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Vvh ♦'fr I At 1 ni»* h* 1* I <n * li H* <r of dr*»«; H# ! <;«* An : »* I»* dog. If. ; th. A/.d *!< l>* like « log — \t bf-nc. Tb# k. I-ke hf'Aft fort i I < h»*r. . t thought fhi B' «hul Fr ist <r\il hri*tj«n Adv^ale tust Hi he father « 5bry. Tic d Id ti ht U, am ihn •ed Pi m able *st pi frngr at, tooth nd 111Ju n bread " said Bier of the I tell ily* n< vill th you, we guve lots of beddltii nd U 11(1 t hr l and comfort nidi* u* log barn 'niMMi m Thi Id 1 are, Is 1 as thl * shouted didn't it f hoi YOU bet * "And a»i into the rm the wind? up there t Ik noisy d to Marsh lib i'd I- fun ...-, pile of I thin draw and "Well EIII') ,, a bowli 1 think k<u| sl«ter ruing plaie», o'clock i! pin' >r hoi milk In Ido th>< "i hink, silly, timt |)*fn you'd Im* 10 lu ip betw hldfikotM under r pile un comfortaldfK? •* fourt pr and you've got 'Pie to the » done n wile washril 1 table or t tonight. " The full!Ih » long. WHU lock! Coll If ol combed ■han't I the dhl ere «r tt ling d evening. n for Mother plciuuint mu V • o «loop , muling ,1 lull« I.v ilia, ,.1 In hah le» WI.S the 'clc-t music In all the " 01 Id, though she mild «Ing a I'atb-r lia.l taken log on I1CI e tune In her life uecdle und III read and was s pair of pun! f. r father had been a tailor In Ills younger day* for one f the hois. Emma. i nnd put away, had with her knitting •locking for herself her dishes sat down a woolen Ü CM i k Bier was «tufting the stove with lilek Of*! W und A heavier blast than an> before lent «gainst the house the eyes of 111. small boj of tl«- group bulged out. 1 Biliously that hi- ked Will It blow tbi house down. papa?" Just then there came a knock nt j door, and an awkward, bashful yautig fellow <h. • • as admitted a ncigh- olconied to tho i liel" and given u ilialr near the fire Turning his back to the «at down astride the chair i hl« arms resting on II» back, alwnjs Intent on hospitality, tried to engage him In conversation, lint sue 1 ceded 111 getting only inonosj llables, till suddenly the boi Imrsi out mighty fine night! rould Imv.- » mighty fine lido, If In- had hor s sou. lie !u- stove, «ent. with Father. "It « A fellow tt!if(Ut> lino Klrluh, uixl a intuhtv iint> 1 The boy a anlok and Emma dropped a fled. but their guest ru*liod on K ot cut itltch, "Our best Wf) Mi»tin'i Bon > dont* It, but wo hnin t I lift Ult'tl it tO vockoned I -r y It. " ' >»h. 1 don't believe Mother «I d It.'' said father souihlnnlj tber always had B#n> i' F;t eld for the haven't told us hi nl" ■ n: "You Jour mother I "Maims pot " Aud vom fa I h ter?" j ; erful done, y '. Isn't I No. y 5 he fccU hrough » 1 (tin lug n lf, he* iec*oied t( to ta? I in I bus uclivcrc.l hlm- 1 ► have nothlr.K more ' ml bettor be ! said I aud book ret k old M.ther Berry fat her. « temper of hi lier« horse« " " How nicht Inside aud the remarked the cldc; m> hei he "She has « m*ne. own. but I don't be Bo!an s sho meddled Uh j seems such a j lilt the lire roaring tnd roaiioR outside,*'j who already at i. '- a «ears of .-re. had gained in , home the ». i-t iut:.-t ol the parson " •Ma h. 1, : * >■ V, uni» ■ \ -I Hikes and 8*>od home thi«, So the two ln»\ s « hi. nut» for future use the droll up, even in;. \ and reUearaed for j \ of their ! r picked j à at v Then ! I way * bad one t\ clitnbid the îadd» up a h « n «1 took—he t ■■«tt In th> » d him In the r. in u that a At !> ' It.) k I b-' » . i .v.;..t V'. atth ««as laid i up the I« , iittb d I A •• of the two beds which gnat mother an extra rj Of r their nd put b< 1,h< and cktd »he feather thought B of w fi fin nd n and look of tin Into »ght, j ln nil the The wind still the d had it 1 creased, Il 011 1 •0 popped with a the grip of the Father came In de Kli a nd kN hl|c mot her looked after some last things they,1 foi the night Thai », lay d< n. but father He heard tho dock did sleep Irking ff the minutes **«. Ilfieen, half an hour Then father spoke. *— hesitatingly they par,Hed If w truck 10 Mother? "Vw, father," she answered drows By I can't •What 1 deep, ** the it ter ? A re you cold?** "No, I'm Mother Bn Berrys am But I rm. can t forget 1 Pirn*, I m afraid the rn Id." They needed It. enough for •••••*»«• J 2 J 2 Î 22222 Ï 2 S** * Thai » - *?•••••••••••••••• Soul Culture. W HAT tho soul 1 * no one evolved out of tho co • can toil; but that there can bo . . our*o of time and ovent» »uch a nfl . , , n tu> lodepondent of the r.*inn«Yt h«» utrtbutod to them h Incipient at the r m> one ran donj which works opened mountain <r rn, s**nso a a revelation of something art and Hiipromo | n manifosf ation, which Hcr.' i» an Intonate din . tic,n of life 1 ne fairy tales mugir unit, h i . r ,he t°uch that verty brought pÄ«'Ä" 1 , V,lM ° r 1,aradla * tton* y fo l r h VhoT°" !d COngl * n th " m ,f or In ' truer than any ped the limbo li j 1 1 * < « L »«a f 1 iff y «rn , entera the gate» through tho cti < um 'aiic* ft to drink of the »trcanis that flow by the thronu of Uod I *— of supers put m \vhnt poweiVam en tho « t um mwew i r, •Her» And It Is no far step from such re ili'"i"ln<: of the time to knowledge und possession of the life le'11,id all time the eternal life. or what Is beyond the fultire. of what happens whim this life ends, prophets and ,, , )pr * know nothing more than tinv of us iiui of i ne meaning In things now, the inner hold en Immortality here, they do tell crowding or material things vn easily miss expecting length of ye they lead „» m sie a more lasting endurance than life exhibits. They show us how Immortality Is In quantity as In quality of life It Is therefore not a con tingent possibility, a hope or faith merely, but within the lcuch of every life; and he who does justly, loves merrv und 'Milks hniiibW with Ills Hod, will find the clouds of doubt lifting and see his dally path lighted with the light that never was on sea or land- the lt R ht of th.- Eternal in whom we live and move ami have our being forever—Bv the Rev John W, Lïav. 7 sages, poets und quality which much that gl'es . In tbl I- rom reward of righteous living long much s a» the not s ** 2 * a 2 * 222222 S 2222 S 2222222222222222222 *** # *********** • • ** 2 * a 2 * 222222 S 2222 S e,nT ) ' l 1 lnvUong'sbout ( 'tt n t You T™ 1 er go to slei-p* 5 '" Anil mother Used off otjre more, und tho clock went on Hfic.-n minutes past 10. Again am. the call Mother There was m 'r',h'''r "a y0 , lce h . S "Wen f^Lv-" And « P w m lnd ; be at range if ibe volé .'.'howêd Ù 'trsre of S«!e r. s pbntj of bedding, j • • • • "Ha any bedding you rn t could apart'" ' Yes. thV you but I "Well, I I make up a bundle, and 1 11 Uncle Billy'«." "Oh. father. In this -I get up and corn ,r i' \ or storm ? 1 isb But moth j protest ; mind. T knew It « non father hr as no d made up his I!« «nie«, she. toe. had Irarped material comforts, but. and costs plontsr experience not only I how to i hat is of far more value 1 ' fort ; .v. h v to give up her nd to sivc» of lu*r ! bundle was» made n rum up. Ihe blessed .-nt out Inn. th - night and I the storm, aud mother »at down bv life father « he at ait. and to :ocd the fire. Now h he heard the] n shui Now he e te.u listen and barn door slat ould j be springlus on old Judy's back, the j hoofbeats came to her ears, muffled by the snow, then they censed. He must be crossing tho creek bv this time, now . limning the Muff oppo«lte , She went to the window and strained her eyes to look out in;.» the night \ if perrhar.ee she nttght sec his .lark form against the white ground But as tilled with blinding snow » as bounded bv the win pano Tho w,nd smote the house No other s. und out back to the d her vigil, but her heart wa* * j the ah ! ls< r horizon j à v rear Uh nt bli h< S h c ; .li\»J .M -.her Berry, ■n that b! that fath st : . tch pra be: II ho , \he hill, blind I'ofJe Billy, b«r husband, infl tli« Jour little Berrys. It was half pant 11. 1.« there by tbU time. Ik a Ions way on euch a night, he find the Ho ought v But two lib * Would warm and b Berryg snug and In bed, and »ound asleep, night fill« a fool'« errand' ' n tear chilled her heart- would he find the house at all' a blind trail! Or It was sum . The clock mother waiter] storm northwest bias! strurk 12. Father must fs tb< coming homo, th<* Icy If h** came at air Mother was Inclined to other half hour. An worry. He should be her Apaln she went to tl j by this time wind The clouds we I A gleam of light w through h*Tf and th<*ro ! looked the w ind swept th and the full * breaking as struggling Even ♦ sne . ... I on a whll- . „ " ! " * '»hit-, whll,! world. A:,d lh.-r. j Arrow the creek on the h!ll«l<] plain view waa old Judy ! picking her v uncertain path wouldn't get bavn known that? back Is as white as But hr* S(M H her fr Pkv clear. in ■arefully the unseen, Of ruurs«*, old Judy Mother might The man on her ay dow lost? )»• waste of an ( w he can around him now, u In tbe her. see him outlined light behind " •1 rm wind« v by th And with th« B " < hararteri»llc of this frlnnd h„ flln«« hin boyish ahtndof f;f G»; » high and gl> ringing fa idw old Judy to h ;i ri Tdiout that goi*s ity air, and s on th j stall at breakneck !",ik< d up at him a lltlln H , verelv ; »ho met him a of • ... Ä r„x:: ;:r sleeping, and, mother, the baby was " ln I ho oven ! " spot d. Moth* 1 y ho door Ills Jubilant spirit* had Jarred on h r er-tc*ns«) norveg the one word ing infierilon. "Oh. mother, broom and i Beside the red-hot rtove. sipping another bowl of hot milk, he told th story. 1'erha '• a Her greeting wj -*■ Well,** with the ri is a a he laughs, "take the r eop me fi rnt. " "I found Mother Berry and blind Billy hugging the stove w a r in "What did they say to you? "Now, mother, they said They needed It. 1 never mind what bat matters. That isn't enough for her Thai » 2222222222222222222 *** # *********** >S2SSSS2SS2SSSSS222SSS2S2SS322SSS5SS2SSS222S2S2322ii to b'd™ *wl ? n ° W Lel ' 9 K0 ^?- he Ä tho pillow. "Just five minutes of 1." Mother heard the clock strike, but father was fast asleep—Practical Faru,or ---• WORDS OF WISDOM. a„ . - All is not gossip that goes a-vislt Many a heartache Is plain old In digestion. rR s this little ear on i lng. Pursin' a will materialize dream long enough and It In the Book of Fame the lette may be Illuminated, but the gold rubs off The wii I world I ! Ills watch fob sooner or lftt man km May but a ball -he can If he will. I All Is not gold that glitters I' 1<> not ' r0UKh e throw away many a not dreaming it ess if polished diamoTHl. ould be prim The moon b -k< on many brooks" ■ s ij"' at lit -ule of the elusive bachelor as he considers from afar each sea I «on s crop of debutantes. ft- n the brilliant poppy look in society also makes us in* person Too slecpj. u - *. ! nnart > P t our *flOl to spend a ^",1 »hhl acc " mu > a '' n * a » » . experienced wisdom—• ? d " e pval>orate ,he ver - v min U yOU d mo8t ' ! She thal hath acquired wisdom concealeth It even as she would a ,ound in a restaurant oyster. The milliner and modiste who ere a: <' "poems" would not think of crcd '"«S Ihe wife of a poet for one. A post rard message Is too* long front one to whom we are Indifferent. ' but ac eleil nonsense nvelope full of Love's jew as a check to v. >o hath nothing in the bark —From ' Tre e K; igram»." :u the New Ycrg relegram. cue PE-RU-NA v For rrmape In Um lilawart of Me T«rf StaaKli»(, "I v/aa troubled with ertmpi i._ Mo-r.ach for »;* y e,r,. Itr.eomanÿ * !""* of medicine, also was treated by three doctors. th« They said that I had nervous dys« * took the medicine for two years, then I got sick again and gave up all hopes of getting cured. *'l saw a testimonial of a man whose case was similar to mine, being cured by Peruna, so thought I would giye •» a trial. pepsi a. * procured a bottle at once, and commenced taking it. "I have taken nineteen bottles ana gm entirely cured. is all that is claimed for It."—Mrs. d. " C Jhm.ton, 61 Marchant 8l.. Wallon. ville, Ckl. I believe Peruna P The value of red light In prevent ing the suffer« smallpox was scientifically discovered anew a few years ago by Finnen of the violet light rays fame. b*lrjg marked by The Inventor of the roller sk«Tte »■a» a Dutchman named Merlin, who am« to England In 17 C 0 . Kight The metal part of the pavement is a plate of perfor- ; ated steel with strong bolts of steel SHr 2 —' • " Y 8<1Uare aDd blunt ' 11 ' y oar g later he exhibited a "pair of ftkates contrived to run wheels" at a museum in Spring Cardens, Lon don. Pi Paris is experimenting with wha. is culled steel pavement, a concrete pavement reinforced with a steel framework It Is really Win bo superior to a „„h»it in ] . mate economy and to wood ?n thé 1 better fooling that it afft ,-d • m h ' I g affords to horses, ihe The elaatlclty and hardness of rub-I her are now determined hv on appHr atus akin to the schleroscope, which »bows the hardness or steel by the re bound of a pointed steel hammer! A sharp point Is forced Into the rubber, and the force exerted and the depth of penetration are automatically re corded on graduated circles, a com blnatlon of these Indications giving Hit* degree of hardness. Tho elastic-, It y Is shown by tho height of rebound of a sled ball npn dropped upon the rubber from a measured height.: I no apparatus is simple, aud easily and rapidly tests the relative value differeut specimens of rubber. Tholelectrlc fl.^h of the NJU • Tfte rJgypfïïms made îïïclures thousands of years ago, still inhabit the waters of that river. , ol organ It is They arc provided with an electrical which Incloses the whole body, situated in the skin, and under a mi croscope is see: millions of beautifully formed little disks, superimposed upon connected of minute compartments, In which are the terminals of The shock Ib produced by an Intense current that traverses the entire gan from the head to the tail of the flsh. It stuns small fish. to be composed of rows nerves. or The elec tro-motive force In a flsh eight Inches long can attain a'maxlmum of 200 volts. A single giant nerve cell at the head of the spinal column Is tb< «rurce of the impulses. -_____ p I s M B 18 trest - ^en^burrt of flre^ And^aiid"be^ ^ t Japan below Is vet enveionod in *r. 1 fllmy mlst. of nlghP The o. ärim! ! fall on' their knees 'and bow^Ch"? ! beads ,o the ground In adoration and with much fingering of rosaries' the plaintive cadence of their prayers rises like a lamentation to the heav enB ,b<>ve At Bpncre *- the sainted rity of the Hindus, as the sun rises each morning across the holy Ganges. ,ke prayers of the bathing multitude i are as the roaring of the sea. But' even this one or the greatest and most stirring religious spectacles of the world Is not more picturesque than that little band of pilgrims twlxt heaven and earth, high up In [ the blue profound, on the very top of Japan, kneeling In pra.se before the great orb which is the emblem of their empire. Never to have seen sunrise from the summit of Fuji Is m-ver to have really seen Japan. Metropolitan Magazine, In the British Museum Is preserved fhe oldest specimen of pure glass which bears anv date It is ln the shape of a lion's head, having on it ' th * name of an Egyptian king of the eleventh dynasty. ___ i s'-eamer when a great gale overtook : Uem 0,1 the Oregon coast. 11 look9 l'retty bad." said the | -I* 1 *»!' to the captain. ' "Couldn't be much worse, bishop." r * >plie ' 1 Foretopp. | Ha,f 111 hour iater the ptpp ni<"f was 1 dlT,n S undpr the * avp ® «* if « le w * re a «"'»"»ri»« aad leaking like an i °* d door - A Clerical Ambiguity. f Foretopp tells a story of a j certain notinl divine who was on 1rs j j : a I "tx>oks wor.«e, 1 think. «'aptaln." said the bi»h. p. "We must tru; t in Pro- id nee now. bishop." answered Foretopp "Oh, I -hope it has not come to •that.' gasped the bishop.—The Wasp. HCR RIOKIMINQ QUALITY. a callow «nd immaturt chick ch'pjxNl throuirh llj* debutante's • hr 11 A ù»r fairer p*r* >n some prop 1« might J ui v. '*1 1 . P r 7"StThll^. that th » v ^ Her crowfew. her hair be »may. n. »h« appreciate* th« •» : f ; t »o'omp!l»h«1, she never could •lug. i iy. or *mbrold#-r. or paint. » Vlfl Wi' k of i: ' JUr * e ' l " at * V*ry a chance that you bound to I h.iid of th< te, I No ha in th«*ir practice I **•«* r little »tun A f* wuui -3 hurt nothing. I * < , Hut. 1 . «he appreciates t mach money, but neither have ory to Kock K that's o mo. I, f; dne «h*, cooklf thing cannot den; And :<t f.f Of grKjd look». >oumi anu beauty my h In a or. aitii. II. ertaln degree, take what !*m 'elates me huag«» Dally News. Itff Hi-idol ah!« t «* t. And, then. appi . w JK 1 ïP ' Did he conduct his business innen No; 1 think h„ did It llaltliuore Amprli little bov Wlllle—I Wish y,A ' Jad-only littler, of course. ; Jll,i k p Ncdd-Ther# was to be a meeting of - '"™ w-œ • särä" •« » ' with i>n a • h ba>is. - an. D « no disgrace to be remember a finie poor," "I can hen li was no dis Pi a,, to |,e rich '■—Louisville Courier Journal. y° u * Willie Dad—I wish I could l>e ] . "I f> °"' hp r-Hello. Bill! wot luck? 1 f'!' lh: '" K doln ' 7 Poachep-Well I dunno; but If I gets four more be»ide& ihe wan I'm arter now. I'll ave folve , nn thaï ain't ao bad.—Punch. ,,, , , 1 CUl ' lo,Iler < ln broker s office)—"What _'.'* ,)nenf Wo,lld you advise?" Broker „ K k<>11 are from Minne- | aren t vou? " " Yaa -" i A 1 - ,ny S ' ,>aul P re,er red?"—Life. i Tommy—Pop, a man Is a bachelor re- 1:11,11 he gets married, isn'c he. Tom ' my '* Pop- Yes, my son. Tommy— Ami xvha, does he call himself after-| ua,(1 - Tommy's Pop—I'd hate to tell ' you ' 1115 son.—Philadelphia Record. s . an BWered Mr. Graft well; "your hearlug| of It would Indicate very crude work part."—Washington 1 "I should regret very much to hear Hiat anybody has ever offered money for political influence" "Yes " j ! only somebody'» i m ol , Stjor. i Hitter—This jiaper stale« that it nuauter of time when the auto will reach the poor man. Upp ; —You bet it will reach him if he don't is : mobile In get out 1 ihe road as scon as he hears the first "honk, honk!"—Chicago Dally of News. Bacon—What was ihe matter with : jour friend? Egbert—Why, he looked Into the barrel of a gun h« wasn't loaded thought •1 should think that' would have been the last thinç he would have doue." "It was."—Yonkers or Statesman. iar y° u have ffot. Chauffeur Oh, at aln 1 tt ba<1 ™ r - s - K.—She wad be v *" rra P«worfu' eaj- whatever? C— Oh. no; I wouldn't say that. 8. K.— I wass I not jiidgin by ihe size. I wass Judgin' I by the smell!—Punch. A t New Yock Hotel —ah our tables! ^Trt g^t" n''"' 1 " i ^ 1 Now - 03,1 1 » et 111 option on a steak, ! wd,h tritondl '* 8 »o m«!eh?"-Ix,uis ! VUl6 Oouri#r ^ Journal - "I'm sure you would not use money ln an «•«ction." "Certainly not." an S « na,<>r 9cr * iluI "' "* flrm - aJthou * h 8<>me of the m ost bluer opposition to me comes from constlt 11 en t s who complain that I Insist on do* ing business with promises Instead ot i with cash "—Washington Star. But' -—— Tha p ""' a » Pi«"!*» of Oscar Hammerstein has all appll cants for bts opera companies exam ined by a throat specialist. Not till In [ be is assured of an applicant's good of throat machinery does he devote any of Scotch keeper—That's a verra fins stand time in hearing him or her sing. "It Is a good Idea, is it not?" said Mr. Hamniersteln, ,he other day. "In Is the past I lost many a valuable half hour listening to worthless singing singing so bad, in fact— "Well, one afternoon my pianist ,urnp<l lo a tPI1J r aspirant and shout ''*» an R r| b' : it ' 1 ve l , rled you wlth thp white keys.; and 1 ve ,ried you with the black and white mixed. I think you must be i singing between the nicks.—New England Grocer. " I've tried you with the black keys. : "'lurtanre of men to take holy »" the Oburch of Englsnd. | nlcn ls ,0 noticeable a feature at ' l !* v time. Is a matter of more Ißau ^ plp «»«tiral Interest. It affects | " U,ln * cler 5 y but aI *° 1 al |J- a " d no * ,he church laity, vjnMeeMh rentu '™ i TJ " f a j Clergymen Are Scarce. as a whole — Proved False. The young man picked himself paln j fully up from the front j Imped away. : "1 wish I could get a poke at the ,uck who said all the world lore« a I lorer,' steps and growied he.—Houston Post COLDS : , that hair CUBED IN ONE DAY & V ! you j to ! ; Moaroa's Cold Reaedy *«ik£N ■ »•d. thfx.it sad Is««* » I most «JiT*»/ lj Check. Fever«, n. p rDl.lg £3 "• *"*• 1*1« »wir il r irknlIMiiH cihMd by cclâ». It rare! ttrtp aaT o" ^«.Coughs id 4 prevents FieimoaU. Miet you stiff jr swollen Joint», no ttit »•: *°T <"l>roolc? Ast jour <lru««tii f 0 r Mod/od « Rlioamstism fteir.edy and : b«w ijolcklr rou will he cured. M. *nr kldner or Usdder trou M. «et Munyons Kldaee Remedv M uayoB'i Vlta User mikci _ str ong snd resto res lo*t It seem« strange © weak Dira powers. trouble Therv . are always so many people to predict that should ever be unexpected. It. 8TKLCK DO'. Jr, Worn Ont and I-rostrated Treaelierou* Trouble. With a Mias Emma Shirley, Kill Buck Y., says: "Under my doctor » treat ment for general de bility and stomach trouble I failed to Improve, and had to take to my bed. I V wa8 terribly ne r - I ¥w* / I? US: headache and : ?'? Zy B Jf lla a " d ?" spells of pain In ' / ^ 7 T " X Tbe kldn^lc™' . E ! rrr-" " d — -*» a . N. j i aw Kidney trouble was the rau *« al1 time, and when I began " a,n e DoaD 'B Kidney Pilla I began to '"Pro»*? right away, in good time I was cur *' < l. and gained every bit I , had lost.** , __ | "'hat surprises a girl most about « man daring to kiss her Is that he didn't do It before.—New York Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box i Fo 3 ter-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Press. L . , , „ , ... ÄÄ fc«to Wins Friend* Wherever Used. Ask Drug j gi.t» for Murine Eve Remedy. TrvMurlre. i The pleasantest 'world are pleasant thoughts, and the _ kreat art in life 1» to have 0f ,h< ' ni as P.osslble.Bouve. j Only O«« "Brerrm Qnlnlne 1 Th.t ia Lu.liv* Jlr i W« Press. A Domestic Kjr ID* meet y filings In the us many i Wuioin«. Look U»« «|Mtur« of K. VV. Urore. Used th« orld over to C'ure a fold <>o« D*y. 25 «. Is ! ; ! Augustine. Between bridge and stream Lord's the mercy may bo found.—St. ! Mjw Winslow ■ Soothing Syrup forChildren twtiung, soften« u.cguii.» .eduie» mrJumnis Uoo.allaysp»m.cure* wind colic. 25 caboUl«. Old fools 1 are more foolish than . young ones.—Rochefoucauld. ! m o, r ® r CoLI>Ä * nd | rehevrs th»* *chir,/ ai u/^f p v etT»h 11 *• *♦« l hp *-ÿld sad restores uorn-al condition». It's liquid-effects In,-., d an ly. me . jjc und 50c.. atdrusr utorca. . To Judge human character right- it ly, a man may sometimes have verv s small experience, provided he has ä very large heart. — Bulwer Litton ; i Here'* Relief. If we must be adlctfä Willi serlt, »ore and Inflamed eyes. It Is consoling ! *Hh"n outreach a*»"Doc'to^MRchell^ ! thl* wonderful remedy? ! Price 26 c ent.. _ j The man who " knc w' enough | make a fortune hArdly ever knows ' enou » h to teach his children how to j Ererj- Woman Will He Interested. If yon bave pain, In the back, I^rr. j Bladder or ludnej- trouble. i Ü^îf* t ' t (J heT . b f , 9 r j Hable'îeg^Utôr Aimn'îSgist* 5n ct^ 9 HHl ] pie mag TbeMother(*rRvW.LeRoR£y^^ j No man liTwlse at aïT times— \ j Pliny. ! —-* ! I Have yon ever' tried All stores. to spend It.—New York Press. j On Rainy Days A Fish Brand Slicker will keep yon dry y j And givs yon fall vain* in •omfort and tang wsnr «îl.OO Qnmrma waramw BoU by first-« Un Ectailer» th« oovmtry w* BudforouFiMCattlofu A. J. TOWER CO. No t »«.«U. I. A. ! j \ j i I T 0 W 11 GA 2 UDU 5 OO..U. Toaoart, C*n*e* This Tradenurh Oiwales All . Uncertauty W2 in the purchase al r iot m-lerials. is an zbulute guarantee of pur* itr and qiulity. For your own protection, see that it is on the side of eeery keg ci white lead you ; buy.