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Joseph IeCiuley. of 144 Shol
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health was co"ipl't*
ly broken down. 'M:
bac-k aetd and w%-.
so~ lme th:it at ti1l
IN w:ts hardly ::ll i
(Iress nyself. I i>
ny appetite :Ia1 w
U!Ii ble to sleI. Tllel
7 seemed to bc, no
until I took Dol:i!
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Church-There is a law against ex
pectorating in the cars in New York
is there not?
"Amd is there - not a law agains
standing on the platform?"
"Certainly there is,"
"I suppose. of course, there's a rul(
against getting off a car while it. ii
"Oh, yes, there are laws and rule.
against doing everything in the car.
except standing ip!"-Yonker:
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A boy goes to school so as to have
lot to unlearn when he comes out.
Dyspepsia of Women
ABSOLUTELY NEEDLESS AGONI
Caused by Uterine Disorders and Cured b)
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A great many women suffer witha
form of indigestion or dyspepsia whicl:
does not seem to yield to ordinary treat
ment. While the symptoms seem to be
similar to those of ordinary indiges
tion. yet the medicines universally pre.
scribed do not seem to restore the pa
tient' normal condtion.
Mrs. Pinkhamu claims that there is
kind of dyspepsia that is caused by 2
derangement of the female organism
and which, while it causes a disturb
ance similar to ordinary indigestion
cannot be relieved without a medicin
which not only acts as a stomach tonic
but has peculiar uterine-tonic effect
As proof of this theory we call at
tention to the case of Mrs. Maggi
Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y., who wa
completely cured by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound after every
thing else had failed. She writes :
"For two years I suffered with dyspepsi
which so degenerated my entire system that
was unable to attend to my. daily duties.
felt weak and nervous, and nothing that I ate
tasted godand it caused a disturbance in m:
stomach I tried different dyspepsia cures
but nothing seemecd to help me. I was ad
vised to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabl<
Compound a trial, and was happily surprise<
to find that it acted liko a fine tome, and in
few days I began~to enjoy and properly diges
my food. My recovery was rapid, and i;
five weeks I was a well woman. I have rec
omnmended it tormaniy suffering women."
. o other medicine in the world ha;
received such widespr'ead and unquahi
fied endorsement.or has such a record o
cures of female troubles, as has Lydi.
E. Pinkhiam's Vegetable Compound.
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A SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON E
THE REV. F. F. SHANNON.
Subjic: The Thousandold Man.
1 rooklyn. N. Y.-Sunday morning, i
Grace M. iE. Church. the pastor, th
R-v. Frederick F. Shannon. had I(
his, subject "The Tiousandfold Man.
T le t1ext WaS frainI Josima xxiii:1(
(e mncan ( of you, sall ch1e thol
san,: for the I or,l you.'dr G;od1. I1e it i
ha t fl-litethi for you, I HI spake unt
Soil. Mr. 'on saia:
r World bulding i -o erestin
- asmanbuling Somle phlosophe
held that ta'ks are iteesI n prk
pot1011 as they ar( d'iCtiult to perforn
If this be ;.:xod logie. then swingin
wolIds into saP:I( mus Ml ake secondar,
rank to building a man in timie. W
have no intiliatiol Il-t God had an
trouble stri1;-iin- phmei,.ts alon- ilh
path of Iis power. Yet the centurie
unite in the verdiet that Gdx has 1
much troubli in produ(ing the divin
syle of mawnhood. Therefore. it i
safe to con(lude that God nveI u:
dertook a v.-ster plan thaln to build;
ia,]. Workis pla.y out His puripose
in the harmiony Of gravitation. Tlit
spell out His plans in the law of obt
dience. But ian ofttimes. thwart
those purposes and destroys thos
plans by setting his own will ove
against the vill of God. Thus 1,
w ndrIs. a kind of lost human pleia
through the sace called ti-ue. alwziy
and eVer coining to himiself. but neve
Yet man is God's htnan world
I greater than any star-world twinklin!
in space, because he thinks. loves
feels and wills. Now, soie 1men1 ex
ereise these functions more largel,
than teir fellows. Then we labe
thenm with that ancient degree callei
greatness. After conferring the dc
gree, we spend the rest of our live
musing over what such men did whei
they got together. They may hav
been great thinkers. great lighte;-i
great talkers, great writers, or grea
friends. But in the last analysis, th
greatness men adore is the adoratioi
great men have given to God. This i
- why we never tire of studying th
friendship of Moses and Joshua. The;
are two links in the golden chail
which moors this old world to th<
throne of God. Napoleon said that his
tory is a fable about which men ar
agreed. Rather say history is a streau
flowing out from the~ Eternal Heart
Sitting along its shores, like deathles
sentinels. are the men God raised ui
for handing His name and truth dowi
Our text asks for a ^onsideration o
th thousandfold man, and the reaso
fd' his multiplied power. "One man o
you shall chase a thousand:" Mor
startling words could hardly knock a
the door of the human intelect. The
L are too vast in their outranging mean
ing to be easily comprehended. Nat
urally enough. the mind asks for :
second consideration of them. Bu
a second reading fails to rob them o
their signiticance. Really hig thing;
don't grow less on second sight. Liki
St. Peter's, their bigness only help:
the mind expand to a more capabl
appreciation of their true dimiensions
It is so with men, and it is so wit]
the great objects in nature. Jlust s<
a great sentence like this. pregnan
w,~ith large thought, is not stripped o
its tr easure by a second or third read
'ne. It is a thought centre roumt
w~hich the mind may revolve with in
Str.ctly speaking. then, what
mue"n by" one man chasing a thousand
Dosit maean that one man, by hi
phyvical prowe:es, ean drive a thou
san~d men before hima? You wonde:
at the folly of such a 'ues1tion Stil
itomli pleoptle -re 'so fo''d of mieai;
life and me"t n y' th1 yatck of phyii
e'nl bulk tht s absuditt mayd mit
themn into abtte view. Physi ea
thitnzs never did run smoothly on :
spiritual *rack: "nd thly never wll
be-cause it isi' imposible. Th tho0'
sandifold man, am-ordin''to JohT
the man in league withl Go( hsn;
God's pulise and co-oe a wi
adi answring Go' vocs watci;
God' strides in history ani he~arin;
God's tr uth. dropped i:m ;roldee nun
bers fr om "the harp of. God's e''tn
yenrs" Hie is the man with his fer
on .he eamrth. his head among the stars
an hi'(11' heart ioented ini Ieaveni, be
caus.e heaven is locnted in his heart
He is theC son of yesterdaly. the mai
Lof 'to-"ay, the heif of to-nmorrow-grate
ful for yesterday's goodness, inspire<
oy to-Clay's blessings, and re~joicing i1
to-morrow's hopes. And he is nil *hi
because he is in league with God, an
knowvs it: because he is in love wit)
God. and feels it: because he is livin;
-in obedience to God, and wills it.
Moreover, the thousandfold man
Sthe man God waits for. It has eve
-hcen "one man of you" who has opene<
the largest doors of opportunity an
achievement in the history of th
Lworld. One man and God-they ar
absolutely unconquerable. Gra spin;
the tangbed threads of history, the;
have tied them into one solid knot c
,divine purpose. And that purpose fc
-ever stands the pledge of a bette
world and a nobler race. Do yo
wonder that even God can afford t
wait for such a man'? Then let you
wonder give away before this mnight;
-fact: God has to wait, so long as th
world remains constituted as it is, fo
Sa man to come forward and say, "Her
-am I-use mue." God answers bac1
t"I have to rse you, because I haven
anything else to use." W~hen a ma
-comes out like that from the littlenes
of self into the largeness of God, thl
moment he stands forth in God's un
verse a thousandfold man! Chasin
a thousand becomeos the business <:
his life. C'hasi" a thousand temtpt:
tions, chasing a Guisand sins, chasin
a thousand civ> irongs. chasing
thousand social evils: But does b
stop there? Never: Chasing a thoi
sand lost meni toward God, chaslin
them into fellowship with .Tesus Chris
chasing them up from their haunts<
sin toward the splendor touched peal
of a pure and radiant manhood! Th:
is the mission of the thousandfo]
man. And in these days the missic
is crying as with the lips of Got
.Where is the man?
Furthermore, if history teaches or
lesson it is this-God hats His wail
and pauises. And for what? Wh:
for some mian to lay hold of His pu
poses aiid carry them out. God h:
rbeen waiting, and still waits, for me
tin the everyday walks of life to 'o
true to Him. 0, men, that means yo
and that means~t Le: God calls a fe
[t men to carry On 'great reforms. 11
cals al mn t aryon a reform Wit
n their own livs. An'd it ''s the ma
who' willi do thin God...~' , an
lerence. Gone forever that fast sLr
H? mly have bren reolly to show the
w:hl, leave the ield in de
ns,-' avay inl disgraco. Then let hin
hzy vitail hold of the trith that God is
11hi? ng for. him. Inam'lV every in
rdient of cowardice will vanish from
Ii., nature. Sonething akin to onini
potence begin. to play along the nerve
if lis arm. The soufs hatlesongs of
victory began to swell the rising lar
monies in his heart. (nimpioned by
od. lie knows that. taough tile worlds
may fall. 11h. shiall not ieet with de
-fat. Camping along the path of his
il-dtiny is the Sleepless General. who
ho1A(s the stars inl His hand. and the
initerests of ills child in Ihis heart.
wiit ma.gnificent music for the soul
v to hear, as we go out to life's battle:
"F'or the Lord your God, le it is that
tighteth for you."
Let us give the truth its proper set
ti.g in our lives. We hear so much
fien tfghtin God's battles. And we
rejoice that this is so. But let not the
e-ser truth obscure the greater-that
GIod is lighting our battles. And do
wve not sometinies get so busy ighting
God's battles that we forget that God
is Ii:ihing our battles, which is of
Iuch i more importance. It mag be
that God could get along without our
einforceeniets. after all. But if God's
roops fail to conie up, a spiritual Va
I erloo :waiits us for certain. Let is
ake room for this neglected truth in
>ur creed. It will make us better sol
Iiers of the cross. It is one of the
zilent forces which builds the thou
But some man says. "How does God
i-ht for me? I ivant to know." G;od
I .s not in the habit of doing things as
I :oan does thein. Therefore, it is safe
-:o conclude that God does not fight for
as after the manner of men. His
i methods are not man's methods, anid
E His weapons are not carnal weapons.
Brictly, here are i few battletields
t a-here God has fought for you: On
? Ihe Judean plains shepherds are
1 watching their flocks by night. Suad
. lenly the beavens are musical with
thoirs of singing angels. Then one
,,reat golden star, as if driven out of
1 its course by the finger of God to
si;anal the shepherds. trembles above
he manger. Coniirig to the spot, they
and the babe wrapped in swad!ing
-lothes. That was the beginning of
"od's greatest battle for you-aiid the
battlefield was a manger! But that
Babe increased in stature and wis
m loi. . He reached the highest type of
nanhood known to mal or God. Great
is a teacher. He was greater as a man.
.reat as a man. le was greater as a
- God. for in lim the fulhiess of God
aead made its home. For the first
t time, man was taught by a Life how
to live his own life. God fought for
r ou in the incarnation o<L His Son.
Glod fought for you in the mysterious
igony of Gethsemane. God fought for
tou in the blood-red suffering of Cal
vary. God fought for you in the dark
aess of the tomb. God fought for you
>n Mount Olivet, when Christ was
taken up, the glory of His ascending
body throwing a shining splendor over
the track yours will go. In countless
ways, the Lord your God. He it is that
fihteth for you! He fights for you
in the blessings He ratins upon you
day by day. In your home, in your
business, in your society, in every
privlege you enjoy. God fights for
ou. God's battlefiektis are smokeless,
but they are victorious!I
Wie discover the second reason for
tine muitiplied power of the thousaind
fold man in the last clause of my text:
"As lie spake tmtot youd." It is Jlosh
na's way of telling us thait God always
keeps His engagements. "0." says
someo one, "he is talkinig a xout God's
pi'onmiss nowv-and theyv are old."
Yes, lct us admit the pr'omises are
Iold. But in growi: old they have
kept their youth. W~at sturdy youni:g
str they are't: WeO (an't afford to
rule' them ' out on acraunt o?f a::e. M\ost
of the lest tiiings in this world are
*old. The sun is ol!d. the( stars5 are obl,
the or'eani is old, the imun ain is old,
love osold. mlusic is old, falier is old,
moth' er ii old. ur' (deariest 'riends are
ol. ButL we arie not asimmned of them
-onl thati account. So God'< promCises
ate old. Butt they have .;rown old so
"relly t hat we ought to lbe proud
to wa lk life's pathway, keeling ster to
thir" m'eiht mic(. Wliat would we
do vrath~out themt Certainly this wcrid
w oukI be a very lonely plac., if the
old p)romises didn't niowv and then
steail into our hearts and hush their
fers man's spiritual. exchequer' is
w orth somnethiing when he knows it is
backed by promi ses as changeless as
God Himself. "I will never leave thee
nior io.orske thee. "That xnromise alone
is enough to make a main a spirituail
-millionaiire. But. rememibe:: there are
over 3.000 in God's Wor'd that sing
the saine tune. The thouxsa:adf'old man
makes much of the old promises, be
cause they have made much of him,
G od keeps a reward for the man who
rwho does i~ghit.
fIt is a lopsided religion that leaves
the eoac'hman at the curb.
rThe best evidence cf your' own salva
tion is your interest in that of others.
aWhen God takes our hard He asks
r s to take the hand of another.
~There is no comfort in Repose when
its head is pillowed on aii aching
C The circumference of influence de
.pendls upon the man at the centre of
t the circle.
a By the prayerful study c-i the Scrip
tures comes the knowledge of the di
-Many a parent has entered the gates
of pearl because .the hand of a littlE
f child was on the latch.-United Pres
a HARD TIMES FOR BABIES.
~'Frequently Made Martyrs to Old
I, Even in some civilized countries
Sbabies still have hard times. In parts
it of Flanders the mothers wind linen
cloths around the heads of their
children because it is considered beau
tiful there for girls to have flat
E temples. In parts of France there is
:s still a worse custom.
. The style in heads there is to have
- the back of the skull as flat as pos'
is sible, so a board is strapped to the
t back of the infant's head.
In Brittany many houses have a
roe fastoned in the floor. Attached
t)> this is a movable arm that is free
t2 turn complletely around the upright.
SThe babies are strapped to this arm.
I and arc expected to amuse themselves.
- hy lurching around and around in a
ringc. The Breton peasanits agine
that it fteaches them to walk. and they
on't setem to care tha. it maakes t:ch
-It I3 tetter to be doin~g 2. few heav
enly things than to be dreaming man'n
A Fcw Instances.
"'as it ever happened in your rro
fessi:al expcri'nce that an innocent
mar was sent to priso ?" was asked
of a Boston crriinal lawyer.
It has," was the promnt reply. "I
N ,.s just figuring on that yQsiLrday
Of the 400 criminal cases I have d.
fended about fifty of my clients were
convicted and sent up.
"And they were inaorent?"
"They must have been. When I
have appealcd a case to the last court
wept while addressing the jury, talk
ed of the man's dear old mother anc
as good as proved an alibi in his eas
the jury must have rendered a verdict
of guilty simply through ignorance oj
Had a Derelict in Tow.
Admiral Evans one day noticed two
sailors in earnest confab. One of them
was imparting information to his com
panion of a very agreeable nature,
judging from his beaming coun
The admiral, in relating the inci
dent. says the manner of the speaker
amused him very much. As he
passed by the mate raised his voice.
with the unnistalable intention of
being overheard, saying to his com
I mean to give up this seafaring
life when my time is out. I am go
ing to marry a rich widow woman,
the derelict of a butcher."
.Tohnson was compiling the diction
--Yes," he explained, "i'm trying to
collect a few words for the circus pos
Starting with -aggregation," he hunt
ed for polysyllables.
The complaint that New Yorkers
hurry too much fails to take into ac
count that most of the crowds are
hurrying to get out of the city, avers
the Washington Evening Star.
A Heavy Fine.
Under the Elkins law any railroad
company which pays rebates in any
form, or any shipper who accepts them.
is liable to a fine of from $1000 to
$20,000 upon conviction. It also pro
hibits the carrying of freight at less
than the published tariffs. Thoe Inter
state Commerce Commission is empow
ered to detect and prosN-ute violators
of this statute. President Knapp. of
the commission, states that since this
law was passed rebate paying has
been as rare as forgery.
The Eternal Faminine.
Grnndfather. doing some carpentry
work, and finding he needed some
screws, sent little 'Mary to the hard
ware store to get some for him. Whea
she got there she could not remember
the word "screw." At last she said:
I d7'Grandpa wants some nails with ruffles
At this season of the year. when warm
days followed by cool nights and the eating
ot 'fruit and vegetables effeetir.g the stomn
ach, bowels, etc.. we hear of so many chil
dren dying. Give them Dr. Biggers' liuck
eerrv Cordial, the great spcific for ali
bowel troubles' and children teething.
Sold by all Druggiss 25 and 50e. bottle.
Book-keepers are 'ne :cly figureheads
in the business.
The motto of some men is. "Give me
ib erty or give mel debt."
Aman' most distant relatives are
those who have the mcst mo~ney.
Mos women '.;ould inther patch r p
a rnia"rei than dar1n their strekings.
Many a god nare has Ibeen give:1
te tar and feather f~egece by idle gus
If -a man is umab'le to keep his wo: a
he (an find plenty ;nore in the ditl
When money talks to the mes~t ofis
it is the oithe: end of a lcng-:listane
When a mariid man laughs in his
sleep his wife imagines he :.s d.-eaming
that he is a bachelor.
Ther-e arc a few rising young men. in
this world. but the majority keep their
seats in a c:owded car'.
Owing to the high price of wool, the
volf finds it irather expensive mas;
querading in sheep's clothing.
There is mighty little poetry in r-ais
ing a family of ten.
A man is so unr-easonable he would
-ather pay doctor's bills than milliners'
Twins are like having pneumonia
when you expected to go to a base ball
The devil could get a very big salaty
if he would come up and live in New
You can generally tell when a girl
has been kissed before by the way she
pretends she hasn't.
A Doctor's Talkc on Food.
There are no fairer set of men on
earth than the doctors, and when they
find they have been In error they ar-e
usually apt to make honest and manly
confession of the fact.
A case in point is that of an eminent
practitioner, one of the good old school.
who lives in Texas. His plain, mu
varnished tale needs no dressing up:
"I had always had an intense preju
Idice, which I can now see was unwar
rantable and unreasonable, against all
mucly advertised foods. Hence. I
never read a line of the many 'ads.'
of Gi'ape-Nuts, nor tested the foo-d
till last winter.
"While in Corpus Christi for rry
health, and visiting my youngest so'i,
who has four of the ruddiest, he:.lth
iest little boys I ever saw. I ate my
first dish of Grape-Nuts food for sup
per with my little grandsons. I be
came exceedingly fond of it and have
eaten a package of it every week since.
and find it a delicious, refreshing and
strengthening food, leaving no ill ef
fects whatever, causing no eructations
(with which I was formerly much
troubled), no sense of fullness. nrausea,
nor distress of stomach in any way.
"There is no other food that agrees
with me so well, or sits as lightly or
pinsantly upon my stomach~ as this
doe1C. I aml stronger and more ( tive
ie I beemn the use of Grap-N\uts
i!-n I have b een f'or ten years!'. andi 'm
n1 !nn'ger tr'ub lel with1 nun-ea an in '
Co..'' Unte-a : '1'
Lo0 tk in ex-h pkg for tLie fam'ous
littl- --Ut) n .. I to Welll
Largcst Mcose on Record.
Prchably the larg~s'. oese of wheil
there is re-iable rccoru was shot b:
Carl Rungiu -, the animal painter. it
N~w Brin;wik. in Ri. This grea
beast stood seven feet high at th.
shouiders and the length of its heat
and body together was nine feet seei
inches. The Alaskan moose have the
largest antlers, and one pair from a,
animal shot on the Kenai peninsul:
has a sprcad of 78.. inches, and ha:
34 points. With the dry skull to whicl
they are attached. these antlers weigl
03% pounds. a weight which nothint
imt an animal of gigantic strengtl
could carry at top speed over thi
roughest ground and through thickl:
Their Choice of Hymns.
When Burten Holmes. the lecturcr,
was in England the past summer he
visited a famous prison. He was
there on Sunday and attended the
church services. The prisonErs were
permit'ed to select the hymns that
they were to sing, and Mr. Holmes
said that thEy: threw much feeling
into "Frer From rhe Law, 0 Happy
The la.st hymn was "God Be With
You Till We Meet Again." This
seemed curious to the visitor. espe
cially as he noticed that many of the
convicts smiled broadly wnile sing
ing. He inqzpired about the song, and
the warden explained that a prisonei
w'o had bcen there for years was tc
be discharged the next day.-BcstoD
Two Blind Brothers.
A wonderful couple are t'he Barror
brothers, who live on Broad street.
Although they are both totally blini
and have been so afflicted since birth.
they are well educated and .well read.
They are about twenty and twenty
three years of age, respectively
They go arm in arm w~herever they
want to go, without the aid of a guide
or even a walking cane. They are
familiar with the town and go about
the streets, dodging teams and street
cars and never jostle igainst their
fellow p.edestrians. The frequently
visit the psstoffice and can go to any
store in town if given ordinary direc
tions for finding it. They are cheer
ful and get more out of life rhan many
who are more fortunate.-Atlanta
Use Longinan & martinez Paint.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for linseed oil,
which vou do in ready-for-use pamt.
BuV *oil fresh from the barre at 60 cents
per gallon. and mix it with Longman &
artinez L. & 'M. Paint.
It makes paint cost about -51.20 per
James S. Barron, President Manchester
Cotton 31ills, Rock Hil!. S. C.. writes:
-In 1883 1 p-inted my residence with L. &
1. It loo:., better than a great many
houses painted three years ago. '
Sold everywhere and by Longman &
artinez. Ncw York. Paint Makers for
Bulgaria is piacing immense orders for
war material in Europe.
NO TONGUE CAN TELL~
Iow I Suffere:t Withi liching and
Bleedin: Eczema Until Cured
"No tongue can tefl how I suffered for
ive years with a terribly paini-., it-ehineg
and blee~ding eczema. my body and face
ein;: co-:ered with sores. Never in my
lie did I extperienice such awfin suffermng.
nd I lesged for~ deat. which I. fe wa
r. I hadtied dctors and mici:es
hat I trv (ai eu r. 1 i teb:t afwLr the
irt ~.h v ti nujura 'o,:t aind ane up
con citively . i-ed. 3!'-. A. Et
on, be'u. lich
rrrnch I'rintingi ' ranic Exhibitio-1.
Fotltlowin Biltishe lpraeLcd(ent of 2.004,
inu inter::riontal exiill->n1 of tirinting.
unt I :ii graphi ar:e:1ts is to bie held in
P:ris in 1.;00. It is to be the largest
how of the kinad ever' ield. Paper
~vill. it i'. s'ited, be s4hown~ int operation.
We ofter One Huindred Dallars Retvard for
mycase of Cat'.era taat cannot be cured 'o
aail's Catarra1 Care.
F . J. LInENEr & C'o.. Toledo. 0.
We, the unuersigned, have known 'F. J.
Cheney bor the mast T5years, and believehinm
>eretly honorable in all business transac
tions and I1anaeily aile to carry out aaj
bigaton~s made by their tirem.
EsT & TRC.Cz, Wuolesale Druggists, To
WAL-mSG, irssis & M~rnvis, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, U.
Hall's Catarra Care is taz-a internally. a::
~g directly upon the blood and mnucoussar
laces of the system. Testiniaals sent free.
Price,75e. per bntte. Sold oy all Dragg'lsts .
Take flail's Fauly Pills for constipation.
A Nickle's Worth of Jumps.
"A small boy came into my store the
other day." remarked the druggist.
and asked for five cents' worth of
umps.' Now what do you suppose
When everybody gave it up the drug
gist told them what the boy had been
sent for was hops.-New York Press.
To further intro
premiums free to
Cut out these coupon
the many articles and1
you get a superior bakin
-se you of go,
I in thiewr
'OD the counti
-it at the lta
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Nervousness i ey c oon aong
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reror oity nervous vteali nTes:en
dresbecmet boodte forewat pre r
..ru.. a. ee..c Id
Thioues is ey truemin th.mprng
weon. Ever sprditn du hosto mva
nev ete.Tht you wantre LION th
rbess fore an will
Say Plai.ny no
What About the Unie
of housekeepers who ha
for over a quarter 4
Is there any s Ironger p
Nev s iis
'( ~ -J see
s.ve these Lion-heads
SOLD BY GROCEJ
"I write to le8 you know how I appreciate your
Cascarets. I cmmenced taking them last Novem
btr and took two ten cent boxes and passed tape
worm 14 ft. long. Then I commenced taking them
again and Wednesday. Apr'l 4th. I passed another
tape worm 28 ft. long and rin a thousand smanl
worms. Previous to my takinag Cascarets I didn't
know I had a tape-worm. [always had a small
aPete."b ' 18e Franklin St.. Brooklyn, . Y.
Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good,
so In 'l. ho genuine ablet ed
Guaranfeed to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 594
ANNUAL SAL TEN MIt WGN BOXES
e inU~ homupson' Eye Water
uce Good Luck Baking Powder, we;
all users. On the label of every can a
and save them. The little gift book
ils how to get them free. Besides
powder and it costs you but 10c per ;
:ellent leavening qualities. It is powerfui in
akes exceedingly light bakings. Its positive
d baking results. Through these superior
g powder ha~s reached the largest sale of any i
. Carloads and trainloads are shipped to
. This tremendous sale makes it possible
e price of 10c per pouind can. Insist upon
~g Powder and get a superior article at a n:
THiE SOUTHERN MFG. CO.
11 4-39'ausn a es a a s ins
erves.r h Nrvs
This can be easily obviated by using
Peruna. Peruna strikes at the 'root o
the difficulty by correcting the digestion.
Digestion furnishes nutrition ror the
nerve centres. Properly digested food
; furnishes these reservoirs of life with vital
l ity which leads to strong, steady nervesw
I azid thus nourishes life.
Peruna is in great favor among women,
especially those who have vocations that
are trying to the nerves.
Buy a bottle of Peruma to-day.
If you d o -not receivee all the bene
jits Iron Peruna that -you ex pect
ed. write to Dr. S. B. Hartman,
10FFEE always, and he,
not try to sell you any
cae for our opinon, but
d Judgment of MIAesO
7e used LION COFFEE
>f a century ?
rofo mrt ta h
Confdenc of he Popl
Pern Ftor s tdhell roasten
:s-rnprued aoste rctfee, l ofhweh
Serosedt. em, ut n
Tis ueand ean oate b wheng
Peuna h etrn. sold t ho onl'
.Dpckges.frihsnurto o h
nerver cnrs pry digestdgfoo
furnishluatble presemims.o iewihvt
Bettywhic leas stroe, steady anerd
Perris inarea farore among omenh
especibally apied tho he voaionsT tha
ar inr to fuhe ervfiest uliy
u Bs a botilzer ontaining notless
tha j~ ro perun cetatuae et
Po ebs otas
cen for our pcincan bsoutfratot
specia fert ilizers -th e atoia
teatie.en o f rfo the asking.
ever incrasin Nasusait..o
ted at the tlantai. s.
re itersngkvalualeyrate n
evllye foud in sealepon.k
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