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Tapping lfir Ilnlibe-r Trars.
Wlion l'ura rnhlior trcca aro tapped,
nftcr tho 1511m Iiiih run into rucrptnclus
and ntiffpiioil, a HpecleH of Inrgo black
nnt Ih ncctiBtuinvil to cut out plocoH ol
tho rul)l)ur niul rnrry thuni awny. Hues
iiImo llml linen for Imlln rubber, nml
hoiiiu spt'clt'H In South America actual
ly ruHinoiiH HiilistnnccH In ontnr to
rauo n flow of tlin. wii. The gum 1.1
umployuil liy the bceH hb a ruuily-innild
wax for their neHtu.
True wImIoiii can only bo purchased
with tlio coin of experiuuec.
.Inputi's llspnrls nml Imports.
In 1808 Japan's export ami Import
trmlo amounted alloK ther to 2(1.2-10,-645
yon. or silver dollar.. In 1890 It
reacliud the flKiirn of 135 331,820 yon.
llin lllirnifjtn Kihiiiq;.
The Iliirmi)ni naiing In n harp, tlm
tiudy belli); modeled llku n boat, with
n lonK Iiik.1i prow. The Instrument hns
n dcale rout low A In the Iiosh clef to
V In tlio 0 clof. It Ih used to accom
pany vorn.1 mimic.
RELIGIOUS HEADING, i
I)lrivrrer nf l.wprnsy Itiirllltn'.
A bust of Dr. 0. Arninuor Hanson,
tlio discoverer of tlio leprosy bacillus,
was un 'oiled recently by Professor
Vlsdnl In the finnlon of the museum nt
Hereon In tho presenca of many Nor
wegians and foreign medical men,
AviTltlcn l.t'lllfth nf Life.
In thrco hundred years tho nverago
length of human llfo has been doubled.
In tho sixteenth century It was bo
twecn eighteen ond twenty years; at
tho cliso of tho o'Rhtconth century It
wns a little over thirty years, and to
day It Is over fo'ty years.
flELIGION AND DEFORMS ALL OVER
lltstiop VVIitppIt1 lliirdslilp.
Tho lato Illshop Whlpplo, tho fa
mous Kpl copal mlhslnnary to tho In
dians, was a man of very stiong phy
slipie, and In o.irly life his work wrta
generally carried on by means of lone;
rides over the plains, when ho would
Romutlmcs b!o? In tho opon and oca
no whltu faco for months.
A l'At Crmv'n Amnarineiir.
A pet crow, when confined to ft
cage, used to spend hours In coasting
down a hiiiuM Inclined plank, uslg tho
top of a mustard can for n sled, IIo
would carry tho sled up to tho top
of tho plank, step Into It and slldo
to tho bottom, repeating tho perform
ance nualn and ngaln with tho groat
rnxtilmii'a first Ollolnl Art.
The soldier who became a brigadier
general thiough President ltoosovelt's
llrst olllciul act, General James M. Hell,
began his mtlltuiy career as a voltiu
tter In the civil war. Ho went Into
tho Suntlugo campaign lis colonel of
the Klghth cavauy, (leuerul ClialTeo's
old icglmcut, and was suverly wounded
ut Uuuslmns, tho battle of tho cum
palgu After n long lllueHb ho followed
lilu leglmeut to the Philippines, whom
Jiu saw uddllloual service.
Dentil U a Transition Intu it llnmrtcr
I.lfa if Aetlnu rtiiil I'rlrllrffH Tint
l.oril Mny Coma to Us ut Any
Unlo tlm Hour.
Uod hruke our years to hours nnd days,
Hour by hour,
And dny by day,
Jist going on u little way,
Wo might he able nil along
To keep quite strong.
Should nil tho weight of llfo
IIo laid across our shoulders, nnd tho
With woo and struggle, meet us faco
At Just ono plncc,
We could not go;
Our foot would stop, nnd so
God lays n little on us every day,
And never. I believe, on all tho way
Will burdens benr so deep,
Or pnthwnys lie bo steep,
Hut wo can go, If by God's power.
We only bear tho burden of tho
New l'micy In UtcRS.
A change from tho multltudo of Jow
eled rings that everybody wenra Is tho
fancy for plain, broad gold ones, In
nocent of Btones or tooling, with h
dnto In Blmplo squaro figures. Ono
woman who does not consider senti
ment old-tnBhloned wears thrco, tho
lln.t wiifc tho year of her engagement,
the second with tho year of her mnr
rlaga and the third with that of tho
birth of her younger son.-
Aim llytra llt'urt.
McCnrron, Mich., Oct. 21. In April
Inst tho sensational enso of Mrs,
Batmiot G. Dyer of this plnco was re
ported In these columns. Mrs. Dyer
has suffered for years with a very
had caso of Heart Troublo nnd was
cured In a few weeks by Dodd's Kid
Slnco then Mrs. Dyer has received
hundreds of Inquiries ns to hor con
dition and many may ho Intorcstod to
hear that sho Is nt present enjoying
tho best of health nnd baa not had tho
slightest return of tho Heart Trouble.
Formerly b1i had to sit up In bed
for hours to get relief; now sho goes
about as smartly ns any lady of 62
years In tho State. Dodd's Kidney
Pills have made many frlmuls In Chip
pewa County thiough their euro of
Mrs, Dyer's ease, and have proven ho
yond doubt that their cures aro not
only very completo, but absolute and
1)i:.vtii a m.i:i:r.
It Is said concerning David that
after having, sorved his generation by
tho will of God ho fell aBlecp, It was
tho natural end of a busy llfo. After
tho dny of drenry and perplexing toil
there camo tho night of rest. How
beautiful nnd fitting a description ot
it good man's cud. It Is a precious
consolation wc have that nil human
llfo Is In God's care. Tho lives of God's
servants uro dear hi Ills sight. When
death at last comes It Is not tho pro
mature extinguishing of tho taper or
tho falling ot tho racer nfar from tho
coveted goal. It Is simply God's net
cooling In death tho fevered brow nnd
putting forever nt rest tho wearied
frame. Death Is tho consummation
nnd completion of llfo. It Is a transi
tion Into n broader llfo ot nctlon and
privilege. Death Is ono of God's mes
sengers. His coming mny bo long do
laycd until wo may nsk ns to why tho
aged pilgrim lingers so long upon tho
shores of his tlmo. Ills coming may
seem to bo hastened, nnd wo mny ask
why should some lives have n begin
ning when so Boon there comes an
ending. Tho only nuxtcty which need
concern us Is rend ness for tho night
of death. Tho Lord may come to us nt
any moment. Hut llfo which seems to
censo may bo found to bo llfo only be
gun. How suggestive of tho happy
'mdltlon of God's saints nhovo is this
phrase "fell nsleep." There is no ob
ject In llfo more benutltul than n
sleeping child. Ho has had his toil,
but ho hrus relinquished It. Ho has
had his sorrows. Tho trnccs of tears
aro still upon Is cheok. Hut ho has
dropped his sorrow oulsldo of his
crndlo and upon his blissful, oblivious
roposo no thought of thorn ever In
trudes. In woarluoss ho has sought
rest. On tho morrow ho will nrlse
from tho couch with n now laughter
In his volco, n now Joy In his heart,
a new llfo tilling his soul. It is so
when God glvoth His beloved sleep. In
the pngnn cemeteries nt Homo, tho
heathen were nccustoined to bhl fare
well to their dead with th words:
'Farewell, farewell forovcr." Hut tho
Christians, w'.th moio hopeful wo ds,
itood nhovo God's saints nnd Bald:
'Good night, good night, beloved, soon
shall wo say good morning." So to
every nalnt death may bring rest for
...o wearied llfo nnd become tho
earnest of an unsullied nnd eternal
morning. llcv. J. A. Adair.
It t aid's a genius to induce other
people to fiirnUh money to carry out
A man can hlldu down forever with
out getting to tho utmost bottom of
I'nul I)u ftiulllu's Kxplorisltmis.
Perhaps tho only living explorer who
Is equally familiar with the da.-k
places of equatorial Africa and tho
"land of tho midnight sun" Ih Paul
Du Challlus, Tho mystorlous fascina
tion of the "dark continent" lured him
from an east African counting-house
when he was qutto a young man, and
ho was away four years, returning
with a llvo gorilla ns a trophy. Then
ho went far north, nnd his fascina
tion of mannor and kindness of heart
.won him huudreds of friends.
Tlmu for Teiiiptiittfiii.
"Then was Jcmis leu up of tho Spirit
into tho wilderness to bo tempted of
tho dovll." When was that? It was
when Jesus had been freshly nssurod
of his i elation to tho Father, and that
all '-eaven was ready to glvo him help
In Tils need. It Is In such an hour as
Hint that tho Dovll tempts n child of
Cod. As old John Newton says: "It
Is tho man who is bringing his divi
dend from tho bank door who has most
need to dread tho pllforor's hand." Tho
hour of privilogo Is tho hour of peril,
roinptntlon conies wlion ninn seems
itrongost for Its meeting. But God is
faithful who hns promised. Ho will
not suffer you to bo tempted above
ivhnt you aro nblo. You may seem
weak, but God never Is. Ho Is nover
in extremity. Ho Is nblo mid ready to
tiolp you to the uttermost. Tempta
tions may como unexpectedly, but God
is over ready to glvo you safety and
triumph. God Is readier than tempta
tion or opportunity.
Thn 1'n hit of Krllclon,
The power of religion Is not to be
lolely or mainly Judged by its cor
P' 'ate nctlon; by tho Institutions It
.'rentes; by tho part which It plays In
tho government of tho world It Is to
be found much more In Its action on
tho Individual soul, and especially In
thns3 times nnd circumstances when
man is most Isolated from society. It
t In lurnUhln tho Ideals and mo
tives of Individual life, In guiding and
purifying tho emotions, In promoting
habits of thought nnd feeling that rlsa
nhovo tho things of oarth; In tho com
fort It can glvo In ago, sorrow, dinar
poln'mont nnd boroavoment; in ths
seasons of slcknoss, weakness, declin
ing faculties, and approaching death
thnt Us power Is most felt. W. II. 13.
I.ccky, M. P.
I Mitchell's Eye Salve
TlirmiRti Toll mill HtifTcrlnff. I
Through toll nnd through suffering
wo nro enabled to gain a keener In
sight Into spiritual things, and greater
power In doing spiritual things, In
creased purity of heart, a deeper hu
mility, more Intcnso desire for holi
ness. Then toll and suffering nro on
dowed with "tho lightest of nil mean
ings. And tills meaning Is given to
Inhour nnd sorrow Just In tho degreo
thnt they nro borne In hiimblo trust In
God, nnd In tho dcwlie. so far ns lies
In our power, to ho faithful to our
proforslon of faith In the Savior.
Thnt wo know not tho renson why wo
nro compelled to labour so hard or to
suffer so much does not affect the ro
sult. Through tho presonco In us of
tho true spirit of devotion, through
the offering of ourselves In this way,
tho blessed effects will bo wrought.
For In our lives ns individual, as well
ns In the llfo of the church and the1
nation, thero Is tho hiding of God's
Ss You mayusov.lthpcr- j
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Tlio Christian lm.s his nllllctlnns of
bcJy nnd griefs of soul as well ns oth
ers, lint lie ilocs not Borrow even as
others who hnvo no hope. Out of the
depths ho crloj unto Uod, and Ho de
livers him. His cry Is not merely a
cry of distress, but rather a cry of Joy.
Tho Christian has Joy In sorrow. Tho
wntcrs aro never deep enough to over
whelm him. In the darkest hour he
can slnK. Songs which nro bom In
broken henrts and rise from the abyss
of darkness nro tlio sweetest songa.
Then let tho shadows lengthen. Let
the night bo ovor so dnrk. We slinll
not censo our singing. Paul and Stln.
sang In tho night. Thoso who, &-'.;
nmld tho shadows of this world shall
nlso sing amid tho glories of tho heav
enly world. Let the night bo filled
with music, nnd the Journey will soon
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Tlm i:tnlltiiiirnt nt Tlicuclit.
That our thoughts may not be dissi
pated they need n central purpose.
That t ho soul mny not float adrift It
needs un anchor. Our thoughts take
tho direction of our works. So It la
a proverb of wisdom which says:
"Commit thy works unto tho Lord,
nnd thy thoughts shall bo established."
Our thoughts aro committed to tho
snmo that our works nio, nnd It Is fori
tho training of thought nnd Inwnrd
character thnt works nro supplied. Tho
alternntlvo would bo: Commit thy
work unto self and thy thoughts shnll
be mndo selfish, continually meaner, 1
nnd unstable. Tho rescue and salva-J
lion of our thoughts and mind Is the
commlUl of our works to the Lord,
doing them all ns unto Him. consult
ing Him nbout nil that wo propose to'
do, thnt Ho mny bo tho central au
thority of our deeds to whom tlio 1
gathering of our thoughts shnll be.
Clirlsllmi I'.iiilatnr Tiijiln.
Oood Nows Proclaimed. Monday
Nov, 11, Tho gospel, Luko 2-1-10.
Tuesday, Nov. 12, Tho messenger, Ha.
r.2:7-10, 2 Cor. 5:20; Wednesday, Nov. 1
13, Tho proclamation, Luko -1.16-21; '
Thursday. Nov. 14, Minister and ,
chinch. Eph. 3:11-21; Friday, Nov. 15, 1
"How shnll they hear?" 2 Cor. 9:1-7,'
12-15; Saturday, Nov. 1G, A church
home. Acts 11:22-20; Sutiday, Nov 17,
topic, Missions: preaching nnd hear- (
Ing. Rom. 10:13-17.
Jlliikn Itimiii In Our Minds.
We must make room in our minds, In 1
our tastes. In our sympathies, In our
religion nnd In our lives for all thnt
we enn lenm both ot until 0 and hu
manity. Wo must multiply points of
contnet thoughtful nnd loving contnet
with tlicso lnrcc. rich regions of
uoi'a creation. We ought to know
thnt wo llvo in them ns truly as we llvo
In our houses. Charles O, Ames.
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80M bv C3 Iktuglai I'orn In Amnion alin irlUnpctrcrl Jromfactorv
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Iam apaa aaflas W, L. Wagla, abaaf Vila Bins
aaa prira aianta NiHa. rinofS sent nnr-
svhere on rei-elpt of prlra ami iZe, aildl.
Iionai lor rarriane. iaka mrsuro-
ments or loot as suownt suis siyis
riVJ IV Ufsirwti size aim wwin
tiniiv tvnrnt TiiAinnrriin
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AIISTIt.VOTS ritOM NI'.UMONS.
Our democracy In this aril other
cities has dovelopcd tho tyranny of tho
boss. 11 Is the right of ovwy Chris
tian to say to every public servant
who Is guilty of prostituting his pub
lic chnrgo, "Yes, thero Is a Qod!"
Itev. D. l'oteat, Uaptlst, Philadelphia,
There Is n class of men on whoso
hearts the seed falls, but dies without
benrlng fruit. Theae people, when they
hear the word, exclto themselves to
feeble resolutions of good dotng, but
that Is nil. In tho day of temptation
they fall away Rev. Father Board
man, Roman Catholic, San Francisco.
Wo must bend nil our energies to
save the worthy, to Incroaso his kind,
for while anarchy may do away with
all government, snclnllsm with prlvato
property, communism with classes and
distinction nothing can make n
worthless man ns good as tho man
who has worth. Prof. M. M. Mangos
sarlau, Sivlnl Ethics, Chlcaga, 111.
ACTUALLY GROWS HAIR
ON BALD HEADS H0SLE
rnor. J. IT, Armx. MeV.rktr8 Theater Uid.r.. Chlf tpo.
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Last March 1 waabaUaltoT r thotopot mylie-vdauai wai advUcJ
to try ;our rrmedlct 1 af rfvo montha treatment I hava a flno htad f
nair. I want tn thatilr vnu f tr Cna rootl vou 1 ira dona tu. 1 haa itm.
balr now than 1 ctct nadi all 1 tfU u to annlr jour rcmcUlea thre time a wnefc.
XL J, McAllltOH 7V Lake Stmt. Chicago, I1U
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It 70U are 1 oil 03 hair.
STOPS FALLING HO
Tilrfli thrfl fsllan halra from the tnornlnfipeomblnirs and tDsll
them tarrof. J. II. Austla, the eclct. -at'4 scalp a-d sMa specialist
ofyrsrssuiullnf aniDst.Dasl rrputstlon. wbo wtllsendyouabso
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elimination of yuur bslrs under bis specslll j constructed and pow
erful microscope Tbtre lino chants irbstover, and In adlt!onbo
srlllsend a special prescription foryour caso put uplnatlttlebos,
alsoabsolut IrllrK. Wbsnyoosra cared of Ultustrr, whlcbls
the forerunner ot bsldness.snd prorH lUttt, ITot Ausilu asks
tbatToutsllTourrriendsaboutlt. KtlD HO EOtr. IfTouaresl.
readjrpartljrortotallybaldwrltsaiulnndtbocure. HRIlilo-IilI to
..f.ni..a... i....i. SMi:efifM(.f PROF. J. H. AUSTIN,
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