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A LITTLE NONSENSE. 1
Why the Doctor Failed to Cure Hie
A Macclesfield man was in a very
bad way ox health. After much anx
ious thought he determined to con
sult a doctor.
The latter, after a most minute
examination,pronounced the patient
to be suffering from a severe form
of dyspepsia and prescribed for him
accordingly. He was very particular
in giving full directions as to diet.
A light breakfast —cup o| cocoa,,
dried toast and other simple fare;
plain dinner —chop, no potatoes,
glass of claret and only one cigar
per day. He was most careful to
impress the fact upon the patient’s
mijxd that the one cigar should nev
er be exceeded.
The patient went away and re
turned in a week worse than ever.
The doctor was nonplused.
Upon inquiries he found that the
man had most faithfully carried out
all his instructions to the letter.
“I know what it is,” replied the
man of medicine. “You’ve had more
than one cigar a day. It’s the smok
ing that’s done it.”
“Yes, I know that, doctor. It is
the smoking, but I’ve only had one
cigar at a time, and that was quite
enough, for I never smoked in my
life until you told me to!”—Tit-
“Mine is a touching tale,” mur
mured the stranger, with a heavy
“Consider me touched,” said the
editor promptly as he laid a dime be
- the caller and then resumed his
The Poor Young Man and the Banker.
“Mr. Awlcash,” said Iho trembling
young man in the threadbare suit of
clothes, “I have come to ask you for
the hand of your daughter/
The rich banker wheeled around
in his chair and looked at the pre
“Henry,” lie said kindly, “you can
have her, and 1 will see that she
supports you in better style than
you have been accustomed to.”—
Stubb—l wonder if it is true that
boys who go to college are never fit
for work ?
Penn —Certainly not. I read about
a Yale graduate who is now driving
a hack in St. Louis. Baltimore
New Automobile Record.
Blobbs —llipper has broken the
Slobbs —What time did he make?
Blobbs —Sixty-six minutes to run
over eighteen people.—Philadelphia
Those Girl Friends.
“I had a proposal last night and
“You are always thinking of the
welfare of others, aren’t you, dear ?”
—Ohio State Journal.
It Would Cool Them Off.
Ilewitt —I tell you, it’s too hot to
go to the theater.
Jewett —Oh, come along. The
play will be a frost anyway. —New
No Lion to Her.
Mrs. Muggins That woman's
husband is quite a literary lion.
Mrs. Buggins—Why, she told me
he was a perfect bear.—Philadelphia
She Rejected Him.
Ella —Fred is a confirmed bach
Stella —Yes, and I assisted at the
confirmation. —New York Times.
“Papa, what is a marriage in high
“Two vacant hearts entirely sur
rounded by cash.”—Life.
Three Ages of Woman.
At fifteen, like an opening bud.
The maiden fair is seen.
And she would haw the world believe
That ahe la fuU eighteen.
Next, by the time that thirty years
Their steady course have run.
She then would have us understand
She is but twenty-one.
Time rolls around: her girlhood friends
Are nothing more but names:
Though sh has seen but ninety years.
A century she claims.
—New York Time*.
Laughter Cure For Drinking.
Many men form a habit for
drinking because they suffer from
depression and unhappiness. The
whiskey, or other alcoholic drink,
gives them temporary relief from
their depressed feelings.
Now comes Prof. William Guth
rie, who in a lecture to the students
of the University of Chicago de
clared that comedy and laughter
could be made an important part
as curative agent.
For drunkenness this laughing
cure is especially recommended,for
drinking is generally indulged as
a man’s relief from low spirits,
and those subject to the habit are
people easily depressed, or such as
have no resourse of their own for
amusing themselves or killing
They naturally take to drink as
the quickest of furnishing the
exhilaration they crave. The da
pression,after the jag is off, is gen
eraerally 10 per cent, more than
before the whiskey remedy for the
tired feeling was indulged in, and
the patient is worse off than before.
In commenting on Prof. Guth
rie’s theory the Chicago Record-
| Herald says;
“There really is a scientific or
| physiological basis for Prof. Guth
rie’s cure for alcoholism. The
general assuption is that men
resort to alcoholic stimulation to
make them feel happier than their
normal condition would justify.
They drink to drive away the
‘blues, and to induce a feeling of
temporary mental elation. If
this feeling of mental buoyancy
and cheerfulness can be induced
by some other means than alco
holic stimulants, it is clear that
the desire for intoxicants will be
lessened. This is .the argument
of Prof. Guthrie, and it seems
sound and logical.”
Prof. Guthrie offers very reason
able hints for these despondent
persons. He suggests that they
surrounded themselves with
pleasant influences, seek merry
companions and look for those
things that tend toward comedy
and make laughter. Time passed
this wgy is well spent, and the
erstwhile despondent oneis gener
ally vastly benefited and forgets
his craving for artificial excit
ement. Hand in-hand with laugh
ing, in Prof .Guthrie’s opinion,
must go good cooking, which
steadies the nerve and prevents
that disease known to physicians
indigestion and to the sentimen
talist as the “blues.”
Prof. Guthrie is unconsciously
acting asa press agent for the
comic opera and minstrel com
panies, but since the people most
given to blues are people who have
not enough to do to keep them
busy, his advice is not without
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