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MRS. ELVA BARBER EDWARDS
".; . There are three critical stages in a.
woman's life which leave their mark
in ?er career;-The first of these stages
ii. is womanhood, or the change from a
care free girl to budding womanhood, '
The second is motherhood, and the
.third is Change of Life. ' *
Perils surround each of these stages, -
and most of the misery.that comes
to women through ill health dates'
.from one or another of these im-'
Women should remember that Lydia
E. Piakham's Vegetable Compound
made from native roots and herbs has
. : carried thousands of young girls over
the1 critical. period of puberty, has
prepared mothers for chUdbirth, and
in later years carried them safely
- through the change of life more suc
cessfully than any other remedy in
' the world. Thousands of testimonials
from grateful persons, two. of which
are here published, substantiate this
fact beyond contradiction.
Mrs. George Walters bf Woodlawn,
. 111.' writes I
Dear Mrs. Pmkham:
**I feel it my duty to tell you of the good
Lydia E. Pincham's Vegetable Compound
has done me in preparing for childbirth.
Af ter suffering and, losing my children a
friend advised me td try your valuable rae
, die rae, and tho result was that I had very
little inconvenience, a quick recovery and
. During its long record of more
actual cures, entitles Lydia E. Pin
the respect and confidence of every
t Lydia E. Pinkfiam's Vegetable Coi
Russian caviare is now listed at $10
" ? pound. To. avoid bothersome ex
planations afterwards, tell your deal
er, at the time that it is the short,
not the long, ton that you want.
Deafness Cannot lie Cared
bylocal applications as they cannot reach 1 IK
diseased portion of theear.* lucre is only Mir
way to cure deafness, and that is by consti
tutional remedies. Deafness is caused byan
inflamed condition of the mucous lining ol
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or imper
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed
Deafness is the result, and unless the inflam
mation can be taken out .and this tribe re
stored to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten
ore caused by catarrh, which is nothingbutan
inflamed condition of tbe mucous surfaces.
. We. will give One Hundred Doll ara for any
?case of Deafness ( canoed by otarra ) that can
not be curedby Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars free. P. J. CHENEY & Co.,Toledo,0.
?5 Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
. When a woman gets it into her
x " head' that she is mentally superior to
- her husband she thinks "it's'up to
\her to do a stunt-on the lecture plat
\ 1817-1907. j ?
r-\CiSjx?y years ago AHcock> Plasters .were
? ?rsfc. introduced to the public. They are
to-day the world's standard plasters.
This invention has been - one of the"
greatest-blessings imaginable and afford* '
- .. the quickest, cheapest and best means, of
^ healing, and" relief for certain ailment?,
v^that 'has ever "been discovered.
Aflcocfs are the original and genuine
,-porous -plasters and are-sold by druggists
; m every part of 'he civilized world.
"Toa, are the only girl I ever lov
ed," . he declared passionately.
"That's nice," she answered. "But
really, you know, it's a lot more im
portant for me to be assured that I'm
the only girl you're ever . going to
- The Alaska Packers Association
are about to introduce the Argo Red
.Salmon in this market. They are
the largest Salmon banners in the
world, employing an army of 7500
men, with a fleet of over silty ves
sels, and the Argo Ls the choicest Red
Salmon packed. It is caught in the
icy waters of "Bering Sea. The flesh
is very firm, of a beautiful red color
and delicious flavor. It is much be
low the price that good' qualities cf
Salmon have sold for in the past. *
Argo Red Salmon is cheaper than
beefsteak, at 10 cte. per pound, be
cause it contains more nourishment.
"Hard drinking has lost him his
money and his reputation as well."
"Not altogether." '
"No, he still has his reputation for
hard drinking."-Atlanta Constitu
The Badge of Honesty
Is on every wrapper of Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery because a full
list of the ingredients composing it is
printed there in plain English. Forty
years of experience has proven its superior
- worth as a blood puriGer and invigorat
ing tonic for the cure of stomach disorders
and all liver ills. It builds up the run
down system as no other tonic can in
which alcohol is used. The active medic
inal principles of native roots such as
Golden Seal and Queen's root, Stone and
Mandrake root, Bloodroot and Black
Cherrybark are extracted and preserved
by the use of chemically pure, triple
refined glycerine. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce
at Buffalo, N. Y., for free booklet which
.quotes extracts from well-recognized med
ical authorities^such as Drs. Bartholow,
King, Scudder, Coe, Ellingwood and a
host of ot hops, showing that these roots
can be tor?nded upon for tnelr curative
action itali weak states of the stomach,
accompanied by indigestion or dyspepsia
as well ? jn/?ll bilious or liver complaints
and In ;tu/\v astin g diseases" where there
is lossOTUesb and gradual running down
of tl^rstrength and system.
\ The "Golden Medical Discovery "makes .
giclyPure?blgod_and so invigorates and"
regulates the'stomach, liver and bowe^
an(L through themT the whole system.
Thus all skin affections, blotches, pimples
and eruptions as well as scrofulous swel
lings and'old open running sores or ulcers
are cured and healed. In treating old
running sores, or ulcers,.it is well to in
sure their healing to apply to them Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve: If your drug
.gist don't happen to have this Salve in
stock, send' fifty-four cents in postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Picrcor-Tnvalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute. Buffalo. N. Y.. and
a large oox of the "All-Healing Salve"
will reach you by return post.
. Yon can't afford to a-copt a secret nos
trum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic,
medicine OF K>OWN COMPOSITION, not
even, though ' the urgent dealer may
thereby make a little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and invigorate stoiqach, Myer and bowels, i
Sugar-coated, ?07 gr?nales, easy to take 1
MRS. GEORGE WALTERS
Cs healthy a child as can be found an y whore.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
is a blessing to all expectant mothers."
Mrs, Elva Barber Edwards, of
Cathlamet, Wash., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkhain :
"I want to tell you how Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound carried me
through the critical period of thc Chango of
Life without any trouble whatever, also
cured me of a very sevore female treakness,
I cannot say enough in praise of what your
medicine has done for mo."
What Lydia E. Pinkhanvs Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Walters and
Mrs. Edwards it will do for other wo
men in "their condition. Every suf
fering woman in the United States
is asked to accept the following in
vitation. It is free, ?will bring you
health and may save your life,
Mrs. Pinkham's Invitation to Women.
Women suffering from any form of
female ' weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs.
Pinkham, at Lynn, Moss. From the
symptoms given, the trouble may be.
located? and the quickest and surest
way of recovery advisee*?. Out of her
vost volume of experience in treating
female ills Mrs. Pinkham probably
has tho very knowledge that will
help your case. Her advice is free
? than thirty years its long list of
kham's Vegetable Compound to
fair minded person.
irpoand Makes Sick Women Well?
. New jersey's Senatorial swap may
bc ?Ir-scribed as a change without any
improvement. But. any reform is us
ually for a little while followed by
a worse state of things.-Pittsburg
If you live in Virginia, North or.
South Caroliua, aud are unable to
obtain Argo Red Salmon from your
dealer, send money order for two
dollars ($2.) to-day, to the advertis
ing department of Alaska Pack
ers' Association, Richmond, Va., or
Atlanta, Ga., and we "will deliver to
your nearest railroad depot, freight
prepaid, a box containing one dozen
cans of Argo Red Salmon, ' a can
opener, and a cook book, with beauti
ful colored illustrations, giving thir
ty-nine different recipes for preparing
the delicious, nutritious and appetiz
ing Argo Red Salmon. Get your
money order lo-day, "To-morrow
With- the Wits.
~ " Yon say you were in the saloon at
the time of: the assault referred "to in
the complaint ?" questioned the law
<rI was, sor,', replied the witness.
"Did you take cognizance of the
bar-keeper at the. time?"
"I don,t know what he ' called it,
sor, but I took what the rest did.,'
. i - ?: -S >'.
A local wit says that he know3
some people who could do you a fav
or and make you feel meaner than
?orne others when they turned you
c'own.-Giles County Record.
Little Girl-"Please let mother
have a love-story book."
Librarian-"Yhy doesn't she come
: Little Girl-"She can't; father and
'er's been fighting, and she got two
black eyes!"-Ally Sloper.
While calling on a Carl Junction
girl the other. night a young man
seated himself at the-organ and ask
ed: "Are you musical?" Oh, yes,"
she answered, "hut if you wish to
play anything don't mind my feel
ings in the least."-Kansas City
The days are getting longer, and
pay "day further apart.-Boston Globe
A thousand Pennsylvanians want to
be Colonels on the Governor's staff.
But any deferential negro can make
a mau Colonel.-Atlanta Journal.
The wintry powers are going to
work in a way which indicates a pre
emption that only six weeks or so is
left in which to rescue the season
from the slushy character of a mild
Candidates for congress might pos
sess their souls with patience % until
Judge Hull has taken the oath of of
Only the chosen few can coin their
credulity into hard cash.-Dallas
News. So. 8-'07.
DREADED TO EAT
A Quaker Couple's Experience.
How many persons dread to eat
their meals, although actually hun
gry nearly all the time!
- Nature never Intended this should
be so, for we ar? given a thing called
appetite that should guide us as to
what the system needs at any time
and can digest.
But we get in a hurry, swallow our
food very much as we shovel coal
into the furnace, and our sense of
appetite becomes unnatural and per
verted. Then we eat the wrong kind
of food or eat too much, and there
you are-indigestion and Its accom
A Ph ll a. lady said the ether day:
"My husband and I have been siok
and nervous for 16 or 20 years from
drinking coffee '?- feverish, indiges
tion, totally unfit, a good part of the
time, for work or pleasure. Wo act
ually dreaded to eat our meals.
"We tried doctors and patent med
icines that counted up into hundreds
of dollars, with little If any benefit.
"Accidentally, a small package of
Postum came Into my-hands. I made
3ome according to directions, with
surprising results. We both liked it
and have not used any coffee since.
'""The dull feeling after meals has
loft us and we feel better every way.
We are so well satisfied with Postum
that we recommend lt to our friends
who have been made sick and nervous
and miserable by coffee." Name giv
en by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Read the" little book, "The Road to
'.Vellvllle," In pkgB. "There's a Rea
What Was Done by the Legislature
During the Session That Ended
The legislature of South Carolina
closed its session and adjourned sine
die on Saturday evening. It had
been a busy, but rather harmonious
body, and the tired members ere glad
to get away.
The Carey-Cothran bill was signed
by the governor at 1:41 . Sunday
morning and this most important
piece of legislation was closed and by
the terms of the bill the entire State
was put under absolute prohibition
until the proper steps can be taken
to put the new law granting counties
the right to have dispensaries into
Through an official advertisement
Governor Ansel has ordered every
dispensary in the State closed at
once, and, under the order, they are
to remain closed until the new county
boards of control are appointed and
commissioned. This order waa issued
Saturday night by the Governor.
There will be prohibited in South
Carolina until the new plan of con
trolling the whiskey traffic is in oper
ation. This may take several weeks,
though in some counties it will not
take very long. In Orangeburg
county, for instance, the new county
board has already been selected and
recommended to the Governor, and as
soon as he issues the commissions the
board can take charge. If the new
administration decides to purchase
the stocks of present dispensaries, the
dispensaries can be reopened with
' very little delay. It is possible that in
some counties the present boards and
present dispensers may all be reap
pointed but in others there, will be
The Carey-Cothran bill is now in
full force and effect, and it legislates
out of office every dispensary official,
no matter what may be his position,
high or low. From the board of di
rectors and commisioners of the State
dispensary down to'county dispensary
clerks and bottle washers, they are all
out of office. There 200 or 300
persons thus thrown out of positions,
and a large number of these hold
positions, in the big wholesale dis
pensary in Columbia. Some of the
county dispensers and their clerks,
may retain iheir position under the
new law, but their jobs in the State
dispensary are gone.
In the positive column of legisla
tion perhaps the Frost bill, .to inves
tigate the railroads- through an inter
session commission of six members of
the General Assembly, should rank
next to the dispensary legislation.
This commission is intended to work
out the Charleston problem first, but
its powers are great and it may take
up inter-State.and intra-State rates,
schedules, equipment^ freight, delays
and many other matters vitally af
fecting tho people of the State.
Also a far-reaching effect will be
the act outlawing dealing in futures
in this State. This is the Georgia law
on the subject and not only does
away with bucketshops but forbids
buying or selling except iu a legiti
mate way. . In this the House had its
way, having substituted its bill for
the Sanders bill passed in the, Senate.
Yet another very important act
passed was the Johnson pure, food
act, which prevents the sale or.manu
facturo of misbranded or deleterious
on, poisonous drugs or. foods.
Ol still more importance is- the new
.act limiting the hours of labor in
the cotton mills and other factories
to 62 ? week, beginning next July,
and 60 hou.sa week after next Jan.
uary 1, with the proviso that 60
hours lost time may be made up in
the course of a --ear. A companion
act is that amending the child labor
act so as to forbid women and child
ren under 14 working after night.
The act looking to the establish
ment of high schools throughout the
State is of special imnortance to the
rural districts. It is limited to towns
of 1,000 population or. less. It pro
vides for a special levy, not exceed
ing two mills in any school district
desiring such a high school, and car
ries an aopropriation of $50,000 foi
aid through a State high school hoard
to poorer districts.
The present Legislature made ap-,
propriation totalling nearly a million
and a half, about $200,000 more than
can be raised by the reduced levy
combined with the other sources of
income, in spite of the fact that the
tax values have increased $25,000.
It increased the pension appropia
tion to $250,000, hut refused to make
any other changes as to pensions, the
House itself killing the bill to appro
priate $15,000 for artificial limbs for
veterans.. It voted $2,500 for the
veterans' reunion^ but Senator Brooks
bill to establish a veterans' infirma
ry was again killed.
This legislature was particularly
liberal to the colleges, which escaped
this year without any attacks. Win
throp gets $20,000 to add to a dona
tion of $25,000 for a*practical school,
which will have the effect of making
room for about 250 more ?iris, Pres
ident Johnson says. '
It decided, however, that it would
not help the newly established indus
trial school for bo-Ts at Florence, the
$65,000 for buildings. It lokoed too
much like another * '.. State institu
tion budding into existence. The en
terprise seems stranded with a $20,
000 site on hand. This is the pet of
the Federation of "Women's clubs.
Some Bills That Were Passed.
Among the other acts of general
'application and interest have been the
Providing a penaltv tor the suspi
cious possession of safe-crocking
tools or paraphernalia of any kind.
Regula ting tho gathering anJ mar
keting of oysters and other shel!
To provide for insuring publif
buildings partially in old linc
Creating a State house and ground:
ccmrriissioh with an appropriation ol
$15.000 to enclose the grounds wit!
a $10,000 retaining wall'and beautify
the ?>i minds.
To (.cihpel police court tirol's lo an
Appropriating $10,000 for a monu
ment to Calhoun at Washington.
Providing for a commission to erect
a monument to Geucral Sumter at
To ratify the coun?titutional
amendment regarding municipal
To cede to the Federal <-overnment
jurisdiction over lands in Georgetown
...eaufort, Charleston, Aiken and An
Authorizing ci'.ies and towns to
furnish water and electiic current to
persons and firms outside of the cor
Giving, magistrates : .-. jurisdiction
over gambling cases.
To extend the authority , of the rail
road commission : as' . -to . depots ' at
other than junctional ;pomts.
Making it a misdemeanor to leave
an animal dead or maimed.pn^a street
after three hours' notice.^/;-'_ '
Authorizing chairmen - of boards . of
township commissioners V:to_ .adminis
ter oaths in the course of duty.
Providing for the time;.county of
ficers terms shall begin.
STATE DISPENSARY DIES
The Vote in the Senate. Ratifies the
Action of the House. The Amend
ments Are Not Such That They
Will Cause Any Disagreement Be
tweent the Two Branches of the
General Assembly. .
On the motion to pass the Carey
Cothran bill to third reading the vote
in the senate was as follows:
Yeas-Appelt, Bates,-Bivins, Brice,
Brooks, Carlisle, Carpenter," Crouch,
Sullivan, Talbert, Toole, Williams.
Noys-Black, . Biease, . . Clifton,
Earle, Efird, Hough, Johnson, Kelly,
Laney, Raysor, Stackhouse, Walker,
Wells, Weston.-Total 15:.;.
Senator Christensen was pared
with Senator Griffin. If Senator
Griffin had been pr?sent ?e would
have voted "nay'"' and Senator
Christensen would hav? .voted "yea."
Senator McKeithan was paired, with
Senator Townsend. Had 'Mr. Town
send been present he would have vot
ed "nay" and Senator McKeithan
would have voted "yea."
Senator Bass, who has been ill at
his' home ia Williamsburg, was not -
present. Had he been present he
would have voted "aye."
Tho real strength cf . the senate,
counting the paire and absentees,
would have been aye 24, nay 17, a
majority of seven against the State
The two houses have now passed,
the bill. The following is the- correct
vote in the house or representatives,
there haviufc been an error ih the for
merly punished list with reference
tc the names of Dr. Miller and Mess.
^Batiks oui Vvimberiy:
Those who voted for thg Carey
Cothran bili are: Speaker Whaley,
Mess. Arnold, Aull, Ballentine, Banks
Bcaltiey A. G. Brice, Biyan, Carey
Carrigan, Clary, Cliuksc-ales, Cos
groves, . Cothran, Courtney, Cox,
Croft, DeVore, Doar, J. B. Dodd, J.
H. Dodd, Dowling, Fraser, Frost,
Cause, J. P. Gibson, W. J. Gibson,
Greer, Hall, Harley Harman, Ham
sun, Hemphill, Johstone, Kellahan,
Kershaw, Lawson, Legare, McArthxr,
MeKeown* McMaster, Mann, Mar
shall, Miller, Morrell, Nash, Nesbitt,
Nichols, Nicolson, -Niver, Parker,pat
terson, Reaves, Richardson, Rucker,
Saye, Scarborough, Sellers, Shipp,
Kurtz, P. Smith, Spiver, Thomas,
Todd, . Vanderhorst, Verner, Von
Kolnitz, Wade, Walker, Wallace,
White, Wiggins, . Wimber?y, You-.
Those who voted against it are :
Messrs. Ayer, -Bailey, Bethune,' Brat
ley, T. S. Brice, Cannon, Carson, C?r
wile, Culler, Derham,. Dick, .Dingle,
Dixon,1. Douglass, Epps, Epting, Gar
r?s,-Gary, Gl?sscockj Goodwill, Gyles,
Harris,- Hinton, Hughes, Hydride,
loties; ' Kirv?n, Lane, Lester, . Leitner,
Little, McColt, Miley,. Richards, Rob
inson, Sawyer,' Scraggy, Sharpe,
.Slaughter, D. L- Smith j-J. E. Smith,
Stillwell, Stubbs, Tatum, Tompkins,
Wingard, Woods, Wyche, Yeldell.
By a vote of 21 to 15, a majority
of 7, the South Carolina senate Sat
urday passed' the Carey-Cothran
'local option bill, which carries with it
the abolishment of the State dispen
sary system. There was no speech
making, no words against the meas
ure from the friends of the present
system. Amendments were present-.,
ed and adopted with scarcely a word
being spoken on either side.
After the regular order of business
had. been dispensed with, such as
reading new bills, reports of commit
tees, etc., Senator Otts, who has con
ducted the fight on the floor of the.
senate for the local option forces,
called for the special order, the Ca
rey-Cothran bill. A number of addi
tional amendments were offered, all
save one, which was introduced by
Senator Rogers, being adopted. No
objection was made to any other
amendment presented except, one of
fered by Senator Earle providing for
the use of request blanks. - After
some discussion this was adopted.
No 2 1-2 Cent Fares.
There will be no 2 1-2 cent railroad
fare in South Carolina for a year at
least. The Toole bill seeking that
ehange met its death in the Senate
by a vote of 25 to 14. The House
had passed such a hill by a large ma
jority. The senate did not reach a
vole' on sending the Carey-Cothran
bill hack to thc House with amend
ments, there being some confusion
about some of the amendments.
Bills Which Have Been on the Cal
endar For Years Given Favorable
Action This Session.
Necessarily the" most important
thing done in the senate the past
week was the passage of the Carey
Cothrna local option bill hut a great
many other measures of more or less
importance to the people of the Sta'te
came up for consideration and were
debated and acted upon.
Among the general bills killed last
Ravsor's disnensarv purification
Carlisle's: marrieage license bill.
Mauldin's. bill to requre plaintiffs
to give bond for costs in,certain cases.
Mauldin's bill to repeal the in
come tax law .
Efird's resolution to relieve certain
State treasurers from liability on
their bonds for certain stolen bonds.
The Bucket Shop Bill.
The anti-bucket shop bill introduc
ed in the house by Mr., J. P. Gibson
leeeived a second reading Saturday.
This same hill was. introduced orig
inally in the senate, but was killed
and the bill along: the same lines in
troduced by. Senator Carlisle was ad
opted. It is expected that the Gib
son bill will pass third reading, with
amendments. If is modelled after
tho Georgia law.
Senator Earle's, bill providing for
the inspection:of illuminating oils re
ceived second reading Saturday and
will doubtless pass tl?rd reading and
be sent to the .house^soon. This is a
most important measure--and i*8 aim
sui to prevent tho Standard. Oil com
jjaar from dumping Upon, the people
uf this ?Stete infenof; |?vo)iiiet
this competitive age anr.
possessor in the front ra
A vast fund of personal Ic
highest excellence in any field c
A Knowledge of Fo
edge of Products are all i
when a true and wholesome re
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, i
ethical product which has met1
gives universal satisfaction, beca
Known Quality, Kn
Parts and has won the valual
world, who know of their own r.
and best of family laxatives, for
This valuable remedy ha
under the name of-Syrup cf
wide acceptance as the most e
laxative principles, obtained fror
and the Well Informed 1
adopted the more elaboi
Elixir of Senna-as
but doubtless it wil
name of-Syrup <
name of th
?olor more goods brighter and faster colors than any <
dye any garment without ripping apart. Write tor
It is base to speak vain words.
BABY TORTURED BY ITCHING.
Hash Covered Face and Feet-.Would
Cry Until Tired Out-Speedy
Cure by Cuticura.
"My baby iras about nine months old
when she had rash on her face and feet.
Her feet seemed to irritate her most, es
pecially nights. They would cause her to
be broken of her re9t, and sometimes she
would cry until she was tired out. I had
always used Cuticura Soap myself, and had
heard of so many cures by the Cuticura
Remedies that 1 thought 1 would give
tlrem a trial. The improvement was no
ticeable in a few hours, and before ! had
used one box of the Cuticura Ointment her
. feet were well and have never troubled her
since.. I also used it to remove what is
known, as 'cradle cap' from her head, and
it worked like a charm, as it cleansed and
healed the scalp at the same time. Now
I keep Cuticura Ointment on hand in case,
of any little rash or insect bites, as it
takes out th; inflammation at once. Per
haps this may be the means of "helping
other suffering babies. Mrs.' Hattie Cur
rier, Thomaston, Me., June 9, 1906."
Unity ' is
a precious diamond.
Read the Experience of a Minnesota
Woman and Take Heart.
If your back aches, and you feel
sick, languid, weak and miserable
day after day-don't
worry. Doan's Kid
ney Pills have cured
thousands of women
in the same condition.
Mrs. A. Heiman, of
says: "But for Doan's
Kidney Pills I would
not he living now.
They cured me in
1899 and I've been
well since. I used to have such pain
In my back that once I fainted. The
kidney secretions were much disor
dered, and I was so far gone that I
was thought to be at death's door.
Since Doan's Kidney Pills cured me I
feel as if I had been pulled back from
Sold by.all dealers. BO cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
If the time don't suit you, suit
yourself to the time.-Dutch.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c
When the door is low one must stoop
r\an!SiS. EvT?jSd f? fi" or'pr* for TOT Celebrated
CAMUAGk PLANTS In any qMulltr tlosired.
EA ULY JERSEY WAKEFIELD-Eovliust and host
euro header. 9mall type.
CHARLESTON WAKEFIELD-Abootten .loy* later
tuan harli- Jcrae/a. alio a nure header of Hau ?lzo.
Pricoi t. o. b. hare, p
500 Tor 91.00. 1,000 to 5,000 at 81.50 pi
Special price? on lar?er qnantitioi. All ordere ?liipp
CHAS. m. GIBSON
Sill ni^ht lon$ 1
kills the pain
nerves exnd ii
; is the winning factor in the culminating cc
I when of ample character it places its 1
II Informed of the World.
nowledge is really essential to the achievemei
if human effort. ,
rms, Knowledge of Functions and i
of the utmost value and in questions of life ar;
medy is desired it should be remembered th?
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup C
with the approval of the most eminent physic
use it is a remedy of
own Excellence and Known Com
ole patronage of millions of the Well Informe
lersonal knowledge and from actual use that it i
which no extravagant or unreasonable claims a
is been long and favorably known
Figs-and has attained to world
xcellent family laxative. As its pure
n Senna, are well known to physicians
of the world to be the best we have
ate name of-Syrup of Figs and
more fully descriptive bf the remedy,
I always be called for by the shorter
of Figs-and to get its beneficial
ays note, when purchasing the full
,e Company-California Fig Syrup
ited on the front of every package,
Aether you call for-Syrup of Figs
- or by the full name-Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna.
.AN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LON DON, ENG LAND.
nhev^yc. Ono 10c. package colo? all flbors. They dye I
free booties-How to Dye, ?leacb. and 2Ux Colors. ALU
jrokee ?Remedy of Sweet Qui
ighs, Colds, LaGrippe g gT?
The worst clothed go windward.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens thegums.reducesinflainma
tion, allays pain cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
Who doubts errs not.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford'B
Sanitary Lotion; never fails. Sold by Dnig
?ists. Mail orders promptlv filled bv Dr.
Dreams are forth.
FITS, St. Vitus'Dance :Nervous Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. S3 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld.,031 Arch St., Phila., Fa.
Only One "Bromo Qninlne"
That is Laxative 13romp Quinine. Similar
ly named remedies sonielimesdeceive. The
brat and original Cold Tablet is a White
Package, with black and red lettering, and
bears the signature ot E^W. Grove. 25c.
The Uppermost Stand
ard of Highest Quality
Impacted by the United States Government
To convince any "
woman that Pax
tine Antiseptic will
improve lier health
and do all we claim
for lt. We will
send her absolutely free a large trial
box of Paxtlne with book of ?nstruc
g. tions and genuine testimonials. Scud
your name and address on a postal card.
fections, such as nasal catarrh, pelvic
catarrh and inflammation caused by femi
nine ills ; sore eyes, sore throat and
, mouth, by direct local treatment. Its cur
ative power over these troubles is extra
ordinary and gives immediate relic:'.
Thousands of women are using and rec
ommending lt every day. 00 cents a,t
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TEY IT.
LTHE lt. PAXTON CO., l?oston, Iklasi). M
LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES
SAWS AND SUPPLIES, STEAM AND
Try LOMBARD, A?g?8TA'
StJCOESSlON-Best known imrc heading Tiirtety of
liirue flat cabbage, lator than Charleston Wakefield.
These plant? are from tho very bout totted seeiU and
Brown in thc open air and trill stand severe cold with
out injury. All orders are filled from the same beds
th nt, I ?in uti nu for my extensive cabbage farms. Sat
isfaction guarno teod.
ucko.t In light boxes:
sr X. 5,00.-) to 10,090 ?t SI.35 per M.
11 0. 0. D. when not accompanied by roov'tanee.
I, Young's island, S. C.
it of the
!o., is an
3 the first
In cold water better toon any other dye. Voa caa
N HOE DHL ti CU., Lniouville, Missouri
m and Mullein SSff,?fS
and Lung Troubles. Thoron ghly teated
, All Druggist*. 25c, 60c uud ?1.0O
and a i;
growing bank a
if you plant, fertilize a nc.
The most important thing is t
days before seeding, a'plant food
pounds of high grade }
per acre on fewer acres. If you
cotton will.be waist high by the tire
sive culture" neighbors are hoeing <
time. Then too they may havt
fertilizer. Insist upon having
Ask your dealer for a copy of oui
almanac, or write as for one-it is
Atlanta. Ca. '
In fact, tobacco requires more
than any other cultivated plant
A complete fertilizer containh
less than 9 per cent of Potash
form of Sulphate should be used.
Valuable books on the culti
growth and fertilization of tobac
be sent free to all interested f
They give the results of sclent!
GERMAN KALI WORKS
New York-93 Nassau Street, or
Atlanta. Qa.-1224 Candler Bni
and all kinds of garden plants
plants, grown in the ope n air
seeds i>r the mos: reliable se
our thousand acre inicie farm
packed. Celery ready last of C
time or earlier. Reduced expi
?will give us 00 per cent lest tb
$1.50 per thousand large lott
fetts.S. (;. Arlington White ?
, u. b. Meggettx, S. C. 1 he
ms established an Expel Intentai biatlon on our rn
itally Cabbages, 'the remits of these experimonti
Yours respectfully ii. J
tors and medicines withou
found, in Wine of Cardui, a
. ills, and vcan recommend it
Cardui furnishes safe re
periodical pains, irregular,
menial flow, and all ailmer
suffer. A perfect tonic foi
vegetable medicine for girls
to the complaints peculiar :
over a million who used to.:
At every drug store, ia
WRITE US A LETTER
describing fully all your .syxptoms
and we will send you Free Advice
In plain sealed envelope. Ladies'
Advisory Dep:" The Cliattflnooja
.Medicino Co,, QMUanttgA, Tenn,
?? rr ff*-timi ? mmm 1 n ? m
For Baby's First Bath i
Because of Mts delia
emollient, sanative, ai
septic properties deri'
from Cuticura, united v
the purest of saponac?
ingredients and most
freshing of flower odo
Cuticura Soap is all .that
fondest of fond mothers
and purifying the skin,scj
hair and hands of infants;
Iutely pure and may be ul
from the hour of birth.
T)<"Mta: London. 27 Cfcarterbooeo Sn.:
Rue de la Paix: Pottor Dru* Sc Chem. Corp..
. P. 8. A.. Sola Propa. ca-poatrtrec. Cuticura
AKTIEICIAli Ll.lIB? FttE?-Cr!pp
ref ero ice i a i c ) hoMitf will DO Riven j
. II.cir own town by wbicii t'ny cm oir.i t
giuOlirab; mad] spec'all yt? order the.r. n
, merits; guaranteed. Coat YOU absoluto:v no
Address W1XDSOK, 1*0 YVamlngtoaSc, Chi.
?ld to prosperity, 1
rge, constantly S : ;
Xount awaits you ''"JV" ?BB
cultivate your crop with systemv
o apply to your soil, about ten .
in the shape of 400 to 1000 J
? Fertilizers jj!
follow this advice, your ffigSi
ie many of your "exten- ^?r|pl
>ver their crop thefirst'?Hg? I i
: used a poor grade-jBg | j
r handsome new - 1 j
mts, CELERY Plants
;. Can now furnish alt kinds of cabbage
and will stand greet cold, timwn fr.>m
.edsmeu. We use the same planteo
. Plhtits carefully counted and jiruperly
)ec. Lettuce, Onion and Beet plan IF. sanie
?ots rates proinfeed.whH-b.when effective
an merchandise rates. Prices: Small lots
IM to $1.25 per thousand, K. O. B. Meg
pine Cucumber Seed cu cents ter poumi.
united State? Agricultural Department
rms, to test all kinds of wgetatiles.cspe
? we will be pleaned to give vnu nt.-mr Kmc.
H. Iii.ITCH COM PAX Y. H?GG?TTS, S. <
I -take Cardui"? writes Mrs.:
mma Mullins of Odessa, W* ',
"Because, after suffering^
several years with female .
ble, and trying different doc
t obtaining relief, I at last
. golden medicine for all my -
above all others for female"
?lief for backache, headache,
painful or unhealthy cata- I
its from which sick women;-'
* delicate women. A pure
and women who are subject
to their sex. Has benefited
suffer as you do.