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With the Wits.
She-How many men owe the
.He=-Yes; and how many more me
owe their wives to their success :
: ;:; r ^ : A lot of ; women who are finici
cr-.-' f about"' their hats and the brand <
?>-^perffane ".they use, seem to gb it hlii
vhen-it' comes fb the selection of
The land of Fair Play.
The nineteenth century belonged 1
the; United States. We used it maj
nificently> even our high crimes an
>;\ misdemeanors being large. . Thei
- was still a '.feeling that the w?rld Wi
. young. ^ The twentieth century h
longs *to ' Canada. Yet between thes
^^.v two, Canad? and the United State
I saw no line of demarkation. Nor
ct the trekkers could see that lim
They only-feel, as any man may fe<
? ^ - who has ridden where the winds bio'
:^Y''^!':'^^j^^?e the types tingle, th?
; of lat? th? tru?-empire of the Angl(
Saxon'was -west?of the'Missouri; an
that now ?t: is norwest''of the "M?
souri..;F?roin- the sun to'the ice, froi
v the salt .to theisnow^these are-term
.V of territory.so., big thai to call i
jBritiesh or Canadian or American j
/folly/ Call' it the.land of fair, pla]
_-ot new" opportunity and admit ' 'tfca
:%H ; the world is trekking thither; fo
"-. that comes :near : to the full spellin
?y!; ;.;; of it.^Em?fsoh'Hougn' in "The' La's
Y ; ' Stampede for Cheap Homes/' in Th
Y;;. : Outmgr Mag?ziii? for January. ::
BEOWN" STJGA? AGAIN.
Y Blay Come Into Fashion Once Mo?
Y^}j....- Owing to ; Pure Food Law.
(What to Eat.) : "
What .will*' the*' housewife say whei
;';'';' she asks . her-grocer for- his best sug
ar and^..is. shown a sooop ofthe'y.el
lowish; brownish sweet such as he
grandmother used to . buy .? : You cai
: ahnost hear'her'shriek' of awe as sh<
gBSg?-?S tobi "that this ""is tlie^bcst sugar ii
?:v'::."*-'th? hotjsfi|^ou^??? ir^ine l?er sur
B^?r*piisfi. '--y?k?nj^the grocer'-'quotes; . th<
gl^' brown sujrar' to her at-6 1-2 cents
}?&?r\/ pound aad the . "old-fashioned"
Ha^i&hit? sugar at 5 cents.
HK; For hrc wn sugar is now the prop
: "er ' thing. . Whoever does not knov
- "", ?his is ignorant of the rulings on th<
. . food law. The crystal-like sugar w<
: ""*'--:. have been eting is adulterated ; al
?V>T .. i>?'~1iHXpretty- whit? sugar, whethei
;-;>p-V;jp^olated7^owrfere'dror faHoaves has
been bleached by a chemical process
'yhich/ tho interpreters of the foo:
; '?' '?.' 'iw's have seen fit to condemn.
|?v It is learned that there is no sucli
. thing as pure white sugar; that sug
?l^rV?^M./tb^be^pure must be brown. The
bleachingr^rocess: cosists in submit
; . "ting th^jpure"sugar to a "treatment, ol
I , lumeraT^lning?-- By this and othei
I>rocesses>wa-"gTeat"de3l-of -the natural
^rk-rj fiweetq^ij? .-extracted from the sugai
jj . and it is often further adulterated
. - by the addition of -insoluble sub
m?:l-' stances, such!'' as marble* dust.' ^
!&;--._ . Confectioners:-.have even made sc
; bold ag! toj advertise marble dust foi
li ; r ' ; - the very purpose of adulteration, and
ii is regretable to:say there was a de
j'..;, .. niand that well repaid' the advertis
erfor?S'expense-and his-daringa ii
jrjfe evcn-'da?rti?dthat sand is" used ?it,
i ??v^^ -0?31 purpose .of in
J J ' ? Th?u?e-^^a ^reign ..suhstajice, ..call
. ed 'ultramarine,vremainlng in the pro
. ?,<A'''->'<!ess r o&mfav??et?r?f ' ^?ieh"-is' offen
^.:add?^-.;?;f??t?te>-sugar_ to ;riye it the
l> J f ^uisitfndbiue..tinge* ? Whatever the
f-Y.?.-'! . rssult-sof tther commission's permanent
rulings ,we .have been-:-taught-thal
vrbite*sngar"is -impure-and brown- sug
% ; ar wiU; emir: intorstyle:again.
Deer Plays Pranks.
'%'.'-:- /Lower Bank street, one ot the busi
est thorotn^toesln tt^
lion bi -yas?li "city,-, "was" visited -tala
nwrxdnjf by*"a wild buck d??f: ; The
animal ..entered,. the, city .from . "ie
- Pequot? Ibby/ s'wknr across Shaw's
.'-Cove, and, becoming alarmed at the
thro??^of ' "??hinst?re ?nd pedestrians
. it Bank street, dashed across!, the
? . av?nue, hurled a team of horses and
?^ : -mn int? ajp?ite glass window in Max
Iiewyant'a jewelry store. Mrs. Lewy
aut, who-was alone in the store, was
prostrated with , fright, but before
?le t?iiy r?adized' what had' happened
the deer .' nshed. out again.
JL larga, orowd .had. collected out
" s!lde> tie; .'Jewelrystore and the deer,
flndin?;;his' pathway blocked, took
a tfraceful. leap, over, .the. heads of
tho astonished onlookers. The last
Been of the buck was his entrance
by. the ?^?Cdoof. aH,d subsequent
disappearance "through the rear exit
?j in aa--adjacent meat market, and
tlxen over, fences and across yards to
tlie lifoodB "of Montville.-New Lbn
don (Conn.).'Dispatch to New York
iflTorl?- .:. ; ?
It is, not easy tb straighten in the
oak tile crook that grew, hi the sap
SVf - ling.-^Gaelic. ., S6. 2-'07.
' ? ''"'"'.N?VE? TIRES _
OX the Food. That Restored Her to
"My'food "was-killing me and I
dldh'tjkilow the cause/'writes a Colo,
youngj lady: "For two years I was
thin ?nd^stckJyj suffering from Indi
gi?Stiok' ??dT inflammatory'rh?um?
"I^had tried different kinds of diet,
plain living and many of the reme
dies recommende"d,^b?t"got no better.
"Finally, aboutr fiv? weekB ago,
mother suggested that I try Grape
'Natp,"^ftnd i" began at dfice, eating lt'
UH?& V'th ax^ijttlej cream or milk. .A
changej^irthe better began at one. '
"Tr?ay-?--am'well and am gaining'
weight and strength all the time.
I've gained 10 lbs." in the last five
..weeks, and~db not suffer any .more
from indigestion and the rheumatism
is all gone, v :.
: V"r 'krio^ it Is to Grape-Nuts alone
that I ?tje my i'estored health. I
still ?^h?f*fdod twice -a day and
never tire^ of .it." Name, given by
Postum Co'v* Battle Creek,'Mich. .
The flavor of Grape-Nuts Is pecu
liar ta iteelf. It Is neutral, riot too
Weet and has an agreeable, healthful
quality that never'grows tiresome.
One of the sources of rheumatism
fa from overloading the system with
add material,- the res?lt of imperfect'
As soon as improper food Is aban
doned and Grape-rNuts is caken regu
larly, digestion is 'made strong, the
organs do their work of building up
good red' blood cells and oiV carrying
away thai.eircess of disease-making
material .from the system.
The result is- a ceitain and steady
return- to- normal health and mental
activity^ 'i'There'8 a-reason,'-' Rsnd
thB little hook, "Tb^ "ftoad to Well?.
Another Railway Horror Adds
to Long List
BODIES BURNED IN WRECKAGE
passenger Trains on Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific- Come Together in
a Cut of a Steep Grade With Hor
ed^Cars ; Ignite From Gas Tanks
rible Consequences-^All the Dead
hat Two Mexicans-Victims Pin
ned Down hy Seats and Incinerat
and Passsngers are Roasted In
jured Rescued With Difficulty
Conductor .Tells Harrowing Story
of| the Disaster. ...
T?p?ek, Kan., Special.-Thirty-five
persons, all Mexicans but three, were
: killed and bodies of -30 Mexicans
were incinerated in a head-on collis
ion of two. passenger ; trains of the
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacifie
Railroad near V?lland. The wreck
occurred while both trains were run
ning: slowly on a curve in a cut where
the grade was steep. All. the killed
were in the southbound train except
a tramp, who was on the baggage car
of the northbound train. Thii tramp
a negro porter and a workman with
the Mexican laborers1 were the only
Ame!rita1rs-'killea''sd'far as"knbwn,~ al
though a passenger says that a wom
an 'and ? child were burned in a tour
ist carK' ; ... . . \
There,were 32 Mexicons and fife
Americans, composing a gang of rail
road workers.: in the smoking car of
the southbaund-traine Of these, 39
Mexicans were burned in the wreck
age and two died later.
. Most of the injuries were due to
the setting of the emergency brakes.
Most of the passengers in the south
bound train was thrown to the car
floor.by. the quick setting of the
brake);. - The niortbound train was
running 10 miles an hour up grade. >^
The Mexicans were phinejioift^ei'
the seats and -tho doors were jammed
-so-they. could not get out. In the
chair car also many passengers were
held dowft- by the seats.
The-train caught-fire from the gas
tanks. Thon came the cries for help
among the .Mexicans in the smoking
car and the people pinioned fast in
'the chair car. Every man and Wom
an' oh the fr?in tried to r?seue the
-unfortunates, but: the flames soon be
came too hot to permit of apprach
ing the car.
The injured were, removed from the
chair.?carp..,with less difficulty, and
apparently all were secured alive
f?fcm' f hese, cars. ^ ' . 9 .
;. .William, Gane, conductor of the
southbound train, has a broken col
larbone, and' is. much bruise^ about
the-face.'- He said:
' ' Tl?? "'train' Was just 'pulling clear
offthe. Volland yards and was travel
ing about 30 miles an hour: I' drop
ped- into !tke^-iront seat of the smoker
aud dozed. .
"'There were .32,^Mexicans sitting
? two in a seat, back of me, also link,
:a- negro' porter, a froem?n and'five
pi:id: fares, f.
" u\ was awakened by the setting of
'the brakes.-- I jumped head-first ont
of the, window and struck, on my
. "When I turned and looked at the
train I saw. flames leaping 50 feet
?h?gh from the- smoker. - '
v \ The'foremost-tourist sleeping vear
of the southbound train also burned,
but all the occupants escaped so
serious injury. .
Railroad Increases Wages.
"'St Augustine, Fla., Special.-The
.Florida East- Coast Railway, through
its vice ppresident and general man
ager, J. R. Parrotte, has authorized
an advance in wages of seven per
Teeat, . applicable to all employes of
record January 1, 1907. This road
operates.a line from Jacksonville to
Miami, 3?6 miles, and is now. cin
"strueting an extension over the Flor
ida, Keys from Miami to Key West.
Henry M. Flagler is president of the'
company. It is the first road in Flor
ida to. increase wages. More than
1,000 men' are affected by the in
Assistant General Counsel.
! Atlanta, Ga., Special-Judge Ham
?nton .McWhorter, of Athern, Ga.,
has been appointed assistant. general
counsel of: the'Southern Railway, ef
fective-January 1.. Judge-McWhort
er will have charge of the law de
partment of the Southern iu the
States "of Georgia, Alabama, Florida
abd parts of Mississippi ', and Louis
Cotton Mill. Men Meet.
Spartanbu'rg, .Special.-The Cotton
Manufacturers' Association bf South
Carolina met here, it being the first
meetijig.since.the association was or
ganized at Lake Toxaway . last . sum
mer. Seventy cotton mills of the
Stale sent delegates tb the meting,
representing au invested capital of
?55,000,000. The most, important
question discussed was" child .labor,
immigration, transportation, compul
sory education, etc.
Seaboard Robbers Captured.
Roanoke,. Va., Special.-At ll :15
o'clock Wednesday night President
William G. Baldwin, of the Baldwin
Detective Association, received a mes
sage from one of his men at Rich
mond saying the robbers who Sunday
night held up "and robbed the passen
gers cn-a Seaboard Air Line train at
LaCx'osses, Va., had been arrested
and fully identified by the conductor
and porter, of the robbed train.
All on the Road.
. It /was a :few days after the exami
nation. The French class had just
received their papers, and found them
corrected with the usual method of
H for honor, C for creditable, P for
passed, and so on. Today honors pre
vailed, and accordingly mademoiselle
beamed. Tapping Sightly on the desk
with her pencil, she leaned toward
' "My pupils," she cried joyfully, "ah
how you have ploded me! Surtren*
couragemeni. ^ucl pialah'!' 1 tesl
?you ?fe ail upon the read ta HI"??
Prevailing Pri?es of Cotton,
General Cotton Market.
Galveston, steady.10 1-2
New Orleans, steady.10 5-1G
Mobile, steady...10 3-16
Savannah, steady.. .... ... .10 3-16
Charleston, firm.. ...9 1-4
Norfolk, steady.... ..10 3-8
Baltimore nominal.10 5-8
New York, steady.. .10.75
Houston, steady.. .. C. -10 7-1C
Memphis, firm.10 7-16
St. Louis, quiet. .10 5-8
Louisville, finn.10 1-2
These prices represent the price
quoted to wagons:
Tinges and stains .. . .8 1-2 to 9 1-2
Cotton Seed_.. .. '.30
Oats-Feed... .. .. ..50
New York Produce.
New York, Jan. 7.-Flour dull and
easier for some grades; Minn, patent
$4 to $4.50. Rye flour dull. Buck
wheat flour dull. Buckwheat quiet.
Cornmeal steady. Rye nominal. Bar
ley nomiual. Wheat, spot easy; No.
2, red 79 nominal elevator; options
1-S lower; May 81 3-4; July 81 1-4.
Corn, spot steady; No. 2, 52 1-2;
options 1-S to 1-4 net lower; May
50 1-4; July 50 1-4.
Oats, spot steadv; mixed 39 to
Beef firm; cutmeats easy. Lard
quiet. Refined steady. Pork steady.
Tallow steady. Petroleum steady.
Rosin firm 42 1-2. Tm^?tmntr-?ria^
70 1-2 to 71. Rj?^steady. Molasses
sieadj^-?rrgar7raw steady; fair re
dling 3 11-16 ; centrifugal 96 tesl
3 916; molasses sugar 2 13-16; re
Coffee, spot market steady; No. 7,
Rio 7 1-8; Santos No. 4, 8c; mild
coffee steady; Cordova 9 to 12 1-2.
Futures 10 to 15 points higher.
Butter steady, unchanged. Cheese
finn, unchanged. Eggs irregular; re
ceipts 5,015; nearby selected white 32
to 33; choice 28 to 30; mixed extra
Pe?nuts and freights quiet, un
changed. Potatoes easy,,unchanged.
Cabages steady, white Danish seed,
per ton $13 to $16.00.
Baltimore, Jan. 7.-Flour dull, un
changed. Wheat quiet; spot contract
74 ."1-4 to 74 1-2; do 2, red Western
77 to 77 1-4; steamer No. 2, red 69
3-4; Southern by sample 57.
Corn steady ; spot 47 1-2 to 47 5-8.
Steamer mixed 44 3-4 to 44 7-8. South
ern white corn 43 1-2 to 48. Oats
finn ; No. 2, mixed 39 1-2 fb 40. Rye
steady; No. 2, Western domestic 75
to 76. Batter firm,and unchanged;
fancy imitation 25 to 27; do creamery
33 to 34; do lade! 22 to 23; store pack
ed 19 to 21. Eggs firm 24c; cheese
active and unchanged ; large 14' 1-8 ;
medium 14 3-8; small 14 5-8.
Sugar steady and unchanged;
coarse gif-nulated $5.00; fine $5.00.
Cotton Seed Oil.
New York, Jan. 7.-Ccttc-n seed oil
was steady with a speculative trade.
Prii crude f. o. b mills 33 1-2;
primo summer yellow 40 1-2; prime
white nominal; primo winter yellow
Ten million people are reported
In danger of starvation in China.
The attempt to form a general
schismatic worship association in
Seven designs for the proposed
giant battleship were submitted to
the Navy Department.
Fifteen jucres on University
Heights, valued at $300,000, were
given to the University of the City
of New York.
A strong movement has begun ia
St. Petersburg for an investigation
of the charges of corruption in the
The -Chicago and Northwestern
Railroad is to build a new $20,000,
000 station in Chicago, west of the
The annual report of the Fourth
Assistant Postmaster General shows
there are - 639 rural free delivery
routes in Kentucky.
The blizzard in Great Britain
blocked roads and wrecked telegraph
and telephone communication in
large parts of the island.
President Roosevelt reiterated his
determination to never recede from
his position in. the matter of the
discharge of the negro soldiers.
President Roosevelt issued a proc
lamation calling on the people of the
United States to contribute to the
relief of the Chinese famine sufferers.
The War Department is consider
ing a return from the present thirty
eight-calibre army pistol to the good
old forty-five revolver of frontier
Orders to the small arms factory
of the German Government at Er
furt were taken to mean that the
government was planning to arm the
troops with a new rifle.
Texas immigration officials deport
ed five Japanese who were smuggled
into Texas from Mexico.
SQUIRREL ROBBED THE MAIL.
The robbing of the United* States
mail by a squirrel was a most unusual
incident which occurred in this city
Martin Daszkowski, one of the old
est mail carriers in the city, was on
his regular rounds and had among
his mail to be delivered an advertis
ing card to which was attached a
large walnut, Inside of which was the
matter advertised. A little squirrel,
o* -which there are many in Winona,
seeing the nut, jumped upon Mr. Dasz
kowski's shoulders and running down
his arm with lightning speed took the
nut and card from his hand and then
climbed a nearby tree, where it in
vestigated the contents of the nut.
Fortunately, upon discovering that
the nut was not the kind it wanted,
the squirrel dropped it and the card
without damaging either and they
were later delivered to the proper
address,-Winona, correspondence 9;
Paul DiBpat?b, 1" '.:
Occurrences of interest from
AU Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A. Batch of Live Paragraphs Cover
ing ? Wide Range-What is Going
On in Our State.
Palmetto Cotton Growers.
The annual meeting of the South
Carolina division ' of the Southern
Cotton Growers' Association was held
A. resolution was adopted me
morializing the legislature to repeal
the lein law, which allows merchants
to take a lien on crops, thus tending
to-encourage debt. There was a fierce
fight on this resolution, but it caried
by a small majority. A resolution
also was passed asking that bucket
shops be declared illegal the State
over. Confidence was expressed in
Harv?y Jordan. The following 17
delegates were elected to the National
meeting at Birmingham, January 17;
W. ,J. Cunningham, W. J. Moore, E.
D. Hodge, A. M. Coker. W. W. Bruce,
C. E. Spencer, R. S. Smith, J. W.
McCown, W. F. Whittle, J. A. Pat
terson, E. D. Smith, J. W. Major, R.
M. Pugues, E. M. Williamson. ' The
delegation was instructed to invite
the World's Cotton Congress to meet
at Columbia, nest October. The old
officers were re-elected: E. D. Smith,
president; F. H. Weston, secretarv;
F. H. Hyatt, treasurer; E. L. Archer,
vice president, in place of Rowland
Bulletin For Teachers.
The State board of education met
in the office -of the State superin
tendent of education "with the follow
ing members present: Prof. W. K.
Boland, Blackville; Prof. ..J. W. Dan
iel, Clemson College; Prof. A. G.
Rembert, Wofford College; Superin
tendent A. J. Thackston, Orahgeburg,
and Superintendent O. B. Martin.
The. board formulated plans to issue
a bulletin, containing the course of
stadjrioj^-?res^common and high
'schools with suggeii^m^as to gradu
ations and as to the teacT?rr?iK^ dif
ferent subjects. The different ni5iw*.
bers of the board will prepare the
parts of the bulletin whicl\ pertain
to different subjevts, and these will
be consolidated and edited in a com
plete pamphlet. In response to sug
gestions made by the county superin
tendents of education, the board de
cided to change the time of holding
teacher's examinations from the "third
Fridays in May and September to the
third Fridays in April and October.
Crem aten at Logging Camp.
has been received of thc burning to
death of Mr. P. .R. Nesmith, famil
iarly known as "Pink" Nesmith, at
one of the logging camps of the At .
lantic Coast Lumber corporation. Mr.
Nesmith was spending the Clmstmas
holidays in camp alone, the rest of
the force having gone to their homes
or come to town. The supposition is
that he became intoxicated and fell
asleep in his camp, which caught fire
and consumed him. His charred rs
mains were found among the burned
timbers. Foul play is not suspected,
as he had had little or no money at
the camp and probably, not an enemy
in the world.
Fort Fisher Anniversary.
Gov, Heyward has been asked to
attend a reunion of the survivors of
the battle of Fort Fisher, .to be held
near Wilmington, N. C., on Januar}'
15, the anniversary of the engage
ment held in 1865, in which -many
South Carolinians lost their lives. As
this is the date fixed by Goy.-elect
Ansel for the inauguration, it will
be impossible for Gov. Heyward to
Anderson's Progress For the Old
Anderson, Special.-During the
past year Anderson has made greater,
progress than for any year previous.
Last year there was a decrease in
State taxes of half a mill and in
county taxes a decrease of oue and a
quarter' mills. The banks, mills and
other enterprises of the city paid out
half a million dollars in 'dividends.
It was an exceptionally % good year
with the mills. Two new banks were
started last year and many fine busi
ness* buildings erected, aggregating
U. B. Hammett Resigns.
Columbia, Special.-Chief Consta
ble TL B. Hammett, who has charge
?of, the constabulary in enforcing the
dispensary law, sent in his resigna
tion'. Hammett was appointed hy
the Governor in 1903 for four years,
just after the office wa^ created and
enjoyed the Governor's fullest con
fidence. He states in his letter that
he does not wish to embarrass the
new administration with his position
Adams is Respited.
Columbia, Special.-On the recom
medation of the pardoning board the
Government respited R. A. Adams
till the last Frit! i in February,
this in order to ve his attorneys
opportunity to g< .e papers in the
case before the j ; and the solici
tor for their rei aendation. Ad
ams is the Colletnn ninty white man
who became famui.a by making a
crop for his wife and family after
escaping from jail under sentence
Fifteen Horses Burned.
Winnsboro, Special.-The new sta
ble of Mr. Dave Crawford, with the
entire contents, save one horse, went
up in flames. Fifteen or more fine
horses perished with as many bug
gies. The approximate loss is $4,000
with $2,500 insurance. The firemen
by good work saved the Duval Hotel
and surrounding buildings.
Shooting Among Whites.
Laurens, Special. - The second
Christmas casualty has to be report
ed from Laurens. The parties to this
affair are young mill operatives, Jas.
Kimbrough and John Cunningham,
both of whom have been employed at
the Laurens cotton mill. Kimbrough v
is in the toils, while Cunningham lan-*
guishes between ljfe arid death at the
home of his father, W. P, Cunning*
liam, Et tho Lauros mill village frojri
a piatoi wound; in th? ab^aien,
"The Blood is The life."
'' Science has never gone beyond the
above simple statement pf scripture, But
it has illuminated tba") statement and
given it a meaning ever broadening with
the increasing breadth of knowledge.
When the blood is "bad" or impure it
is not alone the body which suffers
through disease. The brain is also
clouded, She mind and judgement are
effected, andmany an evil deed or impure
tho\ght\2i)!H^^ectly traced to the
impwi?ye? the o?b?dj Foul, impure blood
can be made> nnrn hv tl j A IK* nf nr
Pierce's .Golden Medical Discovery, lt
enriches and nurilie<; the blond thereby
curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and
other cutaneous affections, as eczema,
tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other
manifestations of impure blood.
. ? ? ? ? ? ?
In .the cure of scrofulous swellings, en
larged glands, open eating ulcers, or old
sores, the "Golden Medical Discovery "has
performed the most marvelous cures. In
cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers,
it is well to apply to the open sores Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which pos
sesses wonderful healing potency whon
used as an application to the sores in con
junction with tho use of "Golden Medical
Discovery "as a blood cleansing consti
tutional treatment: If your druggist
don't happen to have the "All-Healing
Salve" in stock, you can easily procure it
by inclosing fifty-four cents in postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main ?t,
Buffalo, N. Y., and it will come to you by
return post Most druggists keep it as
well as tho "Golden Medical Discovery."
_ ? ?? ? ? ? ? S
You can't afford to accept any medicine
of unknown composition as a substitute
for "Golden Medical Discovery," which is
a medicine OF KNOwy . COMPOSITION,
having a completo list ol ingredients in
plain English on its bottle-wrapper, the
same being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
What is over can't be begun.
Piles Oared In 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in 6 to H days or money refunded. 50c
The man is a fool who when ask
ed for his opinion gives it.-Punch.
BLOATED WITH DROPSY.
The Heart Wa? Badly Affected When
, the Patient Began Using
Doan's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. Elizabeth Maxwell, of 415
West Fourth St., Olympia, Wash.,
s-ys: "For over
three years I
suffered with a
tion without be
?t lng aware that
it was due to
The early stages
pain, but I went
along without worrying much until
dropsy set in. A My feet and ankles
swelled up, my hands puffed and be
came so tense I could hardly close
them. I had great difficulty in breath
ing, and my heart would flutter with
the least exertion. I could not walk
far without stopping again and again
to rest. - Since using four boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills the bloating has
gone down and the feelings of dis
tress have disappeared."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cent? a
box.- Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y. .. .
Byker-I hear that young Spriggs
is getting lip in the world.
? Pyker-Yes. One year ago he was
a chiropodist and now he's rf'barher.
Safe, flore and Speedy.
No, external remedy ever yet devised
has so fully and unquestionably met these
tb rea prime conditions os successfully as
Allcoclrs Piasteis. They are safe because
they contain no deleterious drugs and ar?
manufactured upon scientific principles of
medicine. They are cure because nothing
goes into them except ingredients which
are exactly adapted to the purposes for
which a plaster is required. They are
speedy in their action because their rnedfc
inal qualities go right' to their work of
relieving pain and restoring tbs natural
and healthy performance of the functions
of muscles, nerves and skin.
Allcock's Plasters are the original and
genuine porous, plasters and use mort
men&riou? articles hove been extensively
imitated, therefore always make sure and
get the genuine Allcock's.
A Birmingham firm which makes
a specialty of hand whistles has a
metallic design reputed to "carry" a
distance of two miles, which has re
cently been adopted by the police
force in many of the large towns.
Beware ot' Ointments For Catarrh That
a> mercury will surely deetrov the sense ol
smell and completely derange the whole sys
tem when ent?rinait through the mucous
surf Aces. Such articles should never be used
except on prescriptions from reputablephy
sicians,a? tho damage they will do is ten fold
to the good you can possibly d?rive from
(hem. Hall's Catarrh Cure, 'spt"!?aetured
byF. J. Chone/ & Co., Toledo, 0., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally, aeting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be .-uro you get the gonulnc. It is taken In
ternally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists; price, 7Cc. per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
In an Atlanta cemetery one tomb
bears at the top: "Helen Vance, wife
of Harold Vance, 1854. I await you."
At the base of the inscription some
one has written: "He took his time."
To Gare a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. w. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c.
? Don't cry hurrah until you are
over the bridare.-From the German.
WORLD'S "WONDER COTTON
A new specios: first sold last spring ; was
planted by 100 different farmers ; has pro
duced from 2 ;o 6 bales per acre; highly pro
lific; big boll, small seed, good staple; E.
Humphreys, Godwin*?Co., Memphis,Tenn.
How poor are they that have not
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
Better suffer for truth than profit
by falsehood.-From the Danish.
FITS, St. Vitus'Dance -Nervous Diseases per
manently cur^d by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. 82 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
A red nose makes a ragged back.
Scotch. So. 2-'07.
Just For Fun.
He-Are you deaf to my plead
He-But what if I were to offer
you a diamond ring?
She-Oh, I am not stone deaf.
Some men aro boats, and some are
t'liipa and straw ivpon tho stream, of
time, And you; vnat m yml
Her Tomorrow Bscame Today.
Mr. Charles J. Glidded and his
wife, the donors of the prize for the
completed Glidden tour, have travel
ed 33,000 miles In thirty-five coun
tries around . the earth. They have
passed through more than 10,000
cities, towns and settlements, motor
ing 271 days and traveling by steam
ship 44,760 miles In 149 days. Mr.
Glidden says that he will consider his
itour of the world complete when
he has driven his car 50,000 miles
in fifty countries.
While traveling on a lonely stretch
ot the road near the Arctic Circle,
In Sweden, Mr. Glidden overtook
an old Finnish woman plodding along
at the rate of half a mile an hour.
"Where are you going?" the inter
"To my daughter's " was the re
"How far is lt?" the interpreter
"When do you expect to get there?"
"Tomorrow morning." ,
Mr. Glidden picked the old womar.
up and in forty minutes had set her
down at her daughter's home-Sat
urday Evening Post.
A cranky old bachelor says the
Lord probably made? some girls home
ly because there were not enough
chaperons to go around.-Chicago
ALMOST A SOLID SORE.
Skin disease From Birth-Fortune
Spent on Her Without Benefit-??
. Doctor Cured Her With Cu. ti eura.
"1 have a cousin in Rockingham Co. who
once hatl a skin disease from her birth un
til she was six years of age. Her father
hud spent a fortune on her to get hex
cured and none of the treatments did her
any good. Old Dr. (J- suggested that
he try the Cuticura Remedies, which he
did. When lie commenced to use it the
child was almost in a solid scab. He had
used it about two months and the child
was well. 1 -.vas there when they com
menced to use your Cuticura Remedi:s.
1 stayed that week and then returned
home und stayed two weeks and then went
back and stayed with them two weeks
longer and when 1 went home 1 could
hardly believe she was the same child.
Her skin was as soft as a baby's without
a scar on it. I have not seen her in seven
teen years, but I have heard from her and
the last lime. I heard from her she was
well. Mrs. W<a>P. Ingle, Burlington, N. C.,
June 16, 1905."
It is a hard, world to those who try
to butt through it.-St. Louis Globe
There is nothing doubt
the results of using Pot
for truck crops. Every
returns manifold its wei(
nature's law, -and sure as
Every farmer should have 4
interesting information about fen
New York-? Nassau Street or
LIFE ANO SA?
BY HIS WIFE
AGENTS WASTED ?^?tffi^W
Biff Book, 7x10, Price 82.BO I Q MIPUl
Circulars Free. JI Di ll i Ulli
and ?ll IclniU ot gardon plant
plant?, Brown IQ the opso slr
norris of th? mott reliable syce
thousand ?ore truok fan?. Pla
cd. Celery ready 1*? of Dei
time ?readier. BeduoeiUxpr
win give us W per oent. If< tl
gija per thousand, large lot S
g?tt?, S. C. Arlington white
r. 0, B.. Hewitts. 8. ti The
hftsfdtabllihelj An Experlnift
Of Timetables. e?ueclally Cabbages. Tho rcsUlta of t
glr* 700 it any timo.-Youri .-cjucctf idly,-X. H. B
I nm BOW prepared to Wi orden for my Celebrated |
OABBAQTff FLAHT8 in Shy quantity desired.
BABLY JBB8BY WAKEFIELD-Earllest and beit
?ure header, small type.
CHARLESTON WAKEFIELD-About Un dv? Intor
than Earl? Jersey's. n!io a ?uro header of fine lite.
Price? f . o. b. herc. P?
500 for 81.00. 1,000 to 5,000 at 81.50 ]
Speoial price? on larger quantities. All or di rs nhippi
Color more goods brlghteran?! foster colors Lhunauy o
?ye nay garment without ripping apart Write for
Hostess-Were wou seasick com
ing across, dear?
Miss Pert-Oh, no! You see, papa
was with us.
Hostess-But what has that to do
with your not being seasick?
Miss Pert-Well, you know, papa
is a Judge, and he overruled the mo
Tlie danties of tho great are th?
t?&FR ?$ the pow.?B?t&ee?
What Is i
Bs lt a Catarrh Rc
or is it
Some people call Peruna a great
great catarrh remedy.
Which of these people.are right'
catarrh remedy than to call it a tonic3
Our reply is, that Peru?a is bot!
deed, there can be no effectual catarrh
In order to thoroughly-rel leve an
only have-a.jsp_eclfic action on the mi
tarrh, hut it must "haye n general ton?
Catarrh, even in persons who are
dit ion of sonic mucous membrane. Tl
the circulation, to gli'c tone to the arte
Perhaps no vegetable remedy in
tention from medical writers as HYDJ
ful efficacy of this herb has been reco
its hold upon the medical professioi
COPAIBA a trio of medical agents is
specific remedy for catarrh that in t
cannot bc improved upon.. This actio;
as COLLINSON!.* CANADENSIS, XX
SEED, ought to make this compound
stages and locations in the body.
From a theoretical standpoint, t
The use of Peruna confirms this opi
every quarter of the earth furnish -tiru
over enthusiastic. When practical ex|
ory the result is a truth that cannot b
f RUIT JREES
Proper lime for nil varieties! ol'the highett
prude ofSonthei nGrown Flower, Field und
Gurden Seed*. Shrub?. Sbndc jfad Frit ll
Trees.PotiHry ?nd Poultry Supplies.Swlne.
"Dog* of ?II ktr.dv In fait, cverylhlncrnceried
(or the fur rn. licndijnnrtiVH (brBVDD KB
PECAN TEEF.S. Kern ember, we give
either Vegetable or Flower need?, lau-irc
imper*. 15 for 81.oe, -Postpaid; Smaller
?ISM. 2? for 81.OO, Poatpuid l?entlou Ulla
puper. Catalogue trtfe lo applicant?.
I STECKIER SEED CO. Ltd.,
tSuoeruon to Riclmrd Ftolnrhrr)
No. 512 Gravur St., NEW ORLEANS, LA
Trial bc I?ol?e At drug starra
The stocking exhibit this morning
was the feature of the holiday trade.
Jtch cured in 30 minutes hv Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion; never fails. Sold by Drug?
cists. Mail orders promptly filled liv Dr.
E. DetchonMed.Co..Orawford6ville)Ind. 81.
Of all men sailors suffer most from rheu
?seles and Joints
*d by using
25c 50c 6 $1.00
d by all Dealers
atise On The Horse'Sent Free
r. Ear! S.Sloan, Boston, Mass.
:ful or indefinite about
ash fertilizer in the soil
pound of Potash added,
jht in vegetables. It is
'Truck Farming." It has mtich
tiiization. We send it free,
Atlanta, Qa.-1224 Candler Bundine
ty. Send 50c for Canvassing
ute! CELERY Plantel^
i.Can now furnish all kinds of cabbttgo
and will stand great cold. Orowu from
lumen. We use th? sa roo plant? on our
,nt? carefully counted and proporlypaok
Lettuos, o tilos and Beet plann, ?ar-?
ou rates proralsed.wulcili.wlien el?ectjvu,
ion nvercnsnfilse rates. Prices: Small lots
1.00 to r.L23 per tbous?n-1. r. O. B. Meg
Spins Cucumber Seed SOoeuts ner pound,
united Stntes Agricultural Department,
i cal Station on nur farra?, to teptall kluds*
bete experiment we will be pljiwed to_
XITCH COMPJLVT, MCC6STTI. S,.
SU0CE88I0N-Best known eur? heading varie*
o? large flat cabbage, later thitn Charleston Wakefield.
These plants are from the very bent tested ?e*ds s?j.d
i; . ima In thc open air and will stand severe cold Trltli
out Injury. All ordors ero flllod from tho ec-me kcdi
that I nm usina for mr oxtcniivo eeobago farms. Sat
ickcd in light boxes:
ser M. 5,000 to 10,000 at C1.S5 per M.
ed O. O. D. when not accompanied by remittance.
Young's Island, S. C.
?rokee ?Remedy of Sweet (j
[Shs. Colds, LaGrippe g %T
cherye. Ono 10c. paokuge colors all fibers. They d
free booklet-How to 1 -, Uleacn and Mix Colors. I
- TO FARMERS AJS
you cannot spend years and d
buy tho knowledge required 1
cents. You want them to pay
them as a" diversion. In order to handl
tiling about them. To meet thia want \
of a practical poultry raiser for (Only
a man wno put all his mind, and time,
en raising-not as a pastime, but as a b
ty-flve years' work, you can save many
earn dollars for you. The point ls. thn
Poultry ?ard as eoon as lt appears, and
teach you. It tells how to detect and e
fattening;: which Fowls to sa YO for br
you ?hould bow tm trna subject io ma
?wa o?ntfiln tftomw. BOOK PUSMBK)
;medy, or a Tonic/ ,
tonic. Others refer to Peruna as m
? Is lt more proper to call Peruna af
' . ., ;y''/
i a tonic and a catarrh remedy. In-?)..;
remedy that is not also a Ionic,
y case of catarrh, a remedy must not;
LICOUS membranes affected by the ca?
: action on the nervous system.
otherwise strong, is a weakened con
?ere must be something to strong hen
:rics, and to mise the vital forces,
thc world hus attracted so much 'at
RASTIS CANADliNSIS. The wonder
gnlzed many years, and is growing in
i. When joined with CUBEBS andi
formed lu Peruna which constitutes a
lie present state of medical progress;
II, reinforced hy such renowned tonics
>RYDrtjS FORMOSA and CKUKOXL, i
an ,idea! remedy for catarrh, in all its
Jierefore, Peruna is beyond criticism,
niou. Numberless testimonials from
pie evidence that this judgment is not .
X'rience confirms a well-ground* d the-:>
is not home without a little child,
but. many weak, sick, miserable
women, seern unable to' have
one. Where this is due to some
chronic disease of the womanly
organs, as it so often is,
jp is the best medicine ter you"1 to fl
* take, since it regulates the fane- ";
tions, builds up the weak organs,,
strengthens the constitution and,
makes childbirth easy. Has helped
thousands. Try it
At all Druggists CE
WHITE for Free Advice, statin?
ago and describingyour trap toms, to
Ladies Advisory Dept., Chattanooga
Medicine Co.', Chattanooga. Tenn.
We have 00 SS manyactca>.
Bhotographs of cottore
elds on vnJcli no fertilizers '-were
used and pictures of fleWc'on willoh
"other makes" of fertilizers were
used. Results of theso Crops were
dismal failures There, aro much
-brighter prospects1' ohead for the1
prctfrosaivo farmers of ?ho South."
Two and three boles to the acre ere,
only ordinary yields where ..
Hfrgirua- Carolina Fatilizers . J
are used with proper cultivation.
Maka your cotton mature early, and
thus escape the boU weevils aridothcr
damaging insects. Ton can easily do
this.asweU os increase tho number
of boUs(and their size) on your plants
by plentifully using Virginia-Caro-"
lina Fertilizers. This method will
tremendously "increase your yieldB
per acre." Don't be fooled into bay
ing a substitute.
Virginia-Caroline Chemical Co.
Durham, N. C.
Chirles ton, S. C.
Me mpnls. Tenn.
The Uppermost Stand
ard of Highest Quality
Itupieted by the UnKed State? Govtrnmiat
LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES
SAWS AND SUPPLIES. STEAM AND
GASOLINE EtVQINES. .
Try LOMBARD, AUgA?TA>
Attn White & Co.
EbjbNt market pr!to
BIG MONET MADE hy agtnin MUIJMMI>
"XXRVE BATTEBIE?'* it?3.(W?tt
ono or two a day you nimk? ? day? wa*e#,
while 18 to ?5 ure iota In one day by a ll??
huctllav aaent. Write f*rE?r?,<:ol*r5:u.
KHTF. BATTEkY COMr'T.H*?Ohio.
Directly from the owner a good tract of Umber
land. Address N. A. J., P. O. Box 6 ri. Kew Torie
?um and Mullein SSKVE?
at and Lung Troubles. Thoronghly tested
ia?. AU Druggists. 25o, fOc and BLOC
lye In cold water better Utan any other dye. Toa caa
flONROK DUD? CO., UuioaviUe, Missouri
JD POULTRYMEN! -
EAUN MONEY ff? ht&
unless you understand them and knpw
how to cater to their requirements, and
ollars learning by experience, so you must
DJ- others. We offer this to you for only 25
their own way even if you merely' keep
e Fowls judiciously, you must know some
ve are stiling a book giving the experience
23c.) twenty-five years. It was written by
ana money to making a success of Chick*
usin?es-and !f you will profit by his twen
(Jhicks annually, and make your Fowl?
.t you must be sure to detect trouble In the
know how to remedy lt. This book will
ure disease; to feed for egg* and aieo for
ceding purposes; and everything, indeed,"
tte lt profitable. Bunt poatp<l for twenty?
[Itt HOUSE}, 134 Xrton&rd St,, NewYcrkCit?