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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 April 1907

^jngnniTmr TT mrTT^nwwiwi ji For j Children 8 To succeed these days you 8 must have plenty of grit, courI age, strength. How is it with the children? Are they thin, jj pale, delicate? Do not forget Aycr's Sarsaparilla. You I know it makes the blood pure I end rich, and builds up the I general health in every way. 9 Thechlldroncannot poxslhly Imvo wood health flj tin* bowel*aire propei < onoitiou t ortt reel inr oomilpAtlon by rIvIdc small laxative I doses ol Aver'* Fills. All veweLublu.aiiisar coated. P ^ Midobv J.C Ayi?r Co., Y?ow*llt g J^k Also inauulAOturors of 9 JL\ 9 HAIR V.aOR. %/ 1 f i/> AOUE CURE. |A Alivf O CHERRY PECTORAL. I We have no ieorc<o! We publieh ' CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIt SHERIFF. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Roanoke county, which office the voters of this couuty have honored me with for the past sixteen years?and I have uniformly exerted myself at ail times during these y...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 April 1907

6 w7c. T. U. COLUMN oi t icKKH NAI,I:H w. ? . r. V. t'rest'lent.?Mrs. Miiuah HoMts Day. Vice I'roslilollta.?Mrs. 1. M. |.ui?. Mis. A. N. drown, Mr-. Julia Stroheokor, Mrs. K. 1< , Moore, Mrs. IV. II. Itotltiisou. fcteeorillnir Secretary.?Miss Mary Strickland. , Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. \V. II. White-1 searver. Ferguson. Treasurer.?Mrs. W. n. HiM.ml. * Super luleiiiletits of l>r|inrlint'iits. Bsanwllstn and Almshouse.? Mrs. C. K. 1 i iheuchalti. Florence Crlttontou Home.? Mrs. E. II.' Moore. Me<lu! Contests.?Mrs. I.ucv ilravoly Stevens. ] Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. It. Whlteseurver. Work anionic SoMlers anil Sailors?Mrs. F. 1 Mover. SooUl Moot line* aii'l lie.l Letter May.? Miss i Magsde Wliltewll. Sunday Seliool.?Mrs. .1 T. Perm. Literature Mrs. F. S. Cutupliell. | Thk Timm-kbmsts!t and Sentinel, at their re?|U?-8t. litis placed a colittiin at the I disp >sa! of the earnest and faithful wotuen ofthe W. <! T. Union wuo will hav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 April 1907

^lriicI^raWlnl^ Tlint eiactir exprcasea It. Jnat an uuickly as you cati stir the contents of one package of Jell-O THE DAINTY DESSERT IntVr'a pint of boiling water. yon wilt liave prepared a dcv.crt which will anrprUo and delight Ml who taste It. When it has become coldit will Jellify and he ready In eat. Kor a mora elaborate dcaaert try the following: Rnnana Cream. Peel flvo large banana?, rub smooth with five tea?|>oonfu!s of sugar. Add one cup awoot cream beaten to a alitf froth, then one package of Lemon Jeli-O dissolved tn ono and one-half tf?mm ? ... cupH of boiling water. M\ JKTiVrKft Pour In mold or bowl W.VJL. \J?\ and when cold garni ah M" 1 T~1 i n with candled Cherrtea. ?^!S?S,5\SS."" Beautifully lllustranKlolroinc book free. \Th? Ccncsce Pare Pood Co.. Le Boy. N. Y. . Poetic Plea For Pay. a no jeraoy uity buuuui icuvuera have adopted a novel plan to plead for an increase of pay. Each of the directors of education recoived yesterday a copy of the following: Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 April 1907

H ' , A ' s THE FAMILY CIRCLET I some crude thoughts-pleas | ant evening reveries. j rA Column I>e?ltcato?l t<? 'l'ire?l Mothers as They .lotn The Home Circle. "" i j Courtesy, like charity should | begin at home. Of course one? does not expect to find the same degree of ceremony practiced there us the formalities of mere j acquaintanceship exact, but: there certainly should not be less respect and deference paid to those who are nearer and; dearer tons, than to outsiders.' The man who is a gentleman! in bis borne aud among those' who comprise his immediate household, can be trusted to do nothing unbecoming to a gentiernau when beyond the pre ciucts of home; but the man who is courtesy itself when abroad is oftentimes the voiiest boor within the contiues of his own dwelling place. Such a man may pride himself on bc'iug a gentleman; but he is deficient in the elementary iuetincts of the true type, and is consequently somewhat akin to a counterfeit that has obtai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 April 1907

wm &>"s ^j^JK L& -sit '^Hh& % *r i: 11"?!., Jsa I cm Stwcs Register ||f| * I ^MIRlDs: ^^9^ you will buy them. Try a package of Cliaee & Smhorn'* . *? " * +~ ? Qnnidn! kn?(?;,,a ;,, .* Choice Kio or Mocha and Java Blenil; . ..;* opCCial bargains 111 Eiuperor'a Blend Tea in sealed pack- ^I^T 4^ % ii?*w!.,fc ?? ?jenitiueJ',~?*? """"--" ] . phone 54. j ^ i Johnston, Day & Terry Co. ' VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 11)07. NUMBER 47 14 _ . . _.'I.?-'- 1 . '". ?_ ? . wfc i. . . ... _ i . 1 AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON. An Interesting Budget of MewH From The Nation's Capital. <From our roirular correspondent.) Washington*, D. C., 1 April 16, 1907. J When Secretary Taft steps ashore from the Mayflower he will doubtless scan the back numbers of the papers and find matters of interest relating to his presidential campaign concerning which, lie is apparently more indifferent than the President aud some o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 April 1907

) CALLED FOO LATE An Incident That Ih Full of Human Interest. "fShall we call?'' That is a question so frequently asked and so constantly discussed that the following extract from a letter recently written from a small town may bo of interost. It tells its own story and teaches its own lesson, says the New York Tribune: It was a short romance, a r?nanintr Htimmnr nninndo. hilt mv eyes till with tears whenever I remember it. They looked like children, he and she, when they moved into the forlorn little house on the roadside in our village. "Just married, of | course," said the gossips. "Shall we call? Better wait, perhaps, till we know who they are and what his business is," and so forth. So no one disturbed them. The young husband went to town early every morning, and the little wife sat alone ou the porch and awaited his return. They planted morning glories and nasturtiums and hung a bird cage among the vinos, so the place blossomed into new life and looked as it had nover done bef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 April 1907

I STOP, MAN, AND REFLECT. A Few Oon'tH lor Marrying Mou. A little book, recently published UDder the thoroughly inclusive title, 4,Don'ts for Everybody," gives a number of valuable hiuts all those earnest ones who make it their aspiration and daily business to become perfect ladies and gentlemen.? No one who dutifully followed its j>recepfs could possibly fail ? to grow, in the shortest time, immensely retiued. Interesting as it all is, that portion dealing with woman and matrimony is undoubtedly the most important. That is always true of everything. "Woman," in the words of the prospectus of a new mag azine?"woman, the underlying: cause of every event, good or bad, great or small, has, without questi9n, been discussed more than anything else in the world." Which great truth is as immutable as was ever any law of the Medes and Persians. To return to "Don'ts for Everybody," those of our masculine readers who are contemplating to step into the better estate could not possib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 April 1907

4 -Salem PUBLISH BD BVKKY THUR8 Salem Printing and C. I). DKNI W. W. McCLUNU. I Subscripti Onp Year . ...? Nuip Months OIX MOIllllH ...... Three Mouths . . . ; . PHONI It might help still more, suggests un exchange, if the Pure Food Commission would compel the whiskey makers, instead of preparing some new labels, to prepare some new whiskey. Some ingenious fellow has actually invented a machine for shuttling cards. Tht burdens of society folks are thus materially lightened, and all who use them may, if they choose, get a "square deal" now. Whether there is any comfort in it or not, the Washington llerald "facetiously remarks that "just to cheer you up and show that our prosperity is still the real goods, they have handed out another advance of 10 rtoints 111 the price of sugar." Nobody over heard of Win. J. Bryan doing a really absurd thing, and therefore he will never nominate Roosevelt ns a Democratic candidate for the presidency. But if John Temple Graves was seeking a little che...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 April 1907

} r I iFor Thin, \Poot Blood ??aur ?JUL- 11??I in I Iiwma? ?a?> You can trust a medicine tested 60 years! Sixty years of experience, think of that! | Experience with Aycr's Sarfjsapsrilla; the original Sarsai] parilla ; the Sarsaparitla the y doctors endorse for thin blood, ? weak nerves, general debility. P Rat ? v?ri tlil? crnnil old nicdlrlna rnnunt do E '? I<mi wink M tliv IIIi*r in Inactive mid tlio | luiwola OWtl?tl|iat??l. l'lir tin* Iw.t MnMlhla ... Milu. you ti?ko luxaitvo doRt's of Ayer's B 1'ilU while (akiiiK the Saraaparillu. js JJ7 L?*do by J. C. Ayer Co.. T*>well# Mast. E /n Alio manufacturer j of " /?.M y HAIR VIQUR. I 1 S fl AOUBCURE. -i. -B. 5bt< A (.KERRY I'LCTORAL. Wo have no eercto ! Wo publish D CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. for 8hkkiff. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the ofliee of SberilT of Roanoke county, which office the voters of this county have houored ui? witli for the past sixteen years?a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 April 1907

J5 W. C. I. U. COLUMN ?ri'ici;itsNii,i;H w. T. r. /President.?Mrs. Mlinuli Holilis Day. Vice l'r>" .Idonts.?M >. I, M. (,w>, Mrs. A. N. I llrown. Mis. .lull i Stroh"Oker, Mrs. K. It M oorr. Mrs. IV. II. Itohlnson. > Kocordlnir Secretdry. - Miss Marv Strickland. | Corresjmudln* Swri'tar.v.- Mrs. W. !$. White- I Hrsrvi'r. Ferguson. Treasurer. -Mrs. W. n. Di'.lard. Sn j?i'i-lnl?'iiilri|is or t>?|?urt motile. E\an ,re'l?m ami Almshouse.-Mrs. C. B. Ohenchutn. 'Klurniicii '.'rittonton Home.? Mrs. K. It. Moore. Medal foiitests. -Mrs. Luc.vOrsvoly Stevens, flower Mission.?Mrs. w. n. Whltescarver. Work ir:imi SoiJIers ami Sailors?Mrs? (J. F. Mover. fuels Meetings and Ited Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wnitesell. Sunday School.- Mrs. .1. T. l'enn. literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. I rim Tr w its. IvKoisTiru inn Shxtivki. n i thfir re<ju>-st. bus placed it cotuuiu at the disp iSiil of tbe *0'i fdthful women of to- A'. ! T. IT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 April 1907

W ? - : ? I r THE CHEAPEST WAV to matt* Ice Cream. Simply Stir the contents of one packago Jell-O ICE CREAM Powder Into a fjaart of milk and freeze. No heating or cooking; nothing else to add. One package makes nearly two quarts of flnc ico cream. Costs about 1 cent a plate. Vire kituti: Vanilla, n'.oeotate, Strawberry, I.mumanU I'njtamrnt. Approved by Pure Food Commissioners. No disease germs or ptomaine poison in Jall-O lea Crtam Powder. f?? . ., . 5! packages 25c., Jra^ \ at all grocers. " y?nr grocer 'jUulMky \\ hasn't it, send * ( A us his name and *5c.,and S pack ages and our II.'J.tH*?f7lustrated recipe 2si;s?iv/ book..""' > , inaucu 10 yon. TV Gmoft Pore Fm4 c#.. Lc Roy. H, Y. I k Vtoltour booth ?tJi?mc?townEiiM>8ltion. ^ THE TAX PROBLEM. Ah Seen By a Went Virginia State Senator. A problem now we have to solve, With mind and muscles well involved, Whidh taxes both the cat aud dog; Also the hair ui?on the frog. We'll tax the sun and tax the moon, We can'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 18 April 1907

_s WORK OF BIRDS, j XVorth Tlhm?i?iiils of Pollard to F'urnter* and Fruit < t J rower* < , < The fcfood tl?:il is done by one t p i!r <?f ohicadees during a year j (mh s rarccly bo overestimated. t Lik * < ho tlowtiy woodpecker, t tic* ciiio-idt'c is a resident all the < ye.r. Its food consists chiefly * of ' h*? hibernating insects and t th" "ggs of tent caterpillar*, < canker worms, ami plant lice. i Ivteh bird by eating these 1 tiny egg* destroys thousands of insects every day. The same i may be said of the nut hatch.? ? It is to evory one's advantage to encourage the>e small birds t about the country house at all i times of the year. i In winter time attract them j by placingiuuipsof suit in suit- < able places, safe from cats. In i spring put bird boxes where < they may use theni, and at all times avoid cutting down every < dead tree in vour wood, for bv ? cu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 April 1907

i- ' **'^SBpR V* ^ '. fflfc. 2- .. - <$ " It . '" I ? ^ ^ .' ? 1 ' ? n u ft * I 1 ^BK^ y ? / *A m 1ICIPO Wood Serviceable Suits Do You Drink (Z*^I ^?3T1 ^^ ^t MENS?^r,?ns^ ?0;k. , S&u-ew enncs?Mt%t&Ut ???? |iSSSS ^ * ! ' f YOBTB'SapJ BOYS' HITS Mi]WT?lTJ&. Oo^oiaww. ;&CtgJfttj?Jr'*~^%M? . sMwamar ^ '*" . ?'t * ti?, ti. VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1907. NUMBER 48 L^ _ *? A DAY Of PERILS. Thrilling Experienco of ft Former ICoutioko Count}* Man in an Oregon Canyon Editor Times-Register aud Sentinel: Even 111 the course of a brief life that may attract the passing fancy of the reader, or divert his thoughts for the moment from troubles of his own. In my time, however, I do not recall any other so thrilling or fearfully romantic as a trip I made in February to Marahfield, a town away down in Southwest Oregon. I had gone by rail from Portland to Dallas, and finding it less than one hundred miles across the Coas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 April 1907

2 POLICE DOGS IN HOLLAND. That a policeman on night ( duty in a groat city would be more respected by criminals if accompanied by a powerful and sagacious dog is a reasonable supposition; yet it remained for little Belgium to carry out this innovation iu Autwerp, Ghent, Mons, Bruges and Ostend?an innovation which has now spread to other parts of Europe. As time went on and the number of dogs iucreased, it became apparent that night crimes, even iii tho worst quarters of (Jhout, almost disappeared. Cunning ruffians had often contrived to outwit the soldierly patrol, but these big, swift, silent-footed and sagacious dogs inspired terror in the most desperate ovil-doers. The night service of the city is now made by about one hundred and twenty guards assisted by fifty or sixty perfectly trained dog police. Tho city is divided into a hundred and twenty sections, so arranged that man and dog can always count on their neighbors' support if occasion should arise. Careful check is kept upon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 April 1907

* HICKS FOR MAY. Tbe astronomic outlook for the month of May suggests the probability of many uud heavy storms. ' A regular storm period, central on April 30th, extends to the 1st, 2nd, und 3rd of May. Low barometer and general storm conditions will advance from west to east by the end of April, the conditions culminating in rain, wind and thunderstorais from the 1st to the 3rd. In extreme northern sections unseasonable cold, with possible sleet aud 8Uow, will send a cool wave down over most parts of the country from about the 3rd to the Oth. A reactionary atorui period is central cn the Oth, 7th, and 8th. This is at the center of the Mercury period, at the entrance of the Venus period, with the Mars, Jupiter, aud Saturn influences all in force. The Mars characteristics will show themselves strongly by this period. Decided storm conditions will cross the (country on and touching the Gth, 7th, and 8th, and the probabilities are that the same will coutinue into the following storm per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 April 1907

N _4 Villein $imc$-|lcg PUIIL18HBD EVBKY THUKSI Salem Printing and C. D. DBNI1 W. W. McCLUNO. II Subscripts One Year .... . Nine Mouths Six Mont lis Three Months PHON E IF YOU WANT TO VOTE. The following is a statement isii 4 .4 n \ 8uetl OV Aliuruej ueucrm u uiiam A. Anderson with reference to the requirements for voting in the November elections: "Any mule citizen of the State who on or before the 5th day of May, 1907, shall have paid his State poll tax for the year 1900, for the year 1905 and for the year 1904, or for such of said years as he may have been assessable with such taxes, and who is otherwise qualified by residence, etc., will be entitled to vote at the general election to be held on Tuesday, the 5th of November, 1907; and unless he be a veteran of the Civil War, he must have paid all of such by or before the 5th day of May, 1907." If you want to "exercise your right as a citizen"?as well as your duty?take notice. RESI LT NOT ( IIANGEM. The defeated candidates in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 April 1907

Pale, , Nervous ? Then your blood must be in a very bad condition. You I certainly Know what to take, then take it ? Ayer's Sarsaparilla. If you doubt, then D consult your doctor. We know 1 what he will say about this I Crand old family medicine. | Thin In the flrtt qneMlon your doctor won!<l ifl n% k: "Art) yo.ir howel* rcKMtar?" Ilw Kiiown I that ?latly action of the ImiwcIk U absolutely i*4#f*ntwi tv imivfrt. Ko?l> yuui 11 vt Kdiu1 I u nml vim' hn\rr!t r*j:ular f>y (jIuhk lamtlvu ilium ot Ajvr'i l'lll?. * >0 Mttdo by J. O. Ay?r Co.. X>o*rell, Km yy\ ni*null?jturor? of m, m ^ ^ ?*'K VIGOR. / R VE?*VQ AOt'E CURE. I W V 5 U CHERRY I'tCTORAL. j We htte no too rot ! Wo publish the formulas of *11 our medicines. CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS, For House or Delegates. To tbe voters of RoAnoke county. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the House of Delegates, subject to the action of the Democratic party. During my si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 April 1907

>6 W. C. T. U. COLUMN r wrncbkn n %i.r.n w. c. t. t\ ' Prealdetit.?Mrs. Mltuali llobbs Day. VlM'Prstiiilntlti?Mrs. !. M. L?e< Mrs. A. N. I llrown. Mix .IiiIIk ^trolivokvr, Mrs. K. K Moore, Mrs. XV. H. Koliluson. SCecordluir Secretary.?Mtss Mary Strickland.; Corresponding Secretary.?Mr*. W. u. XVhltescarver. : Treasurer.?Mr*. XX*. h. Dlllard. | S?n?rrtMtoinlfUtH <>l l>?|?itrllilcntK. >CvanKell*m and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. UDenvlialti. I I'lurence t'rlttcutou Home, ?Mrs. K. It. j< Moore. ' Contests. -Mrs. Lucy Oravel> Steveue.1 | KIha t Mission.?Mrs. W. U. \Vhltosoarvor. ( Wnr* anionic Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (J. K. i Mover. Social Meetings ntul lied Letter Day.?Miss Mair^lo M'nitesell. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. I'eiui. Literature--Mrs. K. S. C;iuii>l>ell. ITlUC TlMK?-K*<il?T*K AND SKNTINKL, at their request, bus placed a column at the i disposal or the earnest ?nd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 April 1907

1 " \ Makes a Woman * Look Ten Years Younger Because It takes a great weight of1 her mind . Jell-O Solves tho daily Denser! problem. By using Jell-O it is possible to serve a*iifforent dessert every day in tho year. Jell-O can l?? prepared in m\ ~a iRWHlram I A\ add boiling water I i i ~* ** and net to cool. 7 flavors. 10c. I per package, at all I Tl?c StntKt Fare Foed Co.. U I?y. 1T. ^^Vi*itourboothalJam?ifownE^o?jt^^^ I THE AMERICAN RAILROAD HOG. ' To know the American you , must nee all sides of him. On a train between Jersey City and Patereon, a poorly dressed wo* ) man carrying a baby in her arms walked through two cars and was unable* to find a seat. The railroad hog was there. In a dozen cases he had a whole seat to himself and his bundles, and he meant to keep it. The woman finally took a seat in the smoking-car. Soon after, the hog went forward to enjoy a cigar and found her crying. "What's the matter?" "Baby is vory ill, sir." I "And where are you going'''" "To my sister's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 April 1907

-- _ 8 1_ THE FAMILY CIRCLE. " SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS AM EVENING REVERIES. , A Column Dedicated to 'hn-d .Uothers Tliey .loin J'luj, llome Olix'U'. T?>'? Ml't'll OF A I. VDY. \Vb?;ii Cv.< in tl.i-- u .Iimi \va? filuckiiiK Hi'-rmr Ait'l i ii.i'iviut; tli'i Edon w iUn Hiimly, I won 1'T it'ever she turned tip her ttoae .Vinl st-tlrol. "I'm to > lit nob of a ladv ! too much of a lady.' ib-ar Adam. t<> work; .A li'dp lie-t w*? made t? bo petted, Yon k"oji things in order; I really must shirk. Tic tg. tii" no-, dear, I* deeply ivKrotted." Today sh n i* daughters whose delicate hands Are wiioity millitod for labor; It al u i<* unfits them to tl utter tlioir fans Whim they languidly call on a neighbor. Their mission on earth is to gonsip and dress. And live upon life's sweetest honey; Aud they haven't a bother or trouble, unless Their masculine bank fails iu money. It isn't the loveliest thing, to be sure, To dabble in coo...

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