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Rb matan and Catarrh--Medicine
. -rer-t Free.
TheseAtwo (isease" are the result of an
ful po soned co.n'iditilon of the blood. If
have aching joint! and back, shoulder
es, bone paias. 'rippled hands, legs or
swclien muees-,* shifting. sharp.
pakhs. and th::.t tired. discauraged
ling r rheumatism. or the hawking,
.g, blurred eyesight. deafness. sick
mach, hteadachv, Ades in the head, mu
thioat dis.:harges, decaying teeth.
reath, helehin; zz.s of eatarrh. take
SBlood Baln i. 1. B.) It kills the
n in the Wlood whioh omuses these awful
ptoms, giving a pu:e. healthy blood
ply to the joitu, aind mucous mem
. and mak a perfect eure of the
rse rheumat m ..r foulest catarrh.
res where all e!." fails. Blood Balm
B. B.) is composed of pure Botanic in
dients, good f< weak kidneys. Im
Yes the digestion. cures dyspepsia. A
rfect ton:c for old flks by giving them
w, rieh. nro- blood. Thoroughly tested
thirty years. Dragzists. $1 per large
ttle, with complet" directions for home
re. Sample frse and prepaid by writing
ood Balm Cu.. Atlanta, Ga. Describe
uble and special lree medical advice
in sealed letter.
A good many think that religion is
-heme for zoein" God to obey them
e the;- Obeving God.
eir Sufferings Are Usually
.Due to Female Disorders
MEDICINE THAT CURES
Can we dispute
women are ner
How often dowe
hear the expres
sion, "I am so ner
vous, it seems as if
I should fly;" or,
Don't speak to
trd thtI me." Little things
annoy you and
ke you irritable: you can't sleep.
o- are unable to quietly and calmly
rform your daily tasks or care for
The relation of the nerves and gen
rative orga-s in woman is so close
hat nine-tenths of the nervous pros
ration, nervous debility, the blues,
leeplessness and nervous irritability
rise from some derangement of the
rganism which makes her a woman.
its of depression or restlessness and
rritability : spirits easily affected. so
.at one minute she laughs, the next
inute weeps, pain in the abdominal
ion and between the shoulders;
of voice: nervous dyspepsia: a
ency to cry at the least provoca
n-all these point to nervous pros
othing will relieve this distressing
ition and prevent months of pros
ion and suffering so surely as Lydia
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
rs. M. E. Sho' well. of 103 Flatbush
venue, Brooklyn, N. Y,, writes:
"I cannot express the wonderful relief I
ve experienced by taking Lydia E. Pink
's Vegetable Compound. I suffered for
a long time with nervous prostration, back
ache, headache, los of appetite. I cculd
not sleep and would walk the~ floor almost
"I had three doctors and got no better, and
life' was a burden. I was advised to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
and it has worked wonders for me.
'W am a well wvoman, my nervousness is all
gone and my friends say I look ten years
-, Will not the volumes of letters from
women made strong by Lydia E. Pink
Fham's Vegetable Compound convince
all women of its virtues ? Surely you
cannot wish to remain sick, weak
and discouraged, exhausted each day.
when you can be as easily cured as
So. 8- '06.
His Source of Supply.
"Three-Finger Sam has the most
wonderful line of talk that ever hit
Crimson Gulch." said Piute Pete
gloomily. "'I feel that ignorant I'm
ashamed to converse with him."
q: "Yes," answered Bronco B'oh. "HIe
takes an unfair advantage. Ther'e's
no use o' tryin' to keep up) with him
in Wes:ern slang. iHe reads all them
<fw-boy novels the New York pub
ishers are puttin' outt."-Washing;.co
Raised Rhubarb in Ccllar.
W. W. Converse of Palmer. Mass.
ndis one or two redieenmin's features in
aving a furnace in his cellar. The
urnace ren';ders the cellar a poor
torage for vegetables. so he has
alten to raising rh'ubarb. L~ast fall
e set out some roots in a tub of earth
laced near the furnace. Wednesday
e cut stalks which measured
ches in length. They are pronounacea
of good flavor.
Enamcred Youth-I would go to the
attermost ends of the earth for you
Voice (from the -head of the stairs)
,--Wculd you go somewhere for me
Youth-Certainly, sir; I-er
Voice-Then go home, or out ant
sit on the curb: it is time that gir
was permitted to retire.-otoI
UNDER WHICH KINC
-he More P'ostnin the More Fool-the
More Cofree the More Poison."
-The Pres. of the W. C. T. T'. in: a
young giant State in the Northwest
"I 61: not realize that I was a slave
to) coff' till I left off drinking it. Foi
fihree' or: iour yea rs I wasi obied to
take a n"-e n c vry day. Now I
:: r It k to Po'-"um Food Cofiee.
"'Afte' tiing ouit what~ coffe'e will do
have 't:*v shn r:nit: but he was
not wv::: to ui I studied f.or
le l ': 'ff F'naty I andhi wou
for :nt:: h' se to be.. subject to
frnn:t evoust~ headthen s'
"Thi: str nger youl dIr.nk Postumt the
ngre food y-ou get: the stronger you
iirno c'lee the more poison you get."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
'r-lere's a ran,
rTHE (P ULP1IT.
AN ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON B'i
DR. DONALD SACE MACKAY
Subject: How to Grow a SouL
N'vw Yrk Citv.-Simdny mnrning. In
the llin Cnr.ih e.D.
Donald Sn~c' Ma'kay preached on
"Hov to Grow a Soul." Th text was
froin II Peter iii :1S: "'Grow in iace
Ind in the knowledge of our Lrd :ind
Savionur J1,us Christ." Dr. M k:iv
In the course of my reading the ct her
v-ninr I caile aeross this striking Il
suggestive sentelice. "Wo 'on each
-rcw a soul if we are willing to niny
thei pri . These words set me think
ng. Whar a treien(idous possibility
God has placed inl thlv grasp (if e:tch
one of us. Ve have in our power Ile
opportniity of growing an immor cit;il
soul. That onportuniity is this life-the'
luost(in is. Are we willing to pay thei
Do we realize w.iit the growth of a
soul within us means? Do we. realize
what life is without a soul? We bear
it sometimes said of one that he is a
"soulless mail." I-sui:lV we lunder
stand by tliat deription a man de
void of the ordinary feelinIxs of onr
comnimon Imumanity. lacking in kindli
ness and sympathv. a1 ine:mahie Of
zenorouz action. True enouh. imi a
soulless man in the ren1 import of the
worIds. imnnus a great deal more than
that. To lbe soulless is to be dAd :it
the vital centre of life. It is to be co
r'upt and degenerate at that point in
character from which the divine anld
immorta* springs into power. Soul
lessness is spiritual dezenieracy. It
is w-hat Paul calls "Dead in rrespasses
and sins. without hope ".n1d without
God in the world."
Is it worth -wile. then. paying any
priee if we cnn start with:n omrselves
this growth of an immortal soul? "We
can each grow a soul." said the writer.
"if we are willing to pa:y the nrice.
Assuredly it is worth it. for this is
the one and the only victorious life.''
More thanii that-this is the heia rt of
all true religion. If or relition is not
developing spiritual life within i us our
reliaion is vain. That is the great
thought of Christ's teaching. and in
that He has Piidnisized the deepest
thought of all the great teachers of
the vorld. You may remember. for in
stance. the words of Socr'ates in his
Defense. addresscd' to his ar-ousers.
when in doserihing the greatest wvork a
man on do be said. "For I do noth
ilg but go about ainongst yon. persmivu
iiz voII all like. yo'iung1 andu1 ol. not to
take thought of your per'ns 1r you
propertiezs. but to care ahout te great
est improvement of your soul." Than
that statemeit of the great Greek
teacher the Gospel of Christ enn add
no strongeT emphasis to 0ihe tremen
Idons signiiiicane which belongs lo the
growth of a soul.
And yet it is just at this point that.
for most of us. the real tragedy of
spiritual experience unveils itself.
What is it that most troubles you in
you.' reiligious life, if at any nionient
your give yourself to honest self-exam'
ination? What is the real discourage
ment that haunts us even in our keen
est prayers and most fervent stupplie'a
tions? Is it int just this-our utter
ptover'iy in soul gr'owth. the di dful
lack of any real evidence of progress in
spiritual things? Judged by the or
dinat'y standards of life out' sons do
not grow. At the very ibest they sim
ply stand still. so that spiritually, even
the best of us. are pretty munch as we
were fifteen or twecnty y-ears ago, with
the same tendencies domuinant. the
sain me tintattins present. With others
of us it is worse than that. In spite
of ourV prayers' and aspirations we are
conse-iotus. when we are brave- enough
to face the fact, that spir'ituailly we
row more stunted and dwarfed as the
eai's Pass on. Our faith becomes less
fervid. the sni'it of pirayet' dwindles.
the sense of God evaporates in the
stiflinig atmlosphiere' of selfishness and
wordiiness that wraps itself like a sea
fog around us. T1hiat. I repeat, is the
spiritual tragedy that plays itself out
in the secret plaes of otur lives: sen'
itually we do not grow as we ought:
out' souls lack that touch of life which
reveals itself in ever deepening
srength and power.
WVell. now having faced tihis twvo-fold
faict-on the one baud that each of us
ennt growv a soul if he is willing to paty
the price, and on the other hand tha~t
this soui-growth~ is not being realized
within tus as it otught-let us see this
morninag wvhat -tro some of thekoril
ions in ob ediec:" to whieh sou:-growthi
nmay 1hecome a gloriotus reality for eat(h
one of uS.
1. Let us reeoznize in the first pinieP
what tihe soul i s. wha t it represen s.
T1v rho' sonl, we mueant Sti~iniig (leli
1'' itan ''te mhineia whiIh ti('ks in
the r'ta in, that cenli-uhtes a ndl memnor
izes. that lenus the tricks of trail".
antd practices t hem ini the v:irld.'" Thatt
is not your soul, nithtoughi I dare sayv
it is the only apology for' a soulI se
of us have, The soul is that in von
and ime wihich hats kinsip with God.
It is the chlmbmer it which the divine
soul is tile hioly of 1101iCs in a mani's
life. It is as Paul sn's- ''The Temide
of the H~oly' Ghost.'" When, fort ini
stance, vou feel at timos, as sut'elv at
times we all do, atn almiost overpower
ing yearningr after God, to kntowx IHim.
to be like Hinm, it is your soul that is
speakinig. It is the immottl witin
you. cr'ying out for its kiniship with
God. T1he vitality of your soul, there
ore, is thme pledge of your' iammot'tality.
Destroy lie soul, and yout destroy that
within von withotut which eterniity' is
utinikable. Thtat is why Christ put
snthl cnmhasis (in t he awxful piossliiliy
of losing the sotul. '"What sh:'ll it prit
a nman. ''He said. "if heo gaiin Ih. whole
world and lose his own~ soul'" Notht
img eatn compjens:u that loss. ('hrist
des not say tha-t "'--'ii:ing the world"
nec ssart'ly me::ns i!a SS of the soul:
wha'' t ie says is:ha:t a prize' evien sa
world woul tn t eli st the loss ofi a
im:t idirihuhl sul. Do we realize
Th I rst ' o dtiniirfoo I o l
that so',-zrowtht t' rn-m er n ly t'-.
appedal nd hner-sl by fmoe which
}nn nirt n.. Tn rohr stor.q roi
s- in .f a lIoinIiv <11i
is the fir-t p to (- Oinp:t th
- - q >" -nt l rav 11 b
hoilh nd stron'h. i pii1'l.d f
1ware-., 5 nd no -lio n :m.on-nne'..
Yo 1ko r h, I Ila .1 I n iitea .e d
h el i t. . l o n t h e T iTe .i1 v "l a:
r l - 'ily o in fc"1 honi (1) w 'i imb t n4
iAfro food, *'rt bsr: not riceir dli . a
orit ir. t lie nh'~in:~ --r lin~e
by mlrtjfier-!:mt lin1nz. nicu1 artifliil 1'v'",,,, a
n Imi, ol-A Wn t h ho' Anils il So 1
11i, he',- J)l i Li ynml' . Ihlo (-11t j; S;MI) 0l. a
UPo vvill Q-v : --**C'* , \O it ii"' f) el'n
mor s nlif .ie 1m c lil noi ich r A dit. d
't i OO .*i- i N ir the tif':1 C.b1 n ho cOiiI. 0i
b rouls tme l j5ivin '. n 1m1 artiuei d liv i
1i"-e!e.dol is- erpem'od :,I,, 51gr-'q
is t iiv - mIvor of n ' life. v''p
oliv n w''in or lh imii withli 1n th:1 .
ehi h eI omn vone. hd feonrei of liv
ill-. ha)1: 1"!,% R)rI-tlIl Nviiliitl 11 -
-t i fleven 1 he ueiih. of wh on1.
(n-t 'Zoul hrI s inred ad s tute d hlin
:0i 1 e i r -hof I e o01. If (1 ."""''
entv v follow a life ofleli 1qN nO
.pOisfor m,. wnryor nid ith al t
~("oul. )Vlv i eliiI-1pisll-.. evilhedi
'1hih olirted end nt ins i for n;ma liu
'inn. -h . th nrit "are wulc l'i4n stO1S
tIInt 1nl t sl 'ithinle us nrWin .Iet of
is II rl, iir e l fi- h11,1 to ma V if r-Iv e t
to vro0\ :I 'iil? V.Q' 11"'ti ela III,
I tI a rrol of hi fo i e 1 nl-ll If il
provsionfor i- or tind omunirn
wili o ll.101 w ic forse il hhite
rhenonri hetof toN whirit. hin Ihat
min-r. in cO m . 9hen1 we a1e ~is er tey
tihp shl will ievitahin lsWa to trhn.
Th vitality of youri Soil]N ~illondofiil.
Trs. reouruerative DowerIS .11 51l*0 l DI
it theie nowers 11t ha vo iwir o
portunity. Helre is- a ulizasp wlvhieli is
stuntlil- 1mg d slowly killing I1 illy -
-111 1 -willing. to fuilfill tle( coliditiofln
111tko owri iil growth a n: iIyth
:1. a Tit leads to 1110 ind ir i it.f n
11,limt i5 !%,tt eolldilioll? And who of
moS. o life whihl qtronmthra. is Slifont 10rm in
met thiat ion itiot- for thiont eer- 1
t fils. b m o01 twh efirts. Ione toha
Ir whioo wru*. alainlst umous. the
otlllot. by willy Strivily of hou oow.
Thoe virityl orowth. If wo are ul
Tr'to add a recliuir w o or nliysi.a I
I1t the'e. itttcl less mus1 we :dd to our
poritily ~rowth. ot. tne whlb of !
mrist i ln to fufow ill te111(1 illti
1whichss wi ll rndnt. thtn. dis one. onf
art grow th aThe o f Ciist is
11, ayswer. 0tr11-n th.s o f is l( t
vrsoe ithos 1 trlil fonhnwith wim.We
'us 1whi0h war15~f1 aainstl on:. 1oul. WI'51
lo t e spirit na Jegrowth . If nw re n-n
t 4 a 1 tht to u 4h00l wI nI
Poet on iuc. lMake Cr t the h te
orf i-ot wIt' h Y hleI ill t itin.l of
ahis eve moment yot r peond in His
prtcwe i a Tpieioe of shrit is1
iowth within our souls Tht sow iay
oil e.11i1,ot c-heek: no10i Sell im ~uier itC
f yon ate living in whe ithimp1100. of
. ('liritsq lifp. It is nnt 011, -tiil-in S
rotl stggas That .(rlr to tu Statre
of ill( Soiul: it is, 0our faith. Sifill-IN' as
retht of a little el wles. Iain 1b0r41
f tetlv onflm raeveli Christ.m
ofld oup til prl.ayru ay, meitiois
anreery( inomn yis spind in.H.
remseeios a intid ofI spiritualF
growth wit o laul. Tany droth~~
vo tnnot cheek: govein enn hinder it
Ifluene hivonr life The amosre eplf
fndlyttuglines a at tof yosaure
All thyou:av ito is o fil timpe asn
tit of a littl hld thiuh. ayin1 hel r
of te. Woe sf God rae itnc Christ.
mreand int o sdb sike e mst
Npa.siask, isY ) the veytif strange I
or ofystero aot thn:?I slf-itualE
from' o tofsomehihgvern inyresb
wf metadever t.tlopmenuti tirel ant.I
Tsel tote nyteme of su.c As waes
thukgof i to mand tatw ter i nt l
~irtsh of yourife mnd bethe mtre at-a
onily itI befomis oeanpalrt f goralf.
-ll wel hare todo sfOVto~h ful1 te enn
UI tin oflap contito togd aeondith O
row th.vft spe.k fvr instce. ofa
manve eeing posseslty wesmems le
andstim- siit is e h life wf line'a
or1f pwer ur of sodi tel-ns sto i
wecof ois-fsm ihrineet u
4-hee ,i I-h reslte sthe same
CIstent eing~ upotV moulds4 chr. I
notr ntoit likn ess t\(ti1-ild!l
Soi iiiith Ith soul tha surr~ ender1
.tsef t -the infle tof 01us tsie' -
s i ri ofIl I I i l i. ad brstheI the at
mophr ofi i II il gst ingeadpuiy drat'
u'ly e ar'e tasomdaiiesu
wih 1n4 line up ito a eCtnition e
ofr e itsliwu i 1ve.OsEvepoer we 1.1
s-v. 111 ever fa u e yw pand es il ..
1-emos~- interenetate by~i n ofi tspi
an bee~''1notIvi srt wislifet we luite
'Iiln 11 u sed~vn i to tell wthld s.
"oop i l ia n I pc-rec the Gs-l.t
tiuc1 dor i~ts:' Wh,''. sa.lh , " a
a-:e way and' buied twoat hree ofC
11 I no~ n. I a .f as fas h myol
le wuh crr m. ndI shoted
'Neip: help' help ' 1-t Peole i
say.-Pou oh!lir.I~il isgettng de1d
say to him n ry a uiel an nh
IM detfred nlesmthin sh5al
interose ad ou all oee of ihse
days bectm soewa dn~iffer. Ifo
what en no ore. Itig o do uie
nowlfr yo in nolde blde os.
Th odrwt'i'c of fasio heried nnn
reand 'itp ont that haut o:iln
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Nothing pleased Frederck the Great
I Prussia more than the present
f a giant or two to add to his regi
2enlt of tall men.
IT.4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~i pommi v-ua.N . .-,rv erou
erve 216 r-. 1 ri ibot t leandtreat is-f-a
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ebim;. Blind. B!eedin, Protruding Pilh'e.
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azoomm:nt fils to eutre in 6 toM dayv.t0).
The Kaiser' airomarie is the only ]uf
ithatu t a l ,itll e i ruI -i.
To Ctr.' a (:01 inl One J)ar.
ak" 1.axative Broma Quinint Talbb':s.
ruigi-t- rfu ii tmo-v f it faii, .ar. .E.
1etlitt0 Lit I"c ' iodj o a Jo::r
al ct os-i i. i, a vegetarnm.
Itch eured iin 30 minutes by Woolford's
tnitarv Lotica; inever fails. Sol! IV
rugisrs. 31;.il orders promptly tilled
v Dr. Detchor . Crawfordhville, lnd. *.J.
l:e Kleair i hi.- sporlS emnploy- di
le mn111I iml proveoments."
Talor's Cherokee Rtemedy of Swr-et Gium
nd Mullen is Natures gr-at re'nely-Ct1':1
iths. Colds. Croup and Consuniption.:md
! throat jn/1, lung troubles. At druggia:..
i., -0(.. ad t1.03 per bottle.
Clit resolutioins o ut and live the
Aighttlt life withouit then. eiCt you'?
WILD WITH ITCHING HUMOR,
ruption Broke Out in Spots All Over
Body - Cured at Expense or Only
S1.2->.-Thanke Cutleura Remediec.
"The Cuticura Remedies cured me of my
'in dise? .e. and I am very thankful to
on. My trouble was eruption of the skin,
hich broi-e out in spots all over my body,
iad caused a continual itching, which
early drove mae wild at times. 1 got
iedicine of a doctor, but it did not cure
c. and woen I saw in a pater your ad.,
sent to you for the Cuticura book and I
Ltudied my ease in it. I then went to the
rug n'ore an~d bought one cake of Cuti
trit soap, one box of Cuticura Ointment
nd one vial of Cuticura Pills. Fronm the
rst aIplicationl I rcceivecd relief. I used
ne first set and two extra cakcs of Cuti
ura Soap. and was completely cured. I
ad suffered for two y-ears. cand I aga:n
ank Cuticura for my cure. Claude 23.
ohnson. Maple G;rove F-arm. R. F. D. 2,
Valnut, lsan., June ., 195."
MUST DO THAT.
Mis. Subbubs-My new neighbor in
Mrs. Citiman-Arnd does she never
Mrs. Subbubs-Only my ,isits.
The Genuine is
Tne l'ul name of the oc
is printed on the front
The G]enuine- Syrup o:
Packages Only, by
Knowing the above wi)
dons made by piratical con<
dealers. The imitations a1
therefore be declined.
Buy the genuine diwa'
It cleanses the system gently
Swhen bilious or constipatec
Skidneys, liver, stomach and E
Sby men, women or children
Seffects from actual use and oi
laxative remedy of the well
AlWays buy the Genui
RAISED FROM A DEATH-SED.
Mr. Pitt-a, Once Pronounced Ineuralole,
Has4-N Ueen Well Three Years.
E. E. Pitts. 60 Hathaway St.. SkOw
legan. .le.. sny-s: "Seven years :go
mv back ached and I was so run down
that I was laid up
four months. I
hiad night sweats
and fntiing spells
a nd dropped to 9o
pounds. The urine
P assed every few
minites with in
tense Paiin and
looked like blood.
Dropsy set in and
the doctors decided
I could io live. My wife got me usilg
D.an' Kiduey Pills-and as they helped
wne I took heart. kept on and was cured
S' toroiugh!y that I've been well tliree
Sold Iy all denlers. 50 ceits :I box.
Foster-Milburu Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
King Philip VI of Spain collected
dwarfs, and many diminutive spec!.
ients of humanity were sent him on
Catarrh .;anytot He Cured
With LOCAL APPLIcArioYs, as they eanno.
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a
Ulood or constitutional disease, and in order
to cure it yoUa must rake internal remedies.
halla Catarr? Cure is taken internally. and
acts directly on the blood and mucoussurface
.1all's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.
lt was tjrescribed by one of the best pUysi.
cians in this country for years. :.nd i. a re;
uiar prestription. It js composed oi the
Oest tonies known. eombined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on the mu
cousisurfaces. The perfect combination o:
tue two ingredients is what produces such
wonderful results in curing catarrh. -eud
Ivr testimonials, fre-.
e. J. CHZNE & Co.. Props., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. price. 75e.
Take 1all's Family Pills lor constipatioa
Children Overflowed Wagon.
A Pike county man with so inany
ehildren lita his wagon wvouln't hold
them, recently drove into M1ilford,
Penn.. wih a buggy hitched on behind
.ls wagon, in which the su:-okus was
Good Luck Coqpons.
Good Luck Bak
is a blessing to goo<
far, every time, and
when you use
Furthermore, it is
of the high priced Kin'
That's money in your poc
If von cut out the
these, see the gift book f<
Your grocer cughi
Baking Powder. If no
THE SuHR F
yrup of Fig
Manufactured by the
t Fig Syrup Co.
~mpany, California Fig~ Syrup C
of every package of the genuir
fFigs- is for Sale, in Original
Reliable Druggists Everywl
1enable one to avoid the fraudulent in
:erns and sometimes offered by unreli
e known to act injuriously and sh~
~s if you wish to get its bezneficial effi
yet effectually, dispes colds and heada
[, prevents fevers aind acts best on
owds, when a laxative remedy is ne
MVany millions know of its bend~
their onpersonal knowledge. It is
ne- Syrup of Figs
.NUFACTURED BY THE
CURES ____n _
Send foCrA wiDretcrr.
Dr. EARL S. SLOAR. 615 Aany St., Boston Mass.
, vdBY A
mamwV."027. im e,-:1.n. L 11au-ed eductie
TA.-ALA. BUHIE3 COLLEGE M3, v km
lohn Whit & Co.
figh est marLket p r e
paid for raw -
,,9 Il yWaIer
PRICE, f 25 Ctsflf
'.TO CURE THE GRP
.!N ONE DAY i
- I won't sell A
-HASNSJag lAgIf E [ . Canl for you
lIASO EQ~ ~F. W. Die.
,,... 7 and all la nd,. of ;rden pda
PaIt-.. vrovwn In rhe rp-n ai
fl, of th.- n. . reliki.e .-e
thot-awst acre truc:. farmn 1
tinieorearlier. Red w..t ex
w iI gie u. o pr cent. .*
$..t perthouwanI. lartA mo
get I. S. U. Arlin. ton Whir
ba.established an E.xperimr
of vegetables eir eriallY Cabiaoae. Ihe r-, i.t -f
give you at any time.- Yours tesprmctfuy. -N. u.
ing Pow der, tihe absolutely pure
1 cooks. You cau count on a:
bank on yo~ur baking being er
to e-;er woman's interest t~a purchase
Is. It is sold at an honest price-!
ket-about 3oo per cent.-every time the
conilons found on back of each can
ior list and pictures of
ua~ld iniside each can. TmIs
to have Goodi Luck .
will you seni dus his Solid Car-I
.CO., Richmond, Va. EACHC
ere.-- - -
sia y prospective purchasers C! tnginles and
w-'ier. are u-dcr:he impre'sion tat becausethe
Aul. TChrott'ing Engine i6 of sucb high gra4e,
A4.1 huause it is fi.ted with a balance va!ve and
r.m11n bearir.. such as or.y Corlisr erginesof
onIv. makes Co:-:2in.i: is necesarily of such
pa i. that it is q ste Out Of their reach. This is
to, itre. An) A:las eng i; no higher in prce
ih.i.. any other enzir. except phiC, dC
rar I- made e'ntirely in a foundry.
I--a your inforna - . the:efore, we give for
i. pr-Cnt an approx'Mate price .pon a ."16
ioling Atlas Engine, rara;c 43 to 00
Hers.c' Power nf
's:rnlude engine complete with band wheel,
yowernor. throttle v~ave, and all regular trim
n ., and represents the price delivered f. o.
1. .r factor. or, if in stock a- oar Agencies
a. Mao of the Icliowing points.
Noricik. Va. Minrneapolia. Minn.
Anderson. S. C. Onaha. Neb.
Augst2. Ga. New Orleans. La.
hiontgomery. Ala. Greensboro. N. C.
Dr loines. Iowa .Mlemphis. Tenn.
reveport. La. Birmingham, Ala.
V. Smith. Ark. Leavenworth, Kas.
Newi Bern. N. C. Joplin, Mo.
,cksonvillc. Fa. Littic Rock. Ark.
MTLAS NC4iNE WORKS
,.1'or .ae worth of L ad in. 1'u6 noveltie in 'hoi
-- 4:'.srd..;i Nedsi. il- worth cf Luiversal l're
1ui11ut a; mous. frei. with every order.
.141 i.iuA.N0'jS SEED .-TRLE, BALTIMORE.
~a. .;- ' A GENTS to sell Health Hizair
W V gasa-odc. Ha-ir .r .wer: cures danuraff. fal!ling
bha.s. go.w.,atraig..t har; akes aut tlo curl; f.fieen
s tot naniple. L F.ER. Sitntelair. N. J.
GUANE TO CURE
D COLD, HEADAC!E AND NEURALGIA.
,"11-GriaAne to a dealer who won't Guarante" It.
. M.% F.Y BACK IF IT DOESW"T CURME.
Ar,.J., Manufacturer. Springfield., M
a CELERY Piants!
i. ,r. :wv, f.:rnish all kinds of cahrage
- sr,.: wuil vran great cold. -rown fromn
V .: use tih.- same plauts ton our
ai.et 44n-rui y cotinted and pr..p--rlyuack.
.A -1.4.- iion and Beet plan s. sn.
rt-i- .e -'wormse. % hi -h.when effective.
.s.1i -;. iw.intr raeS P ces: *"nail lo s
:r r :er tho:1.*. n :. F'. ou. B . Me g
n. i rij mth~e r Se.-d Aj (.euts -"r pou..
111, r;.aa.es .5 triculoial ueprartment
1i.: SI.u. onu a.to test all kl-aus
i. a-.' ..a't-runfnr- wi wt be pl. ased To
I'"TiH COMPANY- MEGOETTS. S. 0,
Counts for a Premium
arnd re liable leavener,
poofll to go just so
sp, light and tempting
this reliable brand instead
a cents. for a pound can.
>aoiny powder can is empty.
e wi: sen you useful and
CLTO'r ('N LABEL OF EVERY CAN
::'irySNI, CUT COUPON FOLLCW TMIS L!NE
d'GOOD LCKBAKING POWDER6
MiiS cAR AND SAVE IT. THEY ARE ,
VALUABLE ARTICLES. SEE LIST IN a
. Address: TnE DEPAR'rMENT $TroRE O
R M NM,. CO. Casurac 85! Racoteauo VA. U.S.A. 1
SCrops That Convince
V e wIl convince you that you
nat "increase y our yields per acre"
cta you won't have to keep it a so
<1 rt, eithef. Read what Messrs.
T'Iberry & Son, of the Magnolia
Frit Farmx, Durant, Miss., wrire:
'rom two acres of strawberries,
enwhich 1.000 pounds of
per acre were used, we clcared a
; raefit of~ Z' '10 per nere maore than
11ttc other 14X acres of strawberries
y hieh had orly 500 pounds of this
iaertalizer." Th',a doruble the quan
atyaof these fertilizersron each acre
1 ::.ny crop, en d more than dou017y
'..:reni:c you"" e y '-l pos're." Be
j;e e ~r: ida.
ha * -. ca:.:ed b
cleanlg heauing and germi
* cidal galiities unlike anyting
euse. At all druggists. go cents
LARGE TRIAL PACKAGE FREE
're R. Dotton Cn., Eoston, assS.