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w(.r,u!i who r.i;itilM,i (no nnui think
ing J.r. wu a:i')th.'i-?
.)..?: ;il)'yt K'-t v.crrlcii ovrr
Lots of women io the name
' '!'; evory t!ay In l lie week. Xvw
Caller: I -Tit this your fclster'H birth
hy? Little l!i:;!i(: Yetli. tlilr; hut you
m:i:!;:i'l athk mo how olJ Hho ith.
(Tii'ihf I ; r:'!:;itheI not !o tell. Alinl
CUflE CLGO'J POISON, CANCER.
Ai l l'on, M1IM11-; I'hIiiii, lirlilng
M.ln, l'tniti!i Luting Siti-fP, l'.tr.
if ymi liuve l'lmple or OU'oiihiv: Ki'ii-li;:-i(
S;i!titchfs, or Cojiper ( 'o!oreil Kiup
ti jus, or 1:1 -h on tlio skin, Frsl..".i:i;, Swell
in (Jlat'.iU Swulli'i), Ulcers on any jmi't
of the body, oM S.ire, Iloils', Cnibunclcx,
I'.nns iin.l 'Adun i:i Honrs or J.inU, ll.iir
or Kycbrow f,i!!i:v; out, prraiiitvnt Si. re
M mill, (Ltma or Throat, lln-ti you li.ive
1:!ddi1 l'oiiou. Take l!.)Uni lllnj.l lkilm
(lkli.!').) b'uon ell ir, l'ii.iplcs anl llrup
tlo.is will licul perfect 'y. Allies and l'ains
Ctv.se, .Swellings siilisitlc and a perfect, never
to return euro made. 1U..U. cures Can
cers of ull kinils, Suppurating Swellings,
Iviting Soros, LVy Ulcers, nl'ler all clo
fails, bealinj the sores perfectly. If you
have u persistent pimple, wart, swollen
glands, fhooting, stinging painn, lake lllood
LVun and they will disappear before they
develop into Cnneer. OrugisU, ?1 per
large bottle, including; complete directions
for home cure. Sample free by writing
Blood Halm Co., 1'J Mitchell St., Atlanta,
Ca. Describe trouble and free medical ad
vice tent in scaled letter.
No man is absolutely truthful when it
cor.vs to repeating the bright things hi
The Cennan Covtrnnienl operalcsjiUGO
telephone central station.
FITS rrmr.nently cured. No fltaornervom
neiealiei Hist tiuy'e use. of Dr. Kline's Gro it
Kcrvel .'cs'.oror.ti trial bottieund treatise iroj
Lr. 11. 1-. Klime, Ltd., I Ji A roll .St., l'lii.a., l'a.
The electric motor is fast displacing the
leather belt iu fuctoiic.-,.
jrrs.'Winslow's Soctiuu jynii Eo;- c'li In i
tocthinj-'.softoutlio guius, reduce.- iutla luna
lion. alJayspain, cures wi.ol eolio. 'JOe. a 00. tit)
The average watch rcpreseuta but twelve
Louis of human labor.
1 do not boiiovo Visa's Curo for Coaiirnn.
ticnhiis0STu:il for eou an 1 uo'.ds Jou:t
I .Ioveii, Trinity Spriu-,'3, Iud., l-'ob. 13, TJJJ.
When a fellow is in love lie may fail o2
in we'ght and still incitasc in sighs.
Putnam "Fadeless Dyes color more
good!, per package, than otliers.
The man who fails is apt to regard suc
cess as a matter of accident.
" I was very poorly and could
hardly get about the house. I was
tired out all the time. Then I tried
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and it only
took two bottles to make me feel
perfectly well." Mrs. N. S. Swin-
neyy Princeton, Mo.
Tired when you go to
bed, tired when you get
up, tired all the time,
why? Your blood is im
pure, that's the reason, j
You are living on the
border line of nerve ex
haustion. Take Ayer's
Sarsaparilla and be
St.O!) a bottle.
Ask your doctor what ho think of Aynr'a LI
H'lrnnp&riiin. no Knows nil ivDoniini v'ranii
old fnmily modlclnf . Follow his advice and
we will be s itiflod.
J. C. AVER Co., Lowell, Mass.
cartridges and shot shells
are made in the largest and
best equipped ammunition II
factory in the world.
of U. M. C. make is now a
accepted oy shooters as
'the worlds standard" for
'.t snoots veil "n any gun.
Tour dealer tells it.
The Union Metolllo
Bridgeport, - - Conn.
1 PAY SI'OT CASH FIl
",l,.Ttv im WARRANTS
lseiipri to Hi'ldlpr? of any vnr. Also 3oK1iors'
AiUilti..nil H'n!0!f.i.l liiifhti. V rite nt once.
HUSli h. URUKU. l'.O.Bf!t IIS. iHMiver. Cio
W ar, 'die GeoatiSier.
Uy Frank Munscy.
IM' Ui; tlir.M' t s la Yoiiczurln liow iiinny of t:4 Hi nr.!: t
tlio ciMilitry HIIVc us a p;ltt ll (f ruin;- Ml the ni l!? Jlnw lit !.'
u-rt' cimI; sure ns to tin1 Ki'll;ii'.r of ( 'iir.irji? ,v i.miiy K 1 : s
that Venezuela nnai "I-iitle V( nlee," (r liad n a.l tliat the ti :t
lllVililers, after the Spanish (ll-eoveler, ve;e the i ;. m ills. Jii'i:it
three ei ntiirh s hel'oie James M""ne fnuned Ms fainn:s lnaxl; :'l
liven the Ifiieeiiiieers lire not iifsoelati'il Intimately with tin!
eountry. Thiie Is only one reference In Iiiienicliiiu''s lain'.
chronicle wheni he writes: "Hence they de.arie!, with des.-u
to take Mini tiillaxe the it.v of Caracas, H;r.atctl over a :a.i;st u
l.lainl of Cuiaeoa, lieloiiKln to die 1 loilainlers."
The hoy who Mn.Keil 'eo-niphy in the sixties, when the earth was Hi''
comparatively romantic and unknown, was interested in land, or pea, or town,
liielly tlnou'ch color or name. I'.iue or purple countilis ,,; the iai; wce
ii"c; s.'-arily (leleclnlile regions. No desert is ;is sandy r.s the "dreat Nortli
Ameilian Insert" then looked. There was Van Da'tnan's Land, a dismal,
nisplcion-excitiii',' country; and after the hoy had Ween p. rsnaded that It wr.a
not inliahlted hy demons eipaipiieil with horns and lioot's and ta i. he would
nevertheless have sworn to the truth of llaxlitt's descrip:ion: "llarren, inl.--.er.
aide, distant; a place of csiie, the dreary ahode of savages, cunvlcts aifd ml
venliirers." Ihi'.'dad, Danastais, the (la'.api'sos, Audahikia what fascir.atioa in Hi''
very names to the sehooil.oy who delichts in the smell of the wharves or
U'ows lils Araldan Nights and Wasliinv'ton Irving as a clerk Lis ledger!
As the hoy lieeonies 111:1:1, names may still wield their spell; hat they r,ro
va,i;n', of. en imaginary localilles, yin- breaks out; llect.s meet and wae hat
tie off some ohsi inv fishing town; an army sum inters near some hamlet
which had hitherto slept peacefully !y day as well as by ni'li!. The village is
suddenly world-famous. The name of the lishin. town is written on banners.
New York News.
Manhood Higher Than Mosey
By Edwin Markham.
11 are niakins re 111 a rl: a hi 0 progress l:i wsr-lih-atlierliipr, jp1
one thins is certain we shall reach 1:0 er.durhi;; greatness
until we make manhood stand higher than money. A mere
miilkaah-c, with his cranijieil and sordid life, cuts n furry
tip;iiro when measured hy the side of a progressive editor, au
H if J4 H nselfisli teacher, or a distinguished inventor.
1 Vo are naturally hero-worshipers, and ir is ri-jlit that we
M--rTyr.y should be. The tiling important is that we should choose tno
true heroes, not the stuffed one:-, not tin? pampous iiotIiin.c;:i
ftru'itlir cut their little hou;1 upon a painted stase. Let us choose lor our
honoring the large-hearted servants of mankind.
Once upon a time a distinguished foreign noblemr.n visited our land, and
desired to meet a representative American family. To whom was he pointed?
To the family of that worthy minister of the (iospel who stands for a clean
life and the sacred rights of the people? To the family of that conscientious
teacher whorls touching young souls with ideals and inspirations.' No; the
nobleman was pointed by well-nigh all of us to the family o2 a Sir Croesus,
who had Inherited unearned millions, and wlm was in no wise a representative
of our American grit and generosity, of our democratic .simplicity and fellow
feeling, to say nothing of our art and letters.
Thomas Hughes said, long ago, that we may not be aole to hinder people
in general from being helpless and vulgar from levting themselves fall into
slavery to things about them, if they are rich, or from apin the habits aim
vices of the rich, if they are poor.
liut, as he says, we may live simple, manly lives, our.-clvcs, sneaking ov.r
own thoughts, paving cur own way, and doing our own work, whatever that
may he. Ye shall remain gentlemen as long as we follow these rules, even
if we have to sweep a crossing for a livelihood. Hut we shall not remain
gentlemen, in anything but the name, If we depart from these rules, though
we may be set to govern a kingdom.
By Hamilton W. Mable, Author and Critic.
LAY is as much a man's duty as work. Our taste for play
and the intelligent selection of proper forms of recreation
have never beeu sufficiently developed.
Many people play too much and uniutelligently, others
Ii u o'e no iiiuuiu lu iciii-nuuu uuu uu wieir ui lv 1:1 an micuui
fi K Avay because they lose the freshness that play brings. Work
anu piay snouni never ne separatea; aim mis is parcicuiauy
true in the higher forms of work, where play Is absolutely
essential. For example, in art there Is a necessity for. the
spontaneity of play. The suggestion of toil instantly destroys the art quality.
I believe in all amusements that the rational, morally wholesome and
civilized man can enjoy. But I do not believe in any kind of amusement in
excess. It Is a mistake for ,-l''K'CV-, give up his work and devote his timo
to golf, or so to overdo witl?00 ml as to strain the heart.
It seems difficult for thtf a busing to carry moderation into his Work or
his play. Moderation in rec!P;rriaS0 is as essential as moderation in work.
Everything should be done in n'-ason.
Again, that recreation Is best which takes one further from his routine
and active life. The student, the man of sedentary occupation ought to put
emphasis on out-of-door recreation. He needs more tramping, more horse
back riding and less theatre than the man whose vocation takes him con
stantly out of doors. Every man's life needs all the variety he can possibly
crowd into it. The serious man needs to read novels, and go to the theatre;
that is, provided he reads good stories and sees good plays.
Half of the mistakes of the reformers, the philanthropists and the ethical
teachers arise from their lack of perspective. They arc too much interested in
one field. All followers of earnest pursuits especially need recreation. Wo
all ought to cultivate the sense and use of humor properly to balance life.
A great many admirable people make serious blunders because they are
constantly at work and never at play. The man of narrow and intense Inter
ests Is the man of all others who needs to look over the wall. ,
All wholesome, normal forms of recreation ought to be recognized and
made legitimate. This is the lirst step toward making recreation rat.our.l ai:d
It is a significant fact that so many of the great organizers of business en
terprises and leaders of gigantic interests at the present time take lcn.se vaca
tions and make time for their recreation. They have discovered that tremendous
activity is destructive unless the strain Is constantly relieved by Intervals of
play. The colossal workers of to-day almost without exception are rnon Avho
pursue some form of recreation a3 earnestly and methodically as they push
their work to completion.
And it is not too much to say that the great financial men of the future,
the great organizers, the students, and. the leaders in the professions will L;.
necessity be great devotees of some form of recreation.
Mr. Chamberlain is credited with the
i'-.tcniion of exporting thousands of
British '-navvies' to South Africa. The
word is now much more frequently
used in the colonies than ir. the mother
country, but it had its origin here. It
dates from the poriod of the construc
tion of canals, when the phrase "inland
navigation" became familiar to eye
and ear. The workmen employed on
canals came to be known r.s 'naviga
tors,'' and by n natural process of lin
guistic condensation the word was
soon abbreviated into ' r.av ies." Its
fipplh-a.iju "tervards was cxl.mdtd
to the men employed on the making of
railways, and now, in our colonies at
least, any able-bodied Work-man is
called a "navvy," quite irrespective of
the nature of the work on which he 13
employed. London Chronicle.
Wisconsin people are ci'"( Badgers;
Nevadans, Sage Ileus ; Texms, Beef
Heads; Califoruians, Gold Ilunvers;
New Yorkers, Knickerbockers, rnd
West Yirginia.13, Tanhandieitis.
Hamburg's ."hirp'-r-.t; traJe wth Ana
trr.Iia doubled in ICjI.
(j Miss Gannon, Secy Detroit Amateur J
Art Association, tells young women wha to
do to avoid pain and suffering caused y
. " PF'X fTRS- rixKnAM : I can conscientiously recomrcend Lyf.ia, r.
I iniiham s cetable Coniixmnd to those of my sisters eulferiii" wit!x
female weakness and the troubles which so often befall women. I suf
fered for months with, general weakness, and felt so weary that I had
hard work to keep up: I had shooting pains, and was utterly miserable.
In my distress I was advised to use Lyilia 12. Pinkham's VoRotablo
Compound, and it was a red letter day to me when I took the fin-f V--
for at that time my restoration began. In six weeks I was a cll)-ed'
woman, perfectly well in every respect. I felt so elated and happyihat
I want all worn nn who suffer to get well as I dil" Mias Guila Gaxnox,
ooD Jo:i3s bt., Detroit, Mieh., Secretary Amateur Art Association.
It is clearly shown in this younrr lady's letter that Lvdia E.
Pin.tliam s. citable Compound will certainly cure the sufferings
of women; and when one considers that Miss Gannon's letter is
oalyona of the countless hundreds which ve aro contiiiually
IJuonbuing1 in mo newspapers or this country,
the great virtue of Mrs. rinkhara's mediciao
must be ndrnitted ly all ; r.nd for the absol 13
cure of all hinds cf female ilh no su'ita
can possibly take its place. Women she '. bear
this important fact in mind when thejbinto
a drug1 store, end be sure not to accept an vBjnr!j
that is claimed to be " jr.tt as rood " as Lydi:i
E. Pinkham's Vege'table Compound, for
no other medicine for female ills Liis made so
many actual cures.
How Another Young Sufferer
Dan Mr.s. rixxnA:i:rnust
w-ite and tell you what your VSctablo
Compound has done for rac. I mfi. ered
terriblv evcrv month timo of mon.
struation, and was not ablo to work. Your medicine has cured me of
my trouble. I felt relieved after taxing one bottle. I know cf no med
icine as good as yours for female troubles." Miss Edith Cross, 1G9
Water Street, Haverhill, Mass
Remember, Mrs. Pinkham's advice is free, and all elcl; xaion
are foolish if they do not ask lor it. No other person ht&T inch
vast experience, and has helped so many women. 'Write to-day.
FORFEIT 1' cannot forthwith produce the originnl lottcrs ond signatures of
above teslkuoulaU, which will prove their absolute penuinenons.
Lydiu li. l'iukliam Medicine Co., Lynn, IIae3.
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mwtrtfp Fat Field
makes a fat purse, u
$r A fertilizer without
?- is not complete.
M Our books are complete tr;atises y(fS, ,
a U on fertilizers, written by jfr-; S'.'r
M men who know. -Ppry
JKl Writs for then-. trf??.-;'''' "
p. kali AdiP
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TTare mails r:o?f7 tni i's cm-
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Ccnnine stamped C C C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware cf the dealer who tries to sell
"sotnct!iiE just as ood."
K3 H FYCUSREA ACI5L
10, "2"j r.nrt ."Of. at Drusstores
t"(j vs t-tifc- raiiw ot ;h:s pfiner when
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