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Taylor's Cherokee amedyof Sweet Gum
and Mullen is Nature's great remedy-Cures
Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption.and
all throat and lung troubles. At druggists,
25c., 5Wc, and $1.00 per bottle.
('hairnan Shonts anunoruu1ed his
willingness to sell his railroad stock
and devote his entire time to the Pan
ama canal. Ie urged that the type
be settled at once.
MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WOMEN
Mrs. Pinkham's Advice Saves Many
From this Sad and Costly Experience.
It is a, sad but
certain fact that
brings an in
crease in the
- .. tions performed
upon women in
o u r hospitals.
More than three
fourths of the
dams patients 1y in g
on those snow
white beds are women and girls who
are awaiting or recovering from opera
tions made necessary by neglect.
Every one of these patients had
plenty of warning in that bearing down
feeling, pain at the left or right of the
abdomen. nervous exhaustion, pain in
the small of the back. pelvic catarrh,
dizziness. liatuieney, displacements or
irregularities. All of these symptoms
are indications of an unhealthy con
dition of the female o:rgans. and if not
heeded the trouble uy rakelheadway
intIl the penalty has to be paid by a
dangeroul. opertiton. and a. lifetime of
impaired usofulness at best, while in
many cases the results are fatal.
M iss Luella Adams, of Seattle, Wash.,
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
"About two years ago I was a great suf
ferer f ron a cevere female trouble. pains and
headar-hes. The doctor prescribed for me and
finally toid 1-e that I had a tunor and must
under-o anl voeration if I wanted to get well.
I felt tlat this was my death warrant, but I
spent hu:nireds of dollars for medical help,
but the tumor kept growing. Fortunnately I
corresoonded t h an aunt intheNew England
States, and she advised me to take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vogetable Compound, as it was
said to cure tumors. I did so and immediately
began to improve in health.ard I was entirely
cured. the tumor disappearing entirely. with
out an operation. I wish every suffering
woman % ould try this great preparation."
Just as surely as Miss Adams was
cured of the troubles enumerated in
her letter. just so surely will Lydia E.
Pinkliam's Vegetable Compoind cure
other women who suffer from fe
male troubles. inflammation. kidney
troubles. nervous excitability or ner
Mrs. Pinkham invites all young
women who are ill to write her for free
advice. She is daughter-in-law of
Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five
years has been advising sick women
free of charge. Address. Lynn. Mass.
5 for 50c worth of leadinx 1M noveltinChot"
Cest Garden Seed&s 1's worth of Universal*re
mium Coupons tree with every order.
%]% yaNED -.rORE. BsALTI~oRE.
"f Thompson's Eye Water
"One of the queerest wedding jour
neys I ever heard of." the girl re
marked. "was thast of a friend of
mine who was married in Canada
the other day. She lived in Ontario,
arnd her husband had settled on a
farm in one of the new provinces in
the far West. After they were mar
ried they seat out for their new home
in a freight car that the. bridegroom
had specially fixed for the journey.
"The front half of the car was ar
ranged as a sleeping and living room
and kitchen combi'ned. They had the
necessary tables and folding chairs,
box cupboards for the dishes and sup
plies, and a big oil stove. Lamps
hung from the roof of the car, ship
fashion. and the whole interlor lookea
particularly cozy when the bride had
finish 'cd the work begun by her hus
"The old part of the outfit was the
tact that the rear half of the car was
fitted up as a stable for the two
horses that were a part of their wed
ding gifts. The journey ended safe
ly and happily. I should imagine.
from the letters I have had from the
bride. No girl who could have a private
car or a steam yacht for such a jour
nev would be more enthusiastic than
my friend was over her economical
and unique honeymioon."-New York
Even the wisest of~ men would rath
er have their friends hand them flat
tery than honest criticism.
CRAND TO L.'VE
And the tast Lauth 14 Atways tha" Reat
'Six miiel?s aoO T w.ould harv'
iughied at the. idea that the; coul be
anything better for a table beverage
than coffee." writes an )lhio woman
"now I laugh t,. know there is.
"Since childhood I drank coffee as
freely :1; any ot'her member of thie
fanmily. The result was a puny. sickly
ir.and as I rew~ into wvomanhood I
did not gain in health. but was ai tatl
with broart trouble. a weak anid dikor
der'ed stomaeb. wvrecked .ierv'es and a
genera!l breakinig dtown, till last wi'iter
at TheC ao~ of :38 I s1Eemed~ to be 0n th
veeOf onsumptiOn. My fr-ien~de
greeted mie with 'How bad you look'
What :t te.rrible color:' and this was
not very coatforting.
"'Ihie dle"ors and patent medlicinet
(id me :ibsoluteliy no0 good. I was
"Thien I grave up coffee and comn
me::r-d P'itum b'oJod Coffee. At first
I didn't like it. but after a few tr'ials
arid following the directions exactly, it
was 4rrand. It was refreshing andic .,t
isfying. Ini a couple of weeks I no
i'edl a great chanige. I be'eni"
stronger, my brain grew clearer. I was
not troubled with forgetfulness as in
(coffee 1:mes, miy p)ower of enduranie
wals mlore( t hani doubled. The he'ar:
trouble anid inrdigestion d sappe'aried
and my nerves becain:e steady and
"I ie""an t a interest in things
-on wi' Housew'k :and lhome-n:ak'
Ly t'os~ um Co.. Thattie Creek. Ml-h
Theirre's a re:' mi. Itendi the hiu.
bono- "'--rc Eaid to Wellville." in ju~s.
A SCHCLARLY SUNDAY SERMON iY
subject: "My Shepherd."
Brooklyn. N. Y.-At the Chu!h o
the Mes'siah. thIe R:ight Rev. IWsh-ip
Seymour was the preacher Sunday
morn:1ing1. He chose for his subject.
*My Shenberd," and his text was
Psalm 1:2: "The Lord is my shepherd:
fterefore I can lack nothing." he sa:d:
Wt pass from the brightness of
Christn2s and Epiphany to the sea
son of Lent that closes with the dark
ness of Good Friday. Ere we bid
Er.iphany goolby let u1s coisider what
it 'w~-t< us. nanely. that our Saviour
Came to be the Saviour of all mankiiid.
Fpiphany fals into two divisons: The
Chrs:uas of the Jew and the Chrst
mlas of the Gentile. First. the Chirist
ias of the .iew. when the shepherds
came as the repre5sentati'es of the
shepherd nation: calie calild on Ir;
an ..n.gel throngli whose dispntn
tI Iaw wa :lven to the .Iew:
cam-e to the manger: eaume to worsti;.
An then the GCnt ilte Chrisim . eahe
Fninh:any. when the kiNgs were led hy
the sar' to worslp the childt. A%,
then the fze tat the .Tv and
(etile :ilike fell down and w-.o,. '
the little le . : )aby. we:ikNr than
th- weale-t. I may say-of .11I :
vonne awlyet--im h wimm 1n
'wrrs! were ma.t~le. It is jideedU a wo" -
;d(erful 10an~ toSee tlhe J-k :nd
the vo shining the hAb
We leave i. anle. T hosI1t thats~u:
over Bet h lehem an 1; bightn e
the star which brougit the thre e king
-at all events "he k'ngs of the East
worshieid *he litile hbie wih :ppro
priae the transition pe.io
I Could I do bev ter than ask you. with
myself. to conisideir our personal re
snonsibility in the wve-ds of thel te:*:
--The Iord is my shepherd; therefore
can I ek lohing' Here is a dcv
Ilaration which may make or not. as
we choose. for the possessive pronoun1)
I intensive--my." as though it wer
something that we loved. as jewels of
earth--they are mine; I own them.u
So: "The Lord is may shepherd." and
based upon that declaratin is the
fact; "therefore can I lack nothing."
There is no word which more frequent
ly falls from our lips than *." It is
the shortc-t word in human spec:h
a single letter-because it brings to
the surface personality. Go whither
you will. on every side you will heat
mea. women and child uttering L"
"I" is to each one the centre of the
universe: everything radiates from it
and everything comes into it. And this
is rigbt in its way, only sometimes it is
exaggerated and we have what we
call sehtifhness. But I am not dis
posed to criticise that just now. only
to say that this p:-onoun "my" grows
out (if the persoi&j proraua "." be
ause it denotes ownership--uy."
And we may say, the poorest of us.
first we own ourselves: "I, ryself: I
belong to myself." and it is on the
basis of that claim that we have the
wars for :ndepeidence. for liberty or
personal right. and men resist the idea
of being owned by the others, and pre
eminently in this land of freedom
claim to be free---I own myself."
have not time to analyze the worth of
the claili. for it is immense: "Mine,
sirit. body:" this creature. of God
like mould and sunning workmanship.
how marvel!ously built up! A single
profeson. numbering some of the
;reatest meni. devotes days and weeks
10 studying it and yet has not fathomed
its 'e-rets. 'The medical profession is
lrgely experimnental to-day. It has
made wonderful discoveries in 1fty
yers. andl still it has not yet probed
this little mass of matter. the body. to
its depths. And back of it is the mind,
the intelleet. the memory that holds
the past and hope thatt grasps the fu
ture: thle mind that deals with prem.
ises anid conlus11ions and reasons. It
has no moral quality, it is pure intel
lect. Deeper dowvn than it is the spirit,
the scat of conscience, the moral sense,
marvelouts beycnd exprcssioni that em
phasizes our nearness to God. Body,.
mnd and spirit hound up together and
each of us c!:tim to own that trinity
blended into unity. "I. myself. I own
Let us pass on. "My time:" that is.
"my life. These hours and days and
weeks are- mine." and. hence. the wage
Ouestionl. wvhen men claim the right to
sell their time for so much. So, you
se, wve claim the ownership of time.
Of course, it is not really ours. "Our
times are in flis hand." Still, we
claim it. "My year-s are so many."
Hence, we see another element of
wealth-time. opportunity. Then,
again, character, "amy char-acter," em
phasized by the name. A good name
is worth a good deal. We pass still
further: "-My position in life, in so
ciety, my parentage, my surroundings.
my friends and relatives-these belontg
to me." And they are worth a great
deal sometimes. Then we come down
to that with wvhich we are most fa
miliar: "My material wealth, my stocks
and bonds. jewels. wardr-obe. They be
lng to me."
Now, that brings us to David's
claim: "The Lord is my shepherd."
You do not give up the other things.
but you make another claim, and that
you can only make through Him who
allows it. and He allows it by coming
here to be reached and embraced, if
you will, and loved. He revealed Hin:
self as one of us in order that through
Him we. by the Holy Ghost, might
reach the Father-. for Hie "yomes onlt
from the invisible to be visible, Hie
can be touched and handled :tnd seen
here. Hie was here with at certain gen
eration when this was tihe case. We
must not envy them. for we have a
greater privilege than they. You r
member Thomas. Jlesus said to him
after lhe had been so obstinate. "Be
cause thou hast sec-n Me thou hast be
lieved: blessed are they that hav-e not
seen and yet have believed." We may
believe if we will, on the undoubted
tes iimony of the ages, that Jesus after
death was on this earth. He had
passed through the graven gate of
death and had consummated for man
the glor-y of the resurrection, and took
our nature thr-ough into heaven and
blessd it onl tile throne of God, where
ie ever remains as a magnet to dr-aw
meni in love, so that we may .say wvithi
tavid. "-The Lord is my shepherd,
lefoare can tIi lac-k nothing."
Now,- n:y ith'ends. I wish to say that
no other element of wealth can enable
us to say. "'Ther-efore can I lack noth
Ing." Try the exoerinhent with which
we are most familiar as a world power,
wealh in any form. I have been with
some of the wealthiest men that the
laist generation knew. I have seen
them, in the hoer of death and as they
died 'the bands and1( stocks of weailth
fe down am. Inl s ?: lands. It could
iot buvi cii etr-::e :l'- kt to P'aradise
nor to heaven. If yom wvould lhe wise
osiefr the emi1 a ant otg between.
Foreast tihe fr 'ere. not as bounded
y tile horinnl of ea'nh. buit by the
zories of Pnirade:e ::nd heaven. *The
Lord is my shlerpher(: ther-efor-e cani
lack m-~ notig beau He wahorn
with us, nay. conceived witu Us. an,
le goes through life's journey with us
as our friends do who survive us, but
th'y must part with u::, as we bid them
tihe last farewell: but He. of whom
the Psalmist speaks. "Tie Lord my
shepherd." Ile dies with me. is buried
with 'ue; He goes to Paradise with
n-y scuIl Ie will be w-th mue at the
last great day. and it I have been
loyal a1 rlu to Hin:. 1j. liill we
coille me to His everl.-Stiig ble.ing:
IHe will be my advo:t te and pleal His
rliLe to take awa-y Imy Sin.
Obseive that the- reli-::i<n wIhih
.Tesus aiives uls emnil -neeis theit) wlie ot
lile. There is no otlr eri'on hat
~o)cY. ou uay div le them iito reig
io)us 11ha1 ap1peal 1tpo ane th 01
('f the e Ih." and '1ie regions Tha -
peal to the priiel of inliell . Take
Owe tnient SaduCeisrn. the meieval
.\olhainiiedari-m, :md te'p
.\rmonism. iThey are the ti'Si in
reiin.They vcannlor begin; 4) L(.*l
n-:en11T manin uni!pasion SI:i"!llid.
ep in' 1111hood ad won::lnhod.
T::k the intellectual -s(teins of (riee
and t philosoph:. i li oi m presenit d::y
that :ppe'al to It inte and a
manl is~a : Ol'loti'l'L way upon;t thle
uinue f' lift' .efr they tbuen 1im.
Take Chrit 'iiit: where des it be
in' With coehl(iion. with birth, in
fanecy, childhoodm. youth. manh..ilo-od, ml
h:i It . in sk s in deh:11 and the
resurretion and1. t 'lf etelial it
tim! prsnc he g._reat . it
T-n.Christianity .L Ilm.brace the
relig ~ ~(n oflf.Ios it:pelsim1
p 1 ilu- hody* No. But it -:l1itpls
to' ilmdy. thI intf'l:e1 and the soul.
!_*mnlembe I '.(t decl::r:.ition 4f St.
. "th diseciple whoil -vi''tus loved.
I,- svs: "he \'Word was inade tiesh.
: ("welt am .g ,1 and we 1elw-d
telr as of the glory of the only
h.11'LoIonn of til Father. full of grace
;nl itul." II eibrated the whole
c r man. The Word was male tle tieh,
In i.dl tat ws iitellect and slirit.
:t.. so Ile was a comipleiec andu1 ,perfect
i,:M. This IIIr: ug we were joitled to
geiihcr hand in iud in the prayers f
ferled by your reetor, but when we
co:e to Ilie creed. how is it ? The hus
baird drops the ianid of the wife. the
f:1hevr of1. the child. the frieid of tie
frienid, an1d 0.ach1 for hisl.as inl
tll D:y of .Tudgmentl stnds Oil h1is
own feer and says. "I belive." It is
:I norizonal avt. "The Lord is my.
shepi herd; there-fore c::n I lack noth
igi. There is one element of wealth
cui which we canII rest, andI( which wvill
ena le us t. say "*We shall %iek noth
.ing. Without our Saviour we shall
lack eve'ythiing whei we votce to die.
I care Int wlto we 1r.e or wherter we
v11:1\e- bI'n cIal 1n the purple of kings
Ir thel splendour of jewels. we shall !,e
trippeld stark naked and go up naked
into the presence of God. We shall
laclK nothing if we( can ,-iy from thle
de piths of out soul, *'The Lord is ny
shpherd." Thon whel the eid coies
v s-hall be able co say: "Thy mercy
aild loving kindliess-Thy imercy for
forgiveness: Tiy loving kindness for
my nI eeds-siill follow tme all the days
of my life, and I shall (Iwell in the
house of the Lord forever." There is
no dwelling place here. I was once a
re'tor in Brooklyn, but where are my
parishioners now? Most of them are
golt. Within the 1:1st two IloTtls
two of iy elassmates in Colulbia are
gone. And there are but few of those
I knew in the leeture room left. There
s n1o dwelling place here. It is a cheat
we' putt upon0f ourselves wheni we talk
(If hiotises as5 dwelling laLes. They
are not. God grant. may brothers. that
ir may be our lot to "Dwell together
forever in the house off the Lord,"
which will he our eternal hlomel.
'Tle Emiy Watchmzaker.
A wtthma~ifker who enilisted for t he
wr thinilkinlg that he might ('arni a it
ie whlen off duty, took 501me of his
ools along with him. But he founufd
so many1i wat:-hes to meindI tmt he for
got lie wats a soldier. One daty he was
ordered inlto baittle. IIe :tooked a lbout
himi it contsterntationi andt ex'luinied:
"'Why, how can I go? I have ten
watehes to mietd?" Manty of our ex
euses and s~iioetimes (our reasons,
which we try so hard toi be 'ontscienI
ions about, if correctly Irainsilatell.
woutld reatd: "'Why. how can I readI
my Bible and pray every' dav ? How
ennl I be tr'ue to liy religious duties?
I have somnethinig else~ to do.'
What We Can 12o.
I hd h.'s ntot g1'ive us5 vas le'arlti
i sol ve all the problems. or unlfail nz
o' our brothers' live-: but Ile htas elve' n
to eve'ry one of us tih powe~r lo b
Sltritual and bly ;ur lsr tuality to
lift and1 eiilarlge and enlhigiinent tia
lives we touch.-Philipis Bri.ks. I
A soft sniap is Satan' s trap.
.A failure to make a living is not a
ftting~ to preachl the gospe-l of poverty.
Some men will feel cheap when thety
red. theit. own 'adveCrtisemenWts at the
?'aaciing dogmafs is fighting the
devil with the scabbard instead of with
Th2le mo~dern idolator f'ais dow'n be
fore' the. wvork of his own imtaginattionl
iumtad of that of his hands.
The mighty God isa ti;reless God;
He faintte.h nlot, neither is weary.
This is brave doctrine. then. that a
tireless deity attends hituanity amid
all its struggles and hardships. alnd att
ends5 it to) aid. to) soothe, to cheer, to
pturify. to redeem, to save.-C Silvester
Thlere is a power'lesur:s of tutte
ane in (our bloodl that wre shoutld light
":xprs...io:t. We call educate ouet'lve:s
, it it' we'( know antd feel tihe nucc
n ''onIIyIto lotve, but to ib r loiing: not
onlyit to be'true triends. but to shuow~
m.:. friendly. - IJarrie2t ine:-h a
A School of Auto Engineering.
New York now claims to hare thie
-nost' comlplete school ttf ::utomobilel
en i. .rig erer marited. Its ins:ru:
It(ion . divied ilo I)hree courl ises: dlay,
vnig and a .'f2'Pi course, the.li
tiont fe' aeing thIe sam0 for all-STi
The daty cor-se consist of cight
hours' instruction daily for two
mnthr's, beginning at 8 o'Clock t. mn.
ndcoig at 5. p. mn. six days in
the week. A (lay's w.ork is divided off
about as follo'.Ys First s'-si"a, a -
tuet: secondlt session, shop; thir'd.
sion, carbutretioni: fourth session. igm
ion: lfth session,. triaflnmisIi. Af
te' about three wveekts the stnhjects
ate varied from day to day': that
the sinilnt ge:s foiUr ~4Se-n OlCt each
sniject (hiring the cour~i m e the z'eek.
La: er on the pupil is given outdocr
i3uetiont behindi the stiering wee!.
A c o)fnpetitive maucitc ihop i-: in
.. icd besides the ou'fit for' ten
tr"a: missions and ignite -' and 10'
('lti cils.-Lecslie's W''e&.
The increase of Christians in Japan
....:- the yea. -1oo4 was nhout -1C
COULD NOT KEEP UP.
Broken Down, Like Mausy Anotlhri Wom
anjWlth Exhausting Kidney Tron ie%.
Mrs. A. Taylor. of Wharmi:. N. .T.,
says: "I bad kidney trouble in itS
most painful and severe form. :n,,41 the
forture I went i in-tugh
flow seeiis 1, bave
able. I had b':-k
.1ehe. painsit : - t Sl1
w r h I. r;:.: WIOw
;'.1 Int lit- kit!!leyV
frequent iy :mdift with 1 urn:.: n
tion'. They' * l e Nan -i. l b
depressed. ,o k ,:ifil 'or' il t I
Cod)! V no! k lp1p. . d o lot
MVn- v me 'I 4i:(il 4v t iry o:::' Kid
no-y l*Ill..;. :1nd w":e -. t
v i !h I fx .1i1)ot 1 ifeh .t 1';l I l;2 .'. :ir
yi2 '1Vnl vii g wer in 'I li*, - I nW
.%-:et bxe( 01 o:inm trA b.in
Thn .:mler bil of th
1 i bNy oalleh-or. ;ve n X.
1 o:"'lver O~ UNsill :ell"
rst e: tne nfTin' e te Than
~roit' li Everi t e- o 're t
Therks. of thiteme n e i
-r er in l b i.et to1-:y hIan * 'P- 'ore.
(t1:iny mvhrem 11noth : i'uth i'0 2i::; are
of . uil hy en;w:al evrin inlbi..: ,:lim
btrs aiond e.r;ie day. ou d
hest h ones other, the w has. Fn
Works o din ap to of thre ( i Ier
I-Wrrdof thewrswrk. !hn ~-n he i
toed a ~i comploe boern, einz- hontit
Oe trdt thorsp it i.oery ntir m)2(inCb
utes Icr nfo of the worli s daty.
I "teI L.if boies winl eies "ho il
Weno tlie ior stoi the pr aouc
-ill -an zonsuntion o te mgnowexd
tOugf u the world r. Te.wi-ilei
toe thron;:o to o re lfnt tvheir
ilde:tae houe and side :ot o-onta
te er yen . of tw rld res. tin
sdy ofheapnicat eotin The
foa nedra and ennalv th -:wftnge.
,ill. t he rowin, or the oalve.
rosan ade on cted soft tear powel
tdesinatoisil iverovements. and
I wil- ricn ofe tin ro the rgnitu dh
lo ter tyd liwor sigen of bednh
semeginient afdsno Inilreip.
od tht orntbeonern, levtion ofa
tealan~ dmel accrae oartma-r
hei throe houht ir sois oth pnres
the dffeenti e the ongnld' outptoa
steam tbtoilers a entney hego.lbe
Teand consupin sboiea nrowr
thre ot be omrouou biit the
buit-u be neuite asmrd. n rthe iout
hen prdt of this o ne an. weion
bildevery tpia ndte of iler. on te
tle horinontl tur of atereten
sthi of ts m teia sevluction. Thma
bhredph . s t are newe Aft vngr
esoer the tting or Co vaes,
tihet oefvicie ye aomplis.t a T
boear impred ison constrution,
more ien italn lignkid Ili T ur
1wt 1.4 \'ltt- 4 thu m Way.ir-i rbM in
roek tipats ettAl er setioeoctma
terlsan mot~r acute workman
ship trouhoutaresom of thea thingcts
from thatk ofichlf al cetry fago.n
aTfe coveange in bo.ie rotuedo
hae beenP qu~itea irrked.ion, atdh out
put~c of thi onea coner4 nnyane aond
little ri ontchan tubuenr ofa fiftee
hors~lt-ower. i to - the Aia pate
tube.s0 whic ptitsown e.toog waer,
superhat its tow deaed i esin te
worhst eic~.ie yel ccomplishe l
bo~i. condtrtionh. cntnto
coHecion withut e Woir who han
nwtuets t he brav.gou ntrl
c-nac Iplatces Aer F o;hand-Afted
theareted po lars er-etcer y
erthe Cuticura Remedies.ntol
hAut fouer cype agoIbwas afilte
1.hblc aO1lotchies alch ovr the faeman
ar fe coerg my whody cannoh forodue
aeere Ching, ~lo rritaton and which
cau:sed merni a ugreratsdealnac land
bumperin, trisuchan buent itching s
for-ctoloall inot tor rah oeadingskin
icis pot my ion. Aot otr :.throt. exli
airaio hone rae opain:,od humts theyo
artnounledtht toibonin eczeood ion its
worst erto. Theat ard: swelling st
csame for :he lenth or canesar but Bthe
husbanO purhse a4224S se of thetiur
-Rmes. and ter1' u-sttnth piontes of
kh ist tt!:e ofB ut.ieu'rResohen cin
cionncion th loe Cuatcacra op ad
Ointmen the breakingt huos orsirely
stop.' 1 cstontnuedt' the useof pue Cuti
croemds.o stxomorth sif~Iilhn and all tehrp
thitey ptchs -. a~ggsS enirel gone bot
troe anctd prts werlft as clear as
eerally of thteadul tisesmeema
bun oste comp:.-rate troubles aswee.
Corps Badll rreath-Posidtive nd Tnotant
Cure- Free-No U3rug-Cores
Ma;!-- ' ei- ea Wtrs vwill, ente Nd
S.mi ha useinset. Pching
lu' 4 Ae't-HeA W: 34 Auify rh
IIIa. so belehne .. y ab.orhing
h :'': 4in4. udigeC-ted food.
!,ii eg 4 theestive creanw
Th,-v u,:-; an" "I-ede. * oc .ret the
01140 til '' 1:-lA 4
44.n 44 unn .*.c .-ier . 41)! w -
Ln. - IIIsei .1l' A t;M e
\ i a iI ;. -.ini gsi . - i
n (b i ' Li -i I s A t rou- I
: d --: t- b 1 a . d - iid p -'
4, . I. Xlii =r- Y\41 w'!!
tu ' ''nw O' e C ..Il' k
Be-. . . Ia trn.'4 1 * 0.
(l 1 1 ''t w l i lle U.
Ai i .z
hO'i musl- ('('fli i:1\I1 w.i'ih the voifl
'I) order I" pily 111.
..&M.! . -.%.! T-. & I.
L ; I..';- M. a in: :.U t a. full gallon.
Wears lo . 15 vir . h T-::u'e .. & )r. Zine
h:;rdem f.. & ~if-.White L. ~in :d mankes
L. ) 3. P aint wr like iron.
f 1. 1 . ml is 1Xd N it :, gallons
iwill in ut .. u:.delrate 'ized house.
. S. \tniws.r!-. -Mayor. aiihanhy.f'Cfonu..
N rit, - : --P1.:;ntk.; iny luvc10yar agfo
with L. . 1. L ;s el tW-ea .
PINT YOUR. iH uU;E.
-p..- en. .mmsi all-we~d to any
r:--ident wher" WO- hael n. agelnt. 4u sale of
L.V M. to trpeury-owner-, at, or retail
' i -!v to LONGI MAN & MAITiN EZ.
P:tii Makers. New York.
The ;Jap.ane l''.Y-?ror leQ bcaus. Ban
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
hylo-alapL~icatiou.s athey cannot rea-i the
i diseased port iiin f the -ar. Thereis .itly one
way tit vure deafue'.. and that is by .'onsti
tutional remedies. Deafnes., is caused by: an
inflamed (fonditiont of) the muvous lNing of
the Eustachian Tai.t. When this tube' isin
flamed you have a rum wbing sound or imper
feet hearing. and wheIn it is entirely closed
Deafness is the result. and uues the inflan
ination, van be takeni out and this tube re
stored to its normal .-ondition. hearing will
he destroytd forever. Nin.- eases out If ten
are caused by eatarrh,which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous surfa',es.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
ease of Deafn.-ss(eaused by eatarrb) that "an
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars free. F.&J.CEF.. a Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for coustioation.
Every mani~ 'scnscieneeC is just a
little dIifferenIt from every 'nther mian's
To Cure a Cold ini One Day.
-Take Laxative Eromo Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E.
W. Grove's signature on each b)ox. 25e.
A !nalin 1 l'iIly ever afford Io be
1el dressed if his family is.
The Genuine is
The full narne of the con'
is~ printed on the front ol
The Genuine- -Syrup of
Packages Only, by
Knowing the above will<
tions made by piratical concei
deskrs. The imitations arc
therefore be declind.
Buy the genuine' always
It lenss hesystem gently yi
when bilious or -constipated,
kidneys, liver, stomach and bo'
by men, 'women or children.
effects from actual use and of t
laxative remedy of the well-in
.Always buy the Genuin
writes Mary E. Shelton) of PC
finally laid up in bed for about
In a week I was up, and have
health and can do my hous
Cardui cured me and I cannot
mend it highly enough." "F<
ache, backache, falling feelir
ziness, cramps, fitful functic
perio-iical pains take
AT ALL DRUGGISTS IN $1.00 R(
FITS permanenty eure. No flts or nervous
ness after drst day't use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Re-torer.92 I rilbottleandtroatisefree
Dr. I. H. KLIN. Ltd..931 Arch St..Phila.,Pa
Economry is the roau 1.o wealth-ar.d I'.-:
a hard road to - avcl.
A Guaranteed Cnre For Pilex.
Ttediur. Blind. B~edint. Protrudini Plio.
Druegists are autorizeid to r4fund money if
pazoOintment fails to oure in i tol4 days.50-.
There eau 1 no w -w,- where tin
cerity is lacking.
is: .de C he best
Ily arskCiCtndscid Z/
SI 5iN 0T H E FIlH
can easily be raised with
regular. even stands, and
of the very best grade, for which the
highest prices can be gotten at your
warehouse, or from tobacco buyers If
ouwill, a few weeks before planting,
Use them agin as a top dressing, or
second application. These fertilizers
are7 mixed- by capable men. who have
been making fertilizers all their lives,
and contain phosphoric acid, potash
and nitrogen, or ammonia, in their
proper proportions to return to your
s-oil the elements Of r~lant-l1fe that
have been taken from It by continual
cultivation. Accept no substitute.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Richmond. Ya. Atlanta. Ga.
Norfolk. Va. Savannah. Ga.
Durham. N. C. Mongmery. Ala.
Charleston. S. C, M em.his. Te-n.
3Baltimore, Md. . Shreverort..La.
PIEC - 25 Cts
i N ONE DAY i
W L I won't Sl AS
Call for You2
adalkinda of garden plant
lim a rle re'll ee se
* will give uso'0per cent lea.
mg O et.5..Arntnwie
Pig y 0u o. et.S .T
pay C lifo ncat Fig t a SyrperC
ofeiable. Drucal~ltggis 1 ~reuts ofywh
nable one at an od h vacfraudulent imi
s nlomty e Offebunea
Mnontoactiurousy tn he
tpaeffecalrdial cold Syrd h Cc
peefever s a nd ctsbes oft enln
relawhen arggiativ r ey isne
ify willsh nowoftsbenefi<
eir own personal knowledge. It is1
- Syrup of Figs
FACTURED BY THE
tffering for Thr
lar Bluff, Mo., "and trying two doctors'
five weeks and was near to death, when]1
mended ever since. I have only taken thr<
work without a pain. My custom is no
s, diz-I IiiU
ns and . L
'$45100 BANK DEPOSIT
9 500''JZO FREE CQUESO
Notes taken. Limited eduica
I tion no hindrance. Board at Cost. Write toda.
GA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE, hcuAf
That Delightful Aid to Health
Whitens the teeth-purifier,
mouth and breath - cures nasai
catarrh, sore throat, sore eyes;
and by direct application cu-,
all inlamed, ulcerated and;
catarrhal conditions caused 1,y
Paxtine possesses cxtraordinar,
cleansing, healing and -germ.
cidal qualities unlike anything
else. At all druggists. 50 cets
LARGE TRIAL PACKAGE 'FEI
The R. Paxton Co., Boston, X:>ss.
*3*50& $3* SHOESE
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any prlca.
- car o s
JULY 6. ISyt
W. L. DOUCLAS MANES & rLS MORE
MEN'S $S.50 SHOES THAANYOTHE9
MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD,.
109000 REWARD to anyone who ca,
disprove this statement.
If I could take you Into my three large factovies
at Brockton, Mass., and show you the inflite
care with which every pairof shoes Is made, you
would realize why W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes
cost more to make, why they hold their shape.
fit better, wear longer, and are of greater
intrinsic value than any other $3.50 shoe.
W. L. Douglas StroV Made Shoes fop
Men, $2.50, $2.00. Boys' Soaooi &
CAUTION.-lnsist upon ha-i--: W.L..Dz -
is shoes. Take no substitute. None 'gteio
withont his name and jrice stanip"4 on b mttoon.
Fast Color Euelets used; they will nt uear brdalse.
WriW for I lustrated Catal
W. I- 3DUGLA*rWofl. Mass.
GURATID TO CURZ
I COLD, HEADACHE AID KEURALGIA.
att-Ge-iine so a dealer who won't Guan-atec It
MOEY BACK -I IT DOEBWT CAB.
e, M.D.. Manufactue. . pr.. sg, mM, M
ts! CELERY Plans!- .
Can nw frnis all kinds ofcabbg
men. We ue u sae plants on our
erte prmsed whlch.whe ens tie
al Sato on o rr alogetl kiods
beeprIment we wil be pesdt
or female trouble in vain, I was
began to take Wine of Cardui.
e bottes and now I am inl good
y regular. I can truly say that