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Entirely Recovered From Illness,
And Now Growing Stronger
Each Day.
Cavo Springs, Ga.?"I Bleep better
than ever," writes Mrs. Kato Cook
trom this place, "and get stronger
fevery day. Before I tried Cardui, the
woman's tonic, I was very sick, and
the doctor's medicine did me no good.
I can never speak too highly of your
Sleeplessness and nervousness,
from which many women suffer, often
make living unendurable.
If you aro ailing, no need to stay
Ro. Most of the ailments peculiar to
women aro preventable, curable.
Others have obtained relief by taking
Cardul. Why not you?
tiaruul is a popular medicine with
women. It is popular because it has
been found to banish nervousness, relieve
pain, bring roses back to pal?
checks, and strength to weak bodies.
Cartful acts specifically on the cause
oT most female ills, and thus It is a
medi< ine especially useful in women's
aliments, in the treatment of which it
has a record of over GO years of success.
At least it can ?ln you no harm, to
Five Cardul a fair trial.
I# mu v Vni * ;
..v. vu-j mvuiLiue you
CJef. a bottle today.
Tf. B.? Writs tt>; I,r>i1ir??' Advisory *">opt.,
Chattanooga Mo<lloiiu? On., Chattanooga,
Tonn., for Stf' ? ?/ Instructions, tllld 04piK?
book. "IIonv> Treatment for Wornfcn,"
sent In plain wrapper on request.
IlifesT ^~l
X ill
. Landlady?Dear me! What a peicullar
odor! It smells like a piece of
ibumlinr rubber.
Sarciv-sUc Boarder?Perhaps. The i
trooV lias dropped a piece of tlio steak
on the Btove.
Old Pete's Little Joke.
Foolish questions and funny answers
with under discussion in tho
Trv nUiu nvenue and Dauphin strc.it ;
police station the other day, and after
listening for a while to some amusing
.. ijstancea. Sergeant McCay told the '
"Old I'ete Flood was the attendant
fn the Franklin cemetery some Years
,ago. and it becamo the custom to ask
him how business was, Just to hear
|his reply. It came in a heavy bass j
' 'Ain't burled a living soul today.'" j
?Philadelphia Times.
Acme of Cautiousness.
Seymour?Young Ticer looks like a
cautious iimii.
Ashley -He is cautious; he's so canVlous
that he wouldn't ask the prettiest
girl in all the world to let him
nee her Homo unle < he ha l It iriu <1
how far away she liv< <1
Good Humor and Cheerfulness From
Right Food and Drink.
Anything that Interferes wif!i goo(|
health lb ant to k?*?*i? cheerfulness ami
good humor In the background. A
Washington lady found that letting
coffee alone mado things bright for
her. Sh?> writes:
"Four years ago I was practically
given ujt by my doctor and was not expected
to live long. My nervous
tern wft3 in !? bad condition
"Hut I was young anil did not want
to die so I began to look about for tho
' au.se of my chronic trouble. I used to
uurc ii'-i viiun fJii'llH Willi II wmilll CXhaust
me and after each spoil it would
takn mo days before I could sit tip in a
"I became convinced my trouble was
caused by coffee. ) decided to ntop it
and bought ^otne J'ostuni.
'The first cup, which I made according
lo directions, had a soothing effect
on my nerves and I liked tlie taste.
for a time l ?Parly lived on I'ostuiri
and ate littlo food besides. I am today
a healthy woman.
"My family and relatives wonder If
I ain tho ?ame person 1 was four years
ago, when I could do no work on account
of nervousness. Now I am dofug
my own housework, take care of
two bables--on? twenty the other two
months old. 1 am so busy that 1 hardly
get ti/no to write a letter, yet I do
It all with tho cheerfulness and good
humor that cornea from enjoying good
"I toll my frlonda It la to Poatum I
owo my life today."
Head "Tho Uoad t<\ Wollvlllo," In
"pkfCH. "Thcro'K a Reason."
f Kc?r rem1 the* above Irtlerf A ?fw
?>nr npppHra front llmr to ttm?. 'I'hff
err granlnr, true, ?nd full of huntaa
110 Trapplst monastery of Oeth- \
Isemane, twelve miles from i
Iiearddtown, Ky.. is especially |
Interesting now because of the J
exoulslon of the religious or !
tiers from Portugal and their lnnnlnent
expulsion froui Spain, which will
drive many of them to seek refuge In
this country. The expulsion of the religious
orders from France a few j
years ago sent many monks and nuns t
n? /Miirnca and Kngland and resulted !
in thu establishment of monastoriea :
and convents in various places. The |
members of the Trappist order are
pledged to silence for tlio remainder 1
f)f tli<?ir days. It is the Order of the ;
Silent FJrotln rhood.
Tin; abbey of (ieth.semane is a self
sustaining institution. Everything its i
monks require is raised or made on |
the 2,000 ficres of beautiful Kentucky j
farm rnnnli'v tlm? on.-.- i
J vii Uk n\il t UU1IU.1 lilt? IIIUII ,
asterv. Anil not only aro they forbid- j
den to speak to anyone, but they are
not allowed to read anything except ;
tho oil! books In the monastery library.
Kven letters or newspapers are not
allowed to enter the silent place. It i
Is doubtful if three men in the abbey i
know the name of the president of the :
United States or the uoverimr <if U'..n
tucky. All tend'r and sympathetic
emotions which in (his lift* visit the j
human heart are suppressed. The
deaths of nearest and dearest re I a
tives are never announc< ri tthem. ,
Forgotten by the world, they them !
selves forget the world.
Among their number are many men
of distinguished career;, man\ who
have borne titl"s. A once celebrated
operatle tenor died among the moni;
a few years ago The son of the
founder of the famous Sunnvhrool; dls
...i ? -
mi*, i- mm r>tjtinikii i~? (i n<>:iriy Halt <i
million in loss than a your, la a mom
bor of tho order. A farimT who .1 rnv
tho writer over to tho monastory from
Hardstown, and who knows more
about tho monks than anyone tho
country round, polnt< <1 out tho former
Count do Bourbon, Itaron do Sauinur
and O car Haehstotz as they loft tho
ijato. There aro many ot'nors, equally
, important 111 tlieir early days, in this
i living tomb.
! The only rooms In the abbey that
are eomfortahly furnished are th<?
I If?r :i r > and the ahhot'ri apnitmeiit All
tin oth< r room8 art* perfectly hare
j except for wooilen tables and chairs
Hh l itihlicni inscriptions on the wails.
There Is a must* odor that seems to
pervade everything, and It is a great
relief to K''t out Into the monastery
'garden with Its geometrical flower
beds ami shrines. The most attrac
, five li-li-f r.t llw. !. I. r.
I .... Ml VIK <i i /1 jr 1.1 nil 6vU'fl/
acn-s of land, which consists of wood
ed hills, fields where hundn <ls of cat
tl?> nii'l some of flic finest farm
lug country in the state of Kentucky
j The Trapplsts uro good farmers. They
f also make fine butter nnd elieeno,
Rome of which Is sold In the markets
I of I^ini vtlle
I Kcvv visiters cn to I !< ! l>?r>mo m. m?v
more. Hnr<lHto\vn, the lu-arcai town,
\ _
n* xttt nrri
li i-,K_
is twelve miles away, making a visit
a rather difficult task. Years ago,
when James Lane Allen wrote "The
white Cowl," his descriptions of the
abbey brought many visitors there
from all over the United States, but
today the monastery Is almost forgott<
n by the outside world. When the
members of the order die they are
laid to rest In the little cemetery outside
the monastery walls. There the
original founders of the abbey are
Tin* abbey owes Its direct origin to
the abbey of La Mellleraye, in the
department of Loire-Inferieure, France.
The abbot of the latter institution
made an arrangement with tin- French
government back in the early forties J
to lay the foundation for a monastery
of their order on property situated on
the Island of Martinique, Riven to
A Trapplst Farmer.
Htrm by I.ouls Philippe. After Iho !
lovnfall it the monarchy the original
I>!. !! was abandoned in favor of a colony
iii the I'nltod States, and this was
< tal)!l- lied : t (SetliHeinane in 1X48.
'ir ippist order was founded in
tln? twi'ifth century. Iloton, count ??f
I'cvche, built the abhey of Notrn
1 >;i1111 ib' la Maison I>1 u do hi Trittmn
in lit) at Ko'lxnyda Trappe. a village
of Haute l'< relic, department of tho
(>rni?, named ha Trappe after the nar
row gorgo which forms Its entrance,
c mipiirahle to a trap door. During
lii" middle ages the monastery was
captured nnd pillaged many tlmcB, and
It was not until the middle of the
scveileenth century that tho order
wat put on i firm hauls and spread to
'other lands. I'ntil Napoleon became
emperor of France their order prospered.
Me was not In sympathy with
them. and he confiscated their prop
I erty and expelled them from the eoun
| A visit to the latter abbey Ih like
| KtcpHng back a thousand yoars into
1 tln> past. There Is another famrnis
rrappiKt monastery at Oca, a fow
, from Montreal, Canada.
123 vby'
Driim-Rmi SVira
Oh, I lovo to hear the thrum nnd tho
rumble of tho drum
When the (Ifes nre shrilly sin^ln^ and the
mnrchliiK soldiers come.
For I think of how tho beat has been
timing trudging feet
ThrouKh tho years that nre forRotton,
over path and road and street.
All the legions of the past, armies small
and armies vast.
Trod the meiisiiri' r?f Hrnmlinni
the dice of war were cast.
And the rattle and the roll wake ail echo
in my soul.
Wake a war sour front the nges when
men fared to slory'a goal.
As a word is cauRht and flunp on ttio
breezes from the toiiKUP,
So the shouting sonj? of warcfare l?y tlie
thrumming drum is bimik.
And tlie shouts of days of yoro that once
swept tho plain and shore
Are re-echoed and re-echoed in the vibrant
roll and roar.
And the hlood within my veins races on
until it pains,
While the ancient sons of battle In Its
cadence ebbs and wanes.
And I know now why It was men could
perish Tor a cnuso.
Why they cli?>>] niton the altar for their
precepts and their laws.
IIo, a thousand thousand feet have gone
marchlnK to Its heat;
That has rolled across tho valleys In the
cold and In tho heat;
Men have Kone from home and hearth,
from their Ki'lef uiul from their
When the drum sent forth Its summons
for the country of their birth.
And I cannot tell you why, but a tear Is
In my eye
When I see tho flashing beauty of Old
Glory In tho sky.
As I hear the throb and tliruin and tho
rumble of tho drum
When tho flfos are singing shrilly and
the innrehlnK soldiers eotne.
As It Will Be.
"I know it sounds unkind," remarks
tho man with the uncertain eye, "But
1 shall be glad when there are no old
inhabitants left to t<-Il us about how
they remember shooting deer where
the honrt nf it'? - "
v<> vii? * n.? I Hi W I IS.
"Well," observes tin* mnn with the
false shirt front, "when that day arrives
tlu-ro will be an entirely new
lot of old inhabitants who will remember
tho days when the original old inhabitants
told about those deer being
The Wise Maiden.
"I simply will not quarrel with any
of my beaux until after Christmas,"
counties the Hist damsel.
"Well, that idea is exploded," assorts
the second. "Of course, if yon
don't quarrel with them, they will
send the usual remembrance on Christmas,
but don't you sen, if you do quarrel,
then they'll send twice as beautiful
a gift as a peace offering?"
"I bought a new clock the other
day," observes lie jiggers, and had It
si-i up in 1110 mill. That very evening
my wife ami I went for a short walk,
iiikI when wo returned wo found the
clock "
"('.one," interjects tho finish-other
people's-rcniarkw person.
'Not quite," explains HeJIggors.
"Hut we found it going."
His Object.
"I'm going to give the neighbors'
little boy a drum and a trumpet for
ChrisliniiH" n:il?l Mm inm>
"Mercy," exclaimod his wife. "Why.
you are always complaining about ihi>
noise; from over tliero since the (laughter
began taking music lessons."
"1 know. Hut maybe the boy will
drown out the piano."
K'MII I" 11 il V i - Wiliormoioi)
for dinner," prldefully annoiinres t 1mlittle
boy to the little Kill In the next
; yard.
"Well, we've pot one ordered," re;
plies the little girl, stoutly.
"Wore goln' to have ours disordered!"
Just So.
When n man tells you ho wants to
<;ay something tc? you "as a friend"
you Uacw br is going to criticlao yov.
in a waj your enemy would not at
6 xa.
Cn??AJiU? IV
in. nci tc 5 rayurue ri
It the beat of all medicine* for th<
disorders and weakness?* peculiar to
only preparation of its kind devised bj
ated physician?an experienced and !
the diseases of women.
It It a safe medicine in any oonditlc
THE ONE REMEDY which oont
and no injurious habit-forming d
urcntcs no craving for such stimu
THE ONE REMEDY so good t
are not afraid to print Its erer
from the young lady ho was calling
on (he other evening."
"What was it?"
"She found looking at the clock and
other familiar ilovtcno * " -1?
. V.V, ? .^v,i .lOi-r. on, OU Milt?
ordered some refreshments and her
mother sent her a plate of breakfast
euro nay possible ease of DISTEMPER,
PINK EYE, ami the like among horses
of nil ages, and prevents all others in the
Eanie stable from having the disease. Also
cures chieken cholera, nnd dog distemper.
Any good druggist can supply you, or send
to mfrs. 50 cents nnd $1.00 a bottle. Agents
wanted. Free book. Spoilt) Medical Co.,
Spec. Contagious Diseases, Goshen, Ind.
To Put It Mildly.
"They say he has a swelled head."
"I must admit tlmt tw> ao?mo ?? >
predate himself very much."
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervous Troubles, Caputline will relieve you.
It's liquid?pleiinHnt to take?aota lmmedlHoly.
Try It. 10o., S5o.. uud 50 ccuts ut drug
"George," said her husband's wife,
' I don't helievo you have smoked one
of those cigars I gave you on your
That's right, my dear," replied his
wife's husband. "I'm going to keep
theni until our Willie wants to learn
to smoke."
Mrs. Farmer?Say, did you say you
wasn't goln' to do no work for dat
Boston Hillings?Ah! nta'am, I assure
you the double negative is a
solecism r?fe never been guilty of.
MIV TUIO r~r\rt nnrnii itiah
1*11/v i mo run nriDUMA I iblVl
Easily Prepared and Inexpensive and |
Really Does the Work, Says
Noted Authority.
Thousands of men and women who j
have felt tho siing and torture of that
dread disease, Rheumatism, which Is
no respecter of age, persons, Hex,
color or rank, will bo interested to
know thnt. it is one of the easiest afflictions
of the human body to conquer.
Medical science has proven it
not a distinct disease in itself, but a I
svnintnill rJlllKf'il liv InnrMivn Uidnnva
Rheumatism is nri<' acid in tho blood
and other waste products of the system
which should bo filtered and
strained out in the form of urine. The
function of tiie kidneys is to sift these
poisons and acids out and keep the
blood clean and pure. The kidneys
however, are of sponge-like substance,
the holes or pores of which will sometimes,
either from overwork, cold or
IM I unit! VHJKKI-U, iinu lulling I
in their function of eliminating three
poisons from tho blood, thoy remain
In tho veins, decompose and settling
about the joints and muscles, cause i
the untold suffering and pain of rheumatism
and backache, often producing
complications (if bladder and urinary
disease, and general weakness.
The following simple prescription is
snid to relievo tho worst cases of
rheumatism beoanso of Its direct action
upon the blood find kidneys, relieving,
too, the most severe forms of
lilndflnr nnrl nrlnorv im..!,!
Rxtract Dandelion, one-half ounce;
Compound Kargon, ono ounce; Compound
Syrup Sarflaparilla, three
ouncen. Mix by Rhaking well In a bottle
and tako In teaBpoonful dosen after
oarh meal and at bedtime. The Ingredients
ran be bad from any proscription
pbarmaey, and nro absolutely
harmless and safe to uso at any time.
caon ouisiao Dottle "Wrapper an
truthfulnos9 ol the same under o
It is sold by medicine dealers everyr
get it. Don't take a substitute of unk
known composition. No counterfeit is
who says something elso is "just as go
or is trying to dcceive you for bis own i
trusted. Ho is trifling with your mo
may be your life itself. See that you g
niDFUA i
LUIlLlin ...
ML ! (old by D?i
An Unmistakable Hint.
"Young Stavlate got a delicate hint
* ' '
' .'V
rescription . m
> cure o! diseases, \gc)
women. It is the
/ a regularly tfradu- Wr
killed specialist la ~?5
>n of the system.
tain* no alcohol 'HP^HrL'
rugs and rrhioh
h?t its maker* r~ gfi |S^
j ingredient on Q j I)
d attest to the JH'
khcro, and any dealer who hasn't it can
mown composition for this mcdicine ol?
as good as the genuine and the druggist
od as Dr. Pierco's" is cither mistaken
selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be
?t priceless possession?your health?
et what you ask for.
/Vill Keep Your
soft as a glove
tough as a wire
black as a coal,
ilere Everywhere
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v-? ?
lis great succcss brought out many
imitations, but
Snowdrift Hoplcss Lard
has snowed them all under I
Snowdrift is made ol highly reJined
cotton seed oil and bee) Lai. It it the moil
economical shortening you could select, goes
one-third further than lard, and in contrast
with hog grease, is absolutely hcallhlul in
result and elleet. It produces the most
beautilul pastries and delicacies, and is as
.2.1 L... I ? i ?
in as uuiict iur trying, II LI so'.d by Irailiiig
progressive dealers everywhere. Be
sure to call lor Snowdrift Hostess
lAird, and emphasize the lad that yoa
will not tolerate substitution. Made by
The Southern Cotton Oil Co.
New York New Orleans
Savannah A-l Chicago
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
I Nice time* In ten when the lirer u right tha
?tora?ch and bowcli arq tight.
o^ntlvKitt firmttf rAm.
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You start sickness by mistreating nature
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take a CASCARKT tonight. Better in
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CASCARKTS loe n box for n week'#
treatment, nil dru^glm* Highest seller
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I from Lombard Iron Work*, Augu- I
I ta, G?. Make money sawing neigh- I
I bor'a timber when gin engine i* idle I
I aftar the crops are Inid by.
a rtrilTO wani.wi in errry town. AnopporAI?r*lM
1 X tiinlty lo i?rn big mutiny. Kxolusire
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