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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31, 1906..
A fail a88ortment of all kinds
of legal blanks^ for sale' at the j
Mrs. Susan B; HiJl has been
the gnest OL Mrs. B. B. Jonts for
Rev. P. B. Lanham^ who is
universally beloved in his several
pastorates, was among the visitors'
to.our city on Monday.
t We were glad to greet Mr. Wal
ter P. Bronson on our str*e?B on
l?ondav. Hs is now hale , and
hearty and strong. Just ao young
as eitner of bis boys.
Cerealite, Cerjalite, Cerealite,
Ask W. W. Adams about it.
Mr. C. A. Cobb, now a residen!
of Abbeville, is spending some
time in Edgefield, and is being
warmly greeted by his old friends.
Some exceptional bargains are
to be found in the Corner Store's
nsw advertisement. Ladies, you
- can't afford to miss them. Spring
'is coming. You can't hold it back,
: and you'll need these gooda.
Dr. T. W. White of Beaufort, a |
gentleman of exceeding culture
and very decided literary talent,
is a guest at the home of Capt. N.
G. Evans, visiting his daughter,
Mrs. J. Berrien Walker.
Leggett's celebrated Teas, and
Roasted Coffee from 10'to 30 cents
Has any one recently' lost v
heavy gold bracelet? Mr. John T.
Faulkner has one that was found
upon .the Btreets of Edgefield,
whictuh/* will cheerfully restore
to the rightful-owner.
Mrs. ^Joseph Kinard, of Bam
berg, who is as youthful and beau-]
tiful as the day she were a bride,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Kin
ma Marsh and sister, Mrs. R. N.
RijtY. J; S. Beasley, the presiding
elder pf the Columbia district.
will preach in the Edgefield
Methodist church on Sunday
evening. This good man is great
ly beloved id Edgefield.
Don't procrastinate in th? mat
ter of registering for the municipal
election _that is to be held on
April the 14th. Call at Mr. CA.
? Griffiu's office, put your name
down and gat you'* certificate.
Oatmeal, Grape Nuts,Force and
Postum just Teceived at
Pretty Jittlo -Gladys -Padgett,
: who. is ? universal favorite among j
-the little folks of our town, en
L tertained her friends very de
lightfully on Thursday evening]
last, the occasion being the cele
bration of her birthday. Besides
the very pleasant social feature, a
sump*.nous luncheon was served.
See our beautifully dec.-rated'
Toilet Sets before you buy.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Mrs. Joseph Maner Lawton and
her sweet little daughter, Gladys!
Boykin, will.leave for their home j
in Savannah the latter part of the
woek. Mrs. Lawton's stay of sever
al months in Edgefield has result
ad in a .compl?te redora; iou to
her accustomed state of health.
The friends of Mrs. Lawton will
be pleased to know that .she wil
Teturu for aoother visit in the
- PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav oj night.
\VE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Don't throw your old fhoes
away but bring them to my shop
over the drug st? re of Tim mons
Bros., and let me half sole them.
Rubber heels neatly put on. All
J. R. KING
Roll foot and head, quarter-j
.awed solid oak 70 inch Beds for]
$8.00. Koli foot and head, quarter
sawed, polished panels 84 In. beds
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Go to the planing mill for shin?
gie.-, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
L. & M. Paint cost ouly% $1.20
a gallon. Seven gallons pai?ts a
moderate size house. Sold,by G.
L. Penn & Son.
Oar Iron Beds baye been ad-1
mired by all who have eeen them- |
prices very reasonable.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Beautiful Toilet sets from*$3.C0|
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
'Nuuna^y's Ceebrated -Candies
just received by express Large j
?oppy for the ho i day season.
Aleo argo shipments of Freer.
. G. L. PENN & SON
The Goldsboro, McFarland,
-Taylor, Canhady and Babcock
Buggies are still going down the
road ? nea d of-al Lot hers.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
.10,000-churches painted with
? M. Paint in .1904. L. & M.
C08?H $1.20 gallon/ Sold .by G. L.
enn & Son;
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn, ODO. of
the most active dud .energetic
pastors ia tho county, was iu
Edgefield on Monday.
Everybody wants to grow col
ton this year. We have before us
a letter from a mau residiug at
Langley who want8 a "cotton
farm". If any one bas such a farm
to let they eau get his address by
calling at this office.
The law firm of Messrs. Tomp
kins & Wells may be said to be
a well rounded firm. Mr. Tomp
kins, ?he'senior member, is rearing
a family of- pretty girls and Mr
Welle, the junior member, is sup
plying the bovB. He and Mrs.
Wells are receiving the congratu
lations pf friends over the arrival,
of a second son.
? A full assortment of the celebra
ted Buist Garden Seed just re
ceived. They have stood the prac
tical test of years.
G. L. Penn & Son.
We direct attention to the new
and attractive advertisement of
Mr. J. M. Cobb. He is offering
6ome bargains for February in
new aud staple merchandise. Mr.
Cobb always has what he adver
tises. Already new spring goods
are arriving at his store, ready for
the early shoppers.
FOR SALE : I have for sale, at
a bargain, one Babcock Buggy
which has been used very little:
If you want a good buggy at a low
price buy this one.
C. E. May."
Little Misses Anna and Lizzi
Hollingsworth, the exceedingly
bright and pretty little daughters
of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. HoHiugs
vtorib, will entertain a number of
their little friends at their de
lightful couutry home on Friday
uext from 5 io 10 o'clock p. m.
Swift's, Baldwin's, Baugh's,
Bradley'?, and Etiwan Guanos.
"You pays your money and takes
W. ?V. Adams.
Enjoy life as it comes to you.
Listen to the bird songs and the
voices of the children. Linger to
watch'the sunset or the opening
of a flower. Take into, your life
the goodness, the pleasure and the
brightness of every day, for we
shall.pass this way but once, and
then wken you reach the last day
that is given you here you will be
content. nd can say, "I have
Now is the time to prepare the
garden. We have just received
a large assortment of Landreth's
Garden Seed, also a full supply
of Onion Sets.
The scarcity of shiugles and the
inferior quality of the best that
are offered is causing not a few
builders lo seek a substitute for
roofing purposes. Tarred felt and
gravel roofing are being used
quite a good.deal, aud with very
sat isfactoiyrr?aults." This~.kiud of
roofing can be more cheaply ap
plied than shingles, and a good
quality is said to be as durable
as the average shingle of to-day's
. February the 2nd, which is Fri
day of this week, is commonly
known as ground hog day. There
is a tradition to thc effect tba' if
the ground hog comeB out of his
winter quarters on that day and
sees his shadow he is fright
ened back into his hole. If it is
cl judy and he does not see his
shadow he remains out, which in
dicates that winter is neariug its
close. Let seo what grouud-hog
day indicates this year.
Th?re:l8.nothing on the market
sup^rior'to a "White Dove" Ham.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
The citizens of the progressive
town of Ward's feel very keenly
the heavy loss sustained by the
recent buming of their school
"building, yet they are not utterly
cast down. Inspired and encour
aged by the zeal aud euergy of
Prof. L. E. Whittle, thn able
princcj'a! of the school aud hi?
t'aithtul corps of teachers, the
citizens have taken up tbo'matter
of issuing bonds to the amount of
$5,000 to replace the building al
once, which is the wiBe and com
mendable course to pursue. Every
dollar that a community invests
in school buildings and equip
ments yields returns au hundred
SALESMEN WANTED tolcol
after our interest in Edgefield and
adjacent counties. Salary or Com
mission. Address Clover Oil And
Paint Co. Clevelaud, 0. . .
National Bud Springs aro tho best
on the market. We have them in
iron and wood frame.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co. g
' Large assortment of clocks
good time-keeperB-at low prices.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
When you want the best Bmoke
m town try a "Franklin" or "Cin
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Try a barrel of my guaranteed
flour at Five and a quarter per
barrel. Satisfaction or your money
W. W. Adams.
Imported macaroni and best
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Full stock hames, trates, and
all kiudB of farming implements.
P. P. Blalcck, Jr.
Don't pay 1.50 a.gallon for.oil
because labeled mixed paint. Oil
only co 6^ 60 ct P. a" gallon. Buy
L. & M. Paint, and add oil. It
m ikes paint cost 1.20 a ga lion.
Sold by G. L. Penn cc-Son.;.
irTii'li i r?'?ni mwmHB&i&i*^^
Capt. J. A- White came ovi
from Columbia and spent Sunda
aud Monday, returning to h
duties^on . Tuesday. His fripnc
are greatly pleased to see him et
joyiug such excellent health.
A certain handsome young get
tleman who hails from Campobe
lo, S. C., evidently finds .th
mountain air too Cold in white
He makes regular visits wit
recurringtrtqueiicy to Edgefield
where the sun shines more bnghl
?y to him than anywhere else o
A Barga ?D: 3,000 yards o
Spring Styles Novelty Gingham
at 5 dents per yard, at this prie
for cask only.
~ - W. H. Turner.
. Mrs. Jack Feltham arrived ii
Edgefield on Monday. We trus
that she has come for a prolougee
visit-one aa long as her friend!
would have it be. .
Dr. J. X- Pattison, the count}
treasur -, has received a check
for $2094,30 from the Comptroller
General for the public
?chool fund, which is this coun
ty's share bf the dispensary profiti
for last year.?
Miss Daisys Sarliug, who ha*
mauy warm friends in Edgefield
will be married this evening tc
Mr. Charles Brown W?6on, of Au
gusta. M?68 Madge Turner went
down to attend the wedding, and
will preside at the piano.
Large shipment of Fancy
Crackers aud Cakes fresh fron
the ovens of the National Biscuii
A distressed NPW York wife whe
sought to have herhUBbaud arrest
ed for oon-support blurted '.'out'i
piece of sound caution: "I knew
.ny husband drank before I mar
ried him," said she, "and I'd likt
to tell auy girl if she thinks she
can reform a mau by marrying
him, slid is wry much mistaken.'
Hoping that the weather will
50?U be more favorable to plaul
growth, uof a few early gardener*
are placing their orders with thf
truckers on Ihe coast for the popu
lar varieties of cabbage plants.
By procuring plants that have
been toughened by being growu ii
the opeo air and ar? now suffi
ciently large to be transplanted
cabbages can be had in the early
spring, long before those from thf
home-grown plants are ready foi
We solicit your prescription
business. Utmost care is exercised
in compounding prescript ions and
only pure, fresh drugs are used.
Our prices are very reasonable.
G. L. Penn & Son.
A bill has been introduced in
the legislature giving a pohcemaD
the authority to make arrests be
yond the limits- of the town by
which he is employed.. We tiust
:that-rhis.will:becom? aiaw. The
'need of it, however, is not so great
iu Edgr.fiold as in towns that are
bordered by densely settled com
munities. Oftentimes unlawful
acts are committed aud the evil
doers seek immunity by fleeing be
youd the towu limits. The pro
posed law will afford relief to thost
towns that, are so environed as to
need further protection.
LesHon8 iu vocal and in
strumental music,, art, and canvas
painting, given by me at my home
ou Columbia street. Apply for
Mrs. Jobu R. Tompkins.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock
mauy ladies of our towu will mast
at the borne of Mrs. W. B. Cog
burn for tho purpose of organizing
a Chrysanthemum association.
There is great need in Edgefield
for such an organization. These
beautiful flowers adorn the yards
of some ot . th? homes but we
would like to soe them very
generally.eultivatf d. [AB it is pur
posed to hold a Chrysanthemum
fair next fall there will .be a
vying with each other ou lh^ part
of many members of the associa
tion. Let Edgtfield be ablaz-3 with
when the blooming seasou rolls
You can't break Mitchell wagon
skeins. We guarantee thain to be
of heBt maleable iron.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
A few days ago Supervisor Self
showed us the plans of a steel
bridge that the county, board of
commissioners will have erected
?cross Steven's Creek at Price's
mill. It is the purposo of the
board to replace all of the large
wooden bridges with modern steel
structures, instead of rebuilding
them of wood. This is a forward
step that the board bas taken.
Owing to the scarcity and ad
vanc?d price of lumber, also the
inferior quality even of the best,
many of the counties are buildiug
sttel bridges entirely. While the
first cost is greater than wood,
yet eventually these bridges will
save money for the taxpayers.- As
soou as Mr. Self receives the
specifications for the bridge be
will advertise forbids.
A. A. Wells, M. P. Wells, J. M.
Mays, P. B. Mays, J. L. Hart, S.
W. Williams and Hamp Smith ar
uow using Mitchell and Owensboro
Wagons. Ask them about their
weak point before buying.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
L. & M. Paint. Lead aud zinc
nou-chalkable. Wears and covers
like gold. Sold by G. L. Ponu &
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE B.KOMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggist refund
che money if it fails to cure. .
E. YV. Grove's signature ison each
.-.. '. ; : -, . ?' _ . .-- . rr. :
Siuce Mr. A.C. English aud'
Mr. W. A. Collott have ..been in
charlie of the depot we. have not
beard a word of complaint. Ou
the contrary, roan}' expiessious
that are very complimentary to.
these gentlemen have reached cur
ears. They are both courteous and
very efficient employees of the
southern, with whom it is a pleas
ure to have businecs dealings.
Mr. W. F. Vance of-the Cleora
seetioo?is ' now ^numbered among!
the dealers in horses aud mules.
He has already sold one lurge lot
and will leave for the market next
week to make another purchase.
Mr. Vance sn vs thai he only deals
in first-class, "gilt ed?e" stock,
but will bavH a few plugs on the
boue yard here next Mouday
salesday-to make it lively for
Fresh canned goods of all kbda
at very reasonable -prices. Your
P. P. Blalock-, Jr.
An entertainment will be given
at the collegfl on Friday " evening
of next week, February the 9th,
for 1 he benefit of the art depart- ?
ment. We Buall have more to say 1
iu detail of this entertainment
next week. Suffice it to say, there 1
are those engineering it who will '
not stop short of making this en
tertainment rank among the best I
of the season. 1
Tho Southern Bell Telephone ,
Company the owners of the Edge
field telej.hone system, will make
many improvements on the local j
exchange ID the near future. The i
growth of the system together I
with the .improvements on the 'i
plant that are. contemplated will :
uecessitate a new and larger office I
for "central." It is probable thal \
tho exchange will be moved into
rooms over tke store of Timmons :
Bros. The Commercial Club also
needs enlarged quarters, and will
rent the office now used for a cen
tral telephone office.
"Model Queen" stoves stand at
the head of all cooking stoves. We
have thora in 22 in. ovens.
'Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Evidently Mrs. Joe Mays has
a very fine breed* of chickens, if
one is to judge them by their
fruits. Here are the figures: From
40 industrious hens danng 1905,
Mrs. Mays sold $41.15 worth of
epgs, $39.35 worth of you'ug chick
ens, and heus to the ".mount of '
$S.S0, making a total iDcoine from
this source of $SS.70. Besides
selling the foregoing Mrs. Mays
now bas 39 young pullets aud 26
hens. In addition to this their
?table was bountifully supplied
with chickens and eggs during the
year. Such poultry beats cotton
farming, even wtre the latter 25
Freeh Jell-O. the popular table
delicacy, just received.
G. L. Penn & Son.
To The Edgefield Mercantile Co.,
Last year ? bought
of you ll tons of Armour's Guano
and I am pleased to say that it
proved highly satisfactory to me.
I found it in wood dry state, easily
handled in distributors, and I
uever had better results from f?r
til ?zura. On 3 aerea of cotton I
used your 9-3 3 -African Cotton
Crower and I gathered from the
3 acres of cotton $270.00 worth of
lint and seed. I recommeud a
liberal use of these goods, as it
pays for liberal use.
W. Pat Johnson.
It makes no difference what toa
merits of a wagon are. You can
fiud one'as good or botter. Try ?
Mitchell br Owensboro.
EL?EFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Fat is of great account
to a bab)7" ;. that. is why
babies are fat. . If your
baby is scrawny, _ Scott's
Emulsion is what he
wants. The healthy baby
stores as fat what it does
not need immediately for
bone and muscle. Fat
babies are happy ; they do
not cry ; they are rich ;
their fat is laid up for
time of need. They are
happy because they are
comfortable. The fat sur
rounds their little nerves
and cushions them. When
they are scrawny those
nerves are hurt at every
ungentle touch. They
delight in Scott's Emul
sion. It is as sweet as
wholesome to them.
Send for free sample.
Be sure that thia picture in
tho form of a label is oa the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
Scott Sr 'Bowne
409.4J5 Paarl street g
.Vc LU York
50c. and $1.00
-Tak? Penn's bitters for .tnt
liyer. There is nothing better.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Does your b
the label Use
whose label s
made with cn
only the Royal
which is the bes
baking powder tha
Messrs. Cobb & Seal, the pro
prietors of the new shoe store,
have every tb ing in readiness for
the formai open i ug ou to-morrow.
A tremendous stock of shoes from
the leading manufacturers has
been received and opened up.
These gentlemen, to whom Edge
Seld extends a most cordial wel
:orae, are.-extremely pleasant and
iffable Shaving a'rcaiy made
The ladies of the Presbyterian
ihurch wbre uuable to have their
?nteftaininent on Friday evening
last on a?couut of the very in
clement weather. Owiug the hold
iugof other similar enterlaiumsnis
these ladies will not now au
Qounce-auother^date but it is their
purpose to give an entertainment
in the near future. They can
always bank upou the ioyal sup
post of the en-.tire community.
Please Come Forward And Settle.
We very seldom remind delin
quent subscribers of arrears or
urge payment through the columus
of the Advertiser. We will, how
ever, depart from our custom/and
ask all who come to town on salet
day, Monday next, whose sub
scription ia past due lo call at our
uffice and settle same. The
amount may not be very large
but in the aggregate they are a
great deal, and we need 4be mon
ey. We carried the subscription
accounts of a great many through
last year who have now sold their
crops and ar? able lo pay. After
waiting.patiently we maae this
reasonable request. -Those in ar
rears will come forward in person
or rem it by mail.
A Card From The Beloved Dr. L.
Editor JEdgefield Advertiser:
May I, through you, say a word
to my friends in^Old Edenfield"
Edgefield ani Saluda. They are
scattered throughout these coun
ties, and I prize their love and
them raore highly than words can
I know that in all crushing sor
rows, the smitten soul must stay
itself on the greatness and love of
God,' and yet, human love and
human sympathies are very sweet,
very comforting. For their abiding
lov? and for their teuder sympathy,
I thank my friends in old Edge
field. I thank them with full
heart. God bless them, each and
L. II. Gwaliney
Cereaiite Top Dressing for
Grain, Cereaiite for Corn and Cot
ton Cheaper and better than
W. W. Adams.
ir p Tr Ki f Old Sores, Itching Piles,
tULLMAj Skin Diseases,
26 AND 50 CENTS A BOX.
Sold by all Drupsrists. Take no other.
Old Family Remedy 25 years.
2 Cases of Spring Pri
2 Cases of -Ginghams.
4 Bales of Brown 4-4 !
Special Values in 4-4 a
4,000 Yards of Embroi
We always have what
flggT'Coat's Spool Cotto
I ara, now offering
COST, and all Winter
Come to see my line
save you money.
akin g powder
? Look upon
only a powder
hows it to be
sam of tartar,
ty lies in buying
t cream of tartan
it can be had.
Large Audiences Should Greet Her
Miss Christine I. Tiding, of
Englaud', a national organizer of
the Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union will arrive in Edgefield
on Saturday of this week. Miss
Tiuling ta3 lectured in England,
Scotland Wales and Belgium and
in twenty one states of the United
States She has spoken before large
audiences in Greenville, Ander
son, Gaffney, Columbia and other
places, and has been most highTy
commended for her winning man
ner, and ber eloquence. Miss Tin
ting will address an audience at
the Baptist church at 4- o'clock
Sunday afternoon, at the Presby
terian.church Sunday evening and
nt the Methodist church Monday
?vening. Do not fail to bear this
earnest speaker, on the. subject of
Death of Mrs. O. O. Timmerman.
On the twentieth of th:s month
our etttire community was sadden
ed by the death of Mrs. Oscar
Timmerman, nee Miss Lizzie Bus
sey, second daughter of our es
teemed neighbor, Mr. Pat Bussey.
Mrb. T'mmerman badb?eu ill for
a year or longer with consump
tion, and while her death W?B not
suuexDected, it was none the less
dad. She hore her long illness with
patience and fortitude befitting
the noble Christiau woman that
she was. Ever thoughtful and
solicitous of the comforts cf those
who mi:.intered to her needs, even
when il waa thought she was toe
weak to notice. Sbe fully realized
her condition being perfectly re
igned to tho will ot' God, and
was prepared to meet her Maker.
She was a consistent member of
the Baptist church, having united!
with the Red Oak Grove church
when a child. She was an affsc
tiouato and dutiful wife and
daughter, a devoted molh?r,a
loving fristcr, a good neighbor, und
a t';anch friend. Although eta
quiet, reserved nature, she was
esteemed by all who knew her, and
in her death this community has
sustained an irreparable loss. She
fell asleep in tTeBiis surrounded by
her loved ones, after having talk
ed with, and taken leave of each
separately. Sho leaves a husband,
three little children, her parents,
three sisters and two brothers tu
mourn her loss. Herjreinains wre
interred iu the cemetery at Red
Oak Grovo church amid a large
concourse of sorrowing relativet
aud friends. The funeral services
were conducted most feelingly by
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn. We extend
our sympathies to, and weep with
those who weep, for the loss of
this loved one.
A FRIEND AND RELATIVE.
JAS. S..BY RD,
EDGEFIELDJ S. C.?
g^OiTue over Post-Office.
Sheeting and Plaids,
nd 10-4 Sheetings,
deries at 5 and io centss.
n wholesale at 5octs per doz.
PATTERN Hats AT
Millinery at very low
before buying. I can
Test 25 Years
ay. 50 ceste*
To the Planters of Edgefield County:
Baldwin's Fertlizers have stood the test of six- j
teen years in our count}', its most liberal buyers
and best friends of to-day, are the planters who
have used it contiually since its introduction in our
county, which fact proves the exceptional merit of
ZERS, the Cotton, Corn,
and Grain grower.
Before making your Fertilizer deals for J906 talk|
with our representative,
W. W. Adam s,
who will give you the secret of making a hale to the I
January Clearance Sale.
We have just token an inventory and find that oar Clothing
6tock is heavier than we wish it to be.
. In order to reduce same we have decided to make the following
prices for the next
FIFTEEN DAYS !
Ali $10.00 Suits - - - - now $8.50
All 12.50 Suits --- - now 10.50
. All 15.00 and $16.50 Suits - 12.50
What we have left in Boys' Clothing will be sold at
10% off on ail Blankets and Comforts *
TUP above reductions will be made to cash customers only.
t?BF'Give U3 a call withiu the next 15 days and take advantage
(f these low pricss.
Within the next week we will have a
of White Linens, White Waistiugs and Suitings, for
the early sd ring trade.
We contracted for these goods last summer, conse
quently at much lower figures than the same goods
would sell at now.
in all staple lines coming in this week to tone up stock
after the holidays.
JAS. E. HART
'Get your Laundry in Tuesdays.
Use All Animal'Matter Ammoniates
High Grade Fertilizers')
Oflicc 911, 912, 913 Prudential tfuildinff,
TO FARMERS :. For Cotton cultivation, a reliable fertili
zer made strictly ftorn ALL ANIMAL MATTER AMMONIATES,
Dried Blood and meat and boneTaukage, should be used. We
use nothing else as au ammoniate. Swift's Reliable fertilizers
will not oat the roots of plants in dry wealher nor leach in
".et weather, which can be
attributed to Cotton Seed
Write us for our new
1905 b?ok'leL Our fertil
ize^ are dry and suitable
for Drilling and always
uniform in quality. Use
?j For Sale By W. ADA31S,Edg:e?icld, S. ?D.
We thank you for the liberal patronage of the past year. We are
now offering the remaiudor of our winter Clothing and .Underwear
at very low figures. Cali on us. We eau show you better than we
can tell you.
"W. ?3,r*"t & Co.
J^TNext to post-office,
of a woman's life, ls the name often given to the "change of life."
Your menses come at long intervals, and grow scantier until they
stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three
or four years, and it is the cause of much pain and discomfort,
which can, however, be cured, by taking
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, irritability, miserable
ness, forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, weak
ness, tired feeling, etc. Cardui will bring you safely through this
"dodging period," and build up your strength for the rest of your life.
At all druggists in $ 1.00 bottles. Try it !
WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly, telling us all your
troubles. We will send Free Advice (in
: plain, sealed envelope). Address: La
dies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tean. .
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
I suffered," writes Virginia Robson,
of Easton, Md., "until I took Cardui,
which cured me so quickly it surprised
my doctor, who didn't know ! was'