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A USEFUL QUALITY.
-This watch of mine is absolutely
"That la a great idea. It will not
hurt the works when you 'soak 1L."
A Protection Against the Heat.
When you begin to think it's a per
sonal matter between you and the sun
to see which Is the hotter, buy your
self a glass or a bottle of Coca-Cola.
It Is cooling relieves fatigue and
quenches the thirst. Wholesome as
the purest water and lots nicer to
drink. At soda fountains and car
bonated in bottles r.c everywhere.
Send 2c stamp for booklet "The Truth
About Coca Cola" and the Coca-Cola
Baseball Record Book for 1910. The
latter contains the famous poem
"Casey At The Hat." records, schedules
for both leagues, and other valuable
baseball information compiled by au
thorities. Address The Coca-Cola Co.,
According to Her Count.
"Yes." said the young wife; "Philip
and 1 have livd together a whole
yar. and we've never had the sllght---t
"What are you talking about! You
and Philip were married seven years
"To b sure we were, but you forget
that he's a traveling salesman."
W n!W One Hundrrd Dollars neward for any
tuv : atarrh that canuut ts cuntl ty UiUl.
(.alarm I ur-
F J rilPNTV CO Toledo. O.
Wr. th" undenlctml. bar known F. J. Ctirney
for tlie last 15 M-ars. ami Ix-liric him er!rctly licm
rit In all t.i!jei transartlons anil fliianrlxUf
able to cxrr out uny ollf-atloi made ly bis firm.
UiU'lNU. IvISVAN A MHIV.
hulrsale Urusclsts. Toledo. O.
Hall' Catarrh Oire Is taken internalir. actlne
airertiv ti!m the .Kd and mucous eurlirr cif ih
rysteni. Itlnwnla'n nnt tree. I'rlco 7i ceaU jmi
bottle. 8M liy ail Irur"tMl
lake Jli.;i l'amlly V'Xa lor romtlsatloa.
Miss A. had on a skirt of delicate
fawn color, which the others coveted.
"Do beijueath that skirt to me. Miss
A ." said one friend ; "it matches a
waist of mine exactly."
"I don't see what you want of this
old sknt." Miss A. replied. "It's on iti
laM. legs now." Success Magazine.
Important to IVIotncrs
Fxamuio carvlully every Lottie of
rASTOHIA.aafeands.ure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In Vsc For Over :$! Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought,
"It's a shame." commented the
friend of the restaurant proprietor.
"What's a shame?" asked the res
taurant man in surprise.
"Why. that you should gh'e that
pretty waitress all the tough steaks
for the patrons at her table."
"Oh. 1 pay her extra for that. You
we she Is so pretty not one man
-.ould kirk if the steaks were bo
tough they pulled his teeth ouu"
Why He Whitewashed.
A country doctor tells a story of a
man who moved into a dilapidated old
cottage, and was found by the doctor
busily whitewashing it inside and out,
"I'm glad to see you making this old
place so nice anil neat." said the physi
cian, "it's been an evesore in the
neighborhood for years. Tain't
nothing to me about eyesores." was
the reply. "The last couple what lived
here had twins three times, and I hope
whitewash is a good disinfectant. Ye
bee we've got ton children."
Honored by the Governor.
Effusive compliments have been
paid to Governor Marshall many
times, but it remained for an old Irist
woman to cap the climax.
The governor met her at a funera
which he attended the other clay and
she was full of reverence for the Indl
"Ah." she said, "an" 'tis the guv"
nor." and she swallowed up the gov
ernor's slim right hand In her owr
right hand, made large and musculat
bv many days of toll. "Yis. "tis the
guv'nor. an" It's g'.ad 1 am to see ye
guv'nor. an Indade the corpse is hon
ored by your prlslnce." Iudianapolli
with strawberries and cream.
A delightful combination
that strongly appeals to the
The crip, fluffy bits have
a distinctive flavour and aie
ready to serve from the
package without cooking.
"The Memory Lingers"
Popular pkg. 10c
Family size, 15c
Postum Cereal Co.. Ltd.
Battle Creek. Mich.
THING OF SEALS
Old Circus Man Tells How Tricks
Balancing the Ball, Beating the Drum
and Cymbals Are All Based on
the "Nature of the
Xpw York. The mere spectator
usually thinks that trained seals are
the finest product of the circus me
nagerie; but according to an old
trainer. It Is a simple trick to teach
them their feats. The cardinal prin
ciple Is, not to attempt to make an
animal do anything contrary to th.
nature of Its particular species. Tc J
be successful, then, the trainer must j
know enough about the habits of the :
animals to enable him to fit the tricks (
to their needs. He must not try tc
make an elephant climb or a lion plav
"You begin with one seal, a lot ol
little nieces of fish, and a bit ol
string. You let the seal sit on his ,
iiPiPt.nl. whlrli he likes to do hv na- ,
l-----""- "- --- .
ture; then you throw him one of the
pieces of fish, and he naturally and
easily catches It.
"Next you tie a piece of fish on the
end of your string, and swing it to
ward the seal, he catches that, too.
and von keep moving away from him.
and "swinging the reward to him from
, . .. . ,. .. I
ready to begin with the hat or cornu-
copla; placing and tying a bit of the ,
fish up in the tip of it. you toss It to
the seal. He is dextrous by nature.
and his nose, detecting the fish up In
the cone, quickly seeks It, He bites
it out and tosses the cone aside. He
fore long he comes to associate that
cone with his loved fish, and be will
catch any number of similar ones.
and toss them aside when he falls to J
find what he wants. That's all there
Is to the trick, you see.
"Balancing the big rubber ball Is
based on the same principle. The
ball Is snaked In fishy brine, and
thrown to the seal. He gets the odor
and tries his best to get into the ball
and find what he's after. This re
pults in his balancing the ball on his
nose, a feat for which his quickness.
Seal In Balancing,
his supple, muscular neck and his
natural feeding habits are all adapted. '
and then he gets his piece of fish as !
a prize. i
"The man working with seals
I thinks to himself, 'What else do seals
j do naturally. And the answer comes. I
'They like to slap and beat round with
their front flippers." Here is the basis I
for a good and effecth'e trick. Down
I on the side of the pedestal on which
the seal is placed, an automobile horn
is fastened, or a little drum, or a tin
pan. The seal. In the excitement of
being fed. slaps with his flipper for
all he's worth, and you can see that
with a few simple adaptations, such
as tying a cymbal to the flipper, for
instance, a seal band Is assembled and
I sets the audience wild by its comic
and clever performance.
"It's all so simple, you know when
you ure on the inside."
A MODEL FOR SMALL MIMICS
Parents Must Remember That Young
sters Are Usually Observing
Few parents realize the value of
mimicry In keeping a home peaceful.
As the mother or lather Is, so is the
If mother snaps, whines or sneers.
bo will small Willy and Hetty; if fa
ther is given to storming or swearing
he has no right to punish his young
son for similar bad language or un
Don't you believe children's disposi
tions are subject to mimicry? Note
the way they talk and act some day
when you are particularly in 1 table j
and show It In voice and manner.
Hi fore the day is over lt will be
surprising if Willy and Hetty are not.
copying exactly your frown, your
cross answers, and your general bad
Don't feel it your duty to punish the
children for your bad example. Try
the effect of studiously setting them a
good model to copy.
If mother laughs when things go j
wrong, the youngsters will laugh, too New Idea Reduces to Minimum Ob
Try the laughing cure for household! jectionable Fulness at the
j friction. It is a wonderful lubricator
of the home life.
I Imparting a Lessen.
, tan JacK. out or tne corner oi my head are iu favor as j others the
j oyo I saw jou looking at me wl.cn the jjUttonhoies snow. The chief objec
. j r.Mch.-r pave out the text. "A new tJon ,s .hp fulnes3 at the waistline.
1 conrran.lment i give un.o you. mat y?
love one another.
i Jack "Yes. ami you ownt oiusn me Thl3 givcs an unuroken line of em
least bit, . broidery. One has the lower part ad
1 Xan Certainly not. "Love one an J jupte(i lo the band at the waistline.
1 nrr" Ic o CTnornl fnmma?iil If if .. ... . f.ui, r ,.
, .w.. 4. . t,....
i had luen "that ye love each other" I
ani not sure, bu you btop that, right
Looked the Part.
"This suburb speaks for Itself.' ;de
clarcd the real estate agent. "People
are simply crazy to purchase houses
"Umpb!" grunted the prospective
victim, gazing doubtfully about the
dreary road. '! beller. that"
Chat on Interesting Topics of Many Kinds, by
a Recognized Authority
For July Fourth.
It does not seem possible that our
greatest of national holidays is again
so close at band.
All during this week and next, so
rial functions may carry out patriotic
features. As the "glorious Fourth"
comes on Monday, celebrating goes
on both "before and after." much to
Uie small boy's delight.
Several card clubs are planning Tor
military euchre. Sets may be pur-
chased, and consist of large flagpoles
with holes in them to bold the little
flags. It Is. however, quite Impossible
to make your own. In this case a fort
may be made for each tab'.e with a
dish or a small bright tin pan filled
r.t. j -.-. r . . j l
m- "-a '" imui-u w
-ad of the table being numbered, and
the tally cards have on them the
names of the forts, four or six bear
ing the same name. This, of course,
will depend upon whether the game
Is four or six handed euchre.
The tally cards are drawn and when
l"c - "u i.. .u. tuj, t.u
? sefe which two or three shall hold
the fort. Then It does not matter
,1. ..i.. A...1 .t.Ar r... v.A.. ..."
; who wins, the two or three drawing
the lot to progress must go on until
i they again reach their own fort, when
they are permitted to hold It and the
original holders progress.
The winners of each game at each
table are given a small flag which
they carry back and plant on their own
fort. When the games are finished
the fort having the most flags wins,
so four or six prizes must be pro
vided, one for each player at that
particular fort. The military colors
and idea should be carried out as far
as possible in the refreshments and
whatever decorations may be used,
lied, white and blue are not difficult
colors to obtain in anything but flow
ers, where the blue fails, if neither
corn flowers nor forget-me-nots are
obtainable. Crepe paper or ribbon may
Ice cream may be served in balls"
piled up to represent cannon balls,
with a tiny silk flag waving from the
top of each ball.
Fourth of July Tangle Party.
Next Monday will be the time for
this amusing party, for which all the
favors and prizes will be of a patriotic
character. The shops are full of nov-
LL-WHITE. and also black and
white effects will be adopted
generally when the very warm
weather sets In. The costume pic
tured combines most fashionably
and fascinatingly white ninon and
crepe de chine, with embroideries
.. ..r.K in KlonL- anil u-htte flncc Kllkf;
i . , . . , , . ,
' J- a touch of lace belnB,
a nCK ana "" ""-" ""
lined with buttons of black. A big
black straw hat. underlined with vel-!
vet and trimmed with just one long
and lovely ostrich feather (set a little
LATEST IN CORSET COVERS
j waist Line.
i With the advent of sheer summer
i blouses, corset covers tak" on new iro
' portance. Those that slip over the
To avoid tnis two of tbe season's
have admirable touches'
witn a sin in me miuuie iruni reacn-
ing almost to the bust line. Tbfc is
turned back and finished like a vent
to overlap. The other has a similar
slit, but the seams are curved at the
sides to take away the fulness. There
i3 no band, and the front has eyelets
on each side and is laced to tit
A cowardly cur barks more fiercely
than lt bites. Quintus Curtus Ruiua.
1 &iS& '
cities and a hostess who cannot find
her wishes granted must be hard to
please. The confectioners have de
licious candles done up like firecrack
ers so realistic that a small lad tried
tn Oinot one before he discovered his :
mistake. In fact, they are the only .
kind of firecrackers mothers seem to !
The invitations for this party read:
-Miss Sal'.v Parks desires Miss Mil-
dr-d Jones presence at a "Xtlage
Yaptr" on Saturday. July 3. from 8 to
It took a little juggling with letters
to find out just what kind of party it
was and when they did get the words
the guests were not much wiser. Mys
tery Is always delightful, especially
.Wn -a-.-i to. rt K-s nntorf fkltio1
u-u uu- .- i- - -
The first tangle was unraveling or
rather untangling worsteds, the part-
ners being chosen by matenmg quota-
nun- i:ui m ua-. - i.
.t I-. Un1..no Thn nrWik un
awarded after each event. "Tsngbd
Celebrities" came next, being the
names of famous persons transposed
Thori wm ten names and five mm-
utes were allotted for making them
plain. Partners were found for this
by hunting and matching animal
crackers. The third and last tangle
was the very best. .
A lot of imitation firecrackers (made
of candy) were tied to a string uud ,
made Into a perfect maze, cobweb j
fashion, each person being given an j
end to untangle, taking off flrecrack-
ers as they were found. The one who
got the most crackers off in a given
space of time not only had the spoils'
to eat. but a funny cannon cracker
box filled with delicious candy cannon
A Grown-Up Hide and Seek Party.
In search of something new. a
oung surburban hostess devised and
carried out a delightful outdoor party
for 20 young lads and lassies. It was
the brightest moonlight and the
grounds were large, with plenty of
trees and shrubbery.
Regular old-fashioned "hide and
ir ninriinir "roimtine out. was i
ri.cn a-ri -
played for an hour, then all went in-
side for refreshments and a jolly sing.
There was a bowl of frappe on the
porch easy of access to all.
i onion and extract a few drops of Juice
toward one side In front and curvlna j ny pressing one side with tho dull
back over the crown with no ornament ,jge of a knife.
of any kind to hide its "stem"! will !
look perfect with such a gown and. - Anchovy and Olive Sandwiches,
indeed, with almost any other and. to' Mix to a paste two tablespoonfuls
complete the half-mourning sugges'Jou fresh butter, two tablespoonfuls an
have black silk stockings and ante-1 chovy paste, a half dozen minced
lope shoes. You should also invest jj j olives, a teaspoonful lemon juice and
one of the new tall-handled sunshade? ! a dash each of mustard and cayenne
(In black silk), with a great round or paprika. Spread on thin slices of
plaque of polished wood, to surmount ' whole wheat or graham bread, press
the handle and form quite a conven
ient resting place for hand or elbow
when you want to strike an effective
An enterprising English dressmaktr
fills in her spar time making "going
awav coats for little dogs. Thlf
would indicate that the American
belle, who carries In her arms the
small mite of a doc Is not the only
foolish woman in existence. '
It Is said that these little coats are .
fashioned of velvet or cloth to match molasses, two-thirds of a cup of luittf r.
the bride's traveling gown, but to ihe two-thirds of a cup of tour milk, two!
practical they suggest only those v.r-. teaspoonfu's "f B'ngf r. tw' tr-apoon-wonderful
blankets we made in our fuls ,,J" soda. fio'-r lo ro51- Iitjl1 tll"n
' &i for brother's wooden
Pockets, we are told, for the hand
kerchief and for four gutta-percha
shoes for doggie finish the coat
Stumped the Pastor.
A Connecticut pastor was question
ing a boy pupil of the Sunday school.
Tbe lad answered greatly to the satis
faction of the good man. but finally
the latter was stumped when the
youngster made his last reply. "What
commandment, my son. did Adam
break when be ate tbe apple V asked
the pastor. "Please, sir." returned the
boy, "there were no commandments a
TRIFLES FOR TABLE
SMALL DELICACIES THAT FINISH
Filled Cookies Will Be Appreciated j
by Both Old and Young Recipe
for Eagle Cake French
..... .. .-i t Jlm,. T-n !
rm.a m ",..;;;' infllla '
.upfuls of rolled oats three cupful.
of flour, one scant teaspoonful of salt
. -Kr.-t . a.wa- r-nA ttnfii. nf
lwu Vu.ju ui ... ..c --"-
shortening, one cupful or sour or out- .
termilk. one teaspoonful of soda ais- ,
solved In the milk, one pound ol .
washed and seeded dates pressed per- j
i fectlv flat. f!ream the sugar and
I - . - a - .. . - M XS . x r a W rt
snonening. "our- "' , "V4", ,f
BaU- anu add alternately with milk. If
. - ....i f,. . nuliA -i It ntmilf n
U""K" " ""- """ --"
use a little more flour. Roll the dough
Mrr ttitn mit n-lk tVir. nnl;' JMlttCP.
then lay "each one on a pressed date
and on the date another layer of
dough, nake to a light brown. . ' """ --". - .--
Esgle Cake.-Cream tcgether one- ins is going to have a very great ef
half cup butter and one cupful brown feet upon those to whom he preaches.
.WQ teaspoonfllls cnnamon. one-
,ja,f tPas.,oonfu, cjOVes. two cupfuls .
- - mnfiil chopped and
. . .
flnnrnl rafslnR. nml bake In a loar.
Fre-ch Frjee Toast. Reat two eggs
anJ . mv cup of swePt nnd a
"tti,. aif a little sugar may be added
. .,. ',,,. ,, ., , nl' iic ,,
in uu uiiiH ii uriirii. - -"i
brcad ,nlJ he mJxtllre allowing them ,
lQ absorb a jtte of it then crown
the slJpes on a hot Dttered griddle :
ihlck-bottomed frying pan. Hut
ter and Berve hot.
Brea( and Butter Folds. Cut bread I
In thln succs take up In pairs, remove
crusts and cut into strips an inch and
n nalf wde Dy fonr inchcs long Spread j
ngi,tiy wtn creamed butter, plain or
flavored, fold together, press the
edges, and arrange log-cabin fashion
on a dainty plate.
Cream Strawberry Pie. Line a pie
plate with a puff paste, and fill with
strawberries. Strew these thickly
with sugar. Put a top crust on the
pie. first rubbing the edge of the low
er crust with butter to prevent their
sticking. Hake to a light brown.
When cold. lift the cover of the pie
and put under this top crust a great
cupful of whipped cream. Replace
the crust and sprinkle this with pow
dered sugar. Harper's Hazar.
This is one of my most valued1,
rcc.,es and has be
been used in the fam-
y fQ, three generatjons. and adding
tQ s ya,ue , lhc fact ,hat lt can he
mBde at any tJme of tne Jvar and will
! keep Indefinitely. Chop fine two
! large heads of cabbage, ten large :
j onions, pack down In a Jar with a lit-
' tie salt between each layer. Put heavy
I weight on top and let stand 24 hours.
' Prepare vinegar as follows: One gal-1
Ion of vinegar sweetened to taste, two
ounces of celery seed, two ounces of
white mustard seed, two ounces of
ground mustard, and two ounces of
turmeric. Let it get hot. then add the
cabbage and onions and let scald thor-
Latest Hot Dishes.
Very attractive placnues for the
1 table are of crystal and silver, with
a lace or embroidered dolly between
j the two parts of the glass.
They are round or oval, and are In
a wide variety of sizes and designs,
The two sections of glass are held
In the filigree silver frame, which
screws together, and the doilies are
placed between the glass placques.
They are saved from wear and from
becoming soiled, but still feature as a
dainty addition to the table.
I Rice Balls.
j Take hot cooked rice, season with
salt, pepper and butter nnd add very
finely minced chives and parsley a
tablespoon of chives and a teaspoonful
of parsley to each cupful of rice. Mix
well and form into small balls the size
of a walnut and set away to get cold.
When ready to use. dip each ball Into
beaten egg. roll In ground peanuts and
fry a golden brown In boiling fat.
Drain and serve as a garnish to meat
Cook books usually say that onion
in!..- Khoiil.l bi f xtra.-te.l bv cutting
i an onion in two ami nibbing the cut
' surface against a gratr. Considering
bow hard it Is to wash a grater, this
i method has Its drawbacks. Small
' amounts of Juice may be obtained In
! the following simpler way: Peel tho
the slices together, and with tin cut
ter stamp into small fancy shapes.
Bananas and Peanuts.
Take a cupful of salted pednuts and
put through the food chopper. Take
rjpe bananas, cut in halves, place In .
: dripper and sprinkle with sugar. Bake
J z to 15 minutes In moderate oven,
! Spread slices of buttered bread with
' peanuts and serve with banana slices
; hot on top.
Hard Gingerbread. '
One cupful ef sugar, one cupful of '
' and bake in c.uick oven.
One-half cupful of butter, one-half
cupful of lard, tw cupfuls of sugar,
two eggs, three-fourths cupful of sou
cream, one teaspoonful soda, one pinch
salt, nutmeg, and vanilla flavoring
Flour, not too- stiff.
An artist," said Mr. Teechum.
"should strive to reproduce what ia
nearest to his thought and deepest In
his affection." "Yes,"" replied the mer
cenary genius, "but the laws against
counterfeiting currency are so e-
RECOGNIZES A GOOD WORK
Ex-President Roosevelt Pays Enthusi
astic Tribute to Mission
In Uganda, Mr. Roosevelt responded
to an invitation to open a new nddi-
tion to the .Vengo C. M. S. hospital.
Mr. Roosevelt said:
"Long before I came here I had
known of the work that was being (
done in Uganda, and felt particularly
anxious to see it. Here you have a i
particularly intelligent native race.
wnch nM aIready deve!o.ied a very
interesting culture of Its own. a cul-
tllpo ,loth nol.,ca, and vocjai And the
vi,v , , ,--. !
fcivai nuiti in no i ,.v.-t.... .. .v. - .
i , .ri and to
to do it in a practical fashion, and to
do it so that the doing of it shall be .
primarily a benefit to the race. and.
secondly, a benefit to your own people
from whom you come.
"I have the strongest feeling as to
the good that is being done by the
medical missionary. There must be
some visible f mit In the life and work
.. ... -l. .-. s- t liif? r.v'iri
TW UriH. M. can b. . In
most efficient ways of howi
by just such work as Is being
.?.,no in .
..ptinn with tv buiidin" which
tction with tn.s butidinn . wcn
III naturally be a source .if pecu-
i "".""': - -- ' i---
liar pride to myself tn have my name
associated v.itli. and which I now
take pleasure in declaring to be
IN A SERIOUS CONDITION,
A Case of Terrible Kidney Trouble.
Henry Palmer, Cole and Walnut Sts.,
Darnesviile. O.. says: "My kidney
trouble was caused by hardships and
exposure In the army. The awful pains
across my back grad
ually became more
severe until I was in
constant misery. My
feet and bands were
swollen to twice their
natural size. The kid
ney secretions were
in a terrible condi
tionfor months I voided what seemed
to be clear blood. I became so dizzy
everything seemed to whirl. My con-
dtjon was alarming when I began
using Doan's Kidney Pills. Hefore long
I improved and was soon strong and
Remember the name Doan's.
r sale ? " cte ?
0Idnt Know the Purpote.
ixamile of un.
,.,.,... humor, used to ouote a
nartford nutllan who said one day in
the late Sj)r;ag:
..y husband Is the dearest fellow
I said to him this morning, 'are
vou vcrv nard up just now?"
.j certainly am hard up." he re-
pjed c()Uerly. 'This high cost of liv
ing is terrible,
1 don't know what I'm
going to do."
"'Then. Jim." said I. Til give u; all
tnought of going to the country for
July and August this year.'
"Hut the dear fellow's face changed.
! and he said:
" 'Indeed, then, you won't, darling. I
( ,iiminht von wanted to buv a hat with
, an Rreite or some such foolishness.
;0 no niy darling Jim can always
I j-ind tne money to let his dear little
Wjfe go lo the country." "
An Almost Universal Prayer.
"Among the h.te Hishop Koss" anec
dotes about prayer." said a Philadel
phia Methodist, "there was one con
cerning a very original Norristown
"This preacher. In the course of a
long prayer one Sunday night, recount
ed the many misfortunes and evils that
had befallen blm in the course of his
long life. Then, sighing heavily, he
'" 'Thou hast tried me with a fillet ion.
with bereavement, and with sorrow of
many kinds. If thou are obliged to try
me again. Lord, try me with the bur
den of wealth." ""
She was an amiable old lady, and
volunteered much Information to the
fair stranger who bad conn; down to
I see an important event in uie coumrjr
I town the laying of the foundation
. stone ot tne new cnurcn
"Yes." prattled the old lady, "that
Is the duke and duchess, and the
couple behind them are the mayor
and mayoress: and those two to the
right are the vicar and er vixen."
A gcd word is an easy obligation:
but not to speak ill requires only our
silence, which costs us nothing. Til
lotson. Mr. tVlnMorr'n Soothlnc Syrnp.
Forch'..iir-n ti--iiiitik'. '(l'r.iln-uii:uv r-iludln-H
.ni"i '"" "" i-v;a.iti cuicmhiiUii'iic. z:uiws.
Candor is ev-r th brightest gem of
true criticism. Disraeli. j
- - - i
Then arc iiiiita'ioijj. dun't l'e foo!c!.
As!: tor Lewis inI Ihmler cigar for 5c.
Goodness is tin only Investment
that never fails. Thorcau. '
A Clean Man
Outside cleanliness is less tttsn half the battle. A man mas'
ecrub himself a do.en times a day, and still be unclean. Good
health means clcsniiness not only outside, but inside. It means
a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and
cevr, clean, healthy tissue:. The man who is clean in this way
will look it and act it. lie will work with energy and think
clean, clear, healthy thoughts.
He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomscii or blood
disorders. Dyspepsia end indigestion originate in unclean stoin
cchs. Blood diseases ore found where there is uncic-a blocd.
Consumption and bronchitis ci.sn zc'ca Ia3.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover;
prevents these diseases. It mcLus a man imiCci clcaa
and Lecl'by. It cleans lbs digestive or3-, casJ-cs P'-xc,
clcaa blood and clean, healtbr flesh.
It restores tons to the nervous system, end cures nervous exhaastloa aaJ
prostration. It contains no alcoiicl or habit-forming dru'.
Constipation is the most unclean unclesniiness. Dr. licrce'a Pleasant P-.!-I.ts
cure it. They sever gripe. Easy to take as candy.
T p V1n1rbirf(X
TO LyCia K. FlflKHaa 3
t,u a, nMT Rnffrreo frota
"... h.ini,-- -wina in mv back
tSw laud tight side, and
was tired all th
timo and nervou,.
I could not sleep,
and every month I
could hardly slani
the pain. Lydia E.
bla Comnotmd v
stored me to health)
again and made ma
feel like a new wo-
man. 1 nopj .
letter vrill induo
Jiacitacne is a svmPkOm oi h'ikuo
-. m ! PT
weakness or derangement. If ya
backache don't neglect ic. To
fc pe-mnt relief you must reach
if. nonninont Tft Pf von
he root 0f tjie trouble. Nothing vro
knowof will do this so safely and sur-iy
as Lydia E-Pinkhaci'S Vegetable Ccnv
. pound. Cure the-cause of these- ut..
i - .
tressing aches and pains and you will
become well and strong.
The trrea. Toluno of nnsolicited tes-
' limnnv I'nnttunMv Tinnrintr in nrnvel
conci,lsiTelv that Lvdia E. Pinkhain's
Vrrfilin "nmTiomul "mmlrt from roots
antf herbs, has restored health to thou
sands of women.
If yoa have tlio slightest rtatibt
that JLvdia 10. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound will help yon,
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn,
Ulass., for advice. Your letter
will be absolutely confldei.tial
and the advico free.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine tua9 ia tea wltea theEveruhV-t !
stomach sad bowel, we nghr.
any but firmly
pel a lazy liver to
HsacfacB, aa D.tres after Eating.
StaX! Pill. Satafl Do. Small Pric
GENUINE must bear jigtuture:
Say Abut Its Wh.at-Pradu.tas o-.r
Ti ctTdtrt rl ct t"i" coue-.rj
lUuiU'MuUinmuiitr !. i-
uoTi prittnmii itj u:- w-
Tl:tnic ol Iioiu-j i- r :ii
pfilo iil ricu. nz
mlUciont for tu in. '1 5.
taj- of our priic ni"
tm A wtirut -tj h'iic
ewmtrr w "- "''
k 'a U to Ih lt. sreut
it t.iLin3 eilvu.ur
of thi ;ta.it!-n -y v
triiKlr'4 nillmtY I.iiIM-
Upwards of 25 Million
Bushels or wnenc
ii t!io tnrt mvi ! .i .utfri.i.
tiasUntrhearsn unci unl:: n -raill I
I rot hnmtiif !' i .' .iTf.
u ii I luliolnln? pn-iiiii':
l(;iic-rv-4l!it:. l"rT .r.r-i
be hail 1: tIiclioli:rtuI-trf.,.
rVliooU convt'titont. cISinjtf
rxrolleiit. ,i! tlio 'vcrj i .
railwiiy rt4i at timid, l.ml'l
Ins tutiitMT cheap. ft: I r;i-v In
Cft nutl fHnonitll ill !.-'.
wuit c.iHily proruiv,!: m:cl
tannine mnrw. Ur.t- tn
lie-it M-co tor n.-ttl-mpr.t. . t'S r'
low railway rntni.of:ripti'ii ' 'U-l
tratnl"I-itBc6"tVrl,'ii . If-lC
to hup't of Immicri-iii-ii,
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