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lllack Splotches AU Over Fao?-Affected
.':Parts Now Clear as Ever- Cured by
* . tho Cuticura Remedies.
.fi"About four' years ago I waB afflicted
"with, black splotches all over my face and
a few covering my body, which produced
;a sevfre itching irritation, and which
caused.me a great deal of annoyance and
.suffering, to such an extent that I was
forced -to call in two az the leading phy
sicians, of my town. Atter r. thorough ex
amination of the dreaded complaint they
Announced it to be skin eczema in its
worst form." They treated me. for the
./?ame for tho length of one"year, but the
treatment did me no good. Finally my
/husband purchased a set of the Cuticura
Remedies, and after usin?' the contents of
.thc. first bottle of Cuticura Resolvent in
connection with the Cuticura Soap and
^Ointment, ' the breaking oub entirely
Estopped. I continued the use of the Cuti
-eura Remedies- for six months, and after
..That.every splotch vas entirely gone and
.'the affected parts were left os clear as
.. ever. Thc Cuticura Remedies not .only
cured me of that dreadful disease, eczema,
?but other compJicate-? troubles as well.
.Lizzie E. Sledge, 540 Jones Ave^ Selma,
'Al?; j Oct. 28, 1905."
The engraver does his work at cut
MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WOMEN
Mr a. Pinkham's" Advice s a vas. ii any
From this Sad and Costly Experlonee.
- 1 y i rx "g
white beds are women and girls who
are awaiting or recovering from, opera
tions made necessary by- neglect. .
"Every one bf these patients had
plent^o^yaraing in-th at bearing down
ieelxng?^v??p.t' th?;lef t or right of the
nbdorn.eo-j nervous Exhaustion, pain in
- the sjnaS^f the backi pelvic, catarrh,
dizzinessrfiatulency, displacements or
irregularities. Allot these symptoms
are indications of an unhealthy con
ditton of the female organs, and if not
heeded the trouble may make headway
ir?'t?) the penalty has to be paid by a
. '.dangerous operation, and a lifetime of
impaired usefulness at best, while in
. -;?j?nv cases the results are fatal.
Miss Luella Adams, of Seattle, Wash.,
Dear Mrs. Pinkham :
; .- "About two years ago I was a great suf
ferer from a severe female trouble, pains and
headaches. The doctor prescribed for me and
finally told me that I had a tumor and must
- undergo an operation if I - .va n t cd to get well.
I felt that this was my death warrant, bet I
spent hundreds of dollars for medical help,
but the tumor kept growing. Fortunately I
?' corresponded with an aunt intheNow England
States, and she advised me to take Lydia fi.
Pinkham s Vegetable Compound, as 5t was
mid to cure tumors. I did so and immediately'I
s began to improve in health,and I was entirely
(tared, the tumor disappearing entirely, with
.: out an operation. I wish every suffering
woman'would try this great preparation."
Jus? as surely as Miss Adams-was
cured of the troubles enumerated in
Ker letter? just so surely will Lydia E.
Pinkham"s Vegetable Compound cure
other women who suffer from fe
male troubles,' inflammation, kidney
.-troubles, nervous excitability or ner
Mrs. Pinkham invites all young
women who are ill to write her for free
.. advice; - She is daughter-in-law bi .|
Lydia E. Pinkham ano. for twenty-five
vyears has been .advising sick women
froe of charge. Address, Lynn. Masa.
; .: - So. 12-'06. ' -t
"One of the queerest wedding jour
ineys Iv ever heard of," the girl re
marked, "was-that of a friend of
mine who was married in Canada
: the. other day. She lived in Ontario,
?:,and her-husband had settled on a
farm In one of the new provinces in
the far West. After they were mar
ried they set out for their new home
In a freight car that the bridegroom
had specially fixed for the journey.
"The front half of the car was ar
ranged as a sleeping and living room
and kitchen combined. They had the
necessary tables anil folding chairs,
box cupboards for the dishes and sup
plies, and a big oil stove. Lamps
hung from the roof of the car, ship
fashion, and the whole Interior looked
particularly cozy when the bride had
.finished the work begun by her hus
. "The odd part of the'outfit was the
fact that the rear half of the car Was
" fitted up as a stable for the two
horses that were a part of their wed
ding gifts. The journey ended safe
l ly and happily. I should imagine,
from the letters I have had from the
bride. No girl who could have a private
car or a steam yacht for such & jour
ney would be more enthusiastic than
my friend was over her economical
and unique honeymoon."-New York
Even the wisest of men would rath
er have their friends hand them nat
tery than honest criticism.
CRAND TO LIVE
And th? Xa*t JCan^li In'Always the Best
'Six montes ago I wouid bare
laughed at tho idea that tber: could be
anything belter for a table beverage
than--coffee." writes an.Ohio woman
"now I laugh to know there is.
! ."Since childhood I drank coffee as
freely as any other member of the
. family. The result was a puny, sickly
girl, and as I grew into womanhood T
did not gain in health, but was afflicted
with heart trouble, a weak and disor
dered stomach, wrecked nierves and a
general breaking down, till last winter
at the age of 38 I seemed to be jon the
verge vf consumption. My friends
greeted me with'JBTow bad you look!
What a terrible color!' and this was
not .very comforting.
"The doctors and patent medicines
did nie absolutely no good. I was
.."Then. I gave np coffee and coin
njeMced Postum Food Coffee; 'At first
T didn't like it, but after a few trials
and following the directions exactly, it
was grand, lt was refreshing and sat
isfying, in a couple of weeks I uo
ticed a gi eat change. I became
stronger, my brain grew clearer, I was
not troubled with forgetfulness as in
coffee, times, my power of endurance
.was more than doubled. The heart
trouble and indigestion disappeared
and my nerves became steady and
"I began lo lake an interest in things
about rae.. Housework and home-mak
ing' became a pleasure. My friends
have marveled at the change and when
they enquire what brought it about, 1
answer 'Postum Food Coffee, and noth
ing else In the world.' " Name givtw
by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
There's n reason. Ruad the little .
hook, "The Koad??to/WelljUle," io pkgs.
TO USE REQUEST BLANKS
Says That He Cannot Enforce the
Law Without the Assistance of Ex
Columbia State, 11th.
On and after Monday the whiskey
and beer dispensaries of the city will
U6e request books and every purchas
er of supplies at any of the dispensar
ies will either sign the request book
or should a note be sent the note must
state the facts and must be signed by
the name of the party wishing the
goods. This is the order issued by the
Richland county board of control and
as a result County Auditor Gibbes has
written a letter to the governor stat
ing that it will be impossible to cany
out the provisions of the dispensary
law relatiug to his office and at the
same time attend to" the tax business.
Mr. Gibbes states that this is the first,
time he has beeu asked to issue these
request books and that he was some
what surprised at the number asked
for by thc dispensers. Mi-. Gibbes
says that if the law is strictly en
forced it would mean an extra clerk
in thc office of every county auditor
in the State where there Avere dispen
The letter sent the govern?r by thc
county auditor is as follows:
Hon. D. C. Heyward, Governor, Co
lumbia, S. C.
Dear.Sir: For the first time since
I have been in office* thc county board
of control has requested mc to issue
request books to county dispensers.
They had been discarded lons before,
the incumbency of said board or my
self, as it had been found impractica
ble to enforce this feature of the law
with a business of far less magnitude
in Richland than its present volume.
Should I have to comply strictly with
the requirements of the dispensan'
law, involving a gross business of some
$400.000. probably (our local profits
are now amounting to more than $00,
000 per annum) there would be literal
ly no time for attending lo thc more
importaut and 'regular duties of my
office. At my own expense I now em
ploy a clerk whose aid is uecessary
as a tax officer. k
It is out of the question for me to
meet thc . expeuse of another clerk to
look, after thc dispensary alf airs as
specified in law. .
This law is thc same as originally
framed before it Avas realized to what
magnitude the business would grow,
and is entirely unsuited to and im
possible of execution here under pres
I am issuing these books in bulk to
"dispensers, and even this method in
vokes serious interruption to my in
portaiit work of compilmg tax returns,
making up abstracts, and preparing
data for my boards of assesors.
Therefore I ask that, if.it is to be in
sisted that all the provisions of tho
law shall bc carried out through this
office, as to issuing, dating, checking
and receipting for request books, sup
ervisiug settlements, etc., that some
way bc fouud of authorizing the coun
ty board of control to furnish mc with
a special clerk for performing these
duties. _ \'
Otherwise I shall be forced, io large
ly disregard the dispensary law, o*v to
neglect and disregard my duties as
Trusting that you may devise some
way to relieve an impossible situation
caused by the passage of foolish and
inconsistent laws, I am
Yours veiT trulv,
W. H. Gibbs,
Auditor for Richland.
' As the letter was only sent Satur
day the governor has not taken the
matter up yet..
' Chairman O. F. Campbell of the
county board said Saturday that the
order was issued on March S at a
meeting of the board, and that it was
the intention of the board to see that
the law is carried out. The dispensers
say that it will be almost impossible
to enforce this law unless there arc
about three extra clerks hired for
each dispensary and that on real busy
days it will be impossible then to serve
all customers. The letter sent each
dispenser is as follows :
"Dear Sir: I am instructed by
Acting Chairman W. J. May of the
county board to notify you to make
requsition on County Auditor Gibbes
foi* request books and that you OGTU
.mence to use them on Monday. March
This is signed by the clerk of thc
Section 567 and 568 of the criminal
code make the duties as to request
books as follows :
"Sec. 567. Requests for purchase
of liquor shall be made upon blanks,
furnished by the county auditor, in
packages of 100 each, lo the county
dispenser, from time to time as thc
, same shall be needed, and shall be
numbered consecutively by the auditor.
The blanks aforesaid shall be furnish
ed to the county auditor by the board
of State directors in uniform books
like bank checks, and the date of do
liveiy shall be endorsed by the county
auditor on each book and receipt tak
en therefor and preserved in his office.
Thc dispenser shalt preserve thc ap
plication in the original form conse
cutively by the auditor. When return
thereof is made the county auditor
shall endorse thereon the (lute of re
turn, and file and preserve thc same
to be used in the quarterly battlements
between such dispenser, and the coun
ty treasurer. All unused or mutilated
blanks shall be returned ov -wonnr
Planet, Jr., Ir
cost no more
' AUGUSTA GA.
cd for before other blanks arc is
sued to such conni y dispenser.
"Sec. 5.?. On or before thc 10th
day of each month each dispenser
shall make full returns tu the county
auditors or requests lilied hy him and
his clerks during- preceding month,
upon blanks to be furnished by the
board of Stale directors for that pur
pose, and accompanying tho same with
an oath, duly taken and 'subscribed
before tho cornily auditor or a notary
public, which shall bc in thc following
form to-wit: T. - bcu.2
duly sworn, state on oath- that thc
request for liquors herewith returned
are all that were received and filled at
my place of business uuder my permit
during the month of-, 190-;
that. I have carefully preserved thc
same, and that they were filled' up,
signed and attested at the dave shown *
thereon, as provided by law ; that said
requests were filled by delivering the
quantity and kind of liquors required,
and that no liquors have been sold or
( dispensed under my pemiit during
I said month except as shown by thc
1 request herewith returned: and that T
1 have faithfully observed and complied
1 with the provisions of my bond and
oath taken by me. thereon endorsed,,
and with all the laws relating Co my
duties in thc premises."
As there is a great deal ol' curiosity
as to the exact form of. request to be j
used, manv of the people rf Columbia
never having seen them, a sample is
given in order that those purchasing
from the dispensary may know ex
actly what (hey will have to sign
should they purchase either beer or
whiskey at any of thc dispensaries.
lt is as follows:
To the Cou ii ly-: Dispenser:
The undersigned, age_, residing
at Xo.street, desires lb pur
chase thc following intoxicating li
To Discuss Y. M. C. A. Matters.
- .Colorado Springs. Colv Special.
Frdly one hundred- secretaries and
prominent leaders of : the Y. M. C. A:
branches iii this State, are in attend
ance at. the. Stilt o'Conference for the
discussion* of association matters
which opened herc, livery branch in
thc. State is represented. An inte-*
c-sting programme has been prepared
and several distinguished speakers
will address the conference.
Seymour Barrington Hanged.
St. Louis, Mo., Speciol.-Seymour,
Barrington, the bogus "Lord,'' was
j executed by hanging at thc Clayton
jail for thc murder of James P. Mc
Cann two years ago. Barrington had
contemplated several times to break
out jail, but his preparations were
detected early enough in each case to
prevent him from carrying out lits
: intentions. Flo rcmniucd linn lo thc
State Auditor Guilty of Emhezzle
Indianapolis ind.. Special.-Friday
morning the jury iii the case of David
E. Sherrick. former auditor of Stale,
relumed a verdict of guilty of em
bezzlement on ten of the eleven counts
of the eleven indictments. The ver
dict carries an indeterminate of two
to twenty years Announcement fol
lowed for motion fora new trial. Pend
ing the decision Sherrick will bo in
thc custody of tim sherill.
Shot Young Girl.
New York, Special.-Miss Estelle
Young, aged 25 years, address given
a:. '?10 West Thirty-second street was
shot and almost killed by Louis Xos
ser, and his mother al Pierpont Apart
ment House. 4-3 West Thirty-second
.street. After, shooting the woman
Noser sent a bullet through his own
blain, dying almost instantly.
Girl Gored To Death By Cow.
Grafton. .Special.-Emma Summons
daughter ot Mrs. Mary Day, was gor
ed io death by a vicious cow on the ?
streets at Horton. Her father was
one of the first settlers of Horton. He
died several years ago, since which :
time the mother of tito yiri ma med j
Philadelphia's new Director of
Public "Works annulled thc Jilteration
plant contracts, involving millions of
dollars, awarded to D. J. Nichols.
Must Tell on thc Trusts.
Washington, Special.-The .' tobac
co trust " cases, involving the right of
witnesses to refrain from testifying
before Federal grund juries in pro
ceedings uDclev the anti-trust law were
decided by the Supreme Court
of thc United States against the wit
Thc President of thc Chamber of
Deputies admitted thc Frencch navy
Thc popularity of thc sport kiewn
as "chasing the almighty dollar" ia
largely due to the excitement created
by the ever-present, danger of "get
ting cangbt" leefore "p-nttIn?r there."
the 20 year kind,
standard of the worl?^:
. the orginal best,
for farm and garden,
every rod guaranteed^:"
grade and reliable goods
than worthless imitation^
Occurrences of Interest from
All Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A Batch of Live Paragraphs Cover
ing a Wide Range-What is Going
On in Our State.
\ Charlotte Cotton Market.
Til ese figures represent prices paid
Strict middling.10 3-4
Good middling tinged .. .10 3-4
Stains... ....9 to 9 7-S
General Cotton Market.
Galveston firm... 10 3-4
New Orleans steady.101-2
Mobile steady.,10 71(i
Savannah, steady.' ..10 3-S
Wilmington steady.10 3-S
Norfolk, quiet.:.10 3-4
Baltimore nominal.. .. .. . .10 7-S
New York steady. -11.05
Boston st end v.ll .05
Houston steady.. .,.10 3-4
Augusta, steady'"/ .. .. .. ..101-10
Memphis; steady.. .10 3-4
St. Louis, dull....10 7-8
Louisville firm. .11
Homicide in Columbia.
Columbia, Special.-Ed Tully, a
moulder at the Gibbes Machinery
Works, was shot in Fred Sheppard's
store early Friday night by Jim Only
a lough and brother-in-law of Shep
pard, who was shooting at J. T. Boat
wright. Tully appears to have been
concerned in the affair in no way, be
ing an innocent by-standcr. Only
had fired several times at Boatwright
who ran into.the store and took re
fuge behind the counter. Boatwright
was begging for'his life .at, the: time
Tully was shok Tully died, half an
hour after reaching tiie-hospital,.with
out 'regaining consciousness. Only and
Boatwright have both been, arrested;
but Only had disposed of Ins weapon
before the police arrived. -:;?he^-.coi?
ner, police and others who have been
working on the case arc puzzled to
discover themotivc Only had.for fir
ing upon BoatwrighL The- seehejof
the killing is a particularly tough sec
tion of thc town and tho leading wit
y.cscs are interested in keeping silent.
Governor Hey ward has appointed
the commissioners under provisions of
an act "to establish a township gov
ernment for -the township of Sulli
van's Island, in Charleston county."
The nominees arc: James Cosgrove)
Dennie McKelvin. Jr.. William M.
Bird. H. O. Slro?icckcr, Thomas S.
Governor lloyward has named a
board which he hopes, will bc satisfac
tory to all of thc cl?ments in Char
Mayor Gibbs Wins Out.
Columbia, Special.-Election day
passed off quietly and Mayor Gibbes"
was reelected by a majority of 206
votes. He ran ahead in every ward
except in Ward 5, where Colonel Mar
shall boat him by 55 votes. Mr.
Gibbes' largest majority was in Ward
4, where he ran S3 votes ahead; his
next largest was in Ward 2, his home
ward, and tho .number was 82; the
next largest was in Ward 3, where he
finished iii votes aher-d and in Ward
1 his majority was 33 votes.
A commission was issued to the St.
George Colton Seed Oil company to be
capitalized at .$25,000. Thc corpora
tors are: J. B. Johnston, W. B. Raysor
and J. H. Moore.
A commission was issued to the
Bell-Richards Shoe company of Spar
lanburg. to be capitalized at $20,000.
IL T. Bell, C. S. Richards and S. T.
Hodges arc thc corporators.
Mr. A. S. Salley, Jr., secretary of
the Stale historical commission, is
preparing another brochure in refer
ence lo thc Mecklenburg Declaration
of Independence. Mr. Salley has had
made some photographs of the rec
ords in the archicves in London. An
other matt er'in which Mr. Salley is
interested is in the preservation of
the correct history of the mace of the
Thc Pleasant Grove.Land Company
of Darlington was commissioned; ca
pitaliatiou ."?2,000. The Home Charity.
Association of Peru* plantation,
Gcor2ctown county, was also charter
The Ware Shoals company filed "no
tice ol' its increase in. capitalization
from .$300,000 to $1,000,000. The
name of the company is changed from
"Wares" (n "Ware" shoals. - The
directors of thc company are: N. B.
Dial. H. W Sparks, J. O. C. Flem
ing, Benjang Riegel, Jno. S. Riegel,
Geo. E. Rig( \ O. Riesel, and How
ard Riegel, e officers are N. B.
Dial, prcsid- and E. W. Sparks,
Tho Fall of Galahad,
fiter hair waft brown, but dusted gold
- Shown on it, by a young wind blown;
It lived in light and seemed to hold '
Tho sun or a tai- shine for ita own.
Her ?yes ?were like Our Lady's gray;
: They ransomed light for other light;
They were a daydream of the day,
Tho echo of a perfect night..
The beauty of her face compelled
All thought, all reason, everything.
Yet half-withdrew, and just withheld
- The crown of its imagining.
Her step was Uko a soft leaf s fall
That wakes a sleeper in the wood.
It came, and then lt went, then all
Had gone ii om life that seemed most
One Instant, for a moment's space.
She stood before him where he prayed;
He saw hcivcycs, her hair her face
The wind that touched her In thc
glade. - *
,Hc left his prayer, forgot the plac?,
Forgot the Vision of the Grael;
He saw her eyes, her hair her face
. His hilt-cross struck the altcr-rall.
The music ceased, the shrine was rent
He never cast one glance behind.
But followed on the way she went,
A hidden way and hard to find.
. -A. H., In the Spectator (London.)
A Hard Struggle.
. ?'Men who wear glasses are not at
tractive" to women," said the come
dian, Joseph Coyne, in a Washington
club. "Fat men, too, rarely please
. "The former fact was forcibly
brought home to me on a railway
"The drawing-room of the car I was
riding in was occupied by a bride and
groom-she very pretty, he ugly' and
weak-eyed, but a millionaire.
"From where I sat, it was possible
to overhear a good deal that went
on in the drawing-room. This is one
of the things I overheard:
"'Oh, George, why do you make
faces at me like that?'
"T can't help it, darling. My
glasses are falling off, and I don't
want to let go of your hands.' " *
Stumped the Judge.
"One of the most peculiar defenses
and at the same time ono of the worst
comparisons I ever heard was when I
first ascended the bench," said Judge
Cabaniss. "A mah was up before me
j for beating his wife, and, as usual, 1
asked him what he had ta say before
f passed sentence upon him. He said:
! " 'Say, judge, you're a married mari,
aia't you? Well, suppose you was en
joying 3'our dinner and feelin' pretty
good and suddenly, your wife came up,
and after telling you* of all thc fellers
she could have instead of you, started
chucking the dishes at you and ended
by telling you that she could make a
better man than you out of a piece o?
coal and an old hat and not half trj -
say, judge, what would you do?'
!T couldn't very weii tell him," con
cluded the judge "so I simply had to
discharge him with a warning."-San
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Couglis, Colds. Croup and Consumptlon.and
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One must come down with the coin
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Wears 10 to 15 yours, because L. ?t M. Zinc
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L; & M. Paint wenr like iron.
. 4 gallons of L. ?t M. mixed with 3 gallons
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C. S. Androws,JE:?-3fftyor,Dan|iury,Conn.,
writes: '-Painted my'hou.se 19 years.ago
withL. &.M. . Looks well to-day.''
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A man can hardly ever ai?oi'd to be
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Generally speaking- the smaller a
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Deafness Cannot lie Cured
by local applications a=j they caunot renou the
diseased portion o t the cnr." There is only one
way to cure deafoess, and taut is by consti
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circulara free. P.J.CHENEV & Co., Toledo, O,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation,
Every man's conscience is just a
little different from every other man's
Moro Steam Engines TTned Verr Than
The use of the steam engine is in
creasing faster to-day than ever before.
Many mammoth industrial plants are
exclusively engaged in building steam'
boilers and engines, and it is the proud
boast of one of these, the Atlas Engin?
Works, of 'indianapolis, that it aver
ages a complete boiler and engine outfit
of fifty horse-power every thirty min
utes of the working day.
When the visitor to their plant has
gone tn rough two or tbree OL' their
great "warehouses, and emerges upon ft
boiler yard of twenty acres, he won
ders where upon rarlli use can bc
found for all thc boilers and euglues.
But, if he will Walch tho loading
process, he will see some ten or twelve
trainloads pei* day go out, labeled for
destinations all over the world, and
will gatu some notion of thc magnitude
of the world's work. Then, when hois
told that this one concern, leviathan of
the trade though it ls, does not produce
ten per cent, of the world's output of
steam boilers and engines, he will be
gin to realize how vast ls the produc
tion and consumption of steam power
throughout the world. . '
The product of this one plant, Which
builds every type and size of horizontal
steam eugine, affords an Interesting
study of mechanical evolution. The
balanced slide-valve, the shaft gov
ernor, the rotating, or Corliss valves,
self-oiling devices, compound cylinders
and direct connected shafts are only
thc more visible improvements. The
built-up connecting rod, the removable
bearings, improved piston construction,
stronger and lighter designs of bed,
more intelligent designing of all recip
rocating parts, belter selection of ma
terials and more accurate workman
ship throughout are some of the things
that differentiate the engine of to-day
from that of half a century ago.
- The changes iu boiler construction
have not boco so numerous, but they
have been quite as marked. In tho out
put of this one concern can be found
every size and type of boiler, from the
little horizontal tubular of fifteen
horse-power, to the new Atlas water
tube, which purifies Its owu " water,
superheats its own steam aud gives thc
highest efficiency yet accomplished in
Dr. Gabiras Guzman, the new
charge d'affaires of Yenznela, was
presented formally lo President
Cure* Bail Breath-l'util ?ve and lustant
Ouvo "Free->?"<? DruRS-Cure?
)iy Absorplion. .
A sweet bro.? th is priceless. .
Milli's Anti-Bcieh Wafer* will cur?; bad
breath and bail ?a*lc instantly. Belching
anil bad taste indicate offensive breath,
which is due lo stomach trouble.
Mull'? Aliti-Belcli Wafers purify the
stomach mid stop belching, by absorbing
foul gases that arise from undigested food,
and by supplying the dicestivc organs with
natural solvents for food.
They relievo sea or car sickness and r.ait
sea ot' tiny kind.
They quickly cure headache, correct thc
?ll effect of excessive eating or drinking.
They will destroy a lubacco? whisky or
onion breath instantly. .
They slop fernlen talion in the stomach,
acule indigestion, cramps, colic, gas in thc
.stomach and intestines, distended abdo
men, heartburn, bail complexion, dizzy
spells or any oilier affliction arising from
a diseased stomach.
We know Mull's Anti-Belch Wafers will
clo this, and we Avant yon to know it. This
offer may not appear again.
GOOD .?On 25c.
Send this coupon with your name I
and address and your druggist's name
and 10c. in stamps or silver, and we
will supplv von a sam?le free if you
have never used Mull's Anti-Belch
Wafers, and will also send you a cer
tificate good for 25c; toward thc pur
chase of more Belch Wafers. You will
(incl them inva' ?able for stomach Irbu
b'e; cures by absorution. Address
MULI/S . UriAVE Toxic Co.. 328 Sd
. Ave., Kock Island, 111.
? Cii? Ful', Addratr, and lyrUc Thtinlt;.
AU diTZgists, Sue. per box, or by maw
upon receipt:oE price. Stamps accepted.
Bo You Belc'i'.'
The deepest gold mine in the world
is at Bendigo, in Australia.
The Genuine h
Th? fu!l nam? of the cc
is printed on the front
The Genuine- Syrup o
Packages Only, bj
Knowing thc above wi
fcions made by piratical con
dealers. The imitations a
therefore be declined.
Buy the genuine alwa
It cleanses the system gently
when bilious or . constipate?
kidneys, liver, stomach and ?
by men, women or children
effects from actual use and o
laxative remedy of the well
Always buy the Genu
writes Mary E. Shelton, of
finally laid up in bed for abc
In a week I was up, and ha'
health and can do my ho
Cardui cured me and I cann
mend it highly enough."
ache, backache, falling fee
ziness, cramps, fitful func
periodical pains take
. AT ALL DRUGGISTS IN $i.00
COULD NOT KE?P UP?'
Br?ken Donn, ?lice Many Another TForn
nnJWitk Exhaust ?ng Kidney Troubles;
Mrs. A; Taylor, ot Wharton,- N. j.,
saysi *'i Lad kidney trouble iii its
most painful and severe form, and t??
now seems to have
been ulmost unbear
able; i had back
ache, pains In the side
and loins, dizzy spells
and bot, feverish
.were ben ring-down
pains, /nid the kidne?
secretions gassed too
freij ti cully ?nd with a burning sensa
tion.- killey showed sediment. I be-;
came discouraged, weak, languid and
depressed, so sick and sore thu t l
could not:keep up; As doctors did not
cure me I decided to' try Doan's Kid
ney Pill.?, and with such success that
my troubler? were all gone after using
eight boxe.:, and my strength, ambi
i'on and general health is fine."
Soid by all dealers, ?O cents a box.
Poster-Milburu Co,, Buffalo, Tx, ?<
Chairman Shouts announced his
willingness to sell his railroad stock
and devote his entire time to thc Pan
ama canal? He urged that the type
be settled at once;
$5 (\(\C\ BANK DEI
$Di\J\J\J SOO FREE CO
I Notes taken. Limited educa
tion no hindrance. Board at Cost. Write today.
G?.-ALA, BUSINESS COLLEGE Macon, Gi
?tar Marara ?WMUK
?j made of thc best
SIGN OF THE FISH
That Delightful Aid to Health
Whitens the teeth-purifies
mouth and breath-cures nasal
catarrh, sore throat, sore eyes,
and by direct application cures
all inflamed, Ulcerated and
catarrhal conditions caused by
Paxtine possesses extraordinary
cleansing, healing and germi
cidal qualities unlike anything
else. At all druggists. 50 cents
LARGE TRIAI. PACKAGE FREE
The R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass.
pHAS HO BQljAL rafH^aEJ^X p ^???J
'and ali kinds of garden plan
plums, ero tvn Imho open al
tc-ti* ot th.- m?n>t rellnble to<
thou - anil acre truck farm. P
eil C'Birry rendy inst of Dc
limo or earlier. RediUMM ex;
will give na tu per ct-nc los
! 81.5J por thousand, large io t
HS getts. S. C. Arlington whin
i. 0. 0.. Metrjsetts. S. :. Th
has established an Expertin?
of ?epetable*. especially CaUnage*. 'i he results of
jive you ?t nny tim*.-Youri? respectfully,-N. II.]
5 Manufactured by th
1 Fig Syrup Co.
)mpany, California Fig Syrup
of every package of the gent
f Figs- is for Sale, in Originr
Y Reliable Druggists Everyw
ll enable one to avoid the fraudulent :
cerns and sometimes offered by unr
re known to act injuriously and ?
ys if you wish to get its beneficial e
yet effectually, dispels colds and heat,
i, prevents fevers and acts best ?
:owels, when a laxative remedy is 1
. Many millions know of its ber
f their own personal knowledge. It
ine- Syrup of Figs
^UFACTURED BY THE
PRK2 KFXT CENTS PER BOTTLE
Poplar Bluff, Mo., "and trying two docto
mt five weeks and was near to death, v/he
ye mended ever since. I have only taken 1
usework without a p2in. My custom is
caa easily be raised irita
f^gfllar. erven stands, and, .
of tie very best grad?,Sotwhich the,
highest prices can be rotten a* your
war?ntr?ae, o* from tobacco buyers if
you will, a f?ir week* before plMtfto?,
liberally use ' \
Use theta ??ain aa atop dre?ifflftO?
oocond application. .Thes? fertups??
are miiecl by capable fsen,who have
been making fertilizers all t?i?i? lives,
and contain phosphoric acid, potash
and nitrogen, or ammonia, In: their
proper proportions to return to yr?r
soU 'the elemants of plant-life, that
hava bcetl taken from lr, by continual -
cultivation. Accept no unbstitnte.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Richmond, Va. Atlante-.Ga.
Charleston; 8. C,
3K crap ni a. Tenn,
W. Ls DOUGLAS
s3= & s3= S H OES m
W? L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edgfl Une
cannot be equalled at any price'.
?m nnfi REWARD to anyon* wt? cart
ciUiUUU disprove this statemtwt.
??1 could Uke you into my three larftt?t?t?rte*
al Brockton, Mass., and ?how you the ?rairote?
care with wtthih every pair of shoe? isrt^e.yOM
would realize why Wi L. Douglas 53.50 shoe<
cost more to make, why they hold their shape,
flt better, wear longer, and *tc*l greater
Intrinsic valise than any other f^w shoe.
W. L. Oougtns Strong MptS? Shoos far
Mon. S2.&0. S2.0O. Boya'SahoatJt
li? shoes. -Take no substitute, ^one.geiiolntf
without his name and price stamped on bottoiiiv
Fast Color ?uelcta used ; they will not wear brassy.
Writo for Illustrated Catalog. -
JV. 1M nOVGIfAS, Brockton, ar?ss.
" for Wc worth oi\nm^iMjfaTtM^iDO?oler
C 63t Gsrden Seeds, tr* worth of Unitem) ?*.
mJmn Couj.oua nee with even o?o?; _
hOL?IA.\0'& BttOa'XOiRE. DA^XUttiyHS...
Si T?iompson's EyiWatei
GUARANTEED TO CUR?.
I^LME*0ft09E ABD BE?BM??.
tier, M.D., Manufacturer, S&ringfteld.
mts! CELERY Plauts!
ts,Can now furnish all kinds of cabtiago
r una will stand great cold, -urownirem
?dMiien. ?Wo use tim some plauts on our
?ants carefully counted and properly nae*
\ Lettuce i ?.?on and Beet plan ?. sanio
ircsi rates prolBU^.Vhteh^fheaen>|tttTg;
limn meren-ndlso rutes I'necs:.-mall lots
$1.0) to -1.23 per thou? n ti If. O. D. Jleg
3 Spino Cucumber Seed Wceuts : erpnunn, t
e United States Agricultural Uenairojent
.ntalSthtlon on ourfarms.totestallkl <as>
these experiment* wc will be -Pt ased l??"*^, i
;;LITCH tOMPAXT, MJ&B^CXJflsV ?V W
rs for female trouble in vain, I w$s
in I began to take Wine of Cardui.
bree bottles and now I am in good
now regular. I can truly say that