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VOMITING SPELLS LONG RESISTED
EVERY EPrOET. TO check.
Urt.Brooki Itecsmt So Weak She Think
She Would Have Died Hut For
l)r. Williams Pink nils.
Mrs. Sarah L. Crooks, of No. 45 Lin
rolii Park, Chicago, Illinois, gives the
following account of ner cure from di-
tressiug 6pclls of vomiting :
"xor lave years oil ana on l was
treated in vain by different doctors for
relief from a 6tomach- trouble which
showed itself in frequent and trying
epells of vomiting. I'art of the time I
was able to work and again I would be
confined to bed for three or four days in
ily stomach was at times so delicate
that it would not retain eifiii plain water,
The Epell3 would sometimes occur at in
tervals of half au hour, and would leave
me eo weak that I would be compelled
to lie down between them. I would
have several of them during the night
following a day of such attacks. Finally
I becama ko weakened that I had to give
tip working altogether. I weighed only
' Last January I rend about Dr. "Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale People in one
of the Chicago daily papers and bought
a box and began to use them. After I
had used half a box I found that I could
keep on my stomach the foodlai.2. I
was encouraged by this and kept on
using the pills for four months. At the
end of that time the vomiting spell3 had
ceased altogether and my weight went
up to 143 pounds and is still growing.
I think I surelv would have died if
it had not been for Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for I sometimes vomited clear
blood, and for three or four days at a
time I coulu :ot eat a bite of anything.
One doctor said I had chronic inflamma
tion of the stomach, and another said
my difficulty was a cancer, but none of
their meaiciues did iue any eood at all.
TTinally I concluded that I did not have
i)lood enough to digest my food and I
began the treatment that has cured me.
I can eat anything now, and have
strength for all kinds of work. I alwavs
keep Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills on hand,
and I recommend them to my friends
because I know they cured me.
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The London Globe says: The
fiench ministry of finance has just
published the statistics of the wills
proved in France in 1003, and from
this It Is evident that the number of
very rich people in the country has
been grossly exaggerated. Last year
only 497 wills leaving more than
1,000,000 francs, or 40,000, were
proved, and of these only 144 excee
ed 2,000,000 francs, or 80,000. There
were only eight fortunes of over 10,
000,000 francs, or 400,000, and the
highest of all was of the exceptiona1
value of 2,000,000. It is evident,
then, that the real millionaires in
France are very few, but it should
bo noted that rich men In France
mairy rich wives, so that a family
may be much more wealthy than the
will of either father or mother would
inply. But the fact remains that the
Frenchman is too wise to be given over
to the hunger for gold, and that the
whole joy of living for him is not cen
tered In piling up dollars, as it seems
to be across the Atlantic. lie is satis
fied with thousands of francs, and
with the appearance rather than the
ftuality of wealth. He likes to re
tire and live at his ease, and therein
bo follows the dictates of the old
Time's Forelock Gone.
One of the most remarkable char
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was the rapidity with which he
worked. Sir Thomas Lawrence, his
rival, was very slow. Over his por
trait of Lady Mexborough and her
child he took an unconscionable time.
Promise after promise was made, and
at last Lord Mexborough insisted on
"Well," said Lawrence, "If Lady
Mexborough will kindly bring the
baby once more, I will really finish.'
"Well, Sir Thomas," answered his
jatron, "my wife will be happy to
givev you another sitting whenever
you like, but the baby's now in the
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and other ails get them straight from
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Sometimes three days in the week I
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would be so great. My life was a tor
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dead than alive.
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Coffee and urged me to try this food
"That's how I came to send out and
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I've never been without it for it suits
my taste and has entirely cured all
of my old troubles. All I did was to
leave off the coffee and tea and drink
well made Postum in its place. This
change has done me more good than
everything else put together.
"Our house was like a drug store for
my husband bought everything he
heard of to help me without doing
any good but when I began on the
Postum my headaches ceased and the
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"There's a reason" an- It's worth
finding out, 1
Sermon by the i Highway and
t Copy right, 190, by J.M.Edion.)
Chicago, Sunday, Oct. 2. 1904.
Text: "They went forth and preached
everywhere, the Lord working with them."
HERB is no more
eage for the Chris
tian than these
closing words of
The Lord crucified
and risen and as
cended and yet
present with Hia
helping them bear
the burdens, and
in the places of
darkness and discouragement. Not
working alone, but the Lord working
with them. I remember as a boy that
the heaviest task seemed easy and de
lightful when father turned in and
helped. The moment he began work
ing with me, that moment I knew the
task was going to be accomplished, and
discouragement and weariness van
ished. One instance in particular comes
to my mind. A ton of coal had been de
livered to our next-door neighbor and
dumped in front of the house. There
was no one to carry it into the wood
shed, and my brother and I were ambi
tious to undertake the task and earn a
bit of spending money. With the vision
before our eyes of the good things we
were going to buy with that money, the
pile of coal did not look very big, and
we went bravely at it. But it was a
pretty big task for two such little chaps
as we were, for brother was not yet ten
and I was two years his junior, and so
after the first few scuttlefuls had been
carried in, the coal pile looked bigger
than ever. Every time we came back
with the empty bucket it M5med as
though the pile had mysteriously grown
in cur absence. The more we rrrled In
the more it seemed that we wouid never
be able to finish the task. The after
noon dragged itself out and ou trips
from the coal pile to the woodshed be
came less and less frequent, until as
wilight began to fall we were read to
5ive up our task. Father came ho1t',e
just at this time and, quickly graspitg
the situation, encouraged us to keep on,
saying he would come and help us. That
promise put new life into our tired lit
tle bodies, and by the time he came out
we were hard at it again. And with
.'ather working with us, how much
smaller that pile of coal looked. There
was no more doubt that the task would
be completed, and there was a new in
terest in the work, for father was there
to encourage and help. Father work
ing with us made all the difference be
tween discouragement and failure and
encouragement and success. And this
illustrates in part at least what it means
when Scripture declares that the dis
ciples went everywhere preaching, "the
Lord working with them."
A ND where this was true In the case
i of the early disciples, it Is also true
to-day, and has been so all through
the centuries which have Intervened.
Scripture presents some striking con
trasts, but there is none more striking
3iil remarkable than that which we
find in the account oi the disciples im
mediately following Jesus' crucifixion
nd up to the day of Pentecost, and
that following that day when they were
endued with power by the descent of
the Holy Spirit. Before that day what
do we see? The few doubting, trem
bling disciples gathered in the upper
room behind locked doors or else caji
tiously and with great fear moving
through the streets and seeking to es
cape notice and trying to hide their
Identity. But after the day of Pente-
ost, how striking is the contrast! No
longer hiding in the upper room, no
longer fearing the Jewish rulers, no
longer seeking to avoidthe multitudes
in the streets, they come forth and
boldly preach their message.
DO YOU not recall the words of
Jesus wherein He told His dis
ciples and wherein He tells you and me
that "Without Me ye can do nothing:."
nd the very last promise which He left
with His disciples was "Lo, I am with
you always, even unto the end of the
e." If it is true that "without Jesus
we can do nothing" in His service that
ounts for anything in His estimation;
f it is true that Jesus is with His dis
ciples always, then it must follow that
Jesus is really and truly present with
His disciples and is working with
them. This is the declaration of our
text, and it explains the fearlessness
:f the disciples, their faithfulness, their
artiring zeal, their wonderful success.
Nothing is more destructive of efficient
aTJil persistent effort than the thought
that one is utterly alone In a great un
dertaking. The army, leaderless and
with Its brave general dead upon the
fie.'d of battle, is disheartened and dis
couraged and at the mercy of the on
rushing, enemy. And the Christian
without the realization of the presence
Df the Great Captain, the Conquering
Jving, is hopelessly weak and ineffect
ual a3 a soldier of the cross of Jesus
Christ. But if he feels and knows that
His Lord is at his side ready to strike
when he strikes, ready to press for-
wird when he presses forward, ready
to encourage when he falters, ready to
lift up when he falls, ready to succor
and heal when the poison darts of the
enemy Inflict their cruel wounds when
th-e disciple realizes all this then he Is
ab!e to fight the good fight of faith,
fiSn he is able to run the race success
fV'.ly. OURELY, it was not the will or pur
j pose of Jesus Christ that such
should be the case. The tremendous
energies, the wonderful success of the
arly disciples as they went everywhere
preaching is the evidence indisputable
that the Lord was working with them.
The fact that "mightily grew the Word
and prevailed" emphasizes the perfect
ution which prevailed between the hu
man and the Divine the one the in
strument, the other the guiding and
?nabling power; the one the channel,
the other the life-giving current flow
ing through it to the blessing of all
ho came in touch with it. "This
alessed partnership has never been re-
tin r. . ai
pealed," says Tier. Dr. F. B. Meyer.
"Jesus has never w'thd'awn from tha
compact, and if we could only dare to
count and reckon on Him we would
find that He was cooperating in church
and Sunday school, and mission sta
tion." However, there are certain con
ditions which must prevail before the
Christian ca-u realize this blessed union
this coonerttlon of the Lord, unto
whom has been given "all power in
Heaven and in earth." The Lord can
not work with some of His followers be
cause they have not met His conditions,
and mary Christians fail to realize the
blessed jresence and power of Jesus
because they persist in doing in their
own strength and their own way His
ET us consider more fully what is
involved in these five rules. First
of all Is emphasized the necessity of a
clean heart and life. The Lord never
yet used a vessel which was foul with
willful and persistent and bidden sin
The Christian may keep the outside
clean and polished. He may deceive
men as he engages in the Lord's work,
but he cannot deceive God. and if
within tha heart and hidden in the life
there are sin and indulgence which he
is not willing to give up, then the Lord
cannot work with such a one. And
what is more sad and awful than for
the Christain to be doing work in the
Lord's name while the Lord is absent
from him? He is building apart from
God. He, is putting up the wood, hay
and stubble which will be destroyed
by the searching fire of God's testing
judgment. The Psalmist asks: "Who
shall ascend into the hill of the Lord?
And who shall stand in His holy
place?" And God replies: "He that
hath clean hands and a pure heart
It is such that the Lord works with to
accomplish His purposes among men.
Dear brother, is the Lord working with
you? If not, what is it that is robbing
you of this blessed copartnership ex
perience? Search within the heart and
the life. Drag out the hidden and cher
ished thing. Give It up. If thy eye,
or thy hand or thy foot offend thee
pluck It out and cut it off, for it is bet
ter for you to go through life suffering
the lack of that which you so much
love and desire than that you should
fall short of the glory of God and His
plans for you. Cry with the Psalmist
"Create within me a clean heart, O
God, and renew a right spirit within
me." He will do it, and then you will
begin to know what it means to have
the Lord working with you.
"QUT not only must there be the clean
D heart to enjoy the cooperation of
the Lord. We must seti Mis glory and
not our own. Herein lies k constant
danger. The heart is so snbtle that
even the most humble and consecrated
Christians are apt to be deceived r.s to
the motives which dominate .h life
It is only as the Christian realizes the
danger of unconsciously seeking one's
own glory, instead of the glory of God,
that he Is able to detect the weakness
and guard against it. Self should be
obliterated and forgotten as far as pos
sible in the Master's service. This was
the first of four rules which governed the
life of that brave soldier and devoted
Christian, Gen. Gordon, better known
as "Chinese" Gordon. And the other
three were a help to the realization of
this holy ambition to forget self and
glorify God. They were: Absence of
all pretence; Indifference to the world's
opinions, and absorption In the will of
God. Ah, how richly would the power
and presence of God be manifested in
and through us if we maintained this
attitude towards God and the world.
We must 6eek God's glory I? we would
enjoy His cooperation. First, then. Is
the clean heart and life, that is, cornTP"
tion. Second, the desire for God's glory
and not our own, that is, attitude; and
the third point has to do with equip
ment. What shall we use if we are
to have the Lord's cooperation? Need
we ask when God has promised so re
peatedly to richly honor and bless His
Word, "It shall not return unto Me
CONDITION, attitude, equipment,
and then unity Christian unity,
which made the early church such a
victorious and aggressive church. The
Lord cannot work where there Is lack
of harmony, where there are jeal
ousies, where divisions separate and
weaken. We need more and more of
that loving fellowship and unity which
prevails when the Spirit of Christ rules
in the hearts of His children. Thank
God there is coming to be a larger
spirit of fellowship and cooperation be
tween the followers of Christ of all de
nominations. The old divisions and
jealousies are almost dead and gone,
and in their stead we are finding a
constantly increasing purpose and de
sire for harmony and unity in the great
and blessed work of winning the
world for Christ. And in the measure
that this is true, there are realized
the presence and help of the Lord. And
last and above all, faith is needed,
faith that will claim the Lord's pres
ence and cooperation, and faith that
will reckon upon it. Faith draws the
Master to the side of His disciple and
feels His quickening power.
"Yet though I have not seen, and still
Must rest in faith alone,
I love Thee dearest Lord, and will
Unseen, but not unknown."
Faith that Christ was working with
them sent the disciples forth upon their
marvelously successful evangelistic
journeys. Faith that Christ was with
them and helping them sent Carey to
India, Judson to Burma, Livingston to
Africa, Moody to America and England,
and in this, our day, that same faith
has taken Torrey around the world,
and is giving him glorious victories at
the present time in England and Scot
land. Oh, that we as Christians might
realize how much we may do when the
Lord works with us! And oh, that we
might realize that to have the Lord with
us we must be pure in heart and life;
we must seek His glory, and His alone;
we must depend upon God's Word, the
mighty, invincible Sword of the Spirit;
we must cultivate that loving harmony
which draws together all Christian
hearts in the one supreme mission of
evangelizing the world, and we must by
faith claim the presence of Jesus ard,
reckoning upon His cooperation, go
forward attempting great things for
God. When we realize all this and are
obedient to the revelation, then shall
we be filled with unspeakable joy at
the consciousness that the Lord Is
working with us. Lord, help us to be
faithful to Thee, and may Thy King
dom come and Thy will be done, on
earth as it Is Gone n Heaven. AmeaL
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Many a man fails to get there be
cause he has dizzy feet.
Some men lead double lives because
they are driven to it.
Most people eat their sorrows and
drink their disappointments.
Duty is a thin disguise often aa
sumed to hide a man's meanness.
In ye ancient times Lot's wife was
considered the salt of the earth.
More people would dance if they
could escape the demands of the
Girls waste kisses on each other be
cause they know where to get plenty
An Ohio genius has worked himself
to death trying to invent a labor-saving
In accordance with the eternal fit
ness of things a book of love poems
should be bound in calf.
Man is the only animal that uses a
handkerchief. Women's handkerchiefs
are merely for, show.
Curious Alien Problem.
There are in New York about half
a dozen "noblemen" hanging around
the hotels waiting for an invitation to
go to Newport or any place where
there may be a possible chance of
picking up a ready-money girl. Any
afternoon one of them may be seen
playing billiards or pool at one of the
big hotels and "butting in" wher
ever he can get a chance. He is not
a guest of the aristocratic hostelry for
reasons best known to himself. Should
he fail to get the necessary invita
tion this summer he may get a job
as an actor this winter, and, failing
in that, there may be a chance as the
iriver of a hansom cab. This is gen
erally preferred by an Englishman to
waiting on table. In the matter of
success the German and French are
not usually so fortunate as their Eng
lish brothers. After a short cam
paign they are to be seen carrying
1 tray in one of the city restaurants.
"What shall we do with our surplus
aoblemen?" is a problem that con
fronts Europe. New York has helped'
in a measure, to solve this problem.
It is simply another phase of the im
migration question that is now both
ering the officials of the United
States. Chicago Journal.
No Pay, No Cure.
"Mister," said a little child to the
herb doctor, or "root doctor," as they
are sometimes called in some parts
Mister, mamma says them las' pills
you sold her didn't do no good and
she told me to ask you to send her
seme other kind this time," and say
ing which, she placed the empty box
on the doctor's rickety desk.
"Lemme see," 6aid the doctor as he
adjusted his glasses and looked over
tis book. After inspecting the book
for a few moments he looked up and
"Humph, humph! I see whar de
trouble is. You tell yo mammy.
honey, dat she nevah paid fur dem
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Dr. Liorimer's Easy Explanation of
an Apparently Difficult Per
formance. Rer. George C. Lorimer, whose death at
Aix was recently reported was the main
impetus that carried on the building of
Boston's magnificent Tremont Temple, and
Dr. Liorimer wit, sincerity and imagina
tive sympathy made him a great favorite
with the students of Harvard during his
residence in Boston.
At Cambridge, one day, according to a
current story, an undergraduate asked the
opinion of Dr. Lorimer on drinking mod
"I am opposed to it," the clergyman said.
"It is perilous. , It frequently leads to
drunkenneaa. In fact, most drunkards were
moderate drinker a first."
"Naturally malt liquors and wines,
though, are strengthening, aren't they?
the student asked.
Dr. Lorimer smiled.
"Beer," he said, "is very strengthening.
I have known young men to have sent lo
their rooms large kegs of beer that they
could not budge at first, and a day or two
later they would be able to lift these kegs
1 HE PASS WAS GRANTED.
Young Man of Facile Reasoning
Ability Has Only Once to
Ask for It.
A young man wholes working for the
railroad company went to one of the direc
tors and asked for a pass to some distant
point, relates the Philadelphia Public Led
ger. "You have been working for us some
time?" inquired the official.
"Yes, sir," the young fellow answered.
"Have you ever had any complaint to
"No. sir." answered the employe.
"Well, it you were working lor a farmer,
would you Lave the nerve to ask him to
harness his horses and take you to a cer
tain part of the country?" the director
"No, sir. But if he had his hordes all
ready, and ws going to that point, I would
call him a very mean farmer if he refused
to take me," was the young fellow's reply.
Still on Deck.
The "boys of '61" are still boys. Several
hundred of them were taken to Concord and
Lexington in automobiles during the Grand
Army encampment in Boston recently, and
some of them were more interested in the
speed at which they traveled than in the
historic places. The case of one old sol-
the battle monuments his guide asked him
if he wished to get out to read the in
scription. He replied: "No. I've teen
enough inscriptions to-day. Go cha?J.hat
fellow that gave us such a hard pull back
down the road." And the automobiles,
loaded with gray-haired "boys," chased one
another all the way back to Boston.
Puts Punk in His Pipe.
We all dream and dream and dream. But
the world breaks or withers our dreams
and grinds to dust our hopes. But, like the
magic bird of ancient days, these rise from
their ashes. Fancy once more plumes her
feathers. Such is life, such is life. Dreams
are as food to the prisoned spirit. Vermil
ion (S. D.) Republican.
An indignant letter dictated by a clever
old gentleman runs thus: "Sir, my stenog
rapher, being a lady, cannot take down what
I think of you . 1, being a gentleman, can
not express it; but you, being neither, can
readily divine it." Argonaut.
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of Ovarian Trouble
"Dear Mrs. Ptnkham: For several years I
was troubled with ovarian trouble and a painful
and inflamed condition, which kept me in bed part
of the time. I did so dread a surgical operation.
"I tried different remedies hoping to get better,
but nothing seemed to bring relief until a friend
who had been cured of ovarian trouble, through
the use of your compound, induced mo to try it. I
took it faithfully for three months, and at the end
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