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ULS. WEBER TELLS HOW SHE WAS
HELPED WHEITD00T0E3 FAILED.
kite Iji-t II or Trouble Booima Chronic Be
cniiMi Hlio Ileal tatcxl to Consult Her
IMiyaician Particular of a Re
Tho natural reluctance which ererj
tVf)oan fcel3 toooiiflalb. a physician re
luming : troubles peemliar to her sex
caiuc-l Mrs. O.Weber, of No. 7685 South
fYoiit Ktroot, Columbus, Ohio, to let her
illncKH run on until it became chronic,
and OYcm the excellent doctor whom sh
i iuployod could give her no relief that
whh permanent. She gives the follow
lug details of an interesting case :
I felt the trouble a long time before
I went to our doctor, perhaps a year or
moro. When I did consult him he told me
t liad female trouble. I felt fcharp pains
through my stomach and could not walk
ncros the room without suffering ag
onies which I cannot describe. My head
ached so that it fairly thumped and at
ti in ok it seemed that I would go crazy.
My stomach became so weak that it
would retain only tha lightast food.
W-vk after week I took the doctor's
medicine, but I continued to feel worse
ti nd worse. Ou several occasions I was
confined to my bed for a week at a time.
My weight decreased to 103 pounds and
M-omod a confirmed invalid.
" One day I read of a case similar to
mino that had beeu cured by Dr. Wil
hams' Pink Pills for Pale People and,
P 1 though I did not havo much confidence
I !ogau taking the pilV., having already
tThsooulinucd my doctor 3 treatment
Wlulo I was taking tho second box I bo-
:mi to feel a little bettyr and tha im
jii ovemeut continued until I was cured,
Tn a few mouths I had recovered my
health and strength and weighed 133
tx tinds. I owe everything to Dr. Wil'
hams Pink Pills."
Ko discovery of modern times has
uoved such a blessing to women as Dr
Williams' Pink Pill. for Pale People
Act ing directly ou the blood and nerves
invigorating the body, regulating the
fnnctions, they restore the strength, and
health in tho exhausted patient when
every effort of the physician proves ua
nvailing. These pills aro sold in boxes at
GO cents a box, or six boxes for $2.50, and
may ?o had from all druggists, or direct
from Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Sche
nectady, N. Y.
The Wise Witness.
The cross-examiner had kept the
witness on the stand for some time,
and the witness naturally was getting
"if yon would only answer my ques
tions properly," said the cross-exam
inor. "we would have no trouble. II
I could only get you to understand
that all I want to know is what you
know, we "
"It. would take you a life time to ac
quire -that.v- interrupted the witness
"What I mean is that I merely want
to learn what you know about this af
fpir' the lawyer said, frowninz. "1
don't care anything about your ah
ntract knowledge of law or your infor
mation in regard to theosophy, but
-v. hat you know about this case."
"Oh, that isn't what you want,1
k.ici the witness in an off-haml way,
"I've been trying to glva yon that foi
some time, and "
The lawyer got in an objection and
tho witness had to stop.
"If I don't want to know what you
know about this particular case and
nothing else," inquired the lawyer
later, "what do you think I want tc
That - seemed so easy that the wit
nc-ss laughed as he said:
"It isn't what I know that you want
to know; it's what you think I know
that you're after, and you 8 re trying
to make me know or prove me a liar."
Then it was that every one in the
court room knew that ha had been ob
tl'O witness stand before.
Where the Victory Perched.
A dispute had arisen in the Fer
ui,on family, say the Chicago Tri
lib; Ferguson wished to Invite
Aunt Abigail to come and spend th
winter at his house. His wife object
ed. f?he's a vinegary old maid," said
Mrs. Ferguson, "and I don't want hei
here. We've got enough to do to sup
sxjrt ourselves, without having anoth
er mouth to feed."
"I'm able to look out for that.
want you to understand, Laura, thai
I'm the breadwinner for this family,
and I Hay she shall come."
"And I want you to understand.
George Ferguson, that I'm the bread
maker for this family and I say 'she
Aunt Abigail didn't com.
Christian science Is good to cure
you of something you haven't got.
What the Baby Weeded.
MI suffered from nervousness anc
headache until one day about a yeai
ago it suddenly occurred to me what
a great coffee drinker I was and I
thought may be this might have some
thing to do with my trouble, so I
shifted to tea for awhile but was not
better. If anything worse.
"At that time I had a baby foui
months old that we had to feed on
the bottle, until an old lady friend told
me to try Postum Food Coffee. Three
months ago I commenced using Pos
tum, leaving off the tea and coffee,
and not only have my headaches and
nervous troubles entirely disappeared
but since then I have been giving
plenty of nurse for my baby and have
a large, healthy child now.
"I have no desire to drink anything
but Postum and know It has benefited
my children, and I hope all who have
children will try Postum and find out
for themselves what a really wonder
ful food drink it 13." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Both tea and coffee contain quanti
ties of a poisonous drug called Caffeine
that directly affects the heart, kidneys,
Etomach and nerves. Postum Is mads
from cereals only, scientifically blend
ed to get the coffee flavor. Tea days
trial of Postum in place of tea or coffee
will show a health secret worth more
than a gold mine. There's a reason.
Get the book, "The Road to Well
ville," in each pkfr
God s Foundation and
Sermon by the "Highway and
(Copyrlffbt, 1904, by J. M. Edson.)
Chicago. Sunday. October 30. 1904.
Text: "Nevertheless the foundation of
God standeth sure, having this seal. The
Lord knoweth them that are Hs. And let
every one that nameth the name of Christ
depart from iniquity." 2 Tim. 2:19.
of our text points
us back to the pre
ceding verses in
which the apostasy
of certain members
of the church, par
aeus and Philetus,
is referred to and
their false doctrines
brought into sharp
contrast with the
enduring truth of
God. In the con
ceit of their own human wisdom they
have been striving to lay other founda
tions, forgetful of God's Word, that
"other foundation can no man lay than
that is laid, which is Jesus Christ"
And men have not ceased in their ef
forts to lay foundations of their own
construction. Hymenaeus and Philetus
have left a numerous progeny in the
world, and to-day everywhere we find
false teachers seeking to "overthrow the
faith of some," and driving others who
have never come into the light of Gospel
truth farther and farther into the fatal
darkness of error. And with so much re
ligious confusion on every hand, so many
Isms and cults, so many teachers, and
so many conflicting ideas and theories
and doctrines, it Is so restful and re
freshing to know that "the foundation
of God standeth sure." There are false
teachers, there are false doctrines, but
"nevertheless" the foundation which
God has laid can never be shaken by the
effort of man. The Babelites could not
build to Heaven, and neither can the
modern Hymenaeuses or Philetuses.
who concerning the truth have erred, dig
up God's foundation and put in its place
one of their own construction. It is re
assuring to the soul which seeks in sin
cerity to know the truth to hear God
say: "The foundation of God standeth
IT IS the sure foundation which the
soul of man seeks to rest upon; It Is
the foundation which it must have. This
Is the foundation which God has pro
vided. Let us inspect this foundation
and then consider the superstructure.
First of all. we must recognize the
Builder. Have you not noticed where
building operations are going on the
signs of the contractors conspicuously
placed so that all who pass may know
who Is doing the work? When the
foundation is being laid the sign is placed
upon the ground at the edge of the ex
cavation, or in some other convenient
place, and as the building rises upon the
foundation the signs appear upon its
sides, telling who is doing the construe
tion work and who the plumber Is and
the steam fitter, and stj forth. And the
name is often the guarantee of work of
the most thorough and complete char
acter. The foundation which God has
laid bears conspicuously His seal and
mark, and man may know for a certainty
that it is His workmanship. The fact
that God is the Builder suggests two
things, reliability and permanency. God
is a builder In whom mankind may put
implicit faith. He has not left incom
plete in any respect the foundation. It
is exactly what man needs to rest se
curely upon. While other foundations
are defective, the Foundation of founda
tions is perfect. And It is enduring. It
standeth mire." It hath permanency
which partakes of the nature of God.
The Christ who is this foundation was
set apart as the Saviour of men before
the foundations of the world were laid.
and He is to abide throughout the ages
as the permanent, enduring rock on
which His people may rest. "How long
will your foundation last?" was asked
of a builder. "As long as it is needed to
hold up the building," was the reply.
And that is exactly the way God laid His
foundation. It was to last just as long
as it was to be needed to hold up the
building, and that is for eternity.
UT let us draw near to this foundation
and examine It for its peculiar mark
ings. It was the ancient custom to place
upon the cornerstone or some visible
stone which rested upon and was part
of the foundation a seal or monogram.
ut as the custom continues to-day. It
is this simile which we have in our
text. The foundation of God has this
seal, and the very presence of the seal
is proof of the permanency of the
foundation, for the seal sets forth that
the Lord knoweth them that are His,
and who are dependingupon the founda
tion for sure support. Our text suggests
two mottoes which may be considered
part of this seal. One refers to God's
attitude towards man, and the other
man's attitude towards God. Elijah, the
prophet of Israel, did not know that
God had 7,000 faithful servants who
had -never bowed the knee to Baal.
He thought he stood alone in his loyalty
and devotion to the Lord. Ananias, the
ased saint at Damascus, did not know
that Saul of Tarsus was the Lord's till
It had been revealed to him by the Lord
In the vision of the night. But though
we may not know all who are on the
Lord's side, all who are resting upon
the sure foundation by faith In Jesus
Christ, yet the Lord knows each one by
name. He knoweth them that are
His." The seal on that stone is the
ruaractee that not a single soul shall
be missed. It Is the reassuring testi
mony of God that each soul has an Iden
tity and individuality in His sight which
s as positive as though the name and
lescrlption and likeness of every one
were engraved upon the stone. What a
reassuring and wonderful guarantee that
Is! The seal of the mightiest potentate
upon earth could not more surely and
blessedly comfort the heart of his sub-
ect than does this seal which God has
aused to be placed there.
is not enough that God knows them
that are His. Man must know by his
life and his deeds, by his attitude to
wards the goodness and truth of God and
lis opposition to the evil within and
ithout, that he belongs- to God. It is
aot sufficient that God should claim us,
and lest any should see but one side of
God's truth and should think that It die
not matter how he lived, for God would
save all mankind, the other truth ac
companies the first, and is as follows:
"Let every one that nameth the name
of1 Christ depart from iniquity." Li
cense to sin Is not given by the declara
tion of the first motto of the inscription,
but rather it would Imply a life of holy
living. The second motto is a natural
development of the first. It is the plans,
the specifications, by which man is to
build the superstructure. Here is the
foundation laid by God, Jesus Christ,
Himself, not only being that foundation
but the cornerstone as well. The first
part of the inscription reminds us of the
words of Jesus to His Heavenly Father
when He declared: "Of them that Thou
hast given He I have lost none." It is a
known and definite factor in the mind
of God exactly as to who belong to Him.
He knows who the builders are. His
eyes are upon those who are to rear the
superstructure on the foundation which
He has provided, and because God is as
choice and careful of the superstructure
as of the foundation He tells you and me
who are builders on that foundation just
what stately, and solid, and permanent
structure we are to rear. Nothing of
evil, or error, is to be put there if God
can help it. And for this reason He tells
those of us who name the "name of
Christ to depart from evil." God wants
a building of honor, and beauty, and en
during character to grace His splendid
and everlasting foundation.
VWHAT would have been thought In
W Chicago when the foundation for
the Marshall Field building was laid.
that splendid foundation which was
dubbed the centipede because it had so
many massive legs of solid masonry and
iron reaching down to the bedrock far
below, if upon that solid foundation,
able to sustain the largest building
which could possibly be constructed, a
squatty and mean building of one or two
stories had been built. What a dishonor
it would have been to the skill and care
with which the foundation had been
laid! How it would have astonished
and disgusted the thinking men of the
city! No, that foundation was prepared
for the magnificent structure which aft
erwards reared its steel and marble pile
proudly aloft towards the sky. And
God's foundation has been laid for man's
best effort. He must build after God's
plans. He must put only the very best
of material and workmanship into It,
and to realize this high purpose of God,
"let every one that nameth the name of
Christ depart from iniquity." The earn
est admonition in 1 Corinthians 3:10,
"let every man take heed how he build-
em thereupon, is meant for every
Christian. What a solemn responsibil
ity! How the builder who puts shoddy
material and poor workmanship into a
building is to be despised and condemned
for his criminal conduct.
IN referring to the building which the
I Christian is rearing upon the founda
tion of Christ Jesus, Peter calls us "live
ly stones." This allusion to the buildlnj
of which all Christians are stones un
doubtedly has reference to Solomon's
temple. Each individual stone of that
wonderful building was carefully pre
pared for its place in the structure be
fore it was brought to the scene of the
temple, so that there was no sound of
the workmen's tools heard as the build
ing was erected. And as stones for God's
building we are being fitted and pre
pared to fill a place in that invisible
temple of the Church of Christ which Is
being built. This is the thought in
Paul's mind when in Ephesians he de
clares that "we are His workmanship."
God has a part which He performs for
each individual Christian, and we are
builders with Him in making these liv
ing stones of just the right proportions
and size to fill the place we may and
ought to fill in His perfect building. We
are to depart from iniquity. That is
every form of sin. No longer are we to
build for the natural appetites and lusts,
but by a deliberate and positive choice
on our part we are to turn from such
things and build into our characters
such things as shall abide.
THESE things may be liEened unto
EOld. Silver. nrflPtnns crnnoo fn
which reference is made in the third
chapter of first Corinthians, and ar
the things which are to be built upon
the foundation, for they are the only
materials which will stand the test
ing. If a man puts wood, hay, stub
ble upon the foundation, it will ba
destroyed, for "every man's work shall
be made manifest; for the day shall
declare it, because it shall be re
vealed by fire; and the fire shall try
every man's work of what sort it is.
If any man's work abide which he
hath built thereupon, he shall receiva
a reward. If any man's work shall
be burned, he shal suffe? loss; but
he himself shall be saved, yet 30 as by
fire." Our building is to be severely
tested. We may be able to gild th
wood, hay and stubble, so as to de
ceive the eyes of men. and even onr
own, and make it seem like the cold
. 0 I
ana silver and precious stones, but
in that testing day when the fire of
God shall eat through the thin veneer
and lick up the combustible material
we have been putting into our build
ing we shall be stripped of everything
but just bare salvation. The test
ing is sure to come. We cannot de
ceive God. What kind of material
are we putting upon the foundation
which God has given us? It is an
enduring foundation, and is worthy of
the structure of gold, silver and pre
cious stones, which shall prove as en
during as the foundation itself. Are
we content to put upon It materials
which shall dishonor the foundation,
and disgrace us In the day of testing?
We cannot find the gold, silver and
precious stones along the pathway of
the old nature. We cannot obtain
them if we have our eyes and affec
tions fixed upon the world and th.9
things of the world. We must de
part from the desires of the,natural
man, and seek the things of God.
This is man's part. This is his share
in the inscription whicB adorns that
blessed foundation stone. Blessed be
God that in His wonderful Provi
dence and mercy He has laid sacji a
foundation for us, and glory .nd
honor to His name that He has plated
such an inscription and seal upon that
stone which assures us of His inti
mate knowledge of us. and of our
duty and privilege towards Him! God
grant that we may every one dili
gently strive to obtain the gold, the
silver, the precious stones, so as to
build according to God's plans for us!
The letters of Miss
ture Is printed above, and Miss Claussen,
prove beyond question that thousands of
cases of inflammation of the ovaries and
womb are annually cured by the use of
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dear Mrs. Pxnkham: Gradual loss of strength and nerve force
told me something was radically wrong: with me. I had severe shooting:
pains throught the pelvic organs, cramps and extreme irritation com
pelled me to seek medical advice. The doctor said that I 'had ovarian
trouble and ulceration, and advised an Deration. I strongly objected to
this and decided to try Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound.
I soon found that my judgment was correct, and that all the good
things said about this medicine were true, and day by day I felt less
pain and increased appetite. The ulceration soon healed, and the other
complications disappeared and in eleven weeks I was once more strong
and vigorous and perfectly well.
My heartiest thanks are sent to you for the great good you have
done me." Sincerely yours, Miss Margaret Merklev, 275 Third St.,
Hiss Claussen Saved from a Surgical Operation.
fruitless operations cost me. If
thfi dontnrs do not helr them,
table Compound, they will not be
Miss Clara M. Claussen, 1307 renn
FO R F E IT if we cannot forthwith produce the original letter and signature of
above testimonials, which will proTe tbeir absolute genuineness.
LjOim . PlnlLham Sled. CoM Lynn, Mas.
LOCAL COLOR TOO STRONG
Sunday School Girl Works Local Ho
tel Into the Story of
Seneca, Nemeh county, Kan., is a thriv
ing town of almost 3,000. Travelers
thereto, says the Philadelphia Tress. Dut ud
at the uikord house, which is a real brick
hotel and is retarded by the permanent
population as the latest thins in the hos
telry line in the northeastern part of the
state. To th children of the town it is
known as "The Hotel."
So it was that when a faithful Sundav-
school teacher endeavored to fix on tho
rmndj of her small cudiIs the storr of
the birth of Christ she described how Mary
and JoseDh had come into Bethlehem on the
eve f tbe nrt Christmas and found the
inn full of guests. To make it realistic she
used the simile of the town of Seneca and
explained how it was just as though, the
weary travelers had come in from tne sur
rounding country at evening.
loo well she drew the picture, for one
young miss was so impressed with the
local color that when the Christmas festi
val came and the superintendent of the
school asked for the tale of Bethlehem this
young iady started, out in this lashion:
Mary and Joseph came to iiethlehem.
but the Gilford house was full "
She got no farther, however, for the
walls of the church rang with the laugh
ter of the audience, which realized that
here was local color with a vengeance.
Cured Her Rheumatism.
DeeD Vallev. Pa.. Oct. 31 (Srecian.
There ia deep interest in Green county
over the cure of the little daughter of 1.
Whipkey of Hheumatism. She was a great
sufferer for five or six years and noth-
t5?."11-.,0 do her any good till she tried
I nnn a K iilrdir Mills k n . h.itan n .m-
Dodd's Kidney Pills. Sne be can to im
prove almost at once and now she is cured
and can run and play as other children do.
Mr. Whipkey says:
l am indeed thankful for what Dodd a
Kidney Pills have done for my daughter;
they saved her from being & cripple per
haps for life."
Dodd 9 Kidney Pills have Droved that
Rheumatism is one of the results of dis
eased Kidneys. Rheumatism is caused by
Uric Acid in the blood. If the Kidneys are
right there can be no Uric Acid in the blood,
and consequently no Rheumatism. Dodd's
Kidney i?ms make the Is-idneys right.
Physicians assert that disease is reread
by the saloon free lunch. The doctors ap
parently do not understand that no man
is entitled to sample the free lunch until
he has bought & germkiller. Washington
A Ray county (Mo.) man bet two dollara
that he could twist the tail of a dun-colored
mule and escape unscathed. In reply to a
teleeram trom the coroner ois lather, in
the east, wired; "Bury the fool where
he is. Denver .Tost.
Jobbs I stood by my friend Bill the last
time he got in trouble.
Dohbs Yes: I heard you were the best
man, Chicago Journal.
Man cannot lift himself by bis bootstraps,
jut many a man has puiied himseli down
with a corkscrew.
Hiiilt Bill ICifai iiliiiiiiii
. .- . - - - - - --1 1
Tocure,iormonoyrefundod by your merchant, iso vhy not try
Merkley, whose pic
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: It seems to me that
all the endorsements that I have read of the value
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound do not express
one-half of the virtue the great medicine really
possesses. I know that it saved my life and I
want to give the credit where it belongs. I suf
fered with ovarian trouble for five years, had three
operations and spent hundreds of dollars on doc
tors and medicines but thi3 did not cure me
However, what doctors and medicines failed
to do, Liydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Com
pound did. Twenty bottles restored me to per
fect health and I feel sure that had I known of its
value before, and let the doctors alone, I would
have been smred all the nain and expense that
the women who are suffering, and
will trr Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vege
disappointed with the results."
fct., Kansas uity, aio.
The Proper Name.
The Daughter No, mother, dear, I could
not marry Mr. Smith; he squints.
The Mother My dear girl, a man who
has $100,000 a year may be affected with a
slight optical indecision but a squint,
never. London Tatler.
Tenth Season of the California Lim
ited. Ten yeara ago this fall the Santa Fe
started its California Limited train on
the initial run across the continent.
Many improvements have been made in
that busy decade. To-day's engines and
conches are much heavier than those of
lbSi. Millions of dollars have been spent
on the track alone some of it for oil
eprinkled (dustless) roadbed and oil-burning
(smokeless) engines. The time is
Daily service of the California Limited
will be resumed Sunday, November 13,
fcr the tenth season, superseding the
present semi-weekly schedule. This is
now an all-tbe-year-'round train, between
Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco,
running through Southwest land of en
chantment. The time, Chicago to Los
Angeles, is about 68 hours, which is fast
speed for the 2,265 miles traversed, con
sidering that several mountain ranges are
It took five New Haven policemen to put
a Yale man in a cell the other night, yet
some persons contend that university train
ing is valueless. Philadelphia North Amer
ican. Do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds. J.
F. Boter. Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15. 1900.
When it comes to backing down in a
diplomatic argument the czar is allowed
to take as much of the responsibility an
possible. Washington Star.
They who say that beautifying is fool
ish dispute their own eyes Chicago Record-Herald.
Known the world over
promptest, surest cure
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HIS NAME IN GOOD BOOK.
Indiana Han Sad Been Hoard
Even in the WL'ci .t
"Because my name' is Lord, I frtxww-?
ly have not a few funny et pti'if-ii -,"
aid J. G. Lord, of Muncie, lnd., according
to the Louisville Herald. "One of the
moat amusing incidents I ever bad by
reason of my name happened while i was
driving ( from town to town in Colorado.
While on the road one day, driving very
slowly, for I had plenty of time, 1 cuanced
to notice by the roadside a young fellow
about 16 years old, dressed in as ragged a
fashion as anyone you could ever conceive
of. He had on a pair of his father's worn
out trousr. whi;h wf c.nt otf at t-he
! bottom, and which extended far up on
his body, almost to his shoulders. More
as a matter of personal amusement than
for any other reason, 1 asked him how far
it wa to the next town.
" 4 'Bout six miles, I reckon, he re
plied. "1 reined up my horse.
" 'Do you have any fun out here!' I
" "What ia your name!' I asked him.
"'Willie.' he replied : 'Willie Hawks.'
I started to drive on, but he called alter
asking me to stop.
Say. mister he asked, 'and what mout
your name be?'
"'Lord' I answered: Mr. Lord.'
"And then he grinned. He grinned all
the way to the arm holes of his father's
" 'VVTiy'd you smile!' I asked. 'Have you
ever heard of me?'
" 'Sure; I've heard pop read of yef in
that good book; but 1 never saw yer
"And he continued to grin as I drove on.'
Blot on California.
They were discussing the charms of the
"I never knew but two persons who could
resist the wiles of that delightful land,"
one of the company said, "and they were
a mother and daughter from the Hub. They
came to Pasadena while we were there,
and they stayed just two days. One of u
chanced to express surprise at their brief
sojourn, and thS older woman explained: -
' 'It is beautiful here, of course. We
realize that. But, after all, it is so far
"And they went that very day." N. Y.
Why It Hurt.
"Don't feel to cut up atout it, Mr.
Bkemer," said Miss Roxley, after rejecting
him. "I'm not the first girl you loved,
nor, I venture to say, am I likely to be the
"No," he sighed, disconsolately, "but
you're the richest. Philadelphia Ledger.
The population of London increases by
THE FISH BRAND SLICKER
A VALUED FRIEND
"A good many years ago I bought a
FISH BRAND Slicker, and it has provsn
a valued friend for many a stormy day, but
now it is getting old and I must have
another. Please send me a price-list."
(The name of tbis worthy doctor, obliged
to bo out in all sorts of weather, will
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