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CURE THAT SORE THROAT
Sore threat is inSammation of the
mucous membrane of the throat, and
If this membrane happens to be at all
sensitive a predisposition to sore I
throat trill exist.
Pastine Toilet Antiseptic is both a
preventative and a cure for sore ,
throat because it possesses extraor- '
dinary cleansing, healing and germi- '
cidal qualities. Just a little in a glass
of water, used as a gargle, will quick
ly relieve all soreness and strengthen
the mucous membrane of the throat,
and thus overcome all tendency to
Paxtine is far superior to liquid an
tiseptics or peroxide for all toilet and
Paxtine may be obtained at any
drug store, 25 and 50c a box, or sent
postpaid upon receipt of price by The
Paxton Toilet Co.. 3ostoa, JIass.
Send for a free sample.
ror a trainwrecker no punishment :
can be too severe i
Loots' ?inzle Binder, the famou Straight
5c ciffir anneal rale IlJV.0i.,Q.
The difficulty of knowing what not .
to say is knowing when not to say it.
"Did you have fun taking his candy J
awav from the babv?" I
Fun? ily dear boy. It was a
"Boy Scout" Movement Spreads.
The "boy scout" movement has
reached the Malay peninsula, and
Singapore is to have a fine organiza
tion under the patronage of the gov
ernor and chief justice. It is a good
thing in many ways, aside from the
military training, and bids fair to
become one of the permanent and
most popular institutions of the penin
sula. All through the British colonies
"boy scout" organizations are being
Thinnest Man Weds.
The thinnest man in the world was
married recently by Municipal Judge
John R. Newcomer at the city hall.
"I had to look three times to see
him." said the judge.
The man is Arthur Atherton. twenty
four years old Though five feet high,
he weighs only 2s pounds. He mar
ried Blanche Buckley nineteen years
old. Rho weighs 135 pcands. Chicago
Work for Extinction of Tuberculosis.
Exhibitions showing in graphic form
the prevention of consumption have
been shown in every state in the
United States, except Nevada, Arizona.
New Mexico and Wyoming, and also
in most of the Canadian provinces and
in Mexico. Porto Rico and Cuba, ac
cording to a statement made by the
National Association for the Study
and Prevention of Tuberculosis. There
are now 25 states and 16 cities hav
ing permant-nt and traveling exhibits
besides the two operated by the Na
tional association itself, and the total
number of similar displays is over
2C0. including about 150 small school
exhibits The first tuberculosis ex
hibit in America was shown by the
Maryland Tuberculosis commission in
January. 1904. In 1906 there were
four such exhibits
THERE ARE OTHERS.
Caller I -hough
you said y;
co:: Id alk
Yo:;r. M'he" So he can but T'm
the eni one who can understand him.
A Symptom of Stomach Trouble Cor
rected by Good Food.
There is. with some forms of stom
ach trouble, an abnormal craving for
food which is frequently mistaken for ,
a "good appetite " A lady teacher
writes from Carthage. Mo., to ex
plain how with good food she dealt
with this sort of hurtful hunger.
"I have taught school for fifteen 1
years, and up to nine years ago had
good, average health. Xine years ago, '
however, my health began to fail,
and continued to grow worse steadily.
in spite of doctor's prescriptions, am
everything I could do. During all thi
time my appetite continued good, onl;
the more 1 ate the more I wanted tc
eat I was always hungry.
"The first symptoms of my break
down were a distressing nervousnes:
and a loss of flesh. The nervousnesr 1
grew 50 bad that finally it amounted tc
actual prostration. Then came stom- !
ach troubles, which were very painful,
constipation which brought on piles,
dyspepsia and severe nervous head
aches. "The doctors seemed powerless to
help me. said I w-as overworked, and
at last urged me to give up teach
ing, if I wished to save my life.
"But this I could not do. 1 kept on
at it as well as I could, each day grow
ing more wretched, my will-power
alone keeping me up. till at last a
good angel suggested that I try a diet
of Grape-Xuts food, and from that
cay to this I have found it delicious
always appetizing and satisfying.
I owe my restoration to health to
GrapXuTs. My weight has returned .
and for more than two years I have
been free from the nervousness, con
stipation, piles, headaches, and ail the
ailments that used to mmisk n:e EO
and have been able to work freely and '
easily." Xame given 5y Pcstum Co.,
Eattle Creek. Mich.
?--? rVm Ti.Ta Hvklr "Tio X?ra Tr
....i. "it '""t "w, ". ..wau . 1
Weilville," in pkgs. "There's a Reason." 1
r.irr rad tbc akrre iettrr a aw (
se nrtprars from tfatr t time. Ty
arc cpoular, trae
xmd tmU ef 2icur j
Pn, 7tf, SPtT
j-S -y VViASbtM'U S tAl
Salt the steers in the pasture.
Cats are a source of grave danger
Bee-beeping Is a profitable adjunct
to poultry raising.
Fight the weeds of all kinds and
keep bad ones from going to seed.
If you want to kill weeds, cultivate
or hoe tnem when the sun shines not.
, In producing milk you get no profits
until the cost of the feed is covered.
The bear should always receive
some consideration as well as the
An electric power is the most con
venient power for operating a power
Domestication plays a very promi
nent part upon the prolificacy of
Have regular hours for doing the
milking and milk the cows in the
The market garden furnishes a
large amount o: waste oroducts which
may be utilized for poultry feed.
If you buy a homer that nas large
warts on its beak yon mav he ure
that it is more than two years old.
More live stock is an economy in
the production of the worlds food
supply rapidly being torced upon us.
Cream should be kept at a uniform
temperature and that should be as low
as possible as long as it stays on the
Any person who can secure seed of
black or noney locust can readily
grow nis own trees of these
Do not let the little colt follow the
dam while she is at work. If the cam
becomes heated the milk is injurious
to the colt.
aiciiitriuuer uiat rape may he sown
f,nf? ? iD J:Jl-V- s ver fast I
Much depends upon the selection of
r 1 ., . t
7f.f4m fih the relremeilts I
During the warmer months horses 1
doing the ordinary farm work derive
much benefit and comfort, if given
pasture lot at nisrht.
The time is here when thought must
be given to the comfort of the cows
if their owners expect to sleep with no
twinge of conscience.
Do not change the work horse from i
grain to grass too suddenly. In fact,
horses on heavy work every day
should have very little grass.
Milk with clean, dry hands, never al
lowing the hands to ccme in contact
with the miik. Do not allow dogs and
cats to be around at milking time.
An authority says that potatoes
should not be planted in hills It is
much better to plant them in deep
rurrows and keep the ground leveL
The eggs laid by the pullet in the
first vigor of her life and the eggs
laic azter a rest of the hen are the ,
eggs that produce the strongest chick-'
Keep the turkey hens with their
broods away from the old turkeys of
the flock as the latter are sometimes
spiteful to the young and may injure
From early spring until Anust !
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Named your farm yet?
sow a few rows of summer lettuce , fied 'ar1
every two weeks or eo, and thus try 1
to provide a continuous supply of good 1 A I: is expected to be kept
heads. ' for a brood sow should never be bred
before she is eight months old. and it
The cost of a concrete Coor can . -s better to wait until she is ten or
often be saved in the amount of fer-'
tilirer that is kept from
waste. It also makes a
Steers fed en clover hay will not
only consume more roughage, but also
more grain than those fed on timothy
hay if grain and roughage are fed ac
cording to appetite.
There should be placed in every pic
yard and pasture a box with "salt
cnarcoal. air-siaked lime, bone meal 1
and hardwood asbes. so the pigs can '
help themselves at wilL
It has ben found that the seeds of j
many weeds will retain their vitality
iOr niteen tc twenty-nve years, possi-
Diy jonge.-. and not all cf the given
year's seed grows in any one year.
Miik paint, properly rreparec and
about the best and i
cnepest weather coating for wooden
outbuildings and fences that there is
that is. where milk is en hand, of
Most of the laborious work which
falls to the let of farmers' wives and
ne-fiT.ac ?e .V i i
uuuouii. v.4.c 4.u tue lite. 01 proper ,
facilities for providing a plentiful scp-'
piy or rresh water and for remcvinic
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Sheep relish rape greatly.
Give the animals fresh water.
Thumps results if
get too fat.
the young piss'
The harvest season
trying of the year.
is the most
The fields that raise the best crops
are the fields that are well drained.
During the torrid days the comfort
of the fowls must be closely attended
It takes a protracted drought to de
velop any poisonous material in sor-
Through live stock we market our
products at home in the finished
It would be better to give some of
your cows away rha-n to feed them
3t a less.
Keep the eggs is short a time as
pcscsible and at a cool temperature,
40 to 55 degrees.
All the profit of sJaeep husbandry
is bound up in one thing; the keeping
of the fiock in health.
A good aphis is one of the worst
enemies the orchardist has to combat
in the young orchard.
Selling less hay and straw, feeding
more cows on the farm, will help re
duce the fertilizer problem.
Great care should be exercised in
all cases In transplanting evergreens
to avoid drying of the roots.
Tomato seeds are easily preserved,
and if you have extra good ones pick
out the best and save the seeds.
It should be remembered that sows
that are to feed large litters of pigs
should Le well fed and cared for.
The pig that Is intended for a brood
sow should be fed well enough to keep
it ia good condition, but not extra fat.
The skunk is much less active than
the weasel, but it is a very dangerous
intruder when it enters the hen house.
As good insect powder is so cheap
there is no use or excuse for allowing
old -fowls to remain covered with ver-
If you want late celery for winter,
it should be planted any time from
the first of July to the middle of
String beans should be drilled in
double rows six inches apart with just
enough space between to allow for
Buttermilk is one of the best known
feeds for pigs, used in moderation
and properly mixed with grain or oth
The foremost method of cultivating
alfalfa is wi-Ji the disk harrow, one of
the most excellent farm implements
If the skin of the horse
clean he will sweat more
which is necessary to keep him in
Too much water is as bad as too
I little, because the surplus fills up the
1 interstices in the soil, excludes the
air and smothers the plant.
For the large tomato worm which
was more numerous than usual last
year, the best method is to pick them
off by hand and destroy them.
Xever feed meat scraps that were
made of rotten meat. Good, pure
feed is the only thing that ever ought
to be fed to a fowl of any kind.
It costs money to have things go
wrong on the farm or anywhere else,
but it is almost inevitable that some
thing will go wrong once in a while.
Before and after the sow farrows,
she should be fed very light or the
pigs will not be able to take all the
milk, or if they do, they will become
Don't fcrget to thoroughly overhaul
the binder before harvest; this is
cheaper than to be overhauled by a
hailstorm because you let the harvest
Small-fnilt growing and truck farm
ing does not mix well with general
farming; but an apple orchard is a
profitable appendage to any diversi-
eleven months old.
It is just as cheap to make a pound
of good butter as It is to make a
pound of poor butter and when It
comes to selling it, the prices are very
A few trees in the pasture add
greatly to the comfort of the sheep
these days. If you can't have them,
set np a few posts and cover a bit
of ground over for a shed.
A family cf barn owls will number
from three to seven birds, and the
mother owl will capturs as many rats
ad mice in a single night as half a
dozen cats. Owls are always hungry.
All we can do towards the moult is
to feed well. Keep the birds in the
best condition to stand the strain. Do
not try st-iia:; or over-ieecmsr. or
extreme changes in feeding all'tatal
The amount cf butter-fat and in
many instances the amount cf milk ,
p.roduced by a cow are dependent up- '
on inherited capacity. This is not ,
with the idea of discoarasins anv i
r -.fr jjrwgiaaie umrymsxx ior there
are ways in which the yield cf mils
can be increased or influenced bv c-r
. , " "
Finding of the Book
of the Law
Saaiay ScWjI Le far Ja!y 3t, 1911
Speda2y Arraarei isz This Paser
I.ESSOX TEXT II Chronicles 54 .14-.
MEMORT VERSE ZL
GOLDEN TEXT "Thy word have I hid
In mine heart, that I slight not sin
against thee." Psa. 113.11.
TIME B. C. CI, In the ISth jvar cl
Jcslah's reign, when he was 26 years old.
Stnse IV of the last lessen.
PLACE The Temple and Palace at
FERSOXS-Josiah the kin?. HuTdah
the prophetess. Hilklah the hSjrh priest.
Shaphan the scribe or secretary.
"With hundreds of millions cf Bibles
In existence and several millions more
printed every year, it Is somewhat dif
ficult for us to imaaine how knowlcdae
of the written Bible, and of the exact
tenor ot its tcuemgs coma be lost.
Some facts will help us to understand.
There were at that time very few
copies of the sacred books m exist-
ence. They were very expensive. It
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Kept in the temple, while tne copy
wir.ch (according to the law) was
made for the use of the king, would
most certainly have perished unuer
such kings as JIanasseh and
Very few of the people could read the
! law even if it had been within their
reach. A irodem illustration is the
case of Eurore before the reformation,
where even in the monasteries the Bi
ble was almost an unknown book. Lu-
, Liier -ui e. jears oiu o:ore ne
ever saw a copy.
It is plain that the finding of this
book "was not the discovery of some-
I thing unknown before, but the rescu-
inc of the temple copy of the law from
1 the hidinc place in which it had long
Iain." It must have been the ancient
copy of the law. and net a b?ok writ
ten, as some critics think, by unknown
persons in the reign c: Manasseh.
nc rer seen or used azicng the Jews
before. That an unknown book with
nc authorit' b?ni
ice' :: roduce
the effect cr. Jcs: . and hir people.
which tnl5 Look of the law r- duced.
bor.Ierr rz. tbe anri:J Merer v-r many
of thr laws must have rc-en familiar to
Josiab for they had been acted upon
by h.s ancestors in every reform, and
by himself in the reforms he began six
years before, in the twelfth year of his
reicn. It would have been impossible
to impose upon the people, and make
them believe that a new beck, never
before heard of. was the law of their
kincdom from God.
1 When they brought out from the old
cbests in the temple the money con
tributed for repair?, which had been
' deposited in the sa'en hiding place.
j Hilkiah the rriest. who had charge of
the money, in searching the chest
found at thr bottom a hso's of the law
of the Lord, the law given by Moses.
Kilkiah delivered the beck to Shap-
han. King Josiahs secretary cf state.
as the fitting person to show it to the
king. When ShaDhan rr-pcrted the
. contributions and the work on the tem-
1 pie. he brought th book with him. told 1
how it had been found, and read It to
The king heard the book read, and
he assembled the eiders and priests.
i and the Levites. They made a public
' covenant and pledge. The king him
self first ma !e a public covenant be
fore the Lord, to walk after the Lord.
and to keep his commandments, with
all his heart.
This was very similar to the great
me?ting under Joshua on the slopes of
Mount Ebal and Gerizim eight centu-
ries before, on taking possession of
the Promised Land. The same motives
wer presented, and the same cove
And the king might well
have said to the peopie as Joshua did:
"Ye are witnesses against yourselves
that ye have chosen yon the Lord, to
serve him." And they said, "We are
The covenant was made under the
power of the strongest and best mo
tives that could be brought to bear
::non them, when their minds were up
lifted into clearest virion, above the ,
smoke and clouds of earth. That was
the right time to make a decision. God
has given us feelings en purpose to
move us to decide aright.
Josiah restored the regular temple
services under the priests and Le
vites; and he celebrated a passover,
such as had not been celebrated from
the days of the judges that judged Is
rael, nor in all the days of the kings
of Israel, nor of the kings of Judah.
From all parts of the land the rople
flocked up to the renovated temple and
joined with every demonstration of
gladness in the eight days" festivity
prepared for, them. Thirty thousand
males of full age attended. During all
these days the services of the temple
chcir were brought into requlistion
the singers of the famous clan of
Asaph chanting, in relays, the psalms
fcr the season, appointed centuries be
fore by David. Asaph and Jeduthun.
The Bible may be lost today by neg
lecting it neglecting to read it da!iy.
Xeglecting family reading and prayers.
Xeglecting to read its stories to little
children. By disobeying it. Disohey-'
ing its precepts dulls the conscience,
and the whole moral nature, so that it j
may be said, "Eyes have they, but
they see not. ears have they but they j
By being so absorbed In worldly
things that while he heareth the word
with his ears, "the care of this world.
and the deceitfulness of riches, choke j
the word, and he becometh unfrult
fuL" By keeping the Word far from
daily life, so that all Its blessed truths !
are admired, but not geared on to right 1
action. They are to be hearers "as a
very lovely song of one that hath a
pleasant voice and can play well on an .
Instrument: fcr they hear thy words, '
but they do them not." j
By making the Bible unattractive. I
're heard a number of ministers read
the Bible so poorly that peopie were i
not interested in it. listened careless
ly, and liked it less than if it had been
unread. Then the printing of the Re
vised Version is sn solid as to be un
attractive and diScuIt to use. By les
sening its authority. It makes a vast
difference in the power of the Bible,
whether it Is received as only the
thoughts of men. cr as a message from
God. By neglecting all the light that
is shining upen it from many sources.
Grains Are Heading Out
Rapidly and Harvest Is
Now Approaching With
a Great Demand for
Last week It was pointed out in
these columns that there would be a
yield of about 20O.0C0.000 bushels of
wheat throughout Western Canada, an
increase of about 100.000,000 over the
previous year, and that the demand
for farm hpln tt?; rprr jrrpnr fnn-
J firamiQa of news s t0 band aj,d
. the sm ,s for moe he, The .
Canadian authorities are hopeful that I
tfae frieads Qf 4QO000 m . ,
who have to Can,da
' Anririg. the lacr f , nTT,0 rn ,
. - -- - .-- .w ..... w.w .
as able-bodied men as they pos-
, gIM can tQ advant o
,ow me which bei Qffered frKa
,ntc ,. r,M,,, jin-.-r.
UUU 4't4. fc.AULUO.4S JL &A1V,1A UU UtT UUU
from any of the following Agents of 1
the Canadian Government: M. V. ile- J
, Innes. 16 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit.
1 Mich.; C. A. Laurier, Marquette. ,
i Mich.; J. S. Crawford, Syracuse. X.
: Y.; Thos. Ketherington, Room 202, 73 '
. Tremont Sareet. Boston. 3Iass.; H. M.
I niiams. 413 Gardner BIdg.. Toledo,
Ohio; G20. Aird. 216 Traction-Termin-
i al BIdg.. Indianapolis, Indiana: C. J.
Broughton, Room 412, II. L. T. BIdg.,
' Chicago. III.; Geo. A. Hall. 2nd Floor,
t 125 Second Street, ililwaukee, Wis:
E. T. Holmes, 315 Jackson Street. St.
Paul. Minn.; Chas. Pilling, Clifford
Block, Grand Forks, X. D.; J. B. Car-
bonneau. Jr., 217 Main Street, Bidde-,
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107, Watertown, S. D.; TV. V. Bennett.
I Room 4, Bee BIdg., Omaha. Xeb.;
W. H. Rogers. 125 West 9:h Street.
, Kansas City, 3Io.: Benj. Da vies. Room
; 6. Dunn Block, Great Falls, Montana;
j. x. Grieve. Auditorium Building.
! Spokane, Wash. '
Every facility will be afforded men j
of the right stamp to secure advantage '
of these low rates. To thos1 who pro-
pose to go, it may be said that they
will have this splendid opportunity of
securing first hand information as to
the excellent producing character of
the lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan
and Alberta. They will have the op
portunity of seeing some of the great-
est wheat fields In the world and prob- I 1
ably the largest yield of wheat, cats Seventy-One ears in a Shce Store. 1
and barley that has ever been grown , Charles H. Wilson cf Troy. X. Y.,
on the Continent. And all this on occupies the unique position of having
land some of which cost the settler Deen in business in one building for 71
only the $10.00 necessary tc enter for ; rears; at least he will have completed
his homestead, or. if he purchased. . 71 years in the shoe business at 242
in some cases, costing him from S7.00 1 244 River street August 12 next. This
to $10.00 rer acre, but which is now ' reCord, it is believed, can be equaled
worth from $15.00 to 520.00 per acre-; by few if any shoe retailers in this
Even at these prices the land is re- country. Mr.Wilson has also been in
markably cheap as will be realized
when the statement is made that from
' 20 to 25 bushels per acre and over
of wheat are grown, netting the farm-
er from SS.00 to $10.00 per acre: and
this on land that he got fcr nothing
cr paid merely a nominal price. In j
fact the production shows that J1S.00
to $20.00 per acre would be a nominal '
price for land that would produce as
these lands produce.
Rifie for Under Water Action.
When he is working in water infest
ed by sharks and other sea monsters
at present to rely for his safety on the
1 use of the knife, or. failing that, on a
quick return to the surface. Xow
conies the invention of Captain Grobl.
a uerman curing Instructor, v. no nas
constructed a rifle which can be fired
under water, and is designed for the
better arming of the diver. The most
remarkable thing about this is that It
fires, not bullets, but water, which is
propelled with such force that it has
an extraordinary power of penetration.
Indeed, he inventor himself has
pierced armor plate of medium thick
ness with the water jet from his
weapon. The rifle has a stout barrel
and is loaded 'Kith a cartridge cased
in india rubber.
The Quaker Scored.
An old Quaker wen; Into a book
seller's shop, and an impertinent shop
man, wishing to have some sport at
his expense, said to him:
"You are from the country, are you
"Yes." ropiied the Quaker.
men nere :s jusw tse tning icr
you." responded the man. holding oat
"It is an
'Essay on Rearing
"Friend." said the Quaker, "thee had
better present that to thy mother."
The Retort Courteous.
Varwor Vm. nma rinrti -.
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so much for your services.
Prima Donna And you managers I
want our services for a song. t
As a Tonic
You will find Hos
trustworthy. It is
backed b- a 58 years'
record in cases of
ness, Cramps, Diar
rhoea, Malaria, Fever
TRY A BOTTLE TODAY
The genuine has osr Private
Stamp over ceck of bottle. Refsse
mk teYvGMHttttaineasB&I U
pRa Corae Mlovr the arrow tD yom jem anflKk. I
(m the merrftaraegoc palate fiemctlnem HfB I
2 and TroGca who hare quk seeking for JIHiaaKm
Bfll the cae best beverage becatae tacjw VEiKJsi S
M RealsatfiractioaiaeTerjrgftJi jnipaadaprkle rint M Ijl
L acd go. Quenches the taint cooia like a breoe. m M
I 'Sf'aW th coc-coLa ca r HI
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Aicat CccCcU- fcaMaF l Coca-Cola DI
Wiiir A T::';W Dm. tmce
HOW iT HAPPENED.
Tom Was It case of love at first
Harry Xc first calL She was a
telephone girl, and he was taken with.
1 rri 7rtrtt vVati Vi 4$e ifln' I
Lusiness for himself :
for more than 50
years. Mr. Wilson Is today just as
much in active business as he was al
most three-quarters of a century ago.
a hen as a thirteen-year-old lad he en
tered the employ of John Leonard
Williams of Troy. To be exact, that
was August 12. 1S40. Mr. Williams
kept a shce store at 242-244 River
; street in a building which had been
1 now occupied by 3Ir. Wilson for his I
! erected in IS03, and so the building
j retail shoe business is one of the old
est buildings in Troy.
' "I never do have any such luck as
I the orher bcs!" complained young
"Why. I am surprised!" answered
: ms mother, "iou nave roller sKates
ah bta. 1
a bicycle, a football suit, and a ticket 1
to the gymnasium. Some boys would
think themselves very lacky if they
had those thincs." '
"Yes. but Willie Swaddling's house
burned down, and he helped to save
things! Tom Anderson's home was
rebbed. and he heard the burglar!
And Jack Turner is sick, and the
neighbors are carrying ice cream and
stuff to him."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA. a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Signature of LAirzji
In Use For Over 30 Years. I
, Children Crv for Fletcher Castorm
Would Need It.
j "Gracious wha
is ail that crape
"I had a chance to get it at a bar-
gain. and. you know, my husband goes ,
in for eying!"
Step the Pain.
Tne art or a burs or a rut store w.ien
Colo's CartoUsalve is applied. I: l.rals
i jui.ky .ncl prevents scars. 2ec ar. -
1 drucc;T. Tor free
I t waa effifiTA ti' r.
Cole & Co.. Black River Falls. VTia.
"Wfcat do you think of my 'bat.
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"Good heavens! What size was it
before they began to reduce itl"
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in tne Offce.
"I am afraid to hear that report.'
"It is likely to
mean seme firing ,
It is a severe test of a man's Chris
tianity to have the miuister call on
him during business hours.
I airs. TObsIow's Soctiiar Sjmp for Children
teeihiap. softens lie srs.'SA. reduces icllanaa-
tion, allaj-B pa:n,csrei vi&d colic. 2c a bottle.
The worst thing about the silver-
j lining theory is that you have to tum
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j llany who used to Eoke
j buy .Lewis SincJe Binder
There isn't much hope for the fel
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it Bt booeht Faakkas Slartk
NOT A "FULL-LENGTH" PAPA
Child Wanted Original cf Portrait That
Had Been Made So Familiar
An amusing incident is related of
a young service matron who had re
linquished her husband for two years
and who. having before his departure
insisted on a good photograph, applied
herself assiduously to the unb ringing
of her two-year-old baby with a view
to the child's familiarity with her dis
tinguished father. Each day she would
call the baby girl to her asd. knecliug
beside her, would hold up the photo
graph, pointing out each feature to
One day the officer came home, and
the baby girl, then four years old,
was summoned. "Come, dear, said
the mother in glee, "papa has come
home at last!" The child surveyed
the cQcer in perplexity and finally
shook her head.
"What is the matter, dear?" asked
her mother. "Well," replied the child,
"he looks something like my papa, but
my papa hasn't any legs!"
"Bobby, didn't you hear mamma
tellin" us to come in out o the rain?"
"Yep, but I'm not goin to do it till
I'm so wet that she can't lay me
across her lap 'thout spcllin' her
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The census would be much larger
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lives could be found out.
50,000 Men Wanted
ii Wtsttin Cauda
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Marvcsi Ne!p hi firca! Dt mid
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W. N. U, OMAHA, NO. 30-1911.
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