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Jrst Fer Pun.
&eligion may become an escape
from duty, rather than its inspira
tion and fulfillment
".. The trouble with many uplifters
is that they, love their notions more
iban the people.
There are towsi des to tho saloon
question-the side that wants to put
down thc saloon, and the side that
wants to put down what is in the sa
"It abide th alone" explains away
somo lives. xThey have never learn
ed the law of sen-ice.
Grains of Sand.
Kindness is kind-ness-a recogni
tion that, for all our differenes, we
are members one of another-thc
same kind of pottery in different
stages of firing.
Great reforms are but the spring
tides of evolution-thc extra pull of
celestial upon the great deep of hu
man possibilities, when earth and
Heaven aro in conjunction.
Christianity is not in ethics, hut
in faith. When the Son of man j
cometh will He find faith on the
Elijah did not have to wait for a
referendum before he began his work
Wo should not be with wicked men
as their companions, but as their
Christ did not build His Gospel on
a "grand perhaps," but on the eter
Jesus was at His best in heart-to
heart ministration; multitudes al
ways thronged Him.
There is something wrong with the
man who can be satisfied while the
It is good
A coat of
gives them a higher selling value, but
it makes things wear better and gives
them a higher value for long wear
Pure White Lead gives an opaque,
durable coat that protects and pre
serves from the ravages of time g
and weather. jj
Prospective buyers of Pure
White Lead have heretofore
been subject to much attempted
fraud in adulteration and sub
stitution. You are now pro
tected by the Dutch Boy trade
mark which is found on the side of
kegs containing only Pure White
Lead, made bj the Old Dutch Process.
Look for the boy.
"A Talk on Paint,"
gives val aablo infor
mation on the paint
subject. Sent i roo
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
<n whichever of the foliote
ina cities ts nearest voa :
New York. Bacton. Buffalo, Cleveland.
Cincinnati. Chicago. St. Louis, Philadel
phia (John T. IAVST?H <fc Bros. Oo.J Pittsburgh
[National Lead & Oil Co.]
Proverbs and Phrases.
By dint of going wrong all will
Reforms have their seasons of
spring and fall, like the trees, but
the tougH wood grows by storms.
Put manliness and truth into the
ballot box and in due time it is Your
Father's good pleasure to give you
The children of light have'no show
to win from the children of darkness
in the dark. Insist on praying the
game in the li?ht.
Men seek their own spiritual party
level as certainly as rivulets seek
their rivers, and rivers seek the sea.
Don't be too ready to believe what
even good men say. Confidence is
like a fruit tree in a cold climate
safer in a north exposure.
A Necessary Precaution.
Neighbor-No one over hears you
and your husband exchanging words.
Do you get along so excellently to
Wife-Not at all; but we discover
ed that the maid listened at the door.
Now we quarrel only on Sunday aft
ernoons between 3 and 6, when she
is out of the house. ,
If you cannot abolish a wrong you
can brand it as it passes, and bide
your time. So. 29- '07
A SMALL SEC&?T'
Couldn't Understand the Taste of his
. , ... i Customers.
Two men were discussslng the
various food products now being sup
plied in such variety and abundance.
One, a grocer, said "I frequently
try a package or so of any certain
article before offering it to my trade,
and in that way sometimes form a
different idea than my customers
For instance, I thought I. would
try Postum Food Coffee, to see what
reason there was for such a call for
it. At breakfast I didn't like it and
supper proved the same, so I natur
ally concluded that my taste was dif
ferent from that of the customers
who bought it right along.
A day or two after, I waited on a
lady who was buying^a 25c package
and told her I couldn't understand
how one could fancy the taste of Pos
'I know just what is the matter'
she said, 'you put the coffee boiler
on the stove for just fifteen minutes,
and ten minutes of that time it sim
mered, and perhaps five minutes it
boiled, now if you will have it left
to boil full fifteen minutes after it
commences to boll, you will find a
delicious Java-like beverage, rich In
food value of gluten and phosphates,
so choice that you will never aban
don it, particularly when you see the
great gain in health.1' Well, I took,
another trial and sure enough I
joined thc Postum army ror good,
and life se3m3 worth living since I
have gotten rid of my old time stom
ach -sd kidney troubles."
Postum is no sort of medicine, but
pure liquid food, and this, together
with a relief from coffe> worked tho
change. .'There's ?. Reason.'!
Read "Tba 3oad to Wellvone," la
! Late flete** I
! In "Brief V* |
? MINOR MATTERS Or INTEREST f
Russian teachers voted to boycott
the combig elections.
Plans of the drydock Dewey aro
said to have been stolen.
A special board has been appointed
to test railroad signaling system.
The proposition of the annexation
of the Congo by Belgium was taken
Governor Hughes of New York will
not, it is declared run again for that
The King and Queen of England
were enthusiastically received in Ire
' The National Educational Associa
tion declared itself in favor of re
Senator Latimer and Congressman
Burnett are in Berlin studying thc
The National Educational Associa
tion decided to work in the interest
of a national university.
Judge Alton B. Parker, of New
York made an address in support of
the Conctitution before the North
Carolina Bar Association.
The feeling in France is one of
disappointment with the tariff agree
ment with the United States brought
over by Ambassador Jusserand.
Mr. Bonaparte states that the re
ceivership for the Tobacco Trust ia
only to compel it to comply with the
Attorney General Bonaparte points
out the objections that have been
made to thc proposed constitution of
Oklahoma in its present form.
President James McCrea, ,of the
Pennsylvania Railroad, declared a 2
cent law was unfair to the public ns
well as thc railroads.
Col. Charles G. Ayres has been or
dered before a board to examine his
fitness for retirement from thc Unit
ed States Anny.
Charles H. Mover, president of the
Western Federation of Miners, was
on the stand most of the day in the
Ambassador Aoki denied reports
that he was to he recalled, and thc
Japanese Embassy and the State De
partment took steps to allay the ex
Senator McEncry, of Louisana Ls
quoted as offering to resign in favor
of john Sharp Williaams if the lat
ter fails of election to the United
Mrs. Preston Gibson daughter of
Mrs. Thomas Nelson Page and the
late Henry Field of Chicago is to sue
Three men are known to have been
killed and 19 others hurt by the col
lapse of a concrete wall in Philadel
The Virginia Coiporatipn Commis
sion of Virginia was notified that the
injunction against the 2-cent rate or
der was in effect.
Max Lansburgh of Baltimore filed
a suif at Charlston, W. Va., to re
cover coal lands in McDowell county
valued at $5,000,000.
Willinm D. Haywood on trial o?
the charge of murderinsr former Gov?
ernor Steunenberg went on the stand
in his own defense.
The hearing in the case of thePen'n
syvania Railroad Company which is
fighting the 2-cent rate, began in
Ambassador Aoki declares that not
only are thc relations betweenthe
Japanese and United States Govern
ments entirely friendly, but he be
lieves Japan would cordially receive
any American warships that might
visit its ports.
Attorney-General Bonaparte holds
that the War Department controls the
Conduit road, and that the Glen Ech_?
authorities cannot collect fines for
"speeding" on the road.
Thc London jury i the case of Mrs.
Haucoek, wife of Walter Swinburae
Hancock, formerly an Episcopal cler
gyman of Chicago, who was suspect
ed- of poisoning, the woman, render
ed a verdict of "death from natural
causes. ' '
. Ex-State Senator "Don" P. Hal
sey defeated Senator A. F. Thomas ia
the Senatorial primary in the Sena
torial district composed of the city of
Lynchburg and Campbell county.
Three men out of seven were drown
ed on thc way to H. Clay Pierce's
yacht in New Yor harbor when one
of the sailors rocked the boat and up
set it. '
William L. Cutright, of Weston,
W. Va., kissed the dead body of his
wife good-bye and went into an ad
joining room and killed himself.
Seven Italian mineworkers were
killed by white damp near Hazle
Cedric Colburn the 3-year-old son
of Mrs. Jessie Colburn formerly of
Grafton, was killed, by the kick of ?
horse at Shinustown, W. Va. He was
a son of Harry Colburn who was kill
ed in a mine explosion at Shaft mine,
near Charleston, W. Va., some
The Wainright board recommends
many changes in the course of study
at the Naval Academy and advocates
thc removal of certain preparatory
schools from Annapolis.
A threatened outburst of anti-Jap
anese feeling is expected soon after
The Administration will at once be
gin work on its efforts to have re
ceivers appointed for trusts that are
Senator Smith, of Michigan declar
2fl against Government control of rail
roads and lauded national banks.
Mark Twain is coming home and
says he has had a great time.
Thc Koreans are much alarmed by
a report that Japan aims to dethrone
Bail Refused Mayor Schmitz.
San Francisco, Special. -Judge
Dunne refused to admit Mayor
Schmitz to bail and denied him the
jrivilege of visiting his attorneys.
Schmitz appeared in court to ask for
jail and to answer the indictments
:Iiarging him with accepting bribes
'.tova the gas company and the United
iailroads. In the first he failed. T\i2
second was a formality and was car
ried through without incident
No Ulterior Motives in Sending
Warships to the Pacific
STAY WILL LIKELY BE BRIEF
Deprecates the Idle Talk and Speen*
lation Indulged in hy Press and
Public Over the Action of the De
partment in Ordering the American
Fleet to the Pacific.
Oakland, Cal., Special.-Secretary
of the Navy Metcalf deprecates the
war-like aspect that has been given
the order of the cruise of the great
battleship squadron from the Atlantic
to the Pacific coast, ^he Secretary
said that thc proposed movement was
that of a practice cruise and that the
fleet would not be kept in the Pacific
permanently. He declared that the
length of time that the fleet would ro
main on the western side of the con
tinent had not yet been decided.
With considerable emphasis che
Secretary voiced his opinion that tho
war-like interpretation that had been
made in connection with the fleets
movement was not justified by the
facts. In fact the widely published
reports suggested hostile prepara
tions, seem to be a source of irrita
tion for the head of thc navy. He
"The fleet which will be moved
from the Atlantic to thc Pacific thin
winter is coming to.this side merely
on a practice cruise. The fleet will
consist of 16 or more vessels, not more
than 20, and its stay on this side will
not be permanent. Of course, the fleet
will not come here, turn around
and go right back again. How long it
will remain in thc Pacific will be de
termined at the proper time.
"There is no serious reason or ex
cuse for all this talk by the publio
and through the press of an attempt
to overawe thc Japanese by a war
like naval display. I do not believe
that the newspapers are justified or
right in so construing and coloring
the cruise of the warships to the Pa
President Takes Notes.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., Special-Pres
ident Roosevelt has received the re
port of the int?r-State commerce
commission setting forth facts and
conclusions arrived at as a result ol
the investigation of E. H. Harriman's
alleged manipulations of certain rail
roads finances. A copy of the reporl
also has been sent to Attorney Gen
eral Bonaparte, and thc statement
was made by Secretar)' Loeb that Mr.
Bonaparte's recommendations as to
future proceedings by the government
in the matter doubtless would bo
awaited by the President before he
directed any further move The con
clusions of the commission, it was ad
ded, would not be made public until
the Attorney General's recommenda
tions have been received.
Strike My Spread East. '
Oakland, Cal., Special.-Following
the refusal of Assistant General Sup
erintendent Miller of thc Western Un
ion Teclgraph Company, to meet a
committee of the striking operators.
President Small o thc Telegraphers'
Union, will leave for thc East, where
he will call a strike probably at
Chicago ar d other Eastern cities. Mr.
Miller refuses to let the committee
enter his office but sent them a note
statine; that he would meet them as
individuals if they sought reinstate
ment, but would meet no union man
Portrait of Czar Stolen.
Bcrli: By Cable.-A valuable por
trait of Emperor Nicholas of Russia
has been stolen from the Berlin nat
ional gallery. Thc theft was discover
ed at tho hour of closing, when the
guardians noticed that thc frame
which hitherto contained the picture
was empty. No trace of thc thief
has been found. The stolen portrait
is striking. It is done in oils and re?)
resents th? Emperor in a brilliant uni
form mounted on horseback at the
head of his staff.
Missouri Pacific Must Obey the Law.
Lincoln, Neb., Special.-Thc State
railway commission prcmptorily or
dered thc Missouri Pacific Railway lo
file schedules and comply with the
Aldrich law by July ll. The Aldrich
law reduces freight rates 15 per cent,
on grain, fruit, potatoes and building
material and prescribes a fine not ex
ceeding $1,000. The company disre
garded the law. '
McParland Charges Barred.
Boise, Idaho, Special.-The defense
in thc Stuencnbcrg murder case
charged that Detective James Mc
Parland has been guilty of an attempt
to manufacture testimony against
William D. Haywood, but was unsuc
cessful in getting the basis and de
tails of the charge before the court
THE BES? 'BREED.
A? a matter of fact, there ia no
such thing as a best breed. At the
same time, there may be some breed
that for your individual case would
be superior to others.
For instance, if you wish a general
purpose fowl one of the varieties of
the Plymouth Rocks, Wyandotic3,'or
Rhode Island Reds, would probably
be the best for your purpose. If it
ls eggs and eggs alone you are after,
then get one of the breeds in the Med
iterranean class-Leghorns, M:norcas,
Hamburgs, or Spanish.
Study your market demand, study
your environments and natural choice;
then procure the breed that will best
supply your conclusions drawn from
Don't think for a minute that yo?
can't make a success of pure-bred
fowls, because they are no more dif
ficult to handle than scrubs, providing
you handle the latter correctly also.
Ep! tom ist.
Alcohol 'vas discovered In the thir
If metal articles prove obstinate un
der the cleaning process lt ls likely,
there is a copper tinge in them. A
strong solution of oxalic acid, such
as is used for kitchen boilers, will be
found the best restorer. But it is a
most virulent poison and never should
xbe used when children are about. The
most obstinate metal will yield to tho
treatment prescribed.-New Haven
Remove Paint Spots.
Where a house is being done up
paint is not Infrequently spilt on
doorsteps, and it is sometimes found
difficult to remove. In that case
make a strong solution of potash and
wash the steps, simply leaving the
solution to soak in. In a short time
the paint will become soft and then
can be washed off with soap and water.
Then use cold water. Paint which
has been left for some time will yield
to this treatment.-New Haven Reg
Covering for Furniture.
' If one has prop?r covers for the
furniture and pictures a great deal of
trouble can be saved on sweeping day.
Buy cheap print cloth.
Haye three breadths in the cover,
and have it three yards and a half
long. It should be hemmed on the
' Six covers is the usual number,
though some households will not need
nearly that many.
Always remove these coverings
carefully, then take them out of doors
to be shaken. . ,
They will last a long time, and pay
for themselves in a year, because
they save so much extra dusting an<7
the moving of heavy articles.
In the morning have a basin of
tepid water with a soap that you
know ls absolutely pure. You can
test it uy touching it with your
tongue. If it "bites" it contains too
much alkali. Soak your hands thor
oughly Jn the soft suds. Do not use
ammonia or borax or any other quick
If you uste a brush at all, select one
soft enough to scrub the face with.
Hands are too bender to withstand
the drastic, rough brush often sold
under the name of a nail brush. An
oatmeal bag may be thrown into the
water when you wash, or a dash of
almond meal. This softens the skin
and that is what you are trying to
accomplish above all else.
The choice and arrangement of cur
tains for the summer home is an im
portant factor in giving it an individ
ual character of its own.
It is one of those things which in
dicate very clearly the taste and or
derliness prevailing within, or the
absence of them. The manner in
which they hang in straight, even
folds, or sagging at the corners with
the pattern meeting irregularly, tells
a story of its own.
The wheels of the domestic ma
chinery may run smooth enough
within, but the public takes its opin
ion from the appearance of the win
dows. Nothing gives a house a more
careless, neglected aspect than soiled
or badly dung window draperies.
With muslin curtains ready to hang
selling for 50 cents and 10 cents sold
by the yard, there seems to be little
excuse for the lack - of clean, well
hung curtains, suspended from brass
rods sold for 15 cents a window.
New Orleans Picayune.
Minced Veal on Toast-Chop cold,
cooked veal very fine, season to taste,
reheat in a cream sauce and spread
on thin slices of buttered toast. Lay
slices of hard cooked egg or a
poached egg on top of each piece of
German Cauliflower . Salad-Use
cold, cooked cauliflower separated in
to flowerets. Fry shredded bacon un
til crisp, drain and mix with the caul
iflower. Make a dressing, using the
bacon fat instead of oil. Pour bot
over the salad and serve.
Rocks-One cup of butter, one cup
of sugar, two eg^s, one-half cup of
sweet milk, spice? to taste, one-half
teaspoonful of salt, two cups of dry
oatmeal, one cup of raisins, enough
flour to make very stiff. Drop from a
spoon in a well-buttered pan, and
bake in a quick oven.
Corn and Bice Muffins-Take two
cupfuls of buttermilk, one cupful of
white cornmeal, one teaspoonful of
soda, a pinch of salt,* one egg, half a
cupful of cream, and half a cupful of
boiled rice. MaBh the rice, add the
salt, egg and cream, then the butter
milk mixed with the soda, then the
meal. Bake in buttered muffin in a
Onion and Cucumber Soup-Cut
two large cucumbers fine. Cook until
tender in boiling water, drain, press
through a sieve and set aside. Add
to one tablespoonful of bubbling hot
butter, two tablespoonfuls of flour,
stir until the mixture leaves the sides
of the pan. Add three cupfuls of
milk and stir until the mixture boils,
cook five minutes then add the onion
and cucumber pulp and half of a cup
ful of the liquid in which the vege
tables were cooked'. Mix thoroughly,
boil up once and serve.
Asparagus Salad-Drain the fresh
ly boiled asparagus, sprinkle with a
French dressing^and set aside to
chill. Arrange on lettuce leaves, gar
nish withvfancy bits stamped from
hard boiled whites of eggs and serve
with more* dressing. To make this
put four tablespoonfuls of olive oil,
a half teaspoonful of salt, a quarter
of a teaspoonful of pepper in a sau
ter and stir until,.^well mixed. Very
gradually add a tablespoonful ol vin
egar or two tablespoonfuls of lemon
juice, stirring until lt is thoroughly
blended, then use at once.
The Power of the Uniform.
The wearing of a uniform gives a
man a sense of responsibility and self
respect that his own clothes do not
invest him with-in the case of driv- i
ers, at any rate-and general experl- i
ence has proven that the garbing ol
the men in uniform has been produc
tive of much better work than would (
hav? been forthcoming had they been
allowed to disport In their own gar- ]
nients.-Illustrated Sporting and Dra
The only colored stone that Queen j
Alexandra really likes ls the amethyst, I
Mrs. Emma Stolt, of
"A neighbor advised me to use Peruna.
began to improve at once."
tWR3. EMMA STOLT.
Mrs. Emma Stolt, 1069 Oneida St., Ap
pleton, Wis'., writes:
"Peruna lias done me a great deal ol
good since 1 bogan taking it, and 1 am al
ways glad to speak a good word for ii.
"Three years ago I was in a wretched con?
dition with backaches, bearing doicn
pains, and at times was so nore and lame
that 1 could not move about. 1 had in
flammation and irritation,- and although 1
used different remedies they did me no
"A neighbor who bad been using Pe
runa advised me to try it, and 1 am glad
that T did. I began to improve as soon as
I took it and I felt much better.
"I thank you for your line remedy. It is
certainly a godsend to sick women."
Catarrh of tbe Internal Organs.
Miss Theresa Bertles, White Church,
"I suffered with catarrh of the stomach,
bowels and internal organs. Everything (
ate seemed lo hurt me. I never haa a
passage of the bowels without taking medi
ane. 1 was so tired mornings, and ached
all over. 1 had a pain in my left side, and
the least exertion or excitement made me
?iiort of breath.
"Now, after taking Peruna for six
months, 1 am as well as 1 ever was. Pe
runa has worked wonders for me. I be
lieve Peruna is the he<?t medicine in the
world, and I recommend it to my friends."
Perana is sold by your local drug
fist. Buy a bottle today.
lengthens the life of the
wagon-s ave s horse
power, line and tem
per. Best lubricant in
. forms J
hard coating on axle, and
If you want your outfit
to ?asi und carn money
while it lasts-grease
the axles with Mica
STANDARD OIL COMPANY i~
A Sure Sign.
"I wonder if there's anything seri
ous between that tall girl and the lit
"I think there is. She has had the
heels of all her shoes lowered."
FITS, St. Vitu9'Dance :Nervons Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. $3 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. ft. Kliuo, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
An optimist is one who keeps alive
the joy derived from common thing.*.
H. H. GREEN'S SONS, ot Atlanta, On., are
the only successful Dropsy Specialists in th?
world. Soo their liberal ofTur IQ advertise
ment In another ooluinn of this paper.
FROM THE BUZZER.
Host-Why did you write ?ll our
guests that this is to be a very in
.HostessT-So I'd be sure to be the
best-drcssed woman here-Life.
Professor-What is a vacuum?
Student-I can't just tell, but I
have it in my head, all right.-The
COULD HARDLY TOTTER ABOUT.
A Vivid Description of the Most In
sidious of Diseases.
Miss Emma Shirley, Killbuck, N.
Y.f writes: "Kidney disease mys
teriously fastened It
self upon me two
years ago and
brought awful head
aches and dizzy
spells. I was all un
strung, weak and
about. Pains in the
sido and back com
pletely unnerved me. My food dis
tressed me, I lacked badly and the
kidneys were noticeably deranged. I
sank lower and lower until given up,
and at this critical time began with
Doan's Kidney Pills. Details arj un
necessary. Twelve hoxes cured me
and I weigh six pounds more than
ever before. They saved my life. "
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Fostev-Milburn Co.; Buffalo, M. Y,
One may be sure that he has some
how got on thc wrong side when he
ceases to feel indignation and hatred
against the actiyities of sin.
THIS LINIMENT KI
J. Arthur Eru bec!: of Simeon, Xi
ZJtstXTsrt thc best he ever used.
lt entire'}-, and it is also a sure c
has used it for, hosays it is the
A PAIN F
Mr. W. E. Brurier of Richmond,
brutee, which ho grot from riding
friend recommended YAGER'S L
less than a bottle cured lt entirely
TAKE NO SUBSTITir
"My heroine sat lhere knitting"
"Hold on before you read any fur
ther. Did you not say your heroine
ivas cast away on a desert island?" i
With nothing but the clothes ?he
jame ashore in?" I
"Then how could nue be knitting?
"She* was knitting her brows."
The threatened telegraphers' strike
s becoming more imminent.
4,833,630 WOMEN WORK.
They Have Invaded All But Nine
Women at work in the United
States is the subject of a report Is
sued by the Census Bureau based on
the returns in 1900. In that year in
continental United States the ? J
number of women 1G years of age
and over was 23,485,559, while those
at work numbered 4,833,630. Most
of the women at work were young,
68.4 per cent, being under 35 years
of age; 44.2 per cent, under 23, and
25.6 per cent had not reached the
age of 21; 15.9 per cent, were mar
ried, 17.7 per cent were widows, and
1.3 per cent, were divorced.
The number of divorced women re
turned by the census, the report says,
is probably deficient, because the fact
of divorce ls not always'admitted. Of
the number reported divorced, 55.3
per cent were supporting themselves
wholly or in part. The total number
of women at work included 1,771,966
native white women, whose parents
also were natives; 1,099,744 native
?white women, one or both of whose
parents were immigrants; 840,011
white women, who were themselves
Immigrants; 1,119,621 negro women,
and 11,288 Indian and Mongolian wo
The number of women at work moro
than doubled in the twenty years
from 1880 to 1900, and there was a
noticeable increase.of bread winners
among married women in 1900 as com
pared with 1890. Women were rep
resented in all but nine of the 303
occupations in which bread winners
of the country were engaged.
The returns showed, among other
things, that five females were em
ployed as pilots; on steam railroads
10 were employed as baggagemen, 31
as brakemen, 7 as conductors, 45 as
engineers and firemen, and 26 as
switchmen, yardmen and flagmen; 43
were carriage and hack drivers, 6
ship carpenters, 2 roofers and slat
ers, 185 blacksmiths, 508 machinists,
8 boilermakers, 31 charcoal?, coke and
limeburners and ll were borers. Two
women were reported as "motormen."
Ahnost one-fourth of the ti'tal num
ber of women at work were servants,
456,405 were farm laborers, 96.8 per
centof whom were from the Southern,
States, and 361.S04 were negroeB.
There were 338,144 dressmakers, 327,
206 teachers, 328,933 laundress ra, 307,
706 farmers, 231,458 textile mill op
eratives and 146,929 housekeepers and
He-Do you think my voice will
ever be suitable for opera?
She-Stage or boxes?-Pick-Mc
Up, . .
Peace and a pistol are a perilous
combination, warns the Philadelphia j
Press. The depressed, disappointed,
overworked, under par moment will
come when hideous suggestion w.ill
take shape In a suicide which would
never have come but for the pistol
?habit-the long and habitual presenco
of a suicidal weapon.
He woh preaches to God in his
prayers is>quite likely to pray to men
in his preaching.
GIVES A PERFECT SKIN.
Sulphur in Liquid Form Adds to the
Beauty of Women.
"Beauty ie only skin deep," but you can
not be beautiful ii you have any Skin Dis
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Liquid Sulphur quickly cures Eczema, Tet
ter, Sores, Eruptions, Blotches, and all
Skin Diseases. Apply Himcock's Liquid
Sulphur Ointment to the face just as you
go to bed, and it will soon give you a
smooth, velvety skin.
Taken internally, Hancock's Liquid Sul
phur purifies the blood and clears up the
complexion. A few spoonfuls in hot water
makes the finest of sulphur baths. All
druggists sell it. Sulphur Booklet free, if
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Dr. W. W. Leake, of Orlando, Fla., who
was cured, says: "It is the most wonderful
remedy ?or Eczema I have ever known."
Christ does not save nien from any
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SCALY ERUPTION ON BODY.
Doctors and Remedies Fruitless-Suf
fered IO Years-Completely Cured
by Three Boxes of Cuticura.
"Small sored appeared on cadi of my
lower l?nbs and shortly afterwards both of
those limbs became so sore that 1 could
scarcely walk. The sores began to heal,
but small, scaly eruptions appeared. The
itching was se severe that 1 would scratch
the sores until the blood began to flow.
After 1 fullered thus about ten years 1
made a renewed effort to effect a .ure.
The eruptions by this time bad appeared
on every part of my body except my lace
and hands. 'The best doctor in my native
county and many remedies gave no relief.
Finally my hair began to fall out and 1
was rapidly becoming bald. A few months
after, having used almost everything else,
1 thought 1 would try Cuticura Ointment
and .Cuticura Soap. After using three
boxes I was completely cured, and my hair
was restored, after fourteen years of suf
fering and an expenditure of at least ?50 to
$60 in vainly endeavoring to find a cure.
B. Hiram Mat tingly,. Vermillion, S. Dak.,
Aug. 18, 1006." ?* '
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One c? his horses had a curb and It removed V/
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best of all liniments and recommends it. sei
UL BRUISE. Pr
Va., -writes: I had been troubled with a severo *3'?l
: a horse bareback and could not cure i t, a '. \
iNiMENT, ono application relieved him, and In
', ho say's lt is the best liniment he ever used, it J
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. Va., .writes :-Theyt'.so 125 to 150 horses and mutes, and have used YAGER'S
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reral months a veterinary worked on a horse with a severe case of sweeny
th co results, when thrco bottles of YAGER'S LINIMENT cured it. Mr.
?co was laid up for eleven months with rheumatism, seven months in
i; two bottles of YAGER'S LINIMENT put. him oa his feet
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your home end stable, it will bc the best investment you ever made.-Have
cady for emergreucics.
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xperience of a prnciical poultry raiser for fOnly 25c.Jtrenty-ftvo yean?. It W4>writtea
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