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? U?IPLV.KCE WORKER.
Says ifcrv-n? rt a TofwaN? Nervo and
MIH Itlill MMILIH
Vf isa BESSIE FARRELL, IOU Third
Jil AYO., Brooklyn, N. Y.. is Pr?sidant of
U? Young People'e Christian Tamperanee
Association. She writ&j;
"Paruna is certainly & valuable nerte ind
blood ns med/,. calal ia! ed to build up th?
broktn-down health of 'worn-out ~vr??
I have found by personal expe?-*-"
it acts ?g a \ronderruT
strength, assist iag tl*''"
i Ia tc and digest *
for the* wonderful
_..ed.4 \( '
-fl-a-!in the Ideal Laxative.
Peruna is sold -by; your local drug
gist. Bay a bottle today.. .
, So. 1(K03. ". . /
No . matter how -crowded tim? may
be writ h" events, there is always room
for the nimble rumor. ' /
Ballon Dollar- Grasa,
Meat 'remarkable grass of the century.
Good for -three rousing crop? annually.
"One Iowa farmer on 100 acres sold
.,800.00 worth .of seed and. had_300 Jtona of
nay beside*: If i*: immense. Do try it.
FOB 10c AND THIS IfOTICB '
send to. the John A. Saker Seed Co., La
Crosse, Wiff^i.to pay postage, etc.. and
they wfll mail you thc only original seed
catalog published in America with sam
ples of Billion Dollar Grass, tMacaroni
.Wheat, the ely miller mixer, Sainfoin tha
dry noil luxuria lor, Victoria Rape, the 20c
a ton green food producer, Silver King
Barley yielding 173 bu. per acre, etc., etc.,
And if you send lie we will add a pack
age of new farm seed never before seen
by you. ' John A. S alz er Seed Co., La
Crosse, Wia. A. C. L.
The Lay of the Lazy Man.
Breathes.'there a man with soul so
dead, . . .
Who never to himself hath said: *
''Tomorrow morning I will rise
Before the sVirt lights up the skies.
"I'll set this clock so it will ring
Before the birds begin to sing;
Its strident bell will me awake.
An ?J arly morning walk I'll take." -
And when at an ungodly hour'
Next morn, the .relock with all its
power VV . '. ~
Made noise enough to stir the dead
. And awoke the mah- upon the bed-'
Breathes. ?here a man, I now repeat,
Who wdu?n't churck it in the street,'
And back ?ihto> the bed- then leap,
And with.ia sigh go off to sleep?
-r-Erom the-March Bohemian.
J i I-.
John W) Elliott, of L?xin^ton,-Ry.:< |
hired a* special train to gel himself j
and cMIHAout of Huntington' whenjlus
wife chased him there.
Governor Hughes again urged on.
the New Yotk Legislature to remo va fi
of Superi?f cadent :of Insurance..K??-'
sey. ']', ."; .
Alice. Stratton, '8.-years, />ld, was?
run over ?noTkiHed^in^K?chSiond'by'a
negro driver, wl\o whipped up hi3
horse aid escaped.-.. /. . . ":
Proverbs - and Phrases.- . -
How ;smaill a doctorV pilla are
when compared.with his bills..
To those swayed by unbending jus
tice, a 'beauteous race still flourishes.
At present I live" in hope, but the
issue ia in the hand of the gods.
Pinder; j -
? OLD SURGEON
Fonnd Coffee Caused Hands to-Trem
Tha.surgeon's duties require jslear.
judgment a?d a steady hand. -, A slip
or au unnecessary incision may do Ir
reparable damage to-ibe pattest.
V?hon he found that*.coffee drlnk
iCg caused his hands to trembleran
IIls. surgeon conscientiously gave lt
np and this la nts story:
"For years I was a coffee drinker
until my nervous system^was nearly
broken down, my bands trembled so 1
could hardly write, and 'Insomnia tor
tured me at nignt.
"3281des, how could I safely per
form operations with unsteady hands,
using knives and instruments of pre
cision? j When I saw plainly tho bad
effects of coffee, I decided to ?top lt,
and three years ago !prepared some
Port am, of which had- received a
"The first cupful surprised me. It
was mild, soothing, delicious. At
this time I gave some Postum to a
friend who was in a similar condition
to mine, from the use of coffee.
JA few days a?t?r, I met bim. and
he waa full of praise for Pcs tara, de
claring be would never return to cof
fee, but stick to Postum^ .. We "then
ordered a full supply, and Within a
short time my ner^onaneas and con
sequent trembling, as' well as insom
nia disappeared, blood circulation "be
came normal? no diazlnesa; ncr beat
"My friend became a Postum en
thusiast, his who)?family-using it ex
"It would be th's'fault of the ono
who brewed the P?stum if It did not
taste good i?heh served. . ^ ;
"The best food may be spoiled if
not properly made. Postum should
no bolled according to directions on
the f kg. Thea it is all right? any one
it. It ought to bscotoe
dria*." 'Tfeere'd a Rea
Im-M F?tu?Oo., i
Summary of Important Ads of
the Session of 1908
MANY MATTERS OF INTEREST
General Assembly Passed a Great
Mafiy Measures of More Than Lo
cal Application-Werk of the Ses
sion of 1903- i
The titles of the greater part oi
the general laws or laws of a general
application are as follows f&M
An act to provide '^br insnranet"
companies organized under the laws
lq( this, State to make deposits in
'trust with thc State insurance Com
missioner or State treasurer ip com
oly with requirements of law in oth
. Aa act to establish an infirmary
-for Confederate veterans.
. An act. to amend an act Entitled
".An- ?etr to fix the amount of hheC
compensation to be paid to the coun
ty oiffeers of the varioug counties
of this State," , .. ./
An act to repeal section' 14, vol
ume 1, cedo of laws for the compen
sation to be paid to the members of
the general assembly.
An act to make the terni of office
of county/ .superintendents of educa- ,
tion, county supervisors and registers
0 mense-?conv?yances four years,
i act to amend the law in rela
? the names and locations of
g precincts in this State. \ ;
to authorize. tfhd empower
-icrailway, gas and electric lights
companies to lease their property and
purchase other companies.
An act to amend section 1200, code
of laws, volums 1, relating to coun
ty hoards of education.. ."
An act to amend an act entitled
"An act to incorporate-" the Audubon
society of South Carolina and to pro
vide for the pr?servation of thc wild
birds; non-migratory fish and animals
.of the State."---' : - :- - ;
An act to' fix the .amount of eom
pensatipit to be paid to : the 'county
'auditors and treasurers of the ' va
rious counties of this -State.
. An- act tor provide for the election
of a State health Officer and, te pre
scribe his qualifications,, powers, du-<
ties, responsibilities and to fix ' his j
An act to provide for the reenroll- (
inent and registration of the qualified
electors of this; State during.the year
1908 and to provide compensatio J for
the. supervisors of registration.
An act to establish the insu-ance
department of South Caro lipa- a.id;'to
provide for the conduct ot the same.
An act to prohibit the use of wells
for sewerage purposes..
.An-act1 relating to contracts for
personal service and advances there
under, declaring certain offenses con
nected therewith of evidence and pro-1
cedure in such ceases, and prescribing
An act to amend section 94S of the
code of laws of South Carolina, vol
ume 1. relating to the probte of deeds.
An act to croat Calhoun county.
A joint resolution to authorize the
comptroller g?rerai to draw his war
rant and the State treasurer to pay
the same in favor of the publie, print
I Ah set to further prescribe ? tho
powers of "dties ?ontain?ng more than
"An act to amend th? law .xelatiug
to magistrates ( and their constables,
their powers, duties, jurisdiction, sal
An act to guard against the intro
duction of the Mexican boll weevil
into this State.
An act to authorize the commission
ers of the sinking fund, out of funds
in their hands, to : make temporary
loans to the regent of the Stale
hospital " for the' insane;
An act to provide for the charter
-fees for domestic cort?n holding, and
storage associ?t io ns. %
An ace to .amend section 51S of the
criminal code pf this State, 19,02,' re- !
biting to fish ways.
An act ceding' to the United States
exclusive jurisdiction over certain
lands acquired for public . purposes j
within this State and to tmthbrize 1
the acquisition thereof. ' -'
An act to amend section 2732) vol
ume,! of,the.code, relative.to, the dis
tribution of, the reports of the su
preme court of the State,
- Are act to declare the*entering of i
any building occupied as a bank with
intent to steal by force or otherwise
a- felony and to provide1 punishment
therefor. 2?; ; -Vi
An act to. amend section J1985 of]
the code of laws of South Carolina, I
1902, so as to empower towns and I
.jatiesT-e antaini ng"oyer^l^?Oll^inhabi^l
tants io'r?q?ire r?ad^d?ty.ron .their}
streetiB and", ways or Hfe paymenUe-L
a comutation tax in lieu thereof.
An act fo. protect patrons of parks
and other -places of amusement.
An act ?0 amend Section 253 'of
th(? civil code,, prescribing certain
'qualificci?crs for -voters in and cer
tain regulations in connection with
party registrations for.primary elec
tions in counties containing a city
of 40,000 inhabitants or more, and
for the prevention of fraud and il
legal voting in the same.
An act in relation, to . the invest
ment, and loan by tho commissioners
bf tfie sinking fund or'the fund for
State insurance of public property by
the sinking -fund commission. :
An act to amend an act- entiled
"An acf^tft authorize the State trea3
urer to receiver from the United
States government a certain fund and
to hold- the same subject to the use?
declared by an act of congress," so
as to allow.a change of investment.
An act to provide for the teaching
. of physiology and hygiene in, the pub
lie schools, r.
An act to amend an act regulating
the sale of ovsters and other shell
An act to amend section 2694, code
of laws, volum9 1, relating to the
liability of employers of "minors to
parents or guardians:
An act . to amend sub-division 17.
of section 88, of volume 2, 'of th;
code by allowing a change of venue
in magistrate's courts After hew
trial has been granted.
An act to amend ?n act entitled
? "An act for the further protection
of partridge and quail," cy changing
[ th? tiai aad - to include Mongoli??
! phiaeiati aafi wiM turkey.
\ JU Mt t? ffftvi?? ft psaaUy for th?
jurors, when duly summoned, wh
shall neglect or refuse to appear i
obedienoeto the venire duly issued i:
the police court of any municipalit;
or .magistrate court in this . State*.
A bill to allow constables com
pensation for services beyond thei
A joint resolution proposing t
amend section 7, article S, of the con
stitution, relating to municipal bond
A-i act to amend section 2004 o
volume 1, code of laws" of 8outh,Carc
lina, 1902, relating.-to the power o
aldermen in the trial of cases.
An act to make the organization o
the National Guard comply with th
requirements of the United States.
An act to amend section. 299 of th
code" of laws, volume 2, relating t
disorderly conduct and obscene o
profane ^language in publie, so as t
further define said offenses.
' An act to authorize and empowe
the South Carolina Military academ
-to "execute to the United States th
necessary bond for oijlinance om
ordnance sit ores.
An act to authorize and empowe
county boards of commissioners t
condemn' eertaiii. trees on each sid
of public roada, ? o
> ?i.' .../ !r. .
A joint resolution proposing t
amend section 4, of article 13, of th
constitution'of the State, relating t
the cfnee of adjutant and ?aspecto
- An act to amend section 2015, vol
lime 1,. code, of laws, 1902,. relating t
the'-issuing of bonds1 by munieipa
corporations for certain purposes.
An act" to require all'insuranc
companies incorporated under th
l&ws of this State to secure .thei
policyholders. _ ... , v , . . . -
.'. An act in relation to the Establish
"ment'"of new cd?rities.
An act: to -amend section 195', cod
of laws, volume ;1, so as-to provid
for registration for special election.
An act tp amend section 529, crim
ina! code, relating lo stealing of Oys
An act to- permit the establish
merit of. public baths in cities cpn
taining^a population of more thai
20,000. :- .
S.Afc act for the; protection of elec
trical; transmission lines.
. Railroads, and Corporations, .,
Tie following . acts affecting rail
roads and <. other .corporations we?
. tAn a.?t-:to amend an act entitled
"An act., to. incorporate theBam
ber?,' Ehrhardt ? & Walterboro Rail
way company," approved the 23d day
of February, 1906, by conferring
upon it certain additional powers and
ratifying all acts done under the ori
AJ? act to amend the- charter of the
Georgetown & Western Railroad com
pany. " ? :. .
' An act to recruit the Augusta &
Aiken Railway company to erect cer
tain station houses or suitable shelt
ers of certain named places along
their line of road.
An act to amend an act entitled
"An act to ratify arid confirm the
charter of the Parr Shoals" Power
company, granted by the secretary of
state on the 8th day of December,
1904, and td confer additional pow
ers on said company.
An act to charter the great council
of South Carolina, Improved Order
of Red Men.:
An act to amend section 2034, code
of laws, 1902,- volume 1, relating to
the power of Railroads to connect
with, cross, purchase, lease or con
solidate with other roads.
An act to incorporate the Augusta
& Edgefield' T\ailroad company.
An act to^provide for a sinking
fund for the townships of Catawba,
Ebenezer'find York in York county
for the retirement of bonds issued
by said townships in aid of the Cfcar
leston, Cincinnati & Chic?go railroad.
An act to authorize and require the
secretary of state to issue to the.Ah
beyiHe-Greenwood Mutual Insurance
company the certificate of organiza
tion provided by law and to- ratify
and confirm the Organization, here
tofore made; etc.
An act to require railroad com
panies to put cinder deflectors On the
windows Of passenger coaches.
An act to amend section 2 of an
act .to regulate the manner by which
common carriers shall adjust freight
charges. -. ? ,.
An act to amend section 2170, code
of laws, volume 1, so ~JS to increase
the penalty ; for non-posting of de
layed passenger trains asTreqnir?d by
An. act to amend section 2165 of
the code of laws relating to passenger
rates on railroads.
. .:. An act to- yest in the South At
lantic Trans-Continental . Railroad
company certain rights and privileges
and to define its powers in the State
of - South Carolina.^ .
An act to. require,. -, the Southern
railway to build a depot at Blacks
burg. -. \v r
An. act to prevent public drinking
on passenger coaches -
Laws Applying to CourtE
An act to divide the State into 12
judicial circuits and to arrange the
An act to authorize the rendition
of judgments, at chambers by con
sent in default cases.
An act to provide for special' court
An act to amend an act to provide
for holding courts in so far as same
relates to Fifth circuit and to pro
vide for courts in Eleventh circuit.
An act to provide an.extra term of
court, of common pleas ?or Colleton
An act to regulate the time for
holding courts of the -Ninth judicial,
An act to provide for the time, of
holding courts in the Fourth and
Twelfth judicial circuits and to ar
range the same.
i n act to amend an act entitled
"A*n act to provide for the limes for
holding the circuit courts in the
Seventh judicial circuit and to ar
range the same," approved Febru
ary 21, A. D. 1906, in so far as it
applies to the time for holding cour!
in Union county.
An act to establish a county court
in the county of Sumter and to define
the jurisdiction and powers of such
court and to provide for the conduct
of the business thereof.
An act to regulate the time foi
holding the courts of the Ninth judi
Ali (tot to amend en aot entitled
"An act to provide tho timo fot.
?ioldinj courte ca" the Firit judlaiul
circuit," ; j? .
An ?et to ?mend M?tis? 4M? ?ed*
J? l??s, volume 2, so as to requifl
copies of rules of court made furnish,
ed clerks of court.
The Belief Act.
A joint r?solution to relieve for
mer; State Treasurers W/T. C." Bates
and. W. H. ^merman' aid State
treasurer R.H. Jennings abd their re
spective bondsmen . from'liability on
the official bonds of the said former
State treasurers and ?tate treasurer
for the loss of certain bonds, purloin
ed from the State treasury during the
period from the year 1895 to the
year 1901, inclusive and to authorize
the attorney general to discontinue
suits commenced on said officiai
An act to enable Will A. Kirby, Jr.,
of -Dorchester county, a minor, over
the age of 20. years,, to apply, for ad
mission to the .bar.
.-. . Registratib?r b^-.New : Law.
The committee on free conference
reported on * the registration bill,
which became a law and was en-:
rolled Saturday. The law was nec
essary because of the. jequirementa
in the constitution that voters-regis
tered in 1898 register again - at the.
expiration-of 10 years.- As .a result
of ?the additional works placed; upon
'the supervisors of registration. tho
salaries were increased*
The law as to the manner in which
registration. shall be conducted this
year is as follows: .
3?he report pf the free conference
committee, .which was adopted, and
became law,"was as follows :
? '.Section' 1. That the supervisors
of registration in each' county, of the
Stale are required . to re-enroll " all
the' qualified' electors in this- State
during the year 1908. " '...>?
"?See. 2.'; -That the same t'ime the
saiij supervisors shall register all-per
sons who make appUc?tio?'"thcr?fof,
and' who may be entitled thereto.' - :
"Sec. .'3/That for the. purpose-'
of such enrollment and -registration
the; said.: supervisor shall keep . the .
books-of registration open at tbe sev>.
eral county seats every day,. Sunday?
excepted, between the hours of ?9 'a>:
m. and 6 p.. m., ? during. the months
bf July ?hd August, 1908; and in ad,;
ditibp thereto .they: shall attend, dur
i nj?; 'the "mpnth ;?f "S?pt.?mberi? 19^ at
least one jiay in each'.'/t?wns?iip, ; in.
their respective .counties,'bf'.which at
least ten dhysy''notice Ashall'. be ; given
by ?dvert?sment in a newspaper pub
lished In the county-;, and "in coun
ties: containing. .'5?jOO?*"iribabitaiUs
'shall attend in: ea?lT Ccity, t?wii Or in-"
dustriaf community containing 300; or
more inhabitants, at .least . one 'day,
upon similar notice: Provided, 'That
the provisions of this section shall .on-:
ly apply tp.-the ..re-enrollments ?..'and'
registration for the year 1908;
"Sec. 4. That, for the purpose of
saide re-enrollment, the secretary o?
state shall furnish the Supervisors,
of registration with all the necessary
books, and the sum of $500 shall be
appropriated" for supplying said
books. . ..
"Sec. 5.' That the supervisors of
registration sh?lf each ' receive for
their services during, the year 1908
the sum of $200, to' be paid by tin?
State, quarterly, as other State, of
ficers are paid, except in the coun
ties of Anderson, Charleston, Green
ville, Sumter Orang?burg, Richland,
where they, shall each receive $250
for the year .1908; Provided,' That ]
in Spartanburg county they shall: re
ceive this year $300, to be paid af
above provided. That after the year'
1908, the supervisors of registration
shall each receive $50-per . annum in
off years, except in. the above name3";
counties, where they shall each, re-'
ceive $75 per annum in off years,.and
in general election years they shaj$;
receive $200 each-per annum, include
ing the county,of Spartanburg. . J
. .".Sec. 6..; All acts^or .parts of acti'
?consistent with' this act be, and thi
Vie are hereby repealed."
By Wire and Cable.
Tho British.. army and ; navy esti
mates show an increase of $3,000,000
over last year.- .
Thousands of sightseers, visited 'th?'
American warships at Callao.' ~"
Thc new Educational bi:, was in
troduced in the House of Gommons.
. Southern 'Railwayemployes had ? an'
"unfruitful conference with officials
over thc thr^rened/wage'reduction.
Samirel Goffipers^severely criticised
the Supreme .Court, for declpration,
that the-^herman act applied to . un
Secretary. Cortelyou called in $35,
'000,000 of public money by March 23.
S?rfatary .Whyte' made a? abl? ad
dress on'the pending f?nanee bills.
~ Because of- legal difficulties .if - ii
not' likely' any ' national liuifor -law'
will be enacted at this sessiun. .
- Arthur E. D6nnis"w?s'-'sh?t ?nd kill
,'ed by> his father,....Emerson.; Dennis.
81 ,ycars old,, near Xape Chaises.
.Captain Brnthertmi Dead.
Atlanta, Ga., Special. - Captain
William H. Brbthert?n, a Confeder
ate'veteran and a, leader for many
years in the political and business
life, of Atlanta, died at his home hera
Thursday night. Captain .Brotherton
was born near Benton, Tenn.; 69
years ago. . At the outbreak of the
civil war he entered into thc service
as second lieutenant 5f the Thirty
ninth Georgia Regiment and was lat
er promoted to the rank of Captain.
Since the war he bas made.his home
in this city.
Freshet Closes Mills in Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia Pa., Speciah-TTMore
than six thousand mill employes are
out of work and every mill along thc
Schuylkill river at- Manayuk and
Scbyulkill Falls, is closed7 at the re
sult of a freshet in the riveiv Fami
lies occupying cottages along the riv
er have also been forced-.to flee. The
money loss is heavy.
Anoher Barn Burned In Kentucky.
Mayfield, Ky., Special.-riews was
received here that 50 night riders
went to the farm of Brandon'.'Hurt,
near Kirks Eye, and burned his barri
He had received a warning n?tjco a
few weeks ago and li ?a'hauled, his
last load of tobacco from the barn
last week. The night riders entered
tho neighborhood between, midnight
Saturday and Sunday morning and
after cutting the toltpfcene wiro?,
HER GOO!) FORTUNE
After Years Spent In Vain Effort.
Mrs. Mary E. H. Rouse, of Cam
bridge, N. Y., says: "Five years ago
I had a bad fall and lt
affected my kidneys.
Severe pains In my
back and hips became
constant, and sharp
twinges followed any
exertion. The kidney
secretions were badly
disordered. I lost
flesh and grew too
weak to work. Though coL?tantIy
using medicine I despaired of being
cured until I began taking Doan's
Kidney Pills. Then relief came
quickly, and in a short time I was
completely cured. I am now in ex
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
The man who has the courage to
tell the truth usually has the bravery
to defend it. -
CURED HER THREE CHILDREN.
Girls Suffered with Itching Eczema
jbsby Had a Tender Skin, Too
-i Relied on Cuticura Remedies.
"Some years ago my three little girls had
a very bad form of Eczema, Itching erup
tiona formed on the hacks of their heads
which were simply covered. I tried almost
everything, but failed. Then my mother
recommended the Cuticura Remedies. 1
washed roy children's heads with Cuticura
Soap and then applied the wonderful oint
ment, Cuticura. I did this four or live
times and I can say that they have been
entirely cure?V I baye another baby who
is .se plump that the folds of skin on his
neck were broken and even bled. I used
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and'
.the nest morning the trouble had disap
peared. Mme. Napoleon Duceppe, 41 Du
luth St., Montreal, Que., May 21, 1907."
.The cheaper advice is to get the.
more it costs you to follow it.
- i Piles Cured ia O to 14 Days.
Razo Ointment is guarasteed to cure any
caseof Itching. Blind, Bleoding or Protruding
Piles in C to 14 daysormoney refunded. 60c.
people who don't know what they
want are nevertheless quite apt to
tnow what they don't.want.
There . are lots of women that tho
others would never speak to if they
Weren't afraid they'd miss the thing*
* : Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
.AVi(4i COCAL APPLICATIONS,a? they cannot
reach.the.sent of the disease.' Catarrh u a
blood or constitutional disease, and morder
'.tb-c?rejt you must take internal remedies,
ijalj's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts directly on ibe blood and raucous sur
face. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine, lt was prescribed by one of the
best physicians in this country for ycart,
and ia a regular prescription, lt is composed
of i he best tonics known,combined with thc
best blood purifiers, acting directly on toe
mucous surfaces, thc perfect combination
.-of the two ingredients is what produces
.such wonderful results in curing catarrh.
?end for testimonials, free.
F J. CHENEY 4 Co., Props., Tolsdo, Q,
Sold by druggists, price, *6c
Take Hall s Ta m i ly Pills for constipation.
. ?VER4THE FENCE.
Norah-An' phwhere do your misti
j ' ress be goin' tonight?
Bridget-Shure, she didn't Inform
me, but fm the looks Iv her, Ol taki
lt she be goin' to vun iv thlm comln';
out : parties.-Harvard Lampoon,
Only One "Bromo Quinine" ~"~
is Laxative Er om J Quinine. Look
r the signature of E. W. Grove. Used the
"??ld oyer to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25a
idack care sits behind the rich
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
Ou in ?incl Mull on ls Nature's great reme
dy-cures Coughs, Colds, Croup and Con
sumption, and all throat and lung troubles.
;?t druggists, 25c, 50c. and 4)1.00 per bottle.
j ;. -
u.fio have the approval of one's con
science is.always worth while.
Brown's Bronchial Troches
. have a world-wide reputation for cur
ing coughs, sore throats and relieving
bronchitis and asthma.
t ?. v"^-'?-;-.
Men enjoy doing anything thej
don't have to do for a living.
FITS, St. Vitua'Dance :N ervous Diseaseb per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
.Restorer. $2, trial bottle and treatise free.
.'Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld.,031 Arch SW. ? Phila., Pa,
Blue are the bills that are f?r from
. Mrs! Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens ^hegrun^reducesinflamma
tion, allays pain, c. .re? wind colic, 26c a bottle
Forbearance is one of the virtues
our enemies do not possess.
" MY WIFE'S LONG
SUFFERING AVITH NEURALGIA
was ended.by. Minard's Liniment after all
;elso had failed, writes J. E. Phair, of Gou
yerneur, N. Y. To'prove that it cures neu
? ralgia, rheumatic pains, stiff, som muscles
or joints, wo will send a special bottle free
upon request. Minard'a Liniment <>
South Framingham, Mass.
Mrs. Yznaga cut off the Puke of
Manchester and left her entire, for
tune to the, manager of .her estate..
Thc laws are read so as to apply lo j
those eases which most frequently oc
cur, and not to exceptional cases.
they say about oth?r people.
You ought lo be satisfied wilh nothing
less than Nature's laxative, Uarlicld Tea!
Made of Herbs, it overcomes constipation,
reg?lale* liver and kidneys, and brings
Good Health. _
Most liquor would improve with
age if men would let it. J
Thes?e is Oniy Ona
VSEO TUE WORLD OVER TO
Always remember tho full nama, J
for thu tlgDfttura on STwy bogt -
Fine Recipe For Colds.
Mix two ounces of glycerine with
half pint of good whiskey and add
one-half ounce Concentrated oil of
pine. This latter comes in one-ha. c
ounce vials packed in tin screw top
air tight cases, which are intended to
protect it from light and retain all
the original ozone.
This simple mixture is to be used
in doses of a teaspoonful to a table
spoonful four times a day. The bot
tle should be well shaken each time.
Don't use bulk oil of pine or imi
tations of Concentrated, which are
often found with similar name and
style of package. They are insoluble
and work havoc to the kidneys. Any
druggist has the Concentrated oil o?
All acts are presumed to have been
rightly and regularly done.
The greatest drawback.to the hog
industry which breeders in this coun
try have to contend with is what is
known as '.'hog cholera" and "swine
Hog cholera is a highly contagious
disease and unless checked is liable
to carry off a great number of hogs
in a very short time.
Mr. A. P. Williams of Burnetts
Creek, Ind., tells of an experience
which he had with some hogs that
had the cholera. "Five years ago,"
says Mr. Williams, "I was in the em
ploy of Mr. J. D. Richardson, Lafay
ette, Ind., as his barn foreman. Some
fine hogs that I was feeding took the
cholera. I gave them Sloan's Lini
ment and did not lose a hog. Some
were so bad they would not drink
sweet milk and I was compelled to
drench them. I have tried it at
every opportunity sinoo and always
find it O. K."
Write for Dr. Sloan's free book on
the treatment of Horses, Cattle, Hogs
and Poultry. Address: Dr. Earl S.
Sloan, G15 Albany street, Boston,
No man can transfer a better title
than he has himself.
What Causes Headache.
From Octobei to May, Colds are the most
frequent cause of Headache, Laxative
Bromo Quinine removes cause E. W.
Urove ou bor. 25c. _
He who possesses land also posses
ses that which is above it.
After suffering- for seven years,
this woman was restored to heal th
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. Bead her letter.
Mrs. Sallie French, of Paucaunla,
Ind. Ter., writes to Mrs, Pinkham:
"I had female troubles for seven
years - was all run-down.', and so ner
vous I could not do anything. The
doctors treated me for different troubles
but did me no good. While in this con
dition I wrote to Mrs. Pftpkham for ad
vice and took Lydia E. PMkham's Vege
table Compound, and I *fm now strong
and well." \
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lyjdia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable impound* made
from roots and herbst has been the
standard remedy fojr female ills,
and has positively cur?d thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, Urregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, dizziness^ nervous prostration.
Why don't you try it ? .
Don't hesitate to write to Mrs.
Pinkham if there is anything
about your sickness you do not
understand. She will treat your
letter inconfidence andad vise you
free. No woman ever regretted
writing her, and hecause of her
vast experience she has helped
thousands. Address, Lynn, Mass.
4J The progenitor of King's Improved,
? Simpkins' ProUfio and Tooie's. Get
the Original Sugar Loaf Cotton 8eed if you
want the genuine highly Improved from
where it was first improved. Price $1 per bu.
10 bu. 90o per bu. Cooke's Prolific Seed corn
$1.50 Lu. Booklet free. SUGAR LOAF
COTTON FARM, Youogsvllle, N. C.
But few men are able to appreciate
justice when they get it.
?P^ B 1 BH> WM tf* 1^ remoroi tho canso.
&JP IL? Bf? n* ni sootbos tho ncrvcB and
w im HW relieves the aches and
GOLDS AND GRIPPE^'?
headaches and Neuraler. Also.. No bad
.fleets. 10c, 25c and Mc bottle?. (LIQUID.)
"When I feel bad," writ
is to take a do<=e of Cardui, ar
wish i could put it into every
and complains, I just give hei
"I am glad to tell other v
Gardui I was very sick with f
but I took Cardui, which cure
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CURE A oom ia OHS OAT,
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford'J
Sanitary Lotion. Never iaiis. At druj Lila.
Beware the geese
when the foi
nighest marget price paid
Nay bc permanently overcome by proper
personal efforts with, Ike assistance
bj thc one truly beneficial laxative
remedy, Syrun cf ?igs ana1 Elixir of 5enna,
which enables oneio-form regular
habits ?aiXy so that assistance to ria*
lure may be gradually aNspen?eflwiitk
when no ?on?er r.eccW a$ triebest of
remedies, when required, arc to assist
nature anet not to supplant thc natur.
a!|unctions, which must depend ulta*
tnately upon propev nourishment,
properefforts,ano\ riefst living generally.
To ?et its beneficial effects, always
buy the ?ermine
manufactured by tAe
FIG SYRUP CO. ONLY
SOLD BYALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
one size only, regular price oOi per Sortit
Thompson's Eye Water
The trouble is it ci vc j
no warning. The bia cf
the serpent wars?}ru cf
('anger, but Grip cc?cr
elves an alarm until Itt colson has undone the system.
Weak lungs-mean consurapt'oc; we-tk heart, heart
disease; and .weak kidneys, bright's disease. Take
JOHNSON'S ?tcr TONIC
Ia 33 minutes lt enters the bleed end begins to undo
the mischief, and in one day the Grip victim U
placed beyond the danger line. Cse nothing else.
Johnson's Chill 2 Fever Tonic Co.
AGENT8 (without money) WXNT?T?.
YOMG MAIN Od WOMAN
Better Your Condition.
? Ko matter whare you axe, y cu should t?ca Im?
mediate advantage of cur business and stenographic
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dr.ami of youth, and brings the hag of geld w' 'Ma
reach of every ambitious student, a lila wh' h
otherwise ifliinid to hold nothing but toil aid poor
pay. Qi: cjursi Ia Ia: rp on el ve and easily rs. tier*
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positions iv h era th uv "?nu ko <? m J." if yoa
cann?t coma to Portsmouth, write foreur EOMK
STUDY COUR83 whloh will solve to ye ur Infinit*
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SNAPP'S BUSINESS 00LI.E8E,
3(7 High St., Porisawota, Ts.
AND BEET PLANTS
For the next few wooka wa will fill all ordera for' Cabbage
and Beet Plants at tba following prices: 1000 to 4000, $1:15 per M?
6000 to 9000 $1.00 per M; 10,000 at 90c per M; special prices <m largar
lots, cash with order or C. O. D. if preferred. We guarantee satis
faction and safe delivery cf planta. We have all the leading varieties;
the Early Jersey Wakefield, the most popular early variety; tba
Charleston Wakefield a few days' later but very desirable f<rr garden
planting. In the later varieties we have the Succession and the Late
Flat Dutch, both producing Urse flat heads. Plants now ready fer
shipment; our personal attention given to all ordera.
THE CARR CARLTON CO., BOX 100, MEGCLT?S, S. &
A School with a
Reputation for Do*
in? Hi?h Grade
(INCORPORATED) Work, .". /,
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AM ON MY ANNUAL TOUR a.nuncl tb. wcrld vitn e>ny of tho test-known vari
otie3 of Open-Air Grown Cabbngfl PlanU at the following price*, viz: 1,000 to
4.000. at $1.25 per thousand; 5,000 to 9,000, nt $t.OO; lu,OOO or more, at
00c, F. O. b. Meggett, 8. C. All orders promptly fllle<l and satisfaction guaran
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ADDRESS B. -L. COX, ETHEL, S. C., Box 2
Ii so, you no doubt received free, one of these buttons from
the S. C. exhibit, given you by the N. H. Blitch Co., tho
largest Vegetable and Plant farm combined in the world.
Wo will be glad to have your orders for cabbage nr.d garden
plants of all kind raised in the open air. Special express
rates. Prices as followsr-rl.COO ta S.CC0at$150pcr 1.0CO; 5,000
to 10,000 at $1.25 per 1,000; over 10 OOO at $ 1.00 per l.CCO. ?. o b.
exprers o Cl co Mc?f tt, S. C. Wa guaranUa connt, maka r od til hona-Cdo
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reliable Seedsmen, riiaranteed true tn typo. We bare extra early or Uro
type WakcIM?, tlie lieoderion f occcuion and flat Potch varieties ot cab
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trouble to look into the vital,
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Send for valuable book, free. Prepared by experts. Should
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Send for it to-day. Address
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New York-93 Nassau Street Chicago-Monadnock Building
Atlanta, Ga.-1224 Candler Building
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tro^ C?talos free to any address. W. I.. DOKa.AS, brockton, Mn...
es Mrs. R. H. Cox, of Jasper, Ala., "the first thing I do
id it relieves. What a wonderful medicine Cardui is I I
home in the world. When any woman is at my house,
. a dose of
tornen what it has done for me. Before I began to take
emale troubles. The doctors said I needed an operation,
id me sound and well." Sold everywhere. Try it.
r Write for Free 64-page Book for Women, giving symptoms, causea, home treatment and
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EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE
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-IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES MADE OF PURE TIN-AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND
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A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not
blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of the
article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve Head
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and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints. A trial will prove what
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children. Once used no family will be without it. Many people say "it is
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