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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 August 1907

Times-Register and Sentinel ' I'UKMMIKD BVEKV THURSDAY. . \Js It Your\ J Own Hair ? H Ull II ? M ?IIIHl SDo you pin your hat to your I own hair? Can't do it?I Haven't enough hair? It must 9 he you do not know Ayer'sH Hair Vigor! Here's an intro-| duction ! May the acquaint-B ur.ee result in a heavy growth || of rich, thick, glossy hairll Use til is splendid hair-food, g stop your falling hair, and get! rid of your dandruff. I \i. no np?i mca 01 a xorumomai ? "Sold lor over sixty years." a Llado By J. O Ayr Co . liOweU, Liaas. yfl A.?o sunuUctunri of ^ SARSAPARILLA. iJLyers ?^Kcmu.. CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR 8HBKIPP. 1 hereby huiioudrp myself a csndiaie for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Roanoke county, which of'foe the voters of thin county have .lonored rae with for the past sixteen years?and I have uniformly exerted myself at all times during these years to perform the duties of the office honestly aud impartially, and if tlie people of the county seo proper to again...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 August 1907

f> W. CT T U COLUMN ??rri4'l;KH KAI.EM WiC.T. I'. -President.?Mrs. Mltuuti llobbs Day. Vice-l'resldeiits.?M>-s L. M. Lee. Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mrs. Julia .""trolujcker, Mrs. K. K Moore, Mrs. VV. II. ItolilnMii. Kecordlnit Secretary.? Mis# Mary Strickland. Corresponding Secretary.- Mrs. \V. II. Whiteecarver. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. li. Dillard. KtiprritilcMdcrita of Depart inciita. Kvanretistu and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Ohcnchain. Klor?-nco Crittenton Home.? Mrs. K. It. U.w,-.. Medal Contests.?Mrs. l,ucyOr*vely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. w. u. V.'bltescarver. Work anion* Soldiers amlSatlors?Mm. (?. K. Moyer. Soela" Meeting** uii'l Ited Letter Day.?Miss Maiiiciv Whltewll. Huntlny School.- Mi s. J. T. I'enn. Literature?Mrs. K. S. Campbell. {The Times-KE'Ustkr and Sentinel. at their re<m?Ht has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest anil faithful tvomeu of the W. ?' T. Union who will have entire charts of it, and he responsible for all niattertberetn I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 August 1907

The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so dccep11| 1 II |UjLAV\ tive. Matty sudden deaths are caused cuse< pneumonia, lllkSflL ItYl i?\, heart failure or IreilAW ' " a''?',^CX-V afC ?fU" I \ f^l ,IC-V disease. If ^r^vMIKt \S l^! kidney trouble is ~ M > allowedtoadvaiicc JLl^ r~" tliekiduey-]K>isoned blood will at lack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained nuickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. I f you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilyier's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it. and overconies that unpleasant necessity of being comjielled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 August 1907

_8 FARMERS INSTITUTE f*arge Attendance Kxpected- ' Trip tu .InnicHtowu lispoHl- 1 tiou Among the !<>? tnrrH. The fourth annual meeting of the Virginia Stale Farmers' Institute will be hold in lioauoke, beginuing Tuesday, August 13, aud will remain iu session two days. The atteudauco last year was over 1 ,'200, but this year at least 2,000 of the most prominent farmers in Virginia are expected to attend. The executive committee will welcome the assistance of every member of the Institute and every friend of agriculture in using their best influence to make the present convention the most successful and representative gathering of farmers that, has ever been held in the South. As a special favor to the progressive farmers of Roanoke county who desire to ntleud, we publish beiow the program iu full: i MOHtiINO SKSSION. 9 (Ml?Call to ori'.ir t>y tin* pr. sMeiif. J. Tyl?*r. Ka-t Itrtdhmf. !tnvocatiou, Dr. W. H. ulilton. Roanoke. Addreeof welcome by Hon. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 August 1907

duly k fkf left of those fine *f f. aja <^ ^ | hbhb ?ssk&?v??, B,:^to'I etn mmts* Mtm&lev ?s ROYAl PATENT FRUIT JARS -WWTT>? - V>f fl I flTUiliP Examine them before you boy. . V-- fll 111 I I Nj IV They ooiue In plot*, quart* and half ^ " VI Keno"otblir7the,UOnC?mI,dyOUWm ^^7 jF ' W Just came iu, and price* are riKht JohisloB, Dav & Terry Go. CSa"30lit",l"i' s0? ItX'V ||,iCl/ Q,Wmb?l8'ms * ** nj?i?rj &. ' v Agents for Koyal Worceeter Corsets PHONE 34. ? ' a?d Holeproof Hose. VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1907. NUMBER II I ? i i i i i , A TRIP TO HEAVEN. Author Wanted to Tell the President About It. ! W?vsUlnnton Herald.) Employe* at the White House are trailed on nearly every day in the year /)AA1 f A **ni?A MM w vtiwii ouiiio idiiuvii; ur i|ucvr person with a hobby, and one of the 6trangest of them all was a recent literary caller who wanted the Chief Executive of the United States to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 August 1907

2 ATTENTION NOT 1 ADMIRATION. "Why is it that a womon always thinks when a man turns to look at her the second time he is doing so iu admiration?" This question was asked by a man as he stood in the otlico of a hotel in this city. A woman hud passed him, and ho hud turned to stare at her. Immediately she showed that she was conscious of this fact and complimented by it. She didn't know that ho was staring at her because of curiosity and disapproval. The mau's remarks had come iuvoluntarily, for ho could not but see that the woman felt flattered by the attention she had attracted. >r. Then tho man went on to say: "Just look at that woman. Everything about her, both in dress and manner, is affected. She does uot realize that to be rightly effective a woman must never be affected. Most men couldn't be hired to bo seen in public with her because they object to going about with women who are merely conspicuous. All men have had disagreeable experiences iu thiH respect. I woli ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 August 1907

W. C. T U. COLUMN OFriCKKH NAI.r.M W. V. T. V. Froaldent.?Mrs. MLtnali Hobbs Day. Vioe-Prealdonta.?Mrs. L. M. I^eo, Mrs. A. N. Urown, Mrs. .Julia Strohecker, Mrs. E. l< Mtvjru, Mrs. W. H. Koblnsou. Uecordlng Secretary.?Miss Mary Strlcklaiul. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. 11. White Huarver. Treasurer.?Mr*, w, n. Dlllard. tutrrlBtradratM or Otpnrluirnl*. KvanWellsut aud Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obcnchaln. Floronoe Crlttenton Home.? Mrs. K. It. Moore. Modal Contests. ?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. u. Whltesearver. Work tunoior Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. U. F. Moyor. Social Meetings aud Ked Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wliitescll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penu. Literature--Mrs. F. S. Campbell. [Tub Timks-Kkoistbr and Hkntinbl, at their request, has placed a column at the dispone! of the earnest aud faithful women of the W. O. T. Union who will have entire Chary;* of it, and be responsible for all matter therein It promises to be an interceting feature of tbe p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 August 1907

\ PUUL1SHKD KVKKY TUCKS Salem Printing and ? C. D. DBNI W. W. McCLUNU. I Subseripti Out) Yenr | t Nine Month* Six Month* Three Months . . . ; . PHONI DEMOCRATIC TICKET ELECTION. NOVEMBER 5, 1907. Nominees for lMstriet and County Officers. For the Senate: JOHN M. HART, of Roanoke. For House of Delegates: HON. A. M. BOWMAN, of Salem. For County Treasurer: OEORG E M. MUSE. For Sheriff: C. L. HATCHE R. For Commonwealth's Attorney: R W. K I M E. AS TO THE LAW?AGAIN. Commenting on an editorial reference in this paper Ia6t week to the decision of Judge Grinnan, of Richmond, declaring unconstitutional the law conferring upon clerks of court the authority to probate wills, &c., the esteemed Norfolk Landmark has the following to say: "It seems to us that there is a strong indirect argument for the I j vncuo ojovuui \jl iauu iCglOtrailUU in the editorial reprinted elsewhere today from the Salem Times-ltegister and Sentinel. That editorial refers to a decision of Jiulge Griunan, of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 August 1907

Times-Register and Sentinel PHUMPIlEb EVERY THURSDAY r rvjuzxzssissm; MB '.M-attfflOEMEOHB . My Hair is \Scraggly\ ?m JWOiU TWIII?rvtfWWWWKttMMqM ? Do you like it? Then why ,1 be contented with it? I;Iavc| I to be? Oh, no! Just put on ? i Avar's Hnii* Vionr nnrl hoi'p I Blonds thick hair; soft, even! r hair. But first of ail, stop! kj your Irair from coming our.1 ii Save \vliq| you have. Ayer'sl ij Hair Vigor will not disappoint |1 you. It feeds the hair-bulbs; fl makes weak hair strong. H Tbo bost kind c-f a testimonial ? || ** Sold lor over tixty yefcri." 'j A Also muiiibmurtri of Q / ! > SARSAPABtLLA. \/\ifers aa PEciotAi, CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF. I hereby Hunouuee myeelf a c&ndi ale for re-election to the oflice of Sheriff of Roanoke county, which office the voter* of this county have honored me witli for the pant sixteen | years?and I have uniformly exerted myself at all timer during these years to perform the duties of the office honestly ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 August 1907

& r THE LITTLE [ TRUNDLE BED. Some Southern newspapers i' have fallen into a reminiscent n <1 iu/*iii.'oion <\F f Vio f rn n<l la Knil o I .. va ov. unnivii \i i uuu Vi uiiui^7 vn;u , u ; \ domestic institution hardly I known in these days, except, j perhaps, among the few old- ? fashioned and fairly well-to-do < people in remote rnouutain >-ec- I tions. Probably tho lines in a ' famous war poem of 18?i 1 which ] appealed most directly to the i hearts of many thousand people ! were: I As tie think* of the two in tlie low ' trundle lied Far a way ill the cot on the uiouutain. Trundle beds were in cottages and cabins and mansions thou. Few dwellings could supply separate rooms and beds for each child and mothers and fathers did not wish to have the ' sleeping children as far away as possible. ' la these days, the doctors, ' some of tnem themselves ' brougnt up in trundle beds 1 many years ago, would content- 1 plate th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 August 1907

J DO YOU GET UP WITH A TAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reails the newspapers is sure to know of the wonderful n ,, ? . cures made by I)r. ' i^T3 III Kilmer's Swampfi 1 vV ' IU Root the ??re!it Lii! SV,^? r-* } I li ney, liver and bladIj } ,r <lcr remedy. > I' i( >/ i It is the great nicdv CI I f ieal triumph of the )jf | ^ _____ nineteenth century; .< |f~* ^ discovered after years I jf*~ Cv^xQ of scientific research II. ic,". by Dr. Kilmer, the ' eminent kidney and bladder sjiecialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and Itriglit's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended for everything but if vou have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will lie found just the remedy you need. It has l>eeri tested in so many ways, in hospital work aid in private practice, and has proved so succ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 August 1907

8 ' MATCHMAKING. II ^ KH.VSK H. KWKKT. Kuscousod behind his flower 'boxes on tlio verauiln, Tom Krrett could look into the neighboring garden and watch her; for who. too, sought the cool and swootness of her garden. On Tuesday evening she espied him. What man could resist that smile? There was a tilent, perhaps unconscious, invitation in it that brought Tom to his feet and to the wall. -- V?<> VI r m iiiv tv V'UVV ii VUQ last train. Then his eyes fell upon her. "Answer, sir?'' "No?yes?wait a moment." His eyes still sought hers. "Can I help you?" she asked sweetly. "Will you?" ho flashed eagerly." May I jjjo to church with you tomorrow?" The coiners of her mouth drew together in a wise little smile, for Tom had not impressed her as being a churchman. "Yes, but it's early mass." Tom did not ilinch' Thanks," he said quietly, and, scribbling a few words, he handed them to the man: To Mrs. Herndou Roberts, Holly House, Columbia Heights, N. J : Another engagement. Im...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 August 1907

mr * OHLY A FEW LEFT OF THOSE FINE ^0^ ^ ^ ' /ALA ^ ^ HiSg ?????5 ?????!. co?^ms ?&ileitt mtmm Mmtmtt mm ROYAL PATENT FRUIT JARS ^ -?a *3 TT>-z HI HTUlilfl Rxniuiue tlieui before you buy. If I IB | H I N |^| They come In pint*, quarts and half qi^ / y^f 5^:'??l::,", o"c"""ou"" ?t- t If t .n.i_ 4I * JolrtuJajlTemCl). onsoI,b.,l-b J'f'tY JL i?, ms . . Hi, Day i Tin) [|. Aleuts for itoyn! Worcester Corsets PHONE 24. and Holeproof Hose. VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1907. ~ NUMBER 12 . I INTERESTING ! STATISTICS.; Virginia Crop Report* tor 1?0?, ( :iH Show 11 by tlie (iovermueut I KxpertK-$:),OOOtOOO tn l*o- ^ tatoes. } * ~ Walter Bdward Harris in Uluhmonil Times- i Dispatch. Washington, I). C., August 10.? According to advance figures given c out by the Agricultural Department, ' Virginia had 1,859,610 acres of v ground in corn in the season of 190G. ' This showed a yield of 45,188,523 1 hnoiw.la nf -- I VUV..VIV vi OilVUVU V/Ul II, *il&amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 August 1907

> AN EDUCATIONAL AGITATION. The Lynchburg News voices our own sentiments thoroughly in declaring that "whiledeploring tho present complications between railways and duly constituted Stato authorities, it is nevertheless disposed to regard them as in some respects fraught wun uio poKsiouioy oi highly desirable consequences. From North Carolina. Virginia, Alabama and a few Western and Northern Commonwealths, the doinand is going ut> that the O t ^ i lit.!- aL ovtoidij^uij ui oiaiw wiuiiu Hit? province of their own boundaries and with reference to matters over which they have ceded no jurisdiction to the Federal government shall be insisteutly maintained. Way down at the root of all this turmoil, litigation, crossfencing and temporarily patched-ui> tru-.-es, resides the one gioat overwhelming question as to whether the States are supreme in their constitut'onally defined radius of goveinmont, or whether the time has come for them to sui render their fun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 August 1907

W. C. T.U. COLUMN ArriCKKH NALKll W. C. T. V. J'r?Md?ufMrs. Mimali IIoblM Day. Vtot>-Pr?ililt>iitii.-Mw. Ij. M. Lee, Mrs. A. N. Brown. Mrs. Julia Utrobrcker, Mrs. K. U. Moore, Mrs. W. H. Koblusou. Eiisulrilintp Aflarv StrloVlanil tA>rrr>??p<>n<litnc secretary. ? Mrs. W. II. Whlte??rr?r. I Treasurer.?Mr*, w. H. DiUard. haprrliilrndraU or DopnrtoieotN. KvauKtUUin and Almshouse.? Mrs. C. E. Oboochalu. Florence Critteuton Homo. ? Mrs. B. It. Moo rv. Modal Contents. ? Mr*. I.uey Oravely Stevens. Mower MisKiou.?Mrs. W. II. Wtiltescarver. Wort atiionu Soldiers and Sailors--Mrs. U. F. Moyer. tioels! Mooting* and Hed t .otter Day.?Miss MattK''* Whltesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. PWM. Literature?Mr*. F. if. Campbell. | I KK I IMKt-KK?ISTBR AND MRNTINEt, At tbeir requm, bu placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. <1 T. Union who will have entire chant* of it, and be resp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 August 1907

? f 4 J?alc!u $iittcs-|k(j Pl'UMSHKD KVBKY TI1ITKS Salem Printing and C. I>. I?KN 1 W. W. McCLUNU. ] Subscripti One Year .... . Mouth* Six Mouth* ...... Three Months phon; DEMOCRATIC TICKET ELECTION. NOVEMBER 5. 1907. Nominees for District and County Oflieers. For the Senate: JOHN M. HART, of Roanoke. For House of Delegates: HON. A. M. BOWMAN, of Salem. For County Treasurer: GEO ROE M. MUSE. For Sheriff: C. L. HATCH E R. For Commonwealth's Attorney: R. W. KIM E. Wall Street has had another sick spell during the past few days, and many of the stocks reached the lowest level of the year. Never touched us, we are thankful to say. In an uddress before the Farmers' Institute ut Roanoke on Tuesday, Hon. Terence V. Powderly, Chief of the Bureau of Immigration, threw a much appreciated verbal bouqpct to this State when he declared: 'With your splendid climate and natural productiveness, you want the very best class of immigration, and Virginia will get the best.'* Nicely said, Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 August 1907

Times-Register and Sentinel | PPRLIPHSD EVERY THURSDAY. ! When "the . Hair Falls " -e. v *s??? j ??mmm??? 1 o ft Then it's time to act! No time w p (o study, to read, to experiCmcnt! You want to save your fc 1} hair, and save It quickly, tool " So make up your mind this ii< Svcry minute that if your hair dl ever comes out you will use ni Ayer's Hair Vigor. It makes c the scalp healthy. The hair stays in. It cannot do any- oi thing else. It's nature's way. Tho bost kind of a testimonial ? '1 14 Sold lor over uinty years." II B A XmI. by J. W. l;?r Co.. Lowell, Mui. fa g yg Also nuulkoturwi of I/jL up. r<% fffi* Ift I A. AUWf O CtlERRV PECTORAL. I ? CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. D n FOR SHERIFF. ft y I hereby announce myself a c*ndiato for re-election to the office of SherifT of Roanoke county, which of Ice the voters of thie county have ? honored me with for the past sixteen years?and I have uuiforuily exerted 1 myself at all times during these years to perform the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 August 1907

Js U MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY, j ?i0**reitt Viewpoint!* *?l the uiut tlio Psychologist. I The fundamental character! -of a sociological point of view is that it looks ahead. To the! sociologist the individual is j nolfcing as an individual; he ia concerned with the life of; society, which outlives many generations of individuals. This ' it is which endows marriage with its supteme importance! for him. lie leaves it with I the physehologist to inquire as! to the comparative worth of, marriage and otiier forms of. sex relation to the individual; i but he must inquire an to its! influence upon the future life' of the society in which it occurs. Marriage vindicates itself in his eyes because it furnishes the one perfect condition for the young generation, whoso business it is to continne the life of society. Thus the sociologist looks with entirely distinct interest 'tipon the two kinds of marri-j -ages. The childless marriage is doubtless of interest to the psychologist-?the student, of j ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 August 1907

Women as Well as Ren Are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages ami lessensambition; lieauty, ? vigor and cheerful" -Jr? ness soon disappear rfPTfi^Kj^LP when the kidneys are ?^MrllVrfci ou?- order or disKidney trouble has XJ become so prevalent /^T/WiXS^s-wfl, -'i that it is not uncom / y """i f?r a child to be U #3 born afflicted with x " ** ?/**"* weak kidneys. If the child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should lie able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, thecause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidueys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as uicu are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 August 1907

m I LETTER FROM PHILO. II?* Write* About tlie I'rc^hliiii; ICUIeres* hihI Anti-Spitting Ortlitmnce. Fa' ii< the the heusry uiiat. Huns; like Ilk* ou?t?iu? o'er the ee*, A IJ'1 nt uiy feet the ?5ark wave* itwepi, And siot h Miund broke the monotony, *tt wet? k chWu auil beautiful iiiyht, Vnt 11 louf ktirrpil iicir >i Bauckn, you all know the rest of that as well as I do; besides, this little poetical effusion lias no connection whatever , with rnv narrative. You see, it is juh; like this: L am subject to noetic tits, and when one strikes me I have to turn loose a few stanzas to relieve the tension, so 1 can proceed with proceeding*. As I started out to say;among the numerous stipulations in my marriage contract were two \ that sorter got next to me. One was that I should support Mrs, Philo and the Mann bill; the other, that I should accompany her to church on the first full tnoou after ground hog dav. Fourth of July and Thanksgiv. ing, provided that, tVio sign w...

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