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OEO. P. HUCKtlHT
NANNIE R. IIUCKKDT
O'Tcnlmo'i sympathy will go otit to
(be yacht Apache the last ot the
U'a only a question of time before
the babies mill strike agatnBt gocarts
and demand automobile.
Kays an eastern paper, "Twenty Vas-
sar girls expect to bo married after
graduation." Only twenty?
Togo's portrait Indicate a man of
patient resourcefulness and great ver
satility to styles ot whiskers.
An English scientist has discovered
that every hen'a egg contains a quan
tlty of deadly bacteria. Boll your
tt costs a great deal to live In Pan
a ma, but funerals are much less ex
pensive there than they are further
If "only women that have passed
the are of 30 are to wear the hoop
skirt, there Is nothing more to be said
on tbe subject.
Somebody has written a book en
titled "How to Know the Wild Flow
ers." It is easy enough to know the
others by the bills.
A newspaper says that one of the
Japanese naval officers proved to be
another Hobson. Wrong again; they
don't kiss In Japan.
The census bureau has ruled that
women must tell their ages to the
erumerator. Isn't this putting a
premium on perjury?
An antique drinking cup was sold
In London the other day for IS1.375.
Now the owner Is wondering what a
fellow ought to drink In a cap like
Will Europe now begin sending Its
sons to the Japanese naval and mili
tary academies when It wanta to have
them thoroughly educated In the art
We have a great admiration for the
man who can spesfc ten or twelve lan
guages, but our admiration palls when
we reflect that we can understand but
one of them.
An English woman has won the In
ternational golf championship for
ladies. This conld hardly have hap
pened If Miss Chrysanthemum of Ja
pan had competed.
"Which." asks the Boston Tran
script, "are the worse gypsy moths
cr firebugs?" We thank our Boston
contemporary. We feared It was go
ing to say "worst."
Paderewskl has "myalgia of the
muscles of the neck and the rlgLt
scapular region." A piano Tlrtuoso of
his standing couldn't afford to have
merely a "stiff neck."
Fashionable ladies in New Tork'are
new affecting a cunning little lisp.
Well, that's more Innocent than a good
many things they have affected during
the past few spawns.
An Englishman In Canada writes
tome to complain that Canadians are
learning to think "Americanly." Well,
propiuoutty will bring about even
greater changes In time.
Tbe America was first and the rest
nowhere, the Atlantic was first and
the rest nowhere. If America doesn't
rule the wave It's because (he's go
ing too fast to notice them.
Pittsburg has a mother of seven
teen children who wants either a med
al or a pension. The father, who has
not been accused of non-support, ought
to receive some consideration.
The Earl of Wemyas says thst pro
hibitionists live 67 years, drunkards 19
years and moderate drinkers 71 years.
The Earl of Wrmvss will not be In
vited to address the next W. C. T. V.
One of the provisions of William
Zlctlir's 1!1 Is that the executors
shall find Anthony Fiala, who was In
command of the last Polar expedition
sent out by Mr. Zlegler. But suppos
ing they can't?
Venus rises between I and I a. m.
this month, .and you have to stay out
late If you want to see her. Still, we
wouldnt offer that a an excuse when
we got home, '.f we were you. It might
Mrs. Reginald Vanderbllt took her
poodle to Philadelphia, and then, at
the hotel, the dog amused Itself by
eating a hole In a f r00 rug. Tbe land
lord Included this amount in tbe board
bill. Tbe dog Is for sale.
The owner of the house in which
Walt Whitman was born refuses to
permit the placing of a commemorat
ive tablet either upon the building or
the grounds adjoining It. Perhaps no
body has explained to him that Whit
man was a poet.
Reports from the leading wheat
Mates Indicate that the general yield
for 1K0S will be 67U,OoO,OcH bushels, tbe
largest since 19ot. It la evident that
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RED TAPE CUT OUT
METHODS OF EXECUTIVE DEPART
MENT NEED REFORMATION.
A COMMITTEE IS CHOSEN
Instructed to Eliminate All Possible
Formality Brevity In Correspond
ence and Cutting Out Needless
WASHINGTON'. The president
has apiHilnted a committee of fivo to
report to him on Improved methods
of doing the public business In the va
rious bureaus and departments.
In a letter addressed by Charles H.
Keep, usslstsnt secretary of the treas
ury. President Roosevelt says:
You are hereby designated as
chairman of a committee to consist.
In addition to yourself, of the follow
ing four gentlemen: Frank H. Hitch
cock, first assistant postmaster gener
al; I-awrence O. Murray, assistant sec
retary of commerce and labor; James
R. Garfield, commissioner of corpora
tions and Glfford Plnchot. forester.
department of agriculture, who are to
Investigate and find out what changes
are needed to place the conduct of the
executive business of the government
In all Its branches on the most econom
ical and effective basis in the light of
the best modern business practice.
Salaries should be commensurate
with the character and market value
of the service performed, and uniform
for similar service In all departments.
The existence of any method.
standard, custom or practice la no
reason for its continuance when a bet.
ter la offered.
There should be" systematic Inter
departmental co-operation In the use
of expert or technical knowledge. The
business methods of the different de
partments should be substantially uni
form. In the adoption of methods and
the performance of work every step
men Is not clearly Indispensable
hould be eliminated.
A resolute effort should be male
to secure brevity In corres-pondence
nd the elimination of useless letter
writing. In all branches of the govern
ment, there Is a tendency greatly to
Increase unnecersary and largely per
functory letter writing. In the army
nd navy the increase of carter work
Is a serious menance to th efficient
of fighting officers, who are often re
quired to spend time In making re
ports which they should spend In In- I
creasing the efficency of the battle
ships or regiments under them. As
regards this matter you will please
confer with the assistant secretaries
of the war and navy denartment and
request them to submit to me a
scheme for doing away with the evils
referred to. In the civil departments
the enure of letter writing amounts
not merely to the waste of time of the
government servants responsible for
it, but also to the Impeding of public
"Please consider also the matter of
enforcing accountability for property."
u was officially pointed out that the
committee's work Is not to discover
Irregularities or to criticize the busi
ness of any officer or Individual, but
to examine business methods as out
. PRINCE MAY YET
TAKE NORWAY'S JOB
CHRISTIANIA. NOR WAT. The
atetnent reaching here from Stock-
holm Indicating that King Oscar per
sonally Ig not opposed to the aceept-
nce prince of the house of Bernadotte
or the throne of Norway is commented
the throne of Norway Is commented
pon In the most kindly terms bv the
It Is believed that King Oscara In.
fluence will go far with the riksdag,
although It Is conceded that tbe king
If he finds that the riksdac I. unal.
terably opposed to this, will not
hange his official attitude. Tbe state
ment in regard to King Oscar's per
sonal feeling In this matter comes
from a high source and Is revanlcil
ere as one of the most hopeful signs
of a pearcful settlement.
New Norwegian sumps will be la-
sued shortly, those, having the three
highest values and bearing King Os
car's head having already been called
n Oklahoma Land Office Job Open.
ijt.'lllltlK, OKI.A Changes in the
I'nltid fitatia general land office have
mad vacant the position ot special
agent, held for several years by George
I). Oruer of Enid, known In Republican
politics In Oklahoma and Kansas. Mr.
Orner baa been tendered a posit ion
In tbe general land office in Washing
ton. England Is Against Sinking Ships.
ST. PETEKSBl KG.-Strong repre
sentations were made bere in behalf
of Great Hritain as a result of the
sinking of llritish steamers by Rus
sian auxiliary cruisers.
For a New Oklahoma Railway Line.
OKUIIOMA CITY, OKI.A Presi
dent Duatlu of the Fort Snilih ft West
ern railway haa advised the rbamber
of commerce that H had been decided
to build the line to this city from
Prague aul thence northwest along
the Canadian river valley to a con
necting point with the Orient.
Left Four Millions to Charity.
VIENNA. Duron Nathaniel de
Rothschild, who died June 13, left four
m"l,on dollr to distributed for
THE PORTLAND FAIR'S CROWDS.
Admissions the First Week Numbered
Opn Until October 15. I
PORTLAND. ORE I'sunlly an ix-'
position Is disappointed during Its ,
early days by n-sson of an attendant'
falling far below expectations, but this
Is not the cure with the l,ew
Clark exposition, During th
week the admissions were- 99.S75.
These Included the remnrknbly large
attendance of .19,577 on tho opening
Jay. The average for the first week.
exclusive of opening dsy, was lO.linM.
The Portland fair will run 137 days.
or until October 15. Expert guesscr
before the opening day, figured that
the total attendance would be from
1.0(h) .000 to 1,600,000.
DIPLOMA! S MAY
ST. PETERS IH'RG. The question
of the place of meeting of the Rus
sian and Japanese representatives has
been reopened and there Is a possibil
ity that The Hague Instead of Wash
Ington may be selected. After the an
nouncement that Washington had been
selected, Russia expressed a desire
to have the selection reconsidered and
exchanges to that end are now pro
ceeding between Foreign Minister
Ijimbsdorff and Ambassador Meyer
Russia's preference for The Hague
Is based on the advantages that it la
entirely neutralized, the capital of a
small state .the site of the arbitration
court and also by consideration of time
the representatives whom Russia
probably will entrust the negotiations
being now In Europe, while It Is point
ed out that either tbe L'nlteJ States
or Holland Is equally accessible to
plenipotentiaries coining from Jajin.
The Influence of Russia's ally, France,
also Is for The Hague which the for
eign office announces Is the only place
under consideration aside from Wash
ington. Paid One-half Million For a Desk.
PRAGl'E. It Is reported here that
an agent of J. Pierpont Morgan has
bought from Prince Paul .Metternlch
the gold-Inlaid rosewood desk given to
the chancelor of the empire. Prince
Metternlch, by Emperor Napoleon I.
The price paid Is said to be one-hall
A Territory Farmer Killed.
ARDMORE. I. T. "Jlra" Reece. a
farmer who lived near Becbe, was
shot and killed by bis son In law, Frank
Kelley. The two men haJ a misun
derstanding about a settlement.
PUT $90,000 INTO
GULF PIPE LINE
TCI.SA, I. T. At a meeting of pro
moters of an Independent pipe line to
be built from the Kansas territory
field to Tort Arthur. Tex., four of the
largest companies In the territory
Held signed contracts to dispose of
Weir entire plants, leases and outputs
ot the wells. Efforts will be made to
have other companies operating la
the field sign contracts. The dial In
cash and stock In (he corporation ag
gregates n 10.000. It Is reported that
this Independent pipe line company
already lias at Its disposal 11,000 bar
rela dally from the territory and Kan
sas field together, with 118.000 acres
of leases. Many of the producers are
of the opinion that the pipe !ne to
the gulf will result In a higher price
KANSAS CITY SUMMER THEATRES.
"THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER."
A Revival of Bronson Howard's Male
drama at Auditorium This Week.
One of the earlier melodramas of
the better aort is Ilrunson Howard's
"The Baukor'e Daughter," which tbe
Woodward Slock Company at the Au
ditorium this week are giving, llron
son Howard has been an Important
figure among American play wrights.
He Is beat known as the author of
"Shenandoah." Others of his works
are "The Ileurletta," produced by Rob
son and Crane; "Aristocracy." used
by tho Empire Stock Company; "The
Young Mrs. Wlnthrop." which the
Wagi-nhals A Kemper company pre
sented at the Coates theater years
fcfco; "Saratoga," "Diamonds,"
"Wives," "Old Uve letters" and
"Drum Tap.." the progenitor of "Shen
andoah," Kanhas City saw "The llauk
trs Daughter" in the Auditorium not
a great while ago by a atock company
which Included George Lcarock, Elea
nor Carey, William Friend, J. W. Wal
ker aud Verrl Osborne.
Fullowlng "The Hankers Daughter,"
the Woodward Stock company will pre
sent Paul Hester s play on the life of
Nell (iwynn. who Is best known here
through "Mistress Nell." the romantic
comedy which Henrietta Crosman has
us-d with great success aud In which
she appeared at the Willis Wood thta-
Kansas City Man Missing in Oklahoma.
KLACKWKM OK LA. R. N. IJII
lings of Kansas city, who was an en
gineer In the sewer department In this
city, has disappeared. The laat seen
of Lira was on last Wednesday, when
he was near the river. It Is feared
he has been drowned.
Bunker Hill Day In Boston.
IJOHTON. Practically all the busi
ness activities ot Greater Boston were
suspended Baturday In observance ot t terrific storm Saturday night. Ught,
the anniversary of the battle of Ban.,lln- itrutk lta umbre,.. mL1(.h iirooka
NEW WAR CLOUD
FRENCH DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
NOT VET BROKEN WITH BERLIN.
SITUATION NOT SO TENSE
rhe Paris Government Seems te Be
Hssltating Regarding Its Position,
and Now la Willing to Consider
the Conferenta Question.
TARIS The strained relations be
ween France and Germany reached a
'ulinlnatiiig stage Saturday and for
t ttme put lie mind w as distracted bo-
ween reports that the countries were
n the eve ot a war that would set
Curope ablate and reassuring derlara
4ons that diplomacy still held a firm
p-asp on the situation.
Fortunately the sltua'lon was much
elleved after a long conference be-
wecn Prince Radolin, the German am-
mssador to France, and Premier Rou
ter, which took place at the foreign
tffice. This distinctly showed that
liplomatlc Intercourse had not reached
point of rupture. Moreover, It Is
mown that cxrhanges between Prince
'on Radolin and the French premier.
vblch seemed on the point of break
ng were again brought within normal
haVne's. At the same lime, reports
lad thoroughly aroused public appre
lenslon that grave eventualities were
Kssible If not imminent.
People Not Excited.
The government has not sought to
heck a full expression by the news-
apers of their views and this per-
nitted that section of the press op-
Hed to the government to paint the
iltuatlon In the darkest colors.
Notwithstanding public uneasiness
ver these reports, there Is no evl
lence that France is profoundly moved
r that the people seriously appro-
lend war. None of the exciting scenes
iat preceded the Franco-Prussian war
a occurring; there Is no public effer-
'escence, no mob clamor and no
ireats of Indignity to German offl-
ials or reslilenrs.
France wants to be assured that the
:onferenee project Is not designed to
Jmit or dis redll the Franco British,
Franco-Spanish or Franco-Italian
igreements so far as they affect Mo-
"occo. Once assured of these points,
t ! protable that the chief objections
a a conference are removed.
Inquiry in highest German quarters
ibotvs that It is Germany's purpose
o give every reasonable assurance
in those points. It was said also
hat Germany sincerely desired to
i void the appearance of placing France
In an embarrassing or humiliating
Cause of Trouble.
The trouble in Morocco began when
France attempted to put Into effect
Jie treaty between France and Eng-
and whereby Englan J agreed to kc p
)ul of Morocco and allow France a
"ree band there if France would stop
is policy of Mocking England's clalina
n Egypt. France has wanted Morocco
is a colony many years. Strategic
Ines had been built from the French
arrlson towns In Algiers to the Mo
roccan boundary and French agents
Jad h Iped the rebels lu Morocco with
he object of depleting the sultan's
reasury and furring him to take a
oan from France with Moroccan re
'enms as security. French policy waa
lirected toward abnorblng the coun
ry peacefully if possible or by a mili
ary advance from the Algerian border
f nec ssary.
Then came the kaiser upon the
cent-. Germany bad large Interests
n Egypt as one of the six owners of
he $5 0,0i0.oo0 of Egyptian bonds. Ac
sirdlng to custom, the bondholders
practically controlled Egyptian fl
lances. When the Anglo French treaty
aas made Germany was Ignored. Tbe
talscr said nothing at the time, but
is soon as It became apparent that
i.t sultan was about to accept a loan,
he kaiser landed from his yacht at
Tangier, Morocco, and declared la
nore or less diplomatic language that
Jerniany objected. This gave the op
amnion to the French government In '
wrllament a club to use and thiy
'orced the r klfi.a t Ion of M. Ik-UaaM),!
he foreign minister, owing to the un- 1
tuccftkful Moroccuu policy. This left
Vance, with new mm to handle the
picadon and Is one of the rauaes of
French nervousness recently. The all
lailon st present Is that France wants
tole control of Moiocco and Crniny
Pkc it. One siifgcntlon of the kal
ter Is an inta rna'.lonal comitilhslun to
leclde. France r'fue this proponl
lou and there Is a diplomatic dea.1
ock with jlnr'x's on both sides look
ng for l rou tie.
Two Brothers Drowned In lows.
Ai.lllA. IOWA Ism and Ulgh Hoi
Ingsworth, 1U and 15 years old. of
his city, drowned at Oitumwa. Their
nother waa killed in a runaway laat
rtianksgiving day. Their father was
iuH rlntcii.lt nt of the Alblu schools
'ourteen years. The older boy drow ned
ahlle trying to save the younger.
'. H. Norllng President of Canp Clerks
.VIEW A I KEE The following of
lcers of the Camp Clerk's aaaociatlon
if the Modern Woodmen were elected:
President, F. 11. Norllng, Kansas City;
lecretary, W. T. Copt-laud, Lima, O.j
j-eaaurer, C. H. T. Ithpeu, Omaha.
Lightning (truck Umbrella.
SHAWNEE. OKLA. C, C. HrooUs
ss killed snd his sister lu law, Belle
itlunt. was naralvied hv llutitnlna In
, ess carrying.
MRS. EDDY'S FINAL WORD.
Views On Vital Uuestions of Christian
BOSTON.--The Boston Herald pub.
jllshca what Mrs. Mary linker O. Eddy
snja in nrr mini message io ner
church, giving her views on vital ques
tions upon which Christian H lenre Is
K.u.iiuMi an.i enlarging ner Ideas re- .r trouble, dis
gnrding poverty, disease, and the use ' posed of a lame
of surgery. The "message" Is In tho l,rk with naln
form of a catechism and Is as follows:
Is Ctirtaiun ali-nre a nrw tllctonT
Vrs. m ll r. iiki.mi mt I'hriMlantty,
Ar. you an Inli-rprvo r of Jesus learn
ing or hnv. jou .r.X'lllrd Hist whua IS
nrw tn his l.n.hlnas?
An iulriiieler tlirreof.
Is !! im h.v.s. of t hrl.ilsn BVIenoa
thr word of Ool in tha sums araas aa thw
JIIOIO IS 7
All truth la and Christian R.-lrnra
la t-trr-Ml truth. il-m.'niM rable. Lnid on
a rurtt prlnripia snd rulia and sus.ni
titilo of proof.
la "H.-iruc and Health" a krr to tha
flrripiures, , fulfillment of the ,Nrw
TestHment promist-a of a lallr day
la christian faience In antagonism to
No. not a natural spiritual arlene.
There la no mntfrtnt srience.
lxea It ti'hrtstittii Bt-lencr) den the ex
istence of dim-use aernis or merely a
aeri man a auH-rl'rHy over such foreea?
II denies the existence thereof.
Is II proper for a I'hn.ll.n Scientist
to disregard the Insi of hvnlcr.e or l
merely disregard them If clrvuuistancva
make It nocessAryT
To diarvmird all that denlra the allneaa
of iod spirit and Ills Ihws.
Way the Christian Hri.mlst make use
of phvslcs.1 culture, use especially nutri
tive foods, or make use of fresh air treat
ment aa aida to physical well being?
No. dot nrc. ssari;.v.
Cnder anv romi ivt! circumstances
would a Christian Scientist nmiin use of
Vea and no.
In cm of Infectious diseases wotiM a
Christian 8cientlt yield h'mself to tha
customary trratinrnt of Isolation and
If the law demands It. yea.
lxiea a Christian Kclrutlst reaard pov
erty aa a maiii.'eatatiuti of disease?
la poverty a disc as of society or of
Can the Individual by the use of Chris
tian Kcirnee overcome a worldly defeat?
Do ynu reeard death aa a rrefit world
fear which tha human raca willa against
jr the world would abandon the sto.1v
of disease and crime and devote itself to
the study of wealth, health and love.
would criminals, cripples and poverty
Cease to exist?
1 hey would.
lines Christian Pctenre advocat
1 of philanthropic institutional
aa w II aa
Could aoclety x!t
Not at preasnt.
rithout Jails and
GOV. FOLK APPOINTS
HIS MILITARY STAFF
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. The fol
lowing constitutes Governor Folk's
personal military staff as just an
nounced. James A. la Arinond, Ilul
ler, adjutant general; Hcury Ijiy,
Waraw, Judge advocate gvni'ial,
Henry T. Ia-v, Columbia, commission
nry getteial; F. J. l.uti, St. Ixmia.
surgeon general; Gvorgt 8. McGrvw,
HI. l-oul, paymaster general; Emuiet
."sew ton. Springfield, Inspector gen
eral; F. X. Craft. HI. J-ouls; Virgil
Huffat. Marshall; T. C. Heunlngs. tit.
lauuls; K. H. MtHetiry. Stanbcrry;
R. J. Itulch. Neoano; George W. l.cm
nion. Warrc ushurg; Howard Ellis. New
Florence; James N. Chrlstenson. Plne
vllle; Gt-org" W. Frailer, Paltonabut g ;
George W. Smith. St. lou!, Fred S.
liulleue, Kansas City; Scott J. ! tiler
ChlUicothe: 11. 11. Daulel. Springfield.
and F'hile Mullen. Kaunaa t'ltv. aids I
with rank of colonel.
Governor Folk has announced the
J. H. Hols, stale game warden, for
a term of four years 4roni date, under
authority ot the gamo law going lout
efft-ct June 16, l'.01.
Thomas E. Mulvlhill, excise commis
sioner ot SI. louts, uader act of March
24. l&l5, going Into effect June 16,
Commissioner for the state sanitar
ium for the treatment of pulmonary
tuberculosis, Ihr. W. M. Uaylraa, Ma
con; J. I Katon, lllsmarck; Is, I . Mc-
Klwee, 8Ululs; W. U Guptuu, Mont
gomery City; V. I). Craig, Galena.
A BLOW TO CATTLEMEN.
Government Will 611 81a Millions
Acres of Pasture Lends.
AUSTIN. TKX.-The greatest blow
that cattle Interests of Texas have
ever auffcrtnl will be the placing on
the market of 6 million acres of public
lamia owned by the atate In He pie in
bcr. These lands have been under
base to cattlemen for many years. It
has been announced by the state land
comnitksioiicr that the 6 million acres
would be sold to actual settlers In
tracts of one to eight sections. The
1 1 Ue fixed la fl an acre, payable In
forty annual Installments, with 3 per
cent. Interest. Each purchaser must
live I) poo the land for three years to
acquire t u te. After the sale of this
laud the state will still own i million
arrea which Is under base to cattle
Mrs. Taft Going te England.
WASHINGTON -Mrs. Taft. wife of
the Hecrelary of War, will sail for
England July 13. She aud her three
children will go to Oxford to remain
until the autumn.
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
Germany orders extensive fortifica
tions built to protect Klaocbou, her
natal base In China.
Thomas Batterwhite, a former at tor
ney gentr.l of ArUona. committed sul- lrat.,er. that gain, wb.t H d
clde in bis office by shooting. ,lre-Succeas.
Theodore P. Dclyannla. the premier
of are., was slabbed to death by a Kor recipe, of lemon pies, custards
gsmbler who resented the closing ot a.i.te. e.i.... i. .t,,i,. .. '
the Tftiuhllng houses.
iaxiias. in., nss leen Chosen as tha
place of the next meeting of the Nur-
serymen's association now In session
la French Lit k, lud.
ALL DONE OUT.
Veteran Joshua Heller, of 7P8 Bouthj
Walnut Street. I'rbaua, III., says: "In
the fall of 1S99 after taking Isian
Kidney Pills I told
the readers of this
paper that (hey had
relieved me of kid-
cros my loins and
beneath tbe shoul
der blades. During
the Interval whlrh
has elapsed I have
had occasion to re
sort to Doan's Kid
ney Pllla when I
sotlced warning! of
an attack. On each
and every occasion
talned were Just as
the results on
when the pills were first brought to
tny notice. I Just as emphatically en
dorse the preparation to-day as I did,
over two years ago."
Foeter Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
proprietors. For sale by all druggists,
price 60 cents per box.
"Mr. Hunter's married now." said
the bride-to-be, preparing to send out
her cards, "so we'll have to address
his Invatlon to "Mr. and Mrs. Hun
"Better not." her brother advised.
"She's the boss, so you'd better send
tbe invitation to 'Mrs. and Mr. Hunt
eress. "Philadelphia Press.
Mrs 8welllngton lives In a preten
tious home which she csn well afford
to maintain In good style, but she
keeps only one servent. I ssked her
why this was the case and she replied:
"Well, help is always lesvlng ami
when you are left alone It Is miichj
easier to do the worlc of one servant
Perhaps Mohammed went to the
mountain because he waa tired ot the
. Nature doesn't have much ue fo
self made beauties as patterns.
Opportunities In Cuba.
Wew k th nu u serars Isa4 Is La Ovts efsj
i14 aaa isret Assn
Icaa J ta Cats, las
i-" Soh( M Cfstl eslvlca lry seS is a emsl
S.TMIIW.L writs ft free 1i;strje4 s-.V-ei.
Ossas Usl a StaasMSip Ca, Sn.l.sy. X J. Cirs.
"Whst's In that cigar you're smok
ing?" Inquired the drug store wag.
"Did you ever see a man imokltg
anything except tobacco?" Inquired
the grumpy cltlicn.
"Yes: I waa down on the fish whari
the other day and saw a man smoking
Quit thinking of yourself to tbe ex
clusion of everything and everyone
If you can t get what yon like, try
to like what you get.
MADE HEW STRENGTH
QC1CSER THAU DOCTOR'S TOXICS,
EATS TYPHOID f ATH3T.
Taas lads l-ert fe7 retrr la Very Weak
k a la I sea lr. V 1 1 llama I'lah -l
with Uratirylag tLsaalu.
After a fever, such as tr phiu.l r-r scauN
let, haa ruu tta full course there remains
the recovery of at rengt u. The tun ic t Lai
will most rapidly increase tbe mt oar
paaclca iu the bld ts the one that will
iuat quickly restore clor to the twie
chewks, strength to the weak muscle,
and elasticity to the sluggish tiervrs, IrVo
far liothtog has ever l-eeii pnxlocwMl six
p rior to Dr. Williaiua' I'mk 1'ills lot
this purrs e.
Miss Midendorf had been 111 with
typhoid fever for fourteen weeks, hhs
lutd a (rootl phytlciau who carrrid bet
awfuly thrtmgh the critical stages. When
he left, nothing remained, to be done x
eept lo build op her strength, which was
very feeble, aud be gave her uue pre
scripitons for Dial purptave. Hore. how
ever, she met with tluapsiiutineit.
" I look the dorfcir's t-ml.-s," she says,
"for two Hi. nil ha after 1 bad rwovered
from ti a fever, but they did. not do in
the gtasl I ka.ked Lw. Wy strength cwins
taw k so slowly that I tawrcely areme.1 t
las iiiakiug any progress at all. Jusl
then I rat In a Uaik thrown iu out
yard some striking twtiiiiiHitaJs allowing
what wonderful bhsat laaildera and
streugth givers lr. Williams' link 1MU
are. 1 go of them aso afui
this ami after 1 hail taken only slsmt
half of theio I could sew a very great im
provement lu my condtieiu. Whm 1
baj umI up two boxes, I felt that I did
Hot laetsl any uw Mitstlctnn. I Uat
reiiiaiuel tlnuig eVt-r since." .
Miss K. li. Mulendorf lives at N.
1Vi lark atrc-t, tjiiiucy, HI. Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills are the Ut reimly Ui
Use tu all cases of weakuesa. from w liat
sver cauae tbe aysteiu may be ruu down.
Iu oaacs of dclulity due tooverwm k thry
tuinialar frvah streugtb and overcome
uervous syutptotus. They are a spm-iuc
for auwmia ur LluLMlleaajitiaa. Thcyarf
porticolai ly helpful to girls on the Vergs
of womanhood. Tin y meet all the r
quiromciitaof the riisl known aa the
change tit life. They Correc t Sriiig
langoor. They strengthen Weak diKa
tum and rouse up sluggish organs. No
other teiino oomliliins ao iuauijf V iftucav,
alii druggists slII lUuiu.
It Is lesson after leson with the schol
ar, blow after blow with the laborer,
crop after crop with the farmer, pict
ure after picture wltih the artist, step
l after aten and mltai sftee miu a. ok
and candled peel .ee any gollj
With some people the entertainment
of aa idea Is an luieluctual feaaL