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CONSTANTINE MAN OF ACTION!
New Grecian Monarch Has Proved
Himself Worthy of the Crown He
ConMantine the new V.iup of Ortcp
is of l:iriish anil IMitHi;in Mood, his
father hating been a con of Christian
IX. of Denmark, and his mother helriK
the eldest daughter of Cranil Puke
Confctantine. a brother of Alexai-der
ii. imiic i (-Histamine was born in
FOR CHURCH UNITY1
Writer in Universalist Leader
Puts the Subject Before All
There is a genuine desire, which la
approaching the uuhersal. in Chris
tian churches of every name, for home
I form of unity, in which the forces of I . ...i i i.. .. .
. -- ....... . kiiitriiT tiiu iikiuiii ti (f uuuit an r.ii-
the Christian fnlth held in common, jmi povpriii-hs and Cerman and Creek
may be made effective Hut the de- tutors. Later on he went to Herlln.
' sire has In a large measure proved where he received his education as a
fruitless, because of the unwillingness , foidler. being attached to the Second
on the part of any to sacrifice their , regiment of Prussian foot guards. In
cherished Inheritance of denomina I i,si7 he took command of the Creek
tlonal history, tradition, practices, troops in the war with Turkey, bin
dogama and autonomy. j his army was crushed in Thessaly
This stubbornness of Integrity has In April lat he was appointed inspec
successful! withstood etery assault I toi general of the forces. and has blnce
and eery appeal, and really, it Is ' shown himself a soldier of merit. At
to the credit of those having convlc- I the moment of hl accession he was in
tlons. to hold them sacredly, and yet ' Kplrus. conducting the military opera
tions for sweeping the Turks out of
DANDRUFF COVERED SCALP
"Do you intend to make a tour of
the big desert"'
"No. I haven t got the 'band "
T"rr"h piipplv Mrs. Aii'Tln' Ric I5uc'
nlival now on hand at jour dtocern. Adv.
First Sewing Machine.
The earliest attempt at sewing ma
chliiery of which there is any authen
tic record was in 177.". in which ye.ir
a machine was patented in Kngland
by Charles V Weisenthal.
RUBBER ON GATES
Wife o Weak and Nervous
Could Not Stand Least
Noise How Cured.
Kill the Flies Now and Prevent
divavp. A IMls-V KI.V KlI.I.KH will .!., It
Killtlioii.aniI. I.nMsall sca-.n. All il.-n !-
or .ix M-ot exr-M paid fur l. II. SOMKK3
I!J"IeKaIbAe, lirooklyn. X. Y. Adv.
For Every Baking
Best because it's the
purest. Best because
it never fails. Best
because it makes every
baking light, fluffy and
evenly raised. Best
because it is moder
ate in cost highest in
At your grocers.
i because of this, the movement to-
, wards unity Is stayed at this point.
And therefore It appears that goal
6o earnestly bought must b ap
proached by another path; a path
through which all may walk without) 3002 Cass St. St Ixnis Mo "For
fcurrender of self-respect, and et , five jears I suffered with Itching of my
with entire abandou to thi. spirit of j body and scalp. My trouhle began with
unity. I a rash on my lower limbs which was
It should be noted that whatever the very annoying, and my scalp was lit- '
detail of practical opposition tc unity. ; erally covered with dandruff. My hair t
really it comes back finally to pride of used to come out by the handfuls and
and loyalty to the denomination, that the Itching of my body and scalp was
is. the one word which stands in terrible. I had used almost all the
the way of church unity today, is ' skin remedies on the market with no
Ignorance Disgusted Waitress.
Assistant District Attorney Clark
was conducting a case in the criminal
court A large, rough-shouldered negro
was in the witness chair "An then."
said the witness, "we all went down in
tile alley, an' shot a few crap.' 'Ah,'
said Mr Clark, swinging his eyeglass
impressively. "Now, sir. I want ou
to address the jury and tell them jtfst
how you deal craps." "Wass 'hat?"
asked the witness, rolling his eyes
"Address the jury, sir," thundered Mr
Clark, "and tell them just how you
deal crapt." "Lemme outen heah."
said the witness, uneasily "Firs' hing
I know this gemman gwine asl; me
how to ilriuk a sandwich."
the word denomination, the word, re
gardless of lt etymological meaning,
which marks the boundaries of in-
results, when I wrote for a little Ctiti
cura Soap and Ointment and it gave
me instant relief. Within one month's
"it was. to say the least of It." a
London letter remarks, "Just a little
bit awkward that the electric light
went out the other evening at the
town house of a presumably wealthy
! cluslvenets and eiclusUeness. and for- ' use of the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment ' ,W , , . . ?" , .
bidb any union which Is not absorp- ' parting, gently rubbing Cutlcura Olnt
Uon. ; one strand of my hair coming out and
deal of political entertaining. The
1 4aT aTsi
pUif nfJP 1
WoHJ. Pur Food 1
ftitioa. Qucaco. III.
Pari Expmatioo. Fn
Yoa don't tavt money when yoa Juy
cheap or hif-can baling potoJer. Don't
b jrdiUA. Buy Calumet. It' mora
economical mot wholesome fleet
batretulU. Calumet U fat tuperior to
And yet no word so entirely mls
, represents the spirit which dwells
', within the church for it builds the
! wall which prevents that federation
. of forces which is already in the
I hearts of the great majority The pre
vailing spirit recognizes that the
' Christian churches are already one
1 In purpose anC are kept apart by
' denominational barriers How to
i preserve the gocd Vn the denomination
al organization, to maintain church
self-respect, to encourage tpeciflc
loyalty, to conserve every existing
force, and jet to bring then, into a
, working whole Is the problem
And this problem we believe, finds
lis solution In a bingle word. Ktery
sect recognizes that it U but one
member of the Christian church. It
strengthens itself that It ma) contri
bute larger sen ice to the whole, c
and this recognition needs
made actual and practical and t
1 to real unity is open for use, for
have but to strike out from ecclesias
! onl Iff frnttir.. flit, unnl "ilrinmi
tlon," and substitute In iu place
I have not lost a minute of sleep
sine using tho Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment, which entirely cured me of
itching of my body and scalp in its
worst form. 1 also find the Cutlcura
Soap a benefit in shaving ' (Signed)
Charles Judlin, Dec 8. IfUl
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world Sample of each
free, with 32 p. Skin Hook. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, DepL U Boston."
Oysters Always Good Until June.
It will be of great interest to ecry
housewife who enjos good ojsters to
guests, to the number of a dozen, had
just finished their soup when the un
fortunate incident occurred. The
scramble to hnd a sutriclpnt numbei
of candles so that the dinner migh'
proceed was attended with a great
deal of difficulty and no little amuse
nient The butler, who Is dem-ribed
as being a bit new to his Job, was Im
mediately told to telephone to the
electric company, report the catastro
phe and demand attention to the mat
ter It was a trying moment for the
guests when he returned to th din
tug room and announced in real
Cocknej accent 'Please, my lad thf
gentleman whats on the teli phone
t learu that oysters are In better condi- I ' l""-v t'"1 ""'erai earning i. iters
unless the account was paid active
bteps would have o be taken""
IF HE WERE A RELATIVE
Observance of Colored Man Really Of
fered Some Good Idea for Worthy
An official of one of the departments
at Washington save that while gofcig
to his luncheon one afternoon he Saw
a military funeral passing down Penn
sylvania avenue. As the pageant,
passed the official was standing on tho
curb, hat In hand, and noting with in
terest the reversed arme, the flag
draped coffin, and the riderless horse
behind some one touched him on the
elbow and said: "I hope you'll ex
.cuse me, boss, but would you mln' tell
In' me whether the dead soldier was
jnythin' to youT"
"Why, no," answered the official,
smiling in spite of himself, as he
turned and beheld a solemn looking
darky of perhaps sixty years of age.
"Excuse me again, boss," continued i
the negro, "but you kinder looked that
sorry I thought mebbe he was some
thin' to you."
"He was a brave soldier," answered
The darky said nothing for a mo
ment. Finally, with a sigh, he added:
"Wouldn't It be gran", boss, mournln"
for a man like that, s'posla' he was
sotnethin to you?"
How would It loo.
The Episcopalian department.
The Methodist department.
The Baptist department.
The Presbyterian department.
The Unitarian department.
tion and flavor In March, April and
May than they are In February. If !
the winter is severe ojsters do not
have as much of their natural food
urlng January and Februar. and fre-
little In plumpness. As
ater begins to get warm
and April, the beautiful
coplc diatoms, which con
principal food of the oys
1 much more rapidly, con
; oysters grow fat and
xture and flavor, so that
uentl at their best in
k B -
I needed a 9ifK" that could be thor
oughly screened from flies to keep ray
left-overs My husband with a key
The I'nlvertiHst department of the hole saw made two half circles, four
Christian ch srch, etc.. etc, j teen inches by six Inches, out of a
Straightway all are united In the pine, box; then nailed these ends
Christian church and serving through ' with three pieces of quarter round,
the department which gives to them ! tventy-seven Inches long, bought ten
greaest efficiency The success of one ' cents' worth of wire screen, tacked It
Is the success of all. Deadly competl- J over this frame and screwed a little
tlon Is measurably elmlnated. and j handle on top. Three or four dishes
even 1 i iMl- r IV" " " " of members at one time can be put under this
are affected for the better, for both screen. Exchange.
belong to the same church and are i
simply working Vtn different depart- I Gd Was Too Busy.
ments Utile Jimmy was out walking with
Of course all this Is true already In ' his nurse when he passed a house
the minds of many; is It true enough ' 'here the men were carrying out a
to be proclaimed? And by the chang-, casket I,e asked hls nurse wnat waa
ing of a word can we not set forward . 1 he box, and she told him that Mr
mirhtllv the simreme mirnnse of this Hrown'S body was In It. That night
r!hHRtln hour? Universalis! Leader "hen Jimmy Went to bed he
j say his prayers, and his mother
him why He answered. "The
be too buy unpacking Mr
he w on t be able to
bard enough for
a healthy wom
an. The w ife
who has a bad
back, who Is
I weak or tired
all the tl:
finds her dui
a heavy Durden.
nervous, d 1 s -couraged,
ly women have
"Even, "PKiurr Tills trouoies to sick.
e Story" kidneys have
found quick and thorough relief
through using Doan's Kidney PillB.
The painful, trying valines of
woman's life are much- easier to
bear If the kidneys are well.
An Iowa Case
Mrs. J Hunt. !". H.f4h Ht , r'alrfli-M. la.. &
'Viir thin? rap I mjffrrvO frunj kldnry tumble.
1 had -vrn backah. headarho and din?
pell!, and iut llmht, trlld mi 1 couldnl walk.
IfcianS KldwT lMliarorrd m wlwn eir-rythlng
elM falltMl. I i-anDut yraUn tbni too highly.
Cat Doan'a at Any Stera. 50c a Box
FOSTER-MttBURN CO- BUFFALO. N.Y.
Munford, Ala. "I was so weak and
nervous while passing through tba
Change of Life that
I could hardly live.
My husband had to
nail rubber on all the
gates for I could not
stand it to have a
"I also had back
ache and a fullness
in my stomach. I
noticed that Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound was
advertised for such cases'and I sent and
got a bottle. It did me so much good
that I kept on taking it and found it to
he all you claim. I recommend your
Compound to all women afflicted as I
was." Mrs. K P. Mullendore, Mun
An Honest Dependable MedlcJno
is Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. A Root and Herb medicine orig
inated nearly forty years ago by Lydia
E. Pinkham of Lyon, Mass., for con
trolling female ills.
Its wonderful success in this line has
made it the safest and most dependable
medicine of the age for women and no
woman suffering from female ills does
herself justice who does not give it &
If you have the slightest dimbe
that Lyilia K. IMnkliaiu'H Vegeta
ble Compound will help you. writo
to Lyilia H.lMnkhumMedieineCo.
(confidential) Lynn, Mass., forad
vice. Your letter will he opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
TO THE SETTLER
THE AMERICAN RUSH TO
Free Horn eat end
In Ui rtf w DUtrlrt i.f
wjn anU AlLertn tlirr
am itfrwuftamlii ut b n-
to i Im ium a ma ku Hi eni r j
Id 3 yn time wiT. bo
wont f mm fjj tn CS p-r
Here. The lands arr
well adaDlnl t ara.in
growing and mule rllt.j s
Km V&UL 5W t-T -fc- mm '
lo many cat the rallwaji to
CanaOa batf twn bulit tn d
Tiniti of kettlf ment. and Ui a
hurt lime ihrr will nii & a
itlrwtM n'l be DHiro lnn
tnir twt tve Tullrft frutu a Una
of r IwuTv Railway Kates are
regulated bj OuTeiniuenl Com
xuiAalun. MkMrlal Corn I (loot
Tbe American S-ttIerlatbome
In Wettern Canada. XInUnota
t ranger In a atr&nge land, but -lni
nearly a mllllun of hit own
p4ple already sntled there. If
you dt aire to know why tneoon
Ero'peruQa write and mend for
terature, ratea, etc, to
W. 8. NETHERV,
413 Gardner BIdg., Toledo, Ohio
Canadian Government Agnu, or
addresA hunerlnteiideut of
J IniiiilgrMtlon, ttw.i4.
A toilrt preparation of mrrlt.
ForRaatorins Color and
Baautj to Crar or Faded Hair.
I.H K A(;KNTS Sell our aprclalty. numrj
itinktr frum aiart $30 to !&0 frkly gulclc
llfr aurn reprafr tl la pa no proflta.
wrlt lmm1 rurtrr Srrr !'.. Trrjnor. Ih.
w. n. u., cincinn;
At Our Best.
No roan lb the man he might havt
been no man will become the man he
may be who does not come to know
Jesus Christ. Christ Is an appeal to ,
r from "n
It Was His.
A email boy in a town not far from
New York was telling his moth
a mishap which had occurred
playmate of his. The youngs
appeared, bad been regaling hi
with one of those large. marble-Ilka
candles which are a particular delight
of childhood, and in a moment, of ex
citement. It slipped down an d stuck'
in his throat. But, said the narxitefv
they succeeded in relieving hln
"Oh." said hiB mother, "you got It
out, did you?"
"Naw." was the impatient answer,
"we shoved it down; It was his.
When the Doctor Called.
Grace was six years old and very ilL
The family doctor took her hand to
feel her pulse. In a moment Grace
said in a whiBper, "It's no use to feel
my wrist, doctor, the pain U all u;
lu my head."
imnnriatO to Mothers
Examine caSfully every btH tit
MM..i.nft uio io 4I10 r.f.. n .n.nt.nn riaTARTA n aafA atiH mirn rpmlvCfar
the latent energies of one's better self. Infants and children, and see tfwf U
T'r lrrT hlrr Ic Ci tTa1l trt ftlo It of CrVi ttl I TJaam 1a .aaaafjr BamiSSalaWaWW'w
Peter came to know him, and the vac- j-ignatura of tJjCTfjtjr
Ulatlng became the granite of stabll- In u0 For 0ver 30 Years,
lty. Thomas came to know him. and cidren Cry for Fletcher's Caetoria
hesitation yielded to assurance. Bar- z
timeus came to know him, and Bight-' Awakening.
less eyes began to see. Zacchaeus ..vod re looking mighty sour, what's
e to know him, and injustice be- the matter? Jioneymoon over?"" "I
e a fourfold power of Integrity. apsB BO ,, How'd that happeo?''
aul came to know him. and the , ..nh .., ere driftlnK alone down
persecutor became the apostle. Bun- - llfe.g encnanta3 stream, like the poet
yan came to know him. and the pro- ( tells aD0Utf auci jUs as I was thinking
faner became the "pilgrim!" The, j gnou,j iie to drift on and on with
same transformations are being her forerrt he up and told me that
ll ii iiwnr sjti mermm ,rzsrjS
&-- ? W1?&H
h hrr Dla:emrer amonir tna
burM-n may be nar alo
ruarH are foalins: Dlatemiier
.oru plaullnK may be lale If jour burea
Corn Planting ;
tnuj take home of them curu plaullng
SPOHN'S DISTEMPER CURE
is your true aafetruanl a cure aa well aa nreYrntlY ! mnd l m
buttle (MM and 1 10 00 dozeo. dellTered. Larce la more than twice Ine
amallrrflze. Don't putlt off. Urt It. Drugglsta oraiul tomanufacturer.
&poba Medical Co., ChtoiiU and BlclerlIoill, Coaben. Ind.. U.S.A.
wmnrtt in this day. In Christ we see
ourselves at our best. "Looking into
the face of Jesus, we are transformed
Into the same image." Rev. Ellsworth
Higler, D. D.
Only Christ can Influence the world;
but all that the world sees of Christ
Is what It sees of him In the life ot
his followers. So that a Christian'
usefulness depends solely upon his re
latlonshlp to Christ and the accuracj
with which he reflects tne divine llkr
ness. jlfenry ircymmond.
she had got to have some money'
Ragtime Made Easy.
One day my mother cut her finger
and she put a rag on It. Then she
went to church to Dractice on the Dine
organ, and a little boy who was there '
said, "O. Mrs. H can play ragtime '
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W. L. DOUGLAS
MEN AND WOMEN
BEST BOYS SHOES In tlie W0RLO
12.00. t2.60 aif $3.00.
The largeat makara of
Men's $3.50 and $4.00
sho in tho world.
Tour dealer to abow To
L. Douelaa 93AO. S4.00 and
SOahoea. Jnttaaa-ood Inatyle.
ana wear aa otner maaea coating: So.uu to 7.00
ins dqit aiiierencQ la ma nrice. nnoea in an
leaioen, aiyjea ana anapea to auit aTeryooaj,
If joa could Tlalt W. L. Douelaa larsro facto
ries at Brockton, Maaa.. and see for youraelf
how carefully W. t. Douelaa ahoea are made,
would then understand why they are warranted
fit better, look better, hold their shape and wear
ngrer than any other make for the price.
F w. L. Dvuglaa ahoea are not for sale In yoor Tidnlty. order
airerc irom uie imciotj ana saT8 ids miaairmaa a pronu
Miora rorcverr memneror ine lamllT. at all nnrta. dt
'tilos It wul allow yoa now to order by mall,
and why yoa can tare money on yoor footwear.
W. I. IIOIIOLA . . Hrocktaa, Maaa.
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