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Neither Liniments nor Ointments How Will Reach Rheumatism Mr. Stephenson Was Cured. , lake blonde Venus from ocean arising And summers sultry spell I break. And formed of the foam and sea spray. I wave the wand of pity. People with inflamed and aching No raiment her fairness disguising Her beauty her liegemen surprising. I arise and set forth for the fray! I co'me from where the set gull cries His challenge to the morning. As soaring to the sapphire skies His nings against the wind he tries. And time and distance blithe defies, And brooks no timorous warning. My couch is on the waves that fawn And cringe to win my favor. Though pearly portals of the dawn, 1 pass, tile fair enslaver. . Beneath my feet swift, suppliant tides Break in feathery foam of flowers. 1 come from where the trout abides. And where dark seaweed cowers. joints, or painful muscles ; people who shuffle about with the aid of a cane or a crutch and cry. Oh at every slight jar, are constantly asking, What is the best thing for rheumatism ? To attempt to cure rheumatism by external applications is a foolish waste of time. The seat of the disease is in the blood, and while the sufferer is rubbing lotions and grease on the skin the poison in the circulation is increasing. Delaysin adopting a sensible treatment are dangerous because rheumatism may at any moment reach the heart and prove fatal. The only safe course for is to get the best possible blood ! rheumatic-sufferer- I slip through leaves of sturdy trees . And purify the river. Sweet, dewy flowers I blithely tease Their petals nod and quiver. I soothe the anguished brow of pain And give him golden slumber. I cool the throbbing, fevered brain Of carking cares that cumber. bring the rose to Beautys cheeky And dally with her tresses. My chaste- - embrace she shyly seeks. And yields to my caresses. X like a queen, benign, serene, . Majestic as a mother. I quell fierce clamor of the scene ? And greet the sun my brother! Th-on- ed remedy at once. Mr. Stephensons experience with this obstinate and distressing affliction is that of hundreds. le says : About a year ago I was attacked bv severe rheumatic pains in my left shoulder. The pains were worse in wet weather, and at these periods caused me the greatest suffering. I tried a number of treatments and ointments, but they failed to alleviate the paius. Then he realized that the cause must be deeper and the pain only a surface indication. He adds: I had beard Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People recommended as a cure for rheumatism, and when I found that I was getting no relief from applications, I made up my mind that I would try them. Before the lirst box was gone I noticed that the pains were becoming less frequent, and that they were not so severe as before. After the second box had been used up I was entirely free from discomfort, aud.1 have had no traces of rheumatism since. The change in treatment proved by almost immediate results that Mr. Thomas Stephensou, who lives at No.115 Greeuwciod street, Springfield,. Mass., had found the true means for the purifi- I come from where the swallow dips His beak in limpid water. As he beholds big stately ships , And sailors bent on slaughter. My path I take across the lake To cool close, tilling city, Swedish Bridal Superstition. The Swedish 'bride, whojs suj?erstl-t- , tious, Alls her .pockets with , bread,, which Bhe dispenses. .to everyone s.he meets on her. way. to ,the church, every: piece she disposes of. averting, as she few-hav- s, ? i. cheer-monge- r, , , ' - . - :: TEA wont you please money; take some? Tour grocer returns your money 11JC0 Schillings Best. Causes Insanity. Hemp-Dru- g Of if ypu don't the patients in the lunatic asylum lit Lahore, India, 33 per cent are believed to have beenJbitual hemp-drutakers. Work Helen Keller,' who, though blind and deaf, Is a college graduate and a cul; tured young woman, writes in her book, My Key to Life, as follows: We have seen that the worlds phithe sayers of the word losophers are optimists; so also are the men of n and achievement the doers of ord. Dr. Howe found his way ira Bridgmans soul because he with the belief that he could 'it. English jurists had said that were idiots in the eyes law. Behold .what the optimist He controverts a hard legal e ; he looks behind the dull, clay and sees a human soul im-iv- e ondage, and quietly, resolutely about its deliverance. His efforts victorious. ed un There is the ch back that should be accompanied by a headrest, for it displays at the top, I suppose that campaign speeches on a line with the occupants cranium, a great deal of good, said Cordo a bunch of grapes or a rampant lion. House Beautiful. TEA You can almost borrow ' the best of it. r Yoor gfocer Returns your money If yeo don't tlko Schilling's Best.' Fox Friendly With- Hounds. one county In England foxes are sq scarce that most of tbe hunting is done with one old fox, who has been hunted so mnch that he and the hounds are becoming friends. The hunters are trying, therefore, to find a new for. - It is stated that in i t ' s . i . Complinelius N.,. Bliss doubtfully. auditors, ments from unprejudiced though, are very rarely showered upon Partisans, of campaign speakers. most1 boisterto vent the course, give man with an the but ous applause, unsettled of man the mind', open views, the one man, alone for whose sake the campaign orator goes forth and labors well, when he declares that a campaign speech has done him. and his community good, the day is one to be marked with a white stone; I know .a campaign speaker who once visited a certain town in New York state for the sole puipose of winning over to his candidate a rich -- (' , - - , and.-irritatin- . : : . , , deaf-blin- d . , ,beach-'the:blin- Je-lieve- d table-spoonfu- two-third- ... i . one-fourt- Rain Better than Oratory . ) , by 0 p t i m i s is D o ne af-bli- Uncom1 rage agaii they exist the chair wit. should be sold large-cities- i rs in Demit nd : - 1 , . 4 . .no moss. ' . i tc to-da- y Cheer-Mong- e cheer-monger- ; : '' 'There, is a new occupation opened UP women, but one to which,, come even- though the. .rewards :hre all that one could- wish... Certainly but 'there is need of If. am afraid that, the profession will t neverbe overcrowded,., because; I i Three-quarter- s, of the tea .know that cheerful women are enone j too numerous. That is why they, are is not very good; whats the .so much needed,; says the Philadelphia .... , Bulletin., ... use! ' is just what the A Tour grocer returns. your money if you dont name says, oije who carries cheer into Ilka Schilling's. beat. She cures qy.ery hoipe she. enters.. ;niorbidness by her stock' of merry Fresh Air Constantly Supplied.' About 200 tons, of fresh air are dis- tales, her cheerful, bit of gossip conher breezy tributed over the Coliseum (London) cerning , the world arid wholesomeness that' manner suggests' of means huge electric per hour by and ple&sant thoughts and' acts: Doctans. tors say thiat a 'great part of the worlds, melancholy can be traced ' to solitude and the lack of companionship: They also say that the tone of t the like to pay-ouWe 7 v i to-da- y . ' , say false only in the English application of the ancient proverb. motto Fpr otherwise it is an chough.- :The rolling stone of remains, polished and fit for business. The. stationary stone is.. liable to accumulate such a quantity of moss that it is only, fit for a cushion to be sat on by all and sundry. an exem.There is In America plification .of the principle of the year city people l 'in a newspaper proprietor with some Tent Life Cures Consumption. &0,000 'a. year to his credit. Until .. Some Donts .About Dress. A doctor in: Denver- some; time ago he was over 50 years of age he was a Dont dress the. neck too warm when farmer and not a very efficient farmer made some experiments .with consump-tivesL- going out in cold weather. A, little, A .tent colony was .established at that.; ' Then" he started his paper extra protection is required for the... and away he went on the road tosuc a little, yvay. out of Denver, and .the ears, but it is riot necessary to muffle cess.; How many of our farmers could patient progressed fairly well during up the' neck with thick furs to protect 50? London the first, prt of the winter. But by the eats.- Warm trade after change their wrappings about the ' ' and by there was a blizzard, and the neck cause the skin Express. of the neck to 20 to went down thermometer degrees become moistened with perspiratiom' below zero, and then they began to When the wrappings, are removed in- improve very fist. One woman did doors, ..the, ?low,,. cooling which, takes not seem to improve at all until the place in: consequence of the evappra- ,temperature j reached this mark, and tion chijls the, .part,, &(j1.paqy produce, the mind is let down by the continued she iiuproved rapidly.'1 She had sore throat or nasal, catarrh, persqal of sensational new's. I actual- had no appetite; but that "20 degrees Dont wear rubbers iqdoors,,, nor .out know'lof' who a woman the reads her below Zero weather gave ly of except when it is necessary which wris ag indication-thathe to doors, .d.eaths arid'nothing el sc; "arid how can prevent wetting the feet. Rubbi)-?- , she help being downcast? body w ah' beginning, to work. naturally, being impervious to air, prevent evapwere oration, so that the A few sensible wonben:skir harrow- that . the: ia3)milative-..poqcessei perspiration is she time from that "'.articles and read resumed,. thte'pleasbeing driy apd ing' shoes and stockings, and the ant things. The human mind,,.natur-- . kept, on improving. '. become damp .from the perspiration.:', itio When the. rubbers are .removed, evapally craves bright,' and festive things, .i.i but there is too much! gray nqss in Hpy, do(You Eat? oration chills, the feet, the same as if It 'is safe to say' (hat modern cook- they had been wet by the rain of by their lives to make cheerfulness habitual. You' would hardly believe that ing develop? 1)11810688 for both the sa- walking on a wet pavement. On resocial items are choice- morsels in loonkeeper and th undertaker. When moving the rubbers after they have humble-homesbut they' are; find are a boy eats'- mustarif' pi asters in the teen worn for some time it is a good It Is form' of food! thatlis: almost saturated precaution to remove the 'shoeS' and read without condisimply the Opsins .to secure brightness with fiery spices stodkings and put on dry ones. If this created that nothing cahnot be conveniently done care, even in. refleptipp. :It is no new.$p,that ments, dime novel reading .Jias sent i.rapre. but, liquor .orcigarets will satisfy.. Man should be taken, to keep the, feet warn, than one, boy into mjschiefhe(wpuld ' .is admonished.,, to eal; for strength, until the shoes are dry. The rubbers, never have dreamed (of 'had he never and not for drunkenness,, but in these should be dried before wearing again. inet the exciting stories, 'and. I bve days anything. that will'tipkle the four surface is conno (doubt that' many crimes are direct- square inches of taste, SOME WHOLESOME RECIPES. ' t ly traceable to something seen; or sidered good food, although it may contain scarcely any of the elements Green Pea Soup. heard. that nature requires to replace broken-dow- n Press through a colander one can tissues and to rebuild the worn-ou- t of green peas. Add to this two cups brain: As..a. consequence, the vi of water, one teaspoonful of 9alt and tality and phyaiaal. resistance soon one heaping tablespoonful of ebeoanut reach such a loy, ebb; that the individ- butter.;, ,Cook in a double, boiler until He- creates intelligence out of ual falls an easy; prey, to any microbe the butter ,1s melted. Dried peas' may. with which he may chance to come in be used by first, cooking until tender, idiocy, and proves to; the law that-thman is. a responsible being. contact. then pressing through a colander.. When Hauv offered ito Hoecake. If my next door neighbor, chooses to to read he was met by pessimism that Brown slightly together in the oven have his drains in such a state as to two cupfuls of cornmeal, four laughed at his folly.,. Had he not that the t. soul of man Is create a poisonous atmosphere, which of flour, two teaspoonfuls of s mightier than the ignorance that fet- I breathe at the risk of typhus or diph- sugar and teaspoonful of ters It, had he not 'been an optimist, theria, he restricts my just freedom to salt. Heat one cupful of rich milk, went 4ft about add this mixture to it, beat it until he would not have turned' the fingers live just as. much as: jie. with a pistol threatening my life. of the blind into new instruments. cold. Add to this the beaten yolks: of No pessimist ever discovered the Prof. Huxley. four eggs, lastly fold in the stiflly secrets of the stars, or sailed to an beaten whites. Drop by spoonfuls on uncharted- land, or opened a new 'Natural Cure for Tuberculosis. a hot oiled tin and bake twenty minheaven to the human, sjpirit. St. Ber-- ' A, Swedish doctor some fourteen or utes. nard was, so deeply, an optimist,,tbat fifteen years ago succeeded, by a very Vegetable Salad. he believed, 25P, enlightened men coqld crude method, in cubing patients who Wash three medium sized potatoes, illuminate the darkness which, over- have been given up to die. His prac- and steam until tender. Peel and cut whelmed the period of the crusades; tice was first of all tq rub the patient into inch cubes. Add one ' and the light of his faith broke like a three times a day with' a towel wet cup of celery, chopped fine, one teain very cold water ' A- little later he spoonful each of salt, celery salt, and new day upon western Europe. put the patient in a tub' of water at grated onion, and the whites of three about 60 degrees, rubbing- ;him vigoreggs, chopped fine. Mash ously- for about a minute; knd later, as the three yolks, add three the patient became better .able to tablespoonfuls of lemon juice and two .endure the cold water, he was plunged of olive oil; beat.pntil smooth. Pour and influential old farmer. The farm- into a tub full of ice water. This was this over the salad. Garnish with er was persuaded to attend the meet-- : done three times k day. Think of either lettuce or parsley. Neverthe,. Mince Pie.; ing where the' orator spoke, and at those' poor consumVtives! the meeting, s end a mutual friend was less they got well. The. cold water, Five cups of tart apples, chopped with, the rubbing fill owing, produced fine; five cups of protose, minced;, one sent to the old man: to get re action; .that the cup of prune marmalade (prunes thorof the campaign speech that he had suck a .powerful who.le body was. Stimulated to In- oughly ' cooked, seeded and pressed heard. The farmer spoke oft. the speech n creased vital aetlvi and recovery fol- through the colander) ; two cups boiled a very noncoirimittal way, It was hard lowed. apple juice (boil the juice down until A young man it is almost as thick as to get him either ' to 'praise it or con Here is, another syrup); oho'' demn , it. ' Finally, the mutual friend in New York who was getting ready cup of crushed nuts (walnuts or pe' to go to ther, Klondike went into prac- cans) ; one cup of malt honey, lf said:, cup, of sugar, one cup of raisins,-butte.Really, now, that was a good three tice, to convince hi friend that he would not freeze tojieath. Out of a the size of an egg. Cook all the hours speech, a beneficial speech. wasnt it?. . .Dont you: think, it helped large buffalo robe i tte made1 a bag, ingredients (.except the raisins) toor the county?.:;. pitched a tent in. the back yard and gether slowly for two and ;;iv ' Wall, maybe,. ra,wled; .slept in the tent in Uie buffalo bag, all three hours. Cook the raisins about farmer, but I think a three hours' the. winter, without suffering any in- half an hour. This is enough for five a deal more jury from- the cold. I rain would have done large pies. It may be sealed In glass And another: A cultured lady In Cans and kept for any length of tine. good. 1 ,, r one-hal- . - that he could ever make money as a builder. In conclusion he would have quoted you that falsest of alj, false! proverbs,. A rolling stone . . e, entire winter. A National Error. Our cities are growing so rapidly f of our populathat only about tion are now living in the country. Dr. Gould, speaking: of the wrong' of shutting men and women up in houses and forcing them into sedentary occupations, says: There is enough land and opportunity, if both were allowed and utilized, to giye every human being a livelihood that will permit life of a Fie adds, that with normal length. proper hygienic living, especially in youth, and with right lung expansion Child. Labor ' in Factories. The .physician in attendance at a and development, no person should have tuberculosis. ..house in Chicago municipal has withnbeen making past year Home Sanitariums. a careful, inquiry into he history of In New York city consumptives are the tramps who have become the citys building little huts on the tops of the guests. He has found, that a large houses, and are1 recovering. Outside proportion of !the tramps'give a history New York, Boston , and other of having been employed in factories ; tent where consump-colonies, or in other debilitating occupations in tives can live out. of doors,, are being, Our artificial (modern life established. boyhood. Every city ought to have is making multitudes of human, wrecks, one class of whom is represented, by outside it a camp where tubercular can live and get well. The air the homeless, friendless, disheartened patients inside the city is not so gpod. as it men .known as.iramps. Fortunate, inbut bn the tops of the is outside; deed, are the boys. and girls who live where the sun can shine, it houses, .in.jCountry homes and have the opporis a great deal better than it is fit the' tunity of growing up in contact with damp, dirty buildings in which most1 nature. live. impossible- gathers New Jersey who made up her mind that she needed a little . hardening, slept out of doors all last winter. She. had her bed put out on the second-stor- y veranda, and au awning put up, with a net around it to keep the night hawks away. Plenty of clothing was 'provided, a cap worn to keep the ears from freezing, and she got along so well tfiat-shslept out of doors the low-lev- el . Secret of Yankee Success In that place called Monte Carlo every time the wheel turns and the ball rolls into its place it marks a fresh condition of the game, an absolutely new chance which has nothing whatever to do with anything that has gone' before or is to appear in the future. Each spin is the year 1 of the bank. Therefore the bank wins. America has appreciated the year 1, and that fact has not been unconYou nected with Yankee success. will find that a man loses money as a farmer, a mechanic, a book; canvasser, and suddenly rises to wealth as a builder. The peg has found the hole at last. An Englishman, unappreciative of the year 1, would have been chained cation and enrichment of his blood. Dr. Williams Pink Pills are without to failure by . the precedent of cendoubt the best of all blood remedies. turies. He would have argued that They effect genuine and lasting cures in he had always been a farmer, that rheumatism. They do not merely deaden Iris father was a farmer and, his uncle the ache, but they expel the poison from was plainly the blood. These pills are sold by all a'dairyman. Therefore it druggists. , I waft the ships across the seas. And cheer wan drooping flowers. And to refresh the thirsty tree I bring cool, tinkling showers. The song I croon is one of rest. . My voice sounds soft and tender. breast. I soothe the babe atI mother's And balmy sleep send her.- . i I. sway tall nodding sheaves of wheat for That thirst April showers. And scatter sullen brooding heat That sears shv shrinking flowers. JAMES E. KiNSELLA. Registry Division, Chicago Postoffice. i s Suppression of Consumption. Tuberculosis can .besuppressed It is not necessary for a! person to die because he has consumption. Thousands of men apd women thave been sacrificed who might hae been alive to- day if only the right procedure had been adopted. That', which, is necessary for the mastery of this disea is to return to nature to live naturally in the fresh air, develop the lungs and eat proper food. disease. Tuberculosis- is aPeople are not subject to it until their tissues have become vitiated and their whole bodies weajkeped. To live a natural life is the only safeguard Against tuberculosis. One climate may do, as well as another if only one lives out of doors, gets plenty of cold, fresh air, bathe's the body with cold water several times a day, and takes as' much' exercise as he can stand. - h hard-boile- d hard-boile- d :his,-opinio- . , ' cas-jp:- ; . one-ha- , one-hal- f : the--ol- d - , .