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TWO OPEN LETTERS
IMPORTANT TO NARRiED WOMEN .
Mrs. Mary Dlmmick of Washington tells
How Lydia -. ?inkham's Vegetchie
Compourd Made Her Well.
it is with great pleasure we publish
the following letters. as they convinc
ingly prove the claim we have so many
times made in our columns that 1rs.
Pinkham. of Lynn, Mass.. is fully quali
fledto give helpful advice to sik w'omen. i
Read Mrs. Dimmick's letters.
Her first letter:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
I have been a sufferer for the past eight
years with a trouble which first originated
from paiinful periods-the pains were exeruci
ating, with i:lamnation and ulceration of the
female orgar.s. The doctor says I must hav e
an operation or I cannot live. I do not want s
to submit, to an operation if I can possibly t
avoid it. Please help me."-3Mrs. Mary b
Dimnich, Washington. D. C.
Her second letter:
Dear Mrs. Pinkhan:
You w ill remnemiber my condition when I t
last wrote vui, and that~ the doctor sid I
niust have- an operation or I could not live.
1 received vour kind letter and followed your
advice very cairefully and aun no'w entirely
well. As mv vase was so serions it. seems a
niracle that I an cured. 1 know that I owe F
not only my health but niv life to Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Conipounid and to your
advice. I ca: walk miles without an ache or t
a pain, and I wish every suffering woman n
would read this letter aid realize what you 1
can do for thnem."-Mrs. Mary Dimnmick. 59th r
and East Capitol Streets. Washington, ). C.
How easy it was for Mrs. Dimmick to
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn. Mass.,
and how little it cost her-a two-cent b
stamp. Yet how valuable was the reply!
As Mrs. Dimmick savs-it saved her life.
Mrs. Pinkhain has on file thousands
of just such letters as the above, and
offers ailing women helpful advice.
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= & $310 SH MEN
f. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
1 - a
,LY 6. 1876.
W.,LDOUGLAS MAKES &SELLS MORE I
MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THA NANYOTHER
MANUFADTURER IN THE WORLD.
1000RE WARD to anyone who cain
t~ ,UUdisprove this saeet
lIi could takc you into my three large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and show you the infinite
care with which every pair of shoes is made, you
would realize why W. L Douglas 53.50 shoes
cost more to make, why they hold their shape. S
fit better, wear longer, and are of greater I
itnsic value than any other $3.30 shoe.
WL.Douglns Strong Made Shoes for
Men, $2.50, $2.00. Boys' School &
CA UT!O N.-!usist upon hauing W.L.D~oug
las shoe'. Ta ke no substitute. Nonei genoine
without his name and pri-e stamped on bottomn.
Fat Color E yelets usedt; they will not wear brassy.
Write for Illustr~ated Catalog.
W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mass.u
D~y Way Qf Comparison
At the bottom is a picture of a farm
on which oiurtfertilizers were not used.
Notice the very poot growth F7~At the
top, therelisa photograph of the fieldd
of a planter who believes in the liberal
use of only
See the good, even stand, and tall,
luxuriant plants ? You .can see many
other intes etinwr plctures of farms
like these on which 'the crops of poor
and good yields are comnpared, in our
large, pretty almanac. Ask your dealer
for It. or send us 6c. in stamps to pay
the cost of wrapping and postage.
"Increase your yields per acre" by us
ing Virginla-~Oarolina Fertilizers. Buy
Virginia - Carolina Chemilcal
Richmond. Va. Atlanta, Ga.I
Norfolk. Va?. Savannah, Ga. &
Durham. N. C. Montgomery. Ala.
Charleston, S. C. Memphis. Tenn.
Baltimore, Md. Shreveport, La.
eyea, nteredubo E..at .
an. al kid of c'aren p'ant<.C
pe i of h.: me .t aul ble sem ii
tuSau-e atc.fam. PnS
. t .i r. 1t of' De". L
.~eoesn r Re . a.1 prs
wui;sven operc.-ut. les taan
$1.pr h u n I. Ni.'t:s
get.. . rn..n wh::esp5.
. o.R. :::-ts.S. -. I ii n
baetiuh( an F..yrinmn:aI
or veprgtable, og~ eriaiy vaU.,ai-;. he resit '. th
give you a: aiy .a.g-ours respecit-.liy.-.N. H. 1:L.1
- 0CUE TiIE GRI
*INOErYI S G't
3i9 GRIP, BAD 01
. .. Iwon'tsell Anti
NO pg g ..Call for your )l
-a ' *r w-. W.D2Nweie
Tommy and Thanksgiving.
Co 1. ol. of 'issouri. was talkin'
\\-e ail ieve in i." lie ai.'bu!
a to sec. l:rcughl about a:
iloesC <xns.'. \Ve are lihe, too.
eri;: X iKansas C'iy :07.
.T..s oly's nolihe r said to him, On
er ruri. from a long day's shopping
-i the 'Ti: anksgivin seasn:
"T,\o I hope lmy l i, Tonimy has
aken t ht:art main.a's talk of last
abou eharity and usefulness.
;inCe he has f:V w trouibles of his own.
hope I- has thought of others' trou
les all day lung. Since he has many
auses for tianksgiviiig himself, I
.o00 h has Tried to give causes for
hanksgiving to others? What is my
'onimy's report for the day? How
aany avi s of kindness has he done?
low much woe has he lightened. How
any hcarts has my Tommy made
iateful and gladT
"In thi; rather mushy way spoke
he good yom.g nother. And lier Toni
Ive one a whole lot of good, ma.
gave your nev. hat to a beggar wo
nain. ;itl I gave the cook's shoes to a
itl :iri in busted rubbers what I
Een on niw street. and I gave a poor
anie :.lho string seller pa's black ev'
i;g suit. ithe open front one that he
iardly e.vt wears.
ureR Rheutuatism and Catarrih--IMedicine
Se''iu:O :il +--- 4im1v write and ry
a' .. od Balm a: our e-xpense. B
mo'ie !" 1e INai i I.B.1B.) kill or de
r' vs the i'visq' ni in the blood which eausts
e awful nivh-s in ba-k and shoulder
lt ites, ii" pains. diim'utt in novn
nigers, to.es or legs, ho-ne plains. Swollen
mnd jo-ir.;s l.. rheumatiSm, or the
il 'reath, hi king, sIiitting, drol"pig in
broat. had hiaring, spe(ks flying be
ire the *.ye.s. all plaved mit f'1-ling of 'a
irrl:. Borani'- Biod 1aln has ,urpd hun
r,-ds of -a--s o*f 30 or 4) years' standing
fter doet''r. itt spring and patent mend-.i
ines had all fniled. Most of these c:red
atie.t-. had. tlei ll.od i:almi as a hnot rc
ort. It iP especially advised for chronin.
e Iipossihle for any one
>suTer the agonies or sviptons of rheut
intism -r .-atarrh while or after taking
lood Balm. It makes the blood pure and
ih. thereby giving a hsalthy blood supply.
iures are lpermianeit and not a patching up.
rag stores. i1 per large bottle. Sample o)
lo'd Bain .-ent free and prepaid, also spee
il medical advice by describing your trou
le and writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
Nmunes ar'rests of editors in the Ru.
ian provinces continue.
S106 Reward. $100.
The readers of this paipr will be pleasedi,.
arn that ther- is at least one dreaded dir
ase that seiecue has been ablo to -ure in all
Ls stages, and t hat is Caturrh. Hall's Catarrh
ure is the oniv tositive cure now knowa to
he medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
titutional diiease. requires a (onstitutional
ratment. Hall's CatarrhCure is taken inter
.ally.aeting directly upon the blood and mu
ous surtar-es of the system,thereby destroy
ng the foundation of the disease. and giving
he patienet strength by building up the con
titution and assisting nature in doing its
verk. The proprietors have so much faith in
ts curative powers that they offer One Nun
tred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
'end for list of testimonials. Address
F. J. CENEY A Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by'. Druggists, 75".
Take Hiall's F"amnily Pills for constipation.
In tweh-e marriages out of every niundred
ne of the parties has been married be
Taylor's Cherokee Remnedy of Sweet Gum
nd Mullen is Nature's ;great remedy-Cures
oughs, Colds. Croup and Consumptionand
11 throat and lung troubles. At druggists:
sc., 50e. and $1.00 per botle.
Korea has a population of 6,300,000.
ieoul, the capital, has 22,00.
'ITS permanetty cured. No ats or nervous
ess after first day's us* of Dr. Kline's Great
er-e R'estorer62trialhottleandtreatis afree
r. RI.H. Erasts, Ltd.,931 Arch St.,Phila., P'a
Abraham Lincoln was nine years old
rhen his mother died.
A Guazranteed1 Cure F"or Piles.
t-hin;;. Blind. lileedinmi, Protruding Piles.
Suents are authorized t o refund money i f
'aoOint mentraiis to eura in 6 to14 days.~>0t
Bacon vahlied at $30.000.000 was imported
y Great Br:itain in 1904.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolfordl'
anitary Lotion; never fails. Sold by
ruggists. Mail orders promptly filled
y Dr. Detehon,(rawfordsville, Ind. i61.
The poet Tlenunyson died with a voume
iShakespeare in. his han.d.
H. H. GnEEN's SO~s, of Atlanta, Ga., are
be only succesful Dro psy Specialists in t he
:orld. See their liberal offer in advertise
.ent in another column of this paper.
There arc no newsboys in Spain. Women
ell ecwspapers on the street.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
'ake Lazative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
)rugists refund money if it fails to cure. E.
V. Grove's signature on each box. 25'.
Nearly 5000 miles of railroad were built
ere during 1905.
No doubt you'll need a 406
eSUIT or SIlCKER
\ this season.
M'ke no mistake - it's the kind
tnat's guaranteed tokeepyouadry
n 'd conmfo'table in the harest
str.Maei Black or el
low. Soldby all reliable dealers.
A. J. TOWER Co.,
III DID Quick
R.emnove all swelling in 8 to 2U
days: effectsa permanent cure
i pot 6o days. Trit eatment
given '-ee. tpth'ingean be fair.er
*WieDr. H. H . een's Sons,
Soccialisis. Ecx B Atlanta.Ga.
w ' or ,e wrh of :.-ad'n 1:'i novelie-s iuno"
C est Garderdeein. ls nrP: u f U.n'ieral 're
i.umI Couou :re" I, wan .iery orcer
sI CE LE RYPlants'
in now furnish ali kinds of cbbag - (
:will .tan.'1 Cr' It cot'd . r. wni ro
'n. n\ e so ti"n- '. piant" 'n'ua 2
c.reull . cou:ntd and prp- r'y r:e
wriniI-n.' rate- e'rie-: sn:I Iot
to 1.a :.er thou-n '. F..'. Rt 'l-g-~
..tl--eu:Il wre. w "l tb--~ pl a .
-cu (OMPANY: f'MM-:TTS. S.
7ARANTEED TO CURE
OLD, HIEADACHIE AN~D NEURALGIA.
Grpne to a dealer who won't Guarantee It,.
OEY BACK IF IT DOE$!N'T CUEE.
OUR REGULAR SUNDAY SERMO
Tfe Ethics of Christianity Lead O
to Higher ani Better Living :
a man of:! ;-, 1ve e lali :1 :
Ixc .!m 1,peaker1.1 His cu."~ :x u:
I Irl~i) ni. m v% os wio,
o in C w- i-:;s 'lris Il! Ic! . M1
wvill :!t up mineII eyes unto( the Is
frai:in when itCc eem iy helrp. .1
elp n -I.h on. 1 he Lord. who mi it.
hal-ea and ar11 h." Mr. iaer said
It is from the l.;hts that we:
m-wIdes: vision. It is from i
heig;hts, of hu1man ttinen that I;,
see life most Truly. To g:hin ihe
1iehtlis w:- need to go where Chri,
has niimbe:. There are certain il:
dents in His life vhih preserve t
is 11he intin.ate conilection betweeni il
trith of IIIs life :md the place whI
! *i s reve.a'etd ill its fullness. I.<
Is lift up our eyes nato tl:e hills, ro;
wivhfee coithcl m- help.
I'l, into a mom:t. wihL few ebloze
isciples. le went l-yv night to pra.
uthe darkr-kis of the night t h0.4
wlho acco'pnitilted imuw beheld a visioi
Before them; w:s tle Son of .1;ua
trainsligured. with shining face an
itmeliOi 1 ::gclow. 1Then there re.m
i Vaice from 3g)d. *This is my belove
son. liear Hlim."
H1w often in the days to come lmls
t hey have ree-nied that vih.iont wit
-oY. 11ov ofteni in the night of thei
perpiexiy. when they quesztioned wbr
ic do, imlust they have heard the voie(
"Tlis is my Son. hear Him." Thec-i
brethren saw not thvio n5L0i. heard ut
the voice. Inl the valley below the
slept. They had iot 'een asked to g
with their .ulaster. ::'d they dlid rigL
tol rost their varill framies fog th
Work of h 'oi-ow. Bu those wh
wvent with hill :ax thle vision an1
eard the \olvo nt hieh deelared I
them thai t whatever other te:icher
were, ol h.ad auahr. the perfect niov
was come. :il the iiip"rfect wais (on1
away. The glory of the morning sta
is Swallowe(i up in the light of th
sun. which it foretells. So. tay b:
day. these men saw in Him th: tramls
liguration of humanity. the glcry of
life lived with the Father: they hear
the voice of that Father sayitg. "Thi
is my Son. hear lim," and knewi
Christ the perfiection of sonshtip a
God intended it to b-.
Is this a visiI on of past history' -
pa.:e torn fromi the bioralphy o
Iesus of N zarotlh'? Is this a day whe:
there is no visiul. and no prophet: i
thi., the lonliLI.*t God far away. an
must one ;ourney to the Holy Lan:
to see it? Nay: since le trod th
oarth. all lands :tre holy. :Ind we ia,
_o into the mount. may gain a visio:
ald hear a voice. For the glory o
Christ is not dimmcd. nor the voiC
of God stilled. As one looks baC]
through the vista of centuries an(
asks for tile force which has uplifte
man. ther2 dawns upon him for an
sxwer the vision of th:- transfigurei
Christ. As one seeciks for the highes
nspiration of brush and chisel. agant
::lear-er or dlimmller. as h~e may see. ther
stands before him the vision cf th
transligured man. As hie gazes a1
glorious eathledrals. wondering at th
greatness of the work and the beaut;
of the art. again the Son of Man ait
pears as the Alpha and Omega. th
beginning of the :ispiratien,. the emL
of all the l'aith.
.Ab. ye.- ando o:. need not go I
mi- -'erpieces of art to discern thL
I ransligur-cd m'ai. Cboser- and near-e
is Hie in. us inl lie tiu in cauvas or- il
iCnle. Wheever man11 kneels dlown il
prayer, where m- in thought he lift
up) his heart to God. wherever in I im
->f mieditattioni he goes apart to be wit]
the Fa the:. there Colles aL vision o)
transfiguired mnT. glowing with th
ltory of Godl. The young mant loo!;in;
out into .nc wor-ld. the old raanLf wait
.!i nS isummonls home. each may hay
his visionl ad m~ uust haive it. if h
wvould do his wxor-k aright. How soi
aur life as Christians would be if a]
We did was dahily r-ounts of duty on th
.readlkLL of existence. How long th
'-'-s --ould he": how ..yless the taskh
IWIth 4(ur son-l.t ait e.-t a stoce chant1
):id we~ary (eyes were closed, and wd-ar;
Bandus were fauded on the br-east. fun
I hat. is nt t he Christian life-. It is l if
ad mo~re naundant, with ta otutlool
m d ii- hlope. In1 study of thle Scrip
I ures. -n munsins.:s wvhsn the heart is to
fuil for spechi, in hours of worshi
wnen heal-is and voices are upraise
to God, there may come to us a visio:
of strength. of truth, of the b)ette
mian to be. the answer to all our panl
ing and throbbing desires to come int
the fullness of life. It may be din:
blecause our eyes are dull. But as ou
eyes grow brighter. the inldistiuetnes
fades away into the glory of th
transiigured man Christ Jesus. ThI
vision of man is given to us in IHin:
We long, too, for knowledge of God
as we creep up -"the great altar stair
Iwhich siope through dar-kness up t
God." far, far above us we see th
light of the eternal glory. And as w
Idraw nearer, the light resolv-es itsel
into the face of the transtigur-ed One
'-We have tile knowledge of the glor;
of God in the face of Jesus Christ," i'
whom God graciously veiled Hi
brightness that our weak eyes migh
Our fullest viSion of God and on
clear-est vision of man are had in [Hirt
We maiy see H im in life of nzob:e ma
an~d pur-e wvoman as we walk thlroug
tihe streets. We may suddenly b
brightened in the darknesas of a h-um
of sill by a -glimpse of Chlrist shinin
through the hfe of one who lives wit
Him. Let us ever seek for- that visio
of Chriist ill tile life of our fellows. an
if we seek. we shall find. But let u1
r-lelebe thait it is wvell to take tim
withb Him ill worship, inl family prayec
where two or- thlree are ;:athered tr
zether. inl our owvn commluin;fl wit
the F-atheri. ,s w go :ipart in th
miount Iof priye'r, which b- thle moour
of vision. the mounit (of gilry.
AXnother visioi. not now on mounltai
Ligh. :tpa:rt fr-o:nl others, with veili c
night dr-awnu down. buzt in light of dla
on little knoll by side of roiad wher'
throngs f-rm the city pass5. Thre
crosses rellred blahck aga ist thles:
anad the form of im in the midst is a
thle formI ot Himn who was tr-ansiigu;re
onl the mlounit. Whecn He ca me oOw
from the mon t of tranisiiguration H1
met His disciples~at the foot of the hi
surrounded by a curious5011 ad Iaput in
er~o'vd. There was a strife of tonignet
ther~e wais need and sorrow Cf ma1
there -:as weaknless of HIs follower
Thei e-a w*s made on1 '1im. andit
Iawa*:y. the~ diistressed thrln:.;h i
str:ethI waIs re-.tored toa0:-.Th
Jeuslie: F~omW vfIis i to. serv
10rm: r4.nun~ioni(' w-ith GodL( to servi
''f umn: fr~omi IiiaZtrantigu Iin :o Crn
lixion. Hisi life was ai lie of serti
lHe .- ae no'~t to be muinisteredl an
but to iniister: He was a teaceher
prea,,ner, asete rrh of (hod amU
L.1 in w it'. H :
n h ne iiw itoe relc' -i :he ':':0 ,
1 E1 wi lif '14 1 I 441 511 5:"u:'i:
S In v; ::m leure i m 1 i 1ha 4:e
* t.b. 05in1. 14terna!!y rbtl : Ii e ::.iU '2
m ni w,- ighlO t have e111~l
Tle .h dlept h of s in I Ih w h s
'.OI ' ' f H is the Crt .(t S '
th~e 4Cei'f~' il'erin up hof r elf tor
Ve 1i w \N-e I T Ih.ere t' w ." 1"
o of t:u: . From overY r
beli.nr losinig power. lut thed ol ha
e.We kijmv.x. is 1o0. It "till Insie
I I plifts. iheen Ois e it is life ill Gotl
Cihan.: is oil the face of th e:rlh;
nw :m4d Sagell things are tauht
;comi*er- s even as the goOspel of Ch;s
the .vetl1ying waiters Of life rulsh o .and1 .
ro. na1. t imves One .s temptedo
'lie that th:'e e o w1 is a revesi to e
t in spiril ::1 :oings. We pass fromi 1 tis ,
h1-b wiwvr. we "are ga.thered 11 w1
Ship God w\\ith the ice of -e- I
i- it i C\.tnd melody. the sound of r y, N .i -
silnc oformdtiI, whih ws
;I ileld wie Got'l -nice, into m life
wi . 011:.:- m .-The n. a e o in
Tere in th ltth;in; , or beist i: p:ay
Il 1111(n.I lle t t 01r'speul ve. i - -
. Thy n-e very criti al 1
in ihat lbs::e 1 tollwh-. Sh:Ill
lis . wh voice will SO i t he 114p
amttmale .;, 1ra eitm? Wt i . ut
the old *n v roi or teandurniion:
.1 1 o l i l May 1. er Ihv eiiii
"This ; i my Son. hear Him." Study
Hlis, war;.1,-'to asc rt i l: h ruth -,o
tr i;r the inquiries ofviL mnst mi.Bt
with :II 1t u liec14 .hat we Cn1 ie -
wee eer C1 n:1 to ',I, tluth i oi *,hat
wI: Until in oil'.;if,- l
;ive ae i.s 11L:hee t ehe: H
-''.:eed:i i f 1(1o f is e eat. I -:t l a
bles i1-d prix ilegig t_-e n fity mIv :It
with (.oil 11t the viSi.n nm I ISt p.s
inrto oevie. s 44 1 o down, and by :
w ani life efhrv the vionb whfich
We hanve ad truth0. and !ove. It zi Iv
men osit. I. Hefout tha eto serv1e1
I m'iwll 1:i 11 cost, as olrl a d
weries, f oy :V. e!n.en :
Ixp: hatioI as siriS followerweI* shal
have i' lurO? lMl ihiro
no1 twi allr is milundrstandin1gs.11
tenDiaion fr~llforrune :tlid pow'w (
and M:iatiny3ty ihre not be ard- o
hips'l frt u loa sevice Cost naulht?
It ope Ilim the cross. Aud thr dis
-iple .- not aboveh. is wins Thr
nerrwe come to realiziJng h iso.
the perii. an the closer we W i
to Calvary :n *h m ering up of Sel'.
for ""!:,ors. This mount Of Cervlvc :1nd11
wariie Is nlot f.1r awa. iacesi.
peak e.:Pped v.ih the everlasking s1nw.
The service is here. whiere thros o'
m11) ia ,o and fro: it is a lowly
I 1mi. lthe monlliu t oService; in tII
turmoi Ild dusti, o0f the streets, amoni
hulsy meni throngLing-the city oif m1:11.,
which shounld b the city of God. It il
lowly. ye:. bulite -n d to eIh. EaIrdsfLn
-ar to -o up*)o 1Mount of prayere atd
miin the vhinof what we ought '.o
be ti ha l in o S lif e of service at
we ought. Buit than ks be to Him
who j.s with ui, onl Calvary as on Trans
iguratioi. His dspirt strengthens and
helps us and enables us to offer ur
seles liing s-acrifice, holy. a Ccet
Sable ino Gof. "Mhelp commeth fro;l
I this al-vson serce du " e
Nay.t hi stnite is not la of
ea. bu1t a h law f' splite ualdhism,
came that e) migh'av li fe.i. O: andl
*ae it oettiif abunanty. Crsint
is fe otideth Af tiew weeks oft.e:'.
the erninxlio.~ ion othe: houwa
a g11hering ofmn t lo inrg tuhr
f ix en U::m whiws he ientwe of the;
-oup:i'. ane hi ormEl wts 'at the foi
ofim who~t:1 hitad beenf iled to the r
croay. If e sne. yei'tiard. wGivnt
them cist.. wemad behod Hs hiledie
Gor. 111 IIeU asce'ndd~ ino haven. Viscon.
seiice,~ii ttdre lit'e-o vsin thanritiat
whw (He11 knw o .gh. w thlarrrange
(I i transwatio intoel a lf of Service.
wi the pilerec glo. ohh Hen had.li
He hads moremoe int eile lienand
) fisi .ad ndh Sthronesuit Gord.I
wtheddA' IIitg beter. gloriour n
Sun::n'.ation ofsch aboie. all crwning
t adins enntled to1( its raest n heighlon.
-'1dea2;. :t he lw f piitallie
leu ' halyiovc hislfe lfo:' My ake.
tlnda hi. that humv iI Let hm~ ell
eH:l d0. Ho tha bnond diwn :inm
FoWhe I ruthak do th thnk of -en
sioe: Is am i::pifel dor Imn to whaU~'ih
hN one Aihoroit rI visn the throueh
evic. 1 Sctc wronitewis to wusm
wihicn istitfwon tod losng fo a fule
lifed ter inwicnrow whe gift,
mm-t weii be couten withi he re
in obiritol at)tainet innoa10 cohacr
ay.r If1 we; e Cistins. we'CI eno
Sheicnte as we.ha bel thecisof
an tvacrifi:~er1 and on th hill cAdn
i fule and large life tan thatd
wi eath li~.1 affrds i~th elere anite
ofv:!n wthlarger realm of1th seride
with riche glory of the manCI. as Hen
comes"' O moer. and mor int the kns
of is- I1r and viourxI Jsus Critas,
th0 imt i swet'ae ta le, notin
. 'tron;: aw notin higr notthen
bro'der "m tthin beer. eithers to
eav te 014 ah eased lovefieor
of Gd.1 and. r:isng bon. alcrae
D1 I etest loe inus thae wol Ise
\.hen ~ni. m we ad tikofH
Barm.er Exports of Leather.
6:;.oris oflenhr :tnd latior ii
B':utrs Lrain the! Unitecil State.S<
r,-, the yli:!ar vear 1905. vere
argest (in tiiveti. iays a imiletini
ned ~ ~ ~ 7 beimbreu )sail1!tis
.atmen11i t i*( commeriCce andl la
hev were valued at :'.94(6
eaini: t:?24.492 in 9i4. .92~1
14 in n90t, andk !2.275. 70 in 1
Pur3 Food Legislation.
'The fre' uent fleni":S report. d
'Sul t ing from i eating colorell aI
mlicate that the confectionary
i noit so SueiesiNl in it. mixture:
he eieintiit who recently -ave
'svilt'liei <dinner., The b~ri.-.1lil
olors of, eandies the mnore attr.ae
[ is t, ehiliren. and also. a5 n r
he deadlitri it is. Pure food le
.tion ;s yet a long way baekwar
I-'igliteen p.eiSon s were iijureil i
:reek oin il- Coal and Coke rail
ear ('lay ('"urI li'ue. W. Va.
Peop'e uw demand the righit
miow exactly nhat they eat.
To be told ly maker or retailer 1
he food is "pure" is not satisfacto
Candy may contain "pure" white
r "jiure" dyes and yet be very i
A. Syrups may contain "pure"
oe nnd yet be quite digestlble
vei beneficial. Tomato catsup i
-ontain a small amount of salicyli,
oracle acid as a necessary prese:
ive. which may agree with one ant
inrmful to another.
Wheat gour may contain a portio:
'()jLr flour and really be Impro
)live oil may be made of cotton i
ai!. Butter may contain beef suet
et be nutritious.
The person who buys and eats n
rotect himself and family. and he
i right to. and now demands, a
mnder which lie can make Inteilit
eleecion of fooi.
Many pure food bills have been
roduced and some paqsed by S
egslatures; many have been of(
o Congress, but all thus far seem
It has seemed difficult for Politic,
o formulate a satisfactory bill 1
would protect the common people
-et avoid harm to honest makers
prevent endless trouble to retailers.
:overnment commission or officer
he right to fix "food standards" to
ine what the people shall and shall
at, for what agrees with one may
gree with another and such act w<
ieprive the common citizen of his
onal liberty. The Postum Cereal
Ad., perhaps the largest makers
repared foods in the world, have:
rally a close knowledge of the ni
f the people and the details of
usiness of the purveyors, (the re
rocer) and, guided by this experie
are prepared a bill for submissio:
~ongress which is Intended to ac
lish the desired ends, and Inasmi
. a citizen of the U. S. has a righ
ood protection even when he en
ntother State it is deemed.proper
he gov't take control of this ma
ndl provide a 1.ational law to got
.11 the States. A copy of the bi!
See. 1 governs the maker whether
'od is put up in small packages sea
r in barrels. boxed or otherwise.
Sec. 2 governs the retailer, who
pen a barrel and sell the food
mail quantities. When he puts
oods into a paper bag lhe must;
nelose a printed copy of the staten
f the maker which was affiXed to
riginal pkg. and inasmuch as the
aler cannot undertake to guarai
he statement of ingredients he n
>lish the statement of the mal
Ed add his own name and addres!
tguarantee of his selling the fooi
t is represented io him which reil(
he retailer of responsibility of
'ruth of the statement and throw~
ipon the mker, where it properly
The remnain~ng sections explain th
The Postum Cereail Co.. Ltd., for
imiple. have from the beginning of
~xistence printed on the outside ofC
id every pag of Postum and Gra
Kits food at truthful and exact st
ent of what the contents were n
if in order that the consumer m
inow precisely what he or she was
ng. A person desiring to buy, fou
stae, strictly pure fruit jelly
'illing to pay the price has a righ
expect not only an equivalent for
vst but a further right to certa
is to what he eats. Or he may
illing to buy at less cost a felly nr
>art of fruit juices. sugar and a por
>f glucose. But he must be supj
ith truthful information of the in
ilents and be permitted to use his
g.nal liberty to seleet his own
Thepeple have allowed the
nurder of infants and adults, by tr
makers of food, drink and drugs t<
y about long enough. ' Duty to one
Family and na'tion demands that e
man and woman join in an organ
ovement to clear our people from~
light. You may not be able to go
sonally to Washingtou to impress:
Congressman. hut you can, in a
Gfetve way tell him by letter
you desire him to represent you.
Remember the Congressman it
Congress to represeut the people
is distrIct anid If a goodly numbe
itizens express their views to hia
s~eures a very sure guide to duty.
member also that the safety of
pele is assured by insisting thai
will of the people be carried out,
not the machinations of the few
This pure food legislation is a
movement of the people for public
tetion. It will be opposed only
those who fatten their p)ockets by
eivhig and injuring the people. Ti
fre. if your Represeintative in
ress~ ev'ades 1his patrioile duty hold
to strict a count abhilhy anjd if nees~
demand ejuital le and honest ser
Ths lIsa lery dliffereint condition
when a f:;tion :imnds class let
thin (it tiC Congressmian. Se'
te olemmnIr ain indu stry, andii
power(' of iorganizaionu forced cias
isation rea y un wor.by of a fre
pie Wour.people. wanited beet
butter he-au-e it wa's cheap and bh
than~ much uniemeumlk hurter. but
ihiiryi~ interests ii, oranized and foree
leilation. T he inw should have
vided that pikgs. of oleoiamargaru ine
the statement of' ingredients and
let people wvho desire purchase i'
just what it is, and not try to killi
a heavy tax. Manufacturers
m. es trn tonre measures In
Step towan:t th lil-w!I of itisr
th 11 kis~s neW". a bestows u0,140:
- --i-es itishexp:i
de.si les of a hotel vlerk.
bor. If a man has toi mh liptage to
>1). comnu111t suu-avile whien he is inlrl bh
he nice th lab i
way tlie bait and the ;ish do :!l the
Work for von till the inn boizin-.
Sharps and Flats.
It takes a woman to fitugure out iliI
ie. is a ood deed. which tle recoal
it 1 .nil will relieiber. to forge!
hop to pay her fare in a crowded si reel
c1r iil put it inl tle collection plfat
1 Rc st In i1)11 irtlo:hl ih iipirtinniPiWCe 141
t ki a -irl when her Ilothtier is 1.ok
T-.e wouhl be bt iore fun ;, I1.
:I ar.ijedI LmaI if iti W".;hi
- ie law.
i a S enator Looge reporte-l to the Sen
;1y V te ithe Sailto Doillgnlo ireat' I1
a unuliber of amlluments.
to- own interests but contrary to the in
terests of the neople and the labor trust
ihat s ways active to push through hii!
ry. I drafted in the interest of that trust but
directly contrary to the interests of the
rm- people as a whole. Witness the anti
gu- injunction hill by which labor unio::s
an.d seek to tie the lands of our eoura and
na y prevent the issue of any order to re
or strain the members of that trust fro:ni
-v:I- atta.ckling men or destroying proPerty.
I be Such a hill is perhans the most intrIm
ons insult to our courts :Ind the coI
r Of mon people ever laid before Canure-s
red- and the Renresentatives in Con-cre-s
eed must be held to a strict nccountabihlty
and for their acts relatzin thereto. P.ut
when bills come before Congress thast
lst are drawn in the interest of all the
has people they should receive the active
aw personal suiport of the people and t:c
trepresentatives be instrneted by the
citizens. The Senators also should be i
written to and instructed. If. there
in- fore, you will remember your privilene
Late and duty yc-- will at once-now-writI
-red to your Congressman and Seiiator onI
ob- this pure food bill. Clip and enclote
the copy herewith presented and aMk
ans theni to make a business of followin
hat it through the committee considerinjg
and t Urge its being brought to a vote
and and requesting that they vote for it.
No Some onpressively intelligent and
haS arping crities may say this is simiply
de- an advertisement for Postun and,
per- TEXT Or rIw
Co., If it meets approval cut it out, sign na
of resentative in Congress. Buy two or inor
at- Keep one for reference and send the oil
eds your State. Ask one or two friends to
teFood will be good.
tall.. . .
t t T REUIE ANUFACTU
ts FOODS FOR INTERSTATE
tter SAID FOODS AND PRIN
ern CONTAINED IN S
I is.EACH PACKAG
te Be it enacted by the Senate and IIc
led Sates of America in Congress assemble
nay tion erngaged in the mianufacture, preft
inhuman consumption. shaul print ini laini
theo or for them shipped from any State or T
as complete and accurate statement of all tii
th in common use to describe said ingredi
re- that said statement is made by the a:in
Ite by. the makers of such food, and the nan
utshall be afixed thereto; all printed in it
ers knowvn as eight point, and in the English
as Sec. 't. That the covering of each ani
~ves pared or compounded foods shipped frou
the of Colu mbia, when the food in said packa
be ing supplied by or for the makers and re
upon its face or within its enciosure anm
em- gredients and name of the makers whtiel
ing of said food as supplied by or for thle
as the statement of the makers was prin:
ach the name and address of the person, ir
ate- Sec. 3, That it shall be unlawful for a
aefully and maliciously remove, alter, oblil
eat- gredients appearing onl packages of tood,
'in- and any person or persons who shaH vilob
and demeanor, and upon conviction shall be:
theo nor more than five hundred dollars, or i
inty more tha~n six months, or both, in the dis
be Sec. 4, That the Bureau of Chemistry
ade procure, or cause to be procured from rel
tianalyzed or examined, chemically, iro
manufactured, prepared or comipounded
broken packages in the District of Coi:
other than that in which they shall ha
-'otherwise produced, or from a foreign e~
deign country. 'The Secretary of Ar.eut
icky ulations for carrying out the provisione
go employ such chemists, inspectors, eierz
sel, be necessary to carry out the provisions
reyto fthe results of the examinations
this And any manufacturer, producer or deal
per- plication and tender and full payment oi
rour eIes of food to any person duly auit'on.
ho receive the same, sha:l be guilty of a mis
aned not exceeding one hundred domi
inl ;undred days, or both.
rout Section 5, Tha~t any person, tirm or eO
r , and two of this Act saall be guilty of a i
1Re- oe fined not exceeding two nxundred duo
the subsequent ottense not exceeding thtee
the execceuing one year, or both, in the discre
fo ec. t, That any person, tirm, or cori:
maliciousiy ciange or add to the ingredi
mre or incorrect anaiysis, with tihe purjione ot
pro- or imprisonmient under this Act, sua
conviction shall be timed not exceeuitng e
ere- auuureu1 dollars, or imprisoned tor nmot h
ou- year, or botu.
hini see. 7, Taat it shall be thle duty of e'
iCretary of Agraeuiture siiali report anyi ii
anto be commuenlced and prosecr'?d wu
'sla- sucii case proided.
-l see. $, That this Act shalt not be
kl whaoliy internal ini any state, nur with
by several State-s.
leg- see. i9, 'that all acts or parts of
S ,ee. 10, That this Act shail be in
the dyof October, nineteen hundred and
hear The undersigned respectfully re-ine:
theL. and Senators from his State to :ppott
Eefectio! - of a Batchelor.
1 i . seeks telliptation is citoe;
C)otherwise-wvith ihe c:oi
< th (~hw ise.
is the oily thing h~
hlie conciit out Of
.here is more or less
in ..,ut he manl who ridV:
I .(lit 4)11 the bright shiea:
th- er caused anyone tc ;.
M::ch : at pnisses for love woul.:r
sIjI; the st or- eurl- papers.
V . failure roost on ilt
Tr. 1,;: o avoid trouble will :'
zwy 11-o, busyV.
-- gent Durand was o!; :lt
-m 1 z... of tile time in the p.
d mian may be both ; rie
bit the odds are agaiI*
aib <the. - So. 10-0A1
ag . c. It i true that these .Hy
h-'ear' spo!.:en of here in a pulb<
;miwa. but they are used as illnu
r ioa f a ma nufacturer seking
y e::sie.prIntingvon e:rWh pk-t. P
ht::: exnt !tatement of nlniei
n:i-. h shamefl other makers into doisi
w ';a tlinz by the cinmon peoph .
d,:hiWisiniui an era of pure fiot!
: ib::proepdnre has not yet forei
; :io adniterate and deceive v
*l:',:e tiieir methods henee this e
:-. arouRp publ:e sentiment .oud
w:, Avy out of the nresent co'd;
C.' Im ud. deceit and ha-m.
The undersi is payine to the
4,::..-rs of Amer:ca about .20.00M.*
o m-:I i!is announcement in nracti
:y the great papers and may
zne in the conduct of what he
it. tl ern. "au educational cani
i:rn.~ 4-teemed to be of g:-ater 'h
*eot v e ito the peonle than the
e~unt of miany libraries. Thait
to be a worthy method Af
og v o*.u.iey for the public good. Tel
44, tno?;; facts. show them a way tr
-i eimselves and rely non them
o :.et iteligently and effectively.
T1e re:atler will be freely forgivealnf
' ltrey forgets the referenee 1
*'u1zsam ,:nd (rape-Nuts. if he will but
Oin tue pure food moernent and do
C. W. ros' .
YOU!; 1: .1r.
me x4i e ares and send to your Rep
pb':ation from which you cut this.
er 14- one of the U. S. Senators from
) the ame and the chances for Pure
KS AND SHIPPES '9F
SHIPMENT TO LABEL
T TH-E INGREDIENTS:
uc:- FOODS ON
Re ipresentatives of the Unite.
T. I:.' every person, firm or corporae
: ., or compounding of fio i'
eno .:. each package thereof man Iby
rrtry.' or the District of Columbia, a
.1-it~s thereof, defined by wordis
ms. '.gther with the announcement
4y!. :mid guaranteed to be accurate
1ei~ andcoplete address of the makers
:iu Iype of a dze not less than that
mcry package of manufactured, !'re
:.a:y S-ate, Territcry or the Dis.irictl.
1: aa have been taken from a cover~
ouredc~ by or for the sellers, shall tje::r
a-.:1ur:e copy of the statement of izs
appea~red upon the package or cover
n2::ir t hereof. printed in like u~anier
d. :o.d such statement shall also bear
a oreiroraton that re-covered sieh
?y rem or persons to purposely, Wi
see r destroy such statement of ne
a pjrovided In the preceding sections,
te tis section shall be guilty of a me~
ted not less than one hundred doilars
Wipsned not less than one month nor
retli of the court.
fthe De'partment of Agriculture shaii
d ealers, and anayze, or cause to be
cople:lly, or otherwise, samples of all
fods effered for sale in c .gina4l, u..
ia, r any Territory, or ini any rilte
-e bee respectively mnanuractured or
mntry, oir intended for export to a tor
r h.Gl make necessary rules and rCe
f nAct, and is hereby authorized to
ab'rers. and other emiployes, as ma:,
o this Act and to make such publica.
:ux ::::ilyisiS as he may deem proper.
- a emall refuse to supply, upo~n ai,
the selling price samiples of such arm
j 'y :he~ secre:ary of Agriculture 10.
em-i.J:arr and upon conh ietion suiad be
po i.en who shall violate se.ius one
idea:ior,.n :upo U)i1convict:Oni snanl
ar a the first .eue an.d for cue
:IUl-Jerd Giiars or 1.e imprisoued not
ri.oL, who snail wilfu!!y, purpose~y or
Le::ts of any tood, m:..se ?ase charges.