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And Tired, Fretted
Find Comfort in Cuticura Soap
When All Other Remedies and
Instant relief and refreshing sleep
for skin-tortured babies and rest for
Hred, worried mothers in warm bat I is
with Cuticura Soap, and geutle anoint
ings with Cuticura Ointment, purest of
emollient skin cures, to be followed in
severe cases by mild doses of Cuticura
Resolvent Pills. Ibis is the purest,
sweetest, most speedy, permanent and
economical treatment for torturing,
disfiguring, itching, burning, bleeding,
scaly, crusted and pimply skin and
scaly humours, with loss of hair, of in
fants and children, as well as adults,
and Is sure to succeed when all other
remedies and the best physicians fail.
The agonizing itching and burning
of the skiu, as in eczema; the frightful
scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss of hair
and crusting of the scalp, as in «called
head; the facial disfigurement, as in
pimples and ringworm; the awful suf
fering of infants, and anxiety of worn-
out parents, as in milk crust, tetter and
salt rheum, — all demand a remedy of
almost superhuman virtue* to success
fully cope with them. That Cuticura
Soap, Ointment and Pills are such
stands proven beyond all doubt. Mo
statement Is made regarding them that
is not justified by the strongest evi
dence. The purity and sweetness, the
power to afford immediate relief, the
certainty of speedy ami permanent
cure, the absolute safety and great
economy have made them the standard
skin cures and humour remedies of the
Preaching hoars at 11 and 7 ;30.
M E. CH U RCH .
Preaching Sunday morning and ev
ening. Sunday school at 9:45. Ep-
wortli league at 6
ing Thursday evening.— H. N. Rounds,
II A r T I S l CW ITHCH.
Preaching Sunday morning and ev
ening. Sunday school at 10. 11 ^
P U. at 6:30 Prayer meeting W ed
nesday evening.— J. R. G. Russell,
PK R 8H YTK RIAN CHURCH
Preitcifiug Sunday morning and ev
ening, Sunday school at. 10. Chris
tiun Endeavor at 6:30. Prayer meet
ing Thursday evening.— W, T. War-
C H R ISTIAN CHURCH.
Pie id lin g Sunday morning and ev
ening. Bible scho -I at 10 Senior
Christian Endeavor at 6:30. liible
class and prayer meeting Thursday
evening — L. Green, pastor.
KVA NO ELICA I. CHURCH.
Pre idling Sunday morning ami ev
ening at the M. E. church, south.
Sunday school at 10. Christian En
de ivor at 6:30. Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening.— A. A. VY'intor, pastor,
I'o l s o n
In T e l i e r m i .
Numerous official personage« in Te
heran luive recently fallen victims to
poison. It is believed some secret soci
ety is nt work. The drinking water 1ms
been iiolsoned. but in most Instances
the poison tins been conveyed in tlie
sweets that every one eats so freely In
For Over Sixty Years.
An old ami well tried remedy. Mrs.
W inslow’s Soothing Syrup lots been
used for over sixty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, will» perfect success. It soothes
tbe child, softens tbe gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic and is tbe best
remedy for diarrhoea. Is ' pleasant to
the taste. Solti by druggist* in every
part of the world
25 cents a bottle.
Its value is incalculable. Be sure and
ssk for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Sy
rup and take no other kind.
S n u u lii
fln r jr n ln
Edward III had Just announced his
Intention of beginning the Hundred
“ But,” sobbed Qut'en Philippa, “ can’t
you reduce It to ninety-eight Y’
Maddened, however, by tills request
for a bargain, lie rushed out at once
’ amt pawned their crowns to pay the
troops. New York Tribune
T ie scraici) ol a pin may canse tin
lo»» of a limb or even death wliei
M o m I i* o ¡ m m i i i g r e x 'i l t s
f i n 1 in
jury. All «langer « »f Ibis mav be
avoided. Itowsr« r. by promptly apph
ing < 'Ita intarliti «i*» P in Balm. 1 i
an iinn-epti«* and q ii k healing lm
il»" ut f* » • mf. I»rui»es and burns. Em
sale l*y Wi'son Drug Go.
KETTTOilM OF M IN K
the Philadelphia Times.
worked a Topcku (Kan.) audience up
to u line pitch of excitement and lu
JAMAICA GINGER USED AS SUBSTI his effective luauucr cried:
"Temperance! lYmpcruncc! Tem
TUTE FOR RUM.
perance! It will mean money In your
pocket, clothes on your back, happi
e f f e c t * o f th e llu h it D e p le te d by m
ness In your home and God In your
C 'orrea|»on «len t o f t h e P h i l a d e l p h i a
A m e r le a u —\ ietlu m S u ccu m b
Up leaped cue of the paid interrupt
U i i l i l u F r o m T h r e e t o 1-l v e Y e a r » .
ers and shouted to the auulcnce:
The Millville (N. J.) correspondent
“ Money In our pockets! Why, fel
of tbe Philadelphia North American low citizens, follow this man’s ideas
and we'll be all in the poorbouse!
j sends the following to bis paper:
I “ Although thin is a local option town Think of tin* fields of tasseled corn
and no license can be obtained for the that stretch on every side! Whisky Is
We sell millions of
sale of Ihjuor. drunkenness is growing made from corn
dollars' worth of corn to the whisky !
into a positive curse. Tbe glass blow-
| era and mill hands go upon protracted whisky and what’ll we do T '
1 Jamaica ginger sprees, have delirium
Then turning to Gough tie went on:
j tremens and engage in desperate lights.
“ You. Mr Smarty. what'll we do?
i “ Throughout this portion of New Jer Tell us - i f prohibition eomes. what'll
sey the ‘Jamaica ginger Jag' Is u rec we do wi.li otir eoruV
The True Medicine for the Cure of Die-
ognized evil. The man who buds his
“ Raise mere hogs, my friend.” re
eases of the Blood and Nerves.
whisky cut off and tries the stupefying plied Gough without a second's besita
I effects of Jamaica ginger as concocted tiou; “ raise more hogs!"
Paine's Celery Compound cures
j in the country drugstore is lost. Corn- j
, para lively mild bourbon no longer '
S e rm o n on n D o lla r B ill.
cases given up as hopeless; it builds
tickles bis palate. lie pines for the
George Plum, who bus a cigar store up, strengthens, restores. W hen
fiery high spirits, frequently wood al
In Rahway. N. J.. recently found he
! cohol and the peppery ginger root, had taken in a dollar bill from some tired and discouraged, this great
which go to make up coumry Jamaica customer unknown to him. The bill, medicine w ill give new life and
which was well worn, bore the follow vitality. Paine's Celery Compound
“ There Is one drugstore In tills town ing inscription on the back in a mascu
i which does a tremendous business in line. scholarly handwriting: “ This is is the ideal medicine and should be
j making drunkards. The glass blowers, tbe last dollar I have to my name out ¿n every home,
! now out of employment through the ; of $10.000 left me by my uncle. Would j
j shutting down of the glass works, i give warning to young men. ‘ Let drink
hung about the place all day long. alone.* It lias been my ruin May this
The casual visitor would imagine from dollar finish its life differently than i j
the outside that It ivas an ordinary have mine.’’
groggery. Blear eyed men loaf about
for acquuintuuces from
Shnk«»M tM »nre*» T « * » f I m o n y .
whom they may beg a drink in order
Shakespeare asked, "What Is n
I to prolong their spree.
drunken man like*/’’ and answered, j
“ The mayor almost daily hears cases ! “ lie is like a drowned man, a fool and
¡ of gross intoxication from the ex cos- j h madman'' Shakespeare might I »ot
j sive use of Jamaica ginger. Women ter have »aid he is a drowned m an-
I as well as men are addicted to the drowned in sin and misery; lu» is s
I habit. The victims hold that they are fool, and he is a madman.
1 not drunkards because they do not ,
touch liquor, but the physicians say ¡
Hundreds of housewives who nev
S e c r e t T h o i m l i t ».
that a Jamaica ginger drunkard is
er dye anything, who think they
more helpless than the absinth dev
E n d o w ed w ith bein g, breath and w in gs
can’t dye, or imagine it is a task,
otee or the morphine fiend.
A nd th a t w o send them fo rth to fill
“ The cheap spirits which serve to T h e w o rld w ith good resu lts o r ill.
Jure losing the goodof castaway fab
carry the ginger in solution attack the j
ih a t w hich w e ca ll our secret th ou gh t
r i c s that could be made new with
very vitals of the victim, «fid the gin Speeds to the e a rth ’ s re m o te st spot
ger softens his brain, deranges his And lea ves Its b lessin gs o r its w oes
heart and utterly destroys the coating j L ik e tra ck s behind It as it goes.
of the stomach
A Jamaica ginger j I t is G o d ’ s la w ; re m em b er It
drunkard Inst* from three to five years. , in yo u r s till ch a m b er as you sit
It is an extremely easy process to
Wood alcohol produces blindness
W ith th ou gh ts you w ould not d a re h ave
“ One can tell him from his protrud j
color with Diamond Dyes, and
ing eyes, the filmy stare and the nerv A n d y e t m ake co m ra d es w hen alone.
the cost is but a trifle. They are
ous tremor of the limbs. His tongue is T h os e th o u gh ts h a v e life, and th e y w ill fly
for home use and home economy.
partly paralysed and his speech luco And le a v e th eir im press, b y and by.
L ik e som e m arsh breeze, w hose poisonous
Wo have a special department o f advice, and
will answer free any questions about dyeing.
“ An effort has been made by thelem
Send sample o f goods when possible.
B re a th e s in to h om es Its fe v e re d death.
perance leaders of the town to curb the
Direction book and 45 dyed samples free.
lial.it, but there is no legal remedy. A n d a ft e r you h t.ve q u ite fo rg o t
O r all o u tg ro w n som e va n ish thou gh t.
It is not illegal to step up to a drug B ack to j o u r mind to m ake its hom e
store counter and drink 1U cents’ worth A d o ve o r ra ven it w ill come.
“ The spirit in the concoction seems T h en let y o u r sec ret th o u gh ts be fa ir ;
T h e y h a v e a v ita l p a rt and sh are
to be outside the excise law. A gill of In sh a p in g w ord s and m o ld in g fa te —
spirits called whisky must be sold un G o d 's system is so In tricate.
THE NEW YORK AMERICAN EDITO
—E lla W h e e le r W flc o x in G ood Cheer.
der license, hut a gill of spirits called
RIALLY PRAISES ITS WORK.
Jamaica ginger is exempt.
I I I » T ru n t.
“ A movein nt is on foot throughout
H e said, “ I f 1 had m oney,
Declares That An tlliqaar Appeal *o
this region to apply to the next legis
I ’d be h ap py e v e ry day
Those la OlHeial Place and of High
lature for a law prohibiting tin* sale of
G iv in g g la d n ess to the orphans,
S o c i a l S t a n d i ng; I * S te p In R i g h t
all beverages or cordials, under what
D r iv in g poor m en 's w oes a w a y .“
D irectio n .
soever name. If so much as 8 per vent
B y ch an ce he w on a fo rtu n e ;
of alcohol is used in their concoction.
T h en he g r a v e ly shook his head,
The Woman’s Christian Temperance
Millville has tiad no end of brawls, sev
H a v in g - ceased to thin k o f orphans.
union is absolutely uncompromising in
eral serious cutting scrapes, many bru
A n d w ith w ise co n v ictio n said:
Its warfare upon the drinking habit in
tal wife beatings and at least one hom
“ W e a lth im poses c a re ! M y fo rtu n e
all its forms. Even the inclusion of
icide attributable to the Jamaica gin
Is a tru st con sign ed to m e;
wine at the dinners given in honor of
T h e y a re fo olish , yea. and sinfu l,
W h o d istrib u te ca relessly . *
Prince Henry, the Grand Duke Boris
and other distinguished foreigners who
JOHN B G O U G H ’ S W IT .
“ God has said that man m ust la b o r;
have recently visited us is deplored.
W h en you giv e, a m b itio n dies.
B re e z y L it t le A n e c d o te o f th e F A -
Go, you b e g g a rs ! Cease im p lo rin g ;
This attitude of the union, when no
m o t i» L e c t u r e r .
I am w e a ry o f yo u r c r ie s .’ ’
ticed at all, usually draws only a polite
S. E. K is e r in C h ica go R e c o rd -H e ra ld .
An effort of one of John B. Gough’s
sneer from most people of the class to
tours of the west was to arouse his
D u sk a n d D a u n .
whom wine at dinner is as customary
eoir.erts to a political movement in
T w ilig n t and dun. w eird ta p estries
as soup and who would think it
favor of prohibition, ami in several
A L^u t the couch o f d a y a re d ra w n ;
strange to have it absent from any en
states tin* politicians began t<> give
N ig h t prelu des m oan in e v e r y breeze.
Bu t in m y h ea rt—the daw n.
eon: id railtiu to the cry The distillers
tertainment given by them. But the
and liquor ooi.l ts are said to haw
number of people of this class is very
N ig h t in the dungeon o f m y b ra in ;
been so I’l l : m .I that they cm, ! .* «.
H o p e 's last pretense lon g go n e;
small in proportion to the whole popu
men to in.: w th l.c.uivr. sit anua. .
D esp a ir is kn ocking, but In vain,
lation. says au editorial in the New
he aiidi. «;• * a i d end» avi l to c o i . i ’ o u i :.!
• •R o b e r t H a v e n S chau filer in Outlook.
• » on.*, so vs a writer ii.
Not the woman who is “ In society,”
but the woman of the quiet home, is
A L o ver.
I d w ell in d*m in certitu d e;
representative of American woman
I w a v e r on from mood to m ood;
hood. For this representative Ameri
] halt, p rocra stin a te and brood.
can woman, the woman of the home, I
Lillian M. N. Stevens, president of the
W ith e v e ry wind that blow s I s h ift;
I doubt, I droop. I dream . I d r ift ;
National Woman’s Christian Temper- !
T h e sands o f chance I s ift and sift.
a nee union, undoubtedly speaks when !
she writes to the American deprecating
A h . b etter bide in h a lf d elig h t
Th a n hear her sa y me “ n a y " and sm ite
the social use of intoxicants.
11 RJGE NOW
M j hopes for« verm or«* w ith n ig h t!
That use is so common as to seem
—C lin ton Roollard in H a rp e r's B azar.
Innocent to the gri’at majority of those
There has never been a reme
who f«»llow the custom. It is certain
dy that aci ually cured pile*
W i n t e r In th « A d i r o u d i t c k » .
that few women would offer wine to
until this one was dis overe I
1 T h e h ills a re w h ite und silent. Lo, the their guests were they conscious of any
by Dr. Perrin. There is not a
moral wrong in doing so. To them ear
Im m u red In c r y s ta l tombs. lie s till and
person who suffers from this
nest souls like Lillian Stevens seem
d ¡dressing disease who is not
T h e h o a ry fo rests, storm clud. g r ie v e nd amusing or annoying zealots.
willing to pay #1 to have the
Neverth«*lesH if drinking Is to be put
W h e n e 'e r tin frost spurred tem pest, la w down tlie most effective point of at
cause removed permanently.
less. b rin k s
Immediate results, and you
tack is upon its social side. Not so
F r o m yon der m ountain fa stn esses and
take it— that’s all.
very many years ago no gentleman
F o r cloistered solitudes, you h ear It
was ashamed to get fuddled at table
nnd to appear in tiiat condition after
A s ‘ tw e re .in pain, yet, list the ly ric
ward among the ladles in the «(rawing
O f the b ro o k let's ech o as It a w a k es
room. Now a man who should imi
In ro ck y ca ves !
tate his three bottle grandfather would
be ostracized. To get drunk has be
• C lie n t,’ ’ cl ill I s a y ? N a y ,
* N a tu re 's n ever silent,
F rom hollow
come disreputable, and if drinking
even In moderntlou can be (unde dis
T o loftiest pin nacle her voices rise.
reputable likew ise a tremendous gain
She, too. liki? m an. is trou bled n igh t and
f<»r tscueiMiiiv will I h » m-hieved
niakiTK su.p Hi.- luniiiifiivtur» oi yhe Most Remarkable Remedy
in the World.
w io ld
DIAM OND DYES
W.TT T. u: INDORSED
.But m idst the lo n ely sadness o f her
D oes not her h eart dream o f its pa ra
—Stephen H. T h a y e r In O utlook.
T rade M arks
C o p y r i g h t s A c .
Anion*Rending a «ketch nnd description nwy
qidokly ikacertntn oar opinion free whether an
Miventlnn in pmhitMy pntentnhie. Coinniunlo»-
i I mhh nlrietly (v>nl 1 tlenM»l. HANDBOOK on Put cute
it'll« free. Oldest nirenry fur w urlm r patent a.
Patents taken through Muim £ Co. receive
tprcUU nntlet, without charge. In the
A handsomely lllnstrsted weekly, l argest clr-
culai ton o f nny adontale tournai,
.... Terms. f:t n
ear ; four months, $1. «old by all newsdealer*.
MUNIUCo.3» '8"****' New York
Drnnch Ofltoe, itS6 K St., Washington, D. C.
t «u rn
Caged ftilnl* me irequcntly much
troulm<1 with iiuMTis in their eyes, it
will be found that hanging a small hag
of sulphur in the cage will prevent
these U hhs I» worrying the buds and
will aim» Improve their health In other
V\ lien you f«*e’ blue at «1 that P'prv
a Jntst of
CJtlHlII Iter's!!»'». S»t nusrit »m i Liver
T s U rl.
I'l*rv will riesitse Aitii invig
orate jr.nir »uiiiiseh, regulate jr.mr
hutrels. give ymi » relish fur your h o t
•«id make y.m leel Hist in this old
world ¡« •
|>lnce to live. For I
•tie by Wilson Drug Co.
W h e n tn fln >
B r e e d s rw.
There are not many women who take
C O R R E C T U N IO N JA C K .
a light view of drlokliiK, because there
are few of them who have not suf
It Is No t t h e F I a * W h i c h G e n e r a l l y
Let U s Thresh the
fered l-y tt tImm-b same member of
In G i v e n T h a t Naaae.
the family whom the hatdt has ruined.
There is a royal order duly recorded
“ Drinking uleoholle liquors." says I.II
In England that the union jack shall not
liun Stevens, with a truth that goes
No Potash No Fruit
be “ worn” except upon the ships o f the
home to the knowledge of everybody
royal navy. Lord Kiiollys, the king'«
No Phosphoric Add -No 5eeds
that hea lived long enough to observe
private secretary, has recently ruled,
No Nitrogen - No Leave«
the ray-age* of the vice lu uud out of
however, that the owner of n merchant
bis owu Immediate circle, "causes In
»hip may alwaya “ fly” the Jack. The *
numerable heartache* and heartbreak«
Intoxicating beverages are the prolific
distinction between the words “ worn”
source of poverty and crime, and mil
and “ fly” ha« eyetted something of a
llona of mothers pray that their elitl
controversy In England, and that con
to your soil.
dreu may never toueli them ”
troversy ha« developed the astonishing
The appeal of the Woman s Christian
Write to us
fact that the union Jack as uow com
Temperance union to those In otllelal
and we will
monly understood is not, In fact, the
place and to those whose soetnl eon-
real union Jack at all.
sptcuuusness renders their example
The error has arisen from the fact
likely to bo coutaglons Is u fair one.
giving th e
that the draftsman who prepared the
There are ineuiis enough wherewith to
gist of the whole matter.
entertain gueuta. the union's president
design for the original union juck did
urges, “ without resorting to anything
not conform exactly to the words of the
that la !n any degree questionable, and
royal decree. The orders concerning
If 'all men's weal were each man’s
the jack were drawn at the time of the
care’ the cup tluit intoxicates would
formation of the British union hi 1800.
never be offert-d to any surely nor by
In the register of the privy council of
those wIto are in liitluentlul iKisitlona
1801 appears the recommendation of a
nnd whose example may be followed
committee that “ the union dag should
by the weak and unthinking.”
be altered according to the draft mark
Social customs are stronger than
DOG T A U G H T A LE S S O N .
ed C, which is herewith humbly sub
laws and are not to be changed In a
mitted to your majesty and in which
day. Still they do ehauge. and the
W a n m H n b lt . Not a P l e a s u r e .
the cross of St. George is conjoined
Woman's Christian Temperance union
with the crosses of St. Andrew and St.
does well to plead that they may he
changed In the rigid direction, the di- not dependent upon thirst or necessity, Patrick.”
The colored designs accompanying
reetiot) of sober uud sane and clean
count of the reformation of Colonel this document were signed by Isaac
— of this city, says the New York Hoard, garter king at arms, and here
Press. It was his invariable custom to the union jack is described as “ the un
P H rolen m n» a nevernge.
The Med.cn 1 society of Paris has ex drink a stiff toddy as soou as he got ion flag—’viz, azure, the crosses-saltlres
pressed the opinion that it is necessary , up in the morning and a stiffer one of St. Andrew and St. Patrick quarter
to adopt some measures against tbe just before tlie announcement of break ly per saltire eounterchanged argent
alarming spread of petroleum drink- fast. For twenty years he had never and gules, the latter fimbriated of the
second, surmounted by the cross of St.
lug At first it was thought that this missed those matutinal drams.
“ About five years ago.” he says, *T George of the third, fimbriated as the
habit hail sprung up from the in
creased taxation on alcohol imposed by poured out the whisky as usual into saltire.”
the French government, but an in the sugar and water, stirred the mix
According to this order, the white
vestigation showed that this was not ture and was about to drink it, when cross on which the red St. George cross
the case; the Linbit had been prevalent my wife called to me that my favorite Is superimposed in the flag generally
some time previously in certain dis- j dog had caught Ids foot in the crack of used should not be a white cross lu
tricts and had spread with great rapid the door. Hastening to the dog’s relief, reality. The white should be merely
ity. The victim of the petroleum habit 1 soon eased his pains, then went to my a narrow border or “ tiinhriation” to
dtM^s not become brutal, only morose. library to read the papers.
separate the red St. George cross from
Opinions differ among physicians as 1 “ An hour later my w ife asked me if the blue ground in accordance with the
regards the effects of petroleum on the I intended drinking that toddy. 1 want heraldic law that color is not to be
bumun system, nut all ugree on the ed to know what toddy. She said a placed upon color. The artist who
toddy was uwaitiug me ou the side made the original design, however, did
harmfulness of this new vice.
board. It hud occurred to me several not follow the order. He gave the
times that that toddy did not set quite wide white bonier which has since
W h lN k y P r o p e r l y C I: in n I0<*<1.
“ Whisky in the abstract, whisky gen right, and I put it down to the whisky, then been universally followed.—-New
erally, is by the degree of public senti a new brand I had ordered the day be York Times.
ment quarantined along with small fore at $7 a gallon. Imagine my hu
pox, leprosy and cholera.
It is an miliation whon i learned that I had
W e a l t h n itd t h e L a w .
Ichabod, a Czolgosz among the com not even tasted the toddy. The dog had | A Boston clergyman made the state
modities of commerce, and yet we are distracted me. There it was on the ment from his pulpit a few years ugo
enjoined to give it a place with the sideboard just as 1 had left it.
■ that it should be illegal for any man
“ Right then and there 1 decided that I to be worth ove r $1,000,000. Of course
staples and staff of life and catalogue
it with beef and beans and bread.”
such a .suggestion could have been the
This extract is from the recent case of know whether l had taken one or not 1 ! emanation of only an unpractical miiul.
State versus llickox, Gfc Due. 35.
| Even the selfish use of great wealth
touched a drop since.”
benefits thousands, while its unselfish
| distribution blesses everybody* Wealth
Via» C o u r a i t «1 o f C o n v i c t i o n » .
! is n great responsibility, but when lu
In accepting nomination for the lord
mayoralty of Sheffield England. Alder- j David Paulson, writing in the Union | the hands of those who realize that fact
I and govern themselves accordingly the
man J. Wycliffe Wilson has stipulated
the already vast army of drug tiemls ! more they have the better. It is not
that as bis total abstinence and non
fair to judge a man by his possessions,
smoking principles are well known his
colleagues must not expect him to |
| rapidity with which it has increased i but only by the use he makes of them,
provided we .can assume that he has
make provision in these directions lu
only a question of time when the mor- acquired them without trampling on
»".v hospitalities that uiu.v take place
j phine, opium and cocaine devotees will the rights of others and unscrupulously
lf he ls <>l*‘<'ted.
outnumber by far the present number crushing out weaker workers in the
I of drunkards.”
general field of competition.
W h i s k y a n d flen d acli**»-
men so acquire wealth that it is a
I advise any man or woman suffer
ing from headaches to sign the pledge
the distribution. Boston Transcript.
and drink as much or more water as
he or she formerly drank beer or wine,
T h e L i q u i d F u e l U u e a t io n .
say9 Professor Moblus Those who do
Er g h t ’s D is e a s e.
The adoption of liquid in place of
so will And themselves much benefit
fuel has not taken place go rap
ed In a verr short while, for alcohol
Is a murderer and should be treated as seri’ tiou, change«! hands in San Fran- idly as some experimenters anticipated.
c *co Angu«t 30i.il. 1901
The tmm- In the opinion of Mr. Edwin L. Orde
f iiivolvetlin coin and stock $112,500 of tiie British Institution of Mechanical
¡tml wjis paitl by a party ol business Engineers, t^e trouble arises from the
G o o d W o r k In F r a n c e .
The French Antialcoholie union, men for a sptcific f«»r Bright’s disease exclusive use in boiler furnaces of
though only five years old. has 435 so- | and diabetes, hitherto incurable dis- crude oil. which contains a consider
defies with more than 40,000 members. | «»a.-Pf-. l'hey c<*mnnuicctl thetseiious able percentage of water, 10 per cent
at least, and this destroys the condi
It b opening temperance cafes, sc inveMigalion uf the specific Novcrn
her 15th. I960.
They interviewed tions necessary for perfect combus
greatly ue«'d«‘d in France.
-com of th cured and tried it out on tion. It is nverrt*d that some of the
it k m em « by putting over three dozen crude oil shipped from the wells con
T o t l»o B e e r W n u o n .
I cases < n tbe treatnxnt and watching tains as much as 40 per cent of water,
H e a r the sta m p in g and the r a ttle
i hem. They also got physicians to and when used on shipboard the con
A s o f c a v a lr y in b a ttle
H ith e r hie.
| n. in«- chronic, incurable cases, «m l stant agitation prevents the separation
H e a r the ro llin g dow n the rid ges
dinioi'teretl it with the physicians or of this water, which consequently en
A n d the th u n d er o 'e r the b ridges
jmlgcH. Up to August 25»h, eighty ters the furnaces. The experiments of
C o m in g nigh
-e\t n per «*ent of • hr test C jisph \n-ie Dr. Paul show’ that liquid fuel is capa
D o you. trem b lin g, ask. “ W h a t is it?“
I cither well nr piogressing favorably. ble of giving 50 per cent more efficiency
'T is the d evil m akes his visit
I’licr«* being but thirteen \wr cent ol than the best coal.
W ith hla d eils
See th e fierce and fo a m in g h orse»
aiitires, tin- p arti«» wine satiffieti ami
A n d his cat that h ith er cou rses;
«•lore 1 tlie transaction. The pmc« • d
W o e on wheels.
Professor George F. Barker of the
ingi of the in vesi igulipg committee
and the clinical reports of tbe t«**1 University of Pennsylvania has shown
H e em p loy s a human d r iv e r ;
T h u s the w ick ed sin c o n tr iv e r
cases were published and will be niail- that radium, the singular element ob
M en deceives
* -I free on application. Address John tained from pitchblende, which pos
D em on s shut w ith in a b o ttle
J F* 1 toil Company, 420 Montgomery sesses the power o f throwing off an In
A b le each a soul to th r o ttle
visible radiance, may be used as a
H e re he lea ves
street. San Francisco, California.
| cheaper substitute for X rays in pho
A nd the w e a lth y ta vern keeper.
tographing concealed objects. No en-
S in k in g v illa g e m orals deeper.
| ergy has to be expended upon the ra-
T a k e s them In
L B t le does it seem to m a tter
, dlum, for it acts spontaneously nnd
H o w much so rro w he m a y sca tter.
continuously, without apparent loss.
W o e and sin.
It readily defines the bones through
the flesh and other tissues, and a pho
M en long sunk by drunken re vels
c o k v a l l ib m a il — d a il y
S e rv e as go d s these bottled devils,
tograph can be made with It In half n
7 30 a nt L v .............. Portland...............Ar 5;M> p m
A nd «h ey ch eer
10 4«> a in L v ............. Derry................... Lv 2;1S p m
A s th ey see the c a r a d va n cin g
11 :4ft )> tn A r........ Corvallis........
Lv 1:20 p m
A n d the fiery horses pran cin g
C om in g near.
D a u gh ters, sons and w iv e s th e y o ffer,
A ll life 's precious g if t s th ey p roffer.
A il a re brou gh t
T o be crushed, un act m ade la w fu l
’ N e a th the w h e e l» o f that most a w rtj)
J u gg ern a u t.
—C h a rles W Lo u s.
Do not always receive the sympathy and attention which1
they deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purely
imaginary, or natural and unavoidable at their time of
life. Disease and infirmity should not always be associ
ated with old are. The eye of the gray haired grandsire
may he as bright and the complexion as fair as any of
; his younger and more vigorous companions.
I f we arc to lnv«*st in fow l« instead
«»f eggs, fall Is t’u* time to box. I con
aider It a better piun to buy st-ick rath
cr than egga. Then wo are V tte r able
to know Just what we are getting,
while if we Walt until spring and buy
eggs it will lie nearly a year V fo re we •
C o o d B io o d la th o g e o r o t o f h ea lth y o ld age, f<rr it regulates
can tell what kiiul of bird« we have. *
Breeders tio not keop over more than I and controls every part of the body, strengthens the nerves, makes the
«bout enough to complete their breed- I imi9cles elastic ar.il supple, the bones strong and the flesh firm ; but when
lug pens and will dis|K>se of fbetT sur- ; this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive, health sustain-
p if elements, t’ien there is a rapid decline of the vital powers, resulting
plus stock at fair price«. It will t*
cheaper in buying to procure five or six 1 in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood quickly
bird«, say male am! five pullets, a s 1 shows itself in an ulcer, »ore, wart, tumor or some other troublesome
growth upon the body, and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost
they will cost less proportionately, and
Constant, accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities.
with g«K»l housing and « are they shouhi
S. S. S, being purely vegetable, is the safest and
lay a g«*>d many «*ggs. a large number
best blood purifier for old people. It docs not shock
of wtilcb may be used for hatc hing, and
or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies,
In this way the owner will tie «tile to
hut gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and
make a goo«! beginning from his new
stimulates the debilitated organs, when all bodily
stock during the following year.—Poul
S. S. S. is just such a tonic as old people need to
improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. If the-e is any heredi
hlsi'X Ellul may ta- beld In pbw-k b»' tary taint or the remains of some disease contracted in early life, S. S. S.
ruttliiK out (Wnsuil tiram-lim hi tv I a
will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system.
number o f t llr r truua In rallfos
ot« is fstlmstnl at .’ .'situs«,
Write us «idly about your case and let our physicians advise and help
you. This will cost vou nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood
and skiu disease*. '
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. AilaaU «a.
At Albany and Corvallis connect w ith trains of
Oregon Central and Eastern railroad.
K a n s a s aa a Meat P ro d u c e r .
With the development of the dairy
industry in Kansas will come the utili
boo p nt Lv.............. Portland............... ArlO 20 a ni
zation of skitnmilk more and more as
7 :.0 p m A r .............. Dallas................Lv7:t*0
feed for animals, and its value fresh
YA M H ILL RlVISION:
frofn the separator will be more and
PasMcnarer <1» pot foot of Jefferson street
A1IU.IR KHfclOIIT—TR I WEKKLV
more appreciated until the old way of
'L*;ave7:40ft m ...... Portland....... Arrive 3:3tpni
stuffing hogs and other animals to make
Leave 8:ft0 p in...........D.tilas............Arrive 8:20 a ni
Arrive ft:©6 p m ........ A irlie.......... Leave 7 00 a nt
them weigh will give way to the
isaner and more profitable method of
feeding for quality, until in time, with
the superior advantages which the state
affords, be will become the producer
T IM E C ARD NO .
bf the finest animals in tbe world.
N<? 2 for Yaquiou :
[With the researches of our scientists
LeaVfs Albany . . .
and the tireless industry of our edu
Loaves Corvallis . . .
cators, combined with the push and en
, 6 .25
A » rivt » Yiiqniua . . .
terprise of the Kansas farmer. 1 be
N<> 1 r *tr ruing :
lieve we shall gradually drift into the
L a v e s Y <| * > t m % ......... 6:45 a m
. . . 11 :30 a m production of the high priced and
Arrives A lb a n y ........... 12:15 p n« choice meats, for the Kansas farmer
Is not content to rest when lie has pro
N 3 for D« i r« »it :
Leaves A lb in y .........
7:00 p n» duced the most. II«* will press on until
A 'r iv f» !)• fruit
........ 12:05 p in be has reached tl»«1 place where he can
say he has the finest.—Farmers’ Ad
X««. 4 from 1L r»ii» :
L ew es I) t.roit ...............12:45 a m
/Virivi*- Albany ..............5:35 a m i
Liquid M aaarc.
Train» 1 Mini 4 arrive in Albany in
In saving manure more attention
t ■ ?■»•* u» connect with the S. 1* *<*ulh
I*urid train, a** well as Riving tw«» or Should be paid to the liquid excretions,
three hours in Ah any h-fore depart- w hich are geuerullj wasted. This can
l»e done by having plenty of bedding or
uri «»f‘ S. P i.orili h<>tii.«I train.
t»y tbe nse of absorbents, such us laud
Train N« . 2 «mine«!.- wi ll (lie S !
ì ain.- ut C* tv Hi- and Albany tri vii u * plaster or peat. That most available
di reel **e»viee lo Newfiort » « « i adjac on most farms is damaged straw or
hay. Pound for ;>ound or ton for ton,
Tritio 3 f«»r Detroit, Rr*t»#,i)l>»i»l> *tbe liquid is more than twice us valua
ble as the solid manure, and the value
and «»I h«T u-oontain re*or le.«vet* A l
bany . t 7 JH) p io aft. r «he arrival «»f o f l»oth combined is often worth more
than the milk of the cow that makes
S. P. -nulli la»un I tr*io in ;o IVrilend
it. While this is generally true* tbe
re. efoiiig IVIrnft at 12. OO^p m.
For further iof«»iioati»m apply to constituents of betb liquid and solid
n.antire* vary with tbe feed and tbe In
EDWI N STONE, noniager.
dividuality of tbe animal.
J. T U R N E R , affenl. Albany.
H H .C K u N IS E , agent, Corvallis
DA LI. AS PAS8KNOSB— DAILY. EX. SUNDAY
Ccrvaitis & Eastern Railroad.