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EDUCATOR TRIBUTE TO BELOVED LAYMAN FINDS PLANNED No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach STOMACH CURE A etron man is strong ail over. No man can be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion, or from some other disease of the stomach and its associated organs, which im pairs digestion end nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food, which is the source of all physical strength. When a man " doesnt feel just right, when he doesnt sleep well, has an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Man, But Good Christian Had Poor Digestive Organs What ' Cured Him You Can Get Free. and Family It is a generally admitted fart that among ministers and their families Hr. Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the favorite laxative. It is not often that the layman has a chance to speak up in meetand hence ing," these words from Mr. Joseph Murphy of Indianapolis, Ind., whose picture we -- present herewith:had All my life I needed a laxative to cure my constipation and stomach I couldnt trouble. eat anything; I couldnt get what I did eat out of my I tried everything, because my work, engineer Mr. Joseph Murphy on a railroad train, makes it necessary that I feel strong and well. Finally it was my good fortune to meet up with Dr. Caldwells Syrup Pepof a sin, through the recommendation friend. I took it and was cured, That is ome time ago, but I am still cured. It can be bought of any druggist for CO cents or $1 a bottle. Bend your address and a free test bottle will be sent to your home. If there is some mystery about your case that you want explained write the doctor. For the advice or free sample address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 201 Caldwell Bldg., Montlcello, 111. system. A HOT ONE. Such a man should use Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs ct digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood. Invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes the nerves, end so GIVES HEALTH 71X0 STREXGTU TO THE WHOLE BODY, Yon cant afford to accept a ttcret nostrum as a substitute tor this CYfflSf ffOf?THF?OF nZMORlM, PUllDIircP the movement recently launched to raise a Enthusiastic support INNEAPOLIS, fund for the erection of a mens building at the University of Minnesota as a memorial to the president of that Institution, Dr. Cyrus Northrop. The sum desired Is $400,000, and a considerable part of It already has been promised. The alumni of the university, by whom Dr Northrop is deeply loved, are subPlans for the building have been drawn and the success of scribing liberally, one man having given $4,000 the project is unquestioned. MI GREAT FISH MARKET - money a sum between $6,000,000 and Boston Handles 50,000,000 Pounds of Sea Food Annually. 1 Ranks Second Only to Grimsby England Money Value Range Frvn $6,000,000 Annually t 1 Is being given MINN. to $7,000,000. $7,000,000 Halibut Supply. l Askit Are you building a new bouse? Collim Down I hope you didnt think I was building an old one. where Boston capital and energy maintain a fleet of five steamers to prosecute the fishery and a large and modern freezing plant, recently established on American soil at Metchican, to prepare the halibut for shipment east by fast trains, via Vancouver. Fully 90 per cent, of the Boston mar kets halibut coifaes from this source The salmon fisherman on the Columbia river sets his nets for the Boston market The Chesapeake bay and Savannah river shad fishermen and the Newfoundland herring seinerdo the same. Fish come from every point of the compass to Boston and from here are distributed to points as far west as the Rockies and as far south as New Orleans. There are 325 craft in the fleet that lands fish at Boston, worth $10,000 each, or something more than $3,000,-00- 0 In the aggregate. Each of these vessels has an annual expense account of about $14,000, for repairs, sails, rigging, gear, bait, ice, supplies and the like, and this means business to New The England of $4,500,000 strong. fleet employs between 6,000 and 7,000 men directly and many others get work because of it, bringing the total of men looking to the business for a Albatross In Indiana. living up to near 10,000. Counting Hagerstown, Ind. A wandering al three persons as dependent on each of batross, measuring five feet from tip these men, it will be seen that a total to tip of wings, was captured on of 40,000 persons get their bread and small pond on the Elvin Oler farm butter from Bostons fishing fleet. three miles north of here. It is a fine Neither in the gathering of its sup- specimen. The breast is pure white, ply nor in its distribution of the same the wings and back sky blue, the tip can Bostons fish business be consid- of each wing and the tip of the tail ered merely local. The fisherman goes black, with a yellowish-browstripe far afield to cast a line for the Boston about its neck. The albatross is the market. The greater part of the coun- largest of the sea birds. What in flu try's halibut supply, for example, enced this one to drift so far inland comes to Boston from Alaskan waters, can only be conjectured. In Boston. From smelts to whales, from herrings to halibut, New Eng; land must ever have a lively interest in the denizens of the deep and their translation to the uses of man. In a state which glorifies the codfish by hanging it, a symbol of plenty, in Us legislative halls; where the whole fishery once was richer than a gold mine and has left annals of adventure and of effort which have an epic quality and are part of the record of the nations growth; where the fisheries have schooled sailors and have graduated captains courageous lor fighting ships, It is fitting that the whole community should view with In- n telligent interest whatever pertains to the garnering of the riches of the seas. Another Instance. ,, j Herring made Holland what it Is; The Fiji cannibal reluctantly produced a quarter in response to the codfish made early New England. ToLightning Calculators pathetic plea day the business of catching, curing Goldbeaters Skin from Six Hundred or selling for immediate consumption at the psychological moment. Thousand Animals Is Necessary, a great part of the countrys supply of out cut the It you would only fish Says Spencer. food devolves upon Boston, the booze, he growled, and pass up the fish in new market world the greatest the and and handbook dice thing, crap St Louis,1 Mo. Building balloons you wouldnt have to he touching your and .ranking second only to Grimsby, from dead cattle!" in Startling isn't it? England. so regularly. friends for a as Percival Spencer, the hero of ' Ah! Youre' like so many others, Since Grimsby is merely a railroad Yet, 1,250 balloon ascents and 250 parasighed the terminal, a shipping point for the chute my Philistine friend, descents, explained a few days sea North to fisheries of the markets im seems it Calculator; Lightning Is none the less justified. it ago, the be Boston cities, may English to the understand possible for you s In first place, said the the called fish the dealing city greatest of genius!" Los Angeles on the globe. Its fish dealers are as aeronaut, godlbeaters skin Herald. much merchant princes in a way as is a wonderful gas holder. It is far Saving His Life. were the old traders of Salem. To be better, as well as lighter, than var't A story Is told of an Englishman sure, there is not in their business so nished fabric, India rubber covered who had occasion for a doctor while much of romance, but there are near- silk, cotton or any other of the usual In Peking. balloon fabrics. staying Every war balloon ly as many dollars. ' Sing Loo, gleatest doctor, said his In Boston today Hamlet would have ordered by Great Britain is made of servant; he savee my lifee once. to think of some term more fitting this material, while the material itself . Really? queried the Englishman. than fishmonger to apply to Polonius. is made from a certain portion of the Yebi, me tellible awful, was the re- Here there are degrees in flshmongery Intestinal membrane of an ox or cow, ply; me cajlee in another doctor. He and the highest degree held by the which would otherwise he wasted. givee me medicine; me velly, velly wholesale fish dealer is one of honor Thus you have the curious fact that bad. Me callee in another doctor. He in the land. If any incredulous per- balloons are built from the waste macome and give me medicine, make me son asks you why, take them aside terial of dead cattle. A great many cattle have to be velly, velly badder. Me callee in Sing and make clear to them that the BosLoo. He no come. He save my life ton fish dealer Is as important in his killed to make one balloon, said the field as the beef packer of the middle aeronaut Six hundred thousand Getting Even. Is in his and, what is more, he oxen, for instance, had to die before west been had five, repri William, aged manded by his father for interrupting has not permitted himself to be en- the balloons which my brothers and myself are making for Count Zeppewhile his father was telling "his moth- compassed in a trust. He is indepenthe trusts lins new airship could be proceeded amid dent about that hedge their for new er about the telephone with. I do not mean to say that we house. He sulked a while, then went the nations food supply. The person inclined to figures may had to pay for the slaughter of over over to his mother and, patting her find there is wealth, visible and vital, half a miUion cattle, but we had to cheek, said: in Bostons fish business. The city place orders for what is known as the "Mother, dear, I lone you. peritoneal membranes of that number Dont you love me too? asked his handles every year between 125,000,-00and 150,000,000 pounds of fish, ex- of animals in order to secure what we father. Without glancing at him, William clusive of the epicurean lobster and wanted And then Mr. Spencer took the in- The wires busy. other shellfish. These fish spell in said disdainfully: All For a Single Balloon grub-stak- world-famou- -- O- terviewer across the lawn at the back of his Highbury residence into the balloon hall, where dozens of men and girls were engaged in the evolution of the balloon for the Zeppelin airship. The skins reach Mr. Spencer direct from the slaughter houses in a crude form. They are carefully soi ted and examined and those regard ed as sufficiently good for ballooning purposes are preserved in salt and stored in casks, which each hold 500 . skins. These, as required, are spread out on boards and by an ingenious and marvelous process are welded togeth er in one homogeneous fabric. It is thus, said Mr. Spencer, that we construct an untearable, airtight vessel without seam or scar, to hold the hydrogen gas within its confined area, with no possibility of leakage or escape. We provide an impervious en velope which contains within it the very lifeblood of the air motor, without which it could not be steered and could not even keep itself afloat. The process is costly, and that is why goldbeaters skin is not used for ordi nary balloons. 1 might mention, how ever, that we in this country are far ahead of other nationalities in the manufacture of goldbeaters' skin for aerial purposes and that is why Count Zeppelin asked us to make the balloon for bis new airship. 0 P03TUM FOR MOTHERS The Drink That Nourishes and Sup plies Food for Mother and Child. My husband had been unable to drink coffee for several years, so we were very glad to give Postum a trial and when we understood that long boiling would bring out the delicious flavour, we have been highly pleased with it It Is one of the finest things for nursing mothers that I have ever seen. It keeps up the mothers strength and Increases the supply of nourishment N, the child if partaken of freely. I drink It between meals instead of water ind. found It most beneficial Our boy has been very delicate since birth and has developed slowly. He "was white and bloodless. I began to give him Postum freely and yon would be surprised at the change. When any person remarks about the great Improvement, we never fail to tell them that we attribute his gain in strength affd general health, to the free use of Postum and this has led many friends to use It for themselves and children. I have always cautioned friends to whom I have spoken about Postum, to follow directions in making it, for unless It is boiled fifteen or twenty minutes, it is quite tasteless. On the other hand, when properly made, it is I want to thank you very delicious. for the benefits we have derived from the use of your Postum. Read The Road to Wellvilie, found In pkgs. Theres a Reason. Garden Comes From Japan Plants Fifty Years Old to Be Shown cascades, streams, lakes, bridges, at Exhibition to Be Given at hills, rough garden patches, pergolas, Bush. Shepherd' groves, London. There is quite an advance In the preparations which are being exhibition made for the- Japan-BritisTvhich is to be held this year at Shepherds ,Bush, especially in the Japanese garden. Up the mountain side, which will be clothed with juniper, now climb trees of a wide variety, among them being a weeping elm, an elder bush, and a maple on the summit. An old Japanese' house, half of it built on piles rooted in the lake, is almost finished 'and the framework of a persuasive bridge is arched over the water. The principal attraction of the gar-dewill probably be the wonderful collection of wistarias, said to be between 40 and 50 years old, with twisted trunks about a span and a half in girth, which have been safely brought over from Japan and are already planted along a pergola or "wistaria is Much anxiety, however, shade. felt concerning the blossom after the long Journey of the beautiful plant This forward one of the two gardens at Shepherds Bush has been designed, according to the style of the Sindu school, which has been established in Japan for 500 years. It will be the eye of the exhibiand will show something ention above letterf A aew F,Tr read the new in compressed beauty in o tirely time. They one appear from lime are Reanloe, trae, aad fall ol humaa Europe. Within an acre will be seen interrftl. - lawns, and a variety of strange, beautiful landscape effects MAKE QUICK TRIP TO VENUS h tr five-year-o- n lio medicine op known composition, not even though tho urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. William Sidis, Harvard Prodigy, Says His Airship Will Do It in Twenty Minutes. William Sidis. the mathematics prodigy at Harvard, has not been confining his attentions solely to the problems of the fourth dimension and other equally simple matters. He has been delving into the mysteries of aerial navigation. From one of the instructors of the physics department it is learned that Boston. young Sidis believes he has solved the problem of navigating the air and that by the evolution of his theory it will be possible to travel from the earth to the planet Venus in 20 minutes His plan has to do with the alpha rays that are given off from radium. These rays are small particles of matter which leave the radium with great force and at the same time do not lessen the quantity of their force. Working upon this basis, Sidis believes that by. attaching a block of radium to the stern of his airship the propelling power will be derived from the force with which the alpha rays leave the radium in the same manner that a skyrocket is propelled through space POSSUM KILLS 200 CHICKS LIMBURGER AND THE LAW FREE Odorous Compound Responsible for Some Trouble and a Little AlWit. leged Technically, said Judge Wells to William Rung in the municipal court, you had the right on your side. How- ever, you chose a forrn of cruel and unusual punishment that cannot be tolerated by this court. I'll have to fine you one dollar. It appears from the evidence that Mr. Rung, who Is a gtereotyper, sat down to luncheon with Edward Snider, a fellow employee. The piece de resistance of Rung's luncheon consisted of limburger cheese, and Snider, who regards himself as something of a wag, had made certain remarks about the cheese, reflecting particularly on Its odor. Thereupon Mr J Rung smeared a piece of the cheese over the humorous Sniders countenance. "This, said Rung, as he stepped up to pay his fine, is the kind of justice that smells to heaven." That will be about all from you, said the court bailiff; cheese it! Chicago Record-Herald- . Civilization and Missions. There is a question that Is larger than government or trade, and that is the moral wfell being of the vast millions who have coine under the protec- A Package of Pax tine Will Be Sent Free of Charge to Every Reader of this Paper. j Give one a sweet breath ; dean, white, teeth antiseptically dean mouth and throat purifies the breath after smoking diap ole all diiagraaahla perspiration and body odors much appreciated by dainty women. A quick remedy for sore eyoe and catarrh. d A little Paxtme powder 3 in a glut ol hot ws ' . makes a delightful antiseptic I germ-fre- e is-solve- lution, possessing extrsosdinsry cleansing, germicidal and hoaL ing power, and absolutely harm, leas. Try a Sample. 50c. a large box at druggifti or by maiL The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Maaa. Nothing Like them in the world. CASCARETS the I biggest seller why? Because its the best medicine for the Over and bowels. It s what they will do for you not what tion of modern governments. The representative of the Christian religion we say they will & that make! must have his plare side by side with CASCARETS famous. Millions use the man of government and trade, and CASCARETS and k is aDthemedkaae' for generations that representative that they ever need to take. , ! ,fM must be supplied In the person of the CASCARETS we a box for a weeks J treatment, all druggists. Biggeat seller f foreign missionary from America and in the world. Million boxes a month, i Europe. Civilization can only be perto manent and continue a blessing any boot nMl your frtoim, people if, in addition to promoting PATENT ndvice b KKR their material well being, it also stands for an orderly individual liberty, for the growth of intelligence and for equal justice in the administration of law. Christianity alone meets these The fundamental requirements. change of sentiment in favor of the foreign missionary in a single generation has been remarkable. Took Them at Their Word. Any article removed from the window, was the notice prominently displayed at an outfitter's shop. Attracted by it, a supercilious person entered the shop and asked to be fallowed to inspect a particularly vivid tile In the front row. The salesman having disarranged the window and brought out the desired object, the supercilious Rather loud, isn't person remarked: it? Well, somewhat striking, agreed the shopman. I thought so, replied the Visitor, as he turned to leave the shop. "It offends my taste. You needat put it back. Good day!" Cityroan Say, Hayseed, losing something! Hayseed Go on, man; yer fool yer Uncle Dudley. youre cant Single Blessedness. , Emerson Theres nothing like , gle blessedness! Waters What? This sounds strange from a happily married man, A Great Surprise. Emerson I know. But I, was very Papa Ruthie, I shouldn't be sur- much afraid that the doctor was going prised if God would send you a little to say tw ins last night. The Circle. baby brother before long. What would The Crushing Reply. t you think of that? She What are you thinking about?' Ruthie Oh, papa! I think It would He Oh, nothing much. be perfectly lovely. And say, papa, She ( sweetly ) Thats egotistical. lets you and me keep it a surprise for Harvard Lampoon. mamma. Life. The Worlds Volcanoes. ' Every man who owns a single share There are 270 acti.ve volcanoes In Jersey Farmer Persevered and of stock In a $1,000,000 corporation thinks he could run it better than the the world, many of them being comFinally Landed Murderer Human Thieves Suspected. general manager does. paratively small. New Bloomfield, N. J. Walter Hatfield ol Brookdale shot a possum "thich bad eaten 200 of his chickens, valued $150. It had been preying upon the fowls for months, notwithstanding the night and day vigilance of Hatfield and members of his family, who thought human chicken thieves were at work The police also took a band in the watching after Hatfield complained to them of his heavy losses. Their work went for nothing. Hatfield got up before daylight start to market with a load of vegetables. He was harnessing the horses when he heard a great commotion in the chicken house. Rushing into the dwelling, he got his gun and went to the place of the disturbance. When he opened the chicken house door he found the fowl all awake and uneasy, d but there was no sign of a thief. The farmer, who carried a lantern, was about to leave the hennery when in a far corner be noticed what looked like a big, dark ball. Raising his gun and taking aim, he fired. Holding his lantern high, he went to the corner and found he bad killed a possum. The possum weighed 20 pounds and was literally rolling in chicken fat. two-legge- Welcome to Cuba. Havana. The Spanish war veterans have resolved to invite Col. Roosevelt to visit Cuba. The resolution says that It ia our purpose to demonstrate to the illustrious statesman, our comrade in the war for the independence and always our great and gooJ friend, the gratitude the veterans feel for the best friend of our liberties : : Day After Day One will find Toasties a constant delight. The food is crisp and wholesome and so dainty and tempting, that it appeals to the appetite all the time morning, noon and night. Some folks have pronounced Post Toasties the choicest flavoured bits of cereal food ever produced. The Memory Lingers Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Hattie Creek, Mich., U. S. A.