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A NINE YEARS' VICTIM FINDS A
REMEDY THAT OURES.
For Two Years Too Weak to Work-A Dozen
Doctors Had Tried to Chnck Disease.
Treatment That Succeeded. I
All sufferers from weakness or disor
ders of the digestive organs will read
with lively interest the story of the comn
plete recovery of Mrs. Netclie Darvoux
from chronic dyspepsia which was
thought to be incurable.
" To be ailing for nine years is not a
very pleasant experience," said Mrs.
Darvoux, when asked for some account
of her illness. " For two years I was
critically ill and could not attend to my
household duties, and at one time I was
so weak and miserable that I could not
even walk. My trouble was chronic dys.
pepsia. I became extremely thin and
had a sallow complexion. I had no ap.
petite and could not take any food with.
out suffering great distress."
"Did you have a physician?"
"Yes, I took medicine from a dozen
different doctors, but without getting
any benefit whatever."
"How did you get on the track of a j
"A book about Dr. Williams'Piiink Pills
was thrown in our doorway one day.
My husband picked it up and read it
through carefully. He was so impressed
by the statementsof those who had been
cured by that remedy that he iime
diately bought three boxes of tie pills
and insisted on my taking them."
"Did they help you at once?"
"I began to feel better the second day
after I started to use the pills and by the
ttme I had taken the three boxes I was
entirely well. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
can cure even when doctors fail, and
they cure thoroughly, for a long time
has passed since my restoration to health
and I know it is complete and lasting."
The surest way to make sound diges
tion is to give strength to the organs con- Ro
cerned. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills give yei
now vigor to the blood. No other rem- Go
edy yields such radical results. as
Mrs. Darvoux lives at No. 497 Sixth kill
street, Detroit, Mich. Dr. Williams' of
Pink Pills are sold by all druggists in leg
every part of the world. Dyspeptics fesm
should send to the Dr. Williams Med.
icine Company, Schenectady. N. Y., for I
a new booklet entitled" What to Eatl GL!
and How to Eat."
1 Land of Bad Snowdrifts.
The worst snowdrifts experienced li
by any railroad are said to be those a cot
in Sweden. Although the cold is not etess
sc intense as in some of our western whict
states, the snowfall is heavy and con- dictio
tihuous. The snow plows of various Nin
kinds which are used on these roads says,
are said to be the most powerful in both
the world. There are times, however, before
when even this machinery fails to tinues
clear the way, when hundreds of men Some
must be employed to ding out the twill d
stalled tr?,ira the at
- - - ----------- Germs
Cost of impatience. year."
In the impatient mood we are apt to theate
spend far more energy than is r'~ and
quired in the doing of our work; and realm
this excess is lost, says the Indian- of a m
apolis Nows. We cannot estimate the known
value of the power thus misplaced. Willal
When the impatient mood becomes the a nota
habit of a life-time you can under- place."
stand that failure, and perhaps loss "in tht
o0 health and energy, are inevitable. grave
Railway carriages transformable in. a ete.
to ambulance compartments for the at thes
use of passengers who have taken ill the ia
have been provided on the Prussla the pla
railways for express routes, that tht
nh-- in 1906,
In the Spring. -*&o". her pre
Lowndes, Mo., April lOth.-Mrs. H every o,
C. Harty of this place, says:
"For years I was in very bad health. Ba
Every spring I would get so low that One
I was unable to do my own work. I s
seemed to be worse in the spring than its od p
any other time of the year. I was armies.
very weak and miserable and had 'as adC
much pain in my back and head. I army ab(
saw Dodd's Kidney Pills advertised net was
last spring and began treatment of shape th
them and they have certainly done me trenchinr
more good than anything I have ever night fig
"I was all right last spring and felt anese f
better than I have for over ten years. where bi
I am fifty years of age and am strong. both sid
er to-day than I have been for many Conseque
years and I give Dodd's Kidney Pills at Washi
Credit for the wonderful improve- the Unite
ment." rifle ado,
The statement of Mrs. Harty is only inches lo
one of a great many where Dodd's and prep
Kidney Pills have proven themselves way at th
to be the very best spring medicine, the chang
They are unsurpassed as a tonic and
are the only medicinhe used in thou. Senate
sands of families. When C
Fruit stains can be removed with day for tl
Powdercd starch, if applied at once. Ing for his
An Old Field Weed. sired a s
Many seeing that old field dweed, the and Sena
mullein stalk, never consider the good room?"
it is accomplishing in curing lung room?
throublese pdresents in Taylor's replied La
Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and woman or
oullein the finest known remedy for Ihat perso
coughs, croup, colds and consumption. you the wa
boAt druggists, 25c., 50c. and $1.00 a place in
- 'What is
hSome people are so egotistical that 'The Wash
dthey imagie everybody they meet is the Oskaloc
glad to see them. meet is
Superior quality and extra quantity A remarl
mUst wi'n. This is why Defiance has Just beS
is taking the place of all others, has just be
____ _ of Burgos,
A courtship sometimes reverts to was brough
the courts. Ing from s
*.DSid geons decli
* , ,, F rit*P Rsdemedui. was the on
Ore dO=,, no~d~ t L . otIs--p°o wre j). Brother Car
Vanity Causes slrong men to appear penser, at c
eak. the surgeon
A so d frame is better than a sound. pieces of nlI
n one. ncisions. '
i FAMOUS HUNTER AND GUIDE
NOW WITH THE PRESIDENT
... . , r4i 4N
was vei t's part while ..n +'a '"fst ae n nt a fae
dyears ago, when he piloted Mr. Roosevelt nt t o nooa ion4 famour
Gof,, who is 40 years old, was born i, b Indin to te Cootrald ion cos^tints
as a hunter led him into the moantains whife, sti a oy. t fis n atur id h ehs
killed 250 mountain lions and a like nu ber of stall , '±unts wait a asc
of dogs which are all bred and trained by oh earsHel a unts wh it as pac.
leged, can climb trees after lions. For years, it is a p ro
lessional guide for wealthy men, all of whom he conts n as ariends.
g ieRo e e t s p r y w i i n C l r d , f r t c m n o c i n l f m 4444
!, 'r GLOOMY PROPHECIES FOR 1905.
Much Trouble Predicted by Noted
rience Mine. De Thebes, of Paris. enjoys
athose a considerable reputation as a proph
is not etess and her "Almanac" for 1905, in
resters which she makes some curious pre
id con- dictions, is being widely read.
arious Nineteen hundred and five, she
roads says, will be a "red year," and wars
rful In both on sea and land will take place
wdver, before it closes. "England," she con
Ils to tinues, "will suffer many losses.
f men Some of her most notable persons
t th will die and their deaths will attract
the attention of the entire world. For
Germany, too, it will be a gloomy
year."1 France, she says, will be the
theater of some sensational events
and will win new victories in the
and realm of thought through the works I
an- of a man of genius, who is as yet un. t
dan- known. Belgium and Spain, she adds, 1
eetde will also be disturbea, and "in Rome c
s the a notable change will suddenly take i
ider- place." Finally she maintains that h
losi "In the domain of European politics v1
de. grave crises and irreparable losses tl
will occur during 1905." µ
Meteorologists smile incredulotly
ei at these predictions, all of which are
based on the motions and aspects of
s1a1 the planets, but Mme. de Thebes says b,
that they will not be so ready to smile ti
in 1906, for by that time the truth of sc
her predictions will be manifest to cc
every one. st
ith Bayonet Restored to Favor. isd
One of the results of the Russo-Jap- se
I anese war is to restore the bayonet to foi
han its old prominence as a weapon in all di(
as armies. When the Krag model of rifle inf
wad was adopted for the United States ce:
I army about fifteen years ago the bayo- th
sed net was shortened and so changed in sel
of shape that it might be used as an in- fro
me trenching tool if desired. But the die
ver night fighting in Manchuria has re- Ins
peatedly brought the Russian and Jap- wh
felt anese forces into close quarters, rac
irs. where bayonets have been used on the
both sides with tremendous effect. thh
,ny Consequently the army general staff bah
Ills at Washington has determined that Inq
ve- the United States bayonet for the new
rifle adopted in 1903 shall be four Dec
ily inches longer than the Krag bayonet A
d's and preparations are already under as
es way at the national armories to make men
ie. the change.-Hartford (Conn.) Times, ice
u' Senator Allison Well Known. ern
When Congressman Lacey of Iowa are
was climbing Capitol hill the other hone
tb day for the last time before depart- meal
ing for his Oskaloosa home he encoun- tinuc
'.ered a stranger. "Can you tell me, five
sir," was the inquiry, "where I will must
ie Wnd Senator Allison's committee. mont
room'?" "Go to the capitol, yonder," appli
replied Lacey, "and ask the first man, pe
d woman or child you happen to meet, one
ir hat person will surely be able to tell men
Sy)'OU the way. There is only one other select
a place in the city better known." ployn
'What is that?" asked the stranger, term
'The Washington monument," replied ears
the Oskaloosan. five v
A Friar's Self-Sacrifice.
A remarkable act of self-sacrifice ev
has just been recorded at the hospital after
of Burgos, Spain. A girl of 4 years conclu
was brought Into the hospital suffer- score
lng from severe burns, and the sutr ion in
geons declared that flesh grafting annou
was the only chance of saving her, held t
Brother Carrasco, who is attached to Endea'
the hospital as infirmarian and dis. men sI
penser, at once offered himself, and use m;
the surgeon took twenty.eight small concer
pieces of flesh at as many different highest
Incisions. The friar refused anaes- assistai
R 1905. BUY HOMES IN WASHINGTON.
Noted United States Senators Who Live
Permanently at the Capital.
enjoys Within the past week two handsome
proph- residences in the fashionable section
1905, in of the city have been purchased by
us pre- United States Senators. One of the
purchasers was Senator Long ofs
e, she Kansas the other Senator Burkett
d wars of Nebraska. These transactions di I
e place rect attention to the fact that more
tie con- than 25 per cent of the members of
losses. the Senate now own homes in Wash.
ersons ington. Many members of the House
attract of Representatives have acquired
Id. For I homes here. Besides, many members
omy I of Congress have lbought real estate ,
be the in the District, either as investments
events or for speculative purposes. The l
n the purchase of homes causes many ofi
works 'these men and their families to spend
'et un- the greater portion of the year In
adds, Washington, They send their chil
Rome dren to the local public schools or to
take private educational institutions, they
that become more or less caosely Identified o
Dlitics with the business and social life of t1
losses the city, and their interest in it grows bc
with the years.--Washington Times.
ot sly -_ _ _si_
h are Population Growing Everywhere,
its of Sociologists in recent years have Is
says been giving us a lot of views and sta. af
smile tistics as to the restrictions whicn tIo
th of society has placed upon the ordinary ce
kt to course of nature and we have been in- H
structed time and again that the chief It
duty of man is to multiply and replen- po
ish the earth. en the whole that an
-Jap- seems to be what the race is doing, to
et to for every census In civilized lands in by
n all dicates that the population is grow.
rifle ing rapidly, due not only to a general
ates cessation of wars, but to the fact that mi
ayo- the people take better care of them- nee
d In selves and live longer. A statement
in- from the life insurance companies in
the dicates that the average life of the
re- Insured man is more than 40 years, ver
Jap- which indicates that for the whole cal
era, race it must be much nearer 40 than of
on the former standard of 33. Largely "yPl
ect. this is due to the fact that more YOU
taff babies reach maturity.-Philadelphia whi
hat Inquirer. your
our Decorations for Faithful Workmen. cler.
net A system of industrial decorations som
der as a means of encouraging working. I ge
Lke men to a faithful and continued serv- was
es. Ice In the same establishment has poin
been instituted by the Belgian gov- l
ernment. The prescribed conditions The
wa are that the person selected for the
pcr honor must have been in the employ-.
rt- ment of one firm or manufactory con- cipal
in- tinuously for not less than twenty- tions
he five years, and that th e candidate efen
iii must be recommended to the govern- tarrh
'e- mont by his employer for faithful etc.,
'" application and service during that at o
n, period. The limitations are that only Main
't" one candidate for every 100 work
11 men In each establishment may be ott
;r selected yearly if the term of em- livia,
ployment is twenty-five years; if the hot ei
r. term of employment reaches thirty
d .ryears one candidate for every twenty.
five workmen may be selected. o:n
interest In Religion Urged, stock
e Rev. Dr. Charles A. Crane of Boston, mer a
1 after careful inquiry, has come to the pkg. T
conclusion that there are about seven
score different fads or kinds of rellg- 1le
ion in that city. Dr. Crane made this exposu
announcement at a revival meeting the da
held under the auspices of Christian it on e
Endeavor societies. -e urged that
men should be more interested in the No e
use made of religion than In views bett
concerning it and declared that the of othe,
highest act of worship is to use divine
assistance to the limit of human Fost
THOUGHT SHE WOULD DIE.
DENT rs. S. W. Marine of Colorado Springs
DENT Began to Fear the Worst--Dan's
Kidney Pills Saved Her.
Mrs. Sarah Marine, of 42S St. Urain
street, Colorado Springs, Colo., Presi.
dent of the Glen Eyrie Club, writes:
"f suffered for
three years with
se v ere back.
ache. The doc
tors told me my
Skildneys were af
fected and pre.
scribed medi. i
cinei for me, but
I found that it A
wasJ only a waste
of time and O
money to take
them, and began II
to lear that I
would never get
wlcl. A friend
advised me to try Doan's Kidney PillJ. So
Within a week after I began using .
them I was so much better that I de
cided to keep up the treatment, and
when I had used a little over two Th
boxes I was Pntirely well. I have nowl iI
enjoyed the best of health for more V
than four months, and words can but
po(rly express my gratitude."
For sale by all dealers. Price ,
Scents. Foster-.Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N.Y.
rtPalm wire to '
Palm wine is made from the sap
OOzing from the ('ut-off blossom stems
of the oily palm.tree and ofthe cocoa
S trec It is a pleasant, refreshing bev TI
,rage, and not sufficiently known, by :al
If You Are Sick, Doctor! #it
When the medicinal properties of Saw -or
Palmetto Berries were sovered the ro S
ertion o i th ormanet cure of Stomach -CI
e Kidneys and Bladdr troblea was lo
settled, Vernat 1'almf (ton Palmetto
Bery WiDine) is n ._
Smery sie) is T"onnended by thousands I Talt
d oe fomer sufferers. It relieves the inflasm. o
mation and cures the disease. Don' suffer
from Dyspepsia, constipation, backache
sd heahe e, sernal Pahnettona will cure you. "TI
ne four Write for frec trial bottle to Vernal rc
ountry emdy Co., Le o Sold by abl
nstincts druggists. • • d by bly
hhe Ilfeboatmen at Gorieston, Eng. I'res
pack land, went on strike for hihor wages
is al- and when signa ls . of distress were hel ft:
a pro. sounded from a lightship they re. yoiu-'
fused to put out in their boat. An-oba ud
other crew had to take out the boat. rok
T I it Will Do You Likewise. l"'Ti
Live "As a Tonic and strength builder uI tt
al. have never fround aonything to equal uthat
S Simmon's Sarsaparilla. It actually ti
,dsome makes me want to work, even there Press.
section lazy Spring days." e
of the T. M. Saunders, sir.
ag of Tanglpahoa, Lan. lc'sn'l
urkett ------------ sw]
n I There is one comparison we never tilfe is
ls tt yet heard a man make: his first wife's in hopu
,or d thehi r er... .... •ork tSo l w ie ' ors
more I children with his second wife's.--At0h. ton Sta
ers ofA ison Globe .
Wash. a "The
House -- ingly ,
Huired How's This ? ator Sc
i We offer One lu ladred h D.lars Reward f uer sa two rea
mbers vatarrh Chure. he gr
berase of Catarrh that canout be cured by Hall's e
estate F. J. CHIENEy & CO., Toledo, O. catch E
meats i oth''e nBders gned. have known F. J. Choney ac
merts orthelas1 years, and believe him perfectly hon. thing. -
The oraille or all buasneea transect.onP and fnancl rom. t
abie to carry out any obllgat,nrs made orhi ararm heyi
y of WAI.DINa. KINAN &d oMAVIN, T o
spend ' Ca ol esle Drugglls.I Toledo, O. And S1
s C n ure It taken Interoally, acting
r n drectly upon the bood and mucous urfaes o tebs i S
system. Testlmnolati sent free Price cent pta o
hy lk theatre
Ie_ In every village af Germany the pay Iather
eof the teachers is increased according plain tlh
c to fixed rule, and a fter a certain num. ioor."
Swsi her of years of service they are pen. just thh
es. sioned. mirs
Great Activity foyer."
have Is shown without any disagreeable Fashbio
ta- aftereffects, by Dr. Caldwell's (laxa. ounce., T
hicn tive) Syrup Pepsin, in going to the suits."
seat of your trouble, when you are a aiting c
nary victim of Constipation, Biliousness, and attei
o in- Headache, Indigestion, Dizziness, etc. lionnlres
'hief It gently but firmly drives out the
,len- poisons that are causing your illness, i ie
that and braces up all your internalorgans fresh sni
'lag to do their proper work. Try it. Sold York We
in by all druggists at 50 and $1.00, "Childro
Money back if it falls, teacher to
ral A man never kicks if his name is gbive us sc
hat misspelled in the police records of a the loser
em- newspaper, it .hiS?"
In- Philadelphia Provinciallism, "Please, t
the As a stranger In Philadelphia I was ns blood, 1
rs, very much amused by certain provin dish gravj
ole clalsms. One of these was the use o
tan of the word "off" instead of "from." a
ely Please buy flowers otff me," say the We all
~re youthful street venders. One day, want fries
hia while waiting for some groceries, a our societ:
young lady, evidently unused to house. to finrl us
keeping, approached the raw Irish will feel i
i clerk, and timidly asked: "I want again. Bu
some mutton to make broth. Shall selves int
I get it olff the neck?" "No, ma'nam," tion,?
was the solemn reply, as the clerk To be ino
as pointed to the butcher busy at hiself to the ;
block, "ve git it off that mpn. epleit
The Presb3 terian. beople. it
Dr. Hunter, Specialist, own mlstak
If you have any ailment, state prln. j ¶othler persor
L- cipal symptoms and get a list of ques. is to give .
y' tions, books, etc. A new system of love human
;e scientific specialists treatment for ca. great world
3- tarrh, bronchitis, asthma, consumption, iossess free
ii etc., by Inhalation, which you can use thoughts, to
at your home. Dr. J. H. Hunter, 310 to one who
Main St., Houston.
Water freezes every night through. the beautifu
8 out the year at Alto Crucero, in Bo
livia, while at noonday the sun is
t hot enough to cause actual suffering. His audlen
InIlst on Getting it, well bred, thn
orne grocers say they don't keep a respectful 1
Defiance Starch because they have a When, for
stock in hand of 12 oz. brands, which
they know cannot be sold to a custo. avowed:
mer who has once Used the 16 oz. "I believe,
pkg, Defiance Starch for same money, ernment own
The emerald improves In color on lhnds, ater
exposure to the light. Pearls kept i s plantr
the dark lose their luster, but regain BS a murmur
It On exposure to the sun.
No chromnos or cheap premiums, buf tones spoke o
af better qua~ltyand one-third more "And I also
Defiance Starch for the same price Onership of
of other starches,ge pr ie eshis o
~ 1lone man, cried
lmlrs i good thing so long as it is they denouncE
im(DlL • ia list-Pu ck .
)ULD DIE. ( AN OLO TALE IN RIirt~iE.
P In iow 'a n~ :t a the mcl o re
lorado Springs lt ; 5lti ~A'p~
os were af-D An' , ye't l wo ,l ,i at ni4ht,
dr and pr Ie e, 'a d to t:make ,-" tyki.
'd m edS . A. soi, ,,rain(,i. , n .i, ,e .
" for me, butAr ."nt aifnre the gran.
Colo., Pros!. IIT, t~ol s lrr,ýtin.lt "
und that it At la. with gentle, knlh- t I g
nly suffered for He ,t llhat d.u y w u,,re.
Sears with Ti oner of t ,rha rtI , tlar wherep
vore back.11 W ll k t(( aIa nt l
e. The doe- t ut li kin onl,, d itd h r ndt "l;.
l. and me my An d lft himowl and there wit more.
ear that I ,, nd water h,, cou hl dra s pp. e
' n ve,,t w har'k- you httlc beast." he cried;
neys were af" o An!e met your match drwn tuhe tyk." e
efdney prills. Soe little time did he allow;
e-nuig \ week was past anI on,;
edthat I e d 1e- Anal srttin. tandttt hum
Sfor ment, a he pup' was gett ing ot n.
undover twohat it pup. he fla. nd. with gent bar kini stcr
only a waste fTeat c, flow p~up h,. htour,!
t a e tnd Or "tier(,. ;cerhla1t s;)~u d sac', where
is can butegan I t him her with food sapplie
ear that nd catero Newl k
d never get "Xhuh,~ viiihit littl ha~ut," i cried1;
A frice yud
afdney Pdlls3 Somte litte time did ;, allow;
hegan using bey wI al inew anlat poan gt
tha inewn. lihe returder- to tin!d hoL .
tment, ri d e e pianoand
s hof --r--I understood hims to say 'daft':" y]
Stomc --Cleveland Leadhr..8
over twFo Tewas up, he fond of Ebenezerkin Strst
for more Was very ishot n l d her beau- t D
Re i nl Y o u . sh o u ld see ' e m --E b sard Fs.
s can but -hiadelia Press. e.,
0.cka "Thor say there's no chance for the mak
SPric h in the ext wor5." "That'prob. r
tythe ocoa- h t
"Criticos said I play ¬' hno
Or'! kithi a deft toac'h, didn't lteeth "WAaohy ILy:
es of ost evr-I uderything hineret etroit Fret'"
S, Eomach -Cl Press.velnd Lede
ubles waes ro was faond-"What dof d you give Isa- i
(Palmetto I*"Eb," for short, slit tilled her beau.. Dýa
thousands Talk of "tides of love!" (reat Caesar! i ohinlm Yusolde'e-E adF.
n's wsuffer a wedding present?" Mrs. Ja
ba c oa-h "T h ay dish. ouP se .yhurs. tme t°
,, .. ,,have
ce that he still hope's to hane for the luck to aki
clder win you." Jess--"Well, Pery will find you
Vernual rich it takes mnet world." "That's prob. trouwin
- thual mes. I'm no raffle.":--Philadelphia Wle,
Sold by ably the reason why they're getting Plton
"Mr. Bliggins mean. well. but he wens
Ll. doesn't eerystop to think." "Perehaps"" - Detroit wrhen
Pnswered Miss Cayenne, "he feels that son
ýn, Eng. rsiteI
)r wages Mrs Mason-"WVhat (id you give Isa- on
ss wero bet for a wedding present?" Mrs. Ja- 1ý ox
ney re- i-"A chting dish. You see trifed awaybus
sAtch ton Star. tains
n"The politician spaks very sicflatter her co
ngly of you." "Well," answered Sen.
e boator Sorghum "it must be for one of have
two reasons. HVere wants a favor or ellng me ai
that he wanstill hopes toto have the luck tios and tlar
hetchme off my guard about som fe.e
der thwin you." J-Washingts..'ln Star. scrate
equal that it takes more than luck toed win
tuallyAnd so. I'm looki fg for a girle."phldelp One aia
Sths Possessed o lots o cash ever r
"Mr. Bliggins means well, but he I wec
dMiss Elitel stop -"Reallto think" "Perhaps," when
theatnswered Miss Cayenne, "in the ifeels that Hon
never time itovaubleto betrifld away
wf'inhpls uetlins"1'sia; t-Atch. ,ton Star. Itains
"Father- p"Why-erquolitician speaks very flatter- her cA
ingly af you," "Well," answered Sen.I
ator Sorgplain that its austic be for one of knal
nu-poor." Miss Elitely--"Perhap bu whatdtn
Sjust thwo reasonsk There wants are favour or elset ia r
mirrors ints the lullobb my Iand three in th a re
ledo, cashionabltch me Tailor-ff"Go front at Asp
Chiney ~ bu some. c
" once Two yomuch alikeng you' clrks there after hambe
hesuits." ,New Man (whispering)--,Tm England
re waiting on a millionaire.', "Leave thi gine wi
edo, and atte And to I'mthe clerks. These a girl One ath
the lionarssesse don't buy new lots of cahes once cause or
in ive years. A clerk is good for a ox c
Ifresh suit every three months.'-.e Ehary
SYork Weekly.I think th is t
tea0, to he r las of sma fboy, ", .c.
hi gave us something that He did not give racksge
a the lower animals. Who can tell what pcokm- e
it was?" A little boy, who had beetltn don
exhibiting a cut fnger, rose to replya iaghes ar
"Please, teacher," he said, "God gave aets. an..
aa s blood, but he only gave the animals ctsa. be
t dish gravy."-Brooklyn Life. Snahd
ts cals. I!;
II" ow to Be Interesting. 12-oz. Pat
re We all want to be interesting" e i sgock h
leswant friends to come to us and enj digte now
our society, and we want one at leaon ue o,
shto find us so full of Interest that he rited rsn
t will feel he can never leave our side n efiand
allss ain. But how are we to enfold our- a nce
S ni sel tvs in the magr cloak of fascina, money ant
ok York stickyag.
as To be interesting is to adjust one's Thwa
self to the thoughts and minds of other sve nwa
people. It rs to be broad of heart and Stickorte
big of brain. It is to acknowledge ouriadepter f
own mistakes and not to think that nt e packfe
atheowerson is always in the wrong. It poucnA
s. to ive freely of our sympathy, to aet. omper
tlove humanity, and to apPreciate the Sar ces
*reat world in which we live. It is to r a a
"possess freedom, to bravely think fine cWe s.ou
tlboughts, to realize that all is possible whose dau
to one who wills, and to live a I.fe of in on lne
.the beautiful.--New York Globe. at.,ax,
a stoc and,
wRadicaln t e rthwotbren tn d 1
coHis audience, for the most part, was The objw
aomposed of conservatives, but being merely to
swll feel he thns far had given him si erslan
nt gan Buho arwe tohnodor eianceu
a" rsetful~ beastiking
When, for example, he earnesty onst waerl
avowed: 7 tis fe
"I believe with ao t my being on othe TofNw
ernment ow nership of public utilities; wi hose n
raperoads, steamships, car oIfea and diameter t
blghting plants,, there was note mudg or depth oI
is a murmur of disapprovalu brands contaT
But later, having warmed to h "e dark
chosen subjecl the orator in rinwihe livis toea
tones spoke out: i rmkdw
"And I also believe I ravely mhnk fon e We swn
ownership of Senators an dg epresent foedan
tatoves,' t h rs audlize t praset a nl is P e rwonse d
one man, crwed: "Nwl ano!" d o te alf fthonu ilf
consotn ed him as t cgaz soo and na n
the b autiful.- ew Y rk Gabe, wayg, arx,
A1 ,OPERATION AVOiDgE
ihe Was Told That an Operation
I supe) Inevitable. ow She Eshe r
When a physi'han tell, a .. .
p fering with ovarian or - "oman a.
S that an operationu h Iý. a , mro trod n
thought of the knife an the erati
re table strikes terror to her oratil
our hospitals are full of W eart,
*n the tyke for ovarian or womb operations, )lng
a, i here
-o News. / _ ____e ,
There are cases where an operati>b
'd is th e onlyresource, but when one con.
, ",I aiders the grnt num',er of cases of
ovarian and womb t obe cured b
Ludila . Pinkham's Vetable Cot.
new an- poundaftr phyieis h adIe
ife. perations, ino woman should submltt
o Submd t o ad to
one without irst trying the Vegetable
'.e piano Compoundand writing Mrs. Pinkhade
S"Wh Lynn, Mass.,, for advice, which is fr.
daft'." Miss Margret Merkley of 27$ Thin
Street, Milwaukee, Wis., writes:
r beau- Dear Mrs Pinkbam:
er eau-. 'Losa. of strr-ng
:agnar 'shooting through hthe pelvic hsno
t'esa. e owi paine and cramps chmt;,
me to seek medical advice. The octor, to!e.
for the !roubleand ulceration andadised an opera
tin. tion. To this stronga y objected and derided
etting F to try Lydta E. Pinkham's Vegetable Coe..
it trere pound. The ulceration quickly healed, l
the bad' symptoms disappeare and Iam
S one more strong,. vigorous and well."
rs. Ja- Ovaria and awomb troubles are sten .
m lyon the increase among Women. Ift
• . WS- or toe frequent and excessive-if you
S have pain or swelling low down in tha
ng me left aide, bearing down pains, leucor.
luck to rhn, don't neglect yourself : try Lyd
'ill find . Pinkham'a Veetahle. CTompcru
to win a
lelphia When a girl of 2, thr father is
pleased when she goes into his pock.
t he ts hen he comes home nights;
)ut ,e when she is 10, he is irritatedv and
rps." when she is o3, he gets mad-tch
Is that k son G.obe.
thing- Other states may boast of their cap
tains of industry, but Kentucky hag
latter- her colonels.
I Sen. j -gNait f an
ne of "Nails are a mighty good thing--pla.
r else ticularly finger nails-but I don't be
and fieve they were intended solely for
ome. scratching--thogh I used mine large.
ly for that purpose for several years.ra I
ved: was sorely affected and had it to d.
One application et Hunt's Cure, how
ever, relieved my itch and less than a
tt'a. box cured me entirely."
this J. Fl. MWard,
Her Index, Texas.
e A new fire station was opened ia
-btt London the other 'day, and to show
hif what they could do the firemen made
a "record" turnout in twenty sec
at A speaker at a meeting of the
fter chamberof agriculttre in Worcester
D England, said: "We have a fire-en.
hii gine which always goes to fires, never
il gets there, and always manages toh
cause one or two fires on the way."
,ra We s---o
a Every housekeeper should knowo
ie that if they waill buy Defianrce Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they will
1001 save not only time, because it never "
Od sticksr to the iron, but because each
ive package contains 16 oz.--one full
Ptouindwhib all other Cold Waterh
nt Starches are put up in 34-pound pack'
hies, and the price Is the same, 10
cents. Then again, because Defiance
Starch is free from all injurious chem
icals, If your grocer tries to sell you a
12-oz. Package it Is because he has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
Vs dispose of before he puts in Defiance.
o He knows that Defiance Starch has
he printed on every Package in large let
de ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand
Defiance and save much time and
Smoney and the annoyance of the Iron
sticking. Defiance never sticks.
The water Is so clear in the fiords
er of Norway that objects Ij inches in
Id diameter can be distinctly seen at a
ir depth of 150 feet,
tt geC&'B DEECTIVE AGEN(C,
eot r, OPerte She ILrlgOl forve
Give thou eau.o
e We should feel sorry for any home
whose daughter has no higher ambi
tion in life than to paint a stork stand
ing on one leg.Exchange.
B8ote,, 1Ix20 Bust Crayon Olots. send yoor
Scoto and scta and we will mate a 16zi0 Bust Crayon.
uhwtera ,ArkMti' Asaciatiea, Dallas, Teaa
The object of true education Is not
merely to make people do the right
things, but enjoy the right things;
not merely pure, but to love purity;
not merely just, but to hunger and
thirst after Justice.--Goethe.
Those Who Have Tried It
will use no other. Defiance Cold Wa.
ter Starch has no equal In Quantity
or Quality--16 oz, for 10 cents. Other
brands contain only 12 oz,
"The darkest hour," as the chicken
remarked when the colored man re
moved it from the roost, "Is just be'
Persons bearing the same surname,
although they may not be related in
any way, are forbidden to marry Il