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troubled again, I would get them first
thing', as I know what they are."
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Sad Confession of a Sweet Bride.
'Darling, I have a confession to
Young Wimbledon and his wife had
Just returned from their honeymoon
As they stood in thsir beautiful little
apartment, with its Epic-and-span ap
pearance, Wimbledon, seated in a com
fortable armchair with a good cigar,
was expressing by every gesture hi
perfect satisfaction with everything it
Mrs. Wimbledon as she spoke, came
over and took her husband's hand in
hers. "You won't mind, will you,
dear," she continued, "if I tell you
something I think you ought to know!
The fact is, I am not what you think
iiot wnat i tninK you are? he re
peated. "Impossible. As if I didn't
'know that you are the dearest and
sweetest girl in all the world."
Wimbledon half-closed his eyes and
"watched the curling smoke.
'Do you know, my dear," he said,
"the be6t filing about you is your do
mesticlty. You are Just a simple,
iweet little woman who doesn't know
Mrs. Wimbledon timidly held his
"My dear," she said, "that I3 what
my confession is about. In our long
fcourtship I have carefully avoided anj
or tnose suDjects mat mignt nave Deen
calculated to excite your suspicion
But now I might as well tell you that
I am really an educated woman. 1
can speak three languages, am satu
rated with German opera, know Her
bert Spencer by heart, have made a
thorough study of socialism, trans
cendentallsm, the higher philosophy,
education and biology."
The stricken man beside here buried
his face In his hands.
"Oh, why," he cried, "did you not
tell me this before?"
And his trembling wife replied:
Alas, dearest! I did not dare. 1
knew if I did that you would nevei
tnarry me." Life.
All Fixed But the Baby.
Mr. ue style well, are all your
arrangements for a summer at the
fashionable resort completed?
Mrs. De Style Iearly, but I'm in
such a quandary, I have arranged to
send our house plants to a florist, our
?at to a cat home, our dog to a canine
boarding house, so that all will be
well cared for until fall; but what
in the world shall I do with the
Her Pertinent Query.
"Of course," she said, "I realize that
you have every confidence in me, as
you say, but I must admit that it
would be a great satisfaction to me 11
you would tell me why "
"Yes?" he said anxiously, as she
if you would tell me, she re
peated, "why it is that you deem it
necessary to put your love letters
through a copying press."
Then he instantly recalled that she
had once been" a stenographer in a
business house and was "on to'' his
little precautionary measure, so to
speak. New York Press.
In Any Time of Trouble Is Grape-Nuts
Food to rebuild the strength and
that is pre digested must be selected
when one is convalescent. At this
time there is nothing so valuable as
Grape-Nuts for the reason that this
food is all nourishment and is also all
aH "9 KM
digestible nourishment. A woman
who used it says:
"Some time ago I was very ill with
typhoid fever, so ill everyone thought
I would die, even myself. It left me
so weak I could not properly digest
food of any kind and I also had much
bowel trouble which left me a weak,
"I needed nourishment as badly as
anyone could, but none of the tonics
helped me until I finally tried Grape
Nuts food morning and evening. This
not only supplied food that I thought
delicious as could be but it also made
me perfect! well and strong again so
I can do all my housework, sleep well,
can eat anything without any trace of
bowel trouble, and for that reason
alone Grape-Nuts food is worth its
weight in gold." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Typhoid fever like some other dis
eases attacks the bowels and frequent
ly sets up bleeding and makes them
for month? incapable of digesting the
starches and therefore pre digested
Grape-Nuts is Invaluable for the well
known reason that in Grape-Nuts all
the starches have been transformed
into grape sugar. This means that the
first stage of digestion has been me
chanically accomplished in Grape-Nuts
food at the factories and therefore
anyone, no matter how weak the stom
ach, can handle it and grow strong,
for all the nourishment is still there.
There's a sound reason and 10 days
Sermon by the Highway and
( Copyright, 1901, bj J. It. Edaon. )
Chicago, Sunday, Oct. 16, 1904
Text: "Arise, shine: for thy Light is
eome, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon
thee. . . His glory shall be seen upon
thee." Isaiah 60:1-2.
the compass of our
text we find declar
ation of a marvtw
ous truth, the desig
nation of a splendid
mission and the
rousing message of
the prophet's ap
peal. The Light
come into the
world; the glory of
that Light to be
seen upon those
who come to the
Light, and the ur
gency of the need, and the blessedness
of the privilege of being light holders.
Isaiah sees before his vision the revived
and re-established nation of Israel. The
Christ, the One Whom the nation re
jected when He first fame to earth, has
returned and ha3 been received by the
nation as its Messiah and King. And
the cry of the prophet comes to stir the
people to universal missionary activity
as the glory of her King is reflected upon
her and she goes forth to 6hine for Him.
As one reads through the chapter the
glory, power and influence of the na
tion is unfolded. All nations are to
come under the Influence and sway of
the restored nation of Israel, and all are
to come to know the Lord. This is the
great and ultimate fulfillment of this
prophecy. There Is. however, a nearer
message for the heart that knows and
loves the Lord. Israel is not ready yet
to receive her King. She is not prepared
to cry: "Blessed is He Who cometh
In the name of the Lord." But there are
Individual hearts all over this land and
throughout the world who have beheld
the Light which has come into the
world; who have received that Light
as the beacon ray which could light
them back to Gcd, and eternity with
Him. To such the cry of the prophet
comes as a present appeal, a present
blessed story of the Christ Who has
come into the world to save sinners, a
present glorious privilege of serving
that Christ to the savins of others.
Arise, then, shine; for thy Light la
come, and the glory of the Lord is risen
upon thee. . . . Yea, more, His glory
shall be seen upon thee."
OU may read these words without a
Jt thrill stirrin? voiir heart. You mav
hear the prophet's words without being
conscious of their wondrous message.
but it is not the fault of the mighty
and glorious truth set forth, but the
result of the cold, unresponsive heart
which hears, yet is not conscious of the
marvelous music Divine; which sees,
yet does not appreciate the exquisite
coloring which God has placed here. The
tory is told of the celebrated artist
Turner that one day as he was exhibiting
one of his masterpieces to a lady she
viewed it critically and then remarked,
unappreciatively: "Is not this coloring
a little unnatural and overdone? I never
saw such skv as that. Ah. Madam.
replied the artist, "but don't you wish
that you could?" She did not have the
artistic eye that could catch the ex
quisite colorings that the artist was able
to see and put on canvas. But the tints
and colors were there just the same.
And the heart as it hears the message
f our text may fail to feel the thrill of
Divine rapture. The lady critic of Tur
ner's masterpiece could never know the
artistic vision that would give her full
appreciation of the beauties of the pic
ture, but, thank God! it need not be so
in regard to things spiritual. Where the
hearing is dull and the eyesight is dim,
so that the message awakens no respon
sive echoes In the heart, and no vision
comes with its inspiration and power, it
may all be changed under the gracious
operation of God's spirit. The heart
may be quickened to hear and the blind
eyes may be opened to see. It need not
be said of you or me that it was Impossi
ble to feel the thrill of God's message,
or to catch the vision of glories beyond.
which would urge our lagging feet on
ward. We may all know the joy and
encouragement of the prophet's mes
sage: "Arise! Shine, for thy Light is
come, and the glory of the Lord is risen
upon thee. . . . His glory shall be
seen upon thee."
THE great initial truth is that light
has come Into the world. This is
the center from which all other truth
radiates. Light in the world, and yet
how indifferent we are to that Light.
How unresponsive to its quickening
rays. The hard bare rock by the road
side lies under the rays of the sun, its
surface is warmed thereby, but how
unresponsive and indifferent it is to the
great light holder glowing in the heav
ens, nut tne little nower Dy tne edge
of the great rock eagerly watches for the
first faint ray of light In the east and
then unfolds its petals to the advanclnj
light. It catches the rare tints of the
rainbow in its leaf and flower as it fol
lows the sun in its course. It is con
scious of the light all the livelong day.
and, responsive to that light, It grows in
Etature and beauty. Ah, how like the
rock by the roadside Is the human heart!
The Light that has come falls upon it,
and yet it feels no new impulses, it un
dergoes no change, It remains the same,
hard unresponsive thing that it was be
fore the Light came and shined upon it.
God does not want us to be like the
stone. He wants us to be as the respon
sive flower. He wants us to be conscious
of the Light by the quickening and de
veloping processes which He would set
in motion. He wants us to grow up in
that Light. He wants us to catch the
colorings and fragrance which come
from fellowship with the Christ. John
tells us that "if we walk in the Light
as He is in the Light, we have fellow
ship one with another, and the blood
of Jesus Christ. His Son, cleanseth us
from all sin." Oh, how day by day we
ought to be conscious of this Light in
the world. How the message, "Thy
Light is come, and the glory of the Lord
is risen upon thee!" ought to stir our
hearts, and make us eager to have real
ized in us the declaration of the last
part of the text: "His glory ehall be
sees upon thee."
? TV THAT a relation ship to sustain to th
W Christ the Lieht of the. world! I
His glory to be seen upon us! But, oh,
how often it is far otherwise! No glory
of the Son shines through us. It is world
liness, and selfishness, and the multi
tude of other things which find expres
sion in our lives and shine forth to in
fluence others away from Christ and
God. Lights in the world, and yet giving
out a false light Set by God as those
who should reflect the Christ and failin
absolutely so to do. Think you there is
no reed of the prophet's plea? Thinkyou
that to every heart Into which the Light
has shined there should not come the
r;: "Arise! Shine!" Yee, -arise! You
need to get upon a higher plane. You
must rise out of your life of the flesh and
live in the Spirit. You must crucify the
affections and lusts of the old man, and
rise and put on the graces of character of
the new man. It is a call to leave the
valley of the world's life and to get up
upon the mountain top, where you may
be seen as a light in the world guiding
men to the true Light which is shining
through you. No man ever thinks of
putting a beacon light on the low levels
It rises above every surrounding object.
It stands away above the projecting
rocks of the coast, and the leaping bil
lows can only dash and foam in their
mad effort to mount the lofty pile of
stone, while the faithful light shines out
unmoved far above. And so it should ba
with the Christian. Arise! is the co-
Carry the walls of the Christian graces
far upward where the light Christ has
given you may shine out upon the dark
ness of the world. Below the storm and
conflict of life may rage, the darkness
may be appalling, and the rocks watch
ing for their prey, but all unmoved the
light far above will shine out and guide
many a soul to the safe haven of Christ3
redeeming love. Think you that it does
not matter whether or no your light Is
shining? The command to all is to
T T WAS a marvelous truth to which
A Christ gave expression when He de
clared to Philip, after he had asked to be
shown the Father: "Have I been so Ion 5
a time with you, and yet hast
thou not known Me, Philip? He
that hath seen Me hath seen
the Father; and how sayest thou,
then, bhew us the .rather? And it is
equally as marvelous a truth that the
Christ is to be revealed to the world
through His followers. Ah, how Chris
tians by their imperfect, weak, wayward
lives dishonor and misrepresent the
Christ! But it is God's purpose and de
sire that His glory should be seen upon
the Christian. We are to.be the mirrors
in which the Christ will be seen. It may
be difficult and often absolutely Impos
sible to get a lost and perishing soul to
listen to a sermon, but the Christian can
and ought to.be a "living epistle, known
and read of all men." If he were such
the world would be speedily brought to
the feet of the Saviour of men. On the
ceiling of one of. the magnificent old
churches of Europe is spread one of the
rare paintings of a celebrated master of
the art. Its striking beauty was ap
preciated by all who would lift their eyes
upward and gaze upon it but few en
joyed it because of the tiresome and un
natural position one was forced to take
in viewing it. This was unfortunate and
a real loss to the hundreds of worshipers
who passed to and fro under the master
piece, without taking the time or the
trouble to look up. This was a source of
grief to the church dignitaries, and how-
to place the beautiful painting wlth?n
the easy reach of all was the problem de
manding solution. At last a large and
perfect mirror was placed on the floor
at such an angle as to perfectly and
clearly reflect the painting In all its
beauty and bring it within the vision of
all who came and went.
HE Christ, the perfect Model, the
Saviour of men, has been exalted to a
place in the Heavens, and His disciples
have been left in the world to reflect His
glory. It may be difficult, yea. impossi
ble, to get the world's people to look up
and see the Christ, but His disciples may
be the mirrors in which the beautiful
graces and virtues of the Christ
life may be reflected, and men
beholding shall be impressed and
influenced thereby. Let us, then, be
the mirrors In which the Light may be
sent Into all the dark places of the earth.
It was not long after the mirror was
placed in the floor of the cathedral that
it was noted that more and more of thz
worshipers were turning their gaze
from the mirrored reflection to the orig
inal painting. Having gained a vision,
a dawning conception, of the beauty and
grandeur of the art treasure, they were
no longer content with only the mir
rored reflection. They wanted to study
and know the original. And so it Is
bound to be with the disciples of Christ
who have been set as lights in the world.
If they faithfully reflect the life and
character of the Christ Whose they are
and Whom they serve, It will not be long
until there will be many longing to see
and know the Christ Himself. They will
no longer be satisfied with the reflection,
but will want to meet the blessed Christ
face to face, and heart to heart. Then
will a new mirror be set in the world's
pavement; then will there be new light
shed In the dark places; then will there
be other souls blessed, and the Gospel
light will be spread. Arise! Shine! Oh,
Christian! Thy Light has come! You
realize it. You know it. Why, then, are
you not shining for Him? Arise!
Afise! ! Arise! ! For there are perish
ing souls all about you who need the
light. And true it is that the voice of the
prophet is the voice of God as he cries:
"Arise! Shine!" What shall our answer
be ? Because of the Christ Who has come
as Light into the world; because of the
souls perishing In the darkness of the
world's sin ; because we have been set as
lights in the world, surely we can make
but one reply. We will say: "We will
let our lights so shine before men that
they may see our good works and
glorify our Saviour In Heaven."
Had the Missionary Spirit.
John R. Mott visited a college in Cey
lon where he found a band of students
so poor that 16 of them occupied one
room. Near the building was a garden,
in which they spent their spare time
cultivating bananas. When Mr. Mott
inauired: "What do you do with the
money 7 tney iook mm to tne snore
and pointed to an island off in the sea.
Tn-n roar a?n thfv eatri "wo ccn
one of our graduates there. He started
a scnooi, ana. 11 nas aeveiopea now into
a church. We are now sending him to
another island "
THIS W0!i KiWS
WHAT OITE OF THE EES DISCOVERED
TO EES GREAT JOY.
lira. D ton (j finds that the Indescribable
Pains of Rheumatism Can ba Cored
Through the Blood.
Mrs. E. M. DeLong, of No. 160 "West
Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa, found
herself suddenly attacked by rheuma
tism in the winter of 1896. She gave
the doctor a chance to help her, which
be failed to improve, and then she did
lome thinking and experimenting of her
own. She was so successful that she
deems it her duty to tell the story of her
escape from suffering :
"My brother-in-law," she says," was
enthusiastic on th subject of Dr. "Wil
liams' Pink Pills as a purifier of the
blood, and when I was suffering extreme
pains in the joints of my ankles, knees,
hips, wrists and elbows, and the doctor
was giving me no relief, I began to re
flect that rheumatism is a disease of
the blood and that, if Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills are 60 good for the blood, they
must be good for rheumatism and worth
" I was in bed half the time, suffering
with pain that cauuot be described to
one who has never had the disease. It
would concentrate sometimes in one set
of joints. When it was in my feet I
oould not walk, when it was iu my el
bows and wrists I could not even draw
the coverlets over my body. I had suf
fered in this way for weeks before I be
gan using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
Two weeks after I began with them I
experienced relief and after I had taken
Bix boxes I was entirely well. To make
sure I continued to use them about two
weeks longer and then stopped alto
gether. For several years I have had no
reason to use them for myself, but I
have recommended them to others as an
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills furnish tha
blood with all the elements that are
needed to build up healthy tissue, strong
muscles and nerves, capable of bearing
the strain that nature puts upon them.
They really make neT blood and cure
all diseases arising from disorders of the
blood or nerves, such un sciatica, neural
gia, partial paralysis, locomotor ataxia,
St. Vitus' dance, neiTous prostration.
ansemia and all forms or weakness in
either male or female. They are sold by
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OLD WORLD ODDITIES.
A London fashion authority states
that the new winter color will b6
eminence" the peculiar shade of
purple worn by cardinals.
To check an influx of tramps at Yar
mouth, England, a member of the
board of guardians gravely suggested
that the board circulate a rumor that
the town almshouse wa-s haunted.
The vicar of Little Hutton, England,
does not like makers of tombstones
to cut their names on the stones, but
allows them to do so on stones place!
in his graveyard if they pay $2.50 for
A German decorator was so fond
of reading his Bible in working hours
that the foreman took it away from
him, and found between the leaves a
large amount of gold leaf. The man
had been stealing regularly.
By means of an accidental short
circuit in one of the junction boxes
in an electric main in Melbourne.
Australia, an alarm was sent in to
every fire department station, and
1,500 calls were received at the same
Instant in the head telephone office.
Announcing an apparently hopeless
disagreement, the foreman of a Lon
don coroner's jury asked the coroner
whether the Jury would be allowed
any luxuries, ":o, nor necessaries.
either," was the heartless reply. The
Jury retired sadly to its room, and re
turned a verdict five minutes later.
Two hundred and seventy-two quarts
of brandy, 127 quarts of whisky, 261
bottles of champagne, 381 bottles of
port, 66 bottles of sherry and 30 bot
tles of claret such was the drink bill 1
incurred by a Glasgow woman named
Mrs. McLean during 811 days of mar
ried life. Then she died. Her will
is being contested.
Next to the proverbial shilling, per
haps the smallest legacy has been in
herited by a native of New Zealand. He
had a son. who died in the Dutch In
dies, and left him his effects, amount
ing to 13 pence one-half penny. The
money was payable at Middleburg, and
the man had to walk ten Dutch leagues
for It, losing also a day's work.
In 1800 only seven per cent, of the pop
ulation of this country were members
of churches. In 1900 there were 36 per
cent. The proportion is 37 men to 63
This advertisement aDDeared tha other
day in the London Express: "Johnny
Come home immediately. Father still un
employed and imbecile. We are trying to
get him into the war office. Mother.
One hotel in New York has a suite of
rooms for which it charges $125 a cay, which
would make an eight-hour night's sleep cost
H1.66. Wouldn't that give you insomnia?
Once a tortoise beat & hare once. It
never happened again, yet the whole timid
world has been talking about it ever since.
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His Fears Were Realized.
A Georgia statesman says that
while he was in the shop of an opti
cian in Atlanta he once heard an amus
ing conversatio nbetween the proprie
tor of the establishment and an aged
darky, who was just leaving the place
with a pair of new spectacles, says the
As . the old chap neared the door
his' eye lighted upon a most extraordi
nary looking instrument conspicuous
ly placed upon a counter. The ven
erable negro paused for several mo
ments to gaze in open mouthed won
der at this thing, the like of which he
had never seen before. After a long
struggle with his curiosity he was
vanquished. Turning to the optician,
"What Is It, boss?"
"That's an opthalmometer," replied
the optician in his gravest manner.
"Sho!" muttered the old man to
himself as he backed out of the door,
his eyes still fastened upon the
curious looking thing on the counter.
"Sho, dat's what I was afeared it
WAS A NAIVE COMPLIMENT.
Musician Flayed So Well That the
Congregation Wouldn't Be
"Reginald De Koven was touring the
country with one of his operas," said a New
York musician, "and a certain Sunday found
him in the town of Dayton.
"They told Mr. De Koven that an Epis
copal church in the neighborhood had a su
perb organ. Accordingly he went to that
cnurcb, ascended to the organ loft, and cat
beside the organist during tha morning's
" ' You seem to know something about
music," said the organist in a condescending
way. 'I'll let you dismiss the congregation
11 you a like.
" 'Why, yes,' said De Koven, 'I would like
I that vary much.'
"Accordingly, at the end of the recession
al, ha exchanged places with, the organist
and began to play Mendelssohn's 'Spring
Song.' He played beautifully. The Dayton
people, enthralled bv the wonderful music,
refused to depart. They sat in rapt enjoy
ment, and after the 'Spring Song' was fin
ished Mr. De Koven began Chopin's 'Fu
"Suddenly a heavy hand was laid on hi
shoulder and he was pushed off the music
" 'You can't dismiss a congregation," e&ld
the organist, impatiently. rVatch. and see
how soon I'll get them out.' "
GOING TO STAY YOUNG.
Even Government Inspectors Couldn't
Hake Her Older Than
A Brooklyn woman lately returned from
Europe was describing to her husband who
had remained at home er experiences with
:he customs inspectors who tad taken her
declaration in tne cabin of the liner coming
up the bay, relates the Brooklyn Eagle.
"When he asked me my age," she said, "I
told him 30."
"But, my dear " exclaimed the husband,
"you're over 30.
"1 know it," she returned, "but do I look
"No, you don't; that's a fact."
"Well," she concluded, triumphantly,
convinced that mere man was squelched
once more by the force of feminine logic,
"until I look more than 30 I'm Koinz to be
30, and 1 don't care for the old United States
government and all its customs inspectors
and declarations. They can't make me
older than I look or want to be."
Trying to give an idea of the size of a
molecule, Dr. W. Marshall Watts says that
if a drop of water were enlarged to the di
mensions of the earth its molecules would
look like a heap of Q.G.OOO.OOO.ttOO.OOO.OOO,
000,000 tennis balls. If all scientific facts can
only be reduced to sporting terms thia way,
th$ general understanding of the wonders
of nature will be tremendously increased.
"Bah Jove!" drawled the dude boarder.
"I certainly do admire tne Newport set."
"Excuse me," said the buffoon boarder,
"but before going further would you please
state whether you mean people, hens or
teeth?" Chicago Daily Newt.
He In understand that Mrs. Wiggins re
jected Mr. Wiggins 13 times before she ac
cepted him. '
tJhe Yes. She evidently thought it best
to shake well before taking. Judge.
Borne men think they are not saying any
thing pointed unless they are stabbing an
other. Chicago Tribune.
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Qiao's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
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Samuel, Ocean Grove. N. J., Feb. 17,. 1900.
The man whose parsimony loses him the
services of a first-class assistant is like a
man who cannot step over a quartti get
at a bag of eagles. Chicago Tribune.'
.'5.'. J. -. --PS; ??. i !l '
A prominent Southern lady, Mrs.
Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how
she was cured of backache, dizziness, pain
ful and irregular periods by the use of
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Dear Mrs. Pinkham: Gratitude compels me to acknowledge the
great merit of your Vegetable Compound. I have suffered for four years
with irregular and painful menstruation, also dizziness, pains in the back
and lower, limbs, and fitful sleep. I dreaded the time to come which
would only mean suffering to me.
" Better health is all I wanted, and cure if possible. Xydia E. Pink
ham's "Vegetable Compound brought me nealth and happiness in a
few short months. I feel like another person now. My aches and pains
have left me. life seems new and sweet to me, and everything seems
pleasant and easy.
" Six bottles brought me health, and was worth more than months
under the doctor's care, which really did not benefit me at alL I am sat
isfied there is no medicine so good for sick women as your Vegetable
Compound, and I advocate it to my lady friends in need of medical
help." Mits. B. A. Bulnchard, 422 Broad St., Nashville, Tenn.
When women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstrua,
tion, weakness, leucorrhoea, displacement or ulceration of the womb, that
bearing-down feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, bloating- (or
flatulence), general debility, indigestion, and nervous prostration, or are beset
good that I purchased another, and the result was so satisfactory that I
bought six more bottles, and am now feeling like a new woman. I shall
never be without it. I hope that my testimonial will convince women
that your Vegetable Compound is the greatest medicine in the world
for falling' of the womb or any other female complaints." Mrs. May
Cody, 2G60 Birch St, Philadelphia, Pa. x
n. Remember, every woman is cordially invited to write to Mrs.
Plukhamif there is anything about he symptoms doeVt
BSSSlnS Hef address f Jynn. Mass., ner advice is fre
Cheerfully given to every ailing woman who asks for it.
CICTI 11 A 27 YEARS
rlVl W fc.fi-ESTABLISHED
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DRS. ThORMTOH & MIH0R, iVt9Sll&Vl?iS&&itS?. 8 bUtlEll
Of course It is.
Then don't risk it life by trying
to get along without
McGee's Baby Elixir
because it costs 60c a bottle (you
can buy a smaller size for 2Tc).
Makes lean babies fat and sick
babies well. A sure cure for all
stomach and bowel complaint
that baby flesh is heir to. In
sures health and freedom from
fretting and fleepl'-ssness dur
ing the toething period. Good
winter and summer all the time.
Pleasant to take. At your drug
gists. .Keep a bottle in the house.
Long Way Sound.
A new word has been introduced into li
Flemish language. It is SnelJpaarddooa
mology is: "Snefl," rapid; 'rwdelooa,
horseless; "zeendeerspoorweg, withoui
rails; "petrolirijtuig," driven by petroleum.
The whole word, as can be easily seen, means
motor car. Detroit Free Press.
Dropsy treated freebvDr. H. H. GrwrnJ
Son, of Atlanta, Ga. The an"trt drojMg
s-pecialista in the world. Read their ad vtr"
tisement in another column of thia paper.
Some political candidate own t lie m sal res
but they are rare. Chicago Daily .New a.
wun sucn symptoms as dizziness, faintness, las
. situde, excitability, irritability, nervousness,
sleeplessness, melancholy, " all-gone " and
"want-to-be-left-alone" feelings, blues and
hopelessness, they should remember there is ono
tried and true remedy. jLydla E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound at once removes such
troubles. Refuse to buy any other medicine, for
you need the best. ,
A Severe Case of Womb Trouble Cured I
in Philadelphia. J
"Dear Mrs. Pijtkham 1 I hav bppn
cured of severe female troubles by
the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. I was
nearly ready to give ut. but Reeincr
your advertisement I tmrehftspd
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way, $10.50 from St. Louis and $8-50 from
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