The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, November 26, 1896, Image 3

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payment. Every park, lange
pe vs or youre concerts each
possibly & Smaps cx
these snoribund histories of the! | dend,
1 tragie of heanoroon, teader or Bev ira,
Eo with wine and nade Lioody,
oon hey GaN
{emuerly marked their Heating
“4 thes: later Feu me
Ba pany ie for pean oRAnee
Lome Ble Heel ie eh vein
sab ol the comm orally
meen for 1 VTEROUT SY purely groesqos,
| amwames qe another complexion when
It is not that the desire to be Heumem-
bered in gove, and it is likely vnough
that in some fashion of soother we
shoold all still be epitaph mali, for
ourselves or other people, if we lind not
Jout faith in the permanency of the
work. Bat time brings @volanfary wis
dom. “Our fathers find their graves in
oar short memories, aud mdly full os
how we may be buried in dur mp
od by Mr. Pater j
1 live you will receive this
| homage ; after my death, who ons sell?”
And 50 it comes to pass that, wa hit
ting to the inevitable. men learn to lim-
it Shel their aspirations and tocontent them
| selves, by way of epitaph, with the
i “ewe narrow words, ‘Hie jacet, 1 wth
which, mys Bir Walter Raleigh, “elo
in North American , Review.
What to fay Abous the Bale.
One js always expreted to say some:
| thing when looking for the firs time on
a pew baby, and, as it is neither kind.
por safe to tell the truth and my that
the Jitths, ved, podgy creatures doesn’s
Jook like anything, sn English mage
gine gives a list of anpatented and an
eopyTINed Temas $0 1a vend ou wich
a sweat] Ho Jooks like you.’
1 think he is going to look like hin
BEE ot bo dear Tittle ingens! Do Jet
me son his dear little to.”
“la bo toy 4 ’
"Im't be at darling :
BLUNDERS OF SPEAKERS. | | «How bright he scene.”
4 Well Knows Ovstor Potute Out Some “Did you ever sce wach » sweet little
ea Tm T— | mouth?" :
“mot be ® i foo wweet for any-
upon at ‘wrohin
Tar wack nt heme i |
pou same cu as.
No low embarrased was the old gen- |
j throogh
Persian Te
A Ra : A pleysician who bas just returned
pouncement that * ee Tt be tu | from u visit to Persia says tis! the Per
j sans will believe that busin tears are.
mere opportunities to bear the lecturer |
oboe more.’ It was when the mecting
ended that the chairman asked the ag-
dience to "close by singing Jon cus
yess of the doxology. ©
wiry faneral the bottling of mown.
tense is one of the chief! features of
ceremonies. Each of the mourners
with » sponge with which
Poff kin faes and aves Nd Situ
Mrs. C.—Docter, Jonuae stun inl
liom of my edt be? :
{ean choose their own husbands.
singh woman has to do when she wish:
| have replaoid in sur modirn cenyiteries ]
5 = §% might well ba a sob
jot for I poidor were 18 Bot that what, |
it is towrbid by our own pereduality. |
Banani mma
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quent desth”” covers all. —L A, Taylor] ’