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A NURBE'S EXPERIENCE.
Backache, Pains in the Kidneys, BloatIlI
ing, Etc., Overcome.
A nurse is expected to know what Fina
to do for common ailments, and wom
en who suffer back
£h' ache, constant lan
guor, and other com
mon symptoms of Busi
k i d n e y complaint, of
should be grateful to
Mrs. Minnie Turner,
of E. B. St., Ana
darko, Okla., for N
pointing out the way Jr.,
to find quick relief. Mrs. Turner used nen'
Dean's Kidney Pills for a run-down con- rect
iltion, backache, pains in the sides and grey
kidneys, bloated limbs, etc. "The way Iea.
they have built me up is simply mar
velous," says Mrs. Turner, who is a the
nurse. "My health improved rapidly. cro
Five boxes did so much for me I am J.
telling everybody about it." the
Remember the name-Doan's. Sold the
by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ab(
VERY ENCOURAGING da:
,* Il &
Old Lady-Is there any danger? st
Iloatman-Well. mum, it don't mat- fr
ter much-the boat's insured.
Poker Finance. fl
Muse Coonley (a winner)-Gucss I11
cash in, boys. h
Abe Mokeby (also to the good)-
Guess I'll do de same. r
Jefferson Yallerby-Me too! b
Hill Bingy (the banker, a big loser)
-Well, I guess yo' each done got an
uddeh guess a-comin', gen'lmen!
'Ownin' to dis heah attempted an' un
called-to' run on de bank, de instertoo- t
tion am now suspended an' won't re
same oppyrations till de panicky feel
Ina' hab fully subsided an' de foolish
depositahbs continues doin' business as
tobmahly. And it's youah deal, Mose
Coonley!"-Illustrated Sunday Maga
The Way of It.
"But I don't love you," objected the
"Then why," howled the Indignant
youth, referring hastily to divers mem
oranda in his pocket diary, "did you
eat up a total of 65 boxes of chocolates
I bought you during the past year If
you didn't love me?"
"Because," she said, with a rapt ex
pgession on her lovely features, "I do
interchange of Opinion.
Said William's Wife-William can
sake money; but he will never be
able to save any.
Said William's Mother-That is just
What I warned my son when he want
ed to marry you.-Baltimqre Amer
'or Headache Try Hicks' Capudine,
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
erv'ous troubles, the aches are speedily
eli~eved by Capudine.. It's Liqud--pleas
mat to take--Effects immediately. 10 2
ad oe at Drug Btores.
There are $15,000,000 worth of but
eons made in this country every year,
yet lots of men use nails to connect
Iheir suspenders with their trousers.
Gossip has a thousand tongues-and
they all work overtime.
t toto r
aking it I feelsoh
Lydia E. Plkham'sho
aegetabbe Corn- oo
er f orget to tell
indswhat it has done for me.
Veeta xSO 804 East Long St.,
Colmbus Ohio. have taken
sigteaom. LydiaE. _ Vkh' etable Coege
WhCom~pom und rest during h -t
change of life. My pla
doctgod to me. or told me o t i
was good, and since art
taking it I feel sou ,
S much better that I he
camwo ar pasl ol this t
StheI hink fat for thir
a E. PTnkham's thr
egetable Comu- thu
ond a fine remedy
for all woman's
troubles, and I
ever forget to tell 1
as frends what it has done for me." to
Grs E. Ilxsox, 804 East Long St.,
Ajnother Woman Hoelped. m
Graniteville, Vt. -"I was passmi at
throughthe Changeof Life and suffer h,
Brm nervousness and other annoy fl
potoms.r Lydia E. Pinkham's adet a
titble Comaponntonwre je t oans
at to me. For the sake of other tl
dlog women I am willing b
daookI publisah y aletter. e a
Wsoamen who are passing throngh thi
aiacal period or who are salering t
from any of thos distressing ill pet
P f, r11 r to their sex shouldnotlose sight 1
r o he acth atffor thirty years L t1
wbioh is made trom roots and et
' been the standard remedy for
8 I. Inalmost every comma.
Syon wBlt Sad women who have '
abee restored to health by Lydia E.
Nbalnm'r Vegetable Compound.
MQfEST MnRGINJR jPra
Lt Finance's Crown Prince Keeps
Out of Limelight. 'Ia
o Business and Family Absorb Interest
it, of J. Pierpont's Son, on Whose the
to Shoulders Father's Responsi- Dr
r, bilities Are Being Placed. at
or New York.--.. Pierpont Morgan, Lt
aY Jr., v ho came into national promii
ed nence recently by be ing elected a di- te
m" rector of the National City bank, the ht
nd greatest financial institution in Amer- tit
ay cea. is known to his inmimates as ar
ar- "Jeck" Morgan, and does not fancy la
a the limelight. In many respects this if
ly crown prince of finance is, as James
Jm J. Hill recently said of him, "a chip offt e
the old block." In appearance he is
old the image of his father 20 years ago. a
er- "I have never been interviewed
about myself, and I do not ever intend v
to be." Mr. Morgan said the other
day. The emphasis he placed upon "
his words bore a close resemblance to t;
a prominent characteristic of another r
For five years young Morgan has t
been in training for the industrial c
branch of his father's great enter
prises under the tutelage of no less
an authority than James J. Hill. The
young man, who is a director in the
Northern Pacific Railway Company,
has studied railway finance with the
same system that he went about the
r? study of banking upon his graduation
nat- from Harvard University in 1899.
Young Morgan was born in 1867 In
New York city. Since his graduation
from Harvard lie has kept up a per
sonal interest in the institution and
he Is now one of the overseers of the
university. He began his business ca
reer in Boston, where for two years
he worked as clerk in the banking
ser) house of Peabody & Company. He
an then came to New York, and after a
men! short time spent in his father's office
un- he was admitted to a partnership In
rto- the firm of J. Plerpont Morgan & Com
t repany. He worked for six or seven
, n Qu
*r. J. Pierpont Morgan, Jr. at
years, and so diligently did he keel
his nose to the grindstone that little ri
or nothing was heard of him by the
y outside world.
Young Morgan next went to Lon
don, where he was given a member.
ship in the firm established by his
it grandfather, as Morgan & Company.
ir, He remained there for five years, al
'Ct ternating between London and Paris
in the latter city in the affairs of the y
house of Morgan, Harris & Company.
In 1904 he was permitted by his father
to return to New York city and pre.
pare for the responsibilities which
would be his when his father shall
decide he is capable of bearing the
burden. Mr. Morgan, Sr., has planned
to retire from the activities of busti
ness life just as rapidly as he can
unload the responsibility upon a
younger and sturdier pair of Morgan
shoulders. Young Morgan is a family
With his wife, formerly Miss Jane
Norton Grew, and their four children,
he lives in modest style at 231 Mad
ison avenue, occupying a house ad
joining that of his father.
His chief recreation is sailing a boat
I'S week-ends on Long Island Sound. His
30-footer, the Ibis, is one of the swift.
est craft of the New York Yacht club
fleet and is all the young man has tc
n g offer in the way of ostentatious dis
My play on the water.
0 it His father's love for literature and
ince art the son has inherited, but so far
A so he has been so absorbed in fitting
rk himself for the responsibilities the
ink father is about to unload upon him
am's that he has had no chance to gratify
Dom- these tastes and longings.
Concerning the Eskimo. Efl
The Eskimo is affable, brave and
Ikyal. He speaks a language which
is highly inflected-many primitive
peoples do-and has certain rudi co
mentary ideas of a warm and habit, of
able heaven and a cold and cheerless ro
hell. And in knowledge of ways and
means to fight cold, ice and darkness st
j and wrest subsistance from a frozen til
i desert he leads all other children of ct
r the north and south. But he lives ei
it his life in a realm of ideas incalcul.
I ably remote from civilization. Peary al
tells us of a tribe of less than 100 1
people who, cut off from their fellows a
for several generations and out of the cl
track of whalers and explorers, be. t
Ut lieved themselves to be the only inhabi. a
La tants of the world-a world of berg
' and floe, of naked rock and ,mighty c
6 glacier, of wheeling stars and qulv.
D ering aurora, of immeasurable reaches t
of ice and snow, all existing for the t
E empery of a race of a few score hu- t
man beings in a few igloos of stones i
A Frigid Proceeding.
"Did you ever hear of a cold day
"When was it?"
"When Hoke Smith of Georgia hand
ad over the state seal to 'Little Joe'
Prophet Always on Hand.
"It's the unexpected that always
"Oh, I don't know. Somebody al.
ways claims to Pave predicted it."
HAVING FUN WITH A BANKER HE
Practical Joke That Doubtless Was
More Appreciated by the Player
Than the Victim.
Councilman F. A. l)rew is fond of
playing practical jok'es on William iH.
Lee, plresident of tlhet Mer(chants-La
clede National bank. Mr. Drew was
for years a director in Mr. Lees hank.
\\hile the bankers were waging
their recent war upon prohibition, Mr.
Drew late one night rang up Mr. Lee
at his home and represented that he
was a reporter assigned to get Mr.
, Lee's views on the situation. chop
. Mr. Lee coimplained soimewhat bit- nr i
terly on being called out of bed at that
o hour of night to give an interview, but thori
'r- finally got warmed up to the subect stone
aS and for 30 minutes pictured the deso- to ru
r lation that would result in St. Louis perb
us if Missouri went dry.
es "Let me see," said Mr. DIrew at the CHI
f conclusion of the interview. "you are
is Mr. William H. Lee, whisky muan,
o. aren't you?"
ed "No," snapped Mr. Lee. "I am Mr. Spre
nd William H. Lee, the banker."
icr "Oh," said Mr. Drew, apologetically,
0on "I am very sorry, but I wanted to
to talk to Mr. Lee the whisky expert. and
ner not Mr. Lee the financier.' writ
Mr. Drew hung up the receiver before
has the explosion occurred on the other
rial end of the wire.-St. Louis Post-Di afte
ter- patch. too
Th B crag
Iny, f kid
and :. sal
ca- She Buried Her Face in Her Hans the
args Feeding Farm Hands. thi
He Every farmer's wife knows what tre'
er a mendous appetites farm hands usually
Ifice have; but while they eat well they ta
Cp in work well, too. 5 a n
S Here's a good suggestion about feed- hi
ing farm hands. Give them plenty of ir
Quaker Scotch Oats. A big dish of ut
Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and
cream or milk is the greatest break
fast in the world for a man who needs
vigor and strength for a long day's it
work. The man that eats Quaker si
Scotch Oats plentifully and often is
the man who does good work without
excessive fatigue. There is a sustain- v
ing quality in Quaker Scotch Oats not
found in other foods. and for economy k
it is at the head of the list. To meet g
needs of those in different climates li
Quaker Scotch Oats is packed in regu
lar size packages and hermetically
sealed tins; the latter for hot climates.
Would Find Use for It.
After a day and a night spent in an
swering telephone calls from people
who wanted the latest news from
Peary and Dr. Cook, the secretary of
one of the arctic clubs had retired
for a well-earned rest, when the per
sistent 'phone bell rang again. A voice
at the other end said:
e keep "Do you wvant the ambulance sent
,t little right over?"
by the "What ambulance?" roared the irate
o Lon- "Why, the one you sent for."
iember- "I sent for no ambulance.
~y his "You lie!"
The secretary gasped, then he
ar screamed into the 'phone:
Prs "Send it as soon as possible, and
o teyou come over, too, and I'll send you
,nianny back in it!"
On a Time Limitation. °d m
In spite of the reputation for latitu- enteri'
dinarianism he gained from his early atons
trial for heresy, the late Prof. Jowett wil
of Oxford was intolerant of preten- by .
tiousness and shallow conceit. One cm
self-satisfied undergraduate met the buyin
master one day. "Master," he said, "I o,
have searched everywhere in all phil
osophies, ancient and modern, and no
where do I find the evidence of a
God." "Mr. - ," replied the master.
e after a shorter pause than usual, "if grea
I you don't find a God by five o'clock mat
I this afternoon you must leave this
Guess Where She Is From. I
The head of the house had been ill
for many months, and had lost his ap. ing
i petite entirely.
"I can't seem to fix anything that
he'll enjoy and he hardly eats any- 1
thing," the mistress was saying to the thi
maid, who was a new arrival from the fin
" -That's always the way," returned dh
i8 the girl. "They're all the same, them thi
ie invalids. All they want is nothing at br
m all, and then when you bring it to tu
f them they don't eat it."
CHILDREN SHOWED IT
Effect of Their Warm Drink in the in
nd Morning. m
ve A year ago I was a wreck from 1
di coffee drinking and was on the point at
Ait of giving up iny position in the school et
ess room because of nervousness.
md "I was telling a friend about it and
ess she said, 'We drink nothing at meal si
ien time but Postum, and it is such a
01 comfort to have something we can ft
ves enjoy drinking with the children.'
cul "I was astonished that she would
ary allow the children to drink any kind of S
100 coffee, but she said Postum was the
owa most healthful drink in the world for r
the children as well as for older ones, and
be that the condition of both the children
abi and adults showed that to be a fact.
)erg "My first trial was a failure. The
chty cook boiled it four or five minutes and
luli- it tasted so fiat that I was in despair
ches byt determined to give it one more
the trial. This time we followed the direc.
hu- tions and boiled it fifteen minutes aft
ones er the boiling began. It was a decided
success and I was completely won by
its rich delicious flavour. In a short
time I noticed a decided improvement
day in my condition and kept growing bet
ter month after month, until now I am
perfectly healthy, and do my work
in the school room with ease and pleas
hand' ure. I would not return to the nerve
Joe' destroying regular coffee for any
Read the famous little "Health Claw
sic," "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs.
"There's a Reason."
Ever read the above lItt@el A ew
e apearso time to time. They
it."-' ae geaulan s a u 4 full of humu
HEALTH TOO PRECIOUS THE
"What do you mean by refusing to co('(i
chop strine wood a'fter the good din- oi t
ncher I have, give you!" .,
S"Well, lady, do highest medical anui tthet
thorities gree' dat workin' on a full tiha
stomach is injurious, an' I don't want ,
to riun any (chanc.(:; of ruinin' mue su- Si ill
perb health'." Imo
CHILD ATE CUTICURA sil
r. Spread Whole Box of It on Cracker' l
-Not the Least Injury Resulted. lot
to Cuticura Thus Proven Pure and Sweet. tih
A New York friend of Cuticura d
* "My three year old son and heir, .Iý
after being put to bed on a trip across s
the Atlantic, investigated the state- hle,
room and located a box of graham ill
crackers and a box of ('uticura Oint- ni
ment. When a search was made for I at
the box, it was found empty and the il
kid admitted that he had eaten the d,
contents of the entire box spread on P
the crackers. It cured him of a bad
cold and I don't know what else."
No more conclusive evidence could
be offered that every ingredient of Cu- ,'
ticura Ointment is absolutely pure,
sweet and harmless. If it may be
safely eaten by a young child, none but if
the most beneficial results can be ex
pected to attend its application to even
the tenderest skin or youngest infant. t
Potter D1rug & Chem. Corp., Solo 1':.,ps., Bostol.
tre. And He Suffered.
ally Little Willie, suffering from an at
hey tack of toothache, had paid his first 1
5 visit to the dentist, accompanied by
ced- his mother. Father, on his return
f of from the office that evening, was nat
1 of urally much interested.
and "Didn't it hurt?" asked father.
eak- "Sure, it hurt," replied Willie.
Beds "Weren't you scared when the dent
lay's st put you in that big chair and
aker started all those zizz-zizz-zizz things?"
Sis "'Oh, not so much."
bout "That was a brave boy. But, surely,
tain- you suffered?"
not "Of course I suffered. But I just
lomiY kept repeating over and over the
meet ! golden text we had in Sunday school
hates last Sunday."
regu- "The golden text? What was it?"
cally "Why, 'Suffer little children to come
rates. unto me,'" replied Willie, glibly. "I
kept saying that over and over to my
self, and the first thing I knew it didn't
n an- hurt any more."
Come Home, Mother. o;
Mother, dear mother, come home E. S.
from the club, and rustle some sup
per for me; 'tis time you were here
working over the grub and getting
things ready for tea. The table's not lows
set nor the teakettle boiled, the vege
tables are not prepared; no wonder prop(
my temper and feelings are roiled,
though 'tis doubtful, indeed, if you them
cared. Come home, come home, come
ho-ho-ohme! Yes, cut your symposium a rol
down a wee bit, dear mother, and
hustle right home!-Los Angeles Ex- Th
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh l
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destro the sense ot asmll Tt
and completely derange the whole system when
- entering it through the mucous surfaces. Su'-b ho
articles should never be used except on prescrlP man
tions from reputable physicians, as the damage they
t will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly to
rive from them. n ail's Catarrh Cure. manufactured
1- by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0.. contains no mer
e cury. and is taken internally, acting directly upon t
Sthe blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. in a IT
e buying Hal's Catarrh Cure be sure you get theaf
genuine. It is taken internally and made In Tol for
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testlmonalns free.
1 Sold by Drueglsts. Price. 7e5c. per bottle.
Taktc all's Family Pills for constipation s
a Repartee in the Bright Family. s
r "The newspapers are making a
if great stir about men's disinclination to
k marry," remarked Mrs. Bright. him
hs "The Bible says there are no mar
riages in heaven," commented Mr. B. mn
"And what has that to do with us?" k'ic
Bright laughed. S
ill "Perhaps they are figuring on hav- tin
aping a little heaven on earth."
tat The Thirst for Gore.
ny- Unsophisticated Onlooker--I think
,he this is a first rate place. See what a
,he fine view we have of this car coming.
Seasoned Spectator-Fine view fid
led dlesticks! Nothing ever happens on
em these straight stretches--not even a
at broken leg. Come on down to the
to turn and wait for the fun.--Puck. b
Father-You seem to look at things
the in a very different light since your
Mrs. Newly.Married Daughter--Well,
omn 1 ought to after receiving 14 lamps
int and nine caldelabra for wedding pres- m
Of Some Benefit.
and Barber-Did the bottle of hair re
storer I sold you do any good?
1e a na Customer--Yes, indeed; it kept me
can from wasting my money on any more.
old Eggs, Eggs! how to get more eggs, my
a of successful method makes hens lay twice
as many eggs summer and winter. If you
the want lots of eggs write to Mrs. K. Alley,
for New Madrid, Mo.
and When a man begins to tell a wom
dren an about his past love affairs he is
t. planning to add another to the list.
and ., matter how long your neck may )e
Bpair or how sore your throat, Hamlins Wizar'
more Oil will cure it surely and quickly. It
irecdrives out all soreness and inflammation.
Y aft- You can't tell by the size of the
cided gravestone how big the man was who
)n by lies in the grave.
short DON'T NEGLECT THAT COUGH!
ment lacertainly racks your s stem and may run into
something serious. Allen' s Lung Balsam will check
g bet- ttqukly and permanently. ForsaleatalldrUggistL
work The dog in the manger is the one
pleas- that does the most growling.
The dog in the manger is the one ~V1 I O.....N .EDcA.u... .
regardless of grammar. 'a0NMD '
that does the most growling, regardless grammar.- --- ,
.. . oauOO Of O U" . gizzly, u S helm is. U " lA ORIOLE" HIUR RESTORER.S PRIGE, $.i00, rtaiL
THE VERY SOUL OF TRAGEODYi
Recital of Wrong Calculated to Draw
Tears from the Eyes of a i
S,,me luiscre1fni, nil ell' usie(' to the
'wanlties of nat lre. and of tli' sweet
(charni evoked by the combination of
two friends, ai starry sky andl a broad
expanse of moonlit water, somIe rank
materialist w hose phlegmiatic disposi
tiOll was never stirred at a philan
throplic act, somne petty seekertl' after
gain. sOme i1 'Oglle, has stolen ti lht broad.
to (cotortable bench so fittingly placed
n. 1! the .Mulberry street wharf by IHarry
1,. .rnoid and Robert King. .\t least
t- thte Ibenchli has disappleared, a;1d all
ill that rlee'ts one's eyes upon the grel'el
ut sward are the two upright posts that
U. iisupported the back of the seat. No
I more can lovesick youth stray to its
soothing re'cesses and gaze upon1 the
silvery mnoon, regent of the night.
likening her in his ecstasy to his lady
'fail. No more, alas, can betrothed
e-r pair seek its screcy and drink the
lovelight front each other's eyes, silent
but for the words their souls speak
et. through their optics. Again, alas, no
more can melancholy philosopher, dis
nra gusted with the ways of menl, nlmean
der to its sequestered place and find
cir, c1meallnpioinshil) only in the placid,
*oss smooth running stream and the limit
ate- less universe above. In short, all the
lam Il( aslures derived froum this conve
int- I ni(ncte arel gone, antd we will here
for i after he forced to stand or to sit on
the the edge of the wharf and let 11our feet
the i dangle. -BIristol ('or. I)oylesto\\n Re
I on publican.
bad Ours and Theirs.
S ".\ play oll nlttnes tulconllSciOlisly per
ould- 1ietiat'ed by my youngest son was
oe very finny." said a Flathhush man the
bure, other day. "We live next door to a
Sfamnily named Feitenouri, and the other
ex- night while my family was busy read
e eing in the library we heard a racket
ant. on the back porch. My son went out
to investigate, and on his return my
wstofL wife, always inquisitive, asked what
had caused the noise.
a at- 'Nothin' but a couple of eats,' Jim
first told her, and then I heard her ask:
d by 'Did you see whose they were?'
eturn "'Y:ea; one was ours and the other
nat- was Fehtenour's.
Weakened by Alcohol.
Dr. Lertillon, the eminent French vi
dent- tal statistician, has shown that tuber
and culosis is twice as prevalent among
ags" the retlil liquor dealers of France as
amnong other shopkeepers. He at
urely, tributes it to the fact that the alcohol
which they handle and use all day
I just long weakens their bodies and thus
r the renders them more susceptiible to the
school I disease germ.
. . ..I ... - -agenty
Rough on Rats,unbeatableexterminator sear c
Rough e(n Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c. sorts 4
Rough on Bedbugs, Powder or Liq'd,25c. York
Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 24c. him
Rough on Roaches, Pow'd,15c.,Liq'd,2e. turn
Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. of the
Rough on Skeeters,agreeabletouse,25c. tron t
E. S. Wells, Chemist, Jersey City, N. J. I girls
Summer Conquests. "why
"Are these all photographs of fel- these
lows you have been engaged to?" famil
"No. They're the fellows who didn't ..W
propose." up ji
"What in the world do you want of ly:
e "Why: I am saving them to make in c
Sa rogues' gallery." ered,
For Colds and Gripp--Capudine. St
The best remedy for Gripp and Colds is
Hicks' Capudlne. Relieves the aching and velol
feverishness. Cures the cold--Headaches
also. It's Liquid-Effects immediately--l10,
25 and 5Oc at Drug Stores.
4 Though we should examine the
- whole world we shall not find one
P man so happy as to have nothing left
c to wish for.-Oliver Goldsmith.
It's almost as difficult for you to get
In a man to take your advice as it is
a for you to take his.
PERRY DAV'IS' PAINKIl ER ton n
has hbeen used in many fanilies fora ertions an
It is relied upon for colds, nennuragla. sciatica, loft
strains, burns, or bruises. 25c. 25c, 50c a bottle. and
to Many a man's honesty has saved
him from becoming a politician.
Constipation causes and seriously ggnvaes
. many diseaseS. It, im thoroughly cured byh Dr. ofl
9, PierceC's Pellets. Tiny sugar-coate'd granul'. re
Some men never do anything on
av- time except quit work.
__ _ _ _ ------- U1
it a ýlabperymanenl overcome
sstanceoy the wordr hy benspoale
agss ,Sxarveardley1ssy gramoat3Y aXrM
,our Mf Sennaritwichenabbiles onetolR nagu ler
wens, labits dayly sellitosksstanceto nature
ires- ma be y odually dispensed with
wmeans loner needed. Qs te best o
orne Fdies wSYl\s U P ied are to assis
` r`e- nallas,andnol to suPPlaallhen lural
me is OLBynAswlCAOI amderaDR ulTi
sore. I tl RLsAR uprc p u nshr b ent,
nwracec ov ED ta sCr
t wom o r . SVrU CO. t
ist. - -
fstion. pain ctiro S wna ct a r ao
e the The man who is not trying to make
a who the world better is casting his vote to
make it worse.
regardless of grammar.
Afraid of Ghosts
Many people are afraid of ghosts. Few people /
are afraid of germs. Yet the ghost is a fancy and / *
the germ is a fact. If the germ could he magnified |5 ;) I
to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more
terrible than any fire-hreathing dragon. Germs
can't be avoided. They are in the air we breathe,
the water we drink. - -
The germ can only prosper when the condition
of the system gives it free scope to establish it
self and develop. When thiere is a deficiency of
vital force, languor, restlesne.s, a sallow check,
a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the
sleep is broken, it is time to guard ag:ainst the germ. You can
fortify the body against all gcrmns by the u!,e of I)r. Pierce's (;old
d en Medical Discovery. It increases the Nital power, cleanses the
system of clogging impurities, enrichce. the blood, puts the stom
;t ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so
11 that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed.
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wrapper. It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine ori K~owa .
0 COMPOSITION and with a record of 40 years of cures. Accept no
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he Nervous Women
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on suffer from some for01m iof ftmale trouble, get Car'dui
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'her I highly recoimend Cardui for young and old." Try it.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
WHERE THEY LEARN ECONOMY
Matron Knew What She Was About
Wh6n She Went to Engage
Thle manager of the employment
agency was used to hearing women in
r search of maids ask applicants all
sorts of queer questions, says the New
York Tribune, but this matron made
him mildly curious. Of 14 girls in
turn she had inquired: "Have you The3
worked in a minister's family?" None
of them had. "Too bad," said the ma
tron to the manager. "None of these
* girls will do."
"May I ask," said the manager,
"why you are anxious to know it
these girls have worked in ministers
S "Why, the fact is, we're very hard
up just now," said the matron, candid
Of ly: "I want a girl who knows how to
economize, and those who have worked
in clergymen's families, I've discov- ii
ered, have learned that lesson."
Strange how a girl's ideal can de
d velop into merely her husband.
IN EAST UPLAND, TEXAS
i tns. aLddition to the thriving town olf tI'lpand,
,ti , l ated l ilnei te thienter' of the (Coul nt 'f t I'pon
and intended for the County Seat. I own
e 64,000 Acres
of lan d1 in Ipton ('ounty, and t i t s mati'r of
gl'reatl ilmportanl e to lil that this .ouil ty. sh ll
n be organizel art once, In order to
Advertise, Populate and Organize ,
UPTON COUNTY, TEXAS
I am going to
In the next thirty days
1,000 LOTS IN EAST UPLAND
Sign iiand end me the Iatachedl clllioupon
Mr. Henry M. Halff, Midland,Texas.
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