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GKAXD RAPIDS UEE-MJ. MONDAY MOHXIXG, OCTOBER 31. i&js.
WOKI) OF THE LOHDj Dr. Talma Points to the Bird j as a Lesson for Man. HOW THE PROPHETS STUDIED Mas Mu;c a T&ey Fly Tby Km Tau T.m, Tby F!y in Sa- lia.LY!, fV-t. SO. Th Cutter of IriLt rilurtl !riu which evtry vsiu-l Ujwi frui th tft iu th diiirt aruu-x-i ti. T.i-rria.:l ft-mi.a.iel lL tn a.t L wlw tuu-rtrtl it dra tt.U iu4T.iji tb-it w inter i-i ui I hiii. j Ir. Taljiii-, with hU nu il t.n.t, tariit-.t lu uur ci-u tu account iu h:a vrmuii, uhiv'ii oa tcit, JrftraiAh viii, 7, TLj -r k ia 1L1 h.kv-n kru-?th h.r a; ;-.UiU-4 tiuica, an I the tart.-, aai tho t rJie, an. I ti. swallow ohn-r'e the tiie of th-ir comiu,;; but tiiy jwilo kouw i't tho ju.ljurixt of lb Lrl." Wht-a (it WuQiJ s C ft a braatiful thought, ho -ukSt-i it L'l trr. Wl.rU , h w'uM ;.-ut it aiLrtt, he f.fcMwu is ; Luto fish. When hrt wu! 1 huv it ! f!i.te the air, luol-L it iu'.o a Lirt. j 3Iru.it uj-mk -i tf four tilth of b-.kULi- ful itstiiict fLo atrk, cf such itrci j at?-fti..-n tht it u aliowtnl f.timli irlv to coiue, ia ILiLtcol nt t.iriu;iiiy, and tiUill ita neat uvT thu tl-.a-rwi-ty; U.a I iwtC lLjitUiUrl turt'-lov-, min- j Klui ia cul-r whi' and th k and j bmvn and i-hm aud chestnut; thi crane, vuh voice liko tho chin. of & truuj;-f !; thi awi-allow, wift a thirt tshut tit .f the tow cf hcuvt-n, filling, iaL.an:iii.c, okiiiiinin, Kiilui tur tiriL r.artni by th jrijht twrnty-dve cvii-turie-j a'o, yt ijiu on thn-ah the wi:: rou-iu truth nndt-r -y wiii.-f and in lht olouh of tout claw. I suj-ja it may hare bt-u thU v-ry tMiuMa of th y-ar aatrxmn and the j.ruj-hf-t nut cf dir?, thiiikia. of the imjf r-jteiice of th le of hid lay, huri Kr-it ory ovt-rhc:d. N'uw you lttuw it i- notary tbin fur oikwith tr!ir.ary delicacy of yw-iht tol'k inta the dtep tlati of th noon day hraven; but th prcj ht Uja up, and ther art tlvk.- of ttorki aud tartle dov?a and cr uirt and swalluwu drawn out ia k n? lins for llight southward. A is th'.ir habit, the cra:u-s hail ar ranged iheni?tlvta into two liatv mak ing axi u-iilo, a wtd'e ?;.littiug the air with wild Triucity. the old cram, wita trwnatiliu call, bid'lin them onward, vhile the towTi, and the citirn, ant the cont'.rit-Jit I:d undrr them. The prophot, aliiiust blindtl from lucking into the tLuihrg hf aren.-t, sbvp down and bo giru to think how much superior the tirdi aro in sagacity about their safety than men aUut theirs, and ho pub hu hand noa the pea and betnas to write, Tte stork la the heaven knoweth her appoint d tin.a. and the turtle, and the eran, and th swallow otserTe tJietiuie ,f their corning; but my people know Lot th jadrner.t of the Lord." THE LDKlS StARCIIINa ORDERS. If yen were in th eld today, in th lt:mp cf tre s at th? corner of the field yovi would a convention of bird-?, tny m the American congTesi the lat niUt befor a!jounitnerit, or iw the ntfiiih paxliam'Tit when me nnfor tun t member pnpeHns more ecunomr in the qnen'i household a convention cf MnLj all talking at once, moving anl pain resolutions on the eubject of iairatiou; some pruprin to go to morrow, nmo moving that they to day, noine moving that they o to Ilnw 11I. :omrt to Florida, sfiitw to the table land of Mexico, bnt all un ininitm. in the t-u-X that tliey uiust jro .xn, f r they hae inarching onlers from the Lorl, written on the tirt lnte shret if the fr:t and ia tho lictorial of the cu an,;in leaves. Th re U Dot a Kited kin,; Sher, or a chailir.cii, or a tre crested wren, or a plover, or a rl led partridge but x; cti to p nd the wiuterat themth, f.-r th- apartrarnt have already leea cr !'T' d f r ti'.em in Smth. America or i i Afr ca. and aft r thoiatds of raiI- t f ' Lt th-y will ftrp in th very tre wh-r- th 7 nt lat January. Far-w-4Tt, bright pIuruMj:"! Until prinj w-ithr. avy! Fly on. erat band of heavenly iiin.-:c:tn"! Srrew the ronti-r,nt- wifh mn-io. and whether fr"Tii r r'f ru ht ' l. or Can ltna nwamp, or j'r i?ti' ir iirivr n n se your vin- or h-ar "Of v c-, may they U think tnru !, th' M-Iniiri wVn of th text, "T 1.' H r 511 ti e h iv n knowt-th her a..j. !ni-'d !im, and th turtle, as 1 the crne. t.d the w.i How i-rv th t!in ,.f t):.-ir TiUfir: b'it ny p-'ople know 11. t ti j-;-Un; nt .f the U.rd." I t.r . . , s. f.r ;w f.l ir.ay help me. tin ti --n r. carryiPit out lh- ide of te it. to .i- v t;..t ti.e bird of the air have iucr Miacity than men. And I l"'Mi .v p.irtn uUruiu and sating t' it f W.'T pi!!;'.rt tnu-ic with th-ir w.-.rk. 1-v,., V: rt ri'.n-i nrh-Tekin .f a lord' .. -4 v!vm vl tr-vM from the Hu l .!.' ?i An.a iu froTn t)ie "V: -im-w to th' N - N f -tr! '. teil u that they rr,v., fhrr,. ilnu snid wery and plant-,- r.i:1'd. and yt they d nnx 1 tv, the rnrd. t!.e l.-tr ( f .-.,. th T. lh- r.pV"r Sl'l'V' tf.e r,..,j ; t'i-v . the t,'t atterl t: ;,- f KTr r'" ii; i to r 'v.r; vA h--lps en with ) f ur ..v . T Uil ': -T a h"U nd i:i!h hio f k'-.'i-L W ul 1 to r A hl w r w.v tWey in niiiiiirif t"h-wfi.i.n p. f ?'i our y"tj ' kt w r 4 ' I h ! hr ,4 nch a thi-rf ki-'U the pite'n 4,f 1 irt-t i ! d.'v o. n i: t'-.e i- rui'M Td k 1 " r I !h p' w-r:- t ' ' tH" I ille-it. !--aviet. Oi -t d tt-' - i w-iT f .-ir life and et -,t f f?,a tnnrt of "Aiitj.h" or ' Mor.rt It I A -i -uu wln T-n h1!!" a PPRICFS (ft TV rnly I "are Crri rf Trf r-wr. . , ti.,w,,., , t-,, ,lfTn. Used iu Uliious of Huiucs 40 Vcar3 tlic SuatUrJl worsnian wnatie. it u a oetter eia wicn yua hejir him Luia a rouiiicly. It i- a still better ei'a when yuu hear him hixi te wor h -f i;a.; N t: or Charles Weley. A vi.iia cLrdrd itria, if trf-u.ett.it jr acvideutally strike it, make. iauic. olid I upi- e there ia euoh a thm & hivi.'jjr Mir herw at tuuel by i:vin rae that even the rough col!iiji f li u.k a hVellly Vlbrtioii. I do Dot bcLeV that the power cf Christian mmf had yet tee.u fully tnet. I believe that if yoacoaid roll the ' Old Iluudre-fduaol-oy thr"Uih Will street it would put an end to auy ri;i.'ici! disturbance! 1 be lieve tiiat tl-e di-c';rd-!, aud the a rrows, ud tne cf the worl 1 are t be swept out by heaVeU tTU hallelujaha. S'Hie one itaked Hadu, the celebrated Inu-ociaQ, vhy he always cotupoBedrach i-h'-rfal mu-io. "Why," he eaid, "1 can't do otherwise. W'n-n 1 think of tJ.-d my soul w sm full t-f joy that the n-.tes ! and dance fr-m my pen.' I Ht.-h w Uiiiit all eXUit Uielodiou.'dy If- f re the Lrd. With tii for our Fa ther, ai.d . hriat for our Saviour, and heaven for our h-Uie, aud aneU for fu ture com paniou. and eternity for a life time, we ehould strike all the notes of jy. Ooin through the wildemeivs of th;a uorld let ua remember that we are on the way to the summery clime of heaven, and from the migratory jn-pula-tion through the autumnal air b-aru always to keep fcininr. ( Lilrt u of the bevea'y kin. As i Juurnc) , wtetijf iu ti:i4 your S-tv!our worthy praise Cilurioua ia tils work iul Ye &r traveling Lcmts to (ht In 1 ho way your fjUUer troJ; '1 Ucy rc Li yy uow, ud v tticir L; i-luc see. The church of God never will bo a triumphant church until it becomes a kinin church. I ko further and remark that the birds of the air are wi.er than we in the fact that ia their migration they fly very hih. Duriu the summer, when they are in the fields, they often come within reach of the Rim. but when they btart for tho annual tli'ht southward Uiey tuke their places midheaven and po Btrahfht as an arrow to the mark. The longest ride that wad ever brought to hhi'ulder cannot reach thra. Would to liod tliat wo were as wise as the stork and crane in our flight heavenward! We fly o low that we are within easy ranire of the world, the flebh and tho deviL We are brought down by temp tations that ought not to come within a mile of reaching us. Oh, for fome of the faith of George Muiler, of r.ngland, and Alfrd Cook man, once of tho church militant, now of the church triumphant! bo poor is the type, of piety in the church of God now that men actually caricature the idea that there is any each thing as a higher life. Moles never did believe in eagles. But, my brethren, because we have not reached these heights ouradves, shall we deride the fact that there are any such heights? A man was once talking to Brunei, the famous engineer, about the length of the railroad from London to Bris.oL The engineer said: "It is not very great. We ehall have after awhile a steamer running from England to New York." They laughed him to scorn; but we have gone so far now that we have ceased to laugh at anything as impossible for hu man achievement. Then, I ask, is any thing impossible for the Lord? I do not ldieve that God exhausted all his grace ia Paul and Latimer and Edward Pay nn. I telieve there are higher points of Christian attainment to be, reached in the future ages of the Christian world. kKKP AIlOVE THE ATM SI'IIERE OF MX. You tell me that Paul went up to tho tiptop of the Alps of Christian attain ment. Then I tell you that the ttork and crane have found above the Alps plenty of room for free flying. We go out and we conquer onr temptations by the grace of it-A and lie down. On the morrow thoe temptations rally them selves and attack us, and by the graceof God we defeat them again, but staying ail the time in the old encampment we have the name old battles to tight over. Why not whip ont our temptations and th-n forwsrd march, making one raid through the en? iny'3 country, stopping not until we break ranks after the huvt victory? I, my brethren, let ns have yome nvelty of comltat at any rate, by chang ing, by going on, by making advance ment, trading off our sdale prayers al-nt ions we ought to have quit long ago, going on toward a higher tate of Chris tian char i' for and routing out sins that we have never thought of yet. The f.act is, if the church of (i.l,if we. as indi viduals, made rapid advancement in the Christian life, thew vtereotypod prayer we have U-n making for ten or fifteen )e.r-t wouid It a- inappropriate to us a the not-., and the h its, aud the coats w wore tenor fifteen years ago. Uh, f v r a high r flight in the Christian lif- th nfork wind the crane in their uiigra- ti iu teachu.g us the Ieon Wr nt. r.d phll w vet live At lit' i r 1 vinit t.! (Hr t'irt. m oM to ttv An'! tUoii to ii k grMil? Agiu, I remark that the bints of the ; air ar w,r tiian we, lcane they 1 know when to tart. If you honid g. oiit ti-w and hout. ''Stop, storks an-i cr tiu. d- n't N in a hurry r they w uld tv; "N . we cannot stop. La-t night we hear 1 t roarirg in th wo. -I l,i.I. :. iling us asy, and ti e shrill fl'ste r f the : north wind ha nun.l.l the re'rst. V Trtut gr . We tnnt pro." So th-y ir-tier themselves into cmpni"". an 1 t inor.g rot ai de fi r storm or tu"nr,t tin . .. . r , k of nu-'-. try, ovf r tan I and . r iuht ss an arr-w to the rurk. And if y n cc-m cut this mrn'r. w:t;i s f f Tfi and thrw it ia the f- I N .10! try to -t th-ta to so p,tl,y t tr up tl'-y w-.'ftld hardly See it. T ;ev .r n tre;r wsy uth. Yen ion Id l t p t!'Ui. t h. that w- wr 4 . 'tt t t he I - f ? n e t.-. at rt f r tr-d sn.d I v i ! W ,- . " o.t ur.Ml Powder: it u a mue ia'er ia me sa'D or mercy. Walt until jx-me of theer. greru leave cf h'-e ate ail dried up and have Ken Mttcred. Wdit unil next year." And after aw hile we ttart, aa i it is t la'e, a.i 1 we penh in tho waywLcu G-d wrskth is kindleil but a little. al oy Ttiotth. wuo U.Nok-a Too UiSC. There are, yo-i kuow, exceptional a-ts where lird- have started too lte, and in th morning you hae found them tleik-i on the tuow. And there are tho who have fruhed half way be tweea the voxrli and Christ. They -Aahed until the lst icknets, when the iii.n l vn - g'.ne, or they w ere on the ex prea tiiin gofiig at forty miles an hour, and they came to the bridge, and the -draw waa up, and they weut down. 11 ow ha.g to re; nt and pray? Two seconds! Two seconds! To ilo the work of a hfetiine and to prepare for the vu;t etermty in two s-rcoud.-d I was reading of an entertainment fciveu in a king's court, arid there wr musicians there with elaborate pirsvsof inndc. After awhile Mozart caiae and beg.n to play, and he had a blank piece of paj-er I fore him, aud the king famil iarly looked over hi shoulder and haid: "What are you playing? I t-e no music Kfore you." And Mozart put his haul on his brow, as much as to hay, "I am improvising." It was very well fur him, but, oh, my friends, we cannot extem porize heaven! If we do not get pre pared in this world we will never take Iart in the orchestral harmonies of the aved. Oh, that we were as wise as the crane and the stork, flying away, flying away from the tempeatl isome of you have felt the pinching frost of sin. Yuu feel it today. You are not happy. I look into your faces and I know yon are not happy. There are voices within your soul that will not be pih need, telling you that you are sin ners and that without the pardon of God you are undone forever. What are you going to do, my friends, with the ac cumulated transgressions of this life time? Will you btand btill and let the avalanche tumble over you? Oh, that you would go away into the warm heart of God's mercy! The southern grove, redolent with magnolia and cactus, never waited for northern flocks as G oil has waited for you, saying: 'I have loved thee with an everlasting love? Come unto me, all ye who are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you rest." SOUKOW WARN9 US TO 1'IUEPARE. Another frost is bidding you away it is the f rot of sorrow. Where do you live now? "Oh," you pay, "I have moved. Why did you move? You bay. I don't want as large a honse now as formerly." Why do you not want as large a house? You say, "My family is not so large." Where have they gone? "To eternity." Your mind goes back through that last sickness, and through the almost supernatural effort to save life, aud through those prayers that seemed unavailing, and through that kiss which received no response because the lips were lifeless, and I hear the bells tolling and I hear the hearts breaking while I ppeak I hear them break. A heart! Another heart! Alone, alone, alone! This world, which in your girlhood and boyhood was sunshine, is cold now, and, oh, weary dove, you fly around this world as though you would like to stay, when the wind, and tho frost, and the blackening clouds would bid you away iuto the heart of an all comforting God! Oh, I have noticed again and again what a botch this world makes of it when it tries to comfort a fouI in trouble! It says, "Don't cry!" How can we help crying when the heart's treasures are scattered, and fa ther is gone, and mother is gone, and companions are gone, and the child is gone, and everything seems g ne? It is no comfort to tell a man not to cry. The world comes up and Pays, "( h, it is only the body of your loved one that you have put in the ground!"' But there is no comfort in that. That bdy is precious. Shall we never put our hand in that hand again, and t-hall we never see that pweet face again? Away with your heartlsness,oli, world! But come, Jesus! and tell us that when the tears fall they fall into God's bottle; that the dear bt-dks of our loved ones thall rise radiant in the resurrection, and all the breakings down here shall be lifted up there, and "they shall hunger no more, neither thirst no more, neither shall the sun light on them, nor any heat, for the Lamb w hich is in the midst of tho throne shall lead them to living fountains of water, and (tod shall wipe all tears from their eyes." You may have noticed that when the ohafhnch, or the stork, or the crane starts on its migration it calls all thoe of its kind to come too. The tree tops are full of chirp and whistle and carol and the 1 long roll call. The bird does not start I off alon. It gathers all of its kind. Oh, : that you might be as whe in this rnigra 1 tion to heaven, and that you might : gather all yonr families and your friends with you! I would that Hannah might tak .s.tniud by the hand, and Abraham muht tako I.aac, and llagir might take Miiniid. Start for heaven yourself, and take your children with you. Come tho?j and allthyhon.se into the rk. Tell yonr Uttle ones that there are realms of balm and sweetness f, .r all thoM who fly in tlie right din-cti -n. Swifter than eagle's stroke put. cut for heaven. Li'e the rane or the tf rk. st. p not mgnt nor day untd you find the riht place f r stopping. T"1T t ' SUvie'ir rsltn. Oh. t-r, ko.f.,l Why .T.T T ITi? TV X ' t. t.j. ! 1 Oh. r' ' Tak That Must l? Don. -O , r ;:, .li4nfl.( ,1 p,,rfo t t - k Ol t ' o. f - tv i. n 1 ; t .-.o, r. f o t- n 1-"t ir-' rvh ,:' ! r ti - r-t t r. ' j t 1 !.-! -g f t s . (-..--, . i' w.rv tf .- r. .. , v V," - f-. - h T t o y p .. -(' ,. M 1 .t - t ei r.i f - ? I - t - ' O'H i'.. 1 -f t ' . ' Vl" 1-11 a-. 1- t- ' I ' 1(1 - ! 1 1 S t O T ' I o r It to, r i ' ,i IllTijM .f.ttO IMr Vr f- rfl f'.t'ff!) ..t; MUOV. :.t t O Wo t It. A - V h- ' "'dv rv wny ii r-.i-r t t-t d i of t r i.rs firti'P'- '' f v 'a- I'N, I ,) . 'H it . '' V'O lini-.!. t.st: fr ante , Proved to tfcd IteaU Ttted and woved by over thirty yeari' use iu all parts of the world, Ailcock'e I'orou 1'iaelers have tue m Uoreement ol the h:gnel meUiCal aud ilin.:.al author. ties and imihous of ,;riUtt.;l pi:ei:'i wfco hv ben curvd of d 8trrr.n ahnituts voiuutarhy tte i.fy to their mm. Alicock's Porous PIters are purely vtciahle. They ate mild but 2ertie, 6uic) l.J quick iu their acUou, aud ab ac lately haruile. brftsre of nu tations, and do not be dtctied ly nucrepreeeutaton. Ask for Ahcock't, and let no to!icilatao or eap a;.tluu induce yoU 10 accept a saUlUUte. Adulterated Wine Is injurious, tut nutlong gives strength tike a jure oJJ port ;ne. lloyal lluby Poll" so called for its royal itfte aud ruby color, is particuUiiy adapted t or ; 11 v ti i ul s, con v ir ce n t and the ajjed. Sold only in puart Untie, tor 01. e dollar, whde tin ap wme :s sold by the gallon and Kives a larger protil 10 the seller but les to the uiVr. Tins w.ne is absolutely pure and ha the aie without which no win is tit to use. lie sure you get Koyal Kuby; II, in ouatt ( otlles, pints 00 cents. Sold by White A White, ThuiU Bros., Schmidt heading hrugtts. Mothers aud Daughters. Over twelve yeare I was atll.cted with a very serious lemale difficulty aud for the last sixteen months was under treatment of three ot the very best physicians that money could employ. t'nder their skillful treatment I grad ually grew worse, until they decided they could render nie no permanent htlp. One of mv friends pertuaded me to try a bottle of Pullani'a Great (ierman I'terine Tonic, and after taking three tallies. 1 can say I am in better health than 1 have been for twenty year?, and am now CO years old, but feel as young as at 30. June 1', l.vjo. Mi;s. S. E. Carpenter, Lapeer, Mich. For sale at D. C. Scnbner's drug store, Jo. 73 Monroe street. Thk Ii:sr 1i,astkk. Dampen a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain balm and bind it on over the seat of pain. It is letter than any plaster. When the lungs are sore such an appli cation on the chest and another on the back, between the shoulder blades, will often prevent pneumonia. There is nothing so good for a lame back or a pain in the side. A sore throat can nearly always be cured in one night by applying a flannel bandage dampened with Pain Balm. W) cent bottles for Bile by F.J. Wurzburg, druggist, 58 Monroe street. Don't Get Imposed Upon. Is a good motto to follow in buying a medicine as well as 111 everything else. by the universal satisfaction it has iven and by the many remarkable cures it has accomplished. Dullam's dreal derman Islood, Liver, Stomach and Kidney Cure has proven itself un equalled for building up and cleansing your system and for all diseases arising from impure blood. Do not experi ment with an unheard of or untried article which you are told is as good, but be sure and get Dullam's. All druggists keep it. For sale atD. C. Scribner's drug store, iSo. oJ Monroe street. Very Much Surprised. I have teen afflscted with neuralgia for nearly two years, have tried physi ciansand all known remedies, but found no permanent relief until I tried a bot tle of Dullam's Great German Lini ment and it gave me instant and per manent relief. 26 cents per oottle. Signed, A. ii. Sielx. Hamilton, Mich., April 11, lSirt. For tale at I). C. Scribner's drug store. I was troubled with a severe coll and cough and on the recommendation of Messrs. Wegman t"ii Wire, druggi?ts of this place, I purchased a buttle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and m two days was completely cured. I most sincerely recommend this valua ble Remedy to any of my friends who are sufl'ering with a cold. C. I. Hock ett, a?eitant cashier Clinton county National bank, Wilmington, Ohio. oO cent bottles sold ly F. J, Wurzburg, druggist. 68 Monroe street. Clipped from Canada "Presbyte rian," under signature of C. Rlackett Rohin-on, proprietor: I was cured of oft-recurring billi -us headaches by P.urdock Rlood Ihtters. Cure for Croup Use Dr. Thomas' Klectnc Oil according to directions, it is the best remedy for all sudden at tack of colds, pain and inflammation, and injuries Dr. Wood's Norway Pine .Syrup was ued for years as a prescription by a successful physician. It is in all re spects the best cough medicine made today. Sold by all dealers on a guar antee of satslaction. Indigestion? Miserable! Take Teech--tus PilN. The greatest worm destroy r on earth is Dullam's Creat (Jem. an Worm Loz enges, ot'ly il5 cents per boi. For tale at D. C. Norihner'a dm itore. i'.uy PuHam' Gieat erioan 15 cent Liver IMI forty in each package, at scnbner's. buy Dullam's Orrat German 15 cent Liver Pills, forty m each package, at Scnbner's. I'.uy Dul!ain Great German 15 cent l iver 1M1, forty in each package, at Scnbner's. buy Dullam's Great German 25 cent Cough C ure at D. C Scnbner's. Huy Dui!aui Great German 25 Cent (ruRh Cure at D. C. Scnbner's. buy Puliam'a Great German 25 cent Cough Cure at D. C. Nt brier's. peckbanr Croup iiemedy cures hooping co if h. fi Owf Flftj t'tr Vim, Vn'i.'i's F, tf . -Tt r rin tn r rtodrn tMl.tr. It 'ttt tl r'M tttn tt gun t. aunt ailio. e.r wtl itU.ni it tr-.o lt rn.if ti aiiiwa AT , t rr fy.i SO wtJ I r r f L e e T " " iiMMiic:Mfi(i s i r f t t ft f -f i f j. , X . . , LAKE'S rlZDICIFIE UtvyPLEIASMlfT us- When in the course of human events it becomes necrssary to recom nicnJ some braiii cf Snicking Tobacco, we uaheiiiitingly pronounce Blackweli's Bull Durham Smoking: Tobacco to be the test in the world. Many times irniuL-J, but never equalled. Get the genuine. Made only by Blackweli's Durham Tobacco Co., Durham. N. C and your N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. CHICAGO. Whiles Heart CURE. DISEASE I".,:','. form. Palnttatloa. Iq Mlde, SboulJr .id Aria. Mhort llrralh, 0prrlon. .tilhna, ItwollcM Ankle. VVeitk. and kmolhrrlag Npll, lropiT. Wind In Munm-h. fir., are cure.1 lf DR. MILES' NEW HEART CURE. A uetr dlcoTry by the tuinont Indiana fieptal-t-t. A. K. I) vis. HlYr rwk, NVh.alter takiiiif four bottles t 11 HA. It T Cl'KE lolt bvlUT thnn he had for twelvs yrnrs. "I'r-r thirty years trul)lMl with llonrt luiw"; two buttles of DR. MILES' HEART CORE cured nie.-Levi KBn. Buchanan, Mlob." K. It. Miitn, Wbts Hatiori, t.a. hut Uik.-n DR. MILES' HEART CURE for Heart tnmble with jtreat n ult Mrs. ljBar. h'lt hliurK.'MU h.. wan ill for 15 yi-m with llf.-irt IiM'iue, bad t hire lu-ui-a htlp. 1itm n liamd f xKi; u-d Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and II pains left her; constant ni mred hrr. Kino tlliisirfiied book FKKE at drumriis. cr dlrem Dr.Milos Modical Co.,Elkhart,lnd. Rot) Sucb COKDEMSEQ Heat Makes an every-day conrenlence of an olJ-time luxury. Pur? anJ wholf5crre. Prepared with scrupvlous care. Hil.t iwj: J at all Pure Food Expositions, tach package makes two large pirs. Avoid initations and insnt on havtig tht NONE SUCH brand. MF.PRH ' ' -"tT" ie N.Y. gTA'DAKD FAbHION CO.'H PATTERNS. ALSO Stamsed Goods and Stamping IJ. M. 1IAIIIIM. A : ri-ttrns CorereV Tf'enrcn. 317. 525527 S. D v'i xn-it Jacob Meyers U fifiT -r- t t ? LAKE KOAD LIVERY! AT 251 LAKE AVE., hi t, e or i . r ! l t.i - :-t A't.-v fit 5.4'. !M-".n, C-'i. B . r ; v f - . ' f r f ;i r 1 i 1 A. .1. SII KI.LM AN, t f 1 ; n c ci cm V . - - $ 1 - '' -.. . " 1 -. .! . -. m. it.-r-i-kt r-- ' t -rt !!? TV. f f 'V't ' ' ' I t " f .ir .f t ! (v 1 fc '- ... 81 r ' A .5 DURHAM ? MYh CAKE F SOAH thaqk rne for calling' atterjtior) io il." MANUFACTURED ONLY BY EXPORT BEER of the Voigt Brewery Co., Detroit. Pure Sparkling Palatable Nutr'tious Refreshiig Ask for it and insist upon having it Hotels Bars Boarding Houses Drug SVes ar.d Restaurants Havi !t Martin Federleln, Acf nt. Grand Rt'tds. WANTED! 6.COO MEM X TO USE EUXIR Of YOUTH. S3 UFE WORTH LIV!?fC ? It 1 not If yon ar rot In po.-rwon cfth full in unie ior tnjnyirj it, e .ner ton- vui.lioatruoanl t runty rmedv. tJ.e ElfVlit J r J J J I n . in. - 11.- 1 . - .-.-.i matorihra. of rnw-r, Mflit Fn.i-aicn. and a'l M-iinaJ akii(i f t riature, rl- Insr frmii di,a'e. c er-indulreno or i.ho of any kind. It Te l pedy and trinaDnl ruren In yonnic .r old of eitt r i. rrmwi trenirtti anil rr-tre lh9 Vigor of jvutti. ii.aaln( lue worth living. 1 .00 PER fcOTTLE. 6 BOTTLES. 15. Mi.i) our THE GERMAN HOSPITAL REM0Y CO, CRANO RAPIDS, MICH. Tor in irn1 F.aj i1 t j Wt.ste k V hUr ' Monro" tli. 1 ; R. A. Mt:i"'tn, Jk VI er I'rlde ir- t ; H N-ii'c'i'i'r A . GRANE & DEMIHGS BROS CHIMNEY SWEEPS Arfl Sta-k rait tr ti 1 ari5 Kaj A, V r Ii. DRUF3REESKESS Or .ls.r Mt f-H mrr ltf . p--j ! f r ; ?'.c t " rt t r i .a. v l-ii pwifv 1 "nti-yC:".! r.;ar3 f (- S.'.' .n,-J J j'.'i gill 4 1.LUAL Al)Vi:nTISlNO u lL r.ioft t( the .Ik ...1 . U Kt"' i ." ; in i -i hki it.:: Io..U.r n . i l ;. c j t .r.-.d Kki...ix c m-i r' a trii.su: .j,P i .i , l r i;i: a. i-'u vl!lei.l . tt .1 l.n li. i i.; lr ! tt .tli 1 Um 4,1 Ibr uplift d . l Wt tt iliC I C. J I 1 .-1.1.5 i IMV1V I It:-"-rl: e.t-U.fis t l Ut .! ,.i IL. ici..l.d ''1 urfCaV . lv..i.: 1 irl t.rt j r. c &, i- t N i, K Nui U ! 1-'U llr l. . i, c ,114. 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