Mark C McMicken
couch to the to a first dentists worthy can be course. kind polite Mark C. McMaken, like an ld whose stock of vigor-- his almost years seems scarcely to have impaired. erect form, his firm step aad elastic and undimmed senses are so many certificates of good conduct or rather so jewels and orders of nobility with nature has honored him for his fidelity her laws. His fair complexion shows his blood has never been corrupted: pure breath that he has never jielded digestive organs for a vintner's cesspool, his correct language and keen apprehension apprehension that bis brain has never been *W ned by the poison of the tobaccoist. En .A. f*A* bard not bar in John foviag bis appetites to the highest preserved the power of enjoying them. spite tke moral of tke school boj's be has eaten his cake and still he I it- As be drains tke cup of life BO Jess at the bottom. His organs reach the goal of the.r exisiaace as painlOk 4 ** * lamp bums down isa socket. Sov^ 11 oc make his exit and little imagination would translate him another Enoch li/*Â» Â«*'*Â» to * world without the stir*" of death.