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A. Mitchell, dealer in general
merchandise, Martin, Ga., writes?..- .
' "My wife lost in weight from 130 to
?68 pound s. We saw she could not lire
flohg. She was a skeleton, so we con
?tuted an old physician. He told her]
to try Peruna.
"She gradually commenced im
|proTingand getting a little strength.
She now weighs 106 pounds? She ls
gaining every day, and does her own
housework .and cooking." s
- Perun? is sold by your local drug
gist. Buy a bottle today.,_
IM M EDI ATEL Y CURES
DreoKa up COLDS
IN 0 TO. 12 HOURS
TrUl Boole 10c Ai Drotfta
As are the times, so are the man
. - There is no article of food more
appetizing, nutritious or healthful
than Argo Ked Salmon. As a brain
and muscle builder it is far ahead of
I "beet or other meats.
. How poor are they that have not
v- patience !-Shakespeare.
.-To-recover quickly from bilious attacks,
? tick-headache, indigestion or colds, take
. Garfield Tea, the mild laxative. Guaran
teed ur^er. the Pure Food and Drugs law.
Hunger is the best sauce.-Italian.
Mrs/ Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
; t??thing.'epftens thegonis,reducesinflamma
t?oc," allays pain, cutes wind colic. 25c a bottle
Ko one ever repented ,of having
held his. tongue.-Italian.
Garfield Tea, nature's remedy for a tor
pid, inactive or disordered liver; for con
. stiruticn. sick-headache', indigestion.
To be a leader of fashion one must
be a follower. The man who pays the
compliment is not always the. niau
who pays for the gown.
"United we stand, but divided we
get all sorts of mean things said
about us," saith The Skirt.
The most adorned woman is not
always the most adored.
As a man 's salary gets higher his
wife's gowns get lower.
A widow and her weeds are soon
;An old fashion is old, but an an
cient^ fashion is always modern.
W?it?r Pulitzer, in March Delineator.
Stubb-Some genios has iuvcnted
a phonograph that will run night and
day without stopping. Would you
pay much for music like that?
Penn-I should say so.
Stubb-Pay for the machine?
Penn-No; pay a fine for licking
the.man who owned it if he lived
within six blocks of my home.
? Mrs. Stub-Land's sake, John,
there must be a great many -barber
shops in .Wall street !
N Mr. Stub-What causes you to
think so, Maria? -
"Mrs. Stub-Way, the" papers say
hundreds of men are trimmed there
THE WHOLE FAMILY ~
Mother Finds a Food For Gro-vn-Ups
and Children as Well.
' Food that can he eaten with relish
and benefit by the children as well as
the older members of the family,
makes a pleasant household commod
Such a food is Grape-Nuts.' it not
only agrees with and builds up chil
dren, but older persons who, from
bad habits of eating, have become
A Phila. lady, after being benefited
'herself, persuaded her husband to try
Grape-Nuts for stomach trouble. She
"About eight years ago I had a se
vere attack of congestion o ! stomach
and bowels. From that time on I had
to be very careful about eating, as
nearlyv'every kind of food then known
to me seemed to cause pain.
"Four years ago I commenced to
lise Grape-Nuts. I grew stronger and
better, and from that time I seldom
have been without it; have gained in
health and - strength and am now
heavier than. I ever was.
%t "My husband was also : in a bad
condition-.'his stomach became so
weak that he could eat hardly any
thing with comfort. I got him to try
Srape-Nuts rand he soon found his
omach trouble bad-disappeared.
; "My girl'and boy, 3 and 9 years,
old, do not want anything else for
breakfast but Grape-Nuts and more
healthy children cannot be found."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Greek, Mich. . Read the little booklet,
4,Tha Road to .Weiltllle," in pkgs.-'
VTfcwe's a rason."
Occurrences of Interest Prom
Ail Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A. Batch pf Live Paragraphs Cover*
ing a Wide Bange-What is Going
On in Our State.
Dickson Oil Hunting.
Dickson, Special.-Partios engag
ed in the search for oil in Dickson
county, intend to immediately begin
drilling on the two selected sites, one
on the McFarland place and one ou
the. Hilling place, within a quarter of
a mile of the town of Dickson. The
prospects are declared to he all that
can be desired, and it is confidential
ly believed that success is going to
crown the effort. However that may
be, the projectors are going to give
the territory a thorough test, and
that when; they are through there will
either be at least two producing wells
or else a thoroughly punctured bar
Big Lumber Plant is Complete Loss.
Hampton. Special.-The Salka
hatchie Lumber, company, located on
the Hampton and Branchville rail
road, at Moselle, one of the largest
saw mill and lumber plants in this
?country, owned and operated by
Messrs. Woodward & Lee of Augusta,
Ga., suffered a total loss by fire. The
fire originated from the slab pile and
succeeded in burning its way to the
mill, after which it was bumed, the
flames sweeping everything before
them until everything in connection
with the mill was destroyed. The
loss is estimated at" $150,000 to
$200,000 with no insurance..
Capt. Conrteney Chairman.
Columbia, Special.-The commis
sion appointed by Gov. Ansel to beau
tify the state house grounds met and
organized by electing Capt. William
A. Courtenay chairman. The other
members are': Messrs. Edward Ehr
lich and A. E. Gonzales. There was
some discussion over the plans which
wili probably result in the employ
ment of a landscape gardener on the
use of plans already suggested. An
appropriation of jpl5,000 is given foi
the work, and. the commission will
arrange at an early date for begin
Aged Man Bumed to Death.
Spartanburg, Special.-Mr. John
Terrell Wilkins, aged 70 years, was
burned to death at his home near
Cowpens in a fire which destroyed
the Wilkins , house. Mr. Wilkins has
for many years been a paralytic and1
has been practically helpless.
A Pardon Wanted.
A petition was filed with the gov
ernor asking for a pardon for Wm.
H. Todd of Horry county, who is
serving a sentence on the chaingang
for adultery. His wife aud children
are said to be in destitue circum
stances. He has served six mouths
Stockholder; Held Liable.
. Charleston, Special.-A report was
filed by_ Master Sass in the circuit
court making the stockholders of the
defunct' Columbian . bank responsible
for the face value of their shares of
stock. -The capital stock of the bank
was $50,000 and same investors will
be hit heavily;
j Negro Girl Burned to Death.
Sumter, Special;-An eight year old
negro girl was burned to death on
a farm at Dalzell, near here, on Mon
day. . She- was left alone in the house
and her clothing caught fire. She
was burned to death before assis
tance could be given.
Board.-j of Education.
Columbia, Special-The county
boards of education will be appoint
ed next month by the state board and
since the dispensary boards in sev
eral counties have one member select
ed by the educational board, the lat
ter is generally selected on the rec
cammendation fjf the county delega
tion, although the state board does
not always follow this rule, and will
scan carefully all lists submitted.
Are Legal Immigrants.
Washington, Special.-A statement
was issued by the Department of
Justice Thursday concerning an opin
ion submitted to President Roosevelt
by Attorney General Bonaparte as to
whether certain immigrants who were
landed in South Carolina last fall are
legally in this countiy. The opinion,
in effect, is that the immigrants were
entitled to admission to the United
States and that they are in this
country legally. The opinion agrees
with that rendered on the same case
by Solicitor Earle, of the Department
of Carneree and Labor.
Charles F. Harrison, of the Lees
burg bar, will be a candidate for
Commonwealth's Attroney for Lou
doun county, to succeed E. E.- Gar
ret, the present incumbent, who
will again stand for the nomination.
Mrs. Rosa Harwitz died at St.
Vincent's Hospital, Norfolk,, from
burns received Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Harwitz attempted to pour oil
in a lighted lamp. An explosion fol
W. B. Loane Eilis Himself.
Beaufort, Special.-JVIr. W. R.
Doane, cf Ladies Island, shot and
killed himself at 1 o'clock Wednes
day: morning. . No cause is known.
The tragedy occurred on the shore
near his home and-there were no wit
nesses.. On ? page in. a memorandum
book found.on his person were a few
small debts. He leaves a v wife and
three children and was a highly re
spected, industrious and capable cit
izen in comfortable circumstances. .
Mr. Schumpert Nominated.
Newberry, Special.-The second
primary elect ion to nominate a can
didate for probate judge for New
bery county., was held Tuesday and
resulted-in.-the nomination of Frank
M. Schumpert. A light vote was
polled a"d little interest shown. Ow
ing to", the rain thc returns are not
all in at this .writing, but enough has
been heard from to assure the elec
tion or Mr. Schumpert. The general
election will be lield Tuesday, March
NAMED FOR COMMISSION
Dr. W. W. Dodson Named On Pare
Gov. Ansel has appointed Dr. W.
W. Dodson of Laurens as member of
?he board to carry out the provisions
>f the pure food law as passed by
the last legislature. Dr. Dodson was
recommended by the Southv Carolina
Pharmaceutical association as a man
fully conmpetent to comply with the
requirements and his appointment
?rill be well received by the state
board of health.
The law absolutely prohibits the
adulteration of foods -and drugs with
Jut notice given upon the package
:>r bottle and is similiar to the one
passed by congress last year. The
;ection relating- to the appointment of
Dr. Dodson is as follows:
"Sec. G. That for the purpose of
carrying out tbje "provisions of this act
the state board of health with one
licensed druggist, to be appointed by
the governor upon the recommenda
tion of the South Carolina Pharma
ceutical association, shall take cog
nizance of the interests of the public
health, as it relates to the sale of
food, drugs, spirituous fermented
and malt liquors, and the adultera
Hon thereof, and make all necessary
inquiries and investigations relating
thereto, and for such purposes may
appoint inspectors, analysis and
chemists, who shall be subject to
its supervision and removal. With
in 60 days after this. act goes into
effect, the said state board of health
shall adopt such measures as it may
deem necessary to facilitate the en
forcement thereof. It shall prepare
mles and regulations with, regard to
the proper method of collecting and
examiniug drugs, articles of food.
" Sec. 7. The sum of $1,000 is here
1 by appropriated for the purpose of
defraying \hc expense, if any, of
analysis or examination of any ar
ticle of food or drug as provided for
in this act; said sums to be .-.expend
ed under the supervision and direc
tion of the state board of health.
"Sec; 8. This act shall go into
effeet six months after its approval
by the governor.''
Two Constables Appointed.
Gov. Ansel has appointed two "dis
pensary -constables as result of let
ters received from Greenwood and
Chester. In Greenwood Mr. J. B.
Riley was commissioner and for
Chester Mr. B. E. Wright./ The ex
pense in Greenwood will be paid oui
of the regular county fund and in
Chester cut of the couuty dispen
sary fund, the latter being a ?ispen
sary county; Under a dicesion by
the assistant attorney general there
is no longer any. authority for the
us* of dispensary funds now in the
hands of the state commission. The
pay is fixed at $2 per day and weekly
reports are required by Gov. Ansel
from the despecitve counties.
. .Dorchester's Board Named.
St. George, Special- T. W. Stan
land, of Summerville, L J. Hutto, of
St. George and W. N. Campbell, of
Beech Hill were recommended to
Gov. Ansel by the county delegation
as the board of control of Dor-j
chester. Stanland is ex-senator and,
was the first member of the general'
assembly to agitate the investiga
tion of the state dispensary aud is a
retired capitalist. Hutto is a prom
inent merchant of this place and Ls a
good, honest business man. Camp
bell has been a member of 'the
county board of control for a*-aumber
of years. He is a farmer.
Board For Bamberg.
Bamberg, Special. - The count j
board of directors has been appoint
ed as follows: By. the mayor, G.
B. Clayton, Ehrhardt; by the county
board of education, W. L. Calilt
: Denmark; by the l?gislative delega
tion, E. C. Hays, Bamberg. The
board is considered a very strong
one. It has not held" a meeting yet
To Begin Work on New Road. .
Charleston, Special. - Mr. John
J. O'Connell has returned to Char
leston from Philadelphia, where he
went to attend a meeting of the pro
moters of the Charleston and St.
Andrews railway and he reports that
satisfactory progress is being made.
The beginning of actnal work will be
begun, Mr. O'Connell says, in about
Abbeville's New Court House.
Abbeville, Special.-The court
house commission met and elected
Supervisor Neckels chairman and
W. H. Jones secretary. Edwards &
Walter of Columbia were chosen as
the architects. It was decided to
remove the old building and put the
new court house on the same site.
The building will cost about $50,000
and will be modern in every respect.
Messrs. Edwards & Waller are also
architects for the new city hali,
which will be built adjacent to the
court house at a cost of about $60.
Proposed Y. M. C. A. For Anderson.
Anderson, Special.-Mr. G. C.
Huntington, secretary of the Young
Men's Christian association for the
Carolinas, addressed a large audi
ence in the court house on the estab
lishment of the association here. He
outlined the plans of Hie interstate
committee for raising funds and es
tablishing associations. His visit
means much to Anderson for it has
given a great impetus toward the
To Enlarge Watts Mills.
Laurens, Special.-T. C. Thompson
& Bros., - general contractors of Bir
mingham, Ala., have the contract and
have begun the construction the a
95-foot extention to the Watts cotton
mill, located here. The extention is
to be added to the west end of the
building. The Watts mill building
is constructed on the one-story plan,
which gives every department an
abundance of natural light. Fine
quality of fabrics is manufactured,
the long staple cotton being used in
Company. Organized to Make Silver
Hartsville, Special-A commis
sion has been issued by the secretary
of state to the East Carolina Silver
company. Books were opened Fri
day for subscription to the capital
stock, which is fixed at $10,000. The
purpose of this company is to go
into the 'manufacture of all kinds
of silverware, silver novelties, etc,
TWO IMPORTANT LAWS
Hegiatration to Be Opened in Ai]
Towns and Cities.
Members of the county board of
registration will do well to acquaint
themselves -with the new law con
cerning the registration of voters,
which provides that the books shall
be opened in the various towns and
cities throughout the counties. The
law is as follows:
"An act to amend section 279 of the
Code of laws of South Carolina of
1902, volume 1, relating to opening
of books of registration.
"Be it enacted by the general as
sembly of the state of South Caro
"Section 1. That section 179 of
the code of laws of South Carolina
of 1902, volume 1, be amended so as
to read as follows: Sec. 179. The
supervisors of registration for ' the
several counties of this state shall,
in every general election year or in
any year in which any special elec
tion is to be held, subsequent to the
first day of September, hold in. each
and every town, city or industrial
community containing 300 inhabi
tants or more, in their respective
counties, at such time as may be
designated by the board of regis
tration, after two weeks notice, pub
lished or posted in such town or
city, one meeting, at which shall be
registered such qualified^ electors of
the county as may present .them
"The books of registration shall
be "also opened ori the first Monday of
each month at the court house for the
registration of electors entitled to
registration under said constitution,
and be kept open for three succes
sive days in each and every month
until 30 days before a general elec
tion, when they shall be closed until
the general election shall have taken
place: Provided, That" such persons
as' shall become of age during*the
said 30 days shall be entitled to reg
istration before the closing of the
books, if otherwise qualified. After
each general election the registra-i
tion books shall be opened for the reg
istration of electors entitled to reg
istration under the constitution on
the first Monday in each month at
the court house until 30 days preced
ing any general election, when the
same sbmll be closed until said gen
eral election shall have taken place.
The registration books shall be in like
manner closed five days before any
"In those counties of the state hav
ing more than 50,000 inhabitants, as
shown by the last preceding United
States census, in every general ejec
tion year, when the registration boots
are opened in the-month of August,
they shall bo *ept open continuously
every day except Sunday at the court
house up to ; I including the 19tb
day of Augu. f said year, for the
registration o -alified electors, and
this part?cula ovision shall in no
wise affect tin ,-egistration of elec
tors in counties i.aving less than 50,
000 inhabitants, and any additional
cost incurred by reason of the partic
ular provision in regard to keeping
the books open in August in those
counties of over 50,000 inhabitants
shall be paid by such respective coun
"In Sumter county the supervisors
of registration may attend at least
one day at some public place in each
voting precinct in said county, of
which due notice shall be given."
Violation of Land Lease a Misde
Another law of considerable im
portance, especially to landlords and
tenants, is the following, which makes
the violation of a contract between
tenant and landlord a misdemeanor:
"An act to declare the violation of
a lease of land or tenements and a
failure and refusal to enter upon
the due performance of a con
tract for leasiug lands or tene
ments, and the violation of any
suoh contract, upon the part of the
landlord, a misdemeanor, and to
provide a punisb/nent therefor.
"Be it enacted by the general as
sembly of the state of South Caro
"Section 1. That any person or
persons who shall hereafter go into
possession of any farming land of
another, or shall enter into a written
agreement or contract to go into pos
session of the, fanning land of an
other as a tenant ot under a con
tract to farm and cultivate said land,
and shall without just cause or ex
cuse leave, desert or quit the land
so leased or contracted for, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
be finished not less than $25 nor more
than $100, or suffer imprisonment not
less than five nor more than 30 days,
in thc discretion of the court.
"Sec. 2. That any person who
shall violate any of the contracts
mentioned in section 1 of this act
shall be deemed guilty of a misde
menor and be fined not less than $25
nov more than $100, or suffer im
prisonment not less than five nor
more than 30 days in the discretion
of the court."
Heyward Goes to Europe.
Ex-Gov. D. C. Hey ward, accompa
nied by Commissioner E. J. Watson,
will leave Friday for New York,
whence they sail for Bremen early
next week. The trip is made in the
interst of immigration, Gov. Hey*
ward being president of the South
ern Immigration association, the offi
cers of which have decided- to have the
South set right in countries where
desirable immigrants may be ob
Comptroller General Jones is puz
zling over the raise of salaries given
by the last general assembly to offi
cials in the employ of the state. The
position has been taken that the raise
goesjnto effect on the first of the
year, but the compti'oller general
holds that it did not become a law
until it passed both houses, about thc
middle of February, and therefore,
could not apply to the month pre
vious. An opinion on the subject
has been requested of the attorney
general and until this is given the
increased pay will be held up.
Tom Harris Guilty of Murder.
Gaffney, Special.-The jury in the
Tom Harris case, after deliberating
less than an hour, rendered a ver
dict of guilty of murder without
recommendation to the mercy off the
court. Judge Aldrich at once sen
tenced him to bc hanged on March
t29. If there is no interference with
y with this sentence it will be the first
hanging in Cherokee county,
ENDURES ECZEMA 5 YEARS.
Sores Behind Ears Spread to Cheeks
-Best Doctors Fail-But Cati
ra Bemedies Effect Cure.
"Words are inadequate to express- ray
gratitude for Cuticura Rere ?dies. I had
been troubled with eczema for rive years
on my. ear and it began to extend on ray
cheek. I had been doctoring with the
best physicians, but found no relief what
ever. When informing them that I could
not bear the itching i was told by one of
our beat .doctors, 'not to scratch.' As the
medicines and salves did me no good I
thought I would get the 'Magic Three,'
Cuticura Soap,/ Cuticura Ointment and
Cuticura Pills, costing me one-half of ono
visit to my physician. After using as di
rected, with plenty of hot water, I can
truthfully state that 1 found instant re
lief.- When I had used three boxes of
Cuticura Ointment and two cakes of Cuti
cura Soap I found my skin as soft and Sue
as a baby's. My circle of friends is very
large, and I am persuading them to use
Cuticura Soap and give up the kinds they
were using. I find no trouble, as my case
has proven to them that if Cuticura Oint
ment is good, Cuticura Soap must be like
wise.' Miss Netta Avers, 131 Franklin
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y" Sept. 1 and 15, '06."
Hypocrisy is the necessary burden
of ' villiny.-Dr. Johnson.
. Try. one can of Argo Bed Salmon
and you will use no other. All gro
cers sell it_
Better lose 'your labor than your
time in idleness.-Dutch.
The woman who has periodical head
aches, backache, sees imaginary dark
tpots or specks floating or dancing before
her eyes, nas/gnawlng distress or heavy
full feeling In ? tom ach, faint spells, drag
glng-do wnned lng in lower abdominal or
pelvic region, easily startled or excited,
Irreguliror painful periods, with or with
out olvic catarrh, ls suffering from
weaknoses and/Gerangements thatshould
have eaf?y a/entlon. Not all of above
symptom ape likely to be present in any
N?glecta? or badly treated and such
cases/fieri run into maladies which de
man/ tile surgeon's knife if they do not
No medicine extant has such a long
and numerous record oTciirofi.IP-such
cases as Ur. gferg? Kyron ta GfifigUE
tlon. - jjo meaicine nas" such a strone;
pr.of?Ssi5T??Crir.(U7rntMn'-fif, fit ESSE ?LM
?^VPC*1 tnyrqnipnts-worth mora than any
t?nor?aia. The very best Ingr?dient*
known to medical science for the cure of
woman's peculiar ailments enter into ita
composition. ' No ;alcohol, harmful, or
habit-forming drug is to be found in the
list of its ingredients printed on each
bottle-wrapper and attested under oath.
In any conaitlon of thc female system,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription can do
only good-never harm. Its whole effect
is to strengthen, invigorate and regulate
the whole female system and especially
the pelvic organs. When these are dc
rangod in function or affected by disease,
the stomach and othor organs of digestion
become sympathetically deranged, the
nerves are weakened, and a long list of
bad, unpleasant symptoms follow. Too
much must not bo expected of this "Fa
vorite Prescription." It will riot perform
miracles; will not cure tumors-no med
icine will. It will often prevent them, if
taken in time, and thus the operating
table and the surgeon's knife may be
Women suffering from diseases of long
standing, aro invited to consult Doctor
'Pierce by letter, free. All correspondence
is held as strictly private and sacredly
confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce*.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Mealcal Adviser (1000 pages)
is ssnt free on receipt of 21 one-cent
stamps for paper-covered, pr 31 stamps
for cloth-bound copy. Address as above.
Reason serves when pressed but
houest instinct comes a volunteer.
. How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollar-, Beward
for any case of Catarrh ?bat can Lot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
If. J. OHZXEY ? (Jo., Toledo, 0.
Wc,~-tbe ir.dersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the lost 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable, in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out cny obligations mude by their firm.
WISST & THOAX, Wholesale Druggists,
. Toledo, O.
WALDINO, I?INSAN & MABVIN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is token internally, act*
lng directly upon the blood und mucuouusur
facea ci tho system. Testimonials sent free.
Price, Tito, ncr bottle. Sold by ull Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pilla for constipation.
Woman's affection is best proved
by the care she, takes of your liuen.
The Alaska Packers' Association
give the heartiest support to the Purq
Food laws, and guarantee their pro
duct to meet all the requirements.
Good husbandry is good divinity.
Piles Cured in 0 to 14 Days.
Paco Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
case of Itching. Blina, Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in 6 to l?i days or money refunded. 50c
Many a rat devers, the lion.-Ger
Watch for the transparencies of
Argo Red Salmon In your grocer's
window. No better Salmon packed at
A little rain stills a great wind.
Only One "Bromo Quinine"
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Similar
ly named remedies sometimes deceive. The
first and.original Cold Tablet is a White
l':u*ku,g?; with black end red lettering, and
bears the signature of E. W. Grove. 25c.
He is rich enough who does not
If you need a first-class laxative, there
is nothing better nor safer than that old
family remedy, Brandreth's Pills. Each
pill contains one grain of solid extract of
sarsaparilla, which, with other valuable
vegetable products, make jj a blood puri
fier of excellent character. If you are
troubled with constipation, one pill at
night will afford great relief.
Brandreth's Pills aro the same fine lax
ative tonic pill your grandparents used.
They have been in use for over a century
and are sold in every drug and medicine
store, either plain or sugar-coated.
Be wisely worldly, but not worldly
Itch cured in 30 minutes by. Wool ford's
Sanitary Lotion; never fails. Sold by Drug
gists.- Mail orders promptly filled bv Dr.
It is vain to learn wisdom and yet
to live, foolishly.-Spanish.
FITS, St. Vitns'Dance rNervons Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
Use eau almost change the stamp
, DOES YOUB BACK ACHE?
Cure the Kidneys and thc Pain Will
Only one sure way to cure an acb- .
lng back. Cure the cause, the kid- 1
neys. Thousands tel!
of cures made bj
Doan's Kidney Pills.
John C. Coleman, i
of Swainaboro, Ga.,
says: "For severa,
years my kidney? ;
were affected, aac .
my back ached da.
and night. I wa
languid, ^nervo.us and lame in th
morning. Doan'sltIo*n^y-Eills helpe-. '
ms right away, ar.! the gre?Krelle
that followed has bean permansnSTS^
Sold by all dealers. 5 0 cents a box.i
Fo3tetMilbuva Co., Buffalo, N, Y.
First, that almost every operation
in ot-r hospitals, perfoimed upon
women, becomes necessary because
of neglect of such, symptoms aa
Backache, Irregularities, Displace
ments, Pam in the Side, Dragging
Sensations, Dizziness and Sleepless
Second, that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from
native roots and herbs, has cured
more cases of female ills than any
other one medicine known. It reg
ulates, strengthens and restores v>
preparing women for child-birth i
Third, the great volume of un sol
file at the Pinkham Laboratory at L
time to time being published hy s
dence of the value of Lydia E, Pink!
ia E. Pinkham's^
For more than 30 years has been
Dragging Sensations, Weak Back
fiammation and Ulceration, and (
and expels Tumors at an early sta]
Mrs. Pinkham's Standir
Women suffering from any ion
write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass, for
has been advising sick women free
years, and before that she assisted
ham in advising. Thus she is espe
women back to health. Write toda-"
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Thc Ordinal "Break Plug" 1
tised Brand" of North Car
Showing * GAIN EVERY
NO matter how limited
your means or educa
tion, if you wish a
BE?S??fca!E3g5a thorough business
traiuing and good position, write today for
Our Great Half-Rate Offer. Success, Inde
pendence and probable FORTUNE guaran
teed. Don't delay-write today.
GA .-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE, MACON, GA,
It is good
. business to
A coat of
gives them a higher selling value, but
it makes things wear better and gives
them a higher value for long wear.
Pure White Lead gives an opaque,
durable coat that protects and pre
serves from thc ravages of time
Prospective buyers of Pure
White Lead have heretofore
been subject to much attempted
fraud in adulteration and sub
stitution. You are now pro-,'
tected by thc Dutch Boy trade
mark which is found on the side of
kegs containing only Pure White
Lead, made by the Old Dutch Process.
Look for the boy.
"A Talk on Paint."
Riven valuable Infor,
naatlon *n tho paint
subject. Sent lr so
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
in iehietiever of the foliote
ino cities is nearest you :
Kew York. Borton. Buffalo. ClovrUncj.
Cincinnati. C?irc?O. St. Loni?, l'hiUOPl
phla (John T. L?wis ? Bro?. Co.] Pitulmrgh
[National Lead ? Oil Co. j
The horse can draw the
load without help, if you
reduce friction to almost
nothing by applying
to the wheels.
No other lubri
cant ever made
wears so long
and saves so much
horsepower. Next time
try MICA AXLE G RSA SE.
Standard Oil Co.
The Uppermost Stand
ard of Highest Quality
Inspected by the United Stales Government
LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES
JAWS AND SUPPLIES, STEAM AND
fry LOMBARD, AV?,trA
romen's health and is invaluable in
md during the period of Change
icited and grateful testimonials on
ynn, Mass., many of which are from
pecial permission, give absolute evi
lam's Vegetable Compound and Mrs.
. curing Female Complaints, such as
, Falling and Displacements, In
)rganic Diseases, and it dissolves
ig Invitation to Women
n of female weakness are invited to
advice. She is the Mrs. Pinkhamwho
! of charge for more than twenty
her mother-in-law, Lydia E. l-ink
:cially well qualified to guide sick
f, don't wait until too late.
Tobacco. Thc Only. "Adver
olina. Fiue-Cured Tobacco
YEAR since introduced.
form White & Co.
Sigbert market price
paid for ran
'. fool on
6 ive 8
Removes air swelling in 8"to 20
days ; effects a permanent cure
in 30 to 60 days. Trialtreatxiieu:
giren free. Nothlriecaa be fairer
Write Dr. H. H. Creon's Sore,
Socialists. Box B Allanta. Qt.
Thousands of cotton plante
CAROLINA FERTILIZERS, and hundr
almanac. Deep preparation, and
per acre, concentrated on feiner a(
the tap roots to strike down deep to
roots to take complete possession of
plant will then be so strong, robust
matures earlier, opens earlier, anc
advantage, and in better order-tht
as well as obtain the largest yield p
Accept no substitute for Virgi
dealer or write us for one of our t
free to you. \TRGINI?-CAROLI
Richmond. Va, Norfolk. Va.
Baltimore. Md Atlanta, Ga.
Top' 26x46, 1 Flour Bin,
Meal Bin, 2 Small Drawers,
Dough Boards. Many otb
Styles. Everything in Furnitur
for the Hom
Write us for (
and all kind? nf garden plants,
piants, g.iiTYn in the oren air t
seeds ol the moat reliable sci
i ur thousand acre truck faro:,
packed. Celery ro:idy last or D
time or earlier Keduced e xpn
will give bs CO per cent less thi
?1.?.0 per thousand low lot $:
?ictts.S. n. ArlinRf a White >t
V.O. H.MesKtli*. S.C. Hie 1
has established an Experimental Station on our f.-r
daily Cabbages. Thc results of these experiments
Yours respectfully A*, f
34 YEARS SE
to user for a third ot aconturj
approval und puaruntre
If not eatisned aa co style, <
We Ara Thc Largest H.
BetllucT to the consumir ex:
Vehicles, S5 style? of Hr.rao?
$3.00 AND $3.50 SE
ff. L. DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOES CARNOT ?
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY ?
Men's Shoes, rS5 to SI.no. Boys' Shoes,
Shoes. SU to 81.50. Misses' & Children'
\V. h. Douglas s!i02s arc iccogiiized hy c
tc ha i Ito liest >n style, lit and wear proiiuc
jjart of the bhea and every detail ot the m
and watched over hy skilled shoemaker
ti ?no or eoit. If I could talto you into i
JJrockton, Mass., autl show you how* can
s'.ioos aro made,'yin would then under; t;
wear longer; anti aro of greater value th -.n
W. r,. I) Kia;!.? name rind prlre is stamped o'i I li
prlnis-i'vl Inferior shoe*. Titler Kn S":-KM
Fail Color K-jcletx us*! exclusiecly. Catalog maila
rokee ?Remedy of Sweet Gi
ghs, Colds, LaGrippe g
SAW MILL MACHINER*
STEAM ENGINES AND B0ILE?
GRIST MILLS, STEAM PUMP!
MACHINERY AND MILL SUPPP1I
OFFICES, STORES. WAREHOUSES.
Wilmington and New Bern, N.j
ADDRESS-MACH'Y DEPT F,
This Is a
hoi;, and be's proud ol it
His owner is proud oft loo, for when he taite*
this hog, to?:e*.lirr w?:!i the mt of the herd, to
market, uc gets the highest price for him.
Hogs, whose fe?d has contained a little of Prussian I
Stack Tonic, are otway] healthy-thc meat is final
flavored, tender and Juicy, the Lind th.it is cuetiou-l
illy Sought after to iupply thc best rcarkeu.
There are over UM doses In U.e
enocgh to arfdagood many easy dollars to your ho
? money, v.'rite and tell us whit stock yon own, aa
-ve will ?end Jtwt our Stock Raisers' Mr.eua], a hool
that tetHn.any val aauie things aliout ral ti cg ste ch. J
Frassian Ecisedy Coxspaay
E?.MTTOOD VCRSEICTES- We
Grower* ntul eHVr :? linc a??brtiaei
or AfI?t.E?. PEACHES. PEAR
rim:? Ajir-Icnt-?. X*ctarIn?J
Cherrie*, tirapi-vine? lit Inri
rant?, Strn wbct-rlc?, llorsj
li ncli.h, A i jim :i rr III *v?wbc
rle? and un cxlm lot Rrt?pbe
_ p'ej. Xp'enriid a?*nrtment Ol
ffXAMENTAL n??l SM AI)
'TUBES, OR* AJI KMT * \
SURIT KS A X; P HB?C
io .J.B.TVATKINS .fc BKO.MIUIothlnn.Vj
?GARETTE HABIT ? """^
fl I th!? habIC.lt li.?trlctlx etmrunlced.A?
\J rel'crcnc?i.y?ni iv nut. Writ" for J rec booti
CiO'iretteHabit.' Br. .I.S.mil.GreenvIHc.Tc
rs have done so by using VIRGINIA-'
cdsof them tell about it in our 1907
liberal use (400 to loco pounds) of
:re3, thoroughly cultivated, enables
reach the moisture, and thc feeding
tho soil early in the season. Your
and healthy, that it fruits heavier,
1 can bc gathered earlier to better
13 insuring best results in marketing
inia-Caro?ina Fertilizers. Ask your
lew almanacs, valued at $1.00, but
NA CHEMICAL CO.,
Durham. N. C. Charleston. S. O
Savannah. Qa. Mwr.plsi::. Tena
Yields Fer Acre_?_
chm Cabinet $485.
PARDNER CO., Charlotte, N. C
ats, CELERY Plants
Can non- furnish ail fcitu?K of cabbage
r.d v, n r-tm (1 pratt cold, crown fri ni
?d.snii'n. Wc uso tho sume plantsot;
Plnnt" carefully counted and properly
ec. Lettuce; Oi fon-ard Beet ptain*.1 ume?
fis rau s proinl?ed.whirh.whi-ii offi-cthc
til n:<Tcltnt.r>|sc rites. Priers: Small lots
I.i0to$l.i'5pcr thmsatd. Y. O. K Mip
<incct:ci.niber St-cd Wcci ts ter round.'
Jailed rtati'i Anti ul un ni D?| art nient .
nif, lo test ail kinds of v?i Uti?-*, p?pe
we will I <? plcared to elvo yi ttut nnv time.
I. BUTCH C03IPAMY. MEGCETTS, S. O.
been ra*! dlreci?roai our f?ct< rj
: Xi* jlitp fer exAntln.itlcnanil
i do liver;.-. Voi: oro out a ut h ia rr
>uallti :.nd pi leo.
lasfaelofcrs Zn The World
luslvciy. We mate 200s ty loa o?
s. Send for large,freo catalogas,
rd.Harney Mlff.'Co, ^?^^.l
?. Indiana r'"?."">??i. S53.W). |
SC?e BEST TN
/ESiO THE WOULD
IE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE.
9 F Ail PRISES s
83 to 81.35. Vi'onv-n'R
ft Shoes. #2.23 lo ?I.O0.
\vA wlty tltry holli th?ir hliapc', ?it bitter,
i any other makes.
r> linitom. which mulerts i he <r>T.r(;r ntns?n?t 'duh - v
tn ie. Sold Urti:'' l>e?l tfioe ihtale'ra everywhere.
i free. TV. t.. HO VG LAS, Bn.cktnii.ft! art,
im and Mullein ^?^?[?,-;
arjd Lim- Tron?les. Thorouealjr teated
?S; All Drasgl?t?, 25c, ?0? ?Q4 tl?0Ot