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m:kes Laby nervous and fretfut
and stops ga:n in weight.
is the bert food-medicineforteeth
ing babies. It strengthens the
nerves, supplies lime for the teeth,
keeps the baby growing.
Get a scml bottle now. Al DrugOsts
Cotton Baskets Galore
A sight that attracted a good
dal of attention on the public
square on Friday was two wag
ons loaded with haTnper bask
ets. The wagons had frames
on, and on every standard a
pile of baskets, stacked one
within the other, like hats in
the old game of "pull-over hats"
projected hizh up in the air.
The baskets were a little wider
4t the top than at the bottom,t
with the bottom somewhat
rounded; the general shape of a!
ilerby. minus the brim, Some
of the hmkets were made. of(
white oak splits, lgut most of(
them of pa.-t-oak and qther caks
white oak being very hard to
The baskets were well made.
The makers are Messrs. Stock
man and Stockman, of lower
No. 9 townshif. They startcd
two wagons to town w*.th 114
ba-ket;, but thrt e were sold
before they reached here. 'I h
others found a ready sale in
town, most of them, if not all
being taken by the Summer
Prothers Company. The Messrs.
stocknian have made more than
two hundred hamper baskets for
the coming cotton crop, and are
still at it.-Newberry Observer.
If your liver is sluggish and out of tone,
and Fou feel dul. bilious. cor stipated'
take a doze of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring
and you will feel all riht in the morn
ing. Sold by all druggists.
Resigned Eleven OffiCEs.
Mr. D. H. Ellis, of Columbia,
representing The Mutual Life
Insurance Company, of New
York, was in the city a week
ago in the interest of his com
pany. HIe is a native of Hamp
ton county, and for twenty
years has been one of the most
prominent and best loved resi
slents of Allendale, where he re
signed upon his removal to Co
lumbia a few months ago, elev
en offices, religious, fraternal
and municipal. Quite a strong
article from his pen appeared
simultaneously in the Christian
Advocate and Hampton Guard
ian not long since, in opposition
to the whiskey traffic.-Bam
In buying a cough medicine, don't be
afraid to ge't Chamberiain's Cough Rem
edy. There is no dange.r from it, and re
lief is sure to fllow. Especially recomn
mended for coughs. C< ids and whooping
cough. &ld by all druggists.
Good Roads Prescription.
At a recent meeting ot the highway
commission and road supervisors of
Baltimore county, Md.. Dr. Chat-les L.
Mattfeldt, one of the highway commis
sioners, wrote the following prescrip
tion for good roads:
On good grades,
Over good b>ase.
Dry and well packed,
Rolled and rolled,
Oiled or tarred
And properly draiaed.1
Dustless and wate.iproo
Success will follow.
It will be noticed that the letters
forming the begInning of each line
spell "good roads."
Do You Get Up
With a La.me Back? (
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. 0
Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer'sd
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, be-t
-cause of its remark
able health restoring
T .Root fulfills almost
. every wish in over
Il\ jicoming rheumatism,i
:pain in the back, kid
4j neys, livcr, bladder
Sand every~ part of the
~ . urinary passage. It
corrects inahility to
hold water and scalding pain in passiiig it, 1
or bad effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up) many
times during the night.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
everything but if you have kidney, liver
or bladder trouble, it will be found just
the remedy you need. It has been thor
oughly tested in private practice, and has
proved so successful that a special ar
zengement has been made by which all
readers of this paper, who have not al
ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how to1
findoutif yoUhave kid
ney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention
reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmner & Co., som <- n
Binghamton, N. Y. The regular fifty-cent
and one-doular size bottles are sold by
all druggists. Don't make any mistake )]
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. XRilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
drss llinghamltonl,N. Y.,on every bottle.1
Bhake Into Your Shoes
Uen's Foot Ease, a powder. It curfs
ainful, swollen smartiig, nervous feet
6d instantly takes the sting cut of
:orns and bunlon- and makes walking
,asy. Try it to-day. Sold everwhere;
sample FREE. Address, Allen S.
)An stwl, IleRoy, N. Y.
As to Our Latchstring.
We of Charleston are never'
iappier than when entertainiing
hose "damned up-countryni-n"
-eferred to by Editor Jam s A.
Joyt, of The Coluibii stc'Lor014,
miless it be when we -o visitivlg
hem. South Caroliaa people
tre learning to find in Charles
on a real welcome when they are
;o wise as to visit us, and the
verage Charlestonian finds no
)etter people for hosts than his
riends about this State. After
ll South Carolina is the home
)f hospitality, and Charleston
vishes to lay no exclusive claim
o the sincere entertainment of
he strangers within her gates.
[he stranger invariably feels in
his State a subtle and fine flav
)r in the hospitality that comes
'reely from open homes.
It is good for South Carolina's
ons and daughters to be neigh
1borly, and friends who come t(
Charleston from other parts of
the State are, in truth, as we7
come as the flowers in May.
A Womas Back
Has many aches and pains caused bj
weaknesses and falling, or other displace
nent, of the pelvic organs. Other symp
toms of female weakness are frequent
headache, dizziness, imaginary specks or
dark spots floating before the eyes, gnaw
ing sensation in stomach, dragging or
bearing down in lower abdominal or pelvic
region, disagreeable drains from pelvic
grgans, faint spells with general weakness.
If any considerable number of the above
symptoms are present there is no remedy
h t w) ive quicker relief or a more per
ma ent than Dr. Pierce's Favorite
?r .t has a record of over forty
years of c It is thl most potent
)nirAtIng tonfc an(1_trengtheninaner
v nown Q al science. It Is made
of i yeric extracts o natve medici
nal roots found in our forests and con
tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or
habit-forming drugs. Its ingredients aTe
all printed on the bottle-wrapper and al
4ested under oath as qorrect. ~
Every ingredient entering 4nt9 *a.
vprite Prescription" 4as the writteu e
4orsemnent p the most eminent mediil
writers of ll the several schools of prac
tice-nore valuable than any amount of
latter are not lacking, having been con
iributed voluntarily by grateful patients
in numbers to exceed the endorsements
given to any other medicine extant for
the cure of woman's ills.
You cannot afford to accept any medicine
of unknown composition as a substitute
for this well proven remedy OF KNOWN
cOMrOSTION, evon though the dealer may
make a little more profit thereby. Your
interest in regaining health is paramount
to any selfish interest of Msl and it :s an
insult to your intelligence for him to try
to palm off upon you a substitute. You
know what you want and it is his busi
ness to supply the article called for.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
original "Little Liver Pills" first put up
by old Dr. Pierce over forty years ago,
much imitated but never equaled. Little
sugar-coatid granules-esyto take a,
ROAD DRAG PARADE.
Novel Movement at Sturgeon, Mo., For
A road drag parade half a muile in
ength attracted a crowd of people to
turgeon, Mo.. the other day and un
loubtedly converted many who will
ake up the work in the future.
The parade was beaded by the Stur
~eon band. In carriages were the oill
era of the Brotherhood of Road Drag
ers, and then followed the drags.
vhch were furnished by,the farmers
iving near town. At the end of the
>rocession r.n automobile owned by
3. A. Pollard carried a drag, and this
eature was liberally ap)plaluded, along
he line of march.
Sturgeon is trying to sustain her rep
itation of having the best dirt roads
f any city in the state, and the road
rag is doing the work.
Dysentery is a dangerous disease but
in be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
holera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
een success,fully used in nine epidemics
f isentery. It has never been known
>fail. It is Equally valuable for chil
ren and adults, and when reducded
rith water and sweetened, it is pleasant
take. Sold by alldraggists.
New Road Preserver That Works.
The EsseX counity (N. J.i park com
uision bldieve&s tha:it it ha:s found the
host serviceable anid nt the same time
he simiplest road p)reserver and dutst
.liminator in a cheap preparation
rhich is mbade from wvood pulp andi.I
ixed with waiter. is sp)read on the
onds by means of an ordinary sprin
ler. The nmateril hats been tried onl
:he roads of Orange park with great
uccess. The mixture, while holding
he surface together. :imrdens it and
esists the wear of automobiles.
Life 100,000 Years Ago.
Scientis,ts have found in a cave in
switzerlandl bones of men, who lived
.00years "go, when life was in con
tant dlanl er from wild beasts. To-day
he datnger is shown by- A. W. Brown
f Alexander. Me. is largely from dead
v disease. "If it had not been for Dr.
~ing's New Discovery, which cured me,
could not have lived!." he writes, "'suf
ering as I dIi I from a severe lung trou
l and stubborn cough." To cure sore
.ungs. Colds, oOstinate Coughs, and
revent pneumonia, it is the best med
cine on earth. 50c and $1.00. Guaran
ee b al ..nun,n st. Trial bottle free.
-.......... ..eop a b6 p t . . .......... .
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
ting the StmdBowilsof
Aperfect Remedy forConslirz
tion, Sour Stoiach,Diarr1t
FrSFacsi7nmd s te cr
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Cheap Excursion Rates Vii Southern
Seattle , Wash. and Iteturn: A--count
Alaska-Yukon-Pacifie Exposition. Tick
ets on sale May 24th until Sept. 30th
final lin,it returning October 31, l!09
Diverse routes with stopover privileges.
Summer excursion rates in effect May
29 to September 30th final limit October
Convenient schedules and superior
train service to all points in all directi ns
via SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
For information in dotail. c i1 Q i any
agent of the Southern Iajro Ld or ad
J. L. Meek, W. E. McG -e.
Atlanta. Ca. A ugusti, G k.
A G. P. A., T- 1'. A.,
Respect For Old Age.
"Jotnas. did you beat that rug accord
in' t o orders ?"
"No. S'muanthy; I just didn't."
"Didn't? What's the reason. I'd like
'Cause, S'mantlhy. whlen I got It
out on the lIne there aIn' saiw how
frittered an' feeble It was I didn't
have the heart to lambuste it. I know
I have a shortage of virtues. S'mranthy.
but I want you to know that respect
for old age Isn't one of 'em."-Boston
A Geld Road.
At Oroille. In Butte county. Cal., a
section of roadway has been found so
rich in 'piacer gold that an atpplicatlin
has been made for permisslon to
dredge It. The miner who makes the
applIcatIon to the authorItIes agrees.
aceordIng to newspaper reports, to re
place the road by one fully as good as
or better than the present one, It would
seem, however, that If the cIty owns a
gold mine It would pay better to work
it and get the money for the city treas
ury. Not many citIes In the country
can boast of payIng gold dleposits In
the public streets, and there It proha
bly a dearth of precedents to guide
the city council in its actIon.
Automobiles to Haul Road Drags.
A.,t Salina, Kan.. anm effort is being
made to Induce each automiobolist to
drag several miles of road after each
rain. The theory Is that the u.se of the
drag places the earth oni the crown of
the road], where It dri's and1( hardens.
After another raIn a repel t ion of the
draggIng carries on more earth. whIch
In turn hardens, and after a few such
applIcatIons of the drag there Is a con
sIderable hardened surface to.the road
which does not easIly disintegrate. The
employment of the motor car to haul
the drag would demiogstrate a hItherto
unemployed utIlity of the machIne.
(B. B. B.) Cures Through the Blood
BONE PAINS, CAN- l
(ER, SCALY SKIN, W J
B.B3. B. (Botanic Blood Blood) is the
mnly Bloodl Remedy that kills the po's-mf
n the blood and then purifies it-send
ng a flood of pure, rich blood direct to
lie skin surface, hones, joints. and
wherever the disease is located. In this
way all sores, ulcers. pimples, eruptions
are healed and cured. pains and achesI
if Rheumatism cease, swellings subside.
B. B. B. completely changes the body
into a clean healthy condition, "iving
the skin the rich, red hue of perfect
ealth. B. B. B. cures the woist old
ases. Trv it.
BOT ANIC BlooIJ BALM-BBB
I' JIeat'nt andt 're to take: eoinpo e( of pure Vt
i buiibl, up the broken downt .mtemh. li)ru
giyts i.i.rI- LA RGjE U(YI'TLi- with diree.
tions for home cure.
Snld a Al rT... Stes.
For Infants and Children.
[he Kind You Have
J~ jar Over
7WE CKWTAUR COMPANY. NCW YORKi CITY
Great Value of Trece.
That towu is rapidly bis:1 m:;le
beautiful particularly where Ithe i)
ple are awake to the vl:ue of tres.
which are invalualb.e. They hwrvn4e
the value of property. vnh1nct:e
beauty of architecture. ecol i the air in
summer and radiate warmth inl winter
and purify the air. They create sen';I
ment, counteract thei uinatural condI1
tions of city or town life. promote vd
ucation of children and encourage mut
Petter Roads Needed to Hold Business.
The question of improvin, the ro:al
approaches to Little Falls. N. Y.. is :f
vItal interest to the town's tmerchnts.
Farmers on all sides of the town com1
plain that the roads to Little Falls.
particularly within the town limits.
are so bad that they wiulil the
drive tiiles fnirther to Iler% ime I r
some other tmarket. where pitt;-s te
ceived for their ipro duce is wi h ~itess.
than rack their wn:rons and injtute t hteit
horses onI the lad remls.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
byV locail pplications, ats they cannot
reach disteased lportiono'f thm ear, There
s only oIne way to cure deafn 'es.an
that is by c'otstitutijonal remedies,
Deafness is caused by an irflamned con
dition c-f the mIuc ons liing of th
Eustachiani Tube. Wihen this tubhe is in
flamed vou have a rumbling sounrd or
imperfect htering, aind when it is entire
ly closed. Deafness is the result. And
unless the inflammatiou can he taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hiearifig wdli oe des:royed for
ever; uine cases out of ten arn causted by
Catarrh, which is~ nothing hut an in
flamed condition of the mzucous stur
We will give One IIundred Dellars
for any case of Deafness (caused b;
catarrh) that cannot, lie cured by H .IEls
Catarrh Cutre. Mend for circultars, free.
F. J. CH ENNE~Y & CO., Tiledo. 0.
Sold by all Druzeists. 75e.
Takte Hall's Family Pills for -ar.stti;i
Althoutgh living in a part of' New
York city, the 100 or mote military
prisoners on Governors island haveo
many cuistonms which mtake it seem as
though they were another land. Tiime
is not counted by them in mere days,
weeks and months, bitt in "broomas.''
Many of the p)risoners are sbart-ter:n
men, and they are detailed to poelice
the grounds. Of course, this means
much sweeping, and a hiroom lasts
about a month. Thus, two "brooms."
In army lingo, means two months. No
prisoner is permitted to salute an of
fer in the manner p)rescribedl for
soldiers who behave themselves. In
stead, they fold the.r arms and hook
straight to the fr"nt whenever they
pass those entitled to a salute. A sol
ier who is a pi)?soner is never re
'erred to by his name; his official
number, which is stenciled upon isa
lothing, is used insteatd.
Help Near at Hand.
Gyer-What's the matter, old man?
ou look as mad as a March hare.
Myer-Mad! I'm so mad I can hard
7 see straight.
Gyer-That being the case, i'd ad.I
rise you to visit that bottling od.alb
shment just around the evnerz.
Gycr--Why, for the t'ir.M. of
Sees Mother Grow Young.
"'It would be hard ove state the won
lerflt change in myv mothr since am
>gan to use Electrtic IBt tere." writ,
irs. Wi.. I . Gilpatrick of IDantfor;th. ':.
'Alouighi pasit 7ii she* sen.s ra lly to
>e growing vouing again- ~ She su'. --ri I
mtold mnis--ry ftromt dyv.p"l- eia td
ar:.. At last :..he coubli neither m-:ti.
I ink nor sleep. Doctoirs a.ave le p I
irgans, cure Liver antd i.olney trouh ol,5
nduce sheeT. impart str-engtht and al
T:rtd~ OrA Ibrm.
-- :r S. : erio l.-n't riIle a horse
it b L: i tii' Iro-i piles,"
I.-Il ~ v A('iil :. C : ell
GARDEN' CF T K 2 DEAD.
Plan to rv, Cc.:.r.C cri .riZ.it, At.
t aht I .\: r i t ale an'n:edttz_.
i ti." I l: u b8 li ,r liu I :n rns. :-iealIts.
-nt, uo '1,- o: - :0/a n Alt
w l1 u .1 tl l i .- lk t i b
tl it r . l i 4: 1 L:'
GARD E it F T DDI. I.
tr* cv and Ch r . ,I
1 'u Ii- e
i "u b ta i i . h tia IiL'.
t o : : i. w n t ;.. (
ceiv: vi*' is 0(-v( (II j !!~Ii t i':
if' iliLre arL suchI!l'. Itso be :k n ij::
; Iv1- r li e k Nvn 1,
u n. e h ; ti:, It hr i.'!,':Iu ilit tiIn'
Iv r .l Lne ::: f .ar the ;1 l w i
tIh Imb. rf i -prr,. i; i 's beenLe tI
lir t in r' . ;;: . : :vL n( t vit
:I r l i :.1:2rt.:nini e :r l . I "
How: i:.la s Lc ,--.or: io "A ::r
nn!ati S.ehetie Years: A-go.-Es
In .. l 'i .
o ri i Li 'lr':;t i *n- in ;re 1 I11:
,;1r !1 - . : - Iv
at lI~ : 1 I vI ) -.vi r:- I I l a r, Ib-t?- il t14
bri h It : t t r ' i- e :d t hli . Ij ' I 111 1''
ters I: l: t' . n I --- ' t I rk 11 ' i
'I a VII' 11111 1L'LT f1 IIT , . L o
Il:if t p,_- s ivs.I :: : . I Ive 'I''s i
( i i i : 1.t ! .( :. but '
by te e: . ty: re Y 'rs A.'
gIlLI?-- t . N -e Lil b
an z l" th. .
Wte: aire weGrn.rn forout ,vt-is.
\\t hil"llth;' Lol'lmia-l iht tb
m '~ t )o e - h w'! r .n , i "ei
:n- ad , . r T 'Ne'. -. e t n-d
tii a .1 J g l t o : . S -
Ho NihlsLegot Bo.edCn
cinnati Seen y-iv Ye rAo
In ou isteri :rie of:nvetiin
we n::iy tielude 1 -trevsit elr
ing tat weare !ioiwes in .e i
For nervous, tired woi
dui. Cardui is a woman's
cally on the female organs
effect on the whole system
ingredients, being a pure N
suffer from some form of f
at once and give it a fair- ti
It Will I
Mrs. W. W. Gardner, of Padu
"I think Carhii is just graINd. I b
I am 48 years iIf and feel like a d
tai-ing it- I un:'d to sulc* 1'o!1
and sleenlessness, but n1mv le p;n
I highly recomm""end Cardui foi
AT ALL DE
ARE CUR R1ADS TC 0 W!DE?
Cernia;- F*gOways Narrcwer. Lut Bet
t4*4 r.iain,tained, Szys a Con.ul.
11 e of the hi-.llwvys of
;erl:.1nY :V. 1Wimcumpa: Xi wi: h thi 1 i rf
l' i!ld StIlves is furni.1. d I '' No!)
er J. TMIos-n. (1*nsu at en.'r:
Germ:n: roads*(r perhnlps ujte
to a hundrel ~i t'' i:nes inl'.' tr' l t: Ihal
.L :;!ar rl.ds In I h- I'llittd ,tnte,S.
T1:e Iinds r:e frf:I,m Iwv'ty to
thirty 1'-et in 'width. whi:e in our mdl
tile an1d w4esern statews. where tr1ailie i.;
c4-1:t. a t ively liH:f. 've take I:ld (f
:111 a.V1erage valui f 8I0) per avre anl
cut it up with r.1.;tways :d ty-six Ie'et
in width. l(:netie)y Iw'-iids of the
s:eiein, "i-venl ;uvl e ov ds. wh
ur -h an inexha .-:1ih1. k, S'u)p!Y G
Sceds filr the adjiigfamhis
Telio ianea r Ii G'eriman w v hvlo h,s c(n
ficv...(d the v.veds onl his grould nevcd
h1:ve 1n) thouhzlit of I htln mv bl. StarCte
ngain from uniltiv:tted or uneared for
haId alonig the rn:adways. Tero are
10 Weeds. no mud. !o clhuk holes. it,
sa: t stretehIs in the ro:ds.
One of the ii;iest:nd motgracti
ial inenlsurt5' thiat cou!d I iaken for
the I bet fer'ent of rnalls in the liidted
\ate j would be to reduet their width
tit frl ne-Itird to cne half of what
tlyi' a e.w '11.
I the I':tited States puli hizh
ways in the states giveN elow may be
esti::uated as follows: 3Iinneso.ta. So.
00 Iowal. 70.1000: Kansas. 70.0(10; Ne
:;14s, 80.0100; Indiana11:. 70.0100): Ohio. 80P.
(1n: total,. 7c0.040 miles. lteducing the
with oif these pub)lie' ilghways, wichI
now livernPo slity-six feet. to thirty
six fe.*t wouiihl give h:n-k to t he fairm
ervs of' these states for cultivation
2.00.00)0 acres of generally tillable
lan:d, which at an average valuation of
i10' per aere would miein lhe restora
ti02n to .the4 produt1ing vluhes oIf the
st altes nal med of $750.000.).1).
I A Nint R.der's Raid.
The worst night rider- s are calomnel.
eroton oil or alces pils. Tiwey rail1 you
4 ' to rob vou of re st. Not so wvith Dr.
im.:'s New Life Pills. They never dis
r.:s or inconven-iee but alway s
ele:tns5 the sy stemn, cuirinhr Colds. IIead
'-he, conlstipaltionl, Malariai, 25c. at all
Coo::t With All Your Might.
T:4OI- #uhv:c'zi I:4esters. ani orgni
I::e tilt 1ris been': form4ed to 144:1m
14: for Its. parmty:
:I th n <:-m-t. j2.i 44 0. t - t 1o
:It' the nuittr v::' ' -boo" in'
'C . 1-: o I h i:n.: I:. I h! Ii a-.i n
. .ijut keepl tha orn a-bl1 howin'
1:44. t 'er up4 wit:ll our might.
If y": e someI fe-ller try'in
Fo to1 io) rom.2 il ro 4. t go
Yo (4 n boo1444t it up~ a tih
Th:1t' your c1 to0 let 14hhnI knowa
Tht you 4 e not a-r;oin' to kniock it
Ju lSt h4erautse it ain'it your shouit,
1:1u1 you'r*1e goin' to boost a little
'Cause he's got the best thing out.
Do you know there's lots o' peopleO
Settin' rounld in every town,
(:rnowlin' like abroody ehicken,
iluInc-kin' every good thing down?
Don't you he that kind o' cat tle.
'o'.-:o they a!n't no use on earth.
Youl jOst be a boostecr rooster.
'rowv an' boost for alt you're worth.
If your' town needs boostin', boost 'er.
1>'n't hold back and watt to see
If somie other feller's whIli'.
Sail right in. This country's free.
N4 o's ;: Ot a mortgage on it.
V's ist yours as3 llnucht as his.
If yo':- town Is 1: 7- on booste1 rs
Y~ou ;.et in1 tile b lOst in' hi:.
--.\Zitrinlt urli SOin 1 : west.
Mny Women P; ase 'Ihis Remedy
If you have pain in the l'ack. Urinary,
1 bh- o r KidIncy troubl.. and4 want a
rtain, p'easant cure far woumanl's ills.
v '.1 .i ~i ( rv's Australian-Leaf. It
- ,f -t'nI d never-failing regulator. At
., (4r by mVI ail 50Ic ets. Sample
4 .ij.. ll'. t 1Iress, Tile Mother,
Unirs'ity of SOulth Carolina.
1-0.4 of artl'. S0i4Ince. F.inentioni.
-. F i e tilli . (44 144 . I:' o:u ti ( Sthe
T a a ler'n..our S. eading to 1s.
b-. ' 4:%. !toard4 .9-2 per
Tuie r-mth- i seal
'C Ttcth 1I. Prcsl.
Coluombin, . C.
.ner, we recommen3d Car
medicine. It aLts 'pcifi
and has a tonic, Duilding
It contains no harmful
-rpetable extract. If you
clnale trouble, get Cardui
,-h, Ky., tried Cardui and wrtes:
ave been ir.r it foi eken years.
-erent w) n, since i 1:v1;e been
(-- ! own. is normousness
1sV dn i I sniat-"p good.
-1u at ob." Try it.
r , U: Ge T0 .1
.f tiec . m-: t
th e li on:1.1 . lot ! firthed
i ll:e. f init i1i.. -' Ih t
w:i h ry ai1 virt:ls. : ur e
States ]ave n 4ipi r " r i v or
f'r l:1rge- e ti'r -inv midn
. he rin*:-ip l r:s rg h the
monaiow:11)! Sp-rily! Sitl dSee
0tilln 't f l :111!*ly (0 m:1 inl clftn -
t4-r it) hei ll:!41N''f Fraiwee. E1n1
I-1n"d and GOrmnany.
.purify =nd vitalize your .
honti, ce-s.te. gowid app,titernr ivyu
whole~ ~ ~ ~ gv yyo:nunradsregh
A p:mn,jjt.t raroad :impri:tendent at
Sa va:::ib, s:teri:.: w h 'jlari i. Dyspep.
n ie:zr.tim says: " Qter takin,
P. P P.he nverfeltso elh'. his life, ana
f s if lw cni livefu:ever, if hw could
ri.cac:' t P. P. P'.'
-Jt t !.o:n cver-work and
. close cuirment, taku
I. P . P .
Ifyuare f.elinu badl n the spring
and o'ut of sorts, ta.ke
SI . I
If your digestive organs need toning up,
SP. P. P.
IIf youf su&r wih hadacche, indigestion,
debilty and. wieaknes, taae
P D. P.
If yo 'ufr w ith r:ervous prostration,
Inerves unstrn-. an(Ld a~ general let down
S For -Cer PoI n. nheicitinm, Sernt
SP. P. P.
SPrickly Ash, Pe:t Root
. The bes blo''d r f lr in. : - --rld
troubkLs, bocause we are sure it
w.I hip youi. Rememnber that
this great female remedy
has brought re:cf to thousands of
other sick ;c:ncn, so why not to
you? For he-.ch., bockache,
periodical p:r. fem:le weak
ness, many have zaid it is "the
best medcic to tako." Try it!
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