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HERITAGE CF CIVIL WAR;
Thousand* o? Soldiers Contracted Chronto
; Kidney Trouble While In the Service.
The experience of Capt. John L-IEIJ.
jot] Co. E, J7tb Oblo% now living at 500
East Second street. Newton. Kansas,
will Interest the tbon
snnds of veterans who
came back from the
Civil War suffering tor
tures with kidney com
plaint. Capt. Ely says:
"I contracted kidney
trouble during the Civil
War, and tin? occasional
attacks fiualiy devel
^-opecl Into a chrjnic
case. At one t:me I had to use a
crutch and cane to get about. My
back was lr. me aud weak, and besides
the aching, there was a distressing re
tention of the kidney secr.dlcns. I
"was in a bad way when . began using
Doan's Kidney Tills In 1901. but the
remedy cu-ed me, and I*have been
well ever since." .
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any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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perfectly honorable in all business transac
tions and. financially able to carry out any
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Giraffes are the most difficult of all ani
mals to take by surprise._
To Cure a Cold lu One Day.
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Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E.
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. The coldest city in tue world is Yakutsk,
? H. H. GREEX'S Soxs, ot Atlanta, Ga., ard
lae ouly successful Dropsy Specialists tn tua
world. See their liberal offer in advertise?
ment in another column ot this paper.
j The pay of the Chinese soldiers figures
exactly eishteen cents per week.
' Itch cured in SO minutes by Wooliord's
Sanitary Lotion; . never falls.- Sold by
Druggists. Mail orders promptly filled
/ by Dr. Detchon, Crawiordsville, Ind. $1.
Women in China have the privilege of
fighting in the wars.
Argument Without Words. '
"Is the sense of smelling more pleas
ing than the sense of. tasting?" was
the subject before a debating club re
cently.' James Keys, a man of few
words, was the last to speak in the
negative, and all were anxious to hear
; what he had to., say. When the time
approached for him to speak, he rose
slowly, walked, tb ; the:"other side of
the room and rang th? bell. He or-'
dered a glass of hot whiskey punch
and drank it off with great gusto.
-Then, turning.to his opponents, he
handed the empty glass to the lead
ing disputant, and thundered: "Now,
sir, smell it." It is almost needless
to add that Keys, carried the declsjon
for the negative.
That in address
ing Mrs.; Pink
ham you are con
fiding your private
illa to' a* woman
a woman whose experi
en ce with women's dis
eases covers a great
Mrs. Pinkham is the
daughter- - in - law of
Lydia E. Pinkham,
and for many ?ears,
and since her de
cease, shebas been
advising sick wo
men free of charge.
suffer In silence and drift along .from
bad to worse, knowing full well that
they ought to have immediate assist
ance, but a natural modesty impels
them to shrink from exposing th ena
selves to the questions and probable
examinations of even their family
physician. It is unnecessary. Without
money or price you can consult a wo
man whose knowledge from actual ex
perience is great.
Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation.
Women- Buffering from any form of
female weakness are invited to promptly
communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn, Mass. All letters are received,
' opened, read and answered by women
'only. A woman can freely talk of her
private illness to a woman;.thus has
been established the eternal confidence
between Mrs. Pinkham and the women
of America which has never been
broken. Out of the vast volume of
experience which she has todraw from,
it ia more than possible that she has
'gained the very Knowledge that will
help your case. She asks nothing in
return except your good-will, and her
advice has relieved thousands. Surely
any woman, rich or poor, is very foolish
if she does not take advantage of this
generous offer of assistance
If you are ill. don't hesitate to get a
bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable
Compound at once, and write Mrs. Pink
hom. Lynn. Mass., for special advice.
When a medicine has been successful
in restoring tc health so many women,
you-cannot well say, without trying it
" I do not believe it will help me."
There is no satisfaction keener
than being dry and comfortable
when out in the hardest atorm.
^TOll-ASE Sm Of THIS
Br YOU WEA?
AT?T0W!? CMOSTOX. ?ARUSA.
Resignations Were All Sent in
STARTLINGLY SUDDEN DEFEAT
On Comparatively Minor Debate Over
Church Inventory Riots Govern
ment is Defeated by Opposition, In
cluding Both Clericals and Social
ists, and Premier Rouvier and Col
l?gues Tender Resignations to Fig
Paris, By Cable-Like a shut from
a clear sky, the Rouvier Ministry Avas
defeated ia the Chamber of Deputies
and immediately resigned.
The cabinet crisis comes at a dra
matic moment, when thc Franco-Ger
man contest has reached a decisive
stage, and may exert an important
adverse influence on the Algeciras
conference and on European affair?.
The defeat of the government came
on s. compal itively minor debate over
the Church directors. Thc government
succeeded in holding "only 234 voles,
while the various elements in opposi
tion-Clericals, Socialists and Nation
alists-united and polled 2G7 voles,
thus placing the Ministry in a minor
ity of 32.
Premier Rouvier, with nil of his col
leagues, immediately proceeded lo thc
Foreign Office, whew a joint letter of
resignation was prepared. Later, M.
Rouvier presented, this letter to Presi
dent Fallieres, who accepted the
resignation. The President announc
ed bis intention of consulting the
Presidents of the Senate and Chamber
i>f Deputies relative lo thc formation
af a new cabinet.
BLOODY RIOT FORMED TOPIC.
.Thc debate in the Chamber of De
puties -was upon the bloody riot dui
ng the taking of an inventory o? a
mureil in the- village of Boesch?pe,
resulting iii the death of a man-ifest
Variqus orators severely criticised
he government's course, asserting
hat it threatened to precipitate a re
igious wa ?.fare.
Premier Rouvier responded :
"The government has thc duty to
ipply the law. It will apply it wilb
urt weakness. 1/ut also with the pru
lenee, tact and wisdom consistent
vith public tranquility. I . ask the
idoption of a resolution approving
hese d?clarations of thc govern
The resolution was thereupon pul
o a vote and defeated. The result
ras due to a combination of opposi
ion influences. The vote was more
xpressive of personal antagonism to
he Ministry I han of opposition to
- Named to Murder President.
New Orleans, Special.-Declaring
hat her life will be taken unless she
ssassinates President Roosevelt, a
roman who gave her name as Mrs.
V. B. Lcwaller, of Philadelphia, ap
lied at central poiicc headquarters
or protection. She spoke rationally
n all general subjects, but thc police
droner decided to detain her for an
xamination. Mrs. Lowaller said that
he fell in with a party of Socialists
i Philadelphia, and that she was tak
n to a room there and made to take
ii oath against the President, being
aid. that she would bc destroyed if
; was not executed.. She said she
ed to Houston, Texas, but the men
allowed her lhere and that she bad
icu come io New Orleans.
Western Roads Lower Rate.
Chicago, Special.-Western rail
aads, The Record-Herald says have
ecided to make voluntary reductions
i transportation charges amounting
i the aggregate lo many million dol
li's annually. The proposed reduc
ons are to be made in all thc rates
I the six classes into which freight
divided and will be effective in thc
itire territory between thc Allantie
aboard) and the Missouri river. In
mera I, the reductions will amount to
jproximately 13 per cent. .
Not to Strike on Southern.
Washington, Special.-In an au
orized interview H. B. Pelham, of
. Louis, prosidont of the Order of
nhvay Telegraphers, stated that the
Ire ren?es* wilji the Southern Bail
ly Company were being amicably
justed and that lhere would be no
like on Friday as heretofore au
mnessee Republican Committee
rasbviUc, Tenn., Special-The State
.publican committee mel herc Wed
sda.v and decided lo i-.all a eunyciir
m !" uject her?' August 2 next, lo
minare, candidates lor Governor, and
fer Stale <.>fhcials. Lines between
?; so-called Evans and Brownlow
:fion:s 'wove ian (ly drawn.
Planet, Jr., 1
cost no mor
What is Being Done Day hy Day By
the National House and Senate.
To Mark Confederate Graves.
Thc House passed the army appro
priation bill, also thu Foraker bill
providing for the marking ot' the
graves of Confederate dead, buried in
Dolliver Speaks for Hate Bill.
The discussion of the railroad rate
questi:i in the Senate was continued
by Mr. Dolliver, who spoke in sup
port of the Dolliver-Hepburn hill.
He said that thc bill was intended
merely to supplement the existing in
ter-State commerce law and contend
ed for its validity from a constitu
tional point of view, predicting that
government ownership of the rail
roads Avould be forced upon the
country if Congress did not meet the
present demand for regulation..
Mr. Dolliver was uot questioned
and when he concluded the remain
der of the day was devoted to the bill
providing for the settlement of the
affairs of the five civilized tribes of
Indians after the termination of
their tribal relations.
Mr. Dolliver in his speech said he
did not agree with either Mr. Fora
ker or Mr. Bacon that the secret prac
tices have been abandoned. He did
not believe the Elkins hill adequate
for protection against these practices.
"The difficulty about rebates is not
tn punishing voilalioris of thc law,"
he said, "but in discovering them
and we have undertaken to amend
the law so as to cover that defect."
Returning to the question of ap
peals. Mr. Dolliver said that the pow
er, the commission would exercise in
preventing recourse io courts was
about as great as the power of "my
freinds who arc tiptoeing about this
chamber talking of the 'day in
court.' " ' ,
By Unanimous Consent.
" Legislation by "unanimous consent
and under suspension of the rules oc
cupied tho attention of -the House
and resulted in the passage of several
bills, some of considerable import
ance. Thc adoption of a resolution
of inquiry as to whether any crimi
nal prosecutions have been begun
against individuals rn the Northern
Securities Company furnished thc
text for a speech of criticism hy Mr.
Williams, the Democratic leader.
Brief answers were made by Mr. Jen
kins, of Wisconsin, and Mr. Grosver
enor, of Ohio. Mr. Jenkins said that
the statute of limitations had run
against any action that might be
taken in this case and that, any effort
?it prosecution would be useless
Tax Off Leaf Tobacco.
The House began its session by
massing without discussion or opposi
tion a bill for the relief of tobacco
rrowers by permitting them to sell
caf tobacco without paying thc tax
)f G cents a pound heretofore chareed
The balance of the day was devot
ed to tariff discussion, thc Indian ap
propriation bill being thc vehicle to
?arry the debate. Preceding this Mr.
Sherman explained the provision of
The tariff discussion was opened by
dr. H?cker, of Missouri, who brought
iortli arguments designed to sustain
he Democratic idea of tariff for
.evonne only, an4 he closed with the
>rediction that these ideas would pro
rail, with W. J. Biyan as the stand
In the Senate.
The question of the enlargement of
he Medical Department occupied the
najor portion of the time of. the
Renate. The question arose in 'eou
icction with the consideration of a
?ill for the displacement of con
raet surgeons by. pbysieans who
hall be given the rank of army offi
ers and the re-organization of thc
ledical corps. Mr. Hale criticised
lie bill as an entering wedge for a
eneral inciense of the anny and said
hat it was a part of a general plan
f the general staff which he charged
nth a general purpose of enhancing
be* anny's importance.
In this connection Mr. Hale saic
bat Hie general staff had prepared
Ians for the invasion of China by an
.merican Briny but he added that he
id not mean to go into thc subject
for with the Secretan' of Stale sit
ng on the lid I do not believe wc arc
kely to have var."
Oklahoma a State.
The Senate passed a bill for the ad
lission of a new State to be called
klahoma and to be composed of the
erritory of Oklahoma and "Indian
erritory. ll Avas M he House
?in! statehood hill, with all the pro
sions relating to Arizona and New
icxico stricken out. Thu motion to
rike out was made hy Mr. Burrows
id it was carried by the close vole
! 37 lo 35 after having been lost hy
ie still closer vole of .'?.") lo 30.
Phe Crisis For the Statehood Bill.
When thc Senate met al; ll. o'clock
riday morning iii recess session from
liirsday, Mr. Beveridge, ot.' Indiana
airman of the committee on Terri
fies, continued his earnest advocacy
the joint Statehood bill. Notwith
mding the early hour of the meet
? the'publie rind private galleries
?ru crowded and u large number of
the 20 year kind,
standard of the world,
the orginal best,
for farm and garden,
every rod guaranteed,
i grade and reliable goods
e than worthless imitations.
Senators were in ?heir seats. Exacily
at noon, the general debate on 'jtlie
measure closed and the legislativeJlay
of Friday was begun. The ?spate
was then continued under the ten
minute mle. Thc voting on the bill
trill begin at 4 o'clock. It is expect
ed that Senator Foraker's amend
ment, providing for the submission of
the joint Statehood plan for New
Mexico and. Arizona to the popular
vote of these two Territories, will be
adopted by a majority of between
eisrht and twelve votes.
Coast Line Increases Stock.
Richmond, "Va., Special.-Thc stock
holders of the Atlantic Coast Li?ie
held a meeting and passed a r?solution
prepared by the board of director
authorizing the increase of the stock
of the company from $50,000,0.00 to
.$00,000,000. A number of prominent
financiers from New York, Baltimore
and Wilmington, N. G., were present
The meeting lasted not quite 15 min
Justice Brown Resigns.
Washington, Special.- Presiden 1
Roosevelt has accepted the resignation
of Associate Justice Brown xffl^rn
United States Supreme Court. Jus
lice Brown tendered his resignation
lo the President on the 2nd instant
that being his seventieth birthday. He
has served on the Supreme Court
bench a little more than 15 years, hav
ing been appointed by President Har
rison in 1890. No indication yet is
given of Justice Brown's successor.
Washington, Special.- President
Rooseveft sent a message to Congress^
accompanying plans for coast de
fense prepared by a joint board of
army and navy , officers, in which he
emphasized the necessity for further
defense prepared by a joint board of
defense works in this country. Thc
President calls special attention to
the recommendation of the board that
the entrance to Chesapeake Bay he
idded to the list of places in the
United States to bo defended. He
;nys the insular possessions cannot be
onger safely neglected:
S?ss Susan B. Ancthy Seriously Ul.
Rochester; N. Y., Sp?cial-Miss Su
san B. Anthony is seriously ill :at her
lome here o? pueumonia, -which de
,'eloped on her return from her re
lent visit to Washington. She is 80
fears old. For a long time Miss .An
bony* has been in robust health. Dr
charles S. Sumner was called in con
ultation. The physicians announced
ater thai 'he patent showed a slight
Gr s Chosen Chairman.
.Washir :i, Special.-Represen
ativc J. M Griggs, of Georgia, was
nanimoush chosen chairman of the
)emocralic committee at a meeting
a the capitol attended by 31 members
f thc committee. Representative
towers, of Mississippi, plaectU^?r.
Iriggs in nomination. There were' ho
ther nominations and the secr?tan
os instructed to cast the entire vote
or Mr. Griggs.
itranded Schooner Floated Near
Norfolk, Special-The Merrill
Company;. Wednesday afternoon float
d the four-masted schooner George
?. Grant, which "was blown ashore
ear Cape Henry last Tuesday after
oon.' The vessel was kept afloat by
er cargo of wooden railroad ties and
as towed iuto Hampton Roads.
Thc woman who thinks only of hoi
joks always looks it._
Tramp Crushed Between Bumper.
Fayetteville, Special - A white
ian -was found -?ead -with oue: leg.
it off, Thursda., morning on the
ack of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail
ay, near Loray station, four miles
)rth of this city. He is unknown
id there is nothing on his. person tb
entity him. He had on workman's
.eralls and is supposed to have been
tramp stealing a ride.
Living Ie 40 per cent cheaper ii
ondon than tn New York.
xplaini How to Keep Up Mental and
A New Jersey editor writes:
"A long indulgence in improper food
rought on a condition of nervous dys
epsla. nearly three years ago, so
?vere that I had to quit work entirely,
put myself on a strict regimen of
rape-Xnts food, with plenty of out
3or'exercise aud lu a few months
>und my stomach so far restored that
ie process of digestion gave me pleas
re Instead of distress.
"It alto built up my strength PO that
was able to resume my business,
bibil is onerous, as I not only'edit my
?ni paper, but also do a great deal of
"I dud tbat tbe Grape-Nuts diet eu?
jl.es me to write with greater vigor
ian ever before, and without the feel
g pf brain-fag with which I used to
i troubled. As to bodily vigor-1 can
id/do walk miles every day. without
t?gue-a few squares used to weary
e before I, began to Ure on Grape?
uts!". Name given by Postum Co.,
attie Creek, Mich.
There's a rearon. Rea? the little
it?fc, "Tlie Road, rc WBIIYHIP," in pkjji.
AWRiL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS,
Terrible Scalj' Humor In Patches All
Over Body-Skin Cracked and
Bleeding-Cured l>y Cutlcura.
"I was afliicted with psoriasis for thirty
live years. Jt was in patches all over my
body. 1 used three cakes of Cuticuri
Soap, six boxes of Ointment and two bot
tles of Resolvent. In thirty days 1 was
completely cured, and 1 think permanent
ly, as it was about five years ago. The
psoriasis first made its appearance in red
spots, generally forming a circle, leaving
in the centre a spot aoout thc size of a
silver dollar of sound flesh. In a short
time the affected circle would form n
heavy dry scale of white silvery, appear
'ance, and would gradually drop off. To
remove thc entire scales by bathing, or
using oil to soften them the flesh would
be perfectly raw, nnd a light discharge of
bloody substance would ooze out. That
scaly crust would form again in twenty
.four hours. It was worse on my arms oiti
limbs, although it was in spots all over
my body, also on my scalp. Jf I let thc
scales remain too long without removing
by bath or otherwise, the skin would
crack and bleed. 1 suffered intense itch*
^ing, worse at nights after getting warm
in bcd, or olood warm hy exercise, when
it would be almost unbearable. W. M.
Chides ter, Hutchinson, Kan.,April 20,1003."
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One Tord by Fitzgerald.
EX-Congressman Fitzgerald of Bos
ton, who passed the summer at Old
Orchard, told this story of the clam
bake of the Redberry club, held at
Pine Point late in August:
A chaplain had been called upon to
officiate for the regular clergyman in
congress early in the term. The min
ister was about to conclude his" pray
er, and reverent silence pervaded the
big chamber, when the members were
startled to hear the following sentence
drop from the lips of the chaplain pro
tem.: "May corruption and sin In
every form be as far from every mem
ber of this body as Thou? ?rt, 0
It was several seconds before the
members fully grasped the meaning of
the clergyman's prayer, and when it
did it was unanimously in favor of
having another substitute when the
regular chaplain was unable to attend
FR?Sfl CATARRH OF LUNGS
SO COMMON WIMTEB
A Southern politician recen Hy told
cf an incident in connection with a
slight earthquake that visited one of
the Gulf States net so many years
ago. The shaking of the earth was
distinctly felt all over the State, but
especially in the State capital. The
Legislature was in session at the time,
and nearly every member thereof ran
out of the State House when that
structure began to evince a disposi
tion to turn Itself over. Of course
there was an end to legislative pro
ceedings for that day. When the body
had reconvened it was found that
some member of a grimly humorous
turn had made an entry on the journal
of the Legislature in these words:
"On motion of the House, the Legis
lature adjourned."-Harper's Weekly.
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Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption.and
all throat and lung troubles. At druggists,
25c., OOo. and $1.00 per bottle.
Sore Throat Develops Into Bronchitis.
Mrs. Addie Harding,, 121 SV. Brighton
Ave., Syracuse, N. x.,' writes: "1 have
been a user of Peruna for tbe past twelve
years. With me it is a sure preventive
of colds and many other ills.
"Two or three times a year 1 am
Mrs. Addie Harding.
troubled with my throat, a bind o? raw
feeling, turning to bronchitis.; 1 have had
the services of my physician in each ca.se.
Two years ago, when 1 elt * -nell coming
I tried Peruna to check it, and to my
delight was not troubled with the smoth
ered and choking feeling and never have
been since. 1 can cocck it every time with
rem ta Ca via na, room 32. Carn
et, Portland, Ore., wiitea:
Chronic Catarrh ot Throat and Lungs.
"I was a sufferer .rita catarrh of the
throat: and lungs for a long time before
Peruna was recommended to me. 1 gave
it a trial, r.l though 1 thought at the time
it would be just like other medicines and
o me no good. I was pleased to find that
my improvement began in less than two
weeks and continued ii* til i was entirely
w.ll. 1 gained nearly ?5 pour.d?, have a
splendid appetite and am grateful for what
your medicine has done for me."
A bad man is far less dangerous
than ? cunning one.
Removes all swelling In 8 to ao
days ; effects * permanent cure
in 30 to 60 days. Trial treatment
.riven free. Not hingcan be fairer
Write Dr. H. H. Green's Sons,
Specialists. Box B Atlanta, Ca.
CABBAGE Plants! CELERY Plants!
and all kinds - * carden [liants, Can n?w furnish all kinds of cabbage
plants, ero iv n ie open air and will stand great cold. Grown from
yefd* of tb? nn.nl rellublo tcednmen. Wc usc th? samo planta on our
thousand acre trucit farm. Plants carefully counted and properly pact
cd celery ready lust of Dec Lettuce, Oiiiou.and Beet plants, same
time or earlier. Kcduuei: express raten promised',which, when effective,
will Rive us GO per emt. los than mercntndUe rates. Prices: Small lots
$t.5u per thousand, largo jot $1.UU to ?1.23 per thouin I; F. O. B. Jleg
gttts. S. e. Arlington Wlilto Spine Cucumber Sved Wccuteierpounu,
r. O. H.. Merc tts, S. tX 'the United States Agricultural Department
has established an Experimental Station on our farms.to test all kinds
of vegetables, especially Cabluge*. 'I he results of the-vo experiment* wo wi li be pleased m
?ive you at any UDIH.-Yours respectfully,-X. II. BXlTCIX COMPANY, -MKGOETTU,
0 CURE THE GRIP,
UN ONE DAY
-.7. ?IIB- fcO/ftlP5
IS GUARANTEED TO CURE
GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND HEURAL8IA.
I won't sell Aa tl - Gr? pi ne to a d oater who won't ?Sastrantee lt.
Call for your KO.vr.Y BACK IF IT DOESN'T CUBE.
J?. IF. D?cinei-, M.JD., Manufacturer, S&rinaflclil, Mm
HE tobacco crop takes from the
soil about 103 pounds of actual
POTASH per acre, which must be re
placed, or else the yield will fall off
in quantity and quality.
A good tobacco fertilizer should
contain at least ten per cent of pure
POTASH, and the POTASH should be iii
the form of sulphate.
"Tobacco Culture" is the title of a book valuable to all
tobacco growers. A copy will be sent on request, free of
any cost or obligation, to farmers who will write for them.
Address, GEKKA3SLKALI "WOEKS,
Kew York-93 Nassau Street. fi-'-ntn.. Ga.-So. Broad Street.
W I NC HE ST E I
"LEADER" AND "REPEATER" SHOTGUN SHELLS
Carefully inspected shells, the best of powder,
shot and wadding, loaded by machines which
give invariable results account for the superior
ity of Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater"
Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells.
Reliability, velocity, pattern and penetration
are determined by scientific apparatus
and practical experiments. They are
HE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT
By Way Qi Comparison
At the bottom IS a plctwo of a farm
on which ou:- ""rtilizers were not used.
Notice the very poor growth ? At the
top, thero ls a photograph of the field
of a planter who believes In the liberal
use of only
See the good, even stand, and tall,
luxuriant plants ? Yon can see many
other Interesting pictures of farms
like these ou which the crops of poor
and good yields aro compared, io our
large, pretty almanac. Ask your dealer
for ic, or send us 6c ?In stamps to.pay
the cost of wrapping and postage
"Increase your yields per acre" by us
ing Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers. Buy
Virginia - Carolina Chemical
Durham, N. C.
Memphis, Tenn. ?
Shreveport, La. ?
uore baking to the
Good Luck baking
gb. better, insures
ps all the nutrition
I a batch of baking
'der, for you can
You know just
: is to a spoonful
1, no wasted flour.
*3=&*3= SHOES SS
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cdt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
Y ten cents per pound can.
:ure of a freight car. You will find one on the back of every can
outside. Cut out the coupon. Inside of can you
will find the Good Luck gift book. * Pick from the
gift book thc premium you want and we will send '
it to you in exchange for your coupons
THL SOUTHERN MFG. CO., Richmond, Va.
W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES & SELLS MORE
MEN'S $3.50 SHOES TH Ari AMY OTHER
MANUFACTURER IM THE WORLD.
C1 ft finn REWARD to anyone who can
0 I UjUUU disprove this statement.
If I could take you into my three large factories
at Brockton, ?Mass., and show you the infinita
care with which everv pair of shoes ls made, you
would realize why \V. L. Douglas $3.50 shoe*
cost more to make, wby they hold their shape,
fit better, wear longer, and are of greater
Intrinsic vnluethan any other 53.50 ihoe.
W. L. Douglas Sirona Mada Shoes for
Men, S2.SO, $2.00. Boya' School &
Orena Shoes, $2. BO, $2, SI. 75, $1. BO
CAUTION.-Insist upon having W.L.Doug- '
las shoes. Take no substitute. None genuine
without his nam? and price stamped on bot tom.
Fast Color Eyelets used ; they will not wear brassy;
Write for Illustrated Cat?lo?.
W. L. DOUGLAS, ?rockton, Mus?.
5p for sec worth of leading IKS novaJtlei'inOnolo*
b est Garden Seeds, tl's worth of Universaler??
"nimm Ccupouj lreo with ?very, ord jr.
BOLP1A>0'S SKKOiXO?E. 1JILX1MOB&.
No matter what experience has shown, there will always be some
women who believe that they must at least once a month, bear the bur
den of PAIN, as a part of woman's lot They must, if sick. If well,
not Periodical pain is a sign of functional disease,-a cry of your nerves
for help. To strengthen and restore the diseased organs to health, take
ing ali your
ill send you
, and a val
*i suffered so dreadfully I just thought I could not live," writes Mrs. John
Short of Florence, Ala., "and was in the infirmary for three months, on account of
female troubles. I took Cardui, and it certainly has been of great benefit to me. I
am still taking it and am getting along fine. I am able to do my housework and
go visiting. ? can't express my thanks for yourr\ ^ Q ?
advice and medicine." Of great curative power /i/va-a. VOPT?1W JO sxiovf
over all derangements of the womanly functions. "
AT ALL DRUGGISTS IN ILOO BOTTLES