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Maimed Birds Did Wel
"Mlaimed birds show remarkable In
telligence in getting food for them
selves." said a naturalist.
"I once found in my garden a blue
bird that a stone bad wounded badly.
The poor little creature could neither
walk nor fiy. I pu t it in a cucumber
frame and fed iz reguir.' but I sup
pose I d'dnt give .t enough, for it
foraa inu'str-iously all the time
Lying on :h e it w T Would cover it
self wi th leaves- yits small eyes
would be visible. Th n. when a fly
alightl somewhere near-Swoop, the
bluebirld's head :n- 'iek would dart
from the covering of leaves and the
fly wonld be devoured.
"A fieh with a broken wing lived
high ill one suinne in my garden at
the expense of the spiders. It pillaged
their webs. I made a round of some
twenty webs a day and fattened on
The contents of those filmy larders."
IN 6 TO 12 flOURS
:iralBottle i0C. At m."'wml
There is no tisfaction keener
than bein dry and comfortable
when out'in the hardest storn
\\YOUARE SUW OF THIS
V YOU WEAR.
- 17 MaEVEa'W[aE
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cannot be equalled at any price.
JULY 6. iW16.
CAPITAL $2.5000 i
W. L.DOUGLAS MAKES & SELLSMORE
MEN' $3.50 MOES THAN ANYOTH ER
MANUFACTURER IN TH E WORLD.
1 OOOREWARD to anyone who can
$10000 disprove this statement.
If)l could take you into rny three large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and show you the infinite
care with wh ich every pair of shoes is made. you
would realize why W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes
cost more to make, why they hold their shape,
fit better, wear longer, and are of greater
intrinsic value than any other $3.30 shoe.
W. L. Douglas Strong Made Shos for
Men,. $2.50, $2.00. Boys' Schsool ?
CA UTIO 10-N.-ht upon& hjasin: W.L.Doug
las shes *rake no subctitute. None genmniXe
without his namle and pri,- sItIIuped on buttomii.
Fact Color Euelets used.: they will not wear brrtssy.
-Write for ilistrated Ciil&g.
W. L. DOU~G L AS, Brockton, Mass.
HEG&(REAsTWHlITE PLAGUE ANiD
VACCINA TION' as tt~ CAUSE. Send
b r book.1l0e.. io C. L.8ewrd. LlhertyInd.
Kentok Hori, the Japanese mission
ary now in Chicago. was criticising
education in the Occident.
"*A Wcstern education.' he said,
"!ay tco much stress ai dates, facts,
general informat ion--those things that
one can look upi in a jiffy in the en
"The Oriental education is best in
that it deals only in such things as
develop the mind, leaving general in
formnat ion quite alone.
Of what gr'ezG good is general in
for'mation. after all? The futility of
much of it war; well brought out the
other dJay in a conversation between
- Think of it." said the first stu
dent. 'ir will tak~e 12.000.000O years to
pump~l the sat (dry. pumping at the rate
of 1.000o gallons a second.'
"The other thouur. Then he said:
'And where would you put all the
wat er ' "-Phila delph ia Bulletin
Haakon and the Hawkinses.
You pronlounfce the double *'aa" in
I iaakon like "aw" in "awful" and the
"!ai"' in Olaf as "lTaugh." The two
nazmesM fall on thle eari as "Hawkin''
andl "O-laugh." Tihe numer'oub H~aw
kinses atre descended friom mnararding
10a: botTtmed bonts not the ra':en,
-but the hawk flag.- 4~ondon Truth.
The goose thant ear'kles mlost often
has fewer feathIers. So. 1S- '0.
4 Trainl NItrev iDenveral It.- Efeel
No one is ina bette: psion)' To ki o'w
the valiue of food :iad drink tihan a
tra i ned nurse.
Spea kiug of 'offee ti IIur'se of W lkes
Barre. Pa.. writes: "I used to dink
lt frmat h etanehes an ini les'-~jtion
W\La Ont a visit to) my brothers I bad
a gtood "ch:ance to try Postum.n Food Cof
:Lee, for they (dran~k it altogther in
place of ordjinary ctee. In TWO weeks.
if ter usin: P ostuam. I found I was
muicht iGene::.ed anid !i na ly m~y head
t.-hes diSalppea red and also the indiaes
'Na rilrtiily I :; :0 c:: au- - :.".
amongc my pattielt S. n::l 'ave nOTle iCI
marked benett wher-- coffee ha's been
left ott and Postum used.
"I observe a curious fact aibout Pos
tumn \used among mothers. lt gretl
helps the tion of i~i: in- cases whre
coffee is inclined to dry it upan
whbere tea causes nervousucas
"I find trouble in getting servts' to
make Postumt pr'operiy They mvoi t
ways serve it before it has bee boiled
Iong enough. It shul be bo 'ed 1.- or
20 minutes and served wit crem,
when it is ce.t'tainfly a de:iIoushvr
"---rs a resonn" for [Postum.
A SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON BY
REV, DAViD J. BURRELL, D. D.
Subject : A Kin:: in the Pillory.
-,%- York Ciy-AKin;, !In the Pil
loy" V.IS the subject of 1 stron; ser
lno:. preacld by the Rev. David .lanes
urrelI. D. 1).. 11. ).. Sunday in the
Malrih- Colbi-giate Church. Fifth ave
nue. The text was frome I Kings xir:':
".i4 it enniiw to pass wi-n .Jeroboa:n.
th' tn. f Nolit, hieatrd Af It 4for he
wai in E'gypi. that 11i:-y sent :idt
ca l(n him ." Ur. Burrell said:
Ii reiliig lie chronielesof tle King;
of I rn:i-l wve conwe upon. the ine of
Jerob":1ini. :id it ij : lmost always men
tioid n these tecrIts. "Jerolboam. lhe
son of Nebat. wh-It:> inade Israeol to sni."
Thi- . repeated l less than e-ighteen
times- w'ith weary r eiter ation. J!ero
boami h:,s stood in the pillory three
thousI~ni years. with that placard over
him. Wh 'y isl he thu. branded and dis
.\t ihe liil io(f uit contiex~ he wilS
living in l ypt. IIe <1"d l ibelon:
ther:.. ie w~as a .1w: a widow's son.
dIisting~uisl:n.l as a ivil engineer.. i~e
haid b'gu : at th1(e foot of the ladder.
ndin:g 1 h:1n witli piek nd shovel
i he repiring of .!le fortitications
of Mio. The eyes of King Solonion
fell upon thle .i1. broad-shouldeled
youth and. dmiriig hi industiry and
elevel s ie po'oite0 d h-im step by
stel until Ie was iaide siperiiteideint
of1 public works. nild pi.ced in el:ar"e
of 'thirity 1itiis:uiid m~teni. Iis abflitioln
grev,- with l his advancement: and thus,
:it h1-1gth. Ieilptatioll ,v i e him.
Ile was like niny others of whom we
say. "They cannot bear prosperity." At
thisi tim inl :itsrael ihere was much dis
conteiit. owing to royal luxury aind ex
travgan'. aniid to ex(essive taxes and
governitental impositiions. The yourm
engineer was approatliched by the 111,11
onit 1int a beilee itivolveld in a coil
spiracy. Ston ion 'ot wind of it. the
conspiracy *ollapsd.1 and .lerobonin
.ied to Egypt, whele hie was n ow living
inl impatient exile.
At Ie dailt of SoiIlI tile sIioldtw
ir lire b rst ilito a1 tl:fl(. 11s sol
hel (be ohIm rfuciei-d it, listen to the
comll)ainits o thf people. sayig: *.Iy
fathir chbastse you with whips. ',ut
I will cha sti.e you with scorpionsz."
Thieii tii; a ssembled and resolved
on s" .ei-zion. The cry was raised: "To
your ients. 0 Israel:" And we sliould
he tiltk IIst to lied f:tult with them,
sie the sitatle of affairs was much
tvhat t wa Av when our forefathers e:lne
to"e l i Indepeindenice i Hall.' and
drew X up1 n no;tablle protest beginingl'
"Wh len ill the course of human eventa
it he 'Oil's n11ec!ssary for oine people to
dissolve the political bands which have
conn M'ed thl1eIn with an1other." etc.
Whe .i iihe question irose as to who
shou . be the leader of the ten tribes
all eyes turtned to Egypt: and Jeroboiam
wa el or.
1II lad longed for lhat message, iand
hastoiedt to t;:.,we-r it. 114e was prob
ably not lu:'l1e thant a1 fortnight oil tie
woay. The Iraelit's had consuned
forty years in Ile same joilley. when
tly lne up *outr of the house of
their bondalttl^ge':" blt .lroboalll's feet
wetre winged w-Ith ambition as theirs
wiere not. What dreamIls and( viiioniS
stimlted i~ him: Theb cr:owni beckon9ed
Hie mfet 'im assemtbled people at
Scheehemn anid was formlally inaugu
ra1 ted"Gd save the King:" The
lop-e., of ah amitiou1. youth wer'ie real
izedi a lat. What an1 ioportunitly wats
now" bef ore him: Whlat ant outlook. if
0n1y V "wbotthi reign in the fear of God.
lini s. hle began ju the wrong
way. Thinkinzg only of personal :id
.aien'mint. lie lef't Go;d cut of thle
rek-inzg. ''iTat wats a desperate blunt
dlet. H' s rigin of two and twenlty
years is brii:ely sitinined tup ini three
sinS;1 all of Item dtue to what Spenlser
Ills first 51in wa's aigainst God. ini
Set tin up the' glden ei ves. From thei
slitll'n~lt of a godless king this was
andi i :i"-y. ie reasonled thus: "The
aw ret niires that the people shall go
o J1er:15salemi 1i attenid Ithe three atnnual
fecstivalIs. 1: they do this. however. it
15 only a utioniii of timeI whlen they'
ri urn tt tieir' fortmer alleginne. We
'f warsl~h ill: and whe're better than at
Dan ini the north anid B~ethie in the
SOthl. h:oih conisec'rated by sneredi aso
eati'.ns. As w*e cannot have the ark of
the t t'limuit. we mustit devise some~i
other visilie syimbols of thes presence~
of i. Andi wlint lietter timn two
::ai'iua enie withl faes like those
of t myit I'.-a lures over the ark'"
TIm shin ies w('tre dedlic'ated1 a1(cord
orth. I"Theselhe youri godts. 0. Israel?
Fro thoi 1le snui idpioint of meiCre sta to
r"*'f hi Is miay have bieeni "good poh
IVy: butt it was bad religion. Any
forii idohitriy is offensive to God.
It is no't neeriSSary lto set up at golden
t':lf'. We maly miake ani idol out of
woa lhi 01r pleasure or honor01. We~ miayt
fr't ame anm idotl out of 01ur imialgination1.
All gods are taise. except t he One whoit
hats r'eveamled Hlimaself in Iils wotrd as
ton irn Gitli. And anmytiliig is al iiflol
TIhe seconld sint if .j erOI)o1tit was
aga'inii- himself, IHe was wairned
twice. but refused to heed it. On onif
ocait n, as)1 'hei stPod bet'side thle al tar
prescumingut to burnti intense t here. :in
unknow andith tumiiamted prophet stood
beide lhim Crying. "0 ailtar. a ltar: hu
salith thle- Lord : A chi ldi shall be horn
w ho Ibal dieitroy the. pi 0sis of the'
highi pllaie" and 1 urn men'1 iIls bones uiponl
thi:" And when J1er'oboainl stretched
forthl his hand aitd er:''id.' "a hrd
Upont himt :' his haI Ii was pal .sit
i hat ibe must, needs etreat t the L ord
to i'tstoreC it.
On a notier occatsionl is Con 'h m"
Iin:g, kilowillg til' :tvtil ci 1, irt'll
t the' goldi'n u'rltee. unelo wii e
di:ise to the prophetc& at hi. '
srle. "Copl'teh't i. l~ nhutwf S th
liono : il: \'i there o . i! rn I ll
utn th:y house. lu'r d e.ord ha
man.' ' til. hi te stti Ithessould fth
for'' him. tha 'ia osfoeveryl5 inv'1Or
'dvurt''t tO 11o pH:'lose- Luke Jerrt
--,ni' ''n the Iboss's of t he shiel~d of
t'' 'pote hiis inltinenlce was5 hlke the
n-...:tre: nd they saIt ui'r it IIe
"'''ti in r'eqmrm:tt tihem to h-ow'
tr'.ats htst'anu's: ahadowtwal':ver
:-:' The had iouteenjtl kingus. befe
hywreled away into exiie. and
ihmwblOt :t god ly mianaa atona
-O- ne ..ftc. :unntho' thtey took
1he1ir Places in fill.. pilory 1esisi lim.
he 2:incarnierizd nt wise. " Who
followed inl the rs ol .lero:iti. 1121e
sol of Nebni. who Imade Israel to in."
But why do we have 11he rerd 41 4
the" $is? Wo 1o2l . it noi have ben
kindoer 1) paSs oVer1 i t2m inl silen.-e?
In the Assembily ll -If -,heI .\iiitary
.\endemy :tWt W Ps Int' yoI mI::y %vee
te or'traits of tll-. v:riou1 .-y1is
who have romunled t h1-. Ono 11"We.
however. in l. hhuik: Ain W. ih Qiee
that shlould hlave- been 1;tpitiby le
edicet .\rnold. 1111 irnitr. The piillre
(if Jeroboa2 iiht in2 like U ntnr. have
been turned to the wall. hut for The
f:24: that lite reitlration or his sin ear
i e: r p1rat l oiso -with it. namely. th
1nrp ity of itinence. -No m:n liv
,.111 214111-2~II.;11* :m.di 1141 Init 1 .1 i11 1.
himiself." There are ihriee kimis of in
11luence Which every limn ;x11(:1n
Th' iir%. is o4luni:n-y. The -inc of
.Te1bo.1m \werl n( ini1Verant: hIA
niennt to Lave the, peoptt' e114 wors122hip thfe
golden eives. IHe did vron:: lbll 1lor
atelv. Tilere are 01lothes whil do like
wilv: 1hieves. rmn :+erll. dive kNop
r manner5 of Sundny ijithet'Ra. u1r22
Am o unl4n liter: ure and nil
Titr of intid1I books: the-I" d( evil
w;ith mll'e forethougin . N.ot (on2 n2t
iwith rnIinin;; ihein1selvesz. thley phat 1it
riuin othlrs. To :ll such the worid of
that offensps Pump: hi woo 1o iAM
111:21 by whom the \i:25 ' o0:'ens 2-2l2b . it
wcro eiter f1r In111 :at : 11 '
were' lmngtd nm his n2-k and i1:lt
h- were drowned in the dep1 r of the
1-lIt tihrf-ro are. minh1 itmie- wh. fil l d
a'nd intend to2' 'o it. Th w\"rbi i.-4
of Ahmn: tenehes 4f truth. "sTr -if
lu r y "lift' sa verts :11l141 l~liito ias
'wl spek ha ,.:e2son:ihl word "whi.-h
is lke 1ppleg of ;;ohd in husk4t , of
sZiiver." and who oagerlysrthfrh
,hehelin hnmd. Tneh the wwe or
l1t2 112ster appli s. -11nwr2412 l1,11 as4: yo
h22ve, don2 it 11to 0one. of ilte iv:it Of
Pse, e hav on1412et it unto MLe.
The secon( kind I-i inence 14 :2;H0
11t1i. And this is 1y far h e la2r1est
force il life. For in1i.1nn(e dt,:-s not
wait to Ie (xered. it exori-z itszelf
wvh-tlr we.1 wiil or not. 1 to g i
fishing for 1ont1 i2 :1 '1lemr !Z2r-':I n2
:ntm 1the Pu4ovm> 11li1: but whenI I
was 11t therev th2e, wNate.rs work, 12111
and da2ri. :22d mrand w12 vniln.
The man2 wl 1:11lbih 2 tinilit 22212
ti, f11,0 r did n2 m- - in kili lihe- ish1:
nevertel21 w. 11- refuse had 2f ferin1ily
accomliplishied' ii. .1411n 1 NiIs. \ho 224
1n3-anhed Chanibe-rs lieeoeiimo
Froeil-h in 174:'.. w:-; movedl by not hini
woirse 1 111l till ill.-mur4t of por:.tinw!
;.Jin. But when. wiin 1h1L (111i nd ill
view. he enlist d If!:. ib:.i-iws 'r1i V4.' -
inire. 120lienIuI. Dlt idro :11nd oth4e112 rs or
t : t ii0d. l : o --ii I 2 2 41 4 peratit!"
%v1i(A N 114' ''4 14io I' b' 2 i22'2'21142
force.s whdi 1 liv years(1w intrbreh
on ih4 Rin of Terror. I1 i< 11r1u h 1at
m do vi' witho214 inien 412d2in21 1 i2.
Th2e thiri kind of iinui4'- is Inc
tiimous. . 2man wh*o i;id liv1ed ::n
evi!I lifte 2 1id on 11 t-n1ih':i. "1 wish
you 4onild :thrup myifnc ndl
hury it witih Ime." Alas! i11at 1(on2d not
be. IA body might 1ie i in lie w2nf!
*'heor 2ali his 1n h22 for2' oii te l214 . hi.
"lte evil a manlln live-s .o'ler him."
Of all the 2hings that followed .1vro
boaim not <m1110 11 as1 20 Ii ::live as Jero
honam himself. thou;;h h1a hal le.n
",matheredI unto hisz f~r!I Is:" fort
through2 N:Ib1 and P.:1:ha 12n 1-nl
and2( Zii2 and14li' 1h 1122othersL hewa21sill
"ma2:king2. Isriael 244 si2."
Am the112 influlece 4)1 rhrht2-living men'f
is li kewise imm222rial4: "they do re'st
froml their1 labort'1. 1b uhir wor1ks2 do
1f21llowf themi." Tht:' oIl2or of th2e spike
12121. with wh2ich1 :42 222kn1 wn ?2wollutil 1
2leed be0ing told1 2. 12s a241(21 meo il I h'."
So 1122 dead( ar' really the livin22. WVit
ar1e :"tlided1 1by 1the memory123 ofi those
awh~'ileI." Goodne1ss0'1. is- "'2roof4 :2ga!insr
th Iiooth11 of' liny and': the ra2isur12e o4f
24blivion." If a1 lixed st1:ar were(4 t4o b42
e'xtin1guiShed in th24 disltnut hen:1vens. it
peoplei (of this world(14 woulUI discoveri it
-it 1 liht would still be2 sh21ining on-,~
"' vilhen a :42rl 2man1 dies1.
T .-lght ii lu-2e.we0 behind2 him lie
l :4-m the pilihS o)f men0.
~I he lesson is ph:1iin. Let us lo(ok to
0112 inf2luence~': But21 how?.2' The secrect
of ding11. goodl is bleinig goold. ('2n 22201
gmher2'2 gra:pe's of 1 hornis or 1igs of
thiistles?' "A good 1man1 out 44! the
trea'Jsure,. ( 1' his 12earit br'ing2'hI f'orth2
good22 fruit." Our1 infliluence is ne4.ver
ter2 has. its S.1a2t and2( c(ntre. in2 11he he:lIrt.
If weI would211 set our'selves r'ight in thle
n2nuit'1r. 112e 1irst 1121ing to do2 1is to c'omel
to ('hrist. tat we may13 id 4)urselves'Q of
sinl: 01n21all 11he re-st is follow~ing IlfI-'
that is. to be'lieve His teachling, to do0
I his wor'k 121nd to be like Ihimn. Light
(':umot1 help shining. It Soundis no0
t'rmpr'ts. waves.'0 11o hanners. ma1:kes
224 :2lmo202meemen01t oft its c.oming, but
ulSt ('0m1e0. "Let yourt light so shine
befo4r2' men22 that they3 may23 see your1
gin)d works :2214 :riorify God."
O may'2 in t'' ': in2visile
Of 1ho22e imm12 241 who live1 again
In2 mind224 ma1dL . * b)y thei-: presenlce;
112 <I2'(ds 02 (l1r.llg reeitude41. inl seOrn
For' m2iserable( aims1, 11hat (end( withi self.
In ihoulght.2 sublfi that pie2ce the nlighlt
l0 va-der inue0..
The JMud and the Ilossorn.
Th2e24 is not suchi.a gret differeonce
irti' th'e- bu2 d 141nd21 glory2. is the' blos
2o2m .2 Grace is glory> b eguni. an~d glory>
is2 gra~C"' perfec2(ted. It w11i ot come22
1h2ard1 to people that aret serving G;od
dow hre( 'To) do it w~ihente go 0up1
yomier.2. ' 'T;.:-y ( wil cang phreest. but14
2W. Skic in Swiss Army.
(- is acuriou 2c1iumstan.ce that
.2 m4 army2 inl r&'.uope whs fron
b-:1 have a p 1;ermanenft sno2w-linel. and1
a -ihI'h u12. of the si is ignored
a:m: 1ny1 ofi th can2tons, nearly ev-ery
n.-x0man 12.n~'1 chtibl e1en skIt. This
. et; probah2 2 o1 some ext ent
- 2>12 th'. regiact. But the differ
n Kt 2 populaE1121r use0 of the ski
:e ni that. stemflatic tr'ainin1g which01
'.~''n2 0021b2 make a' hatal0lion or a
bri-.wi1(o .-i t allI mobile. 01' even
m'.4'able. is s0 cbvious that its
a~;ina armyfl whichl would ne-ed
"''.:i1m 22:.2no- 121sy to u rrstnd
1-1nends of Sxi-ss offiezs. :211i 91
i.:s who enn11 ski. there 2s ,o1 in~ al1
the" Swiss ajrmyi a. single class1. for ski
drill. nor :2ur3 stores for mobIilizinlg
eu --ompany of men on ski(.
Thy Glories Shine.
--The cay i-T0~. Mngn toi
Thine: Tho;u !:-L Illp.re t liaht Llt
"Tho i.:: 4. al the bo0e.-rs of the
ier." -lIsalmh 1.i:.. 1. .
Thou art. 0 - ife n' :
* .a kin :: :.t 'uni . --. -
Quoted to a Purpose.
The .ite wery or the em:
!en; at e an 1;:1 drupI a polit" o:1I
to i he iriiliway niagnaci-.zsestin
1hat the milne t asnifsman Would be
pleased 1.> h(e favored with an annual
p:ss. Pit the railway magna;e. nav
iing fo:-mutlated a nwlv ily and also
havinug some wit. reiTrned ihe. 1ppliea
tion with a prinTted slip cont aining
he texts: "Suffer not a man to
pass." and -So he paid the fave rand
"I gue.:s that Will hol 1im. (hunCk
d t he rtil;way magila te.
But the private s'cretary of the
eminent statesnian approached a
railwvay mlagnate who operatcd a par
.lIle' line. and soon was able to drop
-I irI( nt- to the first mnulae. The
brief note consisted of the siiple
"And he passed by on the other
In Old New York.
Ii is tle custom of tlie New Yorkz
rape:-s t.o sneer at. the unsophisticated
doings of the people in other parts of
the country. Apparently. however.
jdging from th( revelations made in
.te evidence of Col. Mann in the libel
case now on trial, niany of the most
I.roiiineit and wealthy men or the
rmottropolis wvrc the easiest hinds of
c:sy nrks for parties Who mer'cly
iroposed to write them up favorably
ar unfavorably, according as :iiey paid
ut their cash. geneiously or noi. It
unmarvlos0 to reai liov. easy it w.s
a etx large stus i iloy os3ensibly
s loanh vr in return fir cert ifienates
of s:ock whose value bore no proper
proportion to the money paid out.
That the leaders of New York society
should have been held up in this way
argues ill for their common e ase. nd
at the same time shows the total lack
I ef real value to the ufttae 01 the
Io-alled society iournal.--Pittsburg
SEVEN YEARS OF SUFFERING
I i~iinel at Lat Thirouigh I'-n;; Don's'
Mrst'. i:nal .1 enes. oif 'tH0 M ain Si..
An~soni:i. I onn.. says: "Il it had niie
theen for l):n s Kidney P'ill- 1 wouthld
no0..the a live to-dlay.
$eve-i yea:rs :ago I~
was5 so bad wtih paini
ini the backel. iud so
weak that I had toe
kee'p to miy rooma~. ;ind
wast in bed someC
times six~ weeks at a
spe-ll. Be'gininJg with
D)oan-3, Kidniey Pills.
-the kidney wveakniess
was soon eorreeted.
ande inside a week all the pain wats
gonie. 1 wa.ts also relieved of aill lhead
:t-e,5 dizzy spells, soreness and feel
ir:s of hianguor. I stron.:ry recomminend
Donn'is Kidney Pills."
Sold by ::ll dealers. .30 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
The ne'. earnings af the railroads
are seven hundred millions of dol-.
;ars-which means. says Senaitor TUil
man, that once in every three years
every dollar in the t'nited States
becomes a part of their net earnings.
iteware of Omnnmes is For Catrrh That
Contain. Mere ryi,
as meremxi -y wili .sure y dlest r.y :6u s-ns of
smell and complete y deranae thu whole sys
temn when entee ing it throiug i. i neiou~a
surface.-. ouch articles hoult uel er be used
except on pire.'criptioJns fromz reputabele phy
sieaos.as the. damiage the~x will (0) ;s tenl fo.
to tbe good yen can possily deerive Iromn
hem. Hail-s Ca arrh Cure.. m'anu-a-turedl
by F. J1. ('hene & Co.. Toledo,. O.. contaiins
no me cur., and is t aken internally. aet nl
direct ly upon the b ood and muicouissurface$
brte syso-m. II bingfl Hall-s Catar h Cure
beueyou ::et the genuine. It is taken in
te nalb and made in Toledo. Ohio, byv F.
J. Cheney & . o. Testimonials free.
iSold by Druggits: pericP. 3- per bottl'.
Tfake icali-s Family Pills for (2onO:pa ion,
Some men are known~ i by the work
tbey refuise to do.
L. & r.: L,. & M.: LI. & 'rj
Thi L. & M. Paint and get. a full gallon.
Wer 10 to 15 yearcs. be-cuse L. &. M.
Zinee harden" .' M. White Lead and
mae. i.. & M. Puint weat like irou.
.1 (2;)'o : I-. & M. i d wih :) gallons
(\. nd rews. In-Mayor. lfanhbury. Conn..
wra. "t bi nted my house 19. years ago
wV.E L. & Mi. Lo.oks well to-daiy."
P .INT YOUR HOUSE.
O ....:et. comisi~ on allowed to any
re- 1 whuere we havce no agent. nn sie
SI. & M. to propertY-owners, at our re
Appy tc LONGMAN & MAllTINlE%.
Paint Maker'. New York.
Few peolele overtax intelleets ini
behalf of others.
STOPS BE L -!I BY ABSORPTON:
-NO DRUca-A NEW METHOD.
I I dir of Waflr.- l're.-Have You Acute
.1ndi ::-etion. rnntie-v: Tronble. 1r
regular lIft-:, DI47.Y spelldi
ort !.eath, Ga- eU
lI: er lj..10-.c 1ejta-mpaired Ap
'rme--A u f til;ess. weight and
i.i )XeL [ie Z)!1iItu and heart. some
ni'e' i .:1 a m .aN1 utg. al.z lever an
'a: .u-e- ?Any on'e -r a!, of these
r ; ouy n . aitgue
.-at.:t eortd e tnze od
1., m :.. fie :r !n b s iso'. dea'.h -r~d
m , e it . le i ts sieid'd .ci a !,au
a M'dis Anri-Ulh \'atiers abo
::*y ree. N,; dag.Drugs injure the
i :..o beilhing and cures a diseased
n ini y abuorbing the foul odors from
: o and ;Uy imparting activity
I th-: iiiing <,L thie tonach. enabling it
;o ;ir.rn,.h. nux the ;ood with the gastric
Ce... w'iih pio:utes digestion and cures
ie T'h otter uay i:ot dppear
r coupcai with ytur name
are.s and your <!rug.re name
, I0'.i sta:is rr silver, andc we
... . ' v you a santal-e tree ii ycu I
, :ei'r u.id Mi:l's Anti-Belch
- and will also send you a cer
go:.d lor 25e. iLward the ;ur
t it'a te Belch Waitrs. YouI will
l :h.1:2i invea ble for scr.iaeh ttcu
-rz lv Ihorption. Address
(;.'!G:AP '10NIlcCo0.. *-I 'ld
Ave. R'k I.n. W)!.
. !' . . .. 1:a :: -' bFieP m .;:?
mman WI- knows enoulh to tt
icle I-)t his mrii buisilles. hklimVS
SKIN ERUPTIONS 35 YEARS,
Suffereeul :'crey1 With Jr'zem: A!! over
1tcly.--AThousaid Tihank- to
(iui ienrai Bew i-iies.
"F iay..iv.e ears I was a se
Vra .ilv!e u n ee:Z0:-m) . . Tle i-ruptionf
Wais:tI rhlmiled 1o any Uit- I e At
v.- all ovI my bov. limibs. and even on
miv iiead. I am nty y-ars o1d and an
old s'd:cr. aid have been examined by
tit i:o.ernmnt' oard over fifieen times.
mil her .vud there was no cure for me. I
h-.~v. :.uen ail Lds of mediciuie anid hae
sp!w :arge umsl of money for do:--ors.
V.,ihow AI. .\ ort iune ago I <ieded
to tr y h. imba Remedies. and a er
uniwli two. .ikta of Ottiura Soap, two
i. in.ra ()intmient . and -we bot
tjes (ofitieilia l\vVUent. swo triaients
in alI, I am now wei :.nd cimph-te!.v
curedi. A thousand itanks to Cu-:ienra. I
cMltvi. S1.1k to,, ilgihly of he Cutticara
-.1uhi, T. RIaen. Itichinouda!e,
R OUii. . 17,yl' 190.
.\ womnl can throw a hint .struiih
L' 111111 a 11111 Caln triow a T rtk. I
FITS. Si .Vitus' Dance: Nervous Dise:;ses per
mauiently -, . =d by Dr. Kline'.- Gr-at N,-rve
Rtorer. 92 trial bottle and treatise free.
b). R. H. Kl.m:}..Ld.. !31 ArchSt.. hiina.. Pa.
M. Casinir-Perier, son of a former Pres. I
iden't oi France. intends to join the
Mrs. Winsiow's Soothing Syrup for ChIldren
tinla san ,Cur'es wind colc,25e.aL bottle
Thbityi ofr Leeds. England, has erected
:tIjls - all :1 ltu't loafers.
Dr,. Bi;gers Huckleberry Cordial
Cur-s Children Teething. Diarrhoea. Dys
e-nrery. Cheleramiorbus and Flux. :ill Stoim
arb and Bowel Trroubles. At Druggist 25e
and 50e per bottle.
Iketter un impudent enemy thban on
m cu'nx4 our couPoi POLLow
Sold arlod'OO LCK-BAKING POY
CT OUT T~IsI CAR AND SAVE IT. TM
GoD FOR VALUABLE ARTICLES.SE(
ECMI CAN. Adress:TNE DCPARTrMEN1
TH $UTER MWFIoa GO.D a SIIo
This is the "car" coup..
found on back of each caa
.f genuirne Good Luck
Baking Powder. Each
coupon counts for a
caused by curable
organs, a.nd restore
normally, pain disa
checks, and the fro'w
every monthly p
Nothing helped me
til I took Cardui.
I can truy say ]
cured." Try it.
S Sold by all Drugg
Both Symptoms of Or
How often do %ye hear women say: 111
seems as though mny back w.-ould break.'
or- "Don't speak to m. I am all out of
sorts'? ''.'hese igni ficant remarks prove
that the svstem reouires attention.
Baekaiche and "-the blues" are direct
symptoms of an inward trouble which
w.ill sooner or later declare itself. It'
mas be augsd by diseased kidneys or
some derangement of the organs.
Nat i re req nires assistance and at once,
and Lydia H. Piukhamn'b Vegetable Com
pound instantly asserts its curative
powers in ail those peculiar ailments of
women. I t has been the standby of
intelligent A merican women for twenty
years. and the best judges agree that
it is the most universally success
ful remedr fur woman's ills known to
lead the convincing testimonials of
Mrs. lolmes aud Mrs. Cotrely.
Mrs. J.(C. Holnes. of Larlmore. North
Dear Mrs. Pinkbam:
-- I h-t'e sutre-ed v% erytl lug with backache
and female irouble--I let the trouble run on
until my system wi-: in t;leh a condition that
1 was unable to ise about. and theni it was i
commenced to use Lydia Pinkbam's Vege
table Compouind. if I had only known Low
much strerimg I would have saved I should
have taken it months sooner-for a few
weeks' ireatiment made mie well and strong.
My bvk:tehes and headaches are all gone and
I ~sufter no pain at my monthlv periods.
whereas before I look Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegez?' Compound . suifered intense pain.
3Irs. Eitmma Cotrely. 109 East 12th
Stree:. New York City, writes:
Dear Mr's. Pinkha:
I fel;tm duty to e1 allsuffering wonen
of tLe relief I have found in Lydia E. Pink
Ask Mrs. Plnkham's Adylce-A Worn
$5,000 BANK DEPOSIT
500 FREE COURSES
Notes taken. Limited educa
tion no hindrane-. Roard at Cost. Write today.
GA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE.me . G.
FOR SERMONS, TR.ACTS, and
OTHER LITERATURE of the
SECRETARY POST OFFICE MISSION,
59 Kay St., NEWPORT, R. I.
So. 18-'06. __
!Y ARE -
Good Luck Baking Pow~
favorite with good cooks th
it to grocers in car load lots.
saving to us. Now, to show ou
still further increase the sales, we ar
load saving with you in the form of d<
11 absolutely free if you use
artces atre careful.y se~ec'ted...ud you are sure t
ii:ig to picse you,. A:: are illustrated in ti<
ok, funnd :side each can. It also tells you har
poins it w~il take to get the premium you choose
Lu:ck Hatkimng P'owder is thne best obtairnable a
ce. becaunse strictly pure and always relia~ble.
ow, prc.Ients for a po::ud can, is made pos
by tihe cuormocus sales, and the premiuss are
-d merely as an inducet to new purchnase:
ost of samne being cove:-ed by lower co,'t of ship
in car lots.
f your grocer hasn't Good Luck. please send us his nax
THESOUTHERN MFG. Co.,
~emale diseases. It acts direc
s their natural activity. By r
ppears, strengt returns to t
ns and wrinkles of suffering al
of Walworth, Wis., writes:
ganic Derangement in
Sufferers Find Relief.
La t:'. Vegetable Compound. When I cym
menced taking the Compound I suffered
everytbing with backaches, headaches, and
fr.di.e troubles. I am completely cured and
(njlV the best of health, and I owe it all
When women are troubled with irreg;&
ular. suppressed or painful periods,
weakness. displacements or ulceration,
that bearing-down fee:ig, inflamma
tion of the female organs, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), general de
bility. indigestion and nervous prostra
tion. or are beset with such symptomrIs
as dizziness. faintness, lassitude, excit
ability. irritability. nervousness, sleep
lessness. melancholy. "all gone" and
'' want.to-be-left-alone" feelings, bhes
I and hopelessness. they should reme:m
her there is one tried and true remedy.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pouid at once removes such troubt't.
No other medicine has such a record
of cures of female troubles. No ot er
medicine in the world has received this g
widespread and unqualified endorse
ment. Refuse to buy any substitut.
FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN.
Remember, every woman is cordially
invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham if
there is an.rthing about her symptoms
she f'oes not understand. Mrs. PirAk
han is the daughter-in-law of Lydia E.
Pinkham, her assistant before her de
cease. and for twenty-five years shice
her advice has been freely and cheer
fn!ly given to every ailing woman w o
asks for, it. Her advice and mediciine
have restored to health innumerable
women. Address, Lynn, Mass.
a Best Understands a Woan's lw
That Delightful Aid to Healih
Whitens the teeth-purifies
mouth and breath-curfes'nsal
catarrh, sore throat, sore eyes,
and by direct application cures
all inflamed, ulcerated and
catarrhst conditions caused by
feminine ills. 0.
Paxtine possesses extraordinary
cleansing, healing and gerna
cidal qualities. unlike anything' .
else. At all druggists. Soicents
SLARGE TRIAL PACEAGE FREE
The R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass.
M" TIUhopso's Ey alea -
der is such a great
at we are shipping
This means a big
r appreciation and
Sdividing this car
ton woman's delicate
raking the organs work
he system, roses to the
e seen no more. Mrs.
"T sufferd anncr at