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THE CHOCTAW EXTENSION.
aLittle Rook, Ark.-Information was
'received from Washington that the
.secretary of the interior had ap
proved the plans for the extension of
the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf
railroad from Hartshorn. I. T., to
Ardmore, on the Santa Fe. The con
tract was let a month ago to Corrigan
and Co.,and work will begin at onoe.
The distance is 117 miles and the ex
tension will give the Choctaw a di
rect outlet for Its coal.
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MuRDERED HIS PARENTS.
Guthrie, O. T.-Albert Johnson,
aged 24, shot and killed his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson last
week at his home east of Orlando in
this county. A 3.-calibre Winohester
rifle was the weapon used by young
Johnson in committing his dastardly
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so he could not get away and was
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ts, Irancing spring hath wintry days,
Ascending paths have downward ways,
And quickest flights have sore delays.
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Ily Returning health ill days can show.
an -Henry Housman.
A Lesson 11 Art.
"Advice-you'd like my advice, you
say. Advice is the opinion of a friend
which one asks when one has made up
one's mind what course to pursue."
Mr. Fenton's smile broadened into
a laugh as the pretty girl who stood
before him flushed slightly, turning
her head away with a little impatient
"I thought that you were my friend,"
said Olive West, reproachfully, with
her face still averted.
"And you were right there, my
dear," said Mr. Fenton. "But you
know perfectly well that you have
made up your mind what course to
"How could I make up my mind
without hearing what you have to say
to me on the subject of my going to
London?" said she. "My future is se
rious enough to me, Mr. Fenton, and
I fancied that you might also-"
"And so I should, my little friend, if
I didn't know you as well as I do.
Come, now, tell me all that troubles
you. Is it art or Dick this time?"
The girl colored very prettily; then
her brows contracted.
"I like Dick." she said, "but-"
"Yes, I like him very much, but-"
"Quite do. You mean that you shrink
from the commonplace aspects of a 1
future to be spent in this neighbor
hood. You long for the larger life-the
wider horizon in the higher realms of I
art? Isn't that what your 'but' f
"Exactly," she cried. "I feel inclined E
to ask what is the good of being born
into the world if one cannot achieve
something higher than is within one's t
"I have now and again asked myself
the same question," said Mr. Fenton.
"If we could suggest any adequate an
swer to that question, we should have
solved one of the greatest problems of
the universe. Have you never heard c
of the waste of nature?"
"To live in Hazelbury is not to live
in the world, it seems to me," said the t
girl "I feel that I was made to do
something in the world-the world- c
that is not Hazelbury. Hazelbury is
"And yet Hazelbury has a reading h
society, hasn't it? If you don't get
through a volume of Carlyle in a
month you are fined a dime; if you
are lured into reading a novel you have '
to pay a quarter." c
"The reading society is a piece of
"Then there is the Church Choral d
"A rookery with a sore throat," she
said. "Oh, I'm sick of Hazelbury. I
want something larger-fuller-I want
life. I want to live."
"And so you won't marry Dick Over
ton?" suggested Mr. Fenton. A
"I'm afraid not," said Olive, shak
Ing her head. "Marrying Dick would sl
mean dooming myself to a future in
"I can't deny that. His father's bank
is here, and he is in the business. He'll
be a partner in three or four years. Of
course, if you don't marry Dick some
one else will." ef
There was a considerable pause be
fore she said, with a little frown: r
"I hope they will be happy." P
"That's very kind of you, but I'd
rather hear you express a wish to w
scratch her face. I suppose the girl or
will be Lottle Shepherd."
Olive's lips curled after her eyes had
given a quick flash. a
"I hope they will be happy," she said R
again, but in quite a different tone
from that which marked her previous lo
expression of the same hope. fe
"Ah, that sounds healthier; there's a
promise of scratches in every word. be
Still, it might be Mary Marchmont." th
"I hope not. If I cannot marry Dick K
"But you can."
She shook her head in a way that
suggested a certain chastened pride.
She knew that Dick wished for noth- be
ing better than to marry her.
"I see it is hopeless looking to you no
for advice," she said sadly. "Even you Qh
do not understand me, though I fan- pe
cled you did. I will not trouble you
any longer, Mr. Fenton."
"Sit down again, and don't be a '
goose," said he. "I knew that you had cre
made up your mind what to do, and we
yet you said you came to me for ad- the
vice. Now it so happens that I quite bri
agree with you in this particular mat- the
ter. It would be ridiculous for a girl its
with such aspirations as you possess go,
to marry the son of a banker at a InI
place such as this is; you would both gr(
be miserable for the rest of your lives." fro
"That is what I feel. I do feel it enq
very deeply." the
"'Of course you do. What is the name bet
of the young woman who was staying lus
with you in the summer-the artist of
young woman?" rec
"Angela Power." prc
"Of course, that's her name. You cm
learned a good deal from her, did you the
"A good deal? Everything! I wa
learned everything from her. She C
taught me what life is-what art is." dif
"Quite so. What art is, and what be
Dick is not. And now you have made wai
up your mind to go and live that ideal the
life in London; and as you have done spu
me the honor to ask my advice in the the
matter, it is most gratifying to me to had
be able to tell you that I believe you wit
to be quite right." mu
"You advise me to go to London?" mui
"Undoubtedly I do. Why should you ant
remain in a place where it is impossl- lool
ble that any work of art could bceilve of 1
the appreciation of which it is deseryv- hea
"I'm so glad you think so. Oh, I ma!
feel that I have got it in me to suc- und
ceed as an artist. I cannot expect to Eni
have a studio of my own all at once, of 1
of course, but I mean to share one wre
with Angela and a couple of other Fra
That will be a capital plan at lrt.
Later on, no doubt, you will think of T
building something palatiaL But let Art
me advise you not to do so in a hurry, ro
I hear that one can pick up a good one
many palatial studios nowadays for plet
about a tenth part of the money spent eter
in building them." to
"I shall keep my eyes open, nrrpr fect
"And open the eyes of other people, has
'm sure-eople in this nelshborhood .a
who have got as much idea of art a4! -g
--and life as they have of the m
suitable cuisine for the inhabitants
the planet Mars."
ri She gave a laugh. He knew from tl
laugh that he had rightly guessed wl
w, was in her heart. Life was not I
ey so long as it did not make people oz
"I know I shall have to work har
she said; "but what signifies workl
hard when it leads to appreciation?'
"What, indeed? Why, it becomes
a dream of the night. And when
you mean to leave us?"
"I feel that the sooner I get it
harness the better it will be for all
us. Time is flying. I have wasted t
many years of my life already. I sh
id be an old woman before I have beg
"I think you are on the shady side
to 20 already."
"I am 2."
"Is it possible? Ah, yes, you'll ha
it to make haste if you want to do an
thing before you are past work.
The girl smiled the confident sm
of 23 in the presence of 50.
"I can go home now with a lig
heart," she said. "Of course, po
a mother was opposed to my scheme."
"Oh, of course. Mothers sometim
have queer ideas. I shouldn't wond
if she questioned the possibility
d your doing better for yourself thi
y marrying Dick."
o "That is exactly what she said
cried the girl. "'Marriage is the be
d career for a girl,' poor mother sal
when I told her all that I hoped to do
"Ah! that is so like a mother-ma
riage a career! Well, well!"
s "And I promised her to be guided i
what you would say, so now I can I
r home with a light heart."
Mr. Fenton gave her his han'd.
She elapsed it in both her own qut
prettily while she thanked him agal
and again. But when she got to tl
c door she turned as if she had some
t thing more to say. For some reason
other the words did not come at one
She kept her eyes fixed on the hand
f of the door, at which she worked. St
seemed greatly interested in the meet
anism. He waited patiently for her i
"I-I-like Dick very much, M
Fenton," she said at last. "I only fe'
that-that-well, I'll be sorry to leav
"That's because you have a kin
heart, my dear." said he. "But if
were you I wouldn't think too muc
about Dick's disappointment. I kno,
what these young chaps are; they fat
cy, for the time being, that it woul
be impossible for them to think of an
other girl than the one on whom the
believe they have set their hearts, but
bless your soul, my child, they ar
over head and ears with another gir
before the one that has treated ther
(as you suppose) unkindly has finishe
her afternoon tea. Don't worry your
self about Master Dick; he'll find am
pie consolation for your absence befor
you are gone 24 hours, the young ras
There was another pause and som,
more twitching of the handle of thi
door before she said:
"I hope he may be happy."-Chicage
PEARLS OF THOUGHT.
Envy is a kind of praise.-Gay.
Everything yields to industry.
It is worse to apprehend than t,
Better go to bed supperless that
rise in debt--Franklin.
History is the essence of innumer
To be proud of learning is the great
est ignorance.-Jeremy Taylor.
Never do a thing concerning the
rectitude of which you are in doubt.
Of all the evil spirits abroad in the
world insincerity is the most aanger
The gratitude of place expectants io
a lively sense of future favors.-Sir
Our doubts are traitors, and make us
lose the good we oft might win by
fearing to attempt.-Shakespeare.
Some people are always grumbling
because roses have thorns, I am
thankful that thorns have roses.
Some thoughts always find us young,
and keep us so. Such a thought is a
love of the universal and eternal
We would often be ashamed of our
noblest actions if the world were ac
qilainted with the motives that im
pelled them.-La Rochefoucauld.
The old church and an old market
cross in the square near it are both
worth inspection. The red bricks of
the church walls were as mellow and
bright with lichen as the houses of
the town; and the chestnut trees by
its porch yield a shade which the Crecy
gossips no doubt relish in the dogdays.
Inside, it has not very much to en
gross; one expects such great things
from French churches that its defici
encies seem more considerable than
they are. But on this bright Septem
ber morning the interior was made
lustrous by the presence of a number
of nuns in spotless white, solemnly
receiving the sacrament. A somewhat
profane common person in a clean blue
smock took snuff as he contemplated
the scene, and remarked to me, "That
makes a pretty picture, ma fol!" It
was even more than that.
Of the battlefield one sees without
difficulty everything that remains to
be seen. The old mill by which Ed
ward III staid with his reserves while
the Black Prince won the day and his
spurs has been removed only within
the last 12 years. It is a pity that it
had to go; but onemay sympathize also
with the French proprietor of it; he
must have got rather weary of it, he
must have got weary at seeing exult
ant Britons standing at its base and
looking at the wheat fields and acres
of beetroot below with pride in their
hearts. But the site, of course, is not
so readily removable; and any one
may from this capital vantage ground
understand with what precision the
English king could follow the details
of the combat which ended in the
wreck of the hopes of his brother of
The Deepest Coal Pit i. Frsace.
The deepest coal pit in France sla the
Arthur de Buyer of the Ronchamp
group bf collieries, in the Haute-Sa
one. The shaft has only just been com
pleted. Its depth is 1130 yards, diam
eter 13 teet, and it has taken five years
to finish. The ventilation, which is ef
fected by several huge electric fans, is
said to be very satisfactory. The coal
has been struck exactly at the point
calculated by K, POuPe, the a._
ot THE KING'S JESTER.,
Earth is the great King's kitchen, wide
sat and vast,
rat Where each of us, a laboring cook, doth
ite o bake for him some dainty unsurpassed,
en To win his regal favor each doth vie.
For 'tis to him who cooks the daintiest
A boon, that he shall leave his humble
And gladly mount the great King's marble
do To swagger in his halls in gold and lace.
Chance is a jolly jester, wand'ring through,
Wto Who, bent on mischief, casts his eyes
To find another seruvv trick or two
00 That to his far-famed foolship may re
an He spies a nasty baking merrily,
And quickly, ere the busy cook can
of With finger pokes it, swelling airily
And lo!-our daintiest cake is turned to
e -Joseph H. Gregory, in Life.
HUMOR OF THE DAY.
le "I loved you," he raved. "from the
first night I had your father's rating in
ht Bradstreet's."-Philadelphia North
"What is the meaning of the word
es natural?" asked the teacher of a small
or pupil "It's the way we act before we
Of learn manners," was the answer.
in " He thought he would be shrewd,
And wed for money;
,Well, now he is beshrewed
st Is that not funny?
d -Philadelphia Press.
Father-"My daughter tells me, sir,
r_ that you have been making love to
her." Clubberly-"I don't know why
she should single me out among so
many."-Detroit Free Press.
Wife (to unhappy husband)-"I
wouldn't worry, John; it doesn't do
te any good to borrow trouble." Hus
n band-"Borrow trouble? Great Caesar.
e my dear, I ain't borrowing trouble; I
have it to lend."-Tit-Blts.
r "I see that a Swiss engineer has In
e. vented a brake that will stop na flying
e express-train inside of eight yards."
ea "Good. But how about the passen
I- gers-are they expected to stop, too?"
o -Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Pearson-"I'd like to know who sent
me this abusive letter. I'll bet it was
that crank next door." Mrs. Pearson
e "I don't think so, John. It must have
been some one who knows you much
d better than he does."-Tit-Bits.
"I wish I knew whether there is
anything in Mr. Shadyside or not,"
said Miss Bellefield to Miss Bloomfield.
"Have you thought of testing him
with the cathode ray?" asked the lat
The rabbit met the Belgian hare
And said with grand and lordly air:
e "When pledge of good luck man secures
1 My left hind leg's as good as yours."
i Towne-"That boy of Jones's is old
er than he looks, isn't he?" Browne
"I don't think so. Why?" Towne-
a "I saw him out skating to-day, and he
never once tried to see how near he
could go to the danier-sign without
3 falling in."-Philadelphia Press.
3 "He quotes a great deal of poetry."
said the young woman. "Then I
shouldn't bother about him," said Miss
Cayenne, "He is probably not serious.
A man never quotes poetry except
when he is too lazy to think of some
thing to say on his own account."
A Crab Goliath.
In Central America there lives a rob
ber crab, of almost incredible size,
and somewhat resembling a large spi
der. The distance be'*Been its ex
tended claws is sometimes as great as
twelve feet. It spends the greater
part of its life on land, and climbs the
cocoanut trees, on the fruit of which
it lives almost entirely. It digs in the
ground deep tunnels and lines them
with cocoanut fibre.
When engaged the robber crab can
break a man's limb with its powerful
claws. Animals approaching it too
closely often receive an ugly plinch,
which they do not soon forget, and it
is on record that one of these crabs
has captured and tried to drag off a
To open a cocoanut the robber crab
removes the bark from the end con
taining the three eyes, one only of
which is easily penetrated, and having
found this, it revolves the nut against
the point of one of Its spindle legs un
til the opening is large enough for it
to insert its great claw. With this it
breaks the shell, grinds the contents
into small pieces an4 carries them to
A Tale-Bearing Marble.
Lord Kelvin once surprised his class
by the quick and amusing manner in
which he solved a problem on "sound."
In the midst of an experiment Lord
Kelvin had ceased lecturing, and was
silently watching, along with most of
the students, the progress of an exper
iment. There was a dead silence,
which was suddenly and rudely bro
ken by the sound of a marble, which
an inattentive pupil had purposely
dropped, and which continued to roll
and drop, drop, drop down all the tiers
of benches till it reached the ground
floor. Meanwhile Lord Kelvin had
quickly turned around and observed
where the marble emerged on the
floor. He counted back the number
of times he had heard it drop, and
"Mr. X- of the seventh tier, you
may report to me after the lecture."
The eminent scientist had correctly
spotted tne culprit. - Mainly About
Mushroom Culture by Ants.
In the American Naturalist Profes
sor Wheeler describes a new genus of
insect living commensally with certain
ants. The general reader will, how
ever, be specially interested in
the so-called "mushroom gardens"
formed by the ants in question. It
appears that they cut and transport
Into their subterranean cellars large
pieces of leaves, which are there di
vided Into smaller fragments, and ul
timately reduced to a fine pulp. "This
pulp is heaped up, and soon becomes
invaded by the mycelium of a fungus.
The mycelium is kept aseptically
clean-i. e., free from all species of
fungi and even from bacteria-and in
duced to grow in an abnormal way
by bringing forth minute swellings
which constitute the only food of the
ant colony. Moiler likens these swell
ings to the 'kohlrabl' of the German
Denmark is a small country, but it
has the great distinction among en
lightened nations of exporting the best
butter in the world. A report of Frank
H. Hitchcock. chief of the division of
foreign markets in the agricultural
department at Washington, says that,
while butter is the most valuable ex
port of the Danes, "they import a good
deal of butter of the cheaper sort from
the United Statee," -
Investlgauons recenuy made by
medical committee in Edinburgh shoe
that the poor of that city are quite a
well fed as those in the large towns a
Great Britain or America. The com
mittee regrets that the old diet o
porridge and milk of the laboring
classes has been given up for tea ane
bread. It also points out that white
bread as an energy-producer, is betta
Proposed Alliance with England.
If the United States and England should
form an alliance, the combined strength
would be so great that there would be little
chance for enemies to overcome us. In a
like manner, when men and women keep
up their bodily strength with Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, there is little chan e of
attacks from disease. The old time remedy
enriches the blood, steadies the nerves, and
increases the appetite. Try it for dyspepeia
The Paris National library,which has
today over 2,000,000 volumes, was
opened in 1645 with 1,300 volumes. It
includes today, among other things,
about 280,000 volumes relating to
French history and 611,000 volumes
relating to the history of other coun
Sometimes historians tell us that if
was only Dutchmon and not English
men who bought the red man's lane
instead of stealing it. Such state
ments have been made in New York
but if we pass on to Philadelphia we
hear that it was only Quakers whc
were thus scrupulous, and when we I
arrive in Baltimore we learn that il'
was only Roman Catholics. In poln a
of fact, it was the invariable custon
of European settlers on this Atlantic
coast to purchase the lands on whicd
they settled and the transaction wa:
usually recorded in a deed to whicl
the Sagamores affixed their marks
Nor was the affair such a mocker;
as it may at first thought seem to us Ii
says a writer in the Atlantic Monthly
The red man rot what he sorely cov
eted, steel hatchets and grindstones t
glass beads and rum, perhaps muskets
and ammunition, while he was apt te
reserve sundry rights of catching ao
game and fish. A struggle was in
evitable when the white man's agricul.
ture encroached upon and exhaustec
the Indian's hunting ground; bu
other circumstances usually brought I. T
on long before that point was reached 8'
The age of iron superseded the stone
age in America by the same law oc
progress that from time immemoria
has been bearing humanity onwarc
from brutal savagery to higher and
more perfect life. In the course of ii
our forefathers certainly ousted and
dispossessed the red men, but they di q
not do it in a spirit of robbery.
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than an other makeis because THY AXE THE BEST. Your
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Take no substitute!h InsWt on having W. L. Doulau shoeswith
nmt anod plece star.ned on bottom. It your dealer wiil not get them for
you, send direct to factory, eneloedng price and 25e. er h for carriore.
oaite mind of lether. slire, and width. plain or cap toe. Our shoes will
reach you anywhere. rittes fo Catlofgu showmigg 5o wSprin etpies.
We ue F]Pst Color W. L. Dougla hoe (O.,
Eyelets ina ll our shoes. Brocktoa, Mas.
L% U COFFEE
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALLI
.,goes on every package of
Make sure that there is a lion head
on every package before purchasing.
That tells pa tiW its telluai e, and ent a glazed offe, .
If you don't see my head on the package, don't buy it.
If not at your grocer's try another store.
All leading stores keep it.
Watch our next advertisement Is now the leader of them all,
and is used in millions of homes.
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list. No housekeeper, in
fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness,
comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from
the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages (which is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold).
WOOLsoN snc CO., TOLEDO. Oile.
in this Paper and Increase your
An advertisement Is a silent Canvaser who Is
. Always at Work In your Interest.
Por Ilberal rates applyt. the Publishers.
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set r mews n al o Ir thie '2 Sanei
l nltaleyt few ryeam wm tabs
anurable. lor a genat maheney Tole
Io IAunced it losal dtel a an
ea.tedais aend by n ertantly en eto
sure withle o treatment, pronon it in.
u.rable. Science ha proven eatarrbe to be
constitutional disease and therefore reires
aonsotutional treatment Hall's Catarsnti ue,
oe factsre by F. J. Cheney Co., Toled
alfrelo eon itoutosarh crpe on the
maeta, Itre taken int.erenally in dosee fro
i dros etoa tsaspoonl Itm acts direeot on
he offer one hundred dollars for any ase
it fails to oure. Send for circlar, and testl
monials. Address F.J. Cesseuv Co.,Toledo. 0.
hualts Family Pills are the beet
*lnKedar'e'Fents." by Henry Seton Merri
mnn11For all women there would be no poll
ice: there were no poulit clans.
Rect For the Bowels.
No matter what ails you, headaech to a
cancer, you will never get well until your
bowels are put right. Cascaruw s help
nature, cure you without agripe or pain,
Iroduce easy natural movements, cost you
just 10 cents to start getting your health
back. CAscasars Candy Cathartlic, the
genuine, put up in metal boxes, every tab
let has C.0.o. stamped on it. Beware ci
The Sultan's creditors will learn with
hleasure that he has nstall d a telephone in
his pal ,ce.--Pittsburg News.
Dyeing is as simple as washing when you
us, lUTNur FrEKLoSS Dios. Sold by all
Johne Wanamaker has been re-ele tod pres.
ident of the Pennsylvania State Sabbathr
Scho 1i Association.
If you want "good digestion to wait ureon
your atppetit," you should always chew a bar
of Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti.
The HZobrew population of London has
more than doubled during the last twenty
years. It is now estimated at 10,00U0 and 10,.
Pi 'sw' ure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for , oughs aud colds,- N. W.
haML'EL, Ocean Grove N. J,, Feb, 17, 1900.
The United States supplies the greatest
number ot viitor from abroad to Carlyle's
birthplace iu Ecclefechan, Dumfrlesshire,
MTrp.V;nslow's Foothing Syrup for children
Ia--eing, soften s the gume, reduces infainma.
un, allays pain, ,ures wind cole.ic. la bottle.
At a street fair in Wichita this fall one o
the chief features was an arch forty teet
high, constructed entirely of apples.
In its most aggravated form has beenm smetaly
cured with smarll eeo of arb Orehard Water.
There are in the United States 80 Berllnas.
i Hambures. 23 towns bearing the name of
Paris and 13 thjt of Londoa.
Traveling salesmen with or without experience
$O0.00 and expenses. For partlcula s write
i'oahoaias 'lobaoco Workl Bedford City, Va.
In, the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx
of New York city, alone there are 14 miles
of asphlt pavement.
1he great public schools of the large citia
use Larter's Ink exclusively. It is the best
and costs no more than the poorest. Get it.
The Chinchona tree, from which we ret
quinine, only grows at an elevation of 7,000
to 10,000 feet in the Andes.
HELP FOR WOMEN
j WHO ARE ALWAYS TIRED.
° "I do not feel very well, I am so
u tired all the time. I do not know what
, is the matter with me."
4 You hear these words every day; al
s often as you meet your friends Just so
n often are these words repeated. More
than likely you speak the same signifi
cant words yourself, and no doubt you
do feel far from well most of the time.
Mrs. Ella Rice, of Chelsea, Wis.,
whose portrait we publish, writes that
she suffered for two years with bear
i. ing-down pains, headache, backache,
and had all kindsof miserable feelings,
all of which was caused by falling and
inflammation of the womb, and after
doctoring with physicians and numer
ous medicines she was entirely cured by
Mns. ELLA Rica
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
If you are troubled with pains,
fainting spells, depression of spirits,
reluctance to go anywhere, headache,
backache, and always tired, please re
member that there is an absolute
remedy which will relieve you of your
suffering as it did Mrs. Rice. Proof
is monumental that Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound is the
greatest medicine for suffering women.
No other medicine has made the cures
that it has, and no other woman has
helped so many women by dieect advice
as has Mrs. Pinkham; her experience
is greater than that of any living per
son. If you are sick, write and get
her advice; her address is Lynn. Mass
Pretty Girt Clerk's Wish.
It was a great department story
where the crowds surge past the coun
ters ceaselessly from the hour of open
lng even unto the hour of closing, ant
the questions the clerks answer are
many. And a girl with pretty face ant
dark eyes, eyes that were so large an,
deep that it seemed when you looked
into them that you were looking ints
an everlasting depth of soft color, ant
with dark hair that came over the
white forehead with a graceful, old
fashioned and decidedly becomlnj
manner, stood among the perfume,
and Uth brushes and answered the
questions aid wrote down her sale
and called "eash" In a tired voice. Ant
as the Disordered Brain walked pas
he noticed the tired eyes, albeit the:
were lost in the glimpse of the rid
velvet hues, and he heard her say: '
wish I had a raise, or a fortune, or 1
The Sunday school furnishes the on,
Indispensable element of a complete
life, and this never leaves the men.
Rev. A. Blikovuky, Universalist, Balti.
5eat Aaseaptio wK ase.
Cores in Man
Rheumatism, cramps, strains,
sprains, lameness, and all aches.
For Your Horse
Cures cuts, kicks, bruises; kills
a spavin, curb or splint; dispels
Family size, ii cents. Horse size, So cents
and$.co. Ask your dealer or druggist for it.
Prepared by Dr. Earl 5. Sloss, Boston,Mass.