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It was Mabel's first appearance at church' and she was rather fidgety. First she wanted one thing, then an other. Finally she decided that she must have a pin, so she asked fop one from her father. He had none. Then she tried her mother; but her mother, too, had none. Mabel's long ing had been increased with her ill success, so she climbed upon the pew and shouted at the top of her small Toice: "Has anyone in dis trowd dot a pin?" LIppincott's. FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervous ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great NerveRestorer, $2trial bottle and treatise f ro Dr. R. H. KLiyg.Ltd., 31ArchSt.,Phila.,Pa. English cotton workers are rushing to Canada. Piso's Cure oannot be too highly spoken of aj a cough cure. J. W. O'Bbien, 322 Third Avenue, N.t Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1900. The penguin's wings are useful only un der water. Wild Excitement in a Mountain City. Last Monday at a very early hour our attention was called by hearing the cry of monkey! monkey! Look ing out on the streets we saw a strange looking object grinding out music, we all rushed to the spot men, women and children and its reported that the editor and typesetter were among the crowd that saw the monkey street performence. Two monkeys and three Italians composed the hole out fit, but we laughed to our satis faction. Hyden Thousandsticks. COULDN'T LIFT TEN POUNDS. Doan'n Kidney Pills Brought Strength and .Health to the Sufferer, Making Hiin Feel Twenty-Fire Years Younger J. B. Corton, farmer and lum berman, of Dep pe, N. c!, says: "I suffered for years with my back. It was so bad that I could not walk any distance nor ride in an easy buggy. I do not believe I could hae raised ten pounds of weight from the ground, the pain was so severe. This was my con dition when I began using Doan's Kid ney Pills. They quickly relieved me. and now I am never troubled as I was. My back is strong and I can walk or ride a long distance and feel just as strong as I did twenty-five years ago. I think so much of Doan's Kidney Pills that I have given a supply of the remedy to some of ny neighbors, and thpv hnve nlso found good results. If J. B. COBTOW. World' Fair, StlMo. May-November, 1904. Southern 'Raittvciy. Carolina: Season 60-Day 15-Day ; a ...$35.55 $29.60 $24.20 Ashebobo 34 10 28.40 23.30 Dubham 31 40 26.25 Goidsbobo " 2g 4Q gg 30 Gbeen sbobo, "Sii5 28 40 23.30 fDCON ::::: &00 so.85 25.10 . Mt. Air 2MQ 2330 Raleigh 0 RUXHEBFOBDTOK .,85.5., W ' --v.:;:::::::::::::: S7.eS: J1.90 37.10 31.40 "36.25 SSESSS.". . 35.85 29.85 24.40 Southern Bailwy, effect April 26, 1904, inaugurated Thwngh Pullman ... . . .JTCTC-. . Vi..h,-n N a. and St Louis. Mo., TjaSalwbnry, SSJkSa Louisville; leayiog Greeoeboro daily .1 7:20 For Yullinform.tioa a. to rates from all points. Sleeping-Oar reaerTatioM, schedules. illustrated literature, eic., aaaress , E. iaYEBKOft, T. P. A. 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Cleveland Plain Dealer. i LAW OF PROGRESS OUR REGULAR SUNDAY SERMON The Christian Religion Teaches Us to Advance Along all Lines of Fffort Continually. Brooklyn, N. Y. Having been ap pointed Presiding Elder of the New York district of the New York East Conference, he Rev. Dr. John E. Adams, pastor of Grace M. E. Church, preached his closing sermons Sunday. During his pastorate of a little more than two years he has had narked success'. The debt of the church, $20,000, was canceled in January, 1903, the mortgage burned and the church is now free from incumbrance. Sunday morning Dr. Adams preached on "An Advance Or dered." The text was from Exodus xiv: 15: "Speak unto the children of Israel, that they go forward." Dr. Adams said: When this advance was ordered, the Is raelites were encamped on the coast of the Red Sea. Before them was the sea spread out for miles and leagues, and they had neither bridge nor boat, nor pontoon by which to cross it. Behind them was hoot which the foot of & little child could effectually crush. God makes it thus and says to it, "Go forward;" and then the lit tle Tlant. obedient to the Divine com mand, through cloud and sunshine and changing season, soon goes on and out and up, until at last, by means of the law of progress in the form of growth, it has fulfilled the word nf Clnr? an A sinnrla Vo. fore the eyes of men in all the imposing come." Philadelphia Ledger. iauueur ui iia vuwenng ana sona macur THEN HE LEFT. Voa T'm disaDDointed in these shoes." said Borem. "It's queer nowa days how one's things wear out before one knows it." "Yes." replied Miss Patience, sup pressing a yawn, "especially one's wel- TTD OANOKF mi i rrr iA.Jp.FOH YOUNG WOMFv Education of Women. 24 t!Lk' th Hi.v can- ..... -.! ! tiV" "SS"- . " Vl L Send for Catalogue. niu offJ HATTON, A. M..1H. D. VM the army of Pharaoh, with horses and you can sift anything from this ramb- chariots, with trained warriors and skilled lln? note that will be of any service to commanaers, intent on tneir capture or you, or to any one suffering from kid ney trouble you are liberty to do so. A TRIAL FREE Address Foster Milbura Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sal by all. dealers. Trice 50 cts. Mama Wouldn't ilike It. Worn out by a long series of ap palling French exercises, wherein the blunders were as the sands of the sea, a hapless high-school mistress declar ed her intention of Writing to Flor ence's mother. Florence looked her teacher In the face. "Ma would be awfully angry," quoth Florence. "I am afraid she will, but It is my 6-uty to write to her, Florence." "I don't know," said Florence, doubt tally. "You see, mother always does my French for me." The teacher is wondering whether she will write. Stray Stories. destruction. On either side, it would seem, were formidable obstructions mountains, or fortresses, or something that could not be passed for the Israelites saw no way of escape and cried out for fear. In this perilous and apparently hopeless situation the people reproached Moses for the dread ful extremity to which they had been re duced; whereupon that holy man appealed to God for help, and then came, probably in tones of thunder that sounded in the ears of all the people full and clear above the roar of the sea, this strange order: "Wherefore criest thou unto Me? SDeak unto the children of Israel that they go forward." Leaving now the literal narrative, ex cept as we may have occasion to recur to it incidentally, let us attend to the moral meanings and uses of the text. The case before us is exceptional in nothing but the physical tacts; the moral truths and un A Household Remedy 0-oo SCROFULA, lllireS ULCER8, LOOD SALT RHEUM. 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We are the children of Israel ourselves. I can prove it by St. Paul: "If ye be Christ s, then are ye Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise." The Red Sea is before us. Not that Red Sea that washes the sands of Arabia and floats the commerce of the East, but the Red Sea of moral hindrance -a sea that is deeper than the Atlantic Ocean and wider than the Pacific. Phar aoh's army is pursuing us. Not the an tiquated Egyptian division, now extinct, but the infernal brigade itself, still in the field and strictly up to date in every par ticular and these enemies from the neth ermost pit, inspired with inconceivable ha tred and, in the words of Milton, "armed with hell flames and fury," and following us in overwhelming numbers and with un? appeasable fierceness. Such is our situa tion this very hour, and as we stand to-day amid these threatening environments, the captain of our salvation calls to us from heaven, "Go forward," and in obedience to this order lies our duty, our safety and our happiness. Let us approach our subject step by step. God is the author of the universe. lhe universe existed in the Divine Mind as an iaeai oetore it existed in itself as a substance. The ideal was complete and perfect as well as beautiful and good: but pnnm o oiavco ut me actual averse aia filvQ n?fc rlz? Perfect ideal of the Di- nullv P,e Mind. What then? Did God fail? 5 1 1 actlve. energy nrove unequal to He liei. His beneficent intention? TW A Removes all swelling in 8 to so I od gave the universe this imperfect form aaya; eiiecis a jwrmtnent cure au uctti, noi Decause tie COUld not do Other- in3oto 6odays. Trianreatment wise and had to abandon His ideal but be- Soecialltts. Box li Atlanta, at jr wuiougn ine xaw ot progress than w realize u suddenly by all act of crea tive power. Deliberately ar.d of His own volition God made the universe a crude mass of unorganized matter and force; and then, intrusting His sublime work to ifi iS? Pr088 operated by respon sible intelligences, He directed that in due iune an snould be reduced to order, har mony and beauty. This is ''ie story of the ity Take the eagle as another illustration. God's ideal for the eagle is an imperial bird of great size and strength, with amazing keenness of vision and with nin- ions for majestic flight, the mountain crag its castle, and its pleasure ground the sky. Such is the Divine ideal for this noble bird. But the young eaarlet emercres from the shell a feeble little creature, and if you could see it during the first week or two of its existence, and could stroke with your hand its soft yellowish down and look into its pale bluish eyes, its feeble ness would probably excite vour nitv. But tus uw nine x.mng ieeas ana exercises, it Srows and etrengthens7 until at last, un er the operation of this law of progress, it can soar from the nest, launch into the an-, gaze airecwy into tne noonday sun, beat down the storm clouds under its seven foot spread of wings, and sail from continent to continent, through the oceans ot azure a Dove, over the oceans that roll below. But in this discussion we must rise out of life into mind, and then still ascend from the intellectual to the spiritual. We will, therefore, consider man as an illus tration of the truth we are pursuing. God's ideal for man Is a most exalted and sublime being, with mental and moral en dowments of tremendous scope, so im measurably superior in Darts and nowers to all else we know, that it seems the whole creation must culminate in him. God de signed man in His own image, intended him for communion and companionship with Himself, determined to make him His vice-regent here on the earth, and pro posed at last to share the government of the universe with Him . forever. The thought of such dignity is an astonishing and overwhelming conception, but nothing less than this is God's ideal for man, if I read the Scriptures aright. But the distance between incention and completion is greater here than elsewhere,. not only because man is destined to ris higher than other creatures, but also be cause he begins lower. It is a well-known fact that the young of the human species is inferior in strength and activity to the young of many of the lower animals. True. we walk round the cradle of the sleeping infant with soft and reverent step, and this is fitting. Heaven itself looks down on human infancy with reverence. I doubt if it is too strong to say that God stations a quaternion of guardian angels at the four corners of everv little crih in the land. But the reverence with which we regard HER STYLE. "You know her to speak to, then?" Mrs. Rosa Adams, niece of the late General Roger Hanson, C.S.A., wants every? woman to know of the wonders accom plished by Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. Dear Mrs. Pinkhlm : I cannot tell you with pen and ink what good Lydia E. flnkham's vegetable Compound, did for me, suffering from the ills peculiar to the sex extreme lassitude and that all gone feeling. I would rise from my bed in the morning feeling more tired than when I went to bed, but before I used two bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, I began to feel the buoy ancy of my younger days returning, became regular, could do more work and not feel tired than I had ever been able to do before, so I continued to use it until I was restored to perfect health. 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This is the story of minerals, vegetables and animals; of general species ana individuals: of ano-el men. Ihis is the story of matter in all its combinations, of life m all its forms, and oi mma in an its phenomena. This, in brief, so far as we have yet learned, is the tion creation, and ot all propaga Let me illustrate what I mean by the oak. God's ideal for the oak is a majestic tree, kiv fpf in j . J . v. i.;r "ZC . , lcl ttUU ceu Ieet in i ' ulu vupy roots taking deep hold of the rocks and Tnirl,f,r ,v ! j ""o" "J uiauvii iiVAltU rtVJlrtai'j Ul )( ) K utrVioV tir mill I awooni-nrr 4-V, 1 J " . " . . -'a forward, postpaid, on receiot of onlv 2 S.tTk T very giant that can cents in stamps 6 pt ot only 2 wrU.e Wlth the storms and plav with the BOOK PUB. HdUSE ' I h3htnmg- But in its beginning as it r. . 134 Leonard SU N Y. City, j Prouts the acorn, the oak S a tiny The human babv is the absolute extreme of feebleness, helplessness and ignorance. as cannor. acann. tior waiir. nor stan ereeo, It cannot think. . It does not know. It has no true perception, nor anv mental ac tion whatever, apart Itoia what we call instinct. It is utterly without the moral experiences without love, without hate. without hope, without faith. Thouorh be longing to the Kingdom of God, it knows as little of God as Herbert Snencer used to insist he and the rest of mankind knew. It is nothing but a bundle of unconscious organized life, with inherent capabilities not yet manifest. It hasn't ability enough to recognize itself, nor will it ever have memory enough to remember itself at this stage of its being. Were it not for that first miracle of Providence in human life the mother's love it would perish from wie eann on the day of its birth. jjuc wait a little and see. Wait until tne mothers fostering care, and the fath ers disciplinary training, and the inshno. won oi xne schools and the churches, and on iue various appliances ot Christian civ ilization have wrought their vast part in vuuusmuu wjiu.ine universal law ot de yetopment and progress and then observe tut ,VUV Decome tne man. How wonderful and indescribable the result! lhat little child now stands erect and sur veys the high places of the earth. He ciimDs vne heights, and, walking with God ou wie i floras oi the mountains, he sur veys the heavens. He counts the stara and calls them by their names. He knows he is superior to suns and systems. His heart thrills with pulsations that are migauer xnan ocean currents or solar in fluences. He sees. He knows. He un derstands. He reasons. He feels within himself the mighty mastery He calls out to God, and God answers him. The scep tre ia already in his hand, and the crown is in sight that the Son of Man Himself will soon place on his brow. Henceforth he.ia king, and alive forevermore, with a death world and conquer .J is, . tj1 of progress Which is here applied to the church, both collec tively and individually. We are here ao? emnly commanded to rise up and seize our inheritance. iNever before in all the ages was there such a concurrent blast of trum pets from all quarters of the globe calling the church to go forward. . Let the col umns form and the march begin. You -will never have'to love your en emies very long, the process will kill them. "No," answered the drug clerk, "she didn't. She merely looked at me a long time, and then said, 'Well, wouldn't that jar you?' "Indianapolis Sun. IN A TIGHT PLACE. "Landlord raised your renlV "Yes." "Going to move?" "No." "Why not?" "Well, I can't get back at 07 pres ent landlord in that way without giving joy to some other landlord who has also raised the rent." Chicago Post. W. L. 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