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Colonel Arthur L. Hamilton,
of the 7th Ohio Volunteers, 259
;odal%,sireet, Columbus, 0.,
tes: -"As a remedy for ca
tarrh and stomach trouble 1
oaritlly .recommend Peruna."
rs.1 Kamilton, wife of the
gallant Colonel, is an ardent
friend of Peruna also.
For Constipation. Biliousness, In
digestion. Sour Stomach, Colic,
Dizziness. Headache and anything.
caused by a disordered Liver.
" That Drowsy Feeling "
by putting your digestive organs
to work, increasing your appetite,
and. in fact, makes you feel like a
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Specii sts. Box 6 Atlanta. Ga.
State Iiusuralw-e Commnissioner Da
vid Martin andl lu1ternnl:i Revenue (Col
a lector William Mc( oaclh arec the lates.t
eonverts to M-vor Wealver's band of
reform in Philadelphia.
WASTED TO A SHADOW;
But Found a Care A fter FIfteen Yee
of Huff ering.
A. H. Siotts. messenger at thet
State Capitoi. Coluumbus. 0., says:
"For fifteen yeari
- I had kidney troui.
* bles. and though
JE"'' could rnot find a
e ( cure. I lu-ad heavy
'im/)!headachaes arnd terri
bL'e urinaryv diso
ffWM ders. One day I
collapsed, fell in.
M F - sensible on the side
walk, and- then
wasted away M~ bed for ten weeks.
After being given up, I began using
Doan's Kidney- Pills. In a couple of
months I regained my old health.
and now weigh 188 pounds. Twelve
boxes did it, and I have been well
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Dr. R. L. (hiles. a prominent Nor
folk physieinn, is under arrest. accus
eI of performing a crimnal operation
oi a voni woman.
Charles B. Lockhart. a voung mar
ried man oft Riclmoid. IS accutised of
attemptei aailt ,in a 14-year-old
.John Alexander Dovie. (if Zion
City. is re- ported to be in feeble health
ai the question o'f h1is successor is
a rousing mnuehi disseinsion.
CALMED RAGING OF THE OCEAN.
Oil Poured From Vessel Made a Min.
-I am one of the few tourists." he
said. "who ever saw the sea oiled in
a storm. i'll tell you how they did it.
"The oil was stored in big zinc
tanks. where it served as ballast. It
only cost a cent or so a gallon. for it
was refuse. a mixture of whale oil,
vegetable oil and petroleum.
"When the hurricane struck us and
tM ship was like to founder in the
surging, boiling foam the captain
turned a valve and through sluices
on either side of the ship some fifty
or sixty gallons of oil flowed out upon
"The effect was like magic. The
oil made a prismatic skin over the
water ;n all sides. The foam disap
peared. We floated in a millpond
about 200 yards square and without
this dark calm millpond roared the
"It only took about two minutes for
all this to happen.
"We sailed onward. The rocking
ceased. The seasick heaved sighs of
relief. For a half hour the oil stayed
with us. a solid skin of beautiful hues.
Then it broke up and sailed away in
patches of every size.
"The storm raged two hours.. We
oiled the sea four times. It was an
China's Bows and Arrows.
Though an attempt was made two
years ago to abolish bows and arrows
as the national wea'ons of China the
work has only been accomplished
within the last few weeks. The im
perfal archers have existed up to the
time the royal edict put them out of
business about a month ago. The em
peror's decree is as follows: "Our dy
nasty was established by means '>f the
bow and arrow and the art is still
therefore kept up in the examination
of oficials and the drilling of troops.
Lately, however, military science has
improved and weapons are being mod
ernized every day and we must imi
tate the martial spirit of our ances
tors by using our best endeavors to es
tablish a strong government. Here
after the princes, dukes and ministers
of the eight banners must all earnest
ly practice military art and attain the
utmost proficiency. which will leave
no time for the observance of mere
forms, and we order all officials ia fu
ture not to carry the bow and arrow
when they attend state ceremonies.
rsor are imperial bodyguards or the
palace guards to use them, but the
best weapons must be provided for
them. Let the board of war draw ur
the necessary regulations for the prop
er testing of military efficiency for the
Isoldiers and let the said board report
Butterflies as Investments.
Butterfly collectors are seldom able
to estimate with any confidence the
value of their collections, since the
prices for specimens so constantly
vary. A case in point is that of the
blue butterfly of Brazil, specimens of
which were originally sold for from
$50 to $75. Not long ago some col
1 lctors who supplied the London mar
ket ran into a perfect swarm of these
butterfies andi shipped to England
such quantities that better speci
mens than the original insects are sold
for $1 each.
TIt not infrequently happens that two
or three specimens of a certain family
are discovered by collectors, who, en
couraged by the high prices received
for thet- finds, are tempted to prose
cute their search for this particular
variety without results for several
years. Suddenly they or some other
collectors find the insects grown plen
tiful, and the cherished varieties of
the cabinet become among the corn
PASSINC OF PORR;DCE.
Makes Way For the Bletter IFood of a
"Por-itige is no longer used for
breakfast in my home." wr'ites a loyail
Briton from Huntriisvilie. Ont. This was
an admission of no small significance
to one' "brought upi" on the time-hon
"One mionthi ago." she continues. "I
hm:ghit a packagie of Gr ape-Nuts fond
for my husharnd, who had been an in
valid for over a year. IHe had passed
through a: severe attack of pneumonia
a nd ia giippe comineud. and was left
in a very bad condition when they
-!tideverything~ for his benefit.
Ist nothing seemed to do him any
good. Monthi followed month and- he
still remalined aIs weak as ever. I was
almost discouraged about him when I
got the Graepe-Nuts, but the re-ult has
coplensated mue for my anxiety.
"In the otie month that lie has eaten
GrapeNuts he has gained 10 pounds
in weiahit. his strength is rapidly re
t uning to him, and he feels like a new
man Now we all eat Grape-Nuts fo~'l
and are the better for it. Otm little 5
yar-old boy, who used to suffer from
paine in the stomach after eating the
od-fashiocned porridge, has no more
trouble sincee he begaun to use Grape
Nuts. and I have no more doc-tor's bills
to pay for him
"We use Gra pc-Nuts with only sweet
ream ni d find it the most tasty dish
in our' hill of fare.
"Last Monday I ate 4 teaspoonfuls of
Gr(ape-Nuts and cream for breakfast,
r .ibig olse. then se't to work and got
myv morning's work done by 9 o'clock,
and felt less tired. niuch stronger, than
if I had made my breakfast on meat.
otatoes. etc-.. as I used to. I wouldn't
he' without Gr-ape-Nuts in the house
for any money." Name given by Pos
turn Co:. Battle Creek. Mich. There's
Rtead the little book "The Ioad to
THE SUNDAY. SCHOOL
INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS
FOR NOVEMBER 26.
Subject: Abstinence For the Sake o,
Othere, I. Cor. x.,:ta.33-Golten Texl
1. Cor. x., 12-Memory Verses, 31-3,
-Coinmenitary on the Day's Leson.
In verse.,- 14-22 Paul resui-nos the (s,
eussion from vhapter 8:13 tu'hing the
eating of meats which had )(.e"n offercd
in sacrifice to idols. In the lesson be.
fore us we have soie practical diree
tions on th1is subjct.
I. The duty of living for others (vs
23. "All things are lawful." I mia.
lawfully eat all kinds of food. but al
are not expedient. It would not be be
coming in me to eat of all. because ]
should by this offend and grieve man
weak minds. Though it may be ad
mitted that it is strictiy lawful to ea
meats offered to idols, yet there ar<
strong reasons why it is Inexpedient
and those reasons cught to have th,
binding force of law. "Not expedient.'
And so, being unprofitable and injur
Ious. may thereby becone unlawful
"Edify not." All things do not t.'n(
to build up the cause of Christ. an
therefore are not expedient. 24. "Ih
own." Let no man consult his owi
happiness. pleasure or convenience
but let him ask what will be for ti
good of others. No rule is laid dowl
about eating or not eating any kind ol
food as- : matter o' importance inl it
self. Witi such things the gospel l1,
no coneern. What Paul d(oes prescrib
relates to the effect of our conduct upoi
others. Let every man live not;foi
himself, but for every part of the grex
human family with which he is sutr
rounded. "Another's wealth." "Bu
each his neighbor's good."-R. V. Thh
will cause true happiness.
II. The duty of guarding the weal;
(vs. 25-30). 25. 'Is sold." The meatV
of idol sacrifices were often exposed t<
sale in the markets especially by thi
priests, when they had on hand a sur
plus. To the Christian this was a.
lawful as any other meat. -Sham.
bles." The meat stalls in the market
"Asking no question." The Jews wer(
vexed with innumerable scruples witt
respect to their eatirg and were acs
tomed to ask many questions abow
their food, as to where it was obtained
how prepared. etc.: all of these scruplei
and questionings the gospel abolished.
26. "Earth is the Lord's." See Psa.
24:1. This meat belongs to the Lore
and is made for man's use. It does no1
belong to the idol, even though it has
been offered to it. It may therefore be
partaken of as God's gift. 27. "Bid
feast." This refers to a feast in a pri.
vate house. In verscs 14-22 the apostlt
severely rebukes the practice ,)f eating
at feasts in heathen temples. becausE
this was one part of idolatrous wor
ship. If a pagan friend invite a Chris.
tian to his home to dine he should ea1
what is set before him without vexing
his host with questions about his food.
But there is nothing here commanded
whieh would require a person to eat oi
drink that which is harmful.
28, "Say unto you." That is. if one
of your fellow guests should display
scruples of conscience, or a heathen
should be likely to draw the inference
that you approved of idol worship, this
altogether alters the case. You are nc
longer simply eating with thankfulness
the food set before you as the gift of
God, but the question of' idolatrous
worship of idols as permissible to a
Christian. 29. "For why." etc. This
verse and the next as a little obscure.
The meaning seems t9 be that "no man
has a right to interfere with the liberty
enjoyed by another. save so far as his
own conscience and conscientious con
victions are likely to be affected there
by." We must guard the point of
yielding to another's conscience, for
we may by obeying a man's false con
science confirm his self-conceit, or es
tablish a false morality. 30. "If I by
"race" "If I partake with thankful
III. The c'orr'ect rule of conduct (vs.
:3L "Eat, or dr'ink." Th.: glory of
God is to be the end of all our actions.
In themselves eating and drinking are
+hings indifferent, but there are cir
cumstances in which they may be mat
ter's of the highest impor'tanace. In o ir
own day, for instance. the question of
using or . abstaining from intoxicating
liquors is one which ought to be dlealt
with on the same rincfliples which Paul
has laid dQyen in this chapter. Such a
(luestion should be decided on one
ground alone, namely, whether by
ing them or abstaining from them 'e
shall best promote the glory of God.
"Do all." This requires that we should
plan and or-der our whole life In ac
cordance with God'a law. "Gior-y of
God." To live to God's glory should be
the higil aim of every individual. This
is a sufficient rule to regulate every
man's c-onsecince and~ pr-actice.
3:. "Give none ofcense." See II. V.
Though you may be no better or worxse
for eating iunt or not eating, yet if
your conduct injures othlers and leads
them into sin you should abstain en
tirely. It is far more important that
yotur brothler shlould not be l-ed into sin
than that you shotuld partake of meat
which you acknowledge is ja itself of
no importance. Tfhis is a generial pr'in
(iple which should regulate Christian
condtuct at all time. "Jews." The
apostle ever avoided offense to hliS
kinsmen after the flesh. "Gentil('s."
Crossing none of their prejudices where
God's law does not require it.
:A. "Please all men." Hie did thisq
so fair as lie could righteously. "May
be saved." Hiis i in object was to
selk tihe salvation of all men. This
wals the end~ in viewc. Salvation ('nn1
les men to set asnle their own wayIS
in order to uplirt another. Strife over
non-essentials destroys r'ather tha:n
builds up the work of God.
Japan's purchases from the United
States in the fiscal year just closed
amounted to $51 .724,720.
The future historian- of the United
States will have abundantly inter-est
ing reading when h~e tackles the pri
vate cables which, within the last 6(
days, passed between President Roose
volt, King Edward of England, the
German Kaiser, President Loubet ol
the French Republic. the Czar and
tile Mikado. Some of .these cables
t is statcd, are of an exceedingly
personal nature. but they show, it is
aded, the persistence of President
Roosevelt, accompanied by remarks
as to sotund financial and economic
sense. and they display also, it is as
serted,. the kindliness of England's
King and the helpfullness of the Ger
man Emperor and of the President of
he French Republic. Incidentally. it
s averred. continues the New York
Sun. some of the cables give momen
ary evidlences of testines on the part
f the Czar and the Mikado. These
>rivate cables will be tucked away in
he secret vaults of the State Depart
ent at Washington and will not see
he light of day unftil all the great
ctors in the peace climax have gone
o eternity and a future Bancroft is
armittoda to handle. them.
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Parish Clerk's Record.
The Yarmouth (Eng.) Parish Maga
zine claims that Mr. E. J. Lupson, the
parish clerk in that town, has a rec
ord unparalleled in the Church of Eng
,land. Appointed forty-two years ago,
he has served under seven vicars, and
since 1863 has been absent from Yar
mouth only on'ce in 2,162 Sundays,
while temporary indisposition has pre
vented the performance of his duty
In the parish church on but three
other occasions. He has attended
11,942 marriages, and has "given
away" the bride on 1,204 occasions.
These marriages were solemnized by
218 different clergymen. Mi'. Lupson
still performs his duties with all the
alertness of a man twenty years
Reflections of a Bachelor.
Ini an argument most men shout so
foudly that \-ou can 't hear thejir ideas.
A girl is about as mnod.est as she
can everi hope to become if sihe will
admit there is one other girl in low-n
as pr-etty as she.
MAJORITY CF PATIENTS WOMEN
Mfrs. Pinkbam's Advice Saves Many
IFrom this Sad and Costly Experience
It is a sad but
true fact that
Sbrings an in
crease in the
, tions performed
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o ur hospitals.
fourths of the
c fiss uela Adams - patients lying
on those snow1
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Every one of these patients had
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womb., and if not heeded the trouble
'ill make headway until the penalty
has to be paid by a dangerous opera
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ness at best, while in many cases the
results arc fatal.
The following letter should bring
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Adams.of the Colonnade Hotel, Seattle,
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
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avce Adaa m, Lynn. Masa..
ITCH ING SCALP HU.MOR
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it. (Signed) Ada C. Smith, 309 (rand Sr.,
Jersey City, N. J."
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Our cataloe T is now ready for mnailin:r. The inok .ontams 1.2 pa-res and illnstrates over s:10 articles
Diamo~nds. Gold and Silver .Jewelry. Leather. Ebony. Toilet Gioods..w ate:.s, .sin..s. -J atie Ware.t-'et
We can give the best service pussible,. we guarantee every article we soli ;we- assame all rl.sa::wretr
your mone~y if you aslt it. .Mlst imnportat of al,. we save you one third of y . purchase inoney by selling
"Direec trom n'orkshop." Buyine f rom us yoo save the protits of the luboe~r. tee wnolesaler and rt'aaler.
For ten years we have been llinsr orders by mtail to the entire satialaction of thousands of cuzstumners
W ewteey leronrsi jel . 1.rypersun who in-ends to make a holiday ~lt, to hava
coyo urutiful catalog-sent post paid upon receip t .t your asdes W tRTE 3 o .
C BAIRD-NORTHb COMPANY, 320 Essex Street, Salem, Mass.
6TH ERNZM Co
CHMOND, conts for aPremium
Woman's Coat of Arms
ing Powder, the absolutely pure and reliable leavener,
d cooks. You can count on a spoonful to go just so
d bank on your baking being crisp, light and tempting
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3to every woman's interest to purchase this reliable brand instead '
2s. It is sold at an honest price-ro cents for a pound can.
ket-about 300 per cent.-every time the baking powder can is empty.
ecoupons found on back of each can we will send you useful and
For list and pictures of
>onnd inside each can. THsa cOUPON ON LASEL op Evsrr CAN
tto have Good Luck ====iN CUiToNG 05couPONou -rLms xES e--,
, will you send us his Solid CarIoad~GOOD LUCK~BAKING POWDER
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-not less than '''
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>o those who write us for them. ~ JERIAFATRR
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Atlanta. Ga.-22 So. Broad Street. d4t ;
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Reliable Information nyatr~rdo.o~,hkgsi
We will give One Dollar for a Postal Gold yoo rja
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a chance to sell a horizontal steam I ol hwvntedfeeiebteat.
engine of our styles, within our range s rah
of sizes. We do not want inquiries at gake yw:ld n n ou
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this time for vertical, traction or gas
Direater Goldns aandttnan terS.
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hae f r be e sandar for a y s am ioee.reno tinn nie
plants. Beat of materIal and workmanship.neer -ee
Our bIg output enables us to sejl on small prof- Fst Co Eyeles se: holiday t tr baa
Its. An Atlas, the best in the world, costs no rit ,r atidn rss i % at____ o 01 W.
more ihan the other kind. Es L. alem. Mass.
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