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A WOMAWS MEVES
TUE STORY OFA WOMAN TO WIM c
NOISE WAS TORTURE.
Prsevrated by the Least Excitement
Physiciane Baftled By Her Case.
(Froen We Gate City, Zeokuk, Iooa.) W
Mrs. Helen Meyers, whose home is at 3515 a
Vernon avenue, Chicago, and whose visit to V
Keokuk, I., will long be remembered, was b
at one time aff!cted with a nervous me.lady t
which at times drove her nearly to distrao- C
tion. "Those terrible headaches are a thing p
of the past," she said the other day to a e(
Gate CUy representative, "and there Is qaite b
a story in connection with it too.
"My nervous system sustained agreat shock o
some fifteen yers ago, brought on, I believe, t,
through too much worrying over family a
matters, and then allowing my love for my C
books to get the better of my diseretion b
whero my health was concerned. Why, i]
whenever my affairs at home did not go S
along just as I expected, I would Invariably v
become prostrated from the excitement and Vi
I would consider myself fortunate indeed if
the effects of the qttack would not remain a
for a week. I was obliged to give up our i
pleasant home not far from the Lake shore a
drive, because I could not stand the noise in t
that locaity. I could find no place in the 0
city which I deemed suitable to one whose t
nervous system was always on the point of C
explosion. To add to my misfortunes my
complexion underwear a change and I
looked so yellow and sailow that I wag V
ashamed to ven: nro from the house at all. S
'Madam,' said my doctor to me soon after 0
jn unusually severe attack of the malady, V
'unites you leave the city and seek some
place of quiet. you will never recover.' So d
1 concluded I woni I visit my uncle, who
lives in Dallas County, Iowa, and whose g
farm woul-I surely nuo a good p!ace for one
in my pitia'lte con-litton. I picked up the
Gate City one day and happened to come
across an interestlng recilal of the recov-ry I
of some woman in New York State who was C
afflicted as 1 had been. This woman had
becneured by Dr.Williams' PinkPills forPale
People. I thought that if Pink Pills cured
that woman they might do the same for me. (
I began to take the pills according to direo
tions and I began to feel better from the
start. After I had taken several boxes of ,
then I was ready to go back to Chicago. My <
nervousness was gone and my complexion 1
wa as fresh as that of any sixteen-year-old 1
girl In Iowa, and Pink Pills is what put the
color in my cheeks. No woader I am in such
high spirits and feel like a prize fighter. And i
no wonder I like to come to Keokuk for If It 1
bad not been for Pink Pills bougat from a 1
Keokuk firm I would not have been alive
now." laughnzly conclu-1ed the lady.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all the 1
elements necessary to give new life and rich
ne&s to the blood and restore sha~tgred
nerves. Thy are for sale by all dru"4i-,ts,
or may be Md by mail from Dr. Williams'
Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y., fot 1
50 cents per box, or six boxes for $2V.L
RAM'S HORN BLASTS. 1
Warning Notes calung the Wicked to a,
HE man who
UA 11'gets to Christ
has to overcome
Tmis world is
too small to
>. make a grave
deep enou'gh to
hold the truth.
Ir pays to be
a worker In any
cause that wIll
'' make men wiser
THE man who buries his talent
EVERY good deed Is the child of a
A soFT answer will win where a
club would fail.
A FOOL empties his head every time
he opens his mouth.
TRUTH is always our friend no
maatter how warlike it may look.
- THE real man of God is always
showing people how to be like his
THE~ man who worgs purely for the
glory of God will always get his pay
THE devil can't run fast enough to(
keep up with the man whom Christ i
THE only people who are not made
better by giving are those who do not
THE devil stands a good chance of
getting the man who loves money and
THE heart that fully trusts God
can sing' as sweetly in the dark as it
ian In the light.
N~oMAN can ever be much of a
Christian who does not devote his
whole tlne to it.
THE man who succeeds in any call
ing Is'the one who takes a stand t;hat
THERE is no such thing as doing
right in the sight of God until you 1
have ceased to do eviL.
IF' you have any doubt about a
whether a doubt is right or not, have C
nothing to do with it.
JoH.s the Baptist had no trouble
about reaching the masses, because t
his theme was Christ.t
MANY a man who is anxious to re
form the world has a gate that is
hanging by one hinge.
THE more treasure we have laid up
in Heaven the more power it will
give us for good on earth.
THE man who is doing nothing to
help suipport missions is hindering
God's work in his own heart.
A DoZENr men are ready to tell
others how they ought to walg to oneC
who can show them how.
IF' God had to have perfect in- t
atruments with which to work, his i
'kingdom would never come. i
THE world is not dying because
there is not more preaching, but be
cause there Is so little practice.
AT least one woman in fiye believes
that if she had been in Eve's place ,
&dam would be in the garden let.t
THER.E is a great deal of preaching
being done In these times that thei
tdevil is not finding any fault with.
THE devil would never get a fol- I
lower if he couldn't make a founda-r
tion of sand look as safe as solid rock.<
THERE IS power in the relig'Ion 2
that can praise God when toere is j
nothing but the devil's face in sight.s t
BETTE~R find out what kind of a
foundation you have under you before
you spend your whole lire in trying to
Muilda house An'
Knew What Would Be Acceptable.
Pacer-So you write your wifey
.Jaithfully every day?
Pacer-What's the first thing you i
Binks-Pay to bearer, etc.---Town
WOODCOCKS AND WORMS.
trious Discovery Made by an Obecrvant
When the moon arose I took a po
tion near one of the moist places,
here the borings were the freshest
ad most plentiful, and awaited de.
lopments. For a long time the
right light of the moon fell upon
ie spot I wished to observe, and 1
uld see everything with the utmost
ainness. At about 8 o'clocr a wood
)ck dropped down silently beside the
Presently another birdwalked out.
the shadow and joined it. Both
gan to "bore' for worms, an oper.
ion I had never seen before, and a
rious performance it was. The
irds would rest their bills upon the
ud and stand in this position for
veral seconds, as if listening. Then
ith a sudden swift movement they
ould drive the bill its entire length
to the soil, hold it so for a second,
nd then as quickly withdraw it,
rites a correspondent of the Forest
nd Stream. Though I watched the
irds carefully with the glass I could
ot detect the presence of a worm in
heir bills when they were with.
But the subsequent process gave
e the clew to their method of teed
g. After having bored over a con.
iderable piece of ground-a square
r more-they proceeded to execute
vhat looked comically like a war
ance upon the perforated territory.
hey also occasionally tapped the
round with the tips of their wings.
1y intense curiosity to know the pos.
ble utility of this process was at
ength gratified by seeing a worm
rawl, half length, from one of the
orings, when it was immediatly
)ounced upon and devoured by one
f the woodcock. Presently another
vorm made its appearance, and so on
ill the two woodcock had devoured
s many as a dozen of them. Then
he "ven" seemed exhausted, and
he birds took their leave.
I have subsequently studied the
hilosophy of this method of digging
)ait, and have come to the conclusion
hat certain birds are a great deal
viser than certain bipeds without
eathers. If you will take a sharp
ned stick and drive it Into the
round a number of times, in a spol
vhich is prolitic with worms and then
ap on the ground with a stick for a
ew minutes, you will find that the
vorms will come to the surface and
at they will come up through the
ioles which you have made.
I account for it by the supposition
hat the tapping of the stick some
iow affects the worms the same ae
ain, and it is a well-known fact thal
orms come to the surface of thf
round when it rains.
The antics of the woodcocks attei
Jhey had made their borings, then,
vere simply mimetic, and Intended
o delude worms into the belief that
was raining in the upper world.
Ihe worms being aeceived, came uj
Lnd were devoured. All this may
Leem ridiculous, but if It is not true,
ill some naturalist please state how
woodcock can grasp and devour a
formu when its bill Is 'confined ina
od, tight-fitting tunnel of soil, and
is' how It is enabled to know the
~xact spot where It may sink its bill
ad strike the worm? A1d further,
i all those - ho- have seen la wood
~oci7feeing, how many ever saw it
ithdraw a worm from the grounr
rith its bill?
For a Rainy Day.
He lived in the suburbs, and had
ot provided himself with an um
rella. As he istepped from the de
ot into the street. he perceived i:e
ore him a person whom he took for
n acquaintance, and who had a fine
tew umbrella hoisted over his head.
cunning up to him, therefore, he
lapped him on the shoulder, saying
,s he did so by way of a joke! "I'll
ake that umbrella, If you please.'
he individual thus addressed looked
ound and disclosed a perfect
tranger, but before the other could
pologize, he said hurriedly: Oh, it's
'ours, Is it? Well, I didn't know
hat. Hlere, you can have It," and
roke away, leaving the article in the
Lands of the first party to the con
ersation. This narrative, which is
rictly true, affords a valuable hint
o persons who may be caught out
rithout protection from the rain.
. Interesting Use ol YfloC grapmy
A French photographer lately invented
process by which a bit of ordinarj
aper-the leaf of a book, for example
-can be made sensitive to light without
ifectig the rest of the page. Acting
a this hint the French War Minister has
egun to take the portraits of conscripts
ad recruits on the paper, which gives
eir height, complexion, age, etc., and
be cheapness and swiftness of the op.
ration, which is already in use in the
t~nch army, is something remarkable.
t costs only one cent to get two copies
f a portrait of Jacques~onhomme--oue
r his individual register and the otherz
r his muster roll; and so rapid is the
rocess that in a few hours a whole regi
ent can be so photographed. The
ldiers file along, one by one, and each
its for three seconds in the photographic
hair and the thing is done.
They eveu mark the maa's regimental
amber on his breast with chaik, and
us get a complete identification of him
s case of desertion or death, or wheni s
iseharged soldier presents his claim (or
ny or a pcnsion.-Boston Advet tiser.
War Ship's tGuns Disabled by Frost.
Up to the present we have not felt
ble to advocate the general use of elec
ic motors in place of hydraulic gear or
xiliry steam engines on boar d ship;
ut the effect of the recent frost on Her
ajesty's ship Benbow discloses a weak
oxt in hydraulic machinery which has
o parallel in electrical work. The gear
ff the heavy guns has been not only dis
bled, but has suffered such serious in
ury that it has been found necessary to
te the greater portion of it to pieces
d to forward it to the manufacturers
;r recostuctionl and repair.-Londor
Fogg (dreamily)j-d wondcr why It
that a married man pa~ys so much
ttention to women? Mrs. Fogg
[e robably thinks bccause one
oman was fool enough to b~eliere all
ee said that all other women swal
> as gospel truth everything ho
I sCity- Out i-n.~
City children snro"ld no- be al:owed
too much of the "runnin wiud" 6,1si
ness durina their summer outilin.
People have an idea that in the
country one may do anything or eat
anything with imlpunity. Laws for
healthful living op;erate as nuch
under the pines and by ? he sca as
within the city limits. but not miany
realize it. Nothers o~tn conipa ii
that they bring their children back
in the autumn thinner than when
they went away. They may do that
and still have them stronger, but
many times children are allowed to
run too incessautY. Ittakes a strong
child to thrive on continuous exer
cise, and city children are not used
to tramping up hill and down and
over rough roads and ltelds. Nake
them stretch out under the trees or
on the river bank an hour every day,
and more if you can, and they will
gain by it.
THE MOST PLEASANT WAY
Of preventing the grippe, colds, head
aches, and fevers is to use the liquid
laxative remedy Syrup of Figs, when
ever the system needs a gentle, yet
effective cleansing. To be benefite I
one must get the true remedy manu
factured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only. For.sale by all druggists in
50c and $1 bottles.
The Carrara marble quarries in
Italy are practicably inexhaustible.
About 160,000 tons of marble are an
nually exported, most of which conies
Catarrh Cannot 1o Cured
With local api-icatiols, as tiw e:tnnot renel.
the seat of t he dise:nz. Catarrh is a blood ol
constitutional disease, and in order to cure
it you mus:. take internal retmedies. Hall's
Catarrh t.ure is taken internally, and acts di
reetly on the blood and mucous surface. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by ono of the best physicians in this
country for years, and is a regilar prescription.
It iS comitposed of the best tonics known, com
bined with the best blood purifiers. acting di
.rectlv on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
rombination of the two ingredients is what
p)rodluccs such wonderftl results in curing ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHVNEY & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
In temperature New Zealand resem
bles France and North Italy, but the
humidity is considerably greater. Rapid
changes are a notable feature of the
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, softens the gums, reduces intiamma
tion. aflays Dain. cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle
Umbrellas were introduced in Amer
ica in the latter part of the eighteenth
centnry, but their use at first was con
fined almost exclusively to women.
What to Tou Take
edicine for? Because you are sick and want
to get well, or because you wish to prevent ill
ness. Then remember that Hood's Sarsaparilla
CURES all diseases caused by impure blood.
Purely vegetable-Hood's Pills-25c.
A book has been published in Lon
don givmng seven hundred and odd
different ways of cooking and serving
the humble potato.
1(arrs clover Root, the great 11.dft
ives freshness and ceamcstt. ,,upxestoa
and cures consm..C -. 50 cts., di.
It is well to remember that young
partridges havp black legs and yellow
bills. White bills and blue legs indi
Dr. Kilmer's 8 Wa Me-R O oT cures
all Kidney and Bladder troubles,
~Pamphlet and Consultation free.
Laboratory Binzhamtonl. II i.
Every Japanese soldier taking part
n the Korean campaign was vaccin
ated before being sent to the front.
A Gloomy Outlook
thatofthe dyspeptic. but his face will brIghten
then he knows that Ripans Tabules cures that
trrible disorder and will make him a cheerful
and happy man.
It is held to be gastronomic heresy
to eat any but current jelly with a
roast saddle of venison.
I believe Piso's Cure for (Consumption saved
y boy's life last sumnmer.-M11:. MLIUE DocU
LAss, LeRoy, Mlichb., Oct. b,. '9i4.
The tusks of the largest Siberian
mammoth ever dug up weighed 869
JIfafilted witn soreeyes use Dr. Isaac t'ho'np
son'sEye-water. Drugastssell at25c. pet Doctie
WATTs-I wonder how this world
will get along wvhe?' you and I have
left it? Potts-You'd better be won
derig how we'll get along.
A Louisville (Ky.) merchant adver
tises that be will give a pistol free with
every purchase in his hat and shoe
A Gentle Corrective
is what you need when your
liver becomes inactive. It's
what you get when you take
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ;
Sthey're free from the violence
and the griping that
come with the ordinary
pill. The best medical
- authorities agree that
in regulating the bowels
mild methods are pref
erable. For every de
rangement of the liver,
stomach and bowels,
these tiny, sugar coated
pills are most efiectiv'e.
They go about their
work in an easy and
natural way, and their
good lasts. Once used,
they are always in fa-n
i'or. Being composed
of the choicest, concen
trated vegetable ex
tracts, they cost much
more than other pills
found in the market,
yet from forty to forty
four are put up in each
sealed glass vial, as
sold through druggists, at the price of the
heaper made pills.
" Pleasant Pellets " cure biliousness, sick
and bilious headache, dizziness, costive
ess, or constipation, sour stomach, loss of
appetite, coated tongue, indigestion, or dys
pepsia, windy belchings,. "heart-burn,"
ain and distress after eating, and kindred
derangements of the liver, stomach and
bowels. Put up in sealed glass vials, there
fore always fresh and reliable. Whether
as a laxative, or in larger doses, as a gently
acting but searching cathiaruc, these little
'Pellets " are unequaled
As a "dinner pill," to promote digestion,
take one each day after dinner. To relieve
the distress arising from over-eating. noth
in qasone of these little "Pellets."
They are tiny, sugar-coated, anti-bilious
granules. Any child readily takes them.
Accept no substitute that may be recom
mended to be "just as good." It may be
belier for the dealer, because of paying
him a better profit, but n'e is not the one
wwho needs help.
A free sample (4 to 7 doses) on trial, is
mailed to any address, post-paid, on receipt
of name and address on postal card.
Address WORLD's DIsPENSaRY MEDICAL
AScOrIATIrN. Buffalo, N. Y.
PLATDLE SOUP MEAT.
,k Al ogh sou- meat is eteeme I n
a very nutritious food, it certain
would be more palatable at the table
sa- served with a hot or cold sauce, as
is in many well-to-do French hou!
and holds. A hot sauce, good for the so1
seo meat, or other boiled beef, is ma
ays from a cupful of stock, thickened wi
ine flour and butter rubbed together, ai
ralk seasoned with a tablespoonful of vi
ieu- egar, and salt, pepper and fine her
:h a to taste. -New York Post..
irer -7 --
I to cELERY SOUP.
Pa- Pat a veal bone to boil in one qua
bot- of water. After skimming it well p
Pe- in one pint of celery, cut up very fin
the t% o tablespoonfuls of rice, one onio
one one teaspoonful of celerysalt. Let tl
the boil until reduced to a pint. Take o
my the meat and pass the soup through
2ow colander, mashing and extracting
bot- much of the puree as possible, passii
veil the stock through it two or thr
had times. Boil a quart of milk separatel
nue rub two tablespoonfuls of flour in
Leve half a cup of butter, add this to t
boiled milk. After cooking it a fh
minutes add the milk to the cele:
as,. puree and serve at once, mixing mi
and puree well.-New York World.
One-quarter pound of macaroni, on
quarter pound of .grated cheese, on
half cup of cream, one tablespooni
of butter; salt and pepper. Break t]
macaroni in convenient lengths, put
in a two-quart kettle and nearly f
the kettle with boiling water, add
teaspoonful of salt and boil rapid
twenty-five minutes (the rapid boilii
prevents the macaroni from stickii
together), drain in a colander, th<
throw into cold water to blanch f<
ten minutes, then drain again intoC
colander. Put a layer of the maoaro:
in the bottom of a baking dish, the
a layer of chsese, then a sprinklingi
salt and pepper, then another layer <
macaroni, and so continue until all
used, having the last layer macaron
Cut the butter in small bits, distribu
them evenly over the top, add t
cream and bake until a golden brov
(about twenty minutes) ina moderate
quick oven. Serve in the dish in whi<
it was baked. -New York Telegram.
Two pounds of beef, the round, flai
or any cheap part (if there is bone '
I it, twc and a half pounds will be r
quired), one onion, two slices of cA
rot, two of turnip, two potatoes, thri
S tables:ooonfuls of flour, salt, pepp
od and a generous quart of water. C
all the fat from the meat and put it i
a stew-pan; fry gently for ten or f
teen minutes. In the meantime ci
the meat in smll pieces and seas<
-ell with salt and pepper, and th<
sprinkle over it tv o tablespoonfuls
Sflour. Cut the vegetables in very smi
to pieces and put in the pot with the fa
.. Fry them five minutes, stirring we)
2 to prevent burning. Now put in tl
&Y meat and move it about in the pot u
til it begins to brown, then add ti
quart of boiling water. Cover; let:
~boil up once, skim and set back whe:
- it will just bubble, for two and a ha
Shours. Add the potatoes cut in thi
Sslices, and one tablespoonful of flot
_which mix smooth with half a cupfl
.x of cold water, pouring about one-ti
-- of the water on the flour at first, asi
=adding the rest when perfectly smootl
Taste to - see if the stew is seasone
enough, and if it is not, add more sa
igo and pepper. Let the stew come tc
the boil again, and cook ten minutes ; the
>ur add dumplings. Cover tightly ai
he boil rapidly ten minutes longer. Mu
ick ton, lamb or veal can be cooked in th
:am manner. When veal is used, fry o
or. two slices of pork, as there will not1
to much fat on the meat. Lamb and mu
of- ton must have some of the fat pi
re- aside, as there is so much on the:
ged meats that they are otherwise vez
brer gross. -New York Ledger.
E OUSEHOWD HTs.
roi) A cloth wet in cold tea and la
across the eyes will allay infiammr
For bread and pastry have an ovi
nal that will in five minutes turn a pie
ate of paper dark brown.
be Butter put into clean pots and we
is surrounded with charcoal will ke<
rho good for twelve months.
uic- In baking bread or rolls put a sane
il- pan of boiling water into the ove:
an The steam will keep the crust smooi
en- and tender.
ms Peroxide of hydrogen will light.
obs the hair. Put a few drops into a smt
ese quantity of water and apply thoroug
are ly with a sponge.
Much of the heavy cake and bre:
nis the result of the oven door beit
dbanged when closed. Close the do
ver. as gently as possible. Nearly eve:
one opens it gently enough.
Half a dozen onions planted in ti
cellar where they can get a little ligl
will do much toward absorbing ax
r correcting the atmospheric impuritie
co- that are so apt to lurk in such place;
ter A pinch of sulphate of ammon:
1l, dropped in the water in a hyacini
al- glass just when the flower spike is ri:
od ing will make the flower6 come larg<
.de and more deeply colored than withot
n For frying always put apound
ltwo of fat in the pan. This is z
ewaste, as the same fat can be used ov4
to and over by pouring it through
en strainer into a crock kept for the pt
ice Vaseline is growing in favor as5 a
t- emolient for shoes. Take a pair
nd shoes, especially the shoes worn b
be ladies, and when they become har
m and rusty apply a coating of vasehn<
:ed rubbing well with a cloth, and il
nt leather will at once become soft az
5,. pliable and almost impervious
el' In the west of France a cord is p1
his round the neck of geese, and to th
es cord is suspended horizontally in froi
t of the breast a long and heavy stic]
ek (.oats in the same region are bridle
is --if, in deed, we may call it bridling
i exactly in the same fashion. The ol
wject in both cases is to keep the an
ewmals from passing through the hedg4
and eating the grass of neighbors.
A tree that smokes has been di
>2 covered in the Japanese village
e Ono. It is sixty feet high, and aft
!d sunset, every evening, tihe smo]
r~ issue from the ton of the trunk.
if . -
What They I
ul Biliousness indigestion
aE dyspepsia bad taste in the mout
'8 sick headache foul breath
y, bilious headache loss of appetite
when these conditions are caused I
' constipation is the most frequent <
One of the most important tlb
to learn is that constipation causes
e. sickness in the world, especially of
all be prevented. Go by the book,
it gist's, or write B. F. Allen Co., 36,
a York.. Pills, ioc. and 251c. a box,
tg Annual sales more than 6,oo<
| When You Want to look on the Bri
ie 01 A
ly Ways of a Captive Wildcat.
Everybody has heard of Nic Arend's
fildcat. The est was given Nic some
months ago, and ever since has been
living on the fat of the land. The
L ,kcook, a colored woman, at Nie's place
n feeds the cat, which has manifested a
e- great fondness for her. Wheni she ap
r- proaches the cage he purrs in the most
,e pleasant manner, but if anybody else Always
er comes about him he.~ immediately Perectly
at growls and shows his wicked locking reguiate, pu
in fangs. The cat is perfectly satisfied WAY'S IILl
f- with his home. Two or three times DiseasDiz
at his cage door has been accidenially
)n left open, but he never even walked Sick H
'3 outside to see what the rest of the
of world looked like. However, whenever Fp-n
all it occurred that the cage door was left
t- open, Nic always missed a chicken.
Li, The other day he saw the cat catch I n dig el
ie one. He simply crouched down by
1- the door and waited until the chicken,
eB oblivious of danger, came along, and
it then he shot; out his paw and had the
*e chicken by the head. After he catches
if and kills the fowl he picks all the'
a feathers off it almost as carefully as a All D jg
ir cook, and uses his-mouth in the opera- Obret
ii tion while holding the bird between diseases oft
*his paws.-'Florida Times-Union. - aur piles
.. . food, fullne
d 'sae chocking or
it Y'Jrst Mythological cnaracter- foe te ig
a Haven't you something better than and eyes, p1
mf the sun to offer me? Second Mytho- -den fluslies<
id logical Character-.What's the mnat-. sfen" os
*ter with the sun? First Mytbological r'rice25e.
is~ Character-Well-er-you know it's
it got spots on it. Send to Dl
eNew York. S
it Police Magistrate-Have you ever A
sseen the prisoner at the bar? Wit- .
y ness-Never, your nonor; but I've'
seen him when I strongly suspected
he'd been at' it. -Tit-Bits,
aSea water is said to conta~n all th. "
a oluble substances that exist on earth
se The Greatest fledical Discovery
of the Age.
:- O3%!.0 KENNEDY, of ROXBURY, MASS. All OUrsh
h ot this Letter day before yesterday. They-eu
Pena4 2'an, N. Y., Nov. 28,21894. Thefr weart
af you'r Dsoeyhas done so much Th proce o
11 teI a olytoogld t tlleveryb~ody Ifrourdeal
Li. abou~t mny case.
When I began takin:1 it. one year agc
,ladt Jrlu. 1 ha(d DYrSPEPS1A in its S O9
,a s'oist foi. 1 wcas constipated, so much
8g so as to alu-ays use injections, and I had
)I a constant PAIN in my STOMACII SO
y ard L E FT SID E. My knzees were stif,
and I could not sit doten on a :tool 0r has~ been
get downt to fix anything on the floor. Fity Yc$
l But notw ican sit, or yet dwen on my g:i.al
it knees. or do anything in w y arden. I - W
ad feel like a new person. lou must knows
~s I t.sas discouiraged, as I imtve lost tweo
sisters and an oldrr brother tceithL LIE i
STOMACHI T ROUBLE. But 1 truly e rs:evers ina
Sbelieve if they had knoten of your Iterms. SAL.E
h remedies they wcould be cll, as 1 am.
- Tou can y x up my letter to suit yourself,
~r only do publish it, that trom:en may
it know rek'at the Discouery has done for -es:
me. Yours truly, ~i
Mrs. M A RY C. AYTR E S
r Send a postai card ltr Dr. Kennedfy's book~.
aof Cod-liver Oil, with d~ypophosphites
.is a constructive food tha~t nouishies,
L cretates solid flesh, stops watn and ziv
c for al
. likeConsumption, Scrofula, Anomi, - r r:
d Colds, Sore Throat, Branchitis, Wet
- General Debility. Sois Eauuina
I. Nourishment for Babis ar
Bay only the genuine puQt up i :)
s -Ssend for pamplet oen S /
, Scott & Bowno. N. Y. All Dr-. -
Could Not Wall
Rheumatism in Hips and Ba
Eyesight Affected but flood's Sar
parilla Cures All.
"I was troubil with paina in my back
hips My e-e siled so that I could not
for two or three
at a time. I bec
so I could not v
matism had su
hold on me I ni
expected to get v
At last I decide<
try Hood's Sara
rilla. The first
ile helped my al
tite and before
second was all I
my back wvas aL g
deal better and
pains had left
hips. I have
Uirs. r.Iarion A. Burns taken over five
West Gardner, Mass. ties and I am as
ever and as free Irom rheumatism as if I
uievec been afflicted with it. I shall conti
to ue Hood's Sarsaparilla for I bel
I owe my life to its uce." fMis. 31. A. Bt
West Gardner, Mass. Take only HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, biliousi
jaundice, indigestion, sick headache. 25c.
1;1ANY eople look like 'pale
death " from ANzxIA
povprty of blood.
M's most often claused by gen
eral debility from lack of Nutri
A remedial agent of undoubt
ed efficacy is
They "put the house in ord r
by restering the digestive fune
tions. Those who use them ju
diciously are properly nourished
WALTER BAKER & CO
The Largest 3anufacturers o
PURE, HICH CRADE
COCOAS AND CHOCOLAT[
On tibs Continent, have receiv
non~ciizens. sandfo arotr. h ~u rs.oAro
. H o tica Chicane yc.a
Michgandiin nvof the Brpoig
Road, baul BAA i COCO residence,
downn thue su ov ep tan oer th a c
HAe ae& . upDbtRtconSTied
fHLw.PA overothe ooraoen dee rlroad
ticilzns m ad anr inestation wh~eas oih
itHeohiney ding h Cho e at
ad mabeash large qantt fe days
wich hen the atualmaste outre o
Mcigdan dson ofthe Big.Det
Froed bPlraes eish.reiene
Te pojec of strhe NtickyraguiCa
dowben hebtoepip nde the S.Se
emceaneed itubout t coliatedi
deah mad anms envetigatoriner wh
goease thate an swarmorerbesecadlod
cum Ith cimne uringha the hotamaat
rand made a lfafrer atity.o Whot
ich, ofhpan anthes uals irei
tene. Itrs s lu ocrlsn
Telae pro idted iaraSt.Ja
Oiasu bee deamed gainU.St Stb
eryuls Men'rosly muses thereul
rememed aoth hatcinmate, ti
deht alm ost.every'foretigherco
toes there this laoerig eely <
cdmo itbet work sadTahe feafulmah
isoveryosuch lie orer ie.kbn Wha
'ea t of soade is n his
tececortisg tl u to c ruarelsi
Encery lbre poidedountry St.aly Jaf
Olwould e armed00 aganst ofm
toubttempt Men' ules ftouref
io her ha saceias e edy m4
doxtc et woprk.ThmenauA alw
ih eos veymcwierte beak-one fee
inonthti frt of A rionjhny. a
bea 4and00 okns maeof cottonsep
yiour.n o~ank unimin uimen ofx
Theattemptur, butlz is flur has bf
isfor oodma racae has t bem
neded publie istitutio an aBrook]
:>the anby wrhte warsteve
tnoneeae ofchrg sold tohnny ctten
ehkend. cotosemae for cttns
poduced t raess ihn haftrie pest
cot f heat flour, t it everlcula1
taeetd Thenre is proucing bufndei
ctonseed cake soto filefgrd, tl
00000ibrens. ottnse flour can t
yerproedates than,000,000 pbus
ndt fgwring flour, and it ishalc ush
atseeuivae to afbrl, if roud t
would yield about 83,300,000 barr<
I we run short of wheat we need2
o hungry, for we can still fall bi
n our cotton fields. Wonderful
the cotton plant that gives us clothi:
il and food for man and beast.-N
York Mail and Express.
depression of spirits
)y constipation; and
ause of all of them.
ings for everybody
more than half the
women; and it can
free at your drug
;Canal Street, New
ght Side of Things,
Reliable. Purely Vegetable.
tasteless, elegantly coated, urge,
ify, cleanse and strengthen. RA
.,S or the cure of all disorders ot the
>wels, Kidneys, Badder, Nervons
riness, Vertigo. Costiveness, Piler
orders of the Liver.
efolowing symptoms,resulting from
2e digestive orgn: Constipation, in
illnssof bloo in the head, acidity
ach, nausea, heartburn, disgust ot
i of weight of the stomach, sour
sinking or fluttering of the heart,
sufocaing sensations when in a ly
dimness of vision, dots or webs -be
t, fever and dull pan in the head.
'perspiration, yeiwness oft te skin
in in the side, chest, limbs, and sudo
if heat, burning in. the flesh.
- of RtA DWA Y'S PILLSi will free ths
the above named disorders.
s Box. Sold by Druggistu, as
sent by mal.
.RADWAY & CO., Lock Box 3S1.
>r Book of Advice.
hJtIS THE BEST.
FIT- FOR A KINA*
*9 EXTRA FINE
n Millon People wear the
se best value for the moe.
ustom shoes In style and ft
,g qualties are unsu psed.~
ro uform,..-tamfO on solei'
;3 saved over te makes.
ir cannot supplyyouiwecan.
.FIFTY YEARS I
T HING SYRUP
ved by Millions of Mothers
s'o14et he eth n or sor
s nll paneures wind colic,and
rem'd for diarrnea.
tyive Cents a. Bote
.ke SS 00 per day sellin SILVER'?
LST ENEii; a bonanza fr dressm k
will buy send 10c for sample ant
i NOVELY CO., Salem,e ~cJersel
;EES Wii!! ALL ELSE FAUtS.
ogh syrup. Ti'ases Good. Use.
t me. Sold by druggista.
of Lime :md Soda,
mrichesi the blood,
s strength. It is