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ihiicbnsrin when ho found writ-
oti pinch inchorriDiy.-
IM'.'j,,. 1.1 Ull A ttti HL. I'lllle-.l's.
Ktmpllng (lie Initioealble.
My teauty doctor wants to glvo
i treat bearing on a woman's looks,
-IVby. my ui-'ar, you open youra
Holly enough, ami as for abutting
Ibit'i Uio uso of throwing awny
ffioney? Detroit Freo Press.
BBj-That medicine's nnaty.
my-Dld yQU tnko a wbolo
iJalof It n I told you 7
ay-No'ra. I couldn't find n
,io I took a fork full. Clovelnud
To Brcik In New Shoea.
hpi-i-tln Allrn's Foot-Ksw, a powder.
I loi, wealing, scuiiig, '"""f" iee.
cttl.lirruwItlK II alii and bunion. At
wliti tad ittoe itorci, lie.. Don't arrept
HU1014. cim pie mtiiea rites, A-areis
LOloiWa, l Ilojr, K V.
It was long ngo (Uncovered tlmt tho
natural color of puro wntor Is blue find
not white. Tho green and yellow tints
found In water nro duo to extraneous
Tremendous quantities of conl will
bo required to run tho turblno liner
UiHltnnln'H engines. Tlio ship's Indl
eated horj power Is 05,000, which will
menu n eonmiuiptlon of not less thnn
485 tonrt of Hteiun ench hour nnd n
correiK)ndlng consuniptlon of fifty tons
(of conl In tho wiino time.' This would
,work out n total of 1J00 tons of conl a
For nn nrtlflelnl rubber n German
authority recommends mixing an In
fusion of Carragheen mow with starch,
and drying on a slightly oiled metal
plate. When the transparent sbeetnro-
'dueod-U broken up, It softens In cold
.water,, nnd-.on subsetiiieiit heating It
ronmi netlilck pmimy substance, which
may bo used for thickening paint ov
for anniiy xf the purposus of rubber.
Tho. naferolds or minor planets, of
which nearly 000 have been recorded
Blnco tho iH'glnnlng of tho nineteenth
century, have been supposed to form a
ring In tho space between tho orbits of
Mars and Jupiter. Ono discovered on
Feb. 22 of till year, however, has a
unique Interest In having been proven
to bo beyond Jupiter, Its-mean dls
tanco from the sun being VIZ to Jupi
ter's 15.20, while Its aphelion dlstanco
.lOl-rri'xcecdfl that of Jupiter by
nearly .the earth's distance- from the
All substances, even eggs, 'a re poison
ous w'hen they are Injected In certain
quantities Into the circulatory system
of an animal, A French-Investigator
has taken the powdered yolk of a
(luck's egg, treated It with a HO per cent
solution of salt and Injected it Into the
aelcsjons In the proper way to veins of an animal until It died. In
and abut tho mouth. Ho aaya It order to kill a rabbit llfty-tlve grains
of the substance we're required for each
pound of the rabbifa weight. The
yolk of a hen's Is less poisonous,
but that of a turtljuiora bo, than that
of n duck. Tho albumen of eggi Is
In Germany some Interesting oxjwrl
incuts havo recently been made In tho
protection of orchard trees against
night frosts by means of fumigation.
A part- of an orchard In bloom wns
thus successfully guarded against an
April froHt by tho dense atnoku of
napthnleue. Itut the experiment was
very expensive, CO-kllograma of napth
nleno being consumed by seven flames
In one hour. Later a new preparation
of chemicals was tried, producing n
comparatively Inrgo volume of amoko
with tho expenditure of only 2 kilo
grams of Uio material per hour: Theso
trials are under tho direction of au
experimental gardening association.
i!r, Jim calls to-night, papa, what
it will dtptnd on wlmt you hold
H It to uy, tend blm to me."
Utrtlr l'nlnir Fnnor.
-Fwbat'i all this fust thejr'n
fc' about the pa-ackon?
nj-A lot o crank ! stnr-rtln' a
fr dim mate. Chicago Trlbuna.
Ktrplni; II In I lm I'nmllr.
cfonnd It all," Bald tho elderly
bin who was dining with n cho
Uj, "the younRster with thnt oc-
it the corner table Is my grand
Tht young puppy I"
, It'i nil right," retorted the fair
Ml "lle'a with iny graiidmoth-
ami ril 9m
lieolCiurrh that cannot bo cured by
f. J. CIIENKV A CO., Trot, Toledo, O.
tit unJetilgneJ, hnvo known V. J.
K.f lao !lyf,lr'j "u bouero Him
uuuoiiuio in an Minineii tranito
ulSOiactlllr Ktiln In rrrw nut nl.
asimdebr their firm.
c4i. wnoieiale lirurKlati.Toledo. 0.
CiiwrhCurali taken Internally, acU
fion the blood and mucous sur-
IJtTDrurrliti. Tr.llmnnl.l. I,U
Oilier Ooo.e Aineii.1d.
I Hi tiaJ l. t
l "u yu'"icu over uio moon.
DIET8 AND THE DOCTORS.
Scarcely nn Article of Pood thnt la
What with tho vegetarluns wlu eat
no meat nnd the rheumatic MilVtitra
who cut no fruit nnd the gou.y wt.o
tukw no nitrogen If they know tl end
tho dyspeptic who eat only looJiess
fands, Ilto Htituds to lose one f Us n'et
Joys, a squuro meal, says the .M-dlial
Jctunal. And It Is not quite true tiut
litftluct rises superior to theory and
that after ull people cat what Is good
for them! Headers nnd thinner aro
deeply Intlucnced by chemical synilcls
nut) It Is not raro for a pallid dyspep
tic of therculosls tendencies to endeavor
to practice tho economies of metaboiltim
Ingeniously eel forth by homo of tho
physlologlcn! chemists. It Is high tlmo
somebody raised a voice In protest, for
Burely no peoplo stand In so little need ,
of this counsel as do ours, uur Hus
tling population requires a good 'leal of
nutriment and la suffering from lack
rathor than repletion.
Af- a rnco possibly wo havo not lived
long enough In America to bo thorough-
We speak of
the effeto populations of Europe, but
no ono who has seen them would over
call tho European peoples effete, nnd
tho impression Is Ineffaceable that what
wo need hero Is better cooked 'ood and
moro of It, rather than tho diet of finis
that now captivate our nervous ooun-l
Katn'a Horn Boiinda n Wn ruing Nota
to the Unredeemed,
F enrth has no
heaven may havo
no enduring man
sions. Affected piety Is
effectlvo only In
bringing those who
prnctlco It Into
n good- window In
character, but It Is
not tho door .Into
They who moke light of truth get no
light from truth.
No greater legacy can any man lcavo
than that of n good life.
If you aro afraid of being sincere you
are likely to be but shifty.
Tho more precious, tho Word, tho
greater the value of your works.
You may know how precious tho in
itio really Is to u man by tho extent to
which he banks on It.
There Is no promise that the walls of
Jericho shall fall before the high notes
of the church choir soprano.
When you wbnder at a man's brll
llanco It Is well to count what It cost
him In cutting and grinding.
Too innny of the Lord's children nev
er will believe 'that lie will spread tho
tablo unless they can smell tho cook
ing. Many people who think that they
would surely have built the ark If they
had been In Noah's place, never glvo
the Lord more than n nickel when Ho
Is asking for their lives.
BIT8 OF MANY METEORS.
i 'little the hlghe.t," aba .old, ly acclimated
gone ainco the truat was! the effeto no;
glnt the lltHejlog wept
f In Knninai.
EJ ' Wt" "ked the proipect-
J" 'Kiwtrcd the fnrmtr, "ye kin
r' w a oay and six kisses. Suit trymen. It would cerutiuiy no umi.-uii
. ..A ttt as I'm POnrsiniPil Vln ' (. ivniufrnid iinv HcllOlllO of illvit Oil 1
hiitZ .? " ye ve R m,nd which tho profession would agree.
"ooLuronlcle. wi.. iu un,it-,.iv nn iirtlnlo but finds
FAner " "- I v-.
rUED TO A SHADOW. condemnation somowhero among ua.
!!. . ...... H til Ifltinful I j fin
'Down by Five Yeara of Suffar. nounced by tho idlatrlst ns unwnolo-
"m Mdney Complaint. some, tuougu wnoie jioiiuiuiuiw
upou u ; wiuio "u iniuitv "i
would Include pork and bacon, which
Dr. Woods Hutchinson Insists aro tho
keystones of our national greatness.
Even In tho dletotlca of disease this
rather than health bolng our chosen
'realm utter confusion nnd dlsagreo-
mfiit rolgn. Ohomlcal formulas of hor
rifying olaboratlou lead ono to condemn
rd meat 111 gout, anothor to pronounce
It n nutriment readily nsslmllnblo and
easily disposed of. And tho qunrvols
over foodstuffs pormlsslblo to tho rluu
mutle aro (Miuuled only by tboso over
carbohydratca In grnvo dlnbotes. It Is
a crying need of tho tlmo thnt tho pro
fesalou reaches consensus of convic
tion and teachings on tho basic facto of
nutrition In health and dlscaso boforo
they attack the moro venial supumtl
tlonii nnd absurdities of a much boaat
laity. Flrat of all, brothren, Bhnll wo
not cast out tho beam that la In our
h rM. .
6t. ltemtn n ' 01 1B0 H0Ut'1
"7 mo and have been
expoaed again and
gain to chansea of
weather. It Is no
wonder my kldneva
Save out and I went
11 to pieces at lft8t,
or nVo yeara i WRB
adlngaway and final.
it...,. ' o weak that mr alv
t,14 Urn . i T B,eePwi at
3J.79 and "ore In tho mom.
U.. ..a W nut nn .1 i
'&U.S"B urine WM
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5 i rr-i
uoa's ir 1 1 "t muiu me nrat
WS!WR8one' I have
" U,, Buffalo, N. Y.
Collection of tho I.nlc I'ruf. Word
llao I.urct I'rlvnlu One.
Contrary to the layman's assumption,
tho comparative value of a meteo-Ito
cotlrctlon lies not so much In the alsw
of the Individual specimen as In tho
iilimbcrof "known meteorites which are
rein-eR'nted, says tho Xcw York Trib
une It Is Just that which makes the
late Professor Henry A. Ward's collec
tion, now on deposit In the American
mureiim of natural history, so Impor
tant, for It contains specimens of 00.'!
out of a possible 077 known meteorite
tails' or "finds" In all parts of tho
Tho untimely death of Professor
Ward, who was killed by an automobilo
nt lluffalo on July 5, has called renew
ed attention to his splendid collection,
far nnd away the most valuable In
America and tho largest prjvate collec
tion In tho world. Professor Ward's
enthusiasm and prodigal expenditure
of energy and money placed him head
and shoulders above his rival collect
ors. Part of his success In making tho
collection so nearly complete camo from
exchanging valuable duplicates for
.pecIme'iiB which he needed, but which
money could not dislodge, In other collections.
Meteorites arc named after the place
In which they fall or aro found. A
meteorite on meeting the earth's atmos
phere becomes heated to such an ex
tent by friction that disruption takes
place. Consequently parts of the samo
"fall" or "flnd"are on exhibition nt
different museums, nnd the aim of tliel
collector Is to havo nil known falls or
lliu's represented In his cabinets. Tho J
Ward collection, which Is valued at
f 100,000, has representations of 0." per
cent of all known meteorites of Austra-
La, Asia, Africa and South America, IC
per cent of "those of North America and
07 per cent of those of Europe. Thirty
r? tln KDooIniens there nro 1.000 In all
arc the largest single pieces known '
lu their respectlvo falls. Tho total
weight of the collection Is 5,500 pounds,
and some of tho bits are worth ?20 n
Afraid It Would Slip.
Senator Tillman piloted n constituent
around1 tho capltol building for a whllo
and then, having work to do on tho
floor conducted him to tho Senate gal
lery. After an hour or so tho visitor ap
proached a gallerx doorkeeper and said :
".My name Is Swate. I nni a friend of
Senator Tillman's. Ho brought mo hero
and I want to go out and look around
n bit. I thought I would tell you so I
can get back In."
"That's all right," said the doorkeep
er, "but I may not bo hero when you
return. In order to prevent any mls-
tako I will glvo you uio password so
you can get your seat again."
Swato's eyes rather popped out nt
this. "What's tho word?" he aBked.
"I guess I'll stay In," said Swate,
What is Castoria.
ASTORIA ia a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and
SoothiBg Syrups'. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Karcotlo substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
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cures Constipation and Eatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach
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Letters from Prominent Physicians
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Dr. F. Gerald Blattner, of Buffalo, N. Y., says: "Your Castoria la good
for children and I frequently prescribe it, always obtaining tho desired
Dr. Gustavo A. Elsengraeber, of SL Taul, Minn., Bays: "I havo used
your Castoria repeatedly in my practice with good results, and can recom
mend It as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children."
Dr. B. J. Dennis, of St. Louis, Mo., says: "I havo used and prescribed
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and And it to bo an excellent remedy for children." '
Dr. S. A. Buchanan, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I havo used your Cas
toria In tho case of my own baby and find It pleasant to take, and hava
obtained excellent results from its use."
Dr. J. B. Simpson, of Chicago, 111., says: "I have used your Castoria ia
cases of colic in children and have found It the best medicine of Its kind
on the markeL"
Dr. IL B. Esklldson, of Omaha, Neb., says: "I And your Castoria to be a
standard family remedy. It is the best thing for Infants and children I
havo ever known and I recommend It"
Dr. Zj. R. Robinson, of Kansas City, Mo., says: "Your Castoria certainly
ha3 merit Is not its ago, its continued uso by mothers through all theso
years, and the many attempts to imitate it, sufficient recommendation?
What can a physician add? Leavo it to tho mothers."
Dr. Edwin F. Pardee, of New York City, says: "For several years I hava
recommended your Castoria and shall always continuo to do so, aa It haa
Invariably produced beneficial results."
Dr. N. B. Slzer, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I object to what are called
patent medicines, where maker alone knows 'what ingredients are put In.
them, hut I know the formula of your Castoria and advise its uso."
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ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
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A nerfecf Remedy for Constipa
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ilss and LOSS OF SLEER
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What lma boconio of ull tho oldfnah
loned warta? Who haa them? Have
you got any?
"You cnllod luo'ii 'political Jobber' lu
your paper this morning," begun tho
"Yes," replied tho editor, "thnt wns
n bnd break. I discharged thnt typo
"Ob, then you didn't menu to sny
"Certainly not. I wroto 'robbor' very
plainly." Philadelphia Ledger.
'Thnt latest oxplorlng pnrtywns a
"Indeed? I haven't henrd It had dis
"No. But tho publisher tells mo Its
literary stylo Is tho boit yet'Wnsh
Hut tho mother always has an ax
cum for tho juveullo terror,
Wnter a. Good Itemed?1.
There Is no remedy of such general
application and none so easily obtained
as wnter, and yet nine persons out of
ten will pnss It by In an emergency to
seoit for something of less elllcncy, says
the National Magnzlne. There are but
few cases of illness where water should
not occupy the highest place as a reme
A strip of flannel or n napkin folded
lengthwise nnd wrung out of hot water
and applied around the neck of a child
yno has croup, will usually bring relief
In a few minutes. A towel folded sev
eral times, then quickly wrung out of
h6t water and immediately applied over
the sent of the pain in toothache or
neuralgia, will afford prompt relief.
This treatment In colic works like
magic. Cases on record having resist
ed other treatment for hours, havo
yielded to this treatment in ten min
utes. Pieces of cotton batting dipped
in hot water, then applied to all sores
nnd new cuts, bruises and sprains Is the
treatment now generally adopted In
hospitals. Hot water taken freely a
half-hour before bedtime Is an excel
lent cathartic In the case of constipa
tion, while it lias n most soothing ef
fect on tho stomach nnd bowels. This
trentment continued for a few months,
together with proper attention to diet,
will allovlato mild cases of dyspepsia,
Oar Reaned Minstrels.
Tambo Klu yo' to me, Mlatah Skies,
why a one-legged man la like a po' fah
mab? Interlocutor Why, no, William; that
Is a little too deep for tat. Why li a one
legged man like a poor farmer?
Tambo 'Cause ha caln't raise bo' 'a
half a crop o' cawn.
Interlocutor Ladies and gentlemen,
Mr. Bllmber, the pleasing vocalist, will
now sing "Dearest, Wipe Your Feet on
the Door Mat ; Ma Has Scrubbed."
The reporter had been sent to get an
Interview of tho noted burglar who had
been caught in the act and was behind the
bara at the police station.
"The boys say you put up a pretty stiff
fight, Bill," said the reporter. "I'd like
to have your version of the affair. It
ought to make a good story."
"It'll make a good story, all right,"
sullenly answered Bill, "but I'll see you
In Pittsburg before I'll give It to your
paper. It was In your society columns
that I saw the Item that the Thompsons
had shut up their house and gone away
for the summer and they hadn't."
England's trade with her colonies la
stuck more valuable, dollar for dollar,
than that with other countries, because
It ia largely Manufactures.
Saxony has seven special Industrial
j schools founded for the sole purpose of
training locksmiths and blacksmiths.
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