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Women Who Wear Well.
It is astonishing how great a change a
few years of married life often make in
the appearance and disposition-of many
women. The freshness, the charm, the
brilliance vanish like the bloom from a
peach which is rudely handled. The
matron is only a dim shadow. a faint echo
of the charming maiden. There are two
reasons for this change. ignorance and
neglect. Few young women appreciate
the shock to the system through the
change which comes with marriage and
motherhood. Many neglect to deal with
the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak
nesses which too often come with mar
riage and motherhood. not understanding
that this secret drain is robbing the cheek
of its freshness and the form of its
As surely as the general health suffers
wben there is de gement of the health
of the delicate woma organs, so surely
wh organs are tablished in
h t e witness
tothe act in comee a arly
amillion women hAyg..found health-and
ha~pnessin t2 ue f#LP ierce's Fa.
J? orie Fisri tig,.It makes weak wom
en strong and sick women well. Ingredi
ents on label-contains no alcohol or
harmful habit -forming drugs. Made
wholly of those native, American. medic
inal roots most highly recommended by
leading medical authorities of all the sev
eral schocls of practice for the cure of
woman's peculiar ailments.
For nursing mothers.or for those broken
down in health-by too frequent bearing of
children, also for the expectant mothers,
to prepare the system for the coming of
baby and making its advent easy and
almost painless. there is no medicine quite
so good as "Favorite Prescription." It
can do no harm in any condition of the
system. It is a most potent invigorating
tonic and strengthening nervine nicely
adapted to woman's delicate system by a
physician of large experience in the treat
ment of woman's peculiar ailments.
Dr. Pierce may be consulted by letter
free of charge. Address Dr. R. V.'Pierce,
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
Buffalo, N. Y.
The biblical cubit was nearly twen
A MISSOURI WOMAN
Tells a Story of Awful Suffering and
Wouderf at Relief.
Mrs. J. D. Johnson, of 603 West
Hickman St.. Columbia, Mo., says:
"Following an operation two years
ago, dropsy set in,
an:1 my left side was
so swollen the doctor
said he would have to
tap out the water.
There was constant
pain and a gurgling
sensation around my
heart, and I could not
.ralse my.: arm above
\ my head. The kid
nzy action was. disor
dered and passages of the. secretions
too frequent. On the advice of my
husband I began using roaan's Kidney
Pills. Since using two boxes my
trouble has not reappeared. This is
wonderful, after suffering two years."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Work of a Great Daily Paper.
In the development of a State o~
section it is impossible to overesti
madte the influence for good exerte<
-by a great newspaper, such, for in
stance, as The Daily Auierican. o
Nashville. Tennessee. Tennessee.- a
la-rge, and Nashville in particular
9owe moi-e to The American than mos
people would grant before giving thi
matter proper thought. it has, duri
ing all the years of its existence
stood solidly for the best interest:
and the fullest development of it:
eity and State along all lines. polit
ieal. eivic. indiustrial and educat ion
al. Truly the influence of this pro
gressive paper has becn a treran
dous force, and its work has born
fruit in making know.n to the out
side world the natural resources o
Tennessee. Only the loyal suppor
* of the people (call repay it for the ex
cellent service it has rendered.
No .sin satisfies Satan better thal
spiritual indifferehee. So. 47-'06.
CRISIS OF ILHOO1
A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL
Miss. Emma Cole Says that Lydia R
Pinkam's Vegetable Compound hat
Saved Her Life and Made Her Well
How many lives of beautiful yong
-girls have been sacrificed just as then
mere ripening into womanhood ! How
many irregularities or displacemient:
have been developed at this impo::tan1
* period, resulting in years of suffe: ing
i u mmaCole
A mother should come to her child'
aid at this critical time and remembe:
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabl<
Compound will prepare the systemnfo
the eoming change' and start this try
ing period in a youn g girl's life withou
pain or irregularities.
Miss Emma Cole of Tullahoma, Tenn.
. IDear Mrs. Pinkham:
" I want to tell you that I am enjoying bet
ter health than C have for years,. and I ow
it all to Lydia E. Pinkham vegetable Coa
" When fourteen years of age I suffered al
most constant pain, and for two or thre
rears I had soneness end pain in my dd
beadaches anA. was dissy and nervous, ans
doctors all f *to help me.
"Lydia E. neakhaz's Veetble Compoun<
was recommended, and ater takingi itm;
health began to improve rapidly, aind I thing
it saved my life. I sneerely hope myoexperi
ence will be ahel p to other girls who are pass
ing from girlhood to womanhood. for I kno'
yeur Compound will do as muchi for them."
If you know of any young girl whoi
sick and needs motherly advice ask he
to write Mrs. Pineham, Lynn, Mass.
and she will receive free advice whic1
will put her on the right road to
strong, healthy and happy womarnaood
Mrs. ?ink'hami is daughter-in-law c
Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-fiv
ya.. h.as. ben avisiag siek wome;
ECZEMA AFFLICTS FAMILY.
Father and Five Children Suffered For
Two Years With Terrible Eczema
Wonderful Cure by Cuticura.
"My husband and five children were all
afficted with eczema. They had it two
years. We used all the home remedies
we could hear of. without any relief. and
then went to a physician and got medicine
two different times, and-it got worse. It
aff.eted us all over except head and hands.
We saw Cuticura Remedies advertised and
concluded to try them. So I sent for $1.00
worth, consisting of. one cake of Cuticura
Soap, one box of Ointment and one vial of
Pills, and we commenced to use them. I
do not know how to express my joy in
linding a cure, for two of my children
were so bad that they have the brown
scars on their bodies where they were
sore. Mrs. Maggie B. Hill, Stevens, Ma
son Co., W. Va.. June 12. 1905."
- Esperanto meetings continue to
attract many adherents in Paris.
Plays and recitations in the new lan
guage are features of these confer
We ofrer One hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
hall's Catarra ure.
1' J. CJuxxx & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney lor the last 1b years, and believetnim
periectly honorable in all business trnsac
tiocsaznd financially able to carry out any
obligations made bv their firm.
WEST '& TRuAx, Wholesale Druggists, To
edo, 0. ,
N% ALDING, KENxxA 1 3MmAnx, ' Wholesale
Druggis'ts, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrn Cureis takesninternally, a:
-ingdirectlyupontheblood and mucuoussur
laces ofthesvstem. '.Lestimonials sent free.
Prier, ice. per bottle. bold by all Druggisti.
Take l all's Family Pills for constipation.
A. fox, pursued by a pack of
hounds in Somersetshire, stopped
long enough in his flight to select a
fat duck from a farmyard he was
passing and carried it off.
A Guaranteed Cure For Dyspepsia.
Purchase price (50c.) of Tyner's
Dyspepsia Remedy returned if it fails
to relieve or cure
tion, Heart Burn,
Bad Breath, Ner
vousness, Gas on
the Stomach, Acid
tion or any stom
ach trouble. Fin
est remedy made
for weak stomachs. 50c. at all drug
gists, or by express. Circular free.
Tyner Remedy Co., Augusta, Ga.
There is no wad in last year's vest.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
tion, allays pain,cures wind colic, 25ca bottle
"Bachelors can be found roaming
at large in all parts of the world.
They inhabit apartments, clubs, op
en fields, bodies of water and music
halls. They are also seen behind Thc
scenes. They hover. at times near
front gates, and have been found in
back parlors with the end of a search
"Bachielors are nomadie by nature
and variable in their tastes, never go
ing with one girl long enough to be
"Bachelors make love easily, but
rarely .keep it. Rich bachelors are
hunted openly and shamelessly. and
are alw'ays in great danger. Those
who tinly escape are.' as a rule..use
les ever afterwards.''-Tom Masson,
in the December Delineator.
A Nice Distinction.
" Hello! what dropped you here!"'
exc laimed the man in the next comi
"It wasn't a drop..kick at all.''
feebly replied ihie poJor fellow who
ha d been monkeying with a mule:
"'I'm sure it was a punt."'.
On One 'Condition.
IMeaniv-No. Sir. I don't believe in
paying fancy picies to have clothes
made to order. Now. here's a suit I
bo'ghtreav-mde or$9.00. If I
should tell you I paid $2.5 for it,
wouldn't von believe it ?
.Knox-I might, if you told me over
The Man and the Beast. .
"I thought you said that your iwvo
ear-old would win the race," angrily
ried the bettor.
"Well," stammered the tout. "he
would have it sure, but yer see he
wasni't broke proper"
"You don't say'2 That's the dif
feen'e between himi and me."
A Stronger reeling.
"I'm sorry. Mr. Subber." said the
mean't. "but business has become
Iso 'dull I'll have to lay you off. I
hope you feel resigned to the inevi
"Resigned?" gasped the clerk. "I
Publish a Book About Coffee.
There has Iteen much discussion as
to coffee and Postumi lately, so muchi
in fact, that some of the coffee im
porters and roasters have taken to
type to promote the sale of their
wares and check if possible the rapid
growth of the use of Postum Food
In the coffee importers' book- a
chapter is headed "Coffee asa Medi
cine," and advocates its u~se as such.
Here is an admission of the truth,
most important to 'all interested.
Every physician knows, and every
thoughtful person should know, that
habitual use of any "'medicine'' of the
drug-stimulant type of coffee or
whisky quickly causes irritationi of
Sthe tissues and organs stimulated and
finally sets up disease in the great
majority of cases if persisted in. It
may show in any one of the many or
gans of the body and in the great ma
jority of cases can be directly traced
to coffee in a most urnmistakable way
rby leaving orf the active irritant
coffee-and using Postum Food
Coffee for a matter of 10 days. If
rthe result is relief from nervous trou
ble. dyspepsia, bowel complaint.
heart failure, weak eyes, or .iny other
malady set up by a poisoned nervous
fsystem,' you have your answer with
Bthe acouracy of a demonstration in
"ere's a meaan~" for Postum..
Subject: "Profit and Loss."
Brooklyn, N. Y.-Preaching at the
Irving Square Presbyterian Church
on the theme. "Profit and Loss," the
Rev. I. W. Henderson, pastor, took
as his text Mark 8:36. "For what
doth it profit a man to gain the whole
world and forfeit his life." He said:
Jesus draws the picture with
strength and in a startling manner.
What doth it profit a man if, in the
end, he shall have gained control
over the sum total of the material
things in the universe and have for
feited his soul life with God? "The
question is between that life which
consists mainly in having and that
which consists in being." The ques
tion is whether or no our efforts
shall tend to self-aggrandizement or
to soul culture. Shall we devote our
larger and finer energies to the at
tainment of possessions which are of
use in this world alone or to the en
largement of our spiritual 'powers?
The difference 'is between getting
and growing. The man whose ca
reer is given over to getting things is
measured as a success according,. to
the material wealth he has acquired.
But the man who is a "growing man"
is markad by his richness in grace,
goodness and godliness.
There is in our time a most com
mendable spirit abroad in the hearts
of our people leading them to seek
the amelioration. and upliftment ot
the conditions of life about us. There
is an earnest desire among men of
purpose everywhere to make the
most out of life. We have small pa
tience with the shirk and are getting
to have less with the business slave.
We read of the possibilities of cheap
power in its relation to economic af
fairs and, millions of money trans
form Niagara into electricity and
rapid transit. Our hearts are ap
palled at the Ignorance of thousands
of men here in America and we build
schools. We are told that in order
to a successful social system the
worker must have fair hours and a
good wage. The luxuries of yester
day are the necessities, and inexpen
sive, too. o.f to-day. Our millionaires
have gold galore for charities and
clubs, and men in all grades of so
ciety put more money into amuse
ments than ever before. All this is
well in its way and place. Social
conditions should be bettered and thE
standard of life raised. No" man
should waste any of his talents, nox
should he give undue attention tc
any one to the detriment of the rest.
The latent wealth of the world should
be made productive. No man should
be sent out into the battle of lifE
mentally unprepared. Each member
of this State deserves and should bE
enabled to acquire sufficient physical
endurance to fit him for the fight.
The man who sells his labor must re
ceive a fair wage and decent oppor
tunity for enjoyment and for the cul
ture of other than his "business na
ture." We cannot have too many
charitable institutions to meet real
need, nor can we do other than re
joice over the wealth that lies at our
hands. All of these things are good.
all are necessary. each when used
properly will be found to be a means
to the better'ment of this world and
But in our endeavor to utilize the
possibilities of the present and mate
rial life there lies the danger to for
get the immortal and spiritual exist
ence of the soul. Education at the
State's expense is a cure for many
social Ills and a salve for many ax
economic sore. Moiney may and does
bring happiness to the hearts of all
who, righteously, may possess it. Nc
man can deny the value of physical
culture In the cure of many bodily
ailments and In strengthening the
constitution. Fair pay for a fair
day's work Is only just. None of us
begrudges the man of millions except
we are aware he has robbed us. Bui
brain muscle and morality are not
necessarilf synonymous. Some o1
the most dissolute men the world
has ever harbored have been the
mightiest -In intellect. The antics
and exteesses of not- a few college
men but prove that book knowl~edge
and purity of life are not one. Mone:
is not an unrighteous thing of itself
but, oh, what slaves it does make o1
men; how soon the greed for It Will
stifle all that is noble In Its lovers.
The size and development of your up
per right arm is in no way an indica
tion of the strength of soul you pos
sess nor Is It a substitute for It
Bulk of purse, brawn of muscle
depth of learning and a fine mental
ity are both commrendable and desir
able if so be they are righteously ac
quired, but the acquisition of all
these things is as nothing if so be
man has forfeited his soul life fo.
To-day we train our youth foi
business or profession-that is te
say, for careers of economic useful
ness. Our main aim in education is
to fit men to achieve material sue.
cess. We demand that our' school:
shall turn out men who are able tc
take care c' themselves. We pa:
but scant attention to individualit:
and to the leanings and peculiaritie:
of personality. Any one here -car
state, as well as I. how much moral
training the schools give our youth.
In our fear that the Bible in the
school may savor of denominational
ism we leave, often~a free field for the
devil. Fr-om earliest youth till the
child is a man dependent upon hi:
own resources the continual cry I:
for him to achieve success. Fortun
ate, indeed, is the man who, by wise
direction and personal preference, is
<nabled to choose the way that lead:
to real and lasting success. But the
pity is that too many of us spell sue
cess in the terms of material achieve
ment. Too few are they who knov
that success is a matter not so muel
of getting as of being; that it is more
a matter of soul culture than of ma
terial gain. Success Is measured noi
by the amount you have, but by wha1
you amount to.
Far be It from me to belittle
prper material success. The world
owes a debt it never can repay to the
men of money, the masterful mechan
ics, the learned lawyers, the erudite
doctors. the brainy business men, the
tireless teachers and toilers and lead
ers who have made possible and ap
parent the civilization we gow enjoy.
I am the last man to deny the value
and advantage. aye, the necessity, of
all manner of human development
But what shall It profit us. individu
ally or socially, if, surpassing Greece
for wisdom, the Romnans for wealth,
the arts of France. the metaphysical
acumen of Germany, the landed pos
scesson of Russia, the commercial
IrZA W. MEN
TME F-AMOUS DV1EN
power of o.:r English cousins. we
shall attain material suuess at the
expense of our soul's life? "For
'what deth it proft a man to gain the
whole sum total of material things
and have forfeited his soul life with
The highest measure of success Is
the permanency of achieved results.
The test -of- service is in the worthi
ness of the labors to which our efforts
have been applied. If sound- money
is more important than sound morals
then the teacher of political economy
is of more value to the world than
the teacher of ethics. that is to say,
of the .science of right living. If
fleets are of more consequence than
spiritually minded and Chris.t-moved
men, then Morgan with his mer
chant marine is mightier than Moody
with his Bible. If cash counterbal
ances character then let us relegate
the Christ life to its proper, that is
to say, the second. place in our
scheme of living.. If policy is better
than principle and gain at any cost
superior to righteousness, then let
us hoist the Joliy Roger to the fore
peak of the ship of State and de
clare ourselves the moral pirates that
we are. But I am persuaded that we
do not value the material more than
manhood. I am sure that funda
mentally we do believe that princi
ple, purity and godliness are more of
account than all else in life. We are
I all.conscious of the beauty, the no
bility, the transcendent importance
of the culture of the soul. There is
not a man, or but few, men anywhere
but who will admit at once and with
out discussion that to trade the soul's
life for material success is to strike
a poor bargain. I have yet to meet
the thinking man, whose opinions are
worth a snap of my finger, who sus
tains any other proposition save that
a godly life is the only sure founda
tion of society and the only guarantee
of the permanency and efficiency of
I Believing these latter truths to be
divine why. then. do we hesitate to
connote logic with action? 'Why do
we refrain to parallel our academic
conclusions with definite effort. Why
do we refuse consistency a hearing
and continue to serve the god of ma
My friends, the whole question of
service and success is a matter of
getting or being, of self-aggrandize
ment or of self-realization and soul
culture. Getting is as natural as
breathing. But we breathe not for
the sake of breathing, but in - order
to live. Getting, the acquirement o1
temporal wealth, may be a means tc
the culture of our souls. When sc
used riches are a blessing. That man
is wisest who makes all things in -this
life tend toward his soul's develop
ment. Let us teach our youth that
growth In godliness is the prime
function, the principal task of hu
man endeavor. Let us tell our younf
men and our maidens that it is besi
to serve God and to grow constantly
into the graces and beauties o1
Christlikeness. Let uis send home tc
the young and impressionable hearts
of our boys and our girls the change
less and eternal truth that it car
never profit a man to gain the w-holf
world and lose his own life withir
God. Then shall wei have inculcatec
the true philosophy of life and hast.
ened the coming of the kingdom 0o
the God of Christ our Lord.
Worry and Fear Removed.
It is not religion, but the lack a
it that makes people unhappy. Ye
how strangely and how widely tht
opposite view prevails. There art
many who think of religion not onl:
as a galling drudgery, but as tht
surest source of moroseness, melan
choly and unhappiness of life. TheiF
idea is that religion is a system o
suffering to which many people art
willing to submit here in order th'a
they may not suffer hereafter-tha
-religion's only happiness is In tha
future, its rewards aner death. In
stead, the reel. fact is that religion i
a thing of present joy and ever con
'inung blessedness. It is .the glad
dest, happiest thing in all this world
" Her ways are ways of pleasantnes:
and all her paths are peace."
It is religion that gives us thi
bright things in life and sin the darl
things, and not vice versa. Religiox
goes down to the deepest springs o
Iour mental and spiritual well-being
It brings untold measures of peac'
and joy. It takes the sting out a
the ipast and it takes the worry ou
of the present. It t -kes the fear ou
of the fut'ure.-Tihe Rev. G. B. F
Hallock, D. D.
How to Learn Love.
It is true that love cannot b'
Iforced, that it cannot be made to 0r
der. that we cannot love because w'
ought or even because we want. Bu
we can bring ourselves into the pres
ence of the lovable. We can ente
into friendship through the door o
discipleship. W\e can learn lov
through service.-H~ugh Black.
What Coulid Hinder?
Tf man's device can produce puri
whIte paper from filthy rags, wha
should hinder God to raise from thi
dead this vile body and fashion i
like the glorious body of . Christ?
A man's knowledge -of doctrig
counts for nothing if he neglect
Power From Refuse.
Several small towns near Birming
ham, England. have combined to erec
a plant for disposing of refuse, ant
at the same time fur-nish electrica
power. The old system of refuse dis
posal was unsatisfactory from a sani
tary point of view and cost $2.G3!
per annum. Under the new method
as the heat produced by the combus
tion of ashes. etc., means steam.1
is calculated there will be f rom thi:
souce an annual income of $7,00i0 ta
$9,000. The Council has turined ove
to an electrica! syndicate the right:
to generate and seil electricity, an<
the syndicate contracts to pay a
least $2,000 a year for the use o
e tthe steam from the destructor. Thi
s yndicate will iulid a plant nearth
destructor to generate electrieity fo
ower and light. an( doubtless wil
oon be able to use u:1 the steamn thi
d estructor can pro-Th cx
The Pope's residence at Rome, wit1
- ts treasures in money, is saild to e1
- en nnrOC. nno in value. -
as with joyous hearts and smiling faces,
how conducive to health the games in
enjoy, the clean'ly, regular habits they sh
diet of which they should- partake. How
not by constant medication, but by careft
ous or objectionable nature, and if at an:
nature, only those of known excellence
and wholesome and truly beneficial in
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the Call
come into general favor in many million:
of its quality and excellence is based upi
Syrup of Figs has also met with the
they know it is wholesome, simple and g
ble physicians as to the medicinal prit
original method, from certain plants kn<
presented in an agreeable syrup in whic
used to promote the pleasant taste; the
we are free to refer to all well informe
medicines and never favor indiscriminat
Please to remember and teach your
always has the full name of the Corn
printed on the, front of every package ar
only. If any dealer offers any other t]
printed thereon the name of any other c<
the. genuine you will not get its beneficia
a bottle on hand, as it is equally ben
whenever a laxative remedy is required.
Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any otbLer dye. One i~c.1pc
dlye any garment without ripping apart. Write for tree bookJet-flow to 1).
, v "I "
o If you only knew how u
can be derived from a PI
..'0.38..Oil Heater--how simple anc
;cg g y-g'C its operati.on, you woudn
"o o^ It another day.
You can quickly make wi
any cold room or hallway
whiai part of the house. Yi
water, and do many other th
(Equipped with Smokeless Device
Turn the 'wick as high or low as you can-there's
Carry heater from room to room. All parts easily cle:
intense heat without smoke or smell because equipped
Made in two finishes-nickel and japan. Brass oil
fully embossed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9
hours. Every heater warranted, If you cannot get
heater or information from your dealer, write to
Snearest agency for descriptive circalar.
an edsteadyligt siple con
Biupe 'with latest improved butner. Mdof
brass throughout and nickel plated.. An ornament to
any room whether library, di~.om, parlor or bed
room. Every lamp .aa rieto naes
agency if not at yourdass. ,
There is perdition in the -pleasure Pleasant look~
that causes another pain, part of life's lu
A Well-KnIown Remuedy
one of the oldest, safest and most fa-m
vorably knon rmde in th worlto
an laxative. Being purely vegetable they -(t
can be used by old or young with perfect
increased doses and finally cease acting
altogether, with Brandreth's Pills the same
dose always has the same effect, no matter
how long they are taken. One or two pills
taken each night for a' while is the best
thing known for any one troubled with________
constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia or any
trouble arising from an' impure state of"A TE
tBrandreth's Pills have been in use for flwosrv n
over a century anfi are sold mn every druggend.ATNB
and medicine store, plain or sugar-coated.
Dreams are from Jove.-Homer.
& to hitASTCI
- Wine of (
- matter anc
*- -scanty, pr
II ~ cramps, d:
Oi~e~'Io ij-sealed enm
Dou Know .,ALL
they romp and play-when in health-and
which they indulge, the outdoor life they
>uld be taught to form and the wholesome
tenderly their health should be preserved, I
il avoidance of every medicine of an injuri
r time a remedial agent Is required, to. assist
should be used; remedies which are pure
effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy,
fornia Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has
of well informed families, whose estimate
n personal'knowledge and use.
approval of physicians .generally, because
,ntle In its action. We inform all reputa- -
iciples of Syrup of Figs, obtaiied, by an
>wn to them to act most beneficially and
h the wholesome Californian. blue figs are
efore it is not a secret remedy and hence
d physicians, who do not approve ofi patent
children also that the genuine Syrup of Figs :
pany-California Fig Syrup Co.-plainly
d that it is for s-ale in bottles of one size
an the regular Fifty cent size, or having
mpany, do not accept it. If you fail to get
I effects. Every family should always have.
eficial for the parents and the children,
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