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By IION. ARTHUR
f?| DO NOT BELIEVE nr
I more sordid than its prod
1 the reverse. But howeve
soc'(>'^ 's ')e moved h;
thinkers it can only bo 01
Some ]>oint of conta
which they live, and if tl
* 1 if"'"* Bprcad sympathy the con
can 1)0, if not full mutual
lire of practical agreement and willin
touched the mass of men except thr<
allel is not complete, it is safe to sa
unaided by its practical applications.
Critics have made merry o\er tl
BCJiu-u iiiuii as me center and unai ca
stupendous mechanism of nature as f
and minister to his entertainment,
danger into which it is possible to fa
The material world, however it
under the touch of science, lost in
affects the immediate needs of orgai
the concerns of men that in the maj
of those who are fascinated by its n
impersonal and indifferent immensit
fin :~1- i-- --
i in.- ajjjjrufirilliu joim'uy is IMC j
of science on the business of inankiin
And even now I believe this in 11
hundred years the whole material s<
owe it neither to politicians nor to pi
combined efforts of those who have
If onr outlook upon the univcri
so groat and so numerous that the)
it is to men of science we owe it. no
those, indeed, new and weighty rosp<
to harmonize and to co-ordinate to j
to preserve the valuable essence of v
Hut science is the great instrui
because its object is not change but
tion of this dominant function am
Birife is the most vital of all the rc
vclopment of modern civilization.
It may seem fanciful to find in
^|tion an influence which resembles n
[the higher side of ordinary cliaraclei
^o regard the appropriation by indu
a means of multiplying the material
A social force has come into be
This force is the modern alii .met; lie
That on this wc must mainly r
rial conditions under which soeieiii
though 110 one \s
t people who woul
energies of natio
tifr'f1 incuts with inso;
to Keep 0
By PROF. SIDNEY A. OSGOOD
of Bocton polit
"For heaven's sake," thought 1
in?'" Later I gathered from hist
had met and engaged in an aniin
ibeing a rumpus- a kind of near-ro
As Brawler Matthews 1ms put
T suppose that "run-in" will come
donsed and significant bits <;f spm
Protect I v)'?
Poison Ivy ,h,;"
I Menace ' >
Hy R. G. DUNNE kinK
(went along and, perspiring, wiped t
kerchiefs. Naturally they touched
necks. Rotii sufferers arc; now laid
How many more people have li
jwho happened to he a victim of thi
jhia ailment was, at first thinking it i
told him ho woa a poison-ivy victim
Not Less Sordid
Than Others I
/self tlint this nge is less spiritual or |
loccsfcors. I believe, indeed, precisely I
r this may be, is it not plain tbat if
y the remote speculations of isolated
1 condition that their isolation is not
ct they must lmvc with the world in
lieir influence ir (o be lmsed on widetact
must l?o in a region where there
comprehension, at least a large mcasg
co-operation. Philosophy lias never
au^li religion. And, though the p.try
that science will never touch them
lie naive self-importance which repreusc
of the universe, and conceived the
irimarily designed to satisfy his wants
Mut there is anotl >r and an opposite
may have gained in sublimity, has,
i domestic charm. Except where it
nie life, it may seem so remote from
jority it will rouse n<> curiosity, while
lorals not a few will he chilled by its
icrpetual stimulus which the influenee
1 otVers to their sluggish curiosity,
uence to be underrated. If in the lastl
?tting of civilized life has altered we
iiimcai institutions. Wc owe it to the
advanced seieuec and those who have
=e lias suffered modifications in detail
' amount collectively to a revolution,
it to theologians or philosophers. On
fusibilities are being cast. They have
irevent the new from being one-sided,
nut is old.
lient of social change, all the greater
knowledge. And its silent appropriaid
the din of ])olitical and religious
volutions which have marked the doa
single recent aspect of this revolu ligion
<?r patriotism in its appeals to
? -especially since we are accustomed
strv of scientific discoveries merely as
conveniences of life.
ing, new in magnitude if not in kind.
Iween pure science and industry,
elv for the improvement of the mate's
live is, in my opinion, obvious, alould
conjecture it from a historic sur
controversy. It.s direct moral effects
indeed, there are many most excellent
d altogether deny thoi.- existence. To
force filled to rouse and sustain the
ins would seem to them absurd.
lis view to he utterly misleading, eonnt
with essence, transient aeeompaniparable
: is hard for a man who tries to adhere
e niceties of the F.nglish language to
rehcncl a good deal of the talk he
f course some of the slnng is clever
so expressive as |o win ultimate inoorion
in the lexicons, while some of it is
and some loses vogue.
he other day I was talking with a
1, a Harvard graduate, who was tell11
e of having had a run-in with some
ician whom my friend disliked and
Irving to heat.
, "what did the man mean by a 'runion
versa! ion that he and the politician
11 tod argument, that narrowly missed
w, so to speak.
tlvo stamp <>f his approval on "joint,"
to be accepted as one of those eon
h that this generation secins fond of
annot anything ho done to protect tho
o from that dangerous weed, poison
myself have not been a victim, hut
>f my neighbors and n friend of his
been badly poisoned?
n the way home from work one day
cut through a prairie in order to shortoir
unlink iu ii |?nu:e wnrre me weeds were|
my friends used thoir hands in inatheir
way and thus happened to touch]
ot knowing the dangerous weed, theyl
heir brows and necks with (heir hand-i
with their bare hands their faees and!
up in pain from the effects of the poi-i
iad a like experience? I knew a mani
? nrwnnn 1W onrl ?l__il
? ??11\ uiint. iwun Ul YVIWllI
scarlet fcwr, ho called in a doctor, who)
ALMOST A MIRACLE.
Health Completely Restored After
Case Was Pronounced Incurable.
Mrs. J. Tllghman Wright, 519 Goldsborough
St., Easton, Md., says: "I
cannot begin to describe my suffering
from Bright's disease. I constantly
tfelt as if I were dying.
My back pained
me Intensely and
was so weak that
for weeks I could
not walk across tho
floor. My condition
bocame critical and
"f Doan's Kidney Pills
? as a last resort and
soon received relief. When I began
with them I weighed only 64 pounds.
I now weigh 109 pounds and foel liko
a new woman."
Remember the name?Doan's,
For sale by all dealers. 50 centf. a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
An Exciting Town.
Los Angeles is a truly exciting town
to llvo in. To say nothing of Us
heavenly climate and Its bombs, there
is always something stimulating in
the occult line going on. Just tho
other day a widow of tho angelic city
began to long for a sight of ono of
her schoolmates whom she had not
seen for 4.r> VPflrs TllP lnnulni> hrmiP'ht
Its fulfillment. A spirit told her to
look for liitn in Brooklyn. She obeyed,
met him on the street a few hours
after she arrived, and promptly married
him. It is worth while to live
in a city where things like this happen,
even at the risk of being blown
up now and then.
WANTED 'FM RAr.k
Tlio Barber?Some hair restorer,
Man in Chair?Yes, if it'll restore
.he hairs you've just rubbed off.
PUTS STOMACHS IN ORDER.
No Indigestion, Gas, Sourness or Dyspepsia
Five Minutes After Taking
a Little Diapcpsin.
1 There should not be a case of indiges(Ion,
dyspepsia or gastritis hero If readj
ers who are subjeet to Stomach trouble
knew tho tremendous anti-ferment
and digestive virtue contained in IMapepsin.
This harmless preparation
will digest a heavy meal without
tho slightest fuss or discomfort, and
relieve the sourest, acid stomach in
i five minutes, besides overcoming all
I foul, nauseous odors from the breath.
If your stomach Is sour and full of
| gas, or your food doesn't digest, and
; your meal don't seem to fit, why not
j get a 50-cent. case of I'apo's Diapepsln
: from any druggist here in town, ami
j make life worth living. Absolute re
lief from Stomach misery and perfect
I ingestion of anything you eat is suro
' [o follow Ave minutes after, and besides,
one fifty-cent case is sufficient
j to cure a whole family of such trouble.
Surely, a harmless, Inexpensive
! preparation liko Tape's Diapepsln,
which will always either at daytime
or during night, relievo your sick,
: sour, gassy, upset stomach and digest
your meals, is about as handy and valuable
a tiling as you could havo in the
What's in a Name?
"See here, waiter," said Mr. Grouch,
j scowling deeply over his plate, "1 orj
dcred turtle soup. There not even
! a morsel of turtle flavor in this."
"Of course not, sir," returned tlie
j waiter. "What do you expect? Shakespeare
Bald there was nothing In a
name. If you ordered college pudding
would you expect a college in it? In
Manchester pudding would you look
for a ship canal or a cotton exc hange?
Kny tea, sir!"-- Tit-Bits.
Stiff nock! Doetm't nmmint to much,
hut mighty disagreeable. You've no idea
how quickly a little Hamlin* Wizard t)il
will lubricate tl>e cords mid mako you
I comfortable ngir*
Ii ne Limn,
"John, I wnnt to buy Koine glovos?
11 will you give me a chock?"
11 "Sure?bow much can you do with?"
"How much have you got In the
| For KR4DAOIIR lllrka* OiPimiMC
Wh/?tl??r from ('olds, Meat, Htomauh or
Nrr?<nih TtouIiIph, Onpudlnn will r?lln?? you.
It'B liquid?pleitAant to take?aot? Immediately.
Try It. 10c., 26c.. and 60 ctuitn at drug
Many a fellow does all IiIh betting
with h'R mouth.
jig m IJI i 1111 I
Beoauoo of the
f , v '
First I3oy?Mother saya if I go
swimming she'll lick mo when I get
Second Hoy (encouragingly)?Rut
perhaps you won't got back; there's
been lot? of fellows drowned in that
BABY WASTED TO SKELETON
"My little son, wiion about a year
and a half old, began to have sores
come out on his face. I had a physician
treat him, but the sores grew
worse. Then they began to come out
on his arms, then on other parts of
his body, and then one came on his
chest, worse than the others. Then 1
called another physician. Still he
grew worse. At the end of about a
year and a half of suffering he grew
so bad that 1 had to tie his hands in
cloths at night to keep him from
scratching the sores and tearing the
flesh. 11c got to ho a mere skeleton,
and was hardly able to walk.
"My aunt advised me to try Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment. I
sent to a drug storo and got a cake of
Cuticura Soap and a box of the Oint
ment ana followed directions. At the
end of two months the sores were all
well. He h;is never had any sores
of any kind since. I can sincerely say
that only for Cutlcura my child would
have died. 1 used only one cake of
Cutlcura Soap and about three boxes
"I am a nurso and my profession
brings mo into many different, families
and it. is always a pleasure for
me to tell my story and recommend
Cuticura Remedies. Mrs. Egbert Sheldon,
Litchfield, Conn., Oct. 23, 1909."
The two extra specialists had pounded
and sounded him. and felt of his
pulse and tapped his frame till ho
j could only lie in a cold perspiration of
"Undoubtedly it's a case of appendicitis!"
said specialist No. 1, grave
"Undoubtedly!" assented specialist
"Rut would ho bo able to stand an
operation?" pondered No. 1.
"Ah, would ho?" echoed No. 2.
They dug him in the ribs again, and
"Ah," remarked No. 1, "I think we
ought to let him get a bit stronger before
we cut into him."
"Confound your palaver!" gasped
the pationt, starting up. "What do
you take me for?a cheese?"
"You Americans," said tho lyondon
i man, "are very fond of what you call
i pie. Hut properly speaking a pie
j should have meat in it."
I "Perhaps. Rut the beef packers
compel us to economize."
TO DltlVK OI'T MA I.A HI A
AN1? III II,I> IP T1IK 8 VST I'M
Tnkn th? Old Hlandurd UUOVK'M TAriTKI.KHf
( lill.L TON10. You know what you aro taking
Tbfl formula Is plainly prlnUMl on evorjr lioltlo
khowliiK tt lit Himulj Oulnino and Iron In a taM<*?
form. Th? Oulnino clrlvns out tl>o umlarifl
and tno Iron biiliun up tha syatoui. Sold by ul
doaleru for 30 year*. t'rlee GO conu.
A stubborn desire to get even lias
brought about man a man's down
^ blootl ttnd
fl The heart I
I blood corpi
\ nerves in ti
\ with f5<?od r
A come by tl
crofulotis conditions, ulcers, "fever-s
I)r. Pierce's Discovery. Just the ref
excessive tissue waste, iti convalescent
thin-hloodcd people. Stick to this sal
as good " kinds offered by the dealer \i
ing will do you half as much good as 1
PTITW A VI
Color mora goodi brighter and fa?'?r colon thai
Vow tan dr? any garment without ripping apart Wrl
The man who deceives himself is an
! easy mark for others.
Mn. Wlnolow's Hoothinf; Hyrup for Chllilrrn
toothing, Hofl^nh tlir kuuia. rr<1?cr? Inflamma
Uou, aJluyn (>alu,curef> *.?in<1 colic, 26c a iKiltle.
A girl la worth all It costa to raise
l her?and it always costs It.
ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uao " L
X4 A i
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
furnish positive proof that it has
cures after all other means had fa
Women who are suffering wi
illness should consider this.
As such evidence read these tv
1nffn;*o \\r /-* minKinfAA *1 y r*\r n r*n r
Ol ? ? ^UUi UliV,^V/ in ?
ments of facts.
Cresson, I?a.?" Five years apro I
myself inwardly. I was under a d<i
and when I stopped I prew worse a
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Con
and now I am a stout, liearty woin
liaird, Wash. ? "A year apo I \
bladder troubles and female weak]
i up. All they could do was to just le
I was advised by friends to take L,y<
(V>n,Tw.nn,l 'Itlorwl l>ii?lltnr ? .
Ills, and I am nearly sixty years ol
Evidence like the above is abi
derangements of the female orgar
of miserable feelings and which <
cure, are the veiy disorders th?
Pinkham's Vegetable Compounc
Women who are afflicted \vi
reading two such letters as the ab(
to try this wonderfully helpful rci
For 30 years T^ydla 13. Pinls ham's
| Compound has been tlie standard i
female ills. No sick woman does
herself who will not try this famous
Made exclusively from roots and 1
has thousands ol cures to its credit.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all si
Ihttt 10 wrut) nur mr auviCC.
guided. thousands to health free
Address Mrs* Pinkham, JL;
ll THE ALL-A
IN THE HANDY, EV
Is specially selecl
home. Saves toot;
not break. Does nc
rrfrji MANUFACTURED DY
r ?. ^HanuHru un company
[ Dealers lun^tn (incorporated'
f'l hf Rnyo Lamp i? n h
Thrro lire Iannis that cist 11
jirlrc. (VtnMru<;<ri< of s..iu
ornamont to n ny room In an;
of la nip-m.tk inn I hut r:i n ni
kItIiiu clevlro. Hvirv r)<M
descriptive clrcnlnr to tlio n
weak licnrt, dizzy feelings, oppressed
(tcr meals? Or do you experience pain I J
art, shortness of breath on going up-otairs I <
iny distressing symptoms which indicate
lation and bad blood ? A heart tonic, I BU
body-builder that has stood the test of Lw
ars of cures is
ce's Golden Medical Discovery ?
iccomes regular as clock-work. The red ^
nscles are increased in number?and the
urn are well fed. The arteries are tilled
ich blood. That is why nervous debility,
fainting spells, disappear and are overlis
alterative extract of medicinal roots fjr?
Dr. fierce without the use of alcohol.
neighbor. Mrsny have been cured of
ores," white swellings, ctc., by taking ?
reshing and vitalising tonic needed for
je from fevers or for run-down, arwemic, whit
re and sane remedy nnd refuse all " just j.ihi
rho is looking for u larger profit. Not'ii)r.
l'ierce's (lolilen Medical Discover* .
n an; other dre. One 10c package color* all fibers. Tfie?
t* for fre* booklet?How to 0??. Bleach and Mi> Colors, MOi
78/ ePh OB
1 m mm ^mvj&r *w ??
Compound? We can
; made many remarkable
th some form of female
vo unsolicited testimonial
genuine and honest Statehad
a l>ad full, and liurt
ctor's euro for nine weeks,
gain. I sent for a bottle of
npound, took it as directed*
mn." ? i>Ir?. Klla E. Aikey*
vas sine tyiui Kidney aim
ness. The doctors pave mo
t me pro as easily as possible,
lia 15. l*iiikham's Vegetable.
1111 completely cured of my
d."?Mrs. Sarah JLeigliton,,
.mdant showing that the
lism which breed all kinds,
ordinary practice does not
it give way to Lydia E.
[tli similar troubles, atter
)ve, should be encouragcd
pmedy for l)
justice to W( ?$&' Vft
i medicine. 7/ Wja,
licrbs, aiid ^ I 1
ck women fA v>V
She has (if
of charge. (U .
yaiij Mass. Lv&i^B^fTNraAT^'*"*
i i r 1 ~ i
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W MSDillJ SEED CORK
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