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AND INDIGESTION I Tbp Former I« Very Frequently Caused By The Other. The pnoumo-gastrlc nerve connects the stomach region directly with the brain, and when the stomach la out of order the head Is almost certain to be affected through reflex or sympathetic nervous Irritation. The headache of dyspepsia and Indi gestion Is of every variety from the dullest and least defined to the most acute pain. Sometimes the whole mass \ of the brain seems racked with an gu'sh; at others, the ache Is confined to the back or front part of the head. The luit form Is usually of a confused char acter, and Is often accompanied by dimness of vision, and a mild vertigo, or so-called "rush of blood to the head." The victims of this symptom complain of a "swimming" or "light ness" In the head, and dizziness, or a sensation of motion while the body Is still, and specks, or flashes of light be fore thp eyes. Persons subject to Indigestion and ether forms of stomach trouble are very frequent sufferers from headache, and in numerous cases a sick headache is the only noticeable symptom of Indi gestion present; In others, there are stomach manifestations ns well. —. The majority of people regard this headache as a separate disease, Instead of a symptom of stomach-disease which It usually is; and they attempt to treat It separately, and make the mistake of endeavoring to obtain re lief through the use of headache pow ders, tablets, pills and seltzers, the use of which Is extremely dangerous, many of them contain such powerful depressant drugs as ocetanilid, phen acetlne, antipyrine, caffeine, etc., wh'ch depress the heart, brain and nerve cen ters, and lower arterial pressure; and many a person with a weak heart has become dangerously 111 shortly after taking one of these headache reme dies. They also lnterfex-e with the di gestive processes, and actually moke a. the dyspepsia worse than before. In order lo get rid of the headache of indigestion—and most headaches are Caused by stomach trouble—one should endeavor to reach cause, and the headache aoon be relieved. STÜART'B DYSPEPSIA TABLETS do not cure the symptoms; they cure the cause of the headache, which per manently removes the symptoms. They digest every atom of food In the stom ach. cure all forms of stomach trou ble, and the headache, and every other disagreeable symptom and untoward effect Is quickly gotten rid of. Don't make the mistake of trying to cure your dyspeptic or nervous head ache through the use of headache pow ders .tablets, etc. good judgment, and one or two and remove the effect will Use common sense, of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, wl'l be agreeably surprised at the rap Jdby with which the headache will relieved and cured simultaneously with the rel'ef and cure of the stomach dis and you turbance. Purchase a package from your drug gist today for 60 cents, or send us your name and address, and we will forward you a trial packt go free. Ad dress F. A. S*uart Co.. 150 Stuart Build ing. Marshall, Mich. ENCUull COAL TO LAST 7369 YEAÏÏ L - WASHINGTON, Oct. 0.—Hous'ho'de s who have not yet laid In their winter c,a hud better hurry. There are only 3.064,.34. TU, 000 tons yet remain ng .n the Un.ted States, according to a report by Mr. E W. Parker of the United States Gto og leal Survey. Mr. Parker's report la 1 kely to pro-e a conservation!» -s. who "facer" for the have declared that the anthracite in th s country would be exhausted n fifty year» and the bituminous In a century. Parker states that the total p oduct on ln Î90S was 415.842.698 tons, which wou d Mr. seem to Indicate that at the present taie of consumpt on the last cinder would drep Into the ashbox some 7,3«» years hence, or along about the year 92*5. If the coal Is not a 1 gone by that lime Mr, Pa ker will be glad to exp'aln the reason to any oho who calls. , _ P. & R. RELIEF ELECTION Advieory Members Will Be Voted For November 11, on No'.tce hag been received In th's c'ty from Theodore Voorhee*. chairman of .ho advisory committee of the P.c let A socle tlon of the Phllade ph a Railway, announcing tho annual eKct on of member» to the advisory committee to for the year end.ng November 30, 1910. The elect.on will be he'd Thursday, November 11, when every member of the assoc at on will cast a tal.ot for a committeeman to represent his d.vslon. und Read ng ; -I \ . Big Class of Pythian*. Calantha Lodge. No. 28, Kn'ghta of Pythias, will nit ate a class, of abrat twenty members on the evening of Oc tober 26. The lodge, although tho young est In the city, la one of the largest In the state and the members are working hard and promise the degree team p.enty of work dur.ng tho coming term. CHILDREN SHOWED IT Effect of Their Warm Drink in the Morning. "A year ago I was a wreck from coffee drinking and was on the point of giv ing up my position In the school room because of nervousness. "I was telling a friend about it and she said. 'We drink nothing at meal time but Postum, and it is such a com fort to have something we con enjoy drinking with the children.' "I was astonished that she would al low the children to drtnk any kind of coffee, but she said Postum was the most healthful drink in the world for children os well as fur older ones, and that the condition of both the children and aduits showed that to be a fact. "My first trial was a failure. The co «k boiled It four or five minutes and it tasted so fiat that I was in despair but determined to give it one more trial. This time we followed the directions and bo.led It fifteen minutes after the balling began. It was a decided suc cess and I was completely won by Its rich delicious flavour. In a short time I noticed a decided improvement in my condition and kept growing better and better month after month, until pow I am perfectly healthy, and do my work in the school room with case end pleasure. I would not return to the nerve-destroying regular coffee for *,ny money." Bead the famous Httle "Health Clas sic," 'The Road to Wellville," In pkga "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They • re genuine, true, and full of human Interest. TRADE BOARD NEEDS JOURNAL i Members Feel That Advanta ges of State Are Not Given Sufficient PubI c.ty Spéculation Is rife ns to the succes sor of George H. McGovern as score tary of the Board of Trade. Wilmington Is gradually growing In population and the Board of Trado has increased In membership. But for u hustling, bustling Board of Trade WIN I mlngton Is behind other cities because it has no publication to send out in ox change for tho journals received from other Boards of Trade and commer- , ctal bodies. A few years ago tho Board of Trade j, Journal was a general chronicler of i Delaware's claims along manufacturing I linos as well as regarding its crops. Bui ji tho publication ceased because tho !| members failed to gtvo It the desired support. An effort was made at oho ; lime, and tho movement may bo taken up again, to have the duos of member: so arranged that $1 will be deducted as subscription to the Board of Trifle' journal. Almost dally in the local pro : and out of town papers appear Items of much Interest regarding the State Last week the city officials of New ; Castle visited West Chester, Pa., on u I street inspection tour. Tho local paper ; chronicled that fact and as New Castle's j mayor announced they were going to | have modern pavements put down a i Pennsylvania manufacturer has written ! to Mayor Boyd, of New Castle, asking J for a site for a plant that will employ sixty men the year round and turn out machinery for which there Is much de mand. Need of a Journal. It happened when the Board of Trade had Its journal published that local manufacturers received orders from for. elgn counties where the publication wag on file at the offices of the United i un.oadlng opposite Wilmington If there SUtes Consuls. It has been suggested that the socre tary could spend a few hours a day In securing data regard ng orders sent by the Delaware linns, cover the sales of farms cud monthly compile general In formation regarding crops, manufac turers, building operations, the views of the port and all business news re garding the State and Its people. Mem bers of the board Say there are rea sons why Delaware should have more I industrial plants because of its great | water facilities but these reasons must j Ijc shown to manufacturers In other places to induce them to come here. \ it Is known that time counts with the j ships that cross the Atlantic and they I could save two dayg by loading and hoi'"'»* * pier at Which to land. It is also pointed out that grain trains from the «est could also reach the pier many hours ahead of Philadelphia time, so ; It can be seen that the work of the Board of Trade Is pll ng up and that advertising of these facts regarding 1 Delaware's claims is badly needed. ■,W-/ E ! I j R N A ,T : O N sK A i ] At V Delaware D.visy.n of the Interna tlcnal Sunshine Society. Headquarters room, 715 Equitable Building; Market j and Ninth streets. i-'vdy In attendance j frvtn nine In the n^»nltjg until one In I the afternoon. Office hours of th« State President from one until two p. m.. 1 each da 9- President General. Mr». i Cynthia Westover Alden, 96 Fifth ave Colors, yellow and Motto. Have you had a kind nue. New York. White. ness shown? Pass It on. 'Twap not given to you alone, Pass It ,o. Let it travel down the year». Let It wipe another'a tears. Till in heaven the deed appear». Pass It on. Delaware Plate president. M s > Elizabeth H. Groves, 904 Van Buren street. ! j i ! j -nine Society la to Incite its member» *o the performance of kind and help i 'ul deeds, and thus bring the sunshine 1 or happiness Into tho greatest munbai bf hearts and homos. All correspond ente should be addressed to the Stal» Delaware Stete color, peacock blue. Delaware State mv'to, "We Serve.' The object of the International Sun President, Room 716. Equitable Build ing. All letters requiring an answo should contain a self-addressed stamp ed envelope. All correspondence Intended tor thin paner should oe sent not later than Monday afternoon to E. May Bacon. 13' 6 Maryland avenue. The clouds may hide the snnsh'nc Of heaven from our sight. And life have much of sorrow To mar the heart's de ight; But If 1 ke faithful sunbeam-. We children do our part We'll bring a ray of brightness To every shadowed heart. ; Then let us live our ralas'on Of sunbeams day by day And scatter Joy and br ghtness About us ail tho way. Let's chase away life's shadow? With loving thoupht and dee ' And be the sunshine makers Of which the world has need. DELAWARE BRANCH. M sa B'la Hance and Mrs. E ta Ha-ce, members of tho De aware branch, e ter talned the members Saturday aft in O'. September 25. at their home at Holly Oak. After a business raretl-g when plans tor enlarging the t ea-ury we e dis cussed, all were Inv ted out Into the spac ous lawn. There the I os-esse' 'ad arranged for our pictures to be taken and a happy group of thirty, r a ly w re quiet long enough to have th s suce s - fully done. Groups then divided, rome taking walks a'ong the road, othes chat ting and doing fancy work on the porches, end still others view ng tho grounds around the farm. At 6 o'Cock all were in vited Into the din ng room, where a de lightful supper awaited them. This wa* indeed a rare treat and a I did just ce to the viands eo amply placed before them. iAi place, Jill are in tuch sympathy. The color scheme yellew and white, was carried oat in n Informal meeting here took acuss ng Sunshine, in which all - 0 f ' 0 ms&st 4 ! D •< m â '"•MU' Jlnl-M.i,,. W ii P ?THE M. Meqary Sc Son Co. V i\ Äff M \ k % i lli II An Invitation l;0 I k k Ac \Y /A sV is most heartily given to the people of Wilmington and surrounding districts to visit our store during our vVo a si B 8 ' » \ •C Vi < II Exposition of Furniture, Carpets, Draperies and Chinaware. # You will be highly interested in viewng our magnificent display of Home Furnishings for the Fa 11 season. Never has this store or stock beien in better condition, and never have we been better able to cater to your Fall needs. Stocks are large and varied and have been selected with a view to beauty of design and permanency of construction and finish. We know you look to us to give you the newest and best, and we have spared no pains to make this Fall Opening one of great mutual interest and benefit * On Thursday, Friday and Saturday 7tti, Stil and 9fli fast. this store will be open for your inspection. Come and bring your friends with you. Examine at your leisure the splendid showing of Fine Furniture, note the careful detail in construction, the high finish and design. See the rich beauty of coloring in Carpets and Rugs. See the new Draperies and Lace Curtains for Fall—and don't forget to visit the China Department; it's particularly interesting. ! A Special Discount of 10 Per Cent will be allowed on all purchases on these Opening Days (Globe-Wernicke Sectional Bookcases and Filing Cabinets alone excepted.) Goods bought during Opening Days may be stored without extra charge and delivered to suit your convenience. Many foresighted buyers make this an occasion to select their Christmas Gifts. Music Each Evening From $ to 10 o'clock by Prof. Albert's Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Samuel Oglesby. Watch papers for program. j DOUBLE GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL CASH SALES ON OPENING DAYS ! The M, Megary & Son Co., Sixth and Talnall Streets, Wilmington (5* every detail, and this day will live In tho hearts of the Delaware Branch for many Hia i years. The next meeting wl'l be held with Mrs. Avcrrala Crossan Ba ley, at her homo in i West Grove. Saturday afte.noan, October u;. when it is hoped the branch may have the same answer to roll call, M ss G.oves, State president, will be with us on th b occasion, as she was at the lust meet. Ing. Those going will please notify M es Frances, not later than October 12. Take leav ng Springs at 2 o'c ock. our ear j A meeting of Sunflower Branch was headquarters September 27th with Dr. d. La, our held al eleven memlters present, presiding- The branch pu;po cs io ha.e Satu day. a bake at 614 Kins street on ! October 9. Friends of Sunsh i e k ndly ro 1 member a contr.butlon; a'sa come with and any art.cles of e'eth househo'd goods for the rummage Sunflower Branch your patronage Ing or I sa e. October 23 and 24 i knows of a good home for a g rl from fourteen years of age where she twelve to will be wel taken care of and sent to school. If any one knows of a gl 1 need home. call D. and A. Phone, 991A. SUNSHINE WAYS Have just received a letter from a lady ing a please do not forget the bake. / Were there no etorms on life** path would cease to love sunshine. way we * complimenting us on tho good work uur society Is doing, and a-klng what steps she shall take to become a member. Thl» I very gratifying to us. who are trying lo do a good work. Trying to make llvts brighter and better, trying to disperse gloom with sunshine; tiylng to bring smiles to faces that wear lines of care; trying to Inc te others to the performance of kind and helpful deeds; try ng to love our no ghbor as ourselves ; try.ng a'ways lo be cheerful and to have a he p. g word for one In trcub o; trying to always do the thing that Is needed when It s needed; try ng to fill the wcrld-ca l of the International Sunshine Soc.ety that of "Be good cheerfu'ly In all th i g ; do good cheerfully to al people; help us be-t you can to make life be 1 er. worth *iv.. g f or everybody." able Build ng. HELPING OTHERS. Women and girls wanting work, either restaurants w.ll In a good home or n p'ease call at headquarters. No. 715 Equii Some unknown Sunshine friend left some jelly on our desk one morning ih s week for which we would .ike to say 'thank you." It makes our hearts g ad lo seo the Jelly com.ng in for we ant cl pato the smiles we sba.l rece ve ihL win ter from pale, thin faces, when on visit ing rounds, wo say: '*Oh' by the way, I some friends sent Sunshine some Jelly an | fail " Ild 1 have brought a glass of It for j you, Hope you will'enjoy it." If you will not be able to carry Jelly ( think you to the poor sick ones this winter, send It to us now and we will distribute it for yeu. __ • • • Aga n we have to make an appeal for Infants' clothing an, for c oiblng for snta.l children. A man called at head quarteis ast week and ask,d for shoe« for a child two yeais old. If you have any such c othlng you are Ke ping a d away, please let u» have It to pass on. CYNTHIA HELPERS BRANCH. The Cynthia He pens Branch will hold a rumage tale at the W. C. T. U. looms, West Eighth street on Tue d»y and Wed nesday, October 12 and 13. Any art c e» of c.othing or housiho d goods w.ll it k d y received and sent for by ca I ng U. and A, 4429D. Mrs. Harry Hacke.t. 604 N. Harr son street. The In-as-much Branch held its reg ular truer.ng this week, five new mem bers were added. It wa, decided to hold a bake, at an ear y da e. Anyo .e wl. h Ing to contribute bread, ca a, p e or Jet e* cord al y Invited to . end tame ro h home of Mrs. White. 417 Madnon str el Wo trust all friends reca I that the object of the In as-uiuch branch. Is to g.ve sunshine to the tubercular poor. In their own home, and believe that a response to any re quest from us will be gladly offered. • • • Mrs. Charles L. Thompson, 1701 Penusjl ■. i ■ "Sunshlners" and the r van'a avenue entertained the West End French, at her home last Thursday even ing In honor of her baby glr. Mar.orle Chandler Thompson. A delightfully pleas ant oven.ng was spent. The favor», a box of candy In shape of tho world with a Ut ile baby girl dressed In fur sltt ng on th< lid, with the insciiptlon, "we do not caro who d «covered the North Pole, eo wo discovered our baby girl" we,o very cun ning and made sp end d souvenirs. Mrs. Edwin Halrs.be. 1-3 r ennsyh an a avenue, win give a social and mas Oui at ner borne on Thursday evening n xi. au inUsion 15c. M sa Jennie Weaver will give a Nove ty Pair at the West End Htai.ng Ko. in ne aller part of October, cate not yet set. We wish all Sunshlners to make note of the date Of the qua ter.y rn.el-ng -t the Rest Room on October 22, ai d k ep this date open. Business of Impur anue will be transacted, annual election o. of ficer* • • • All comfort bags for the sai'ors on the halt eship De'awara should be compbt d and at headquarters by October It, os ,he box conta nlng the comfort bags will be sent away October 14. If your bag has not yet been sent In please make an effort to have It In by tho Uth eo that only one ( shipment need be made. Shot Himself in Hand. Warren J. Hagen, aged 2* years, of No. 826 Monroe street, accidentally hot himself yesterday afternoon whit« •leaning a revolver. The bullet pene rated h'a hand, and he had to go to •he Delaware Hospital to have It re moved. Indispensable.— There are some slm >le remedies tndispensab'e In every amlly. Among these, tho experience it years assures us, should be rec <d d Perry Day's' Painkiller. For bo h nternal and external appllcrtlon wo tavo found It of great value; e«pe ■lally can we recommend It for co da. rheumatism, or fresh wounds.—Chris tian Era. Superfluous Hair jean be removed In a few j witnout any trouble or annoyance by Miner's Depilatory Powder > Full directions In each pack«**. Price, 5« Ccnh. MILLER DRUG CO* 40449« Market St. : > '