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To save the annoyance of transporting dead bodies, or vital or gane, and the loss of time In getting evidence on the facts of the cases— which may be plain murders, by poi son or otherwise—a report of death fcy "snake bite" is made. This sort of report is very convenient and makes Interesting statistics. Your Hair - "Two years ago my hair wae falling out badly. Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, Hi.
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Death must havt grsatly diminished terrors for the inhabitants of Rut land county, Vermont. From the town of Fairkavsn as a cantor an saterpris ing firm of undartakers—"funeral di rector«" have not yet penetrated that seetian— haa. Caskets of Every De.
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For ourselves, w-s can see no reason for rejoicing. We have been set upon by a hive full of bees and we have been rendered helpless by a rheumatic onslaught. Of the two evils it's a toss of the penny which ia the "wusser. One thing ie certain, however, an aggressive, able-bodied, active bee can make Itself so busi ness-like that the roeumatic not only forgets his rheumatism, but every other ill that flesh ie heir to. She Does Not Flirt. The one girl In the world who does oot understand the art of flirting is ehe of the Philippine Islande.
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But the country boys arc at the top ir. Our great railways were in the main built by them, and today the administrators of these great com panles are in great measure from farms and country villages, from places where work began In early infancy, and a sense of duty developed while still the lisp of childhood lingered.
Some city boys, however, are of such sturdy stnff, and endowed with such natural gifts, that they succeed by reason of their inherent superiority; other succeed abundantly because they have used their opportunities wisely, and in real life have pursued the same course which enables so many country boys to win fame and fortune. The more honor to them for having survived theli too great opportunities. But the country boy when he comes to town reaches out for the high places; though not all find seats of the mighty, nearly all of the exalted stations are filled In the end by men of country rearing, for they usually start out with the sound theory that what Is worth having is worth striving for.
HE trouble of life is an old theme, and ever a true one. Trouble It beeause It is the heritage of man from his very cradle. When his faithful nurse takes the pin or scissors from him, fear ing he will hurt himself, is it not the oame trouble to the child at when our older toys and discoveries are taken from us and labeled "harmful?
It cannot bear the light It Is Intangible, and under hte Influence of strong light will vanish. King David, gazing on the troubles within and without Judea, exclaims with pathetic intonation. This species of trouble is the product of a distorted and diseased imagination.
Hamlet answers Borencrantz's denial that the world is a prison by saying: "There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so. One of the most pathetic sights of the a'orld Is man striving to look into the future, moved by a thousand fears and unnerved by torturing thoughts. It Is the uncertainty of the future, that causes fear.
But is it not plausible to believe that it may be replete with good instead of evil? And another thing, If we expect evil we will not endeavor to obtain good. It detracts from today and curtails the labor that if wrought now may avert the troubles of tomor row.
Trouble, when It does come, should be borne with fortitude. Thus it loses half Its sting and melts Into joy. Loss Is a great affliction, but do we know surely that our loss is not a form of gain? Out of the seeming evil may come the desired good. Our wishes are granted by strange routes oftimes—routes that we avoid with terror, for the beginning seems rough and lonely. A little way and the road is a paradise of peace, the peace that we thought lay in the dear wishes of our hearts and in our supposed joys, but which in truth is often found in the troubles of life.
The Vast Earnings of Fishermen. There were 3, "fares" smack lo , brought to Boston. Of these, came from the eastern banks. At Gloucester 3. For the sake of comparison, it may be wort. This does not include the run of shad, or any fish brought directly to New York City and other ports south; nor aoes it include the quantities taken in local waters and consumed in the villages and smallei cities.
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