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Thr- Aztec Ini:ana of Mexico are noted
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Itch cmred in 30 minutes by Wooiford's
Sanitary Lotior. Never rails. Sold b-. all
druzgists. 81. Mail orders promptly led I
by Dr. E Detuo:. Crawfordsville, Ind.
The ;ifc-saving dcg! are valuable aids to
the policc department of Paris.
FITS permae nxt ly -u red. Noilts or nervons
negs after first day's ue of Dr. Kline's Great
Nervefes' over.92trialbottle and treatise free
Dr.R.1.KLN:. Ltd..931 Arch St.. Phila., Pa.
The Duke of Portland's picture galery
is 236 feet Ion:,.
Latlia% Can Wear Shoo4
One size sw1U r a- usinz Allen's L 1ot.
Ease, a rwde'r. It mnes tight or new saoea
easy. Cure swal!, 'ot., swe:tting. aehia:
leet. inzrowin-v litz. corns and buione. A:
all drucrisN anI shoe stores. 25e. Don't ac
cent anv Ti e Trial ackagte FREE by
mai!. Address. Aen :-'. Olmsted. Leiloy, N.Y.
S -eitons are no, i eing sold in Russia
thi..-I ea the -:umr, redux'ce inI'm rna.
tiou.:xllays )al::,eure wind.- olic,25.abettl.
The United Kino:n spends 4,400.000
a year on rat:ns.
Jam sure Piso's Cure for Consumption s-vel
ray life three years avo.-Mrs. TonAs Ios
5.Ns, .lapic bE.. Norwien, N. Y., 2e. 17, liJ.
The chronic borrowcr is usually out on a
Is It Right?
Is it right for you to lose $4.:?0 that a
dea:er n:v nake '. cents more by seilin
fourteen a:ons o realy-zor-use paint. at
$1.50 er gal:on. than ,ur agent wi make
by seiing you eight gallous of L. & M., and
six galons of linseed oil, which make four
teen gallons of a better paint, at 81.20 per
gallon? Is it right?
Sold everywhere and by Lon-man &
N'artinez. New York. Paint Ma-ers for
- There have been 319 statues of the Kaiser
erected in Gerarinv.
Taylor's Cberokee Remedy of Sweet Gun
and lullen is Nature's great remedy-Cures i
Coughs. Colds. Crcup and Consumption.and
all throat and lung troubles. At druggists,
25a., 50c. and $1.00 per bottie.
Mais on sont les neiges d'antan?
Where is the glove that I gave to him.
Perfumed and warm from my arm that
And where is the rose that another stole
When the land was flooded with June
And the satin slipper I wore?-Alack.
Some one had that-it was wrong. I
Where are those souvenirs to-day?
But where are the snows of yester
The glove was burned at his next love's
And the rose was lost in the mire of
And the satin slipper he tossed away.
For his jealous bride had not fairy feet.
Give what you will. but know. mesdames.
For a day uline are your favors dear.
Be sure for the next fair woman's sake
They will go-like the snows of yester
ya. -Anne Reeve Aldrich.
You can make a man so mad he
can't see by telling him how every
body admires the ability of one of his
AND CONSIDER THE
That in addressing Mrs. Pink-ham y<
are confiding your private ills to a wom
- a woman whose experience with a
man's diseases covers a great many year
You can talk freely to a woman when
is revolting to relate your private tr-oubli
to a man-besides a man does not unde
stand-simply because he is a man.
Many women suffer in silence and dl
from bad to worse, knowing full well t
ought to have immediate assistance, but
modesty impels them to shrink from es
selves to the questions and probably era
even their family physician. It is
Without money or price you can const
whose knowledge from actual experies
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invi
Women suffering from any form o*fi
ness are invited to promptly communmca
Pinkhamn at Lyun,. Mass. All letters:
-opened,' read ~and answered by wom
woman can freely talk of her private i
woman; thus has been established th
confidence between Mrs. Pinkham and t1
of America which has never been broke1
of the vast volume of experience whici
has to draw from. it is more than possil
that she has gained the very knowlecd;
that will help your case. She ask-s not
ingin return except your good-will. and h
advice has relieved thousands. Surely a
woman, rich or poor. is very foolish if
does not take advantage of this generc
offer of assista'nce. - Lydia E. iPinkh
Medicine Co.. Lynn. Mass.
Following we publish two let
ters fromi a woman who accep
ted this invitation. Note the
4 First letter.
"Dear Mrs. Pink-han:
-- For ei;;ht years I hiave fuin-ed so-nethi'g
terrible e"vrv ienth with mv -wrods. Thex
pains are execruc~i:z :u2 141n briy s:o
then. Mv doc'tor ,ave I brnv <v:. rian and'1
- -:onb:: . andi I x:mixt p>' ' hrough an '
etnifI want to g~e: 'ne. I d' 1, wg
to) sub:mxt to it if 1 can pai'.y xl: n
Pleas'e teHl me what to do. I ag- ye e.
relieve m..* --M ry M. <>l\Itha: x and lr.ll
Second :e t~er.
*'Dear Mrs. Pink-ham:
-After folkowing carefully yctur ativice,
and taking Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable
Co~mpound. I am very anxious to send you
my testimo-.ial, that others may k-row their
THOUGHT SHE WOULD DIE.
Mrs. R. W. Marine, ot Colorado Sprincs
Bezan to Fear the Worst-Doan's Kid
ney Pills Saved Her.
Mrs. Sarah Marine. of 428 St. Urain
street. Colorado Sprinms. Col.. Presi
dent of the Glen Eyrie Club. writes:
"I suffered for
three years w!!h
The doctors told
mle y kidneys
- I \ me, but I found
that it was only
a waste of time
and money to
take them, and
be-gan to fear
that I would
never get vell.
A friend advised
me to try Doan's Kidney Pills. Within
a week after I began using them I was
so much better that I decided to keep
up the treatment. and when I had used
a little over two boxes I was entirely
well. I have now enjoyed the best of
health for more than four months. and
words can but poorly express my grati
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
The, Eternal Faminine.
Grandfather. doing sonie carpentry
work. and finding lie needed some
screws. sent little Mary to the hard
ware store to get soic for him. When
she got lhcre she could rot reinember
the word "screw." At last she said:
"Grandpa wants some nails with rtIles
Beware of Ointn-nte For Cosr'.% Thil
asmercury will surely destroy the o'nsu :
smell and conipletely der.ta:.;e hei wholesys
ten waen tnterinu- it througu the mucou
surfaces. Sue tarticlesishouild never be use I
except on preicriptioas froau reputab:e phy
sicians, as the d-amncge they vwill do i. ten fold
to tle good yoa caa p,.ssihly derive from
thema, alil's Catarra Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Chenoy & Co., Toiedo, 0., contaias
no mercury, and is tak ea internally, actin.,
directly upon the blood and mucous suriacei
eithesyste.n. Inbaving 1lal's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuiae. It is taken in
ternally, and mtde.ia Toledo, Oai, by F.
J. Cheney & Co. Testimonial free.
iSold by Drugtists; price, 75!. per uottle.
'1ke all's Famnily Pills 1o: constipatioln.
It takes rough tools to renove the
rust frem our hearts. So. 15.
The Present Rato Law.
The duties of te ril I n'Cit Lntersia:e
C'mm:*'e CoimIssion ar.r to correct
nii dis'riinations in railroad rates.
If it linds that an unjust rate is in
effect. the railroad is notified. If it de
e?!ns to chan::e it. the Commission Can
bring suit in Court and :f the Court de
eldes in favor of the Commissioners'
indinig, the railroad must obey, or its
oti.--ers may be brought il) for (on1
tempt of Court and summarily dealt
Wants Tip from the President.
The president received an earnest
letter to-day from a man in Cork, Ire
"I am a large investor in American
securities." he wrote, "and I hear dis
quieting rumors that you intend to
send a special message to Congress
urging a revision of the tariff. If you
do it I am a ruined man, for I am
heavily loaded up with American
stocks just now."
After begging the president to do
nothing to disturb the tariff, "for my
sake." the Cork man concluded: ''If
you must send such a message, please
cable me several days in advance, so
that I can unload."-Washington Cor
respondence New York World.
A man hardly ever knows enough to
pretend to think his wife knows more
than she does.
ni - -~
lt a woman
ae is great.
e wih r.
res received, - rt o ha ydeo
sni oIy usaeanortinrI od
iess to aCf ,r~ o.tligyum
e etrna fllowdvow vic aidtii
. wOut I/a aknik ihu
he ora~i.//E an w y-iet o
us - - \eahcC~~~nI
sadI must have nperatiow :n rIwould t
m ett )I lowend yoraie nd amo 0! n
ach".r a pain, and' I w m ife to'r you a"i
to Lydia E. khlsiVegtabslegmound
in2tou: nd oe arte."Mrs. Miary
WheLnn. Masesn, harspbecia succe
" is do n beleeiwi helpl. I
THE PULPI .
A BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON B)
THE REV. DR. H, C. SWENTZEL.
Subject: The Divinity of Christianity.
Brooklyn. N. Y.-For the first of
series of sermons on "The Religion o
Iesus Christ." the Rev. Dr. Henry C
Swentzel, rector of St. Luke's Church
Clinton avenue. near Fulton street
preached Sunday on "The :Divinity 0
Christianity." The text was from
rimothy i:11: "The Glorious Gospe
of the Blessed God." Dr. Swentze
said in the course of his sermon:
Christianity show's the credential
Pf divinity. It is not a set of doctrine
and principles which men or even th
best of them have invented, but i
professes to come directly from tLe in
finite Jehovah Himself. It is not sim
ply one among the world's religions.
It stands alone and is unique In th
manner and method of its origin. I
was not whispered into the ear of
seer by the Almighty; it is not th
result of visions; it is not the produc
f learning and piety. It comes direct
ly from the infinite God, who actuall
tdopted human nature in order that Hi
might talk with mankind face to face
t is immeasurably more divine tha:
the religion of Moses and the prophet!
because it was delivered personally b:
the incarnate Lord Himself. Thi
themes of which He treats are of sucl
tremendous moment that any solutioi
f them ought to be carefully scrutin
ized. Who and what is God? Wh<
and what is man? What is the trui
ideal for the present? What is thi
utlook for the future? What of im
mortality and heaven? To these i.
terrogatories the Lord speaks witl
tones of infallibility which popes an
synods have not dared to initiate o:
ven to claim. The author of the Ser
mon on the Mount was the eternal Soi
)f God and Iis religion is nothing les
than "the glorious gospel of the blesset
To say that jess of Nazareth is i
ivine Ieing is not synonymons witl
the error which calls Him a divini
man. There have been many divin
men-men who had a mission and .
message from the Most High, men wh
were called to lead humanity to bette
and nobler tiings; sons of men whi
were filled with God's spirit, an
counted not their life dear if it wer,
spent ir His service. prophets of re
form, propliets of liberty, prophEts 0
philosophy or literature or art. Ii
the hall of fame stand the images o
the vast army of divine souls wh
have been the champions of God
cause and the captains of His host
in every clime. In a far loftier sense
in a literal sense which warrants n
jugglery of words and no legerdemai
of metaphysics, -was Jesus Christ
God's Son. His only Son. The Chris
tian Scriptures propose this sublim,
truth which should be hailed with uni
versal acclaim. It is constantly as
sumed in the four gospels. even as i
was by Himself. that, though He wa
born of the Virgin Mary, He was still
in the later langiuage of the Nicen,
Creed, "God of God, Light of Light
Very God of Very God."
In one way or another Our Lord de
lared His diyinity time and again
He made Himself God's equal wit]
such plainness that even His enemie:
ould not mistake it. They accuse<
Him of sacrilege so strongiy that the:
wrung from Him the well-rememlbere<
reply: "Say ye to Him whom the Fa
ther hath sanctifled and sent into th<
world, Thou blasphemer. because:
said I amt the Son of God?" It is true
that He loved to speak of Himself a:
"the Son of Man," but that title realla
vas His assertion of deity. He migih
have been a son of man without bein!
a divine personage, but Hie could no
be truly the son of man unless He
were, more than all, the Son of God
It is no wonder than when the' peopl<
beheld HI-s moral perfectio'n and say
His works and listened to the truth
as they seemed to come front th
mouth of God, they asked, "Whto i
this Son of ManY' The record of th
memorable interview, which has of te>
been conspicuous in the church's re
gard, should not lightly be put asidt
The Lord said to His disciples, "Whoi
do men say that I, the Son of Mati
a m? Whom say ye that I .:m?' T hel
it was that Simon Peter made the grea
confession. "Thou are the Christ, thi
Son of the living God." In advance o
His birth the archangel gave this a:
surance to the Virgin Mother, "Tha
holy thing which shall be born of the
shall be called the Son of God." An<
when the end came and Jesus hai
breathed cut His life on the Calvar:
cross, the words of the Rloman Centi
rion were a fitting finale Cor the recor,
of His mortal career, "Truly this ma
was the Son pfGod."
The divinity of the Founder of Chris
tianity justifies the certitude of Hi
disciples. This absolute certitud
should be appreciated. W'e should wil
ingly take the Lord at His word. Au
yet He does not demand that the dit
ciples shall enslave themaselves-H
who came to make them free, to giv
them "the liberty of the glory of ti
children of God." That liberty is surt
y not a (dead letter. The Divine Mar
ter would not put shackles oa th
human intellect, Hie does not dit
courage thme c'onservatism which dif
dans to consider the present or t
look f'or a golden age in the futuri
If He be heard :aright He will stim'
late thought and investigation. Be
ter than ourselves did lHe know tin
the real advancement of the mult
tues is in harmony with ils plan
anI that the period of tl e finest piet
w~ill b~e a time of the greatest enligh
enentt. The!n divinity ofC Christ shtou
not be treated as a brutumt filme:
Rather is it a truth-a fact-w.hie
should steady and htold Christian PC,
pe amnid thte growth of ideas~ anid tI
strggle of theories. Whjitev'e' truti
may be discov'ered. wh~atever tintk
1ma' say ot' print, whmatev 'r c'onclusion
mat ensue in the intellectual worh
the Christian religion is forever trun
becuse it is no'tin less than "th
gloiouns gospel of thme blessedl God."
It is on this basis that the hones
doubter may take his stand. Doubt
arc not necessarily siful. Peopl
who never think will never dIouh
It conld scarcely he exp:'cted the
C histntity would niot e' itse itellee
al diturbances~i. It has to do large:
with mayster'is inicomtpr'ehensibie an
uniathomtable. It presents dloctrin(
v.ihi it is not al~ways en ey to rco:
cile even with the b hest ideatls of goc
enn. Ordinarily people have pool
'aining for such exalted spiritual con
'options as are presented by time So:
ft Mary.~ We are sencoled to earthly
hin:- i (. eircumtanes assian mos')t 01
r Itim nd enerI( g to ten poralI necul
Thr r ossw iti rt'e fro(
wh'o ar'e'conin cedL ta it is timi t<
brakawy fronm at rel'igioa whln
t'as insti tuted nearly 2009 years a go
there arc those who are seriously per
.ade that they knor entirelv tot
much for them to consent to accept I
Gospel of Bethlehem and Calvary. 1
Holy Sepulchre and the Mount of
ives. Of course they deny our pl
o form-they say that Jesus was i
the Son of God. To us who believe
the Lord's divinity there is this si
refuge. this safe hiding place from I
storms. When doubts arise, althou
we should do our best to dispose
them, we should remember every r
ment in the face of mysteries a
contradictions and of alleged offen:
against the intellect that the Fount
of Christianity could have made
mistake because He was the Son
Christianity is divine because of I
I divinity of the Founder, and it is I
cause of this divinity that Christian
has endured thus long and -.11 chan;
and connections and progress sh
survive until the end of time. One
t the many tokens of its heavenly chi
- acter is that it has confronted all i
- powers of darkness and has carr
the day in every struggle and on evc
field. From the outset an effort 1:
t been made to banish it fron the ft
L of the earth. More than once has
appeared that "the glorious Gospel
t the Blessed God" might possibly
- obliterated; but somehow after ea
battle the banners of the cross h
waved in triumph and God's truth 1
1 Does any one inquire respecting t
outcome? does any one cry c
"Watchman. what of the night?" T
answer is Victory, a better Christ(
1 dom, a nobler Church, a purer religi<
1 Let the winds blow and the wa,
- roar: let the powers of evil and eri
do their worst: let the advance a
achievements of the future surpass
thousandfold the knowledge and c
- quests of the past. Christianity N
- abide with ever increasing glory, I
1 it is founded on a rock, and that ro
1 is the incarnate Soil of God.
Justice Reigns Supreme.
In this God's-world. with its Wi
tvbirling eddies and mad foain-ocea:
where men and nations perish as
without law, and judgment for an 1
just thing is sternly delayed. (lost th
think that there is, therefore, no j1
It is what the fool hath said in ]
heart. It is what 1lhe wise, in all tim
r were wise because they denied. a
r knew forever not to be. I tell tl
Sain, there is nothing else but justi
a One strong thing I find here belo
the just thing, the true thing. 2
frierd. if thou hadst ail the artillk
of Woolwich trundliig at thy back
support of an unjust thing. and
finite bonfires visibly waiting alhe
of ihee to blaze centu-ies long for t
3 victory on behalf of it, I would adv
thee to call halt. to fling down t
baton and say. "In God's name, N<
The Hidden Siu.
A majestic tree fell at its prime-f
- on a calm evening, when there n
scarcely a breath of air stirring.
t had withstood a century of storms a
s now was broken off by a zephyr.
The secret was disclosed at its f.
ing. A boy's hatchet had been stri
into it when it was a tender saplii
The wound had been grown over a
hidden away under exuberant Ii
but it had never healed. There at 1
heart of the tree it stayed, a spot
decay, ever eating a little farther a
s deeper into the trunk, until at last1
tree was rotted through and fell of
own weight when it seemed to be
So do many lives fall when they se
to be at their strongest because. so
sin or fault of youth has left
wounding and consequent weakness
the heart.-Dr. J. R. Miller.
t God's Double Purpose.
God manifestly has a double purp
t ' iew in bestowing blessinigs ull
an individual, namely, the good of1
individual and the larger and wit
benefits that others may rece
thr'oughl thle individual. To Abrali
-e said, "Blessing I will bless th
and multiplying I will multiply the
sIt is ain experimental fact that ni
eare enriched in tihe best things by
parting theml to others. So it is tl
grces are enriched by leading oth
into graciouls ways of living. So ii
thait character is improved by the w<
of cha racter building in others,
truth more securely and deeply roe
it u by teaching it to others. To si
eup one's gifts and hide one's light is
imlpoveriish and darken one's own s5.
e Be in Earnest.
SThere are many human forces I
make for accomplishmencit, aiid
y greatest of these is earnestness.
i Enthusiasm is -the flash; earnestn
d the steady glow. It is that qua)
n which shines through and glorifies
simuliest deeds and plainest words.
. Earnestness improves where all
s is powerless. If you ar- in earni
e id'as will develop, plans a:ad meth
. will suggest themselves and rest
d will follow,
~No one can work earnestly unless
s a downright believer in the obj
e for which lie is workinig. alnd will
e to back it against the worll.-Selec
The Way of Freedouc.
If you will let Him wvalk with
in "our streets and sit 'with you
your offices and be wi th you in y
0 11iimes and teach you in your chure
ad abide with you as the Liv
Presence ini your hearts, you,
shall know what freedom is.
twhile you own yo3ursolves the sons
men, know you are the sons of Go
s PMhlps Brooks
I The candle is' consumed by its n
l- flame. but its exhaustion gives Ii
Ii to the wor'ld. So is he who lays bi
self on the altar of a noble self-sa
e t ie.-United Pr'esbyter'iani.
sPenvvse's Entrance into Politics.
Senator Pe-nrose, -o~f Peansylvan
mEichrated his birthday recently
hidelphia. A Philadelphian, durn
. congratulat cry call, said to him:
t "reember Penrose's entrance
- o olitics, when he was a boy or .tw<
e .y-fAmr H-I won the liking of Senal
t. aa by a quaint little speech that
It r.:le to the Reprblican leintier duri
t-.epresenta:ion~ of a peztton.
ispetition was laid before
da - by' a delegation whose spok~
aa was insufferably long evinded a
d ris Thec man talked -:o zne .S
a o. nearly an h-our. Ever: one ste
-n iurn the spee~tch, and i:. seemEd ti
1 t wou'ld ne ver end.
h -" , finally. t did end, Mr. Qi
weari . -i'ly if there~ w ere any fur
ons for th: "rnt" of the
nl'ha 'lie deleg'ates ha to '0Oj
T n'u'o "', taiul n stai and b~
I in to you!."-Loulisille- Cour'.
A pope in the pulpit is no better tl
hie lMA MEASUI
hePE RU NAUPT
- UNCLE SAM---"A J
i quired of Any Gatar
,- Been Endorsed by s4
s- and Prominent Peoph
s If you Nwould knock a stubborn muun
DS (own instead of stopping to argue witl
Id him you would save a lot of wind and
C, e muh valuable time.
W CABY ONE SOLID SORE
inl Coul- Not Shint Eyes to sleep-Fort3
n. Boiln Ifea(1-1)entS100 of Doctors
--.aby Grew Worse-Cured by
y Culicura For 3..
se "A scah bried on my baby's face,
b preadting until it complete:y covered her
' from head to foot. followed by boils, hav
ing forty oni her head at one time. and
more on her body. Then her skin started
to dry up and it became so bad she could
ell not shut he:- eyes to sleep. One month's
:IS treatment with Cuticura Soap and Oint
It ment made a comprete cure. Doctors and
1d medicines had cost over $100, with baby
growing worse. Then we spent less than
ll- S.5 for Cuticura and cured her. (Signed)
k Mrs. C. H. Tucker, Jr., 335 ;3reenfield
. Ave., Milwaukee, Wis."
fe, It isn't the rent a man pays that
he keeps him moving.
its When buying loose coffee c
atto have in his bin, how do
getting ? Some queer storie
.could be told, if the people ~
>se -speak out.
n Could any amount of mer<
her ousekeepers to use
e;the leader of all packu
ea of a century, if they had not four
m Purity, Strength, Fk
ers This popular success et LION C
is can be due only to inherent merit.
)rk is no stronger proot of merit th~
nl tinued and increasing popularity.
ted If the verdict of MILLIO!
it HOUSF.KEEPERS does not con
u. you of the merits of ION CO
* it costs you but a trifle to1
Ipackage. It is the easiest 11
3t convince yourself, and to
:e you a PERMANENT PURCHAS
LION COFFEE is sold only in 1 lb. sealed p
and reaches you as pure and clean as when it
i aycLon-head on ever pacage.
the I save these Lion-heads for valuable premiume
SOLD BY GROCER~
as --WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledc
111(1 -It's the thoroughly
of tig and the use of
I.-- - Winchester Factory L
ter pattern, penetratio
ally than any other sh
-- chester patent corrug
nt Rival" shells give tl
rim- BE SUTRE TO GET V
9W WIbb TINW
nd I LL giW gg.L~
Th-e- -be.. reeioal iled wor'ina nd
o d suy c~y~ exeireiemd
TOW Y-ckeri. Coati cnd N'iti
Sbak er yenew for ani of wet work.
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