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"Mamma,'' said live year old Wil
lis, "I wish you would not leave me
shine with the lathy when you go out
"Why not, Willie?” queried his
"Because I’m afraid I’ll have to
eat all the cake« and jam in the closet
just to please her."
fish Uks a Minister.
register of iREAsuRY .¡Machinery,
“Wore ycu ever taken (or a minis
Hon Judson W I y-na,
ter?" asked the soubretto.
Tteaury, in •
"No," said the leading man with the United
the spiritual face,“but I’ve been treat from U unti II gl"" •* (
If you are* dangerously sick what ia ed like one. ”
the drat duty of your physician ? H«
Suieta the nervous system, ha daadana
"1 hgve been sometime« compelled
1« pain, and you sleep well.
You ought to know that whan you | to wait six or seven mouths for my
t-r-awd to lw regular in your courana. salary."
grow Irritable without causa, aad
SomsiMng Nsw la Mining.
paaa aleepless nights, ther-» ia aarisus I
He—I saw your neighboor,
She—Did you? What is he doing
He—He’s interested in one of those
wild cat mining schemes.
She—The idea! I never knew you
had to mine for wild cats.
Farm Supplies, Etc.
FREE TO FARMERS ADVANCE THRESHER CO
rtetorr. Ballte Crak. Mak!..,
God's Comforts.—God's comforts are
the first whispers of undying peace.—
liev. E. Burk. E(>isco|>allau. Philadel
Money. It Is not money that la the
root of all evil; It ia the love of It to
¡the exclusion of holy thoughts.—Rev.
8. K. Rife, Evangelical, Akron. Ohio.
One Indian Tribe Increasing.
The Widow's Mite.—The widow's
The Penobscot tribe of Indians, mite stands for the small gifts which
No Raes Froblsm.
which numbered 240 in 1800, is now those iu humble circumstances may of
«ad I* O ,4<lrwa and ».
about 400 strong.
Maine appro- fer to God and man.—Rev. Dr. Eaton.
"I never could make out why folks
»ill mall oua « bolh. a» dselred, ties ol all rodava an I a.|..,.iot. »I .Its........ „ "•“•I
Eriatcs annually «8,000 for their Uulversallat. New York City.
is all the time worryin* deyse’f wid
al»«, ami litv.t.
, ,h .„y
what dey calls do ’race problem,'"
Story of Creation.—The very first fact
said the old colored citizen. "I been
which the story of creation sets forth
Hon. JU.I.UO W I ,on». It<-,i«l»' «I ,h»
Room for Improvement.
ADV vNt'K 1MHKSIIUU OO.
roun’ heah sence de days 1 been bo'n,
is this: God Is man's friend. He plana
Ne. SIA Stani «| , F.tuasil>
en neither me ner my family his been
“Say,” remarked the impatient for man. He provide« for man.—Rev.
April 33d, I»«
tira« and Ttjlar SU*
Or call upo» »at a»ars»i as»ni
passenger, who was traveling on busi D. Gregg. Presbyterian. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Pe ru na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus.
ness in the South, “is this the fastest
The Universal I aw . It Is difficult for
train you have down here?”
Gentlemen—I flnJ I’e-ru-na to 1* MILWAUKEE MOWER.
tis to conceive of an immutable being,
“Yes. suh.” replied the conductor, or even of an immutable condition, for
Rev. Dr. GolHe—But how did you an excellent remedy for the catarrhal
proudly, "this is the Southwestern we live in a realm in which change Is
manage to interest so many in your affection» ot spring »"<• summer, ami
BABY FOOT LIFT
(united, suh. ”
those who suffer from depression from
"Well, your company ought to the universal law.—Rev. J. R. Boyle,
Mrs. Lureing—Well, doctor, I find the heat of the summer «ill find no
raise the limit, that's all.”
that a card with "Dancing" on the remedy the equal of Pe ru na.
Resurrection of Christ.—Nothing la
lower left hand comer, seems almost
Judson M - Lyons
more vital to the validity of Chris
One Strong Reason.
known in the
aa attractive as the promise of future
Magistrate—The assault you have tianity than the resurrection of Christ
committed on your poor wife is a moat It Is the crowning evidence of the dl-, trouble some where, and nervous proa
Lyons. Hie name on every piece of
Th«y Hadn't Mads lip.
l>o you know of any vlnity agd authority of our Ia>rd — Rev.' tration is sure to follow.
money of recent date, make« his sig
You ought to know that indigestion,
reason why I should not send you to Geo. P. Perry, Baptist, Troy, N. Y.
"Well,” said he, anxious to patch nature one of the moat familiar one*
Character. — Character possesses a exhaustion, womb displacements, up their quarrel of yesterday, "aren’t in the United States
diuineas, headache, and
He is a
Prisoner—If you do, your honor, it .'harm for only those who seek it. and fainting,
you curious to know what's in the address in Auugsta.
Is the priceless Jewel of heroic souls affright, and you cannot sleep.
member of the National Republican
will break up our honeymoon.
who care for no approbation but that
"Not very,” his wife, still unrelent Committee, ami is a promim’iit and V ICTOR STEEL RAKES
Mrs. Bartley, of 131 W. Congress St,,
of the law. conscience and God.—Rev. Chicago. 111., whose portrait we pub ing. replied, diffidently.
With Ml««* I
in««U for th«
• Wild aud Woully W««|“
Hon. Judson W. Lyons recom
lish. suffered all these agoniee. and
"It's something for the one I lovo
« hat do the Filipinos appear to C. P. Smith. Methodist. Minden. I a .
was entirely cured by Lydia K. Pink best in all the world.”
mends Peruna for spring c.itarrh.
learn most easily in connection with Figure of God.—Every man. through ham's
J. A. I KI'.tiMAN, (keiecril Agent,
Vegetable Compound ; her case
If yotl «0 not
Ii»0 | ””inpl MM 190 B. Waler «I.
“Ah, I sup|Hise it's those suspenders
our civilizaion?*' asked the eager in his Imagination, paints his own figure should be a warning to others, and
satisfactory results from the tiw of.
H. tun I AN, PertUnd Oregoa.
of God. Plato gives his own image of her cure carry conviction to the minds you said you needed. ”
turn píele IMock ot
Peruna, write al once to Dr. Hart
Without hesitation the strategist God. and then there Is the Bible's idea of every suffering woman of the un-
WALTKM A WOOD KXTkAA
Fwr t'slaluffn« »nd |*n<»s.
man. giving a full statement of your
sf God.—Rev. Dr. Newell Dwight f.dling efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's
“The value of money. ”
Hillis. Congregations list. Brooklyn. Vegetable Ct mpouad.
Papa—Who is the smartest boy in
you his valuable advice grain*
your class at school?
Address Dr Hartman, president of
Million» far Bn»«ball.
Johnny—Well, Willie Jones says
Predestined. Some are willing to
the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus.
A million of dollars are spent every year
CASH BUYERS OF H1DKN, PELTS AND TAIXOW.
Sacred Lily’s Aliases.
upon the ys nteof baseball, but large as tbis
Papa—But who do you say is?
ual i theanionui
Deception has even reached the dis
sum is. u cannot begin to equal
he i_______ word of God. They are ever prepared
Consigutsiente solici toil.
Pay lilglieet market price.
spent by people in searrh of health. There to run their course righteously. They, ciples of Flora.
I'eelere Its leather and tin.llnge.
There has lately
1» a sure method of obtaining strength,
Refer to Welle. Fargo A Co Hank, Portland. Oregon.
and it is not a costly one. We urge those And they alone, are predestined.- Rev. been intrduced into the market a bulb Jones is.
"You nt that proB|M*rouf looking
who have spent much and lost hope to try E. Magevney, R. C., San Ftanclaco, called "the sacred lily of the Nile.
Hostetter's Stomach Bittrrs. Il strength California.
The name is sufficiently catchy to
man over there? lie rubbed me of
• loo RIWARD • !••»
ens the stomach, makes digestion easy and
F F Tb» p»«l«ciluB «t Wall Piaster, te Ib» ..<ily mawrial
the beat chance of becotn mg neh 1 gg M
Socialism. — Socialism will reject capture lovers of flowers.
natural, and cures dyspepsia, constipatiou.
Jg ti ¡
Wilk whl«k rsyalrlWf «•« b« d«n« hvally »nA (•
Th« r»ad«r( of ibla paper will bo pleawd Io ever hml."
biliousness and weak kidneys.
Christianity and give a real faith which man added one of the new flowers to Bara
that lb»ra ia al l»a*t on» dr»ad»4 ditaam
If you h»r» n»v»r wd II wnd
"How diti it h.i|
dial Miear» baa been able to cur» in all lie
’be Infidel church has denied. By re
IM. Il will I-») you Mi inluimtiiuu »44>m
and tbai la catarrh HaU'ai'alarrb Cur»
"He refused to et me marry his
Cause for Rejoicing.
jecting the church It will liberate the up came the plant, but when the acaaei.
to tba only poaitive cure known tolba medical
__ daughter. "
"How pretty and clever you are, real spirit of Jesus, which will defy sacred "lily of the Nile” appeared he (T
catarrh being a conatltutlnnal die
FH£ AOAMANT OO.,
require« a constTtuUonAl treatment,
mamma,” exclaimed little Edith.
mankind.—Rev. Geo. D. Herron. So-
Fool ul Ulte »"Mi.
Hall a Catarrh Cur« ‘ 1» taken Iniernally,
•‘Do you really think so ,my dear,” -lalist. Brooklyn. N. Y.
directly upon the blood and mucona anrlac»»
ol the ayatem. thereby deitroyiaf th» founda
replied her mother.
If you use the K. G. toning solu tion of the diaeaw, and firing the patient
The Spiritual World.—The knowledge
"Course I do,” leplied Edith, "and »f the spiritual world which Jesus tion you will never be troubled with strength by building up the eonatllntton end those actors are saying *'
nature In doing ita work. Th« pro
"You have nocsuM- (orcomplaint.’*
I’m awful glad you married into our Christ has imparted to mankind ex- faded prints. 8 oz. bottle, 30 cents. aaaiatlng
prletora bars ao much faith in Its eureiiri
-eeds that of Moses as much as the At all photographic supply dealers, or lor any case that it tolls to tnuv. band for list
light of the noonday sun exceeds that Kirk, Geary 4 Co., 330 Sutter St, 8. F. of testimonials. Address
F. L CHENKT A CO.. Toledo. O.
if the flickering lamp.—Cardinal Gib-
Sold by drugffista, 7te.
Pills are th» b»L
bons, Roman Catholic, Baltimore. Md.
Christian Science. — Christian Sol
»nc« not only embodies the healing and daughter in the style to which the
—Mrs. Daubchina ía
regenerative methods of the Christian
so artistic! Whenever she refers to
ity of Christ but represents also th« heavy father.
“Sure, Mike,” answered our hero, art it is with a big A.
highest attainments of modern meta
Flatbush—Well, her husband it
physical or psychical practice.—Carol with the assurance of youth.
We have just issued an excellent little Cat
"Well I'm glad of it.
It’s more different from her. He general y re
Norton, Christian Scientist New York
than I can afford to any longer. »»
fers to art with a big D.
alogue on Fence subjects. Full illustrations;
It Injures ne. vous system lo do so II »<’<».
the newest Fence Information.
A Statesman and a Politician.—A YOU KNOW WHAT TOC ARK TAKING
and notine» you »lien to atop C...4 with a
Student of Humanity.
Frost Ue frarea, Lronardn^n, Xd.
itatesman is one who thinks, plans and because the formula is plainly printed on every
The manager looked over the adver- nnn.RUlO
■ eeedba«ml«m ft haa
Many veterans of the rebellion can works for the future good of his coun bottle showing that it Is «iwply Iron aod Qnl-
eauu uur o cured thoumnda, it » llcuroyou
No Cure, Nr Pay. soc. j
nian a work.
At all dritszlato or by mall prepaid || a tíos
recall incidents as thriling as the cav try and countrymen, while the polltl- aloe in a taatelaae fora, I*
"I see you speak of our payment I bois» I- »' Booklet free, tirite kvass*
alry charge in which the narrator of : -Ian is concerned about present per-
cnsaiCtL Co., la t rosse. Wi*
plan,” said he.
Nat Wholly Free.
the following experience nearly lost 1 wnal and party advantage.—Rev. R. V.
bis life, and, unfortunately, many of ' Hunter. Presbyterian. Indianapolis.
"Make that word 'credit' instead of Springtime Resolutions
the old soldiers have disabilities that ■ Indiana.
kine has just put aside her mourning
’ It is more attractive.”
are unpleasant reminders of their days 1 Immortal Life and Eternal Life.—Je- habiliments, but she isn't going out
74a Nicolai St., Portland, Or.
in the army. To all such this story
Sure relief from Honor, opium an i tobare«
will have a (>eculiar interest and may lus makes a marked distinction be
Hasn't time. She has gone into @M6ONffLOOOpu/tlFi£*
habit«. ben4 for particular« to
show the way to restore health, tween Immortal life and eternal life. executive session to examine the
strength and energy. Mr. William H. Immortal life is to live on. Eternal various proposals of marriage she has
life Is to live well, and when we have received within a month.*
Whiting, of Mt. Holly, Va., says:
"When the Civil war began I was the latter it Is difficult to make us doubt
"How do you pans the time?” in
living in Buffalo and there I joined the former.—Rev. Dr. Mason. Univer- I do not believe Piso's Cure for Con- quired the city visitor of the friend JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
Co. F. of the Tenth New York Caval*
Foot of Norrtoon Rtreet,
—Jons F. Bov», Trinity Sprinn. who had moved to the country.
ry. In 1863, while serving with my Test of a Christian.—What is the test -old»,
lud., Feb. 15. 1900.
"I don’t pass it,” replied the lady
Is b»st limo lo enee Csiarrh.
Can give you the best bargains In
Bronchitis »nd < ••nsumtoiee.
company, I received a sabre cut that pf a Christian but the fruits of bis corn
who could always find something to Bnggiea, Plows, Boilers and Engines,
Our rvmsdy Is g >s-si>i»»d. |i
Some skeptics are like th« near
caused psralysia. For eight months panlonsltlp with his Lord? Give ua a
Adversity’s Roussd Robin.
do; "it passes me.”
F <» Itos »YZ.
"tnlmills and Pumps and General , sighted man who skates right up to
I was obliged to lie in the hospital at human Christ, who sympathizes with
"This is a cold world; a man can't
I Ilio danger sign to see what it saya.
Washington, D. C.
I afterwards ns in our common temptation«, who ;et a job unless he has a good suit of
TO Ct'Bl A COLD IB ONK DAT
tried many doctors, but the paralysis loves us. not the one who atanda ao far Mothes.”
TUsLaxatlvs Brom« Qolala« Tablets. AU
Irugfista refund the money If it telle to cure
remained as bad as ever.
I suffered above us. and we shall gain In our
•’Well, that’s logic.”
L w. Grove's alanature Ison each box. ate.
from chills and my general health knowledge of your Lord.—Rev. C. M.
"Logic? He can’t get a good ■uit
was not giHxl.
Sheldon, Baptist. Topeka. Kan.
Why Ns Said IL
of clothes unless he has a job.**
“This continued until about eight
Prayer.—God has ordained prayer
Costigan—Don't say you ain’t done
years ago when I read in a newspaper lust as truly as be has ordained labor,
Yosir Guide and Guard
of the cures effected by Dr. Williams’ and It Is no more a thwarting of divine
Madigan—And why not?
Is the famous Oregon Blood Purifier,
Pink Pills for Pale People. I began law than that be should tiring In the tested and true. Use it now.
Costigan—Because that isn’t good
taking tlie pills and soon found they harvest in response to the wise and In
were doing me good. In six months’ telligent labor of the husbandman. Bnt
Getting Rid •< Him.
Madigan—Faith, I’m glad to hear
begins in the bowels. It’s the unclean
time I was completely cured.
for by the powers, nayther am I.
paralysis has not returned and I never
places that breed infectious epidemics,
have the chills now.
My general plished by the faithful toll of human I’ll give you an Egyptian cigarette. I
The fascination of flashlight photo
Bobby—And may I smoke it?
health is also better than when I be- hands.—Rev. Dr. Barrows, Oberlin.
and it’s the unclean body—unclean in
His sister—Yes, Bobby; and, of graphy is greatly enhanced by one of
rtn taking Pink Pills for Pale People, Ohio.
side—that "catches" the disease. A
Become ss a Little Child.—We must course, you know, gentlemen always the new electric flash lamps.
alway keep them with me and, in
«1.50. At all dealers, or Kirk, Geary
the eight years that have passed since onload the mind of traditions snd es go into the library to smoke.
person whose stomach and bowels
A C., 330 Sutter St., 8. F., Cal.
I first took them, I have never had tablish truth. We must abandon fol
are kept clean and whose liver is live
Iles and establish facta. We must li I a-
occasion to cal) on a doctor.
“I have recommended Dr. Wil tard ritual and establish right, We Laxativ« Bromo-Quinine Tshirts euro a oold la
ly, ana blood pure, is safe against yel
Blobbs—Why did she jilt you?
liams' Pink Pills to many people, and must abolish custom and establish on« day. No cur». No Pay. Pries » cents.
low fever, or any other of the dread
Slobbs—She detected the odor of
good results have always followed Christ. Then we become as a little
beer on my breath.
ehlld, and of such Is the kingdom.—
ful diseasesthat desolate our beautiful
“And when he proposed did you
"A prude, eh?”
Signed, WILLIAM H. WHITING. Rev. F. E. Mason, Spiritualist, Brook
tell him to see me?” inquired her
land. Some of the cleanest people
"Not at all, but there was another
Subscribed and sworn to before ma lyn. N. Y.
fellow whose breath smelled of cham
this 14th day of January. 1901.
Peace In the Church.—If peace nbldes
outside are filthiest inside, and they
"I did, and he said he had seen you
John L. Beale,
n the church each member must lie at several times, but that he loved me pagne.”
are the ones who not only "catch"
peace with God. "The peace of God.
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pilla for Pale which passeth all understanding” In notwithstanding. ”
, x . <
the infections, but endanger the lives
People are sold by all dealers, or will creases and blesses liotb the life of the Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
all their friends and relatives. There’s only one certain way of keeping
be sent postpaid on receipt of price, Individual and that of the church, as ing Syrup the beat remedy to us« tor their
50 cents a box, or six boxes for «2 50 the conscience Is enlightened by the dill* dren during the teething period.
c ean inside so as to prevent disease and that is to take CASCARETS.
Wh<rt Ruben Went
(they are never sold by the bulk or by Living Word and Its dictates are obey
eriect disinfectant and bowel strengthened. All diseases are
the hundred) by addressing Dr. Wil ed.—Rev. G. P. Rutledge, Philadelphia,
liams Medicine Company, Schen
First Dog—Look a bit thin, do I? heard 'bout my aendin* my son Reu
ectady, N. Y.
So'd you, if your master waa a poster ben to an institution uv lamin'?
Conscience. — Conscience — In other artist, and had got you in training as
Farmer Hnakeroot — Why, no.
Not at PretenL
words, the moral aenae-ia a natural a model for his new poster of a dog Some fool's bin spreadin’ the report
“Have you any sodding you want endowment, a part of the organic con- that wasn’t fed on Fillemup'.i Patent ’round the neighborhood that ycw've
sent hint ter college.
done this spring?” asked a colored ititutlon of man. Not by any meana Biscuits!
man of a mean Centra) Avenue reai Independent of reason, but rather de-
Th» Bost Froaerlptloa for Malaria
dent. “Not at nresent. My mother- pendent upon It, growing In clearness,
FeT.er 11 • bo‘t|* °* Grove’s Tasteless
and In ethical authority aa man in- !
Chill Tonic. It to simply Iron and quinine In
in-law's health Is first class.”
No Cure. No Psy. Price 60c
?reasee In knowledge and power. Eth-
cal science now teaches—not so much
What Mamma Called Papa.
:hat man has conscience—as that con-
Ellstein, four years old,
»dence has man.—Rev. W. D. Simonds,
// y/z &tAMTK0TIA>e?UB got lost in Central park. 'Unable to
This Signatar» to on »vary box ot Ik» gaaula« Unitarian, Seattle, Wash.
j-ini1 wh--re’’tie livwl tl,e p“1*0®took
Laxative Bromo*Quinine t »»»«»»
her to Harlem’s court.
A Blood hound Man.
tba r»m» S y that cwrvw a «aid Im aaa day
"What's your papa’s name?” asked
A bloodhound man has been discover
wise Magistrate Hogan.
Root’, Law Studies Delayed.
ed by a German doctor; this Is an indi < / M a
Elihu Root, secretary of war, madi vidual whose sense of smell Is so keen •■hr . HZ I// /Z a / k ^/ A\
what’s your mamma call to
op hie niind when he waa 10 years old that be can recognize bis friends at a
your papa when he’s in another
to be a lawyer, but combination of distance of several feet, and when he la ■/
OJfJj THOUGH OFTtH nTATW room?”
circumstances made it impossible for blindfold. One scientific fact resulting
"Hey, come here I” the infant
pain* an»r Mllng, H».r t",,,.''"/i*'*,,on’ F,mP»*s.
him to take up the study of the law from this highly developed sense Is
aad dizain»»». L»a ,„„r ¡J,,
■llar •wdtUlm« la Iba wart«. Tftl« 1 WÍVJjfínith a«J
until he was over Hl years of age.
that all the members of a family have
tarif roa ara cattino .Ira' » „T. mi .Ì1 i ‘ TL’L’.*
The magistrate gave it up, and
•a« «ariu mm « aar bae« «aOIataalal. .Wb„r
paopla than all otK»,<iaJaaì? fV.’.T'
III «all <Áb<A¿rr« abaalatalF »f
a characteristic odor, and that each evtRTwn- CATAUOdVIS r«L
sent her to the Gerry society.
rhronla a *m. ni.
•aar raftea4a¿. G.b»rUd»f, ira
J} Jt„n ara
.«MwiNC ruu HMC ®r « a « must » anb hat *
family has Its distinctive odor.
Ir, baaaaS trial, aa par alula
.1 aatlaia4, altar a>ta« aaa Mo« ba«,
alla fon, alari taklng OASI’À itì'ra*. ■¡•‘••r whal
AVTOWH CO, BOSTON, MASI «
wlll narer gat Wall andIh» wruJn,or ?”■
A dentist says that a woman losea
F®" Put Tour bowala righi. T. i- Li **•.*. "
«Uood. U m |
I M Couch Syrup. ’
Wlth CAtCARBTC to-lia, undìr
In H« a Hold b y <ni ><gi»f«*
ber teeth sooner than a man. Trobably a. r. a. o.
M(M«u aura ar tuonar raiundaZ
she wears them out with ber tongue. ,
“I hear that you have been laid up
with nervous prostration. What waa
the matter—overwork or worry?"
“Not exactly; the fact is, I tried
to have a photograph taken that
suited my wife."
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