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our mammoth stook A
?'We ?aye every thing "from staple Do
the prices and quality
"Our Millinery department is'filled
Men's Boy's and'Children's
also large stock bf Ladies' Ci
suits. Great.Bargains in L
^Finest line pf Men's PantB in the
. / See our big. values in Blankets, S
Our SHOES cannot, be excelled i
^pfEJ?'SSATS in all new shapes
"Our store is the place to get
A. R. P. SYNOD ADJOURNS
'Largest Attendance ia History of the
?. Church-Baseball at Erskine Ex
cites Debate. .
?c^Due, West, Special.-The 102nd
synod.of.the A. R. P. Church of the
^outh held its final session iu the local
--'"--^ci&urch Tuesday night, adjourned at
^11.30 after .'trahsactin all the business
. ^that had come up for consideration.
Excepting the resolution adopted re
. . iative to the enlargement of the for
eign mission policy of,the church by
establishing a station in India, there
^ were no matters of unusual signifi
cance discussed and yet the meeting
; . "of the^ synod of 1905 will be memor
able from the fact that it was proba
bly-the most largely attended meeting
?-',' .in its history.
At Monday night's session it was
decided that Rev. A. J. Rauson of
the Spartanburg church be allowed to
canvass the -Second Presbytery for
sufficient funds to erect a suitable
house of worship ot thai place aud
thatjRev. Gr. W. Hanna of the Little
^.Rbck; Ark., field be instructed to can
yass..the remaining presbyteries bf the
phurch for the same purpose at his
\ ? station.
'/, lv' v - The syuod approved the action of
the board of trustees of Erekine.-Coi
^^f^e?e^'r?viding for ?'-ten per cent, in
. ^erieas^in the salaries of the profes
soys/iind that the salar}- of the prin
lpal-of . the fitting school be raised to
$900;/ The faculty were also given
permission to select tutors fer the
? departments in which they were so
Sv. r - badly needed, that of English, chem
istry, languages and mathematics.
Right of way over campus of 40.
00'\? feet to be used for a street leadiug
.-::> to. the proposed . depot was glinted
the promoters of Due West-Donalds
;- railroad. This action was strongly
^opposed'-by some-..member s of the
v' C"rf isynod.?
. . v.-' The.-.matter that elicited the most
attention and consideration
oh - ^ -~
action.of the synod
report of the board of trustees
?the>coHege recommending that Er
.?kihe' be withdrawn'from the S. C.I.
At A. and be allowed to play no b'ase
ball off the home grounds with any
college. The main argument of those
; in favor of such action Avas the pre
sumed fact that gambling had large
'0i\-?i ty- entered, into the sport and like ille
galities were practiced by the stu
dents when en a baseball trip. After
' -some lively discussion, led by C .. T.
L. Kirkpatrick and representatives
.-.off the faculty on behalf of +,he
synod voted down the resolution, and
? . .thc boys clapped wildly, ignorant of
vvvly""'fha sound of the moderator's gravel.
Rev. T. G. Boyce, D. D., who was
fr ' until" lately the junior editor of Tdie
Associate Reformed Presbyterian, the
- church-paper) asked the synod to co
operate with the newly elected editor.
Prof. G. G. Parkinson, in making the I
paper a success and for the quench
-"n? of. any^-sectional feeling against
" A resolution was offered and adopt
ed to petition' the president in his
coming message to congress to give
some attention to the great need of
abolishing the liquor traffic.
Af ter. several other unimportant j
mattel's had been disposed of, the
^5*i*s^odi-was;led in prayer by Dn Neill
. : v -: ' E.-Pressley of Mexico and after a
(song fwas; adjourned with benediction
^;.r^ by the moderator, to meet at Camden,
M'? Ala., Thursday after the second Sab- ?
. bath of- /November, 1906. '
Greenville Goes Dry.
^. " ^ the elec
. tion held in Greenville county ' oh
-Tuesday^'to* determine the question of
. dispensary or prohibition, the dry
:;?*f'r:<t?cket won by a majority estimated
; closely at 4 to 1.
L?B:;A.VR. P. Synod.
'. - Due -West, Special.-The 102nd
\ r - general syriod^of Associate Reformed
^Presbyterian^church of the south met
^last week here in regular, annual ses
. ion. ' More than 100 delegates and
. - ministers were present at the first roll
?y-caU. ' The meeting was the most
3 largely attended in the history of the
.' church. Due West besides -being a
V:. central pdtut of the entire synod is
the centre of interest of the fwhole
Seceder" denomination. Their the
' ologieal: seminary and both male and
female colleges are located here.
Late. News Notes. ;
Several hundred bales of cotton
were, burned on "the cotton piafo rm
at .St.. Mathews. : The five was acci
dental^ and threatened to do much
Marshal L>V at. Cronstadt. ' -:
; St.' Petersburg, By Cable.-Martial
^?^law^i?ii:.been?1 declared at .Constadt,
Vice-Admiral .Birileff, minister of ma
Hne, left tonight for .Gronsta'd?.
?TJf?o:^^e--cf goodness lt. tb love
.^and^to'^ in tz rests of the
" &.jg?c!ares' Woaaa'? Life; ^ ." I
E . ? ' \
s t them call ~to see
vben iii Augusta, ? f: i
mestics to Finest. Dress Goods,
with the newest and J?test styl
Suits from $2.00 to $18.00,
Iqake, Reefers, and Walkiog
I city from $1.10 to~$5.00.
Spreads and Comforts.
n the price, quality or style.
your mouey^s worth.
b Bee Hive.
A MOVING EXHIBIT
Exhibit to Be Transported to All
j Parts of the State Free of Charge j
. By the Railroads.
A coach has been loaned to' Clem
son college by the Southern railway
company and will be trancported free
of cost to all parts of the State reach
ed by the- tracts of that company.
The Atlantic Coast Line Railway
company has also agreed to run this .
coach over tueir tracks free of cost
to the college. This will enable the
authorities pf Clemson college to
reach the people, in all portions of
South Carolina with valuable instru
ctions on practical questions relating
to agriculture, mechanical, civil and
electrical engineering, textile and
chemical industry, geology and gen
eral industrial education. Experts
not only from the college, but from
other portions of the country, will be
sent with the car to furnish infor
mation or the many industrial sub
jects demanding the attention of the
people. There will be in this car the
needed apparatus, appliances, tools
and impliments to make the course
of- instmctnion highly entertaining
and Valuahle^_^Specimens of plants,
bj^oiafTfilnerals, etc., will be found
in this car. A first class lantern,
with many lantern slides on many
subjects, will he placed in the car for
the free and liberal use of the people.
Valuable Records May Be Had.
Capt. W. A. Courtenaj' has written
to Gov. H?yward urging that this
State cooperate with others of the 13
original States to get from records in
European capitals a lot of valuable
information relating to these colonies
when they were not independent
States. Capt. Courtenay' writes that
these .manuscripts have been exami
ned in the archives of London public
record office and in contitential irfl?tfu?- ?
t^ries^r^"'.in*'1' -'oem! iWuiiounc?d in
??r?spensable by such mon as Mr. Wm.
M.- Evarts, Joseph Choate and other
Charters Asked For.
The secretary of state has been ask
ed to issue a commission for a com
pany to be capatilizcd at $150,000
which will construct a system of
waterworks for Georgetown, the spply
to be. obtained from the Black river.
The Bishop vii le Mule company and
the'Hartsville Mule company applied
for commissions. The corporators are
the same in both concerns, and the
capital stock of each will be $10,000.
John W. Conder, of Columbia, W. T.
Gregory and J. M. Hood are the par
'.. The Baptist State Convention.
Columbia, Special.- Preparations
are being made for the meeting of the
State Baptist convention in this city
the first week of December. The lo
cal committee on hospitality, of
which the Rev. Walter E. Wilkins is
the chairman is making ready for 500
delegates, among whom will be manyi
of tH strongest ministers and lay
men in South Carolina. The meeting
ol the convention will begin on the
night of Friday, Deeember 1st, and
will probably continue until the next
Tuesday or Wednesday.
New Railroad in Horry County.
The Eddy Lake and Northern rail
road company has applied for letters
of incorporation. The incorporators
are W. M. Bugan and Norman Jones
of Baltimore, George'Oflicer md J. W.
Little of Eddy Lake and R. B. Scar
borough of Conway. Capitalization
to be" $100,000 with privilege of in
creasing to $200,000. The road will
bc of standard guage, 35 miles in
length, with Marion and Eddy Lake
as the terminal points.
Charleston, Special.-The St. John
hotel is making the experiment of
empioyi?g white girls as waitresses
instead of colored waiters. Eight
girls arrived here and immediately
went to work.. This is the first time
that white help has been employed in
such capacity in Charleston and thc
result of the innovation will; be
awaited with interest. The St. Jobn
hotel, as the Charleston hotel and
Argyle hotel are now preparing for
tourists season. .
Trying to Save His Dog He lost his
Sharon, Special.-Mr. Jule Jack
son, a section haud on the Southern
railway, was hit and instantly killed
by the westbound passenger train
Friday afternoon about four miles
from town.. Mr. Jackson was trying
to rescue his dog from the track when
the train struck him. .
v..The fact that ex-President Grover
Cleyeiand's year!., income is but $10,- '
000/ remarks, the New York Sun, may
be of intered to the political chaps
who forgot what some of the. intens
eat political critics.of'the e? President
never lost sight of for a second-that
he couldn't be 'dishonest any more
Uian. he could fly, 'Y
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not only wood, iron
and other materials
better than any
other, but they cut
TJiat is because they
are made 'of the best steel
in the world by men that
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Never judge a woman's beauty by
rtt?efriilflli?-Upr "* V .. ^ So: 47.
Taylor's Chcrokoe Remedy of SweeV?rtmJ
and Mullen is Nature's great remedy-Cures
Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption,
and all throat and lung troubles. At drug
gists, 26c, 50c. and ?1.00 per bottle.
Parish Clerk's Record.
The Yarmouth (Eng.) Parish Maga
zine claims that Mr. E. J. Lupson, the
parish clerk in that town, has a rec
ord unparalleled in the Church of Eng
land. Appointed forty-two years ago,
he has served under seven vicars, and
since 1SG3 has been absent from Yar
mouth only once in 2,102 Sundays,
while temporary indisposition has pre
vented the performance of his duty
In the parish church on but three
other occasions. He has attended
11,942 marriages, and has "given
away" the bride on 1,264 occasions.
These marriages were solemnized by
218 diiferent clergymen. Mr. Lupson
still performs his duties with all the
alertness of a man twenty years
Even hunger isn't an infallible cuve
MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WOSEH
Lira. Pinkham'3 Advice Saves Many
From this Sad arid Costly Experience
It is a sad but
ktrue fact that
>brings an in
crease in the
number of opera
upon women in
More than three
fourths of the
_ on those snow
white beds are'women and girls who
are awaiting or recovering from opera,
tions made necessary by neglect.
Every one of these patients had
plenty of warning in that bearing down
feeling, pain at the left or right of the
womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in the
small of the back,' leucorrhcea, dizzi
ness, flatulency, displacements of the
womb or irregularities. All of these
symptoms are indications of -an un
healthy condition of the ovaries or
womb, and if not heeded the trouble
will make headway until the penalty
has to be paid by a dangerous opera
tion, and a lifetime of impaired useful
ness at best, while in many cases the
results are fatal.
The following letter should bring
hope to suffering women. Miss Luella
Adams.of the Colonnade Hotel, Seattle,
Wash., writes: -
-Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
"About two years ago I was a great suf
ferer from a severe female trouble, poins and
headaches. Tho doctor prescribed for me and
fi^?y told me that I had a tumor on th?
womb and must undergo an operation if I
wanted to get well. I felt that this was my
death warrant, but I spent hundreds of dol
lars for medical help, but tho tumor kept
growing. Fortunately I corresponded with
an Aunt in the New England States, and she
advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound, as it was said to euro tu
mors. I did so and immediately began to
improve in health, and I was entirely cured,
the tumor disappearing entirely, without an
oporation. I wish overy suffering woman
Would try this great preparation."
Just, as surely as Miss Adams was
cured of the troubles enumerated in
her. letter, just so surely will Lydia E. .
Pinkham's- Vegetable Compound cure
every woman in the land who suffers
from womb troubles, inflammation of
the ovaries,.kidney 'troubles, nervous
excitability'?nd; nervous prostration.
MTS. Pinkham invites all young
'women who are ill to write her forfrec
advice. Address; Lynn, Mass,
Notes of Southern Cotton Mills and
Other Manufacturing Enterprises*
- ? -. fe*; .
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W?tkmsville, Ga.-Watkihsvi?i?. is
to have a $100,000 cotton mill at, an
early date. A company has been or
ganized to place the new mill in^oper
ation. At the head of the company
as president, secretary and treasurer
is Hon. E. B. Thompson, of Ocon?e
county, one of the best farmers in.
this State and also a well knowai'busi
ness main' A. J. Baxter, of High
Shoals, is to be the superintendent of
the new mill. Mr. Baxter is " -'man
of wide experience in the n. jusi
ness. The directors are A.. ..'. Ash
ford, A. C. Jackson, Dave Osborne,
Henry Thomas" and E. T. Crowley. Tn
addition to ?the establishment of the
new cotton mill plant the company
will also establish a water works and
electric light plant that will serve.the
purpose of the cotton mill and at..the.
same time give the town of Watkins-:
ville a good supply ' of water foi
ilomestic uses and fire protection, ?nd
light the streets of the town with;,
Graham, N. C. The Leota Cotton
Mill Co. takes over and will operate
the plant of the Voorhees Manufact
uring Co., at Graham, N. C. The mill
bas 1248 spindles, 136 looms, dyeing -
squipment, steam powerplant, etc, for
manufacturing cloth. Its ^machinery
is housed in a main building three
Stories high, 75x121 feet; there it; al soi
a lopper-house, dye-house and boiler;
house. The Leola corporation was
reported several weeks ago as incor
porated with capital stock of $.125!
000 by Messrs. Jas. V.Pomcroy, Wm. .
E. White and J. H. White. Mr. Pom
eroy has been elected secretary.
Laneville, Ala. Henderson, Lewis
Bros. & Co., have purchased the l?rg?
farm of J. T. Smith and will put up
a cotton mill soon. They have also
closed a deal for shoals-on the TaTia
poosa river above the mouth of
Crooked creek, where they will install
an electric plant to operate the cotton
mill and furnish power for Other
machinery at this place.
Athens, Ga. The Star Thread Mills
Capt James White, proprietor, are
planning to effect extensive enlarge
ments next year, and the capacity
will-be nearly doubled. Some 5,000
spindles will be added and electri
sity will be used for mo ti" - power.
The star mill now has 7,000 spindles
(ring) in place, and makes yarns.
Besides this enlargement, Captain
White will develop the power of the
Barnett Shoals on the O cooee river,
and utilize it in his mills, transmit
ting the energy hy electricity.
Atlanta, Ga. W. H. Carter, has
.ibout completed arrangements to
Duikl a cotton bag factory and later
1 $1,000,000 cotton mill at Memphis,
renn. He has interested I. F. Peters, '
B. W. Hirsch and B. J. Campbell, of '
Memphis, in his proposition, and a '
$30,000 company will be formed to
build the bag factory first.
Charlotte, N. C. The Orient Mj?
are to be- sold on thc*-?5th ojt il
month at public sale, by. "F?x. John
ston, plaintiff, for debt. l?^T?s valuable
property, cojnjjjsting^^/two brick facr
tufe*^nCl3,200 spindles and 520
looms. The lot contains 13 1-2 acres
^nd there are 13 tenement houses.'
It has been ascertained that David
Clark is the promoter of the new cot
ton factory company regarding which
there have been rumors at Charlotte,
N. C. A capital stock of 50,000 is
contemplated. If the plan materia
lizes, the product will be co?rse cot
Opelousas, La. Steps are being
taken for the erection of a cotton fac
tory here. Messrs. Little and Lawler,
of this place, being reported as the
New Orleans, La. It is most proba
ble that the Lane and Maginnis mills
will consolidate. Meetings of the
stockholders were called for the 14th,
presumably to consider the deal.
Memphis, Tenn. A cotton bag fact
ory, with a capitalization of $300,000,
all subscribed, and giving employ
ment to 300 persons is now, assured
for this city.
Huntsville, Ala. .The Madison
Spinning Mill and all the franchises
ind real and personal proper ty.pf the
Madison Manufacturing Company,
were sold at auction Monday in accor
dance with a recent decree of the Un
ited States Supreme Court, gained by
the Farmers' Loan & Trust Company,
of Nev; York. The mill has about
15,000 spindles and until suspension
employed 250 people.
The Charlotte Tubing Company is
the latest industrial enterprise to be
launched in Charlotte. Dis. C. A^ arid
M. A. Bland and J. S. Loughead are
the incorporators and an application
for a charter Avas made recently. The
company will be capitalized at
The company will at once begin the
erection of a plant near the city for
the manufacture of cotton mill tubes
along modern and improved lines.
Whi?ney, N. C. .It is reported that
contracts have been closed with the
Whitney Reduction Company, to fur
nish 0,000 horse-power of electrical
energy at thc four Cannon mills-one
at Concord and three at Albemarle.
The aggregate amount of the contract
will be between $12-1,000 and $135,000
Spray, N. C. Mule-spun yarns on
thc woolen system will be raaufaet
ured by the American Thread Com
pany, recently organized by RT/Fraul?
Mebaue. ' RI:
Four Alleged Lynchers Arrested.
Mobile, Special.-A special to the
Register from Hattiesburg, Miss.,
says that D. B. Holmes, R. H. Holmes,
A. Rowe and Albert F. James, promi
nent white men, were arrested on in
dictments returned by thc grand jury
charging them with: complicity in the
lynching of Kid George and Ed Brocky
uegvoes. ,The men were not placet!
in jail, blit are held under/guard at
Hie Hohnes residence, llebcks corpus
proceedings for their' arrest will ;, be,
begun by the chancellor. ; , ' ,
WASTED TO A SHADOW? j
30nt found a Core After Fifteen ?earj
. of Suffering.
Ak &. Stotts, messenger at th<
State Capitoij Columbus, 0.? says:
"For fifteen yeait
? had kidney trou
^ bles, pud though 1
could not find a
cure. I had heavy
headaches and terri
ble urinary disor
ders. One day 1
collapsed, fell .In
sensible on the side
walk, and then
wasted away in bed for ten weeks.
After being given up, I began using
Doan's Kidney Eilis. In a couple of
months I regained my old health,
and now weigh 188 pounds. Twelve
boxes did it, and I have been well
two year?." . .
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In an argument most men shout so
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A boy that,won't fight other boys
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We oner One Hundrod Dollars Be ward to;
any case of Catarrh that cannot be ouredlb?
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I I Soda water is now prescribed for hunger.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Ohildren
tton.allay? paln,cure3 wind cplic,25c. a bottle
China's Bowe-and Arrows.
Though an attempt w?s made two
years ago to abolish bows and arrows
as the national weapons of China the
work has only been accomplished
within tlie last few weeks. The im
perial archers have existed up to the
time the royal edict put them out ol
business about a month ago. The em
|. peror's decree is as follows: "Our, dy
nasty wan established by means of the
bow and arrow and the art is still
therefore kept up .in the examination
of officials and the drilling of troops.
Lately, however, military science has
improved and weapons are being mod
ernized every day and we. must Imi
tate the martial spirit of our anees
I tors by using our best endeavors to es
tablish a strong government. Here
after the princes, dukes and ministers
of the eight banners must all earnest
ly practice military art and-attain the
utmost proficiency, which will leave
no time for the observance of mere
forms, and we order all officials in fu
ture not lo carry the bow and arrow
when they attend state- ceremonies,
nor are imperial bodyguards or the
palace guards to use them, but the
'best weapons must be provided foi
them. Let the board of war draw up
the necessary regulations for the prop,
er testing of military efficiency for the
soldiers and let the said board repor!
If a girl is all the world to a young
man he naturally resents any attempt
of other men to acquire the earth.
PASSING OF PORRIDGE.
Maires Way For the Better Food of *
"Porridge is no longer used for
breakfast in my home," writes a loyal
Briton from Huntsville. Ont. This was
an admission of no small significance
to one "Drought up" on the time-hon
"One month apjo," she continues. "I
bought a package of Grape-Nuts food
for my husband, who had been an in
valid for over a year. He had passed
through a severe attack of pneumonia
and la grippe combined, and was left
in a very bad condition when they
"I tried everything for his- benefit,
but uotbing seemed to do him any
good. Month followed month and ho
still remained as weak as ever. I wan
( almost discouraged about him when I
got the Grape-Nuts, but the remit has
compensated me for my anxiety.
"In the one month that he has eaten
Grape-Nuts he has gained 10 pounds
ju weight, his strength is rapidly re
turning to him, and he feels like a new
mail. Now we all eat Grape-Nuts food
and are the better for it. Our little 5
year-old boy, who used to suffer from
pains in the stomach after eating the
old-fashiouE'd porridge, has no more
trouble since he began to use Grape
Nuts, and I have no" more doctor's bills
to pay for bim '
"We use Grape-Nuts with only sweet
cream, and find it the most tasty dish
In.our bill of fare.
"Last Monday I ate -i teaspoonfuls of
Grape:N.uts and cream for breakfast,
nothing else, then set to work and got
ray morning's work done by 0 o'clock,
and felt less tired, much stronger, than
if I had made my breakfast on meat,
potatoes, etc., as 1 us?.tl to. I wouldn't
be without Grape-Nuts in the house
for any money.'" Kaine given by Pos
tum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. There's
. Read the little book "The .Road to
Wellville" In pkgs; . ' " ;
ITCHING- SCALP . HUMOR
lady Su.Terecl Tortures Until Cured, by
Cuticuru-Scratched Day and Night.
"My scalp was covered with Httle pim?
pies and I suffered tortures from the itch
ing. I was scratching all day and night,
and I could get no rest. I washed my
head with hot water and Cuticura Soap
and then applied the Cuticura Ointment as
a dressing. One box of the ointment and
one cake of Cuticura Soa.p cured me. Now
my head is entirely clear and nay hair ia
growing splendidly. I have used Cuticura
Soaj ever since and shall never lie without
it. (Signed) Ada C. Smith, 309 Grand St.,
Jersey City, N.J."
Burmah is stirred by the question of offi
Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh-Medicine
These two diseases are the result of au,
awful poisonod condition of the blood. Ii'
you have aching jointe and back, shoulder
blades, bone pains, crippled hands, legs or
feet, swollen muscles, shifting, sharp,,
biting pains, and that tired, discouraged
feel'ig of rheumatism, or the hawking,
sp T*Vi*ig, blurred eyesight, deafness, sick
stomach, headache, noises in the hoad, mu
cous throat discharges, decaying teeth,
bad breath, belching gsa of catarrh, take
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B; B.) It kills the
poison in tho blood which c mses these awful
symptoms, giving a pure, healthy blood
supply to the joints and mucous mem
branes, and makes a perfect cure of the
worst rheumatism or foulest catarrh.
Cures where all else fails. Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) is composed of pure Botanic in
gredients, good . for weak, kidneys. Im
proves ?he digestion, cures dyspepsia. A
perfect tonic for old folks by giving them
new, rich, pure blood. Thoroughly tested
for thirty years. Druggists, $1 per large
bottle, with completo 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.
Berlin has about thirty vegetarian res
288 Solid Gold, plain
0)7 Solid Go'd, plain . .
310 Solid Gold, plain
338 Solid Gold, pearls
478 Gold plate, bead e?go
485 Gold plate, pearl
665 Sterling Silver, plain .,
Sterling Silver Erooches
9016 Handy Pin, hoUy
9305 Crescent .
9313 Heart . . .
9315 Swallow . . .
9318 Owls, gray . . .
Solid Gold Brooches
696 Pearl crescent . . 2.75
712 Baroque pearls, diamond 25.P3
Piso's Cure ls: the best medicine we everusod
for all affections of throat and lungs.-War.
0. ENDSLE?, Yanburen, Ind., Feb. 10,1900.
London uses 211,323,602 gallons of water
22 Pearls and baroques . 4.00
724 Pearls ... 4.00
781 Crescent, pearl. . Lao
.35 7 Pearls, solid gold L23
.40 64 Head, pearl, solid froid 1.50
.25 76 Wisiibone.solid (reid . ?0
.35 9427 Wishbone, Sterling' silver JO)
35 9454 Mapleleaf sterling silver .20
35 9472 Buoy eyes, sterling silver -.SSL
lr*' jr Catalog: Tis now ready for mailing. The book contains 152 pates and Illustrates over 9000 articles
j Diamonds, Gold and Silver Jewelry, Leather, Ebony, Toilet Gc jds. Watches, Rlntft Table Ware, etc.
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For ten years we have been tilling orders by-mail to tho entire satisfaction of thousands of customers
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Solid Gold Keck Chains
219 Neck Chain, 13 inches ' SM
224 Neck Chair-, 13X inches 2.76
231 Bead Necklaco,14 inches 10.00
134 Solid Gold Links ' -
686 Solid Gold Locket '.
9.ro Sterling Silver Bat Pin
10302 Violot pattern Coffee
10285 Violet Tea Spoons doz. 8.00
Our C?talo? X pictures the com
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434A Suljd Gold Sifc-not Bing 3J60
457A Diamond Bing-. 1C0.00
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out a liberal amount of POTASH
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must be in the
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W. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt Edge Lino
cannot be equalled at any price.
form of Sulphate of POTASH of
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Address, GERA?AN KALI WORKS,
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tO CURETE 6RIP?"
UN ONE DAY
pms HO roioffiayiE
SS GUARANTEED TO CURE
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I won't sell Anii-Grlplne to a dealer who won't Guarantee It*
Call ior your MOX ETC HACK IF IT ?O-ESX'T CTJ.3E.
JP. W. Diemer, JZI./>., Manufacturer, Springfield, Mo
For Constipation, Biliousness, In
digestion, Sour Stomach, Colic,
Dizziness, Headache and anything
caused by a disordered Liver.
" That Drowsy Feelins "
by putting your digestive organs
to work, increasing your appetite,
and, iu fact, makes you feel like a
soc. and $r.00 per Bottle
at all Drug Stores.
One Dose Convinces.
Mad? m bloik orytllow for oil krcds
of wet work. On sak evtrywhere.
Look for the 5tjn of the fiih,on<J
the MIM TOWER on the buttons.
To Be Given for
We will give One Dollar fora Postal j
Card giving the first reliable news of
a chance to sell a horizontal steam
engine of our styles, within our range
of size's. We do not want inquiries at
this time for vertical, traction pr gas
ENGINES AND BOILERS
have for years been tbe standard for nil steam
plants. Beat of material and workmanship.
Our big output enablea us to sell on small prof
its. An Atlas, tbe best in the world, costs no*
more than the other kind.
' Write today for oar special offer.
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS
Sellins ?genclo. In ?ll cltlci INDIANAPOLIS
Corlis. Engine? High Speed Encinr. WaterTube Boiler.
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Atlas Engine, in t?rrico 3,000,000 H. P.
iuu Boiler, in i.rrico 4,000,000 H. P.
W.L. DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS
- MORE MEN'S S8.BO SHOES THAN
ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER.
. fl Anil REWARD to anyone who ran
$ I UjUUU disprove this statement.
W. L. Douglas 53.50 shoes have by their ex
cellent style, easy fitting, and superior weering
qualities, achieved the largest f ale of any $3.50
shoe In the world. They ure Just as good as
those that cost you $5.00 to $7.00-the only
difference Is.the price. If I could take you Into
my factory at Brockton, Moss., thc larpest In
the world under ono roof making men's fine
shoes, and show you the care with which every !
P2'?" ot Douglas shoes is mcde, you would realize
why W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes ere the best
shoes produced in the world.
If I could show you the difference between the
shoes made in my factory End those of other
makes, you would understand why Douglas
$3.50 shoes cost more to make, whv they hold
their shape, flt better, wear longer.'and arc of
greater Intrinsic value than any other $3.50
shoe on the market to-day.
W-"L- Douglas Sipori? MadoShocafof
Mon, $2.5 -3. $3.GO. Bc&B' Schcol ?
Opess Shooo,$2.50, $3, $f. 7?,$1.BO
CAUTION.-Insist upon having Vf. L.Dong
las shoes. Tako no substitute., Nono genuine
without his nattie ami ju ice stamped on bottom.
"WANTED. A shoe dealer in ererv town where
W. Ii Douglas Shoes arc not sold. * Full line of >
Samples sent free for inspection upon request. ,
Fust Color Eyelets used; t!?ei? wi!I not u-car breast/.
Write for Illustrated Catalog of Fail Styles.
W.I* DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mas?.
Orelia,** il Wait ev
Is a Certain Cure for
ll ops^ ^REI)
Removes all swelling in 8 to 20
days ; effects a permanent cure
in 30 to 6oda3'S. Trial treatment
given free. Kothingcan be fairer
write Or. H. H. Green's Sons,
Specialists, Box B Atlanta, Ga.
ABIES CHOICK" Shirt-Waist and Skirt
H Holder. No ruined waists, blocdltifrfluKers or
Ba untidiness, but always neat, trim. u^lo-date.
Knell 2JC.,G tor gi. O.K.Supply Co.,3rendot?. Ul.
CCRtS WHERE AU EISE FAILS.,
J Best Cough ?yrup. Tastes JooCi:
'n time. Sold by graggtoti;
Stimulates Ahe Liver, cures
Biliousness, Jeour Stomach.,
Irregularities .of the Bowels.
A natural product, prepar
ed by concentration ; a gen
uine natural water.
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