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There is no other pigment that Is
"practically" White .Lead-no other
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having its efficiency impaired. To get
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it that every keg bears the Dutch Boy
trade mark-a guarantee that the con
tents are absolutely Pure White Lead
made by the Old Dutch Process.
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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 sa ve s so much
horse power. Nest time
try MICA AXLE GREASE.
Standard Oil Co.
The anxiety of life may be ballast,
&r it may be loadstone upon the spirit
A WONDERFUL GAIN.
A Utan Pioneer Tells a Remarkable
J. W. Browning, IOU 22d St.,
Ogden, Utah, a pioneer who crossad
the Plains in 1848,
says: "Five years
ago the doctors
said I had diabetes.
My kidneys were
all out of order, I
had to rise often
at night, looked
sallow, felt dull
and ? listless and
Ind lost 40 pounds.
My back ached and
I had spells of rheumatism and dizzi
ness. Doan's Kidney Pills relieve'?
me of these troubles and have kept
me well for a year past. Though 75
years old, I am in good health."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
DON'T THINK YOU ARE OLD.
A certain amount of social life ls
absolutely essential to the old as well
as to the young. A woman never
grows so old that she ceases to enjoy
the company of others, and generally
the older she grows the more she en
joys It It Is always a pity to see a
man rall into' a state which he ex
plains by saying: "Oh, we're getting
old, and don't care for so much va
riety in our lives," says Woman's Life.
In the pure selfishness of his soul he
always speaks of "us",and "we," as
If lt naturally follows that because
he is getting antiquated his wife must
keep pace with him in his decline.
Let him keep in touch with the world,
and both he and his wife will be the
better and the younger for it
RUSTY FIRE IRONS.
Rusty irons should be well rubbed
with sweet oil, left for twenty-four
hours, and then scoured with unslak
ed lime; if the stains are very deep
the lime may be laid on as a paste,
and left for a day or two. It must be
kept in mind that if the rust has thor
oughly eaten into the steel nothing
will remove it
Prevention in this case is better
than cure, and if fire irons, tops of
/enders, etc., are rubbed every day
with a piece of tissue paper, rust will
not make its appearance.-New York
Virtue flourishes in misfortune?
German. So. 23-'07.
CHILDREN SHOWED IT.
'IHScct ot Their Warm Brink in the
"A year ago I was a wreck from
coffee drinking and was on the point
of giving up my position in the school
room because of nervousness.
"I was telling a friend about it and
she said, 'We drink nothing at meal
time but Postum Food Coffee, and it
is such a comfort to have something
we can enjoy drinking with the chil
"I was astonished that she would
allow the children, to drink any kind
of coffee, but she said Postum was
the most healthful drink in the world
for children as well as for older oner:,
and that the condition of both the
children and adults showed that to be
"My first trial was a failure. The
cook boiled it four or five minutes
and it tasted so flat that I was in de
spair, but determined to give it one
more trial. This time we followed
the directions and boiled it fifteen
minutes after the boiling began. It
was a decided success, and I was
completely won by its rich, delicious
flavour. In a short time I noticed a
decided improvement in my condition
and'kept growing better and better
month after month, until now I am
perfectly^ healthy, and do my work in
the school room with ease and pleas
ure. I would not return to the nerve
destroying regular coffee for any
"There's a Reason." Read the fa
mous little "Health Classic," "The
Road lo Wellville," in pkga. ^_
Occurrences pf Interest From
ASI Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
'A. Batch of Live Paragraphs Cover
ing a Wide Bange-What is Going
On in Our State.
Grand Lodge Officers Elected.
Anderson,. Special. - The twenty
first annual convention of the jgrand
lodge Knights-of Pythias, South Car
olina domain, adjourned after what
was perhaps the most largely attend
ed and interesting session in its his
tory. While the delegates haye en
joyed, the social features of the ses
sion, which have been many, , much
business of importance to Pythianism
in South Carolina has been disposed
of, possibly the most, important thing
being the decision ' to establish a
monthly Pythian journal.
The election of officers for the en
suing year was attended with much
interest this morning. Following ave
the officers fleeted:
Mendal L. Sm th,of Camden, grand
L. S. Mattison, of Columbia, vice
Prof. A. G. Rembert, of Wofford,
college, Spartauburg, grand prelate.
Dr. J. H. Thornwell, of Fort Mill
grand keeper of records and seal.
Wilson G. Harvey, of Charleston
grand master of exchequer.
David King of Columbia, grand
J. L. Reeves of Branchville, graad
Mill Operative Shoots Former Sweet
Laurens, Special. - A sensational
shooting affair occurred at Goldville
when John Anderson at close range
fired three times upon his erstwhile
sister-in-law and foraer sw?ethear
Mrs. Will Summers, and it is singu
lar that she escaped so lightly, H
one ball passed through her brooch
of hair and the other two throug
ber clothing. Mrs. Summers was
Mrs. Anderson until last Sunday
when she married Will . Summers
John Anderson had been an uusuc
cessful suitor for her hand. All par
ties are mill operatives and board a
the same place. Just at dinner, ac
cording to reports telephoned here.
Anderson asked Mrs. Summers to go
on the piazza, Anderson declared ..
Mrs. Summers that he had rather
see her dead "than wife of another,'
and drew his pistol and shot at her
three times in rapid succession.
St. Matthews Pats Up Coin.
St. Matthews, Special. - The exec
utive committee of the proposed new
county organization met here last
week. A large attendance from all
sections was present. In order to
silence the rumors and insinuations
of opposition newspapers and person
al enemies of the cause that the town
of St. Matthews would build a mere
"shack" and foist it upon the peo
ple, the business men and citizens
of the town in a short while put up
a guarantee of $20,000 minimum sum
for court house *n? jail. Certified
checks have been deposited covering
this amount as a guarantee that the
town will fulfill its obligations to the
extent of the above amount.
Edisto Comity Election.
. Columbia, Special. - All of the
commissioners for a survey for the
proposed new county of Edisto, to
be taken from parts of.. Lexington,
Aiken and Orangcburg, have been ap
pointed. They are as follows:
Lexington-For new county, W.
0. Jackson; against new county, N.
Aiken-For new county, D. L.
Gantt; against new county, M. E.
Orangeburg-For new county, Rus
sell Poole; against new county, I. W.
The commissioners having been
notified that the petition for the elec
tion is constitutional", will proceed a:
once with thc work as required under
the "new county" act.
Tar River Navigation.
Orangeburg, Special. - In response
to a call that had been published
about a week ago, a large crowd of
representative business men of this
city met in the court house for the
purpose of considering the means that
should be adopted for the further
ance of the project for opening up
the channel of the Edisto river to nav
igation by small craft. Congressman
Lever, who had been invited to ad
dress the citizens on the occasion, was
present and gave them an excellent
talk on the subject.
New R. F. D. Route for Florence
Florence, Special. - Postmaster
Wilson has just, received advices
from the postoffice department in
Washington to the effect that after
the 16th of July of this year a sec
ond rural free delivery route will
be established from Florence, leading
through the High Hill creek section
of the county. Those living on the
proposed new route are delighted at
the prospect of quick mails.
Edisto "Falls Purchased.
Batesburg, Special. - A party of
Batesburg capitalists^ consisting of
Messrs. M. B. Edwards, T. B. Kerna
ghan, L. D. Cullum and John Bell
Towili have secured options on the
Edisto falls in Aiken county. These
falls properly developed will furnish
lights for nearly all the towns be
tween Columbia and Augusta and is a
rare financial investment. It is prob
able that plans for the early develop
ment of this magnificent property
viii be consummated at once.
Heavy Fire Losses.
The year 19?7 doesn't start off
promisingly for the Ore insurance
companies. January showed a total (
fire loss of $24,064,900, in comparison
wjth $17,723,800 in tine same month
of last year, while February's twenty
eight days rolled up a loss of $19,- ?
876,600, as compared with $18,249,350 <
for the corresponding four weeks of
1906. Thus the two months show
an increased loss ot $7,968,350, as com
pared with the first two months of
last year.- Springfield (Mass.) Union.
ROADS MUST POST N0T1CI
Important Order Now Before th
The railroad commission has befor
it a set of rules for the passenge
service in this State and if the ino
tion proposed is adooted these rule
will be posted in every station b
They were brought before the com
mission at the meeting Tuesday an<
while they are in many instances cop
res' of the laws governing railroad
the idea ia requiring them to be po ">t
ed is to inform the public exactly o
the rights in all cases where com
plaints are contemplated.
The rules applicable to passenge:
service as submitted are as follows :
"Rule 1. All railroads companies
or persons operating in Sooth Caro
lina as common carriers, shall be re
quired to have printed in large type
and kept posted in a conspicou:
place in each waiting room a't depots
in South Carolina, from and er th<
firsi day of--, 1907, the following
"All railroad companies are requir
ed under the laws of South Carolina
and the rules of the railroad com
mission to bulletin passeger trains
when late ; to furnish good, wholesome
drinking water to passengers; to ke-?j
waiting rooms and passenger coaches
clean, well lighted, properly ventilat
ed and comfortably heated when nec
'"The railroad commission of South
Carolina would apreciate the prompl
reporting to its office at Columbia,
S. C., of the failure of any company
or its agents to comply with these re
"Rule 2. Railroad companies are
required at all stations where passen
ger tickets are offered for sale to open
their waiting rooms at least 30 min
utes before schedule time of the ar
rival of all passenger trains or trains
"Rule 4. A separate room for white
and colored passengers, sufficient for
their comfort and convenience, shall
be provided at all stations where
passeger tickets aTe offered for sale,
and these waiting rooms shall be fur
nished with adequate lights, and,
when the inclemency of the weather
requires, with fire and at all times
kept clean and made comfortable for
"A substantial water cooler must
be in each waiting room with drink
ing vessel conveniently placed. The
said cooler to be supplied with whole
some water at all hours, to meet the
requirements of passengers. There
shall be connected with each of these
waiting rooms a ladies toilet, and
wherever practicable a toilet for men.
Such toilets will be considered as con
nected with the waiting rooms if the
walks thereto are walled up on each
side, and open into or near the wait
ing rooms, so as to afford a reason
able, privacy to passengers.
"Rule 4. On all passenger trains or
trains carrying passengers in this
State the railroad companies shall
furnish safe and adequate heating ap
pliances and lights, and shall keep
reasonably warm and properly venti
lated for the comfort of passengers.
"Rule 5. All railroad companies
shall provide such means or applian
ces as may be necessary to secure the
careful handling of and to prevent in
jury to baggage. At all stations
where no proper appliances are sup
plied the baggage master shall have
such assistance from the train hands
or others as may be necessary ?O
handle all baggage without injury to
'.'Rule 6. Whenever any passenger
trains or trains carrying passengers
on any railroad in this State shall be
more than one-half of an hour be
hind its schedule time, it shall be the
duty of said railroad compauy to bul
letin, and to keep posted at every tele
graph station along its line in the di
rection in which said train is going,
the time sueh train is behind its sched
ule tme, and the time of its arrival
as near as can be ascertained.
"Each bulletin board, upon which
the foregoing information is to be
posted, shall contain the regular
schedule of the arrival and departure
of all trains carrying passengers
"All notices as to trains behind
schedule time shall be erased from the
bulletin immediately after the depart
ure of such trains.
"Rule 7. Notice of any change in
the schedule time of passenger trains
or trains carrying passengers must be^
posted conspicuously at each of the*
stations along the line of the road anl
notify the commission in writing at
least five (5) days before the change
is to take effect.
Rule 8. Each passenger shall he
entitled to baggage not exceeding 200
"Rule 9. In case of accident at
tended with injury to any person, the
railroad company upon whose line
such accident occured shall cause im
mediate notice, with full particulars,
to be given to the commission, and in
the event of an accident resultng iu
the death of, or injury likely to cause
death, to any person, notice shall he
given of such accident immediately
by telegraph, or such other means as
to insure the quickest possible deliv
ery of said notice ; and the officials of
the road upon which such accident
occurs are required to furnish when ?o
ordered by the commission, without
cos* to said commission, immediate
transportation by the quickest route
over its line, or that of other rail
roads to and from the place of such
"Rule 10 No station or depot sholl
be discontinued before 30 days' no
tice, at least, has been given the com
mission and not until written permis
sion from the commission is given fer
"Rule ll. On all railroads a half
fare of not more than one and a halt
cents per mile for children under 12
years old or over six yeas of age shall
"Rule 12. No railroad compauy
shall be. allowed to charge more than
5 cents as a minimum full or half rate
between regular stations, when thc
fare would be less than that amount.
"Rule 13. The fare shall always be
equal to the distance in miles multi
plied by three.
"Rule 14. Upon a corpse the regu
l?r passenger fare may be charged. If
not in good condition, or improperly
packed, or not accompanied by a per
son in charge, the railroad compauy
may decline to receive it.
"Rule 15. There shall be no unjust
discrimination as to passeger rates
in favor or against any individual or
locality: Provided however, That
this rule shall not be so r nstrued as
to prevent railroad compa^. .s from is
suing commutation, excursion or 1,000
mile ticket? as the same are now is
To Keep Meat Hot
If cooked meat is ready for the ta
ble before lt is required, place it oa a
dish ready, to be served, and set this
over a pan of boiling water. Put a
dish over the meat and a cloth over
all. The steam keep the meat hot fer
a long time and does not draw the
gravy out or dry lt up as would hap
pen if it were set in an oven.
ii: I Washing Boards.
A^ washing board Is of great assist
ance, preferably a wooden one, with
fluted board, generally made of zinc,
sometimes of wood, against which the
clothes are rubbed.
A brush will be found valuable es
pecially for collars, curls, bands 'and
all firmer articles. After the work is
done, the board should be washed and
dried with a dry cloth, and put away
In a clean, dry place.
Stains on Waxed Floors.
To remove stain from waxen floors,
wipe the spots with turpentine to re
move the wax; then pour a little
strong solution of oxalic acid on
Btains and let remain until the stain
disappears. It may need two appli
cations of acid, wipe dry and wax. If
the floor was colored, the color must
be restored as the acid not only takes
the stains out, but the coloring as
To remove oil stains, soak the spots
In benzine and dry. Yellow stains
left on white cloth by machine oil can
be removed by rubbing the spots with
a cloth wet with ammonia before
washing with soap.
Laundering Table Linen.
The best laundresses give their table
linen little, if any, starch, but iron it
while it is quite damp, which makes it
just stiff enough. Hot water should
never be used in laundering fine table
linen or embroidered "doilies. Cold
water and pure white soap containing
borax will preserve their whiteness
and beauty. Linen will not turn yel
low when packed away if lt is rough
dried in the beginning. It must not bo
starched, and should be folded. If
this method is followed, it can be kept
for years in good condition.
Cotton may be . distinguished from
linen by moistening the tip of, the
finger and pressing the fabric. If it
wets through at once it ls linen, but
if there is' any cotton in ?he material
lt will tak9 several seconds to wet
through the threads.-New York Post
from lower part of round or flank, chop
sometimes insipid taste of. crabapple
Jelly, cook a small bag of mixed spice
in the juice. It will give a fine flavor
and is a delightful change to serve
Dixie Egg Dish. Cut hard boiled
eggs into'thin slices; place in well
buttered chafing dish with alternate
layers of grated cheese ; season with a
shake or two of red pepper; a salt
spoon of salt and a dash of nutmeg.
Cover and cook for ten minutes.
Serve on square of hot toast. .
Beef Loaf. Take 2 pounds beef
from lower part"of round or fink, chci>
fine, add 1-2. cup stale bread crumbs,
1-2 cup milk, 1 egg beaten, 1-2 tea
spoonful each of salt and -pepper, 1
medium sized onion, chopped fine.
Mould into an oblong loaf, and place in
a greas?d shallow pan, and lay over it
thin slices of salt pork. Bake in a
hot even one hour, basting often.
Mixed Eggs and Bacon.-Take a
nice rasher of mild bacon; cut it
into squares no larger than-dice; fry
it quickly until nicely browned, but
on no account burn them. Break half
a dozen eggs into a basin, strain and
season i .em with pepper, add them to
the bacon; stir the whole about and
when sufficiently firm, turn it out into
a dish. Decorate with hot pickles.
Ham Muffins.-Cream one-fourth
cupful of butter, add gradually nearly
three-fourths of a cupful of cold boil
ed ham, chopped fine, also a well beat
en egg; then alternately one cupful
of graham flour and one cupful of
white flour, sifted, with three tea
spoon' ds of baking powder and a cup
ful of milk. Bake<\in a hot, well-but
tered muffin pan about twenty-five
A Harmless Vice.
There has been bitter trouble at
Hanwell Asylum of late. Over and
over again, the telephone bell has
rung, and this question has been put:
"Can I speak to the chief lunatic?"
These absurd inquiries annoyed the
authorities, who took the necessary
steps to locate the seeker for infor
mation. He turned out to be a page
boy at a club in Piccadilly, whose hob
by it was, in his spare moments, to
ring up all sorts of persons and insti
tutions and put to them grotesque
queries. The boy has been dismissed.
But, as vices go, his was a compara
tively harmless one.-Pall Mall Ga?
Supplying the Explanation.
The valet one morning was brushing
his master's clothes. He introduced
Into the procedure a startling innova
tion. He made a careful- search of
all the pockets. In the pocket of a
new waistcoat the valet found a sov
Thereupon he took out his penknife,
sighed, and said:
"For the waistcoat's sake it's a
thousand pities, but there's nothing
else to be done. I must make a hole
in this pocket large enough for the
sovereign to slip through."-Tit-Bits
"' A Terse Answer.
Not only a soft answer turneth away
wrath, but a terse answer squelcheth,
as was once learned by Professor Sile
of Stanford University. Enrolled in
one of his classes was a young lady
named Greene, and on reaching her
name the professor spelled lt out and
asked "Do you pronounce that 'Green'
"S-i-l-e," promptly answered tho
young woman, "do you pronounce that
.Sile' or 'Sill-y?'"-Kansas City Star,
No Means of Support.
"Well, my little man, what's your
complaint?" asked the passer-by.
"Hungry, sir. Haven't had anything
to eat today," replied the little fellow.
"Have you no parents?"
"Yes, slr! but father's a poet and
mother plays bridge whist."-Yonkers?
Japan exported last year over ?11,.
100,000 worth of refined copper,
"SPRING CLEANING" NEEDED
Tho Body Requires it Just as Much
aa the House Does.
"You look sick thia morning.'
"Yea. I woke up with a dull headache,
a coated tongue and that dark brown taste
in the mouth."
"Didn't you have pains in the joints and
"Yea. AB my old negro mammy used
to say, 'I have m?8e?y in my joints. "
"Better get a bottle of Rheumacide and
take it, ola man."
"What does Rheumacide do?"
-,r\Vhy, Rheumacide ia the most powerful
and effective blood purifier in the world.
It sweeps all thc genna and poisons out of
the blood and 'makes you we ll all over.
"Ever try it yourself?"
"Sure. I take a couple of bottles of it
before spring begins. Give my blood a
spring cleaning. And Rheumacide puts me
in such fine snape that I never have that
"Well, I'm going to try this Rheumacide
you say ia the best ever."
"That'a right. All the druggists sell it.
Better get a bottle today. You start to
get well with the firat doae. The pro
prietors say that Rheumacide 'gets at the
joints from the inside' and 'makes you well
all over.' And that'a the truth, old man."
God's covenant is simply His, in
Cures Woman's Weaknesses.
Wo refer to that boon to weak, nervous,
suffering worden known as Dr. Pierce's
Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff
of THE ECLECTIC MEDICAL REVIEW says
of Unicorn root (Helonlas Dioica) which
is ono of tho chief ingredients of tho "Fa
vorite Prescription " :
"A remedy which Invariably acts as a uter
ine invlgorator * * * makes for normal ac
tivity of the entire reproductive system."
He continues "In Helonlas we have a medica
ment which more fully answers the above
purposes than any other drug with which I am
acquainted. In tho treatment of diseases pe-,
cullar to women it is seldom that a case is
seen which does not present some indication
for this remedial agent" Dr. Fyfe further
says: "The following are among tho leading
indications for Helonlas (Unicorn root).. Pain
or aching in the back, with lcucorrboea :
atonic (weak) condition^ of the reproductive
organs of %omcn. mentax depression and ir
ritability, associated wit?chronic diseases of
the reproductive organs of women: constant
sensation ct heat in the region ot the kid;
neys; menfirrbagla (flooding), due to a weak
ened con/ltlon of/the reproductive system:
amenor/bo&n[s)ir/rcsse? or absent monthly
perlody.y&^ing^rom or accompanying an
abhorail condition of the digestive organs
and Auomlc ( thin blood ) habit: dragging
sensftjnons in the extremo lower part of the
If more or less of the above symptoms
ffi-prfts.-.u, no ?nvano 155555 .fxrTU?
better tuan _take Dr. Fierce^ Favorite
rrefcnptiQn.'one ui~ine ie?uinir increm
ents of wnicu is Unicorn root,'or Helonlas,
and tho medical properties of which it
most faithfully represents.
Of Golden Seal root, another prominent
ingredient of "Favorite Prescription,"
Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of Ben
nett Medical College, Chicago, says:
"It Is an important remedy in disorders of
tho womb. In all catarrhal conditions * .
and general enfeeblement, lt ls useful."
Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D., late of
Cincinnati, says o' Golden Seal root :
"In relation to its general effects on the
system. ?ierc is no medicine in use about which
there is such general unanimity of opinion. It
is un?rersa?/y regarded as Ute tonic useful in
all debilitated states." . _ . , ? '
Prof. R. Rartholow, M. D.. of Jefferson
Medical College, says of Golden Seal :
"Valuable lu uterino hemorrhago. menor
rhagla (flooding) and congestive dysmcnor
rheca (painful menstruation)."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription faith
fully represents all the above named In
gredients and cures th? diseases for which
they aro recommended.
Silence is golden-often; but some
times it is wooden._
HOME WEEK IN BOST?N.
Sons and Daughters of New England
Capital to Visit Scenes of Youth.
The greatest event for Boston and
for ali New England this season will
be the home-coming week in Boston.
This will occur at the end of July,
and Mill attract "thousands of persons
from every part of the country to the
city and the section of the country
where their ancestors lived and
where their affections are centered.
The citizens of Boston have made
liberal preparations for a grand cele
bration of the history and achieve
ments of Boston and the Common
wealth of Massachusetts. There will
be a week of midsummer reunions of
families and of public festivities. The
time selected is from July 28 to Au
The home-coming week In Ken
tucky attracted half a million visit
ors to Louisville and the home-com
ing for Georgia was likewise "grate
fully accepted. There is no doubt of
the attraction to Boston of a far great
er number of sons ?nd daughters who
cherish the traditions and the suc
cesses of the people and who venerate
the history of the famous city which
ls the leader In the literature, art and
the civilization of America.
Buyers are esteemed; good men
dross are deemed.-Chinese.
SORES AS BIG AS PENNIE!
Whole Head and Neck Covered-Hail
All Came Out-Suffered C Months
-Cured in 3 Weeks by Cnticura.
"After having the measles my whole
head and neck were covered with scaly
sores about aa large aa a penny. They
were juat aa thick aa they could be. My
hair all came out. 'I let the trouble run
along, taking the doctor'8 blood remedies
and rubbing on salve, but it did not seem
to get any better, lt stayed that way for
about six months; then I got a set of the
Cuticura Remedies, and in about a week I
noticed a big difference, and in three weeks
it was well entirely and I have not had the
trouble any more, and as thia vas aeren
years ago, I consider myself cured. Mrs.
H ?my Porter, Albion, Neb., Aug. 25, '08."
Some people never talk religion ex
cept in a thunder storm.
Color moro goods brighter and faster colors than any <
Oyo any garment without ripping apart. Write for
THIS LINIMENT ]
J. Arthur Brubeck of Simeon,
LINIMENT thc best ho ever u
it entirely, end it is also a su
has used it for, he says it is
A PA I
Mr. "W. E. Bruner of Rlchmc
brnisc, which he got from ric
friend recommended YAGER';
less than a bottle cured lt enti
TAKE NO SUBSTIT
SULPHUR BRINGS HEALTH.
Purifies the Blood and Clears Up the
Everybody needs to take Sulphur at
thia season. Nothing like it to purify the
blood, clear up the complexion and remove
"that tired feeling." But the only way to
take it is in liquid form. Hancock's Liquid
Sulphur taken internally is thc best Spring
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Sulphur quickly cures Eczema, Tetter, and
all Skin Diseases. Hancock's, the only
Liquid Sulphur Ointment, removes Pim
ples, Blackheads and Sores, and gives a
beautiful soft, velvety skin. Your druggist
sells it. It cured Edward D. Herring, of
Frederick, Md., of a bad case of Eczema,
and he writes: "My face_ia as smooth as
an infant's." '
All-about-Sulphur Booklet free, if you
write Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Balti
How foolish is the toil of trifliug
WORDS CF WISDOM
To Housewives and Mothers.
In these days of sharp competition it ia
well and wise to notice what you are get
ting when you go to thc store to buy n bot
tle of some Bunple family remedy or flavor
ing extract, and see that you get only pure
and wholesome goods, put up by some
manufacturer whom you know to be relia
ble, and who will not put their name on
the label of anything but absolutely pure
Thia policy is followed by the well known
firm of Gilbert Bros. & Co., wholesale
druggists and manufacturing chemists of
Baltimore, Md., who for the past quarter
century has made a specialty of absolutely
pure and full strength family-remedies and
flavoring extracts, and the fact is well es
tablished the country over that their name
on a label insures the consumer against
impurities in their medicines and extracts,
as they will not use in their manufactures
any druga or chemicals of a deleterious
character; and when you buy goods you
want to know that they are pure if you
expect to get proper results from their
In oases of sickness it is often necessary
to procure the aid of some simple remedy
to afford temporary relief until the services
of a physician can be procured; in fact
these simple remedies have saved many a
life >efore the physician arrived^ and it is
absolutely necessary tnat you get such rem
edies pure; therefore when you go or send
to the store for a bottle of Castor Oil,
Laudanum, Paregoric, Spts. Camphor, Ip
ecac, Squills, Nitre, Golden Tincture, or
any other of the many simple family reme
dies or Extracts of Lemon or Vanilla, etc.,
tell the dealer you want Gilbert's make,
because you are sure they are pure, and in
sist upon having Gilbert's, and nothing
else. If one dealer does not have them,
the next one will, as the Gilbert's No. 10
Family Remedies and Flavoring Extracts
are kept by all reliable dealers; if your
regular merchant does not have them, in
sist upon his getting them; do not allow
him to force some other make on you sim
ply because he can buy them a little cheap
er ?nd make an extra profit, for he cnn get
tho Gilbert's Romedies and sell them at
ten cents per bottle (large bottles, too),
and still make his profit, and give the con
sumer better and purer goods than are put
up by any other manufacturer; therefore
insist upon hia giving you such goods as
you know to be reliable, those bearing the
label of Gilbert Bros. & Co., Baltimore,
Md.; the label that insures purity and full
strength; they co6t no more than many
others that are not so reliable.
Learn to say "Gilbert's" when you go to
the store for Flavoring Extracts, or a
medicinal preparation, and insist upon
Bear patient what thou sufferest
by thine own fault.-Dutch.
FITS.St. Vitus'Dance ?Nervons Disoases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld.,931 ArchSt., Phila., Pa.
He who abandons his poor kindred,
God forsake him.-Spanish.
Itch cured In SO minutes by Woolford'a
Sanitary Lotion. Nover fails. At druggist?,
Sincerity means sine-cera-ty-with
Thc Ordinal "Break Plug" To
iised Brand" of North Carol
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KILLS PAIN-AND SHOULD ]
Va., writes : I have tried lt, and find YACES.'3
scd. Ons cf his horses had a curb and it removed
re cure for scratches, and many other ailments ho
the best of all liniments and recommends it.
md, Va., writes: I had been troubled with a severe
ling a horso bareback and could not cure It, a
3 LINIMENT, one application relieved him, and i
irely, he says it ls the best liniment he ever used, i
UTE-ALL MERCHANTS AND ]
Wine of Cardui has be
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Mrs. Emma Carrier, of
did me more good than all four doc
female trouble, but got no better: ur
woman's medicine in the world. A
WRITE US A LETTER
The first requisite o? a gxxx
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Preparation for healthy mater
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ceration and inflammation, and th
result is less suffering acd more c
than thirty years
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Many a church would get as much
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EAR since introduced;; ?
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BE FOUND IN EVERY H(
CURES SWEENY AND
Mr. Thos. G. Price, stockman fortheMonongs
W. Va., writes :-They use 125 to 150 horses and
LINIMENT in their stables for years post, and il
several months a veterinary worked on a horse
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Price was laid up for clcvon months with i
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V.hcn you need a liniment buy YAGER'S and j
lu your home and stable, it will bo the best inv
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DRUGGISTS SELL IT-LARG
en called "Woman'sTtelief,"
actual experience, during m
from which women are so p
Emmett Tenn., writes: ?
:tors who treated my case. I went
itil I took Cardul, which brought me re
A druggists, in $1.00 bottles with full d
'rite today for a free copy of valuable 64-page Illustr?t
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ld ress: Ladies Advisory Dept.. Trte.Oiattanooga t
MRS, JAMES CHESTER
?hildren healthy at birth. For more
mothers in preparing for childbirth.
27 W. 35th St., New York says in thia
h every expectant mother knew about
pound. ' A neighbor who had learned
iod of a woman's life urged me to try
ou gh in regard to the good it did me.
best of health now."
Compound is certainly a successful
;8 and ailments of women,
f Female Complaints. Dragging Sen6a
isplacements. Inflammation, ttl ce ra
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lng Invitation to Women
i of male weakness are invited to
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And Saddlery Hardware
We Tan Our Own Leather and
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Know How to Make
Write Today For Prices If Your
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bumped on Trace*.
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box of Pax tino with book o' Instruc
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your namo and address on a postal, card, j
fections, such as nasal ratap&??Mft
catarrh and inflammation caused by,fcmi- i
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mouth, hy direct local trcatmeni; Itp C?LT
atlve power over theso troubles U?&ds&A
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Thousands of women are using andree
ommending lt every day: 60 coota at
d rupglsts or by mall- Remember, however, \
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Sure Death lo Lies and Var?la I
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"Killed every lome in my flock of
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Price 25 and 50c a Pkg. By matt, 40 and Tte
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dava ; effect? a permanent eur?
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ffMetallata. Bai e Atlanta.
DME AND STABLE
iii Cool and Coke Co., Mononsah;
'. mules, and havo use! YAGER'S
t has never foiled to erro. For"
i with a severe case of sweeny
si's LumcEifT cured lt. Mr.
rheumatism; seven months in
a on his feet
?ou set tho best-keep a bottle'
estment you ever made.-Have
E BOTTLES, 25 CTS.
because of its wonder
ore than 50 years, over
rone to suffer. ,
through several operations for
lief. It ls tho most Wonderful
irections for use)
ed Book fen- Women. If you fleed Medical
-eply will he sent In plain sealed envelope,
ifedidne Co, Qutunoofa. Tenn. B 9