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SAVE WILLIAM PENN'S CHAIRS
National H9irlooms, About to Fall b
Apart, Have Been Repaired ii
by Blind Women. i1
Two quaint and graceful chairs that 8
once belonged to William Penn have U
Just been repaired by two women who C
have never seen the chairs, says the J
Philadelphia Ledger. The two women V
are inmates of the Pennsylvania In
dustrial Home for Blind Women. The h,
chairs are preserved in the east room h
of Independence hall, on the second G
floor. Year by year the cane bottoms a]
of the famous old relics have been
gradually cracking and falling out. n'
The committee in charge decided that
unless the cane was replaced the w
woodwork might soon collapse. But al
they did not dare to let the chairs ax
be taken out of Congress hall. in
So they sent for Miss Ira Frost, mis
tress of handicraft at the Industrial lit
Home for Blind Women, and she ai
brought with her to the room two of er
the blind women who understood chair th
repairing. The work was peculiarly G(
difficult, for it was. impossible to erect do
in Congress hall the caning table need- se
ed to hold the chairs firmly in place.
and, moreover, their woodwork was W
soft with age. But the deft "seeing
fingers" of the blind women did the
work in spite of all the difficulties, and
now the precious William Penn chairs
We Don't Believe It. the
"So you've moved to the country. gre
How do you like it?"
"Great! Beats a stuffy old fiat all g
hollow. And the best of it is, we get mu
fresh eggs and vegetables almost as an(
cheap as we could get them in the In
The difference between professional Tb
and college sports is that in college 3:1
sports they occasionally cheer the to
Eph Wiley believes the dimple, con- to
sidering it as one of the concomitants Da
of beauty, has been greatly overesti- so
At sixty a man knows that he didn't 'k
know what he thought he knew at pr
It is necessary to watch some of a
your friends every minute or they will si
let you in on a get-rich-quick scheme. tl
SHE QUIT is
But it Was a Hard Pull. be
It is hard to believe that coffee will pl
put a person in such a condition as it w
did an Ohio woman. She tells her p
own story: c4
"I did not believe coffee caused my t1
trouble, and frequently said I liked it V
so well I would not, and could not, ri
quit drinking it, but I was a miserable s
sufferer from heart trouble and nerv- I
ous prostration for four years. e
"I was scarcely able to be around, a
had no energy and did not care for -
anything. Was emaciated and had a
constant pain around my heart until I a
thought I could not endure it.
"Frequently I had nervous chills i
and the least excitement would drive
sleep away, and any little noise would
upset me terribly. I was gradually
getting worse until finally I asked my
self what's the use of being sick all
the time and buying medicine. so that
I could indulge myself in coffee?
"8o I got some Postum to help me
quit. I made it strictly according to
directions and' I want to tell you that
change was the greatest step in my
life. It was easy to quit coffee be
cause I now like Postum better than
"One by one the old troubles left
until now I am in splendid health,
nerves steady, heart all right and the
pain all gone. Never have any more
nervous chills, don't take any medi
cine, can do all my house work and
have done a great deal besides."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read '"lThe Road to
Wellville," in pkgs.
Postum comes in two forms:
Postum Cerpal--the original form
must be well boiled. 15c and 25c pack
Instant Postum-a soluble powder
dissolves quickly in a cup of hot wa
ter and, with cream and sugar, makes
a delicious beverage Instantly. 30c
and 50c tins.
Both kinds are equally delicious and
Cost about the same per cup.
'There's a Reason" for Postnm.
I-old by Grocers.
(By 1. O. S.ELERS, .vA(ting Dircctor of I
Sunday Scbhol Co(urs, of Moloy B:ible
LESSON FOR JUNE 20
PRAYER FOR THE TEMPTED.
LESSON TEXT- Psalm 141.
GOuLl,'N ''lEXT--Keep me frnim lho
szn:tre, whi.1 they have laid fr me.-
The style of this psalm closely re
sembles the known psalms of David in
the first part of the psalter. From
its structure and character, it is to
be credited to David. In it are pre
sented complaint, prayer and confi
dent hope of relief. It is a petition for
deliverance from sins to which his af
flictions tempted him, and from the
enemies who caused his affliction.
I. Prayer. "My prayer directed"
(vv. 1, 2). There is good reason for
believing David wrote this while go
ing through the experience recorded
in I Samuel 24. It is evident he is
passing through a time of great stress
and was in dire need of help for he
urges "haste" in giving heed to his
call, (Luke 18:1-8). David looks to
Jehovah as his only and sure helper.
We are told to omit the first word
"unto" in this verse and to read, "I
have called thee." Every human help
had failed and faith fearlessly turns to
God. Can God be urged? Surely we
are taught that God respects his
"remembrancers" who cry "day and
night" (Psalm 40:13; 69:17, 18; 70:5;
71:12; 143:7). To fold the hands
weakly and to "bide his time" is usu
ally an evidence of spiritual debility
and of a desire to shirk the work
involved in a true exercise of prayer.
True faith knows but one way of de
liverance, that of prayer (Phil. 4:6, 7), Al
and those who call in faith get deliv
erance (Rom. 10:13). Such prayer, Ai
the fruit of heart and lips, is before
God "as incense" and its effectiveness
does not depend upon its being pre
sented in the tabernacle--it is a "sac
rifice" of praise well-pleasing to God.
We are to pray to God through his Va
Son and in the Holy Spirit. Such re
prayer is set forth before him as a on,
sacrifice of sweet smelling savor. Ith
II. Practice. "Incline not my heart 1-,
to practice wicked works" the
(v . Such prayer as here suggested lna
demands a preparation of purity. As for
the "incense" was prepared with _,
great care (Ex. 30:36) and its fr-
gance was brought out by ary (e&. '
8:26, 1; Blph. 6:18), so likewise there Spi
must be a continual practice of prayer the
and an absence of "wicked works." his
In no way are we so apt to sin as bri
with our lips, but back of the lips is cal
the heart (Matt. 15:11; Luke 6:45). an
The tongue can no man tame (James in,
3:8), yet God is able and his way is
to cleanse the fountain To have
the mouth filled first with prayer and
praise and then with evil is contrary
to reason and to God's commands.
David recognized that the heart is the
source of "wicked works," and prayed
that he be not even "inclined" to
them (Matt. 6:13; Jam. 1:13). If he '"
"keeps the door" we have a safe guard tri
Ps. 127:1). -Q
III. Position. "Let him reprove me" e_,
vv. 5-7. "Faithful are the wounds of get
a friend." This seems to be the po- cat
sition David desired to occupy, one clo
that would be "a kindness" to him. th,
Such correction is as sweet oil. Oil as
is healing and soothing and here sym
bolizes the healing effect of correc- lap
tion. Fools hate reproof, wise men is
plead for it. David not only welcomed rei
wisdom but (see R. V.) promises to
pray for such friends when calamities sk
come upon them and in the time when th
they are overcome by wickedness. mi
When such are cast down by the rocky ne
roadside "they shall hear my words,"
says David, and they will be sweet. bc
The psalmist's experience, when hunt- re
ed as a partridge, taught him how to fo
appreciate the petitions of Jonathan, C
r -his friend, whose words to him were m
I "sweet." A careful reading of verse rE
I seven reveals David's dire extremity
(see Am. R. V.). Death stared him
5 in the face. His soul was tofn as "one
e ploweth and cleaveth the earth." C
IV. Protection. "In thee do I put my
trust" (R. V.). Though thus brought a
low David knew where to turn, and c
U one to whom he could look. The t
church of Christ needs to look to
God, to become like him. It needs the
e transforming, encouraging, energizing
0 vision. David is now taking his eyes
t off the difficulties and fixing them on
7 the one who enables him to over
e come. "Look unto me and be ye
W saved." Literally his prayer s 1
"make not my soul naked" or "pour
t not out my soul."
h, Whoever else a man harms by his
e sin he harms himself most.
r Saloonkeepers and their sons most
f- requently fill the grave of the drunk
Gamblers nearly all lose their easy
"They that take the sword perish
by the sword." Our only safety is Je
God is constantly answering this
k- last prayer, and we do see the wicked
falling into their own nets (Ps. 7:
15:16; 37:14, 15; Ex. 7:10).
ra- This lesson has a strong temperance
es suggestion and application. (1) Pray
1C ers that God will hear; (2) Prepara
tion of the mouth and heart; (3) Pe
d tltlon for reproof to learn thereby;
(4) protection from temptation and
E VEN the children know that were men, women and children in
Arbuckles' Coffee gets the big- the state. And the demand is con
gest welcome at the breakfast table. stantly increasing.
It is the popular favorite every- Have you tried it lately? Before
where. More of it is used than any you serve another breakfast, go to
other packaged coffee. Think what your grocer's and g t a package of
this means. Arbuckles' Coffee. Taste Its rich,
In America we drink more coffee satisfying flavor and know why
than does any other nation. Last more of it is used than any other
year 900,000,000 lbs. of coffee were packaged coffee.
brought here. Think of all the dif
ferent kinds of coffee-the different Make your coffee earn
varieties of flavor this represents. lovely gifts
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SThis is the sInature
Better than ever !"a ,ave '.
_VN tecide nwta er ewmna~ hlrni
ACT WAS NOT TO HIS LIKING
American Soldier Properly Resented stan
Filipino's insult to a Spanish the
This story is told by an English na- pars
val officer who witnessed the occur- The
rence in Manila: "As I was crossing go :
one of the numerous bridges across "
the Pasig river, I saw a native pill- half
pino spit in the face of a Spanish h.,
officer, and then run for protection to
the American sentinel, who was ipoS
ing the bridge. It was some time b'.
fore the Filipino could make;.;z
Spanish officer, caught the native by
the nape of his neck and the seat of
his trousers, and pitched him off the
bridge into the Pasig river. Then he easi
calmly took his gun from the officer, men
and began pacing his beat, as if noth- The
ing had happened."-Unidentifled. you
Cured of Pellagra; ress
Mother Seeks Children up
Valdosta, Ga.-W. F. Monroe writes: oth:
"Mrs. Braswell, whom you have been ing
treating for pellagra, is in my opinion R
sound and well. She wants to get her alm
children from the home, and in order to quit
get them she is required to send a certifi- mec
cate from you who treated her. I am en- at
closing you a form to go by and will exp
thank you to sign it, making it as strong
as you can."
There is no longer any doubt that pel
iagra can be cured. Don't delay until it the
is too late. It is your duty to consult the
resourceful Baughn. ma
The symptoms-hands red like sunburn;
skin peeling off, sore mouth, the lips, tral
throat and tongue a flaming red, with fro
much mucus and choking; indigestion and dot
neausea, either diarrhoea or constipation. ute
There is hope; get Baughn's big Free
t. book on Pellagra and learn about the
- remedy for Pellagra that has at last been
0 found. Address American Compounding BO
, Co., box 2087, Jasper, Ala., remembering gi
money is refunded in any case where the suR
R remedy fails to cure.-Adv. tL
Thoughtful Old Soul. Tb
0 "My dear, I've an idea," said old Mrs. ?h
Goodart to her caller. "You know we th'
frequently read of the soldiers making co
sorties. Now why not make up a lot he
d of those sorties and send them to
the poor fellows at the front?"--Bos,
e ton Evening Transcript.
e One of the Two.
g He-Have your folks decided yet di
e where you are all going to spend the
n summer? v
She-Not quite. Ma says it's at the
ye White mountains, but pa declares it'll
is be at the poorhouse.--Boton Evening
is The virtues of some men are never
apparent until brought out by the
st criminal lawyers who defend them.
If some people would take the trou
ksy ble to conceal what they think they
would be more popular.
Je Always use Red Cross Ball Blue. Delights
the laundress. At all good grocers. Adv.
ed -Worry knocks more men out than
Worry knocks more men out thman chicu from nine eggs. She doesn't. .
overwork. belong to the poultry union.
If Yum Is fisutt orf weer ue U~ NOVINI.", Made r Van Viewpeih,
Horse Chestnut. kuov
"I was sitting on the bootblack's IRO
stand," said tlhe story-teller, "when Mali
the parade came along, the grand up
marshal riding a big bay horse at its
head. Well, just as the head of the
parade came opposite me, it stopped. beft
The grand marshal's horse wouldn't
go another step."
"Recognized you as his long lost roi
half brother, I suppose," said one of rry
h~p listeners maliciously. NysE
'"Ihbink you're smart, don't yout?
S.l,. I'll tell you, anyhow. It was
e that made that horse stop
but pride. le wanted his
YOUR ITCHING SKIN At
Eczema, ringworm and other itch
ing, burning skin eruptions are so
easily made worse by improper treat
ment that one has to be very careful. du
There is one method, however, that
you need not hesitate to use, even on
a baby's tender skin-that is the bet
resinol treatment. Resinol is the pre
scription of a Baltimore doctor, put
up in the form of resinol ointment
and resinol soap. This proved so re
markably successful that thousands of
other physicians have been prescrib
ing it constantly for 20 years.
Resinol stops itching instantly, and
almost always heals the eruption
o quickly and at little cost. Resinol oint
"ment and resinol soap can be bought
' at any druggist's and are not at all
1 expensive. Great for sunburn.-Adv.
"You big mutt," said the batter, as
it the umpire called the third strike,
e "that was a foot outside. What's the
matter with your eyes?"
; "Nothing at all," replied the arbi.
, trator in chilling tones. "I can see
from here to the clubhouse, and if I
d don't see you over there in five min
utes it'll cost you fifty dollars."
FORTY YEARS AGO
a BOND'S PHARMACY CO. establshed a
reputation in Arkansas as reliable drug
i gists and manufacturers. Slowly, but
h surely, that reputation has spread over
the Great South so that now BOND'S
LIVER PILLS are a household word in
almost every county in that territory.
These pills are small, mild, safe, effect
ive and inexpensive. One at bedtime is
ee the dose. You will wake up well from
4g constipation, dizziness, indigestion,
ot headache, biliousness, neuralgia and the
to various ailments arising from torpid
O liver or bowels. All druggists, 25c.-Adv.
Lost to Sight.
"How annoying! The English and
German accounts of the latest battle
et don't agree."
he "What can you expect? Truth and
Veracity 'dug themselves in' when the
11 first shot of the war was fired."
"What I want to find for the sum
mer is a nice, quiet place where I
er can do as I please."
he "That's my idea exactly. I'm going
to stay home."
OU- The man who chews fine cut tobac
ey co considers himself higher up in the
social scale than the man who chews
An Ohio hen recently hatched ten
|an chicks from nine eggs. She doesn't
helong to the poultry union.
SOLDIERS WHO WEAR VEILS H
British Troops in Southwest Africa
Have to Conduct Campaign
One of the hottest place(s wht re the
Itritish are fighting is in (Gerinan
iSouthwest Africa, where General
ilotha is in conlmand of an expedition
against the enemy. The habitable part -
of German Southwest Africa lies in
the center of a sun-scorched, water
less, shadeless desert of shifting sand,
and (General Iotha's men have to carry
everything they need, for nothing f
w\lhatever can be obtained from the pca
country, not even fodder for the ani
The sand penetrates everywhere,
and the heat of the sun is so terrific
that all the troops fighting with Gen
eral Botha have been served out with
veils and "goggles." Without them,
indeed, it would be impossible to get
along at all, and, as it is, hundreds
of the Boer burghers, though hardened '
campaigners, have been so blistered I
by the sun that they are in hospital.
The heat at midday is 122 degrees to
in the shade and the "shade" is a to
sweltering t,-!t. Many of the troops v:
pass that time of the day with noth- i
ing on but a sun helmet and a pair W
Just Like a Man.
"Tom," said the bride of a week, m
"didn't you promise faithfully to give l'
up smoking the day I married you?" dc
"Yes, my dear," replied Tom, "I be
lieve I did."
"And now," she continued, 'I find 1i
you puffing a cigar, just as though I d
weren't in existence. What explana
tlon have you to offer?" at
"Well, I kept my promise," replied
the husband. "I didn't smoke a single ,
cigar on our wedding day."--Philadel- i
phia Public Ledger.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic L
Take Grove's -
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless h
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
eral Tonic because it contains the wellI
known tonic properties of QUININE and
, IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
nd up the Whole System. 50 cents.- Adv. F
ts Delays Are Dangerous.
he "How is it that Jones always acts
d. before he thinks?" f
t "If he thought first he'd never act."
st roca OWN DRI OGIST WILL TELL YOU c
of 1r Marine lye Ree_ iLfor Red, Weak, W.ter?
_yea snd rann,*daeds No martlna-I
Just "i comfort. Writ. for hook of the 70
1 4 t00 hw. Miulue 30Remed? Co., Ohlcae'
"Can you give me any Ideas about
himaking my yard more beautiful?"
Most particular women use Red Cros
N Ball Blue. American made. Sure to please
At all good grocers. Adv.
- Eph Wiley says the most Inharmo
at nious combination is a street car con
ul. ductor and his necktie.
at It's usually too late for congratula
on tions when the happy couple have
been married more than a week.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The ind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
Sorand has been made under his per
s sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-asgood" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children--Experience against Experkenth
What is CASTORIA
Castorls is a harmless substitute for Castor Ol, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Dorphine nor other Nareotle
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Wors
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty Mvrs
has been in constant use for the relief of a
Flatulency, Wind Collc, all Teething Troubles and
Dlarrhoee. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-Thie Iother's Fruieoiý
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always BouOh
ee soniua ooUMW - WIS
woo.' FSVsR "l tN e 2 an,
-h Iil ¶ pd 7. Wt ltO.aU
By Taking Lydia E. Pink
Cleveland, Ohio--"My left rsile
pained me so for several years that I
expected to have to
undergo an opera
tion, but the first
bottle I took of
Lydia E. I'inkham's
pound relieved meof
the lai: s in my side
and I continued its
use until I became
regular and free
from pains. I hal
asked soveral doc
tors if there was anything I could
take to help me and they sail there
was nothing that they knew of. I am
thankful for such a good medicine and
r will always give it the highest praise."
-Mrs. C. H. GRIFFITH, 1588 Constant
St., Cleveland, Ohio.
Hanover, Pa.-" I suffered from fe
male trouble and the pains were so bad
at times that I could not sit down. The
doctor advised a severe operation but
my husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and I experienced
I great relief in a short time. Now I feel
like a new person and can do a hard
day's work and not mind it. What joy
and happiness it is to be well once more.
I am always ready and willing to speak
a good word for the Compound."-Mrs.
e ADA WILT, 803 WalnutSt., Hanover, Pa.
If there are any complications yea
do not understand write to Lydia E.
Plnkham Medicine Co. (confidentia)
IC Lynn,Mass. Your letterwill beopened
read and answered by a woman and
held In strict confidence.
O Vanishes Forever
Prompt Relief-Permanent Cure
,to LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta
ble - act surely AR
but gently on ITTLE
improve the compled on,tightentheeye.
out .LL PILL, SMAl L DOE. SMA JL PRl(.
Genuine must bear Signature
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