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BABY'S TORTUUHa HUMCR.
Cars Looked as It They Would Drop
Off Face Mass of Sores Cured hy
Cutlcura la Two Weeks for 75c
"I feci It my duty to parents of oth
r poor suffering hnbles to tell you
what Cutlcura lias done for my llttlo
daughter. Slic broke out all over her
body with n humor, and wo used ev
erything recommended, hut without re
sults. I called In three doctors, they
II claimed they could help her, but
sho continued to grow worse. Her body
was n mass of sores, and her little face
was being eaten away; her cars looked
ns If they would drop off. Neighbors
advised me to get Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment, and before I had used half
of the cake of Soap and box of Oint
ment the sores had all healed, and my
little one's face nnd body were as clear
as a new-bom babe's. I would not be
without It ngalu If It cost live dollars,
Instead of seventy-live cents. Mrs.
George J. Steese, 701 Coburn St, Ak
Iron Mny Injnre Grar Hair.
The hair dresser handled his Iron, a
Bllni little wnnd, lightly and delicately,
and Tcry charming was the "Marcel
wave" that he Imparted to the young
woman's brown hair. Kvcry two or
three minutes he heated the Iron In on
electric lamp, nnd ho would test Its
temperature afterward, holding It close
to his lip.
"So long as I don't burn your hair,"
he said. "It Is not necessary, nindnm. to
be particular about the Iron's heat. Hut
when I wave gray hair, then I must be
very particular. Half n degree too
much, and. I turn the hair yellow.
"Gray-haired women should be very
careful about the men they allow to
wave their hair. They should patronlzo
exports only. Otherwise the too hot
Iron changes the beautiful silver gray
color of their locks to a dirty yellow."
New York Press.
HERITAGE OF CIVIL WAR.
Tlioaannil cif Soldiers Contracted
Clironlc Klilner Trouble 'Willie In
The experience of Captain John L.
Ely, of Company 12, Seventeenth Ohio,
now living at 500 East 2d street, New
ton, Kan., will Inter
est the thousand of
veterans who came
back from the Civil
War suffering torture?
with kidney c o in
plaint. Captain I21y
kijs: "I contracted
kidney tiouble during
the Civil War, and the
finally developed into
a chronic case. At one time 1 had to
use a crutch and ciuie to get about.
My back was lame and weak, nnd be
sides the aching, there was a distress
ing retention of the kidney secretions.
I was In a bad way when I began
Using Doan's Kidney 1M1N In 1001. hut
the remedy cured me, and I have been
.well ever since."
Sold by all dealers. PO cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co.. Hnffnlo. N. Y.
PAID DEARLY FOR MEANNESS.
Farmer Lout Elslitr Hoc by 111
Treatlnir a llor and Dwr.
"It doesn't pay to Incur the enmity
of a boy," snld a Kansas City man
the other day, relating the misdeeds of
his early youth. "I remember how I
took revenge on a farmer whom I
thought mistreated me. Ho had n
largo dog which I greatly admired,
but which he sadly mistreated by starv
ing and beating It. I used to coax the
dog to go hunting with me, nnd as I
had no gun, his aid In running down
rabbits was very material. One day
the farmer caught me hunting with his
dog. He seized mo by the neck ami
shoal; mo roughly, telling me that If li;
caught me hunting with his dog again
he would break every bone In my body
end stamp mo Into the earth. I felt
deeply Indignant. I planned to be
avenged by some method which would
not set me Into more trouble. Within
the next two weeks my tormentor lost
eighty line hogs from cholera. I had
got satisfaction, l'rom tho pen of a
neighbor whoso pigs had tho plague I
had picked up two half-eaten ears of
corn which I threw Into the feed lot
of my enemy and infected his whole
herd. It was a devilish deed, nnd even
before tho pigs began to dlo I had re
pented. A boy's wrath Is as terrible
as a man's, and ho has not the wisdom
of years to help him control It. Eighty
lino hogs was tho price that farmer
paid for promising to massacre n boy
for making friends with his mlbtieated
dog. And the farmer never know, llicn
a boy and n dog are better to havo ns
friends than a3 enemies." Kansas City
Explain Hnw to Keen Up Mental
and rii7lcnl VlRor.
A New Jersey editor writes:
"A long indulgence In Improper food
brought on a condition of nervous dys
pepsia, nearly threo years ago, m se
vere that I had to quit work entirely.
I put myself on a strict regimen of
Grape-Nuts food, with plenty of out
door exercise, and In a few months
found my stomach so far restored that
tho process of digestion gave me pleas
ure Instead of distress.
"It also built up my strength so that
I was nblo to resume my business,
which Is oncrone, ns I not only edit
my own paper but nlso do u great de.i,
of 'outside writing.
"I And that tho Grape-Nuts diet en
ables mo to wrlto with greater vigor
than ever before, nnd without tho feel
ing of brain-fag with which I used to
be troubled. As to bodily vigor I cm
and do walk miles every day without
fatigue a few squares used to weary
mo before I licgan to live un Grape
Nutsl" Name git en by Postum Co., Hat
tlo Creek, Mich.
There's n reason. Head the llttlo book,
"Xh IUd to Wcllvlllo," In pkgs.
OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS
THE CRIME AOAIHST CHILDnES.
IOYS In highway robbery,
Bl and dance halls. These are tho spectacles
I that nro sending sword thrusts nf pain and
K1ICL 1UIU JlUltJUlUI UCUllO
this winter, nnd every winter and every
season of every year In this and every land,
and perhaps especially In this land, where
parental authority Is apt to relax and filial reverence,
to decllno and youthful blood run riot In tho quest for
excitement, adventure and fun. Every city Is agitated
over Its wild boys nnd wild girls. What Is to bo said,
what Is to be done?
Sociology has run to seed In tho propensity to attrib
ute every Individual action to the tendency of society.
Not tho drunkard Is censurable, but only tho saloon;
not the ninn who gambles nway his week's wages, but
only the cards and the green table; not tho nlrl who
yields to some Insistent ruffian, but the four walls and
tho furniture that wcro the scene of her ruin; not the
boy that Joins n bovy of evil companions, but tho police
man on his block, or the yellow journal, or tho divorce
laws, or the straight front corset, or woman's clubs.
No boy Is ever caught In tho meshes of the law under
tho Impression that ho was behaving himself. No girl
Is guiltless and Innocent of heart who goes into a privates
room and drinks llqour with a strange man. That sound
principles nre not more fully understood nnd practiced
by our youth Is the fault of the father and mother,
engrossed in business or pleasure to tho exclusion of
parental duties, such ns tbo old Jewish. German and
Puritan fathers were wont to discharge with such fidel
ity and good results.
Children do not form character and mold a destiny
by chance. They must be trained; and there Is no more
crying need of the hour than the sense of parental re
sponsibility. Men who look after their business with
sedulous exactness, and women who have studied Amer
ican leads and antique rugs and Italian marbles and
Parisian modes with Infinite patience and care, dis
charge the solemn obligations of fatherhood and mother
hood In a careless and haphazard sort of way. Out of
such betrayal of the most sacred of trusts comes the
awful ruin of" young lives. There nre girls so trained
that not oil the wine rooms In the world could corrupt
their virtue, and boys to whom n saloon and gambling
house on every corner would bo no temptation. Indian
JHI2 wny In which ninny
place Is nu object of criticism nnd a cause
of uneasiness to some scientists. They fear
It Is deteriorating the race. Men nro care
ful, they point out, to mate their horses and
velop In the highest
tpoclal qualities which make them valuable. But hu
man beings nre allowed to mate as they please regard
less of their physical, mental, or moral deficiencies or of
their adaptability to each other. For tho good of pos
terity ns well as for tho happiness of tho candidates for
matrimony there ought, it has been gravely argued, to
be some authority to forbid the bans In case It should
appear, for scientific reasons, that they ought not to be
allowed. Marriages, It used to bo said, nie mnde In
heaven. They ought, on this theory, to be made In the
American Medicine docs not like the theory. It ques
tions, In a recent nrtlcle. If any man ever will be wUo
enough to say who ought and who aught not to marry.
It points out that many parents uho have good consti
tutions nnd seem Ideally ndapted to each other have
children that "lack resistance to tho Invasion of path
"What In tho world Is my llttlo Mary
trying to tloi" queried tho genial Pa
Jones, In n sugar-coated voice, as ho
dashed Into the happy home, and found
Ma diligently working with a pencil
and paper. "Is she tearfully making
her lust will and testament? Is sho
copying a reclpo that tells how to make
nngel enko without pain nnd prayers?
Is sho writing n noto of npology to
somo dear lady friend, saying how
sorry sho Is thnt sho was looking out
tho second-story window nnd was not
nt home tho day tho dear friend called?
Is sho "
"No, Mr. Jones," rejoined Mn, with a
Rweet, wifely glance nt tho poor soul
who has to pay tho freight, "I am Mm
ply trying to llguro out how much
money jou waste each week on cigars,
soothing syrups, dinners "
"What's that, mndamo? What's thnt,
darling?" jb tho exclalmful Interjec
tion of Pa, who lost no time In Jlnrlng
up like tho aurora borealls. "What nro
you talking about? What are you try
ing to heap on to mo? What are you
trying to throw over Into my bnckynrd?
Have you been listening to the quack
ling of your garrulous mother again?
Have tho Smiths been In another con
sultation over my case? Havo "
"Now don't get excited, yon pretty
boy!" responded Mn, returning tho okl
man's hawk-ejed glnro "Don't start to
howl nnd let till the neighbors know
what, a nlco Jay I havo for a husband.
I merely wnnt to call your intention to
n few facts I 1 merely wnnt to remind
you that words nro good when backed
by deeds hero In lnrgo nnd luscious
bunches! lit cry tlmo I ask you for a
cent you start to shriek like n loconio
ttvo that has been hit In tho bmoko
stack with a brick, nnd yet "
"What's tho matter with you, wom
an? What's tho matter with you?" was
tho indlgunnt retort of tho pnlncd Pn.
"What's aching you? Don't I glvu you
nil tho money you need for the house
hold expenses? Don't I pny tho bills
nnd buy teeth for your dear mnthor?
Don't I Mipply this fnnilly with the
nccesisltter of life nnd nil the Smith
relitthes with luxuries? Don't I"
"lis, you pay tho bills, you nlco old
ogenic organisms" In other words, that arc weak ana
puny wbMo many parents who havo poor constitu
tions, or do not seem well ndapted to each other, have
fine children. It might have added that many couples
who, when they wore married, were pronounced perfect
ly mated have ended In the divorce court, while many
who were regarded as unequally yoked together llvo so
happily as to be tho envy of their neighbors nnd friends.
American Medicine thinks what Is needed is not
more restrictions on marrfago, but less. The Interest of
the race. It believes, Is that young people shall bo let
marry pretty much as they choose. Perhaps the sebemo
of mating men and women "scientifically" Is not so sci
entific as it seems. Its advocates forget that domesti
cated animals arc mated, not with a view to their good
but with a view to the plcasnre or profit of thoso who
own them. In a state of nature animals pair as instinct
prompts them. Tho result Is to equip wild animals with
bodies by which they are enabled much better than do
mesticated ones to take care of themselves wherever
they happen to be. When the good of the animal Itself
or of Its own species is to bo subserved nature knows
better than man how to guide Its conduct, so It mny be,
after all, that the really scientific marrlago is that In
which science might be supposed to have the least part
the marriage, that is, which Is prompted by nature, the
marrlago solely for love.
If this be the case, marriage Is on a more scientific
basis In the United States than In any other country.
Tho young folks here usually nrrnnge everything. Tho
results, on the whole, nre satisfactory. Many terminate
their romances in the divorce courts. But this does not
show there Is more martial infelicity hero than else
where. In fact, there Is less. All It shows Is that those
who cannot live happily together, or think they cannot,
have more opportunity hero than elsewhere to free them
selves from bonds that gall them.
girls In wlno rooms
." ufc, w .....
pupils In the use of slang, because slang Is beneficial. He
said that tho boy or girl between tho ages of 14 and 10
needed to acquire fluency, and that slang would help along
this result. Ho therefore recommended the teacher who
heard a student state that he had a "bunch" or a
"straight tip" not to make any correction, because the
student had found tho right word.
Tho teachers gasprd, and it Is not to bo wondered nt
that they did. Every one who has ever taught a school, or
been to one, knows that tho efforts of most teachers are
of necessity directed toward the use of correct English In
the recitation room, by themselves nnd their pupils. If
slnng Is to be substituted for our mother tongue, where,
If you please, is the child to learn to speak English?
It Is to bo doubted whether the conclusion of Professor
Hall Is correct, and whether the high -school student needs
to ucqulro fluency. As a general thing, boys and girls of
that age can talk fast enough about anything In which
they nre Interested, and It Is not likely thnt tholr recita
tions will be any more fluent if they are allowed to
make them In slang. The trouble generally is that school
docs not interest them, nnd their own affairs do.
Moreover, It Is something of nu Imposition to expect
these teachers to learn slang In addition to nil the other
things they nro expected to know. Slang Is a language,
and changes yearly, nu it ought to, for but little of it is
worth preserving. Cannot the tencher be more profitably
occupied than in studying tho patois of the streets?
degree possible the
quawk!" scrnpfully responded tho
heated Ma. "Hut you stop right there
like a spite fence butting Into an in
junction! What do jou do with the
money that Is left? Do you give It to
me? Do you ocr surprise mo with a
donation of n dollar? No, Hen Jones!
You know you don't If I want a few
cents to buy nnythlng I hnvo gut to
pat you ou tho back, call you Teddy
Koosevelt and mako you think that
you nro the only thing that can whlza
down the pike without displaying n
license tag! If I want a new hat or
new gown I have got to apply to the
courts for a writ of replevin to make
you loosen up, or go through your
clothes when you nro asleep! If I "
"You aro rambling. Mrs. Jones! You
nro rambling!" broke In Pa, Etcam
fully. "You nro mixed like dough In
n bnko shop! You nro "
"Shut up, you freak!" was tho
shoutful Interruption of Mn. "I nm
not hnlf done yet! I havo not oven
commenced! If I waut anything for
myself I havo got to beg or steal It,
while you nre throwing away money
putting on nlrs nnd proving thnt you
nro a soft snap to your thirsty pals!
Only yesterday you brought homo an
other box of cigars What la more,
"You mako me sick, madamo! You
mako mo sick!" exclaimed tho exas
perated Pa. "You make me feel like n
repetnut kloodlo that has been mon
keying with pnrls green! You make mo
feel like n chill victim In an ague cli
mate? Haven't I got a right to smoko
ono or two cigars a day? Haven't
"Of courso you have, your beautiful
heathen!" put In Mn, nngrlly. "You
havo n right to spend your whole In
coino on bums nnd dinners, while I go
without tho things I nctunlly need!
You havo tho right to squander every
put you mnko cu poker nnd other fool
Ishuess, wlillo your poor little wifo
suffers hi sllcncol Thnt's what I get
for leaving Papa nnd n good home to
marry n hog-headed Jones. That's
what I get for "
"UVulo nway, sweetheart! l'ade
nwny!" returned tho Irritated Pn, jelp.
fully. "Scat! Sneak! lllo yourself nwny
to tie backwoods nnd cncklo It oer
with tho crows! Chnso yourself awny
to your dear mother and chirp It oicr
with lierl I am tiled of hearing you
warble! I nm tired of hearing you
With tills Pa Jonci speedily hustled
THE USE OF SLAUO. .
AI1DLY n day panes without some bomb
shell being thrown Into the fortress of old
cstablshed systems of education. The latest
educator to play Nihilist Is Professor G.
Stanley Hall, president of Clark University,
who has been explaining to a summer class
of teachers that they should not correct their
to his den, nnd sought solace In ono
of tho disputed cigars, while Ma, hav
ing no ono to tcrap with, soulfully
sighed and looked Into the sympathetic
eye.s of llttlo FIdo.
"What is the meaning of this bill,
mndamo? What is the meaning of this
bill, Mrs. Jones?" cried Pa, with somo
evidence of anguish the next evening.
"Will you bo good enough to tell mo
why you nro buying porch bcrecns lu
March? Will you bo sweet enough to
explain what you aro going to do with
bathing suits iu mid-winter? Will
"Thnt's nil right, Henry!" replied
Mn, cheerfully. "I got them becauso
they were marked down nt least CO
per cent on account of tho season,
and " ,
"Got them because they were marked
down, mndamo! Got them because they
were marked down!" thundered the
hysterical Pa, glaring first nt the bljl
and then at Ma. "Well, do you think
that was a wise stunt? Do you think
thnt any sane Jones would have dono
n loony act Hko that? What do you
mean by tying up capital that I need In
my business? What do you mean Geo
whizz! Holy smoke! If hero Isn't a
couplo of hammocks. Hero also n lot of
palm leaf fans and a bunch of garden
hose! Why didn't you buy fire-crackers,
Mrs. Jones? Why didn't you lay
In your Fourth of July works whllu
you were nbout It? Why didn't you
get twenty-seven yards of fly paper?
Why didn't you get tickets for tho
baseball game? Why didn't you "
"But, Henry," luterposcd Ma, rou
don't understand! You don't "
"Silence, woman; Silence!" barked
tho commanding Fa, majestically. "Put
the kibosh on your gabble trap! It Is
my turn to speak now! It Is my turn
to siiout with nil tho eloquence of a
ranting spellbinder! Don't suy an
other word to mo about wasting
money ! Don't say. another squawk to
mo about squandering coin for cigars!
You have got mo beaten In tho lavish
hand game llko a wheelbarrow in an
nu to race! You take tho cake, Smithy!
You win tho poll"
Mn camo back with words long, loud
nud plenty, and during tho nett two
hours a dyuamito explosion might havo
broken Into tl(0 homo of tho Jones fam
ily without being heard. Philadelphia
Every mother Is a trained nurse
with Uio two unimportant exceptions
o? the uniform and tho wages.
Tk Rlsat Auwtr,
Georjra Ha.Tcy, the editor, was talk
Ing about literary prize competitions.
Theso competitions no doubt do
good." he said, "but they excite a
great deal of rage and bitterness. If,
for instance, there are COO competitors
for a prize, it Is likely that 40O of them
will be dissatisfied with the award.'
Mr. Uanrcy Mnllcd.
"Lucky Is the Judge," he said, "who
can answer the disgruntled competi
tor as a friend of mine once did.
"liy friend was the Judge in n son
net contest Over 1,000 sonnets were
submitted. My friend read them all,
awarded the prize of f25 to a young
gentleman of Boston, and In a few
days received from another competitor
a letter saying:
" 'Have yu not made a mistake, and
given tho prize to the worst Instead of
tho best sonnet?""
"My friend wrote back; "No, for
If I had, the prize would undoubtedly
have fallen to you." "
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from n consumptive's gravo by
taking Kemp's Balsam in time.
Is it worth whllo to experiment
with anything else ?
Sold by all dealers at :5c and 50c
la all Its stares.
Ely's Cream Balm4
cleanses, soothes and heals
the dUessed membrane.
It cares catarrh aal dnTts
sway a cold la ths head
Cream Balm Is placed Into Uie nostrils, tpreate
otct Ue nembrane snd Is absorbed. BeUstlaha
medUta and a cure follows. It Is not drjtag does
Dot prodoce sneezing. IarsSke,M cents at Drag.
gtitl or by mall ; Trial Bias, lo'centa.
SXT BROTHEES, CSWsrren Street, Haw Tork.
SIGN Of THE FISH
wvwiaa.n UT BWaK Cla,
That DcEghtful Aid to Health
Whitens the teeth purines
mouth and breath cures nasal
catarrh, sore throat, sore eyes.
ana Dv direct application cures
all inflamed, ulcerated and
catarrhal conditions caused by
Pcxtme possesses extraordinary
cleansing, healing and germi
cidal qualities unlike anything
else. At all druggists. 50 cents
LUtGB TRIAL PACKaGS FBB8
The It. Paxton Co., Boston. Has.
CHICAGO. FT. WAYNE, FOS.
TORIA, F1NDLAY, CLEVELAND.
BUFFALO. NEW YORK. BOSTON
SAND ALL POINTS
EAST and WEST
Ruched Most Quickly and Comfortably via tha
Nickel Plate Road.
Three Krjirrss Trains every day la ths year,
rhra Fullmsu Sleeping Cars to' Chicago, Kew
York and Boston, Comfortable hlsh bsek seat
coaches and modern Dining Cars serving meU
sa laatvtdusl Clnb risa mntfes In prices
tromSSotoU.00. Also a U Cstis serrlee.
Oolorcd Porters In uniform r look to tha
eomlort of Vrst and arcond class passengers
and keep ears scrupulously clean.
Direct Connections with Fast Trains at
Chicago and Buffalo.
AH Agents Sell Tickets vU UUi Popular Rwits.
- O. A. MELIN.
, THAV. . AQT. T. Wa.YNs.INO