The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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By WILLIAM WALLACE COOK
Author of''Rogers cf Butte." "The Spur ot
Mr. Fit:. Astrologer," etc.
I In the letter he asked how many
| Concord people had moved to Har-
mony; asked if the Colonel had ever
been heard from; inquired about
Waffle, Glimmer, Jlilkins and others
and requested the sheritl" to send him
bills fur the lumber and hardware
used in the ill-fated courthouse, tiuy
said that he intended to pay these |
"Who is that lady, Herbert?
Miss l.llzabeth \ laudiughuin," re-
"What! Wilbur Vlandinjjham's
A fine girl and she will come into
property one of these days that
Xuprriflit, lal, by Uio S. M. McClure
in lieu of a rail, excited hands pro-
cured a length of "four-by-four, •
Keever was placed astride it and
then carried, amid hoots and jeers,
down the main streets of the own.
And a melancholy figure the dough-
ty Colonel presented.
That white hat, so often and
proudly declared to be the badge of
his political rank and social position,
"as still about his ears, while the
Town, hinged by a thread at the
back, opened and closed with every
movement of the four stout men who
carried tho timber on their slioul-
would be filled with information
concerning the owner of the blue
eyes, Guy wns certain.
will foot up six figures.'
These words echoed and reechoed
through (iuy's brain for the remain-
of the afternoon. He fr-lt
bills and would do so in time. lie
wrote no word about Miss Uettv
eager though he was to hear from
But Pettibone knew. Ilis reply ! der
humiliated. In the midst of his
brave thoughts, the son of Mr. \r.-nt-
i c, , | fort Herbert had been discovered *iv
I i -
the count.,' anil has more good farm-
ing land tributary to it. My father
says so and 1 haie confidence iu his
"So have I," returned Guv, hope-
"My father, Mr. Herbert," she pro-
ceed, •,I, hesitatingly, "would like to
pu.-chase your interest iu Concord."
"How much would he give/"
"lie wished me to ask you if you
would consider $5,000."
' here it was! Guy reddened. Tact-
ful as ever. Miss Hetty was seeking
to bestow her charity in the way
least calculated to wound his feel-
ings. Ilis pride was exaggerated, of
otirsc. but had he not loved the fair
Ilis round of duties became irksome,
lie was beginning to realize how
hard it wouW be to face the future
without Miss Hetty. The desire with-
in him to run down to Concord s
Saturday night was very
During Sunday forenoon he
felt so keenly. He
clothes were torn,
one end of his collar was flapping
dismally about his neck and he had
lost a shoe, but never once did he
forget himself and release his hold
upon his enne.
Harmonv had already absorbed. He
; even pictured himself at Willowview
indulging in persiflage with the
squire over the county-seat contest.
. He would not reveal the true state
A, ?s °llt of town the ' of his afTair l> t would pose as the
sngry citizens dropped tlieir victim ! wealthy son of Montfort Herbert
U?nI V illlll irn t-n I um .mm *.M !— - - I. >•. ... . .
Guy's cheeks were in a flame.
some ' When be had prepared himself that
strong. I evening for his call at the Mortimer
♦ 1 could ' home—one of the finest liom,<«
take an inventory and ascertain how j Jamestown-he had no cause to be
town had been carted | ashamed of his appearance.
of Montfort Herbert
and find out how much of his town
ted up six figures do
but pity him? l'erhaps ask him to | got up
drredMarLme/aLt0forffer,- hun-! the munificent
died as a sahe for his porertv? I salarv „f s,„ |ler weelf| Mi,s V|an(|.
aid he. coldly. "If 1 am
King for the
properly attentive to business 1 am
to receive per week after two
years. Notwithstanding that, I am
much of the town had been carted I ashamed'of h'i's .11.1™"^,'" be | altogether too rich to sell for $.vnoo
away, and in the afternoon he could , of Montfort Iferl ..rt ' ■ V." " Iun"'"'r of lots that would be dear
drive to the other side of the county pLniiest I s had never^o, w ", J" ' wi
and finil ,,„i 1,. „i. ... ... . I • 1 llJl1 n<- pr looked bet- | the courthouse," he lidded, drawing
himself up grandly and haughtily.
"I'o:*sibly I ean borrow it. If not. I
will send my note. 1 have the honor
to bid you a very good evening!"
He strode to the door and laid his
hand on the knob. He was not going
A Ton at to Tench I riff.
This story I had from a man who
A-as present; A wealthy woman who
I fleets patronage of education drove
op one morning to the school of
which she is a trustee and invited
the teachers to spend the
Jt her home. When the
tnents were served that
little cake, which by
escaped the vigilance of the
seer, came into the hands of ,
the guests and proved to have a
curved ommission as if something
had been bitten out. The discovery
was made in a cozy corner where
some of thi: irreverent
of the teaching staff
Once iu the drawing-room and
Miss Hcttv came to hiin quickly. She
was clad in a dress of some light,
diaphanous material and her Titian
hair was a golden glory under the
soft light. He wanted to get down
never more to show his face within colild get back'to'Jamestown in'time ! it "w !nis"ali"'' kindness which,
the corporate limits of Concord. ! to begin his weekly grind in the J * "nly " ' ""
Sampson was the last of the in- I loan offlee. Miss IJettv should never h ?, T" estlnlatlon- Sl.c seated
dignant people to make his way ! know the strnltV to ^ioh h. was 1 h<!rs?" ^ « '' • «>•<•. ho
" 1 :° to"T- As a'mut to put until he had wrested a fortune
P- ■ S Vnm sight he turned for one from the clutch of fate and had laid
at her "
ind gave him warning, in business plea wonid"uke"him,irom I Wui' noVtoofflr Wm! "n.d h'h°*r<>
forcible than polite, Willowvie'w Sunday night*soThatTe 0ffe'' him m0"ey' not to
to look back, but she did not speak,
very like a
final glimpse of his former employ
And there the Colonel sat. he, the
great man, who had raised out of
nothing that monument of tireless
energy and intellectual grandeur,
The Concord Blizzard! The monu-
ment wns gone—passed away in a
breath and there he sat, solitary j
nnd alone, pondering the depth of :
And Sampson—was he touched by I
the woful spectacle?
Hearing himself to his full height '
he gave a shout of
waved his hat.
"Hit me witli your cane!" he shout-
ed. shrilly; "hit me with your cane,
Then the printer shook his
clenched fist, whirled nbout and dis-
As time is reckoned, Guy had so-
journed in Goodwill county for a
period of two weeks.
feet, together with his
Just as Guy, bending mechanically
over his ledger, had figured the mat-
ter to suit bis exacting fancy, he
heard 11 voice in the outer office. He
dropped his pen, startled, nnd liis
heart leaped into his throat.
"Is this the office of the .Tarvis
1'oan and Investment company?" in-
quired the voiee.
"It is madam," returned the ob-
sequious senior partner. "I am Mr.
1* there a Mr. Herbert connected
with your firm?"
C-nnected with the firm! Guy
shivered and pressed one hand to his
there is no such person connect-
ed with our firm, madame," returned
Mr. Jnrvis. "We have an assistant
bookkeeper in our employ whose
name is Herbert."
Miss Hetty there! Guy would have
and two days; ! given worlds to effect an escape, lie
hut in the broad flight of events, af- j could not even get his coat for that
eetmg his life for better or for j "'.as in the closet beyond the private
worse, this fortnight and more Ijad oflice. P
multiplied itself unceasingly. J "I would lil
lie had faced the citizens of Con- I please," said
cord very early Wednesday mornin
nnd, with the timely aid of samp-
fcon, hail succeeded in clearing his
fair name of every suspicion. " The
people began to see how they had
wronged the young man, and,
their anger cooled
mounted higher against the Colonel. |
When public opinion had reached
the boiling point, the Colonel's castle
was stormed and sacked and Guy's
last glimpse of the fallen idol was
caught from the procession that i
wended its way down the main street
and out of the town. Jleforc these i
irate citizens returned, the train j
from the west had arrived and de-
parted, and Guy had gone with it.
His airy dream of a fortune had
been snuffed out like a candle in fill!
glare. Ilis inheritance, all that had
been saved from the wreck of his fa-
ther's estate had sunk from a value
of many thousands to a few paltry
hundreds. The dream was past. The
stern awakening was nt hand, and
there was nothing for him but work.
As he toiled over some one's set of
books, he could reflect philosophical-
ly on the "rigor of the game" that
had wrecked him.
Miss Hetty wns the one bright spot
in nil that chaos of maneuver, plot,
•ounterplot nnd checkmate. He was
in love with her—hopelessly, he
feared, in more than one sense of the
word. Had Concord won the county
Feat and had he, in the "boom" that
followed, realized a small fortune
out of his lots, he might ha\e prose-
cuted his suit, wooed and won. l.et
sentimentalists prate as they nun,
success in business very often goes
hand-ill-hand with success in love.
Uesides, Guy had a reserve of pride.
How could he face .Miss Betty and
tell her that the son of Montfort
Herbert had hardly a dollar that he
could call his own? No; he would
"buckle in," make his mark nnd then
go to her. Months would certainly
elapse, perhaps years, but if his love
could not withstand the wear of time
wherein was it worthy? If she cared
anything for him she would wait. On
ttic other hand, if she did not carc
for liini she would marry some one
else and he would face the future in
n manly way and do his utmost to
forget. It was wise counsel that his
lu-.irt took from his head and he set
nlkuit his plans with courage nnd de-
lie made Jamestown his Mecca and
there he found a loan and invest-
ment concern in need of 1111 assistant
bookkeeper. He passed an examina-
tion. was found competent and en-
tered at once upon his duties. Ilis
weekly stipend was $00—not half the
pooket money his indulgent father
had at one time allowed him.
It is very easy to work toward ti
goal as bright as the one Guy had
6et for himself nnd it was astonish-
ing how he made shift to economize.
Week by week more than half his
salary was laid by and, when n
month hnd passed, he was so hungry
for news of Concord and Miss Hetty
that be wrote a liue to rcttibonc.
to see him a moment.
Miss Betty, after a
"Herbert!" enlled .Tarvis in the
arrogant tone that is part and par-
cel of the money-lender. "This way,
Guy was wearing clothes which he
toward him, it j had discarded in his better days. He
a p pear-
came from Jar-
I HAVE THE HONOR TO BID YOU A
VERY GOOD EVENING."
was in his shirt-sleeves and had ab-
sently picked up the pen with his
ink-stained finger* and placed it be-
hind his ear. In passing the oflice
mirror he halted for a peep at his
tumbled hair and careless
"Herbert, I say!
The next moment Guy was in the
senior partner's private room.
"What is it, Mr. Jnrvis?" he asked.
"A lady to see you," was the short
I lie young man turned to Miss-
I.etty. Patrician she was from the
toe of her daintily shod foot to the
feather that crowned her hat.
She gave a start and an amazed
look overspread lier face. Guy
bowed. What did those blue eyes
In-hi besides surprise? Pity? *]!,.
would have none of that. In an in-
stant he became ridiculously
last," murmnred Miss Betty
hastening toward him. "At last the
lost is found!" She extended a
gloved hand which lie accepted in a
perfunctory way. "Why did you fold
your tent and steal away in such
nomadic fashion, Mr. Herbert?" she
"I did not know that any one
would care," he said, lamely,
'You tiid not care anyway, that is
certain. I am a very persistent per-
son, however, as you must know by
this time. I found that Mr. I'etti-
bone hnd heard from you and I have
come to see you on very important
business. I ain staying with my
friend, Mr. James Mortimer. Will
you come to see me there, this even-
"I shall be most happy."
She gave him „ quick, penetrating
glance and then turned hastily with
a little bow and left the office.
j could look into her blue eyes and
note the faintest lights nnd shadows
that played there. A woman's eves
do all the mischief here below. They
invite or they flash disdain, reveal
nothing of the heart or everything,
are angelically kind or cruelly indif-
ferent. A little idle chut and then
Miss Hetty inquired;
"\ou came to Jamestown directly
after leaving Concord in such a pre-
cipitate manner, did you, Mr. Her-
"Directly," he answered.
"And united your fortunes with
those of the .Tarvis Loun & Invest-
"I went to work for them," he
said, bluntly, for he had no desire to
take refuge behind high sounding
phrases. "At one time 1 was my fa-
ther's private secretary and kept his
books. It is a good thing for 11 young
man to know a trade."
"It is, indeed." She spoke care-
lessly as though not very deeply im-
"Have you heard anything of Col.
Keever?" Guy inquired, forcing him-
self to sudden interest in u topic far
from his thoughts.
"Nothing is known about the
Colonel except that, after collecting
the price of his treachery, he fled to
"I felt all along." said Guy, "that
lie was a man who could not be
' Mr. Herbert," she continued,
earnestly, "I came here to find you :
and to assure you that 1 knew noth-
ing of the transaction that lost Con-
I cord the county seat. If 1 could undo |
: the wrong, if the election might be
j recalled and held over again, believe
' me. Concord would hold its own.
Neither 1 nor my father knew unv-
thing of that despicable atTair until 1
late Tuesday night."
"I was sure of it," returned Guy.
"Why were you sure of it?" she
I asked, looking at liim steadily. "Had j
I not told you that it was a case of
diamond cut diamond? Did you not !
see me actively concerned in the |
stealing of your courthouse? Wiry
should you think well of me after
"But for you, Miss Vlnndinghnm,"
he replied, gratefully, "that contest
would have been a sanguinary one.
I had 110 influence; you threw the
weight of yours, into the scales and,
by a diplomacy as rare as it was
skillful, warded off the violence that
seemed bound to come. The loss of
one life would not have paid for
a dozen county seats."
There was a strunge something in
the blue eyes as they bent upon him,
nnd why could he not lead their
"I am glad you think that," she
said, simply. "I was afraid you had
gained a wrong impression. Mr.
I inchbeck paid those HO Jamestown
men and took Harmony lots for thj
amount. My father has also paid for
This was the nearest she had yet
come to striking the blow he feared.
"It is ail very well for the pay-
ment of the Jamestown men to come
out of Harmony," obseried Guy,
"but 1 shall pay for the courthouse
•She saw that he w-as determined.
"You may do so some time," she
answered. 1 don t think you should,
but I shall not attempt to set my
judgment against your own."
He thanked her for that. Saving
ten dollars per week It would take
him a little less than two years to
pay for the pile of ashes on the
Harmony square. Nevertheless, he
thanked her mentally and heaved a
sigh of relief.
",ivs all the Concord . people
moved over to your town. Miss
\ Inndingham?" he queried, smilingly,
I he county oflicinls hare joined
11s—Mr. I'ettibone and Mr. Biggs. If
XI- I'ettibone had not been in Har-
sob. Then lie turned. Poor Betty
had her face in her hands and was
(illy felt a sudden pang of remorse.
He was a brute to act in that silly
way. lie had imagined that she
would flare out at him, would give a
sharp word and retaliate in kind.
Instead of nngering he had only
was 110 answer, no lifting of
uud he walked to
the bowed head
"Betty," he murmured, his words
coming in a torrent, "I am a wretch.
I did not mean what 1 said I Forgive
me. Take those worthless lots and
give me $:>,(I00, or $500,000, or $5,00n.-
000 for them, if you want to. It
was not the proposition so much as
the fact that it came from you. I
have loved you ever since we first
met ever since you fell into my
arms from the cupola of that freight
car. I do not want pity, or money,
or anything else from the girl 1 love
—just her heart, that's all. When I
have made a fortune I am coming to
ask you if you will liavo me, if you
She looked up at him suddenly, her
eyes dancing through her tears.
"Do you know l ow long it will
take you to make a fortune at the
rate of $2# per week, Guy?" she
"It depends largely on the mag-
nificence of the fortune, I suppose."
"Even to make a fortune that is
not very magnificent would take too
long- too long for me to wait."
"Darling!" he murmured. "You
will take me now, as I am?"
"1 can help you, dearest. Why can
we not face the world together?"
lie folded her to his breast.
"I am rich already," he whispered,
"since I have your love. Mv friend,
the enemi. is to be my wife and I
happiest fellow in the
merry, snjs a writer in the World's
Work. Annabel, who is a musical
accompanist, whispered to the girls
(hat this was tlie second successive
cwning she had attended a reception
vn this house, once as a hired enter-
tainer and once as a guest. '-She sug-
?ested that the things to eat were
what were left over by tho "society
people" of the night before. At this
revelation there were indignant
looks, but the teachers' inviolable
salrguard, the sense of humor, came
to the rescue, and the holder of the
telltale wafer lifted it up and pro-
posed, sotto voce: Here's health to
is: the rag-tag and bobtail of the
learned professions; beloved by chil-
dren; tolerated by youth; forgot-
ten by maturity: considered munici-
pally. financially and socially as good
nough for what is left."
Mil in It 111 I'm Wheel.
Once when Chief Justice John Mar-
shall was driving in Virginia he found
that the tire on one of his wheels
was loose and kept slipping off. He
didn t know a great deal about com-
mon affairs, for he had not lived
much with the common affairs of lifi',
but he did know that water would
tighten a tire 011 a wheel. So he
came to a little branch and drove into
it and got one little section of the
wheel wet, then drove out and backed
his horse, and the same part of the
wheel went into the water again, and
he pulled back and kept see-sawing
backward and forward, all the time
getting the same part of the wheel
wet. says the Argonaut.
While the judge was bothering him-
self about how to get the wheel wet
n negro came along, ami, seeing the
situation, told him to back into the
water again. He did so and the negro
took hold of the spokes of the wheel,
and, turning it around, directly had it
wet all around. Judge Marshall said:
"Well, I never thought of that."
The darkey replied: "Well, some
men just nat'ly have more sense than
a y ■■
• ate Vi
You may fee!
"tit of sorts,
•ill run down,
1 ro-s, irrilabla,
' d i scott raped,
need not. Eat
what you want,
keep regular hours, get plenty of
sleep and take a small close of
after each meal. If constipated,
take a tablcspoonful before
going to bed.
Mrs. Rarnh A. McPrncUrn. of Cornfnj:. Ohio,
writes as follows: "While visiting m Taylor-
vine, III I cuam across your l)r. Caldwell's
Syrup I epstn. I have used two and one-half
Dot ilea, and it h:ts done me nioro cood than all
tho medicine I have used for two years.
1 lease let mo know if you will send mo three
or four bottles anil what it will cost to send it
totorniujf. Perry County, Uhio. and oblige."
Your druggist sells this rem-
edy if he is a good druggist.
00c and $1.00 bottles.
Your Money Back
If Ift Don't Boncfit You
PEPSIN SYRUP CO., Mcnlicello, II!,
11 in tli
It I'anifi about as rettibone
1. TIk- sheriff knew, fur no
been with himself and Ma-
Tlie Pre« Can IIr Tru.iril.
| "Wc recall an incident," sujs the
| editor of Zion's Herald, of Boston,
j "which occurred many years apo, and
which was lery influential in helping
the writer to correct notions concern-
ing the daily press. In a private cir-
cle of friends, made up largely of min-
isters, the daily newspaper' became
the subject of conversation - mainlvof
severe criticism and condemnation.
Aiming that company was an ex gov-
ernor. a 111 an of large experience in
public life, able, honored and revered
and familiar for 50 act'ive years witli
journalism. Finally, after patiently
listening to the criticisms, he said,
gently but firmly: 'Gentlemen, you
are mistaken. The public press is in-
dispensable for the dissemination of
information and for the direction of
public opinion. In the main, It is right
and beneficent. It is almost rniracu
lous in its alertness
going to the
bottom of things, and usually it is cor-
rect and can be trusted."
Spoke I.Duller Thun Wor.l.
Alice, who was five years old, was
often asked to run errands for her
mother. She went very willingly if K|le
could pronounce the name of the arti-
cle wanted, but she dreaded the laugh-
ter which greeted her attempts to pro-
nounce certain words. "Vinegar" was
one of the hardest for her. She never
would go for it if she could help it; but
one morning her mother found it abso-
lutely necessary to send her.
On entering the store she handed the
jug to the clerk and said:
"Smell the jug and giv« me u quart."
I'j II it* III.
Though a short word, love often
has too many letters.
Jt is on that page of our life-book
where stiinds recorded our greatest
folly that tlu: ink fails entirely to
There are 90,990,099 roads to fail
lire, all of which are well paved.
As a judge of artists, a woman
rarely hesitates between him who can
draw a sketch, him who ean draw a
character, and him who can draw a
You must smoke the world's coarse
tobacco, however dainty be your pipe.
Always follow your first impulse
'Ihen you'll make an ass of yourself,
and rest easy. -N. O. Tliucs-Dcmo-
A Cnre for It henmnllum.
Allia, braI .,M«j-.ard:--l'l,y«iciinsare
nnii'ii puzzled over the im.-<- of Sir !•' .1 U--
ni'iii'h ■ i if li'i Mr- Oswald suffered
null I with Rheumatism and was treated by
doctor after doci„r with the re.ult that he
g no better whatever. They seemed un-
n .1. to d.) anything for him and he
I'dls ll" ,le llL'arii of Dodd's Kidney
Mr. Oswald beKan a treatment of this
remedy which very soon did for him what
understand it fa,'"d a"d U'e>
Prn!!i8Ai8 ti,e same r< n,0(ly that currd non.
vnr ! se' f'ur..Stalc Treasurer, of a
severe case of Kheumalbm somr jears
a„", and which ha-i since had an unbroken
H> en'Ll- '""'iVi forms of
ni and Kidnev Trouble.
1 here seems to be no ease of these pain-
ful ureases that IMd's Kidney 1'ilU will
not cure promptly and permanently.
( antious Investor— If that mine of yours
in Montana is mch a bonanza as you *ay
it is, how does it happen that the stock
isn t all grabbed up by the people out
Promoter—We are not letting them know
an) tning about it. 'Ihey're di>gu>tingJy
rich already, and we want to get a bet;er
cia>8 of people out there, amywuy— Chicago
JJiagg— 'I was knocked senseless by a
cricket, ball two yea; s ago." The Boy in
e Corner-— VV hen doe* } er expeek ter
get over it? —Cjiatgow Times.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Boor Slgnnturo of
Psc-Slralle Wrapper Ur!cv/.
▼wi •mail asd a• c\sy
tJ take as sugar.
U/m! tno FOR DI7/INE3S.
FOR T0BPI3 LIVE*.
FOR SALLBW SKIN.
Price 1 *0inuvr ,
ti Cents I Purely TcceMao.^X W'CSJJtf
CURK SICK HEADACHE,
In Soila Water.
A little 1 boy wa looking at a drop
of water under a micro.-cope, and reined
much impressed by the pi -cn<o , \ mi-
orobe*. 'No-w I know what biteiyotj when
you drink soda ," be said 1": iadel-
The Fonr-Trnck New*.
When the different mom hers of the c-1-
Iter*, family ok, "Whir don't The Four,
track .News corat? n l gotting to be life,
lifi ?rn" n'en chil.i"-" fry lor it.,";,„d,
thU tells the story. It i- t|„. ,,i„>t inter-
esting publication that cona s in our c \.
chinra, and the reason lieuily i l l. Mr.
(.eo, II. Daniels, the (itmi.il I- ,, .,.r
Agent, who has charge of il, has t i-. "( ilr.
neg,c faculty of getting good men ;.,our.d
nun. who know their I u • ii..--s, and I' e re-
sult is that in everything the publi, at Inn lie-
Ptrtmenti oT the New Yort Central dli-
Journal " r'Sll«-"-Ji' oUlji,, N, V.,
The subscription price of "The F"tu>.
'rack News is 50 ecnt.« per vcar. A ;,m-
ple copy will be sent free, for fl ee„|9 |,
Geo. H. Daniels, (ienera! J'a„erg, , M. nt.
New York ( entral & Hudson i:,vl r K.iil-
road, Grand ( entral Station, New Yorii.
Bizziebodie (discouragedly)—"i did every-
Ming in nj power t.> make (hosei a,, v una
people eee that they were nottitteu ioriaca
otner. Wyzacre "And wnen is the wed-
fling to occur? —Baltimore American.
It is not what a man thinks but what be
think* he thinks that determines n.* incu-
ts! statu*. —Juuge.
Contented labor dig* the grave of worry.
—Chicago Daily News.
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mony I presume I should not hnve
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"Are the rent of the townspeople
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"I underctnnd that there will be
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Herbert, nlthougli Harmony is now
tlie county seat oml i.s enjoying ihc
benefits of u 'boom' ns they call It.
jet Concord is nearor the center of
A I'erultiirKr f C.naclrace.
"I suppose you will vote according
to your conscience?" said the friend.
"I will," answered the politician, who
It sadly practical.
"Pecuniary considerations will not
"Well, I don't know. There's nothing
that hurts my conscience more than
to feel that I hnve been wasting
Laborer (waving flag)—Yez'll hav
ter turn back. This sthreet's closed.
Driver What's it closed for?
Laborer—Bekasc it's jist been
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put down their wires. That's why it'*
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