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The Cure that Cures
Whooping Cough, Asthma,
Bronchitis and Incipient
The German remedy"
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.. p'acc ol the ordinary hair
. .. hai.- washes, or hair grow
t If you do not find, after
, f; rr.onths' trial, that
will co all vtt claim for it send it
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will be refunded. You
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It 3 Guaranteed to Cure
Nervous Headache in five minutest
ililious Headache In five minutes I
Neuralgia in five minutes I
Dandruff and diseases of the scalp I
Prevents falling hslr and baldness I
flakes the hair long and glossy I
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SpCcilics act directly upon the disease,
without cxcitiDg diaorder iu other ports
of tho system. They Cure the Sick,
l X cenra. raicn
1 Fe , er. Congoitlnna, Inflammatlona. .'AS
i Worim. Worm Fever, Worm Colic. . .'H
4 IHailSS. of Cblldreo or Adulta 'A3
T-Cougha, Colda, Dronchltla S3
8 .ruralgla. Toothache, Face ache. 93
9- lleadache, 8lck Headache, Vertigo. . .33
10 Dy.pe Bate, Indlgeatlon, Weak Stomacb.M
1 1- eiuppreaaed or Painful Periods 33
l'J-Vhlic. Too Prof uae Perloda 'A3
13-Croup, Laryogllla, Hoaraeucat t3
1 I Kn 1 1 Hheuai. Eryilpelai. Eruption. . ,33
1 S-It lieuinciil.ni. Rheumatic Palna SS
16Malarla, Chilli, Fever and Ague 'AS
19 Catarrh, InHuenxa, Cold In the Read .33
AO-YV hooplng-Conch 33
'AT-kldney Diaeasea 33
t$j SJsftSI Debility 1.00
SO-trlnitry Weakneaa, WetUng Ded.. . .33
77 -ti rip. Hay Fever 33
Dr. Humphreys' Manual of all Dlieoaeii at you
Druggl.ti or Mailed Free.
Sold ny rtrumlau. or wnt on receipt of prtce.
Humph reya' Med. Co., Cor. William t John Btf ,
New York .
j BEARS ALL AHXIBTaV
T Tchi Wosaaa Who Hrlpa Ha.
teaaea ta He Hapar While They
How to be happy though the hostess
of a large dinner party is what a young
', wuuuin, at the rate of from three to
; Are dollars an evening, is showing a
j number of wealthy women. 'J'hisyoung
I woman, in looking around for a means
of bread-winning, decided to become a
, professional bearer of dinner party anx
! ieties. What she does is to manage din
1 ners or wedding breakfasts or large
luncheons, and, though she neither
I cooks nor waits on table, she fulfills a
j most important mission.
She stands before the hostess in all
Worry. A half hour before the meal is
: served she appears in the dining-room
and sees to it that the butler has got
the table set, and that the wines are
rising or falling to precisely the right
: temperature. Then hho dons her big
apron, and as guests file into the dining
1 room she tnkes her stand by the pan
try's dumb-wait6V to see that every dish
1 comes up exactly on time, piping hot
when it ought to be hot, chilled to the
marrow when the chill is necessary,
and, furthermore, she tastes it to see
that its flavor is exactly what it ought
to be. Having a quick wit, resourceful
mind and n knowledge of French cook
ery, she takes care that no dish passes
to the table that is not above reproach.
Where she stands In the pantry there is
heard none of the crash and grind of
dinner party machinery; no long waits
between courses elapse.
Now, this may seem a sinecure, but
grateful hostesses look upon her work
as exalted modern philanthropy, for
even if the butler is a new man, the cook
a possible traitor to her trust and the
caterer apt to play tricks with ices and
sorbets, so long as the dinner manager
is at the pantry helm notl lug can go
wrong. With all the ease, of an unfet
tered soul the hostess can give her
whole mind to her guests. If sfie is a
hostess new at the business she can
send for the manager beforehand and
have her dinner all planned for her,
every detail considered, even to the
color of the flowers and the pattern on
the tablecloth, and the very latest sur
prise in an epicurean delicacy worked
up for the envious delectation of her
guests. Hut this Is an extra. N. Y.
Some Simple Uaerclaea That llrlnaj
Grace and Are Certain to lm
prova One'a Carriage.
No woman in ordinarily good physical
I health should exercise for strength.
Hut every gymnastic Instructor of the
I best modern school will agree that if a
woman exercises for grace about the
; best results will be attained.
In the new school of physical develop
ment no npparatus or Implements what
ever are required, but the utmost usb is
! made of free gymnastics. The settlng
I up drill of the West Point cadets and
of the militia organizations is n good
; basis for such a drill, and the most Im
portant of these exercises is the old
familiar one of stooping to touch the
floor without bending the knees. This
IMPROVING HUB CARRIAGE
exercise is invaluable for straightening
the neck and developing the muscles
of the neck and shoulders and reducing
the size of tho waist nnd abdomen.
Hut u great many other exercises in
volving the stretching of the muscles
can be used in connection with these to
udvantage, as they arc less violent.
For instance, standing firmly with
the toes well turned out, put the feet
quite near together, with both arms ex
tended nearly ;it right angles with the
body, reach as fnr us possible, first to
the right and then to the left, as If en
deavoring to reach a wall at some dis
tance from the body.
Vary this motion by twisting the
lody upon the waist, so that the right
arm is reaching as far to the left as pos
sible, and in turn the left arm reaching
to the right.
Vary ngain by standing facing a wall
and touching it with the tips of the
fingers of bothhnnds. After each touch
move away about half an inch farther,
until It is with the utmost difficulty
that you enn touch the wall at all. Then
repeat several times in succession.
All these movements are invaluable
for Improving the carringe of the body
and reducing the size of the waist. AH
should be taken very slowly and in con
nection with deep, slow, even breath
ing. Chicago Daily News.
The Crelle-nne's Skirt.
According to the Wheel (London) the
police of St. Petersburg affect to re
gard the skirt of the cyclienne aa a
menace both to the safety of the wear
er nnd tho public in general, nnd huve
laid down n law that no lady cyclist
shnll ride through the streets of the
Kussinn capital unless clad in the bi
To Remove SIy Speaks.
To remove fly specks from gilt frame
moisten them with the white of an egg:
let it remain about 15 minutes and then
wipe off with a silk cloth.
FRUITS GOOD AND BAD.
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lsoo Text, taalaehl SilX ta Hl
-Sraorf Vs. le-lN.
Specially Arranged fromPeloubefsNdtes.
GOLDEN TEXT. Whatsoever a man
loweth, that shall he sl'O reap. Gal, I: 7.
COMPAHE Malachl i: 1-6, also Matthew
TIME. B. C. . 1.7. priil. ably. (St. lam
rUACE. Jerusalem and vicinity.
I. Good Men in a Had WorleWVS.
3-1 S. We saw in our last lesson
ilsannointed the .lews were that
had not received ull that had iron
promised, that the reality fell so far
short of their expectations and tjeir
ideals. The prophet showed them that
they coukl find the reason for this iot
in Uod, but in their own character qnd
actions. A change in theso wotld
quickly Iniiif,' the realization of their
hopes, .Now we have the same com
plaint more definitely expressed.
V. 13, "Your words have been stoui:"
That is hard, presumptuous, impu
dent. (See Jude 15.) "What have we
spoken so much:" Omit so much.
V. U.The prophet replies! "Ye hate
said it is vain to serve tiod:" Note their
bargaining spirit here nnd in "what
profit is it that We have kept His ordi
nance?" The services tied required for
His temple uud worship. "Walked
mournfully:" With outward signs of
sorrow and repentance for their sins, in
sackcloth and ashes, and frequent na
tional fast.-. (See Zcch. 7:3, 5; S:10.)
V. 18, "We call the proud happy:"
The word "we is emphatic, and sug
gests a reference on the part of the
speakers to V. 12. "They that work
wickedness are set up: Rather "built
tip," prosperous, successful. "They
that tempt, etc.: Rather, yea, they
tempt God, and are delivered, as It. V.
rhe persons are the same OS in the pre
ceding clause, "they that work wicked
V. 16, "They that feared the Lord:"
With reverential awe that led Dim to
trust and obey him. "Spake often:"
("often" is not in the Hebrew) "one to
another:" Thus encouraging and
strengthening one another. 1 lie l.onl
hearkened, and heard:" Compare Matt.
IS: 19. 20. "A book of remembrance was
written: "An expression ufter the
manner of men. intimating t lint tneir
tioua perfections and performances an
kept iii remembrance as punctually and
particularly us if written in a book."
Henry. "That thought upon Ills
name: which expresjes Iliselinracter,
His power, His glory.
V. 17. "And they shall lie Mine," etc.
Hather, and they shall be to Mc, said
Jehovah of Hosts, in the day that 1 am
preparing a peculiar treasure; compare
the expression "a peculiar people"
In Tit. 2:14, and in Pet. 2:9. See also
Ex. 19:5: Dent. 7:0; PsS. 135:4. Cook.
I will spare them:" Keep them from
harm. "As n man spareth his own son
that scrvcth him:" That is an obedient
ojid dutiful son.
V. IS. "Then shall we return and dis
cern: Look again, and then ye shall
see u broad distinction, nay, more, n
real contrast, between the destiny of
the righteous und the destiny of the
II. The Contrasts of the Judgment
Da v. Va, 1-3. First, the Wicked. V. 1.
For" connects this verse with a previ
ous one. "The day cotneth that shall
burn as an oven:" or furnace.
fX The Righteous, V. 2. "Shall the
Sun of righteousness arise:" Bight
eOUSneSS has here the not uncommon
sense of deliverance, salvation, blessed
ness. Cowles. "With healing:" Heal
ing from trouble and from sin, ami all
the miseries with which they are sur
rounded. "In II is wings:" His swift
rays Hying from the sun to us. This
doubtless refers to the Messiah. V. 3.
"And ye shall tread down the wicked:"
Righteousness shall be victorious over
evil. "In the day that I shall do this:"
At. the time when Messiah shall come
and shall have perfected His reipn.
III. There Shall lie Preparation for
this Judgment. Vs. 4-C.
Tirst. By the law of God which is
ever with tin in to warn and to make
righteous. V. 4. "Remember:" BO ns
to obey, "the law of Moses:" The Ten
Commandments, and all the other laws,
which were the constitution und laws
of the Jews, (even) the statutes and
Second. By forerunners, like Elijah,
who warned the wicked in season to es
cape, and prepared the way for the com
ing of the kingdom of righteousness.
V. S. "Hehold, I will send you Elijah
the prophet : " Viz., one who should be n
second Elijah. Matt. 11:14 and Mark
0:11, 12. "Before the coming of the
great anil dreadful day of the Lord:"
In the original, this is taken verbatim
from Joel 2:31. It must refer to "the
day that shall burn as an oven." (Ma
lachl 4:1). V. fi. "And He shall turn
the heart of the fathers to the child ren :"
He shall turn the hearts of the fathers,
the Israelites, to the Gentiles, the chil
dren, apostate, prodigal, outcast, but
still children. Or translate "to," with,
nnd the menning is that the office of the
Baptist should be to turn the hearts of
young nnd old alike. It is deeply sug
gestive that the last utterance from
Heaven 400 years before Messiah was
the awful word "curse." Messiah's first
word on the Mount was "blessed"
(Matt. 5:3). The law speaks wrath; the
Gospel, blessing. J., F. nnd B.
Flg-a nnd Thistles.
Friendship is its own reward.
Divine discontent alone leads toper
I'ain and pleasure nre vibrations of
the same chord.
A man's power with men often de
pends on his persistency with G6d.
There is much difference between a
man of sorrows nnd a sorrowful mnn.
He who looks up may miss the glitter
of earth, but he will catch the glory of
Death is the launching of the ship
from Its stocks of clay to Its own ele
ment, the sea of eternity. Ram's Horn.
rPT AI T- TT TTTGl f v,m soeit flyiu (lmvn t,,e
I Xi-V-L Pi XJLilC? I street. In da; 8 of sharp
emu jct ition it dors not pay you fco recover or try to ree iver your watch from a
thief when yon can purchase- one at my stow ai the same fee it would cost you
to arrest the thief. Fine watches from $2.50 lo $500- A ROOfJ watch for
$2 50. Don't let your sonwant for a watch when tliey are so cheap, and make
your wife happy for Xmas when you can buy her a 13 year tilled-case with a
good movement fully guaranteed for $10.
in Combs, Hat
and an endless variety of personal adornment. .Jewels,
of Pearl and Diamonds. Ladies' line Umbrellas and
$12, handles of sterling silver, pearl and real Ivory.
cheap. Cut glass in endless varieties.
prices from $2.f0 to $f.0) per half dozen. ,
though it could'nt obscure his genius, was a source of much sorrow
to him. It he had gone to a skilled optician like we have, in time,
I.:.. .. ,...l,l I, ..... .., ,l,.i,.,.i..,l .mil tlm tmitw-r irl.-isses
ins HUllllK iniuii nuiijii ii.ni nun unwiw .
fitted U them to maintain and strengthen the sight. Proper care of the eyes is a duty that, if neg
lected, will neooll on you with the irrejwrable loss of your sight, (lo to VanNatta and he will save
yyu many days of sorrow.
FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
I have secured the services of an expert Watchmaker and Engraver from
Philadelphia, a man of twenty years' practical experience, and rated among the
finest workmen in this country. ..
ALL WORK POSITIVELY GUARANTEED TO BE OF THE
HIGHEST ORDER AND AT REASONABLE PRICES FOR GOOD
All new goods bought at this establishment engraved in the most artistic
manner FREE OF CHARGE.
Free Trip to Lewistown.
All persons purchasing goods at my. store, according
scale, I will refund money Jor'retmtbke : .jSJgP1 fSgH
am. A diie. a j - 1 - CM xl Mnninra SIO AVvwt thiols ft. rinlflpn. nrt.
portunitu and should
and all an opportunity
ana cm an ovporriimzy
monds and silverware
Is and silverware
Jeweler and Optician,
Our suburb stock of Holiday Jewelry for
your consideration, we invite on inspection whether
you buy or not. Our store is large enough to hold
those that come to look, as well as those that come to
the right place to get values tor their dollars. We
are glad to see those who have been our customers
for years, and also those who are starting on the
right path by making their first purchase here. The
qnalit), beauty of design, and workmanship, and
moderate prices make this
AN IDEAL SHOPPING PLACE.
A Designing Rogue
Who might have any designs on our superb stock of solid silver
siHions and forks, teaspoons ami tablespoons, would have the only
new design that we Have iiot
secured. Our stock of hand
some silver table ware in lish
knives, dessert, coffee, tea and
bouillon spoons, soup ladles,
dinner sapper and fruit knives,
with pearl, ivory or silver han
dles and anything needed for
table use will be found here at
be taken advantage of. We
to see the mammoth stock
we have in stoctc jorjimas. i
rich and rare. Sunburst
Sun Shades from $2.50 to
They are beauties and
do this in order lo give one
of WaUhes, Uoccs. ina-
m urrcn uuuu . , .