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Charleston is to have a big fiirtili
. zer- plant. It is beleived that the pul
p?se of this organization is to buck
the so-ca?ed 1c trust. ' ' Tlie secreta"ry
of state issued a commission to the
Planters' Fertilizer and Phosphate
company of that city to be eapitaliz
td at $350,000. The corporators are
X F. W. Wagner, Wi H.. Welsh, Otto
Tiedmann, John A. Hertz, J. R Han
. nahan, R. P. Ravenel, A. C. Tobuas
and E. H. Jaiiz,
Hurt by a Train.
Greenville, Special.-Westley Hum
meyra 14-year-old boy employed by
the Poe Mills, fell from a passing
freight train -which he was frying to
swing at the Buncombe street cross
ing late Thursday afternoon and as
a result lies seiously injured. The
boyV left foot was horribly mangled
by being crushed under the trucks.
Pound Dead in Field.
Columbia, Special. - Henry R.
Thomas, former railroad commission
er, was found dead in a field on his
farm near Wedgefield Thursday ev
ening.,-He had been absent from the
house since morning and a searching
party found his body. He had been
dead several. hours. Tlie cause of
death was heart disease, from which
he suffered for some time. No inquest
Bought By The Bells.
Camden, Special.-Mr.. T. B. Mc
Lean, owner of the local telephone ex
change, has just Closed a deal with
the Bell Telephone company whereby
the* latter secures control of his ex
change.-' The Bell people, have been
liying to get into Camden for some
time and now promise an up-to-date
exchange. They will take over thc
business about May 1st next.
Newberry College's Senii-Oentennial.
The. semi-centenniai of Newberry
college will be held in a few weeks
and Gov. Heyward has been invited to
be presentron that occasion. Dr. J. A.
B. Scherer, the president of the "col
;Ieg writes that he konws that Gov
Heyward is averse to making speeches
but that Gov. Heyward is. invited as J
president of the board''-qf trustees of *
the South Carolina University as-well
as in his capacity as governor, and
thc trustees of Newberry college arc
particularly anxious tc lave him.
Fanatics of Samar Fight with Troops
Manilla, By Cable.-A telegram re
ceived ~by the government from the
island of Samar says that an engage
ment has occurred between the con
stabulary, and a force of fanatical
Pulajaues. Gov. Geo. B. Curry is re
ported to be missing. Details of the
affair are lacking-.
A Time Whfn Women A
for it. Two Relate til
! The "change of life" is
the- most critical period
of a woman's existence,
and the anxiety felt by
women a* it draws near
is not without-roason.
Every woman who
neglects thc care of her
health at this time in
vites disease aniTpr.in.
"When her system is in
& deranged, condition,
or she is predisposed to
apoplexy, or congestion
of any organ, thc ten
dency" is nt this period
likely to become active
-and with a host of nei>
vous irritations make
life a burden. At this
time, also, eanecrs and
tumors are more, liable
to form and begin their
Such, warning symp
toms as sense of suffo
cation, hot flashes, head
aches, backaches, dread
of impending- evil, timid
ity, sounds in the ears,
palpitation of the lieart,
sparks before the eyes,
tion, variable appetite,
and dizziness, are
promptly heeded by in
telligent women who are
approaching the period
in *life when woman's great change
may be expected.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound was prepared to meet the needs
of woman's system at this trying
period of her life. It invigorates ana
strengthens the female organism and
builds up the weakened nervous system.
For special advice regarding this im
portant period women are invited to
write to Sirs Pinkham at Lynn. Mass.,
and it will be furnished-absolutely free
of charge. The present Mrs Pinkham
istfie daughter-in -law of Lydia E. Pink
ham? her assistant before her decease,
and for twenty-five years since her
"vice has been freely given to sick
ReaoTtv^ fy *1 ia E. Pinkham's Com
pound did^:,irs- Hyland and Mrs
Dear Mrs. Pinkham
"I had been 8ufTerlncwlth"aT?^e"'ent ?'
tho organs for year? and was passm"^^01"/^
the change of life. My abdomen war?<,'v
swollen: my stomach wai sore; I hod "_
spells, sick headaches, and was very nervous,
tyUa & Plflkhain'? Ye^taMs $q
Planet, Jr., Ir
cost no more
Removes alfi welling: In 8 to M
days ; effecU * permanent Cur?
in30to 60 day?. Trlaltreatnrent
Ir?a free. Kothingcan be fairer
I Write Dr. H. H. Creen'* Sont,
ISoedalblB. Box B Atltnta.es,
THE LABOR WORLD.
Fifteen thousand mill girls of Dun
dee, Scotland, Trent on strike.
Labor representatives appeared nt
Albany, N. Y.. to urge the passage of
the Employment Ageucy bill.
There are more thau 34.000 factories
in the State of New York, and there
are only about thirty inspectors.
The railroads and large steel and" iron
compat?tes are storing soft coal, ak
though they do not anticipate a strike.
The Consolidated Brotherhood of
Boilermakers and Iron Shipbuilders
of America has refused to indorse the
ship subsidy bill now before Congress.
The position of foreman of the Gov
ernment Printing Office in Washington,
D. C.. has been accepted by Charles
E. Young, who has . been the head of
the night bill force.
Ninety-seven members of the Wom
an's Union Label League Club in Chi
cago, which had a membership' of 100,
have married, and the three survivors
of the club have surrendered its char
In sentencing in New York City Ed
ward Lynch to a year in the Peniten
tiary for attacking a non-uniou watch
man, Judge Cowing warned both cap
ital and labor against violations of
About S0.O00 French miners have
gone on strike as the result of a belief
among them that the recent Courrier?s
horror was due to mismanagement and
economy on the part of the owners of
Child labor is not decreasing in New
York, notwithstanding the laws which
have been enacted against it. and de
spite the noble efforts of the Child La
bor Committee. It is, on the other
hand, increasing. .
M. C. Wallace. State Organizer of
the American Federation of Labor in
South Carolina, died in Columbia, S. C.,
of pneumonia. He was weil knowu as
a labor leader, being at one titnej?resi
dent of the State Federation.
The Mutual Life Insurance Com'
pany of New York has sued former
President Richard A. McCurdy to re
cover $3.370,341.6'6- and a subpeona
was served on him prior to his de
parture for Europe. -7
Edward Pullman, a watchman nt
Sodus, was, killed by bank burglars
whom he surprised drilling a hole in
English Spinners Leave' for America.
Manchester, Eng., By Cable-A
delegation of Manchester cotton ex
perts sailed from Liverpool Tuesday
for Boston on the steamer Saxonia
to .join American spinners in investi
gating the process of baling, market
ing and transporting1 of raw cotton,
which, it is claimed, is conducted in
an unsatisfactory manner.
re Susceptible to Many
ligerit Women Prepare
" I wrote you for advice and commenced
treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound as you directed, and I am
happy to say that all those distressing symp
toraslef t me and I have passed safely through
the change of life, a well woman. I am
recommending your, medicine to all my
friends/'-Mrs. Annie E. G. Hyland, Chester
Another Woman'* Cane.
"During.change of life words cannot ex
Eress what I suffered. My physician ?aid I
ad a cancerous condition of the female
organ?. One day I read some of the testi
monials of women who had been cured by
Lvdia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound,
and I decided to try it and to write you for
advice. Your medicine made me a well"
woman, and all my bad symptoms soon
" I advise every woman at this period of life
to take your medicine and write you for ad
vice.''-Mrs. Lizzie Hinkle. Salem. Ind.
WhRt Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Hyland ?nd
Mrs. Hinkle it will do for other women
at this time of life '
It has conquered pain, restored
health, and prolonged, life in cases that
M**\y baffled physicians. .
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the 20 year kind,
standard of the world,
. the orgirial.best)
fof.fari?l arid gard crt;
every rod guaranteed,
grade and reliable goods
than worthless imitationi*
A YOUNG MAN SHOT
M. J. B. Gaylor Shot and Instantly
Killed by M. drove Mathis.
Bisbopville, Special.-Friday uight
at the home df Mr. W. F. Outlaw" of
the Harriott section, Lee county, Mr.
Grover Mathis shot aud instantly
killed Mr. J. B. Gaylor, both young
men of that section.
From, information received it
seems thatcher was a party at the
house of Mr, Outlaw. Mr. J. B. Gay
lord escorted Miss Alma Couglunan
to the ?v.rty. While the pleasures of
the evening were in progress and
everybody was apparently happy,
Mr. Grover Mathis was taking a
prominade with, Miss Coughman.
When out of doors Mathis attempt
ed to lake liberties with the young
lady. Sh? resisted this attempt and
quietly rebuked him. He persisted
and agaiu annoyed her. She then
left him and went back into the house
cryiug. Mr. Gaylord, her escort, and
tu whom it is saki she was engaged
to be married, begged the young lady
lo tell him the cause of her trouble
At first she declined lo tell him, but
finally informed her sweetheart thai
MalhiB had persistently i ried to take
liberties with her.
At an opportune time Gaylord took
Mathis out into the hall for an iuter
veiw. After asking Mathis why he
had treated the young lady so un
gentlemanly, hot words brought on an
altercation. There are several reports
as to how the fight started and how
the shooting was done, none of which
are positive, as this correspondent
has not been able to interview any
eye-witnesses. From reports, it
seems that Gaylord had a knife and
Mathis had a pistol. When the fight
was over Gaylord was mortally
wounded aud lived but a few minutes,
and Mathis had one or two stabs in
his shoulder. Mathis claimed'to have
acted in self defense. The reports
are conflicting on this point, however,
some claiming that there was no ne
cessity or excuse for the killinjr, these
opinions being based on what they
have .gathered from the reports. .
Sheriff Muldrow was notified about
1 o 'clock and took Deputy Sheriff
Mooneyham and went to the scene of
the homicide. He was. inform ed that
Mathis had come to Bishoville; to sur-,
render. When the sheriff returned he
found Mathis here and the prisoner,
is now in jail.
D. 0. Zeigler Shot.
Sumter, Special.-Eugene Hogau,
Jr., shot'D. G\ Seigler Friday after
noon at 4 o'clock. The weapon used
was a 32-calabre pistol. He fired five
times, the first ball entered directly
under the left shoulder blade and
took a downward course toward the
right side. The second ball entered
just about t wo inches . hove the first
one and took an opposite course. The
third ball went between the body and
the elbow, grazing the flesh on the
arm. The fourth and fifth shots went
wild. . The tragedy was enacted on
the stairway of the Winn building, 13
North Main street. Mr. Zeigler was
coming down the stairway. When
about half way down Mr. Hogan be
gan firing from the top of the stair
way. When the first ball struck
Zeigler he turned, he says, half way
around and begged Hogan to stop.
This accounts for thc two balls cross
ing each other in the body, presum
ably. Zeigler ran on down the stair
way into the street, then turned and
went into Durant's pharmacy where
he was made eomfortabe until he
could be taken to the Sumter hospital.
The physicians have made an exami
nation with the Roentgen X-ray, but
have failed to discover the bullets.
The Bank of Inman has ask
ed to be incorporated. Capitali
zation to be $10,000. Corporator's are:
J. H. Ballenger, J. H. Gosnell, J. R.
Gibson, J. A. Brock, J. D. Humphries
and Arch B. Calvert.
The Beeker-Thomas-Bishop Com
pany of Spartanburg asks for a com
mission. This, is a retail drug com
pany to be capitalized at $9,000.
A charter was issued to the Bauk
of Mt. Carmel, capitalization $25,000
B. F. Mauldin of Anderson is presi
dent and J. W. Boyd is cashier. Di
rectors are: B. F. Mauldin, B. A.
Boyd, John W. Morrah and T. M.
Thc Reedy River Power Compaq*,
which was chartered by act of the
legislature, has paid the secre
tary of state thc regular amount of
charter fees-$50,000 being the capi
ilization. The charter could not be
granted by the secretary of state a?
certain rights were asked which the
legislature alone can grant.
Court Frees thc Packers.
Chicago, Special-All the meat
packers who were indicted by a Fed
eral grand jun* last summer on
charges of conspiracy in restraint of
inter-State trade aud commerce were
granted immunity from criminal pros
ecution under indictment. While thc
indviduals are to go free, the indict
ments found against thc corporations
of which some of the indicted pack
ers are member aud other? are etn
ploy?d are tq Btniul.
Occurrences of Interest from
Al! Over South Carolina
MARY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A Batch of Live Paragraphs Cover
ing a Wide Range-What is Going
On in Our State.
General Cotton Market.
Galveston firm.. .. ,, ,, . ;111-8
New Orleans steady ; ; ;;?015-16
Rf?bil? firm.. .. ; ; 11 I \ ;. .10 7-8
Savarlnaii steady. ; * i ; : :.1013-16
Charleston finn. ?..10 7-8
Wilmington steady., ......10 5-8
New York quiet .:.....11.50
Philadelphia steady.. ;. ... .11.80
Houston steady.. ,, ,, ....ll 1-8
Augusta, firm.. ..-ii ....111-8
Memphis steady.. ., lt , ..111-8
St. Louis firm .. .,- .r....111-8
Louisville finn.. .. v. .. ....115-8
Charlotte Cotton Market.
These figures represent prices paid
to wagons: /
Strict middling.... .... ..ll
Middling.. ........10 7-8
Good middling tinged .. .. .'. 10 7-8
Stains.??,...9" to 101-4
Board of Assessors.
Comptroller General Jones last No
vember issued instructions to county
auditors giving directions as to the
manner in which property should bo
returned for taxation. In only one
county, Greenville, have his instruc
tions been diregarded. ?
Here the township boards raised the
points as to whether ol* not they
should be requested to" sign the oath
of office. Gov. Heyward has been ap
pealed to by Mr. Jones to. withhold
his signature from thc'commissioners
of these township boards unless they
;ubscribe to the oath. Last week Mr.
Jones gave out the following state
Permit me to say that the country
government act was amended in 1899
abolishing boards of commissioners as
assessors aud devolved the duties up
on township and special boards of as
cssors and required thc governor to
appoint on the recommendation of the
legislative delegaton. Certain count
ies named therein were exempt.
The act of 1899 fixed the term of
office of thc township boards of asses
sors as conterminal with that of the
Thc constitution, article 4, section
17, requires the governor to commis
sion all officers of this State.
Au appointee of the governor can
not assume or discharge the duties of
ari office except by virtue of a commis
sion issued by the governor, conferr
ing such authority.
It is not my duty nor have I noti
fied anyone in Greenville or auywher
eist relative to appointments of town
ship assessors. His excellency, the
governor, was appraised of the fact
that only one assessor had_ been com
missioned in Greenville, county since
the act of 1899.
Code of laws 1902,. Sees. 370 and
267, requires/"the comptroller ' general
from time; to time'-to transmit to the
county auditors' such' forms and in
structions as he.may deem necessary,
to carry into effect 'the "provisions of
the tax lows. The instructions thus
given shall be obeyed hy land shall be
binding upon all county, town and
Attorney General. Asked to Investi
Columbia, Special. - Thc State
board of dispensary directors has de
cided to ask J. E. McDonald of
Winnsboro to act as its attorney in
looking into the legality of the pur
chases made by the old State board.
Mr. McDonald will bc notified by the
clek of the board and will be asked to
accept the assignment which, accord
ing to Chairman Rawlinson, requires
several weeks' work.
Columbia, Special - The State
board of pharmaceutical examiners
met here to examine several appli
cants for permission to become licens
ed embalmers. There were four ap
plicants and trwo passed successfully
The members of the board present
were Dr. E. S. Burnham of Charles
ton, Dr. Myron H. Sandifer of Rock
Hill, Dr. Matthews of Beunettsville,
Dr. DeLorme of Sumter, Dr. Frank
M. Smith of Charleston and Dr. O. Y.
Owings of Columbia.
In Management o? S 1!. It
Speaking oC food a railroad man
"My work puts me out In all kinds of
weather, subject to irregular hours for
meals aud compeliod to eat all kinds of
"For 7 yeai'j I was constantly trou
bled with indigestion, caused hy eating
heavy, fatly, starchy, greflsy, poorly
cooked food, such as are most accessi
ble to men in my business. Generally
each meal or lunch was followed by
distressing, pains and burning sensa
tions in my stomach, which destroyed
my sleep and almost unfitted me for
work. My brain was so muddy and
foggy that it was hard for me to dis
charge my duties properly.
"This lasted till about a year ago,
when my attention was called to
Grape-Nuts food hy a newspaper ad.
and I concluded to try it. Since then
1 have used Grape-Nuts at nearly ev
ery meal and sometimes between
meals. We railroad men have little
chance to prepare our food in our ca
booses and I find Grape-Nuts mighty
handy for it is ready cooked.
"To make a long story short, Grape
Nuts has made a uew mau of me. I
have no more burning distress in inj
stomach, nor any other symptom of in
digestion.' I can digest anything so
long as I eat Grape-Nuts, and my brain
works as clearly aud accurately as ai:
cngiuei'i's watch, and my old nervous
troubles have disappeared -'entirely*"
Name giveu by Tosluin Co;, Battle
. There's n reason, K*a? toe Jlttle
book, "The iJ,oad. to yVejlyMe^iii uUjrs,
BILLING f? SHARE WITH GOD
j Simpi? Faith and Gratitude of a Little
The simple faith of ? little child,
whether applied to parents, friend or
to God, found ari illustration in a story
recently told by Dr. Levi G: Broughton
of ?tl?nt?; Ga., wheh he was in Bos:
ton. It w?s related to him by a friend
In the railroad aervice as follows:
."My little girl came to me a little
while before Christmas and said:
T?pa, I want you to pray to God and
ask him to have Santa Claus bring me
a dolly for Christmas.' I promised,
md on Christmas morning she found
ier doll, and called me to see it: As
she looked it over, examining the face,
the eyes, the hair, and the clothes, she
?aid,' 'Papa, hain't God good? He's
?ooder thari ? thought he was; Do you
:hink he sent little brother anything?'
"I told her sh? might go over to her
;randma'S; where brother was visiting,
md find out. Presently she returned,
ivlth her face all covered with happy
?miles, and exclaimed, 'O, papa! God
lent brother a beautiful great big hob
'Breakfast came soon after and as
ye sat down at the table she. climbed
ipon my knee, and putting her arms
'.round my neck she said aga??? 'Hain't
Jod good? and he was gooder to broth
jr than he was to me, wasn't he?'
"I replied, "Yes, he is good, and now
.vhat are you going to do for God,
" 'O, I'm going to let God play with
ny dolly all he wants to; and I'm go
ng to ask brother to let God ride his
lobby-horse, too.'"-Boston Post.
Here ls something in the course
it natural phenomena (?) that will in
terest and instruct the little folk if
they look into it curiously: into a
tumbler half full of water dissolve
just as much common table salt as
can be held in solution. Let it stand
for a few days and see how the salt
creeps out of the water, up the in
side of the glass and down the out
side-just a thing of life trying to
escape from Its environment. And
when all the salt is apparently out
of prison the water remains as salty
as before I It is a pretty demonstra*
tion.-New York Press.
r.. & w.l t. Si M.I ti. & at,I
Buy L. & M. Paint and get a full gallon.
Wears 1ft to 15 yeara, because L. &. M.
Zinc hardens L. & M. White Lead ?nd
makes L, & M. Paint wear like irom
4 gallons of L. & M. mixed with 3 gallons
oil will paint a moderate sized house.
C. S. Andrews. Ex-Mayor. Danbury, Conn.,
writes: "Painted my house 19 years ago
frith L. & M. Looks Avell to-day."
i PAINT YOUK HOUSE.
15 per cent, commission allowed to any
resident where we have no agent, on sale
o? L. & M. to property-owners, at our re
Apply to LONGMAN & MARTINEZ,
Paint Makers, New York.
More than 31,000 patents were grauted
during the year.
FITS permanently cured. No lits Oftpervo'.is
ness utter first day's usc of Dr. Kliuo's Greal
Nervo l?estorer,^ trlulbottleaudtreatisefree
Dr.H. H.KLINE, Ltd.,931 Arch St.,PliiIa ,P;i
False teeth -will not be in demand !?
SORES FROM HEAD TO FOOT.
Covered With Cruite? Scaly Eaema
"When One Month Old-Cored by
Cntlcnra at Expense of 84.50.
"When I was one month old I was
taken with ecaema. After being under
the treatment of two doctors for one
month, and no improvement, my moth
er was advised by a druggist to try Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment. I was one
crust of sores from head to foot. My
mother could brush the scales off my body,
I and my finger and toe nails fell. -After
using six cakes of Cuticnra Soap and
about as much Cuticura Ointment I was
-completely cured. I am. now seventeen
years old, and my skin has not a scar.
I am still finding wonders in Cuticura;
after washing a fever blister two- day? it
was 'completely gone. Your Cuticura
friend, M?BS Eola Glasscock, Marksville,
I La., Oct. 27, 1905."
The deepest gold mine In th? world
ls at Bendigo, In Australia.
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum
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Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption,and
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The trouble with happines sis there
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Vt., Past Commander of Ethan Allen
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I had no appetite, hut
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ually -without being
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Doan's Kidney Tills rid me of this m
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ble? eures by absorption. Address . i
M?LL'S GUAPE TONIC CO., 328 3d |
Ave., Bock Island, III.
Give Full Addrcts and Write Plainly, I
All druggists! 50c. per box, or by mail
apon receipt of price, btamps accepted.
Col. Robert Catlett, of Rockbridge
county, has been appointed Assistant
Adjutant General of Virginia.
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OK TCLKDO, >
LUCAS COUSTV. f '
FRANK J. CHENEY make:; oath tnat ho ls
senior partner of the Arm of F. J: CHUNKY .k
Co., doing business in tho City of Toled*?,
County and State aforesaid, and that aai'l
linn will pay the sum ot OXE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every ea*e pf CATARRH
that cannot be cured by thu use ot HALL'S
CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENET.
Sworn to before me aud subscribed ia my
, -?. preseuce, this 6th day ot Decem
\ HEAL. [ ber, A.D., 1836. A.W.G LEASON,
'-' Kolara lJ"Mir..
Hall's Catarrh Cur3 is taken internal ly.and
acts directly on the blood add mucous sur
faces of tho system. Send for testimonials,
free. F. J. CHENEY .t Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Drugc-isfco, 7ifc.
Talco flail's Family Pills for constipation.
Generally speaking the smaller a
man is the larger his troubles seem
tc be. ? *
Reputation-What the world thinker
ibout us; character ls what our wives
mow about us.
Dimple-The perfection of a blem
A Contented Woman-^-?ne living In
he present, for toe future and wlth
>ut a past.
The Ideal Woman-One who cad
ceep house, her temper and a ser
The ?gotlst-A man so satisfied
with, his ?pp'e?r?ric? that lie never
looks into a mirror.
Trousseau-The clothes a giri
wears for the first three years after
marriage.-Harry A. Thompson, in
Saturday Evening Post.
can easily be raised with
regular, evon stands, and
of the very best grade, for which the
highest prices can be gotten at your
warehouse, or from tobacco buyers If
rou trill, a few weeks before planting,
Use them again as a top dressing, or
second application. These fertilizers
are mined by capable mon, who have
been making fertilizers aU their lives,
and contain phosphoric acid, potash
and nitrogen, or ammonia, in their
proper proportions to return to your
soil tho elemonts of plant-life that
have been taken from it by continual
cultivation. Accept no substitute.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Bi eh mo nd, Va. Atlanta. Ga.
Charleston, B. 0,
EGOS FOR HATCHING From my fine prize
birds. Barred Rocks. Black Jllnorc&s, Brown
Leghornn W. KM HVDI.EY, Orando, Va.,
Let us send you our practl
many other careful crop-feeding
without any cost or obligation.
New York-93 Nassau Street, or '
. you want
protection. - ,
These and mair/
other good points
.are combined In
You cant afford
to biiy any othw /
?_l TOWC? ?O Ci??TOH USA.
TO?!* CAMAOIA* CO bra
. L. DOUGLAS
tv. !.. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Lino
cannot be equalled at any price.
JULY 6. |676
t jt an tjtsini
W. L. DOUCIJiS MAKES & SELLS MOt
MEN'S $3. SO SHOES THANAMYrTfHt
MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD.
?1 ft finn REWARD to anyone who can
OIUiUUU disprove this statement.
If I could take you into ray three large factor
at Brockton, Mass., and show you thc infinit
care with which every pair of shoes ls made, yoJ
would realize why W. L. Douglas $3.50 sho
cost more to make, why they hold their shao
fit better, wear longer, and are of great
intrinsic value than any other $3.50 .shoe.
IV. L. Douglas Streng Mada Shoos fol
Man, 52.50, $2.no. Boym' School ?
Orama Shoos, $2. BO, 92, SI. TB, S1.B?
CAUTION.-Insist upon having W".L.Douf
las shoes. Take* no substitute. >"ono genult
without bis name and price stamped on bottom j
Fast Color Eyelets used ; they will not wear brassy
"Write for Illustrated Cat-tlop.
W. I*> DOUG LAS, brockton, Afr
5A for SUo worth of le* di s ir 1SC8 novelties inChoi
w est Garden Seeds, ?l's irorth of Unlvera?Pt
roinm Coupons free with every order.
BOLOIA?O'S S Kill) SXOBE. BALX1M03JE. J
So. 13-'06. .
:s, " ranging ovei
ve proved con
e liberal use oj
itial to the pro
yields of full
cal books telling of these am
; tests ; they are free to fannersj
'Send name and address.
4 KAU WORKS.
Atlanta. Oa.-22# So. Broad Street
ncc, telling all your
We will send you
: m-ci ope, and a vai
y Department, The
leads to much more wide spread trouble than mere pain and sickness for
yourself. If allowed to take hold of you, lt will lead to worried and worn
out friends and relatives, sickly, ill-developed children, a shorter life for
you and all your family. In justice to yourself and children build up
your health, drive out the weakness, which ls shown by your regularly
recurring pain, falling feelings, periodical distress, etc., and take
which win prevent this pain and misery. Increase your vitality; regulate your Irregularities,
and give you strength where you most need lt. "Before taking Cardui''. writes Eva
Robinson, of Farris, I. T., "I just weighed 96 pounds. I was weak, nervous, and suffered
from periodical pain and sleeplessness. Since taking five bottles of Cardui, I have great
ly improved. I feel like a new person, and weigh 109 pounds." In successful use for
over half a century, as a specific remedy fer female troubles, - Cardui has, In that time,
relieved or cured ever a mi!'ii;n women. Try lt
At Every Drug Store In $1.00 Bottles