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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 March 1875

rNDEPKlSTDENT IN ALT-. TfJINGS. NEUTRAL JCN NOTHING. T VOL. III. YUMA, A. T., SATUEDAY, MARCH 27, 1875. NO. 50. Published Every Saturday, by . WM. J. BERRY, ' EdltoVaud Proprietors - T'fS--TnrkrbblviaAQaucetP!luont w.1Ie iy sieepm. uer, J SUBSCRIPTION : jQn Y"t $f On .Six Monjjia ... 3 on .Single Copies ADVERTISING-: ,One sqnnre, eaph insertion $2 50 Each subseauent .insertion 4 25 Contracts by the year or qjiarter at re duced rates. A square consists .of ten lines of .this ,aiae type. JOB PRINTING-: Leeal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat cess and dispatch. BPCurrency taken at par when pay xxients are. made in advance. THE OLD MAN'S STORY. " Fair and bright as June's first roses, Than her lily-bells more sweet, Wasjha.kissing, coaxing darling, Gaily prattling at my feet! ' And the child was -nothing to me Just a baby-girl, I ween, 'Till she, nne day, laughing, ipld me She should w?d at seventeen ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 March 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, March 27, 1875. PERMANENT SETTLERS. Thai is the class of people that Arizona wants now above all things people who come to stay, who desire to make permanent homes in the Territory, and are williner to devote their whole energies to assist in developing itd resources. In the early settle uicnt of the Territory, nobody ex pected to stay, all came aa they did in- the early settlement of Ca lifornia. in hopes of soon filling their sacks with the precious me tals and then returning to thair old honies, their to spend their days in ease and luxijry. We all know how small a proportion of the early emigrants realized these golden expectations. But though baffled in their hopes of becoming suddenly rich, they saw mines of inexhaustable wealth, in which the precious metals were wrap ped up in. quartz, which it would require machinery and capital to release. They saw more tha.n this. They discovered rich val leys of farmin...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 March 1875

1 EDWARD B. BEKWHQS IU, i. VAIL, SALT RIYER FLOURING MILL, ARIZONA. 0r 7 tzoac being in ftttt operation y we are pre pared lo FURNISH THE MARKET with a quality ofJFlou? which we, -Guarantee Far Sagerior - ,. TO ANY MANUFACTURED IN THE TERRITORY. AND FULLY EQUAL Jto th very best imported from California,. We will keep constantly jon hand at the Mill and at our. several Agencies THREE QUALITIES t -' or ELQXJR, , '.'..-.wiV-'25, 50 ifc 100 Ik sacte: GRAHAM FLOUR, ..SEMITILLA,' BRACKED WHEAT & BRAN A liberal discount will ioe made on regular rales to .merchants and others pur phasing large quantities. AGENTS: ( Yuma Wic B. Hooper & Co. I and ( Ehrenberc Gideon Cornell . Prescott . J. H. Pierson Wickenburg jBarnett & "Block..,...., Phenix yMoore & Carr Maiicopa Wells )E. N. Fish & Co , .Florence jE. N. ish jfci.Co Tucson W. B.HEIL8NGS&C? East P,honixf .Arizona. ' f W. B. HELIiTNGS. .iee.6-.tf THE SENTINEL. SATURDAY, MARCH 27 LOOALi MATTERS. " Matt. Gavaness, arriv...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 March 1875

Saturday .March 1875 Melancholy Accident Death of a Young Man. Mr. Miulge has just arrived in San Diepro from Arkansas; he brings with him four yoke of ox en,seventeen American covs,nine American children, and Mrs. Mudge. They have encamped in the rear of our ofiice, pending the arrival of the next coasting steamer. Mr. Mudge isabout thirty -even years of age, his hair is light, not a "5ub!e silvered," but a yallor, rilrled; you csm see some of it sticking out of the top of his hat; his costume is the national cos tume of Arkansas, coat waistooat, and pantaloons of home spun cloth dyed a brownish yellow, with a decoction of the bitter-barked butternut a pleasinu;alliteration his countenance presents a de termined combineil with a sancti monious expression, and in his brightly gleaming eye a red eye we think it is we fancy a spark of poetic fervor may be distin guished. Mr. Mudge called on us yester day. We were eating water melon. Perhaps the reader has e.tten watermelon, if so he k...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 April 1875

YOL. III. Ufa rfeona Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor nd Proprietor? SUBSCRIPTION : Cn- Year Six Months... Single Copies. .$5 00 .; 3 00 . 25 ADVERTISING: ne square, each insertion $2 5fjt Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat cess and dispatch. "Currency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. Diffey's Dog. Almost everybody tin town, ,say8 a Virginia City (Nev.) paper as heard of Jimmy Diffey's dog Duplex. He . had ar thousand tricks, but none that .were ',lvairi," hatching balls and all that' sort of business afforded him much pleas ure. Making but a single motion, as though throwing something into the air, and Duplex was all attention. His nose was aloft in a moment, and his ears were vi braticg "six ways for Sunday," whil...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 April 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. .m J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A, T. SATURDAY, APRIL. 3, 175. THEY COME BACK. During our residence in Arizo na we have known many men to become disheartened, disgust ed and tired of waiting for all drawbacks to be overcome and the Territory to start in a full career of prosperity. We have . known some of these men to lose all faith in the ultimate righting of things, and in doleful accents deplore their luck in ever com ing to such a country, wish them selves out of it, and that the Ter ritory might sink, etc. ' We have known some of this class of men to leave the Territory, more who would have left, but they were too poor to pay for transpor tation out, and too lazy to walk, and are to this day eternally growling and cursing the Terri tory. That class of men never do any good to any country. They are the sores, the excrescences of society. They are warts and tu bercles, and they are about as much use in performing the part of true pioneers in building up civi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 April 1875

f Wl B. HELLTNGS; - EDWARD E. ,1 a H..VAIL. HELLINGS SALT RIYER FLOURING MILI. J'''ATT7WA;: Our Mill now bei??g i?i fuel operation we are p?'e- paretf to FUR1TCSHTHE MARKET with' 'a quality of. ."Flout which IP e - TO ANY MANUFACTURED IU THE -TERRITORY. ANp'tPULLY , V 1 i . ; ' J r 1 : . EQUAL to the very, best imported from California. We will keep co?i$ta?illv on hand at the MiiL and at our several Agencies, THREE QUALITIES 9M it ' -OF EfcOUR, 25, 50"fc 100 lb. sacks: GRAHAM, FLOUR, T' 'SEinTILL'A-,, i CRACKED WHEAT k BRAN A 'liberal 'discount will be maden on regular rales to merchants and others pur chasing large gua?ilities. ''Mi V . ' --AGENTS:' C Yuma WM. B.'HppPEEtfc C,0. and r ?' tr v ( Ehrenberg Gideon. Cornell..?.?. Prescott J. H. Pierson Wickenburg JBarnett & Block. Phenix Moore & Carr... Mai icopa Wells E. N. Fish & Co ; Florence K N. Fish & Co. Tucson W.B. HELLINGS & C? East vBhcanixi" Arizona. dec- 6-tf THE SENTINEL. SATURDAY, APRIL 3 LOCAL MATTERS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 April 1875

SATURDAY, Ajsiil 3 Some Fan. The Detroit Free Press: says: Mr. Brasser, who lives in North -avenue; has a son named Claudius and the other evening this boy received permission to allow a neighbours boy to stay all night with him." The old couple sleep down stairs in the sitting-room and the bbvs were'Dut in a room directly above. When they went up to bed Claudius had the clothes line under his coat, and the neigh bour's boy had a mask in his pock-' et. They didn't kneel down and say their prayers like good boys, and then jump into bed and tell bear stories, but as soon as the door was locked the Brasser boy remarked : "You'll see more fan around here to-night than would lie on a ten acre lot!" . J. From the ploset they brought out a cast-off suit of rBraaser's clothes, stuffed them with what ever became handy, tied the mask and an-'old straw W. nn fnr a head, and while one bov was carefully raising the window the other was tvinsr . the ninth around the "man." The image was lowered d...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 April 1875

v INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NQTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1875. NO. 52. YOL. III. ranra Published Every Saturday, by Editor and Proprietor. TERM'S Invariably in Advance SI INSCRIPTION: One Yar...-.i $.r 00 Six Months;. - 1: 3 00 'Single Copies t 25 s ApVERTISING: -One square, eaob insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion.. 1 3d Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rarest A square consists of ten lines of this ize type. 'I "JOB PRINTING : LegalBlanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads.,-Circulare, Labels, Canls, Program fnes, etc., printed in every style, with neat bees and dispatch. gpCurrenoy taken at par when pay ' dents are made in advance. If ax Adler on the Ostrich. I once knew a showman who traded n ostrich for a mule, to a man' named -Leech. Leech read somewhere that ostriches are very valuable oh account'of their feath-' ers and he intended to try the experiment,of cultivating them, so he .secured this to begin with. He turned it loose .into ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 April 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, APRIL. 10,1875. STICK TO IT. We consider this an appropriate text upon which to venture a few reflections at this time. The ad monition contained in this short sentence is of great import, for it implies resolution, tenacity, and perseverance. We allude of course , to sticking to those things that are right, and are sustained by the laws of morality, and justice and truth. For we all know that there are many habits indulged in by some men, that the less they are stuck" to and the sooner they are abondoned the better. But in all proper and laudable pursuits there is nothing that insures suc cess like sticking to it. Even though we should be baffled and meet with disappointments and disasters at every step, yet those who stick to it, generally conquer., But few men in the history of the world haver ever accomplished any great thing except by indomitable perseverance. It is true that a few discoveries that have resu...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 April 1875

i " Maim Street, a. 2. ..7V. The undersigned, well known through out the'Territory aad California, and for merly of the Colorado Hotel, . HAS OPENED THE GRANDv HOTEL,,:'; " On Main Street,", Which house he has fitted up in excellent style. No ains or Expense will be spared to raafte it TEOS HOVEL of th&COUNTRY. : , lyThe rooms are LARGE and WELL VENTILATED, and the 8ITUATION PLEASANT. Tbe proprietor is determined that here, The tired Traveler, The Sojourner,.and The Transient Guest. Skill find the comforts of "home. The Tables will bk supplied with the best '" ithe .markets afford, to gether with luxuries prom other CLIMES. BAR ft Is attatched to tho Hotel, where fine Wioefl, Liquors and Cigars may be found. . r '1' WILLIAM BURKE. HoTcasfeer 14-tf. . J, SMITH, ' !ic ef JSan Diego, California, Waztt respsr tolly inform thecitisena at Yeecb, ibat she has opened a LADIES' A1,T CaiLDBEN'S ! 8T0BB t 1 b First street, in tbe house fnrmerl ' e espied by Hall Hanlon. CriocHBTiNQ, Tattin...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 April 1875

SATURDAY, Apt II 10 MISCELLANY. Marking the coming low-necked dresses, a, rural rooster says that lovely woman is going to foam out over the top of her cloth es again. European countries can have no sympathy for the United Stales, or they would not permit Joaquin Miller to write poetry and live. Clara Morris of Schenectady claims to be able to step five feet at a step. She'd make a good stepmother. How is it that a poolc-looking1 girl can meet her lover in a dark hall and almost instantly discover whether he has had his moustache shaved off or not? A husband sought a divorce be cause his wife liked corn beef and potatoes.- He wanted her to be an angel, and live on cologne wa ter and gorgeous sunsets. In the Beecher case when Mrs. Putnam testified that Mrs. Tilton kissed all gentlemen friends of the family and Tilton all the ladies, Jeffery, a juror, fainted. The Lexington (Ky.) Dispatch gives "idleness, whiskey and wo men" as .the general causes which have led to the many shootings ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 April 1875

i m ubiii i hi 1 Tuiiiimim i ii mi iiniimin i i "' . , INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-. . NEUTRAL IN NOTJrllNG. VOL. IV. ' . YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1875, ' NO. V i . : : , . ix . .. : : r. Published Every Saturday, by V WM. J. BERRY, .''Editor-and1 Proprietor. I'EEMS-.-Invariably in AdYasoe SUBSCRIPTION: yr...T....; r,,oo Six S$poths. liWpKJcpies . 3 00 2 ADyERTISJNGr: ' ,One qguare,,e.acn insertion $2 50 isnon BUbBeauent insertion i Contracts ,by the year or quarter at re dnced'rates. A square consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter- HeadB, Circulars, labels, uaras, rrogram mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat nesg and dispatch. EPCurjeocy takea AT PAR when pay meats. are made in advance. How to Kiss. "People will kiss; yet not one 10 a nunarea Knows now to ex tract D11S3 irom lovely np3,- no more than they know how to make diamonds from charcoal. And yet it is easy, at least for us ! Don't make a mistake, althoug...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 April 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. .WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, APRIL, 17,l87fr. MORALITY. This subject may to some minds seem foreign to the province of a secular journal. Doubtless some man on seeing this word will throw down the paper in disgust, and say or think, "what do we want to hear from him about inorali ty. We want to hear about the mines, about the material de velopment and prosperity of the Territory, about the arrival of steamers and trains, about the ac cession of sheep, cattle and horses etc., but as to morality, we don't want to read anything about it, leave that to the preachers." Now we advise all who think that way and are set in that opinion, to Jay down tlie paper and read no further. We do not intend to inyade the domain of the preach er. He tells us that, morality is one thing and religion another. He tells us that a .man may practice all the moral virtues all his life, bejusr, merciful and true, be kind to the widow and the fatherless, raise the fall...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 April 1875

9 .pjynwiiiii OtiEAP 3ASH STORE! MAIN Street VUfllA, A. T. DiEALEE in GENERAL Merchandise, 1 EEP8 -on hand and is reserving with IX Erery Bteatnnr a full and complete , OF General IS J? . 5?fflCE 1 WILL SELL AT THE POSSEBB HICES. . m MOTTQ IS MailTrofits Quiek Sales. lanlOtf mi S. J. SMITH, , ft LkieofSan Diego, California, Wqali ".respectfully inform the citizens Yuma, that she has opened a LADIES' ASJD CHILDREN'S 8TORE Q Fint trpfit, in tho house fnrmerl oc cupied by Hall Hanlon.' 'Crocheting, Tatting,., Tapes try, a&d Embroidery, oon8i8ting op 1 Ottomans and Spfa Covers ": Ladies1 and Infants1 Sacgites, Lamp and Tc'Ukt Zl VtCk, CoUarst Trimmings, e' ALL OF MY O WN MAKE, Ab3 sold at reasonable prices. STASPKO, FINKING, BK.liSINfi Done to order. - . . BP" Orders will be promptly attend .ID TO and NEATLY EXECUTED. A share uf the public patronage is res .Dectfally solicited. feb28-tf YUMA CITY MEAT MARKET; NEXT TO ,POST-0FFJtCE; MAIN Street, YUMA, A. T. .J.M. Bedndo'lc:Bro.," Pro...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 April 1875

555! jfhe wom Sentinel SATURSSAY, April If Something like a Cat. "Talking about cats," said Uncle Tim, a regular Yankee, "puts me in mind of a cat J once owned. Let me tell you about her: She was a Maltee, and what that cat didn't know wasn't worth knowin'. Here's one thins she did : In the spring of M6 I moved into tne nttie om house on the Crooked River. We put our provisions down in the cellar, and the first night we made our beds on the floors. But we didn't sleep. No sooner had it come dark than we heard a tearnin' and a squeakin' in the collar that was awful. I lit the candle and went down. Jeru salem! Talk about rats! I never saw such a sight in my born days. Every inch of the cellar bottom was covered with them. They ran up on -to me, and all over me. I jumped back into the room and called the cat. She came down and looked. I guess she sat there about ten minutes, look ing at the rats, and I was waitin' to see what she would do. By and by she shook her head, and turned, and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 April 1875

' - .-.Has i .xw aDEPENDEN'B-JGNr ALL TiHI'NGS. NEUrlYJtAL IN NOTjmNG. T., SATURDAY',.' APftIL.'; 24, .1875. V0L.V .-. V l ' YUMA.,- A; r ' " ! ' . . .. I tfa Arizona JsMitin'cl; PubHshed Every Saturday, by f 1 Im1. BERRY," Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in-Advance SUBSCRIPTION : ,...,sr oo rSix&fonthB. ?8rnfe?Gopie8 r 2) iATERTISINQ: Ono exitiaTe.-each insertion :$2, 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 -Contracts by "the year or quarter.at re duced rates. , A square consists of ten lines of this izetype. . . ! JOB ;PRINTINO: Legal Blanks, Brief, Bill-Hean's.'Letter-Beads, Circulars.'Labels, Cards.'Program mes, etc , printedin every style, with neat ness and dispatch. ICurrenpWtaken ,at! par when pay ments are- made in advance. JEowarWo'mian Bays Meat. , When a woman enters a butch er shop to selectla piece of meat for dinner -she has her mind made up to; take mutton roast. There fore when the biitch'er mbs his hands and asks -what she will have she promptly replies: "I'l...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 April 1875

$5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WK. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDA Yy APRIL 24,1875. FASHION. Think not, gentle reader, that we intend to inflect upon you a regular fashion article, in accord ance with the style of the flash papers of the day, Far from it. Our purpose is rather to expose and ridicule the silly and absurd practices of the blind votaries of the foolish and crack-brained goddess, from the soft and spooney feminine who tortures herself in to the uGreecian Bend," the " Kangaroo Hop," or the " Boston Dip' down, yes. away down to that brainless fop, that libel upon masculine humanity who parts his hair in the middle. That is our purpose now, so let all spoonies and popinjoys stand from under, for we're a-going to talk. And, by the way, before we forget it, we wish to tell a short and mourn - . ful story about a chap who we had the misfortune to know, who from his earliest start out in life con ceived the, idea that he could make himself very attractive to the dear creatu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 April 1875

B.-S: Fitzgerald & Co., THE SENT PEL. &-::. Saturday, apbil 24 .r'iiS'' ' ' ' ' ( . ;-?' K . .. , " LOCAL MATTERS. ' ' s ' Dealers in The weather is becoming quite ABE IRSDUGED PEIGSS, : A WELL SELECTED STOCK of IS) a o s CLOTHING Booi, 3hoe, Slippers, ? GENT'S rXTRUISHINQ GOODS MP M M M Choice Imported and Cat iforriia Wines and Z,iquors of every variety y choice brands 0 Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated ( 'Ameri can JZagle" IFine Cut. rt'r H. 8. j FITZGER a! LD & CO. We call Particular1 attention to OUR STOCK OF Hardware M"or j go I . , Tinware; ; T- Glassware . cjF Trunk I T j Clockt j S" I Crockery i i FIREARMS : f ad 14 MMUNITIO iipr ------ ' ' ':t.-- ' ' " -- . fervent in the middle of the day, but the nights ere yet salubrious and glorious beyond expression. Five fine full-blooded Merino sheep, two bucks and three ewes, per Newbern, from San Francisco, arrived here by, the Cocopah, con signed to David Neahr, for Mart Moiony, of Tucson. The steamer Gila, Capt. Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 April 1875

i.April.34 It is said that when a female child is born in Indiana, the un happy father begins to ave money to buy a piano. The Ohio Legislature refused to change a . man's ,to "John Smith," on the ground1 that there was already one John Smith in that State. "There ! that explains where' myctothesline went to V exclaim ed an Iowa woman as she found her h usband ha nging in the stable. "Your son died rather sudden 1y yesterday, of throat dfsease," is what an Idaho sheriff wrote to a fond mother in Indiana the-oth-er day. A-Stockton woman couldn't go to a country party the other day because 'there was not room enough in the buggy for her feet. The Sandwich King took twelve nice spittoons home with him, and probably sits lip every night till midnight toapit in them. It isn't loud praying which counts with the Lord so much as giving four full quarts for every gallon," says an Arkansas circuit rider. They can't help it those Chica go women; They can't trim their feet down or unhinge 'em a...

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