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A Woman's Back
Has :my sches and pains cansed 'by
wekessand fall!int-or othe-,r displace
ment. of the pcIvi- org:ns. 0.: symp
toms of female wat: r :eun
headache,- dizzne ' ar mr peso
dark s.nots floating bfore. me-- ::-. gn.a! o
lng se::ation~ instoach, darie or
bearin g down in o er a buo I Cr: r ivic
rezion. diSagreeal"e' n frn pelvie
organ:s, rant syd i t witic~ral w akess5.
If an' consi number of tIIe: abovei
sy-pt s are- present here is no remedy
t w 'ivequicker rei"ef or a more per
magent than Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Pre' T t has a record of over forty
years 60 cur~ Iti h ee potert
vivgknwn tO ijj : in C'e. I: is md
of tz gi::cer~c ex!trtfo~T:7ve medie:
nal ro:*s fo'und in' or forests a cd con
tains net a drop of n!ehol or harm ful. or
habiz-formingr dru~g. Its intgrd U'nts are
al! pr: ted on the bt:o-wrapper ind at
tes-,ed udroath us corrcect.
Every ngdi n ntering into "Fa
vorite Preseri-otion a-. the written en
dursement of the mt emine-nt medica!
writers of al' thle "r- - sel:eois of :rac
tice-rmorc valuab)c (zhan anY amnflOUt (f
non-professional testimonials-thuugi the
latter are ot i having been con
tributed voluntarily ,y grateful patients
in numbers to exo:i tl endorsenents
give- to any othi mediri-. extant for
the cure of womau's i
Youj cannot afford to.acept any med icine
of unknwn composit"io a. a subs:titute
for this well prove. remedy oF KNOwN
coIosri, C e nough the dealer may
m.rakc a little =ore profit thereby. Youi
interest in regaiig ii-alth is paramount
to any selfsh iret of hi, and it is an
insult to Your Intelinrc-e 'or him to try
to palm CT upo n ya s:stitute. You
know what you want and it '! his bus
ness to supply th e t el e Called for.
Dr. Pierce's Ple-asant . Pellets are the
original "Little iver Pills" firet put up
by old Dr. Pierce ov.-r forty years ago,
much imitated but never Pqualed. Little
sugar-co..ted granules-Lasy to take 3s
Dreams are From Jove.--fomer.
a dozen other
syaptoms of kid
ney trouble. but
lay it to other
causes. Make no
the kidneys well,
and these aches
and troubles will
Cadrette. if Mechanic St., Leomins
ter, Mass.. says: "My sight failed. I
had sharp pain in my back and bear
ing-down pains through the hips. I
was nervous, fretful and misorablo
The urine was greatly disordered and
I began to have the swellings of
dropsy. I was running dow. fr.st
when I started using Doan's Kidney
Pills. A wonderful change came and
after using them~ faithfully for a
short time I was 2:e11-"
So'.d by all deniers. 50 cents a box.
.Foster-Milburn Co., Bluffalo, N. Y.
An Incentire to Live.
valid's fruied "'u're no: going to
"TI' th w~C'ay to) ialk.
"YsT heard the doctors cu~rrel
irg about which om of the'm houild
i-I tool:d a h ~ ~er by pie
k it liia man a: do:i t place it o
exhibitio So. 45-'06
Caused by Female Disorders andl Cured by
L.)dia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Comp~oun~d
A great many women st'.er n:th aa
forrn of indigestion or dyspepsid v:hich
does nos seem tz yie'-d too rdinary treat
mient. White the symptoms seem to b~e
simi lar to th~ose, of ordinary in-liges
tion, vet the medicines un versail pre
scribned du r.ot seem to. restore the pa-.
tiets o rm. cod t o.
Mr Pika cam that there :sa
kind of dysppsi-tha is :-aused by a
dentngement of the female organism,
and which. while itcauses a disturh
ance similar to oreinary- indigestion,
cannot he relie':ed without a medinine
which not onl actsa a stomach tonic.
but h'as a eui r. tonic effect on the fe
Aspro of this; +heory we call at
tention to the case of Mrs. Magie
Wrig'ht, Il ooklyn. N. Y., who wa.s
competl enred by Lydia E. Pink
ha'Xegetable Compounddater everv
thing els had failed. She writes :
"For~ two yers T ::f'red with dyrp-ia
wich so egwrihentire sytemi that I
was una-be to attend to myr dlaily dutie<. I
felt weak and r ner-:ur '. nd nothing tht I ate
taste :"ood an~d it cas- ctdistrhwie ilr
stoma.'i I tr'e-d du rent d:ys'F:n; eresi.
butnohina -reei d t"o- bi mae. j wa d
Cop -n"tial. a"d w.as happliv s'rprised
oin tha it actedi likI a fin't tric, and in a
few days I bgs-n to en jo and roperiy digest
my food. My recovery. was rapid, arnd in
five weekts I VaE a wei WOman. I nave~ ree
ommended it to may tniering womien."
No other medicine in the world has
received sneh widespread and ung".sii
6ed endorsement or hnas such a record
of en res of female troubles. as has Lydia
L Pwkham'a Vaa-etable Copoum..
Lui.NliG SO. O N Lims,
It:.it m "obstnate .ase orEczemn-z
an obs::= ee orC cr:3. I res.:ted to
e. ,.:6 som I s a;no t m :::anl + EC
a~orde ina- we d~cerded the piis:
p . rel:e entiecyC C'
y t -:ri .n:1. Sut ur Om men 'ina
aeC- :' :ea (co ::ne n 'e EO
u me ree: an"d 1:bs
-.2 Cove:Tcd -.,!Ih ina::a s n
s: .- sve :..:di 'hr c m~ t
..rt& . ~ i: ' te:: o r e1:::ee :
:nie re a ome. tounod oand
::y. ~vn:; .v w do twec.ve m:::.~:s rom
e.---r ane -v~rc i: e-t s :romn twren ty to
t c ny-i o::ars t:> comec up on the~
I . : m. .:-S. .1z.2 VImCe :, m
F .:rmounit, namei-s Rid;;e, Tewn.. Ut.
Is a Monthly Magazine oublished! in
in"iterest of Poultry. You should
have it. Send 25c to The Poultry
Yard., Charlotte, N. C., for a whole
Rich onnet w u n'eib
Man-my Have Dyspepsia and Don't
Do you 'ei up wind? Taste your
food afte-r eating? See specks !fore
yoor oyes? Are .ou
pale and hlag gard?
Does your h eart
h flutter? Are yoi
f. ' dizzy'? Do you have
S pains in side or
back? Rlisngs or
pimples on the
skin- Are you low
J.-~ .siirited? is thcre a
:.. .m th bad? Headache' -.
Weak kidneys? Bilious? Cousti
.,ated? Are you nervous? If so, you
have Dyspepsia, and it is a dangerous
condition. To care, tage Tyner's
Dyspepsia Remedy. It is mari for
just. such troubles and symuptons.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy removes
acids from the stomach, strengthens
week stomachs and cures the worst
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Druggists
o: by express 5!) cents abottle. Money
refunded if it fails to cure. Medica!
ad-:ice and circular free by writing to
T:-ner Remedy Co., Augiusta, Ga.
Sneezing is the best brain clearer
1:nown. Many persons conclude an
attack of faintness or fainting with
a violent sneeze. Our ancestors took
snuff from a belief in the efficacy of
sneezing. But tobacco so taken is in
part absorbed into the blood and
hurts the system.
Thereis mcre Catarrh in tisz sectioa oi the
countrythanall other diseases out together,
and untli the last few yors was sutp:'osed to
beineurable. Fora '.-reat muanv years doctors
pronouncedit a lonal disease and preseribted
local reme(esq, and by constantly failin.g to
I cure with lcad! treatment. pronounved it in
curable. Science has ,irovcn Catarrh to be t
eonstitutiona: disease and therefore require
cornstitutiona! treatment. hill's ('atarra
Cure~, inanuftactured by F. J. Cbteney & Co..
Toleo Onio, is tae only' constitutioneil eur"
on the marke:. It is ta'ten interuuli. in does~
Irem10 dros )to ate.s ,oonful. It acsdirect
Ii' on the. blood and nacous surfaces oft
sv-sem T" zix oit'r one nundre.1 dolle-rs 10
savcs nIt as to en ce. Secnd for circular4
ISOld by. Dru'4ists,7.
'J ake Sal!'s Famtily Pitti f.:- consttiat'o
The city off St. Petersburg is prd'
coeding vi!gorousiy with the devclop
mentt of its urban transportation .sys
ter'. An order has icen given foir
130 Eritish-made electric trolicy
Goo Habits a Butsiness Asset.
Ur used to be anr accepted theory
f ai the business wor'ld has nothiniiu
to do withu thpri atet life of busines,
people.1" lon a a mnan ottendced
.v" true l to is obigationis and palir.
int i nolne considred s7'
irwi :u-or to a'\ny mn the hiest
Iat o C(f cretdi, must be shown thiat
Ih man~ is nt only faith'ful and~ re
and occ u'ains whic'h may impan
his standingfl. Th~e WaM Street Jour-'
rIa r'eentv went so far as to dele
that the business wari' has a i.h
to knowJ of any businuess nin"
I:ywhr lie spenids his dlays.hu
whecre he. spend his' nigrhts. It hIi
.rrht not. ony! to k'now isfna"
stanin, hu1~ i also' his. stains in ihr
*e ie of social decnc. The man who
is aihu to the. aduities of his odc
* . dec iymu t hve h:s nuni
crit maimi dovi.I aind the bine.I
to lh' ek?a-s of cxtra-Lardo~l.)
EAR!) TO SEE.
Even Whein the Factis Ablout Coz'ee
to bel"v wha ' oi ":; yc E'
dereonstaio n h re'-overg of
coYe dink~-- from. the above nn
dtons. an la- pr cent. ofth
huma failywil shrug their shoul
ders. Lakeo sor dw:s and-k-eep on
"Cofee n-e aed with im 'r'
Wi' severx m ltr ofour hoIuse
N..."vri es " ialy. "it.e rv t .
depre~ses ar erKLates a feeling of
.nguor an hevnes It was only
by leaving off cofiec and using
Postum that we~ discovered t'he cause
Iandi cure of :hese ills.
'The onliy reason, I am sure. why
Postuma is not ursed altogethe:r to the.
excusicn of ordinary cogee is, many
persons do not know and do not seem
willing to learn tihe facts and how to
prepare this nutritious beverage
There's only one way--according tO
dicios-boii it fully 15 mriutes.
Theni s delicious." Name given by 1
Postum Co.. Battle Creek', Mi.
Read the litIte book, "The Road to
Wellille" in rags. "There's a reaa
AN ELCQUENT SUNDAY SERMON BY
arv .W. Hr-liDERSON.
:ject: Chri.stian Character.
u. hs t:.: L m r2:9:"T t
or foth in exetlien ef
-O th call.d you out of
Char." r is , 1 -mcnd i the
.S o ::n ex. rid noral and spii'
Mal ee Io:ts. Charete at iLS
Weest )'::- conformit to !O" bes
t t. isThinll uS. It is both the con
sa"m'miond the iilmitation of the
will o; man. It is nor only a matter
o' 1* o':.w'rd lite bu: it is also the
ndicn' 'on and the ianifestation of
an inv':rd grace Char.eter is the
=.um O o f n means 'charaecristics 05
soul aid social ifIe.
Mte is. in thc last analysis,
m ofaccount than the outward
ct. Felilng is a fac or in the human'
ieI. ; nenLiOPs iust beC counted.
Desires may draw dovwn or up. But
with .! t'we inu the tally, you are
v vwo w!1i to bei. More than yotur
wiL desires you will not becone.
Chacter i net only what you
wish you1 werc, nor what the worid
*lhi*k you are, nor -it what you
'.o'cni yoursef1t to be'; but what you
a I.- is 1neither you'n reputation
n'Ail; ou re:-rd, save :s those tvwo
aiizn to tht m 5asure of manhoodt ac
orn ro the rule of God.
Cha rater is the mark of .Jnner
wor hiness as well a the emblein of
Sgcoo"i before the open eyes of
ien. CharactEcr is not mrely non
esiY, it is more. It is r.C only Out
w.ard puirity but also inward clean!i
ness of hert. It rloans not only to
k just. vithln thc: Stutets of the
:'enai cod'e, and just beyond
caI a, -, zn -,on (f a prison door, but.
rather to love righteoasne.ss and to
practI i 'righ~t nes' because they ::r
ighi. Character is virtue, honor, in
:egrity, godliness. It is deserved
rieuuation and the glory of a wl
:;'n Ilfe. It is' a marl: and the vic
tory of ioral orth. More to be de
:ired is it thain great iches and its
:ipe. rich, satisfying fruitage is peace
and ouitude of heart.
Christian character isconformity
to the character of Christ. It is to
beat the express image of the saving
Son of God in the inner man and
through all the problems of the so
cial life. As the Saviour bore the
imrpress of the divine will of our com
mon Father; as the faithful Friend
of men showed forth the mind and
tme manner of our God. so must wo
as truo men and women. disciples of
our Lord, be sealed with the evi
dences of divine guidance.
The highest character of. ihis life
and for the world beyond is that
which finds in Jesus Christ the idetl
and harmonious working of the will
of mian with the divine. Character,
as we Christians view it. is concerned
not only with the Christian's conduct.
ot only wi'th his doings in the field
of htnian action: but also with his
rueness to his personality and to his
Gi. Christ ian character inciades.
for it can never exclude, a duz and a
viiling regard for man's ooligations
owrd his Make:'. Is. affirms the
Ieasie' nees'sity for absolte and i
'itervng loyalty to self. 1t insiSts
id asserts that motive ' mr ''han
manner,'C while dern1auding. ih L11 so
:ial responsibilities be rmet squarely,
onorably1, m.anfu.lliy and int tnhe ear
TM character of Christ is posiitive'.
Chisi-t is~ remar'k-aole not~ for tit.
hins.a He refrained fr'om dong
but rather is IHe ideal it ile acts o
nobleness. virtueC, gooa-hear'tidrses
hich iHe did. His was nto pm:
soul. Obeing the words that carr
>t of Sinai's mighty glory. Hie wen
eyond them. Keeping well withi"
he requirements of Piarisaic leg:
sm, He pushed on and out and p
bove and beyond and -Thead of nH
the self-comlplacen cy and moral bl ind
ess of the ecciesiastics, and did
hings positive and powerful for men
nd for God. Feeling~ within ils
eart the call of imvmortal duty tho
Christ exemplified in filsa c-,- lif
hose quarities of character which
have for all time secured Him in His
proud place as the ideal man and
roved to a multitude in this sad and
og wc'rid His Godhood and His
To you~ and to me the call comes
!wn the .cnuries bidding us "to
ow forth the excellencicis of Him
vho hath called us out of darkness
nto) His marvellous light." Having
'cepted the Christ and been sealed
vith His~ love, we must beai' in our
v"s thel expr'ess image-that is to
.:"*th signet stampI, that is to say
.h"e haractr-of th" Son Of God.
Th"eb harcer of Ohrist presents to
is a dloule study and p'reserves to us
i.v tw-o cd dty; andi example. With
n'th chr ersi attributes of
'olne'sandtl~ ri teousness are comn
11te 11v'u in Hlis social sphere.
oli "s r a aI God, righteousness
award s'I m see' ty, these two are
:e b1a tr u'hs tha't ('ome to us fromu
he chora 1 r f 'h Christ and which
umon ns .o .. me~ forth His glory
"d is Wov ' Suiritual ity 017d 1mo.'
ty '. A re:i'sd sense of oneness
a th Faher a conrageous dci
maio to stand~( squtar'e bsefo'e
- y ad uprgh' a the har' of his
ecs--:-.tamare the two
-5. <-:. "";' rom'n th e ch arr.
Chri~e e - i:he :ihty' trt
h""i;t ca5 ntC woi'her you ca'' 1s
r 'e drty . ' ' w t the :uoier-. elay ' l5
.;r "is aS hr lif. Wht I'mscsr
-- for God. e 've wit is es
urigmut be es ~ihulyho S
.blyi pure, withi thhes of h wntoli
.0 espelcbt it eret ofn otl and
rhos and ratp of heaivy har'.'-. 'unto
se to doy.o brecese Ritenosness
.othinktelt of the sw. ot only
o reset tre trgt ofrothers andst
Rlighteousness i tpr-ht~n' in the
home. in the r i2i m
nolities. seer:ly. :me y sun
shine and i..1tad
and at all tim.
Virtue - d
laih rv iibe
.1ustiCe is h' .
coo-inhaL: a h rgh.T lr
of n T hd -p p.'. - -
shmt' waarei mbl v dot. nw
an the neso e :a s u
! ' 0 nl 'n 1111101. Niefnd1)
Mir a1i" . Timb' n m
iind(ci standin?- is . grnv a:li. ii,) i~Ci ie
'uld are th t '. w mi- '
In 11 the W i:- v.iol
oan L find ie wopd: -: alnor
the 1alenrthip of tme. no;Ad. i- mis
uyr rertain its sor i yi a r,.! Ca -
uen dtas ndlifting powis r i
I Chrtu e, i us Thov: r 1 ,lo: i
ness and te d me to
'!(a!, let us 1, flik. It ha, bn'?n weil.
an.Iid it sulad, be~ thihpnaal
To he en hare ChiTAI at 1ive
one leader of the p opld '5 iy'.- per
I nrl t iun ; ul.Oi f wart e _;- of
ea'llt sb t. h bon el
C'-a er co;n -
Ieter is the
i ove. and of i
Ih-ar the, impress*;,; a h
Christ is -,to b'orth 1m
an to God. HIn b 1 a... -
neOss. Righi' ousne- w a i'
count thanu ri-hes. Puri% ac
Virtue is vigor nild r h h
mark of moral decency. Jus:.ifn Is
profitable and well-ioi. to
God. Moral rectitude and 'holy life
are the riches of the soul lai up in
the treasuries of heaven.
is good. Christian eharac.ter isglor
ious. To "show forth T'- eXc'llen
cies" of Jesus is the busirss of His
The Soufl's Growth.
Temptations do nodr
rather increase, with ohf g o
the soul. The littie in n i '" hi
little battles wishcs ina l re a
great man so that the moro'. il e h
might overcome then: br vhen ;c
becomes gre:at hiimself hc e th.
storms circle the higher ai ha4
m ake the pet ;y bV 0 tl 1 :.h 1 o
level seem insigniticantr.
Many seem to think hat tempta
tion lays its hands only upon our
weak spots. But iiik v mninute.
Here is a lawyer who hasC li:'t abil
ity, seldom wins a case, alray gets
on the off side of a ju~ry, and i no
toriously incomipetent to lt a case
or plead it. Does that mntt :hnow;
what it. means to have a confessed
crminal offer him a hundrYad thn
sand dollars to get him el-ar' Does
he' know what it is to hav.e a pinly
for tune dangled hefm~ e i ac> if, in
legislative halls, he2 will stan:1' on the
wrong taide of the questi'on or js
nothing abjout it.
So it is in the Chrisi: ie h
dro"ge:' we grov: to be, rt scanger~
vill bie our 1enoh) tatuin Ti eae
we grow into tho liknes of~ .':rist,
the ficer will h' 'h onslauh ts or.
battles by mov in. into a ifrent
orI hoi'ler ''nher''.r Ea'h 'C:N or
she:'e has t -; a ati.si . As
Jesus was tempted, co wil i". His
disciples. But, as Hre was~ madeC l
eet thr'oughn cufering", 0o ou ialis,
which are hut for the mionme. will
work for us a far mlor2 c',:c.etim au
eternal weight of glor".--Ram's
A good man does good merely by
You arc not very holy if you areI
not very kin~d.
God often comes to visit us but
geeraily we are not in.
WVhat is each mnan hut one little
thread in the loom of God?
Bind together your sp:are hours by
the cord of some? defir:itec purplose.
No grip is so hard to shake' off as
that of carly religious eon':'ietionls.
Our rem'tiics frequently fail, but
Christ r.s the remedy for sin never
r:rrd's silanocs may be lon::, but
hey are never the silences of forget
i. ittle thorn may rend the finest
fabric: so may a littie sin mar the
Thert mlay be0 movemlent. but there
zan he -1o progress, in t:rav:-lin.; with
(Gradtud" is the fnaist biohsom
Iar of m::...k:n .t :: 'on" m'ore
- . ~ov-: up to
il: PoIer Ca a de.:ii co1u
Profe .icnal Diners Out.
n adause~nnt i the London
- -a r~d ;;i:: ranLy~. piaces
- -. u : *n as:::'atioln follow.
07 eprr'as of limited
utwia hezofcire, has noti
-:Ened the tice of the
T''is p::r-. . -a ::apal :tated:
n.KC.. .l.P.. well known pro
si-naly a:"l c.rlled a good co
:"'on. ove 6. d srs 1o be receiv
-d 73 .~cible me~t.ie :ishes to
>e ace" :' i e'ialy b those who
wnid :wt rcie him entirely for
ai, and posil a small contributor
o e'xense i.'
Ti:e : nly difference between this
ra and' many1. thjers who follow the
:amer trail is that he appears willing
o ont ribute his mite t.oward defray
ng the cx penIses of the gond times
1 had in view.
Thereoare in Londor., and else
vere. perhaps, many profcssional
inrs0tit who help make successful
he social affairs of .parvenus and
tr~S. who seek aid from all sources
n their efforts to break into the
cre t ha
e nsures tLihe cc
the health ar~d
- - 't. l S all
i-:cce cre cf
-Pleasant Ey r U
- SyrupCo.,,, ia:,
Ef ter Efs ts, e
- -- orgzans, sml
any way, as it <
nature. A s t
act rycst ten
with1+ ghir grn
It 'sQ beCaus4.
's a i emedy cf
OupaZty C1 rf
axat've rc e
only, by all r<
company - C
the Front of e
Color more goods brigh ter and faster colors t~wu n an3 othN(
any garmen wvhout ripping apart. Wrte f fe
onywy, by gAe
the es t o
t~~ nzRmelmcvestu a'pn apart.n ic or Sr
wrteDrm. . rens on.
He who is feare by man fer
The Ia Famil .La t
; one tha on beeueby the ere
smily voug an old weak and. stron
houd hve roprtis wich ies th
am o esalveas aling sam etoet
resda d ~ally .eff ts liecnrt carto
et--er. T ee pr ope ti ca be fudir .
ceaue it inrient Dre .f thGpre.o
era e Sta aits. Boxeer pil is epte C;,
Hre whears bered bein soad. whch
>w t.fie t e ellw.nadn. tei
Theri da l laxative h aktta
Brane ths Pill ae te samte fin h:
tietoy.l your gr ~. eandet se.
houl have b e in s foric ov er cent
nd'ae osol a y aing drug store nd me,
rte store, ther pl~inv or~ suar-toate i
Youf~ are no liely o ind efitht
hen you ---~es ;okriccn or folaws.~
rs.ol aml Winsiy.g 'yrupfonidren u
bething isftdenteus reducenfamma
thre allas paincres wind gcoldch5c a tl
Ousthe teorel day. in deor night.-ie
rthei salxt nte Dutch. t a
Youae no likly t fin fatho lo
whe yo '--t1'-in' fo fas aa
to, llyspan(nEquwipd coi at Se
Oit an oraen toy the bhoe it.- d
Fronth Dutan. Basoon euiul
Dontb aifedwt tigbt aPE
with laest impoved buner.pMd
dining~ ~ ~~t room.o alr fnta erda
n pc;riant hoevr skKin-iaing bsetlen ac zaive, c tee
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