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A. A. Boyc, a farmer, living three
and a half miles from Trenton, Mo.,
vere cold set
tled in my
acmng 4a uiy
Bides. For a
time I was
walk at all, and every makeshift I tried
and all the medicine I took had not the
slightest effect. My back continued to
grow weaker until I began taking
Doan's Kidney Pills, and I must say I
was more than surprised and gratified
to notice the back ache disappearing
gradually until it finally stopped."
Doan's Kidney Tills sold by all
. dealers or mailed on receipt of price,
60 cents per box. Foster-M ilburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
A practical folding umbrella con
structed on the telescopic plan has been
evolved. The 28-inch size folds up to 18
Inches, and the other sizes in proportion.
A correspondent, writing to an ex
change on Insomnia a few weeks ago,
advised the use of a hot water bag
filled with ice water and applied to the
base of the brain.
The number of medical journals in
Germany is extraordinarily large and
still on the Increase. At the end of 1903
there were 230, and ten more were add
ed In the nine months following.
Dr. Edward Smallwood strongly ad
vocates motoring as a positive cure for
sleeplessness, and also as excellent for
phthisis, for neurasthenia, and for all
complaints of a consumptive nature.
It Is a splendid thing for asthma, and a
better cure than any yet devised for that
widespread disease, business worry.
The British Medical Journal states
that the legacy of $125,000 left by the
late Prof. Puschmann, of Vienna, to
the University of Leipslc is to be ap
plied to the study of the history of
medicine. It is proposed xo round a
historical museum of medicine, and a
special seminary for training persons
In medico-historical research and in
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Rer. Dr. Ralnsford, the New York
preacher, was arguing with a youth of
hla pariah about the evils of young
men smoking cigarettes. "What womld
you think." he said, "If you met an
angel coming along with a cigarette
in his mouth?" "Well, doctor, what
would you think if you saw an angel
with an umbrella and a pair of patent
One of Sir Archibald Gelke's stories
tells of a funeral party at a railway
station and Is typically Scotch, as
showing the proverbial caution of
those canny folk. A gentleman asked
one who seemed to be a mourner if
he we: e with the funeral. "Man," said
that It is a funeral, for the corp has
missed the train 'connection.'
Some merchant in Paris hit upon the
novel scheme of advertising hair tonic
v. fV, - ,V
by painting the name of the tonic on
the heads of bald-headed men and hav-
Inp- fham wnllr Vi r-r-in Vi iKa etat V o ra-
w ' . " Ll -, b&AV DfcVl U
headed. But Paris has a law that all
advertisements in nubile nlares must
advertisements in public places must
a revenue stamp, and tne men
kicked against having the stamps
pasted on their head3, so the plan has
An old Rhode Island farmer was try
ing to convert a neighbor to socialism.
He explained his idea of it, and pro-
fftpc a vt i v.. t-
,, , , , , . ,
tenets. Why, said he, "under social-
ism, if I had two heifers, I'd give you
nnp- if T huA ttm fcoi-eoa irftn
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one. it you nad two pigs, would you
divide witn me? asked tne neighbor,
"Ah," said the old socialist, reproach
iuuy, "tnere ye re gettin too near
home. Ye know I've got two pigs."
Tbe latest story of an Englishman's
Inability readily to grasp the meaning
of American slang tells how one of
them saw a man knocked down by an
automobile in Fifth avenue, New York.
lie helped the man to his feet and said
solicitously: "Did the auto hit you?'
The victim thought the stranger was
guying him and replied gruffly: "Oh,
go chase yourself." The Englishman,
in telling cf the Incident, said: "Most
remarkable request, don't you know,
for how could I chase myself unless
there were two of me?"
"He is going into the Russian army to
make a name for himself." "What 13 the
U3e?" said the young man with a mono
cle. "No one can pronounce a Russian
name after it is made."
"What 13 love?" asked the sweet girl.
who wa3 looking for a chance to leap.
"Love," replied the old bachelor, "is
a kind of insanity that makes a man
call a 200-pound female his little turtle I
drive " i I
"My memory annoys me greatly," re
marked the newly-elected candidate
"Oh, John! Is it falling?" asked hl3
life. "No. indeed. That's Just the
trouble. I can t help remembering all
my ante-election promises."
"Does the Laby take after its father
or Its mother?" "Neither," answered
the small brother. "If you look at its
head and eyebrows, you tlink it's a
Japanese, and If you hear It trying to
talk, you think It's a Russian."
"William, wake up!" she whispered.
"I'm sure I heard a burglar down
stairs. You'd better go down and see."
"My goodness, woman!" he replied,
sleepily, "what a low opinion you must
have of me. I'm not in the habit of
hobnobbing with burglars."
"What possessed you to choose such a
dull novel as this, my dear?" "Well,
you see, it had 467 pages, and all the
others had less than 4C0, so, as it was
only 98 cents. I thought it was a good
bargain. I didn't Bee any others for
less than one dollar.'
A Real Live Han.
Johnny May I got to the circus and
see the wild man?
Mother It will not be necessary, my
boy. Simply waitfor your father to dis
cover that he didn't take his collars to
the laundry this week Smith's Weekly.
therefore lf you wish any of them
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The most powerful electric locomotive
in the worldf has just been completed for
the New York Central & Hudson River
Railroad in the shops of the General Uec-
Zll Vr tS.trMGOWOm
This locomotive is one of 'between thirty
Company f or Win the . through
-i -a nnnn -vat vo ina wri fVi ir A f o lT1 ASf n'pl 1 9.fTm
from Grand Central Station through the
l'ark Avenue tunnel to Croton on trie
Main Line, a distance of 34 miles, and to
v nire jriains on lao iiaxiem uivusiuu, a
distance of 24 miles.
1 Illtf wiu DO 1UO Heaviest bicoui fauna
pa89enger Beryice which ha8 ever been
handled by electric locomotives. With
This will be the heaviest steam railway
I riTin esf eat 1 nrnmnfivpa trains of ten or
I vuw -
"l0 can wm .?e aujea ai express Bpeea
.f 60 70i?1Le9 er ou.r' aad
Slgn and method of control are such that
two or more locomotives can De coupiea
together and onerated by a Binele en-
gineer from the leading cab, so that the I when the summer tourist has depart
eize of the train that may be under the ed and Tjoreas drives even Evanston!-
control ux vuo tuguieci 10 jji av; ncu-u jr un
limited so far as the question of motive
In general design the locomotive is dou
ble ended and symmetrical in construc-
tion, so that it can be run in either direo
tion with eaual facility.
Mounted on the main frame cf the lo-
COmotive is the steel cab in three divisions,
in which are located the various devices
for operatinir the locomotive. The loco-
motive is eauiDned for both straight and
aut0matio air Taraking. signaling devices.
bell, whistle, headlights, air-sending de
vice, electrio air compressor, etc., being as
complete in every way with respect to op
erating devices as a steam locomotive.
SERMON WAS A WINNER.
j Such a Good One the Parson Was Be
quested by the Bishop for
the Loan of It.
At a dinner to the archbishop of Can
terbury in New York, relates tne Buffalo
.Enquirer, Bishop Chauncey Breyster. of
Connecticut, decried sell-praise.
"la there anything tamer," he eaid,
"than to hear a man praise himself than
to hear a judge praise a decision he has
just made, or a surgeon praise an appen
dix cperation he has performed, or a cler
gyman praise a sermon he has preached ?
"Let me tell you about a certain self-
"At a dinner similar to this one he be
gan to talk of his own eloquence. 'He
talked of it a long time. Finally he de
scribed a sermon wherewitn he had
raised enough money to build a magnifi
cent, new. cnurcn.
"He said that this sermon had thrown
the congregation into a transport of liber-
ality. From all aides of the auditorium
there had resounded announcements at
subscriptions of $1,000. of $2,000, even of
$5,000. Women had advanced to the altar
and thrown in their watches, their rings,
and their bracelets. One young woman
'But here a distinguished bishop inter-
rupted. lie bent forward and tapped the
speaker on the Bhoulder.
couia you lend me tiiat sermon; he
TIME ENOUGH FOR A NAP.
Porter Thought That
"Rip Van Winkle" Could
Sleep It Out.
Joseph Jefferson has "in his time played
many parts, yet so closely is he identi
fied with "RiD Van Winkle" that the
public never lost eight of it when it had
the privilege ot seeing him. While he was
playing in Missouri once he boarded a
notoriously slow train tor &t. Joseph.
lie went into the sleeping-car, but not
to go to bed. as the train was due at fet.
Joseph late in the evening. It dawdled
along, however, says the Philadelphia
rress, and hndmg tiiat it could hardly ar
rive beiore morning, he ordered his berth
As the Dorter finished his task Mr. Jef
ferson said: "This is the worst road 1 ever
traveled on. I fancy I'm in for a full
msht of it."
.Deed. 1 reckon you is. sab. reDlied
Positively the slowest road! ItTl be
morning before we are there. Do you
think you 11 net in before I'm awake?
clow road, sah! .Bound to be plumb
mo nin . sah. liut one of the passengers.
sau was tellin me that vou's the gen'le-
man what once went to Bleep and tieD
years:: and 1 reckon, sah. dat if vou take
' J M U - .LI. i . 1 J
v ucm nay c 11 uc ttuie io land you
migniy ciose to ot. Jo lore you wake.
As to the airships, tbe trouble seems to
be that they can't keep themselves alioat
by manning the pumps when they spring
a leak. Chicago .tribune.
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Sometimes milk does not agree with
children or adults. The same thing is
true of other articles of food. "What
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agree with others.
But food can be eo prepared that it
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As an illustration anyone, no matter
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and digest a nice hot cup of Postum cof
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Nuts poured In, and such a combination
contains nourishment to carry one a
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particle of it will be digested and taken
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A lady writes from the land of the
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to drink Postum because coffee gave me
sour stomach and made me nervous.
Again Postum was recommended by
two well-known physicians for my chil
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Milk does not agree with either
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one-half years, I gave Postum with
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perfectly although she is of a consti
"For the youngest, aged two and one
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one-half skimmed milk. I have not
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Postum agrees perfectly with children
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MK THE WAVES
STORY OF NORTHWESTERN UNI
VERSITY LIFE-SAVING CREW.
Is the Only Student Body of Its
Kind in the World Has a
Long Record of Brave
The rebuilding and enlarging of the
United States life-saving station on
thf ramnns nf Northwestern universi-
ty at Evanston. 111., revives interest in
a subject already much reralded.
Lf volunteer life-savers to a first-class
station is a notable record for 26 years.
The summer visitor to Evanston can
see no reason for the existence of
either crew or light station along a
shore so smooth and a sea so calm.
The waters sparkle under the sum
mer sun; the scene is one of beauty
. . , - ,
uu yulcl, aw, t
surface. But there are times when
Mih!?an rnars and writhes as if in
i . . .. .
I me uuitu ui iv,vjj ucmuus. xucu,
ans within doors, the crews resume
RKADY FOR CAPSIZE DRILL.
their double vigil and the tale of dar
ing and hardship begins again.
The sinking of the Lady Elgin in
1860 is a tragedy fraught with thrill
ing interest. The ship floundered in
a fierce gale, and the sailors, swept
by the icy surf, awaited their fate
while crowds on the shore looked on
helplessly. Youthful nerve and fear
lessness, however, conquered. On
horse and foot a number of students
made their way to the wreck and
rescued many lives. The press spread
the news over the country and the
government, taking up the matter, of
fered to furnish the equipment and to
provide remuneration if the universi
ty Mould organize or sanction the or-
gaillllig IrX. CL OLUUCUl Lien.
nr. 5 rr i v w r F n nfitrTnnf I f n II r
This was the first and remains the
only university crew in the service.
The journal of the station begins with
May 18, 1879, on which day the passing
vessels numbered 44 eight barks, SO
schooners and six steamers a mea
ger portion of the number that are
now told in a day.
As in every other plan, there was
ueed of some reconstruction. Fre
quent changes in officers, due to the
transient character of a student body
and the natural ambition to share in
appointments, caused friction and some
disorder. Accordingly the govern
ment inspector called for a permanent
chief and advised the selection of
some fisherman acquainted with the
shore, accustomed to hard service and
versed in seamanship. The choice fell
on Capt. Lawrence Lawson, who tool
charge of the station July 12, 18S0, and
who for 23 years, until 1903, served
with fidelity and effectiveness and left
a record as remarkable as it is unique.
The year 1S99 was the record year
From 11 wrecks 102 persons wer
saved by the university crew. Th
most notable instance of the year L
the wreck of the steamer Calumet, en
route from Buffalo to Chicago.
Caught by contrary winds, sue waa
driven toward Chicago. First sighted
by the lookout at 11 o'clock on the
night of November 27 off Highland
Park, it was not until noon of the i
next day that the rescue was effectual
ly begun. Too far out to be reached
by shot and line, captain and crew
braved the fury of the storm and
made three trips in the surf-boat, sav
ing every member of the crew 18 in
all there being no passengers on
board. The vessel and cargo, which
were a total loss, in compared with
the rich argosies that now traverse
the lakes, but the deed was none the
TIIE BOAT GOES OVER.
less heroic. The government award
ed gold medals to captain and crew
for their gallant service.
In the history of the station, 553
lives have been saved by the several
crews. To this station is due the
novel feature known as "capsize drill."
It had been regarded as impossible to
right the life-boat when once capsized
at sea. Caught and overturned on one
occasion, the Northwestern boys right
ed ship and regained their seats.
From that tim-j "capsize drill" has
been a regular feature of the service
The Northwestern crew quite prop
erly holds the world's record, turning
the boat over, turning it back and re
gaining their places at the oars all
in 16 seconds.
Tho presence of the station has been
the means of helping many a young
man to an education. More than 50
have paid their way through college
by serving on the crew. A likely com
pany they are-hale, hearty, sturdy
ieiiuwo, i i v i ill yitxi 11, uiictvj-lu
way, possessed by an esprit de corp3
born of facing a common peril. There
prevails a closer feeling than comes
with membership in the same fraterni
ty or guild. In later life, where others
are forgotten, the friendships that !
have grown up in the little station by
the shore endure the most pric;Ie S3
memories of their college aays.
Mei. Nolan had made some disparaging
remarks about the costume of her hus
band's bosom friend, Mr. Jtlerlihy, and
they were promptly resented.
" 'His hat is turning green wid ge
it?" said Mr. .Nolan, with line scorn, ' and
'his boots is rusty and cracked-lookin'
did I hear yc say? Listen now to me,
Mary Nolan. If lvery man's hat an' 'Ooots
covered as warrm a heart as 1'helim llerli
ny's there'd be more proud wimmi'n in the
worrld!" Chicago Kecord-Iierald.
Just as with Her Father.
"Yocr-daughter's music is improving,"
said the professor, "but when she runs
the scales 1 have to watch her pretty
"Just like her father," said Mrs. Nu
ritch. "He made his money in the gro
cery business." Philadelphia A'ublic Led
ger. Greatest In the "World.
Arlington, Ind., Dec. 5th (Special).
Mr. W. A. Hysong, the photographer,
who moved here recently from Sapp, Ky.,
is firmly of the opinion that Dodd Kid
ney Pills are the greatest Kidney Rem
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''In tae years 1901 and 1902," says Mr.
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out assistance. In the Spring of 1903 I
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A woman always thinks it is her hus
band's duty to tack down the carpet, as
he has sufh liberty of speech when he hits
his finger instead of the tack. Baltimore
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How I Suffered rritU Itclilnsr and
Bleedinc Eczema t'ntll Cured
ly Caltcnra. .
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A creat del of the friendship others
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I am sure Tiso'a Cure for Consumption
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Robbing Norwich, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1900.
A r.uekv man refuses to stand and let
others pluck him. Chicago Daily News.
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