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II I'. I.i ik. l'nlilishrr. JACKSON MlSSOl 1J1 Advice to those about to butt !n! Don't. The- Jnpn took one look at Secretary Taft'K phynlcal proportions und order ed whale for dinner. ror.sltily the man who Pint mohs to the New York capitalists Is merely another kind of reformer. "Treat children like plants," ay the Washington Tost. That's right straighten 'em with n stick. Are we to understand that the pro fessors have landed on the solar plex us of the nebular hWthesls? If the Tapnart's have to quit the army there will be nothing left for them but to enter New York society. Itussla's new legislative body Is re ferred to by tho czar as a gosudar Ktvcnnaia douina. Oh, but be must be mad! It Is siciilnrant that no person has succeeded in stealing John P. Rock efeller's socks while be is bathing in the morning dew. Roy Knalienschue, the airship man. Is described by a New York paper an "a married man with n family of little ones." Little airships? Another aeronaut has succeeded in giving an entirely stiperlluons demon stration of the truth that the law of gravity Is still working. A Chicagoan who claims that he is "a perfect getrleinan'' has been fined $.".ip for Itiiilng. KvMently the judge mistook li i in for a "gent." Kthil Itarryniore Is to be married to a poet, but not solely, we an given to understand, because she d en ires to have a genius in t!,e family. Well. ,Jii iter has got another moon. This makes the seventh. There Is a race between I i rri and Sa'uni now One more and tin y will be even. King Alfonso was mixed up in an other automobile aeeidi nl a day or two ami. II.- seems to have quit get ting engaged to be married, though. King I.nipnld and Cant. Putnam Traillee S'nmg an- lm:h ;er Ir.a o'lt of print, so we must ad i.it tlinl things might he in u li wo!c tliaii lliey are. "Woe unto them." ei lalmi' I I. alah, "that trust, in chariot!-.. hcrjiu--e tle-r are many!" Kyi u in l-aiah's time p r baps, tin? people hud to dodge them. Iird Curon's resli-turion Is report ed to have ini-rease-l Ki'ele ner's pn s tige In India. Sir Kedvi-rs liuib r is worry ir.g :i ! us u; ih .-e days without any pn stive. "Can lim is I, now too une-h?" asks the New Yi fk Time:;. IVrhai s they can. hill ii i.s tf tin 1:1 will ah'e w ithout linn h trouble to e. tahlisli their inn ne". The New York Toti-'-s cc.'erer is nilnc Nan nil lor the r 1 urn ol a r:ihhi''s b.ot. He will ir'. ii.pt to prove jm va'ue by showinir thai Nan esrapi d coinietion by a hare. It mii-iil be siihl of the FegMSUS whirl) A'.l'ied Au-tin riiii s that it "nl ki ran." Cliai h .-ton News and Cour ier. Move to amend: "Also trb d to fly." Sia:i-i:i- .show that I"". ,1 "Havana" ei-ar- ware ma 1. ul'ae! m 1 d In the I'niiid S1.1t s la-t ear. S one thil g good - and i-I.eah mui-t he pr. vi ied for campaign sinoi.ing and elec t.ion I 1 is. Itailway com paiiii s are hi I'iiinlng to al'deh 1 1: . - a::.- liniii In hiring men to work for them. They have found, oddly enough, that some if their ei-i-plnyes hi collie mole a!uahle as. I'eey grow older. While ryinpa'hling with Mark Twain in his sui'fi rines from the gout, it ii'it iva' s oi.e's distre.-s of eilnd to some iaIi lit to li ne ia f 1'iat Mai k must have I. a ! a good time while he was gi 1 1 ing It . Injunctions have l"en secured to re strain 1 'Ts f'om crowing, i'ov.1 from haii.Mig a:.d the tolling of la lis and 'hi loo'ii.g .f loi-iimo' ' whistles at nli-ht In M an:' V-'inon. N. Y. Why are tie Mount Yi 1111111 cats thus fa vored? A Chi -agi) mnn : nd H w ife have found tie ir way In'o the divorce court ln-e:iii:-e both wanted to occupy ope chair Iti fore tiny were married one chair W"'l' '. t a- e be- it 1 et h li'l It train:" t! at a f- v.- words !,. a preach r shotiM mal.e audi a difference. A I a'roiie I':, i lui'ch has In 1 n ills rui". 4 I" ' i' 1 j" he pa. .tor l,is-ed a pret'y girl. It" dispatclu s say the pretty girls of the c-nigregai Ion are Ktanditg n the pi aeluT. C.ness wla in 'ho homelv -:.in-ters and the lont-whi.-l-ered old elders are Chi cago Ui euiil -Herald. Ar '-'oi, a ;jfl .4 I Is too hat! that Its dd-'iuv shi th' ' e locked up ulth that of I ' Create- s'at.' of N v Mexico. Jt .i : 1. i'i- but tie 11 Arl'ona wants to r. t In so bud llt.it she can enduro LeiUL- nil out Champion Tract Distributer, A. E. Eccles of Chorlcy, England, who baa Just celebrated his seventy fifth birthday, claims to bo the cham pion tract distributer of the world. Ha has circulated no fewer than 40, 000,000 publications relating to tem perance, hygiene, politics and religion. Ths Philosophy of Folly. "Never Judge a man's Income by his clothes," said the philosopher of folly. "The wise man reserves his opinion on this point until be has seen bis wife's clothes." Cleveland Leader. Pioneer Railroading Days. In the pioneer days of railroading It was sometimes necessary for the conductor to run forward over the roofs of the cars to shout orders to the engineer. Traveling at nigbt was generally avoided, though one road adopted the expedient of running ahead of the locomotive a flat car oaded with sand, on which a bonfire was kept burning as a headlight. DISFIGURING HUMOR. Brushed Scales from Face Like Pow der Doctor Said Lady Would Be Disfigured for Life Cuticura Works Wonders. "I suffered with eczema all over my body. My face was covered; my eye brows came nut. I had tried three doctors, but did not get any better. I then went to another doctor. He thought my face would be marked for life, but my brother In-law told me to get Cuticura. I washed with Cuticura Soap, applied Cuticura Ointment, and took Cuticura Resolvent as directed. I could brush the scales off my face like powder. Now my face Is Just as clean as It ever was. Mrs. Emma White. 641 Cherrier Place, Camden, N. J., April 26. '(15." An Authority. "The fellow that says a harking dog never bites," remarked tho busy flea, as he changed his position on the canine's back, "doesn't know what he's talking about!" Yonkurs States man. Those Who Have Tried It will use no ether. lcllanei Cold Wa ter Starnh has tin equal In Quantity or Quality lii nz. fur p) cents. Other brands contain onlv 12 e.z. Learning One's Faults. A wise old man was In the habit of nay Ing that one of the chief purposes of matrimony was that thus a man and a woman gain a counselor whoso duty and privilege it is to Inform nnd admonish concerning personal fall ings. Everybody should cherish some confidential friend to whom one can go und nay, "Teil me of my faults," nnd then take the bitter dose manful ly, und try to profit by it Exchai ge. First Mention of Cigars. In the "Distresses and Advi ntnr"S of John Ceckhuin" (London, 1710), tho earliest mention of cigars occurs. Cockhurn was put on a desert Island in the bay of Honduras, swam to the mainland and traveled thence on foot to Torto Hello, a distance of 2, Cm) miles. He appears to have met some friars, w ho gave him some sei gars to smoke, which they supposed would bu vl ry acceptable." A Scriptural Truth. Two clergymen were driving In a cab to the station, and wi re in some anxiety list they should miss their train. One of them pulled out hii watch and discovered it had steppe. I. "How annoying!" he exclaimed, "and I always put such faith in that watch." "In a case like this," answered tho other, "good works would evidently have answered tho purpose better." Dutch Sailor Named Cape Horn. Cape Horn was to naiU'M by Spun ten, a Dutih sailor, who ftiSt "doubled It," Irmii the name of hi j blrlhphice, Hoorue, a villan' in the Zm ler Zee. HUNtSf HH l sl,.N. Works with Himself First. It Is a miMake to un.-ume that phy sicians are always kl.cpilcal as to tho ourative propel tiii of anylhing else than drugs. Indeed, tho bel t doctors are those who seek to lies! with as l .ile uso of drugs as possible and by the us of correct foml and drink. A hysl clan writes from Calif, to tell la w he made a well man of himself Willi Nature's remedy; "ltefore I camo from Europe, where. I was born." he says, "It was my cus tom to take coffee with milk (cafe an bill) wlili iny morning in ul, a small cup (caf( noir) after my dinner and two or thri-e additional small cups at my club during tho ov aing. "In time nervous ny mptonis devel oped, wilh pains In the cardiac ri glon, and accompanied by great depression of spirits, despondency- In brief, "tho bines!" I at first tried medlelnef!, but pot no relief and at last realized that all my troubles were caused by coffee. 1 thereupon unit i's use forth with, substituting Englitli llreakfast Tea. "The tea seemed to help me at first, but In time ilie old distressing symp toms rei'iineii, and I ipiit it al-o, and iried to use milk for my tahlo bev erage. This I was compelled however to abandon speedily, for, while It re lieved tlie nervousness Boiiiewiiiit, It brought on constipation. Then by a happy Inspiration I was led to try ti. i I'tiK'um Knot! Coftee. This was some mouths ago and I still use It. I am no longer nervous, nor do I suffer from the pains about tho heart, while my "hliii'V have left mo and life Is bright to me once more. 1 know that leaving off roffee nnd using 1'ostum healed me, and I malic it a rule to Idvlso my patients to use it." Name given by l'uhiuiu Co., llattle Cteek, Mich. ".cere's a reason. LESSON TWO nl.IiKN TRXT. The nnifel of the him, and dellvrreth tlum-Tna. 24.7. fonr I. The Circumstances. Daniel, the wise rr.un, after many years of unre corded usefulness or of retirement to private life, is now an old man of eighty or ninety years, again brought into political prominence by the same guiding providence. Three great cab inet officers were placed over the one hundred and twenty provinces, and of these Daniel was the chief. Hut the higher one climbs the fiercer the storms, and Daniel felt their full force. He was a Jew, a for clgnei. exalted over natives, who wanted the place, on nccount of bin native force of personality and strong character. What right had be to be placed over them? Daniel's character wa3 a perpetual reproof. They were tired of neing his good deeds and bearing his praise. He stood in the way of their dishonest gains. Whosoever does well, and Is faith ful and true, where others are dishon est and false, 11111-t expect to be op posed and hated. II. The Conspiracy Against Daniel. Ys. 4'.i. Having made up their minds to put Daniel out of the way the other officers devised two plans. Tie first plan was to find some w run. :i!oing mi Haulers part, of w hich to accuse him lo the king. "They scruiinlzeil his com'uet through the lo en micrcseope of malice," but failed to find ary fault. This plan wan a complete failure. The second pian wis based on Dan iel's iili known religious convictions. Tiny 1 1 rstiad. d the King to make a deer, e that no me should ask any fa vor of (bid or of man. except of the king himself, for 11 tv.nti'li. on penalty of In ing thrown into the den of lions. They knew that Paniil wa necus ton a d 10 pray lo his dm!, and from his character ihov jmlgi d that 1:0 decree and no dang- r could soip him. This deli e .-1 1 1 . -: 1 1 1 1 to 1 lit- king's vanity ai:n -1 If conci it, and he doubtless iiiii.eii.i d 111 area1 harm cou'd come Iron! it, and that l.e would not enforce it. It was a kind of Joke, a pit ce of i'iiii. "a I'i' ak of humor." III. Daniel Kaithful and True. V. !-i. "Now." beiti r "And" "even." "v.i'iii Hat hi kin v.- that tho writing '. as : U-IH i." in.-ci iln d, made penita 1 lit a ; an ollicial I'oeumiiit. Daniel knew Uiai li.- was wail ing amid "many II. many d'to M ai a snare." but the no difference. He behind n.e, Satan." It e done to swerve a He co"H have prayed know! (let th, e 1 1:0: Pa . I.leail'h in s-etii. 111.1I been hi aid by (bid, but !!':! course Would IlllVe III I 11 It public nitil'ii-lui! of want of fa I th In (!od, ami of y hiding to the iie.uy. He would s iv as Ni henilah said to She ll!:, 'all. "Should inch n man its I lice?" i Ni li. (': 111. Daniel made no show of his religion, but simply went on his il.ii'.' atli of lie. as if no such order I in' h. . 11 aiM . A t'a'l'ire. or i veil a .in I 'a nil I's p. a rt would 1-! i ons i fleet on the IV- a ir.-. I .e I .ni 'li. lis I l.l.i I" ill li 1,1 -ipb-s Of tile cMle.s. A man tien had t .ft die a ihou '.: than lo f titer and fall. being open . . . 'Wind. tor aid tow a r:l Jerusalem." "With his face I. ru a letii , the si a t of 1 he li in io Jehovah was peculiarly all altitude !till observed by 1 !. , win l i i.i .1. all hailll'teil ir fa i om r In- world; as all Mo- in in the same way, turn in prayer low aids Mecca. y iiagogue. and in every In vi i iln I' Iv.ay a mark In tin din el ion of the holy I'rav ing toward ,le- ll:! t : ikle. a: w.i. rot an act of supers': lull an aid to lieMi'.ion. "Kneeled 'It. n hi- l ines." A lilting attitude for Me ray it, inu ring ike spirit of i. lion, "Three linn s a day." Like ! : altiiist I 1'sa. .": IT). V. he did a i'oi i t itne. ' I !e simply ie no chair.'e in bis habits and "II i.id l'.ol Haunt his nor co,;- ih 1 1 r.viiy . Moo a hair', (ice. i:o lie in 'iil- no paiaiie or his Vaclan n. tha' Daniel hi i ad: ll I'i om In silale bu 'did not deviate his u:m:J prae a moment what - counsel of con- lo do. When we lake sell i ce onl woi'ib rf'illy in ol consult y. the load is generally plain, li is lite bringing i r a I tons of expediency and pet.-oiial advantage that introduces hc w tillering eoiuph xi li s. IV. The Trap Sprung I'pon Daniel Vs. 111.".. 11. "Then these men." The irincis who had planned Ilie plol, "a-S' iitl I- !" to know the facts per Mil;. illy, and make the proof coniiileic. II. nun: heard Daniel pray, 'they caire mar'' to the king, "Hast ih'iu mil signed'.''' They Mrs I ret the king to commit himself to their posi tion. Tlnn they spring their trijji. "The law of tile Meiles al'll I'l'I'slllllS v lii. b alter. ill not " "To alter ll woill b. lor iln king a confession of 1.1' i'iliiy ami, tin ivf , an a'. nega tion of godhead!" I''arrar. II!. The bailers weie now sure of tlulr cn: e. -! ery door of escape was film: ng:i:n-l Daniel. They bad simply to an: om e to the king tiial Daniel was j;iil. 1,1 "The king . . . was sore displease labored till the go ing down of the sun lo deliver him." Hut lie failed on account of the unal terable law. "Vet the slrcnuous ac tion which he afterwards adopted --hows that he might, even then, have acted on tin- prlneip'e w filch the Magi laid down to Canibyses, sou of Cyrus, that 'the king can do no wrong ' There Ecctns to be r.o reason why he should OCTOBER 8. lird encampt th round about them that not have told these "tumultuous prlnres that If they interfered with Dntilel they should be flung Into the llona' den. This would probably have altered their opinion as to pressing the roynl Infallibility of irreversible decrees." Karrar. 15. Every effort of the king was met by the statement that the inter dict was unalierable. "A strong man would have crashed through the cob webs, but this 'god' was a weak man." V. Daniel in the Lion's Den. Vs. lfi lS. 16. "They brought Daniel, nnd cast him into tho den of lions." This was according to Oriental custom on the evening of the game day. The story of the den of lions Is strictly In keeping with Babylonian usagis. Can on Tristram says. "Lions, which though nil but extinct in India, and absolutely so In oilier parts of Asia, are still common In ltubylon and Per sia, were kept In the parks of great princes as part of their estate." The den was probably an open pit, sur rounded with a high wall, connected with a cave or covered enclosure. "Thy Cod . . . ho will deliver thee." The king knew so much of what fjod l.-nl dene for Daniel In the past, that he encouraged himself and Daniel by the hope of deliverance. He felt sure that Coil would not forsake so faithful a servant. I". "Stone . . . laid upon tho mouth of the den." The mouth was the door through which the animals were put Into the den. "A great stone is still an ordinary way of securing a doorway In the East, as we know It was for closing tombs." "Sealed it wilh his own signet.", "If the access lo the lions' din was arranged like that of a sepiilchi r. a bar would be fixed across the front of the. stone, fasti lied to either side of the doorway by thongs, the knotting of which was sealed wilh wax stamped with a sg in t." Tristram. "Ai d with the sig net of bis lords." So that neither party could tamper with it. lx. The king spent n miserable night, "fasting" either as an appeal to his god. or In cailM' he w as too sad to eat. "Neiiln r were Instruments i t inusick," or, as in margin, "dancing glrfe." He refused his accui-toir.ei! pleasures, as too discordant with his sorrow. VI. The Signal Dell vera nee. V: . r.i-2.1. Hi. "The king arose very early ." Literally, in the dawn, in the first glimmer of light. 2n. "Cried wi'h a lamentah!-' voi ." l-'ull of grief and anxiety . "Servant of the living Cod." The Cue who Is the source of life, a personal living being. "Whom thou serves' continually." In all places and el--cumstaiicoR. lie was no Intermit ten Christian. Only such a servant o! Cod lias any right to expert Cod's di liveriince and help in time of need. L'2. Daniel answ red from the den. "My Cod hath sent his inigel." As one like the Son of Cod was in tki fiery furnace with the three whom Nebuchadnezzar had cast into the Humes. "So Danb 1 had company In the den of lions." "No mti-ic nor glad ness in Hie palace, hut ci U si in I jey In the intercourse bctwoV Daniel and the angel in the den." Tay lor. Daniel dins not say whether the angel was visible or not. The winds and the lightning are Cod's angels ac cording to the psaln.i-t. "Ilul It is probable that he v.Vis visible to Dai: lei as a manifest token of the favor ami protection of Cod." I'll. "And no manner of hurt wa found upon bliu. because he believed (had trusted) 111 his Cod." Cod Ucv er fails those who trust in him. Note that there are two ways of de llv ranee. 1. There Is sometimes imniedlati relief from persecution and death, iv In tho case of Daniel, and the three, men in the (lory furnace, and Peter it prison lb Jerusalem, and Paul and Si las In Phllippl. 2. On the other hand, efpially good men were not delivered In that way -a long lh;t of prophets, many of the apostles, John the Ilapllst, James, Sle phen and Christ himself. One of tho strangest things, as we look over tin past centuries, and trace the history of Coil's people. Is the vision of :r many persecuted ones, so many of th prophets and saints suffering as mar tyrs. The sky Is full of these shinliu, stars. Were not these delivered too. and gloriously, because their death wrought more for the cause they loved than a longer life could have done? The fires that burned Ridley and IJilluier lighted nil England, at thi y fori s iw, and did more for re llglous freedom ami truth in the world than a hundred years of life could have done. We, with our narrow vis. Ion, cannot tell what is the best an swer to our prayers, whether long life, or an early heavenly crown; whether victory or defeat thnl brings larger victory: win (her bodily relief, or spir itual gifts; whether the bitter cup re moved, or, as In Christ's case, drained to the dregs, bringing salvation to the world; whether Paul's thorn be re moved, or grace given to bear It; win tiler the answer conies In this life, or the next. The need of more Daniels Is press ing on every side, men who shall say to Ilie world, to politics, to business, what Is reported lo be u saying of N.ipob oil's. "My I'ominlon ends vJen that of conscience begins." Tumors Conquered i Without Operations Unqualified Success of Lydla PinKham'a Vegetable Compound In Cases of Mrs. Fox. and Miss Adams. One of the jrrentest trtnmphsof Lydla E. l'inkhaiu's Vepetablo Compound Is the conquering of woman's dread enemy. Tumor. So-called " wanderlnjf pains' may tome from Its curly stages, or the pres ence of danger may be made manifest by excessive me nstruntlon accompanied by unusual pain extending from the ovaries down the irroiii and thighs. If you have mysterious )wins, if there are indications of InHuinmution ulcera tion or displacement, don't wait for time tn confirm your fs-ar and go through the horrors of n hospital opera tion; secure Lvdia K. Pinkhain's Vege table Compound right awiiv and begin Its use iiikI write Mrs. l'iukhuui of Lynn. Mass., for advice. Head these strong letters from grate ful women who have been cured: Dear Mr. I'lnkhsm: (First letter.) ' In looking ov.-r your book I .ns-thi.t vour medicine cur.-s Tiitnorof th t'tcms. I have been to a dni'toraud he telis net 1 have a tu mor. I will 1m mare than graU'ful if you cull help mi, ns I do so div i-l an osrntiim." Kiimiio 1). Km. 7 Chestnut St., Bradford, I'a. Dear Mm. Pinkhnm: (Skv-nnd Letter.) "I takf th" liU'i-t v to rnu grata hit you on th suihs-si 1 kuo hail with your wonderful lui-hi-in. "Kiirliteen mnntln nan my monthlies stopissl. (shortly nfn-r I fi-lt bs tlyl mil miiteit ton tliortmgli tnn..iiiitiui bv a phy sician, mid was told that I liml n tumor m the uti'ius and would luivo to undiig.i an oi'ratlia. " 1 soon after rosd cno of your advertise ment mi l diilded to glvn Lv.bn H. Pink- bnui' b Vegetable Ciiir.p' .und n ial. After liiig Hve bott!s ns dins-tisl, uie tumor Ih entirely gone, 1 lmv9 ai;ntn lKn examined I Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comyound W. L. Douglas 3&'3SHOESfh?n W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edgo Line cannot bo equalled at any prlco. iecii.i4, vt T..V.J " W.L.naVGLAS MA HIS AND FTI IS Mf)itr MFN'K SA.fM i-NOrS THAU AMY O J HE ft MANUFACTURER. $111 finn PfWAR0totftynhoeM $ I UjUUU ditffovs thU tiatement. W. I.. I)ouKi $.1.50 shor have bv their ct cellrnt l Ie. easy fitting, and urrrfnr wcarlnjr qualllle. achieved the larfrrat vale of any J.t.50 hue In the world. Ihey are JuM mm rikhI aa thme that cmt you $5.00 lo $7.(o the only dlllerencc It the price. If I could take ou Into mv lactnry at HrtKMon, Mat., the mrc In thj world under one roof making men's fine ahoe, and how vou the core with which every pair of Oouglas ehora is made, you wtnild reallre why V. I.. uueki4 $.1.50 ihoce are the beat ahitc prnduceO In the world. n I could allow you the difference between the fthoee made In mv factory and those of other makes, you would undrfrtnnd why Iron tie $.1.50 ehoee cmt more to make, why they hold their shape, fit better, wear tonirer, and are ol greater Intrinsic value than any other $J.50 hoe on the market to-Uay, V. L. Douoiam Stroma tVexto &hmm fei Men, til.&U, Boy' So horn I A Or SHvmm.fl.BU, 01.76,01,60 CAUTION. Inelut npon Iit1p W. JlMtif Ifut miioc4. ink no tuhtltiite. Num (fnuluo it limit hit uutue hdJ i ice aiampesi on bottom. WAN'TFI). A nli0(!ealrinvrytnwn where W. I.. l.Mik'H(i hhHs arn imt -,, Foil llti of (tnipls nt froti ttr limpe-'tlon iijMin reque. fatt Color yelti used; thry w'lt not wtur brastg. Writ f- r IllufriifNl Catalog of Full Hrta a XV. 1.. inn il.As, Itrmktou, Ma. AN 0PENIN6 FOR YOU. Ther la an nprninjr for you In tha Routhwrst; so N there for an energetic, wulf-uwultn man. The Suthwet ta la nerd of N iTMINO hut enerpetic men to develop It wonderful reourrea. Ttiera are vast areua ot unfmproel land la Indian Territory. Oklahoma and Texaa, ainng the line of the M. K. A T. li ail way only waiting for men like you to make them yield the wonderful orupnof wbioh they aro cnpuble. There are hundred of low in w he re new bun I neat-e A K E At 'Tl. ALLY KKKPEU. To make them auiveaarul, you have only to otaljUsa thrui ami ue onltnary bualnesa Judg ment In conducting them. There are opeotnga for milla and manufacturing plaiiia,mHll atorea, newvlerrt. lumber yard ft and many other branrbea of irovie. The oil and gits fit-Ids of KanKua, Indian Territory and Oklahoma are new and ofT wonderful oiiportunillnu for flevel opinent. We aro in pottHOtort of all aorta of Information, valuable alike to the Investor and homeaceker. If you are Intcrrated, tell u wfcut you want, how iniH'h you have to invent and we will gladly furnUh the Information. Write to day for a copy uf our book. "The Com ing Country. It'a free. Addreaa GEORGE MORTON, G. P. ft T. A., Boi Bit ST. tOUtS, M0. WANTED Knn-l'ntnn I 'nmiM.klUir. lie .1X1 per week, U-hour I riiiT. I ao urn good two- Iblrdflrs 4 t VNrtM OKEAT Iblrden 4 apprentleee aUo. Hientlv work. Ul Blm Street, 8b Louis, Me. (Kr) ij July . 1-7. :i7 Jf-T by the. physician and hs says I bars no sign of a tumor now. It has also brought my monthlies around one more; and I aia iMitindy wU. I shall never Iw without a hot tin of Lydia I'lnkliam's Vegetable Compound latliB houo." Kaunlo U. Koi, Uradford, Pa. Another Case, of Tumor (lured by Lyillii 12 I'lukhaiu'ft Vegeta ble Compound. Dear Mm. I'lnlilmm: " About three yen in ape I had Intense pain In my stomach, with craniM and raging headaches. The doctor prescribed for me, but finding that I did not get any better he exaniiiuxl inn and, to my surprise, declared I had a tumor In the uterus. "I felt Mini Unit It meant my death warrant, and was very disheartened. I sent hundreds of dollars in doctoring, but the tumor kept growing, till the doctor Kind that nothing bub an O)crut!oti would save uie. Fortunately I ciirreHiMindiil with mv mint in the New l'".hg aml States, who advised inetotry Lydia R. 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