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FIFTY YIAR8 AQO.
Faith* C m light liy a Dog.
THÉ OLD YEAR AND THE NEW
vtolia. “Ah. I hav, «igtiel to rvet me.
deep la a silent grave,“ gvutly (rvuiblvd
A i» iiiink il»h‘ «'itphihi of mi «uigl«'
Last olgbt th«y had a Chrtstmu tre« 4ewa th, melody, wbll, lu a uiiuor key th« ob
Th« Old Y«ar i'**« away; her ryes ar« by a «*« g near Ronin ns la r«*|M>r(vd
uew church; and
Means loss of vitality, vigor A lot at of th« thing«
««f vu« who hop«'« or fvsrs no lierg.
they did. «ouu«hvw, I ligato «eut forth Its *alL Wvudvrfully
•ad fio««d th« music from th« old vlolla.
Th«» <l«ig belong«»«! tu a fariimr mtinr«l
Snow 1« upon lier hair; gray Míala batt
or tone, and is often a pre A lot of thing« new-fangled that w« «ever
Thru, as th« cathsjral cblmw rang out
Angi'lln Ib'M'ombt's, at th«* vlllag«* of
u«ed to know
A form th« vestur« of tba apriu< which Ciiatuaiiiitlea The eagle awooped «t«»\vn
back amoug tho«« Christmas time« of
cursor of prostrating sick 'Way fifty
born, ths "Gloria lu Eieslsis I Wo" rushsd
Tb« n«w buds quick«» uvw beneath Ilia on th«* dog hi «'arry It off, but tliv uni
forth In ou, msguitk'vut «outburst from
This » why it is
You can hardly find u home
Th« preacher nd« to ■•«<!■' In a n«w ths striucs of tl.v Coltu Ths old baud
mill, «in feeling tbv tilnl’a dawn In Ills
But uo< for bsr -* th« Old Year go««
strain wagon which
The best* thing
without its Ayer’a Cherry
buck, turiunl «htirply an«l bit tbeeaal«**»
Made au. b a racket that It nigh scared was firm and suppls uow; Inspiration
you can do is to take the
Dobbin in th« ditch;
claws. Tlif binl r«»ll«*«l over on tin*
Pectoral. Parents know what
shous from the aged face.
»ntres In; __ a . happy child,
The sermon fairly reeked with words no
"Glory to God on high”—ths touss 1
it docs for children: breaks
greaL alterative and tonic
W ho looks for flow am to dll her out gr«Hin«l. uml th}» «log
body e'er heard flow
•swrnsd to soar beyond ths sad old world
al retched band.
l»onnved on It. an«l livid It down untl<
From govd old Brother Dan'l Wigglu*,
And knows uot fear, although th« winds
—upward, upward until It arsmsd to
tbe arrival of bls master, who cap
touch ths star atuddrd dome aud bsyoud
Hoou shall th« blrda b« singing In th« turvd tbv l»lr«| alive.
The organ w-*« most wonderful; but then It
to the th roue mtwt high.
seen>«*d tv in«
Which has cured thousands.
I rom wing point to wing point tin
Un th« young leave« th« patter of «oft
“I'raco on earth"—ths ben ««diet ion
It didn't sound «• rav rent a« It «omehow
eagle meaanrrtl four Cert nine Inch«*«
ought to be;
asetued to strike Into every soul. Th«
And violet« op«' th« New Year comes —»London Kkprvua,
But when they *ang “Joy to th« World." —
battle for earthly galu—ths selfish pa.
Cornmeal 1« Heat Inf.
ah. thru 1 felt the glow
up a cold In a single night,
Corn meal prepared In any one of a That thrilled my «oui those Christmas time« skme. the heartaches and sins—all. all
this mortal lift; uow young, now
off bronchitis, prevents
half doien palatable and digestible
con.iinipiuui. Try it. I'riea'.*■> eaula,
pneumonia. Physicians ad
A spring which never dreams of frost and and
ways has been demonstrated to t»e And through that r<*od old anthem 1 «eemed Fainter aud fainter trembled tbe last
taken back once mor«
vise parents to keep lion hand.
richer In heat unit« than aliuoat any To w here
and autumn then
the tale 1« told;
my aoul could •«« acrott, clear to
The snowy old head rested against the
” Th« !•*•» Cough m*<llcliiis tnonay e«n buv
In wintry dsya we
other food that cornea to the ordinary
the gUJeu shore
la 4v«’r‘a < harry r»«*toi«1
lh* t'«u«»ha «ff
God grant « wAkeuIng on »unis happier
and sang. “The l>ord la Com«! I-ot loved Amati. The face was as white as
«'hll«ir»u Ut>«lilii|i otttihl ]•<»«• I!>lv »>• I>«ll«t ”
“Y«‘s.” wild \lr Siortiiliigtun Unni«.
table. In a bulletin Imiutd by tbe I joined
tbe Christmas suow without—but the lljw
Earth Receive Her Klug!
JAc«»ti M mi i l . Naralof«. Ititl.
*‘w<» «lid well In tin* \Vt*»t. At n one
Michigan Agricultural College the fuel Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room, and smiled. Peace on earth peace. l‘e«<‘e to
tv., mm .fli
j <*. « vm m.
Heaveu and Nature fllug’“
the soul that «lumber».—New York H tr
night »I mih I In Arlgunn we plnyetl tu n
value of corn meal acarvely can find
yio.issi I i «» iim ' ”
apace on a page of the pamphlet for Ita Ah. ’twas a «eng to swell the heart! Th« aid.
organ thundered loud
“Hay. whnt aro you giving in«*?”
expression In a long black line that haa
Aud carried grandly heaveuward the voices
MUSIC OF THE YULETIDE.
«lucri«»I Mr. Walker Th*'«
to double back upon itself twice in
of the crowd;
“Ends,” niiMW«»r«'d the g rea I footanrt*
order to «how the &.000 calories that My «ouI looked out beyond th« earth and
•aw the fleam and glow
Ayer’s Pills greatly aid the Cherry
Beat Talents of Compeeere Devoted to
lrng«*«llnn. “Tin» one num wliu «'«»in
are in five pounds of the substance.
Aero«« the walk at jasper where th« living
Portomi In breaking up • cold.
prlav«l th«* midh'iH«» was said lu be
Eggs, sirloin steak, beef ribs, milk,
ORF. than any other
cheese, and even the vaunted bean take And ovw all I heard a rede« rtsa high, and
H ER be, now, wv ar« all ready for
ever higbrr -
place far back from the aide of corn
has its own distinc
Chrtotmaa,” «aid Mr«. Hlkkerby, aa
A gtrl’a aw^et vole« angelic floatlug down
— oini'si hoi xp in Nokiiiwi af ■■■■■
meal In nutritive value when the coat
aha chuibetl «tlffly down (roiu th«
ward fnxu th« choir;
I rtfgr Htil • - H>|>l> ta> •«<>< h uf Fit« A|p»r*oi«. II< m «
I»Vparliti*'til M u | i |»|. m t>«r g>»*4a ai« hi UW I«
chair on which ah«* hail b«*en «landing to
la considered. A table from thia dem Its mvlotly »«tft tangled 1 In my tender
i %«*tt » r* tH I'atnair-nl.
tkx k the chan«l«li**r with holly. “Row
have devoted their
onstration is particularly interesting, Thera came to me a vUion from that Christ
Ill AV Y vor I W
O J«HN|«. ttl'U-
RurpriatHi Joaiab will bo when h« c«>ni«*«
best taleuts to the
AKI I* I IMI! I \ IINtll IHIII W*
based upon the expenditure of 10 cents
mas long ago.
h ! ti< *•> ar«> lbw
at the market prices of the commodi Ah. they were blu« as summer aktea -
''luiida <1 I *llug iloltrira < « muiiuhi •
ing «o Ilk« holiday tiui«'«. I dwlarv, I
hyiuus. odes, rsuta-
with Ht wird Mnl". *** "««'h A L. I 0fl<i. htuhM. 0»
ties. This 10 cents value, with vorn
thuae teudvr ere« I knew;
have a <» hm I mind to mnk« a Hr«* iu th«
tas and orat wrioa
And ever from their depth« I aaw loves
meal at the top. is as follows:
bright aun shining through
Mis. HemietU A. 8. Marsh, 7t»9 W. »luvv just to pl«>a«v him. ho kept ««king
I ov.-’a aun that «hone for m« alone straight
Christina« spirit. In ‘ I Rih Nt . Los Angeles, CaLt President (or it «u long “thougli, coiu«» to think of
ont of paradise
it. he haan’t mentioned it lately, though
Euglaud the Christ
Coro meal ....................
The paradise that lay within my
Woman’s Benevolent Aes’n, write«:
Entire wheat flour ....
I alwaya told him It only made a <llrt
inas carol hi«» long |
suffered with la grippe for seven for me to clean up and the furnace heat
High grade patent flour
held the first place,
weeks. anJ nothing I vould do or take ed the whole place anyhow
And aa the sweet voiced «Infer sang. agrain
IL* »aid hla
Some of the old can»!« date back as far helped me until I tried Peruna.
there cam« to me
mother u»«*sl to have a nice lire In th«
A vision of the old log church, the lini« as the twelfth caatury. Like much else
“I felt at once that I had at last ae- h I uv « when they came in evening». Of
that is artistic, they appear to have had
Ablaae with tiny lights; I heard a voice I
their origin in France. One of the m<*t ?ured the tight medicine and I kept Course, »he did; hi» mother never »aw a
Mother* will flint Mr*. Winslow*« Ho. thing
used to know
Within three furnace in her life, »nd wouldn’t hav«* Hyrup
the Iwt remedy t<>u»o for their children
And love In those old Christmas time« of ancient of tht'se carols is the Pro« de »taadily improving.
fifty years ago
the teething period.
1‘Ane. and it was sung as part of a
He«*f rib ...
I felt her hand upon my arm; I beard the alar festival calle«! the “Fete de I’Ane.”
iu w hich ceremonial a richly caparisouvd •dy a trial. 1 will never be without to admire the rvwult of her labors “Yro,
sleigh l»ells ring:
Sho sui woallli.v «mi »‘«»nv<Mpivntly a
I guv»« I will light » fire in that »tow.
And through my mind the echoes ran. “Let ass. bearing on its back a young maid»*n it again."
Doing Great Work.
Hea*en and Nature Slug!“
In a letter dated August 31, DM)4, Mrs. an) how, it will aerve a» a text for tuor« target L»r inibii fluìtory.
again the cedar» bend beneath the with a child in her arms, was l«^d through
Floriaant, Mo.. Dec. 19.—(Special) ’ I saw chast
**1« lt a ahi.** alio A«k<*<l ber «| ip I ritual
the cities of Beauvais and Kens. In com Marth say»: "I have never y»t heard remark« about th« cold and a few mor«
hint» aa to how* 1 do need a new »et <>f ad vi »or, “tu tabe pica auro in Im vlng
—That Dood’a Kidney Pills aie doing Again I felt my sweetheart's kiss of fifty memoration of the flight into Egypt.
fur« thia Christmas. Joaiuh i» a good
a great work in curing the more terri
Both in Germany and in England the still use it. I traveled through
Ken- man. but he la aa cl«»ae when It ecinm to p<*<>plo cali un* beautiful Y*
ble forme of Kidney Diet see, such aa Sing on for aye. O triumph song! My spirit custom prevails among young choristers
“Of eouro«» lt 1«. mjr rhlhl.” n'plhhl
tucky and Tennessee three year« • go, a question of money aa a potato 1» to it«
of going through the streets in bands
Bright's Disease, Dropsy and Diabete«,
thè u < hh I ohi parsoti. “lt la al way a
And -foin« an anthem slid!vine, a «o ng of early on Christmas morning and singing '«here I found Peruna doing its good »kin.”
But it must also
Kh« wa« buttling about a» »hr talked, wlckod to en<n»uragi* falseiiotHl.”
work. Much of it is being used here
be netted that they are doing a etilL I’ve cast «way the thrall« of age, flung off Christmas hymns and carols for alms l*e-
making her preparation» to light a fire
yoke of time.
tore tbe horn»«*» of the rich. A familiar also."—-Henrietta A. 8. Marsh.
greater work in wiping cast theourande Th« mistletoe
and belly boughs above u« picture is that of Martin Luther, when a
Addre«« I>r. Hartman, President of in th« brilllautly polished «tova. “There,
of cases of the earlier stages of Kidney
wreath« and climb.
I decline,** »he cried, a» »he open«*«l th«'
boy, singing in the streets at Christmas ' r’ ' Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Disease. Take for instance Mrs. Peter
dodr. “If J«»«lah hasn’t got this atov«
dawn. Several of the most familiar Ger 0hi>.
ali filled up with paper« aud tranh. after
Barteau, of this place. She says:
The song wa« done. The lights were out.
man Christmas hymn« wen* harmoniutl
The echoes all were still—
all my talking; It doe« «eetn a« If you
**I have been subject to pains in try
Th« blue eye« once mor« sleeping on the
can’t teach a man to be careful about a
back and knees for aboct three years,
Htudenta Broke Thera Cp.
Praetorins to melodies comp«*e«l about
h<-use any mor« than you can teach a hen
but since I have been taking ikidd'a And I am old—ah. very old! and yet my the middle of the sixteenth by Luther.
There are very few things that ee-
to play checker«! Never mind. I II juat
Kidney Pills I have been entirely Haro caught a gleam prophetic from the One of the greatest masters of German cape tbe notice of college students
lay mjr kindling« on top of th« trash and
music. Johann Sebastian Bach. wh«*n a j when they appear eti masse. This was
gates of paradise.
not «cold—Christina« 1« not th« time fut
Others here tel) similar stories. In "Joy to the Worldf 1 quaver o’er the pupil at the choir and rrammar sch*M)l of demonstrated nt an uptown theater the •voiding, anyhow—though when you’ve
St. Michael’s, in Luneberg. walked the
fact, in thia part of Missouri there are
haunting old refrain
other evening when a stirring melo got to liv« with a man It’s beat to tax«
scores of people who have cured the And smile on through the lonely tears that streets early Christmas morning singing drama was being enacted, nays tbe every opportunity to teach hitu what*b
fall like summer ralu;
early symptoms of Kidney Disease with For every year that bows my head bat
England, with his fellow choristers, be Philadelphia Record. A group of ten
nearer brings. 1 know.
A» the fire began to crackle cheerfully,
Itodd’s Kidney Pills.
The nse Of the
My love of those old Christmas times of tween whom and those of another school ¡ students occupied tbe front row of the «he left it and went over to the old-
Great American Kidney Remedy thus
fifty years ago.
the musical rivalry was so intense that ' balcony. Just below them sat a party fashioned cupboard In the corner, reached
saved not only the live« of Kidney Dis —Lowell Otua Reese, tn Leslie's Weekly.
A lliy Coutil). MI.-■ tiri, man bel
the authorities were oblig«Hj to map out i of young women.
It wan when tbe carefully tu the top nhelf and took down
ease victims, but thousands of other
separate routes for them in order to pre beautiful heroine was about to be a bundle.
flint he could twist thè tuli <>f a dilli
Americans from years of sufferings.
vent their meeting and coming to blows. * i thrust out on the mercy of a pitiless
“I’ll juat take a last p«*ep at Josiah'» colvn-d mule and c«< j | m - Utowathed. Iti
Of modern Christmas compositions the ¡
P. N. U.
world that tragedy was turued Into present,” ahe aaid. “I tell you. there rvply to a telcgrani from thè curouer
most widely known undoubtedly is the
comedy. True to feminine emotional wan a lot of work in the knitting of that bla tatlier, In tbe Essi, wìrod: "Bnry
II». N writing to ad verilear« |»I
Cautique de Noel (Christmas song) by
nfghan, and if he doesn’t give me th*»«« thè ——— foul wlivrv he III.“- Denver
A somewhat elderly gentleman, with
tnanilo« Ihl« panar.
Adolph Adam. Adam is a French com- nature, tbe feelings of the group of fur» he’ll feel a good deal a «ha inn! every
• merry twinkle In his eye. went Into
poeer. The Cautique is as famoiia uut- women aforesaid were so wrought up time he put» It over hi» knee« in the
■ hairdresser's the other day to have
side of France aa within ita border». It that tears began to flow. There was a huggy thin winter—and the fur» ar« not
bia hair cut.
E was old and feeble and poor—just is most widely used at the midnight a* r- hasty struggle for handkerchiefs, a
in the hoti«e, I know that, for I’ve l»een
“Excuse me. sir," said the hairdress
vices and is the subject of a famous cere deep dive Into pockets and bags and over every square inch of it In hope»
haa Used too long. Slowly he wend- monial at the Paris Oi»era !!<»«••. O» 1 then a pause
er, as he began operatlona. “but your
only one nr me UTT tn nnd awn ninnerr ’«m a«> tn «where.
■B his way down thwWmwded street un the stroke of midnight every I»ec. 24
hair 13 very coarse.”
Hhe had unfolded a wonderful combina
til he reached that sign which marks the the performance of the opera, at what girls had had the foresight to provide tion of color» in wool which would have
“Of course,” ejaculated the gentle
border line of hope and despair for so ever point it may be in the representa herself with a handkerchief.
made Joseph’s coat a somber garment by
With a nyuiiiathetic glance of com
many human hearts—ths three balls. tion. immediately ia interrupted, the bari
comparison, and looked at It w-Rh greet
The hairdresser looked rsther pnx- Poverty shone from his threadbare coat
tone steps to the footlights and. while prehension she wiped the tears from admiration. Then «he carefully replaced
sled. and said: “I mean lt won’t lie and worn shoes, it trembled in his old
the audience reverently stand or kneel, her own eyes and then passed tbe bit It. ”1 don’t know a« It'« ju«t nrceaanry
hand, it quivered in his thin lips and intones the words of the carol.
of linen along. One by one the weep to keep It away up there—he wouldn't
“N'o; you see lt can't lie straight, or looked from his great, thoughtful, hungry
ing maidens <lat>t>ed their eyes with the nee it If It wan right under hi« none.
even tell the truth, because lt can't eyes.
FEEDING THE BIRDS.
handkerchief and then It was smug Hear me, I certainly small something
Proud blond flushed the pallid feature«
talk.” smiled the gentleman.
back to tbe owner and tbe game burning. I wonder if It can be my cake
The hairdresser, who began to sus of the old man as he approached the A Happy Christmas Custom Among
In th« oven. 1 had a I mon t forgotten it,
11«- num ion 11..XIU1I5» limitili lia« iMiriir the » I u na
handkerchief was ln>gun
with all these other things on my mind.”
ture <>t < ha». II. i'lrU'hvr, unii Ima berti umile under lila
pect that be was being played with, broker. More years than man has yet
again. Tbe students saw all thia, and
lived seemed weighing upon the bowed
IM Toonal »iipcriialoii lor over .'IO year*. Allow no onn
“There cotnea Josiah now!” ahe cried
Christmas is celebrated in Sweden to
felt mad, and said, abruptly: “Bear's
head, and not only the deep set, hungry an extent unknown in oar country, and one of them took a handkerchief from ten minutes later, an «he heard the door
to ilcciivc you in dii«, ('oiiiitrrfi-il,, I in 11111 loti, unit
eyes, but every feature of that patrician
his pocket to wl[>e away Imaginary of the sitting room open. “I'll stay out
•• .lii'U-n-.-iroo.l'• arc hut Experiment», nuil emhiiiirer tho
“Ob. year exclaimed the gentleman; old face expressed the humility of de the celebrotiou is not over until Jan. 13,
neulth ot Children—Exprricnco nifninat E*|»erliiirut.
tears and passed lt along tbe line. laiud here and nee what he does. Well, surely
“it bears grease, or oil, or fat of any spair. He was facing the hardest trial or “twentiech day Yule.” A very pretty
"sobs” drew attention to them. In a he must be pleased with the decorations
description; in fact. I should say it that comes to the children of men—the feature of the festivities is thus describ
ed by a writer who has visited that moment tbe house was convulsed with and the fire in the stove. It sounds an
would bear anything, or It wouldn’t .self-confession of failure.
country: One wintry afternoon, at Jul- laughter, and It was only after mana if h« was doing s jig all «»ver the room—
CilMorhl ia u luirtnle.« mii I i M Unte for ( a.tor Oil, Pare
bavs borne your remarks about it”
There, on the pawnbroker’s ledger,
tide (as the season is called*. I had been gerial Interference that the by play and him a professing Christian, too!”
goric, I»ropa mid Soothlnu- Nyrtipa.
It la PlrwMint. It
which, like tbe roll of the recording an
«katlng on a pretty lake three miles was stopped and the six maidens with
contain* neither Opium, *lorphinn nor oilier Ñnrcotio
gel. marks the downfall of many a aoul
ting room dour and stood transfixed on
New Pave for Roller Skates.
from Gotbenberg. On my way home I
Hiib.tmicc, ItHiiL-ei, ita guuntiitrie. It «lestroya Worniv
' Little Johnny—Say. pa, will you buy and suffering enough to redeem it, was noticed that at every farmer’s house tbe one handkerchief were spared fur the threshold. “Why, Josiah Slickerby,
nml allay* FeverhlincHS. It cure-» Dlarrliwn ami Wlml
writ the name of this oid man, and over
there was erected, in the middle of the
me a pair of roller skates?
<It relict ch Teetlilnir Trouble., cure* Const Ipiation
on the shelf in a rough case lay his
ed. “You are aa black a» a sweep and
nml I Intulcm-y. It u**nlml1iitcH the I' ihx I, rcgiiliatea tlm
Pa—What in the name of common Amati—the child of hie old heart, the yard, a pole, to the top of which was
your beard in all singed, and what ia that
Stoma, h mid Itowela, k HI iiit healthy mul nmurul sleep.
sense do you want with a pair of roller mistress of his soul. Yes, ne had failed,
awful omell in here, and w what is that
is this?” I a»ked my comrade.
••Did you ever attend a cooking
Tlie Children'H Pmtaceu The .Mother'« Fricml.
and in the ever active, exacting drama
you ha vs in your hand?”
that’s for tbe birds, the little wild birds. school?” asked the Chicago girl.
“It’s your new set of fur«, that’s what
Little Johnny—Why. pa, I want to of the world there was no part for him
They must have a merry Christmas, too,
”No.” replied her Boston cousin, “but it is.” retorted J»»«iah. grimly, “a g*MH|
use them for mowing the lawn in sum to play.
you know.” And so it is; not a peasant
“I haven’t any money.” admitted the in Sweden will sit d*»wn to a Christmas I graduated from a college of gastron net of furs that coat a lot of money, too,
mer and shoveling snow in winter.
and looking like a cat that had been
What else could I use them for, pa — old man. “But it’s Christmas eve, and dinner within door« until be has first rais omy.
Bears the Signature of
sitting on a can of firecrackers when
if you will allow me to ait here and lend ed aloft a Christmas dinner for the birds
they went off!”
me my old violin 1 will play you a Christ
in the cold and snow without.—I*kts-
“But how on earth muld ■— ”
mas carol—a rhapsody.”
“I had hid ’em in the «tore, that’s
There was a pleading in the old voice
how! you said you’d never rnnae another
that would have oi>ened a harder heart
A Good Riddance.
fir* In It now we’ve got a furnace, and I
than the keeper of the shop beneath the
When the New Year In at the front
hid ’em In It, bo ’ s 1 could surprise you
three golden balls.
Ths night had grown old. and it lacked And out at the bark door tbe
“Well, goodness knokra you have sur
< r» « ps
less than an hour of the day which was
I hope be will carry away nn bls
to bring peace to the world. The old A load aa big an a pedd.er's park;
“Yes, and when I came Into thin room
musician shivered; it was the cold of the And we’ll stow away In bia baggsse
It was all full of smoke, and flam**» were
world without and the chill of a heart Home thing« that we never «ball
bursting out of the stove door, It was so
within that quivered from hit very soul. We will
put In the pnrkery little pout
Columbns, Ohio, May 19, laoj.
full, and if I hadn’t kept my presence
The touch of s loved one brings to life That drives all th»* merrj*
Some four years ago I was suffering again all the glory of our dead selves. And tbe
of mind and hunted out that old thing
, b »* ow Is
up and d<»wn
from impure blood and a general run Y’outh to old age—strength to weakness Fold nice
smother the flame* with, the whole
right Into a
down condition of the system. I had no
place might have been burned!”
And the little quarrels that »poll the plays,
appetite, was losing flesh, and had an all-
he held up the afghnn, which was a/ nree-
tbe little grumbles on rainy days.
gone tired feeling that made me misera bition. love, lauahter—all lt awaken*. And
ly in better condition than the furs!
And the bent ’ p plus, and the teasing jo^es
ble. I began the use of S . S. S., and Gently tha aacred pria» ... lift«!—rar That never seem funny to other folks;
after taking aer.uor eight Lottlea my skin erently ità keya and atriuga ware touch- And the atones that are tossed be aure of
What Willie Want«,
was cleared of all eruptions and took on a ed, as tha old violinlat drewr __
redbreaat and pusay rat.
luvly Mister Manta Claws,
ruddy, healthy glow that assured me that that wna so perfectly wedded to his mas At robin
we II throw hi tbe bag some cross lit
Plea«« won't you bring to me
my blood had been restored to ita nor ter hand. The look in the deep set eyes And tle "don'ts,"
A savin* bank with money In -
mal, healthy condition. My appetite was was less hungry now and the hand was And most of tbe “can ts'' and all of the
The kind wot has a key;
An’ nen I want a trumpet, too—
restored, as I could eat anything put be steady again. The hoary old head was
grumpy words that should not be
Th' kind wot you kin blow;
W rite for Catalogue and Prices
fore me, and as I regained my appetite no longer bowed In grief and shame, but And the
Yea. an’ a pair uv rubber boots
Many women are denied the
I increased in weight, and that “tired feel drooped to touch the bosom of his love.
When mamma rail«, “It Is time for bed.”
To wade out in th’ »now;
Out on the night air floated tbe joyous If we get all the««* In the Old Year's pack, happiness of children through
ing” which worried me so much disap.
An* nen I want a train uv rars;
A kit« wot flies with wings,
peared, and I was once again my old self. notes of the “Hosanna, Hosanna to the And shut ft so tight that they ran t come
want ■ ark with Noey In,
derangement o! the generative
I heartily recommend S. S. S. as tlie Highest.” Ixmdly they rang—and then To-morrow morning we'll surely see
annvoilles an’ thluga,
best blood purifier and tonic made, and the echo, soft and silvery, quivered a mo A Happy New Year f» r you and rne.
A jumpin' jack Inside a box,
strongly advise its use to all thossfn need ment. It was the pulse of the soul ..irob
— Youth’s Compaufon.
An' a nice rubl>er snake,
women to use Lydia E. Pink* I want th’ rubber snake to keep
of such medicine.
Vicro« S tubbikj . bing in one magnificent blending of har
Our hired gurl awake
mony. All the hunger and want and
Cor. Barthman and Washington Area.
ham’s Vegetable Compound.
I want a airgun wot will «boot;
mortifying failure were forgotten, and
“Bessie, have you written your letter
A pair uv skates an' sled;
Wheeling, W, V.. May »8, 1903.
the soul, young and strong in its glory,
Oh. yea, an' a blue solgvr rap
” D xar M rs . P imkiiai «: —I suffered
My system was rundown and my joints soared out in the tones of the Christmas to Santa Claus?”
wear upon n»y head,
“Yes, ma; but don’t you go an* *iv« with atoma<'h complaint for years. I
I want 1st Iota uv or an ana,
ached and pained meconaiderably. I had anthem.
got so bad that I could not carry my
wun l>lg popcorn bail;
used S. S. S before and knew what it
children but five mouths, then would
( want a lot ov randy, too,
Then for a moment came the shadow
was, so I purchased a bottle of it and have
I guess that la all!
taken several bottles and the aches and of the present. The face became white Ring Out the Old, Ring In the New. became pregnant, rnv husband pot me
pains ore gone, my blood haa been cleas- again and tbe old hungry light shone
to take Lydia I). I'lnk B ihii ' m Vego-
—Ohio Mtate Journal.
ed and mv general health built up. I can from the eyes anew. Ah, how could he
testify to it as a blood purifier and tonic. ever have parted with this companion of
first bottle I was relieved of the Kick-
his aoul tried hours? Food purchased
A Christina« I-ove Story,
«533 Market St.
Joan C. S tbim .
ness of stomach, and beran to feel bet
at this price would choke him now, but
The prettiaat Christmas tale of all la
ter in every way. I continued its use
If you have any hunger is a persistent foe. It will wring
and was enabled to carry my baby to that of the blessed HeniMiin Joseph, the
symptoms of dis from the heart almost any loved object.
maturity. I now have a nice baby Utile clockinaker of Germany. Ile was
You who know luxnry or comfort, who
girl, and can work better than I ever a very poor lad, who loved to go to
write ua and our have never felt poverty’s heaviest curse
could before. I am liken new woman." church better than anything elee In the
physicians will -rteal, desperate, despairing, aching hun
— M rs . F rank B byer , 22 S. Second St, world. One Christinas eve he entered
advise you free.
ger—may not see this truth, but there
Meriden, Conn. — f'.ooo forft't If »rlqlnal at the cathedral with • little gift for the
Our book on is nothing under God’s heaven that twists
htttr proving gonumtnou cannot ba propuetd. Christ Child, It was nil he hnd—a rosy
blood and akin the heart into distorted shapes, destroys
apple which aomeone hnd given him. He
MEDICAL ADVICE TO nent up to the image of Mary an<l the
diseases sent free.
Child, and held out the apple to the lit
Tb* Swift Spoclfio Csmpany, Atlanta, Ga.
any other conditions like hunger.
Don’t hesHnto to write to Mrs. tle one, placing It at lait in the chubby
fire strikes Into the heart and brain, and
Pinkham. She will understand hand. Instantly the little marble fingi-ra
breaks a spirit which could fact any oth
your case perfectly, and will treat closed upon the apple and the child
er ideal, and so the violin had lain silent
iou with kindness. Her advice smiled with pleasure upon the |ew»r boy's
for many days.
Pat—Whoy is th* owld year loike a
I free, and the address is Lvnn. gift. Which goes to show that the trib
Again the bow was drawn, though age whet towel, Nora, darllut?
Maas. No woman ever regretted ute of the wise men la not the only ac
had crept up to palsy th« feeble limbs
Aak Vour (trocar
bavlnr written tier, and she iiM ceptable offering to Christmas love. Ab
Softly the “Miserere’! moaned from the
Pat—Becase they always ring It out
li : IH carried by local (rocera, will. Wadhama & Co., who will advlae where ublalnaiile
ile Farwell Brown In Lippincott's.
¿¿¿—aBW for a^^^aX^
A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE
What is CASTORIA
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
RUSSELL “'X rs
^ iils High Grade
JP"^ ehrss Machinery
The A. H. AverillMachinery Co. P8W