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YET MUST WORM
"Man may work from sun to sm
but woman's work is never dose,"
In larder to keep the home neal
and pretty, the children well dress?e
and tidy, women overdo and ofter
Buffer in silence, drifting along fron:
bad td worse, knowing well thal
they ought to have help to overcon?
the pains and- aches which daih
make life ? burden.
It is to these women that Lydii
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made from na ti VP roots and herbs
comes as a blessing-. When the sp ir
its are depressed, the head and bael
aches, there are dragging--down pa
reluctance to go anywhere, these
heeded, are soon followed by the w<
Lydia E. Pinkham's1
keeps the-feminine organism ina st
Inflammation, Ulceration, displace
preparing for child-birth and to car
of Life it is most efficient.
Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East E
ham:-"For a long tim? I suffered f
of aches and pains in the lower pa
sleep and had no appetite. Since U
Compound and following the advice
new- woman and I cannot praise y<
Mrs. Pinkham's In
Women suffering from any form
write Mrs -Pinkham, at Lynn, Mas
perience she probably has the ve:
case. He : advice is free and always
Who builds on thc mob builds on
the sand-Italian. So. 10-07.
Piles Cored in 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
ease of I teni n g. Blina, Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in 8 to 1* days or money refunded. 50a'
Misfortunes to which we are used
affect us less severely.-Juvenal.
During Lent there is, nothing more
delicious than Argo Red Salmon.
There are so many different ways of
preparing lt, and it appeals to both
the eye and the appetite. .
As are the times, so are. the man
Garfield Tea, nature's rewedy for a tor
pid, inactive or disordered liver; for con-1
st'pation, ajck-headpche, indigestion.
There 'sr always work for workers.
Only One "Bromo Quinine"
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Similar
ly named remedies sometimes deceive. The
firsthand original Cold .Tablet is a White
Package, with black and red lettering, ?nd
bears the signature ot E. W. Prove. 25o.
Gifts break rocks. Ti; ,
- ' ?o recover quickly xrom bilious attucks,
sic.c-headache, indigestion, or colds, take
Garfield Tea, the mild laxative. Guaran
teed under the Pure Pood and Drugs law."
Sympathy is the solace of the poor.
If you have not received the Argo
Red Salmon Cook Book ask your gro
cer .. or send a n'qstal card to the
Alaska- Packers' Association, Rich
? moud, ^^ advertising department.
^TjfUse cari almost change the stamp
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
Two . watermelons cannot be held
under one arm.-Turkish
Catarrh Cannot Be Cared
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh ia a blood or constitutional disease,
.nd in order to cure it you must take inter
nal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acta directly on the blood j
and mucous surfaces. Hali Catarrh Cure
is not a -quack medicine.; It was prescribed
by one ot the best physicians in this coun
try for yea ra and is a regular prescription.
It is composed, of the best tonics known-,
combined with the best blood purifiers, act
ing directly on the mucous surfaces, 'the
perfect combination of the two ingredients
ia what produces RU ch wonderful results in
curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. t?HEKEY & Coi, Props., Toled<v"0.
Sold by Druggets; price 75c. ?
. Take Hairs Family Pills for-t:iTn*iiHnT
Take heed of an gytJtfag*^ ,
ass behind, _an<y?^^r an
-?^*?W^*nuv(-' ou a" sides.
'"" dHILDREN TORTURED.
Girl Had Running Sores From Ecze
ma-Boy Tortured by Poison Oak
-Both.Cured by Cuticura.
"Last year, after having my little girl
treated by a very prominent physician for
an obstinate case of eczema, I resorted to
the Cuticura Remedies,* and waa so well
pleased with the almost instantaneous re
lief-afforded that we discarded the phy
sician's prescription and relied entirely on
the Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment ?nd
Cuticura Pills. When Ave commenced with
the Cuticura Remedies her feet and limbs
were covered with .tinning sores. In about
eil weeks we had her completely well, and
there has been no recurrence of th?
"In 'July of this year a little boy in our
family poisoned his hands and arms with
poison oak, and in twenty-four hours his
hands and arms were a mass of torturing
seres. We used only the Cuticura Rem
?dies, washing his Bands and anns with
the Cuticura Soap, and anointing them
with, the Cuticura Ointment, and then
gave him the Cuticura Resolvent, in
about three weeks his hands and anns
healed up. So-we have lot? of cause for
feeling grateful for. the Cuticura Remedies.
We find that the Cuticura Remedies are
. valuable-household standby, living as we
. 'do twelve miles from a doctor. Mrs. Lizzie
Vincent Thomas, Fairmount, Walden's
Ridge/Tenn., Oct. 13, .1905/'
One man is not bad because an
other is good.-Danish.
A Most Valuable Agent.
The glycerine employed in Dr. Pierce's
medicines greatly enhances the medicinal
properties which it extracts from native
medicinal roots- and holds in solution
much better than alcohol would.. It also
possesses medicinal properties of Its own,
being a valuable demulcent, nutritive,
antiseptic and antiferment. ? It adds
greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry
bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root, Stone
root and Queen's root, contained in
"Golden Medical Discovery "in subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial,
throat and lung affections, for all bf which
these agents are recommended by stand
ard medical authorities.
In all ca?es where there Is a wasting
away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak
stomadh, as In the early stages-of .con
sumprmn, there can be no doubt that gly
cerine/acts as a valuable nutritive and
aids ?ne Golden Seal root. Stone root,:
Queefts robt and Black Cherrybark in
Sromowng Digestion and building up the
esh arartsirength, controlling, tho cough
and brining about a healthy condition
of the while system. Of course, it must
not be e/dected to work miracles. It will
not cure tfonsumption except In its earlier
stages. ?It - will cur?? ww .sgv<?r?. obsti
nate. hang-On chrpmc. coughs, bjon?T????l
ajQllffVngeal trqifSh^JLTld .CJ'ronje son;
tliratyt wirp Hoarseness. In acute cough?
Ii ls not so eirective: iris In the lingering j
hang-on coughs, dr those of long standing, '
even when accompanied hy bleeding from
lungs; that lt luis performed its most
.-Prof.-Flnley Elllngwood, M. D., of Ben
nett Med. College, Chicago, says of gly
" In dyspepsi alt serves an pxcellent purpose.
Holdlnc a fixed" fiunntlty of the peroxide of
hydrogen in solution, lt ls one of thc best
manufactured products of the present time in
its action upon enfeebled, disordered stom
achs, especially if there Is ulceration or ca
tarrhs! gastritis (cataxrhnl Inflammation of
stomach), it Is a most efficient preparation.
Glycerine will relieve many cases of pyrosis
(heartburn) and ^excessive gastric (stomach)
"Golden Medical Discovery" enriches and
purifies tho blood curing blotches, pimples,.
eruptions, se'ref ul yu s wellings and cid sores,
Send to Dr. R. Y. Pierce. cfJ?uffulc. N. Y.-,
tor free booklet^l??TgT?r-?DouF'lhe nativa,
medicinal jm^Teoiaposmg ibis ^nderfu
JSiSdic?ier^Tlif?ro i? no alcohol lu -
? MRS. AUG. LYON
ina, nervousness, sleeplessness, and
i axe orly symptoms which unless
5rs t forms of Female Complaints.
ron g and healthy condition. It cures
?ments, and organic troubles. ; In
ry women safely through the Change
arl, Pa., writes:- Dear Mrs. Pink
rom female troubles and had all kinds
rt of back and sides, I could not
iking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
r which -you gave me I feel like a
mr medicine too highly.".
ivitation to Women
of female weakness are invited to
s. ;.Qut of her rast volume of ex
ry knowledge that will help your
A. man accused in a London court
of bigamy was referred to by one of
the witnesses a? "my son-in-law by
my first wife."
A Woman Who Has Suffered Tells
dow to Find Relief.
The thousands of women who suffer
back?ohe, languor, urinary disorders
and other kidney
ills, will find com
fort -in the words of
Mrs. Jane Farrell, of
606 Ocean Ave., Jer
sey City, N.' J., who
says: "I reiterate
all I have said be
fore In " praise of
Doan's Kidney Pills.
I had been having
heavy backaches, and my general
health was affected when I began us
ing them. My feet were swollen, my
eyes puffed, and dizzy spells were fre
quent. Kidney action was irregular
and the secretions highly colored.
To-day, however, I am a well woman,
and I am co ii Ade nt that Doan's Kid
ney Pills have made me BO, and are
keeping me well."
Sold by all dealers.' 50 cents a box.
FoBter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
What is the price that the soul must
To wear a.crown in the fevered race?
What must I barter or give away
That I may mount to a cheri?hed
The road is long, and the fight is
So what, 0 world, is the battle son?
What is the cost to the soul, 0
If I should scale to the dizzy crest,
And there with the flag to success un
.Find them a bubble, the Fame and
What is the price if I should win,
And the soul be marked with the
stain of sin ?
What of the lustre, 0 World, of gold
WhenJSleep comes down to'the tired
What will it matter, when all is done,
Whether the race be lost or won?
Give me the battle, 0 World of fight,
And the crowns ye have-they may
But give me the'blood, the strength
To keep from faltering on the . way.
All I ask when th? twilight slips,
Ts the crown of love-your arms and
MORE BOXES OF GOLD
And Many Greenbacks. '?.
326 boxes ot Gold and Greenbacks
will be sent to persons who write the
most interesting and truthful letters
of experience on the following topics:
. 1. How have you been affected by
coffee drinking and by changing from
coffee to PoBtum.
2. Give name and account of one
or more coffee drinkers who have
been hurt by it and have been in
duced: to quit and use Postum.
3. Do you know any one who has
been driven away from Pbstum .bo
cause it came to the table weak and
characterless at the first trial?
. . 4. Did you set such a person right
regarding the easy way to make it
clear, black, and with a snappy, rich
5. Have you ever found a better
way to make lt than to use four heap
ing teaspoonfuls, to the pint, of water,
let stand on stove until'real bolling
begins, and beginning at that time
when actual boiling starts, boil full
15 minutes more to extract the flavor
and food value. (A piece of butter
the size nf a pea will prevant boiling
over.) This contest 1? confined to
those who have used Postum prior to
the date of this advertisement.
'- Be honest and truthful; don't write
poetry or flanciful letters, just plain,
Contest will olese June 1st, 1907,
and ho letters received after that date
will be admitted. Examinations of
letters will be made by, three judges,
not members of the Postum Cereal
Co., Ltd. Their decisions will be fair
and final, and a neat little box con
taining a $10 gold piece sent to each
of the five writers of the most Int?r
estlng letters, a box containing a $5
gold piece to each of the 20 next best,
a %2 greenback to each of the 10?
next best, and a Si greenback to each
of the 200 next best, making ensh
prizes ^distributed "to 325.. persons.
Every friend ot Postum is urged to
"write and each ??'tter will bo held in
high esteem by the company, as an
'evidence of such friendship, while the
little boxes of gold and .envelopes of.
'money will, reach- many modest
.writers whose plain and sensible let
ters contain the. facts desired, al
though the, sender may have but.
small faith in winning at the time of
r,Talk this subject over with your
friends and see how many among you
can "win prizes. It ls a good, honest
competition and In the best kind of
a cause, and costs the competitors ab
' Address your letter to the Postum
Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.,
writing youl- own nama and address
TAX LEVY BY COUNTIES
In Several Counties Special Provis
ion Made on Account of Change In
Below is published the principal
details of the annual supply bill
passed by the 1907 general assembly.
Being iu the main a mass of figures,
the average reader will be inclined to
study alone the figures relating to
the levy in his particular county, yet
a careful study of the entire meas
ure, particularly of the special levies
made by the various counties, will
The state levy is fixed at 4 1-2
mills, 1-2 mill less than last year. To
this is added in every county
throughout 'the state the constitu
tional 3 mill school tax.
The county levy ranges from 2
mills in Charleston and Orangeburg
to ll mills in Lexington, the ex
tremely high levy in the latter coun
ty being required on account of a
large amount of interest to be paid
each year on bonds given in aid of
the Columbia, Newberry and
The following counties make spec
ial levy for good roads: Clarendon,
Cherokee, Chesterfield, Colleton,
Florence, Greenville, Kershaw,
Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartan
burg, and Union.
Union enjoys the unique and com1
mcndable distinction of being the
single county in the state which
makes a direct appropriation for its
Confederate veterans. In addition
to getting their pro rata of the $250,
000 appropriated by the state, the
veterans of Union receive the bene
fit of a levy of one fourth of one mill
on all the taxable property of that
county. Charleston likewise occu
. pies an equally unique position iii
that a tax of one-eight of one mill is
levied for the militia of that county.
The proceeds of this one-eighth mill
tax is paid to the board of officers I
of the state volunteer troops in the I
city of Charleston.
The levy, iu Richland county1 is
among the very lowest in the state.
Levy fer 1907.
By counties the levy for couti ty
purposes is as follows:
Abbeville-Ordinary 2 l mills,,
debt due sinking fund commission
1 mill, for paying interest ?nd prin
cipal on debt for new conn house J
Aiken-Ordinary 3 mills.
* Anderson-Ordinary 3 1-4 mills.
Bamberg-Ordinary 3 mills.
Barnwell-Ordinary 3 1-2 mills.
Beaufort-Ordinary 4 3-4 mills.
Berkeley-Ordinary 3 mills. A
special tax is levied on all stock
within the territory exempted from
the operation of the general stock
law, as follows: Three cents per
head on all sheep, goats and hogs
and 5 cents per head on all cows.
Clarendon-For the militia of the
county, the various local companies
of the state volunteer troops, 1-S
.mill; for other purposes 1 7-8 mills;
for support of the schools of the eily
of Charleston 1 mill, special, on all
property within the city and an ad
ditional levy of 1-2 mill on city prop
erty for school building fund.
Cherokee-Ordinary 3- mills, roiid
tax 1 mill, permanent road tax 1.
mill, sinking fund, Limestone, White,
and Morgan townships, 3-4 mill;
railroad bonds, same townships, 1-2
mill; sinking fund, Growdeysville,
Cherokee and Draytonville town
ships, 1 mill; for interest on rail
road bonds, same townships, 1 mill.
sinking fuud-1 mill.
. Chesterfield-Ordinary 3 3-4 mills,
special road tax 1 mill, interest on
railroad bonds and for sinking fund
2 1-2 mills.
Colleton-Ordinary 4 mills, road
tax 1 mill.
Darlington-1-2 mill interest on
court house, ordinary 4 mills.
Dorchester-Ordinary 4 1-4 mills,
interest on county bonds 1-2 mill.
Rinking fund 1-2 .mill. Collier's
township 2 mills for road purposes.
Edgelield-Ordinary 5 mills; the
county commissioners are authorized
to make special levy on property in
Johnston, Pine Grove. Pickens, Wise
and Show townships lo pay coupons
on valid railroad bonds. 0
Fairfield-Ordinary and past in
debtedness 4 1-4 mills, for payment
first installment on $20,000 due sink
ing fund commission 1 mill.
Florence-Ordinary 2 mills, spec
ial road tax 1 mill.
Georgetown-Ordinary 2 1-2 mills,
with which to pay principal and in
terest or loan of $10,000 from com
missioners of sinking fund, to be
used in erecting, equipping and fur
nishing annex to court house 3-4
mill, for sinking fund Winy ah Indi
go school district 2 mills.
Greenville-Ordinary 3 mills, for
convicts, roads, and bridges 1 1-2
mills, interest on railroad and past
indebtedness bonds, for payment to
commissioners sinking fund on ac
count loan 1-2 mill.
Greenwood-Ordinary 3 1-2 mills,
past, indebtedness 1 mill. Ninety-Six
township 2 3-4 mills, Cokesbury
township 2 mills, Cooper township 3
IL.mpfou-Ordinary 3 mills, past
indebtedness 1 mill.
Hurry-Ordinary 5 mills, court
house and jail bonds 1 mill, railroad
>mls in townships of Conway,
Dayboro, Green Sea. and Simpson
Greek 4 mills each.
Kershaw-Ordinary 3 1-4 mills
interest 1 3-4 mills, road tax 1 mill,
court house bonds 1-4 mill.
Lancaster-Ordinary 5 mills, in
terest on railroad bonds 1 mill, sinic
?ii?- fund 1-2 mill; Pleasant Hill
township 2 1-2 mills, Gill Creek 2 3-4
mills; Cane Creek 2 3-4 mills.
Laurens-Ordinary 3 mills, road
lax 1 mill, interest on bonds 1 1-4
mills, for expenses survey, the pro
posed county of Fairview and for ad
ditional road purposes 3-4 mill.
Lee-Ordinary 3 mills, sinking
fund 1 3-4 mills.
Lexington-Ordinary 3 1-2 milli,
interest on Columbia, Newbery and
Laurens railroad bonds 7 1-2 mills.
Marion-Ordinary 4 mills, jail
debt 3-4 mill.
Marlboro-Ordinary U 1-2 mills.
Newberry-Ordinary 3 mills.
Oconee-Ordinary, 2 mills, road
and bridges 1 mill, interest on bonds
7-1U mill, sinking fund 1-2 mill, for
bridge at Burnt Tanyard ow Little
river 1 m'U, for bridge over Coiiu
gang 1 3-4 mills, bridge over Keo
we? river near Chapman Ford 1-4
mill, for vault in court house and re
indexiug county records 1 mill.
iOrahgeourg-Ordinary 2 mills.
.?Pickens-Ordinary 4 mills, debt
1-4 mill, sinking fund 1 mill, chain
gang 1 3-4 milla, bbridp over K6o
wee river near Chaaman Ford,; 3-S
Richland-Ordinary 2 1-2 mills,
1-2 mill in Columbia township for
the payment of principal and inter
est on railroad bonds, and authority
is given to the county board of com
misioners of Richland county to
sel! the certificate of stock of Co
hn, ri i, Newbeiy and Laurens rail
|TOi being ' a certificate for 1,600
sha of the par value of $40,000,
saii; le to be mane at public .or pri
vat :1c after due notice in news
pape for the best price obtainable
and < .ie said county board of com
missioners are authorized to use the
proceeds of said sale to supplement
the fund now or hereafter on hand,
for the payment of the principal
and interest on outstanding railroad
bonds; and said county board of com
missioners are authorized to use any
surplus that may remain on hand
from the levy of the half mill tax
above referred to and from the sale
of said stock,' with authority to turn
over to the municipal authorities of
any incorporated city or town in Co
lumbia township, the pro rata share
of such city or town to he applied to
extra work upon the public high
ways within such cities or towns; an
additional tax of two mills in the
school district of the city of Colum
bia in lieu of special tax authorized
by previous legislature.
Saluda-Ordinary 6 1-4 mills, past
indebtedness 1-2 mill.
Spartanburg-Ordinary 3 1-2
mills,, ordinary road 1 mill, interest
on railroad bonds 3-4 mill, to pay
loans to state 1-4 mill, sinking: fund
1-2 mill, for buildinp; macadamized
roads 1 mill.
Sumter-Ordinary 2 3-4 mills,
sinking fund debt and interest 1 miii.
Union-Ordinary 3 1-2 mills, road
tax 1 mill, railroad bonds 1 mill,
debt 1 mill, permanent road improve
ments 1 mill, aid- Confederate vet-'
erans 1-4 mill.
Williamsburg-Ordinary. 3 1-2
York-Ordinary 4 mills, Catawba
township 2 mills, Ebenezer 1 mill,
York 3. mills, to pay interest on
bonds issued in aid of C. C. & C.
Late flTebow |
il In "Brief f :
MINOR MATTERS OF INTEREST I .
Eighteen persons were buried under
avalanches in Norwav.
- The West Virginia Senate passed
the General Appropriation bill.
Dr. Goldsmith, husband of Jenny
Lind, the famous singer, is dead.
James T. Powell; 43 years old, a
tailor, committed suicide at Peter-:
Chancellor von Buelow attacked j
the Centrists in the German Reich-,
Miss Mae Cathrine Wood has again
sued Senator Platt, this time for di
A provision adopted by the Senate
providing for the dating of meat
products. . '
Thirty-five cases of typhoid fever
are reported aboard the. battleship
President Roosevelt cordially re
ceived James Bryce, the new British ;
The anthracite coal roads show a
li defv tke Intci'state
Edward F. Dramvright .of Dan
ville, wa* found dead in his room at
a Norfolk betel. ?
It is expected that Mr. W. A. Gar
rett will be elected president of the
Seaboard Air Line.
Archabald Clavering Gunter, author
of "Mr. Barnes of Now York" and,
other novels, is dead.
Sixteen pupils and the principal
were asphyxiated by smoke in.'a,
school fire at Montreal.
Mrs. William F. Lambert, vice
president of the Citizens' National
Bank o? Alexandria, is <>ad.
A special rule was forced through
the House to compel a vote Friday
on the Ship Subsidy bill.
The jury in the Strother case at
Culpepper visited Rotherwood, where
Bywaters was shot to death.
It is likely* that ihe efiiorts to de
feat S. B. Barney Tor postmaster ?it
Norfolk will prove unavailing.
Church vessels of great historic
and intrinsic value were stolen from
the church at Tr?ves, Prussia.
A fiJver service of 58 pieces is to
be presented to the battleship Geor- <
gia by the State of the same name.
A fire in the stable of Judge Rar-1
risoii, at Winchester, caused a panic
ot a theatrical performance near by.
Confrees agreed on the River and
Harbor bill, including all the appro
priations foi Baltimore and Mary
Mrs| Evelyn Nesbit Thaw had
a much easier day on the witness
stand, and her cross-examination is
The California Legislature is ex-1
pected to pass a. bill specifically ex
cluding Japanese, from the white
Nine mpn were scalded, three fa
tally, by an explosion in the boiler
room of a French torpedo boat de
H. U. Mudge, Sr., --IC?-president D?
the Rock Island Railroad, says or
ganized labor is largely tc blame foi
The Civil Apicals bill was reported
by the confrees, and the reports on
the Fortifications and Revenue bills
were agreed to.
Seceretary of War Haldane has
submitted his plan for the organiza
tion of the Britiesh Army to the
House of Commons.
ti. H. Harriman testified before the
Interstate Commerce Commission re
garding bis"transactions in the Chica
go and Alton deal.
The Administration is delighted at
I he'ratification of the new Santo,
Domingo treaty by the Senate, which
action was taken at a special execu
A number of Republicans in the
West Virginia Legislature arc angry,
with Governor Dawson for his veto
of the bill which practically wipes j
out tax on leaseholds.
The Supreme Court decided than]
complaint of railroad discriminations';
cannot be remedied in the courts, but
must be presented t ta tbs Interstate
Commerce Commi9B?oii, i
One of the
is to leam as to theare!
ers of medicinal agents,
the uniform quality and p
known to physicians and 1
Co., by reason of its corre(
its product has attained to
is accorded to successful ar
Company has become a gus
appeal to the Well-Inform
cess and creditable standii
enjoy good health, with it:
living with all the term ir
of recreation, of enjoymen
to that end and the use of
as in many instances a sii
proper time, the Californie
truthfully the subject and
the appoval of physicians a
of the excellence of the com
ture, which is known to the
This valuable remec
Syrup of Figs-and has
family laxatives, and as il
known to physicians and
laxatives, we "have adoptee
Senna-as more fully de
called for by the shorter na
note, when purchasing, th
plainly printed on the fror
Figs-or by the full name
Elixir of Senna-is the on
Co. and the same heretofc
satisfaction to millions. '
the United States in origi
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold
Secretary of Agriculture, a
misbranded within the me;
The more talents the more they will
Argo Red Salmon ia cleaned and
packed entirely by machine, and not
touched hy the human hand. After
trying it you will use no other. At
all grocers. _ 1
One "take this" is better than ten
"you shall haves."-French.
Proof of Merit.
The proof of the merits of a plaster is
the cures it effects, and thc voluntary
testimonials of those who have used All
cock's Plasters during the past sixty years
is unimpeachable evide- :e of ^heir supen
oritv and should convince the most skep
tical. Self-praise is no recommendation,
Al I cock's are Hie original and genuine
porous plaster and have never been equiced
by those who have sought to trade upon
their reputation by making plasters Arith
holes in them. Avoid substitutes as you
would counterfeit money.
Before My Lady's Mirror.
The "Reflections" of a looking
glass should make interesting read
It is a wise shopper who knows her
"Imitation on the face of it"-the
other girl's complexion.
There are women who will die for 1
a man, but there are more who will
"A pleague on my beau's jeal
ousy!" cried the pretty shop-girl.
"Why wasn't I born plain like the
The average woman would rather
own to a "double life" than a
"double chin."-Walter Pulitzer in
the February Delineator.
To Land Him in a Week.
MONDAY-Be pretty; smile once.
TIOESDAY-Be prettier; frown at
him. WEDNESDAY-Be pensive;
sigh once. THURSDAY-Laugh at
him. FRIDAY-Confess your "re
gard" for him. SATURDAY-Be
"out." SUNDAY-Name the wed
ding day.-From the February Delin
"Yans, I was in Spain."
"And did you visit the Alhambra'
"Aw, you're mixed, Miss Glayds.
The Alhambra's in Lunnon, ye
COFFEE THRESHED HER
15 Long Years.
"For over fifteen years," writes a
patient, hopeful little Ills, woman,
"while a coffee drinker, I suffered
from Spinal Irritation and Nervous
trouble. I was treated by good phy
sicians, but did not get much relief.
"I never suspected that coffee
might be aggravating my condition.
I was down-hearted and discouraged,
but prayed daily that I might find
something to help me.
"Several years ago, while at a
friend's house, I drank a cup of Pos
tum and thought I had never tasted
anything more delicious.
"From that time on I used Postum
Inet?ad of Coffee and soon began to
improve in health, so that now I can
walk half a dozen blocks or more with
ease, and do many other things that
I never thought I would be able to do
again In this world.
"My appetite ls good, I sleep well
and find life ls worth living, Indeed.
A lady of my acquaintance said she
did not like Postum, it was so weak
"I explained to her the difference
when lt is made right-boiled accord
ing to directions. Sha '??s glad to
know this because coffee did not
agree with her. Now her folks say
they expect to use Postum the rest of
their lives." Name given by Postum
Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Read the
little book, "The Road to WeUvJUe"
In pfifgi. "There's a reason."
of Physicians and
of the World
lative standing and reliability of the leading manufactur
as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to
erfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well
the Well-informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
:t methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of
the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
id reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the
irantee of the excellence of its remedy.
RUTH AND QUALITY
ed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc
ig, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
; blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right,
nplies. With proper knowledge q? what is best each hour
t, of contemplation and of effort may be made ta contribute
medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
mple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
i Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
nd the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because
bination, known io all, and the origin!?! method of manufac
California Fig Syrup Co. only.
ly has been long and favorably known under the name of
attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent: of
:s pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
the Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural
1 the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
scriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
me of Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial effects always
e full name of the Company - California Fig Syrup Co.
it of every package, whether you simply call for-Syrup of
-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
e laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
ire known by the name - Syrup of Figs-which has given
The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
nal packages of one size only, the regular price of which
under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
.t Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
aning of the Food and Drugs Act, june 30th, 1906.
[A FIG SYRUP CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
U S. A.
New York, N. Y.
The ills peculiar to women, take different forms.
Some ladies suffer, every month, from dark rings round their eyes,
feeling. Others suffer agonies of pain, that words can hardly express.
Whatever the symptoms, remember there is one medicine that will
act on the cause of their troubles, the weakened womanly organs. N
Mrs. M. C. Austin, of .Memphis, Tenn., writes: "For five (5) year
of female disease, but after using the well-known Cardui Home Treatrr
CherokeecRemedy cf Sweet C
Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe ft
Color moro gooda brighter and faster colors than any o tho.. 4y e. One 10c. package colors all fibers. They d
aye any garment without ripping apart. Write lor free booklet-How to Dye, ?ieach and allx Colon. ?
No thoroughly occupied man was
Every lady should have a copy of
the Argo Red Salmon Cook Book. It
tells you thirty-nine different ways of
preparing Salmon. Ask your grocer
Who doubts errs not.
FITS, St. Vitus'Dance :Nervous Diseases per
manently cured hy Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. 13 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. fl. E. Kline, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa..
Itch cured in 30 minutes "by Woolfoid'a
Sanitary Lotion; never fails. Sold by Drug
gjats. Mail orders promptly filled by Dr.
E. DetchonMed.C-o.,CrawfordBville,Ind. $L
An average fertilizer for cotton
should contain 3 per cent nitro
gen, 8 per cent, phosphoric acid
and 4 per cent.
"Cotton Culture" is the title of a book of 90
pages, full of "meaty" suggestions for the cotton
grower. It discusses the proper cultivation of the
cotton plant, and gives valuable hints on fertilizing
necessary to secure the greatest yield.
It will be sent free to all interested.
GERMAN KALI WORKS
New York- 93 Nassau Street, or Atlanta, Qa.-1224 Candler Building
The Circulation Stimulated
and the Muscles and Joints
lubricated by using
Price 25c 50c $1.00
Sold by ail Deniers
Sloans Treatise On The Horse"Sent Free i
Address Dr. Earl S.SIoan,Boston,Mass.
CABBAGE Plants, CELERY Plants
and all kinds of garden plants. Can now furalab all kinda of cabbage
plants, grown In the open air and willward great cold. Grown from
seeds ol tbe moat reliable seedsmen. We use tho aame plants on
our thousand acre truck farm. Plant* carefully counted and properly
paeked. Celery ready last of Dec. Lcuuce, Onion and Beet plains, same
time or earlier. Reduced express rates promlsed.whleh.wbrn effective
will gire us BO per cent les? than merchnr.Olse rates. Prices: Small lots
$i.?0 per thousand large lot .$1.00 to $1.25 per thousand, V. O. B. Meg
cettE.S.C. Arlington White hplne Cucumber Seed 00cents per pound.
F.V. b.Mcggetus S.e. Thc united States Agricultural Department
haa established an Experimental Station on our farms, to test all kinds of vegetables, espe
cially Cabbages. The results of these oxperlmeuta we will be pleased to sive you atanv lime.
Yours respectfully Ii. B. BUTCH COMPAXTT. M ICG G ET Tb, 3. C.
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$3.00 AT4D $3.50 SHOESxEf^
W. L. DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOES CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE.
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY AT AU PRiOESi
.Men's Shoe-, ?5 to 81.50. Boys' Shoes, 83 to 31.25. Women's
Shoes, 84 to 81.50. Misses' & Children's Shoes, 82.25 to 81.00.
W. L. Douglas shoes are recognized by expert judges of footwear'
tobe the best in style, lit and wear produced in this country. Each
part of the shoo und every detail of the making is looked after
and watched over hy skilled shoemakers; without regard to
timo or cost, lt I could take you into my large factories at j
Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefully W. L. Douglas'
shoes are made, you Would then understand why they hold thair shape, fit better,
wear longer, nn l uro of greater value than any other malees. *
W. f.. Douglas name and pri?e ts stamped on thc I oitom. which nrr.teit* the wearer a train? t hlth
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Wilmington and New Bl
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ll thia habit, ti I? strictly M?H
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blotches on their skin and til
1 go beyond mere symptoms, ;
s I suffered with every symptc
lent, I was entirely well."
Crated Book for Women. If you need M?j
id reply will bc sent In plain sealed envelo
? Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tero.
ium and Mullein 'g?
kt and Lung Troubles. Taoronq]
arcs. All Druggists. 2 5c, 60c ai
ye In cold wa wir better Utan any other dj
tlONUOK O Jil Ci CU., Union.ville,j
and Beautifying ftc SI
Scalp, Hair, and Hal
CaHcurt Soap corriblnci tidiest* nsedldoil m
Ural proDcrtlci arrived froni Ccileurs, thc gr?
Cur?, with the puffti nf siponscecu? lurrtdleoti.
moil rriresliiaj of fluwrr odor?. Sold through
world. Depo11 : London, SJ Chsrtfrhonit Sq.:
?Rn? dalt Pal^i Auitralls, K.Town?* Co^l
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