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The Race of the Age.


gested by the statement just quoted. What falling apple to the logical conclusion
are we going to do? This is the age of steam, gravitation. Everybody knows the facts about
the age of electricity. We must keep up in the blood, but only Dr. Plerce followed them

to the conclusion that if disease began in the What & race!


blood, the cure must begin there also. That.

was the first step. The next step was to find Our readers may ransack the pages of his. But how long can we keep up when we are the needed cure - to tory for two thousand years but they won't depending on a false strength? No longer, And recorded another race like this one wbich. relatively, than the children kept up their race

WIN THE RACE. means so much to millions of Americans. with the train. What we need is more brawn Hero is what & studious observer who wit. and less brandy, more blood and better blood.

Aside from the fact that Dr. Pierce is a nessed what he calls “a preliminary heat" It's as impossible to get strength from stimu. physician by birth, a physician by choice, and says: lants as to batch a turtle dove from the egg of

& physician by training, he had facilities en. The train was just pulling out of Englewood, a mud turtle. Strength of body depends on a joyed by no other physician, living or dead. puffing and panting with its mighty efforts. pure and plentiful blood current, for science

As head of the World's Dispensary and Surgl. As it slowly gained speed it came on a lot of has never advanced a fact beyond the state.

cal Institute, in constant practice and con. tow-headed children roosting on a lence, who

ment of Moses that “The Blood is The Life." sultation, treating successfully hundreds of sboited and waved as the cars came up, and But every generation of Investigation shows

thousands of cases, many of them the so-called then, as if with a common impulse, every

the statement to be true in a wider, deeper and hopeless cases, glven up by every other physi. child leaped to the ground and began a race

broader sense than was dreamed of in the clan, he was in a position to make practical with the train. The race was of short dura. past. Bad blood means bad morals. Foul proof of his knowledge. His success, the record blood and soul living go together. The taint

of his triumph, is written in tens of thousands in the blood has an ecbo in salacious speech, a

of testimonials received from grateful men and shadow in corrupt conduct. Side by side with

women. physical breakdowns we see the moral break.

The following are fair samples of many downs; defaulting cashiere, dishonest clerks, thousands of letters received by Dr. Pierce: faithless husbands, false wives. It all begins

“It was near the little town of Leroy, w. with the blood. And any hope of reform must Va., and during the month of March, 1896, that begin with the blood, too. You can't divorce a young man lay pale and motionless upon the mental and moral from the physical. (what the neighbors called) his dying bed. There is no special tood that feeds the intellec. Disease of the lungs, liver complaint, kidney tual man, no manna of the mind. The mind is trouble, and pleurisy were fast hastening him tarved as the body is fed or starved.

to the grave. The doctors had given him up to Thin blood and weak nerves shake the throne

die. The neighbors said, he cannot live." of reason. Starvation of the blood and nerves

Oh, I would not care to die,' he said,''were it drives men and women to mental, moral, and

not for leaving my dear wife and little child, physical destruction. It is easy to understand

but I know that I must die.' A brother had in the light of these facts the reason for the

presented him with three bottles of medicine, enormous percentage of cures effected by Dr.

but he had no faith in 'patent medicines'; but Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It begins

after the doctors had given him up to die and at the beginning with the blood. It cures

he had banished every hope of recovery, he practically a wide range of diseases because

said to his wife, 'Dear wife, I am going to die, many forms of disease have their origin in the there can be no harm now in taking that medi. blood. It is a scientific compound based, not

cine. I will begin its use at once.' He did upon theory but upon the practical, common.

begin to use it, and at first he grew worse, but sense proof that if you purify, enrich, and

soon there came a change. Slowly but surely vitalize the blood you overcome disease in

he got better. To-day that man is strong and tion. As the machine left the panting little

any organ. “The Golden Medical Discovery” healthy and he owes his life to that medicine. runners behind, this gray haired onlooker heals disease in just this way. It begins first

What was the medicine? It was Dr. Pierce's smiling sadly remarked: “Young America all of all to strengthen the body through the blood

Golden Medical Discovery,' and I, Luther over. Nothing too swift for them to race and every ounce of new blood and pure blood Martin, am the cared man. Dr. Pierce, I thank against." "Yes, you couldn't find a fitter ex. counts against disease.

you from the very depth of my heart for res. emplification of the familiar saying The This is only common sense. Few people be

cuing me from the grave." The foregoing is

from Luther Martin, Esq., a prominent citizen child is the father of the man' than in that lieve that consumption is curable. Its no use

of Lubec, Wood Co., W. Va. group of children racing against the train. to argue the question. But here's a man, who, It's but a preliminary heat of the great race at twenty-five, was coughing, spitting blood, vt., writes: “I had been out of health for

M. L. Messer, Esq., of Garfield, Lamoille Co., their parents are engaged in. As a physician sweating his strength away at nighi, his face

about two years. Suffered with pain in head, I realize as perhaps you do not," he continued, ruddy with the hectic tinge of fever. He "the erroneous change that fifty years have thinks he has consumption. His friends think

nervousness, could not sleep, poor appetite, made in our national life. People point back

loss of flesh; caused by overwork. Doctors so. His doctor has as much as told him so.

did not help me, so I applied to you for advice, to grandmothers and greatgrandmothers and And so they assume he can't be cured. He

and described my case. You replied, advising say

takes Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
loses his cough, stops spitting blood, gains

me to use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis.
flesh, gains strenth, forgets he ever was sick, covery’and 'Pellets.' I did so, and after using

one bottle I could sleep better and felt better. Compare them with the women of today!

and bids fair to live until he is 80. Will his How straight they were and how strong, how friends insist when he does die at a good ripe Discovery' and two vials of' Pellets,' I find

After using six bottles of the 'Golden Medical hardy and how helpful they were, how heartily

age that he died of consumption? His doctor they ate and how heartily they laughed. They just to persist in his doctrine that consumption myself gaining in flesh and I am almost en.

tirely cured.” didn't smoke cigarettes and sip cordials and is incurable may still say that after the fifty. depend on chloral for sleep. They were a dif. five additional years of comfort and happiness

TO ALL OF OUR READERS feront race from the bloodless, dragged out, consumption finally undermined his constitu. narcotic-and-stimulant.using women of to-day. tion and killed him. What of it?

who will defray postage (as specified below) Now that's all true in general and yet it misses

Dr. Pierce offers his great work, the “Common the main point by failing to consider the vast


Sense Medical Adviser," free. This marvelous difference in the conditions under which life

book contains over 1,000 pages and 700 illustra. is being lived by the man and woman of to. what he finally died of so long as he was saved tions and is a cyclopedia of intormation on day. Our ancestry sauntered though life. to live a long, useful, and happy life? It every subject relating to health. It is valu.

doesn't matter much to us and to our families able at every stage, and to every age of lite. Far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife

and friends what we die of when we've lived It“ holds the mirror up to nature," and enables Their sober wishes never learned to stray; Along the cool sequestered vale of life

out our life. Consumption, too, begins in the men and women to know the laws that govern They kept the even tenor of their way. blood. The first need of every weakly consti. their beings, their responsibility to their off.

tution is blood, blood for muscles, sinews, spring, and how to lay the foundations of “To-day, as men and women, millions of us nerves, arteries; blood for the servant matter, family life so securely, that on them may be do in earnest what those children did in play; and blood for the master mind. It is a notable reared a perfect home. Women who have we run a race dally against steam, against fact that when every student of physiology borne children too rapidly and experienced electricity and all the modern appliances for could tell you just what blood is to brain and the usual depletion of their vitality find speed. Is it any wonder men and women take body, that it was reserved for one man to the way in the “Common Sense Medical Adto stimulants and narcotics? It isn't deprav- follow out the fact to its logical conclusion in viser" to put themselves in harmony with ity. It isn't because we are less of women or the treatment of disease. Dr. R. V. Pierce, nature, and restore to them a condition of less of men than our ancestors. It's because chief consulting physician to the Invalids, happy, healthful enjoyment of family life, we're keyed up to the straining point all the Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N.Y., This book, in paper covers, is sent for 21 one. time, and the nerves won't stand the daily was the man for the emergency. There is cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only. A strains and drains without protest. They call always one man who meets the need of the stronger and bulkier volume of the same the effervescent bravery of the man in liquor times, who fastens on to a fact and follows it work, bound in cloth, will be sent for an extra • Dutch courage.' You might as well name the until he reaches the goal of practical results. ten stamps (81 stamps in all). Each conteing effervescent strength gained by stimulants From the days of Adam down, men have lain the same matter and illustrations. Address • Dutch strength. It is not strength at all. under apple trees and watched the falling World's Dispensary Medical Associaticn, There is a ton of solid fact to reflect on, sug- fruit. But only Isaac Newton followed the Buffalo, N.Y.

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EON FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. Dr. Benjamin Andrews 18 inuch criticised by the writers of small editorials on account of his advocacy of free noon-day luncheon for school children.

Theoretically the idea is a grand one, and as yet, no arguments have been advanced against its practicability. Indeed, it is said that the plan is in successful operation in several of our large cities.

Much of the irritability in school children is caused by abused stomachs. A hearty noon. day meal of indigestible foods, and in many instances, no dinnor at all, are the causes for much of the sluggishness and ill-tomper that visit the school-room, particularly in the afternoon.

Then again, where children are given a moderate allowance for the noon meal, the science of eating is understood by so few, that the needs of the body are not supplied in proper proportions.

Few people understand well the composition of foods and the effects that different methods of cooking heve upon the digestibility of the foods. Hence many children are made glug. gish by an excess of carbonaceous foods; others are made thin and nervous by too much phosphate, and others again are made cross and sullen looking by a tired stomach that is ever wrestling with improperly cooked substances.

If the child were studied in school with the view of discovering what his organism lacks, and then have the needed elements supplied at the noon-day meal, the public schools would be taking the logical step of preparing a wellbalanced organism in which to develop & sound mind.

The habits of chewing gum and candy. smoking and drinking would receive a death. blow, for when all the tissues of the body are sufflciently fed, a peaceful, satisfied calm pervades the body. Then, too, the foods eaten at these meals and the styles of preparation might serve as guides for the children and their parents in making up the other two meals of the day.

Let the day soon come when this plan will be put into execution and, in the meanwhile, let us encourage Dr. Andrews to give us more of such noble ideas.

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AT NOBTH CONWAY, N. H., July 5-8, 1898.
The next annual meeting of the AMERICAN
North Conway, N. H., July 5th to 8th.
attractive and helpful program for teachers
and all interested in education is now in course
of preparation.

Ample accommodation for guests will be
furnished by the hotels at rates from $1 to
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North Conway, on the east side of the White Mountains, presents attractions not excelled by any mountain resorts in the country. Beautiful in itself, it is the center of many charming drives for ten to fitteen miles in all directions.

The officers of the Institute particularly urge the active members and also all superintendents and teachers who are desirous of profes. sional advancement not only to attend this meeting themselves, but to interest their friends and others to be present.

Ląter bulletins and the educational papers
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is intended to aid and stimulate the friends of
the Institute to plan for its success. If any of
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Territory to the Thirteen

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Original States, when ac.

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Chart F. Shows Twelve Different kinds of Shell-fish, all Univalves. Tne above maps are on paper, 24 x 36 inches, showing the Latitude Chart G. Skeleton and Outline of the Frog. and Longitude, location of the principal Mountains, Lakes, Rivers,

Chart H. Shows the Different kinds of Bivalves. Cities, and Political Divisions.

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