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all constitutional diseases have their beg begining begin beginning begning
ning in kidney trouble troubleIf
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by first doctoring your kidneys The m mand mi mand d dand
and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilme KilmeSwampRoot KilmeSwampRoot s sSwampRoot
SwampRoot the great kidney remedy remedysoon i1 i1soon
soon realized It stands the highest for forwonderful forwonderful Its Itswonderful
wonderful cures of the most distressing cai caiand cases casesand caand
and is IssoJd sold on its merits meritsby meritsby meritsby
by all druggists in fiftycent fifty fiftycent fiftycent
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out if have kidney or bladder troub troubMention trouble troubleMention troubMention
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all nlllh111 druggists tiiuggistsBronchitis isl islBronchitis
BronchitisU Bronchitis rone hitis hitisI
U I have kept Ayers Cherry Pec Pectoral Pectoral Pectoral ¬
toral in my house for a great many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years It is the best medicine in inthe inthe inthe
the world for coughs and colds coldsJ
J C Williams Attica N Y YAll YAll YAll
All serious lungtroubles lung lungtroubles lungtroubles
troubles begin with a atickling atickling atickling
tickling in the throat throatYou throatYou throatYou
You can stop this at firstin first firstin firstin
in a single night with withAyers withAyers withAyers
Ayers Cher Cherry Pectoral PectoralUse PectoralUse PectoralUse
Use it also for bronchitis bronchitisconsumption bronchitisconsumption bronchitisconsumption
consumption hard colds coldsand coldsand coldsand
and forcoughs for coughs of all kinds kindsThrtc
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then do u be sal If be tells yon notto not notto notto
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Lone It with lib him We are willing
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stomach a bad digestion a abad abad abad
bad liver Ayers Pills are areliver areliver re reliver
liver pills They cure con constipation constipation COlstipation ¬
stipation biliousness dYsepsia dys dyspepsia dyspepsia ¬
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I once heard a minister who boast boastfrom bouted boutedfrom boastfrom
from his puljilt that he b was ablo ablopreach ablepreach t tprcncb
preach from any nD text In the Bible ol olhand off offhand o oband
hand without thought or other prepration prep prepration pr < pa paraUou
ration and as a test of his taltnt In e eteniporaneous ex extemporoneoull etemporaneous
teniporaneous speaking Sl > e klng he Invited Invl ed h hcongregation his hiscongregation bcongregation
congregation the next Sunday morning mornltto morningto
to band In any texts t Xt8 they would 111 111him like likehim 111him
him to preach from when he woii woiishow would wouldshow woushow
show them what be was able to do dorelates dorclntes dorelates
relates the Chicago Iteeord RecordHerald RecordHeraldorder Herald I Iorder In Inorder
order that he might not be suspected suspectedsurreptitious suspectedsurteptitlous of ofsuneptlUous <
surreptitious preparation the passagi passagiof passngesot
of Scripture were to be written ups upcslips upon uponslips upsslips
slips of paper sealed up In envelop envelopind env envelopand < lopes lopesand
and nd placed upon the pulpit Immediate Immediately
ly before the opening of the service servlcThe serviceThe servicThe
The next Sunday morning the paste pastecame p3storcame pastcame
came bounding ih l pride and confident confidentgleaming conOdencgleaming confidengleaming <
gleaming In his eyes and found a nut nucber nnmber nutber
t1big tl tlbig the thebig
ber of sealed envelopes lying upon
big Bible After Art r the preliminary serIce serice ser servIce
Ice he called attention to them and sal salhe Mid Midhe sa sahe
he would preach from the text con coitalned conmined cotamed
mined In the envelope that lay on tl tltop the thetop tltop
top of the pile The remainder 1 1would he hewoult 1 1would i
would reserve for future Sabbath SabbathTearing SahbathTearing SabbathTearing
Tearing It open he h unfolded n slip slippaper of ofpaper o opaper <
paper and read the words once n ndressed ndressed nd nddressed
dressed to the prophet Balsam Am Amnot Amnot I Inot
not thine ass assThe ossTh assThe
The Th Flemish Fishwife FishwifeShe FluhvrlfeShe FlahnIfrShe
She Is a monstrous big hi creature t tunrestrained an anWlrcstrnhlro t tunrestrained
unrestrained In her physical lh sl < II growth i ishe as asshe mshe
she Is in lu her > r expression of the smallcior smallci sml1Uestor
or the largest emotion that stirs he heTwo her herTwo heTwo
Two of her walking t1lkln hide by side fl flthe OU OUthe 11the
the narrow street str t with a broad c cpause epause 3 3pnu8e
pause of hips which leaves no rooifar rooi rooifor room roomCor
for anything else to squeeze past he heHer her herlIer lieIier
Her back view Iew Is s as imposing nnd ni niunlike not notunlike nunlike
unlike the mighty Flemish horse 1 1motion 1 1motion In Inmotion
motion in front of one Her grct grezbroad grctbroad grcot grcotbrond
broad feet are comfortably bestowed 1 1wooden I Iwooden In Inwoot1en
wooden sabots that make a pleaKin pleasinleisurely pleaKinleisurely plenRlnglelll1Irely
leisurely clatter as she moves majestl majestlally maJestllaUy majestlally
ally along Her massive chest chestcrossed chestcrossed Is Iscrossed
crossed by the knitted shawl she b a aways al always aways
ways wears The strings of her aprohave apro nllronhave nprchave
have never yet succeeded in renehhi renehhiclear renchlngc1enr reachhiclear
clear about her waist Her face < brow broared hrottIred browred <
red lightly wrinkled as quick to tigh tighen tIo1Jten
en with anger as to broaden wit witlaughter wIth wIthlnught witlaughter
laughter < r has never been shaded by byhat b byhat n nhat
hat nor schooled to conceal n thought thouglthat thoughtthnt thoughthat
that moves her Her hands are hug hugstrong hugstrong hugstrong <
strong quick And her tongue tongueThe tongueThe ongueThr
The Wedding reldln Cake CakeThe CakeThe CakeThe
The wedding cake < lke Is a developmei developmeiof
of the three ears of wheat carried bthe b hthe l lthe
the bride In very er olden times ds I s a pn pnsage presage prsage
sage of plenty of the good things thingslife < of ofUte c cUfe
life In time the grain thus former formercarried tormerJcarrle formerlcarried
carried < l was ground nnd mado innsmall inn inlsmall Into IntosmnU
small cakes which were thrown ovt ovtthe oer oerthe ore orethe
the brides head as she entered her fin finhouse fi finhouse t thouse
house A pile of these Hat cakes wu wulaid walaid wus wuslaid
laid one upon another after the mat mainer mnnner matner
ner of shewbread In old Illustrations c cBible cBible ot otBlbJe
Bible times Thus IIl1 by b n natural evolt evolttlon eolution evoltIon
Ion came the present form of one III huge hupround hugeround huground
round cake for whose elaborate nlpe ni nipcarance nilpcrancc
pcarance pe arance and composition lOnlllO itlon we have th thFrench the theFrench tlibench
French to thank thankDo
Do Fluke Heart HeartDid n heartDid ar r rDid
Did any one ever < lr see ee n fishs ears earsDo lnrsDo earsDo
Do tb fishes hues have ears la It has lnen pre preity lretty prety
ty well proved that they hear Scentluts Sc Selentlwt8 Sceath
eath entluts + ts have IU1 made up a list of abou
100 fishes that make sounds Wb Wbshould 11hshould
should they t111 make sounds unless theexpect the theexiKHt thee3IIlCt
expect to be heard The drum drum druuuThe drumThe 11 Ill illS illSThe
The puffer croaks Even the weakfis weakfiscomplains weakiI8eoniplalus
complains with an internal voice when whothe whethe
the cruel fisherman leaves Jt1 It to die dl I Ithe In Inthe ithe
the bottom of the boat Possibly IJo slbly fishyhear fishy flshehear tlsbt8bear
hear through thro h their teeth tlethXew New YoriPress TorPress York YorkPress
Press
Sunflower Seed na n Food FoodThe FoodThe FoodThe
The sunflower crop is one of the hes hespaying bestpnylll hespaying
paying in n Russia A good crop 110 is wortas wort worthas
as it stands in the field 23 an acre acreThe ncreThe acreThe
The seeds settlrare are sold by h the farmer fo foabout for forabout foabout
about 150 a pound then the metchants met metchants merchnntli
chants salt them and retail them fo tor
3 a pound and at every er street cross crossIng CIO crosslug S
lug In In Itusalun provincial cities nn nnstands lUlstnntltJ nvstands
stands nUll peddlers with baskets sellIng sell sdlIng sellIng
Ing to the passersby pU8 ersh the salted prod product produet 101 101uet
uet of the big sunflower er which 1 1eaten Is Iseaten Ieaten
eaten
Wanted the th Whole hole OutfltA Outfit Outfitfrleud
A friend once wrote to Mark Twali Twaliasking Taitasking nln nlnuklnJ
asking his opinion on au a 1 certain matteand matte matteand mutterand
and received no reply lIe waited i ifew n ntew mfew
few days du s and then wrote again 11 l1t In Ills Hiisecond Illssecond 1fisecond
second letter w Wtls s also Ignored Flnall1he Flnallj Flnalljhe
he sent a third note inclosing u 1 slice sliceof shetor sliceif
of paper and n two cent stamp By H re return return return
turn post he received a 1 postcard 01 01which onwhich ofwhich
which was us the following Paper am anistamp amstamp nUll nUllstamp
stamp received Please send envelope envelopeof envelopeLnngnnJe envelopeLanguage
Language of Flo Flower FlowerEdithUo FlowersEdithImo er erEdith
Edith EdithUo Do you ou understand the Inn Ianguagc Innguuge Innuagc
guagc of flowersEthelI flowers flowersEthelI lowersEthelI
EthelI do doEdith tluEdlthTlal doEdithThcviwhat
EdithThcviwhat Edith EdlthTlal Then what docs this bunch ofcure ol olpare of ofrare
pare orchids that Albert 111 + rrt sent me sag sagiffy signlfy slJnlty
iffy nltyEthelThnt nlfyEthel iffyEthelThat
Ethel EthelThnt That n 1 fool and ull1lJis his money moUl artsoon art nresoon
soon partetlJudge partetlJudgeLnprCJudiced parted lartll1J Judge JudgeUnprejudiced tlllgeCnlrtJ
Unprejudiced UnprejudicedBut CnlrtJ udlceel udlceelBut
But Judge you on were asleep ash < I when whenhe whenthe whenhe
he testimony was presented How can caupou cunyou canou
you ou give gl e a decision decislutiEasily decisionEasily tlcclsl01l1ElsiJ
Easily ElsiJ sir easily lusil for no one canlecuso can CUllaccuso cantceuso
lecuso me of having h ing been bl ll prejudiced prejudicedjy
by jy y the arguments of either side sltIeXc sideNewtturk New NewLork < V VYork
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Mrs 118 WltlurhWe Withcrby We must give some somelort somesort someort
sort of affair dear If only onJ to maintain maintainmr
mr I position positionWltheruy lositlonlthlllJ1 ositfon1ClthcrbyI
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ost as much as possible possibleOh ossllale ossllaleOh
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For lands sakeYea1Jalttwore sake sakeYes sakeYc8llalt1wore
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The heal IlealEnnui 31t Meaning MeaningEnnui nluK nluKEnnui
Ennui said the cynical c lilcul codger Is lahe Isthe Isfie
the he polite name for laziness It means meansiolng meansdoIng meansicing
doIng nothing and too tired to stop stopBaltimore stopBaltimore H HI1altlwore
Baltimore Herald
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Child of the sun sunl Pursue thy rapture raptureflight rnpturoulflight raptureflight >
flight flightMingling flightlIJngllng flightMingling
Mingling with her thou loves la the n 11of nof field fieldof <
of delight delightAnd delightAnd delightAnd
And where the flowers of paradise v vfold un unfold tfold
foldQuaff fold foldQuaff foldQuart
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gold goldThere goldThere goldThere
There shall thy th wings rich as an evcnl evcnlsky evcnlnsk even evensky
sky skyExpand sk skExpand skyExpand
Expand and shut with silent ecstasy ecstasyYet ecstuYet ecstasyYet
Yet wert thou once a worm a thing thl g Ui Uicrept that thatCNpt ttcrept
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On the bare earth then wrought a tom toiand tomb tombnnd tomand
and slept sleptAnd sleptAnd sleptAnd
And such Is man soon from this cell cellclay cellclay of ofclay
clay clayTo clayTo clayTo
blaze of day daySamuel dalSamuel daySamuel
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Samuel Rogers In Pittsburg GazetteThe Gazette GazetteThe GazetteThe
The Commonplace ComraoHplmceVho
Who ho e sows + ws ambition In a common breast breaaSows breastSows breatSows
Sows heartache anguish bitterness u urest urest un unres
rest restMen res restMen t t1fen
Men of small measure may not enterta entertaConceptions entertain entertainConceptions enterhConceptions
Conceptions vast save as they dream dreamvain dreamvain In Inaln
vain vainInvoking vainInvoking
Invoking evermore the specter Puln PulnAnd PulnAnd PainAnd
And what so wasted as a life misspent misspentIn
In futile striving puerile discontent discontentIts dlscontcnt1Its
Its eyrie 6n the cloud girt mountain peNone pe peNone ptak ptakNone
None but the eagle may In safety seek seekThug s seekThus k klhus
Thug are the aerial flights of lumbe lumbefame lambentfame lumbefame
fame fameAlone fameAlone fameAlone
Alone for Genius thing of kindred flan flanIs flanIe flame flameIs
Is aspiration evil God forbidYet forbid forbidYet forbidYet
Yet surely surd angels weep oer human life lifeForced liCeForced lifeForced
Forced downward In the rash mistaken znistakstrife mistakenstrife mistakstrife
strife strifeTo strifeTo strifeTo
To grasp high things from lesser mortt mortthid mortala mortalabill mortthid
hid hidOther billOther hidOther
Other to be than that It was created createdBy
By Its own laws of being ever fated fatedTo CatroTo fatedTo
To hug In sorrow hopes unconsummated unconsummatecLavished unconsummatedLalshed unconsummatetLavished
Lavished on lying dreams the little sp spFor span spanFor spFor
For noble deeds allotted Ingrate man manLet manLet manLet
Let us beware the siren when she sing singThe singsThe singThe
The dazzling Shape upborne on shlnliwings shlnli shlnliwings shining shiningwings
wings wingsWe wingsWe wingsWe
We to whose common clay the ear eardamp earth earthdamp eardamp
damp clings clingsWe clingsWe clingsWe
We who were formed to dwell with mea meaer meaner mener
er things thingsAnd thingsAnd thingsAnd
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A gentle quiet tap tapAnd tapAn tapAnd
And An Laziness who lounged within withinThe wJthlnThe withinThe
The cat upon his lap lapStretched lapStretcbed lapStretched
Stretched out his slippers to the fire fireAnd fireAnd re reAnti
And gave a sleepy yawn yawnOh yawnOh 8wn 8wnOh
Oh bother Let him knock again againlie againlIe againlie
lie said but Luck was gone goneLuck goneLuck goneLuck
Luck tapped again agalnmore more faintly etllLpon still stillUpon etl11epon
Upon another door doorWhere doorYhere doorWhere
Where Industry wus hard at work workMending workIendlng workMending
Mending his cottage floor floorThe ttoorThe floorThe
The door was opened wide at once onceCome onceCome onceCome
Come In the worker cried criedAnd crltllAnl1 criedAnd
And Luck was taken by the hand handAnd handAnd handAnd
And fairly Calrl pulled insidelIe inside insidelie InsidelIe
lie still Is there tberca a wondrous guest guestFrom guestFrom guestFrom
From out whose magic handFortune hand handFortune handFortune
Fortune flows fast but Laziness LazinessCan
Can an never understand understandHow umlerstandHow
How Industry found such a friendLuck friend friendLuck friendLuck
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lie sighs and quite forgets the knock knockUpon knockUpon knockUpon
Upon his door that daySt day daySt daySt
St Louis Republic RepublicThe
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The cover of the night comes downAnd down downAnd downAnal
And along the ways of the swarmlntown swarming swarmingtown swarmihtown
town townThe townThe townThe
The crowds at dusk are hastening home homethousand homeA
A thousand lights are strung along alongTh alongTime
Th Time > brawling bra wllnJ bustling thoroughfares thoroughfaresAnd
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Hand organ music and shrilling song songMidnight songJltlnhht songIldnight
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Midnight along slon the city street streetThe stretlhe streetie
The ie glare of lamps and the flash cgems c cgems of ofgenl
gems gemsFair genlFair gemsFair
Fair proud women with trailing hems hemsWealth hemsealtb hemsWealth
Wealth born and gutter born passlntmeet passim passingmeet passimmeet
meet meetaughter meetJauhter meetLaughter
Laughter and roses and dying dln mirth mirthA
A cloak wrapped close round her scent scenled scentro seencd
ed hair hairIn hairIn hairIn
In a darkened doorway mumbling there therbeggar thereA
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Silence along aloll the empty streets streetsNo streetsNo
No = 0 sound no stir the strained ear greetlato greet greetluvo gre t tSao
Sao the trick track of a horses hoofs hoofsJhostly hoofsGhostl hoofs7hostly
Ghostl Jhostly and largo through tho misting tnistinrain mlstlnrain mistingrain
rain rainA rainA
A market wagon and rumbling carts cartsA
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To My IT Native Land Landimperial LondImperial Landmperlal
imperial people full of wealth and power powerV
A V nation chosen from its natal hour hourAhose hourbose hourThose
Those commerce penetiates neUatI8 the farthest farthesseas
seasThose seas seasIVhose s as ashose
Those hose starry emblem floats on everbreeze ever everbreeze every everybre
breeze breezen bre Le LeIn
In n every ecr age may O1a Justice grace thy halls hallsruth hallsruth hallslruth
ruth equity and freedom guard thwalls th thwall thwall
wall wallLo wallfo wallso
Lo o unending time may thou protect anbless an anbless nnJ nnJbless
bless blesshe blessfbe blesshe
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end through revolving centuries ntlll be beJvur beJver beter
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worth worthMaim wortbClaim worthlain
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Put ut down the brute and elevate the man manL manA manbeacon
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And tell me your our trouble troubleIm troubleIm troubleIm
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And perhaps perlin ps I would know knowIf
If your ouI sorrow is weighty weightyOr eightyOr
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Your pardon pal don 1 pray praySobbed praySoLbed praySobbed
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That my m eyes eyesit > it seems strangeNumber strange strangeNumber strangeumber
Number over one hundred hundredAnd hundredAnd hundredAnd
And think If you you ou will willOf willOC willOf
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Of rolling In the dirtiest places placesAnd placCAnd placesAnd
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Copyright o 1902 by C B LewisA Lewis LewisGALLON LewisAGALLO
GALLON jug arrived at the theBowser theUOvser theBowser
A AGALLO Bowser mansion by express expressthe expressthe expressthe
the other afternoon and when whenMr whenMr whenMr
Mr Bowser came down own to tohe todinner todinner
dinner dinnereaylng he explained Its presence by byeaylng bysating
eaylng eaylngI
I got a letter yesterday yestr 1Y saying that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the jug would be sent It Is from Tom TornGoodheart TomGoodheart TomGoodheart
Goodheart an old playmate of mine In Inthe Inthe inthe
the days when 1 lived on n farm It Is Isfull isfun Isfull
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full of elderberry wine You know knowwhat knowwhat
what elderberries are are dont you youYes youYls youYes
Yes replied Mrs Irs Bowser BowserGrow Bow81rGrow BottserGrow
Grow on bushes in the country El Elderberry Elderberry Elderberry ¬
derberry wine Is us harmless harml s as water waterbut wntprbut waterbut
but an awful good goo thing for or the blood bloodTom hloodTom bloodTom
Tom couldnt have sent me anything anythingId m thing thingId
Id appreciate allprlC ate more just at this time timeI
I hadnt heard your our blood < 1 wus out outof outot outof
of order orderXo ortIerXo urderNo
Xo Well theres three or four fourother tourother fourother
other things thln in this world orlt1 you ou havent haventheard haventheard
heard of I am not one to go around I
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AFTEK IHNNEIl THC JUO WAS OPENED OPENEDshouting opfNEDshouthg
shouting slouth about the state of my II1 blood bloodIt
It needs tuning up however and this thiselderbeiiy thiscltlerltlI thlsehleritrry
elderbeiiy cltlerltlI wine will do Itliter it itAfter ItHter
After dinner the jug ju was opened openedand openedand
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and Mr I B Hw Ittvr W T r took a t liberal drink drinkBefore drinkPefurt
Before he z t ettlid down to his hi even evening evening ¬ j jIII
ing III paper lit t tol > oU a second drink til llk and andten andten i iten
ten minutes III lUlks later la hr lie suddenly broke brokeinto lJloleillto brokeinto
into a lutub ltal iiil followed it up with withI
I vriiA WII Just thinking how dear oldToni old oldTom oldfillll
Tom and 1 is il to play Ilia tricks on his hisfathers hisfathers i ifatlllrs
fathers hirll hir 1 man We 1 purrcd softstrip soft softsoap softStl11I
soap into illt h 1 Its s lint one hIt hit III hill hillI ha ItmtI I II
I dont t set t ml uiythng 1I1 thlI very Ir Innshulilc Innshulilcabout lau hllhlc hllhlcabout lutbleabout
about that t observed Mrs h Bmv Rtyser RtyserIt ser serIt I IIt
It wis funny rUIIII It was the th funniest funniestthiiit fUllllilstthili fu11uiestthin
thiiit I ever heard of It was so funny faultythatthat funnythat fllllu 1
that thatthat that And utI he chiiclihd amidl and andlau 11111IlIulwll
l lau IlIulwll le l ami locked to and fro fur two twor I
nt > 11 r three minutit When 11bt l1tll n the spasm spasmhad slla spasmshad m mhall
had pasted and he had wiped the tears tearsfrom tearsfront ars ars111111I
from his eyes 1 ItI he Jot ot up and saidIll said saidIll mitiIll
Ill yo u down and look at that basement base basement hasoDlcllt ¬
ment window I think the catch Is Isloose IsIUII8l IsMrs
loose looseMrs IUII8lIrs
Mrs Irs Bowser knew that he WitS going goingdown guiugdwell olll ollldowlI
down to the sideboard for his third thirdIrlnk lhirlidrink thirdrink
drink of clderurry d wine but she bad badnothing hml1I0thlll hadmiothing
nothing to sa say It was ten minutes be
I MR BOWSER GAVE G n A WHOOP AND XD THE 8TKANGI3U STn am GAVE G VE VEI AYELL A AYELL
I YELL
fore he w reappeared reap + IrllI < and he was hardly hardlyscntnl hardlyStott IIUdl IIUdlItlh
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By 1 Georst eorw OtI but Tom and I upe uscel l to tohave tohave I
have hn c mure fun than a barrel of lob lobhtcrs lobttIS lobstets
stets One time we tied the tails of oftwo oftwo ofttyu
two cows lII together totUIllnha to ha I ha ha Think Thinkof
of It Mrs 1II 11IHrthilll Bowser think of two cow COWSwith cowawith II IIwith
with their tails tied together togetherI ttl ltllIr ltllIrI
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I think it was a very cr stupid thingStupid thing thingStupid thill thillStuphl
Stupid Why Wh it was the th funniest funniestthing fUllulesttbll funniestthing
thing tbll hi all this worlllin world in all this thisworld thisworM thisworld
worldIto world worldHe worMlle
He went off into another tit scared scaredthe S1UIclthe scaredthe
the cat out of the room and Hlinot H llllu t fell felloff felloii tllon
off his chair before lie reco r lctonIII erctl When Whenhe 11benhe 11111I
he had sobered up a bit lie saidDoti said saidDont u itl i iJont
I Dont t look at me that way wa Mrs MrsBouser MrsBuwser IncI
Bouser uwslr If 1 want to joke a11ti ami huuh huuhdont ittlLdont 111110dOllt
I dont try to fneze fi tlZe me It etu d 11 < s ate tutgood lueoOlI ategood
good oOlI to recall those tlJO c merry IIIlra days IS of boy boyhood boyhood 00 00hool1 ¬
hood hoodAre
Are you Oll sure that is I elderberry elderberrywine elllErbettwhH
wine she sheis1 jiVi nhl nhlOf td tdOf l lOf
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i regular elderberry taste tad 1M ncog ncognize IItt IItt11he r cog cognlze ¬
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too much of it If I were you The Theblootl Thestblood Plese Plesehlood
blood remedies sometimes act ratlletqueerly ratheiqneerly rather ratherquelrlr
queerly qneerlyNo
No I shant drink too much Jutrtenough Jusienough Just Justenough
enough to let It act on the blood you yonknow youkuO youknow
know kuO Wonder on el If Tom remembers how howwe howwe Lowwe
we rolled n pig down hill In a barrel barrelSay barrelf barrelSqy
Say f now It was the funniest thing thingyou thingyouyou thingyouyou
you youyou youyouMr you youMr
Mr 11 Bowser laughed andgurgled and gurgled and andshook nndEbook andshook
shook until au tii he had to sit down on the thelounge thelounge the10ungC
lounge Mrs rs Bowser Bow er looked across at athim utblm athim
him without making any au remarks andpresently and andpresently andlrlSlutly
presently he got hold of himself and andsaid andstl andsaid
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saidMaybe Maybe 1be it looks silly 8111 In me but those thoseold thoseol thoseold
old ol recollections rccoll < ltions take hold of my m mind
1 think Ill go down and see if thebasement the tbebasement thebasement
basement door Is locked This is Just Justthe justthc justthe
the time of year when sneak thieves tblevcsget thievesget thievesget
get In their best work workThe workThe workTime
The door is locked of courseBut course courseBut coursellut
But Ill make sure of it itHe Itlie ItHe
He forgot about the door when he hegot hegot hegot
got downstairs In other words he hehad hehatl hehad
had more business with that jug from fromthe Cromtbe fromthe
the country It was business that took tookup tookUI tooktip
up Oftfen minutes of his time and andwhen andWblll andwhelthe
when whelthe he started up the basement stairs stairslie
lie w fell against the wall on either side sideIs sideIs
Is 1 that a new lIe way wn youve got ot ofcoming of ofcoming ofcomiuI
coming upstairs asked osl ed Mrs Bowser BowserI Bowser1I
11 I I think I have vertigo now andthen and andthen andtben
then he replied Its cither vertigo vertigoor
or a lack of circulation of the blood bloodPerhaps blootl11rhap8 bloodLerhaps
Perhaps that elderberry wine will willhelp willhlll willhelp
help it itI ItI itI
I kiow it will I think I ought to totake totake totake
take the jug jll up to our room I may maywant mnywant maywant
want a sip along alou in the night nightShe nightSite nightSite
Site looked nt him In a away way that de decided decided derided ¬
cided him to sit down but scarcelylaid scarcely scarcelyhad
had he done so when he fell to weep weeping weepIng weeplag ¬
ing and exclaimed exclaimedI
I just happened to think Tom had hadi
a i little sister who used to gather elder elderberries eltIerberlies elderberries ¬
berries with us u and the poor thing islead Is Islead IstIeal1
lead leadShe She must have died at least forty fortyfears fortyears tortye1rs
fears ears ago t I observed Mrs Bowser BowserYesh Bowsert8h Bowser1esh
Yesh t8h it was Wlt all of that Poor poor poorSaury poorNalll poor1uuy
Nalll Saury She was just the sweetest and andlove ond10t amidovlortiiest
love ovlortiiest loveliest little girl I ever eeren evereversew ever evertw r rIIW
IIW tw You dont blame > me for crying cryinglo
lo coup coupNot you youNot ou ouX
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While hill you tlU ought to be In your our bed bedYn betlAI bedIre
AI Yn you ou nsuly lIIul to no 0 upstairs upstairsThi
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mil his hi change of mood were a warning warninglint warnlnJlhn
lint t the t hl elderberry wine was taking takinghie taklntlUI takinglne
hie ellect II on the blootl and Mrs Bow Borer Bowser llowstr ¬
ser de rd < to vet lt him him to bed before beforeUs b rore rorehl
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011 in your Ilur system systemhen ssttIIIIlIllI systtwhen
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villain You must apologize You must mustpologizc m mustpologize st stpololzl
pologizc ten times over overCome utrCOlIIl overu11me
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political meetin III leti II tonight and an make er ersixcell erSIIllh erspeech
speech of lilY life Wwheres my 111 hat hatand batmind
and overcoat overcoatPlease OVlflnnllla overcoatIltsc
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be made madeWoman mluleoUlnn made11wnnn
Woman oUlnn dont you ou lie to me meShtnnd meShtand 1
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he started out As he opened the door doora I
a t man who tv mo was about to ring the bell belland I
and ask for a family named Jones Jonesstood JOII Jonesstood < S
in his path Mr 11 Bowser gave a awhoop awhoop I Iwhoop
whoop and tbe thestranger stranger gave a yell yellitiul yelland elt I Itllli
itiul the next lIe t instant they were In anmix a amix alIIix
mix up ou the steps Two minutes minuteslater mluuteslutlr minuteslater
later the inquirer after Jones went out outof outof outof
lower of the gate ate on a gallop and Mrs Bow Bowser ¬ j
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