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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 June 1880

HOME, FARM A GAKDEX. The tone of dried app'o sauce maj 1)0 heightened with a sliced lemon. O.sx hole in the fence will, bj-aml by. cost ten times a murh as it vvou'd to liv it at onee. One d Siaed sheep will spoil a llocfc. One unruly animal will teach all others in company bail tneks. CEMhvr 101: .Mkndino Ciiix. Mike a thick solution of mini anibin with warm water, and stir in iWter of , paris; use while warm and set the article auayfortwoorthreudays toilry. It can- ' not bo broken aun in'the s tint- place. Allsc.im nude by pruning olTl.ir;;e branches of tree should be painted or t irred, ur otherwise protected from the rain, ilanj fruit trees become Iiollon-, I or fall into preimturu decav, from the rain penetrating through o'ld saw-cuts made in pruning. N'ami nut tiik IIanii. Fourounee puheried boraf. four onneei each of alerattii and muriate of ammonia ; put into a tin pan and pour in four quarts of hot oft water ; tir until well mixed, bottle for u-e ; after washing the hands a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JUNE 19. (Communicated.) TO THE FARMER. With the recent manifeslatiens of Dirioc Providence in behalf of the agricultural in terests, the farmer has true came for thank fulness iod Rood reason to take courage, especially when he considers the wide extent of country in the eatern states now affected with drouth. He ahould but look around him and note the w ork of euch men as Hon. R. M. Wright, Judge N. B. Klaine. A. J. Peacock and other!. Thee are all men of intelligence, experience and (landing, and they are breaking prairie on their places by the scores and hundreds of acre. "When audi labor are going ahead around us, how much thould tho farmer of little compara tive experience here, rtflct and take cour. ageaoew togoahiad, with renewed certainly of success. For the farmer, haling the moat sane and natural occupation, ought to find life plea rant. He alone, etiictly speakirg, baa a home, now can a man take root and thrive without land? He...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 June 1880

4 c DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VH. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUNE 26, 1880. NO.G- t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTOX A. COLISOKJf , M. W. SUTTON. K. ". COLBOIW. ATIOIt.fEI.1 AT IAW, DODGE CITT. KAN". OfUce in Post Ofllce Building. HARRY K. GKYDEX, ATTOIUKV AT IAW, DODGE CITV. KAS. Wllnractloe In the State anil Federal Courts. W. F. MASOS, PIIV.HICIA AI nERGEOX, DODGE CITV. KAXs-AS. Orders roav be lclt at Fringer- Drugstore. ItesMence east end of JiiliUry atnue Dc A. II. HARRIS, P1IV91CIA.-V A.M M7BCEOW. DODGE CITY, KAS. Office adjoining saddlery shop, opposite the Wright liuusr. VOrMXIAt BABBEB SHOP. LEMLUY&KOCII. Proprietors. Suaviug. suawiioolng and Hair Cuitting done In the Utcst laslaon. IIUISKMAS. BROS. &. WEBSTER. I.L-.HUUU BKALLBS, DODGE CITV. KAS. Yards south of lUilruid track. T. L. McOARTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEK IX DRUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and r(umery, Toilet Goods, IJruah es, Sponges, Dje Stuffs, Paints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IS Drugs, Medicines, ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 June 1880

IIUJIOItOLS. It is a ioor butcher who can't make spring lamb out of an old sheep. " Vxr as you jo" is a rule, the ap plication of which is most general on hore railroads. The lock, slock and barrel should be e-trefulljr removed from a pistol before it U given to a child to play with. A I'iiilaiieU'IIIA antiquarian who married a young widow says she is the most interesting relict lie has ever found. The glazier who was cheated out of his pay complained that he got only lii trouble for his panes. Boston Tran tcrijit. KrKitr woman knows that beauty is not lasting; but a little more can be nut on when the tirst coat fades. -V. 0. Vkivjum. "Vill the action lie?" inquires the anxious client. "Yes." replies the facrtioas attorney, "the action will lie if the witne-ses will."- Yes, SlcUncthoii, jou arc correct. Uase-ball is the oldest recreation on record. It was in Ad im's inning that we all went out. Durlinrjlmi Hawkey 'c A Case of domestic scandal was un der discussion at a tea table. "W...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 June 1880

w THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SI BxCRI riIO : ; 00 p.r Trmr, la AilTure. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - Editor. MY LITTLE WOMAN. A iiom l.T cottnjre, quaint and old. Its thaubif-own thlc with jrreen and jrold. And wind-sow rrass a. l'n hanircd it stands In hua and rain, And c d .in tbrouirb the quiit lane A footstep passes. Yet heremyllttlewom in dwelt. Anda tht?-hmudir winter melt from mead an 1 fallows; Anil beitrt the ycl ow-hummer sing A tiny welconM- M the ii in i-'roui budding sallows. fhesaw lhocarlr morning-sky Ulusnwlth ft tender wild rose dye Almetue lanhes; Anl wuti beil the irimsun sunset tium IUhlud l ho siimtmr plumes of tern In who Hand arches My little woman, cone awHy To lb it fur 1 ind wnk b knows, they say, No more sun eltunl I wonder if hernentlewiul. frceurelyn-t nnl thi-jroal. Has learnt forjrittlnirr ly heart wakes up and cries In vain; she inn e me lo o, I nn e her pain w hlle she was li injr: I knew not when her spirit tied, llut those wbo stood lie-Ide her said ihe dieil ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JOKE 28 bUBSCBHTIOK: SSOOperyear.in advance W. B. KL.AI.'VE.lIdltoraadPabllsber. Entered attuePostoffice at Dodge City, Kansas, as second-class Mail NATTER. SOME COXSOLATION. Some people (tit comfort, while brooding oyer their own misforlUDts, when they Sod that other people are in aimilar conditions. This ia poor consolation; bat while in a measure it ssauages the grief; it does not re lieve the pangs of distress, and after all, it don't make things any better. It makes dis tress comfortable, if we may be allowed to use the expression, for it admonishes us that all mankind is suffering. No section of country is a perfect paradise. The world is full of trouble, trial, and anxiety. Boses and thorns strew the pathway. There ia genuine philosophy in bearing the evils we have than flying to others, we know not of. Grin end bear it, to use a familiar Weiterc quo tation. Now, wbst is the world coming to? Well, may we ask the question. This is a ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 June 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TIHE TABLE-., T. . F. K. U. corca EAST. Fassenger ,1'ar.lf. l'ssenger..U25 a.m. Frtigbt Tdor.n. reigui oiuj am Freight from east arrives at r.w O015G WIST. Passenger. .3:30 a.m. Passenger. MO rjl. Krtlght.... 1121 a.m. We ate nniler obligations to C. L. San born, of Silver Lake, Kansas, for copiei of Eastern papers. Foole conotr has a population of 450, to we are informed by L. W. B. Johnson, who made the enumeralioo. The late rains will bare tbe tendency to destroy tbe tent-caterpillar. Thii insect ia tbe product of tbe spring droatb. Gen. Grant will pars through Dodge City on Monday evening, July 5th. He visits the springs in New Mexico and Colorado. H. J. Fringer and P. U. Reynolds attend d the congreraiooal convention at Newton, representing Ford county in that body. Another fine rain Wednesday morning. It set io early in the morning in a driexle. A wet country this is getting to be, after the spring drouth. The army worm is operating in many wheat and rye fiel.'s in...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 June 1880

California XnnnUln PrlTers. The California ranchmen havo won derful aptitude for driving, and one sees some pretty (rood examples among the bills. The road down the moun tain tides 1? entirely unguarded ou the outer edge, and the deseent in most places y precipitous. A balky horse, or a fractured wheel, or a slight care lossuess in iandling the reins, might easily send 'a carriage-load of people to destruction and an awful destruction, too. The jiath is w ide enough for olio jiair of wheel only, hut at intervals it broadens so that learns may pass each ether. The huge lumber teams which , carry wood from the mills in the moun tains to the jards in the valley arc especially-, hard to manage. Vet tho dritcrs always seem easy and noncb t lant. First there Is n large four-wheeled oaken tnick with a seat in front ten fet aboto the ground; behind it is an other truck, i-otnew hat shorter, but still enormously stput. Thee are fastened together and loaded with from ten to fifteen tons of fr...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 June 1880

HOME, FARM AND UARDE. Plug mice holes with soap. Themico will not o through. )i:v salt sprinkled upon the shelves will drive away red anU. Scotch snuff put on holes where crickets come out, will destroy them. Colk rain water and soda will re move machine grease from washable fabrics. Salted soapsuds that has been al lowed to stand until sour, is recom mcndi'd as a means to kill cabbago worms. Salt will curdle new milk, hence, in preparing porridge, gravies, etc., salt should not be addeil until the rest of the dish is prepared. Wasiiims Fluid. Sl soda one pound; stone lime one-half pound; water live quarts, lioil a short time, stirring occasionally; then let it settle and pour off the clear fluid into a jug and cork for use. Steamed Indian- Cake. Three cups of buttermilk, three cups of sweet milk, three cups of meal, two cups of Hour, one teaspoonful of salt, two tcaspoon fuls of soda; put in a greased pan and steam three hours. To Sweeten Kaxcid Butter. Put fifteen drops of chlorid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JUNE at Jut army-worm, now devastating put of Long Island and New Jersey, Is k called because it appears in inch Urge Humbert, and because, like other of ita species, it moves in columns and follows a leader. It ia a caterpillar the larra ol a moth, and noted for ita voracity, aa it well maj be, einca it can eat, it ia said, more than doable its own weight in twenty-four hours. Al thegh leaa gluttonous, at a rule, it ii more destructive than the locust, from ita greater fecundity and wider distribution oyer tbe vegetable world, it feeda on leaves, flowers, roots, lads, seeds, even tbe wood of plant! ; indeed, it ia nearly omniverous. The worm is asserted to march in regular order; it lifts in society, and mov ea in procession either in single file, or two, three, and four abreait, the line being so perfect in tbe columns that tbe bead of one ia never beyond tbe bead of another in tbe row. It follows the leader, stopping when tbe leader sto...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 July 1880

DODGE CITY TIMES. K , vol. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 3, 1880. NO. 7. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN. M. W. SUTTOX. C01B01W. ATTOHJIEirS AT I.A, dodge crrr. kax. Office In rost Office Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. ATTOBXET AT WW, DODGE CITY. KAS. Will practloe in the State and Federal Conrts, W. F. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND SCBCEOW. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders raav be lelt at --'ringer's Drugstore. Kesidence east ind or Military avenue. Drs. A. n. HARRIS, PIUTSICIAX AND SIBCEN, DODGE CITY, KAS. OEce adjoining Saddlery shop, opposite the Wright Home. CE.-VTK.l.tlAI. BARBER SHOP. LEMLEY & KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shampooing and Hair Cuitting Cone in the Litest tuhion. BRINKMAN. BROS. Jt WEBSTER. Ll'MBER OBALER), DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Kailroad track. T. L. McGAKTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEEIX DUUGS, MEDICKES, Chemicals and perfumery. Toilet Good, Brush es, Sponges, Dye Stuff, Faints, Oils. etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 July 1880

HUMOUOUS. IFcraulaDd Minneapolis Pioneer Press. J . We Iodine to the ojilnion that it It not so To TEACH one "n So lias no-cnrinfcity WData" thing promises as the terrlce it to learn U to sow afield withoiitplowuifejj thit should control us iniUse in it. I . Jectloa. In UJo-seraeiit of the worth of a TliE higher' education of -women '"-popolar remedy, Jlr Nicholas Krrbel.'fit.'Paiil, Lcirnin"7ioiv to walk in Frencli boots Jflnn.,r.b-em's: i'By tbeuieof thelUuibjrs itlisix3ncli heel. I'ope, I was completely cund ot a severe As TllE'rfirc-fiv only shines when on Pnfo1 llaw of the atoroach, from thoViny, so it H'with the human mind LI feared I won dnot recover. w nen at rest it darken s. A jut poison is advertised tint will m.ikt- rats go away to a niiijjlibor's Iioumj and die. It tills a want long felt. Home is the dearer jilaco on earth when the wife strives to keep ahead of all her neighbors in style. Vowtwla Kntarvnse. W ni'v cnnn tTilir-inns firn vpi"linl 1 thev are found wanting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 July 1880

kr THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SinsCKIPTIOX : (i on p-r Inr, l ijiun. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIXE, - Editob. OXE LITTLE HOUR. nvi little hour: nir, fiat I nil Iak! OT me, 'twefe surely not so h ir 1 a tuk To snatch it fnim the torehouoof the years To pluck it f mm tie oce m of she-1 tear. Thitt l!ct lilooinlns bright with many u llim'r . One llttlo hour! An hour of sun-hine, when the worM was briiht An ho ir of something irrc .iter than delight. Vet trrriMo with fain n-xrets to me: For though my life a thousand year should lie. It like can net cr come In sun or shower One littlu hour! P, Tim". I uo you for thl mlsrhty Trace, To yield It back for nil in lleelinir space. Oh, I wou'd -eek. o I could tlnd at last, Afar, unfeifinz. In the dreadful l'at. Through wlnlt!i.it rate anil waters tbat de tour. One llttlo nous O heart, pray with me, you who found it sweet! O Time, what treiure lavished at vour feet Ofda)s andniuhtsand mouths and years to come "Would buy t ho Nwn I crate? Xay, take the sum. Tak...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, JULY 3. EURSCCUTIOX: IS W per year. In advance N. 11. jKI.AI.fcE.lllor andPnbllahrr. ESTEUED ATTJIEPOBTOFFICE AT DorxlE ClTV, KaXSAS, AS SECOSD-CLASS MAIL MATTER. THE CAMPAIGN. Since the nomination of Hancock the po litical excitement hag subsided, and the peo- jile breathe the pare air of freedom. Con' sideralle feeling was manifested over the Democratic nomination?, bat the enthusiasm nan lacking. The interest will grow lew as the campaign progresses. It will beeeen that the people of the country have had all the military glory they want. They will be eliw to vote for a soldier. This is esjieaally true in the Soath, where, since the defeat of Grant, the people will be indifferent as to the reeu.lt of the election. They haTe now less interest in the campaign. The nomina tion of Grant meant an aggressi re contest in the South. It would haTe aroused the warm southern feelinc, and made the battleground there; bat the comimtiou of Hancock wil...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 July 1880

LOCAL NEWS. The Variety troupe in Keliey's Opera House Li drawing good houses. Two columns of local matter crowded out, Ste the big adv. which delayed this isue. Thirteen head of cattle were killed by lightning scutb of hre lat weel.. There was a beaTj lull of rain. M. W.auttou, V. C. Shinn and Charles S. Hungerford were elected Counciiuien to fill vacancic Tl ere as olI cne ticket. R. W. Taxliox lat week fold 1400 head of ewes and 00 lambs to James Kider, who will eatablUh a sreep ranch en the BucLner. The Reiiublican Elate Central Committee decided that delegate selected before tbe call of the Mate convention were no good. Three dissusted tenderfeel left Pueblo for the east 'luesday morning, in a new boat which they had built to Lavigate the Arkan sas river. Dodce City has two dare a halls in blast. and the midnight air rings with the music of the violin and the fes iva tread of the cow toy. Frank Wilcox was convicted of hore stealing and sentenced to three years in the penitentia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 July 1880

PERSONAL AM) LITERARY. The Rev. Robert Collvcr worked in n linen factory from his ninth to his fourteenth Tear, and was then appren ticed to a blacksmith. Thk Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle says that Mr. Paul II. Hajne. tho Southern j)OCt, lias suffered from hemorrhages of late, and is now ljing very ill at his residence near tliat city. Chaklks FolievAiums, celebrated everj w here as tho author of " Yawcob Strauss," thinks of abandoning his tirpsent mercantile occupation and de moting his whole tiine to literary pur suits. Mil. Lawiience IUuiiett is writing a life of Forrest, w hich is to bo pub lished by Mr. O-good. This will form one of a series of actors" biographies to be published bv tha s ame house. Mr. Edwin I tooth, it U said, will write the life of the1 elder Ilooth. A cmqce literary partnership has been formed recently. Fourteen girls, btudcuts in tho Elmira College, are writing a continued story, which one of the Alleny County papers :s pub lishing from week to wtek. Each girl ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 July 1880

HOME, FAUMAXD UAKDEX. Eight HUNmiED varieties of pears and nearly one hundred kind of native prapes arc said to be under cultivation in America. Poisonous Vises. If poisoned by witt'tlif nml mill- A untit i!,l. ...t ' moniinjr until cured. Si-uixg'ialt is one of the ailments of the horse, for which no cure is known. Ordinary usao is not likely to injure , the hors", and will not make the case any orc. To Cleav Paint. Mix common whiting to the consistency of common paste in warm water; rub the surface to be cleaned quite briskly with a piece of llannel dipped in the whiting, and wash oil' with pure cold water. BfCKWHEAT. It is said that while ' mon other plants require a careful preparation of the soil to insure their ntli. buckwheat not only prepares the soil for itself, but for other crops, by pulverizing it if it is hard or tough. Coffee Cakes. One cup butter, one-half cup sugar, one cup mo!ases, ' one tcaspoonfnl salcratus' dissolved in a cup of strong codec, one nutmeg, one ' tc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 July 1880

m THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ( DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JOLT 8. THE RANGE IK COLORADO. The condition of ths range io Colorado is not improved. But little tiii has fallen lia season. The West Las Animu Leader says: The absence of rain daring the spring and early rammer it cot an unusual thing in this rrgicn. Last year was very much like the present in this respect. The main difference between last year and thii was the snowfall of the winter. In 1676-9 there was a heavy and general enow, which lay on the ground six weeks, not only famishing mois ture bat assisting to retain that already in the earth. Good grass followed in the spring without rain. List winter was qnite the re Terse, proving as dry as has this spring. Thus with no snow in the fall or winter, no rain in the spring, it is not strange that the grass has failed. The old grws is all that has subsisted stock thus far except in a few spots, but even the old is exhausted. The single rain cf the season was sufficient enly to start new...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 July 1880

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VII. . DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 10, 1880. NO. 8- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN, V. W. SCTToN". E- COLBOIW. ATTOR.IEn AT LAW, DODGE CITT. KAX. ' ofllce in Tost Ofllce Building. HARRY E. GRYDEX, JTTOB1EI AT HIT, DODGE CITY, KAS. Will practloe in the State and Federal Conrt. W. F. MASON, rUKHICIAN A." WBOEOJI, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Order mav be kit at Fringer's Drag Store. llesidence east end of Military avenue. Da. A. II. HARRIS, PIIVSICIA AM aUBCEOH. DODGE CITY, KAS. Offire adjoining Saddlery shop, opposite the Wright Ilouir. CE.1TE.1XIAL BARBER SHOP. LEMLEY&KOCU. Proprietors. Sharing, Shampooing and Hair Cuiltlngdone iu the Litest Uahion. BR1NKMAN. BROS. A. WEBSTER. LIMIBKR DEALEBa, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south or luilroad tract. T. L. McCAKTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALLK IX SttUCS, MEDIUMS. Chemicals and perfumery, Toilet Goods, Hrush- es. Sponges, Dye Stuns, Paints, Oils, etc. i HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 July 1880

IIL'JNHtOUS. A JOvrjsxiA'Tic fight -a paper mill. -Horn" Sfniitul. The baker's morning cry is a roll call. -Aero i'orL Jcrntd. TiiEwcathsr is settled. At least it's-, foLHiitukijAutUiiUU'ii. . , Of all summer tlothbi- the straw hat. , is at the head. fond du Lac J.'rporter. ' r, . 11 it . .1 i .. .ii If. told lifer to ct licr day an.l the Si tunUy for her e.l J.u day.- WhtU- luM Iimcm. jMav cannot add one cubit to In own stature, but lie can moke a hor.-e suil. i Coictiiniti Vomiutrmd. j KvtL. conniun'cation e irrupt good , inaiuicr3 unless (.potted in time by the IkMoIucc detectives a: 1. Aewi. W'lUt bath woe? Who lii'li b ibbling? Who liath redncs of eyes? He that ..i..d fi, wt- i!ii Krhrwmtr nf bucL- beer. It is on'y the female mosquito that bite, but wnen a ni in get-? a chance to belt one with a towel, ho is piling to do it without flopping to inquire its gender.- lSotm I'ust. He went into a prominent dru,r store and caiil to tlio dentist: "Von pulls out niitout pain?" "Certain...

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