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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - January 6, 1909, Abbeville, South Carolina The pulpit. A scholarly sunday Sermon by the Rev or. C. W. M Cormick. J theme prayer. Brooklyn n. A Large audience gathered in the Nostrand Avenue m. E. Church sunday morning to hear t the first Sermon by the new pastor the Rev. Or. Charles w. Mccormick. I he was greeted by hundreds of the people at the close of the service Chis morning subject was the ground and scope of Christian the text was from Epes t lans 1 16-17, wherefore i also cease t not to give thanks for you making 1 mention of you in my or. Mccormick said Saint Paul was a Man of prayer i he believed in prayer. He was fully j persuaded that Between himself a i persecuted and imprisoned apostle i and needy saints everywhere there t was a vital and effective relationship i by Way of the throne of Grace. To 1 him the question does god answer prayer had no existence. Had he a lived in our Day he would have had 1 Little in common with those who find g " he chief value of prayer in the self i inspiration and self culture which in e doubted by Are among its Good results. 1 / the nearest he Ever came to speaking i of the reflex influence of prayer was i in his letter to the philippians where he says be careful for nothing 1 but in everything by prayer Supplice t Tion with thanksgiving let your re a quests be made known unto god. I and the peace of god which Passtn \ Al understanding shall guard your f hearts and your thoughts in Christ i Here the result of prayer is subjective. It is the peace of a soul t that has joyfully confided everything to the care of god the father. But it is not the Mere Relief from anxiety which follows the shifting of one s 1 burdens to the Back of another. It is the peace of god god s peace the f kind and measure of peace which god has and which he imparts to his c children who Trust in him of which f Jesus said my peace i give unto 4 r the ground of Paul s Confidence in j prayer is his Conception of god and of i his own relation to god As a chosen s ambassador. Back of All his theology a and ethical teaching lies his own per e Sonal experience. God had touched his life and spoken directly to him. T this experience was at once his Point c of Outlook and his unfailing ground t of for t her Naple and for the % i 4v v a. A. Church. 1 his Conception of god was that 3 god is both transcendent and in s moment above the world and in the world not the logical concept of pc philosophy nor the unknowable Force b of science. He was a personal god whose eternal Power and godhead Are a displayed in the works of his Crea v Tion who gave Law to sinful men i who upholds All things by the word d of his Power who seeks to redeem the world in Christ who works in the p saints by his spirit to will and to do f of his own Good pleasure and who i has promised in Christ the Complete restoration of All his children. G chiefly however his View of god v was from the standpoint of Christ As redeemer. Here he saw the mystery f hidden through the Ages which the c Angels desired to look into revealed in Yarisi me Uriu Iulg i. Usu b to redeem a lost world % from sin. This purpose is not new t antedate and is involved in Crea a Lien. It is As Strong and changeless y As the nature of god himself. Such was Paul s thought of god. And his Conception of his own re � lation to god and of his Mission a 1 ords with this thought. He was Sim e ply god s Man or As he loved to say r god s Bond servant the least of All c the saints but called of god to de p Clare the mystery of redemption to a perishing world. Necessity was Laid j1 upon him the love of god con strained him he was debtor to All c men because of the great Grace Given a unto him he was part of god s plan implicated from the very beginning v in the eternal purpose. As such he could do nothing but obey and Trust e As becomes a co worker with god. N it is not strange therefore that j with such ideas of god and himself b. Tie should believe in prayer. It is in c conceivable that he should not. Prayer in such a Case is simply the ? confidential request of a weaker part Ner in a work dear to both partners. The answer is assured. Besides god had already Given his son what needful thing could he withhold 1 whoever prays with Paul will have t no narrow or exclusive views of t prayer. Listen to some of the petitions he offers. He prays that he May be prospered by the will of god to come to the romans for the v. Ephesians that they May have the d spirit of Wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of god being strengthened with Power through the spirit � and having Christ constantly dwelling in their hearts that they May perfectly know god s surpassing love. By he asks god to give the philippians h r the spirit of Wisdom and discernment and discrimination that they May be sincere and void of offence filled with All the fruits of righteousness. In like manner he prays that the colossians May be filled with the knowledge of god s will in All spiritual wis t Dom and understanding walk Worth Eily Bear fruit increasing in knowl h Edge and Power. Finally he prays Al that god May count the Thessalon i ians worthy of their High calling and f fill every desire growing out of Good t Ness and every work of Faith full of c his Power. I in All of Paul s prayers we miss a v familiar note. He seems to dire v Gard the Ordinary needs of life. Yet o he did not really do so. He simply h subordinated them and assumed that b or a Tif vim v. Try. Vav vex wuu1u � in Uulu u u111 Al 1 to Villi a Dren no Good thing. With him god s q work was everything. Surely if he did that work faithfully god would Supply All his needs. Hence he prayed for what he thought was of highest importance. As to the rest he was in god s care. 0 the great petitions of Paul s Pray a ers Are three for a satisfying knowl ? Edge of god a worthy life and a mordant Power. These Are Man s great needs. Our text to Day deals chiefly with the first. J Man prep Tinl of a cat. D is Ying knowledge of god is a cer s Tain soul preparation which god Only Ca give. This preparation is twofold 1. The spirit of god recreates the spirit of Man so that it becomes 0 a spirit of Wisdom. 2. In like Man n Ner it becomes a spirit of revelation the term spirit of Wisdom is meant not merely a Wise spirits though so much is of course implied but a spirit which is essentially Wise w Ven in its temper and action. Likewise the spirit of revelation Signi ibes not the revelation or the Power to make revelations but a spirit which can susceptible to revelations. Such a spirit results u partly from the removal of limit w tons partly from a change in Point m View and partly from added Power is Only such a spirit can see god truly to 4 r life wholly. Only heart vision 13 Lear vision. Hence the prayer of the ext. That the eyes of the heart May e enlightened. It was with the eyes f the heart that the father saw the prodigal afar off. It follows then since a knowledge of god involves and conditions a Man s Wisdom Vid spiritual understanding and is Essen c Ial to wholeness of vision that the very sanity of our views of life is wrapped up in our Conception of god. N the knowledge of him All other knowledge has its beginning and in t or predation. A three great corollaries Are involved t n the knowledge of god for which Paul prays 1. If god be the trans r indent and immanent god of his experience and if men come to know him As such the Call of god to Salva Lon and holiness is a perfect Guaran Teof his Loving interest and sufficient reason for unfailing Hope. In he knowledge of god the child of 3od perceives the Hope of his riches of god s glory is in his hints his inheritance and the peo Leof his Possession. The nature ind work of god display his value Ion of a redeemed race. The saints ire his cherished Possession. 3. To Enow god As Paul knew him in Christ Jesus is to see the very forces t work which god relies upon to save he world and to apprehend the greatness of his Power toward us who know god is to understand that All Power in heaven and n Earth is at his disposal and that t is pledged to Supply All the needs of Lis children. Both the other subjects for which 5aul prays Are impossible without his knowledge of god with it they ire possible and almost assured. The perfect walk and the perfect work would seem to be the Normal outgrowth of such spiritual know him and Jesus Christ whom he hath sent is and must Ever a life eternal. Or. Frank Crane s epigrams. Not of a Qto Onlo of x us u Rucoi a Iaccio Aio oui in feel god is to Pray. Prayer 1b the orientation of life i ending god As sailors find a Star. 8 littleness is self Hood greatness f consists in being a vessel for the in c invite. I our sole disease is impotence. No a Nan Ever had enough vitality enough Ala Sion. Our passion trails its Flower n the slime not because it grows too Trong but because it has not enough Igor to raise its Bloom toward heavy. Love knows no crime but too let Selove. It is the Dull razor that uts. The sickly Rose plants Are they hat Are attacked by vermin. Impurity comes from a morbid Ove when love strikes its tap Root Lown into the infinite it purifies he is half dead souls secrete Poison Lardy sunlit out of door souls make Toney. Our eyes Are adulteries envies and such like because there is a form in the Core of our souls. My hand is lame when my soul is try. Work is a sort of substitute for Ilay and Law is a substitute for life or with children it is All play and n Christ there is no Law. There Are two kinds of Law As cavitation and a statute the latter Ras Moses kind the former Jesus. From Sermon preached by or. Rank Crane at Union Church Worcester mass. A fresh beginning. An Indiana chemist has discovered i chemical process to revive Gas veils and is having great Success be has taken hold of a number of Lead Wells and brought on big flows gain. He uses a chemical which powered to the Bottom of the Well ats its Way through the Trenton Ock dissolving and cleaning out a ement which has formed in the Lores clogging the Way for the Gas o pass to the Well. Another charge s put Down with nitroglycerine on of and shot into the Rock. It is claimed the revived Wells Are As Good s new. How Many christians there Are rho need to be revived. It is not hat their religious capabilities Are exhausted but that some worldly be Anthas shut off the communication tween the heart and god. Joshua Rought to the people of Israel a new chapter of spiritual Power that their again be opened godward and his Grace flow freshly to them. Baptist teacher. The peaceful undercurrent. The surface of the sea is in ceases sanitation. In the time of storm he Ordinary observer would suppose hat the Ocean was moved to its Epths yet the fiercest tempest never produces Waves that Rise above then feet. Sometimes when two fierce caves meet the Spray is Flung a Hundred and Twenty feet High which is by Only a trifle of the sea 9 Depths. The n Reater part of the Ocean is Calm and in Elow the surface moves on in steady is currents. A Christian life seems a disturbed by life s experiences w iut Down beyond the reach of the to Luman Eye is the eternal peace and Teady moving purpose Rev. Clarnce. Vincent d. D. By the tenderness of god. The most real and sure things in 1 1 his world Are the words of god. In " very one of them god s own almighty to land is shown we grasp them and Ai ind ourselves in turn held by divinity out of whose clasp we can never Trall nor be torn away. We lean upon alies words and find ourselves encircled and up borne by the eve last no arms. We Pillow our head in weariness or sorrow upon god s c1 cords of love and Comfort and find to ourselves drawn close to our father s by heart held in his bosom and soothed go y his tenderness which is gentler d and More comforting than even that f an earthly Parent. I ambassador of Christ. Flaws Are made men Are subjected a o civil authority. Broken Laws Are Yaj pen to penalty. The governments h re powerful enough to enforce. If i Usu. Hanks be to god the Fountain is Al ays open. Of what an Anchor is Lis to my Huntingdon. Re wet and dry goods. One of the things that is breaking a p the american Home to Day is the Jeroman s love for dry goods and the Tolan s love for wet goods. The greats enemy the american Home has Iana be american Saloon. A i Nev York Cit the possibilities f Supra pretty Blouse As this one Are Nany. In the front View it is made Vith Leeves of the material and in he blk View it is made with sleeves o Mach the Che Misette. Both styles re equally in Vogue and equally a tract a while they make such a distinct i different effect that the one Node really provides two. All the Ireby Boft Silks and wools that Are so str calve this season Are appropriate or Werthing that can be tucked sucks sullican be used for the Blouse Tsei while for the Che Misette lace Midnet tucked Plain and fancy Are ill appropriate and for the trimming a. / Law 71 be used any one of the handsome an Lings for which the season is this Case crepe meteor x one of the fashionable Peacock Lales is combined with lace dyed to Isch and trimmed with banding sch includes bits of Gold and Silver i greatly enhance the effect he Blouse is made with a fitted eng and itself consists of front and aks. The lining is faced to form i Yoke but the Che Misette and the Rase Are tucked and arranged ova while the Collar completes it neck. Me sleeves Are Sarre a i arranged Over Plain foundations Hen thin material is used and a Sparent effect desired the found ionian be Cut from Chiffon Mou Sneor some similar material. The fee Quarter sleeves Are finished with offs but the Long ones extend Over 3 hands. The lower Edge of the Juse is joined to a fitted foundation role and Over this foundation the aped one is arranged. The Quantity of material required r the medium size is four and Onega Thyarks Twenty one or then tour three Yards thirty two or two id one half Yards forty four inches Ide with five eighth Yard eighteen Ches wide for the Che Misette four id three Quarter Yards of banding make As illustrated. Cabbage roses. Huge roses like cabbages Are Fash Nable Tor not trimming. 1 Ney Arn betimes used to compose the own. One being ample for the Pur ise. On the other hand some of j e parisian millinery is quite Small Lere is something of Novelty in tie o extremes in size being . New filet net. A new dress material for Handal evening frocks is a stamped filet t. It is to be used instead of tulle d will often take the place of Satin e Flowers on it Are very Lovely in be clusters joined together by fess of ribbon effects or vines. The trial is quite wide and is draped a coloured Satin. I Kuff for collars. The ruffs of net Are a sort of fore runner for the fur collars. Black and Gray stripes. Among the new Broadcloth brought out in soft weave for Winter Wear is one of Black and Dull Gray Stripe. It is an Odd combination for Broadcloth and will probably be very popular. T for corded goods. Corded materials Are growing More and More in favor. Not Only in silk and Satin do they appear but Wool stuffs too and a combination of Siik Ana Wool Are known in the Cornea weaves. Pyjamas preferred. Quite a number of women prefer pyjamas to nightgowns for sleeping use fld certainly Ttye Are a great convenience when travelling or for Mountain and Seaside Wear. The latest fad in these suits is a very delicately coloured silk in Odd Shaps such As water Blue ashes of roses and Pale Almond Green embroidered in Dull Oriental tones of Wash silk. Be style coolant. At the Maison Francis famous for tailor Mades the reply to the question about the coming fashion was be style coolant. That is to say the clinging style. The sleeves will be close and clinging the skirts will be close and clinging the bodices will be tight and Flat said the premiere. And i May add that we Are making very Long Coats. Circular skirt. Whatever tends to give an effect of height and slenderness to the figure is in demand at the moment and this j0& 1 skirt can de trusted to dring about a desire result while it is Graceful 3 and attractive and by no Means exaggerated in style. The circular Side and Back portions take exceedingly Graceful folds yet Are perfectly smooth Over the hips and the narrow front Gore adds much to the distinction of the skirt while it allow effective use of the fashionable buttons. In the illustration Catawba coloured Broadcloth is trimmed with buttons covered with heavy silk of the same color and with simulated buttonholes m but All All skirting mate t rials Are appropriate. T the skirt is made in the accepted walking length and is closed invisibly at the Back. It consists of the circular portions and the narrow front 4 Gore and this front Gore is folded in t Der at its edges and lapped Over onto 9 the circular portion to give the effect � of a Box Pleat. T t the Quantity of material required for the medium size is seven Yards Twenty four or Twenty seven four and a Quarter Yards forty four or fifty i two inches wide. Trifling i backs. May i ask sir Why in blazes you did t print my communication i certainly you May. In the first or place it was altogether too Long in of the second place it was badly written to in the third place it established no of conclusions in the fourth place it w libellous in the fifth place it was Ca written on both sides of the w then you found no Merit in it la i would t go so far As to say that. T1 aside from the trifling drawbacks i n have mentioned it seemed to be All St right. Plain dealer. To suggestions for inventors. Hints on things for which the world Ai would be thankful. Jivery one respects me Viau Sliu invented the stud with a movable head. He is one of the benefactors of Man be kind. No one has heard his name but he has done More for humanity a than say Napoleon. He has Given by the whole world five minutes every 011 morning. Think of the years thus an saved and the tempers preserved it is on the other hand impossible j to be Friendly with the Man who in pm vented that obstinate a id arbitrary be thing of Bone which used to be the Ca ruin of All collars. Such a Man can us Only be forgotten and if possible a forgiven. He is Iri the same category As the Man who thought of the top Anat or the starched shirt or the Han it som Street whistle. There is no exc Cuse for him. Is it is in fact necessary that toe inventor should be a Man of a sensitive and amiable disposition. He must know All of human Saity and be prepared to respond to them. He must not scorn the Little w things and he must remember that i the Man who thought of galoshes at made a Fortune. He need not worry so much about flying machines Asta about studs. It is More necessary w that he should add to our Comfort than to our Altitude an Appeal for instance was made the other Day by a correspondent of i the express for something to take the place of the elusive Button Hook. A no Button Hook is admittedly one of the 80 things that can never be found. Its a gift of disappearance is shared Only we with time tables keys and openers an Mineral water bottles. Sex other inventions become More Nec a Essary every Day How a it for instance that the umbrella is allowed to remain so primitive in its present form it is a Clumsy device for protecting one part of one s body at the the expense of another. By its assistance w who rain la in it run run for rated form to one s legs and boots. H in a crowd it is a constant source of to irritation As it benefits Only the per of son immediately beneath it and drips we water on any one else who comes to within its Range. In a wind it May is blow inside out at any moment. Sure cd y the mind of Man can think of some of thing better than the umbrella of then top the Doormat. Could i Mything be More unsatisfactory it to its present form it is simply a raising we ground for germs. The lancet ought to Issue a pamphlet against it. What is needed is a revolving self cleaning the mat on which dust or mud could not $ accumulate. The visitor would put his foot on the mat and the dust would be whirled into a receiver. A Small electric motor would provide i the Power. A Ely i j uric i inc Yucai ill the summer and Many people Are unable to sleep successfully at night. Why should not bedrooms have Slid no roofs nothing could be More a wealthy or enjoyable than to be protected by Walls but free from the of Goi press Lon of the roof. The Man who thought of the Fountain pen was a kindly soul but he night have gone further and made certain that it would not Ink one s lingers or overflow into one s pocket. 1 gauge should be fitted so that one q Ould Tell when the Ink is a danger in cheap furs. 3 cheap furs carry with them a Bangerth to it is Well to consider says he woman s Home companion & this is the unsanitary manner in j which they Are made up and the fact 2, that fur offers an attractive lurking h place for germs. Most of them Are made by men half starved and in a lean and Many of them Are victims j of furriers asthma. Naturally the Detter goods Are made under sanitary Jon color Roro Good brighter and faster colors than any oth cd Dye any garment Rel thou ripping apart. Writ Loi to remember him. A Tillman Ford of Salem ore., pro ride in his will that Gold watches o Cost $125 each should be Given to dirty intimate friends. Beware of ointments for Catarrh that contain Mercury a Mercury will surely destroy the sense of Rall and completely derring the whole Ayse when entering it through the mucous Urf Acea. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians As the damage they will do is ten told o the Cood you can possibly derive from hem. Hall s Catarrh cure manufactured i y f. J. Cheney & co., Toledo o., contains i 10 Mercury and is taken internally acting i directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces i f the system. In buying Hall s Catarrh cure i in sure you get the genuine it is taken in 1 Ern ally and made in Toledo. Ohio by x. L Cheney & co. Testimonials by druggists Price 75c. Per Hall s family rills for constipation. Longworth s joke. One Day when Nicholas Longworth Ras leaving Washington for Cincinnati Joe Cannon said to him Well 9" Ood Bye. I suppose the citizens will Prie out in Force to meet you i m us i m afraid they will replied Nick the rambling by. N.y51 1quickly and positively Ai a persistent fun cough. If you have a cough give r it attention now. You can relieve in it Quicley with Piso s cure. Ija for famous or half a Century As the k&9 reliable remedy for coughs colds Luh hoarseness bronchitis asthma and is Kindred ailments. Fine for children. Bke1 at 11 druggists25 Eta. Jmj / Reni. T f uncaught criminals. Public opinion is discussing the a ashment that ought to be inflicted 1 criminals. This recalls the fable the Bear whose skin was sold Hereit was caught. Before thinking the punishment of assassins it Ould be Well to consider How to itch them. No doubt every one Ould sleep More calmly if a terrible tit Warful noeoa/1 o pro inf Vii Roll a a a to n i v again of pm Lie latter could moreover go to bed be the less calmly since it would ill remain a question of capturing emla journal Paris. Invalid s sad plight. After inflammatory rheumatism hair came oat skin peeled and bed sores developed. Only Anticura proved successful. About four years ago 1 had a very ser attack of inflammatory rheumatism y skin peeled and the High fever played. Voc with my hair which came out in inches. I also had three Large bed sores my Back. I did not gain very rapidly d my appetite was very poor. I tried Iny sure cures but they were of Little in Ond t had had no real Relief. Then my common cleared and soon i Felt better. The d sores went very soon after a few apply Tionson cd Sicura ointment and when 1 de Cuti Cura soap and ointment for my in it began to regain its former Glossy Yearance. Mrs. Lavina j. Henderson 3 Broad St., Stamford conn., March 0 d 12, 1907." in leading physician recommends anti razor eczema. Mrs. Algy Cockburn lilo 0., june 11, 1907." / origin of oxtail Sony. The now familiar oxtail soup is id to have had its origin during the eign of terror in Paris in 1793, Hen Many of the nobility were Reice to starvation and Beggary. The abattoirs sent their hides fresh to in Tannery without removing the. Lis and in cleaning them the tails Ere thrown away. One Day one Noble beggars while happening pass a Tannery noticed a pile of scared tails and asking for one it As willingly Given to him. He took to his lodging and made what is w first dish of oxtail up. He immediately told his lends of the Good Luck he had had Ith the natural result that the Tan sri were soon annoyed to such an tent by the demand for oxtail that Price was put upon them. -. New gland grocer. As to baying a peerage. In Anglo maniac circles in the uni states there Are americans Yho Duld jump at the Chance to acquire i English title., when american stresses of a certain Type give Fornesia Exchange for the distinction it Aryiris inter the nobility and Ien impecunious noblemen Hawk eur titles about for Sale to the High t bidder and usually find a Purser the harsh comments upon or. Tor s pretensions and aspirations l both sides of the Atlantic seem Ore or less hypocritical. If or. As r can buy hib Way into the peerage by should t he?.baltimore Sun. Only one Bromo quinine iat is laxative Bromo quinine. Look the signature . W. Grove. Used the orld Over to cure a cold in one Day. 25c. The Indian Empire has the cheapest pos service in the world. Is. Winslow soothing syrup for children thing softens the Gums reduces info Amman allays pain cures wind Colic,25ca bottle rhe Ostrich has been known to travel As it As a mile a minute. Tech cured in 30 minutes by Woolford s notary lotion. Never fails. At druggists. The Transvaal produces 400,000 ounces of id every month. Zeip insist on having or or. My full s preparation Staneiu the Standard at Deco Oasis. Send Lor Book Belle Lor much drug co., 30 w. 32d St m. Y. City. Mph Pfay new discovery of a r w b lire. Ulok Relief an cum chickens earn h whether you raise chickens for fun or it the Best results. The Way to do this ii be offer a Book telling All Book written by a 5 years in raising poultry. And to Experiment and spend j4 i a to conduct the business. J ends in postage Stamps. And cure disease How to Larket which fowls to save deed about everything you must know on postpaid on receipt of 25 cent Book publishing House 13 i Ann p r n y or Dye. One Loo. Package colors All fibres. They r free to Dye bleach and mix cola 3afety at Low Superior to Best s the Small Price is made possible b eat demand for this razor the s fit on each aggregating As far m As of we sold fewer at a greater i e Benefit is the consumer s. The Blade is of the finest St Mically made and tempered by Cess and the bade of course is it part of any razor. The Frame is older plated and angled Correct ick and clean shaving. The Tough b is this razor a Boon Tho soft bids it a Delight. These Blades can buy one and you will recommend ends. That is the Best test of any s fek 0p i " p�s1j s pee liw a a specs. Write ook publishing House l t \ x. A " Vit is Seffl " Law s delay in Texas. O the delay in litigation has become so great and the Cost so heavy that poor men cannot afford to. Assert their rights through the courts but Are a forced to Compromise while the risk of being saddled with heavy boosts deters men of Means from asserting Well founded rights. It is not infrequently the Case that the Stenograph or s Bill for the record on Appeal amounts to hundreds of dollars and a record costing Lee than a Hundred 7/ is the exception rather than the Rule. Wjk Houston chronicle. Egg the Golden Hoard. D. F. Bemal whose property Here woo to Nonh Loci Renvah he Flea and whose insurance was not adequate to cover his losses has suddenly stumbled upon $2000 in Gold we left he found buried in the ruins of his destroyed brewery. Despondent the Man disclosed the extent of his losses to his wife. The latter told him to cheer up As Sheha accumulated a sum of Money which she had hidden away in a receptacle behind the Chimney. Bernal expecting to find Only a few dollars ? commenced to dig and was astounded when he uncovered j2000 in Gold Coin which despite a slight Discolour Tion was in Good shape. Mrs. Bernal for years had been saving Small portions of her husband earnings Livermore correspondence san Francisco chronicle. Mir for rheumatism. The following is a never failing remedy to rheumatism and if follow Dup it will effect a Complete cure of the very worst cases mix half pint of Good whiskey with one ounce of Toris compound and add one ounce syrup of Sarsaparilla compound. Tabo in Rinns a Fern each meal and at the ingredient scan be procured at any drug store and easily mixed at Home. There Are 60 few flies in England that there 1b a regular business.,in importing dried ones from South America for food for poultry and captive Birds and fish. Files cured in 6 to 14 Days. Pazo ointment is guaranteed to cure any Rase of itching Blind bleeding protruding piles in. 6 to 14 Days or Money refunded. 50c. Old debts have to be paid and new York City has to provide $26,769 each Day for that purpose.1 -alookingfff1 ahead a bar u to. Take advantage of today s oppor9klbtun Isi for to h9g�3b0r merchant Gro of Roma Jana Mimi l business Mani in the Emmio oort / fish flan Extension of the c Hish Host Capri & St. Paul . S. Howell g. E. A., Kew York., /. W. A. Do Ayle make and Sells More men s 3.00 and s3.50 shoes than any other manufacturer in the world because they hold their shape flt better and Wear longer than any other Maba. 8hoe�tflu pro for Evol Mombi re St. Brad Tea. My. Inucci of you know mow Tolent i. Handle them properly profit you want to do it intelligently and 3 to profit by the experience of others. You need to know on the sub Man who made his living for " and in that time necessarily much Money to learn the bes for the Small sum of 25 it tells you How to detect feed for eggs and also Forfar Breeding purposes and the subject to make a Success. Sent3 in Stamps. 4 Leonard St., n. Y. City. Is dyes Dye in cold water better than any other Dye. To a a. Monroe Uruu co. A Nancy Iizumi razor Price. Old a7 any fridge. Intel Scien a j i a secret i the import i Satin finish by for Saf a i i earned Man a Fps earned Man b. Stopped. I i extrait to Al your or , Micie. A Blades Tage Stamps Job h brings it a is by mail in 77 1 Ial Box. Name and full address very plainly h Leonard Street n. Y. City ii

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