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Animal Friends FriendsAnimals Frl FriendsAnimals nds ndsAnimals
Animals in captivity must often suf sufi suCerthe su1er
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erthe er the pangs 01 loneliness s
of their freedom robbed of f their theirstranRe theIrfriends theirIriends
the theconfines theconfines
friends condemned to pace wltllln
confines of a narrow cage they have hlveittle haveitt1e
ittle compensation for tbeloss the loss oC lib liberty liberty
erty Pathetic instlllces are told of ofstrange > C Cstranpe
strange friendships between animals in inKrtoui IIIcsptivity incapUvity
csptivity csptivityA Krtoui A curious incident occurred in 111 New Newrcan NewOrleans NewOrleans
ago when a bear bearwas bearwas
Orleans years
was lowered some into the cage or 31 a old A Arican Af African
rcan rican lion The keepers supposed it itwonld Itwould itwould
would be torn to piece piec and many peo people peoJlle popie ¬
pie assembled to see the barbarous ex exhibition exhibition cxhibition ¬
hibition hibitionThe hibitionThe
The bear at once on assumed I IThe the offen offensive offensive ofTensive ¬
sive and rushed rushedt Jt it the lion but to the theamazement theamazement theamazement
amazement of the onlookers the lion lionhitherto lionhitherto lionhitherto
hitherto reprded as extremely savage savageand savageand savageintl
and dan danvrous rous placed his paw upon u on the thebearV thebear thebenr
bearV bear head as ts 5 if to express his pity pityant pityane pitytInl
ant tInl tried to make friends with him himTaking himCoking himinking
Taking the bear under his protection protectionthe protectionthe
the lion suffered no one to approach the thecage thecage thecage
cage and did not sleep unjil un il he was wase waseh ex exhausted CXhausted ¬
hausted h usted so s9 closely did he watch over overhis overIlls overhis
his new friend Be 11e even evenS allowed him himto hImto himto
to share his food life Th two animals animalswould anin111swould animalswould
would lie li down side by side the lion lionusually lionusually lionusually
usually with a protective paw over oyer the thebear thebear t1ebear
bear His delight in ii companionship companionshipwas companionshipwas
was manifested unmistakably and hji hjicaptors hhcaptors hscaptors
captors were humane enough to let the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two share the same ame cage cageThe cageThe cageThe
The Worlds Supply of Coal CoalAs CoalAs CoalAs
As a result of the recent coa coal strike strikeconsiderable strikeconsiderable strikeconsiderable
considerable attention has been given given to toa toa toa
a reexamination of the area of the coa coalands coal coallands coallands
lands of the entire world orld It is is assumed assumedthat assumedthat assumedthat
that there will rill come a time when the last lastpound lastpound lasipound
pound of coa coal will be taken from the theground theground theground
ground and the question is What will willmankind willmanldnd willmankind
mankind do for fuel when that time ar arrives arrives arrives ¬
rives But that question need not per perplex perplex perplex ¬
plex us at present Experts estimate estimatethat estimatethat etinatethat
that the coal fields of China Jajan Great GreatBritain GrealBritain GreatBritain
Britain Germany Russia and India con contain contain conStam
tain tam apparently three hundred and three threebillion threebillion threebillion
billion tons ton which will willlast last for four hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred and fifty fifty years at the present rate rateof rateof rateof
of consumption The supply in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and Canada added to that thatthe thaiih thatih
ih other parts of th the world would enable enablethc enablethe
the human race to rely on coal for fuel fuelfor fUt1for fuelfor
for a thousand years In ordinary times timesthe timesthe timelthe
the United Un fed States Jcads leads in the production productionof
of coal oa and previous previous to the strike stri e was wasbeginning wa wabegmnll1g wasbeginning
beginning to build up a splendid coal coaltrade coaltrade coaltrade
trade abroad England stands next as a aproducer aproducer oproduce
producer and in the present stress is isactually isaCluall isactuahl
actually aCluall sending coal to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UiiitedStates
Bronchitis BronchitisI
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toral toralin in my house for a great many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years It is the best medicine in inthe Inthe inthe
the world for coughs and colds coldsJ
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All serious lung lungtroubles lungtroubles lungtroubles
troubles begin with a atickling atickling atickling
tickling in the throat throatYou throatYou throatS
S You can stop this at first firstin firstin firstin
in a single night with withAyers withAycrs withAyers
Ayers Cherry Pectoral PectoralUse PectoralUse PectoralUse
Use it also for bronchitis bronchitisconsumption bronchitisconsumption bronchitisconsumption
consumption hard colds coldsand coldsand coldsandforcoughs
and andforcoughs for coughs of ofall all kinds kindsTbe kindsnne kindsTknc
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bjgnddenly tnken with such su h terrible terriblecracups terrlhlecralhps terriblecranps
cracups that 1 would Wouldila baye ya to walk walkl walkbent Wtllkbent
l bent > ent 6ycr and I would oulll have to tolooeen to10oBeD to3coeu
looeen my mf ° r clothes clotlj It would be a acouple 11couple acouple
couple of o iiours tu1rtlicC iuur before rel I would ouldob ouldobtnln ob obtain ohtahii ¬
tain relIef QUO day I heard about aboutRipano nboutnlpnu aboutItIpan
Ripano ItIpan Tnbulcn Tabul and lI d since I have havetoken bllyetckcn havetckn
token a couple COII1 > to or ° Uhie the 5cent 5 eent boxes I Ihave Ibave Ihave
have not nothad had a stogie stij attnck attnckM aUnckAt attaukAt
At druggists druggistsThe drullailhrho drugitsrho
The rho rhoe e FiveCent Ilve Cerst packet I 11 enough nough for an aDordlnarr anordlnarj
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T 1 HE old mold In the sense of ofI oftbe ofthe
I I I the typical homebody filling fillinga
THE a distinct niche In the na nations nntlous nathous ¬
c tions households Is 1 passing passingfrom llil piissltigfrom sllIg sllIgflom
from among us gIving lvlug WilY to the thebachelor thebnehetor thebachelor
bachelor woman with her own pecu peculiar pecuIInr pcuiIat ¬
liar aspirations mid established Inter Interests IntNcste II1trcst ¬
ests cst Even I ven now the genuine old maid maidIs muletIs mallIs
Is so scarce as 1S to have risen In value viilueIn valuein nlue nlueIn
In another generation or so tilio lie will willhave willlivo 111 111hit
have hit 0 bccouio becot e extinct anti there thel will be beonly heonly beonly
only u garbled likeness ot her hercrl hercrltnlnly hererrtautly cer certainly ¬
tautly not one that does her justice justicepreservM jllstlce11leServM justicepieervl
preservM to posterity In future times timesthe timesthe timesthie
the story stor ot o womans first decamp decampj tiecampmeat
j meat from the homo circle will sound soundIn soundin
1 in students enrs us the tales of the tliej thlnnclents thenncleiits
j undents sound now t6 t us usIntmesting usInterestingromantic Interesting Interestingromantic
I romantic but very wr remote from cur current curIlcnt current ¬
Ilcnt rent issues issuesIt IlsuesI issuesIt
It will he told toldl1o how hio In the latter part partof t10rtot Partof
I of the nineteenth ocntury ntllry n maiden maidenKvc maidenlve
Kvc in h the till sheltered home garden Iden nil nilunblemished 1It1nllbemlshed allI
I unblemished and sound of heart got gotInldillf gotI
1 I Inkling of o n strangely sweet fruit fruitcnlleij trulta fruittahlet
cnlleij tahlet a 11 ell independence In cpcullenel How she tasted tastedIt tashIIt
It and Iln finding it good told her sisters sistersabout slstl1Snbout sIstersabout
about It She he told her brothers amid nudbrotherlnluw nndbrotherlnll amidbrotherInluw
brotherlnluw about it also and they theysmiled thersmllell theyi3iliIie1
smiled Indulgently In ulgel1tJ Independence Independenceyes
yes es It was a pretty good ood thing The Thej Thefruit he hetmlt
j I fruit of n tree lce whose taproot reached reachedback renchedI meachedhack
I back to creation It It agreed with men mensplendidly menj men5ilCfltlIdlY
splendidly but It Was I1S doubtful how it itwould ItWOll1l1 itwould
j would do for women womenWhat womenWhnt womenWlmt
What did women want with It any anyhowV anyI anyhow
I howV how They had love shelter protec protection protecI proteelion ¬
I lion Even Influence and reverence reverencehad levercucchad reverencehad
had been accorded to them them and now nowthey nowtbl nowtlity
they tbl must cast CII t eye upon UO1i an exclusively exclusivelymans exclusivelyIlIlIns exclusivelymans
mans prerogative clearly not meant meantfor menntfor meantfor
for them Anti time men of the day dayso dayso
so the tale will w11 continue took counsel counseltogether counseltogetJer couiiseltogether
together as to how the women folk folkhad tollhad folkhad
had contrived to get hold of this pecu peculiarly l1ecu1I11lIy iecuhiarhy ¬
liarly mans benefit Had some man manturned mantU1tIt1d manturned
turned traitor in n doting dotlngllloment moment and andlet andlet andlot
let on to sister or sweetheart as to tothe totile tothe
the wonderful qualities of independ independence Indepcnllence independence ¬
ence Or was the discovery Just Justsome justHOIl1C justsome
some new phase of or that lint mnvelous in intuition Intuition intuitIon ¬
tuition that lurked III the feminine femininemakeup femininemnkoup femininemnkeup
makeup makeupBut mnkoupBut mnkeupBut
But however iowevrr the new ncwldeu Idea started it itmust ItlIIust Itmust
must be stopped before mischief en ensued ellsued ensued ¬
sued In the first place there was not notenough notcuolIgh notenough
enough of the fruit to go around if ifwoman itwoman ifvomnan
woman dipped Into tub it As it was WISI
I even with the entire stock kept for the thesterner theI timesteriier
I sterner sex some man had to put up upwith upwith upwith
with a very small share It must be boexplained beexplnlncd beexplained
explained to woman that the after aftertnsto aftertl aftertto
tnsto tl tu of independence wits vas bad and andlessened andlessened antilessened
lessened the pleasure in things woman womanhad wOlDanhnd womanhad
had heretofore delighted in That a acontinual ncontlnunt acontinual
continual diet of it Induced coarse coarseUstes coalset conisottes
Ustes t tes developed an understanding of ofmoney otl1oney ofnoney
money matters for one thing and OIll a aclearsightedness IIi aelearsighteduess
i clearsightedness and critical faculty facultyj acuitythat
j i that ill comported with feminine femininecharms fcmlnlnecl1nlU1s hemninIuecharms
charms charmsWhat cl1nlU1sWbot charmsWhat
What chance would ouM man have 1nc with withj withWoman lth lthwoman
j woman if she brought too close crltl crltli crltlclsms criticlsma
i cisms to bear on him What cherished cherishedbeliefs che1lshedhellcfs cherishedIiellefs
beliefs and rapturous experiences experiencesj experiencesWere
j Were ere threatened If woman got any auynenrel anyhearer
I I nearer in likeness to man than she shei shewas
i was then theilshe she who had been brought broughtup lJrouhtUI
up UI to revere the being masculine with withi withnil withnil
i nil unquestioning faith in his powers powersand powcrsantt powersamid
and superiority superiorityNo
No A taste of independence might mightbe mightI mightbe
I be well enough for womans regale regalement legnementon regalemeat ¬
meat menton on occasion Just sufllclent to toJolly toI tojolly
Jolly her along and that taste jlll jlllclously judictoushy judi judiciously ¬
ciously mixed with Ith other Ingredients IngredientsBut Ingrel1lentsBut ingredieimtsBut
But for or dally commons It was V0f too toostimulating tooethnulllting toostimulating
stimulating for the feminine t lUfnlne constitu constitution constltutlon coimstittmtiou ¬
tion tionWell
Well the arguments were ere sounded soundedthp rmundedth
thp th protests reiterated But womans womansilay womansday VolUnns11ay
day bail come SIll lie slipped off her do domestlc 110mestlc doimmestie
mestlc habits and traditions as natu naturally nnt nnt1nlly natUrally ¬
rally as the bud slips Its sheaths when whenthe wbenthe whemithe
the moment is If ripe rhie11fld and made for the thoopportunities theopportunltle9 timeopportunjties
opportunities that opened with nn en energy energy > 11 11ergy ¬
ergy and enthusiasm that caused her hercritics bercrlt1ciJ hercritics
critics first to stare stn e then applaud then thenhelp thenhelp theniielp
help her herAnd herAnd herAnd
And thereupon all over the land Tan Tani va vaheard I II
i I heard the snapping of family ties and andthe nndthe andthe
the air 0 h settling Into hundreds and hun hundreds hmumidreda 1111 1111IlrNls ¬
dreds of vacant lcant spaces In household householdeconomy houschCJIeconomy householdeCoiiofliy <
economy economyThis economyThis eCoiiofliyThis
This will be the story ston of womans womansenfranchisement wOlUans wOlUanscntlnnchlsemcntpultlcillmty vomaiiaenfrmmnchisenientpavtIcuinrly
enfranchisement cntlnnchlsemcntpultlcillmty enfrmmnchisenientpavtIcuinrly particularly of the thesingle theIIlngle timesingle
single womanportrayed In social his history hilitory history
tory many years lUlS hence anti coupled coupledwith coupcdI coupledwith
I with it will be reminiscences of time thosort tblsort timesort I
sort of person tIle old 01l1mollt maid was before beforeshe beforeI beforeshe beforeshe
she developed business capacity CnlJUtltylOw CnlJUtltylOwhe how howlie
she lie had a talent for 01 mending darning darningi damningcomforting
i comforting lOmtolUn and soothing lup the like of ofwhich oti ofWhileli
i which never was IIA secured to mansl mans manshousehold maimshousehold
l household after her tnklnp tnl1n away nwa how howshe howlihe
4 she cared for the little folks of what whati whatever
i ever > ver household sheltered her with an anunflagging tinII anunflagging
unflagging loyalty tO lIltJ that was II tenderness tendernessItself tenderness tendernessItselt temidernessItself
II Itself and knit In with the very crr mar marrow 1I111rlOW mnnrrow ¬
row of her being beingIn helngI beiimgiii
I In fact stanch loyally 10yaI and disinter disinterestedness disimiterestethuess lIlIlnler111 ¬
estedness Will 111 bo the tii > chief traits of ofthe ofthe oflie
the lie oldstyle oid styje old inahl preserved to toposterity toIIORtellt tolustcilty
posterity Now XOI it was 3S a niece upon uponwhom uponwhom uponviiom
whom she he lavished her affection turn turnI 111rnJllg turnhug
I hug over to tills nloco whatever store storeI st storeof re reof
I of money mOII she posspssird J1MSI flCd nail abdicating abdicatingj nhimiieatlimgevery
j I every C CI xllgliUst liglrt to Npcml JUT own ownmenus oviiIiirnims
menus ang on herself Again gaIn aln it was in 1 ncouKlns aenuslims 1cousins
cousins home that she he shone u vital vitalInfluence vitalinfluence ltol ltolInltucnee
Influence so everpresent elplC ent and to be bedepended bedepended
depended upon that her ministrations ministrationswere II11nlstr01l0n8Werc iimhiitstrationseIe
were eIe counted us IS much n matter IIIn ttel of ofcourse ori ofemnirse
i course rIJ1Isc as the slurs rising rlsln nail setting settingNow settingSow tdttImmgow
Now ow showhft Volunteer fostermother fostermotherIn
In II sisters household cuddling 1 and anddoing IIndItolll andmiohmig
doing Itolll for a succession of infants In Inthe Inthe
I the family tnnill cradle and so Sf leaving tin thrmother tis tismuther tinmiiotiier
mother freer for or social and connubial connubialdutlcw connubIIIlutle commimbialiliitles
dutlcw And whatever wlinIt f > I she ho did she did diduncommonly dlc1nll011lIllQn didmuiconi
uncommonly nll011lIllQn muiconi mnoii1 well with wit ii n thoroughness
that could only come of genuine lovf lovffor lovrfor hovrfor
for the task taskThere tnslThele taskThieve
There will probably never be In the theworld theworld theworld
world again such beautifully executed executedsewing executedsewlllg executedsewhiig
sewing lavished on homely garments garuientias ll11entl ll11entlas
as the old maul bestowed on the plain plainlittle 1110lnlittle pinislittle
little everyday articles worn by hem lieicharges belcbarJcII hemcharges
charges Such printlike stitches such suchovcntou slcblntoiIthrelilt sucheremitoti
ovcntou lntoiIthrelilt thread seaming Let mor morenterprising mOle mOlelnte timersentetrlShtmg
enterprising lnte ljiISIII people design nnd make makethe makEthe maketime
the new raiment and appurtenance foi foithe taltbc fomthe
the family hers time selfelected tush tushof tuskof tushof
of keeping the partly plrl1 worn articles In Inrepair Inrrpol1 inrepair
repair Making whole the torn tornbul tornbulsort but butsoft butsoft
soft comfortable things such a boon boonto boonto boonto
to children The old maid could mend mendn mlUdoillblelloth
n oillblelloth tablecloth BO that you couldnt tell tellwhere ttllwhIe tellwhere
where the piece was put In She could couldrub coutdrub couldrub
rub up n mustard plaster to perfection perfectionIn
In the quickest possible ossibl time And Andbind Andbllll1 Andbind
bind up a hurt linger 111I er and onllhcnl heal any Irri Irritation Irrltatlon Irritation ¬
tation to the feelings In n way thai thaiwns thutwns thatwns
wns an art Besides she had bl1l1n a genius geniusfor genlntor geimiusfor
for keeping track of the things In n u uhousehold 0bOll8eb01l1 ahousehold
household apt U1t to go go astray ustIn3lhe The inas inastors masters mimaimtels >
tors papers tlie childrens toys pre premium IJrQmhull liremmituimm ¬
mium receipts otc otcIn otet11 etcImi
In many regards however site sh was wasabsurdly wasabsurdly WarnbslllllIy
absurdly in the wnlte of her self selfreliant sel selre1l0nt selfreliant
reliant sister slstllOr of today tocln Very timid tluildabout timidIIbout timidabout
about travelling alone III anI Apt to get nil nilover niloer allover
over In shivers at the sight of a mouse mouseor mouseor
or it bat And as for outside affairs affairsShe nlrohslSho naIrstShe
She never would have dreamed of in indorsing Inctorslng indorstmmg ¬
dorsing a check or of going to ton a bank bankor bankor bankor
or having any money transaction transactionwhatever tll1osnctiollP tll1osnctiollPwho transactiomiswhatever
whatever who teel without ltbollt masculine assist assistance osslstnnel assistaner ¬
ance In fact she looked tool cd upon checks checksand cbeeksDntI checksanti
and all business papers with awe as asentirely osentirely asentirely
entirely out of her world It is If doubt doubtful donhtfull doubtful ¬
ful full if in her whole life she ever bought boughta
a railway lnll3 ticket or any other ticket ticketfor tickettor ticketfor
for herself or made even en eve4m the smallest smallestpurchase smolteHtpurcbasl smanhlestpurchase
purchase without wit bout consulting some somebody somebOlty somebody ¬
body bodyIn bOltyIn bodyIii
In her clinging dependence the old oldmaid 0111lIIulll oldimumid
maid was a tame sort of creature com compared COllipared coinpared ¬
pared to her bachelor sister A char character chalneter character ¬
acter something akin to Thackerays ThackeraysAmelia ThaekemaygAmnelki rhl1eltemysAmelio
Amelia with the heart quality for a adominating 0110nl1nntlng aclotninating
dominating characteristic Formed on onneutral onneutral onneutral
neutral almost negative lines with withuuobtruslveness WithunobtrushenelR withuuobtrusiveness
uuobtruslveness nnd unselfishness so sowelded rOweldec1ln sowelded
welded weldec1ln in together that it took familiar familiaracquaintance ramlUarlIequlllutnnce familiaracquaintance
acquaintance to appreciate her real realworth renlwOltb tealwettb
worth The old maid living under the theprotection the1rotectlou limeprotection
protection 1rotectlou of n male relative would wouldhave wouldhne wouidhave
have scorned to ask or receive pay for forher Corher forher
her services servlc s as ardently as the bache bachelor bnehclor bachiebr ¬
lor woman nowadays would scorn the thegiving theJlvlnI timegivimmg
giving of her work ork for nothing The Thelaborer Timelaborer I lie lielaborer
laborer Is worthy of his hire is the thebnchclor0 tbebncbelolS tImebachelors
bachelors belief and the difference differencebetween IIll1erencebetwoen differencebetween
between her hOl imerereed creed and the old maids maidsIs
Is In the nature of the compensation compensationTlie tompensatlonThe compensationThe
The old maid took out her pay In love lovelove loveo lovelove
love o that she lavished without withoutthought withouttbought withoutthought
thought of return And the value of ofher ofher ofher
her ministrations even If summed up upentire Ul1entire tipentire
entire could certainly never have been bceupaid beenpoltl beenpall
paid for in any coin ever devised devisedThe devisedThe devisedThe
The old tlt maid mnll believed In man us a anatural nnnturnt anatural
natural authority and nnt ruler much more morefirmly morlt1lD11y morefirmly
firmly than the bachelor maid believes believesIn
In him today Probably because the theclear thcclenl limeclear
clear everyday light In which the lat latter latter mlter ¬
ter meets her coworker tends to divest divesthim I11vcsthim divesthim
him him of exalted attributes othlbllt s There was wasalways wnsnlwas wasalways
always some mystery about the old oldmaids 0111maldI oldmimnids
maids singleness Some sense of sup suppressed SliPIJ1esscd suppressed ¬
pressed romance or halfstrangled at attachment ottn attacimmeimt ¬
tachment tn cllmellt in the undercurrent of her herlife herlire herlIfe
life Her lover OVC1 died or else never neverknew neverImew neverknew
knew she loved him or was a truant truantA
A more worldly nature would have haveknown bnvcImown haveknown
known how to rectify matters and nndhave nnllhlvo andhave
have reared r n1ell n new shrine at tit which Wblch to toworship toworship tovorsiiip
worship Not so the old maid Once Onceattached Onceottnchell Oncenttnched
attached always attached It UUilght UUilghthllve nllght nllghthave nighmthave
have beeli that there was not enough enoughot
ot earthly ea tbt alloy about her to attract attractmans attract1I10ns attractmmians
mans fancy But be that as it may maywhat mnrwlJat mimeswhat
what was the Individual loss in this thisInstance thleInltunce thisinstance
Instance was the th universal gain It Itwould ItWOllld Itwould
would have been woful wotullnllocll indeed to have havelost bovelOBI havelost
lost in marriage that Ideal of single singleblessedness shllehlessedness simigleblessedness
blessedness as It developed while on ontlie ontbe ontime
time shelf occupied d quietly in the all allunnoted anIInnotell1oUtille alllIiUOtel
unnoted IInnotell1oUtille routine of commonplace duty dutyNew dntyew dutyNew
New ew York Post TostJapanein PostJapanel PostJapueae
Japanein Proverbs ProverbsThe ProverblThe PrOverbsThe
The Japanese do notexpect to gather gatlicigrapes gnUlergrapes gathergrapes
grapes from t olU thorns nor figs from this thistles thisties timisties ¬
ties but they phrase our thoughts thoughtssomewhat tbougbsomewbat thoughtssomewhat
somewhat differently They say sayThe soyslllwn sayTime
The spawn of frogs will become becomenothing becomeI becomenothing
nothing but frogs frogsWe frogsWe frogsWe
We nave have n Faying Despise not tile tljeday tiledll tieday
day dll of small things tblngsi their IIIJll Famous Famousswords IamoulworlS Famouiswords
swords are made of Iron scrapings IP IPmuch J JIl1l1ch Ismuch
much more picturesque picturesqueThe plcturesqucThe picturesqueTime
The idea of our All lay the load on onthe onthe omitime
the willing wl11lngllOrsc horse they express by byThose byrhose byThose
Those who know the th ropes do most mostof ID091of mostof
of the haulfng hnulln hauling While our common commonplace cot cothiimon cothiimonpince non nonploec ¬
place Out of evil good may come comefinds comcttUtlH comefiud
finds fiud with them n Hue poetical cx expression cxprll cxirssiomi ¬
pression prll slon In The lotus springs tprlll s from fromthe tromthe fromtime
the mud and in point of poignancy poignancyour
our Adding Ildill Insult to Injury Is vastly vastlyInferior vastlyinferior RstlyIllterlol
Inferior to their Hubblng Hllhhlll salt on a asore 11sOle iisole
sOle soreTlie soleThe
sOlehe The he Japanese liavp JiO hinv sonitf 01I really 1lIIU Hue Huesayings IhllsohJgs huesayings
sayings worthy osthy of unlversiij 11 II 1 I e 111111 necept neceptnncp IwcelltnncC flCeltalice
alice such ns Thine Thill own iin heart incites mukusthe l1ulwltheWO inciteslime
the theWO world ld or Tliu Tiiitmtmt lIi9j1C1Nnt pool nt liouie IIOI Il tsctf tsctfHie stcstime CC
time entire universe or IJI The l he tluono tluonoof tluoooot tiuommoof I
of the god oll Is on the tbelilow brow of otit a right righteous llgbteOUIl righteons ¬
eons man manTheir IDanTlleJr muanTheir
Their nice observance of otmammners manner Is Isevidenced IsevJl1enced isevidenced
evidenced by sayings such sUCbOR ba an Execs Execsof Execsot Excessof
of poJlteness politeness becomed b ollleR impoliteness impolitenesstheir Impohltermesstheir I1 I1tbefr
their national susplclousncss in the thelike theJIe time111cc
like of Dont trust a pigeon to carry carrygrain carlYgraIn carrygrain
grain and the handy mans abhor abhorrence nllborlenCe abhori ¬
rence i of a bungler finds find expression expressionIn eXl1rcssionInn exjmresslomiInnUmflotis
In Inn InnUmflotis numerous mrous qulpa such as Learning Learningto
to swim In n field or Scratching the thefoot tbefoot thefoot
foot with the shoe on
A kaln 1 < ln 01 ulUuS ulUuSjDnriiig Uius UiusDuring lSlhSDuring
jDnriiig During my sea life I have exper experienced experiel experiemced ¬
ienced iel ced many man kinds of showers said the theca theca thecatamn
ca catamn lain of an English steamer but it itremained itre itrethained
remained re alned for me to feel the effect of a arain ara aratn
rain ra ratn n pf bats on the trip down the coast coastNew coastfrom coastfrOm
from New York to Baltimore Balti Baltinight One Onenl OnesmiKht
night nl ht when about ten miles off the Dela Delaware Delawilrej Delaw ¬
ware w re we were suddenly being struck in inthe in inthe intime
the wilrej face lace ace and on our heads and some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times on our bodies bodi s bv b by myriads 1Ir ads of birds birdsas birdsas birdsas
as we supposed We were not long longfinding longfinding longfinding
finding out that the attack was from frombents fromheltts fromheats
bents of bats if I may apply that term termIt termItwas termItwas
It Itwas was with difficulty that those on 9n deck deckcould deckcQuld d ck ckegulmi
could protect themselves from injuries injuriesfr injuriesfrllln injuries injuriesfrjun
fr frllln m their sharp finlike wings wings as they theyflew theyflew theyflew
flew about in all directions We ran out outof outof outof
of the flock during the night but next nextmorning nextmorning nextmorning
morning we captured a number on deck deckwhere deckwhere deckwhere
where they had fallen exhausted I took tookup tookup tookimp
up one which had under its wing an in infant infant in infain ¬
fant bat which it had carried far out to tosea tosea tosea
sea and during the time it was beating beatingabout beatingnbout heatingabout
about our decks decl < i against the rigging riggingbeats riggingboats riggingboats
boats and smokestack this tiny infant infantlied infanthad infantImed
lied held on and fallen with its exhausted exhaustedparent exhaustedparent exhaustedparent
parent to the deck I shall try to to raise raisethe raisethe taisethe
the pair and also several others 1 1doubt 1dClubt 1doubt
doubt if there is anybody who can boast boastof boastof boastof
of such a queer capture and has the idea ideao ideaof
o of making pets pet of them I shall look looku lookUI lookUI
u UI i natural history and seek some plan to top top topleserve
p UI pleserve escrvc their lives and see what will ihh be betie beII beti
tie II e result resultltnklng
Making Fuel from Peat PeatA PeatA PeatA
A stock Company company to make fuel from fromp
p at a t is being formed in Manic Ma le The Theo
0 liccrs of the company tsay say that they theyh
h ive ye e succeeded in producing a fuel that thattl thatt
tl t ey call coal oa1 and that has a heating heatingviluc heatingIue heatingV
viluc V hue that is slightly greater than soft softc
c d They say that there are almost in inc ine in inC
c haustible supplies of this peat in ncar ncarI
I all the New NeIVEngland England States The TheMassachusetts Theassachusetts Theassachusetta
Massachusetts report of the Geological Geologicaljrvey GeologicalJrvey GeologicalIrvey
jrvey says In nearly fifty towns of ofc oft ofC
c t stern Massachusetts Massachusctts taken as a fair faira fairerage faircragc
a cragc of its quantity in other towns townsa towns1d townsid
a id other countries it would follow that thatghty thatghtv thatghty
ghty thousand acres or one hundred hundredand hundredd
and d twentyfive square miles are covered coveredvith coveredith covereditim
vith ith peat having an average averngc thickness thicknesssix thicknesI
I six feet This area and depth would wouldield wouldeld wo id ideid
> ield not far from two hundred million milliont
t ns There are also large deposits de osits of ofi
1 i in in New York and some in iii Pennsyl PennsylGenerally Pennsyl1ia Feunsylmnia
mnia 1ia
Generally Used UsedA Ueddiscussion UsedA
A A discussion has been started in Ger Geri Ger1II1Y Getmany
i many urging that German children drop dropt
t ie 11 words mama and papa in favor favorf
< f Mutter mother and Vater Vaterfather Vaterfather Vaterfathmcr
father How say they can any anyody anyody myody
ody prefer the unmeaning mamma to toi toe toC
i be e deep and impressive Mutter Mutteriothinp Mutterothing Mutterothming
iothinp othing can replace for a German the theprd theord theord
prd ord Mutter 111 utter certainly not the French Frenchnaina Frenchlama Frenchmama
lama A certain cert in philologist however howeverbks howeerks
bks ks how it can be suggested that the theord theord timeord
ord mama is derived from the French Frenchicing Frenchecing Frenchecing
ecing that it is probably to be found in ini inII in inIi
i II 1 languages of the world In the nu nui nu1erous numerous
i icrous dialects of Africa and in India IndiaIC
i lie IC word for mother is mama which is isiven isen isiven
iven en as a title of honor to every elderly elderlyame elderlyame elderlyslime
ame deserving of esteem and an respect respectMama respectlama respectfatima
Mama and papa baba are so gener generi generlIy generily
i lIy ly used in all parts of the world that thatI thatICY thaticy
I icy probably date back some thousands thousandsf
f years yearsJ yearsSimple yearsSimple
J Simple everyday honesty with our ourselves onrelves ourehvcs ¬
selves and with the world in m thought thoughtspeech thoughtspeech thoughtspeech
speech and conduct is one of the great greatnit great4t
4t nit it forces that imat make for noble charac character character chmaracIcr ¬
ter Be honest and all of lifes sorest sorestgrief sorestgrid sorestgrief
grief will pass you by byThere bylher byThere
There lher are plenty of people peope who have be becoin beCIJIn hecomae
coin comae < 1 s depressed and discouraged discourage because becausetlmt becau hecautethat e ethat
that dry backing cough hangs to them themcontinually themcontinually themcontinually
continually They have taken much nieili nieiliiiie melidle niediiLe
iiie iLe mostly mostl of the advertUert ndcrti ert quack sort sortnothing 601tnothing soutnotiming I
nothing like Dr August Kcenigs Kcenig s Hamburg llambum llambumBremst Hamburg HamburgBreast
Breast Tea the discovery of a then noted potedGerman notedGerman iote ioteGerman
German physician 60 years ears ago We do not notflay notAIY notpmy
flay that this will cure a 1 case where the tlielimits theunJt timelungs I
limits unJt arc badly diseased for it will viii not notand notand sotand
and and up to this date there is nothing that thatwill thatwill timatviil
will viil cure under these conditions but on onth onthe onthe
th the other hand if the lungs uugs are not hard hardhit hmlhit hamdhilt
hit the patient should take Dr August AugustKoenigs AugustJoenigI Auguatcoenlgs
Koenigs Hamburg IIambur Breast Tea a cup full fullvvery fullvery fullcerr
vvery very night on going gOlD to bed have it lint lintdrink hotdrink lintdrink
drink slowly then every other night rub rubthe rubthe rubtime
the throat and ton top portion of the lungs lungswith lungswith lungswith
with St Jacobs Oil cover with oil silk let letit letIt letit
it remain an hour then remove Hat good goodplain goodplain goodplain
plain nourishing food live in the theopen theopen theopen
open open air a much us possible By nil mean meniuiflccp meansleep meansPled
sleep Pled as near out of doors as possible that thatie thatis timatis
ie is windows wide open except in the very very very80C1I0 verysevee
severe weather Take a cold co1 < l sponge bath bathevery bathevery bathevery
every morning then immediately rub the thebody thehotly thebody
body vigorously with a coarse towel Take TakeDr rakeDr fakeDr
Dr August Koenica Hamburg Drops every everyotlii1 eerynlht everyotiii
otlii1 nlht day day according to directions One Onecan Oneelln Onecan
can bay time t11 three remedies for 125 of any anyreliable nnv nnvrehab anyreliable
reliable rehab Ie druggist Begin the treatment at atonce atonce
once and see how much better you will be bealmost benlmost bealmost I
almost within a 1 weeks time timeTwenty timeTwenty timeTwenty
Twenty years cars ago England Engiantlmported Imported Imporled 20
000 horses annually now the number is hJtOOO
3 JtOOO 000 000j
j UrnfiiFM JJnrIlP r nn IIt t ln 1 Oireil Cameiby IIIt11 IIIt11by
1 by > V local 10ealapplleal ioealappiications applications ons as a they cannot c nnot reach tin tindiseased tll tlldIseased thsdiseased
diseased portloivof the ear There Is only on onway nnJ nnJway onsway
way to cure dsafness and that is isy Jly y coastS constitutional COD1t1tutlonal coastStutlonah ¬
tutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an anInflamed nnInaamed anInflamed
Inflamed condition ol tho mucous Jlnlncof Jlnlncofthe IInln unfair ot ottbe ohthe
the Eustachlaii Tube When tbls tube Is In Inflamed Innnmed Snflamed ¬
flamed you have n Irumbllnlsound rumbling sound orlmper orlmperfeet or orimperfeet 1m per perteet
feet hearing and when It Is entirely closed closedDeafness elosellDeafness closedDeafness
Deafness Is the result rcsultand and unless the InQam InQammotion InflllmmAUon Intlumnmation
motion can be taken out and this tube re restored reo reotored restored ¬
stored to Its normal condition bearing hearln will willba willho 17111be
ba destroyed forever Nine coses out of ten tenarucausedbycatArrbwhlchisnotbliigbutnii tenare termRhO
arucausedbycatArrbwhlchisnotbliigbutnii arucausedbycatArrbwhlchisnotbliigbutniiInflamed are RhO caused causedhy by eltIrb catarrbwhicb which ISllotblng but 1111 1111Inllamed miiiinflamed
Inflamed condition of the mucous mucol1slurlnce mucol1slurlnceWI surface surfaceWo surfacele
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any nnycase RnylIIe anycase
case lIIe of Deafness De nt8S caused causel1lJy by catarrh c tarrh that thatcannot thatannot thatcaimnot
cannot bo curol cur by hails Catarrh Cure Clr Clrcularssent Clrculnrsscnt drcularesent
cularssent free F JCIIESET FJCIIEf 11e Co Corolemk Toledo Xolel O OSold OSold 0Soidby
Sold Soidby by Druggists 75 75Halls 711lIalls 7thhalls
Halls Family Illls are the best besttoke bestCoke Jest JestCokl
toke a II byproduct in the manufacture manufactureof
of gas hal Increased twenty per cent in inprice III IIIrite inprta
price rite in five year yearA yearA ear earaOCent
A OOCeut iiOCeutVaendar Calendar For Six Cents CentsIf CenllIf CcliiIf
If you Want van one of the handsomest cal catrndars calIndars calradars
radars you ou ever saw rend 0 cents postage postageto
to the Boston Rubber Shoe Co Calendar CalendarDcrit CaJendarncpt CalendarDept
Dept 9 Murray ILlrra St New York It i is lOx
20 inches printed in a 12 colors and a per perfect mer merfeet ¬
feet beauty There arc lots of calendars calendarssold cJelll calendarssold lIeI lIeIfeet an anold
sold old for forti0 CO O cents nowhere nowhercneara near nearlIl OB pretty prettyThe prettyiime j Ij I
The spilled milk of human kindness U Uthe i ithe istIme
the only o ormI lr kind worth crying over overFITBneriuanentlyoursdNofltsor ver verFITSnersulluentiyourellNo
FITBneriuanentlyoursdNofltsor FlTsnerzuanently oureclNo at CIa or nervfvii nervfviinowafterlrat I Inoasatterfirst 1 1nenafterllrst
nowafterlrat days use aS Dr Drllllll Kllna i d dNotVRestorcr12trlal < u uNerveRestorortatrlalbottlaanJ
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DrlHKuxBJti1OUArnhS 1JrUUhlnJh1311rnl1IIUI DrIt1fltiixc Lt1O1lArnm Iulli itl i iChicago Imcr ICIiIcao
Chicago women ivomcmi mcr have e just jurld discovered scQmejllha scQmejllhade thai thaidew thia thiadew
dew de v baths ba baik hl nr are good for the complexion complexionMrsWtnslows3ootMngSyrupforchlMri eomplexiollMni cormuplexiomi1rsWinslowsSoothIng
MrsWtnslows3ootMngSyrupforchlMri MrsWtnslows3ootMngSyrupforchlMriUetlilugcoftouthaguinft Mni WlnslowSootblng Syrup Byrmmptorcbtlilrn Byrmmptorcbtlilrntsethdimgcuttomztbegumni rorchlltrn rorchlltrntuthJugeottolllhe
tuthJugeottolllhe Uetlilugcoftouthaguinft gum reduce redl1cslnlltln luUiiSi in intlonallays 11 11Uoni1l1a3 attionailays
tlonallays palnoures wind IUlt colte eoltetZk aV l u IIIJJI uA J JIM JIMA I I II
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2200 500 OOVorth worth of feather featherJsjniureFtsoaGureforConsuniptlonsavM leathersJUliure featherslana
JsjniureFtsoaGureforConsuniptlonsavM JsjniureFtsoaGureforConsuniptlonsavMmy JUliure lana snrePtso5 PIsos Cure for Consumption Slife sayel sayelmy I
my life llfethree three years ago agoMmts MBS ItI TIIOUAS HOB HOBBIND 11011nu lIessiN
BIND siN nu Maplo St Norwich N Y YFeb Feb 17 171000 171000A 19W 19WA 1mA
A Viennese stamp collector recently sold talJhi 611 611Iii soldslid
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Commends Peruna to All Catarrh Sufferers
Hon Lewis E Johnson is the ton of the la tate to Reverdy Johnson Johnsonl wLo was United UnitedUnited
States Senator from Marylani also AttorneyGeneral under Preelaent President Johnson aDd
United States Minister to England and who wu 111 regarded as the theltreatest greatest constitu constitutional eonatltutloDAt conititutionai ¬
tional lawyer that ever lived livedIn livedIn livedIn
In a recent letter from from 1000 F Street N W V Hr Ir Johnson says saysNo Iaa IaaNo sayslv
No lv one on should iou < I longer suffer suff front catarrh when wlu Peruna Is aeee accets1bi accets1biTo ccel lb lbTo < M MTo
To tiiy ut Icnoitlcdne it has canted relief to tt 8 91 > many anll of my 1I 1I friends and ae aeqiiaintanceH a aqILalntILuteli aorlitatntances
qiiaintanceH that t1 at it is tii luunan inanity It II to command it Its use toatlperitontt luntl So all perllOl8 suffer BufftnIno suffertnt
tnt Wtt1 t1 fadllltes h 3 dllJorderoftho hluwuuystclUIILelcs Lt JOIIIIIO
Catarrh JToUoni JToUoniCatarrh 1oIoasCatarrh IollonlCatarrh
Catarrh is capable of changing all the tho
lifegiving secretions of the body into IntosCDlding intoscalding
scalding fluids which destroy and Inflame Inflameevery inflameovery inflameevery
every part they come in contact with Ap Applications App1ications Applicatione ¬
plications to the places affected by catarrh catarrhcan catarrhcan catarrbcan
can do little good save to soothe or quiet
disagreeable symptoms Hence it is I that thatgargles thatgrglea tmatgwgie
gargles sprays atomizers and inhalants inhalantsonly inlaalantaonly inhalantonly
only serve as temporary relief rei f So long as asthe althe asthe
the irritating secretions of catarrh con continue continue continue ¬
tinue to be formed so long will the mem ¬
branes continue to be inflamed iUllnm d no matter matterwhat matterwhat matterwhat
what treatment is used usedThere usedlhere usedThere
There is but one remedy that has the de deEvery deEvery deEvery
Every conquered difficulty puts a new newtool newtool newtool
tool into the workers hands His Hispowers Hispowers Emspowers
powers grow and thrive in the process processMany processllany processMany
Many persons look with envy upon uponmen uponmen uponmen
men who seem to accomplish with ease easewhatever easewhatever easewhatever
whatever comes to them Usually
however if their past lives could be un unfolded unfolded anfolded ¬
folded there would be a full record of oflabor 01labor oflabor
labor perseverance perseverance energy and pa paHence paIlence patienee >
Hence that had dealt with one difficult difficultafter difficultalter diffictmitafter
after another until each was van vanquished vanIluished vaniuishmed ¬
quished IluishedHappiness I IHappiness i iHappiness
Happiness falls to our share in sepa separate separate ¬
rate detached bits and those of us who whoarc vhmoare
arc wise content ourselves with those thosebroken thosebroken I
broken fragments I I
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The Standard Rheumatic Remedy RemedyCT RemedySTANDARD
CT STANDARD S AND AD ft because able physicians phy icians declare that hal it is the only absolute absoluteIH abllutecure absolute1kiLL1UkilU
IH > JllliIIi 1kiLL1UkilU ll cure for f r rheumatism in its ltsvatious various various forms A prominent prominenti prommentphyslclan prominentphyskian
i physician recently laid II I have never been able to write a aprescription arrescripll aprescription
prescription rrescripll n that will cure rheumatism owing oIing to the fact that the usual reme remedies remedies
I dies do incalculable harm to the digestive digel re organs RIIEUMACIDE com comi comI1lelel1 conmpietely
i pletety overcomes this difficultybenefits difficulty benefits rather than injures the organs of ofdigestion ofdigesl ofdigestionhence
digestion digesl digestionhence onhcnce hence it it ciri cm be taken tak n for an indefinite period or as long as need needbe needI needbe
be to effect a permanent cure cureThe cureTfol curelye
The Doctor quoted covers t S the use txtctly flAcII KhtumtMt II li s ab absetulely te lttltly lult termless l1Ll11llIusWIIJCtlftT1 termlessAll FmvmtessAll
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This remedy strikes at once to the therootf therootfcatarrh zootf zootfeatarrh roots f fcatarrh
catarrh by restoring llst rini to the capillary vet vesel vetaela v5 v5eels >
eels el their healthy elasticity 1eruna unot unota
a temporary palliative but a radical dical cure
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