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WASTED-1 TO0 A SXHADOW.
Bnt Fouu-1 a Cur- .rt:-r Fift.-en Yeari
A. H. Stotts, messenger at the Sttte
C:-,tol. Cull iuu'Ps. 0.. says:
"FI*,,:- iffteen ve:trs I
Nd, thou;b I d;)vturedi
- fI!hu, y could not
- nda Iu(l. I had
(dizzy 1:aadachles and
te(rrib urinary disor
der. nedy I Col
o thi sidewalk. :ind
the wasted away in
UeL for- ten Veeks.
Af r be n ive ui. I'' begani tim
Doan's KXidney-1 Pl. In a coui) of
M1o::ths I regaired ny ohl leaith, and
mow weigh 188 pouds. Twelve boxes
did it. and I have been wvell two yc::rs
Sold by ,!. dea!ers. 30 cents a box
Foster-Mi!buru Co.., Bnffalo. N. Y.
"B. MARY JONES."
"Women haven't as much sense as
"That's my opinicn."
"Well. I don't know. It's mighty,
mighty seldcn you find a woman part
ing her name in the middle."
Few people overtax intellects in
bEhalf of others.
bye :ltrpil'.::' 'a i" t'3y cannoti rea the
diseased p:>ctU:1o ph . ir There i oair one
way to cure d.-n :o' 1hat is by conasti
tuti->nal remii. neiaused y an
tb Eustaehian ' . t this tube isiti
liamed y a::.; - rum ing eund or imper
feet he::rio::-. :n-1 whea it is nirl lo ..
Dearn:..-s : re't an' esz the inian
matio' -n -: ': i u.ld this tube re
Atored to i : 4in hearing will
be cstroyedl r ver. Nin. cases o:t ofteni
are .au-::--'d "-y ;v ''- b is nothing but an
in rund-: -of U!. 11".Us surfaces.
;wil ;W ' 'o OIn 1odtl Doilars fr a::y
-udeatarrb) that -
Ito' ba:eae by ll'. Catarrh Cure. :end. for
'Tak" .llai itanii y ' :illsi fo Constition.
An Edgboston (England) woman,
who was summoned for annoying
neighbors by blowing a whistle, said
she had bcen hypnctized and blew
it to cal! attent on to the fact.
Breaks up COLDS
IS 6 TO 1a MOURS*
Trial Botle loc. 6 Dramiua
eavf?, W 1Y. A -I
O1005 BANK DEPOSIT
5500 FREE COURSES
Notes taken. Limited educs
tion no ind'anc". Roard at Cost. Write today.
GA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE, Maon,.h
gives woman some of ner most
miserable and wretched hours.
Along with the backache, gener
ally come headache, waist pain,
falling feelings, irritability, nerv
ousness and the blues. Have
you these periodic al troubles ?
i so, you may kno y that they
are due to disease of some of
the most important organs of
your body, organs that should
get help or, in time, through
weakness, will wreck your
health and life. Help them to
Says Mrs. Blanche E. Stephanou, of '
1228 S. 42nd Ave., Chicago, "I suf
fered miserably for five (5) years
with a constant pain in my back and
right side and although my husband
employed several of the best doctors
in this great city, not one could give
me relief. At last I took Wine of
Cardui, which relieved my pain, pre
vented an overation and restored me
to health." It is a wonderful cura-,
tive medicine for all womens' ills.
Try it. *C 3
At all Drugsts $1.00
W. L DOUGLAs
W. L. Douglas S4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
ME~CS $.50 SHESTA NOHE
-ANU WCT R:.Df H WRD
CEAPD ITALr. w2.500,an
Ifii could taxe y.ou into my three large factories
at Brockton, .Mass., and show you the Infinite
care with which evecry pair of shoes is made, you
would realize whny W. L. Dougins S3.50 shoes
cost more to make, why they hold their shape.
tit better, wear longer, and are of greater
intrinsic value than any other $3.50 shoe.
W. L. Douglas Strong Mad. Shoes for
Men, $2.50. $2.00. Boys' School &
Dress Shoes, $2.50, $2, $1.75, $1.50
CA UT ON.-Insist upLon ha'. in; W.L.D).u~
las shoues. Takie no substitute. None genuin~e
without his name and price stamped on botton .1
Fat Cao E yelets used ; theu will not wear brassy.I
Write for lilustratad Catalog.
W. L. DOUGLAS,.Brockton. Mas.
"MEAN THING" MADE APOLOGY.
And rtill It Is Doubtful if Telephone
Gir! Ic Satisfied.
She has bright eyes, rosy chceks.
and an awfl estimate of the proper
confines of popri(ty. it is an invtri
able rule of hers to observe that sub
tle barrier of md rjd hi: c all w.1
.rdered youn,- vomcn sholuld C .
::! b e r ill, sh- pridez herself o.
rl::: the sterrer sex observe this
barrier in all iL .-! s. :e but iice dis
Then how this incident mu-t have
Being a telt-phone pirl, it is her ob
n'xious duTy to hold conve:-sc with
the "mean thinzs" of the wo:--I-h
:-rwise known as men. The other aft
o:noon a st:us(riber called for a cer
!ain nurber in Germantown.
"What number did you say?" she
"'Gerrnantownl .3lZ3-z. Quici:."
"I can't under:itand: please rep;at
'fiank, blankety. blank, x y Z!!"
'Vwell, if you don't say what !:um
ber YOu want I can't give it. to you
I'm iot going to fool here all 'Iay."
":ow, keep your shirt on, litie girl;
kee: your shi't on-"
l.ut the subscriber got no further;
sl'a slammed up her cam, rush'd tc
tit- overseer with flaming cheeks, and
.,!,-orted the subscriber. The company
ghtly said that subscribers had no
right to comnmeit on how its employ S
should treat their wearing apparel.
ard demanded that the subscriber
apologize or 'ose his 'phone. The sub
scriber was wiling. He called up the
girl with the bright eyes and said:
"Are you the young lady whom I
just told to keep her shirt on?"
"Yes." was the curt rejoinder.
"Well. possibly I was a little hast.'
It may be warm in your office, so row
you may take it off."-Philadelphia
An Appreciatco Perfor!-:ance.
The late Joseph Jefferson used to
say that his career came very near
being nipped in the bud in a small
western town. He at that time was a
member of a small pioneer company
which progressed by means of three
"bull teanis" from one mining camp
to another. They were alvays hear:
ily received by the mirer. and cow
boys, who readily paid the five dol
a.rs in gold required to witness their
performance. Mr. Jefferson was tne
traditional melcdramatic villain, and
in the third act was supposed to kid
nap "the ch]d." The supposedi mother,
hearing its cries. rushes upon the
scene just -,s he is about to escape,
and fires a fruitless shot from a re
Upon this particular occasion all
had gone well until this sce:ne was
reached,. and the audicnce, many of
whom had never before seen any kind
of theatrical performance. sat as if
spell-bound. At the crack of the
mother's revolver, however, the spell
was rudely brokenf.
"By heavens, she missed him!" a
red-shirted imnr ia the front row
shouted, drawing his own "six-shoot
er" and leaping to his feot. 'Round
to the bac'k door and head him off
'fre he can g'it a hoss, boys!" he
yelled, end. following him, half the
audience stampeded for the exh.
The excitement was finally a layed
by the "mother" and the villain s ap
pea.ing hand in hand before the cur
tain, and the manager's explanation
of the situation. When the perfumrn
ance had been concluded, the audi
ence insi~sted on pafing another ad
mission price and having an immedi
ate repetition from beginning to ed.
Tea Leaves Used Again.
"There are sonie men," said a
health officer, "vwho buy from hotels
all their used tea leaves. These they
dry an . put on the market again as
"As am ma'te'r of fact there is still
a good deal of strong tea-plus a good
deal of tannin-in these used leaves.
They make as blackt and bitter a
brew as the greatest tea fiend would
want to drink. Buat such a brew is
unwholesome, for the pecrcentage of
tannin in it i-s much larger' than i-1
an ordinary cup ci tea.
"Used tea lcav~es are easily made
to resemble fresth ones. They are
dried on hot iron lates. the heat of
which cur's them up nicel::-, giving
them a natural aprearan~e.
"A cup of this scor.'Stable tea re
freshes you tremendiously, but after
ward your mouth i-s draw'n tup as :f
you had been suaking aln.-hl
Big Poilcies in Ncw Ycrk
New York nat'urally' has more
heavily insured men than any other
city. Among those with large policies
are: James C. Calgate. $1,500,000;
George W. Vanderbilt. $1 .000.000;
August -Bemont. N00,00-0; Richard
A. Mc'Curdy. $300.000; Ger.il Fran
cis V. Greere, $5d00.000:. John D. Crim
mins, $300,000; Pliny Fisk. $40'..000;
(the total '. the Fisl: family is
$3000000); Chatutcey M. Depew,
$500000: P. F. Collier. $:i50.0;n0; Ed
ward Lauterbach. 3300.000: George
W. Perkins. $300x;00: Gnge E. Tar
bell, $500-,000; E. E. Smathers-, $335..
Crlous flesuts When C 1ree, Driuki- 1a
It is almost as hard for a:. old coffee
toper to <iuit the use of coffee as it is
for a whisky ot' tobacco fieud to lirentk
off, except that the coffee user can tiuit
coffee and take up Postumn Footd Co~'Tee
without any feeling of a loss of the
morning tevernge. for when Postuur is
well boiled and se:'ved with cream,. it is
really better in point of fiavor tan
most of the coffee serv'ed nowadays.
and to b.e taste of the cot~noisseur' it
is like the flavor cf tine Java.
A great transformation takes '::ce
in the body within ten days or' two
weeks after coifee is left off 'nd lFos
tumn Food Coffee used, for the t's ison
that the poison to the nerves has -eu
discontinued and in its lace is taken a
iquid that contains the most powerful
elements of nourishnme"t.
It is ea'syt to "take this test and prove
these statements by changing from cof
fee to P'ostumti Food Coffee.
A SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON~
CR. 'CHARILES EDWAI D L~
1:.: a > or o i I I :I
Ws~~ Chs1 .%aon whr gm Dr.
I~ brng yo . I u 1 4j 1i!
jo,'hih114''i "o :11
:1110111 ed '. 4itt I * .lii'(
1I br.o Iihe" il 1,211 1~t had po !-i'''
t11h. vli ch hV~ v1lI il
ya .1 isli-S C;W'-Isr. IA '41;5i 'l%1xt
i3st. (4i'1i4l oult 'aii4':11LH.P.1 .11 ihc2
Th." agonii'12 1s ofd til t-,Iii 1* ~
Nw' is l'C W Ile k. .1lI3I". 0We I t 121
sI nx: il hiLs'l vision t h1 fil '4I: wl'
i: 4) bcon . UL ingwlil o'd ou 12* .0 rdi
.-a Iolin wl "l'3 i,
ll a ii lILS n iH'lad S. j,)0tIJ ti VI'
the13nyMun 1101-y iliiX(. h s
1()1lin Gr'e', i13ls :1 UtO0.s l. iE'yp1111l
o., iI:U1*0'.d*h:4 h s~I:11l
IO cJ I i point of iit of til It las
it ''Piale is vfr I e~ru witm int
it gfl mil~ or the ms they i'ofemire hmt
p 431 203t12 sin iX'l tei s UMU t ithethl it
11115 p 1r6.lt(INJ its fl oS(4f . i'te won
L-l ~i Of brilliant'iV Sl~k-ilh1t abve
"'theyr1 'r('li[edO3 aI'a1 r ortisAvet
"'*'n lire cr:Ist'd~ lly thilar 31' pil
pak of' thieve itok NIg')ilr."is N iotihe
mvcd Mat11 1:iCl oif ight oI nat here
it i 1d lii t 'iv! beal"sV' i t1wb
"0'3L~ -. loz'dpy of thed s111l Loam 3;Z
Me' even Ltihv ievlce.re of i mode) 11(11
In lL' itO~' is * brilia tl sh211' iig ablove
;..:! il in o es il. l nli:i 1 '2.ill
viriuous or it womuid not have been
All thla. Chaina ee ta ::k.. it 'l
nro:.rssie an awfl 1: i s ! Chris
TInity. wh its C'OriW andi M, WSti
tutions. T1 :i-0 or roae
.i 05m.i ::n1d thve :::--uli :vl 10
Tx ; uNy hy v*::*rt* e
v.;- no ..V"ry 'An :.'Ma nn
wvilh its ne'.::ir" virtues. m:ni Hild
Most , Ivih M'a imalg' d U1aai' ' ia
lhis. w 1h1-:.A :igbe my k iv
M Ty hiT a t.. h a :I . :
Lto beorn in a daly T Ii tra
di:tVion 2hat thea .\pst! Th in1rre
3'2SS 4 ope N(ieloins o id ni . ai
to Chna. There is i (:,).I in t.I ven
w'o has amiorgo:.a: th:- tin:i.
(t ::' .shrt~I aof.'i~ I- ta he land~
ofUiepe-ople and 14g -tdo i:o
enism- arti coutey. ih a. . I'll -a Il
o f1 15.0.00: :: m:0 0 -l21-a':2i r Tis
0o' ' w l'o 1.': y a ld ie ~i.
who- eflLit le'.d p:itas ilit
i~t llhr4i timeasa thel tihe ofw the ate
Of :ioe York-. : A pi m::enI ll nation.
Oin'y tih;rty yli :o if way a e:inm
in v:m-pt chris0mity in .inamn. , An
o, :;: Ili S:;ling oip ust T
1t.m fro i OTien reach ad the
Th es. On ol 31 re o a ,.oI-inT aneS
you:.hs. who had worf kied their wvay
bri-e the mast .itecsol:e and
,Ion9. They w-nL To bed suplprtless thlit
r 5st nighbecaus alI the cret had
S-ne somri . A COWon Iths o One
;:hrsti~t tife uid ishi.sa.i in-t a
ofl. mIe .th~e boys:ll wagr rhetrnest
as (;tr Britai. Ti s he was
wei mdby 11tv Li n N.ii 31 Yor and a
Dibuished :compan1i y of SIih men
N.; 1.:oz DillZu of Ar igy :ll ,. (a L>ri Rose
h.He e.!(a mehi - ther!as he St ri' The
ihy of Loidoni1. td! I-,vsnvishiy v
letaipeat the Maesion liaus. He
wix .Alarquis Tito who has bWen four
tims Mt the anieinise f Japan.
Thisti a rolaintie a iarne of the in
tioi o f . :iy o its", i!()O el.
ire <'arsti:ns. .\dmliral T_.go ha., a
111ristian wvife : aitd is hi ' - not a
pagan. In th reclent wajr th bravost
'en, rals were Christian na.Japan
was pagan yesatrday, it is agnostic to
ay. tomorrow it will Le Christian.
Doubta ss nmong 1 11:e kingdomis of
this wvoribl which the r atic John saw
h:nngth- kingdomis cif o-ur LordI
mi' ( 'f is Christ was the Lrveat em
pirt, off Russia. The Russians are a
ight .-- IIy. mysterious. paradoxiena!. provi
tienTial people. Their ancestors are
fond -iong the :me1'ient Scythians in
Southern Enrop five entures b.efor
Christ. w0vorshipin. a sword 11tid in the
grm111ti as 'n liagne cf tell god of -war.
ia'der ihe rtign of Vindimtor. 1400 A.
1.. h itussiens became Christian,
geiting their reliion not froaIhome.
It from oninfantinole; henre they
:)r-( Gre~ek ('Bris;t ians.
Th 11Rsi bs h lear re igions Coll
'vieions and eis devoted to the rits of
his .hr,-h aenator Peei says:
The relinius sid of a RIssian 1s all
ites of hiS." lis faith is serene
ind stadly: the hoir icons, ar, reer
hly protevt-, and the dvotion of the
SolWe is mar.kvid Like I'lrom-wel's
army TherY often 1.: r4h into balttle with
sa(ared Songs olhe lips.
Ria in prIo ha 'ts ot evoltion.
Si i4 not la hear that walks like a
m .' irs vfKipling 1rsi butShe is a
\ut itill h11e (remembered' 1hatt nuther
Vt'ion in 1 v.ts!i devloptil histiryhe-u
':ve Y) much1:1O iO like a gundrupe tat t.
w'ti~ priobably awy et referrIi d uihto as
. t ar~ty ial (' ith. r' O 4(ad entCr ris
3te 'l i1ial Un000.t~li 'l tifc
t hav beena rnl anditartslirs
ruer . er ave iso been epoch-i'sta
'e-anent' quaiies'a of greanes wih' ich
e-n clmaon its ma ilwruinstsuch
m an a Prine Kuoa ti.' Dette,
The'Ant ''o-Saxo an the Slar ti
waasta'r the laiter movai asward.il
awith the Russian .01her! r:UTa( hae
. ah Iiet ofahi t . the nat isSa
unedso teeat.It il' tu hOf the
.'J ssan as it s rn aoate .'iItin l
Saxon tht ho1no 5onty conl) but0
heI as'in lbit I I . l
. \ t wnd of theT ig orinal thnr
i' tvaen of tet'tmbnrenturly .00.
!")O ne hie 01' ofrih. lifienth uetr
10t.00.hi:s fOthe endf 1't' hrin oeigteth
wollyr -nona '! horg'a i a. a n'l 1 fetl
lirult, ei hi wats to:se.re smethin
miikets. ICf ~ilO h o f :t.h0e 0 wast
fle-di.. I T he inha ruhbt ednsr
.ev-. song- which were0 sisg ('rthn
bic ,ere S.ti.:.::m ne-'!:istin. Truic.
we;::e : stlsdin:ew jofs nurLwr gands
l'i::tyesof at' llnessin:: go ns
ri.' tin (1- res of~ the co emnato
it ;"new hasinpr.is iandr inimeries
, eveal~ ne tlnsvery siche. eonsh
:,tt fr wit- ram oyouerswilld imn
;t-ma. saTce, n morolded fbric ohem
--ky n canbee Inlmy. there's
Cares Bal Breath-Positive aw-1 tinitaui
aure Free.-No DIr4tu4'.Ue t
A sweet breath is priceless.
Mull's Anti-Belch kaers will cure bad
breath and bad taste instantly. Be.'ehng
and bad taste indicate offensive trcath,
whieb is due to stomneh trouble.
Mull's Anti-lelch Wafers purify the
stom.ich and stop belching, by absorhog
foui gases that arite from uodigeired food,
and by supplying the diigestive organs witb
natural solvents for food.
TheY relieve sea or car sicknesr and nau
sea of any kind.
They quickly cure headache. correct the
il effect of exce-sive eating or drinking.
They wi:1 destroy a tobacco, whisky or
onion breath instantlv.
They :stop fermentation in the stomach.
neute indimest:on. cramps, c-hc, gas in the
stomach and intestines, distended abdo
men, hear" burn, bad complexion, dizzy
spells or any other affliction arising from
a dicheahed tom'ach.
We kuow Mull's Anti-Belch Tafers will
do this. and we want vou to knowit. This
off-r may not appear again.
| 56 (000) FOR 25-. 43
Send this coupon with your name
and address and your druggist's name
and 10c. in stamps or silver, and we
will supply you a samp'.e free if you
have never used Mull's Anti-Be!ch
Wafers and wi!) also send you a cer
tificate good for 25c. toward the pur
chase of more ,elch Wafers. You will
find them inva' -able for stomach trou
ble; cures by absorption. Address
.MULLS 1IG E '.ONo Co., 328 3d
Ave., Rock Island, i11.
All drrg:-ists. 50c. per box, or by mail
upon receipt of p-rice. Stamps accepted.
Fuilly tw1o-thirds of our troubles
are olv tiniitieijitud.
T.. &M L. & M.- L. : !r.
Buy . M .I. Paint and get a full gallon.
Wears 1) to 15 years. 1ecause I.. &. M.
-Zi- h:arden L. J: M1. White Lead and
makes I.. * 1. Paint wae l Ike iron.
4 galons of M.. & 3! mixed with 3 -allons
oil wil naint a mo:::rIte sizle nZo.e'.
C.S. Andrewi-. 1ayor.D:mbury.Con-n.,
woes: "PaiNted ny L;use 19 years ago
with .. & M. Look-s weoll to-dar."
l'AINT YOU11 HOLSE.
1 -r ee:. c ision allowed to any
r--dent wh-re we haive no agent, on sale
of L. & Ml. lo)roperty-Iwners, at onr re
AppIy to JA.N(MAN & MARTINEZ.
Paint Makers. New York.
Witiing wrks wnuders-if you
keep busy while waiting.
Dr. W. T. Woodley,
318AW. 9th. Charlotte. N. C. Specalist, dis
eases of women. Chronic and skin diseases.
Removes moles. warts. birth marks. and oth
er blemishes without pain or scar. Will be in
office during weelk of 20tn May celebration,
(20 to 20th ineisive.)
A woman can throw a hint straigh
ter than a man can throw a rock.
Ir. Bi6-gera 1 uckleberry Cordial Never
To eure Cldren Teething, Dowel Trou'>les,
et.:. At Druggists 2.- and 50.: per bottle.
Haste inakes sone )eople waste a
:ot of other people's time.
From~ lreadflln Palusi From Wound on
Foor--systemi All Munm Down-MI
raculous Cure by Cuticura.
"Word.; eannot speak highly enough for
the Cutie:?ra Rernuedies. I anm now sev
enty-two years of age. My system had
becen all run down. My blood was so bad
that blood poisoning had set in. I had
several doctors ati-ending me, so finally I1
wvent to the hospital. where I was laid
up for two mornths. My foot arid ankle
were almost beyond recognition. Dark
blood flowed out of wounds in many places
and I was so disheartened that I thought
surely my last chance was slowly leaving
moe. As the foot did not improve you can
readily imagine how I feit. 1 was simply
disgusted and tired of life. I stood this
pain, which was dreadful, for six months,
and during this time I was not able to
wear a shoc and not aole to work. Somec
one spoke to me about Cuticura. The con
sequences were I bought a~set of thec Cu
tieura R~emedies ot one of my friends, who
was a draggit. and the raise tbat 1 gave
afteg the .second appiicaticu is beyond de
scipition: it seemed a miracle, for the Cu
licura Rmedies took effect immediately-.
I wa <hed e foo' with the Cuticura Soan
bef0-or appying the Ointment, and I toolk
in I Resolvent at the same time. After
tw -ea< treatment my foot was healed
(omple:(y People who had seen my loot
drmvtm iiiness and who have seen it
ince.h caire (-an hardly belie e their
c--. eye obert Schoenhaer-, Newburgh.
Thel .\biihty never recog-nizes a
preiceber's worth by the salary he
FITS. .Tibm- Ti r re: rvcue PimeCs i
an y .1 * Iv f.". KI,:e'. Cr: rd N .rv'
.~s'ecr. :j-2 I~ 1 ''Itie and ireailse iro
re. W ine ' O.h in-. Syrup for Ch i i r-e
Second: vou receive useful and
the Good Luck coupons (notice
there is a coupon on everyu can.
manage to furnish their homes
pi-icrs of jewciry for themselves, a~
Other bazinig powder~ claiming
Lasck cost more, and brink you
Ask your grocer for a can. If I
send us his name.
THE SOUTHEnRN li
r Lady in Boston
..( ... ......
I (n:M Let sleep andl could hardly drag
around. I cor.sulted two phyicinans without
: d us a 1, r'ot. I tried LydiaE.
Pirkht;;s .t..aute Compound. and to my
s r e iry ahe and pain' let , I
piua Innds and am in perfect hcalth.
Ml- F rl A ckers. of 317 North Suiii
-Lnr -..recl Na.'h-;ille, Tenn., writes:
Dew r Fikham:
"ia::Tei with painful periods, severs
I,, ring-dwn pains, pains avrosl
he. .... -:e.we . vrv nervous and irrita
b :y .:oi : w -ore every month.
- 1 nimi:- a: fAr d to be(lo rne an1d I
eai 0: r ry Lyzdia~ E. Pinzkhan's Vegetabl-a
f:: :wu. i it, was doing mni
gotL)i AWi l"y p *2m- r % ehes disappeared,
arvd Iu I. ayr ft-ar imly monthly periods."
~.yVAia E, 1I-'di:ham's 'Vegetable Com
paudc' it ui fainL cure for all thes')
tr e. it strengthens the proper
m.iIL and displacemrent with ail its
horror i I r.o more crush you.
l~eahdizziness, Iaiunting. bear
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