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Railroads and Progress.
THINK OF IT!
In bis testimony before the senate
committee on interstate commerce at
| Washington, on May 4, Prof. Hugo R.
This Pretty Matron Had headache and
Meyer, of Chicago university, an ex
Backache, and Her Condition
pert on railroad management, made
“ Let us look at what might have
happened if we had heeded the protests
of the farmers of New York and Ohio
The Unselfish L if e — No matter how and Pennsylvania (in the seventies
Then tell him about Ayer’s
many creeds a man believes in, unless i when 8raln ,rom the We8t
Cherry Pectoral. Tell him
he lives an unselfish life he is not | i ” *
how it cured your hard cough.
saved.— Rev. D. W. \fontgomery, Cou- upon the doctrine which the Interstate
Commeace commission has enunciated
Tell him why you always keep
gregatlonallst, Washington, D. C.
time and again, that no man may be
it in the house. Tell him to
| What We Need.—The greatest need deprived of the advantages accruing to
to-day Is not more men, but more man. him by virtue of his geographical posi
ask his doctor about It. Doc
■ To be rich In deed and In truth Is ul tion. We could not have west of the
use a great deal of it for
timately a consciousness.— Rev. James Mississippi a population of millions of
throat and lung troubles.
Montgomery, Methodist, Denver, Col. people who are prosperous and are great
“ I had a terrible cold and cough and waa
We never should have
Power.— Power has been purchased consumers.
threatened with pneumonia. I tried A y e r'«
Cherry Pectoral and it pave me quick and per
at the point of the sword and sustain seen the years when we built 10,000
fect relief. I t is certainly a moat w onderful
ed often through tyranny and cruelty. and 12,000 miles of railway for there
cough m edicine,’’- K u n a E. W h i t m a n , 8loux
Falla, S. Dak.
The strength of the power o f nations would have been no farmers west of
has been gauged by the roster o f their
Made b y J. C. A y e r Oo.. L o w f U
manufacturera o f
armies and navies.— Hev. John Love, used the land that would have been
j Baptist, Asbury Park, N. J.
Seeking.— For all that is best and ways. And if we had not seen the
yearB when we could build 10,000 and
truest and greatest In the heart of the
12,000 miles of railway in a year, we One of Ayer's Pills at bedtime will
man and the nation, one sepks in vain
should not have today east of the hasten recovery. Oently laxative.
[ until he sees the Ohrist-splrit— until
Mississippi a steel and iron producing
MRS. M. BRICKNER
! he sees Jesus, the Life, the Truth and
center which is at once the marvel
D o g - M a tic .
99 Eleventh Street,
I the Way. Jesus only.— Rev. R. J. Bur and the despair of Europe, because we
The young person who stood before
dette. Baptist, I a > h Angeles. Cal.
could not have built up a steel and
“ A short time ago I found my condition
Gradations.— There are gradations iron industry if there had been no mar a picture of the head o f a Spanish lady
very serious. I had headaches, pains in
at the London Art Club exhibitiou
ket for its product.
the back, and frequent dizzy spells which
rend the number slowly, “ One hundred
grew worse every month. I tried two rem nnd gradations o f reward. We shall
“ We could not have in New Eng
edies before Peruna, and was discouraged be Just as happy as our experience land a great boot and shoe industry; and ninety-one” — and Punch overheard
when I took the first dose, but my courage makes it possible to be, and that means we could not have in New England a the rest.
“ One hundred and ninety-one,” she
soon returned. In less than two months
attainment.— Rev. E. L. Powell, Bap great cotton m illing industry; we could
ir.y health was restored/*— Mrs. M. Brick-
repented, then referred to her cata
not have spread throughout New York
tist, Louisville, Ivy.
logue. “ “fe te Espagnole,’ or howevar
The reason of so many failures to
The Church and Politics.— Church and Pennsylvania and Ohio manufac you pronounce It. what’s that?”
cure cases similar to the above is the people must get down from the pedes- turing industries of the most diversified
"W hy, spaniel's head, of course,” ex
tal on which
they perch, singing kinds, becausethoss industriea would
plained her companion, with the assur
I r t M A U T T O u i P ,act
that to dl8ea8ea
the fe- hymns and passing resolutions, and have no market among the farmers ance of a man who hoped he knew
f N O T RECOGNIZED ,
west of the Mississippi river.
AS C A TA R R H
j male 8e* are not grip politics more sanely and firmly In
“ And while the progress of this enough of French for that. “ Must be
order to win.— Rev. John Thompson,
country, while the development of the numbered wrong.”
nized as being cauaed by catarrh.
I Methodist, Chicago. 111.
sgricultural West of this country, did
Catarrh of one organ is exactly the
j The Pearl of Price.— Man's greatest mean the impairment of the agricul For coughs amt colds there It no better
■amt aa catarrh of any other organ.
. battles should not be fop bread that tural value east of the Mississippi river medicine than Piso’a Cure for Consump
What will cure catarrh of the head w ill*
tion. Price 25 cente.
perishes or for wealth that must be that ran up into hundreds of millions
aiao cure catarrh of the pelvic organa.
left behind, but the most strenuous of dollars, It meant incidentally the | Thg nam(.a #( Britlsh « Iebrities ar,
Peruna cures these cases simply be-
efforts should be put forth to secure building up of great manufacturing in- being giveu by the London couuty coun.
eause it cures the catarrh.
I f you have catarrh write at once to ! the pearl of great price.— Rev. J. B. dustnea that added to the value of this cil to municipal steamboats plying on the
land by thousands of millions of dol- Thames. Thirty have been so named,
■Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement McClay, Methodist, Cleveland, Ohio.
The Purpose of Religion.—The pur lars. And, gentlemen, those things Bhakspeare, Marlowe, Pepya, Fits Ail-
ef your case, and he w ill be pleased to
pose o f religion o f Jesus Is pre-emi were not foreseen in the seventies. The win (first mayor of London), Carlyle, and
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of nently practical, plain and definite; statesmen and the publicmen of this Caxton being among those remembered,
* ^is wa9 ***« *dea °* do**n Burns, the
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0. the universally accepted idea among country did not see what part the agri- labor
member of Parliament, and it has
the most Intelligent classes Is that It cultural development of the West was met with general approval from press and
ia not practical, not plain and not def
A fickle memory Is bad; a fickle course inite.— Rev. Prank Crane, Unitarian, ment of the Eaat. And you may read
• f conduct la worse; but a fickle heart
Mother, w ill And Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing
end purposes, worst of all.— C. Simmons.
merce commisaion from tha first to the Syrup the best remedy to use tor their children
A Nonentity.— No man makes
during the teething period.
Perm anently Cured. N o a teo r nervousness
greater mistake than he who tries to |
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after drat day’s use o f Dr. K lin e ’ s U real N e rv e
F in d F e ir lfie d O r a ln .
Hestorer. Send fur F r e e S K trial h oltlean d treatise. be on good terms with
every one.1 continued inability to see the question
Ur. R. H . K line, I.td .lHl A n li nt., Philadelphia, Pa.
The drillers at work In a new deep
Such a man means nothing to the ¡n ^b;g jarge way,
church, to the community, to the na- j
<.xhe interstate Commerce commis- well at
. City, . . . Kan., are flnd-
W i l l i n g t o I t i e k It .
R ! cen‘ ly
“ A fool and his money are soon part- tlon. He stands for neither truth, iion never can 8ee anything more than the drill
penetrated a stratum o f what
id. you know,” euitl the stingy man who honor or righteousness.— Rev. William that the farm land of some farmer is
Hunton, Lutheran, Chicago, 111.
had a mania for quotations.
decreasing in valne, or that some man
grains were surprisingly like that
“ Well/* rejoined his good wife, “ for
God’s Sunlight.— The sunlight which who has a flour m ill with a production
the sake of having the money to part the plant atiaorbs Is not lost bat of 50 barrels a day is being crowded cereal, and some one has suggested
that an ante-glacial elevator or store-
with. I wouldn’t mind being considered
comes forth again In fragrant and out. I t never can see that the destruc
• little foolish.'*
many tinted flowers. So the knowledge
UnPry A b oo, It.
You Can a c t Allen's Foot-Ease FREE.
o f the true God Interpenetrates our
Write Allen 8. Olmsted, Le R oy.N . Y ., for a being and makea ns partakers o f the
•ree sample of A lle n ’s Foot-Ease. It cure«
•weatingr, hot swollen, aching feet. It makes divine nature.— The Hev. Hugh John that shifting of values is a necessary ¡,hed singing “ I Want to Be an Angel,
incident to the industrial and manu- and with the Angels Stand.” The teach-
new or tight shoes easy.
A certain cure for ston. Methodist. Baltimore. Md.
corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. A ll dru g
facturing development of this country, er. observing that one little fellow had
gists sell it. 25c. Don’t accept any substitute.
The Workers.— There Is no harder
And if we shall give to the Interstate not contributed hie voice to help swell
worked people than their employers. Commerce commission power to regu- tbe
»»cred refrain, said: "Johnny, don't
N a m e som ething with tw o heads and
The pres -her, the minister, the Presi late rates, we shall no longer have our
want to be an angel?”
A ns. — A barrel.
dent, the captain of Industry, the law rates regulated on the statesmanlike
Tea, ma am. answered Johnny, "but
yer. the mother, all who work, every basis on which they have been regu
re<™. not J“ " 1 now- 1 d ratl’ « be a baseball
PO RTLAN D
body who Is worth while In the world lated in the past by railway men, who pitcher a good deal first.’
are “ working people.” — Rev. N. M. really have been great statesmen, who j
The Beet Governed Town,
Waters. CongregattonslUt. Brooklyn, really have been great builders of em-
A G IR L’S SCHOOL OF THE HIGHEST
Judge J. W. Whitten, chief of the
CLASS corps of teachers, location, build
pires, who have had an imagination law division of the general land ofBee
ing equipment—the best. Send for cat
Youth and Age.— Youth Is con that rivals the imagination of the in Washington, has compieteti a trip
T e r m Open* Septem ber IS, 1904 tagious, but you can no more catch It greatest poet and of the greatest
in- of 5,000 miles through Alaska, cover-
from a wizened up old pessimist sit ventor, and who have operated with a ing four monfhs. In an address the
ting In yonder club than you can gath courage and daring that rivals the other night on his tour the Judge de-
For First Class Hotel and Room Accom
er spring violets from a crusty glacier. courage and daring of the greatest mil- dared that, while Dawson, which Is
modations |N PORTLAND during the
Men become old men of the sea on the itary general.
Bat we shall have our under Canadian rule. is. in his opinion
EXPOSITION apply at once and send
your reservation tee of $2.00, to apply
Slndbads of civilian tlon because they rates regulated by a body of civil ser- ' one of tbe best governed towng in tha
on rent of your room.
Rooms in all
stop growing.— Rev. Henry R. Rose, vanta, bureaucrats, whose besetting sin worid, all pla0WI of buglnegg there
part* of the city. 50c to $2.00 per day.
RfSERVT YOUR ROOMS WITHOUT DE
the world over is that they never can c|og|ng from „arIy SatIlrday eTenln
Episcopalian, Newark. N. J.
LAY AND C.f T YOUR CHOKE. Write tor
g r a s p .s .t im t.o n in a large way and untl, gunrige Monday mornln on th*
full Information to Department L
Moral Conditions.— Nothing can be
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they never can see the fact that they , oan cl„ arrosg the tovndtrj, the ...
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are satisfied with low moral condi ■re confront«1 with a small evil; ex- |oong and gatnbllng houaeg
Goednough Building. Portland. Oregon
tions. There Is an element that will cept by the creation of evils and abuses
h, , „
not be Improved no matter what Influ which are infinitely greater than the
,b 'a,t, h°.n, ,S’,nd?y’ and*
ences are brought to hear, bat the one that is to he corrected.”
n *" "T T * *
co ureo, he saw no evidence of it.
average man and woman finds only
A husband is not guilty of desertion I
the society of the righteous congenial.
when his wife rents his room to s board- ' If you were to ride a
s donkey what
C O N S U M P T IO N
— Rev. C. Is Palmer, Episcopalian, er and crowds him out of the house.
fruit would yon resemble? Ana.— A pair.
Kingston, N. Y.
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a F r ie n d ?
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