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Finds Quick KeUef From Bladder Troubles
V Throu?h Dona's Kidney Pills.
. Hon. Joseph A. Goulden, Member ot
C^gress^-representing the 18th Dis
trict of New York,
.also trustee of the
Soldiers' Home at
Bath, N. T., writes:
. Gentlemen: As
many of my friends
have used Doan's
Kidney Pills and
have been cured of
kidney and bladder
troubles, I feel it my
duty to recommend
the medicine. From
personal experience I know Doan's
-'Kidney:'' Pills will cure inflammation
of tho ""bladder, having experienced re
lief the second day of using the niedi
(Signed) J. A. GOULDEN.
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Fdster-Milbiirn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Young Fool ant?'the Old.
there's no fool like a young fool '.
. When . fire-works are concerned
Behold them all. the victims small,
. With hands and faces burned,
Behold the lamed and killed and maimed,
. _Th?ir needless sufferings:
There's rio fool like the Old Fool
Who gives a child such things.
There's no fool like a young fool
In glorious July,
To fire a bomb and lose a thumb
.And tear away an eye.
To touch a light to dynamite
And scatter death and noise:
There's no fool like the Old Fool
Who gives a child such toys.
There's no fool Ilka a young fool
To make the Fourth a crime.
When every nurse and every hearse
Is working overtime,
When East and West and. North and
'-.The ilgts appalling grow:
There's no fool like the Old Fool
_. Who thinks a child should know.
There's no fool like the young fool
J Who smells the powder smoke;
But'th? awful play that mars the Day
Has ceased to be a joke.
Yet Satan tempts the Old Fool
->~To chuckle 'neath his breath
,Arid-\p?t among the heedless young
""The Instruments' of death.
HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER
Vigorous Health Is the Great Source of
the Power to Inspire and Encourage
-AU Women Should Seek lt.
One of the most noted, successful and
richest men of this century, in a recent
article, ha' said, " Whatever I am and
whatever success I have attained in
this world I owe all to my wife. From
the day I first knew her she has been
an inspiration, and' the greatest help
mate of my life."
>To be such a successful wire, to re
tain the love and admiration of her
husband, to inspire him to make the
most of himself, should be a woman's
. constant stu dy.
-If.a womarrfinds thajjgher energies
are flagging, thatsb^>ffets<la^y tired,
dark shadows*^BBrear under ?M?^fiyes,
t?b:>, nervousness, whites, irreg^
ul?rities or the blues, she should start
at once to build up her system by a
tonic with specific powers, such as
Lydia- E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
Following we publish by request a
letter from a young wife :
Dear Mrs. Pink nam:
" Ever since my child was born I have suf
fered, as I hope few women ever have, with in
flammotion, female weakness, bearing-down
pains, backache and wretched headaches. It
affectod*nry stomach so I could not enjoy my
meals, aud half my time was spent in bed.
"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made rae a well woman, and I feel so grateiul
that I am glad to write and tell you of my
marvelous recovery. It brought me health,
new life and vitalitv."-Mrs. Bessie Ainsley,
Gil South 10th Street, Tacoma, Wash.
What Lydia E. r'-.kham's Vegetable
;Compound did for Mrs. Ainsley it will
do for every sick and ailing woman.
If you have symptoms you don't un
derstand write to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn, Mass. Uer advice is free and
will find in MOSLEY'S LEMON
TfrryrxTg, the ideal laxative, a
pleasant and thoroughly re
liable remedy, without the
least danger or possible harm
to, them in any condition
peculiar to themselves.
Pleasant in taste, mild in
action and thorough in results.
Tested for 35 years.
50c. and $1.00 per bottle at
all Drug Stores.
"One Dose Convinces."
Forty years ago and after nw years
of use'on the easternmost. Tower's
Waterproof Oiled Coats'were introduced
in the West arid were "called .Sliders by
the pioneers and cowboys. ?This graphic
name has come into sr h general use that
it is. frequent!/, though wrongfully applied
to many substitutes. -You" want the genta?:
yjjjlj? Look for the ?Sign of the fish and
' tSe riane Tower on the buttons.
MADE IN K.ACJC ANS YELLOW AND
SOLD BY REPRESENTATIVE TRADE
????? THE WORLD OVER, . m
XttOWER COLSTON. MASS-UTSA.
TOWER CANADIAN CO.Lhmttl.T0K0NTO.CAN.
Good Teeth Good Temper
Are characteristic of the
?tk?ris Saws always.
That is because they are
made of the best steel in the
world -% Silver Steel - by
men that know how.
Atkins Sa^-s, Corn Kn:*?, Perfection Floor
..Scrapers, etc., are sold by all good hardware
dealers. /Catalogue on request.
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Largest Saw Manufacturers in the World
Factory, and Executive Offices, Indianapolis
BRAN- HES-New York, Chicago, Minneapolis
Portland (Oregon), Seattle, ban Francisco
Memphis, Atlanta and Toronto (Canada)
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STATBO? OHIO, Our or TOLEDO, I .
LUOAS COUSTI. J *
FaixK J. CHENET maleo oath that ht U
senior partner o? the firm of F. J. OirgxiT 4
Co., dola; baslness la the City of Toledo.
County and State aforesaid, bad that said
firm will pay the dam ot OXC.Z?UXD&ED DOL
LARS for eao'a and ovary oase ol C?TABBH
that cannot be oared by the ust of HILL'S
CATARRH OUSE. FRANS J. O?cxsr.
Bworn to before me and aubsoribed in my
ipresence, this 6th day of Deoeia
< SEAL. [ Ber,A.D., 1886. A.W.GLEABOS,
'-^v-l JTolary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cur?is taken Internally, aul
Rctsdlraetly oa the blood and mucous sur
focesof the system. Send for testimonials,
Iree. F.-J. CHENET <fc Co., Toledo. 0,
Sold by all Druggists, 753.
Take Hall's Family Pills for oo-?stlpatloi.
Bugs are short lived-especially
FITSpermanently cured. No fifo or nervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
NerveRestorer,?!2trialbottleand treatise free
Dr.R.H.KLINE.Ltd.. ?31 Arch St.rPh?a.,Pa
Iceland produces most of he world's
supply of eiderdown.
Mrs. Wins ow's Soothing Syrup for Children
tion,alla;s pain.curcs wind collc,25c. a bottle
Thc number of immigrants from Ger
many last year was 27,984.
J ara sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved
my life throe years ago.-Mrs. Tuon AS BOB
EBTS, Maple St., ?forwloh. N.Y., F.eb. 17,1900
Japan's tea crop will, it is ieared, be
about 6,500,000 j>ounds short this year.
Cares Rheumatism and Catarrh--Medlclne
These two diseases are the result of an
awful poisoned condition of the blood. If
you have aching joints and baot, shoulder
blades, bone pains, crippled hands, legs or
feet, swollen muscles, shifting, sharp,
biting pains, and that tired, discouraged
feeling of rheumatism, or the hawking,
spitting, blurred eyesight, deafness, sick
stomach, headache, noises in the head, mu
cous throat discharge?, decaying teeth,
bad breath, belching gas of catarrh, take
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.). It kills the
poison in the blood whioh causes these awful
symptoms, giving a pure, healthy blood
supply to the joints and mucous mern
brares, and makes a perfect oure of the
worst rheumatism or foulest catarrh.
Cures where all else fails. Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) is - omposed of pure Botanic in
gredients, good for weak kidneys. Im
proves tue digestion, cures dyspepsia. A
perfect tonic ^for old folks by giving them
new, rich, pure blood. Thoroughly tested
for thirty years. Dmggists, #1 per large
bottle, with complete directions for home
cure. Sample free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe
trouble and special free medical advice
sent in sealed letter.
Peacock feathers are said to bring iii
Taylor's Cherokee Bemody of Sweet Gum
and Mullen is Nature's great remedy-Cures
Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption,
and all throat and lung troubles. At drug
gists, 25c, 50c. and $1.00 per bottle.
A woman's idea of frankness is to
have some man tell her how nice he
think she is. So. 45.
ECZEMA FOR TWO YEARS
Little Girl's Awful Snfferln^ With Terrible
* tiela Humor- Sleepless Nights For
Mother- Speedy Care by Cntlcum.
"My little girl had been suffering for
two years from eczema, and during that
time i could not get a night's sleep, as her
ailment was very severe. 1 had tried so
many remedies, deriving no benefits, 1 had
given up all hope.. Hut as a las: resort 1
was persuaded to" try Cuticura, and one
box of the Ointment, and two bottles ot
the Kesolvent, together with the Soap, ef
fected a permanent cure. Mrs. 1. H. Jones,
Addington, ind. T."
NOT HIS TIME TO DIE.
Railroad Man Lives to Tell of Miracu
, - . .. lous Escape.
Jt'liL'" FloeliJi JJ t', Qi - Seata- Chicago^
was nm over by a switch engine and
five cars in the local yards of the Big
Four railway the other day, and still
lives. Flockhart, who was formerly
employed as a Big Four switchman,
came to Kankakee on a picnic ex
cursion. In the afternoon he was
riding on the front end of a switch
engine with two former fellow em
ployes,, when his hat blew off. In try
ing to catch it he lost his balance and
felt directly in front of the' engine.
The engine and five cars in the train
passed over him. The crew hurried
back, expecting to find the mangled
corpse of their companion, but in
stead he was endeavoring to raise
himself to a sitting posture. Examina
tion showed that his injuries consisted
of a crushed right arm and a few cuts
about the head, while the heel of his
right foot had been torn off. The in
jured man was removed to the hos
pital. Local railroad men are un
able to account foj Flockhart's escape
from instant death, &s the firebox of
the engine reaches almost to the
ground. It is thought that after his
arm was crushed by the engine he
was rolled into the center of the
tracks, clear of the wheels of the cars
A man with an idea has gone the
tin-type man one better at Old Orch
ard beach this season. This man goes
about the beach and snaps his custom
ers in the natural poses of their recre
ation. His ork is highly satisfac
tory because of the realism, and his
only drawback is In his inability to
produce the picture cn the spot as his
rival in the tent does.
OLD FASHIONED FARE.4
Hot Biscuits, Griddle Calces, Flss ?nd
The food (hat made the fathers
strong is sometimes unfit for the chil
dren under the new conditions that our
fbauging civilization is constantly
bringing in. One of Mr. Bryan's neigh
bors in the great State of Nebraska
"I was raised in the South, where
hot biscuits, griddle cakes, pies and
puddings are eaten at almost- every
meal, and by the time I located iii Ne
braska I found myself a sufferer from
indigestion and its attendant ills-dis
tress and pains after meals, an almost
constant headache, dull, heavy sleepi
ness by day and sleeplessness nt night,
loss of flesh, impaired memory, etc., etc.
"I was rapidly becoming incapaci
tated for business when a valued friend
suggested a change in my diet, the
abandonment of heavy, rich "stuff and
the use of Grape-Nuts food. I fol
lowed the good advice and shall always
be thankful that I did so.
"Whatever may be the experience
of Others, the beneficial effects of the
change were apparent in my case al
most immediately. My stomach, which
had rejected other food for so long, took
to Grape-Nuts most kindly; in a day
or two my headache was gone. ? began
to sltep healthfully and before a week
was out the scales showed that my lost
weight was coming back. My memory
was restored with the renewed vigor
that I felt in body and mind. ,For three
years now Grape-Nuts food has kept
me in prime condition, and I propose it
shall for the rest of my days.
"And, by the way, my 2% year old
baby is as fond of Grape-Nuts as I am,
always insists ou having it. It keeps
her as healthy and hearty as they make
them." Name given by Postiim Co..
Cattle Creek, Mich. There's a reason.
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--? HM y|iiaMBBM?miiMft*?MMMw
make our annual
Fall bow to the Edgefield
shoppers aud request them call to see
our mammoth stock when iu Augusta,
We have everything from staple Domestics to Finest Dress Goods,
the prices and quality are right.
Our Mi'liuery department is'filled with the newest and latest styles.
Men's .Boy's and^Children's Suits from $2.00 to $18.00,
alsp-4lirge stock of Ladies' Cloaks, Reefers, and* Walking
^???ts. Great Bargains in Ladie's Skirts.
^fmeBt line of Meu'B Pauts in the city from $J.10 to $5.00.
See our big values in Blankets, Spreads and Comforts.
Our SHOES cannot be excelled in the price, quality or style.
MEN'S HATS in all new shapes and colors.
?tf Our store is the place to get yrur money's worth.. .
Augusta Bee, Hive.
The Sultan oC Turkey owns more
than 200 bicycle?.
Senator Chauncey M. Dc-pew lias
aged considerably in thc last lew
General Boolh lins 'o money and re-.
Iles ou n small legacy left him a few
Grand Dulce Constantine of Russia
Is said to he the most cultured Rom
anoff now living.
Secretary Taft has made himself
very popular in San Francisco and
Thf es< .le of the late Senator O. H.
Platt, of Connecticut, amounts to a
little over S20?000.
George Meredith is ono of the group
of authors who remain faithful to the
old-fashioned quill pen.
j Lord Minto, the new Viceroy of In
: dia, is the third ex-t?ovonior-iJeneral of
Canada to hold the yilke.
Governor Miguel A. Otero, of New
Mexico, is one of the most extensivo
sheep breeders in the Southwest.
When thc King of Shun .has on .his
full regalia he is supposed lo represent
an outlay of more than $1.000,000.
Field Marshal Ed hem Pasha, the fa
mous conqueror of Greece, is alive
and in good lien Uh, in Constantinople.
Thomas A. Edison declares that New
York Is too noisy for him and prefers
the seclusion of his New .lersey work:
The German Empress is an early
rises and sits down to breakfast with
the Emperor, winter and summer,
punctually at S o'clock.
The Emperor of Japan will shortly
visit Iso Temple lo lay the tidings o?
the conclusion of the treaty of peace
before rho spirits of- his ancestors.
George Bernard Shaw, who has been
Indulging in some, acrid criticism of
American literary taste, is.said to have,
the most unpardonable set of whiskers
which ever irrew ont of a man's face.
An Antiphony of Love.
A poet has said that "as for Brown
ings love for his wife, nothing more
tender and chivalrous has ever been
told of ideal lovers in an ideal ro
mance, rt Is so beautiful a story
that one often prefers it to the sweet
est or loftiest poem that came from
the Hps of either." True; yet the
lives of the two as poets make the
story what it ls. Their lives, indeed,
were poems, as Milton said poets'
lives should-be, and their poetry was
their life, as Mrs. Browning said
Bhould also be true of poets. The
world could spare neither the lives
oor the soems. and especially would
It DP poor without those poems in
which each sang of the other. Take
these together, was there ever, in all
the treasury of the world's literature,
so. angelical an antiphony of love,
anthemed by the two radiant and im
mortal lovers themselves?-From
Richard Watson Gilder's "A Romance
of the Nineteenth Century" In the
A . union of bartenders has been
formed at Irwin, Pa.
The growth of trade unionism iu
France has been very rapid.
A cigarette makers' union, in Boston,
is the latest trade organization.
The strike of the cotton operatives in
Ghent, Belgium, has terminated.
Without a cigar Edwin Boolh, flu
tragedian, was scarcely ever seen. .
All railway employes in Prussia wit
hereafter be examined once in ?iv?
Young fanners in Norway can bur
row money from their Government ai
three per cent.
Oculists will ride with engineers it
the cab on the St. Paul to test the eye
sight of the men.
Thc nighest workmen's wages-in Ber
lin aro paid to masons-SI.00 to $2.14 ?
day for piece work.
Sir William Mulock has decided t<
try employing deaf mutes in the Post
office Department in Canada.
One-half of the Italian emigrants re
turn to their native country after thej
have saved a competency abroad.
Stone Pla Hermon's Union, at Boston
Mass., struck recently to enforce i
raise of wages from $3 to #3.30 a day.
On December 4, at Denver, Col., th<
National Alliance of Bill Posters lim
Billers of America will meet in con
Uniformed Japanese porters am
waiters will be substituted for negroe:
on the Oriental Limited and the Grea
Efforts of the printers of the South
eastern States toward securing tin
shorter workday next year are meet
ing with success.
Owing to the briskness in the Scotcl
steel trade the Lanarkshire steel mil
men have had their wages advance*
two and one-half lier cent., with, thi
prospect of a further rise in the nea:
To Preserve Autumn Leaves.
For preserving the autumn leaves
which will soon be so plentiful, press
them for several days in a. book, then
dip them In hot paraffin and blow un
til cool. By this method the colors
r?ay he preserved almost Indefinitely.
King and Apple Man.
When London did not extend sc
far as Knightsbridge, George IL, as
he was one morning riding, met ar
old-soldier who had served under.him
at the battle of Dettingen; the king
accosted him, and found that he made
his living by selling apples In s
small hut. "What can I do for you?'
said the king. "Please, your majes
ty, to give to nie a grant of the bil
of ground my hut stands on, and 1
shall be happy." "Be happy," said the
king, and ordered him his request
Years rolled on, the apple man died
and left a son, who from dint of in
dustry became an attorney. The thee
chancellor gave lease of the grounc
tba nobleman, as the apple stall hac
fallen to the ground, where the ole
apple man and woman laid also. Il
being conceived the ground had fal
len to the crown, a stately mansior
was soon raised, when the young at
torney put in claims; a small sun
was offered as a compromise and re
fused; finally the sum of $2,250 pei
annum, ground rent, was settled up
Translation tn Order.
"Dump no yubish her'''Is the notlc
In a vacant lot between Washlngtoi
and Water streets tn the city of Batt
Occurrences of Interest From
All Over South Carolina
General Cotton Market.
Mobile, quiet. 10 3-S
Wilmington, steady.10 3-3
Baltimore, nominal. ..10 3-4
New York, quiet.10.05
Houston, steady.10 3-4
Augusta, quiet.10 5-S
St. Louis, steady.ll
Charlotte Cotton Market.
These figures represent prices paid
Good middling.10 3-S
Strict midd I in-.10 3-8
Msiy Restrain Election.
Gaffney, Special.-C. P. Sims,, of
. the firm of Sims & Hannon, Spar
tanburg, appeared befo ie Judge
I?uffh here and secured an order to
the authorities iu Spartanburg to
show cause before him in Gaffney
next Monday, November 6th why the
superintendents and managers of
election should not he enjoined from
holding the election to decide the
question of "dispensary" or "no dis
The plaintiff in this case is J. W.
Harmon, one of thc county dispen
sers, while the defendants arc I).
*M. Miles, in his own right and as
supervisor of Spartanburg county,
and E. E. Bishop, J. W. Bishop et al.,
managers of election, in their own
right and as managers of election to
be held in Spartanburg county, South
Carolina, for the purpose, amongst
other things, to vote for, or against
having dispensaries in Spartanburg
The order is as follows: State of
South Carolina, county of Spartan
burg, Court of Common Pleas, J. W.
Hannon, plaintiff, against D. M.
Miles et al, defendants: On having
read the verified complaint in the
above stated case upon motion of
Sims and Hannon, attorneys for thc
plaintiff, it is ordered that the de
fendants be required to show cause
before me at the court house at Gaff
ney, South Carolina, on Monday, No
vember the 6th, 1905. at 10 o'clock a.
m., or as soon thereafter as counsel
can be heard, why an order should
not be granted restraining the said
defendants from holding an election
in Spart anburg county, Soul h Caro
lina, on November 7th, 1905, on the
question of "'Dispensary" or "no dis
J. C. KLTJGH,
New Steamer on the WaccamaV.
.s Georgetown, Special-A new steam
er, probably the fastest on the river,
has recently been completed at Con
way and put on the Waccamaw line
between Georgetown and the capital
of the Independent Republic of Hor
ry. Her name is the "Mitchellc C."
She is 100 feet long, 20 feet beam and
is of 104 tons, net burden. The
"Milchelle C" is elegantly fitted up ;
for the accomodation of passengers
but has no sleeping accommodations
for the reason 1hat she will make
daily trips between the two cities.
This line makes the third new line
of steamers that lias opened communi
cation within the past two months*
with the "City on the Sampit."
A Foot ?rashed hy a Train.
Columbia, Special.-About dark.
Thursday night a negro man, who
gave his name as Henry Green and
his home as Ridgeway, was found ly
ing on the side of the Southern rail
road tracks a short distance north of
the freight yards at the Blanding
street, station with his left foot horri
ably mashed. He had been drinking
and was unable to give any coherent
account of how the accident happened
A Sponsor Appointed.
Bamberg, Special -'Brigade Com
mander George Douglas Rouse lias ap
pointed Miss Lewlie Bamberg as spon
sor for the 3?irst brigade, South Caro
lina division United Sons of Confed
erate Veterans. Miss Bamberg has
selected Miss Elizabeth Henry as her
maid of honor. Thc fair sponsor will
be a fitting representative of Bam
berg and Commander Rouse is to be
congratulated on his selection of a
young lady so well fitted by natural
charms and grace of manner for Hie
A.commission was issued last week
to the corporators of the Chester Tee
company, Messrs. T. L. Eberhardt and
C. P. Midgi v. To be capitalized at
The Bank of Cross Anchor was
chartered, the . capitalization being
$25,000. The officers arc L. H. Wilson,
president; M. C. Pool, vice-president,,
and L. Yarborough, cashier.
The National Chemical company of
Allendale has applied for a commis
sion. The capitalization is to be $20,
000; company will manufacture ferti
lizers. W. R. Darlington, IL W. Mon
tague and Louis P. Hart are thc cor
The Aiken Colton and Stock ex
change was eimmissioned. Capitali
zation to be $2,000. Corporators O.
H. Halley, N. Johnson, W. Johnson
and W. J. Moseley.
Great Explosive Discovered.
Vigorite, the new explosive of Pro
fessor Shulz and Engineer Gehre ol
Switzerland, Ls a nitros compound
which, united with saltpeter, has
given results claimed to indicate a
strength about lea times greater than
that of any other explosive. In the
open air it burns without exploding.
It has the further advantage of being
insensible to friction, shock of con
cussion, while lt is not injured b?
wetting pr by freezing,
UNCLE SAM-HA Remedy that Has
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W. H. SMITH & CO.,
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Hl?blit mirlet prlr.o
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Address o? 0) persons Ot
> part Indian blood who are
not livinjc with any tribe,
(3) of men who were drafted in Kentucky,
(S) of mothers of soldiers who have been
denied ponsion ou ?cconnt o? their re
marriage. W o? men who served in the Fed
eral army, or (6) Ih* nearest kin o? such
soldiers or sailors, now deceased.
NATHAN BJCKFOIIU, Attorney,
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ity of Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater"
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and practical experiments. They are
HE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOO'
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Price, 25c, 50c. and $1.00.
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5 Albany St., Boston, Mass.
experiments, ranging over
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