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Gardiner, Maine.-"I have been a
great sufferer from organic troubles
~"l andasevere female
doctor said I would
have to go to the
hospital for an
operation, but I
could not bear to
think of it, 1 de
I cided to try Lydia
E. Piiikham's veg
' and Sanative Wash
. and wa? entirely
cured' after three
months' use of them,"-Mrs. S. A.
WILLIAMS, E. F. D. Ko. 14, Bex 88;
No woman should submit to a surgi
cal operation, which may mean death,
until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made exclusive
ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial.
This famous medicine for women
has for thirty years proved to be the
most valuable tonic and renewer of
the female organism. "Women resid
ing in almost every city and town in
the United States bear willing testi
mony to the wonderful virtue ot Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It cures .female ills, and creates radi
ant, buoyant female health. If you
are ill, fox your own sake as well as
those you lo ve/ give it a trial.
Mrs. Pinkoam, at Lynn, Mass.,
invites all sick women to write
her for advice. Her advice is free,
and always helpful. '
. Plain dealing is a jewel, but he that
nsea it will die a beggar.-Spanish.
For COLDS and~GB?P.
' Hick's CAPUOT?B ls the >>est remedy
relieves the achinar and feverishness-cures
tte Cold and restores normal conditions. It's
liquid-effects Immediately. 10c. 25c and
iOc. at drug storec ,
1 [ What a dust ' do' X raise,, said the
fly on the chariot wheel.-Aesop.
ECZEMA COVERED HIM.
Itching Torture Was Beyond Words
Slept Only from Sheer Exhaustion
-Relieved in 24 Honrs and
Cured in a Month by Cuticura.
"I am seventy-seven years old, and some
years ago I was taken with eczema from
head to foot. I was sick for six months
and what I suffered tongue could not tell.
I could not sleep day or night because of
th*t dreadful itching; when I did sleep it
was from sheer exhaustion. I waa .one
mass ox irritation; it was even in my scalp.
The doctor's medicine seemed to make me
; worse and I was almost out of .my mind. 1
got a set of the Cuticura Soap, Ointment
?nd Resolvent. I used them persistently
for twenty-four hours. That night I slept
like an infant, the first 3olid night's sleep
I had hid for six months. In a month I
waa cared.-? W. Harrison Smith, Mt. Kisco,
N. Y., Fib. J, .1303."
Potter,"Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props.
</f Cutidira Remedies. Boxten, Mass.
Perfidy often recoils upon its
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Shoot folly as it flies-Pope.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp for Children
teething, softens the gums, reduct? in?amm*
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We never know the worth of water
till the well is dry.-German.
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It is better to bend than break.
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; Bough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25c.
Rough on Bouchas, Pow*d, 15c.,Liq'd, 25c
Bough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c
Rough on Skeet ors, agreeable in use, 25c.
E. SL Wens, Chemist, Jersey City, N. J.
We learn not at school, but in life.
Those who keep Hamlins Wizard Oil in
the house do not have to buy any other
remedv for sore throat. No other remedy
will cure this, trouble so quicklv or so
surely. Remember thia. ._
A broken pitcher was offered as tes
timony^ that Ephraim Jackson, the col
ored prisoner, had whacked ' his wife
on the head. "The testimony doesn't
hold water," said the learned Judge.
-Prom the May Bohemian.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for ar y case of Catarrh that cannot bs
cared By Hall's Catarrh Cure.
' F. J. CHENET & Co., Toledo J).
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able. tc. carry
out any obligations made by his finn.
WAxniNo, KiifWAK & .MAUVIS, ;Wh?k>
sile Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall? Catarrh Cure is taken int era a i ly, act*
hag directly upon the blood and mucuouesur
faces or" the eystera. iTesti?oniala sent free.
Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
2ake Hall's Family Pills for rongapatian.
The following story which leaked
out of n Yale Faculty meeting is also
typical of "Waterloo" Wheeler. The
case of a fast student was before the
Facuty. Though the Yale principle is
to meddle as little as possible with
the life abd morals of the student,
insisting merely on the rule, keep a
good scholarhsip stand and be regu
lar in attendance, still flagrant cases
of misconduct are summarily dispos
ed of. The student in question had
been seen in the company of a woman
of rather poor reputation, and there
was a question of dismissal. Lest he
be wrongfully sentenced the coutious
Professor Ladd, the philosopher, had
inquired, "Was the young man posi
tively identified?" 0, yes; Ihe pro
fessor knew-the man well; there could
be no mistake about it. Then Pro
fessor Wheeler looked up quizzically,
tapped his spectacles against the
dhgers of his left hand, a characters
tic gesture, and inquired: "And can
the professor alsc positively identify
the other party?"-From "Familiar
Yarns of the Yale Faculty," in the
"Has a justice of the peace very
extensive powers?" asked the man
with the thirst for legal knowledge.
"The one I appeared before gave me
i life sentence," responded Heippeck,
glancing furtively around. From the
May Bohemian. .
Food Did lt.
After using laxative and cathartic
medicines from childhood a case of
chronic and apparently incurable con.
Btipation yielded to the scientific food,
Grape-Nuts, in a few days.
"From early childhood I snifered
with such terrible constipation that I
had to use laxatives continuously, go
ing from one drug to another and suf
fering more or less all the time.
ttA prominent physician whom I
consulted told me the muscles of the
digestive organs were partially par
alyzed and could not perform their
work without help of some kind, so I
have tried at different timeB about
every laxative and cathartic known,
but fouDd no help that was at all per
manent. I had finally become dis
couraged and had given my case up
as hopeless when I began to uso the
pre-digested food, Grape^Nuts.
"Although I had not expected this
food to help my trouble, to my great
surprise Grape-Nuts digested immedi
ately from the first, and In a few days
I was convinced that this was just
what my system needed.
"The bowels performed their func
tions regularly aud i am now com
pletely-and permanently cured of this
"Truly the power of scientific food
must be unlimited.'* "There's a Rea
Read "The Road to WeUvllle," in
Ever read the above, ?*?.i?r? A
new one appears from time to time.
They are genuine, true, and foll of
A SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SE8M0N BY
DR. JOHN WESLEY HILL.
Theme: The Future Hie.
New Torfe City.--Sunday morning,
at the .Metropolitan Temple, the pas
tor, Dr.. John Wesley Hill, preached
a sermon on "Tho Future Life," tak
ing for his text: "If a man. die, shall
he li ve. again?" Job 14:14. Among
other things, he said:.
Whether' immortality can be
proved or not depends upon th& char
acter of the proof demanded. It' can
not be proven as you prove a problem
in geometry or demonstrate a law in
chemistry; This is-true not only of
our arguments for immortality, but of
our reasoning touching all the facts
involving the deepest and highest
life. You cannot by triangulation
prove your mother's love, nor by
chemical analysis discover the secret
of a tear. You ca.nnot extract music
from an organ with a corkscrew, or
sweep up sunshine with a broom;
neither do you Invoke. mathematics
and logic to justify your sympathies.
It is just as impossible to apply these
processes to the problem of immortal
ity. "Ye-do always err," said Christ
to the Sadducees, "not knowing the
Scriptures, neither- the power of
God." Yet our belief in immortality
is more than an emotion, and beyond
the assurances of God's Word there
are evidences all iihout us. in facts
and exper'ences which enable us to
exclaim, "This mortal must ,put on
immortality." The idea of immortal
ity is an intuition,, voicing itself in
universal human nature. Hunger
means food; Lot in relation to the
penniless tr: mp alone, who gazes into
the window where the prosperous
mau sits at his feast, but in relation
to the general ordpr and adjustment
of the universe. But there is some
thing, in man related to immortality
even deeper and more potent than de
sire-something working with a pre
cision beyond tho highest efforts bf
the intellect, and which from the
standpoint of reason is simply mirac
ulous. Look at it. The little squir
rel carries an almanac In its brain,
by which it stores in Its nest pro
vision for the coming winter. The
bee is possessed of such a perfect
compass that for miles It will fly
straight back to Its hive; and these
birds of passage" which are once more
filling the treetops with song, at pre
cisely the right time make their way
over river and forest, over lake and
plain, to find here ls the North, in
the summer time, food, and yonder
in the South, for the winter time,
food. Instinct is thus as unerring
as a God inspired prophet, and I have
a right to say that if instinct in the
lower creation works with such un
erring accuracy, surely God will not
disappoint this inexolicable something
within my heart which cries out for
light and life, and longs for a better
home beyond the Rrave. This doc
trine of the future life being peculiar
to Christianity, it has been a favor
ite object of attack by every school
bf Infidelity since its announcement.
It has been condemned as false, be-.
cause it involves a mystery. The ob
jector confounds two things essen
tially different; mystery as to fact |
and mystery as to mode. A fact may
be'plain while the mode of its. exist
ence may be mysterious. Take a few
illustrations. The fact of gravitation
is indisputable, but who understands
its original philosophic and executive j
power'' How does it bind all worlds
Into unity, maintaining the architect
ural branches of the universe? Who
understands the law of organic
growth and development? Whatismo
tlon? How is it communicated from
one body to another? We may .rea
son, we may advance step by step, but
the end of these processes are be
yond our power of analysis; so that
we are obliged to believe facts, the
modes of which are beyond our un
derstanding. It ls urged again, that
this doctrine is contrary to the im
mutable principles of science. Would
ft not be well for the objector to es
tablish some ultimate system of
science from which there can be no
appeal? No science is perfect. It
has been the business of one age to
modify and improve the science of the
preceding aee. A future age will ex
pose the learned follies of this.
Science has been snail-like In its pro
gress. With all its boasted ability,
it required nearly six thousand years
for science to discover so simple a
thing as the circulation of the human
blood. With the earth and the sky
full of electricity, science was five
thousand years In bringing that im
measurable force to light. Turn
back a few pages of history and tel
egraphy was not scientific; science
laughed at the possibility of the tele
phone; science joined with commerce
In deriding the validity and valpe of
the Marconi system of wireless tel
egraphy. The fact is, science ls still
an Infant; it ls scarcely out of its
swaddling clothes; It can barely stand
alone. Is it entitled to more ere- \
dence than the Bible? Must this old
volume, hoary with the age of cen
turies, written by the finger of in
spiration, born at Sinai, completed
amid the splendors of the Apocalypse,
whose footprints are seen in the 1
crumbled dust of earth's wrecked and c
ruined greatness, whose teachings *
are Godlike, whose precepts are thun- "
der-glven, whose promises, are the I
hope of the world-fly the track be- 1
fore the gorgeous diction and sacri- c
ligious pretension of a sceptical sci- r
ence or ungodly philosophy? But I E
fall to see any relevancy in the ob
jection. In what department of real
science are those principles found
that conflict with the doctrine of im
mortality? I appeal to all the dis
coveries in the wide range of scien
tific investigation ror an answer.
Science is not a textbook of revela
tion, nor is lt the essential foundation
of religious faith. Yet we ave able
to cite some of Its fundamental prin
ciples as corroborative of the Scrip
tural Idea of life beyond the gravo.
The conservation of force Is a princi
ple recognized by all rjhools of sci
ence. Under the operation of this
law. we are told iliat the fall of a
cambric needle upon the carpet ex
erts an immeasurable influence, and
that the lifting oi' the hand sends vi
brations through the stellar avenues. 3
-o absolute and fai reaching Is this ?
iTW. thai ?o ?mirent fi nithorlty ?a s
John Fiske says: "The track of f
every canoe, of every vessel that has
yet disturbed the ocean, remains for
cer registered in the future move
ments of all succeeding particles
which may occupy its space. In like I E
manner, the air itself is one vast | c
library, on whose pages are forever
written all that man has ever thought
Dr whispered." Thus we are coming
to know that in the divine economy I 1
there is no such thing as waste. Geo'.- j fi
Dgists tell us that millions of years
igo, sunlight fell upon a carbonifer
ous period, and now in these late cen- .
turies we gather those same beams
af light to brighten the? night and 111
warna- our homos; so that in the:black,
lamp of coal ith?r? is' packed .away:
andrhidden'from sight-the light which'
was.first created by the flat ot-God.:
And dare we assign a broader destiny
to the material1 than the spiritual?;
We are told that these forces of na
ture are stern, unbending aid in?xor
able, sweeping through all space,
binding all worlds1 and imperial over
all creation; but they cannot bind the
mind that solves the problems, de
ciphers the. hieroglyphics, utilizes
gravitation, harnesses the trade
winds, subsidizes the lightning and
interprets the literature of the stars.
Herein is the triumph of the soul,
that it subordinates matter, plays
upon the .keys of physical 'mower, tri
umphs over the forces of nature, and
becomes in a lofty though secondary
sense " a creator. And , must Seat,
light, electricity. and gravitation
sweep on forever, and the mind, with
its full orbed, powers, its God-or
dained attributes"and boundless ca
pacity, be shrouded in eternal night?
If matter is indestructible, is not the
spirit of m?n of more value than
the gain of sand.that defies all disin
tegrating agencies? Th?se great
principles of science are .not -cited
as positive proof, for science cannot
radically teach immortality of the
soul, since it is founded upon the
discoveries of the senses; but we do
find in these laws of nature some
striking and significant analogies,
and, studying them, we are comforted
even by their mute testimony, and
our faith is strengthened in the im
mortality of man. But again, this
doctrine has been assailed upon the
ground that it is contrary to the im
mutable laws of n?ture. This argu
ment has no standing In court, since
immortality'is not under the control
of natural, but spiritual laws. Paul
said. "Thou fool, knowest thou not
that which thou soweth is not quick
ened except to die?" Here is sn ap
peal to nature, yet the Christian's
faith must stand upon the Word of
God rather than the laws of nature,
notwithstanding nature is full of
analogies to help our minds and if
nossible to strengthen the foundation
of faith in the future life.- Let us
take a few glances at this question
from the standpoint of nature. "The
tree, though barei1 ^though covered
with the ice of winter, though there
is no bursting budr to be seen, yet
when the springtime returns the bud
swells, the leaves reappear, the flow
ers crown the branches and the tree
brings forth fruit after its kind."
Here is an awakening, a resurrection
to glorious!life. And is it not an inti
mation that beyond the winter of
death there is eternal spring, where
the soul will unfold in perennial
beauty, and where life shall take on
immortal glory? There ls the cater
pillar, a Icthsom? thing to look
upon. It falls asleep, weaves itself
a winding sheet, and is sepulchred
in its chrysalis for weeks. There is
no sign of life, no indication of ani
mation, yet suddenly,-the chrysalis
bursts open, and instead of the loath
some worm that fell asleep, there
comes forth a butterfly, which en
chants us with its beauty. . Great is
the mystery. Who":.can understand
it1? Is it not prophetic? Is it not
symbolic of another resurrection?
John exclaims, "It doth not yet ap
pear what we. shall be." Paul de
clares, "Our vile bodies shall be fash
ioned like unto , His ownglorious
body." Though buried in the earth,
though no block br'shaft-mark the
resting place of the Chrlsti?n, God's
Word for it, he shall rise again, and
if such a transformatjlnn is possible in
the life of a worm.'who shall attempt
to limit the possible transformation
awaiting the . human, body, which is
the temple of the soul Immortal?
Surely, it shall come forth changed,
sublimated and glorified. ' Nature
does not absolutely prove this, but
her striking analogies all point in
that direction, and we are justified in
accepting them as, the revelations of
God. The final evidence, however,
?f the doctrine of immortality no less
than that of the resurrection, rests
upon the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Paul declares Him to be "the first
f. ts of them that sleep," and again,
"ii Christ be not risen from the dead,
then there Is no resurrection of the
dead; but If Christ be risen from the
?ead, how say some among you that
there be no-resurrection?" He was
our Heaven appointed prototype.- He
came into the world as our federal
representative, and therefore, since
He assumed a numan body and re
sumed that body changed and glori
fied after it had been-buried for three
lays, Is powerful argument that we
also shall share In His resurrection.
He met death as our representative,
suffered Himself to be taken captive
that He might "lead captivity cap
tive." He met death In his own ter
ritory, plucked out his sting, robbed
him of his crown, devastated his em
pire, kindled the star of immortality
In the night of death, and three days
hence, was seen standing upon the
rerge of the sepulchre crowned with
'Up from the grave He nros'e.
A mighty victor o'er His foes:
He arose a victor o'er the dark domain.
And He lives forever with the saints to
Hallelujnh! Christ arose!"
Because He lives, we shall live also.
Study to Bc Calm.
Hurry means also worry, and haste
s waste. Study to be habitu?ly
:alm. "A meek and quiet .spirit is,"
n the sight of God. "of great price.?
rhe rush of modern social life ls es
?ecially fatal to the prayer habit; for
mtil the spirit ls hushed and be
almed'in His presence, God cannot
eflect His own1 Image in our con
ciousness.-J. Hudson Taylor.
There can be no leaders unless
here be others who will follow.
lev. J. H. Mc I Iva i ne.
AMONG THE ORCHARDISTS.
In setting fruit trees I always .plant
n the spring, digging large holes,
md dumping a wheelbarrow of good
oam into each hole before setting
he tree. Then I fill in around the
ree with good soil, free from stones
.r rubbish, and take extra care to
nave the soil firmly fixed over and
iround the mots. A board shout
s long as the trunk of the tree is,
[riven into the ground on the south
ide of the tree to protect the hark
rom the sun during the first sum
aer. Lack of this .precaution has
uined hundreds of young trees,
rtiiich were grown so closely in the
lursery rows that the bark1 had be
nnie, tender.-C. W. Bernis.
The young fruit trees do not need
ratering, as a rule, in this region,
t is better to put on a imulch of
our inches of coarse manure, which
dil retain the moisture, and supply
nore steady conditions than water
pplied to the surface.-A. S. Loomis,
a the American Cultivator.
MUTTON'S DYSPEPSIA REMED?
acts almost Immediately on the Gastric
Juices and gives tba stomach tone and
strengt!? to digest almost everything that
bas been pot Into lt lt sootheB sore and
Irritated stomachs that hare been Inquired
by physic ?nd tninrion drags. We cannot
too urgently adrlse ail persons who stiffer
from any of the following aymptoms to
try thia remedy: Distress titer eating,
bloating of 1 the stomach. Gistes of the
food, waterbrash. Sour Stomach, Heart
burn, tofts ot Appetite, Conetipntioa.
Dlzrlneos, Faintness. Palpitation o? tho
heart. Shortness of breath, and all affec
tions of the heart caased by indigestion.
We want er-iry discouraged nud despon
dent sufferer from Dyspepsia or Indiges
tion to cast aside all other medicine and
gire this remedy a trial. If lt fails to
gire satisfaction I will refund your mo
For salo by all druggists. Price, 25c.
She-Who gave the bide away?
Hi'-Her young brother, but the fel
low says he still loves her.-From the
May Bohemian. So. 20- '09.
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"Black Crow Stockens" to wearers. Good com
BLACK Gnow STOCKEN CO., Newton, N. C.
*KKE SKEET MUSIC.
ANYONE sending us names of five persons
that play on tito Piano, we will send
thvm Post Paid Pre- , copy of latest Sontr or
Two-Step. SOUTHERN MUSIC CO.. Post
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Pills must be swallowed without
Rev. G. M. Gray Feels It a Duty to
Any person suffering with back
ache, urinary disorders or other evi
;e?r,Kitot dence of kinney trou
J.IUAS.V? ble may feel the ut
most confidence |n
the following state
ment made by Rev.
G. M. Gray, Baptist
clergyman, of Whites
"I am the happy
recipient of great re
lief from pain,
through using Doan's
Kidney Pills. Five
years ago when suf
fering from distressing lumbago I
took Doan's Kidney Pills and they
removed the trouble, including em
barrassing urinary ills. Doan's Kid
ney Pills are an honest remedy, and
I feel it a duty to; tell my experience,
though not seekjn'g publicity."
- Sold by all dealers, 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Sin beginneth pleasantly.-Bible.
rBSTAHTLY RELIEVES THE ITCtfiH?
Don't fcuffer a moment longer fro m Ecze
ma, or any form of skin trouble, Don't
scratch or rob the skin. Just apply Han
cock's Sulphur Compound to the affected
spot and it will stop the itching at once. A
preparation that soothes, heals, and cures
all skia and pcalp troubles. Draggists sell
it, Write Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co.,
Baltimore, for booklet. H. C. Berry, of
Baltimore, writes: - "Hancock's Sulphur
Compound b?jjccred me completely. lam
never withoutTt, for it is the most delightful
adjunct to a bath that was ever gotten up. I
cannot speak too highly of Its benefit to
He healeth the broken in heart
j and bindeth up their wounds.-Bible
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Try Murine For lour Eye Troubles. You
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Suffered 14 Years from Piles
Tetterine Cure3 the Case.
Bellaire. Mich.. Nov; 19, 1908.
Mr J. T. Shuptr?ne, Savannah. Ga.
Dear Slr:-About six toen years ago I
had a case of itching piles. Like many
others I tried first one thing and then
another until I had tried all thc remedies
I had heard of. Some of them cased for
a few days, then they got worse. They
seemed to bother me more at night than
any other time-I could not lay in bod
for five vears only on my bnck, and for
weeks I never lay down at all. They .got
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to rush to my head and render me un
conscious. I mored up In northern Mich
igan three vears .ago ind the same old
caso followed me. Last February I went
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street, in Chicago, and asked the clerk
to give me the best thing he had for my
trouble He sold me a box of Tetterine.
but lt smarted) so when I put it on till I
left lt off and got a mlldor salve. I came
on back to my home and finally run out
of all the other salves but Tetterine, so I
?tartod using it again, but moro lightly;
at first I noticed lt seemed to do me
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beforo I was entirely cured. That has
been five months now. and there is still
no signs of its reappearing. It seems so
good to me that, after fourteen years
suffering. I have at laBt found a cure.
Tetterine did it. Ifs the best thing in
the world. Grady G. Wilson, R. F. D.
No. 2. Bellaire. Mich.
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; I give not to the man, I give to
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