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MISS DORA HAYDEN'.
"Without hesitation Ito .its to thank you
for the great relief I have found tn your
vduabie medicine, Peruna. and will call
ike attention of all my fnendu suffering
- xatth catarrh to that fact Besides I cheer- -
fuSy recommend it to all suffering with,
catarrh in any form."-Miss Dora Hayden,
819 8th St, Si W., Washington, Z>. Cl
A Case of Spring Catarrh.
MM. N. P. Lawler, 423% N. Broadway.
Pittsburg, Kas.j writes: "Last spring 1
caught a severe cold, which developed into
a. serious case of catarrh. I felt weak abd
nek. and could neither eat nor sleep well.
"A member of our club who had bera
cored of catarrh through the use of Peruna
advised me to try it, and I did so at once.
I expected help, but nothing like the won
derful change tor the better I observed al
most as soon as I started taking it. In
three days I felt much better, and within
' two wee]? I was in fine health. ' Peruna
ia a wonderful medicine.*
Peruna is sold by your local drug
gist. Buy a bottle today.
Trial bottle l?c atdroeatores
There is never much talk of a thinj?
' but there is some truth in it.-Italian.
/' wfHB MARRYING SQUIRE."
Justice Goo. E. Law, of Braal, Ind.,
Has Married l?OO Couples.
Justice Geo. E. Law, of Brazil,
Ind:, has fairly earned'the title "The
Marrying Squire," by which he is
known far and wide,
having already mar
ried some 1400 cou
ples. Tea years ago
he was Deputy Coun
ty Treasurer. "At
that time," said Jus
tice Law, "I was suf
fering from an an
noying kidney trou
ble. My back ached,
my rest was broken at night, and the
passages of the kidney secretions
.were too frequent" and contained sedi
ment. Three boxes of Doan's Kidney
Pills cured me in 189.7, and for the
past nine years I have, been free from
kidney complaint and backache."
* Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
?Jorter-Milburn Co.', Buffalo. N. Y. '
Let us- fulfill our own parts and
await the will of Heaven.;-Chinese.
BABY IN TERRIBLE STATE.
Awful Humor Eating Away Face
Body a Mas? of Sores-Cu ti eura
Cures in Two Weeks.
"My'little daughter broke out all over
. her. body with a humor, and we used every
\ thing recommended, but without results. ? I
caned iii three doctors, but ?he continued to
grow worse. Her body was a mass of sores,
and her little face was being eaten away.
Her ears looked as if they would drop off.
Neighbors advised me to get Cuticu/a Soap
and Ointment, and before I had Uf.ec half of
the cake of Soap and box of Ointment the
?ores had all healed, and my little one's
face and body were ns clear as-a new-born
babe's. I would not be without it again
if it cost five dollars, instead of seventy
five cents. .Mrs. George J. Steese. 701 Co
burn St., Akron, Ohio, Aug. 3D, 1905."
ARB MAY WEDDINGS UNLUCKY ?
: Wo, or rather the superstitious
among) us, say sb, and the idea has
jibeen prenaient, BO it seems, in Eng
land since the time of the Romans.
In Holland, however, May Is consid
ered the best month iii the whole year
for heming married in; and May brides |
and bridegrooms look forward confl
. denty to a happy future.
In Russia winter weddings are con
sidered the luckiest, ; and picturesque
"white" weddings in January (tho
(best month of all for marriage, ac
cording to Slav belief) are the social
?rents of St Petersburg and Moscow.
About an eighth of the weddings in
Scotland take place in June, the
"month of roses," which is also first
?favorite as a marriage .month among
Swedish women, says Home Notes.
JFekruary ia the favorite month for
wieStfiags in Italy, and the popular
time is just before Lent begins.
Lips, however rosy, must be fed.
ia an honest, tried and true remedy c
' This medicine made from native ri
j. ox other harmful drugs and today h ol
of actual pures of female diseases c
.known, and thousands of voiuntai
laboratory at Lynn, Mass.,. which tei
Mr?. C. E.. Fink, ot Carnegie, Pa...
wish ?very suffering woman would t
Compound and write to you for advk
f-"snd what it has accomplished for m
When women are troubled with I:
atlon, Inflammation, Backache, Ne
member there is one tried and true i
Mrs. Pinkham's Stand fr
Women supering from any form
write Mrs. Pinkham, at. Lynn* Ma
'ptriencti she probably has the very 1
Trees For Small Lawns.
I have been asked to give a list of
trees of m?dium size. suitable fur
planting on small lots. I would name :
Cut-leaved birch, mountain ash, pur
ple-leaved beech, the flowering crabs,
and cornus florida, or white-flowered
dogwood. The best evergreens for
general lawn use are the three
spruces, Colorado blue, Norway, and
hemlock.-From "The Making of a
Country Home," by Eben E. Rex
ford in The Outing Magazine for
* WATER HANGING PLANTS.
B? sure that plants In hanging pots
and baskets get all the wateT they
need. Because they aro near-the ceil
ing where the temperature is much
higher than at the window-sill, they
will dry out much mere rapidly than
ordinary plants. They are also ex
posed on all sid?s. and this acceler
ates evaporation. I.have a method
of keeping these plants well? watered
which works well. I take a small
can or cup and punch holes In the
bottom of it. Make these small at
first, until you know just how much
water is needed. Fill these vessels
and place then/on. the surface of. the
soil. Vines can' te so trained as to
hide them. Observe the effect care
fully. If not enough water passes
through to keep the soil moist, yob
will know that larger (holes are neces
sary. This matter can be regulated
to a nicety, with a little, experiment
ing. Fill the cup each morning. A treat
ment of this kind enables any one to
grow fine hanging plants.-The Home
TEACH LITTLE GIRLS.
That happiness is a matter of spirit,
That it is possible only when every
member of the household .is consid
That to he in her own place, wher
ever that may be, a beautiful home
maker is the loveliest ambition any
woman can have. __
be ? beautiful
a fine housekeeper,
That the one indispensable quality
in a home is happiness; every home,
no matter how beautiful, which misses
that is a failure, but no home.
MAKES YOU WELL ALL OVER
New Scientific Remedy That "Gets at
the Joints From the Inside."
When yon get up in the morning with a
headache, pains in the joints and muscles,
and a dark brown taste in the mouth, it
is ample proof that your blood is in bad
condition. Pills and stimulants may give
you temporary relief, but they will not
Rheumacide goes right to the seat of the
trouble, sweeps all the germs and poisons
out of the blood, cleans up every plague
spot" in the body and "makes you well all
over." Rheumacide tones up the stomach,
relieves indigestion and constipation, regu
lates the liver and kidneys and restores
each organ to its natural functions.
By building up the entire system, Rheu
macide fortifies you against La Grippe,
Pneumonia and winter Colds. Through its
thorough cleaning of the blood it wards off
Malaria and prevents Spring Fever.
No other medicine has yet been found
that cures Rheumatism to stay cured. A
remedy that is powerful enough to cure
Rheumatism also removes' the germs of all
other blood diseases. .
Powerful as it is, Rheumacide is a pure
ly vegetable remedy that does not even
harm the stomach of a baby and acts en
tirely through" nature's channels.
Your druggist sells and recommends
YOUR GRANDMOTHER USED IT.
But She Nover Had Sulphur in Such
Convenient Form as This.
Your grandmother used Sulphur as her
favorite household remedy, and so did her
grandmother. Sulphur has been curing skin
and blood diseases for a hundred years.
But in the old days they had to take
powder 5. sulphur; Now Hancock's Liquid
Sulphur gives it to you in the best possible
form and you get the full benefit.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur and Ointment
quickly cure Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum
and all Skin Diseases. It cured an ugly
ulcer for Mrs. Ann W. Willett, of Wash
ington, D. C., in'three days.
? Taken internally, it purifies the blood
and clears the complexion. Your druggist
Sulphur Booklet free, if you -write Han
cock Liquid Sulphur Company. Baltimore.
From little things men go on to
great. _So. ?8-'Q7
Argo Red Salmon at all grocers.
It is Cruel to the Child.
Tfie practice of "forcing" a young
child's musical talents, Moriz Rosen
thal, the well-known pianist, unhesi
tatingly condemns. "It is a great in
justice to the public to foist a child's
undeveloped talents upon him, but it
is a far greater injustice to the child.
There is nothing so inherently poecic
as an imaginative child, and one who
is musically inclined is apt to be im
aginative. If you put him upon the
stage before he has attained his men
tal equilibrium you are nanning the
danger of making him self-censcious
theatric, and of stunting in him the
development of a quality which as a
musician he is lost without. But Gott
sie dank, the custom is a passing
one."-From "Little Glimpses of
Famous Musicians," by C. 1?. Peter,
in The Bohemian for May.
In this nineteenth ccu t ur v to keep
p with the march of progress every
ower of woman is strained to its
tmost, and the tax upon her physi
al system is far greater than ever.
. In the good old-fashioned days of
ur grandmothers few drugs were
sed in medicines. They relied upon
oots and herbs to cure weaknesses
nd disease, and their knowledge of
oots and herbs was far greater
han that of women todr.7.
It was in this study of roots and
lerbs that Lydia E. Pinkham, of
jynn, Mass , discovered and gave,
o the women of the world a remedy
nore potent and efficacious than
my combination of drugs.
if unquestionable therapeutic value,
jftts and herbs contains no narcotics
ds the record for the largest number
>f any medicine the world has ever
.y . testimonials are on file in the
itify to its wonderful value...
writes:-Dear Mrs. Pinkham;
ake Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
:e. It has done me a world of good
ie I know it will do for others."
rregnlarities, Displacements. Ulcer
?rvous Prostration* they should re
.emedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
lg Invitation to Women
of female weakness are invited to
.ss. Out of her vast volume of. ex
cnowledge that will help your case.
Occurrences of Interest From
All Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A Batch of Live Paragraphs Cover
ing a Wide Range-What is Going
On in Oar State.,
Medical College Commencement.
Charleston, .Special-The 7Sth an
nual commencement of the Medical
College of South Carolina took place
last week, when 21 young men receiv
ed their degree as doctors of medicine
and 16 as graduates in pharmacy at
the Academy of Music. The exer
cises w?re of an interesting character,
made especially so by the presence
of Surgeon Gen. Walter Wyman of
the United States Marine Hospital
association, whose address on "Thc
March of. Sanitation" was itself well
worth the hearing.
The folowing are the graduates:
In medicine: Ptolemy P. Chamb
ers, Jr., Hurtsville;-Charlton E. Gam
ble, Turbeville; Frank M. Harvin,
Summerton; Hugh T. Kirby, Colum
bia; Daniel L. Maguire, Charleston:
H. J. Matthews, Charleston; James
H. Mills, Mayesville; Ernest H.
Moore, Moore; Arthur P. McElroy,
Charleston; Jno. C. Nicholson, Lees
ville; B. L. Padgett, Smoak's; Julius
Alexander Parker, Columbia; Elean
or B. Saunders, McConnellsvillc ;
James E. Scott, Charleston ;. E. Smoak
Orangeburg; James R. Sparkman,
Georgetown; J. K. Stalvey, Conway;
T. H. Eymmes, Jr., St. Matthew.-;;
James L. Weeks, Springfield; Joseph
B. Workman, Woodruff, and T. E.
Pharmacy: F. D. Ackerman, Cof
tageville; Leon Branov, Charlesto-i;
W. J. Burke, Charleston ; Allen S.
Behling, St. George; Claude S. Breed
ing, Charleston ; L. P. Fouche, Ander
son ;.R. A. Griffin, Robbins, H: C.
Hanahan, Charleston; R. E. Lewis,
Pickens; Joshua Lockwood, Jr., Char
leston; John W. Matthis, Summerton,
L. C. Maxwell, Walhalla ; William
Symmes, St. Matthews; H.- H. Wan
namaker, Orangeburg, and Lewis C.
The first nine honor men in the
class of medicine are: Dr?. Saund
ers, Sparkman, Mills, Maguire, Work
man, Smoak, Stalvey, Symmes and
McElroy, who have the refusal of.p>
siti?ns of interne and externe at the
Rober hospital. The first six honor
men in pharmacy are: Messrs. Lewis,
Hanahan, Fouche, Breeden, Behling
and H. H. Wannamaker.
Dredge Dips Up Dead Boy.
Charleston, Special.-The body of
D. H. Ford, alias Sam Daily, the ne
gro watchman on .the government tag
Little Pee Dee, drowned on Monday
night, was picked up in the dipper of
government dredge No. 2, in the cus
tom house dock. The find was un
expected, and the protruding legs of
the negro from the rising dipper
caused consternotion among the ? -t>
groes on the boat. A rope was at
tached to the body, which was haul
ed to the pier, where it was identified
and later viewed by the coroner and
a verdict rendered accordingly.
State Geologist Sloan.
Gov. yAnsel appointed Mr. Earl
Sloan of Charleston, State geologist
for the term of two years, beginning
April 30, 1907. This is Prof. Sloan's
third.term as geologist and his work
has been practically valuable to the
State. He has during the past two
j'ears aided the United States govern
ment in securing facts about the min
eral wealth of South Carolina that
will later lead up to its development
and during his new term he will car
ry out important plans for further
work along this line.
Life Lost By Turning Over of Bateau
On Mill Pond.
Negro Drowned Near Union.
Union, Special.-By the capsizing
of a bateau in the pond near Union
Cotton Mill No.l, a negro named
John "Rabbit" Shuford was drown
ed and his companion almost met a
simila fate. It occurred about 3:45
o'clock and the men had gone to clean
out a waste pipe in the pond.
Must Pay Liquor License.
Orangeburg, Special.-As a result
of the inspecti/ii of a line of patent
medicines here by the deputies from
the Columbia office of the department
of internal revenue, the drug stores
have been compelled to pay a license
t?f $25 each plus the penalty $12.50,
for handling -certain lines of drugs
containing a percentage of alcohol
larger than the standard arranged by
the chemists in the department of ag
riculture. The ruling of Collector
Micah Jenkins, who has received in
structions from the department st
Washington, will probably affect hun
dreds of druggists throughout the
Sons of-Veterans are Reorganized.
Columbia, Special.-Plans for yr
ganizing the Sons of Confederate
veterans in this State have been ad
vanced by Mr. Geo. Bell Timmerman,
the State commander, and an active
canvass is behalf of Camp Maxc>
Gregg, the local organization. Mr.
Timmerman's idea is to make the
Columbia camp the central organiza
tion and include among the members
prominent veterans and sons of vet
erans throughout the State.
Negro Killed in Chester.
Chester, S. C., Special.-A very pe
culiar accident occurred here late
Saturday afternoon. While Wade
Head, colored, was occupied with a.
gang of laborers in extending the
ditches for laying of sewer pipes tiie
bank of the trench suddenly gave
way and a heavy mass of loose earth
fell upon him, causing instant den iii.
The physician called in to examine
the dead body pronounced the cause
of death to be the breaking of the
\eck of the unfortunate negro
Another Rural Route.
Congressman Lever has been notifi
ed by the postoffice department that
another rural delivery route has been
established from. Congaree in the
lower part of Richland. The nec
essary surveys have been made and
the people of that section will secure
mail facilities as good as any in the
State, entirely completing the ser
vice in that country.
IN Fil M
_? ? .' ; V j
Manufacturers Highly Pleased
BANQUET AT HOTEL BRUNSWICK
Many Important Papers on the Cot
ton Industry-President Maccoll,
of the Association, Presides, De
livering Address on Production
-Manufacture and Export of the
Staple. . .
Boston, Special.-The 82d annual
meeting of the National Association
of Cotton Manufacturers opened in
Euntington Hall, Mass., Institute of
Technology.. Many important pa
person the cotton industry have bern
prepared and for the chief social
event of the gathering a banquet was
arranged for the evening at the Hotel
The first session was called to or
der by President James R. Maccoll,
of Providence^ R. I.
President Maccoll's address fol
lowed, and among thb other speakers
were Everett W. Burdett, of this
sity,%who spoke on "Corporation and
the Public Welfare;" Harvey Stuart
Chase, Boston, on "The Cost cf
Maintenance and Depreciation in Cot
ton Mills/' and Henry K. Rowell,
also of this city", whose topic was
"Taxation and Valuation With Ref
erence to Industrial Plants."
Condition Seems World-Wide.
In his address, President Maccoll
said : >
".I am glad to congratulate you up
on the continued activity and pros
perity of our industry. This condi
laon "seems to be world-wide. There
is adequate consumption or at least
demand to employ every spindle and
loom. A year ago we recorded Eng
land's increase of 6,250,000 spindles.
The latest reports show 10,000,000
spindles added or projected -within
five years, which equals the growth
of the previous 30 years. In our own
country there has been a normal ad
dition of spindles; imports of cotton
manufacturers have increased during
1906 as crmparcd in 1905, $14,-500,
000, or 26 per cent.; exports have
diminished $13,500,000, or 24 per
cent.;, yet' there is no evidence of
over-supply or glutted markets. Ex
tension of foreign trade is for the r
moment ignored, on account of the
home demand absorbing all the out
"Everything that enters into the
cost of/production is getting on to an
excessively high level. It is hardly
to be expected that the present tariff '
can prevent large importations of
foreign goods unless we con maintain
our lead in the use of labor-saving
methods and devices. But the fact
is that our foreign competitors are
keenly alive to the situation and ure
rapidly adopting. American improve
ments, and there are already ra... y
mills aboad that are'fnly aquipped
with every American device. As
soon, therefore, as there is a reaction
abroad, we may expect a reaction
Grieved Over Dowie's Death.
New York, Special.-Grieving,-it is
thought^ because of the death of
"Prophet Elijah III" Dowie, Mrs.
Lydia Staley, threw herself from the
front window of her home on the
fifth floor of an apartment house i:i
East one seventy-fourth street and
died later in a hospital from a frac
ture of the skull. The Staley's were
lenoing member of the Dowie Cult
in this city. Staley told how his wile
had grieved after the "Prophet's"
death andi said she had wovn hei'solf
almost to a shacYnv through enforced
Stack Crashes Through Roof.
Millville, N. J., Special!-Three
young women employed at T. C.
Wheaton & Co.'s glass factory in this
city were killed Wednesday by the
collapse uf a smoke stack which
crashed through- a room in which they
were working. Thc de/I:
The accident occurred during- a
A Severe Snow Storm.
Pueblo, Cul., Special.-The snow
storm that began at noon Sunday
continued throughout the night. With
six inches of snow on the groumr
there was no immediate prospect ol
cessation. The storm extended ea?i
to Dodge City, Kan., and south in?c
Texas. The ?now drifted badly
mppeled railroad and street car traf.
fie. The lliermometer registered 2'r
degrees above zero. Fruit and \c-.~e
tables are badly damaged.
Big Packing Plant Bumed.
Pittsburg; Pa., Special.-Zoeller
Packing Company, occupying . two
acres of ground on Spring Garden
avenue, Allegheny, was destroyed by
fire, causing an estimated loss of
$300.000. The origin of the fire has
not been ascertained. It burned rap
idly and for a while adjacent prop
erty was threatened.
Metcalf Approves Sentence.
years imprisonment, 20 of which shall
the court- martial which recently tried
Maurice Burke, a seaman attached k
the cruiser Tennessee, for murdering
James A. Douglas, chief master-ai
arms and assaulting and attempting
to kill William McCool, master- al
arms, both of that vessel. The sen
tence was approved by Secretary Met
Requisition Not Properly Executed.
Middletown, N. Y., Special.-Sher
iff C. J. Lyon, of Abbeville county,
South Carolina, who came here with
requisition papers for E. G. Renne,
who is wanted in South Carolina for
alleged forgery and larceny, has re
turned South without Rennen. Er
nest W. Huf cutt, legal "adviser to
Governor Hughes, refused to honor
the requisition, saying it was not
properly executed. Renne will he
held in the Gosheh jail until Sheriff
Lyon returns with corrected papers.
P?jf^ . OF
Personal knowledge is the winning factor in the culminating contests of
this competitive age and when of ample character it places its fortunate
possessor in the front ranks of
The Well Informed of the World.
A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to the achievement of the
highest excellence in any field of human effort
A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Functions and Knowl
edge of Products are all of the utmost value and in questions of life and health
when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an
ethical product which has met with disapproval of the most eminent physicians and
gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of
Known Quality, Known Excellence and Known Component
Part3 and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well Informed of the
world, who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the first
and best of family laxatives, for which no extravagant or unreasonable daims are made.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known
under the name of-Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world
wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its pure
laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians
and the Well Informed of the world to be the best we have
adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and
E?xir of Senna- as more fully descriptive of the remedy,
but doubdess it will always be called for by the shorter
name bf-Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial
effects, always note, when purchasing the full
name of the Company-California Fig Syrup
Co. - printed on the front of every package,
whether you call for-Syrup of Figs
- or by the full name-Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna.
Stop it-why will you suffer 'mtii
Headache, Neuralgia, or Nervous
ness? Especially when so araple,
sure, safe and convenient a cure is.
within your reach. Make note of
the name of these tablets and get a
bottle at once, ar.d have relief--they
never disappoint. If your dealer
does not have them, sc: d to us
direct by mail. Don't fail to try
Yager's Handy Headache Tablets.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
Sold by nil Ces!ers and Druids, or malled
on receipt of price by the mskirs.
GILBERT BROS. ? CO.
9-13 N. Howard St. BALTiMonc, MD.
rsc ORS ?raa?aa.'iBfiassaosaBMi
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US. GGTOStflENT- INACTION
LARGE STOCK LOMBARD
Sile &c? Centre
$AN FRANCISCO. CAL.,
LONDON^NGLAND. NfEW YORK,N.Y
Foundry, Machina and Epiler Warks and Sur f!j Sto.-a,.
And No Cedar Chests. ^
"I suppose Mother Eve had plenty
"I'll bet they didn't last lang."
"There were behemoths in those
days. ' '
?$100 Ky ward, 9100.
The readers of ibis pa per will be pleaded to
learn wat thertf is at least one dreaded dis
ease that science bas been able to cure io all
its stages, and that ^Catarrh. Ha'l's Catarrh
Cure ia the only positive cure now known tc
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. H al rs Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, aoting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces.of the system, thereby destroy
ing tbe foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much faith
in ita curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that.it fails to
Cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address
V. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, ?.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
A mom mt's patience is a 10 years'
comfort.- jiodern Greek.
Argo Red Salmon ls an ideal food.
Thompson's Dietetics, one of the
standard works on foods, gives Scam
mells tables as follows: The per cent,
of muscle building material in beef is
19 per cent.; eggs, 13 per cent.; sal
mon, 20 per cent. As a brain food,
beef, 2 per cent.; eggs (white), 2%
per cent; .(yolk), 2 per cent.; sal
mon, 6 and 7 per cent.
Regulate thy own passions and bear
those of others.-Latin.
A New Departure.
"The office boy w?nts to get off
this afternoon. Says his grand
"Is dead, hey?"
"No; is willing."
Is- very careful about her churn. She
scalds lt thoroughly after using, and gives
it a sun bath to sweeten it. She knows
that if her churn is sour it will taint tho
butter that is made in it. The stomach is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed pro
cesses which are almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Is it not apparent
then that if this stomach-churn is foul it
makes foul all which is put into it?
The evil of a foul stomach is not alone
the bad taste in thc month and the foul
breath caused by it, but the corruption o?
the pure current of blood and the dissem
ination of disease throughout the body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stonmch sweet.
It does for the stomach what the washing
and sun bath do for the churn-absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting ele
ment. In this way it euroa blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors or diseases arising from bad blood.
14 you have bitter, nasty, foul taste in
your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
aro weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stom
ach, constipated or irregular bowels, sour
or -bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider
able number of them, indicate that you are
sufferiag from biliousness, torpid or lazy
liver with the usual accompanying Indi
Sstion, or dyspepsia and their attendant
JMSttJCBli KB?1ifl mpA***1 Tr
ence tor EE cuTirtn trie aoove symptom*
It is a pity to be ill ! Take Garfield Tea,
the laxative exactly suited to the needs ot'
men, women and children; it ia made wholly
of herbs; it purifies the blood, eradicates
disease, overcomes constipation, brings
* The heart knows his own bitterness.
Argo Creamed Salmon, Scalloped
Salmon, Cutlets, or Croquettes, are
among the most tempting of dishes.
At all grocers.
How poor are they that have not
FITS, St. Vitus'Dance ?Nervons Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. S2 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. E. Kline, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
It is a kingly act to help the fallen.
The Argo Red Salmon of Alaska
has the deepect red color, and the
finest flavor of any Salmon packed.
It is packed entirely by machine, and
not touched by the human hand. One
trial makes a customer.
When the calf gets a fortune he
expects to be called Mr. Bulh-Ger
There are too many willing to |esE
the Kingdom first, if they can have tht
first chance at its contracts.
from all others. Em
bodies new ideas,
Reduces fuel ex
pense. Ready for
business at moment
of lighting. For
your summer cook-,
Two watermelons cannot be held
under one arm.-Turkish.
For more reasons than one, Garfield Tea
is the best choice when a laxative is needed;
it is Pure, Pleasant to take, Mild and Potent.
Guaranteed ander the Food and Drugs Law.
Party is the madness of many^for
the gain of a few.-Pope.
The grocers are buying Argo Red
Salmon because it takes no argument
to sell it and the customers come back
Its heat is highly concentrated. Does not overheat the kitchen.
OH always at a maintained level. Three sizes. Fully warranted.
Il not at your dealer's, write ^our nearest agency fer descriptive
..?jgrnwrY- That this ls absolutely true
will be readily proven to your satisfaction
if you will but mail a postal card request
?> Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for a
ree copy of his booklet bf extracts from
the standard medical authorities, giving
the names of all the ingredients entering
into his world-famed medicines and show
ing what the most eminent medical men
of the age say of them.
Home is the rainbow ofMife.-Lon
Virtue flourishes in misfortune.
Itch oared In 80 minutes by Woolford*!
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. At druggist?,
Wait is a hard word to the hungry.
. " is the best
.Mp lamp for all
round household use. Mads
of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled. Per
fectly constructed ; absolutely safe ; unexcelled in
light-giving power; an ornament to any room.
Every lamp warranted. If not at your dealer's,
write to our nearest agency.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
In fact, tobacco requires more
What the Ailment Waa.
When Senator Hoar learned ihat a
friend who they thought had appen
dicitis was in reality suffering from
acute indigestion, he smiled genially.
"Really." he said, "that's good
news. I rejoice for my friend that
the trouble lies in the table of con
tents rather than in the appendix."
than any other cultivated plant
A complete fertilizer containing not
less than 9 per cent, of Potash in the
form of Sulphate should be used.
. Valuable books on the cultivation,
growth and fertilization of tobacco will
be sent free to all interested fanners.
They give the results of scientific ex
GERMAN KALI WORKS
New York-03 Nassau Street, or
Atlanta. da.-1224 Candler Bulldlns
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
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nye any garment without rlpplnj apart. Wnw to? free booklet-How to nye, Bleach and Ulx Colora. MON HOE OB.VG CO., UnlonVui^JUiesoi
you will like Cardui, for the good lt does you.
Made from purely vegetable ingredients, ft con
tains nothing Injurious to young or old.
Acting especially upon the womanly organs, lt is a
medicine for women, not men.
Girls and women need lt, when suffering from any
of the ailments peculiar to their sex.
It acts gently and naturally, relieves pain and dis
tress, builds up weakened organs, regulates Irregular
h ??-ar 'f?iriii'ii'TiTirT^Hiirmi
Mrs. Nevada Hensley, of Lorenzo, Tenn., writes :
?1 have been using Wine of Cardui for sixteen (l6) months, and have
received much relief. I had suffered from womanly weakness and the
doctors were unable to help me. Finally I wrote you for. advice and took
Cardui with the result mentioned. I can heartily indorse Cardui for the
good It has done me, and wish you every success in manufacturing and
selling-such a good medicine for the relief of* suffering women."
Sold everywhere in $1.00 bottles; Try it
FOR T.'Aft?Ti3g^gfl"~env?top?" ?^rcra':"
S\?l\ AifWJULiUchattanooga Medicine Co*