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j TRADITION OF THE FLOOD.
In these days of frenzied advertising,
Noah's Ark of P n e b l o I n d i a n s Con
It is hard for all of us to tell the real
t a in s S o m e C u r io u s A n i m a ls .
thing, and it naturally follows that the
The children of the Pueblo Indians
safest way is to pin our faith to those
i have a Noah’s ark of their own, and
articles and products which are backed
some of the animals It contains are
and guaranteed by the oldest and most
very curious Indeed—such animals, In
fact as civilized young people are not
•The Pillsbury company, of Minne
acquainted with. Among them are
apolis, with a world-wide reputation
for best quality, guarantees to you that
mountain goats, queer creatures of the
in buying their ideal breakfast food, Attitude Toward God.—God’s treat cat tribe and prong-horned antelopes. At any rate, you seem to be
“ Pillsbury’s Vitos—the Meat of the ment of you depends on your attitude All of these animals are made out of getting rid of it on auction-sale
Wheat,” you actually purchase a pro toward Him.—Rev. L. C. Barnes, Bap clay and baked like pottery, after p rin c ip le s: “ going, going,
duct which is free from impurities, and tist, Worcester, Mass.
which they are painted in quite an ar g-o-n-e!” Stop the auction
at the same time a most economical The One and Only.—The one thing In tlstlc and lifelike fashion.
food. It ft truly the white heart of the all life Is Christ. In Him are all things. Like most other peoples, the Pueblo with Ayer’s Hair Vigor. It
wheat kernel, sterilized, nothing add Missing Him we lose all.—Rev. Cor Indians have a tradition of a great checksfallinghair.and always
ed, nothing taken away; no flavoring, nelius Woelfkin, Baptist, Brooklyn, flood. The catastrophe occurred long restores color to gray hair. A
no cooking, and a two-pound package N. Y.
when they lived In the ancient splendid dressing also. Sold
will make you twelve pounds of delici Action.—The cause of many men's ago,
their forefathers. One day the
ous white food. Figure the economy downfall In business today Is that earth began
to shake and strange rum for over sixty years.
and louder, until all. " Mv I had
h a ir cam e o u t so b adly I n e a rly lo it It
If you are looking for the best, and enough vital action.—Rev. Lyman Ab at length an louder
h eard so m uch about A y er’s H air
o u g ht I would g lre It a trial. I did
are willing to accept the statements of bott, Presbyterian, Brooklyn, N. Y. middle of the central square of the ao and It th com
pletely stopped th e fallin g , and
ir grow very rap id ly .”— M a r t H .
the largest and most respected of firms,
F ie l d , N orthfleld, M ass.
whose products are the yard stick by
stream of water, overwhelming
M ade A by lso J . m O. anufacturer»
A y er Co., Low ell, Mass.
which all competitors measure their Great Teacher and all Ills learners mighty
the houses and flooding the valley, so
must accept what He says because He that
lines, you will not hesitate.
Ask your grocer today for "Pills- says It. Christ's universal authority le live stock to neighboring mountains.
J I P P Q f'LLS.
bury’s Vitos—the Meat of the Wheat.” the basis of all true dlsclpleship.— Presently there rose out of the hole
14 V # O CHERRY PECTORAL.
Put up only in two-pound air tight Rev. W. G. Partridge, Pittsburg, Pa. In the earth the head of a gigantic tur
packages. Price 20 cents.
Resist the Devil.—Resist the devil tie, which towered to the very roof of
and he will flee from you. iou can the
Vegetarianism i9 all the vogue among
Everybody was terror-strick those
ir is a s t r o u s E x p e r im e n t .
and defeat him If you will en. sky.
who take thought what they shall
They’re telling of a Jackson County Intimidate
and what they shall drink, says the
but back up against God’s throne and whose name ought to have been Noah
farmer who found an auto horn in the call
London Outlook. Bridge and boiled
your consecrated will to the front —plucked up the courage to ask the cabbage
road one day and took it home and
in together, and who shall
A. H. Studebaker, Lutheran, great reptile what It wanted. The say which came
taught his chickens to recognize Its —Rev.
has the firmer hold upon per
turtle replied that It was hungry and sons of fashion?
honk as their feed call. Instead of
calling them in the old-fashioned way Greatness.—Greatness of the soul U that Its appetite could be appeased Women generally consider cons©»
the farmer or his wife would blow the
only by the sacrifice of a young mnn
in love, seldom in resentment.—
auto horn. One day an automobilist come beautiful. In Jesus we know not and a young woman. There was noth queuces
passed the farm going about fifteen whether to admire most the gentleness ing to do but to obey, and so a hand
miles an hour and tooting his horn. of His strength or the strength of His some youth and a beautiful girl were
The chickens near the house took out gentleness.—Rev. Frank Crane, Uni delivered up to the turtle, which took KIDNEY TROUBLE
after the auto and fourteen hens and tarian, Worcester, Mass.
them In Its mouth and sank with them
DUE TO CATARRH
three roosters ran themselves to death I’rlde and Vanity.—The trouble with through the hole. Immediately all of
behind the machine.—Kansas City most of us Is we get so pre-eminently the water flowed away, and In the
respectable with our w-w clothes that place where the reptile bad appeared
C IT Q Prrm m n.ntly Cured. No fl-sor n.nrouflnMS we forget all about the lowly Jesus there rose up a large black rock,
I I I 0 after first day's uso of Dr.Kline’sU reat Nerva who Is greater than any church and which, according to the myth, may be
Itastorer. Send for F r e e S i trial bottle and treatise.
P r. K. H . Kline, Ltd.,931 An h St.. Philadelphia, Pa. higher than any creed.—Rev. B. P. seen at this day, testifying to the truth
Lee, Episcopalian, Los Angeles. (*al. of the story.
A M is ta k e S o m ew h ere.
Work of the Preacher.—The preach Unfortunately, the deluge left things
“Uve been told,” said the old man on ing needed Is not of philosophy or In such a damp and uncomfortable con
the back platform of the street car, “that statecraft, but of the cross; and what dition, after destroying all of the
if wa didn't look out sunthin' would vaster work would be done If all houses and most of the portable prop
that the people thought It wisest
and Christians were Imbued erty,
“I hadn’t heard of it,” said the con preachers
to go away. So they started on a
with the spirit of Paul, who “gloried Journey
the whole tribe of
*T heard some fellers talkin' about it only In the cross.”—Rev. L. C. Knight, them, and northward,
the crane, which Is a sacred
Presbyterian, Princeton, N.' J.
half an hour ago.”
flew ahead to pick out the driest
"Well, I don't think yon need be Opportunity.—Theodore Roosevelt Is bird,
At length they came to the re
efraid. Want to get off here?”
opportunity. He believes in the gion which
thetr descendants now In
”Yes, but you needn't atop the car. 11 an
opportunity of his country habit, and which
Is so extremely dry
ran just step out like this, and awing material
men; that Is, he wants every man to that the water supply
my leg so. and----- "
Is always a sub
And he plowed along the street for ten have a chance and a right to the tree ject of anxiety.
of life. So does any citizen who) Is
feet and then fell full length.
“Hurt much?” asked a pedestrian, who Bane and loves this country.—Rev. J. 8.
M a k in g an A u d ie n c e L a u g h .
went to his assistance.
Montgomery, Episcopalian, Denver, I am glad there Is no recipe for
“Somewhat, but that hain't what ails
making an audience laugh. Wa should
me,” was the reply. “It’s that that Col.
is something within thank heaven that It la so. There are The Curative Power of P E -R U -N A
dinged comet was ready to hit me In the the Prayer.—There
bosom of man that prompts him to enough people trying It now, but
back and the fool-headed conductor was
think of the hordes thst would descend
In Kidney Disease the Talk
taking things as easy as if he was forty prayer. There are many people who on
the unsuspecting public If soma
are not frequenters of places of public
of the Continent.
worship and yet they do pray. Per one were able to tell 'how' In a few Nicholas J. Hertz, member of Ancient
haps when walking along the street comprehensible lines. Either one la Order of Workmen, Capitol lodge, No.
they are lifting up a prayer to God.— born with the power to make others 140, Pearl Street hotel, Albany, N. Y.,
Fruit farm Bargain Rev.
L. M. Zimmerman, Lutheran. Bal laugh or he Is not; there Is no learn writes:
ing how unless you have the gift
On White Salmon River
"A few months ago I contracted a
Some one bee eald that to make heavy
cold which settled in my kid
Two hundred acres (40 leased school are all around the churches. There audlencee langh you must feel the neys,
and each time I was exposed to
lend) with 1150 young fruit trees, most may be heard the midnight cry of tue laugh yourself—must be moved by the inclement
weather the trouble was ag
ly Spitzenberg and Newton apples. On victims of our Inactivity on street after humor of the lines or of the situation. gravated until
finally I was unable to
stage and R. K D. reute; \ mile from
Irrigating _ ditch covering gar street. If ever there was a call for a ing the same line and making tha same work.
“After trying many of the advertised
dens and small fruits. Stock anc ni tools revival. It haa come now. I mean a gesture nt exactly the same place remedies
for kidney trouble. I finally took
with place. Price 14,000; $2,500 down. revival of essentials and a burial of
every night for six months and see
For lurther particulars address
the intense pains in my back
Just bow much you are moved by the were much relieved
H. M. AHRENS, White Salmon, Wash. I Congregationalism Chicago, III.
and in four weeks I
humor. It le eiisler far ea tier, to be was able to take up my
Content—In the midst of all our moved by a r" tie tie situation each “ I still continued to work
use Reruns for
' corroding cares, bewildering perplexi night than It Is to feel like laughing another month and at the
Positive, Comparative, Superlative. ties, burdensome anxieties, sorrows, An American audlenc n atin lly time I was perfectly well. end of that
“ I have UBfd one of your Fish Brand
| failures and successes, let us not fall likes the American type of humor— “I now take a does or two when I
Slickers for five years, and now w ant
In remembering that the tree sings tne where little Is said and a great deal have been exposed and find that it ia
a new one, also one for a friend. I
would not be w ithout one for tw ice the
' song of contentment. The maple does la left to the Imagination. 8o, to my splendid
to keep me well.”
coat. They a rt juat aa far ahead of a
) not want to be a pine, the hemlock mind. It Is best that the llnee you
common coat aa a common ooa la
Hundreds of Cures.
ahead of nothing.”
Hartman is constantly in receipt
Potterton, Unlversalist, Brooklyn, they suggest some exceedingly funny of Dt.
teatlmonials from people who have
situation or thought. Bat—and here been
HIGHEST WIRD HftRI ITS FUR. IMI. N. Y.
of chrnoic and complicated
Love.—To many a man who never Is the secret—before yon speak them Sidney cured
by Peruna. For free
amounted to anything the honest, pure yon mnst really understand them and medical advice, addreee Dr. Hartman,
love of a true woman haa been an know what line of thought causes them President of The Hartman Sanitarium,
Incentive to him to make something to be spoken. If you can do this yoa Columbus, Ohio.
communicate thetr humor.—David
of himself for her sake; and whenever can
the love of God cornea Into the human Warfield In Success Magazine.
heart It drives out evil and seeks to j When a man la really a fast worker, i
4DIAN CO., L im itcd . cloth#
Itself with living and loyal ao- j
willing to do all be can. It makaa
don.—Rev. M. W. Stryker, Methodist. and
'»ather Clothing à Hato.
mad to pila mors on h.m that be I
Clinton. 14. T.