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T?ienelghbora-were very kind to the
Som? called to offer their best ad
vice; others brought- material cheer,
food, raiment ;ancl tho Vie.
I St?T-otiieW-and these were tfio most
^considerate of an, came ana "fold her
how that she had aged ten years In the
-three weeks since her husband's death.
"How good of them:" exclaimed tho
widow, arid wept tears of gratitude
- - - - From War to Peace.
Two large cannon from tho Civil War aro
to bo - melted and cast into a statue repre
senting peace, to be placed In the capitol.
Wbat a contrast between, the two conditions
r-as-greet In a way as the ohange Hostettert
Stomach Bitters will bring about In the
health of any ons who. uses it. Tho Bitters
strengthens flhe dfgeeMve'organs and cor
rects all disorders such as constipation, dys
pepsia, torpid liver or weak kidneys. Try it.
"Isabel, I swear to love you to my last
"Wall, Charlie, the kind of liquor you've
had tunlcht la attona enough to make your
breath last a iwars. That moans that I hare an
eternal lore cinch."-Deuver News.
To Care a Cold in Ono Day,
Take LAXATIVC BROMO QoiNiftE TABLETS. AU
dmpirfsts ro fund ta? monertf H tails to cure.
E. W. Guava's signaturo is on each box. ?jo.
C^v^v? ?ut Weat.*.^. ;
Broncho P?to-Say. "Btu. what'd y* think o*
?hat yoong d nrtor what's Jtst como hore fr'm d*
east? 'I hint thor'e any stud In 'un?
Brawny Bill-Sure. Ain't he a doctor? Aw,
he's killed his mau all right?-Philadelphia
Bulletin. -, _
FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervous
ness after first day's uso of Dr. Kline's Qrust
Nerve Roarer. $2 trial bottle and treatise tree.
Dr. K. li. KL'NB, Ltd., 031 Arch St, Phlla., Po.
Colnajro of Gold Pieces.
The Unltod States nevor coined gold pieces of
a higher denomination than 920. Some years
ago a Jeweler at S~n Francisco sn act gold
pieces to the value o? $5u, but that was on pil
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
y .- Contain Mercury,
ss raorcury will surely destroy the sense.of.
smell and completely derange tho whole syst qm
when entering lt through tho mucous surfaces.
i*uch articles should nevor be used except on
proscriptions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do ls ten fold to. tho .good you
can possibly derive from them. Halt's Catarrh
Cure manufactured.. by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and Ia taken
internally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In buying
IlaU's Catarrh Cure be sure to get the genuine.
It ls taken Internally, and is made In Toledo,
Ohio, by F, J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
f5r?"!?old by Druggists; price, 75c. per bottle.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
Rpaln to Hare a Better Navy.
The Queen Regent of Spiln has signed a do
oroo ordering .tho sale of a largo. number ot
obsolete mon of-war and providing for the re
organization and modernization of the other
I do not f?B?lev* PtsoVCtrf?* for Consumption
has an equal for coughs and colds.-JOHM F.
BOTES, Trinity Springs, Ind., Fob. 15,100?.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflamma
tion, allaya pain, cures wind colic, -ic a bottle.
' "Jimmy, haven't I told you to eat your Ice
'.Yes, ma, but If I don't hurry ?nebue I won't
get two dishes." .
: r*j??will nrrer?nd'Qu? Do.cT
* Vor out. He~ iSThefe" to give
advice without charge to those
who heed .him-to, those who
always ? recommend; the Ayer'
- niedicijies? because the Ayer
medicines are not "cure-alls."
' Perhaps if; we, tear. a.-leaf
f*fi|>m his correspondence it will
sjlow you what we mean. Here
; is a letter which came last
*?0|EAR DR. AYSR":
ig? want your advice for my little boy.
.fil is getting very thin. He has no appc
;t?|. He is fifteen years old. When he
.was four years old he had lung fever, but
'his health was good until two years ago.
..Since then he is failing fast. The doctors
.here .say he has the bronchitis.. He spits
all the time awful bad. The spits are big,
thick, and white. Yours truly,
? i*^ Mrs. MARGARET MURPHY,
'March 30, xgop.? . 'Killbrae, Minni0"
? l-S . . *
! J And this is the way the Doc
. lar answered Mrs. Murphy :
" D EA R . .M A DA 51. : _
"We enej?se our book on The Throat
and"Lungs, in which we trust you will find
just the information you desire.
f "You- should- begin at once the use of
' this- Cherry Pectoral for your son, giving
it in moderate doses. Then procure some
good preparation of ' cod-liver oil, as
Scott's Emulsion, and give him that, as
well ; Pay 'part?dd?r attention to his diet,
giving hihTstfcn nourishing foods as rare
steak, lamb chops, good milk, eggs, etc.
Above all, keep him out of doors ail that
the weather permits.. There is nothing"
that will do him more good than plenty of
fresh air... Le* hun. live out of doors all:
that is possible,. By carrying out these
general suggest?b?sfwe shall hope tohear
poon that your son is improving in every
Very truly yours,
j, 1900. . - J. C. AYER."
fou see, it wasn't only the
Ayer medicines that we recom
mended. The first idea of the
Doctor was to cure that boy.
The result is told in this letter:
-.?BAR; DR. -AYERT- rr--T ?--rr
"My little boy has improved so much
since I received your advice that I want ,to
write and tell you how thankful I am.
"When-:I first wrote you, on .March
?3, he only weighed^ 50-pounds*,'but" now
e weighs 82 pound?; and all this gain
since the Sth^of April, when I first began
't? follow, ,ypa_r. directions.
, - ' * Please let me. thank ymu-again for what j
you hive donefoajny b?y.
J?iy 17, ?$K?. ."MARGARET- HPRFHY."*. *
V feh^^' H 'was :the cod*
liver' QU;; perhaps it was the
_ ?j*#ry ^ ,?cj:tor?1- Probably it
t?t^$m?' But,, "more. tha?v
? either, it was the good, sound |
advice the Doctor gave In the
first place. We are here to
r??erv? you in just the same way,
and we will "tefl you the medi
cine for your-case or tell you
what medicines to avoid.
' Five out of ten of our cor
respondents need a doctor
.*^tn.?|. than^prepare^, medi-, |
???j and we tell them so. If
th^, doctors .only knew it, we
?x$"?or?ang w?iri>-thenv every
J. C. AVTR C?MPA'NY,
K',JVr^^1?^nS^^*^^^". Lowell, Man.
Ayert&mpariUt ! Aycr'i Hiir Vigor
AyerVrFtfl -Ul yAver't Cherry' Pecfrral
- ?Ott? ?. j'-Ayer'? Coouame . ,
Sowing Outs with Pea*
Some formers who broadcasted
cow peas this season sowed oats with
the peas. As the cow pea ls really a
bean and Supports are not required,
the oats aro Injurious, as the cow nea
will Uni ve much better whctt giVe?
the land alone. If oats are wanted
they should always be se?, did in an
other held. , ' j v
A Good Crop for Seed. ' "~
The ordinary string bean, the pod*
of which are eaten, to a good crop to
grow for seed, provided the ? ed ls
ground and used for stock, lt pro
duces but little vine, but the seed can
1?? broadcasted and whenthe beans are
dry the vines should be pulled up and
thrown on the barn floor to be beat?tt
out, which work moy be postponed bu
til winter if preferred.
r '.Tho Wealth la a Farm.
The farm that produces but half a
crop is much less valuable than a fer
tile farm, and- if a poor farm is in
creased in fertility the farmer has
stored in his soil a greater amount ot
plant food from which to .secure crops?
niches need not be in tiie form ot
money, buildings or live stock. The
increased value of the land is in addi
tion to the farmer's wealth.
Sh limn HU a? nu Insect Destroyer.
It may not be generally known that
skiinroilk or buttermilk readily mix
with kerosene, forming an emulsion
which destroys Insects without the
danger of injury to animals or plants
on which they might be that migbt
result from the use of the pure oil t;r
of oil and water. We first learned
of this from using this mixture for
the scale insect or mite which causes
scaly legs on fowl. We found that
one or two dippings or washings with
it would cure the worst case of Bea ly
leg,, and leave the skin as smooth as
when first hatched. We never had
occasion to try lt for lousy animals,
for we never had one, but we do not
hesitate to recommend it, and we
have lately seen its use advised for
ticks ou sheep, using a gill of kero
sene to one gallon of mtlk. We do
not make our mixture ns strong of
kerosene as that, but perhaps the
i larger tick may need a stronger appli
cation than an Insect so small as to be
scarcely visible to the naked eye.
It is an old, old fashion to usc
smoke with bees; but Mr. Robert
Davis gives his explanation of it:
"Bees when frightened by smoke w.ll
Immediately gorge tkemselvts with
houey and . loose all inclination to
Here follow some practical hints to
beekeepers which are given by Mr.
Davis In the New York Journal:
The most vicious colony of ?yblrtfs
may bb controlled by using a liltlii
tobacco in the smoker.
The prosperity of a colony depends
.upon tlie fertility of the queen. If
weak, colonies have not become popu
lous lu some season, kill the quceu
and give them another.
Toads, skunks and mice are great
eneuiic^ta bees; see *hat-'they do not
r'hnve"*access to the apiary.
? ' Increasing or dividing should be
done ns early as possible, but not un
"UY stores" are coming* abundantly.
Drones are Just as essential as any
other bees; but too many are a nuis
ance. This may be controlled by cut
ting out drone-comb and substituting
worker-comb or foundation.
Drones may be prohibited in ob
jectionable colonies by dividing early
In the spring.
Keep all colonies strong.
Value of Sorghmn.
. Sorghum as a. forage crop has given
great satisfaction in most places where
it hus been tried.. and. . where
It has failed to give satisfaction tbs
cause has usually been found to bc*
that lt was harvested too late. At the
Nebraska experiment station lt has
been grown for forage for milch cows,
and in the matter of yield and as a
milk producer it has proved superior
to any of the non-leguminous forage
plants, when fed green. Our ex
perience with sorghum has bien on
thin soils and lt grows well upon such
soils. It is a much greater resister to
drouth than corn is, and makes tine
green forage when the grasses are
dried up. Experiment and chemical
analysis have/shown that when the
plant is from two to three feet high
it contains GO per cent, more nitro
genous elements and a very much lar
ger quantity of fats than it does
when it has produced its seeds. We
observe that Professor Thatcher, of
the Nebraska station maintains that
young sorghum ls an almost perfect
stock food. This is not in accord with
If pastured when about two feet
high, it will give good results, but
much better results will be obtained
If dry feed is used with it Like all
green forage plants, the water- in feed
is of no more value to the animal than
water In the trough ls. Of course If
trie pasturing is done when the~pTant
ls young, there will be a loss In yie'.dr
and some have claimed that the differ
ence in yield more than balances the
superior composition of the young
plant over the old. With Some crops
the excessive yield makes them more
valuable than another like crop of su
perior feeding value. The mangel
more than holds its own in compari
son with the sugar beet, because of
its large yield. Bat so far as we have
been able to determine, the best value
can "be got out of it when it is young.
But while lt makes a good fodder, it
does not make a superior one. Stock
te.very fond of it, a result no doubt
of its saccharine qualities.-The Agri
Fattening Stock Economically.
Not every farmer can fatten an ani
mal economically. The ability to do
this must be acquired by study and
practice. There are many branche"
to this subject and their numerous
conditions must be thoroughly under
stood If the farmer would realize th?,
most from his feeds. He must con
sider the quality of food, warmth and
quietness of stables and many other
important Items. As in many other
departments of farm labor, there is
a great Jacking -here In sympathetic
work. Some are Ignorant as to the
best methods;"While others are care
less of their re,al Interests and have
BO - regularity ur-their work. Every
farmer .seems fo have his own way,
and lt ls too ofter! chosen with regard
to the convenience of the feeding
rather than the economy.
?.? *ii?&? w." . .? .<\ ~/
3t .-? ,??.**. ?J t?er 's...
ITHE NATIONAL BANK OF AUGUSTA
IL. C. HAYN2, Prest. P. G. FORD, Cashier.
Undivided Profits } ?110,000.
Facilities of our magnificent New Vault
containing 410 Safety-Lock Boxes, Differ
ent 81x68 are offered to ottr patrons and
tho public at *3.00 to ?lO.OTper annum.
TriOS; J ADAMS P?OP???TO?
EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1900
L. C. HATJTE,
W. O. WABDLAW,
VOL. LXV. NO. 38
53aby hammocks, n comparatively!
modern addition tO th?> 'h?lnimbrli ?ua
are no\V made in souk' Vuri. t-v anU c?m-j
monty Soli '?h*i rt?wd&t thlrg nin?iig^
them ont provideii with" a fctanu upj
ou which it cnn lie spread and supi
ported and swung. The stand IB D
framework that can tie readily $ut tb'
gethcr and afc easily taken apart; foldj
c<l it is like a hmidle of stcks. wklci
can be put into a trunk; it can bi E?j
up on a veranda or lawn or anywhere
Tho little hammocks are made in ? f
ferent colors aud ?uished with a t?int
A Hint for tho Refrigerator.
Nothing should he put lr.to the
frigerator until it ln:s Leerme c^<i.
Warm ruent, wet rill vegetables shttnil
be left standing oh a tab'.O until th 51
are tobi before putting them Into the
refrigerator; otherwise there is 1 kel?1
to lw n strange ni iii gi ng of flavors, ll
is also a poor policy to store coekei
onions or ntt? Vegetable thdt ii llktij
to commhuitole its bete iii willi th[
other food. \t tbte're is uuy disagree
able odor In the refrigerator, ? sma?
saucer of charcoal placid within wil
do much toward cleansing thc air.
TI10 Cit rc o' Toilet Sponjfns.
Toilet sponges should bc elenusd
very frequently over and above the t
dtnary rinsing they receive itt soap aid
water. Tut n teaspoonful of limmbHa
and a teaspoonful of powdered borx
lu ft pint of warm water and wash t<2
sponge In that. Or wash the sponge 1?.
first using the juice of a lemon, letthk
it penetrate to every part of the fi! ?,
and finishing off with warm watr.
After either process let it dry in tji
open air. A wash cloth shou?d ur.t c
npplled to the face, by the way; wan
ing the face with the hands is far a
perlor for the complexion.
A Ttoinedy Tor tlie Moth*.
The methods of moths differ wldtj
from the methods followed by ut?
quitoes, but every one ls wll ngt.
allow that thc two lu sect s are pois.
One of the best plans for charing BS
room of mosquitoes ls very ustfulpr
getting rid of the moth millers, ht
a piece of gum camphor on a re
shovel and hold it over the ltghid
gas until lt smokes. It should ot
blaze up, but burn slowly enoughto
form a good smudge. Thc doors ot
closets and the bureau drawers shdd
b? opened if one fears thai the nidi
millers have found their way In.
A Simple Mcn'i for Brcnkfnut.
For the housekeeper who ls in dont
a decidedly simple menu for breakfa
may prove acceptable. The momii
meal might begin with iced pineappl
which ls hunger-provoking in itsel
Fruit, by the way, ls just atwell cate
at the close as at the beginning c
breakfast. Some folks disparage fruj
in the morning, because, so they say
it destroys the appetite for other dished
If that ls the case in one personal exj
pcrlence, she should promptly trausfei
its place from thc first-to the Inttt^tjhjj.
meal. But whether or not the pine
apple leads, chicken hash makes an ex
cellent, substantial dish. With frlcC
tomatoes as an accompaniment, ani ,
with coffee or whatever one chooses U
drink, the breakfast Is complete. I if
making the chicken hash put a llttl
of the chicken broth into a pan an
add three raw potatoes cut into sum
pieces. If the potatoes are.large us
but two. Let them cook' for ten (
twelve minutes, then add the chucki
cut into small pieces and mix well. 1
whole pepper chopped and added as ti
improvement. Season to taste nd
serve on toast. The tomatoes re
either quartered or sliced and are frd
In hot butter. When sliced it is wil
to dip them into beaten egg and lio
crumbs before frying. When quurtr
ed they need no such treatment, ut
should be covered with flour.
Currant Ice-For every pint of jmc
from ripe red currants allow a pouO
of granuluted sugar and a pint ?
water; when the sugar is thorough
dissolved put into the freezer! add tu;
stiffly beaten whites of two eggs to ti*
mixture when it is half frozen.
Colbert Sauce-Put Into a snucepn
one cup of white cream sauce; addro
it very gradually one tablespoonful^
stock; mix well together, '- reinc/e
from the fire, then squeeze in the ju;?
of half a sound lemon and add oe
teaspoonful of chopped parsley wbn
Strawberry and Pineapple Crear
To a quart of good cream just begu
iling to freeze add three quarters ola
cup of chopped pineapple and thre
qunrters of a cup of crushed* strav
berrles, each of which have had a scait
half cup of sugar sprinkled over tvo
hours previously. Continue to tun
the crank until stiff and serve withu
a half hour.
Old Vlrgiuln Spoonbread-Scald oie
cup of cornmeal with three of bolllig
water; add two eggs, well beaten, time
cups of buttermilk, a teaspoonful ?f
soda and one of salt. Melt one tea
spoonful of lard and add it last Bale
slowly In a yellow-bdwl or puddiig
dish. This is the famous Virginia
spoonbread, so popular nt the Whte
Sulphur springs. Delicious.
Sleplce, or Chicken In [Batter-Pre
pare a chicken for frying. Have sull
clent butter or lard lu the frying pin
so hot that a blue smoke begins to ap
pear. Take two well-beaten eggs, tvo
or three spoonfuls of milk and beat In
to a smooth, thin batter; add a smtll
pinch of salt. Dip each piece of chick
en Into this batter and fry a nice bixmu
In the hot lard. A handsome dish and
a good one".
Tapioca Cherries-Soak a cupful, of
pearl tapioca .over, night. Put on tire
tire with one pint of boiling water; sim
mer slowly until the tapioca is'perfect
ly clear; add a pinch of salt; stone a
quart of sour cherries, stir, Into th?
boiling tapioca; add a cupful bf sugar,
or more if necessary. Remove .from
the fire, turn Into a dish and ?et nway
to cool. Serve . cold with whipped
cream, slightly sweetened. This Is
Rosewood and mahogany ?rc so
plentiful in Mexico that sonie of the
copper mines there are timbered with
rosewood, while mahogany is use(j
ns fuel for the engines.
?vlderico to the Contrary.
ftailway Agent-Our railway, ma
dam, is strictly up to date In every re
spect. , ," ....
Madam-?^ohsehsb". Look at this wo
m&n on your excursion folder; her
sleeves have been out of style for three
Do Your i^eet Aciic arid Bttrri?
Bh?t? tnt'd yioiir siloes A?l??'? ???t-??s?.
a potfdoir r?f tho to?t.. It niAk?stiglit?r Ne^
Shoes feel. easy. Cures Corns, Ingrowing
KAHS, Itotilpg; Swollen, Il?t,, Callous, Soro
aftd H^o?tlng ?eet. Ali Druggists and
??U?o Stores, sall lt, 25c. Stimplo stmt.FREE'.
Address, A?LI?X S'. OLMSTED", Lelt?y, ??". t'.
"Thore aro vory ?ow people who don't got In
terested In a Rood scrap."
"J hat's right, I think there aro a numbor of
advocates of universal peare who would be
somewhat disappointed at mi abrupt termina
tion ot the Boer war."-llarpor's Bazar.
Tho Best Prescription for Chilli
?nd Fever Is a bottlo of GHOVE'S TASTELESS
l HU I. TONIC, lt ls simply iron and quiultio lu
A tasteless form. No euro-uo pay. l'rlco?Oo.
Lnd?-*-ThbtiogyoU3ol.l mo ltl?t Week came
.jory Near bating lily lit iib boy. ... . ., ,
DealSt-WHll. yoh said ytiu wnrit'od a dog mdt
WuB ?o?d bl childi cn, didu't you?
Indigestion is a bad companion. ,Gci
rid of it bv chowing ii bar ol Adams' "Pop
sin Tutti Frutti alter each meal;
. Don't ?.lfce to Chunco.
"Whcro shall wo live after wo aro married?"
said Memory to UratluMo. "Ina man7"
"Ko," was Iho roply. "in a dog. I hato to
It requires no experience to dye with PUT
NAM FADELESS LU H. simply boiling your
goods In tho dye is all that'd necessary. Sold
by oil druggists.
tllcycln Vuch?n tn Bttmll Space.
A bley?l i that Iii llv? mlntit?s Cah b? taken
npartnliU" pf^'kcd in a b-<g 24xiB inches has
bbctl lnvoiltbd by nil Ingoulous Fronchmau.
KIDNEY TROUBLES OF wm
ailsa Frederick's Letters ?iow How She
Relied on Sirs. Flnkham and Waa
M DEAR MRS. PINKHAM : -I have a
yellow, muddy complexion, feel tired
and have bearing down pains. Menses
have pet appeared .fbr.tHjie^ months;
iom?llmes ?ni troubled with a white
discharge, ?lsd have kidney abd blad
der .trouble".. .
L have been this way .for a long time,
j??d icel/so.mberabl? I thought 1 would
pyrite tb 3'ou end sec if you could db me
any good."-Miss EDNA FREDERICK,
Troy, Ohio, Aug. 6, 1899.
" DEAn MRS. PINKHAM :-I have used
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound according to directions, and can
say I have not felt so well for years as
I do at present. Before taking your
medicine a more miserable person you
never saw. I could not cat or sleep,
and did not caro to talk with any one.
Now 1 feel so well I cannot be grateful
enough to you for what you have done
for me;"-Miss ?D.VA F?EDERICI?? Troy,
?hi?-, Sept. lbj 1399.
.t write to
harneyegetable "Compound hnsdone mc.
li is the only medicine I have found
that helped me. I doctored, with one
of the best physicians in the city o?
New York, but received no benefit. I
had been ailing for about sixteen years,
waa so weak and nerve s that I could
hardly walk ; had continued pain in my
back and was troubled with leucorrheca.
Menses were irregular and painful.
Words cannot express the benefit I have
derived from the use of your medicine.
I heartily recommend it to alt suffering
women." -Mas. MARY BAESHINGER,
11 DEAR jjtas. .PixknAM i-t wfite
th?hltyo? for^hb good Lydia E. Ph
Most everybody knows
something about I
Old Virginia Cheroots
as 300,000,000 of them are being
smoked this year. Ask anybody about
them, if you have never smoked them i
yourself. They have made their
own reputation and their own place
in the cigar trade, wholly on their
merits. Three good smokes for five |
cents, and no waste !
Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this
year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. s
That Pellew In tile Mo?n.
A widespread legend of grrat an
tiquity informs us that the moon ls
Inhabited by a mau with a bundle of
sticks on his back, who had been ex
iled there many centuries, and ls so
far off that ho is beyond the reach of
death. This tradition, which has giv
en rise to so many superstitions, is
still preserved under various forms in
most countries; but it has not been
decided who tho culprit originally was,
"anil how he came to be Imprisoned.
Dante cnlls him Cain. Chaucer assigns
his exile as a punishment for theft
and gives him a thornbush to carry,
while Shakespeare loads him with
thorns, but by way of compensation
gives him a dog for a companion.
Gold aiedal Awarded Walter
Buker & Co.
PAKIS, Aug. 20-The Judges at the
Paris Exposition have just awarded a
gold medal to Walter Baker & Co.,
Ltd., Dorchester, Mass., U. S. A,,
for their preparations of cocoa and
chocolate. This famous company,
now the largest manufacturers of
cocoa and chooolato in tho world, have
reoeived tho highest awards from the
great international aud other exposi
tions iu Europe aud America. This
is tho third award from a Paris Expo
Strawed Roads In Texas.
Up In Denton County some of tho
roads are sandy. The small grain crop
is great. Straw Is abundant. So lt
turns out that "strawing" the roads
has been an ' experiment with road
builders in Denton County this year,
and Judging from a stretch of what
used to be very bad road north of the
city of Denton, lt ls claimed the experi
ment ls.an unqualified success. The
piece of road In question Hes bet wen
Denton and the Pilot Point crossing
on Clear Creek, and up to this year was
almost Impassable for a heavily loaded
wagon, the sand being several inches
deep. Part of the road was clayed
and another part "strawed." the latter
being done at about one-half the cost
of the former. Both pieces of road
are In fine shape now. that part
"strawed" In wet weather being su
perior to that clayed.-Galveston Dally
Education In Mexico ls almost en
tirely under Government direction.
There are very few private education
al Institutions, and these are of minor
- To C J
Is always used as a basis for Comparison.
Tasteless Chill Tonic
Is the standard prescription of America for
Malaria* QMls ?ild Fev?r)
H?W ofter! d? y?? hear imitators say " Our
medicine is just as good as Grove's" or "It is
better than Grove's". Do not be satisfied
with the "just as goods'*. There are no "just
as goods'*-Grove's is the best as such com
parisons admit-Grove's is many times supe
rior both in merit and popularity to any other
chill preparation manufactured, and is the
only chill cure sold to jobbers in car load
lots? Every druggist in the malarial sections
of the United States and Cuba sells Grove's
on a No cure, No pay, basis. Price 50 cents*
droved Tonic broke tip a io days* spell of fever which
? physician thought would last several weeks.
" During my recent illness your Chill Tonic proved of
beneficial effect-it being highly endorsed by my family phy
sician. 3 bottles broke up a io days' spell of fever which at
first was thought by the doctor would last (ot Several weeks?
Your excellent remedy is having a tremendous sale through*
3ut this section, mofe so than all other Chill Tonics combined,
is I am informed by various druggists."
Yours truly, A. ROSCOWER,
DROMYSKRSSStt; I ?T?tiililM&sftSS^j^
HM?S. Bbbk bf tegtitaoni?l-nnil lOtlnys' trontme-it I u i'. IL-, O?,.,-/? writiti'j t) (llMr'Meri.
-ree. Sr. E. H. QBESK S80K8. Box B. Atlanta. 0? [HGUllUu lilli Itip^l AM0-1MJ-S5
Fight on for wealth, old "Monty Bags,"
your liver is drying up and bowels weaf*
?lIg ~UUty suore \?ay~ |WO-TT-AXI .? --* * - t_
health, offering all y??f wealth, but you
will not get it because you neglected Nature
in your mad rush to get gold? No matter
what you do, or what ails you, to-day is
the day-every day is the day-to keep
watch of Nature's wants-ano help your
bowels act regularly-CASCARETS will
help Nature help you. Neglect means bile
in the blood, foul breath, and awful pains
in the back of the head with a loathing
and bad feeling for all that is good in life.
Don't care how rich or poor you are, you
can't be well if you have bowel. trouble,
you will be regular -if you take CASCA
RETS-*et them to-day- CASCARETS
in metal box; cost JO cents; take one, eat
it like candy and it will work gently while
you sleep. It cures; that means it strength
ens the muscular walls of the bowels and
gives them new life; then they act regularly and naturally; that is what you want
it is guaranteed to be found in
THE IDEAL LAXATIVE
tuc. ',^M^?W?M^9*1tXlw?^mv?&&^ ALL
25c. 50c. * WMffl? ln?ll" DRUGGISTS
To any needy mortal suffering from bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we will send a box free. Address
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York, rnaitioning advertisement and paper.
Our Redwood Foresta
In the light of thc many expressed
fears that our lumber will soon bo ex
hausted by the onslaughts that arc be
ing made on It, some recent observa
tions in the National Geographic Mag
azine as to the gigantic redwood for
ests of the Pacific Coast will be perti
nent. The area of the redwood belt
has been carefully mapped, and is, ns
nearly as can be estimated, 2,000
square miles, or 1,280,000 acres. The
stand of timber on this area is not
so easy to ascertain, but may be com
puted at something over seventy-five
billion feet. The annual cut by the
mills is 250,000,000 feet. At the pres
ent rate of cutting, therefore the sup
ply will last 300 years. In Mendocino
County, California, there ls nearly
nine times as much timber on an acre
as in the Southern pineries; in Hum
boldt County upon 00,443 acres the
average stand Is 84,000 feet per acre,
nearly seventeen times as great as in
the Southern States. There is one
cause of destruction from which this
tree ls entirely' exempt-that is, fire.
Containing no pitch, but, on the other
hand, a large amount of water, lt will
not burn when green. No fire can run
In a redwood forest. It ls the only
one of our coniferous lumber trees
which is thus exempt. Redwood Is in
almost universal usc on thc California
He Felt Relieved.
"I only play the piano a little for
pastime," said the new boarder.
"Thank heaven for that," said the
boarder with tho most dyspepsia. "I
was afraid you might play it for rag
Pipe M Fittings
Six Car Loads In Stock.
Cut and Ship Quick.
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Works and
Supply Store, - - Angosta, fia.
The modern, easy
shoes for progrc9slvo
mea are tho W. L.
Douglas S3 and S3 50
shoes. Perfect shoes
that, hold their shape
and fit ontil worn nut.
Oror 1,000,000 satlailcd
E** In 1870.
" a Why do yon *ay M
TA $5 for sboesniicnj
jean buy W.L.Dov
. s^Sfl0ea for $3i
For 33 years w s ht rt been train
'6 ing yoong sun ?nd Tomen for
?S. bntineaa. Only bes. col.in Ti.
' owning ita building-a grind
ce ? cnii. Up tc dat?. Eighty an
dora*!. Thoroughly raliabl a. Ki
Tautiona. Catalogne fm.
I1 kiding bu. co!, Math Potomac nw."-Phila. Stenographer.
Thai Little Book For Ladies, ii I'S
ALICE MASON, BOOHMTM. M. Y.
UUHtS WHtHc ALL ELSc FAILS.
Boat CouRh Syrup. Tn* tea Good. Uso
in time. Sold br rirucclrts.
,^;V.C'O.IM s u M PTipr>r ;<r
A$5 SHOE FOR
A $4 SHOE FOR
Tho rcnl worth of oar 83
.hoes compared with other
to *?!?. Wc aro th? larrcct maker*
men's 11 and e)V<0 I hoea in the world
?ell more S3 and l-V.O ihoe? than any
lecturer* in the Tjnited Stalea.
Harina; th? lnrjrfft S3 ?nd M 30 tn
world, and n perfect aytlrm of man
na to produce higher grade ? 2 and #f
bo had slievhcre.
THE It KANON morts W.T.
ehr rn uro gold than anr other makai
AKE THE Jl?*T. Yoi
them i we gire one dealer exclu?
Take no atihatlteitet I
Douglaa ahne? with name and pi
I( your dealer will not cet them
factory, cnelninc prieo and
8tato kind of Lither, tire, and
Our aboca will reach you on vi
iV. L DOUGLAS SHOE
cr ihould keep
e in each town,
n haring W. h>
m. aend direct to
tra for carriage.
, plain or cap too.