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Mrs. Laura L. Barnes, Wash
ington, D. C, Ladies Auxiliary lo
Burnsidc Post, No. 4, 0. A. R.,
recommends Lydia E. Pinkliam's
" In diseased thatcomo to women only,
its a rule, the doctor is called In, some
times sovcral doctors, but utill mattera
ro from bad to worse; but I hare
never known of n case of female weak-
ea wlttli ivno nnf 1i0nir1 rrlltl
I.ydlu 12. Plnklinm'R vcjjetablo
Compound was used faithfully. For
(ounjf women who nro nunjeci 10
lcadachcs. backache, irregular or pain
ful pcriodn, nnd ucrvoun nttacks due to
the severe strain on tno system ny
Mmc organic trouble, and for women
of udvanrcd years In tho moht trying
time of life, ft serves to correct every
trouble and restore a healthy action of
nil organs of the body.
Lydia K.PInkhnm'fl Vcgotnulo
Compound is a household reliance
In my home, and I would not be with
out it. In all my experience with this
medicine, which covers years, I hava
found nothing- to equal It and al
ways recommend it." Mrs. Laitha. L.
Barnkb, 007 Second St., N. E., Wash
ington, D. C. ftOOO fortit If erlglnal ef
tov litttr proving gtnvlntniit cannot it product.
Such testimony Hhould bo ac
cepted by all women as convinc
ing evidence that Lydia JE.
INnkhnm's Vojrctnulo Compound
R(andf) without n peer as a rcm
rdy for nil tho distressing ills of
Those Who Havo Tried It
trill nio no otber. Defiance Cold Water
Starch bos no equal In Quantity or Qual
ity 10 ot. for 10 cents. Other brands con
tain only 19 07,
A Remarkable New Grain.
A new grain, known as corn-wheat,
Is being gtown In enstern WaHhington.
It has tho nature of both corn and
wheat, possessing tho fattening quali
ties of corn and tho corn llavor. In
nppearanco It resembles wheat, Its
grains aro twice as largo as those of
ordinary wheat. It yields sixty to 100
bushels an acre, and seems to solve
tho problem of fattening hogs in tho
Pacific Northwest, as corn is not sue
cossfully raised In that country.
Yale Bad as Harvard.
An examination of tho records of
tho classes of Ynl'o nliunnl shows Yalo
Is on tho samo footing with Harvard
with regard to tho birth and marriage
statistics of which President Kllot
complnlncd in hln annual icporL Grad
uates of Yalo average two children
to a family.
Great Names for Postoffices.
Among tho postofilcea of this coun
try there aro seven Pierces, llftecn
Koosovelts, seventeen McKInloys,
twenty to twenty-nino Adamses, and
as ninny JefforsoiiB, Jncksona, John
tons. Grnnts nnd Garllelds, thl-ty
WnshingtoiiB, thirty Monroes, thirty
one Llncolns and thirty-two Clove
ltuulB. When water is broken into mist it
drives no mill; nnd when clang and
clutter sound through door nnd win
dow, things go not well In tho house.
One Answer for All.
Lancaster, N. Y., March 30th. Post
master RcmerB is still in receipt of
many letters asking if his cure has
It will bo remembered that some
time ago tho particulars of Mr. Ho
mers' caso wero published in theso
columns. Ho had been very low with
Diabetes. Physicians could do noth
ing to save him and he grow worse
and worbo till someone recommended
Dodd's Kidney Pills. A treatment of
this remedy was begun and when eight
boxes had been taken Mr. Remers
began to see an improvement, which
continued as tho treatment proceeded
till ho was completely restored.
Ho has since enjoyed perfect health
and Is as robust and able a man as any
in Lancaster. Interviewed tho other
day he said:
"Many people wrote to me when the
story of my case was flrBt printed and
eome write to me yet asking If the
cure waB only temporary and if the
diabetes has returned. I have only one
answer to everybody. Three years ago
I was very low with diabetes. The
best phyalcans failed to help me antl
Dodd'8 Kidney Pills cured me. I am
well and strong nnd have not had the
slightest return ot tho old trouble."
Electric lights now disturb tho
ghosts of tho Pharoaha In tho royal
tombs In the Valley of the Kings.
V aoU to ftUnd faard oik M
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mri. If jour delr dwiu i
ht then, ed for ciUWf ur to
II. M. H UVTEIU HON,
Kat i'ftwbiUcr, Ma.
SIEJUGhWCIGAR always reliable
1 taKr.AT rti
THE LIONS WHELP
A Story of Cromwell's Time
BY AMELIA E. BARR.
Author of "Tho Bow of Oranfe Ribbon." "I, Thovj and tho Other Ons,"
"The Maid of Maiden Lane." Etc.
(Copyright. 1901, J Dodd, Metfl ft Companr. All titbit reserved.)
CHAPTER VI (Continued.)
"Hut, mother, -whon I look back to
last August "
"if you want to look hnpplly for
ward never look backward. I have
nlwayB found that ono good hour
brings on another." And Jnno took
tho counsel Into her heart nnd anon
began to alng, when soon n loud, joy
ful voice Joined her, Hnd Hb owner
cumo Into the room singing them.
"Oh, Doctor Verily l" Jane cried,
"how glad I am to see you."
"I had been here an hour ago, but
I had to wait on the Lady Mary Crom
well. She has sont you a lottcr, nnd
a conch is at your order, and you aro
hid to Whitehall. And you will be
very welcome there."
Then Jane ran to her mother, and
her box of fineries was quickly
packed, and tho girl enme down for
her visit glowing with hopo and hap
piness. Ab they drew nenr to Whitehall,
Jane's spirits fell a little. She had
not caught a glimpse of her lover, and
she felt a sudden anxiety about her
position. Sometimes prosperity is as
fatal to friendship as ndverslty, and
the girl tried in Bllcnce to prepare
herself for nny change in affection
that chango of fortune might havo
caused. But her fearB were very
transient; Mary and Frances Crom
well, full of tho Joy and pride of their
great position, soon carried Jane all
through their splendid apartments,
nnd afterwards sat down together In
Mary's room to talk over old times
and the friends and occupations that
had mado them happy and memorable.
Their first Inquiry was for Lady Ma
tilda do Wick, and when Jnno an
Bwerod, "Her father is dead, and I
know not exnetly what has befallen
her Blnce his death," tho girls wero
nil silent a few minutes. After tho
pause, Mary Cromwell said:
"I remember her bo well on her fine
Unrbary maro. How handsome she
was! How proud! I wonder whero
"It was said she would live with
All eyes, turning,
her aunt, Lady Jevery; If so, alio must
be in Ixnidon."
"Wo have seen Lady Heneago
often," said Mary Cromwell, "nnd 'tis
said there Is a purpose of marriage
between Alice Heneago and a favorite
of my father's Lord Cluny Neville."
"I havo seen Ixird Neville," said
Jane. "Ho brought mo your letters
and tho blue and gold ribbon you sent
me. His visits were flying one; he
came nnd ho went."
"Like tho knight In the Btory he
loved and he rode away. Ho Is com
ing here this afternoon. Is ho not,
"He said so. He was to make some
copies of the hymn ho wrote, for Mr.
Milton has set it to music, and we nro
to practice the singing together.
Father thinks very highly of tho
"Dear mo!" ejaculated Jane, "Is ho
also a poet? 1 thought he wrote only
with his sword. I fear that he has
too many perfections. Has he not one
fault to balance them?"
"Yes; but never mind them now."
Bald Mary; "there is the bell for din
ner, and we must answer It at once
or we shall grieve mother."
They rose at these words and went
quickly to the dining-room. Mrs.
Cromwell, leaning upon the arm of
her daughter. Mrs. Ireton, was Just
entering It, and Jano wondered silent
ly at tho state these elmplo country
gentry had so easily assumed.
"The General dines with the Speak
0" said Mrs. Cromwell; and she was
herself about to say grace when Doc
tor Verity entered. He was greeted
with a chorus of welcomes, and read
ily took his seat at the foot of the ta
ble and spoke tho few words of grate
ful prayer which sweetened and
blessed the meal. Then ho said:
"As I came through Jermyn street I
Baw Lady Matilda do Wick. She
looked daggers and pistols at me. God
knows. I pity her. She was shrouded
"Hivs anything been hoard of Ste
phen de Wick?" nekod Jano.
"It Is thought he reached The Hague
in safety. His companion, Sir Hugh
Uelvard, joined Prince Huport'a pirate
At this momont Lord Cluny Neville
entered the room. He Bnw Jane on the
instnnt, and his eyes gave her swift
wolcomo, while In tho decided exhil
aration following his entrance Love
found Ida opportunities. Hut nmong
them wns none that gave him frco
speech with Jane; they were not a
moment alono. Cluny had a fund of
fjlensant talk and soon thcro was
heard from a distant apartment the
sound of miiBic, low and sweet, and
full of heavenly melody.
"That Is Mr. Milton playing," said
Mary Cromwell. "I would know his
touch among a thousand." And then
Cluny blushed a little, nnd held out a
small roll which he carried in his
hand. It contained three fair copies
of his own hymn, and Mary delighted
ly hurried Jane and Frank away with
her to the musician. He turned as
they entered and bowed gravely, and
tho girls fell at once under the charm
of his music. "Glory to God!" ho
sang, and tho room rang with the
lofty notes and seemed full of Pres
ence, nnd of flame-like faces, sublime
and tender, while the air vibrated to
the final triumphant crescendo, "Glory
to Ood! Glory to God! Glory to God
in the Highest!" And in his beauti
ful face there was Boon for a few mo
ments that face of the soul wherein
Then there was a short pause of
spiritual sensitiveness which was
broken by tho opening of a door, and
all eyes turning towards It beheld
Cromwell standing on the threshold.
Frances ran to him with a cry of de
light. Mary looked nt him with ador
ing pride, and then put Into Mr. Mil
ton's hand the roll of manuscript Lord
Nevlllo had given her. Jane left her
companions nnd timidly advanced to
meet the Lord General.
"Jane," he snld tenderly, "Jane
Swaffham, I got your message, and It
did mo good; It did Indeed. And If
ever I can nelp you or yours, Jane,
come to me; I will bo as good aa my
word doubt not Let us see what
John Milton ia going to play for us.
I'll warrant 'tis my young soldier's
hymn, and in my Judgment, a good
They wero advancing towards tho
organ as Cromwell spoke, and they
Joined the group around the Inspired
plnyer. His trampling notes gave tho
sensation, of charging men nnd horses,
and of tho ministration of angelic
The exultant song censed, but their
hearts were yet full of thanksgiving,
and Cromwell walked about the room
with Frances and Jane at hla side
humming tho majestic melody, or
breaking out Into some line of audlblo
song, until, addressing John Milton,
"We have sundry letters to write,
and tho plain truth is, 1 could wish
they were more heavenly. Here is a
man to answer who is playing fast and
loose with us and I will not have It.
He is laying too much weight on ray
patience; let him take care that he
break It not."
Speaking thus, he walked towards
the door, and Jane marveled at tho
man. His countenance was changed;
all Its wistful tendernoss and exalta
tion had given place to a stern, stead
fast severity; his voice was sharp, his
words struck like caustic, and the
homelike, country gentleman was sud
denly clothed with a great and majes
Neville left soon after the Iord Ge'rh
oral, nnd tho girls had a game of bat
tledore and shuttlecock in the long
gallery; then sewing, reading aloud,
the evening meal and the evening ex
orcise closed the day. The days that
followed were little different. On the
whole. Jano was not very sorry when
her visit was over and bhe was free to
return home. In spite of the frankest
kindness, she felt out of her element.
Tho Cromwells had outgrown their old
friends, and not all their familiarities
could dispel the atmosphoro of super
iority which suriounded them: it was
unavoidable and unequivocal, though
they were not themselves conscious
Then there enme to Jane's mind In
very sweet fashion the memory of Ma
tilda de Wick. They had quarreled al
most constantly for years, and Matil
da's exacting temper and sharp tongue
had wounded her often; but for all
that she know Matilda loved her. With
hor mind full of kindly thoughtB
towards Matilda, Jane returned to her
home, nnd she was delighted to find a
letter from her friend waning for her.
"It enme thlH very morning," said
Mrs. Swaffham, "and I told tho man
who brought It you would bo hero to
day, and no doubt would answer it
Jane laid aside her bonnet and
opened her letter. "She is at Lady
Jevcry's house, mother, and she longs
to see me, nnd Indeed I am in tho same
mind. We shall bo Bure to quarrel,
but tlion "
"You can both play at that game,
and you hold your own very well. I
would go to Jevery House In the morn
ing. Whom did y0u sco at tho Cock
pit?" "I saw Lord Neville several times,
but had no private speech with him;
and I heard Mary Cromwell say thcro
wos a purpose of marriago between
hlra and Alice Heneago."
" 'Tis very like."
"I do not think so. I am sure ho
"Then he should say so, bold nnd
"He said last night he was coming
to seo my father and you. and though
ho spoke the wordB as if they wero
mere courtesy, I read in his faco tho
purpose of his visit. Mother, we shall
need your good word with my father."
"I can't go against your father, Jane.
I would as soon tako hot coals in my
naked hands. You will have to do as
your father says, Jane; bo make up
your mind to that. Father may have
a purpose already of marrying you to
"I will not marry anyone else."
"Your Bister said the same thing,
but she married Philip Armlngford;
and now there la no man in the world
"I will marry Cluny Neville or re
main a spinster."
"You will In tho end do as your
father and brothers say. There, now!
say no more about your marriage. It
is beforehand talk, nnd that kind of
discussion amounts to nothing. It is
mostly to go over again. I have been
making inquiries about the Joverys;
they are what your father calls 'Trim
mers' neither one thing nor another."
In tho morning Jane an hour beforo
noon was on her way to Jevery House.
It stood close by Drury Lane a man
cion nobly placed upon n stone balus
traded terrace, and surrounded by a
flno garden. In this garden tho old
knight was oftenest found; ho was
there when Jane's carriage stopped at
tho iron gates. She hnd been delayed
and almost upset in Drury lno by
the deep mud, bo that the noon hour
was striking as Sir Thomas Jevery
met and courteously walked with her
to the entrance hall. Here there wero
a number of servants, nnd their chief
Ubhered her into a stately cedar salon,
the walls of which wero painted with
the history of the Giants' war. Soon
Delia ennle hurriedly Into the room
with an exclamation of delight. "Oh.
Miss Swaffham! Oh, Miss Jane!" sho
cried. "My lady is Impatient to seo
you." She led Jane up a magnificent
stairway lined with portraits, and they
-oon reached Matilda's apartment. As
the door opened she rose and stretched
out her arms.
"Baggage!" sho cried with a weak,
hysterical laugh. "You dear little bag
gage! You best, truest heart! How
glad I am to see you!"
And Jane took her in her arms, and
both girls filed a little before they
could speak. Matilda was so weak,
and Jane so shocked to sec tho chango
In hor friend's appearance, that for a
few moments tears were the only pos
sible speech. At length Jane said:
"You have been 111, and you never
sent for me. I would have stayed by
you night and day. I would have been
mother and sister both. Oh, Indeed,
my mother would have come to you,
without doubt! Why did you not let
(To be continued.)
New Trble Glass.
Never was an ambitious hostess
who did not succumb to the charms
of dainty glassware, let those who
will try to harden their hearts against
the benutitul fluted specimens of
crystal that stand erect on the dining
tables of the leading Parlsiennes.
With somo sets of wine glasses the
top edge of each cup opens out into
no less than eight little flutes; but
far more beautiful arc tho cups
that aro fashioned with only four, so
that the impress of the top of one
on paper would be something like a
The glasses are, of course, of the
finest crystal, and take for ornament
raised bands of rich gold, which give
wonderful dignity. Touches of the ex
quisite French enamels come on some
of the glasses as the blossom of a
delicate Bpray of flowers traced iu
gold, or, on the more ornate cups of
crystal, among the IntrlcacleB of
Rested on the Sun's Day.
In A. D. 313 the Emperor Constan
tine of Rome granted toleration to
the Christians nnd in 321 he gave im
perial sanction to tho observance of
tho first day of tho week. The edict
which introduced a new era in Sun
day observance runs: "On tho vener
able day of the sun let tho magistrate
and people residing In cities rest and
let all workshops be closed. In the
country, however, persons engaged In
tho work of cultivation niny freely
and lawfully continue their pursuits,
because it often happens that another
day Is not so suitable for grain sow
ing or for vine plantiug, loet by neg
lecting tho proier moment for such
operations the bounty of heaven
should be lobt."
. How Herbert Spencer Dictates.
When Herbert Spencer began tho
composition of "First Principles," In
1800, ho adopted the practice of dic
tating to an amnnuensis. IIo was
spending the Bummer by the shore of
a Scottish loch. His habit waB to die
tnto for a quarter of an hour, then
row for an equal period, with tho ob
ject of stimulating the circulation of
tho blood as to carry htm through an
other fifteen minutes' dictation, nnd
so on through the forenoon. Neither
then nor afterwnrd has ho worked
In tho afternoon. Ten years later, nt
times when his health fell to a low
ebb, ho would go to a racquet court
in tho north of London, play with tho
man in charge and dictate in tho in
tervals of the game.
The Oldest Lawmaker.
Tho oldest lawmaker in tho world
is beyond doubt David Wark, ot Fred
erlcton, N. B., who Is In his 100th year.
He will leave for Ottawa next month
to tako his seat in the senate of Can
ada, where he has served continuously
since 18G7. Mr. Wnrlt was 21 years
old when he loft Ireland for New
HrunBwick. Ho has been n lawmaker
for Blxty-threo years, first for his prov
ince nnd then for the federated dominion.
The Champion Milch Cow.
Utlca, N. Y., ha3 recently won dis
tinction through a Holstoin-Frlcsinn
cow, Sadie by name whlch.or perhapB
such a cow as Sadie ought to be re
ferred to as "who" la a resident of
that place. Sadlo has broken tho
world's thirty-day record for milk giv
ing and butter producing. In the thir
ty daya during which Sadie was put to
tho test alio produced a fraction over
2,754 pounds of milk, from which was
extracted 123 pounds, 8V ouncea of
butter. In other words, the milk that
Sadie gave during tho thirty days'
contest would have been sufficient to
drown her hnd it been tanked nnd
she thrown In, whllo her month'a sup
ply of butter, If packed in tho ordinary
bricks, would have served to make
around her a wall so high that she
could hardly have jumped over it.
One reason why American work
men accomplish more In a day than
workmen abroad is because of shoes.
Our shoes are lighter, easier on the
feet, and thus permit greater action.
The fines and forfeitures imposed
upon and collected from the enlisted
men of the army were vaatly Increas
ed during tho year subsequent to the
abolishment of the canteen.
It Is the good done without thought
of reward that usually gets It.
ItED CIIOSS HALT, nLDE
Should be in overy borne. Ask voiir grocol
for it. Largo i! oz. package only 5 couts.
When a man knows his work and
will not do it, pity him more than one
who is to hang tomorrow. Dr. George
Why It Is the Best
is bocnuso made by an entirely different
process. Delhiuco Starch U unlike any
other, bettor uud ouo-tblrd nioro for 10
Never a Death in the Family.
A remarkable family reunion was
lhat ot tho Thurstons recently held
in the town of Rumford, Me., at the
home of Mr. und Mrs. Trueworthy
Thurston, aged respectively 81 and 79
years. Tho family consists of tho
parents, six sons and two daughters,
with seventeen grand children and
four great grand-children. Thus far
not a singlo death has broken tho cir
cle. At ono time the members were
widely scattered, but all now reside
In or within easy distance of Rum
ford, in what has come to be called
'tho Thurston district." The young
est, a plump boy weighing over ten
pounds, was born there on the day
of the reunion.
Irving In "Inferno."
Tho Inferno scene for Sardou's
"Dante," which will be produced by
Irving, will cost about $20,000. It
opens in a graveyard by moonlight.
Cypresa treea will move back and
the tombs will eink down. The leg
end, "Abandon hope all ye who enter
here," will ahine in phosphoroBcent
greeting over the mouth of hell; gusts
of red smoke will be puffed from this
mouth, nnd Bobs, cries and cursea will
bo distinctly heard. Bursts of fire,
smoko and thunder will come from
the graves, and a tomb will gape to
let a corpse peer out. "A sparkllt
rain of fire will change into a dull
rain of blood, nnd from that to a
ghaatly green." Then there will be
a view of tho arctic hell, probably
with real ice. aa well as a procession
of spirits, and the final return to earth.
MONEY TO COOKS.
$7,500.00 Donated, to Be Divided
Among Family Cooks.
The sum of $7,500.00 will be dis
tributed between now and midsummer
among family cooks, in 735 prizes rang
ing from $200.00 to $5.00.
This is done to stimulate better
cooking in the family kitchen. Tho
contest is open to paid cooks, (drop
the name "hired girl" call them cooks
If they deserve it) or to tho mistress
of the household if sho does the cook
ing. The rules for contest aro plain
and simple. Each of the 735 winners
of money prizes will also receive an
engraved certificate of merit or di
ploma as a cook. Tho diplomas bear
tho big gilt seal nnd signature of the
most famous food company in the
world, Tho Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., of
JJattle Creek, Mich., the well known
makers of Postum Coffee and Grape
Nuts. Write them and address Cook
ery Dept. No. 349, for full particulars.
This remarkable contest among
cooks to win the money prizes and di
plomas will give thousands of families
better and moro delicious meals as
well as cleaner kitchens and a general
improvement in tho culinary depart
ment, for tho cooks must show marked
skill and betterment In service to win.
Great sums of money devoted to such
enterprises always result in putting
humanity further along on tho rond to
civilization, health, comfort and hap-
nrl ritTrl r n fTrrF ilfi it V r
"lay you up,"
"play you cut,"
"put you to bed"
quicker than a
feel tho first ef
fect of colds in
the kidneys; back
ache, rhoumat ic
pains, urinary disor
ders, retention of
the urine, infrequent
and too frequent urinary discharges,
tell of kidneys out of order.
Doan'a Kidney Pills cure all Kidney
Ills from common backache to danger
A. T. RItenour. owner of tho wood
yard at 125 East Cork street, Winches
ter, Va., says: "Ever since I had la
grippe 1 have been a sufferer from
kidney troubles, which made them
selves apparent in racking pains
through tho region of tho kidneys
and acroSB the small of my back. Tho
pnins wero always severe, and some
times bo sharp and biting that they
compelled me to take to my bed. Tho
kidney secretions furnished further
evidence of disorders. They were off
color, irregular, and painful of pas
sage. Added to this there was an an
"The newspaper advertisements of
Doan's Kidney Pills attracted my at
tention, and I procured a box of that
remedy at Franck Baker & Sons'
drug store. The relief I experienced
was magical. The pills lifted me from
my bed of sickness, placed mo on my
feet, and made me a well man. I
can work as well aa ever. Doan's
Kidney Pills, I believe, saved my life.
They are a great remedy to stop kid
ney troubles resulting from colds."
A FREE TRIAL of this great kid
ney medicine which cured Mr. RIte
nour will be mailed on application to
any part of tho United States. Ad
dress Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y. For Bale by all druggists; price,
50 cents per box.
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Our 1,000-page catalogue tells
the story. We will send it upon
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The house that tells tho truth.
Every atom is composed of positive
and negative electrons, or vagrant
electric charges, in apace. Just how
such a charge exists in spaco or what
Its mechanism is does not yet ap
pear. Ati. cr-To-nATR iiorsKKr.nrEns
Use IIcnI Cro's Ball Hlue. It mukes clothes
clean and hwoet us when now. All grocers.
How much lies In laughter, tho
cipher key wheiewith we decipher tho
whole man. Thomas Carlyle.
When Your Grocer Says
he docs not havo Defiance Starch, you may
bo Furn he is afraid to keep it until IiIh
nock of 12 oz. packages are sold. Defiance
Rtnrch is not only hotter than any other
Cold Wntcr Starch, but contains 10 or. to
the imckago and Bells for same money as Vi
An Uutomatlc Baby Nurse.
A Swlaa mechanic clnima to havo
Invented an automatic baby nurse.
The aparatua la attached to a cradle.
If the baby erica air waves cause
specially arranged wires to operate a
phonograph, which swings a lullaby,
while simultaneously clockwork la re
leased and rocks the cradle. When
tho crying stops tho wires cease to
vibrato and the cradle stops rocking.
One by one tho bachelor's excuses aro
No man may expect to enjoy him
self fishing unless ho baa something
better than worms In IiIb bottle.
No true and permanent fame can be
founded except in labors, which pro
mote the happiness of mankind.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color
more goods, per package, than others.
Ann Arbor's Typhoid Experiment.
With the object of discovering a
cure for typhoid fever a remarkable
experiment is being conducted at Ann
Arbor university, Michigan. Six big
tanka hnvo been conatructed with a
layer or gelatin, and on these 144
square feet of fever germa nre grown
at a time. These living germa aro
scraped off. killed and bottled up. Two
ounces of them would kill 0,000 gui
nea pigs. The object is, if poBsible,
to extract the poison from the germ
bodies, feed animals with it and try
to discover an antidote.
Stops tho rough nnd
WorkH oirtliu Cold
Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. I'rlceSSc
Thomas Jefferson's Sun Dial
P. S. Dcvlne of St. Loula owns a
sun dial mado by Thomas Jefferson
The authenticity of tho relic Is atte
ed by documents duly Sworn to In
orilsr to tell tho coirect time tho" dial
miibt bo set. by the North star.
More Flexible nnd Lasting,
won't bliake out or blow out- h ..i
Defiance Btareh von obtain he'ttor7, K
than ixmiblo wfth any other brand and
ouo-tblrd inoru for wwiu money,
yjussar """ JAW
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