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All Treatments Failed. Relieved
Mrs. "Win. Hoh
mann, 2764 Lincoln
Ave, Chicago, 111.,
"I suffered with
catarrh of the bron
chial tubes and had
a torrlblo cough ever
since a child.
"I would Hit up In
bed with pillows
propped up behind
me, but otlll the
cough would not let
mo sleep. I thought
and everybody else
that I had consump
tion. "So reading the
papers about Tc
runa I decided to
try, without the
least bit of hope that
It would do me any
Good. But after tak
ing threo bottles I noticed a change
My appetite got better, so I kept on,
never discouraged. Finally I seemed
not to cough so much and the pains In
my chest got better and I could rest at
"I am well now and cured of a chronic
cough and sore throat. I cannot tell
you how grateful I am, and I cannot
thank Peruna enough. It has cured
where doctors have failed and I talk
Peruna wherever I go, recommend It to
everybody. People who think they
havo consumption better glvo It a
TCTDNT'V Is a deceptive disease
""L-'x thousands have It and
TROUBLE don,t know " Ic you
want cood results you
can mako no mistake by using Dr. Kil
mer's Swump-Itoot, tlio Kreat kidney rem
edy. At druggists In fifty cent nnd dol
lar sizes, Hamplo bottlo by mail free,
also pamphlet telling you how to find out
IC you lmvo Itldncy trouble.
Address, Dr. Kilmer fc Co., Ulnghamton, N. Y.
PiTEHT IO!!P IDEAS. Tlier may tnnK too
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ull nuiui's II vii lunil Uiii'ri, Tills ml lias tttltiu.
Viltul'lurliUUind Syndicate, Jackkonvllle, Florida,
TOO MUCH FOR THE CORPSE
Exhibition of Meanness That Galvan
ized tho "Dead" Irishman Into
"Don't bo mean In your offerings,"
eald T. P. O'Connor, In a plea In New
York for tho Irish cause. "Tho Irish
can't stand meanness.
"No, no; tho Irish can't stand mean
ness. Tako O'Qrady's case. You know,
In Ireland, some CO to 70 years no,
when a poor family lacked a coillu
thoy mado the corpse beg for it.
"This custom, alnsl sometimes led
to Imposture. Thus, Thirsty O'Grady
and his friends wanted money badly
onco, and O'Grady was assigned to
act tho corpse. So thoy laid him on
a bier outside tho door and they upt
a powtcr plate besldo him for tho
"As O'Grady lay there, so still, with
closed eyes, an old woman Btoppod
and dropped sixpence into tho phlto.
Then sho began to take out change.
A penny, tuppence, threepence sho
took out, and O'Grady couldn't stand
such meanness. Corpse as ho was, he
" 'Arrah, now, don't mind the
change.' " Washington Star.
Teacher I havo been trying for
eomo tlmo to get tho room so quiet
that wo could hear a pin drop. I havo
dropped tho pin several times but
you havo been making so much nolso
that It has been impossible to hear It.
What do you think wo had better do,
Reddy Backrow Tie a dumbbell to
It noxt tlmo, teacher.
Nephew What do you think of tho
Undo JobIi Them women In th'
boxes ought toboabloto ralso enough
monoy on their diamonds to buy soma
clothes with, by Jinks!
If You Knew
are the sweet, crisp bits of
you would, at least, try 'em.
The food is made of per
fectly ripe white corn, cooked,
sweetened, rolled and toasted.
It 13 served direct from
the package with cream or
milk, and sugar if desired
A breakfast favorite I
"The Memory Lingers"
POSTUM CRRBAL CO., Ltd.,
Uattle Creek, Midi.
PILOT OF IHE PIS
Preaches to Lumberjacks ir,
the Timber Region.
Rev. Francis E. Hlngins an Evangel
Who Ministers to a Congregation
of 30.0CO in 250 Northwest
Duluth, Minn. Pastor of I ho "Par
sh of the PIiiob" 1b the Uev. Krnmls
E. Hlgglus, tin evangel, who ministers
:o tlio spiritual ami often the tem
poral wunts of n congregation of thlr
ty thousand, and yut lias no church.
Ho Is tlio original of Normal) Dun-
tin's stories of the Northwest. Ilia
followers are lunibi'ijntUs nnd his
parish comprises the wist timber
lands of tlit Northwest, which ho
traverses with a din; drawn sledge.
How ho preaches In the language of
(ho woods and how he pi notices mus
cular Christianity are told here.
Tlio v. Krntiels K. Illggins, who
goes Into the woods to preach to men,
Is a man first and a preacher after
Aiird. Ho Is Illggins. Jiiht plain Ulg
gins, to the saloon keepers he has put
Dill of business and (he councils he
las awakened to their duty out In the
lumbering towns of tlio Croat l.ukes.
Hut to his parishioners, the men who
cut tho timber, ho Is the Pilot." Ho
has no church. His sermons uiu
preached in the low, dimly lighted
bunkliouso of the camp, with Itr, dou
ble tier of Htruw-illlcd hunks and Its
rcdhot stove, n round which hang tho
half dry "nineklnaws" and mittens of
tho men. And with n blanket covered
barrel for his pulpit the Pilot preaches
in the lingo of his hearers. Perhaps
It Is tho story of tho Proiflgal Son.
"Ho got tired of living at, homo with
the old man, boys, so bo packed his
turkey nnd went out to blow his stake.
Where did ho land? You know. He
ended in the snako room. And there
tho old man found him ami took him
homo nnd sobered him up."
Committees, olllclals and public sen
timent nro conserving tho forcsti
Hlgglns, single-handed, Is conserving
tho lumberjacks. Ho has no church,
but ho has a congregation of 30,000
Irish, Scotch, French-Canadian, Amer
ican they wait for him.
Tho missionary travels all over the
timber region of Minnesota with his
team of dogs. Although Iligglna Is n
man who weighs moro than 200
pounds, his beautiful team of dogs
The Rev. F. E. Hlgglns.
carried him 40 miles, to Little Fork,
In six and one-half hours. When
thcro Is a crust on tho snow ho can
travel anywhere In tho open timber,
regardless of roads. Ho says his
tenm Is worth $500 to him.
Sometimes ho Is caught out at night
nnd is obliged to camp In tho woods.
Ho has a small tent and builds a fire
In It, cuts boughs and Axob a bed on
the snow, and with a dog on each sldo
of him ho sleeps comfortably nnd with
n conscious security. Ho feeds tho
dogs but onco n day at night. Ho
generally shootB n rabbit or two dur
ing tho day. Sometimes ho cooks a
part of ono for himself and gives the
dogs all thoy can eat of tho raw meat.
Ills territory extends from Duluth
200 mlleB west, south to llraluord and
north to tho Rainy river. There are
250 camps In this region.
When tho camp breaks In tho spring
and the "boys" go to town In search
of their own ruin In tho guise of the
only pleasures thoy know, they find
him wnltlng for thorn, watching over
Thero is no ennt or "grand stand
ing" about his work. Following his
congregation into tho haunts of their
temptations Is simply a part of his
duty as ho boob It. And tho men recog
nize it ns such. It does not occur to
them that they nro witnessing nn ap
plication of practlcnl Christianity such
as tho modern world seldom sees.
It is easy to listen to tho talo of tho
good Samaritan If you boo him exem
plified before you In tho person of tho
iinn who is tolling tho story.
Nickel Theaters Get Pipe Organs.
Seattle, Wash. In tho northwest
moving plcturo hou&es nro becoming
largo purchasers of plpo orguns for
uso In their establishments. A So
attlo compnny re-ently iiiBtnllod eight
plpo organs In tho llvo and ten cent
bouses in this city aud vicinity.
Blind Man Leads
NKW YORK lUnibon tf. Simons,
supervisor of lfiO.000 children In
the Juvenile lengue, is blind, but ho is
tho most valuablo man In tlio street
cleaning department, and ho Is not
unhappy ovor tho loss of his sight bo
ciiuso ho Is too fond of work and too
busy to bo unhappy over anything
"I never think of my blindness," ho
suys, "except when I hear Mimeono
spenk of tho poor blind man. That
cuts like a knife. 1 do my work ns
well ns though I had my eyes, mnybo
hotter. Thoro nro no distractions In
this world within which I llvo. I only
think of my work. What the eye does
not seo tho heart does not grlevo for."
Thirteen years ago Reuben Simons'
eyes began to pain him. Kor tho past
beven years ho has been totnlly blind.
And yot within that tlmo lin bus or
ganized a movement among tlio school
children of New York In which IfiO.
000 nro now enlisted. They pledgo
themsolvcs to aid the street clennlng
dopnrtment In keeping tho thorough
fares frco of rubbish. Their duty is
not merely the pnsslvo ono of refrain
ing from throwing trash upon tho
Chicago Chinese to
CHICAGO. Frank Moy, tho mayor
of Chicago's Chinatown, has
passed along n recently Issued Im
perial decree that all colesllnls are to
part with their queues. After wear
ing a braid for about 250 years John
Chinaman lion como to tho conclusion
that It Is a nulsanco nnd n It would
hardly do to say "a relic or a barbar
ous ago." China has awakened to tho
fact that Its advancement has been
retarded by tho way It wears Its hair,
nnd the wholo'cmplro Is going to havo
a haircut. Tho mnttor has been
ngltntcd for somo tlmo by leading
Chinese , nmong them Wu Ting-Fang,
former minister to tho United States.
A cablegram received fronr- Wu,
who Is In tho government service In
China, announces the dnto of dispos
ing of superfluous appendages, which
dato In tho Chlncso calendar corre
sponds with tho 14th of February In
tho Grcgorlnn calender, tho Chlncso
now year falling on January 30.
"It Is a good, sensible idea," said
Moy. "I had my queuo cut off sev
eral years ago and I don't know that
Defies Icy Walks
PHILADELPHIA., Pa. A rubber wa
tor bottlo filled with sand and
strapped around his body, with an at
tached gas hoso leading down through
devious channels that terminate nn
dor tho Instep of his shoes, Is tho
strange contrivance used by Thomas
Drady, North Bldo flro alarm operator,
to sand his route homo on Icy morn
IngB. "Toot! Toot!" whistles Drady as
ho BtartB for work each morning.
Then ho pulls a llttlo cord that opens
n plug and tho Band starts to flow. At
llrst thcro was a ticklish feeling when
tho sand ran down tho tubo, but
Drady has got ovor that. Tho con
trlvnnco, notwithstanding Its bulk, la
a grand success,
Drndy Hvcb about six blocks from
tho old Allegheny city hall. Tho Band
receptnelo holds about two quarts and
this Is Just sufficient for tho dally trip.
LAWTON, OKLA- Firmly convinced
that tho full-blood Indian can never
bo Induced to attend school with white
children long enough to got an educa
tion, Congressman Scott PorrlB of tho
Oklahoma delegation la drawing a
bill that will perpetuato tho exclualvo
Tho plan Is to havo thoso Indians
whom tho flecrctary of tho Intorlor
considers Incompetent segregated nnd
havo a portion of tho fund sot aside
as a permanent fund to establish and
maintain schools for theso Indians,
from which all othor children will bo
Chief Quanah Parker, tho half-blood
k. t if . MRr W:hi
in Tidying Streets
They help enforce the law. Hrrlng
householders are warned by thu volun
teer aids, and If that warning Is not
ohejed there Is prompt rccotuso to the
law. Tho members of the 72 leagues
In 72 M'lmnl buildings of tho city
make regular leports to the street
And this blind man was the pioneer
In tho work, lie thought of It llrst,
Impelled by his longing for chlldten
and a certain Instinct lor sociability
that has always been his. "1 always
liked to organize clubs when I was a
boy," he said. "We organized for all
sorts of purposes. 1 like excitement,
brisk movement, happiness. I like to
The Incongruity In that expression
does not bother htm. "I have culti
vated the Inner ee." he said. "I have
a power of Imagination. I can sec
you and the people pushing by Just
ns I can mo the children sitting be
fore me when I go Into a schoolroom
to organise a Junior Icaguo. It never
occurs to me to think thnl I atr
Supervisor Simons Is n strongly
built, uptight man of llftyone years
of age. No one would Imagine him
blind by tho appearance of his eye?
or by his manner. With one hand
caught lu the elbow of an assistant
Mr. Davidson, he tramps through
crowded streets as confidently as
though he had his sight. And ho Is
invariably smiling and good humored
l ever felt tho loss of II It Is nc
good, anyway, and It makes lots ol
work for the Wearer. It has got to bo
braided every day and washed onco or
twice a week and that's no small Job."
"Do you know that the Chinese did
not always wear a queue? This fash
ion of wearing the hair was Intro
duced by tho Manchoo dynasty about
250 years ago. The .Mnnchoorlnns,
or Mongolians, as they are called, had
more hair than they know what to do
with. In somo way they seized tho
reins of government and the llrst
thing thoy did was to Issuo an Im
perial order that every Chlnnmnn
must wear a queue. Hoforo that tho
Chlncso woro their hair like tho Jap
anese and Koreans. If n Chlnnmnn
refused to wear a queuo his head was
chopped off. Ho was compelled to
ndopt tho Manchoorlnn stylo of wear
ing tho hair.
"It is n common bcllof among Amer
icana Hint tho reason n Chlnnman
doesn't cut off his quouo Is that ho
thinks ho cannot enter heaven with
out It. That's only a story. Chlnn
mon, tho world over, will wolcomo tho
decree to cut off their quoues. In
Chicago thoro Is n Chlncso popula
tion of about 2,000, of which ono
fourth bnvo no queues. Tho othor
throe-fourths, with few exceptions,
will climb In tho barber chair on
February 14 and say, 'Glvo mo a hair
With a Sand Brake
Thoro is a continuous flow of tho sand
and ley sidewalks aro rendered ns
pleasant as tho woodlawns of Vallam
brosn. In'tho two previous wlntorB nrady
slipped on tho lco on his way homo.
Ono tlmo ho was laid up soven weeks
with a broken kneecap. Tho othor
tlmo ho hurt his anklo and was laid
up at homo for over a month. At tho
beginning of this winter ho began to
think of what posslblo thing ho could
do to protect himself this winter. For
a tlmo ho tried "creeporB," but these
wero not satisfactory. Then came
tho brilliant thought.
Ho took possession of tho family wa
ter bottlo and hunted up somo old gas
hose. Ono dlfllculty was In getting
tho snnd to fall at tho right Bpot and
also to adjust tho flow. Finally ho got
n llttlo plug. ThlB ho could open with
a string leading up to ono pocket that
nllowed tho sand to flow at regulated
speed. Rut tho sand would fall by
tho wuysldo and not go under his
shoes. Drady la a mechanic and mado
a llttlo motalllc thing ho called a
"Bpreador." This causod tho snnd to
slip under tho solca of his shoes.
Urady thinks ho ought to get a patent
out on tho sand "aprender."
of a School Board
Comancho leader, Is a strong advocate
of "mixed" school, whero his children
may attond tho nnmo Institution
whero their whlto neighbors aro edu
cated. Last fall Chief Pnrkor was lnstru.
mental In having a public school dis
trict formed which Includes his hnnd
Bomo residence In tho foothills of tho
Wichita mountains. Ho donated n
largo tract of land and subscribed to n
fund for malntenanco of tho district.
Ho was chosen president of tho board.
While tho government maintains n
Comancho Indian school ono inllo from
Lawton, Chief Parkor haa noyor .taken
very kindly to oendlng his sonB and
daughters to tho tribal school.
For ono year his son attended tho
whlto school at Cache, 12 miles west
of Lawton and near IiIb home, hut tho
other families strenuously objoctcd.
Then tho chief "oluctnntly. kopt hla
boy out of school. This was hla ln
contlvo In establishing tho now dls
trlct In western Comancho county.
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Whon tho millennium comes thero
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