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i, PE-RU.- A SAVED MY LIFE, Writes N Women Male Strour Mothers. Mrs. W. McRoberts. tni Hapty I Do All My House Catarrli ot the Pelvic Organs Is a Frequent Cause of Barreaness. Eradicate Catarrh the System. work and Take Care of My Baby and I Feel So From the woman of ancient 'T'O I become a mother Israel not to mas regarded as the greatest of earthly calamities. To become a mother more especially the mother of a stronj;, healthy boy mas the height of glory for the faithful woman of the good old Bible days. Even now. when maternity is not esteemed as of yore, the mother of healthy children is an object of admiration, and sometimes envy, by her neighbors. As compaied with ancient peoples, the average American woman has a low appreciation of motherhood. There are, however, a great many exceptions to this statement. Tha accompany mg letters from women who have been made strong, grateful healthy and happy mothers need no added words of ours to make them convincing. Catarrh had weakened and impaired their entiresystems. Peruna made them sound and well. Mrs. L. M. Griffith, Arco, Idaho, writes: 'Your medicine did me a wonderful amount of good. It cured me of barrenness. I am 30 years old and never had any children; but siace beginning vour medicine A YOUNG SUacobsOil Good' Sprains and Bruises . itjla f MOTHER'S LETTER Mr& W. McRoberts, writes to Dr. Hartman from Delano, Miss., the following; ci Delano, Miss, Doctor S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio t Dear Sr; feet perfectly well of catarrh, I did as you directed me end took Peruna and Mannlin. The third ot March I gave birth to a baby girl and we are both well and happy . I am very thankful to you, and Peruna saved my life, I recommend it to evervone and can't praise It enough i send jKU my own and my babys picture. She Is so Sweet and I have such good health now good, she is a Peruna baby I do all my housework and take care ot my baby , and feel so good, fW a.Ljdis There are three or four of my neighbors using Peruna now, since It did me so much good. They were fust run down, and they think it is fine. It is so good to give strength. Mrs W. McRoberts. 1 gave birth to a baby girl. She is now six months old and weighs 25 pounds My friends were all surprised. Some would not believe it until they came to see me. " My husband says he never saw such a change in any one as there was in me after I had taken three or four bottles of Peruna. I am stronger than 1 have been since I was quite young. God bless you and your medicine forever. I can not tell you alL My letter is too long already ; but I will say Peruna cured me. 1 neer saw or heard of anything half so good. 1 can never thank enough for your kindness. In cases of a grippe it works like a charm. It cured my baby when other medicines failed. She was real bad with la grippe.1 Mrs. L. M. kept getting worse. One day a neighbor woman brought me your book, the ills of Life," and wanted me to take your medicine. I told her that 1 had given up all hope of ever getting well I had tried so much medicine. My neighbors thought I was nearly dead with contraption. "Finally I concluded that 1 would make i, ?, a last trial. So my husband got me a bottle of Peruna and Manahu. I commenced taking them according to directions. That was two years ago. A year ago last No- - w. , vember I gave birth to a baby Jy who is and well and am I boy, hearty; ,f I can never doing my own housework. kk'itvOi give Peruna too great praise. I think it is the best medicine I ever heard of." Mrs. of meat your case and he will be pleased to Griffith, E. E. Thomas. Mrs. E. E. Thomas, Alpha, Mo., writes: If yotl do not derive prompt and satisfacgie you his valuable advice gratis. I have used your Peruna and Manalin. tory results from the use of Peruna, write Address Dr. Hartman, President of The I had been doctoring for several years but at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state- - Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. M Worlds Vital Statistics. The proportion of married people to the population is highest In Hun gary where 407 per l,0u0 of the people are married. Portugal stands at the other end of the list, with only 310 married per 1,000. Bromo-Seltze- r Promptly cures all Your Feet Ache and Burn? Shake into your shoes. Allens Foot-Easa powder for the feet It makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Swollen, Hot, Sweating Feet. Corns and Bunions. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. Do Headaches A MOST DRUNKENNESS CURED. Thousands of homes made happy every yearhv this treatment, Modern and thoroughly equipped institution in the wejt up to date in every respect. 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Utah, sd Canadian Qoverume it Agent. 96 bock beer WHY BALD MEN UNCOVER. sign, that indlspeiuNr DYSPEPSIA CF WOMEN. us tha authority, admonish here. 8pfBgr 3 Synonymous with the City Salesman Manifests Curiosity on the Point. picture of th goat rampant upon a , port-kegthe rural editor notes faceOne question the city salesmen tiously that spring has sprung, gen would like answered pertains to tie Annie! Now that she has Indeed men. us let her! consider spring, Why do so many of them tako off let us beware! She fa a their hats in public conveyances and flek e jade. To-dashe may shed her other places where a heel covering Is effs gent balm upon us, regale us the proper caper? be inquires, with with her sunny showers, her odorous It is no uncommon grave concern. chill us where we arena thing to see men take off their hats our red flannels and perspired! wege in street cars, and nine tenths of those Oire upon a time Aristotle permitted Tha old, tnreriab virtu, cf who do it are bald headed. One would confidence to find kidgment in think they would be afraid of catching bosom! One rosy Spngs voluptuous their death of cold riding about In tnofnlng when all nature was in tune that exposed stale in draushty weathan4 the earth seemed steeped in honer. but evidently they are troubled by est! f purpose, be saw a sparrow fly! so Such considerations. Neither does it the k.ng cure fer makes Hlth aloft in the ethereal azure his vanity deter them. A denuded scalp followed her flight and the sun has no terrors for Diem. I asked one An Iowa hen has just laid an egg eye shiiet Aristotle went bald heeded man why so many of his as big as a hubbard squash. It was to fcls Straightway ifc and demanded hts kind thus cheerfully advertised their a double-headean egg within an egg unjerwear the ones with the gauze He said he couldn t ribs paucity of lucks two perfect yolks, two perfect in era After hunting through elev$ answer for other men, hut that he whites, two perfect shells. When eggs en bureau drawers, seven trunks and did it to give his hair a chance to Mrs. E. B. Bradshaw, of are selling at ten cents, this old ben-fru- it an of band boxes, she found the grow, and I would like to know if all 50c. 25c. and y Pricv Okla., cured of a severe factory turns out a dozen with anatomy covers in the escritoire Guthrie, reason. would give that six lays. The hens recently sent to in chamber. case the guests by Ljdia L Plnkharas Australia to lay eggs in a contest are draper THE SCENE WAS CHANGED. l?areless woman, cried Aristotle, Compound. Vegetable nine spots compared to this biddy. The wonder they were not stolen A many wo turn suffer with a unfortunate part of the whole matter long ago! Loving Husband Not So Ready With form great of inditfesiionor dyspepsia which Is tbe owner of this hen doesnt know His Autograph. Then he took them ungratefully does not seem to yVi'd to ordinary which of his flock threw that euormous Lived He Smoker that VNhile hand Long. He kissed devotedly the the sympmedical treatment. undressed, to find, upon trial, breakfast delicacy. He has carefully anq The oldest man in California has passed him the autograph album, and toms seem to le similar to those of that the summer things needed the the medi ret questioned each hen in turn, but not sane sort of repairs so common to added two years to his century. He wrote therein: indigestion, ordinary e one will admit tbe egg. The Hawk-eye- s cane furniture. cine universally prescribed do not and I write my name upon this virgin While he stood has been a smoker for eighty-fivthe to seem restore e are quite excited over the mat- around on one leg grumbling, the a moderate drinker for seventy-fivpatients normal page. Would that 1 could inscribe It condition ter. They say that a hen of such cali- goott woman touched never modem but in heart of years, scroll the as your upon purer them, revamped Mrs. Plnkluuu claims that there ber should have homage paid her aud it ere. Then Aristotle dressed and, breakfast foods. that invisible ink which shall only Is a kind of thspepda that is caused a bust of white chiua made to perpetu- throwing on 6ome new spring rags," It which when the upon appear thing an In half by derangement of the female organ You can do vour dveing ate her feat. is written is warmed at the fires of ism, and which, while it causes diswent out on the parked boulevard, hour with PUTNAM FADELESS Is. it as is It best Suppose into the carolling world, as happy as DYES. turbance similar to ordinary indigew love which takes no note of time! Perhaps a the hen was discovered and encour- a That as a year ago. They are mar tiou. cannot lu ndioied without bug on a chiutz curtain only acts as W Wavs Motors Not a Success. aged in producing such colossal glo- in the front parlor. But that night ried now, and when she asks him for medicine which not e uteris-c'niha but stomach tonic, peculiar bules of albumen. Like other hena he came back as humped as a porcuThe United States government has his autograph, in the shape of a goodeffcts as wen. 150 millinfor more she would sooner or later steal away pine in action. than to allowed her sized patents letwas check, ly liquidate His nose red, Thousands of testimonial to the wildwood and hide her eggs in sappy and pinched; there were goose-pimple- s wave motors, according to Lipplucotts ery bill, he grasps that album or a ters prote beyond question thst There they a bunch of tickle-gTasMagazine. Of those oter ninety are larger book, if handy, and threatens on him as big as the provernothin? w ill relieve this diMresw-in- jj would remain undisturbed and fast bial. hen's-egcondition so surely His voice accredited to the Atlantic and nearly to throw it at her. hailstones. ComIk lMitLIiuin's Vegetable that strength of odor sounded like a horse-fiddlapproaching ixty to the Pacific coaht. Of the latat a chaCincinnati of Move works in harNew College. akin to a soap factory in the last rivari party and his teeth rattled like ter class nearly all have been actually pound iItt Ii lilwajsleniale svstein. the The Univeraity of Cincinnati gradmony stages of decay, until the Dowieites a pair of bones in negrcf minstrelsy. or experimentally tried, only to be deMrs. I'inkbimi advices sick came to town, or until the White Caps The women folks put him to bed and stroyed by tbs tremendous power of uates this year its first clas of elecAddress free. women Lyuu Mass. trical engineers. the surf. needed them In their business. Think the next day he wrote: of throwing ancient twin eggs as big X)ne swallow does not make spring, as a bubbard squash at a victim of nor yet one fine day! incensed muscular development! To this day the above is quoted But it was truly a wonderful egg, frequently. Thus we see the influand really too bail the mother cannot ence of gauze underwear on succeedBiiuinoton Jim vion. Mo. I Aching hacks are eased. Hip. back, and loin pains, Everett, Mass. I received the limb If a man had laid an ing generations! be designated. received sample of Doaus 11118 and swellings and dropsy munis vanish. Sample of Doan's Pills and they stopegg like that the papers would be full They correct urine w itli hi u k du-- t sediment, high they are a'li tliit h claimed, they re3 3 3 ped all my trouble of pain in the bat k, colored, a pain in niv hck, aud did all of his praises. The hen Is altogether paiu in piling, drinbling, frequence, bed lievedwan from which I Lave sufferd for two anon some one Ever and exclaims, (J. C. Ray, repreM uted. bmus Kidney Pills remove calculi aud that wetting. too modest. During the political camr and a I ara cutter, This is his years. See the young man! rrsvcl. IMicvo heart palpitation, sle plesauess, It F. D. No. 1. paign she deposits initial and photoand on feet lifting heavy dizziness, licadat be, my . . uervou&ue&a. So wore the day and bciug day and age! graphic eggs all over the field of batof yesterday his. He was full of dies all day, appreciate the help the election of ago Tati.ohsvm i r Alms Xo man end tle, prognosticating I feel me have Doan's Pills given ginger then as he is percolated wdth tell the cod of Hmu Kidney Pills good aud true men. Then she goes A. new man. Geo. liLKi.Las, a like now. Roosevelt is young, hop tonic until lie trie-- , t m m torn weak hack. away and leaves her handiwork to the to be over a century ago 163 Belmont Street. I ti it. d evtnthcur at. I srot ro relief hired Charlessure, but Pox rude discovery of the corn-fe8 Pihs. J. N. until 1 ued lk-awas still calling Janies man. Political managers who couldnt Li-is. when he behis progenitor "papa, Received samplo, St. Lons, Mo. save to an their let lives, egg lay came Lord of the English Admiralty. and am on my find botilo from the alone one with an initial on It, are He was then but twenty years old. druggist AVi 1 Bn h. Mn n , A j ril 11th. they helped mo wonderquoted on the results of the pending William Pitt was M m tliatik-lor the humph of Doan's scarcely old enough fully. I had a feeling of wanting to election and swell around as true foreWe had t u d many to go out nights alone when he beKulnev Jhll urinate all the time, and trouble in runners of calamity or joy, as the case came reuuitics with little bne:i but found Premier of England. Prince passing, burning and itching That is may be. Doiiu s l !i ptomptly. and ait the usu, Edward was at the femiuine sweet sll gone now, and I feel thankful. But if you really want to know what which w as an unusual tie- re to urm.it o of E. K. Btkvenson, 5351 Easton Avc. the when sixteen he battle fought Is going to happen keep your eye on had to g- t up five iim six time of he led the Crecy, and at twenty-fou- r 1 thmk Ii.d it s was will a uurht the hen that looks anxious. English army to victory. This is the r wav. the tut and nnkhs limit 190.1. 10, Colo.. Asfkn, April Is man '1 leav when a young hi u w'is.m inU tme age swelled Doaus Kidney Pills accomplished pain in the leu k, the ht.it e. w ha li would ing school to take a position as billThe average man will be gratified the desired result in iny cue relief sixteen-stora li md feel like "v a in clerk lurge up to a pulling 1 li to know that he can purchase a new ing came the second day after I comive lined the free Aud Mozart at the age of menced lamp cl iioiir Mr. Rocke- building. stomach for $1,000,000. was I them. l troubled taking tml and iw full ieK of Doan's Pills feller has aided humanity this much sixteen was director of the Arch with retention aud dribbling of the w itli the s.itm oil m of fu lour that I Salzburgs orchestra. urine. Now it is natural and free as at least: He has had a price set on bishop of mu f nr d. '1 ' s me the rc unify yal at Where a is there president B F IJvi.jaro. a new bread basket for mans interD. L. Stafford. sver in niy life. Consult our Physician by mail; medical advice free. excellence. And yet, David, the shepior. It is well! In this age of cata-teria- eighteen? adolesherd a at was that King boy, counters, Richest Cathedral in the World. stands and health food cup- cent period In his life. Raphael, CorLipton's Luck. The Cathedral of St. Isaac, in SL boards In overcoat pockets, It is a tez, satrick Henry, Napoleon, AlexanShamrock 111, Is to bo fitted out D Kl comfort to know that some day we der, (Keats, Burns and Byron were Petersburg, which was recently robbed with sa.Us which weigh three and a llunera at mardiood of when of about 5.000 worth ot diamonds, half tons. A somewhat heavy burden. may be rich enough to get new their is considered to be the richest cathe- Should tho thiee leaved Irish clover There is no satisfaction keener they reached the pinnacles leather upholstering in our vitals. The than being dry and comfortable young man of on fame. dral In the world. It cost more than fall to lift tho tup. will Sir Thomas It seems a sad commentary is think to when out in the hardest storm. he allowed not be & The gold alone persist aud go on a search for American life that we have to hurry nuit 2,500,000 to build. YOU ARE S ICE OF TKI5 clover la so hard to eat so little, but undoubt- any smarter or brighter or better used for gilding and ornamenting the fourth leaf? A man of yesterday. Interior amounted to about three and said to he IF YOU WEA2 lucky to the particularly edly we should he thankful for life, than the young are a half hundredweight. All the vessels finder. New York Tribune. X toVTHs liberty, the pursuit of happiness and Sell assumption and the fond hope that some day we will often had for him. It Is well to call of this sacred edifice are composed enThis Will Interest Mothers. his attention to the truth now and tirely of gold and sliver and weigh be rich enough to buy a new stomSweet Powders for Childthen. It keeps his ego down. Grays about four tons. The interior of the ren,Mother ach. m bv Mother Gmv, a nur-- ? ustd Sometimes we balk In the harness building is most gorgeous, and con( htidti-n'- s ver Home, Niw A ork. Cum 3 3 3 moCLOTH1N of HLEDIN MACK Bad a number btonmrli. statues, Disorders, tains of IWtlnng great at hurrying so fast and eating so When little Prince George OR YClLOW MADC nioviunid regulate tin bowel- mid destroy s and precious ikons, he saics, much faster. We feel we would like Wales was baptis'd recently, BACKED &Y OUR GUARANTEE 2.V Sample nil Worms. Sold IhnggiMs by uj i i mi i u ro ftlUlDN , to go slow awhile, lie on our back in scratched and howled like a somnam- or holy pictures, which are of great FREE. Address A. 6. Ia ID Roy vH f B U( IHITIH YOUR PtALta. the tall grass in the middle of a bulistic Thomas cat in a midnight af- age, and are supposed to possess mirASK I( hcH'.llnut mjfvS you sweet-scente- d A Serious Consideration. meadow, and wiggle fray. This leads a paragrapher to aculous powers. nnef ht g f fnr our fre rMol fcikwia- In his our toes in wanton exuberance at the remark that royalty, like whiskers, Random Reminiscences. sun. About thiB time the landlord Charles H. E. Brookfield sa s that his DR. COFFEE has to grow on some people. To our We mind tlio whooping of little Georgia with his bill. comes around great uncle, Henry HaMam, the historawake with a start, grab a ham sandis not much of an augury. When at Discovers Remedies That Restore ian, was Invited by Tennyson to he Cvr fhwich, cram It Into our masticating his age we were all more or less like godfather to his first hoy. Hallam Sight to Blind People. readily consented As they were walkorifice, and hurry back to the mines! the house feline opposed to water. hid Dr. W. O. Coffee, a noted oculHt 30 Good ing up the churchyard, The next day we have dyspepsia Even to this day some enjoy immersby side, if . . . Dcs Moinos, Iowa, 1ms discovered medand our wife tells us we need more ing in water about as much as others Block, icines for the ecs that people cun no at home the historian inquired of Tennyson, name do moan What cure to Granulated worm Scums. exercise! and But the will atar.icts. Lids, you physical give enjoy poor health. Ulcers or Blindness and sight. A'e thought of calling him turn one of these days. an N puce book on him?" Mercy! Dont think we deprecate l)r. Coffee has puhii-dw'oet. said Yrce which wuul to the had will ho Oh. Diseases Hallam, every a you Eye We it. take Far from bathing. 3 3 3 reader of paper. Tins bonk tll how to not better call him Alfred?" modestly bath ourself occasionally, hut we can- prevent oldthis aud make wik eea stroll, sight The man whose coal supply has not refur his book. suggested the historian. Ay, enjoy write Dr. Coffee say that we been visibly weak and given to dizzy plied the bard, but what if he should that plunge except during the heated see to is not the weather. His Appetite. apt turn out a fool? spells all winter, When we arise in the In a recent book on gastronomy appathetic side of the eoal ultimatum morning we are not titillated over on the part of the arbitration board. the of the anecdote Halts Catarrh Cure gastronomic We pears this thoughts of our ablutions. This Tracis Mark all do not To one who has been warmed of a Swiss guard in the emIs taken internally. Frice, 75c. laugh. Ha! Ha when we see prowess sppasrs on Cookluic btnves ot Ligbest merit Tbe lease, the hath tub for the first time that ployment of the Marechal de Villars: winter long by a steam-hea- t One day the guard was sent for by taken In the warm and beautiful Klean, Kool Kitchen Kind neither do we snicker, Ho! Thoroughbred. months of a glorious autumn, there morning, Ho! when the mad water begins to the marechal, who had heard of his mulra no amke, rnn-ii- , Bnnt, flirt. AMhee or ax on trum hotel I was my coming How many sirh at cannot but come a feeling of com- swish into the Mm tlnu-- w irk and worrr. We enormous appetite. i n mu d and Christmas day, when a little urchin porcelean urn. tcer v. ( in I rift nin1 hIvchxh nJ h iktr u lr tn r nn to hroom K( passion for Mr. Baer and others who never knew why this was before. loins of beef can you eat?" he tenta- ran up to nic with a newspaper. ruv(l As Ik fle m on tt ml Kltrlirn Kli fl,T !md Ciin for . Ah, monsolgneur, are getting tl t e trying Alas! We are not ot the royalty! Wo tively asked. ut nnrouflil tnvro with upon some and ran he other he fell, bojs cK h a id rt 'tnf it hi in I )rri. jnor to be fair to a fickle public. For years are require many five or six got ahead of him and tried to sell mo fo nr fhtl rnu Jtfurlt. a plain, servile, lowly plug ms dont Si soofl mnvH urjnst of And how many legs these men of many cares and n timer-ou- who dont use cologne in his bawth" at the most. a paper, hut I refused to buy until the mutton? coal mines, have been protecting water or 'Legs of mutton? not many little fellow came up, half crying, laugh loudly in enjoyment seven to And fat pullets? eight. the people by keeping the price of of a royal plunge. I handed him half Know thyself is CARBOLIC SALVE with his papers. 4Oh, as to pullets, only a few a dozen.' coal at such a stage that men could are we advice. day Day hy will good dollar, and when he rear lied in his t prevent blood And of to 'As It and mine live pigeons, at the wages pigeons? really We feel that finding ourself out. pockets to get me the change I said: in Cuts, not poisonnig' many perhaps forty, But them. the ungrateful pub- it promises much for the future, as paid And larks? 'Larks, monseig-usur- ? Never mind, sonny. Keep the change.' Wounds, lic sided with the miners and now it is hard to live with one fifty. He looked up in my lace and said, peaceably and heal always. the mine owners are compelled to you do not fully understand. Now 'Say, Mister, you're a torobred. them, too. 25 cents, take the difference in wages out of I was Christmas the that saved present only am sure Cure for I Plsos Consumption 3 3 3 the public Instead. This is all well Would you have was Authors who have been around the By life three years atro. Mrs Tnoa. Robbins, had that day. but to my mind it enough as long as it lasts, but the 1W0. TOOTHACHE CapL the best I ou!d have had. for to writo of Great Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y.. Feb. 17, are wont fickle miners are quite apt to become circle Jack Crawford in the Household. 15 cents? Our JapI Known." Indeed the tenKEEP A CHEERFUL MIND. disgruntled and take the part of the Men Have anese Tooth Ache wear the great men public just as the public has taken dency has been to Drops will rid you the part of the miners. The result is fad threadbare. How wruld It do for The One Way to Obtain Victory Over to yarn about of both. worrying, but to date no one of the some clever spinner Adversity. DeCOSTAS LIVES coal Poohbahs has suggested that cobblers I have known or "blackTo be cheerful when the world is This PILLS is They smiths of my youthful days?" profits be curtailed a little. going well with you la no great virseem to have entirely overlooked second suggestion does not refer to tue. The tli lug Is to be cheerful A1 in this matter. themselves Such prir.toiial blacksmiths, but the real under circumstanc25 cents a policy. disadvantageous broad forgetfulness of self is indeed sort a- - sung of in "The Village Blackes. If one has lost money, if business What is your health some characters in are There smith. of commendation. Bless triif enemies appear worthy prospects fail, worth? these trades worthy of perpetuation. coal men. them, the great-hearteumphant, if there is sickness of self Lung-starAll Diseases inIs 3 3 then to 3 or those dear it, one, 5 5 3 with a cough. When Solemn thoughts come and abide, deed, a virtue to bp cheerful. With spring, come the apple blosflowIf you will cough up with her in the after day, month even springtime poverty day pinches soms! Isnt that worth an exclamaa quarter for a botand promises. after month or through the years as tion point? How they scent the air ers and birds Hut when shall spring visit the moulderitle of Cough Balsam they pass, and one has ever to deny and call the bees to buzz among their ng urn! self of every lltlie longed for luxury, wh. n shall It dawn on the night youll stop coughing They carry a man back to Oh. nf petals. the gone?" and the puzzle of how to make one the time when he was young and full Japanese Corn Cure Wi.cn shall it dawn on the night dollar do the work of two has to be of green apples! They transport him of the will rid you of a grave? Did Beattie mean a solved, then the man who can still THE KINO THAT GIVES PERFECT SATIS- to the thoughts and memories of yesdozen CORNS for a spring for those who mourn outside be cheerful is a hero. He is a greater reyears ago! many teryear They the mound, or for he who sleeps so hero than quarter. Which do the soldier who faces mind him of a rosy cheeked girl who within? If the former, spring the cannon's mouth. Such cheerfullove the best-co- rns you wore her hair in a braid straight down quietlynever come again as once it did, ness is the kind that we need to culor quarter? her lithesome back! They hint of may and and yet its coming may sanctify tivate. Milwaukee Journal. school days and schoolmates scatto faith ALL DRUGGISTS OR STORE kindness, the heart tered to the winds or slumbering in temper OR D1RLCT FROM : : l t To Cure a Cold in One day. If the latter, it must and Brotno (Juiuine Tab'ets. All the peaceful grave with headstones come beauty. The Take Laxative in the Great Hereafter. fulls if cure. to refund it ALT iyouey far apart! They hint of other Christian believes in its coming, the druggists AKK Suffice what else! This is things! a of CITY. evolution, spring grandest spring Chance for Irish Seaport. enough! Dream on and on, and don't which mocks the grave and outshines Renewed and earnest attention Is wake up until you have to! Dreamlife as the arc outshines tbe being directed In earthly R.ELIABLE ASSAYS. England toward a ing of apple blossom time Is such firefly. May it be indeed so. , Gold...,.., tiot.l and tlTdr short trans-atlanti- c route. One of the sweet dreaming. &.. Cop best natural harbors 3 3 3 Prompt rt.unu ou tuU uti'p es. in the British 3 3 3 The season is last approaching when Isles is that of Galway, on the west Co. Ogden Assay Our in tbe country districts now the the festive gentleman frog may be de- coast of IrelaLd. Almost straight hook and across the Atlantic is St. John, Newchildren .re romping over the hills, ceived hy the The dis'ance between plucking the anemone and the pasture the tickle in it. You have seen the foundland. EXTRACTS. SPICES. 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Effort of New York Clubman That Has Become Historic. It was .at a dinner at the Tilden club. Several men had responded to toasts, when finally a clubman well In society, something of known a first nlghtci, and who practices law w'hen the mood Is on him, was called on for a speech. He is known as a raconteur, but his ability to entertain a crowd is rather that of a story teller when demi tasse and cigars are served than as an orator with sonorous He is quite delivery. wealthy. he began, "I do not "Gentlemen, know why I have been called on for a speech. The honor should have been awarded to others. However, I It is that 1 have one qualification. know how to be brief. "Gentlemen, this is all I have to say. It is a speech in five words, and here it is: Let me pay the bill. The applause which followed the short speech can be imagined. It was the greatest after-dinne- r unquestionably Bpeech that had ever been delivered In the Tilden club. It has become historic. New York Mail and Express. A Strange Act of Faith. In 1856 the Kaffirs of tbe Xosa tribe were converted by a medicine man, who Induced them to slaughter their cattle and destroy their corn, promising that now herds, which no man could number, would on a certain day spring from the soil. They obeyed his teaching to the letter, and a hideous famine which all but exterminated the tribe was the natural conseqcnee. Rarely on this earth has any race enjoyed the tremendous exaltation which through this tribe must have passed before it Its act of stupendous perpetrated faith. IN CONVENTION.' Teachers Learn Something the Class Books. Not In A number of young women attending a teachers convention at Oklahoma City some time ago learned a valuable lesson in hygiene through a sister teacher who says: About a year ago I had my first attack of poor health and it seemed a terrible thing to me for I had always been so well and strong. 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