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p "that I do not o,.P,m4 .hi brd
but I ! H(1t k h(i better hr,H
Kf ery sport m th United stateii
I on his Biiiiifii rairiu. w.t
brtef the tithe of hat .aht.y Ulkg
to worth. I wish kii could I,Hvh ,t
without sports, as many tlior.wghbn d
ten aa have thoroughbred horses
mn who have Urn im-tib-aml ,,,,, ll(j
Vive of lh tiiorout.!,jr.-U horse and
yw B'n( of th vi.f i w-urh ail(1
THE MODERN BEADTY
Tbrrve. on k1 f.NHl nM, mih-I,,,,. , iih
plenty of rx-rnx.. i,i ti- ,,,. .,..' jj,.r
fci m ((lows iili health and l rf4, e i.i x.uts
Mh ll lir.mti. If I.,., ici,i i.,, I, the
leanainr ol n :v r. ,i- mjP
'' grnt'e ui.l .:.u-iin
live f-'yrup ut Fir.
'. Two pineal ifi.,1,,1 i H MI ll0(jj,
aliowr.1 iii the renter ol tli.- brain. It
contain it cavny liol t.n a sub
staiie runipoaeri t phiphate hih!
earboiiH'e ol lime, lis use in I tin annual
erutnimy i absolutely unioowii.
Fanciful pliyMt.logmt hsve conj.riured
Kit I) tllH keHt (if I he Did.
Ht. fouia (jiorie lifiziiirriit.
fiw to Our llca.irnt
MtwominjiialH liro. I'lurd avenue
iiinfh alreet. New York, oiler
a but tiuikropt stock of dry uih'hU hi ,
no.. ,.i.t;. inpf uara kiiiuiv proin
liied l4i Kcud fil paiiH ilium rated prire
lift o v.ur rcadern fri-e of charge.
1 rlu for otif.
knl V . I I k - I
Wither I'rophil Wiegms aritioutices
UKt the inhabitant!! of th planet Mars ;
r lri)Mlliii to the earth. Iiut he fails
Ut liit-rHl thur meaning. If Mars
waul tu borrow money or swap fish
torien, the Hinals may just m well be
ijserrd. 'Ihe earth isn't gomj into
bumew with si rangers. -New York
Hall'a Catarrh Cure
Jmt;ool cur I'r Ic 7S orala
Preleawor Wiggiim, words evoke the
conjecture that.siure the earth presents
Um pliaaes of the moon to Mara, the
of New York Bnd iirooklin,
apeciMllT the grealHandy Hook search
hfht, alf(lil poanbly be seen aa a light
pot from Man witb the aid of a great
Uleacwr. l'hiladelpua lleoord.
While China and Japan are at war
It will be just as well for the rest of
the world to keep an eye on Russia.
The bear is hungry for more territory
aitd prefer Korea to the Pamir, -f 'ln
rinuatu Commercial (ia7etle.
We are somewhat In doubt about l'ro
feasor Wiggins' authority to speak for
tbe Marsiaus in this matter, but we
place aa much confldeni e in tliis pre
diction as in any other the profess
or e?er ha.i made. Chlmgo tispatcli.
China is said to be sending soldiers
armed with Iniws and arrows to fight
tbe Japanese in Korea I his is an ex
cel lent plan r the onject is to decrease
tbe population of tho Chinese empire.
A woman's brain is larger in propor
tion to the weight of the, borly than thf
of a man.
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A bout a young
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plain irtil. lurt! niiynnf, on Um natiir,
symiitoou and eoraoilitv, by h.Hiia trat
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amy fm aw tw a-a i
rlVclli'' 11 ,s hipht!m.Ithlnk, we should have
Tu Kila-kTa drew back with a litt'e
:ry of surprise. "You know it in in
the ree!' ho cr ed. "Vou know my
uli kept there,! Why, I'ia, who
lo I you (hat? and yon a woman! Hal
(pedieine, indeed! Some, mm Ims I Ren
ti ahli ing wha he '.-a netl in i he mys
teries. lf!,iB, l.l each the ear
if the Kin? of : he t ain " he panned
my. ri im.y.
What' What?" da cried. Heizing
h hami in hora. ami i.i-ciii(f it h rd
; U h-r Ikimi I, in her uns et v und ea'ei -j
o.-. "'J'ell me t he oeret' 'J ell mi-:''
I With a b hi. Jen 'harp howl of viartinj;
I pain. Tu-hila-kiia wilhdrew hrtr liamK
"im rial k. ueeed the diihit tlio
rot had In ten. and hlood In
an once j
lllure '. Hovr fr"ra n
: wiih ill) l l- 01 ri'VHllL" I'linin rivi'r
theMaair. H.t ea (flit her hv tho
lim-k wit h hia other huml. prusniid li.-r
Ihioal hiinl till bho was hlai k in ttie
f.iee, kit ked ht.-r wveral tiirms will)
Vroe i iuh rat'e ami then llunir her
1WUJ' f1'""1 him l "thor id; of t lie
;i.n Hii neree nno unnaniaiuiiie
la. Hli.iken and hurt, darted
coward the door, with a fa of ab ert
error, l or every reason on eart h she
I was inten-ely alarmed. Were it
j iiiurcly aa a matter of purely earthly
j tear, she had ground enough for fright
in uaviii).' bo rou-eu ttie naety m;;er or
that iownrful and implacaiilo creature.
He wouid kill her and eat her with far
!e eoinpunetion tlian an lnHi-h
farmer would kill and cat. one m hia
own barn yard eiiiekeua. Hut besides
that, it UTrilii her not a little in
more mynterious ways to see the blood
of a tfood falling upon the earth no
freely. Klie knew not what awful re
tulu to henteli und her race mig lit fol
low from k) terrible a desecration.
But. to her utter a-tonih:i mil, the
grout gtxi himself, mad with rae a.
he was. seemed nonu the lens nlmont
aa pro:oundl frightened and surprised
as she heielf waa. "What did you do
that fori"' he cried, now sutlieieiuly re
covered for thought and speech,
wringing hi hand witb pain, and then
popping his linger hastily in his mouth
to earie it. "You are a clumsy thing.
And you want to destroy mo, too, wit h
your foolitih clumsincHH. "
He looked al her aud scowled. He
was very ant'ry. Hut the savage,
woman is nothia if not o,uii:k-witted
and politic In a rhu-h of intuition,
I la saw al once he tvan more fright
ened than hurt., he n afraid of the
eilect of this strange revelation upon
his own reputation for supremo god
ship. VVith every mark and gesture
of deprecatory servility the woman
sided back to his side like a whipped
dog. for a second she looked down
on the ,'.oor at the dropsof blood; then,
without, one word of warning or one
instant's he-tit Hon, she bit her own
linger hard till blood flowea from it
freely, "I will show this to l ire and
Water," she said: holding' it up bnloro
his eyes, ul1 ren n ml bice. ling. ' I will
I lay you were augry with me and bit
!uie for a pnrn.-hmeiit. aa you often do.
i he w II never ti ml out it w as the
blood of a go I. Have no fear for their
eyes. Let me look at your finger."
Tu-KIla Kila, half appeased by her
clever quirkneNi, tie'd his hand out
Milkily, like a diaobed cut hild. I la
xa.'n'iicd it do-. "A hit;. "she said.
ih.Ttly. "A bite from a bird! a peek
I Irom a parrot!'"
Tu-ivila Kila jerked out a surly its
i '"Yen, the Soul ol all dead pu'rots."
! be auowered. with an iinjjry larc.
j "H bit me this mornin.! at the Kintr
! if tho Hinis." A vl ions briito. Hut
jo ouo saw it."
j L'la put thu liiieer up to her own
' pouth, and sucked !in wound gently.
' ler medicine stunchtid it. Tlien she
' jiok a thin leaf of thu paper nuillieiTy.
' oft, cool, and soothing, ami liound It
round the p'ace wi:h u strip of tho
i .ace-I ke inner ba.-k. as deft ly iih any
hospital nurse in txjiidon would have
lone it. These navae women are caD
,itivl bauds In siekucn. Tu-Ki a-Klla
mtaud sulked niiutuw iiile, like a niN
1 piointl child. When I in. had
Hni-hcd, sho nodded her head and
g id ml aolt'y away. she knew her
chance of learning the secret was gone
for the moment, and sho had too uiuch
lofthegtloof the savage woman to
ipoilber chamx-s by loitering alout
i uuneceasarily wiiils her lord wax in his
' present ungracious humor.
I As she stole Irom tho hut, Tu-Kila-Kiia.
looking ruefully at his wounded
: hand, and thon ut that light und supple
' retreating lirure, muttered sulkily to
i himself, with a very bad grace, "the
! woman knows too much, she knows
tint Tu-kilii-Kilu' life and soul are
j bound up Id the tree, .she knows that
I I bled, and that the parrot bit me. If
'ho blubs, aa woman will do, nib-chief
i mav come of it. I am a great god, a
goa KOeu. Diooumirsiy,
1. And 1 like that woman. Hut
. . j i ... i: .... v.-- IU,
nd a no'i, aim uoiuiux uy um uwu ,-
ten and blewling hand with a farewell
iliuke, aa If V) remind he- divine bus-
tow to herself
0 w(.nt, "lie is a very great gOil.
a very great go I, no doubt; but I hate
biin! He would eat me to-morrow if I
dldn t coax him and wheedle him and
keep him in t"Ki temper. You wunt
to !) sharp, indeed, to bo the wife of a
god, 1 goi, o I to-day with the akin of
I my teeth. Ho might have turned and
killed rao. If only I count nna out me
Ureal Tab.x, I would te.U it to tho
stranger, the King of the Italu: and
then, perhaiis. Tu-Klla Kila would dm.
And the stranger would neiHime Tu-Kila-Klla
in turn, and would las ouo
of hi wives; and Toko, who is his
bo in his
Bbadow, would return ukiu hi
aervico of Tu-lvlU-Klla's temple."
ilut i'lrc, a ho uaasod, Wb saying
t water, "We are get ling tired In
IHoupirl Of LAV!!, Hi wum nwui. 11
,ack f tbe island w ooi w mange,
(XiUNUL OK WAR.
Thut pame afternoon Mur'el had
visitor. M. oules i eyron. former. y of
the (,'olle e do Fr nee, no longer a
mere l'olyne-i. n od. Out a French
geiitiema i of the lioulevards invoice
and manner, came to i ay his respects,
as in uuty bo.iiid, to Midemoselie
Kills. M. I'eyrou had performed his
toilet under trying: circumstances, to
the la st of his ability. The remnants
or bis European i loWjes. much pa cned
and overhung with squares of native
tappa cioth, wore b dden as much as
pi.jHiblo b, a wide feather cloak, very
savage in eileet, but more seemly, at
any rale, than the tattered garments
ill which Felix had tirnt found hit, in
njH own pardon parterre. M. i cyicn.
however, was fully aware of the de
fects of his costume, and profoundly
apologetic. "It is with ten thousand
regrets, niiidemoUeile," he snij, many
times over, bowing low and sinii ering,
''that I venture to appear in a Jady s
sahm for af.cr all, wherever a Ku
ropcan lady goes, there her salon fol
lows her in sucu a tenuo as that in
which 1 am now comjioilcd to present
myself. Mais (jtio vovie.-vous? Nous
ne to. times pas a i'aris '' For to M.
I'eyron. as innocent in his way as Mali
herself, the whole world divided itself
into I'aris and the i rovinees.
Ne.eithclens,ll was touching to both
tbe new-comers to see the ! reuchman's
dolight at meeting once more wi h
civilized beings. "Figure to yourself,
mademoiselle," be said, with true
French ellusiou -"figu. e to yourself
tho joy and surp lso with which 1, this
morning, receive monsieur, you.
friend, a', my humble cot age. Forthe
lirst time after nine years on this hate
ful island, I see again a European lace;
I hear again Fi ench language. My
erno ion, believe me, was loo p. ofouud
for words. When monsieur was gone,
1 retired to my hut, i sat clown ou the
floor, I gave mvself over to .ears, tears
of joy and gra.itude, to think I should
once more catch a glimpse ol civi i.a
i on! 1 his afternoon, 1 ask myself can
I venture to go out and pay my re
spects, thus attired, in these lags, to a
European lady? For a long time I
doubt, I wonder, 1 hesitate. In my
qua ity of Frenchman, I would have
wished to call in civilized costume
Uxin a c.vilized household. Hut, what
would you have?' Necessity knows no
law. 1 am compelled to envelope my
self in my savage rots) of o i.ee as a
f olynesian god - n, i-obe of office which,
for the rest, is not witho.it an interest
of its own to theseiontitlcemnologiat.
It belongs to me especially as King o.'
the Hirila. and in it, in c.ect, is repre
sented at. lea-t one icathe.' of each
kind or cOlo.1 fro n every pa t of the
1 isly oi eve y :-poeieiOI bird that inhabit,-,
tsoujia. i. 1 thu-i i-uin up, pour
ain.ti dire, in my ollieial costume all
thebi d-io, tho inland, as Tu-Kila-Kiia,
tho very high god. Mum up, in
bis iiiaint and curio .s u e-s, the laud
. n I the . ea. the t nv. anil the i-loncs,
earth, and air, and lite and water."
Fami.iarily with danger beg-jts at
last a certain eallous indifference,
Muriel wa nnr risod in hor own mind
to ill's n "ir how easily they could chut
witn M. I'eyron on such indifferent
subjects, with thut awful doom of an
apiiro.t- hiny dealri hanging over them
so shortly. Hut the fai t was, terrors
of tnery kind had m encompassed thoiu
round since their arrival on thu island
thul tlie nice additional eert-ainty of a
dale and mode of execution was rather
a relief to their minds than otherwise.
It partook of tin: nature of a reprieve,
not. a sentence, i.esiden, th s meeting
w if b anot her spctker ol a Kuropcau
tongue poeuu: i to them so fu.l of
promise and hope thai they aluuiKt. for
got the tenors of their thrcaU-ned end
in their liis us'-ioii of p:n itiie s. h i es
fores a to freedo u. Kven M. I'ey
ron himself who liiid sjM'nt nine long
years of exile in the Island, fell that,
tho urriv.il of two Dew Kuio:ans gave
him some hoisj ol elTocting at la a bis
own retreat from this unendurable po
sition, liis talk was all of oassing
steamers. If the Australasian had
came near enough ouco to sight tbe
island, ho argued, then the homeward
vessol, en route for Honolulu, muni
have begun to take a new course i ou
aiderably to the east ward of tho old
navigable channel. If this were so,
their obvious plan was to keep a watch,
day and night, forunot ber issing Aus
tralian liner, and wbcno.er one hove
in si'ht, to utoal away to the shore,
sei.e a stray canoe., over; ower, if ik
aiblc, their Shadows, or even give
thtiin the slip, npd make one bold
slroko for freedom on tho ojien o'ean.
None ol thera could conceal from
their own minds, to be sure, the ex
treme di iiculty of carrying out this
program. In tbe tlrst place, it was a
toss-up whether they eversighted an
other steumer at all; for during the
weoka) they had already nassed on the
island, not a aigh of one had appeared
from any quarter. Then, again, even
sii jKjsiug a steamer ever hove in
sight, what likelihood that they could
make out for ber in an open canoe In
lime to attract alienttou be ore she
had passed the island? Tu-Kila-Kila
would never wllllngiy lot them go;
their SliadoA t would watch thorn with
unceasing care; the whole Isjdy of na
tives would combine together to pre
vent their departure. If they ran uway
at nil. they must run for their lives:
as -oopaa the laiaudcrs discovered they
were cone, manned at once with
bloodthirsty suvagea. who would fol
low on their track with reluutlese per
sistence. As for Muriel, less prepared for such
dungerous adventures than the two
men, she wau rather inclined to attach
a certain romaniir imisirlanco ma a
girl might doi to tho story of tbe par
rot, and the jiossilile disclosures which
it could make if It could only rommunl-
citte with tliom. The mysterious ele
ment in lo uatonr 01 that unique
bird altravuWd Br faocT. "Tbe only
ouo of 1U rvm now left alive," alio
aid, with alow rellectlvenoss. "Like
Dolly I 'entreat h, tho last old woman
who could apeak Oornlsh! I won
der bow ion parrots ever uve o
you kmw al all, mon-ieur? You are
the King o tbe fiirds you ounut lo
be aa auihor.ty on tiieic haUu und
Toe frenchman smiled a gallnnt
mile. "i nhawpily, niademoiselh
be aa!d, "tbo.iu an a medical student
1 took up iu a ertuiu extent b.ologi. al
8-ience in ;eneral at the Col.ege de
Frar.ee, I never paid any spe ial or
j.ec liar attention in I aris to biros in
part cular. ! iut it is the nnive,!-.. i
op. mou oi the native if that tout.
fur much that parrots live to a v.-ry
great age: aud th s oua o.d parrot, of
mine, whoiu 1 cail Aiethi.sclah on no
count of liis cdianced .vears. is consid
ered I.y them all to be a perfect piti i
art h. In e e-'. wh o the oldest men
now living on the isiaud wore litt.e
boys, they tell me thi-.t Methuselah
was already a tenerabio atid much
venerated parrot, lie must certain. y
have outlived ail the rest of his race
by at least the best part ol three-quur-1ers
of a century. For tho isiauuers
themselves not infre juentiy live iy
iimniinoub consent, to be ove' . huu ;
"I remember to have read somY
where,"' Felix said, turning it over n
his mind, "that wlieu iiumitoldl W is
traveling in tho wilds of South Amer
ica he found one very old parrot th an
Indian v illage, which the .noians as
Bured Iii a. sNiko the language of au
extinct tribe, inrompn hensib e then
by any liv ing person. If l lecollcct
arilit, HumlMddt believed that par
ticular bird must have lived to be
nearly a 1.j0."
"That is so, monsieur," the French
man answered. "I remember the case
well, and have often recalled it. I
recollect our prffessor n entioninjj it
one day in the coui-se of his lectures.
And I have always mentally coupled
that parrot of Humlsildl's with nivold
friend and sub ect, Methuselah, flow
ever, that only impresses upon me
more fully tho fo ly oi hoping that wo
can learn anything worth knowing
from him. I have heard him recito
his story many times over though now
lie eepeuts ii lcs.i frequently than ho
used formerly to do; and i feel con
vinced it is tvuehed in somo unknown
and, no doubt, forgotten ln
guage. It is a much more gutternl
and unplousunt touue than uny oi tho
s ift dialects now sjioken in l'oiynesia.
It belonged, i am convinced, to that
yet earlier and more savage race which
tho l'olynosiaua must have displaced;
and as such it js now, I feel certain,
practically Irre vocable."
"If they were more savage than thn
Polynesians," Muriel said, with a pro
found sigh, "I'm t-ori y for anybody who
fell Into their clutches."
"Hut what would not many philolo
gists at homo in England give," Felix
inui mured, ph losophioally, "for a
transcript of the words that parrot can
speak - perhaiis a liis:, relic of the very
earliest and most primitive form of
At the very moment when theso
things were passing under tho wattled
roof of Muriel's hut, it happened that
on the taboo-space outside. Toko, tho
Shadow, stood talking for a moment
with i'ia, the fouitecntb wife of the
"i never see you now, Toko," tho
beautiiul Fo yneslan said, leaning al
most across the white line of coral sand
which she dared not transgress.
"Times are dull at the temple since
you came to lie Shadow to the white
faced strange r."
It was fbr that that Tu-Klla-Kila
sent me nere," tho Shadow answeied,
with profound conviction. "He is
jealous, the groat god. He is bad. Ho
is cruel. He wanted to get rid of mo.
So be rout mo away to the King of the
Jla.u that 1 iii gli. nolree you. '
I,'. a pouted, and held up lu r wounded
linger before his eyes coquettishly.
"See, whai ho did for me,'' she said,
w th a mute appeal for sympathy
though in thut particula matter the
truth was uol in ber. "Your god was
iingr. with mo to-day because I hurt
his hand, und he cl tched me. by tho
throat, and almost choked mo. He
has a bad he rt. Soe how he bit me
and drew blood. Somo of these days,
I lielieve, he will kill and eat. mo.''
The Sbndovv giant ed around Him sus
piciously with an uneasy air. Then
in: whispered low, in a voice half
grudge, half terror, "If he docs, ho
is a great god ho can search ti.o
world 1 fear him much, but Toka
heart is warm. Let Tu-Kila-kiia look
out for v cii'cii'ice."
The womun gluneed at l.im ooen
cyod, with her enticing hsik. "If tho
King of tho Ituin. who is Korong,
knew all the secret," she murmured,
slowly, "ho would soon be Tu-Kila-Kila
himself: and you and I could then
moet tcget er freely."
, td uk ;(N'rivr,'Kr.j
An Honest Man al. Last,.
If Diogenes had set forth with hi
lamp last night In search c.f Jiuiluio's
honest man he would have seen him
in au outi-hound Itroadway car about
S:,-io o'clock, lie got on ut Washing
ton street and took a sent beside a
mau dressed in the tinifo ui o a
sol ier. The latter had transferred
from so i e other line, and by an over
sight on the part of tho first condmv
tor bud two transfers Id place of one.
When the second man got seated, the
aold ier, out of tbe kindness of his
heart, wbiscred a word in his ear
and put one of the transfers In his
hand The honest man took the pa
per and examined it carefully, and
everybody in thu car meanwhile a
peured to take a lively interest in the
transaction. I-or reasons best, known
to himself, probably from his Inborn
instinct of honest, and, perhaps, on
tbe other hand, hecaust. he thought
the conductor was on, tho man t
whom the transfer was tendcre I ap
parently preferred to pay his tare, hut
was In a sad jierplcxitv of doubt what
to do, conjecturing that the soldier
would think him a poor sort of a fel
low If he did not use the opportunity
to get a free rldo that was offered
hiiu. As tho conductor came to
wards him however, he reached Into
his pocket an I produced the neces
sary coin and paid it to the railway
company's collors, to tho uncoueea ed
disgust or the donor rf the transfer,
who made some letnark about fools
being still among the living. Buffalo
Somk men would complain If tbe
did not have anything to complain
This cooler eggs are kept the
quicker and lighter they beat ujx
Take no Substitute for
Royal Baking Powder.
It is Absolutely Pure.
All others contain alum or ammonia.
T al Yllw Jacaet.
The story of the degredatiou of Li
Hung Chang appears to be another lie
hung up.- New York World.
There is a growing impression that
Li Hung Chang tealiy Bent that yellow
jacket of lug to Taiior Uowe to helmed.
Li Hung Chang lost bis jacket be
cause he was thought to have lost his
head, and now It will surprise nobody
if he loses bis head because he lost bis
jacket. New York Sun.
One of the latest uses to which paper
has been turned is the making of ttl
egraph pole?. The paper puipemploved
is saturated with a mixture of borax,
tallow and other substances. The mass
is cast in a mold, .with a cone in the
center, forming a . hollow rod of any
desired length, the cross pieces being
being held by wooden keys driven in
on either side of the po'e. The paper
pole are said to be lighter and stronger
than those of wood, and to be unaffect
ed by the many weather mtluertces
which shorten the life of a wooden pole,
It is doubtful, however, whether the
pajier pole will come to be anything
like a rival to the iron pole, which is
now high in tavor for the carrying of
all kinds of wire lines. The value of
iron telegraph poles has been well test
ed ttoder the most trying conditions on
the line between Europe and India,
and again across arid stretches of
country in Australia . Insects that eat
out the core of everything in tbe shape
of wood, leaving the shell only, and
bird borers that drill holes in tbe tough
eat tree, let the Iron pole pass, and
eren wandering tribes can not chop it
up for Srewood, although down In Aus
tralia they have not yet quite gotten
over their trick of making arrow heads
of the insulators that it carries.
Ir. Wlnalow'a Soothing Svanr for child
ren leetlitiiir, floftem tbe giima, rtyluceti intlam
mation, ttava piilu, cures wind colic. 'c boitle.
The chemical composition of the
epidermis of the heel is nearly the same
as that of the matter of nails, horns
and hoots. ,
Hair may be transplanted, and under
proper conditions will grow as well In
1U naw as in its natural situation.
The teeth, like the hair and nails, are
appendages of the skin and form d"
part of the osseous system.
In Hot Weather
Something is needed to keep up the appe
tite, assist digestion and give giod,
healthful sleep. For these purposes
Hood'sSarsaparilla is peculiarly ail apted
H OOd'S Sana-
As a Mood purifier it
ban no equal, and it
is chiefly bv its
power to make on re
blood that it ban won such fame as a
cure for dcrofuln. calt rheum and other
similar diseases. Get only Morals. I
flotirt'a nil rurc hi sdnclic und iiiiliueMiuii,
C Per 1 ,000 to dutnb'ils Circulars in your tows.
J IVnd 4f hlantp. I'H r Men. Co.. C'htwtKO.
no matter what their ailment
are benefitted by the
pure air and healing waters of
Hot Springs, S. D.
eczema, liver, blood
and kidney complaints
are only a few of the diseases that
are there successfully treated.
Beautifully Illustrated folder free
Ak the Local Ticket Agent for a
J. FRANCIS. Gen'l
Sit. Itiie A cr.t .... . ,
A bright, very tin de si-ete youii
miss or 1 1 spoke of her ;--: (he other
day as a "middle aged gni" ami further
testified that she and iter kind vre
hard to please. Every mother of one
of them realizes this. They are no
longer little girls, although they ougnt
to be, aud their airs aud assumptions of
womanhood are In riy to tell cue's
friend's of, but are often very trying to
encounter. Some of them are very
blase -all of thetu need the wisest and
most lovii'g care.
Suf !(uiirU Against Kill,
lie careful how you permit, tbe grad
ual removal fro.u your thinking aud
conduct of those safeguards ae-uisl
evil that were established by wise coun
selors in your early years. They are
like fortress walls for your protection.
It is estimated that about one million
acres ou tiie Atlantic and Baltic shores
of Europe have become since the ae-
strucMou of the forests a moving desert
of sand dunes, rolling inland, burying
the fertile soil aud rendering the laud
barren by the sand showers sprinkled
over It, while following the landward
roll of the duties came the restless
march of the victorious sea. Like the
removal of those forests is the removal,
in both individual and national life, ot
loyalty to the precepts of the Bible and
pious instruction. A way is opened for
the incoming of a vast flood of evil.
Aeration of the blood lakes place iA
some extent through the skin. In man
the skin gives off a thirtieth to a sixtieth
part of the carbonic acid gass given out
by the lungs.
W. L. Douclas
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work in Btyle, easy flilintr a id woarins; qualities.
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ftrr ('ut Tliii Oal nafi ernd to-day for djum-Mm r latre frw
r nCt rata !. treftmonUh sn.l Uliutrweaor ta Wri4'rJf.
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