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Ub of testimonial letters received
Pftrerj cured. In wrltlnf Dr. Kilmer
tBInjnannoa, w. i., ae
DRl'XY NOW tltt
TM Lwzama eaatar Oellevet Mia
CoHoagtiso, Who laneref the Cae
M Las tsoslen, Will Hereafter Ca
operate With Party OraawraaMsa.
How He Save His.
Lr were speaking of certain
ton. favorably occasionally, but
lr otherwise. . Finally ona of
larty spoke of the rood quail
Lf the absent doctor, and said
He had once been saved by tha
L li that?" some one asked;
u not know he usually treated
he does not, said the man.
one day when my family phy-
wai out of town I was end-
taken ill and sent for this
fellow in the emergency, and
bldn t come. -N. Y. Times.
A Seaaa ( cw.rlty.
Wirt you olng my pretty malar
toini a-ctlns, air," she said.
ou ure you can acw "Ul course,'
my costumes come from Pare.
15 EXCELLENT RE A SOX.
Quizzer Why Is it that so
oi your runny pictures are
tramps, Mr. Palette?
Vt. fill h.'. tt'm ...W
n bum jokes! Chicago Daily
the chance which mot men crave
Me treat wealth hla willing- tool,
m does they'll oall blm "knave."
oci t.ot. they'll call blm "tooLH
f (iertrude I'm going to be a
t, like you, Aunt Gertrude.
Gertrude Why do you want
f Gertrude 'Cause, Aunt Ger-
ipinster doesn't have to try
pretty an' she can comb her
V old way Brooklyn Life.
Row She Cot Them.
ce What a lot of rings she
W Yes; they are wedding
',1 didn't knew she'd been mar-
lasn't; her father is a pawn-
Flt of His Kaowledae.
F' laid ahe'd teach to ma
P dance sten last Invented.
frklch, of course. I heartllv. .
t rising hopes asaented.
Rtl learned with eager basts, -
found the leason pleasant,
t my arm about her walat
ft'i all i know at present.
-If I curare, you as caahlar
either give a bond for $20,000
my daughter Laura. File
lea Is. Olanls. .
Do you think her father In
r to marry you?
T liatan.to ma natll hat
PhiUdalpala. AarU L Tala haa Vm
aj waaksof ck jcUfttr. ! atatai Mat
local aoUUoa, tea toalaly to a Halt of
Saaaior Qaay aara .wailai a Mi. war
lb Beaver county. The aMJor,aaatoff
waa called upon by a mombar at laad
lag Republlcaa from thla a&d aalgh
boriag coaatlas, aad they all reportad
tha Kepubllcaa orfaalsathm to la
excellent abape, aad that the pros pacta
of polling a large vota In tha fall wart
Senator Quay waa especially pleased
to hear tha reports from countlea Ilka
Cheater aad Montgomery, where tha
Inaurgenta have heretofore been strong
through, their fusion deals with the
Democrata. The senator waa advlaed
by the Republican leaders ot these
counties that the Insurgents have prac
tically loat their organisation, that the
old-time leaders can no longer control
or deceive the following which they
Once had, and that the disposition of
men believing In Republican prlncl
plea la to go along with the party or
ganization and to support the full Re
publican ticket In Chester county T.
Larry Eyre, the recognised Republican
leader. Informed Senator Quay that the
Republican organisation In that county
naa never neen more Harmonious or
stronger with the people and that there
will be no difficulty In electing the full
Republican ticket, Including a solid
delegation to the legislature to vote for
tha re-election of United States Senator
PENROSE GROWS IN POPULARITY,
Senator Quay was delighted to learn
that Senator Penrose has grown In
strength recently at an amazing rate,
His course In leading the fight for the
adoption of the Chinese Exclusion bill.
and the aggressive work he Is doing In
support of the bill advocated by the far.
mers for the protection of the pure but
ter interests from the encroachments of
the oleomargarine trust, haa won for
him thousands of admirers and enthus
While Senator Penrose haa ben
winning popular approval the pros
pects of his having practically the
united support of the "hold-over sena
tors" when he comes up for re-election
In January next are most encouraging.
One case in point has been the sub
ject of comment during the last few
days. Senator Drury, of Luzerne coun
ty, who waa associated with the Insur
gent members of the senate In the light
against the re-election of Senator Quay
and who co-operated with them In mat
ters of legislation, haa stated that he
does not intend to continue outside of
the party breastworks. Senator Drury
Is a "bold-over" and will vote on tha
next election for a United States sena
tor. In an interview with a well known
Republican a few days since Senator
Drury said he intended to hereafter
work with the regular Republicans o
all party measures, that ha will go
Into the Republican caucuses and abide
by the action of the majority, and that
he believes, with Senator Stewart, of
Franklin, and others who were in the
old Insurgent movement, that "there
Is no longer anything to kick about"
and the proper thing to do Is to go
along with the Republican organisation.
QUAY AND THE GOVERNORSHIP.
During Senator Quay's visit to thla
city there was naturally much specula
tion regarding his probable attitude oa
the governorship. When questioned on
this point the Beaver statesman made
characteristic utterance. He said
"there is but one candidate for gov
ernor that I am against his name Is
It was after making this declaration
that Senator Quay had a talk with At
torney General Elkin, Indiana coun
ty's candidate for governor, at the Ho
tel Walton In this city. Later Sena
tor Quay and Mr. Elkin travelled west
together. Before boarding the train Mr.
Elkin in an interview expressed great
satisfaction over the election of dele
gates to the state convention In his be
half and announced that he proposed
to continue an active canvass until the
date of the convention, and that while
he was confident of receiving the nomi
nation in the event of some other can
didate being chosen he would be among
the first to declare In his favor and
turn In and-work for his election. .
On Saturday last the Republican
county committee of Indiana met for
the purpose of reorganization and after
the election of the officers, adopted res
olutions expressing satisfaction over
the result of the Republican primaries
held since Mr. Elkln's candidacy was
first Indorsed in his home county. At
tention was directed to the fact that
out of the Seventeen counties which
have already elected delegates to the
state convention fifteen of them have
named delegates favorable to the nomi
nation of Mr. Elkin.
The last county to elect delegates.
Lebanon, named a full Elkin delega
tion. In this county a canvass waa be
gun in the lnterestot former Lieutenant
Governor Watrea, with Lieutenant
Governor Oobln leading the campaign,
in Watrea' behalf. Tha sentiment of
the Republicans of the county was so
strongly In favor ot Mr. Elkin that tha
Wattes movement was abandoned and
tha Elkin delegates had a walkover.
Last Words at the Pavaahaaaa,
"Sow, Hiram, don't look oat the
car. window or shake hands with
( "All right, Mehltable, an' don't
you sign any contracts with book
agents." Indianapolis News.
A Daaalt Discovery.
Jack So you took Ferdy's ring and
priced it and found he paid 1200 for
Beatrice No; I found that was the
erice of itl Judge. .
Jack I wonder why time is said to
Maud rrobably it is because so
many people are trying to kill it.
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SCOTT BOW NE. ChanUM, 409 Piarl
. and fi .w aUoruggkia.
Jaat What Re
Irate Country Gentleman (white
with anger at being disturbed) 'Yon
book canvassers make me so angry
witn your confounded nerve and im
pudence that I cannot find words to
express my indignation!
Canvasser (jumping with enthu
siasm) Then, sir, I am a great hel to
you. 1 bave here the very thing you
need a dictionary of '' the English
language, containing all the words
and slang phrases known, and only
two dollars. Take It, and you will
never be at a loss to express yourself
Haw It's DlaTcrcat.
Ul!r h slighted ms many year.
Aa' Z sail: "Since you're wanting sa-
Fit W a staatathtr to you, my dear;"
Aa' 1 waaried roun' an' married her
WAITED LONG AND PATIENTLY.
Dick Slowboy (who has just been
accepted) Did I surprise you, dar
Waunda Long I should say so.
gave up the idea ten months ago of
your ever having nerve enough to
propose. Detroit Free Presa.
Jut a Little Oa.
Of all the things I'd rather be
Than what I am now I declare
I really think just let me see;
Ah! yes, I'd rather be
- A little multi-millionaire!
Baltimore News. -
"I am afraid our friend has said
something he will be sorry for."
"No," was the melancholy answer.
"I don't think so. Anybody who
didn't know better than to say what
he did in 'the first place Isn't likely
to know when it's time) m m aerry."
IttaiMIew Bowels With Caaaarsts.
fan.-M iVk.l. . 1 . 1
- tic, ,iir muiipiHim ioivtst
A scum Mr. Bragley claims te a a
man of standing In your church.
Rev. Mr. Goodley Well, he should
be. He doesn't rent a pew. Philadel
Oaa et Its Properties,
Gladys They say champagne drink
ing gives the eye a peculiar look.
Hobart Well, I know it makes a
lata eetamtttee, and T. Larry Kyre.
chief assistant to the state chairman,
war In eonamltatloa her today 're
garding the arrangements for the Re
satMasan sM isassaini. which la ta
be held la Harriaburg on June 11 next
They both state that tha attendance
promises to be very large. They find
that there is a widespread Interest
shown In the canvas for the governor
ship and the nominations for the two
ether, offices to be filled at the coming
erection on the general state ticket, the
lieutenant governorship and the sec
retaryship of Internal affairs.
There will be a good field of candl
aad the hotels are already book-
engagements for rooms. The
Meads of the several candidates are
counted fon to have large delegations
to work up sentiment among the
delegates tor their respective favor-
stem, aad a number of Republican clubs
will be oa hand with bands ot music
aad flying banners heralding the names
f their standard bearers.
ELKIN MEN PREPARING.
The largest crowds will undoubtedly
come from western counties, where the
enthusiasm over the candidacy ot At
torney General Joha P. Elkin Is most
pronounced. In Indiana, Mr. Elkln's
home county, they are now forming
clubs In the different townships to
come here and cheer and shout for
"The Indiana County Plow Boy," as
they affectionately style their choice
Not only will the western counties be
reareeeated among the Elkin boomers,
but Chatter, Montgomery, Lebanon,
Lancaster, Cumberland, Union, Sny
der and other counties east of the Alio.
ghenles wlU each send large contin
gents of their active Republicans to
swell tha crowd of Elkin supporters,
Lawrence county seems to be fairly
worked up over former Senator W. M.
Brown, of that county, for lieutenant
governor, and nearly every member of
the Republican county committee, and
practically all of the county officials
have expressed their intention to come
here to work for the nomination of
the former senator.
Crawford county Republicans are ar
ranging to flock to the convention city
in goodly, numbers to press for the
nomination of Dr. Theodore L. Flood
for lieutenant governor, and they say
they will be joined by leading and In
fluential Republicans from neighboring
counties who will render them all the
assistance in their power to land their
candidate with the winners.
Cumberland county took no action on
the Indorsement of any candidates for
favor at tha hands of the delegates to
the stato convention, in accordance
with an unwritten rule ot tha Republi
can organisation there not to give in
structions to tha state delegates. Dr,
Reed, of Cumberland, naa been fre
quently mentioned for the lieutenant
governorship, and-there Is no doubt
that be would be pleased to accept this
imsi kt Mae convention would see fit
ta hsasr fclam with the) aomloaUoa.
Should Or. Read ha a candidate by the
time the convention date comes around
there will ha a representative party of
eannty Republicans here
la Mi MsmltV. The Cumberland county
eategSMI have) expressed themselves as
In favor ef tha nomination of Mr. Elkin
GENERAL BCRALL A FAVORITE.
There la another eastern favorite
whose frlemoa are closely following the
developsKSts In tha canvass for gov
ernor and the lieutenant governorship.
They era hopeful that Elkin, of In
diana, will ha placed at the head ot the
ticket and that farmer Senator Brown
or Dr. Ftooi or aoma other western
man shall bis named for second place,
bo that the east shall task a good
chance e? est a a-alsatlon
for secretary of internal affairs.
This candidate Is General Joha W.
Schall, of Montgomery county. Gen
eral Schall's candidacy appeals largely
to the veterans of the civil war and tbe
members, of the National Guard, to
whom be sis well known, both as a
prominent member of the Grand Army
and as a brigadier general in the guard.
General Schall will be Indorsed for
the secretaryship of Internal affairs by
the Montgomery county delegation and
his friends say the county convention
will appoint a committee to take charge
of his candidacy. General Schall Is
very popular and it Is quite probable
that Montgomery will vie with Indiana
In seeking to hare the largest delega
tion at the convention to labor for her
local candidate., General Schall's ad
mirers have been sending Into other
counties to obtain pledges In favor of
his candidacy, and they report that the
suggestion for his nomination has been
most favorably received.
Major Brown, of Erie, has been In the
field for some time as a candidate to
succeed General Latta as secretary of
Internal affairs aad be has received
some flattering Indorsements. He, too,
will have ft following In tha convention
Other eaadlaaiaa arc Kkstfr to be aa
nectoced aad there will he lively times
beasfo tha bsJJottaj ahall decide the
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Clasaaas, It will as at vital Uteres ta yaa ta sa aslaat a wlU as at oacaT
Meseliatea,lost Itaaaead, PaUet I Mhtoft, flics, Oonstipatiaa, gloat Dis-I
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Te aettort at thsYasstaal rU-aal
rasas la laaaalty sad a Saaaaaae tolas
"Taay eare whsNotters save taUaM-PsuiaosLPaua Paasa,
" Tastr trsaaaeat Is rattoaal . . . taayaaaUtaay elaha.-
t . . Wfk sxeroiaa aad water r the Unas treat suraitt truel."
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Jfrs. Martere I must any, Jane,
that I am . not altogether pleased
with yonr cooking.
The Cook It isn't to be expected
you should be at first, ma'am; but
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A JaatlSable floairf.
'He says he doea a 'standing room
"I doubt it. I din t eatch his nam.
but he doesn't even look like art actor."
. "He Isn't. He's a street railway man
ager. Brooklyn Eagle.
A Sarloaa Imaedlmeat.
Teacher Can you mention some
great man who had an impediment In
Little Willie Please, ma am, George
Washington did. lie couldn't tell a
a area Aaala, Parhaaa.
"But," protested the Angry Creditor,
yon said you gueaiSa yon would pay
"I kaow I did,", explained the Humble
Debtor, "but, you see, I am such a poor
guesser." Baltimore American.
Little Elmer (who has an inquiring
mind) ropn, arc there always two
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Trof. Broadhend Certainly.my son
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After tbe I'rlsea.
"Mrs. Harkins has set out in earnest
to secure bric-a-brac for her house."
I "In what way?"
,"She has joined seven progressiva
pedro clubs." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A Ilane Suspicion,
: Quest (in chenp restaurant)
fliat's queer. I ordered three dishes,
and you are out of all.
Waiter It's very late, snh.
Guest (suspiciously) Xot saving
em for yourself, eh?
Waiter (haughtily) I don't eat
heah, sahl N. Y. Weekly.
Ascum Jabsley. la awful vain, Isn't
Wander- Well, rather. Why, lie has
fitted np a phonograph In his room to
play "See, the conquering hero
comas!" when he opens tbe door.
Puck, . ...... . .
"7 calUnf oa her.--Judga.
V look like 30 cents. Judge,