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? Paper For Haca Party.
There ought to be a political weet
ly newspaper representing each of
the great parties in every county;
where there is no such weekly, one
ought to be established. It does not
cost niuch to start or conduct a week
ly . newspaper, if the ready-print co
operative plan of publication is
adopted. It can be "owned and edited
bVt.ke*' same} man. The country
w?'e$y"?as;f?r' more influence in pro
BOrobri 'to-its circulation than the
city daily, first, because it has behind
. it^a person who is kuown to the read
ers and whose character adds force
to his wardg. second, because the
weekly is read with more care. The
cSunfty. weekly comes much nearer
rejecting the "sentiment of the com
. r??mty than the large daily. In fact,
in every contest between the unorgan
ked^ masses on "the one side and or
ganized wealth on the other, the big
newspapers are generally on the side
of organized wealth, and this fact
h'?sT hectime-so notorious that, candi
dates are' often elected with practi
cally jflf^of the- daily papers against
t?teso.:v.:. . .
The editorial page of the weekly
oughts to be large enough to present
briefly ifs parry's side of the ques
tipftai.uppn; .which the people., are
thinking. Having local as well as
general polities to consider, the coun
try weekly cannot, of course, give
the attention . to national questions
that a national paper can, for a na
tional paper.,does not have to devote
any space lo local questions, but each
issue of th? country weekly , ought to
contain a discussion, however brief,
cf the more important questions be*
fore the country.
On*~?te Cape-to-CaJro railroad, near
Bulawayo, there ls to be seen the
longest stretch ot track tn the world.
It 1s 71 miles without the slightest
.variation. * ^
appaai to the Well-Inform ?d in every
walk of life and are essential to permanent
succ?s* -and creditable standing. Accor
ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs
and'Elixir cf-Senna is the only remedy of
known value, but'one of many reasons
why it is the best of personal and family
laxatives , is the fact that it . cleanses,
sweetens and relieves the ?Diemal organs
on which it acta without'any debilitating
after effects and without having to increase
the quantity from time to time. . '
ft acts pleasantly and naturally" and
truly* as a laxative, and ita component
parts are known to and approved by
physicians/ a3 it is free from all objection
able: substance^ To- get Its beneficial
effects always purchase the genuine
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug
Beware the geese when the fox
HAD KCZEJ?A 15 TEAKS.
Mis. Thomas Thompson, oi Clarksvtlle,
Qa.. wrlU?, ?idsf date o! AprU 23,1?07: "I
suffered 15 years with tormenting ecsems;
hadrthe bert doctor? io prescribe; hut noth
ing did mo s?y goo* until I ?ot TJETTEBIKZ.
ir cured me. I am & tfcankiol,"
Tboosands ot others caa testify to similar
eures. T?irtXtxM is sold by druggists or
sent^ hy ma?; for Wa. hy J. T. Sarotauta,
Dept. A, Savannah, Ga.
Time win tell-but gossipers man
age to tell it first. fv|||
"Capudine Cures Indigestion Pains,
Belching," Soar Stomach, and Heartburn,
from whatever cause. It s Xiquid. Effects
-immediately. .Doctors prescribe it.- 10c,
25c., and 5Cc., at drug stores.
Necessary Increase of Price.
e Tl is" a noticable fact that many
newspapers which have been sold for
years at one .cent a copy have been
forced to advance to two cents in or
der-to make a reasonable return on
the capital-invested. This has been
jbrougbt, about largely by the big in
rCrease in operating expenses, the pay
roil ori mest- newspapers having ad
vanced faster than the receipts the
past few years. Another reason for
the advance in price is the increased
eost of white paper, the increase be
ing about thirty-three per cent.
Cheap paper and a reasonable pay
roll have made possible the one cent
daily. Remove these possibilities,
however, and the publishers are com
pelled to seek some new method of
Congressman Snapp, in an address
delivered, before some; Illinois news
paper .-publishers, gave the editors a
lot of excellent advice when he said:
"You newspaper men have seen
;the price of everything else advance,
but you have hun? back and refused
to increase the price of your papers,
Everything, has gone up. The price
of labor in the printing business has
advanced twice. The. cost of paper
has gone up enormously. And you
sat still and took the loss meekly.
What you ought to do is to get to
gether Ljd meet the condition hy
advancing the pries of your product
to the public to correspond to thf
CHANGE UV FOOD
? Works Wooden in Health.
It is worth knowing that a change
fa food can cure dyspepsia, "I deem
it my duty to let you know how
Grape-Nuts food bas cured me of Indi
f: . "I; had been troubled with it for
years, until last year my doctor rec
ommended Orape-Nutsfood to be used
every morning. I followed instruc
tions and now I am entirely well.
;.,t'.'TJie whole family like Grape-Nuts.
bte,'\iie? four packages a week. You
are welcome to use this testimonial as
you see flt."
v The'reason this lady was helped bj
the use of Grape-Nuts food is that it
te'-predlgested by natural processes,
ind therefore does not tax the stom
ach as the food she had been using;
yt also contains the elements required
for building up the nervous system
if that part of the human body is io
perfect working order there can be
no dyspepsia, for nervous energy rep
resents the steam that drives the en
When the nervous system ls run
down, the machinery of the body
works badly. Grape-Nuts food can
fte used, by small children as well as
?Ctilts. It is perfectly cooked and
r.eady?for Instant use.
Read "The Road to Wellville," ID
/pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Eve* read the above ietier? A new
?me appear* from time to time. They
*w gpawiae, true and fail of hUBiaa
By dressing the lower half of a
.ence post, In order to remore all the
jplinters, and then alloting. It to dry
till perfectly seasoned, ''will greatly
prolong its life. After being dressed
is much of the post should be dipped
In coal tar as it is to be/ir?der the
ground. If the part above* ground is
painted with white Lead the length of
life Is almost doubled.-American
CARE OF THE HARNESS.
The harness should receive the
?est of care. Wash with castile soap
and hang up to dry. . Before en
tirely dry, take a tub and fill lu sev
eral inches of machine oil and dip all
parts, of thc harness, so as to cover
well with oil, giving the leather tim?
io get saturated. Then hang thi
oieces over the tub to drip. . Finally
rub ali parts with a flannel cloth.
Rats or mice will not gnaw at har
ness that has been thus treated with
machine oil.-American Cultivator.
A HILL SIDE CHICKEN COOP.
Every year during the breeding
reason thousands of chicks are stunt
ed and dwarfed by being overcrowd
ed in undesirable coops. At the start
?hese coops are all right for fifteen or
'.wenty-five chicks, but as the chicks
irow larger and the weather becomes
ivarmer their condition is anything
out- healthful and conducive to rapid
ievelopment, especially when tke
:oop is closed at night. ?
I have adopted the plan of substi
tuting a large roosting coop for each
Lhirty or forty chickens as soon as
Coop Level Placed on Side Hill.
they are large enough to roost,
writes a correspondent of New Eng
land Homestead. This is made from
i dry goods box four feet long, three
feet wide and three feet high. The
front and bottom are removed. Two
strips are nailed perpendicular on
the front corner projecting one foot
jelow the bottom of tue box. This
1 raises, the front and gives the roof
the necessary pitch when facing a
' down hill position. Two strips nailed
?on each side form a support for
perches which are fastened together
by. cross pieces so all may be re
moved at _ one operation to be
W? move this coop twice a week
and lt ls always clean and fresh. The
open front and bottom seem a little
risky, considering the possibility of
wandering cats, rats "or weasles. But
I we are willing to run some ris'is if
I we can fill our own and custoru'V
pens ia the fall with large, robust
stock. This one plan has enabled us
to produce Orpingtons well up to
standard size, which some fail to do.
The accompanying sketch of coop
will explain itself.
WHAT WE WANT TQ KNOW.
"A heavy application of manure
I alone gave slightly larger yields of
I mixed hay at the first and second cut
tings than a combination of a smaller
I amount of manure and potash. Dur
ing the sixteen years this experiment
has been in progress the average
yields of ten crops of corn and six of
hay have been greater on the larger
amount of manure alone, but not suf
ficiently greater to cover the extra
outlay at a cost of $5 per cord for
the manure." This nugget of experi
ence from the Massachusetts station
represents the kind cf work that
means much to farmers.
PREVENTIVE FOR TUBERCULOSIS
A new way of getting rid of tuber
culosis among dairy cattle is suggest
ed by an English authority. He notes
that some members of .the herd seem
to be fairly proof against the disease,
and that the quality of resistance is
transmissible to the offspring. He
reasons that by selecting auimals
which combine this power of resis
tance of tuberculosis with other desir
able points it will be possible to
build up a strain of any of the leading
breeds which would be practically
proof against the disease under ordi
nary conditions. Fame and fortune
await the breeder who could , bring
about these results.-American Cub
REMEDY FOR SHEEP TICKS.
Prof. James Law recommends for
scab and sheep ticks a wash com
posed of tobacco, sixteen pounds; oil
ot tar, three parts; soda wash,
twenty pounds; soft soap, four
pounds; water, fifty gallons; boil the
tobacco and dissolve the other agents
in a few gallons of boiling water,
then add water to make up the fifty
gallons. This will suffice for fifty
sheep. Each sheep is kept in the
wash for three minutes. One pound
of tobacco steeped in five or six gal
lons of water is an effective cure. I
The lambs and newly shorn sheep |
are to be immersed in the decoction.
Tobacco smoke is sometimes rec
ommended, but it is difficult to make
the application sufficiently thorough.
To apply this, nothing is better than
the patent bee smokers. The smoke
should be perfectly applied at least
three times, at intervals of a week, j
that the pupae may all develop and
the successive broods bc killed.
Siberia contains one-ninth pf all
the land on the globe. Great Britain
and all Europe, except Russia, to
gether with the whole of the United
States, could be enclosed within its
The most recent church census ol
this country/ shows forty demonina
lions, with 151,731 ministers, 210,
1?19 churches and 32.SS3.156 mern
The prices of vessels in England
are reported to be fifteen per cent
lower than a year ago.
Federation of Women's Clubs.
Greenville,. S. C., Special.-The
Woman's Federation .of Clubs is
meeting in Greenville this weejs, and
there are one hundred delegates in
Bomb Throwing in Russia.
Moscow, By Cable.-An unsuccess
ful attempt was made to assassinate J
Governor Voronesh Wednesday. A
bomb hurled at his carriage, as hs
drove through the streets-with his |
wife, missed the vofeio}9 (ind killed a
Evidence of Wholesale Murder
ROBBERY A PROBABLE MOTIVE
A Grewsome Murder Mystery Comes
to Light When Five Murdered
Bodies Are Unearthed in the Tard
of the Home of Mrs. ..Gunness,
Who, With Her Three Children,
Was Burned to Death Last Tues
Laporte, Ind., Special.-One of the
most grewsome murder mysteries
iver unearthed in this section of the
sotmtry came to light when the
bodies of five persons, all of them
murdered, were found in the yard of
ihe home of Mrs. Belle Gunness, who,
irith three of her children, was hum
id to death on the night of April
So far, only two of the bodies have
Seen identified. These are Andrew
Seldgr?n, who came to this city
from Aberdeen S. D., for the pur
pose of marrying Mrs. Gunness,
trhose acquaintance he had made'
through a matrimonial bureau. The
Jther is that of Jennie Olsen Gun
?ess, a Chicago girl, who had been
idopted by Mrs. Gunness. She dis
ippeared in September, 1906, and it
WSLS said had gone to Los Angeles
io attend school. The other bodies
leere those of two men and a woman.
NTone of them has been as yet identi
The body of Heldgren was dis
membered and the arms, legs, trunk
and head were buried in different
parts of the yard.
It is believed by the authorities
that Guy Lamphere, who has been
ander arrest since the burning of the
Uunness home, on the charge of mur
iering Mrs. Gunness and her family,
jommitted the Heldgren crime.
LampEere is a carpenter and the
a?anner in which the body of Heldg
ren was dismembered leads to the
belief that it was done by somebody
familiar with the use of a saw.
In some quarters it is believed that
Mrs. Gunness may have known some
thing of the murders of the five peo
ple. There have been rumors that
Jennie Olsen Gunness had knowledge
>f the manner in which the first hus
band of Mrs. Gunness came to his
leath in Chicago. Little is known,
however, on this subject.
It is known that Heldgren had
loaned $1,500 to Mrs. Gunness and
that he had another $1,500 in his
Dossession just prior to his death.
lt is believed that he was killed by
Sirs. Gunness or by Lamphere or by
both of them in order to procure the
gash he had and to avoid the neces
sity of repaying the loan he had
CONDITION OF THE COTTON
?he Season Has Opened Bather
Favorable With A Few Set-Backs.
The Cotton Crop Report issued by
Messers. W. F. Klumpp and Co.,
lotton merchants, of New Orleans, is
Sptimistic in tone and gives a fair
summary of the state of the crop to
sate, the report says:
The Cotton Acreage for 1908 as
Indicated from the most reliable re
ports, shows an average increase of
shout 8 per cent, over 1907, and in
consequence of the unusually favor
able weather for farm work, so far
this season, the tendency in all sec
tions has been to plant more cotton
than last year.
The use of Fertilizers has been
liberal in all districts, and with the
splendid weather up to within the
past week, the crop has made rapid
Recent reports from sectiono of
Oklahoma, North and West Texas,
show the crop suffered lately, from
jool weather and excessive rainfall,
tausing overflows in thc bottom
lands,, still there is ample time with
dry weather to replant any part of
the crop damaged.
Taking the condition as whole the
prospects so far. arc good and the
outlook in general favorable.
"The Awakening of China,"
New York, Special.-Picturing the
progress of the Celestial Empire to
ward Western civilization, Wu Ting
fang, minister *of China to the United
States, in an address on "The Awak
ening of China." at the Civic Forum,
at Carnegie Hall, declared that the
moment China becomes strong enough
after her awakening to protect her
sovereign rights the far Eastern ques
tion will have been solved. Minister
Wu was introduced as "The fore
most leader of the new effort in
China," by General Stewart L.
Woodford, chirman of the meeting.
Woman Arrested on a Serious Charge
Spartanhurg, S. C., Special.-Sallie
Croft, colored, who is wanted in
Greenville on the charge of infanti
cide, was arrested in this city and de
livered into the custody of Special
Officer Kitchens, who arrived in the
city for the woman. The prisoner is
accused of destroying her infant',
throwing it into a patch of woods on
the outskirts of Greenville.
Lawler Elected Mayor.
St. Paul, Minn., Special.-Daniel
Lawler, the Democratic nominee for
mayor of St. Paul, was elected over
Joseph McKibbin, Republican, by an
estimated plurality of about 3,000.
Returns from 89 of the 113 precincts
in the city gave Lawler 12,299 votes
and McKibbin "9,930. Partial re
turns indicate the election of Louis
Betz, Democrat, for comptroller, and
Otto Bremer, Democrat, for treasurer,
by safe majorities.
The Crop Roport.
Washington, Special.-The crop
reporting brcau of the Department
of Agriculture in a statement places
the total area of wheat standing May
?, at twenty-nine milions and a half.
This is a million acres less than last
year. Thc average condition of win
ter wheat is 89 per cent, of normal,'
and of that of rico 90.3 per oent. On
sixty per cent of the total aoreafre
ibo contemplated naring plowing li
??parted dos?. ' ' .
I LateJSfeikVj jj
j In 'Brief <A jj
I MINOR MATTERS OF INTEREST Si
* The House added to the Sundry
<iyil Appropriation bill. .
Publishers will testify before the
5aper Trust inquirers.
The national conference of Jewish
Charities began in Richmond.
A new grand jury to investigate
he Ice Trust has been granted.
The town of Fredricksburg, Vir
rinia voted out saloons in an election
Governor Johnson announced he
vould run as head of the ticket only,
refusing to accept the Yice-Presi
lency. . ?
' The present Congress has broken
ill records by passing bills for over
i billion dollars.
The convention of%e" St, Vincent
le Paul Society began in Richmond
-vith a mass at St. Peter's Cathedral.
Rev. JJr. J. S. Foster, of Petersburg
was called to the pastorate of the
First Presbyterian Church of New
Ed. Callahan, Hargis' feud partner,
was probably fatally wounded by his
brother-in-law, who was in turn kill
ed by Callahan's son.
Harry K. Thaw is temporarily oui
ii Matteawan Asylum, pending thc
hearing of his case.
Union Pacific stockholders will b<
asked to ratify an issue of $100,000,
000 bonds to cover improvements and
other financial needs.
The Aineican l?eet reached Sar
Francisco Wednesday and was greet
ed with a magnificent ' welcome bj
the citizens and thousands of visitors
who aurncd but to honor the arrival
Six railroads entering Chicago wen
fined $13,150 for vioratting the 2S
hour cattle law. .
Growers in the Ohio burley tobacct
district are said to be in terror ol
H. H. Rogers and James Stillmar
filed answers in the Government rail
road merger suit denying the aile
Irwin A. Lewis was^ sentenced ir
West Chester, Pa., to hang for thi
murder of his stepdaughter.
Senator Raynor asked for an in
quiry for Col. William F. Stewart
the exiled artilleryman, like th?
Taft has 365. delegates and seems
to be in .sight of the nomination
Bryan is far in the lead in the Demo
Corporations -Commissioner Smiti
arraingns the New York Cotton Ex
change for its method of "fixed dif
ferences" in cotton speculation.
Col. William F. Stewart is said t<
have repeatedly asked for a fail
court of inquiry, but has been re
fused. Senator Raynor has taken ut
The new Southern . Methodist
Church at Covington was dedicated.
Wright Bros., will try their nc^
flying machine at Nag's Head thu
Charged with burning the trestle
over the Big Bayou, the property ol
the Pensacola" Electric Company.
President G. C. McCain Henry Fil
lingim and John Malone, -of th?
Amalgamated Association of Street
Railway Employes, were arrested OD
warrants issued by the county cir
At a meeting of the stockholden
of the Union ' Pacific Railway at
which 76 per cent, of the stock was
represented, the directors were au
thorized to issue $100,000,000 ii
bonds for improvement of the systen
and for the purchase of the Kansai
and Western and Topeka and Noth
The steamer Trenton sank at th?
warf at Alexandria and the 40 pas
sengers had to, swim for their lives
The baby son of Murray Posey, ol
Brooklyn, N.. Y., was drowned.
With their bodies badly manglec
by a train Walter Montgomery anc
Charles Brown, colored, were founc
dead beside si .main line of the Sou
thern Railway 'tracks at the Yadkir
river, two miles north of Spencer
early Tuesday morning.
Miss genevieve Eaton jumped
from the late Senator Camden's au
tomobile at Parkersburg and maj
Atlanta is wrestling with the prob
lem of allowing, regulating or pro
hibiting the sale of a new drink call
ed "near beer," which has attainer.'
to wonderful' popularity since th?
State went dry last January.
Senator Joseph W. Bailey was sue
cessful in the Texas primary by i
majority of about 25,000.
The New Aveline Hotel, For:
Wayne, Ind., was destroyed by fin
and a dozen or more persons los;
The threatened trolley strike ir
Cleveland was postponed by an offej
Six persons lost their lives anc
four others " were seriously injured
in a tenement house 'fire of myster
ions origin ?t Williamsburg, N. Y.
Mrs. William Thaw, mother ol
Harry K. Thaw, is said to believe hin
sane and wants to t. ke him to Eu
Panama is said to be trying to em
broil Venezuela and Colombia.
The- native plot in Caleutta is
said to have included a conspiracy t(
kill General Kitchener.
A total of 120 persons returninc
from church were drowned in th?
river Dnieper. Russia when the over
loaded boat capsized.
Hearing on Big Fine.
Chicago, Special-Hearing of th?
appeal of the Standard Oil Company
from the famous big fina of $29,000,
000 imposed by Jud?c Landis com
menced Thursday.- Thc hearing wil
probably occupy several days.
lflt~_- . ... _^?sy3&
Short in Hia Accounts.
Greenville, S. C., Special. - Th?
grand jury in the General Session;
Court rehired true bills in two case
against Mr. J. S. Richardson, Jr., :
young man who was until severa
months ago Southern express agen
in this city. Mr. Richardson is charg
ed with a shortage in his accounts o:
several thousand dollars. He is nov
out of the city, but it is understood
1 hat he winsome hero and give bond
Tho casfj will not corns up at th'l
TAPE WORMS IN SHEEP.
Tape worms are often very trouble
some in the fleck o? sheep, especially
among the lambs. It does not tako
them very lon? io spread over the
entire flock, causing deaths In rapid
succession. In reply to a query as
to the best way to get rid ol this
pest, the Breeders' Gazette says:
Tape wonna are the cause of death.
After fasting give each Iamb in four
ounces of new milk the following
medicine: Oil of male fern, 1-2 dram;
powdered aroca nut, one dram; tur
pentine, one dram; mix. Follow with
a dose of castor oil. In drenching
lambs set patient on rump and give
the medicine from a bottle to the
neck of which is attached a four-inch
length of rubber hose. It ls always
safest to dose one or two lambs ex
perimentally, note results and decrease
or increase dose as found necessary
in treating rest of flock. For adult
sheep, twice the above amount..
People Tell Each Other About Good
Twelve years ago few people in the world
knew of such a preparation as a Powder
for the Feet. To-day after the genuine
merit of Allen's Foot-Ease has been told
year after year by one gratified person to
another, there are millions who would as
Roon go without a dentifrice as without
Allen's Foot-Ease. It is a cleanly, whole
some, healing, antiseptic powder to be
shaken into the shoes, which has given rest
and comfort to tired and aching feet in all
parts of the world. It cures while you
walk. Over 30,000 testimonials of cures of
smarting, swollen, perspiring fe?t. It pre
vents friction and wear of the stockings
and wiU save in your stocking bill ten
times its cost each year. Imitations pay
the dealer a larger profit, otherwise, you
would never be offered a substitute when
you ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, the original
powder for the feet. Imitations are not
advertised because they are not permanent.
For everj' genuine article there are many
imitations. The imitator has no reputation
to sustain-the advertiser has. It utands
lo reason that the advertised article is thc
best, otherwise the public would not buy it
and the advertising could not be continued.
When you ask for an article advertised in
this paper, see that you get it. Refuse
There is a superstition that it ls
very unlucky for a woman to whls
*e" It arises from an old tradition
that while the nails of our Lord's
cross were being forged, a woman
stood by and whistled, and, curiously
enough, comparatively few women
ever whistle.-Home Notes.
AT A CRITICAL TIMK.
Women Are Likely to Suffer With
Dangerous Kidney Disorders.
Airs. John Kirk, R. F. D~. No. 2, De
troit, Mich., says: "Fiv? years ago at
a critical time of life
I was on the verge of
a collapse with kid
ney troubles, back
ache, dizziness, puffy
dropsy swellings and
I lost flesh and felt
languid, nervous or
unstrung all the time.
As my doctor did not help me, I be
gan using Doan's Kidney Pills. In a
few weeks all these symptoms left
me. I now weigh 163 pounds and
feel in excellent health."
Sold by all dealers. GO cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
"Did she make you feel at home
when you called on her husband?"
"She certainly did!"
"You had a nice time, eh?"
"Oh, I didn't say that, my dear
Deafhcsti Cannot Be Cnred
3ylocal applications as theycannot rv ach the
lia eased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by consti
tutional remedies. Deafness is caused byan
inflamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or imper
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed
Ceaf ness is tho result, and unless the inflam
mation can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten
are caused by cata rr h. which is no t hi n gin: t a n
inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for an j
t&se of Deaf ness (caused byentarrh) that can
dotbs caredbyEaJl's (Catarrh Cure. Send for
tirculars free. F.J.CirENEY & Co.,Toledo,0
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
NO SUCH LUCK.
"And do you sell these beautiful
thoughts of your soul for mere dol
lars!" she exclaimed.
"Nope," said the poet, sorrowfully.
"I seldom get more than 50 cents fov
It is not a disgrace to fail, but it
is a crime not to try again.
The time to complain about paint
ls before the painter applies it. The
man who puts up the money should
not shirk the responsibility of choos
ing the paint. True, the painter
ought to know paint better than ihe
banker, the professional man or the
merchant. The trouble is, the house
owner too often deliberately bars the
competent and honest painter from
the job by accepting a bid which he
ought to know would make an honest
Secure your bids on the basis of
National Lead Company's pure White
Lead and pure Linseed Oil and see
that you get these materials.
No one need be fooled by adulter
ated white lead. A blowpipe testing
outfit ill be mailed to anyone inter
ested in paint.
Address, National Lead Company,
Woodbridge Building, New York City.
There is little to be feared from
the fellow who is mad. The fellow
who is in a good humor is the dan
To Drive Out Malaria and Build Up
Take tho Old Standard GROVE'S TASTE
LESS CHILL TONIC. YOJ know what you
are taking. The formula is plainly printed
on every bottl?, showing it is simply Qui
nine una Iron in a tasteless form, and the
most effectual form. For grown people
and children, 50c.
Don't he afraid to play the game
honestly. Honesty always wins out.
PITS, St. Vitua'Dance :N ervons Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. S3 trial bottle and treatise free.
Or. H. it. Kline, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa
Don't be afraid to do more than ir
required of you.
Refaced the Queen's Invitation.
Madame Antoinette Sterling, the
American singer, once unconsciously
committed a breach ot etiquette,
which is recorded in the son's re
cent memoir of his mother. Queen
Victoria commanded Madame Sterl
ing to sing before her. Without any
thought of offending, the singer re
plied simply that she was sorry, but
on the evening designated she was
engaged to sing for a charity; she
would be pleased to sing for her maj
esty the next week.
The consternation among court of?
flcials was great. What would have
happened if the singer had not been
prevailed upon to break her engage
ment and comply wi.h the queen's
behest only a Lord Chamberlain
Even a Lord Chamberlain could
not prevail on her-to break her rigid
resolution against wearing a low
dress it a concert, ard court cus
tom had td yield to her.
The queen took unconscious re
venge on the American by present
ing her with a tea serviez, for Mad
ame Sterling kept all her life a child
ish resolution never to drink tea be
cause the spilling of the tea in Bos
ton barbor was the symbol of Ameri
can defiance of England.
Thomas Young and Frauch Hurley,
who were employed in Dnieper Book
er Mine on Brier creek, in West Vir
ginia, were caught by a fall of slate
and killed. Both had been married
hut a short time.
LITTLE BOY KEPt SCRATCHING.
Eczema Lasted 7 Years-Face was All
Kaw - Skin Specialists Failed,
But Cuticura Ent-cted Cure.
"When my little boy wa3 six weeks old.
an eruption broke out on bis face. I took
him to a doctor, but his face kept ou get
ting worse until it got so bad that no one
could look at him. His whole face was one
crust and must have been very painful. He
scratched day and night until his face was
raw. Thea I took him to all the best
specialists in skin diseases, but they could
not do much for him. The eczema got ?
his arms and legs and we cculd not get a
night's sleep in months. I got a set of
Cuticura Remedies and he felt relieved the
first time I used them. I gave the Cuti
cura Remedies a good trial and gradually
the eczema healed all up. He is no\v seveu
years old and I think the trouble will
never return. Mrs. John ?. Klumpp, 80
Niagara St., Newark, N. J., Oct. 17 and
Some men just wont foot a bill
Hicks* Capudine Cures Nervousness,
Whether tired out, worried, overworked, or
what not. It refreshes the brain and
nerves. It's Liquid and pleasant to take.
10c, 25c, and 50c, at drug stores.
Steel is gradually supplanting wood
In constructive work, wherever prac
ticable, especially .in frame work. In
these days, says the Richmond Times
Dispatch, no railroad company thinks
of building a wooden bridge or per
manent trestle. Some of the roads
are even building their cars of steel,
and .they will inevitably come to
steel ties by and by.
When you see a man advertising
his virtues it's to keep your atten
tion off his real character.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Uauaren
tion, allays pain, c. .res wind colic, 25c a bottls
Don't be afraid to change a man's
opinion, but be careful how you do^ it.
Garfield Tea is of particular benefit to
those subject to rheumatism and gout! It
.purifies-the blood, cleanses the system and
eradicates di6eafie. Drink before retiring.
A green winter makes a fat church
Ask Your Dealer For Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powdur. It restB the feet. Cures Corns,
Bunions,Swollen, Sore,Hot,Callous, Aching
Sweating Ptet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's
Foot-Eat>e makes new or tight shoes easy. At
all Druggists and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ac
cept no (substitute. Sample mailed Fnas.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy. N. Y.
We have a right to our opinion,
pleads the Mobile Register, of any
young man who wili let a sweet, mod
est girl do the proposing, because it
happens to be leap year.
This woman .says that sick
women should not fail to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound as she did.
Mrs. A. Gregory, of 2355 Lawrence
St., Denver, CoL, writes to Mrs.
" I was practically an invalid for six
fears, on account of female troubles,
t underwent an operation by the
ioctor's advice, but in a few months I
iras worse than before. A friend ad
vised Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and it restored me to perfect
health, such as I have not enjoyed in
many years. Any woman suffering as
X did with backache, bearing-down
pains, and periodic pains,should not fail
io use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
ci?n, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, dizziness or nervous proscration.
Why don't you try it ?
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick
women to write her for ad vic .
She has guided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
If you are in pain, yoi
adapted to womanly ills, and
drugs that act in a medici
.relieve womanly pain, and pr
has been found to build stren
erable women of all ages,
beer* very sick, until I took C
ffRm FOR FRB BOQI
Is ?ta Catarrh Remedy, or a Ton!,
or is it Both?
Borne people- oaH Panma a great tonic. Otnera refer to Psnma aa a
Whiuli of these people are righi? Ia ifc more propar to call Ponms a
tarrh remedy than to call it a tonio?
Our reply ia, that Penma ic berth, s tonie and a eataxxn?emedy. ' lade
there can be no effectual catarrh remedy that ia not apostolic
In order to iJieronghly relieve any ease di catarrh, aiesiody mustsoti
have a speoifio action on the mnoons membranes affected hy tike catarrh, ]
must have a general tonio action on tho nervous system.
Catarrh, even in persona who aro otherwise strong, ia a weakanefi
tion of aome mncona membrane. There must be sometfdng to atreagthm
circulation, to give tone to the arteries, and to raise the vital ibices.
j Perhaps no vegetable remedy in the world has attracted co Brock i
from medical writers aaHYTjEASTlS CA??ADE3BIS. The wonderful ?j
of thia herb has been recognized many years, and is graateg ia its
upon the medical profession. When joined with C??BEBS :snd COP.
trio of medical agenta ia formed in Perana which coastitetUBB sped?o
edy for catarrh that in tho present state of medical progresa cann?t ho
proved upon. This action, reinforced hy auch renowned taafes as ?Q]
SOSIA CAHADEBBIf?, C0EYDA1I3 F02&GSA and 0E?S)H SSED,
to make thia compound an ideal remedy for catarrh in all ita stages rad "
i- tile body.
From a theoretical standpoint, therefore, Poru?a is beyond t*H3ntom
use of Perrina, confirms thia opinion. Numberless testimoiiala from
quarter of the earth furnish ample evidence that this judgment is
enthusiastic. When practical experience confirma a well-grounded ~
result is a truth that cannot he shaken.
Manufactured by Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus,
Pemna is sold by your local .druggist. Buy a bottle today.
Don't bo afraid to give your fel
low-workman a boost where you can.
Generosity shows a man's character.
J. It. Maxwell. Atlanta, Ga., says:
suffered agony with a severe ces2 of ecze
ma. Tried six di lloren t remedies r.nd was
La despair, when ? neighbor told me to try
?.huptrine'a TSTTIBIX?. After using f 3
worth ot your TSTTSBIHS and soap I am
completely cared. I onnnot say too mach ia
ita pralsa." TsTTi^urs at druggists or by
mall 50c. Soap ?60. J. T. BHUPTBIRS,
Dept. A, Savannah, Ga.
Time to Take Precautions.
The sexton of a "swell colored
church" in Richmond was closing the
windows one blustering Sunday morn
ing during service when he was beck
oned to the ?}de of a young negress,
the widow of a certain Thomas.
'.Why is yo' shetthV dose winders,
Mr. Jones?" she demanded In a
hoarse whisper. "De air in dis church
is suffocatln' now!"
"It's de minister's orders," replied
the sexton, obstinately. "It's a cold
to take no chande of losln' any o'
de lambs of dis fold while dere's a
day, Mis' Thomas, an' we ain't goln'
big debt overhangin' dis church. -
rr BOY PAfilifR^
PAI NT QUALITY;
. - i <eii? i * *
IT IS FOUND ONCfON
rca snffor from-Fita, Falling Bidrceai or
Spasms, or have Children that do 10, my
New Discovery and Treatment
will give thom Immediate relief, and
all 70a aro asked tc do ia to scud for
a Free Bottlo of Or. May's
OompiloswithFood andDragnAct of Congres:
Jnne 30th 1005. Completo directions, also te*
timoniols ot CUIIE?, otc, FREE by m.iil.
Zxprus Prepaid. Giro AGE ead full ad dr isa
f>. H. BAT, M. 0., S4B Pearl Sinai, Riv York.
20 MULE TEA!
IN A NEW PACKAj
Most economical to bay. All i_
the packape tops; each are werta 12 <
exchnnnro for presents. Premium Li
PACIFIC COAST BORAX CO., 2f,
THE DAISY FLY KILLER etJ
flieg and uToroa comfort CO OT ci y Aoum-md
n A.COLD 60MEU3, 149 DtJlslb IT?.,
Don't be afraid of honest compe
tition. It's competition that makes
success worth while.
Free Cure for Rheu
matism, Bone Pain
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures the worst
cases ot Rheumatism, bone pains, swollen
muscles and joints, by purifying thc blood.
Thousands of rases cured by B. B. B. after
all other treatments failed. Price 61.00 per
taree bottle at ding stores, with complete
directions for home treatment. Large sample
free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
DOVE-TAILED PUTTY LOCK
No builder oan afford to wea tt
kind TTlien he can get tba Putrjl
Saab Just as cheap. Fer?alo by ?
ALWAYS MENTION THIS
AV Ii ?J n AI -ri il nc AdvcrtlaerrJ
buying Articles advertised IL
columna luke only the GKNDIJ
DECLINE ALL SUBSTT
Tlie Wonderful Remedy, Sent Fie!
DR. SMITH CHEMICAL CO., ol? Market, J
If afflicted >
SHOES AT ALL
rPRICES. FOR EVERY
Mt.fri BER OFTHE FAMILY,
MEN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN.
??Sa> Wm L. Douglas makam and adla mora *
men'e $2.30, $3.00andSS.BOahoea
than any other manufacture* In tho,
J&ST' world, bocauso they hold their
ahape, flt better, wear longer, and
trcrto. aro of greater value than any other a
n shoos (n the world to-day.
W. L Douglas $4 ann $5 Gilt Edge Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At Anj Price
09- CAtJT to ci. W. L. BonglAS name and price. s stamped ou bottom. Trike BTo Sal
Sold by the best ihoe dealers evcrywUere. Shoe* malled from fartory to any part ot the wor
tmtMi Ot?a?o? free 'a anv addreu. **7- tu DOUGLAS, Brockton,
Mal will convince
will relieve soreness and
stiffness quicker and easier
than any other preparation
sold for (-har purpose .
lt penetrates ro the bone,
quickens the blood, drives
away fatigue and gives strength1
and elasticity ro the'muscles
Thousands use Sloanes Liniment
for rheumatism, neuralgia, toothache
sprains, contracted muscles,.stiff
joints, cuts, bruises, burns, cramp^
or colic and insect stings
PRICE 25*,50*. 6*1.00 f?
ONT etre.ch your shoes into COB*,
. with your feet. Weer ehceff tlytt Si ;
feet. SKKEEMER F1IOC9 ?t from thc start, b??
we make them on a scientific principle of loot sU
i UT-. Lsok for the label. If yon <2o not, lind these" ti
i cadi ly virile us for directions how to secure them.
i should remember that there is a remedy, especially
should take Cardui. Cardui is composed of vegetabl*
na! manner upon the womanly constitution, lt wil
event its recurrence.
gth, to revitalize, and restore to health, weak, sick, ir?s-.
Mary Bagguley, of Syracuse, N. Y., wrote:. "I bid
Cardui. Now I am a strong woman." Try it.
T Write for Free W-p*so Bock for Wc?sr., tMnz eyap?o?s, es. wes, h?e? trUbSCfit ?Ad
I valuable hints cn diet, ucreiecs, etc. Sec* free sn t?u?t Itt s??ia Wtpper. Bft?
?ii prewW. IMizv' Mvitory DtgUTfaa CH?ttftcocgi &?tt?:lae Ce, CStttMtoaffcTtftg.