The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-????, October 05, 1906, Image 7
Cure Forjhe Blues ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED Health Fully Restored and the Joy of Life Regained. When achccrful, brave, lig-ht-hearted woman is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery, the BLUES, it is a sad picture. It is usually this way : She has been feeling' "out of sorts" for some time ; head has ached and back also ; has slept poorly, been quite nervous, and nearly fainted once or twice ; head dizzy, and heart beats very fast; then that bearing-down feeling; and during her periods she is exceed ingly despondent. Nothing pleases her. Tier doctor says : ' Cheer up : you have dyspepsia ; you will be all right soon." But she doesn't get " all right," and hope vanishes; then come the brood ing, morbid, melancholy, everlasting BLUKS. Don't wait until your sufferings have driven you to despair, with your nerves all shattered and your courage gone, but take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. See what it did for Mrs. Rosa Adams, of 819 12th Street, Louisville, Ky., niece of the late Gen eral Roger Iiunson, C.S.A. She writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: " I cannot tell you with pen and ink what Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I suffered with female troubles, extreme lassitude, 'the blues,' nervousness and that nll-eone feeling. I was advised to try Lydia E. I'iukham's Vegetable Compound, and it not only cured my femnle derangement, but it has restored me to perfect health and strength. The buoyancy of my younger days has returned, and I do not suf fer any longer with despondency, as I did be fore. "I consider Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege table. Compound a boon to sick and suffering women." IS you have come derangement of the female organism write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for advice. THE BEST CSUGH CURE When offered something else instead of Kemp's Balsam stop and consider: "Am I sure to get something as good as this best cough cure ? If not cure, what good reason is there for for taking chances in a matter that may have a direct bearing on my own or my family's health?" . v. Sold by all dealers at esc. and 50c STAND FIRM "When you luy on QJLED SUIT or SLICKER demand. H v - n It's the easiest end only way to get trie nest Sold everywhere days come to over-worked women, because of their weakened female organs, which cannot stand the vital drain that over-work causes. Pain, backache, headache, sideache, etc., can be cured with WINE OF WOMAN'S RELIEF because of the specific curative effect it has on the womanly organs. It builds up woman's strength and makes her hard days easy. "I often recommend it, in my practice among women," writes Dr. J. F. W. Metz ler, of Roaehill, Tex. Try it. At all Druggists cio WRITE lor Free Advice, stating man nnd tccrihin vour svmntoms. to Liidies Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Meuiuine (Jo., (Jnattanooga, ienn. IF YOU WANT to EARN fftGNEY hrn in votirehiiii-e. We offer tftf.VOOO In II FHIZKN fur those who secure hii tthcnplton for t he two real est niiLuii.tne dubbin oiler not the norhou, &itccfna and IVuntnn'n Home (Jmpftnin, cuch lor u full VH.ir, 1 t6; Snrcgtt, Woman's Home Companion and Heview f lirmeun, li iv.es are in addition to a lib'Ji'iil commission oo each order. T ebt clubs almost Bell themselves. Some earn 1100 a week, munjr as tiiiicb us Oim uko all your time or a f art of it. Write to-day fur particulars, before your errltorv In fnlten. to MJtXfcfiB MAUtlMt, Hi WMhlnrtM Soj. K, Hrw York CH7. BSiciriiSr Thomyson's Eye Water Ik 4p Mm mm a Mil a 4 419 6 im jirapwjwtfwim fur,1! TIM IAM CARDUI WRONG IN REVENGE PARDON IS THE ONE GREAT EN NOBLING ACT. Surely Two Wrongs Never Yet Have Made a Right Truth in Lesson Taught by Wisdom and Love. So many crimes are committed in the name of vengeance that it gives one pause and turns one back to the meaning that lies beneath the word. Once, evidently, men killed at need, and snatched at greed, and each man's idea of personal enlargement was to be a formidable power, holding out threatened injury and death to all who encroached. Civilization is a slow but sure progress toward the idea that all enlargement is by sym pathy and service, by tolerance and kindness. To return a wrong by another wrong has never by any mathematical computation made other than two wrongs in the world; they have never produced a right any more than ten persimmons can produce an apple. To imagine that a man can enrich him-; self by robbery is sheer inteliectua stultification. Whatever a man takes from another to the other's loss and detriment becomes the impoverish ment of the robber, paradoxical as it may sound, and another's suffering can never be our gain. We have but to look at the spiritual pauperism of the unrighteously rich to know this. The whole lesson of revenge was taught of old. There came to live and to teach in the world Wisdom and Love incarnate, and men, see ing the power and the beauty, and desiring all power and all beauty in their own hands, said: "Let us tor ture and kill," and this they did. And Wisdom and Love incarnate spoke and said: "They know not what they do," and passed on. The re venge is that since then Wisdom and Love supreme are without bodily form in the world, and men who- de sire it go searching, and lose them selves in mists and thicket and swamps, they stumble and fall and rise again, and hope and despair, and cry out, but "for no yearning, and no prayers, and no stretching out of arms through the centuries does the visible form become alive again. This is the great revenge, to hide in the shelter of the silence and the mystery; acts entail further acts, and we become drawn into the mesh of human intricacies and partialities. But in the far quiet there is peace for the slain while the slayer wraps about him the gray isolation of his acts, and out of his errors come the sufferings which are the birth throes of new consciousness. This is the wisdom of ages that there is no big and no little, and betrayal and fulfillment of destiny are one and the same; men do what is in them to do; they act according to the ideas that have already shaped the brute world. Hut in the future, the least and the lowest of men will know that there is but one revenge, and that is pardon. Harper's Weekly. The Fountain of Youth. "The fountain of youth, I am per suaded," said Mr. Cheerily, "springs in our own bosoms only. The mistake we make in searching for it, as we all do, is in looking for it elsewhere. "Here it is, as one might say, right under our noses, but that fact we never realize; and we all go search ing for it, near and far, as Ponce de Leon did centuries ago in Florida. "Here's the trouble, the real trouble. The fountain within ourselves, if we don't watch out, is likely to get sealed up; and it is when it ceases thus to flow that we begin to look for it else where, always more and more aimless ly, and always with increasing weari ness, for it is worry that prompts us on this vain search and that leads us always farther and farther away. "That's the secret of the whole busi ness freedom from worry; it is, worry, and worry only, that seals the true fountain and starts us on that fruitless quest. "Don't worry, and you will never have to search for it; you will discover it, springing perpetual, within your own heart the true and only foun tain." Theories as to Earthquakes. The director of the solar observa tory at Kensington in England an nounces that at the time of the San Francisco and Valparaiso earthquakes and those which occurred in 1894 the spots on the sun were at the niaxi mum of their size. It is not known that the sun spots and the earth quakes have any relation, but their si multaneous appearance has been ob served often. There is another the ory of the western earthquake, how ever, which is more simple and prob able. It is that the mountains on the western shore of the continent are slowly but constantly being forced up ward. Occasionally the upturning strata of rock slip and the result is destruction to the pities within the area of disturbance. This theory fits well with the earthquakes on the Pa cific coast. Remarkable Coincidences. Some remarkable coincidences are recorded in the case of two men, Wil liam Connolly and Patrick Cantwell, who were drowned a short time ago by the upsetting of a "float" on the Grand canal, near Tullamore, Ireland. The two men were born on the samo day 3C years ago; they were baptized in the same water; " they were drowned together in the Grand canal, and they have now been buried to gether at Rahan, King's county. CURED CF GRAVEL. Not a Single Stone Has Formed Since Using Doan's Kidney Pills. J. D. Daughtrey, music publisher, of Suffolk, Va., says: "During two or three years that I had kidney trou ble I passed about 2A pounds of gravel and sandy sediment in the urine. I haven't passed a stone since using Doan's Kidney Pills; however, and that was three years ago. I used to suffer the most acute agony during a gravel attack, and had the other usual symptoms of kidney trou ble lassitude, headache, pain in the back, urinary disorders, rheumatic pain, etc. I have a box containing 14 gravel stones that I passed, but that is not one-quarter of the whole num ber. I consider Doan's Kidney Pills a fine kidney tonic." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Nature probably backed the camel up to win the animal race. Dresses, Cloaks, Ribbons, Suits, etc., can be made to look like new with PUT !NAM FADELESS DYES. No muss. Insults proceed only from black and rancorous minds. Fielding. Don't flatter yourself that you can commit a sin without being found out. Thousands have tried it and failed. Chinese Send Much Money Home. It is calculated that Chinese living and working in other countries now send home not less than $50,000,000 annually. Cheap Excursions South. On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month the Big Four Ry. will sell ex cursion tickets to most all points in Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia at rate of one fare plus $2.00 with return limit 30 days. Liberal stopover privileges. Write I. P. Spining, General Northern Agent, Big Four Route, 238 Clark St., Chicago, for further information. Aunt Mary's "Quiet" Funeral. A dear old New England spinster, the embodiment of the timid and shrinking, passed ' away at Carlsbad, where she had gone for her health. Her nearest kinsman, a nephew, or dered the bedy sent back to be buried as was her last wish in the quiet little country churchyard. ' His sur- 1 prise can be imagined, when, on open ing the casket, he beheld, instead of the placid features of his Aunt Mary, j the majestic port of an English gen eral in mil regimentals, wnom ne re membered had chanced to die at the same time and place a3 his aunt. At once he cabled to the general's heirs, explaining the situation and requesting instructions. They came back as follows: "Give the general quiet fu neral. Aunt Mary interred to-day with full military honors, six brass bands, saluting guns BEGGAR WORE SILK HAT. Attire of Mendicant Surprised Vis itors in London. Tho visitors from the country turn ing from a London railway terminus into the street on Saturday stopped to gaze aghast at a man standing in the gutter. "Look," said one, nudging the other, "even, the b- ..gars wear 'top pers' in London!" It was true in this case, at any rate. Here was a man of about five and thirty, di-essed like a ity clerk, in a good morning coat and trousers, sound boots, clean starched shirt and collar and a well fixed tie. He was crowned with a silk hat, well, brushed and ironed. But there he was in the con ventional attitude of the curb-itona merchant, one foot on the pavement, the other in the gutter. One hand held out for sale half a dozen boxes of matches, the other invited alms. A man keeps a nice little place in the country from the profits of his pitch on the pavement in the Strand, but his workadny clothes would not fetch as much as this man's hat cost to iron. London Evening Standard. To Stain Oak Color. Dissolve five cents' worth or Drown polish in one quart of hot water, then add as much brown umber and yellow ochre as will give the shade desired by at least two applications. Apply hot, wipe of while still wet with a piece of rag, finishing in the direction of the grain. There is a method of staining and varnishing in one opera tion, but the more satisfactory way is to stain the wood first, then aprly the varnish dr polish. The colors men tioned can be purchased ground in water, in which state simply mixing them with beer or vinegar makes good stains at small cost.. By this one can tighten the sashes. Whistling. As an organ of universal benev olence, the Post would thus admonish our whistlers not to whistle in public. We do this in the spirit of the kind old Scotch divine who, having prayed for two mortal hours for everybody and everything, closed with: "And noo, let us say a guid word for the puir deil." And then he prayed for the devil. ' And that is the temper we are in when we forewarn the whistler. We shall not pray for him. Washington Post. irl!" -i : iT W mil f ffWTiiTH Hi - Fifty Years a Publisher. Frederick Hess, of San Francisco, proprietor of the California Demokrat, has been celebrating his golden jubi lee as a publisher. In September; 1856, being then IS years old, he pur chased the paper named and has been running it ever since. That he still has great confidence in the future of San Francisco is shown by the fact that although he lost his entire plant .at the time of the fire he immediately eestablished himself. Laundry work at home would be much more satisfactory if the right Starch were used. In order to get the desired stiffness, it is -usually neces sary to use so much starch that the beauty and fineness of the fabric is hidden behind a paste of varying thickness, which not enly destroys the appearance, but also affects the wear ing quality of the goods. This trouble can be entirely overcome by using De fiance Starch, as it can be applied much more thinly because of its crat er strength than other makes. Died in Westminster Abbey. Henry IV. died in Westminster Ab bey in 1413. It is claimed, tliat from that time to this no life has ended there, except that of a minister named 4hepherd, who dropped dead in the famous old sanctuary, just as he fin ished a speech, at a meeting recently held under the charmanship of the Dean of Westminster. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any 3ase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by ilall'd Catarrn Cure. m F. J. CHE5TEY & CO., Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 10 years, and believe hlin perfectly hon orable d all business transactions and financially able to carry out auy obllgatiuns made by his firm. . Waidiso. Kikban & Maevix, Wholesale Oruerglsts, Toledo. O Hall a Catarrh Cure la taken internally, actinn directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of thy system. Testimonials sent free. Price 7a cents pei bottle. Sold br all Drnczlsts. 'fake Hall's Family I'.lis fur constipation. Will Train Office Boys. ' Oleon C. ShofE, of Cleveland, has un dertaken the gigantic task of conduct ing a class for the training of office boys In the boys' department of the city's Y. M. C. A. He will teach them proper deportment and office duties. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle o CASTORTA, a Bate and euro remedy for infanta end children, and see that it Bears the Signature of Ia Use For Over SO Years. 1'ho Kind You Have Always Bought. Bernhardt's First A'merican Tour. Sarah Bernhardt made her Ameri can debut in "Adrienne Lecouvreur," at Booth's theater, New York, Novem ber 8, 1880.' The greatest cause of worry on ironing day can be removed by using Defiance Starch, which will not stick to the iron. Sold everywhere, 16 oa for 10c. Occasionally the first to propose a reform i3 the last to accept it. . Parrot Fond of Music. The parrot appreciates music more than any other of the lower creatures. Poeta and students of astronomy have a faraway look. Mrs. Winston's Sou tiling Syrup. For children tfetuuitr. softens the Kums, reuuees ln Uaininatiou aUajra pain, cures wind colic. 25ua bottle. About the dearest thing on earth Is a cheap man. "ST LA There are two classes of remedies; those of known qnal ity and which are permanently beneficial in effect, acting gently, in harmony with nature, when nature needs assist ance; and another class, composed of preparations of unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting1 tempo rarily, but injuriously, as a result of forcing1 the natural functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional of the remedies of known quality and excellence ia the ever pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California lig: Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasant syrup, in which the wholesome Califcrnian blue figs are nsed to con tribute their rich, yet delicate, fruity flavor. It is the remedy of all remedies to sweeten and refresh, and cleanse the system gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming consti pation and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active princi ples and quality are known to physicians generally, and the remedy has therefore met with their approval, as well as with the favor of many millions of well informed persons who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual experience that it is a most excellent laxative remedy. We do not claim that it will cure all manner of ills, hut recommend it for what it really represents, a laxative remedy of know quality and excellence. containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character There are two classes of purchasers; those who are. informed v as to tie quality of what they buy and the reasons for the excellence of articles of exceptional merit, and who do not lack courage to go elsewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of anv well known article; hut, unfortunately, there are some people who do not know, and who allow themselves to be imposed upon. They cannot expect its beneficial effects if they do not get the genuine remedy. To the credit of the druggists of the United States be it said that nearly all of them value their reputation for professional integrity and the good will of their customers too highly to offer imitations of the manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., and in order to buy the genuine article and to get its beneficial effects, one has only to note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig' Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package. Price, 50c. per bottle. SCIATICA Penetrates to the Spot Right on the dot. Price 25c and 50c SALESMEN We want a live, active and thoronchly experienced salesman in this locality witb sufficient money to buy outrigbt his first month's supply of oar Sim plicliy J-o w PvcMure SITollow 'Wire G-aso-Une JL.isht. A utility needed iji every store and home and fully complying with inrnimnco rules. To such a man we will srive exclusive sales rirht and guarantee to refund nionev if coods not sold in 60 id;iys. FurtherparLifii'arsonrcrqtit'sr.. TheStandard UUiett liufhfc Co.. ao JM. HiUsted St.. Chicago, IlL ICEAMj estate. VIRGINIA PARKS 6cSS!5?S!S?i5S?JE Biampa. SoaLhera Timber A Land Co.. inc., Petersburg, Viw it$W.iy'? TUC8 gs3iS2gy5 HARM. ST Defiance Starch Company, XATIVE of UALITY One size only. , L. 3-50 &3.00 Shoes BEST IN THE WORLD W.LDouglas $4 Gilt Edgs lino, cannotoeoquaueaatarjpr ce To Shoe Dealers : W. b. Douglas Job bing Honse ia the most complete in this conntry Send for Catalog SHOES FOB EVERTBOBY AT AU..P2ICES. Ken's Shoa. $5 to Sl.BO. Boys' Snc, $3 to $1.25. Woimh'3 Ejoo. S4.00 to i.60. BUaaes' & Chaldron's Etioes, $2.25 to $1.00. Try W. X.. Uatiglai Women's, Blisses anoj Children's shoes ; for style, fit ana wesj; tliey exeel otlier ni-alkesj If I could take you Into tny large factories at Brockton, Mass ..and show you how carefully VV.L. Douglas shoe are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are cf greater value than any other make. Wherever you live, you can ofetela W. L Douglas shoes. His name and price 13 stamped on tue bottom, which protects you against higb prices and Inferior shoes. Take no submit tute. Ask your dealer for W. L Douglas shoe and insist upon having them. Fast Color Eyelets used; theu wilt notawzr brasam' Write (or Illustrated Catalan of Fall Styles. . W. L. DOUGLAS, Dent. 12, Brockton, Mas, $95 nftn Hfi FOR AGENTS. Pleasant pa,JVJU.JU worK among yonr friends, frequent sales, large commissions.' and biff prizes for all. Address Oepc 12 X. 1) E. 2)ih St- N. T.Ctur. W. N. U.,- LINCOLN, NO. 40, 1906 II if Erin osoms, Collars and Cuffs LAUNT)FRSr V1TH efiance Starch sever crack nor be come brittle. They last twice as long as those laundered with other starches and give the wear er much better satisfaction. If you want yonr husband, brother or son to look dressy, to feel comfortable and to be thoroughly happy use DEFIANCE STARCH in the laundry. It is sold by all good grocers at ioc a pack age 1 6 ounces. Inferior starches sell, at the same price per package but con- ' tain only 12 ounces. Note the difference. Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE STARCH. Insist on getting it and you will never use any other brand. Omaha. Neb.