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AtrM-oo iub lKht
J( woman ever lark elf-ronfidenr
when she ia arguing a!x)iit religion.
You have no doubt remarked how ef
fective a wortlilph man is in politics
A milkman i theeiictodian of hh many
family secret a a doctor or preacher
No woman in prtiniui l,cr children
ever paid anything that was interesting
We would hate to o n a blooded dog. ;
it takes no intieo to J ay re ardi fur find- I
. Ti e ( l;inee language has 40,( 0 I sim
ple word atnl only J Mi rootn.
(Jreat people always have Hinall i ne
iiiief. When poverty Plate one in the f ;ce it
does not take il loin; to stare linn out o!
No'liin.' hutiiil.ites a man more th n
for a woman to Cm J it necessary to lake
li tm down a pe.
If a man h rtglit is do-H not matter
much what people think of him.
Nea'ly .ni yo'inj ricn show conceit in
the belief that they would give patifact
ti jn hh liu-ban is.
LIFE AND HEALTH
Hapi'liieii. idI nw?'i!ii"-. l.-t.t ngmn pure
MihmI. Hnni Sar.:initiilu nuke i r lil inil,
Till? It tl;o- ! t.-ikt- S.irN,.,, ;i, i.a.
ca ;i v the liliiuit
wlilrh must li" pn
be In (S.iht;er.
I nr I
I i purltt-
-. I Ltl
to k 1 wily
l, six fur ,r.
.., Ime'I, .Mass,
The Onu True IU'wI FuriOr
l'repareil 1 1 ! y by : I. Ho l K (
Hood's Pills ;;i
I'M u. ;
I opened that
fr bottle of
The popping of a
cork from a bottlf of
Hire in a signal of
1 1. -.,,1 . 1-nV
0(l llCitllii ftli'i yin-
Biuc, A sound the
old folks like to hear
the children can't
U composml of I he
very inurllrnt I lie
aynlcin r"iuirei. Aiding
tli uarvuh, purlfyliiK
the blood. A n!MpFr-
Riicertrlnk for temper
M4 onlr hr
T111 run,, 1 Hif r . rsila.
A pkff Hkkaa ft vaJt.
Ilulih tlif imi Id' 11 rented fur
hutj-dilnnce futl rtiimiwj.
A map of the
Tho iifw wall ninp Wm-'d
by llie Utirllttgloti Kotile i.
ilirpe Iwt lour tin-he b:e
by lour b fl loiif: It prlnlel
in x roliim . i- ihdiiti'C'I en
rollon; kIkiws every Sidle,
eonnt' , iuieoriHiii town and
railroad m 'be I'lilon, and
it a very desirable and 11
fi t adjun I to any house
bold or Iiimiom eMaliliiti-
l'urcliaiid in IcU o r.(00
the maea eo-l Ibe hulling
Ion Keiitc nearly JU ei-ms
apiece, but on nrcrud of 15
rriiia In aininps or culn tins
uniler'iBtird will be ploased
1 1 m-nd you on.
Whit Immediately, a the
apply It limited.
Oeneral Pamenger Agent,
fhe St. Joneph ami Grand Inland E. E
1 Hi a
SHORTEST and QUICKEST LINE
TO l.l. POINTS
WEST i'iii'i HAST
'! Union Pacifio 8ytem
la m T4orit aouT
To California. Oregon and all Wentern Poinla
For lnforraailon renarduif ratei. etc , rati on
ro addreaa any aientur H M. adbit,
U. f. Roamaon, Ja., Oen. I'aaa Agt.
Oen'l Manager, M. JuMph, Mo.
wtJ. MAK t R 5
CtllCAGO II I INC
(.' Uig H fr iniiiattarkl
! Irritkvtiudi or hlftHtioofl
or itnt In plain vrrpr.
hf ! prp. prpi(. fur
il nr, i.r 2 Itn'tlf. I' "!
Ciriylar tcui oo iwiutit.
Kiamlnall'ir. aid Artlina to l alniliilll "f In
Taiiilim. abeiKl for lBMil'ir'(!uiae, or )le' "'i '
al'aient. farainaO'lt '
WtLLION A , Wh
intfton. It.C. Nm bnriri-lili mUm
N . C. No. 440-31
1111 KN WRITINO Til
Alii i in hM
ptfttfiajr fan mm rrii-""-
In rliU twrmr
i urn aiHiat An list talis.
Hal Omih Htruo. TnU'i !. Ua I
in H,,ia h arnairiiii"
PA a M MfMMT.
V"f lerilei n, i,.hi(Iih),
As ri tar h terms connected witb
the hhip. nt ti I., mast, decks, and
ritftfintf, they are iiinuiueianle; and,
siiiifular to remark, as our military
terms are derived Iiotu the Normans,
the Kreau-r nuiiiher of our naval ones
come troui the laxou aiid Ifutch,
fcuch hh !hip, boat, boom, AC. The
te.i ins iarhoard and starboard oiuu
Iruiu the Italian "ijuesta boriiu" and
"tjuelia lordu," whi h by ra)id de
livery become stai board and larboard;
but, ow nt; to the strong similarity
ot sound, liave been Lisan'ed into
starboard and port, l.atui porto "
to carry, i the use of the terms in trie
original ,01111 having been the caustf
I of many accidents
quarterdeck orr.ginatcd from tho
arrangement that the poition of Int
deck so calie l was about one-foUi l.
of the whole ia:. I-ore or to ward
caste received its came as
lciuu the principal part ot the t h i ;j
in which the lighting took place,
being raided much aoove the level of
the other part of the decu and hold
ing a com . anding position, l oop,
the raised aftcrpurt of the ship, set
apart or o i.eers, b tli .11 meaning
and derivation omes from the Latin.
Gangway has been handed down
from the days of the an ient gailey
of the I'tifenicians, Carthagenia.i.s,
and Unmans, it having I ecu a hoard
which ran along the whole length,
fccrving as a pa-.ia.e lor tin; rowers to
and from their seals. It was alio
utilied as u resting place for tie;
ruast and sail when not in uses. The
term now denotes a place of esit or
entrance from or to a vessel, gen
erally irom the ,-horo, by means of a
long filank or plat onn. chamber'
A SCIENTIST SAVED.
rresident Hnrniiliy, of H arts vllle Col
lee, Mi rv i ye a Serious JIlncHH
Through the Aid of Hr. Williatna'
link I'ill for Tale People.
From tin1 lli'imht 11 an, Col'tiithiifi, Iwt.
The 1 larlsville College, situated at
1 Harlsville, Iml., was founded years nx
; in 1 lie linerest of ilie I'uiled iin-ilin-u
. Church, when the State was mostly a
j wilderness, and colleges -re senree. The
I college is well know 0 I liroiiglmut tne
! cimiry, former students having gone
iuto all parts of the world,
j A reporter recently ealhsl at this fa
iiioum seat of learning and was shown
into llie Mom of the president, I'pof. Al
j via 1'. 15,'trnaby. When last seen by the
, tesirter I'rof. Harnnhy was in delicate
j health. To day he was apparently in the
j ties! of le-altli. In response to an in
, quiry tile l'rofeswor caid:
j "I Mi, yes, 1 am much better than
1 for some time. 1 am now in perfeel
liea It'll; hut my recovery was brought
. about in rather a Heuliiir way."
"Tell me about it." said the retxirter.
"Well, to begin lit the beginning," said
the Professor, "I studied too hard when
at school, endeavoring to educate myself
for the professions. After completing
the common course 1 came here, and
graduated from the theological course. I
entered the ministry, and accepted the
(diarge of a I'nited P.rethren Church at a
mnail place in Kent County. Michigan,
l'.eing of an amhilioiis nature, I applied
myself diligently to my work and studies.
In time 1 noticed that my hnllh was fail
ing. My trouble was indigestion, and
thia with otlrnr troubles broujrht pa ne-r-vousness.
"Mi nhvaieian nreseribexl for me for
ome time, ami advised tue to take a I
ohanfte of climate. 1 did aa he requested,
and was some improved. Soon after, 1 j
came here ns professor in physics and
chemiMry, and later was financial agent ,
of thia college. The change agreed with I
ine, and for awhile my tiealtn was neuer,
hut my duties were heavy, and again I
found my trouble returning. This time
it wan niore severe, and in the winter I
became completely prostrated. I trits)
various medicine and different pliyai
oians. Finally, I was able to return tn
my dutiea. Laat "prion I vras elected
president of the college. Again 1 had
considerable work, and the trouble, which
had not bwn entirely cured, began to
affect me, and lust fall I collapsed. I had
different doctors, but none did tne any
good. Prof. Bowman, who is professor
of natural science, told me of his expe
rience with Dr. Williama' Pink Pills for
Pale People and urged me to give them a.
trial, because they had benefited him in
a similar case, and I concluded to try
"The first box helped me, and the sec
ond gave grea-t relief, such as I had:
1 wl V, Ooalinntll tT 1
never eaM'riuiv-j n-mi i .,.
any physician. After using aix boxea of
the medicine I was entirelv r-urel. Tot
day I am perfectly well. I feel hotter and,
stronger thau for years. I certainly rec-.
onimend this mwlieiiie."
To allay all doiibt I'rof. Barnaby dieer
fullr made an aCMarit before
LYMAN .1. RCl PHKIt, otarjr ruonc.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple are sold by all dealers, or will be sent!
nowtnald on receirH of price. W eeuts a,
box or six boies for $'2.50 (they are never
f ' . . m . .
sold in bulk, or by the KXI). hy aHilresn
InK Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., .Schenec
tady, N. Y.
Thare ia nothing that a man will lalk
louder about than to prove hi religious
beleaf, and thare h nothing which real
ly interest the blstandnri lees.
The philosophy ov the Monkey will
out-laat the philosophy ov the Sane. 11
Kolomon wa on earth today and would-
not put on the cap and liells, he couldn't !
git 1!0 dollars a week lor writing proverbs.
Tobias Kile, ninety-two years old, of
Quakerlown, Pa., recently enjoyed for
the 6rt time in hit life the services ol a
Oflic.er George F. Osborne it the tallest
member of Philadelphia's police (orce.
He it tix feet nino and one-half inches
Some time ao a New EriRland clergy
man declined the degree of doctor of di
vinity on the ground tbat the letters I).
, F. after hit name would not improfe it,
CURE FOR SNORING.
flow the Adirlce of a Newspaper Par
agraph Was Ced.
When the landlady asked the bxik
kpeiMT In the wcond-titory front nioiu
If he would obji-ct to a room-mate, he
nald "he diiln't think he'd mind it. Just
so the oilier fellow didn't nnore."
The landlady promised to be very
careful and (Hicstion all callers closely
on that point. It was two weeks be
fore she found any one whom she con
sii'i red nice ciirmh to share the room
with the bookkeeper. The new-comer
was a dapper little fellow, who had
his trousers creased every other day,
and who was In all respects the quin
tessence of cleanliness.
The two younj; men Rfrt pretty well
acquainted the first evening and llie
bookkeeper thought he should like his
companion immensely. I'efore morn
ing; lie chaujrod his mind and knew he
should oespise him. The room-mate
snored. It was not an infant snore,
but a fully developed, mijjhty snore, i
such as he hud never heard in all his !
varied experience. He spoke about it
i tin; next day.
i "Snored, did i't" said the room-mate.
. "That's funny. Nobody ever told mn
about It before."
"Maybe you never slept in the same j
room with anybody."
"i lh, yes, I have, lots of times. I tell
you, I don't think It's natural for me :
to do that. I think I did it last night .
because I've ot such a bad cold." j
I The bookkeeper accepted that expla- ,
tuition and both men set to work to
cure the cold. At Hie end of a week
there wasn't a trace of it, but the snor
i lug; euniinueil at a more lively rate i
than ever. The bookkeeper complained
j tiRain. The room-mate was very nice
1 about it. Ilesuid he was sorry and
if anybody would recommend anything
; that was good for snoring; he'd be will-
lug to take it, no difference what it was.
I That night the bookkeeper brought
1 home a newspaper clipping; which he
: l-.uil run across in the course of the
"If people who an ore will take a ba
biespiHinful of cayenne pepper and a
tablespoonful of olive oil before retir
ing, tliev will llnd the mixture a posi
tive cure of snoring."
That was the gist of the paragraph.
' Afier dinner the bookkeeper went to
j the drug store and bought a plentiful
i supply of both ingredients.
"I tell you what it Is," ho said, when
I he came back, "if a little of anything
j is good, a good ileal oiiRht to be still
j better. Instead of taking two tablo
I spoonsful of this stuff you ought to
j double the dose."
I The room-mate d' niurred a little, but
the other persisted, and after much
gasping; ond weepn-R the liery mixture
was swallowed. r ne room-mate had
taken to the sofa several nights be
fore that and the bookkeeper went, to
bed and slept peacefully the whole
night through without being disturbed
by a single snore. The next morning
he arose, and looked at the silent form
on th bed.
"Hello, old man," he said. "That
stuff worked like a top, didn't it? Nary
a snore, eli '! '
"Kay," he went on, "are ycu still
The figure sat up then. Its face was
flushed, its eyes blodshot, and its hair
"Don't speak to me," It bellowed. "I
hate you. I'm burning up. If the fur
nace of the Hebrew children were in
my stomach I couldn't be any hotter
than I am now. No, I'm not asleep.
I haven't been asleep all night. I never
expect to sleep again. No wonder I
Dogs anil Woodchucks.
To show that dogs have the nver to
intwcoiiHnunlcate libias tihe power of
conversation allow me to tell a story
which came to me from a Mr. Wood
ruff, of this KLate. There were two
dogs at a summer hotel In the Catsklll
Mountains. They were once noticed to
chae a woodchuck into a hole. To thiH
hole there were two openings one on
each side of a utone fence. The dogs
sa w the two openings, and eaoh of them
took one and Ixigan digging. Because
Che day was hot and the work hard, be
cause they aw that the stony charac
ter of the ground would not allow the
Buflieleut enlarging of his opening to
let the larger dojf in, or for sonne other
rejason, die dogs itlfnultBieotuly quit
digging and met In consultation on tihe
wall. When their plan wan completl
tihe smaller dog, who had sufficiently
enlarged the oiieadng at which he had
been world ng for the admlwdon of his
body, entered, while the larger dog
took Ws a-t&'Uou at tltie other opening.
Wlisit took pluoe In the hole I do not
know. All tlwit I know (on tihe very
best evldeuce) Is that rhe woodchuck
soon apfwurel at the larger dog's own
ing, was uablxil, dispatched, and the
two dogs had a great feast.
As to how tlliesv dogs carried on their
conversation I can not say, lnit Mint
Obey did so there can be no doulrt.
They formulated a plan. Tboir knowl
edge of Che Ann was mutual. Their
snouts were together hh they talked ou
Che wall. Their Interchange of Ideiis
may have Ixi-n telepathic, If there le
such a MiliiK oh telcpnChy. of wlilch I
a.m not sure.
An Island and a Peninsula.
At a school the other day a toucher,
having tisked most of his pupils the dif
ference brlwoen an Island and a jM'tiln- j
aula, without receiving a satisfactory
answer, enme to the hint boy. "I can ex- ,
plain it, wir," siiid the bright youth. I
"First, get two glasses; fill one with j
water and the other with milk. Then !
catch a fly find place H in the glass of j
water. That fly is an lalnnd, bocuuse .
It in entirely surrounded by water. Mut
now place Hie fly lu the glass of milk,
and It will lo a iHiiliwiiln, because It is
msirly surrounded by water." The lxiy
went tbe top r tbe cla.
HIS MOTHER'S DAP LING.
lliui Not in Mrpet Cars Nnr
With Ilia hiatrr'a Hentl.
He was a nice manly little fellow Id
rauntleroy dress and with long gold
en curls. He was kneeling In the front
seat of an Olive slreet car intently
watching the motormau of rhe grip.
Tne motorman stopped the car wi'th
a jerk. "My." said the little fellow,
"don't he make tilings hum!"
The old gentleman iu the seat be
hind him nodded, and recognition by
a fellow-passenger put the little man
In a talkative mood.
"My name is Bertie," lie said. "I
live out in Westminster place. Where
do you live?"
"On West Pine street," obligingly
said tho elderly man.
"That's where my sister's beau lives.
That's him back there silting in the
seat with my sister. Don't you think
my sister is a pretty girl?"
The old gentleman nodded, confirm
ing the youngster's judgment about his
"Do you think he is good-looking,
too? My sister says '.e isn't, but he's
got lots of dough."
Hy this time everybody within sound
of the little fellow's voice was laugh
ing. The girl blushed fiercely, and was
almost frantic with fear of what was
f-'oing to come next.
"She had an awfully good-looking
sweetheart last summer, and lie was
so nice to me. ami always took me out
for a walk when he came in the even
ing, waiting for her to dress. P.ut he
didn't have any dough, and so she took
up vvit'li this one. She is going to be
The elderly man felt sorry for the girl
and tried to stop the youngster's prat
tle. Hut his voice had gone all over
the car by this time. The young mil
lionaire had heard the last remark, and
lie looked dunifoumled. At the u: t
crossing he lifted his haf to the shame
faced girl, and jumped off the car.
And this is a true story of "little
pitchers that have big ears."
There is a broken engagement some
where iu the West End. St. Louis He
public. Europe's Klectrio Cars.
Money and material for a street rail
way is wanted in Catania, seaport of
1110,000 people, at the foot of Mount j
Etna. Catania has no street railways, 1
using hacks instead. The suburban .
town of Ognina, where, in spring, sum- j
nier and fall, many of Catania's inhab- :
itants spend a few mouths in cottages, I
going to the city daily to attend to busi- ;
ness, would be a source of revenue to a
street railway. Two projects are form- j
ing. One is to Interest I'.elglan capital- i
ists which would mean Belgian ma
terial. . The other is proposed by a j
milling firm, which would use the 250 .
waste horse power of their mill to gen-
crate electricity. This linn would buy i
dynamos, wires, poles, rails and ten j
cars to start with. American bids
would be received upon equal footing I
with the rest. J
Electric railways are gaining ground
In Europe, though not as fast as In the i
I'nited States. Yet these figures ap-
pear aLsurdly small. In nil Europe the
toial electric railway mileage in 1X95 '
the Latest obtainable statistics was
only 500 miles, an increase of 125 miles (
over 1894, and an increase in the mini-
her of lines from seventy to 111. Oor- .
many has 252 miles, France 82, Great
Britain and Ireland (id, Austria-Hun- I
gary 14, Switzerland 47, Italy 24, and :
other countries from six miles down.
Of the 111 lines, 91 are worked on !
the overhead surface system, 12 on the j
underground system, and 8 by means
of accumulators. Hamburg and Leip-
sie have their electric railway systems
nearly completed, and Berlin Is about
to give up the horse tramway and om
nibus service for electric cars. New
Marriage by lottery.
In some parts of It nasi a a curious
gnme is still played at Christmas time,
w'hich has mueh to do with the future
life of the participants.
Some prominent person In the village
announces that the annual tnerry-mak-lug
wall be held at his house, and on the
apioluted day the young men and wom
en hasten to his house.
There are eongtt and games and
dances, but they are simply a prelude
to the more Important business of the
When the time comes the hostess
lends all the girls Into one room, where
they seat themselves on benches.
Ijiughlng and chattering, they are
ecth promptly muffled In linen sheets
by the howtess, the head, hair and form
being eocurely covered.
The young men draw lots, and one
by one they enter the room where the
muffled girls lt. Helpless so far as
sight or touch goes, the puzzled lover
tries to Identify his favorite.
Maybe she would help him if her eyes
were not hidden, but she Is as helpless
as he. Finally he chooses one, and then
be may unvirtl her.
This Is the critical moment, and dls
appodutnient or rapture will be the re
sult f soeiing her face.
It Is the law of custom that the man
shall marry Hie girl he has picked out,
and If either Iwcks out a forfeit must
be paid. It Is said that this matrimoni
al lottery results In many happy mar
riages. Not So In America.
When you buy a few yards of cloth
In Japan the merchant always unrolls
'the whole piece and cuts off the Inside
end, In order tlnat you may not have
to taike that part that Is faded and shop
worn. Some of the kindly attention shown
young men for what they may bn,
should be extended to the poor old men
for what they have been.
Coat of Wheat liaising.
It Is said that it coats 1,23.82 an acre
to raise wheat la Massachusetts.
M .di-rn I'ruterbs
Willingness is not readineaa.
Education ia something Baved.
The aimlesa are not blamelesi.
Do not sow wild oata in your deep
1'uraue, the penny, m'ms the pound.
Small thoughts may wreck great lives
Help.ulnesa is the measure of great
ness. Better a holy hunger than a 3inful
The word bidden ia the heart must lu
re veaied in the life.
: Many Polynesian languages have no
Some Polynesian languages have only
There is a hundred timei in a man'i
life when he longs to be in position to
to out and slara the door, and never
1 It woul 1 not be dilfieu!t to become a
: iiero to the women ; invent dishes oi
wood that can be burned alter every
, meal, and never have to be waebed.
I Any man can yet enough to eat. but
it is a rare man who can keep from eat
, ing too much of it.
1 A woman ia satisfactory to hr hus
band in proportion to how much vhat ie
not true he can make her believe,
j You may think that in tiie confusion,
! a bride will not notice it if you do not
send a present, but you bet she will.
j DRUNK FOR TWENTY YEAR3.
I A correspondent writes: "1 was drunk
! on and oil' for over twenty years, drniik
when I had money, sober when I had
none- Many dear friends I lost, andnnni
j hers gave me good mlviee to no purpose;
hut.' thank (.oil, an angel hand came at
last in the form of my poor wife, who ad
ministered yonr marvellous remedy, "Anti
; Jag," to me without my knowledge or
eonsert. I atn now saved and completely
ir:.N-formed from a worthless fellow ton
sober aid respected citizen."
It "Anti-Jag" cannot be had at your
' druggist, it will be mailed in plain wrap
. per whh fall directions how to give se-
eretly, on receipt of One Dollar, by the
. Kenova Chemical Co., W) Broadway, New
I York, or they will gladly mail full parti
Men want to be first in a woman's af
fections for the same reason they want
:o sit at the first table lor their meale.
Oascap.ets Btimu.ate Ivor, Ic'itnpjs and bowels,
sr s.ckeu- weant-u or grli-e. 10c
Search almost any farmer who comes
:o town and you will find a string in om
)f his pockets that, represents the iengii
f a pair of Bhoes he is to buy for one oi
Man will never be attractive in his old
igu until lie begins to shave in the eare.
I'iso's Cure for Consumption lias been a
family medicine, with tis since 18i". J. R.
Madison, 240!) 42.1 Ave., Chicago, Ills,
We have not.ced that the Episcopal
women seemed to have less trouble in
dragging their husbands i.ff to church
lhan the women f any oilier denom'na
lion. Whbi bttlou or coBtlre. eat a Cancmrsi, candy ca
Uiarlio, cure icuarauierHi, 10 , 25c
The women say that whenever a man
buys socks of a girl dry gonds clerk, he
id-' nvs gets them two sizes to nn!!.
He who tries to show b mself deep
pr-ves uinne.f shallow
Those Who Have Ailing Wives Will do Well to Accept It.
Do not wrangle and quarrel, and finally rush into the courts and try to get ft
separation from your faithful wife; but just stop a moment and think! Your
wife, who was even-tempered and amiable, and all that was lovely when you
married her, has changed. Now she is peevish, irritable, jeal
ous, discontented and
disorder of some
I i K-r 1&.
1 1 7 i si
S- Jl case
Compound and found it to be of great benefit to me. The dootors said I had
womb trouble. I had the headache all the time, also a terrible backache, '
was nervous, cross and irritable. I looked so pale that people would ask me,
what was the matter. I suffered in this way for about four years, until onei
day about in despair my husband brought me a bottle of Lydia E. Plnkbam1!.
Vegetable Compound. I commenced its use, and much to every one's aur-'
priae, it cured me. It has completely changed my disposition for the better also, I
, g-Terai 0f mv neighbors, knowing what the Pinkham medicine has done for
me. are taking it, and are much pleased with the result,.1
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"EAST, WEST, HOME IS BEST."
IF KEPT CLEAN
A Uiaat Aid t K mera.
A map of the farm, with ta h field
numbered, and its aiz-s, quality of soil,1
etc., BiieeifiVd, will be a rreat aid ia
keeping track of the year's transaction!.'
Ho few really know the expense of
each grown crop the past year, what
their cows, pigs, eheep and chickeni
have paid, etc? This ia an imfortant
matter and should not be neglected. It
is a poor business nian that do 8 not
know what he raises at a pro ;if, and
hat at a lo.-p CVon'. faitai Vorld.
There are more wrinkles in the face
of a baby monkey than there are In
that of an old baboon. And siwakinf
of wrinkles, more of them can b
wrought out in a fair, young face by
neuralgia than will be for.n l in that of
an aged person. Oonstint pain will
shrivel, and neuralgia neglected will
plow its furrows deep. It not only
wrinkles, but takes the bloom away
and gives the skin a dull and yellow
look. St. Jacobs Oil is a pi'om;rt and
sure cure for neuralgia, and it should
be used, as while it soothes and cures,
It smooths out the tracks of pain and
leaves the skin healthy and fair again;
besides it rids the sufferer of much
torment and restores a happier 'dispo
sition. (Jooil looks come only with good
health, and health is found Iu the ab
sence of paiu.
We have never yet. seen a woman With
so much djiiinity that pbe could carry-a
hat box through ti e streets without
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is a constitutional cure. Price 73 cents.
Country women climb over heels
and into wagons w.th more grace and
less ilii-play of hoe, than city women
step into their carriages.
Over H 00. Ooo cured
Kil ty Cents.
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region to nr r
Save-, moic y,
inure your ii ,ic f r Uiii;n:ooT
iiiiike iie.ill1; ami m iilmuit. Oufi
ot- iii.il 1. i h n i;'.-u; 1 .
We never see sheets pinned up in a
display window at a stoie that we have
not a maddening desire to see what they
Do not wear impermeable and tight
fitting hats that constrict the blood-vessels
of the scalp. Use il all's Jlair Ke.newer
occasionally and yon will not be bald.
A grievance is like the measles with
most people; it must come out, and the
longer it is suppressed, the worse it be
comes. Jcst trv 10" box or Cw:et8, enndj csthartlc, o
Mi liver and uuwel regulator maJo.
An Atchis m matt buys all the patent
medicines lie Bees advertised, except
where the doctor prints his picture in
conner.tion with advertisements. Hi
also re. uses to go to any show when the
manager puts up his own lithograph.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Suothiko SYRUP lor ChlM
re.n tcethiim. t-oueiis the tims, re.iuces iaflam,
inatioii, allays- pain, cures wind coiic. -toe bottls
If a man does not want to believe in
Mornianism he had better not read
If the Lord really helps a man who
helps himself, lie ought to be kinl to the
miserable in a word, she lias uterine
Law is not the remedy for this condition, she needs med
ical treatment, her uterine system is at fault.
advice to you is, sit down and write a
letter to that friend of women, Mrs Pinkham,
of Lynn, Masa., state fully and freely the
whole case to her and she will honestly ad
vise you what to do. Give your wife that
chance, good man I
If you do not wish to write about yoW
wife, bring her a bottle of Lydia R. Pink
bam s vegetaDie tompouna, watcn its oi.
fects, you will soon see the beginning oi,
improvement; then get her another andi
keep it up until she ia restored to you, the same
lovely woman you married years ago.
Following we relate the circumstances of a'
this nature. Mrs. Mklva Kouton, of
Camby, Ind., says:
" I have used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
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