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TilE JOYOUS LIFE
OUR REGULAR SUNDAY SERMON
A Powerful Appeal For the Higher anc
Better Life We All Should Lead.
Brooklyn. N. Y.-In Memorial Pres
byterian Church Sunday morning the
pastor, the lev. T. Calvin MeCleland.
Ph.D.. preach1 on What Is Chris
tianity'" The te-t was from Acts xix:
2: "And the same time there occurred
no small stir alKut that way." Dr.
The name Chr.stianity is not in the
Bible. Before the religion of .esus
was molded imo a creed or organized
into a church it was called simply the
Way. That was the name given it by
its friends and its foes. After Jesus
died the young men who had been Hi,;
students were asked and they asked
themselves - wvhat had Jesus given
them? He had given them wonder
ful words, but ile had done some
thing more than set them to learn
ing precepts to be repeated- lar
rot-like. He had formed them into
a circle. but tiw if': He had left
them was not a society. lie had
given them-not something to believe
nor something to join, not a creed nor
a church.- but just a way of livin.
And so they called Christianity the
In a little book called the Acts of
the Apostles we have pen pictures of
the lives of these first Christians. and
these pictures show a likeness in their
Way of living, and tnat Way they had
is marked by four characteristic's:
First. The first Christians lived as
servants of Jesus.
Second. Those first Christians lived
by the strength of Giod.
Third. Those first Christians lived
in devotion to the common duties.
Fourth. Those first Christians lived
with men as brothers.
Let us study these four points.
The first Christians had a way of aiv
ing as servants of .iesus. That is, they
took Jesus' word as la. They cvilld
themselves His "slaves;' their favor
ite name for Jesus was "Ldrd;" that
means simply. master. direc tor. elief.
It was their pass:on for Jesus which
won for then their first nicknmne. The
heathen callc-d theni "Christians." that
is, the party cortroliedi by Christ. 'Thiis
was not the nane they gave tilem
selves. Their commniOn name for thei
selves was "'he Brothers." But more
than their love for one another, their
subjection to Christ impressed thieir
pagan neighbors. and so they came to
be called Christians.
Why did they call Jesus? They had
no theology of His person. You hunt
the Acts of the Apostles fro-: begin
ning to end without finding any specu
lation about the second person of the
Trinity, or the deity of Jesus. These
speculations caine years after. At tirst
Jesus was an absolute Master. and He
.was a Master. because though He had
been crucified, H1e had risen from the
dead. Jesus had passed through death.
into life; they had not expected it, and
-in their exuberance over it what was
there to do but to make themselves
slaves of the man who had given thetm
this brand new reality? "le delivered
them, who, through fear of death were
all their lifetime subject to bondage."
And so they made that empty grave
a throne and the risen Lord sat upon
it. So the first characteristie of the
Christian way was-it liv'ed in subjee
tionl to Jestus.
The second characteristic of the first
Christians' way of living was, they be
lieved they lived by the strength of
God.I They talked about themselves
as being possessed of the spirit of Cod.
the soul of God. The Holy Spirit. the
Holy Soul spake through their lips.
mov ed in their hands, dwelt in their
hearts. This was a remarkable con
sciousness this consciousness of God
as being concerned in ev-ery detail of
being and doing. The birth of this con
sciousness, the descent of this Holy
Soul, is placed in the opening of the
story as the most memorable thing
about the way. Every individual, even
the common people. who took Jesus
for their Lord. felt that their life and
God's were all of one piece. The work
ing of this soul of God, this Holy
Spirit, was felt everywhere and in
everything. By His power they
preached. taught. healed and ordered
their outward and inward life. Every
thing the first Christians said or did
was said or done by the strength of the
The third characteristic of the first
Christians' way of living was, they
laid emphasis on the common~ duties.
T.'.e immediate followvers of Christ be
lieved, that their first business was to
do their duty. "The fruit of thc
Spirit," they said. that is, the imme
diate result of this subjection to Christ
and this union with the soul of God.
"is love, joy. p~eac-e. long suffering. ae
tleness, goodness, faith, meekness, se'lf
control." The lives that they lived in
subjection to Jesus and by the strength
of God they lived in the midst of men.
Now this characteristic of the tirst
Christians' wvay of living is all the
more remarkable when you rememb.er
that these men were for the most part
Jews. They had been brought up to
believe that religion was sumumed up
in exact observance of eeeksiastical
f'orms. A Jew's religion consisted of
the offering of certain prayers in a cer
taiin way, at certain times of the da:.'
of v'arious washings of the hands. of
prescribed visits to the temple. with
prescribed gifts for each visit, To per
form these and a thousand other eere
monies was to be religious. and the
per'formance of these things took pre'
eedence of all else, F'or instanc'e. it
was grantedi by the JTews that it wtas a
duty to honor fatimr and mother. but,
sinc'e the comma ndmaent requirin g thi s
was the fifth. it r'aniked not so high as
the first. which required of man that
he should sacr'ati' to God. The'refore.
if one had only' elnough to buy the pro
per sacrifice for' God. lie was war
ratdin letting the parent starve and
togi th eml offering. Now it
was men brougiht upcn this idea ofre
ligion whoa suddenly turned the tabiles
an laid the empllhaisi on commnoni duty.
It wxere bettecr to be ('haritable ihan to
lavxe the gift o' pr'ophecy, aye. better
than to have a faith that could remove
W\hen the feel :g of the lordship of
Jesus anid thme union: with Giod's Spit
gZot oni the n!rve t'' f' the new ('onverits
and let ti'sma : extravagalnt other
woiiness. word~ e-ume from a ul'eait
and undeiled was sm'ed up an vis
iting the faith~e ies ad widows anid ini
* keeping thems'elves unspotted. This
new way wvas on" - life. of the eternal
kind of life. 1 1 as~ liv ig the ci er
nal kind of afi tile lidlst of tin,
living it in subjection to .15i u by he
Christia:s' way of ivin a.A
treated: lmn 0s bro'ut hrS. Tis wa the 2'
one tl:inig which, necxt to their ' rful
s ervitudie of ('hrist. moti; rse
pagani. how? t hese Chris *ians lxv n
anoth'." Fro the very trist they'~
walked in the lvay. They' di' 'lot
loo upn ohermeni as mere tools for
selfish uratification, as mere means for
lon j e-na~m oth e nm1n m.nha
intrasts. they fouind joy in their suc
cesses andi pain in tir revv:- S.
The ('histias 1irst :.:fis t or t
sves was "The Brcl rs. Amd so
fill of ofhis dea o! iiroth'rh!Ood were
ib ly that. irs1 ofT. they we:t daIft ovr
: an! hoglit it involved ,o:mmnin-sun.
Eae aInI,. t 1 sold I 1 1 is esions a d
po) 0'-d the( l(. ocds and let tile ples
distribult the fund as ea(h brothIei
had need. "Not one1 of tliemi. said that
m ,ht he pos.;essed was his own, but
they had all things in counnol." It did
no: rake them iong to tinc out that
broth:-rh9od involvcs i1o s:vl1es5 level
in. down of everythin "gr and everybody,
that it involves elder -aid youlger,
stronger and weak , larger and
smaller. But. though they had aban
doned this experiment. they conserved
the fundamental principle of mutual
servie(- and brotherly anion. They
liv(d a way which had as its motto.
"Bazr ye one another's burdens."
Christiaiity meant walking in the
"Road of the Loving Heart."
These, then. were the characteristics
of the Christian way as the first Chris
tialus unide-stood it-it was a life of
subjectioni to .Je-sus. a life lived by the
strength of God, a life -f devotion to
tduty. a life of love to brother man.
Aud this is Christianity. :nd it can be
nohking else-living your iia ily life at
the call of duty in aillegai!ace to theC
Lordship of Jesus, with a nersonal
consejousness of God as a Fathier arnd
fellow 1 man as brothei.
A day (-.tmne to ChriSti-inity when it
mlealnt mixore than this. The day of in
quiry cane. when ChrlstiLanity was
brought into conflict with other cults,
adI tlen Christianity got itself a ereed.
The day of systematic -vamelization
camiie. whei Ch'ristiality hal lost liet
tirst leaders and had to inakf new ones
out of the raw material found aimong
the new converts. and then Christianity
got itself e(nergy an1d organized itself
into the church. 'Put tirst and funda
mentally was what its Foanler left it,
and what its lpathfinders made it-a
way of living the daily life in allegiance
to -the Lordship of the ris n Christ,
wil a peronral consittiousna&s of God
A3 t Famer and o'sI f'eliows as
bro i h( rs. And tis i he irst ald
must he 1r , "flnt ( i tIP! 11maed byv
]very 110 l 0 1 1*, if t t is 1 ). tle 1 ll(]
vitail religion. It must b... iirst of all,
ju::t a1 wa.4y of living. Tth" daily- life.%
"A man beisTo have 't and con.
tinuets to be a possesso:r .,f i- when, inl
hli,, homel . in Thle sircr enar. inl tit(, hotel]
and shop and legislative cliamber he
maI-kes himself the suiject f JTesu
anI1d fcels himself to hi t~e son et
God and the brother of every last fel
low mortal who has a clilu. on what
God has given hin of healti. wealth,
education. friendishiip and spiritual Iife.
To e-erv man who livs in this way
there may -oie a creed. There comes
a 'ime to every mtn whn lie inquires
of the solemn face of life. and (God
and Christ what they are. And the
answver whcli cones to his owi inimost
soul throtugli his personal experience
will be tlls iman's ereed. And to every
earnxest soul who lives in tim way there
will cone a church. As he seeks the
conditions of his own best way of
living, as he renees out to help 1is
ltrothers in their pilgrinmge. he will
(tiscover that there is power iin :ss;o
ciation. a dynmieiic in organizul follow
shi and thus he will reioice iin the
glorious (omtpany and il entr 11i1C
operative fellowship with all WhIo own
th:e risen Lord.
But with all the ereed aind in all the
eomunlity with other believers. re
ligion will still be this andI this only
living one's daily life of common dtuty
with Jesus as a Master,' wil ' God as a
F'ather atnd with men as brothers. Thec
1creed and the church wiill be the out
ward expression and tools of the thing,
but not the thing itself. The man wvho
lives in the way will see how a man
may be aide to give assent to th-e creeds
of Christendom and yet lie out of the
way, Hie wiiill realize that a man may
be baptized into the faith of Rome,
or confirmed in the Episcopal denom
ination. or received into the Presby
ter-ian church, and yet be forewanidered
from Christ. And he will discovor
how. though a man be unablg to stib
scribe to any formula of faith, and
though lie be disallowed the prIvileges
of church membership, if lie foliowed
in the way, if he live his daily life
with .Tesus as a Master. God as hiis
Feather and men as his brethren, he is
still a friend of the risen Lord.
What is a Christian? A man whc
doth the same things as other good
maen, but withl a dierent motive. a dif
ferent method. adifferent aim. The
method is by the strength of the imu
maninent God. The aim is for the lovc
For the Quiet Hour.
"I an m.xan say that lhe auts no sin,
he't dece'vrth himself and the truth is
n ot in him i."
V inehmlent to Christ :s the only se
(ret of dletachmen(-lt froim the world.
\.1 J. Gorden.
It was.i tie vision of the pecrfection! 01
Chis.t wich'i muade miv realize my owil
deept' sifulness.-T. Campb dell Morgani
Pray'er wil! (ituse :a m::n to ireast
from 'sinning even as sin will cautse :1
m:;nI to ce:se fromt jirayinlg.-i ranecd
)ine thlin iir s tcar to mae. th:: nio ini
t'ulg-en(e ofI passion~ destroys tin. spir
itul: nlatur" sit mutch as : -snt'abIc
world byv attending propt'riy toth
ntxt. lindeeid. it is only by that imeam
that we ian understadn or se'e thi5
God the Comtforter.
Theony :na 1comforeit is God, andC
He" rlieed the soil always inl itssu
regresthesoul lby its suffer'ing. by~
Himseuclf 'vlhichl eould onily comtI
ti Iroim h thait Stt2uSphere of pin:.
IKILLED SALMON WITH RIFLE.
Sculptor Tefft Shot It While One
Hand Held the Rod.
The open season for sea salmon on
: he Penobscot riveir began tvwo weeks
ago. bitt tihus far only one fish has
b een taken fronm the onec. fanmous
IBanger Poa!. Charles E. Tefft. the
Ne orkc sctulptor. was the lucky fish
He had whinped :he rapidS Lelow
Bangor dam: aUl the afternoon and had
bc-gun to think he had wasted is
time, when. just at dusk. there cante
a sttdden flash, a vicious strike and
he had a big salmon fast. Being inex
periencetd in salmton fishinrg. '\lr. Tefft
had neither gaff nor net. and there
was no shoal water near. He had in
the boar a small target rifle, and. af
ter playing the big fish fon 'en minl
e1 s he sneere deiit iti in liligt. roid
n2 one aanti and iotinthng the rifle with
the other. Although the boaa was
totssinr ab:ott in thet ntoughi water, he
hii~ed the salrmon with the first shot,
the bullet passing through its heah.
The salmon weighted twenty-two
'jounds.-New York Sun.
Pfits of the Packers.
There has bteen a great <.e:l of dis
appointment lecause t,e Garfield re
port shows that tihe* profits of the pack.
ing industry only amount ..o about Twi.
per cent. on the volluine of imisiieis
*ransaeted. There is no doubt. how
(ve.r. that the report is correct.
The census reports compiled by th(
Governmenit in 1)O, before the igita
tin regarding the "beef trust" began
throw considerable light on this ques
tion. It appears from the census thal
lie packing industry is condicted on
smaller margin of gross profit than an
other industry in America. The gros
margin of p[ofit of S71 flour and gris
mills in Illinois. in the census year
was nearly seven per cent. on the vol
ime of business. The gross margin o:
tifty-one wholesale slaughtering an
imeat packing establishments in Illinoih
was only about one-third as large. or
little liore than two per cent. on the
volume of business.
The millers have not been accuse
of being in a "trust." and coubina
tions would seem impossible in a busi
ness where there are several thousam
I mills in the United States competint
at1 ively for the flour trade, but it ap
pears that the gross protits of the iuil
ers are larger than the gross profits o!
the p:ckers. It may turn out that th
agitation regarding the packing indus
try will show the samlle result as ih1
devil found in shearing the pig: "1l
squeal and no wool."
A nice thing about marrying mone:
is everybody envies you so much mor
than you do yourself.
Why, when buying a book, are we in
fluenced by the author's name? Wby b3
an artist's if we purchase a picture?
Why do wise buyers insist upon having
a reliable name on nearly everything the)
It is because the name attached is the
safeguard of the buyer - a protectior
against the Talmning off of inferior articles.
Tis "name guarantee " we all look for ii
the most important things we buy, anc
what can be more important than oui
Everybody knows that all intelligeni
housekqeepers are very particular aibout the
buying or thii-s to eat and drink. and no
body realizes it more than the up-to-dati
grocer. who caters to the wants ot his cas
For instance. every real grocer know.
the reason :or the universal popularity o
JiON Cm::-. lhe leader of all packagt
coffees. He knows that its uniform purit3
and hi:.h ;aity have made it welcome ir
millions of American homes for over
quarter ot a century.
Realizing this he cannot b-: hand it oul
cheeriu::v when asked ic- it. Ile know.
that the people acclept the packagc as
guarantee of the contents.
Yet there may be a few grocers left wh(
do not recognize that the buyer-not tI
sc!er-bas the right of choice, and they
mar want to sell their loose coffee (whc
knows what it is. or where it came from?
instead o: LtoN COFFEE. which the cns
tomer asks for, and the meiits of whiel
In such cases the wisest advice is
"Change your dealer."
It's queer how a. woman will believ
everything in a historical novel an
doubt an encyclopedia.
FIT.tpernanently oured. No fi-sornervou.
ness after fir-. davs use of Dr. Kline's G'reat
NerveiResto rer.2trial bottleaud treatise fret
Dr. R. H. KU.t:;m-. Lrd..931 Areh St.. l'hila.. Pa
-:ngand ias iust built the bigaest trool
silip in the world.
TLa-iin Can Wemr shoe
One size smaile:- atter usin: Allen's Foo5
E~ase, a powder. It makes tight or new shoe:
easy. Cures s wollen, hot, sweating. achin::
leet. ingrowirnt na~ils. corns and~ bunions. A:
all druggists and shoe stores, 2lie. D~on't ac
cent any substitute. Trial packate FREE by
mail. Address. Allen S. Olmsted. Lelboy. N.Y.
In .\orway servant girls hire icr halif
year at a time.
Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Childrex
t eethiqg. soften the gunms.reduces in flamma,
tion~allays pain,eureswind colic, 25c.a bottle
London. England. lays out for poor relie
$22.000.000 a year
Piso's Cure is the best medicine we ever useJ
b r all affections ot throat and lungs.--WE
0. ENDSLET, Yanburen. Ind.. Feb. 10, 1900.
Stealing bicycles nas become prcvaien1
mn Birmingham. England.
Itch cured in 30 minut.s by Woolfordi
Sanitary Lotion. Never Y'ails. Sold by al
drgiss 1. Mail orders promp':lv fillet
byDr. E. Detchon. Crawfordsville, In d.
A diamond mine in South Africa yieldet
$5 2u every muiute last year.
UNSIGHTLY BALD SPOT
Caused by Sores on Neck-Merciless Itch
ing For Two Years Made Him Wild
-Another Cure by Cuticurai.
"For two years my neck was covered
with sores, the humor spreading to mis
hair, which fell out, leaving an unsightl3
bald spot, and the soreness, inflaarnmatioi:
andl merciless itching made mne wild
Friends advised Cutieura Soap and Gint
mnent. and after a icew applications the tor
met ubosidedl. to my great joy. Thue sorel
soon disappeared, and my hair grew again
as thick and healthy as ever. I shall al.
ways recommenid Cut icura. (Signed) H.
J. Spalding, 10l4 W. 104th St., N. Y. City.'
The fun of .pretending to like ope:1
more than vaudeville is that our friend:
pretend to believe us.
An Ex-Chiler. uustice's Opinion.
Judge 0. E. Lochrane, of Greorgia. in
letter to Dr. Bi.g.'-rs, states that he neve:
siuffers himself to lbe without a bottle of Dr
iggers' H~ucklebel'rry Cordial for the relie1
of all bowel troubles, Dysentery, Diarrhoea
Sold by all Druggists. 25 and 50e. bottle.
A REGULAR WIZARD.
Mrs. Gaygirl-Yes: I miarried mny
husband after a two days' acquaint
Prof. Wisedog-And how long be
fore you were divorced?
Mrs. Gaygird-Why, how did yot
know I was divorced?
J. W. Walls, Super
intendent of Streets
of Lebanon, Ky.
"My nightly rest was broken, owing
to irregular action of the kidneys.
was sugering intensely from severn
pains in the small of my back and
through the kidneys and annoyed b3
painful passages of abnormal secre
tions. No amount of doctoring relievet
this cotdition. I took Doan's Kidne:
Pills and experilenced quiet: and lastint
relief. Doatn's Kidney Pills will pror'
a blessing to all sugferers from kidnEh
disorders who will give thema a fni
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
proprietors. For sale by all druggists
ChIckens Flew Through Plate Glats.
Frightened by the ringing of the
village school bell, two prairie chick
ens that had taken refuge in the tow
er flew out as straight and swift nF
an arrow to the opposite side of the
street. where the leading bird with
great velocity hit a heavy piate-glass
stone window and, going through it
like a bullet through a target, dropped
dead on the floor, at a distance of
twenty feet from the window, says a
Wolsey, S. D., dispatch.
The chicken went through the glass
with sufficient force to cut a hole s:.x
inches in diameter. Its companicn
struck the side of the hole. making it
larger and falling inside with the
shattered pieces of glass.
The second prairie chicken appar
ently was not badly injured, for it
swiftly recovered itself and escaped
through the hole which it had en
For the Summer Couttrge.
The willow porch and cottage fur
titure is unusually attractive tliis
year. Not only are the designs pleas
ing. but the colors are cxcellent and
in the greatest variety. Scaling-wax
red enamel is one of the favorites
this -season. A set of these red chairs
with a round table to match would
be charming for tea on the lawn.
Huge red lawn umbrellas are also to
be had. No other color makes such
a good appearance out of doors. T'he
combination, of bright red, the green
of the grass and the varying tones of
the shrubbery and flower beds is
most delightful. Porch furniture in
general-that is. where the establish
ment does not boast an army of serv
ants-should be waterproof material.
Bamboo is e:.dllent. Porch swings
of this wood are rapidly superseding
the old fashioned hammock. which al
ways had to be taken in when
showers came. The swings are
rather expensive, but they can b3
made at 'home for very little, provided
sonic member of the household is
handy with tools. Waterproof cush
ions and rugs are now among porch
conveniences.-New York Eveing
Two Wills Almost Identical.
There was something peculiarl3
touchirg about two wills which havc
just been filed for probate: the twc
instruments being those of husbant
and wite. and as near identical ir
terms as Dossible.
Each bequeathed everything to th(
other, except in case (f previous de
mise, when grandcihdren were namec
the heirs. The two wills were drawr
the same day. witnessed by the sam(
parties. and drawn in the same hand
Husband and wife died within a fey
days of each other, almost exactly ter
years later. The narr.es of the testa
tors were John W. Blades and' Mar)
A. Blades.-Jeffersonville correspond
ence Indianapolis News.
The man who does not fear failure
seldom has to face it.
Cures Eczemoa. Itching Hiumors.
Especially for old, chronic cases take
Botanie Bliood Balm. It gi-ves a healthy
blood supply to the affected parts, heals all
the sores. eruption seabs. seales: stops the
awful itching and burning of eezema, swell
ings. sappurating, watery sores, etc. Dirug
gists $l per lar-ge bottle-. 3t bottles $2.30. 6
bottles 55.00, express prepaid. Sample free
and piepaid by writing Blood Balm Co., At
lanta. Ga. Describe trouble and free medi
cal advice sent in sealed letter.
Either the man who runs an auto
mobile has a lot of money or he owes
Marketmng t'o:--to Crop,,.
In lire with the dAassie case -of the
oyster shiippers, citedl 1b President
Hledley of Yale University in his book
Onl Railroad Tranisportation, is the case
of the Aroctcok potato growers
brought by President Tuttle of the
Boston & MIaine Railroad before the
Senate C'ommittee on Interstate Comn
meree. Nothing couid better show how
a railroad works for the interest of
the localities whtieh it serves
A ma in dependence of the farners of
the Aroostook region is the potato
c:op. :;g~rregating annually eight to
ten mijlli(:i bushels whi:(h lind a ma~r
ket i:trgely in Itoston anid the~ adjneett
thic-kly settled regions of New Engr
Ia iA. The comupet ition of cheap water
tranportatioGn from~ Maine to all points
along the New England coast keeps
raiitroad f: aight rates on these potat
toes alwvays att a very low level.
P'ota toes are al so a considerab):e oult
put of tihe trutck farms: of Michigan,
timhir notrumal mariket 1bei ng obtained in
a:;d through Det roi t an Ch(Iiicago and
o~horcommui's of itat region.
Not n::any years ago fatvorimi sun and
ri i:ranughit a 1 im:-ndous yield of
pontoes fro :n 11i:e Mi-:higani tields. At
notmal rates oid p es thietre would
hmve lien a giut '4 f etcstomaryi ma:r
k"is and tile pin~iosvould inave rot
ted ont the lfarL:s. To hi'2l1 U'e potato
mnade lnupr(Cei:em:ily lowv rates on
po1)Cos to 1' v8ry renehnide marke;ct
ev-en earro th:m in large alunntirs
to at place -u remote as 11oston. Tfhe
Arostoo row -s had to reduce the
(3uid not di 'pos of th em unless the
g ~ 'o V ICnn ai Irodi reduIced its
iri,; I .v ::1 V w hc h an d i . -
sibl lo: 171 I tie hroi t nrous of
boin -. 1i a d M i (ii i il~
h . v d spile which the trail
roads brout ' to thiem. If the madkinug
of ran. weri subiject to Govermultentai
dju-tawnim .t:'n radiueat :nd promtl
.i n ould '. ever1 havem bee Ctaf 1kei:.
ra l n'e rCteucd by a raiirnom!
. In 'a cannot hn restored thr'ougih
sujeeld to G;overiinntal lui:ialon
thy' would hav f1it obibredl to keep
p theit rates aIs do the railroads of
Frantce indl England anid Germany ill
der Gov erinenttal limitatiou and jet
nh otatoes rot.--Exchanige,- -
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Any country iome, store. hotel,
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require little care. do the work
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Complete plant costs no more than
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Send for booklet, "After Sun
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To better advertise the South's Leading lief.
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c oo6an Follows Trial
'When bi'y ing loose coffee or anything you grocer happens
to have in his bin, how do YOU know What you are
getting 7ADSome queer stories about coffee that is sold in bulk,
could be told, if the people bho handle it (grocers), cared to
Could any amount of mere talk ha e persuaded millions Of
housekeepers t u e
the leader of all paekage coffees for over a quarter
of a century, if they had not found it superior to all other branc in
purity, Strengtshs, Flavor and UniforMiy?
This popular success of LION COFFEE
can be due oni to inherent alerit. There
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youl nyh mits of mere talFF hE, prud iloso
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Memphis, Teu, Dallas, Tex.
er sex, sed asaduhe is areolysuc
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Paxtine is in powder form to be dissolved in pur
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TOiLET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggists, 50 cents a box.
Trial Box and Book of Instructions Free.
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