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   New Market Shenandoah Valley (Newspaper) - January 25, 1900, New Market, Virginia                                PliFsifeian I Sargeon, NEW MARKET, VA. Hetendeis liis professional services to the poMic. Calls, at all times, from the town or country, i�dU receive prompt attention. OmoE: Adjolmng Ms drug store, where lie icanlbe found, when not professionally en- �-t^inr^'^-'^^^^'ii^t^'^'iF� ^ s^yi^L*^'?'SPfffm- EVENING, JANUAKY 25, 1900. NO; 4. -7 flesytts Falallir in Nine l^s Ont of Ten-A fiiffi Found at Last. This fearful disease often fiist an>ean as a mere scratch, a pimple; of lamp ia the breast, too small to attract vasf notice, until, in many cases, the deacUy disease is fully developed. Cancer can not be oared by a surgical operaidon, because the disease is a Tirulent poison in^e Mood, circulating throughout the system, and although ihe sore or ulcer-known as the Ckncer-may be cut away, toe poison remains in the blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, wilh ifwiewed ^olence. The wonderful success of S. S. S. in curing obstinate, deepHMatad blood diseases which were conmdered incurable, induoed a few da� �>�dnng sufBerers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting the skill of line pbyMcians without a cure. Much to their delight 8; Si proTad equal to the disease and promptly effected a cure. The glad newa c^raad rapidly, and it was soon demonstrated beyond doubt that a cure had at last been foimd for d;^tdly Cancer. Evidence has aecu-muiftted which is incontrovertible, of whicli fee foHoidng is a specimen: ^'Canoer is liereditaij in our family, my father, a iSstar and an aunt haidng died from this dreadful disease. My f eelin^^ may be imagined when the hor-lible disease made its appearance on my side. It was � malignant Cancer, eating inwardly In such a way as to cause great alarm. The disease seemed beyond the Idll of ^e doctors, for their treatment did no jeood -whatever, the Cancer growing worse all the wnile. 37iunerou6 remedies were used for it. but the Cancer        3CBS. 8. K. IDOIt. r)w steadily worse, nntil it seemed that I was doomed follow the ethers of the family, for I know how deadly Cancer is, espedallj when inherited. I was advised to try Swiffs Specific  piece !"  his friends to year home and t^le;^ Take paine to know bis associatpBi;!^ ^ Eneoarage bis eoiilldence by giving D      TlMJH�i!ifil��it?nct In every woman's heart.is1mpiant'ed> .je'lo^'e'ot h'dml �Be Vdm^n^ has nWr^been'bbU WhVdi^ 4^fe long for her ^h^flre^fd^:*'    tl^e'^coti^h aay ^others. igbtest andi moat th. sible'^fbr the per- ready sympathy aadadvioe^ Be care fal to impress n^ his mind that making obaraote^a^ more Important tban makings mo^ay;^JVom Xoan^ Mew's Era. '1. 4it Pooi^ives. i never see a jetted'girl who is yielded to in ever^ whim by servant aDd:paFent� tbatr^ida not sigh with pityiot-thejn,aa^4p;.wilL some day ^worshiped be ber bnsband.' daughter who her,j�bim8 and wto^e8>re.8npreme In ^taoght that wh;Q a hbasebpld, failareall berUil way in tbings^^ wbensbe^desii or joarneys wl(ic family parse, ajiol away,men, Bob, ana don't watch me eat it," begged Jerry. Bot no; there stood the little man eyeing the calce nntil it was gone, while two big tears rolled down his cheeks. **Tbat piece didn't taste good one bit," said Jerry to himself. "I wun't eat any more when Bob is aroond." The next time he took a piece be slipped bat the door to hide bimcelf io the woodshed. Boaoce, the little k>lsok and tan terrier, thinking he was going oat to play, slipped after him ; bat jast before the coople got oat of sight the mother called; "Jerry, remember not to give Boance any cake.''   newiy-hatched bird is Mind to the worms upon tfae tree about him. He thinks ber little pettish ways are mere girlish moods, but wheh she beoomes his wife and reveals her selfish and cruel nature be is grieved and hurt to think fate has been so unkind to him. -Home Journal, Public Spirit a Christian Virtue. it^ 631k'Ca�esa�d'Fehates cluster e4 ^mul her: 'Vfe know it is;'the tend^dy of the times to;make light of thisfeelingVbnV that kin^dlof/flip-panoy^ is only the bitter sarfaoe of natnrea hardened' by oir^anistancea which bave'sepafated them from the ife of'the hleartbatohe. The.instincts of domesticity, of wiTehood and moth-erbood are fundamental and eternal n the normal woman.-^TAe Christian Intelligencer I The Automobile; Won't Do. The antomobile may be a satisfaction, comfort anid suboess to those who want^it solely for transportation parpOses, botin many rtaspects it cannot takie the plape o^^ a horse. How, for Instance, can yph dock an aatomo bile's Uil,8tretoh its nose skyward at an angle of fort^^^ degrees by means, bf ain overhead cheek-rein, yani its imbnth soria by a ornel bit, maddeii it by the brata^^ cats of a horsowhiipi, or tortare it by any of the other ihetbbds by which a certain Clara of men show that they/arelpwer in ;the^ ,bbale of hamaoity; than' the THE BOY WHO J^PS ^ HIS MOTHER. As I went down-the^treet today, . I8awa.littleladv. ...     The pleasant street: along. ' Jnst tben a plaiymate came along, And l^ed acr  ^ ;*t'Theiboyaare waiting^foTus/now,:; u^^i .ao;hutry5p,rt.J�iPi�di:..  . My nttl^wbisU^^o6|^ his head,   . Arid-"tJan't c^ei" he'replled^ / t'Ca^'t come? .ll^y notj.Pd like^toknow? / jWhat:lun^ei�^^7 asked.the; other. "Why, don^tyousee?" came tlie reply, ''Tm busy helpug mother.. She's lots tS;do,j&cCi�^iiktf* � To help her ill � cani So I've no time for fun just now,'* Said this dear little man. >I'like to bear you talk lite that," I told the little lad_; "Help mother all you can, and make . Her kind heart light and glad.?' It does me good, to think of him. And know that there are others Who, like this manly little boy. Take hold and help their mothers. -Ex. who/ bad' thcl UMi oahiawar The Salairied Physiciansl As many^knbw, the Ghihese physi-bian i receives' a ailary from his pa-tiehtrw Ibhi ab they are^ Weil/and aa aoNon lis they get ill his pay stops. abme'Anieribaii ficniliee, n^ iag^tb^ibainb Sbmeth^g^ fr^^ other sideb^ ihe*^ wbrldi havr partially adojpt^dthb^sa^plaht; that ia^^they p(^ tbirsali^ry^i^eth^ tbey^ are sick est of the dootdl^^ kei^ theib^ mach as he can so as to save himself the trouble of atteadihg tbem. When the Gbinese'm'etbod, or the American modification of it, comes into general practice, ityWill be the in terest of the physipian whab^ ^f a family to study'eiioh member of it^physically, mentally, spiritoally; to prescribe for, them correct environ meat, proper diet and healthy habits; and to labor with tbo view of indao-iog them to keep io toaoh with all these.- Will Oarleton^s Magazine. A good cause demands oar help and our sympathy, even though It be Bare to succeed without us. A man who voted against a certain candidate for ppblio office, more iban a year be fore, on the ground of the candidate unfitness, said, H am sorry now tha I didn't vote for him. as he has proved to be such an admirable officer."- Many men would say, **Ob, well! he got elected by a big majority, and my vote woaldn't have made any difference." But the vote does niake' a difference to the voter, if not to the candidate. A man who ban be sorry for not having bad a part in a good movement^ is a mani to w^bi good causes can look, for sympathy and aid God's Protection. felUto^ thinkiDg^ what a. gbot^' hadihid and^tkaf h& bad^aeev^ taer'a preaest^ dorna^-^ whetheraaaaairersaijeiiaaappffoaek-^ lug, or, noti bar iiiiyway tha fanBos thoaght he wtfaKI'maka hfs wifa K preaeat.' What shoald It^ bef It was not eaay to detCTia1ue;'aad tt ni&ag bothered hinoi t^ know irhlirgivft her: He foofbdhilnMiraaf/b'cf/^Vi^ after all, though I havem'kVo^e'^ber any present she baa had i;gbo^h%H# for twenty two years, baa bad'i^aip to eat. and sbe has bad"tot';�ah YAI.X.GY at two cents a week-less than the co3t of a letter. Address Henkel & Co., New Market, Shenandoah Co^ Va. Box Passb-&om 10 cts.to SO cts. per box diSeient Mnds, for the holidays, at g-raff. & <3o.*< Printing Office._ WM fOB takie m pftpei pif for ti. Money orders, cbecks, or stamps received. A dol lax bill seldom goes astray it put In a strong envelope, caretally sealed, and plainly addressed as above; bat we assume no rasponslbUlty tor loss ot money by maU. It you want another sample before subscribing, write us a postal and we will send one with au order blank and a (printed) addressed envelope. weal to be eorry for hnving been mis Uken aboht Ihe beet wny to secure that welfare is a virtue only too rare. Pnblio spirit is a Oliristiah yirtne. sifice no man can rightly live to himself alone.-^jS. 8. Times, Your Children. and of his own aooord he asked me to save you apiece''; when, lo! to everybody's surprise, big, boyish Jer. ry bnrst out orying. <'I hate cbooolate oake, mother !*' he said. *'I nevor want to see another piece as long as Hive r So Mrs. Whitamore knew that Jerry bad learned his lesson. She did not believe that he would ever again think anything sweeter that he kept t6 himself. **Snppose we bring out your oake and eat it for supper she Said to her little boy. ' Jerry's face blared all in a minute. |y.  Before the f*Qb, mother/' he^ said, *'that would ravenpn^ wdlf. and be so nice." And I think that if Boband Bonnoe hid been allowed to ieat all that Jerry wanted them to have, they would both have dreanied of their great-grandfathera that night.-CAi2i2r�ti'� Paper, War's Cup of Woe^ The following sent ojithy the AssO' dated Press last week, helps us see what most be the almost daily scenes in the towns and villages of the Trans vaal: private message from Lady< smith today states that a messenger, who had just arrived from, Pretoria, says the women there are weeping and wailing in the market-place. Three trains have been; despatched rom Elerksdorp to fetch the wounded rom Mafeking. It is estimated there are 700 killed and wounded." The sight of men. dying or lying wonnded on the field never com pletes the picture of a, battle. Most of,the; buJlets which pierce a human bo^dy on the field pierce a human heart in sotope farroff home. War on the battle-rfieids is. ghastly enpngh, but its cup of woe is not fully realized until we hear the bitter cry from the hpines. and the mar1cet'place�,^The American Friend, Parentsr ha vIP no morp sacreddnty than thit of guarding their children and in this how many fail, and fail sadly I Dr^ Guthrie^ the eihinent Scotch- divine; said: VGuard yoor children sedolonsly^ . Fold them ear brings ont the the wily fbX;Sknd the roa.rlng;^ii6n, haye all your Iambs at hpnae., Make it a^^ fnl home. MinglefirmnesB with kind ness. And ffomlatphonrs, from dan gerons com pan lonsj - f r o< m The Maryland Life lasnranOe Oom pany of Baltimore, Md., issues only the best policies. Apply to W. B: Miley, Agent, Woodstock, yii,~tf. ': Oashf 1 i^adyMoeseciirea yon this Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., says, <*Kodol Dyspepsia Onre did me more good than anything I ever took." It digests what you eat and can not help but core dyspepsia and stomach tron-bles. S.G. Oood and W. A. Yanghan.. HMHIi^^^lMiAioaUj nightly scenes of pleasure .and ;^mnsement more carefoliy keep^v yonr ohildreh than yoa bolt; youtdoor pr window against those who loan: plunder yonr bonse.or property of things of infinite ly less value tlian your domestic pur� ity, of j&weis infinitely less precious than your ohiidren'aisoiils; Better to ;[6sediaiiB0ii,djS.ta^^ Md   ' '. "No matter what a man believes, just so he lives right I" We often hear that deolaration. But stop and think a moment^ Suppose a man should believe in polygamy, what about his living aright T Better ohahge the adage to this : '*Men live as they believe." - In thonsaads of ways God protects people, and even thP animal worlds He proteota them throagh nataral means and also through snpfernatnral power and agencies. In many in-stances God's protecting oare is mian ifest in the nataral instincts and poir era of His creatures; Bev. L. A. Banka tiells the following: There ia a large bird found in the Philippine islands, which has a peon-liar way of protecting not only its little one, but the mother bird aa well. The mother bird hatches pdt only one baby at a time, instead o� having a nest full, as most birds do. When it is time to lay the egg, the father bird selects a hpllow tree, in to whieh the motbof bird gMs. The head of, the house then seals up the opening of the tree with mnd, leaving only a small hole through which he: supples her with food until the yonng bic< hatched and.lareeenough^^ itself. ' 1?he rM^Q^ :for thia, Btiiu| 8pll%''Parer WW imprisonment, il8 that there are a great many snakes in the foresf:s of these islaads, which could get into the hollow tree and destroy both the mother bird sod, her baby. It is thus seen that by aj provision of God in the nature and power of that species of birds He protects theqi. And to some extent and similarly does God protect us. He has endowed us with faculties and. with powers by which we are protected, or may pro teot ourselves. And this fact reminds one of that bit of Psalm - which says, "As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about bis people." Those mountains alFord-ed a natural proteot.ion to the iuhabi^ tants of Jerusalem and to the city it' self. Then. too. we have the truth stated that   plka into i| B|or-tar or ohoppiog-bpwl; addr ST ta^ spoonfuls of good batter, aame 4aan--tity of cooked lean haa, 1 tenspopn-fnl of chopped parsley^ 2 rajpi; ei|fa> 1 good pinch of pepper^noaaU stponnd or chop very nfcely, aadaee that it in well mixed and smooth. Fllliip/thM every half of the boiled egga Within atnffing. Smooth the top vltk � knife dipped ini cold water. Patth* balance of the staffing Intn atwclt-battered round platter, each egg in it; poor over eaoK half a teaspoonfnl of melt�d lN|tllar; place five minates in thTn'^iot oven. Decorate the dish wfkhrtklft shoes of cold ham, and here and tkei� a small bnneh of waterbroMkA. bechamel or a tomato mbe eonli^ k� served separately, and a waiter-^cvw salad. This dish ia mpal aneen^Al; as an entree for loneheon.--JB(iMf9ei^a Bazar, ': ' Benevolence iSttheC.oream.on. Bilk of hanankindaaaa. dove thb tlieir "wu aarfsurrounalngcouiSHe*. wining to-piiiir ywlyKy^.vB^yeMtyimajf^ :^^^t^^SgojmaHA Winii9uakQPIto�PWl"�P^n�ft��^^ Endoae saU-addressed atampad eavelwat.^ ^ A. rwk.3SMICsxti�BiUMlas.CU0il0. Il^aofwas'iifc ^   

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