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‘TerrlDle Tem ptation.
An eminent English surgeon, whose
brusqueuess with grown-ups recalls
that o f the fumous Abernethy, is quite
another person when children are his
patients. Then he is as nmlable as un
angel of a big St. Bernard dog.
A short time ago, Becoming to St.
James’ Budget, this gentle giant got up
out of a warm bed at 3 o’clock in the
morning to attend a tiny boy In piteous
Truth.—To know one little truth and
If you are su ffe rin g from
plight from diphtheria. He performed
live It Is better than to know a hun
impure blood, thin blood, de
the operation o f tracheotomy and
dred great truths— and write them
saved the child's life.
bility, nervousness, exhaus
down.— Rev. Frank Crane, Unitarian,
Time went on and his general condi
tion, you should begin at once
tion Improved, but there was one dis
The Day’s Need.— The day’s need la
with Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, the
quieting symptom. He refused to use
his voice. When he was questioned that a man should think for himself,
Sarsaparilla you have known
he nooded or shook bis head, but would decide for himself, and greater than
your life. Your doctor
not speak. Finally the surgeon found
knows it,too. Askhimaboutit.
a way. One morning be talked at bis odist, Baltimore, Md.
Home Fruit.—The very best of the
stubborn little patient.
You mint look well after the condition of
your liver anti bowels. Unless there is dally
“ I ’m sorry he can’t speak to me, fruit called manhood can be grown to
action of the bowels, poisonous products are
absorbed, causing headache, biliousness, nau
nurse,” the surgeon said, "because I'm richest ripeness only In the garden
sea, dyspepsia, and thus preventing the Sar
going up to London to-morrow, and called home.— Rev. M. E. Harlan, Dis
saparilla from doing Its best work. Ayer's
Fills are liver pills. Act gently, all vegetable.
sha'n’t know whether to bring him a ciple, Brooklyn, N. Y.
The dose Is only one pill at bedtime.
horse or a gun.”
Civilizing Forces.—The civilization
There was a brief silence. The sur of the nation Is largely the legacy of
so manufkoturers o f
geon and nurse waited breathlessly. the Hollander, the Huguenot, the Furl-
HA IB VIGOR.
Then a tiny finger stole up to a wound tan and the Cavalier, and the three
ed throat, and the ghost o f a baby great civilizing forces at present are
boy’s voice said:
j state, the church and the school.— Rev.
"Please, doctor, bwlng m
llckle J. M. KUng, Methodist, Philadelphia,
John Watcrworth, the oldest engineer
Japan.—A ll Japan Is open to Christ In the world, has just died at Preston.
In the great wave of popular feeling
R iSTORED TO HEALTH
for Norwegian Independence which is and soon she will be Christian. All England, at the age of 85 years. He
THANKS TO PE-RU-NA agitating
Norway the hero of the nour is the missions are one with the nation, began driving in 1846, and drove an en
Hr. Fridtiof Nansen, the explorer, and and every woman here has used her gine 2,000,000 miles in hie thirty-seven
it is freely prophesied that he will be hands In making socks, shirts aud all years of service without a single acci
f.iends Were A la rm e d -
his country’s next prime minister, if not
Advised Change of Climate her president, should the union with Swe manner of things for the soldiers. The
nation Is quiet, sober and earnest.—
K e n t u c k y 's G i r l B l a c k s m i t h .
den be broken.
Rev. M. C. Harris, Methodist, Toklo,
( Miss Clara Medlin, of Pilot Oak,
Miss Mildred Keller, 718 13th street,
1 K y „ hears tbe distinction of being tba
Sf. W., Washington, D. 0., writes:
The Present Rate Law.
Business.—The Standard Oil Com
“ I can safely recommend Peruna for
The duties of the present Interstate pany made money for Its stockholders only female blacksmith on record, says
a St. Louis Globe-Democrat special.
catarrh, I had it for years and it Commerce commission are to correct
would respond to no kind of treatment, all discriminations in railroad rates. by putting the price of oil up and
Miss Medlin is a comely young wom
or if it did it was only temporary, and I f it finds that an unjust rate is in
an with a wealth of dark-brown hair
on the slightest provocation the trouble effect, the railroad is notified.
I f it and buyers and sellers In the whole and a pair of bewitching brown eyes.
would come back.
declines to change it, the commission country do business on the same prin She can shoe a horse or weld a tire as
“ I was In such a state that my friends
can bring suit in court and if the court ciple.— Rev. David Utter, Unitarian, quickly as any smith, and as for neat
were alarmed about me, and I was advised
ness, no other smith will dare compete
to leave this climate. Then I tried Peruna, decides in favor of the commissioners’ Denver, Colo.
and to my great joy found it helped me findings, the railroad must obey, or its
The State.— The state Is Just as tru
She Is also an expert carriage paint
from the first dose I took, and a few bot officers may be brought up for contempt
ly as divine an institution as the er. This Is really her specialty, she
of court and summarily dealt with.
tles cured me.
church is, and the governor, mayor, having painted over seventy buggies
" I t built up my constitution, I re
the superintendent o f police, the mem the last season.
“ He” Is a Girl.
gained my appetite, and I feel that I
A tired mother with two children, a ber o f the legislature, the city council,
Notwithstanding all o f this. Miss
am perfectly well and strong.” — M il
baby o f 2 years that sat on her lap and or school board, Is Just as much a min Medlin has not neglected to educate
We have on tile many thousand teg. a bright-eyed boy of perhaps 4, who sat ister and servant o f God as I am.— herself in housekeeping and cooking.
timonials like the above. We can give beside her, were trying to enjoy a little Rev. Washington Gladden, Congrega-;
our readers only a slight glimpse of the luncheon In a restaurant In the busi tlonallst, Columbus, Ohio
vast array of unsolicited endorsements ness section o f the city. T w o young
Evasion.— Unworthy men seek place MALLEABLE IRON STUMP PULLERS
KutMt, lightest and ntrongent stump Fuller
Dr. Hartman is receiving.
ladles entered and sat down at th e 'o f trust in the administration of Jus-
on t the
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n® market. i 119 Horne power on tbe sweep
same table. Seeing tbe dltllculty the tlce, and we stand back and say none with two borne«. l Write tor descriptive catalog
woman bad In eating lunch and bold of these things are our fault. We •nd prices. — r— -—
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M arriage tn Spain.
ing her younger child at the same time, neither participate In their nomination Foot of Morrison Street
I d Spain a bride bas no girl attend- one o f the young ladles leaned over or election.
It Is Pilate seeking to
anta to stand at the altar with her, and said in a propitiating tone: "W hat evade his responsibility and to put tbe
but instead a "madrina,” or godmoth a sweet little boy! Won't you let me burden upon Herod.— Rev. William
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cake or any festive departure after mother gladly granted the request and
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The Old Theology.— I am done with
your reservation fee of $ 2 . 0 ), to apply
the ceremony. The wedded pair go was transferring her charge Into the that dreadful theology which pictured
on rent of your room.
Kooms in all
quietly to their new borne, where they arma o f the younger woman, when the God as seeking His own glory at the
parts of the city. fiOe to $2 Oil per dav.
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remain until the following day, when little boy, with never a smile, raised expense of His creatures’ welfare; as
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they start on their honeymoon. Be his voice and exclaimed: “ He ain’t a condemning for His own mere pleas
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savages to an eternal torment that pre
Goodnough Buildins. Portland, O rcton
supposes eternal evil.— Rev. D. Mack-
ay, Presbyterian, New York City.
Peace.— The war in the East Is cost
ing Japan $5,000.000 a week, Russia
$7,500,000 a week, beside the appal
ling sacrifice o f human life. I f the
spirit of the founder of Christianity
Is still in the world, should not all
Skin Diseases speak for the blood and tell of the acid-laden, poison Christian nations use every Influence
ous condition of that vital fluid, and of its efiort to throw off and rid the possible to stop the terrible slaughter?
system of the poisons aud waste matters that have accumulated in it. Ec — Rev. O. R. Jenks, Adventist, Chi
zema, Tetter. Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Boils and diseases of this type cago, 111.
are all caused by a weakened and polluted blood circulation, and though they
THE HIGHEST AWARD A T
Joseph.—Joseph was successful be
may have lain dormant in the system during the cold weather, at the coming cause he was a man o f piety. H#
THE ST. LOUIS WORLD’S PAIR
W A S G IV E N T O
of Spring and Summer, when
never preached a sermon, never wrote
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In 1896 I experienced at times patches on the in-
theblood is reacting and mak
a psalm, and was the bearer o f no
u rn ed , cautin¡
c a u s in g
ing extra efforts to expel all aide of my hands that itched am id b burned,
convinced I was afflicted
afflict«. great revelation from God.
morbid and poisonous matter, much discomfort. I
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; physi- lived dally, constantly, as If God was
they make their appearance. with a type of Eczema. I consulted
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ciana, ana used several external applications, re li—
External remedies cannot
but alight temporary relief. I decided to to have His approval. That Is piety.— I TOME» CANADIAN C O . Lafl *4 TORONTO. CAN
nure; they soothe and give ^ g
S., and soon I found myself entirely cured. Rev. I. J. Van Ness, Baptist, Nash- j
temporary relief, but often
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Conscience.— Thoughts are serious !
things because conscience is behind
them. Conscience Is that which knows [
what God knows, a knowledge togeth
er. Meet men o f conscience snd of j
conscious power and yon must yield j
or get out of their way. Yet conscience
waa Involved In the fall of man and
needs the regulation of the Spirit of
God.— Rev. J. S. Key, Methodlat 8her-
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