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MY OWN FAMILY USE
HON. GEORGS W. HONEY.
Hon. George W. Honey, National Chap
Iain U. V. if., ex-Chaplain Fourth Wiscon
sin Cavalry, ex Treasurer State o? Wiscon
sin, and ex-Quartermaster General State of
Texas G. A.-K., writes from 1700 First St.,
N. E., Washington. D. C., as follows:
"I cannot too highly recommend your
preparation for the relief of catarrhal
troubles in their various forms.
Some members of my own family have used
it with most gratifying results. When
other remedies failed. Yeruna proved
most efficacious and I cheerfully certify
to its curative excellence."
Mr. Fred L. Hebard, for nine years a
leading photographer of Kansas City.
Mo., located at the northeast corner of
12th and Grand Aves., cheerfully gives
the following testimony: "It is a proven
fact that Paruna will cure catarrh and
la grippe, and as a tonic it has no
equal. Druggists have tried to make me
take something else 'just BB good/ but
Peruna is goba enough for me.
Pe-ru-na In Tablet Form.
For two years Dr. Hartman and his as
sistants have incessantly labored to create
Peruna in tablet form, and their strenuous
efforts have just been crowned with suc
cess. People who object to liquid medi
cines can now secure Peruna tablets, which
represent the solid medicinal ingredients
Peruna is sold by your local drug
gist. Buy a bottle today.
Failure in laudable attempt is far
from being a thing to be ashamed of.
Property owners should know how
to prove the purity and Quality ot
white lead, the moat Important paint
ingredient, before paying for it. To
all who write, National Lead Co.
the largest manufacturers of pure
white lead, send a free outfit wltb
which to make a simple and sure test
of white lead, and also a free book
about paint. Their address is Wood
bridge Bldg., New York City.
The ash borrows poison from the
Hicks' Cnpudlno Cures Nervousness,
Whether tired out, worried, sleeplessness
or what not. It quiets and refreshes brain
and nerves. It's liquid and pleasant to
take. Trial bottle 10.\ Regular sizes 25c
and 50c., at druggists.
Fools rush in where angels fear
TE TTE KI ME-A RELIABLE CUBE.
THTTEEINX is a sure, sate and speedy cure
for eczema, tetter, skin and scalp diseases
and i tabing piles. Endors?! by physicians;
Sraisod by thousands who hare used lt.
ragraat, soothing, antiseptic. 60a. at
druggists or by mail from J. T.SHCPTBIXB,
Dept. A, Savannah, Ga.
OLD COPY OP MARYLAND GA
? ?.? ZETTE.
City Librarian Coyle recently found
among a.number of old papers in the
storeroom at the city hall copies of
the Maryland Gazette of April S to
15, 17?29. The paper, which is four
pages, 8 by 12 inches, was published
at Annapolis by William Parks.
They will he kept by Mr. Coyle.
J. J. Lear, Jr., is editor and T. D.
Hudson manager of The Covington
Dispatch, a new, bright, clean and
newsy seven column weekly just re
cently established. It bears all the
external evidences of a winner and
we believe it will prover to be one.
We hope so, anyway.- ~
. Pert Paragraphs..
Some people are so proud of their
hnjnility that they are constantly
committing indiscretions in order that
they may gracefully apologize for
Beautiful auburn hair with hints
of gold in it, is the kind possessed
by the rich man's daughter, and in
cidently the gold hinted at is. usually
in the'Jbank. .
N?x.'t? being able to deliver the
goods ranks- in ordinary competitive
life the ability to keep the other
fellow from making delivery.
You may retire an old horse after
long, service without its costing much,
but it is another thing to retire an
Notice that most of he men who
are stading pat have comfortable
There are people who will take
anything; and if nothing more sub
stantial is lying about they are sure
to take offense.
He gives twice who gives quickly.
. Fifteen acres of lumber yards were
burned at Saco and Biddeford, Maine.
Not Soo Much.
"Are your exercises benefiting you
"Yes; I am getting a fine muscular
"Giving exhibitions to your
"Well, I picked up a fifty-pound
cage of ice left by the iceman this
morning and swung it around as
though it had been a feather."
NOT WORRYING HIM.
"Wonder what that was we had for
breakfast this morning?" said the
wife to her husband on shipboard.
"Oh, is that troubling yon yet,
dear?-" replied ,.the husband, looking
rat?ward; "I ga?e-rt up- long ago!"
Yonkers State^s^^ -
If there really is ?any man who
knows all about it, he is one .that is
not saying anything on the subject.
If you ha.e nofc^?en a girl for a
year or more, V^?Bi don't know
whether to des crasher to an inter
ested friends frfcffibr bdtfmSte.
Absence makes T^e breakfast, tabie
more alluding and ti?e h?ni?'?bcd seem
a he^p softer.
Every millpr draws" ihe water to
bis own mill.-German. - -
THE NEWS IN BRIEF
Items of Interest Gathered By
Wire and Cable
GLEANINGS FR6M DAY TO DAY
,1478 Items Covering Events of More
or Less Interest at Home and
Rational Af airs.
The Wright aeroplane was wreck
ed at Fort Myer, Virginia, yesterday.
Lieut. Thomas Selfridge being fat
airy injured and Orville Wright's
hip and several ribs being broken.
By new methods of economy the
battleship fleet will save nearly
$100,000 worth of coal on its cruise.
Revenue and customs receipts are
rapidly increasing, showing an im
provement in the country's business.
Secretary Metcalf has run up
against an old law which limits in
uxease '<f navy-yard employes near
Judge Taft spoke three times Tues
day and formally opened his com
Bryan, in two speeches delivered
in Delaware, directly charged the
Republicans with relying on the con
tributions of the Steel Trust to elect
A number of Marylanders confer
red with Chairman Hitchcock on the
iitation in this State.
Democratic Vice Presidential can
didate Kern began his Western
A candidate of the Boston and
Maine Railroad was nominated for
Governor in New Hampshire.
According to the New York Press,
Wall street has picked Chanler as
the winner for Governor.
Governor Hughes was renominated
by the Republican State Convention
in New York at the dictum of Presi
Bryan made speeches in Delaware
and New Jersey, and in an interview
at Philadelphia declared Taft was
. Efforts for harmony were made in
the New York State Democratic Con
The Delaware Democratic ? State
Convention nominated a ticket, and
the "drys'-' talk of putting an op
position ticket in the field.
John Temple Graves, Independence
party candidate for Vice President,
challenged John W. Kern, his Demo
cratic opponent, to a joint debate.
The Republicans are represented
as feeling confident that they will
President Roosevelt wrote a letter
reiterating and elaborating the
Hearst charges against Governor
Haskell, that he was connected with
the Standard Oil scandals, and Colo
nel Bryan sent a long telegram to the
President demanding either proof of
the charges or immediate retraction.
Chancellor von Buelow welcomed
the Interparliamentary Union.
. It is thought that Great Britain
and Germany will stand together in
preventing extreme measures against
Castro by Holland.
Sven Hedin, the Norwegian travel
er, gave details about his trip
through unexplored Tibet.
Cardinal Vannutelli, the Papal Le
gate departed from London amid the
ringing of "God save the Pope."
The cholera continues to spread
rapidly in St. Petersburg.
The German Foreign Office has re
ceived the French-Spanish note on
Morocco-in a friendly spirit, but with
A plot to rob the Wachovia Bank
at Spencer. N. C., was discovered and
the principal plotter was jailed.
Night riders, have threatened cot
ton ginners at Shelby, N. C., and
Greenville, S. C.
Damage amounting to millions of
dollars and idleness of thousand's of
workmen have been caused by forest
fires in Pennsylvania.
The North Carolina postmasters
held a convention in Charlotte.
In a sham fight between four sub
marines and a cruiser the submarines
scored a completo victory.
E. H. Harriman says he favors an
increase in rail rates, not because he
needs it, but for the reason that it
would help the weaker lines.
The former Western manager of
the E. Mcllhenny Canning and Man
ufacturing Company, of Chicago, ask
ed for a receiver.
An effort is being made to briug
about an affiliation between the En
glish union of enginemen and fire
men and the American brotherhood.
The Great Council, Improved Or
der of Red Men, elected officers.
Emma Goldman, the woman anar
chist, is going on a lecturing tour cf
Judge Pritchard, in Richmond,
sustained his findings that the South
Carolina dispensary system is illegal.
Mrs. Edith Bebe, widow of a vic
tim of the Monoghan mine .disaster,
committed suicide in Buckhannon.
Norfolk has a mysterious child
Burton and Conquest, the negroes
convicted of rioting in Onacock, wen
granted new trials by the Supreme
Andrew carnegie has written a let
ter to the Interparlimentary Union
urging universal peace and assert
ing that Emperor William could
The Prince de Broglie has aban
doned his wife, an American woman
and their child and says he will siu
for divorce on Hie ground of infidel
Fish Secured From Government Car.
Gaffney. S. C., Special.-Some half
dozen Cherokee citizens were in thc
city to secure fish from the govern
ment fish car Wednesday. These gen
tlemen who have porn's and lakes at
their respective homes, are delighted
with the fine specimen of bass which
they received. The car, which is in
charge of Superintendent Canfield,
is thoroughly equipped for carrying
the fish and was the subject of much
curiosity while here.
HELD U? AND ROBBED
.C. E. Mangum, a Durham Liveryman
and Horse-Trader, Held Up Near
East Durham by Three White Men
and Besides Being Bobbed, Is Shot
Twice in Arm.
Durham, N. C., Special. - Late
Wednesday night C. E.- Mangum, a
liveryman and horse-trader of this
city, drove to police headquarters
with two pistol balls through his left
arm and a hole through his trousers,
made, he said, in a fight for his purse
of which he was robbed and with it
$3,700. Mangum had been to Raleigh
trading horses, collecting money and
foreclosing mortgages. The trip
through the country was made in a
single buggy and he was leading four
horses. Near East Kurham, under a
tree, three unmasked men ran out
and seizing him by the throat, took
his pistol from his belt, while, he
iqualled so as to alarm the neigh
borhood. The robbers tore his
clothes nearly oft and, securing his
purse, jerked him out of the buggy.
They opened fije upon him and of the
ten remembered shots he says he was
touched three times. The men ran
and were not identified. Mangum came
first to 'Squire Morton in East Dur
ham, about 10:30 and gave the alarm.
Sheriff Howard and all officers were
notified and began a search. He is
inclined to hot air, but the officers
say they have seen him recently dis
porting unusual amounts of money
and one policeman vouches for the
amount alleged to have been lost.
Springfield Rioter Found Not Guilty.
Springfield, 111., Special.-Abraham
Raymer, charged with leading the
mob that lynched William Donnegan,
a negro SO years old, during tha re
cent riots, was found not guilty. The
jury M'as out three hours and took
only one ballot. As soon as the ver
dict was announced Raymer grasped
the hand of each juror and made a
speech thanking them. This is the
first riot ease involving a total of
117 indictments. It was proved that
Raymer was a member of the mob
and the court held that any member
of the mob was guilty in the eyes
of the law. but the jury acted on the
lack of evidence to prove that Ray
mer had a hand in the actual lynch
Mayor Commits Suicide.
Tampa, Fla., Special.-In, the pres
ence of his wife, who had just told
I him good-bye, intending to begin pro
ceedings for divorce, Francisco Mi
lian, mayor of West Tampa, com
mitted suicide in a bedroom at his
residence Wednesday afternoon by
' placing the muzzle of a revolver in
his mouth and discharging two bul
lets through his brain. His wife
had decided to leave him and when
she said farewell, Millian replied: "It
is best to end everything now," and
suicided. Millian had served eight
terms as mayor of West Tampa, and
enjoyed the respect of all citizens.
He was a Cuban by birth. Louis
Millian, a son of the deceased, states
that he had made two atteprats to
commit suicide recently.
The Hains. Trial
New York, Special.-An extraor
dinary term of the Supreme Court in
Queens county was convened Mon
day with Justice Garret J. Garret
son presiding, to facilitate the trial
of the Hains brothers for the mur
der of William E. Annis. Attorneys
for Capt. Peter and T. Jenkins
Hains will likely attempt to delay
the trial as long as possible and it
is unlikely that the brothers "will
face judge and jury before next
month or November. The special
term of court was ordered by Gov
ernor Hughes in order that the
Hains brothers might be tried with
out unnecessary delay.
C?.se Goes Against B. & 0.
Baltimore, Special. - The applica
tion of the Baltimore & Ohio Rail
road r mpany for a preliminary in
junction to restrain the Interstate
Commerce Commission from enforc
ing an order relative to coal car dis
tribution was denied by the United
States Circuit Court here. The order
to which the railroad company ob
jected was one requiring the railroad
company to include so-called "pri
vate" and "foreign railway fuel"
cars in making up its percentage of
allotments of cars.
Cholera Invades Palaces.
St. Petersburg, Special.-Not only
has thc number of cases of Asiatic
cholera in this city increased, but the
disease has invaded the aristocratic
precincts of St. Petersburg. It has
even reached the winter palace, one
case having been discovered in the
seiwants' quarters of the palace, in
which extensive preparations are go
ing on in the expectation that the
Emperor and Empress will spend part
of the comiug season in the caDital.
Forest Fires Still Raging.
Rhinelander, Wis., Special.-Satuit
a lett' ment of half dozen homes,
three miles east of Rhinelander, was
destroyed by fire Tuesday. The set
tlers fled to Moens Lake, where they
are cared for. No loss of life has
been reported. Rhinelander is now
regarded as safe, and the fires have
been quieted by lack of wind.
PREPARE FOR CORN.
Ground should be prepared as tor
corn; the more thorough, the better
the results. When soys are small,
rabbits and ground hogs are very
fond of them. Have tb o small boy
look after these pests if they are
plentiful. They do not seem to care
for peas. When plants ar-? a few
inches high cultivate then a*, you
would corn, using narrow shovels,
giving as near level cultivation as
possible, ridging the dirt only to ibe
extent necessary to destroy weeds.
Unless the ground is foul and weeds
get the start of the plants in the
row. a one-horse steel harrow will
do the rest of the cultivating. Last
year we used the regular cultivator
once and the harrow once and had
a clean field and a good crop, but. an
extra trip or two with the harrow
would no doubt have been beneficial
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Bold Plot Overheard and the
Officers Get Busy
THE RINGLEADER IS ARRESTED
Proposed Robbery of Wachovia Loan
and Trust Company's Bank at
Spencer Frustrated by Plot Being
Divulged to Officers.
Spencer, N. C., Special.-Geo. Mur
phy, a young white man of Salisbury,
was arrasted Tuesday on a warrant
chnrging him with conspiracy; that
he with associates was preparing to
break into and rob the Wachovia
Loun and Trust Company at Spencer.
The proposed robbery, according to
Frank Woodard, another young white
man of Salisbury, originated with the
prisoner and two confederates, who
are strangers, about ten days ago.
Woodard took Chief Julian and
Capt. Frank Cauble into his confi
dence Tuesday of last week and told
them that Murphy had . approached
him and told him that about the
20th of the month the Wachovia
Bank at Spencer would have a big
pile of cash on hand with which to
cash the railroad checks, and that if
the necessary tools could be secured
there would be no difficulty in blow
ing the safe and making way with
the $50,000 or $60,000. The officers
immediately communicated this in
telligence to Mr. W. F. Snider, of
Salisbury, who put Cashier A. W.
Hicks, of the Spencer branch, on his
Woodard offered to verify the
statement and told the officers that
at a certain hour on the afternoon
following he would meet Murphy at
the corner of a warehouse used by
the Kesler Hardware Company, in
the rear of their hardware store and
discuss their plana Mr. Snider with
Mr. John Kesler entered the ware
house ostensibly for the purpose of
consumiaating a deal for a buggy at
the time appointed for the meeting
of Murphy and Woodward. They had
been there but a short while when
the two men met at the corner of the
warehouse. Mr. Kesler cautiously
crept to the corner of the warehouse
and in a crouching position, where
he could not be observed and within
two feet of the men, listened to their
conversation, all of which had to do
with the proposed robbery. Murphy
inquired of Woodard if he had got
all the tools and explosives needed,
and the latter replied that he would
be able to get them together on
short notice, Mr. Kesler says. Wood
ard then asked Murphy where his
pals, to whom ho had previously re
ferred, were and the latter replied
that he could locate them on short
With this much learned an extra
officer was put on the Salisbury force
to shadow Murphy, and the Spencer
bank was heavily guarded every
night. Monday night it was determin
ed to put an end to the suspense, how
ever, and when Chief J. R. Cruse,
of the Spencer police department,
went to Salisbury with a warrant in
which conspiracy was charged Mur
phy was promptly placed under
Owing to he fact that his two pals
could not be located the preliminary
hearing was postponed until later,
when a sensational trial is expected.
All the implements with which the
bank was to be entered and the safe
blown were exhibited in the city hall
They consisted among other things of
a jimmy, picks, powdar and fuses.
It is known that Murphy, who is
charged with haring robber other
banks, had five confederates, three of
whom were white and one colored.
It is stated that the plan of robbery
involved the buming of a dwelling
in a distant part of Spencer in order
to attract the attention of all who
were awake and that the vault was
to be blown at this hour. The negro
had been employed to fire the build
ing. The bank was heavily insured
against burglary, however, and there
would have been no loss even in the
event of the robbery.
The plot was one of the blackest
ever unearthed in this part of the
State and has created a sensation in
?both Spencer and Salisbury.
Returns to Washington
Washington, Special. - President
Roosevelt returned to Washington
from Oyster Bay at 5:55 o'clock
Tuesday evening. The special train
bearing the presidential party was
met at the station by many officials,
including members of the Cabinet,
anny and navy officers and others.
The President was the picture of
health and vigor as he alighted. Sec
retaries Wright, Metcalf, Straus,
Wilson and Postmaster-General Mey
er formed the centre of the group.
Rain Falls in Minnesota.
Duluth, Minn., Special.-Vessels
just arrived from the north shore of
Lake Superior report the forest fires
raging as fiercely as ever, and the
villages of Grand Rapids, L?tzen and
Tofte in great danger. The fires in
the vicinity of Bemidji have been
stayed or extinguished by a torrent
of rain, and there is no danger to
that city. Rain fell through most of
Will Reduce Wages.
Palmer, Mass.. Special-The 600
operatives employed at the cotton
mills of the Thorndike Company were
notified that a reduction of wages
will go into effect next Monday, and
that thc plant will go on a full-time
schedule on the same day. The mills
have been tunning only four dayt
a week since last. November. Thc
agent, Charles A. Tabor, said that
l.e was nuable to fri] tho amount ol
thc wag? rT1' "' ''"i"
For very shame, tne Czar cannot
return to methods and institutions
that. Abdul Hamid has discarded. To
civilization al large the event of pro
claiming the constitution at Constanti
nople, brings notable grounds for re
joicing, urges the New York Evening
-Post. It brings another refutation of
that gospel of Inferior and superior
races which has 'been made the basis
of the ^brutal ethics of Imperial con
quest and exploitation. Islam may
mle itself. Liberty and democracy
are not thp special gifts of the divine
ly endow*'! white European races.
Boil Your Clock.
Detach works from case, boil the
works 20 minutes In strong soap suds,
then boil in clear water five minutes,
dry in oven five minutes. Get 15 ceut
bottle of watch oil, use a splint from
whiskbroom dipped -in bottle; l-20th
drop of oil on all bearings, including
cog wheels. Your clock is cleaned and
oiled and will run as well as ever.
New York World.
Care of Children.
Healthy children have healthy
tastes and invariably are fond of .vege
tables and fruit. The craving for meat
which affects some children is morbid
and unnatural, and entirely an artifi
cial craving superinduced by improper
Small children need no meat what
ever, their dietary eshould consists of
milk, cereals, fruit and vegetables.
Eggs are good for children, but should
not be fried for them, but simply
boiled or poached, or eaten in the form
Children should very early be
taught to reject the skins, seeds and
pits of fruit, as they are exceedingly
indigestible and dangerous. The seeds
of lemons and oranges are especially
to be avoided, as they have sharp
ends which might easily perforate the
stomach or the intestines.
The skin of an apple or a pear is
very harmful and has been known,
when eaten, to bring on acute gas
tritis, which resulted fatally. The
skins of fruit are meant for the pro
tection of fruit and should no more be
eaten than the shell surrounding the
kernel of a nut, says the Family Doc
Cheese Cloth Uses.
Cheese cloth should be used more
commonly for household purposes than
it is. The material has the special
merit of being firm, yet so loosely wo
ven that grease comes out readily in
washing, thus it is more easily kept
clean than linen or crash, for which
it may many times be substituted. An
unbleached quality that costs not
more than five cents a yard is quite
as good for general use as more ex
The best kind of dishcloths are
made of it. The material should be
doubled, raw edges turned in and
stitched on the machine. This will
wear, and because it cleans so easi
ly is most sanitary for warm weather
In that it will not become saturated
and smell of grease. Rinsing in soap
and water will be all that is necessary
For nice furniture it is the best kind
of cloth for cleaning, and all cabin
etmakers keep three sets for work.
The first is used for applying the oil,
the second to rub it off, and the third
is the polisher. Similar treatment for
dining room tables will keep them in
the pink of condition.
^Cheese .cloth will save the daily use
of an egg in boiled coffee merely by
having small bags of the cotton kept
in the kitchen. Put the grounds into
one and twist the top around tight
with thread, a spool of which should
be handy for the purpose. The same
bag may be used many times. There
is nothing in the cleaning line for
which it is not good.
Windows and mirrors will never
have a speck of lint on their shining
surface if cheese cloth is used, and
for all kinds of work it will be found
Invaluable. A bag made of it should
always be kept in the kitchen fir
Tissue paper is another valuable^
household asset that all housekeepers
do net appreciate. All of it that comes
into the house should be saved.
Moistened with alcohol, it polishes
mirrors to perfection, and even dry
will make them shine. Silver, all hard
woods used for furniture, and steel,
also brass, if not badly tarnished, will
respond immediately to treatment
with tissue paper, and for packing of
all kinds it is most useful. Lace, silk
and al ribbons should alwaysi be
iron between two layers of it, for the
materials will not then be shiny.
Dried Apple Cake-Soak three
cups dried apples over night
in water to cover. Chop and mix
them with 3 cups molasses. Stew un
til almost solt, add ? cup seedless
raisins and stew a little longer. Cool
and add three cups flour, 1 cup but
ter, 3 eggs, a teaspoon soda and a tea
spoon each of salt, cloves, cinnamon,
allspice and nutmeg. Makes 2 good
loaves and is delicious.
Plum or Dutch Pudding-Two
thirds cup lard and butter mixed, 1
cup fine bread crumbs, 1 cup granu
lated sugar, 1 cup sweet milk, 1-2 cup
raisins, 1-2 cup currants, 1 teaspoonful
salt, 1 teaspoonful cinnamon, 1-2 tea
spoonful nutmeg, 1-2 teaspoonful soda,
1 teaspoonful baking powder, 2 1-2
cups of flour; place in double- boiler or
steamer, and steam 3 hours, keeping
the water boiling all the time.
Baked Eggplant-Drop the egg
plant in hot water and simmer five
minutes; remove it, cut into halves
lengthwise, and take out the inside;
chop this, add an equal part of soft
bread crumbs, a small cup of chopped
nuts, and seasoning of salt and pep
per and a tablespoonful of butter cut
into bits. Heap thc two shells and
bake in a hot oven 20 minutes
basting with melted butter mixed with
Cinnamon Buns-1 pint of flour, 1
teaspoonful of salt, 1 tablespoonful bak
ing powder, 1 tablespoonful butter;
sufficient milk to make a dough you
can.knead. Mix flour, salt and baking
powder together, rub tho butter into
the flour and add milk. Turn out on
board and knead until smooth, roll
into a shoot about half inch thick,
spread willi molted butter, half cup
sugar, cinnamon and currants or rais
ins; roll tightly and cut in pieces
about two inches wide. Bake slowly
about 45 minutes.
"He is very clever, but evidently
far from a real genius."
?'What makes you think so?"
"Why, he is fairly punctual about
keeping his appointments."-Kansas
"Will you walk iuto my parlor?"
.Said the spider (o the Hy
' i .' . : i it
He winked the other eye.
"You haven't any parlor,"
Said the nifty fly, "although
I might consent to ramble.
Down through your bungalow."
Beauty gushes out of poetry in
great gobs when you see the author,
lacking a shave, stowing away corned
beef and cabbasre.
To Drive Out Malaria and Build Up
Take tho Old Standard GnovK's TASTE
LESS CHILL TONIC. YOU know what you
are taking. The formula is plainly printed
on every bottlo, showing it is simply Qui
nine and Iron iu a tasteless form, ard the
most effectual form. For grown people
and children, 50c.
Every taimed dollar knows where
to get an immunity bath and how lo
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, soften? the punis, reduces inflamma
tion, aUays rain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
A mind emile vacant is a mind dis
AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACKS
Cored by Doti n's Kidney Pills After
Years of Suffering.
F. A. Rippy, Depot Ave., Gallatin,
Tenn,, says: "Fifteen years ago kid
ney disease attacked
me. The pain in my
back was so agoniz
ing I finally had to
give up work.? Then
came terrible attacks
of gravel with acute
pain and passages of
blood. In all 1
passed 25 stones,
some as large as a
bean. Nine yearsof this ran me down
to a state of continual weakness, and
I thought I never would be better un
til I began using Doan's Kidney Pills.
The improvement was rapid, and
since using four boxes I am cured and
have never had any return of the
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
The fact that the Government has
decided that all imitation whiskey
must be so labeled indicates its ap
preciation of the further fact that
a large amount of overcredulous peo
ple are still at large in this country.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrj that cannot bo
cured hy Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, nnd believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially nble to carry,
out any obligations made by his firm.
WAtniNO, RINNAN & MAS VIN, Wholis?
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act?
tng directly upon tho blood and mucuo?s sur
faces of the system. Testimonialsje?t free.
Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
lake Hall's Family Pills for c.onstipaiion.
To Hold Him.
Nan-That's a beautiful solitaire
Dick gave you. I wonder if you
know what a fickle young man
he is ?
Fan-Indeed I do; that's why I
made him give me such an expensive
whick enables oneto?orm vefcular.
ka bife daily ?to that assistance to na
ture may be gradual);- a^srxHvsedwiln.
when no (on?er needed a$ the best of
remedies,wh.cn Yeou.red, are To assist
nature and hot to supplant tKe natur,
ai junctions, which must depend u?ti?
mate/y upon proper nourishment,
proper effor?s,a?d right living generali/.
To ?et ?ts beneficial effects, always
buy the genuine
* manufactured ty ike
FIG SYRUP CO. ONLY
BYALL LEADING DRUGCJSTS
?only, rogutar price 50f j>?r Bottle
rr is rouND ONLYON
PURE WHITE LEAD
Wc offer one hundred
(?oil ii 3 reward for
any case of pneumonia in any family whero
th< y use Goose Grenne as directed. If you
over know or hear of any Fuch case, pleaso
iniorm us :ind we wilt pay them th? reward.
GOOSE GREASE LINIMENT CO.
Grccmboro, N. C. J
ZIMMERMANN STEEL CO..
Nita ?temj 7 foo* dlimrtcr. Outr
! St?1 Slum i> rnlltr PMlory > I* "rii
ni tlioir SUD Kxi Cubu-p.
an leed for i<X> hnn>e power iii?In.
Otalofuo anil di.oouau. Addrm :
Lone Tree. Iowa.
Thompson's Eye Water
Color moro KOOIIS brighter anil faster colors than any o
can dye ?my garment without ripping apart. Write ;
Fir '?Sc In ulara pi ir? Mod a 1'JJ
PAUK HOOK giving theexperleno?
of u practical J'uultr; Kaiser-not
an amateur, out a .-nan wort lug
for (lollara aad coat?-dur I og 'Ja
years, li leaches Low to Detect
?Dd Curo Diseases; Feed rorKjrfi
also for Kaitenlog; which FowU to
.-?ve for Hreedlug; everything re
Uqul.o'tr for pronU'ble Poultry rait
ing. HOOK l'Util.I.SHINU
CO, lil l.aoaaiii ''trout. Now \ oi k.
Man and Beast Alike.
Those who have suffered the agony
of eye afflictions cnn appreciate the
blessing to humanity in Dr. Mitchell's
famous Eye Salve. Introduced in
this region in 1S49 it Is found in all
well regulated homes. Not alone
mankind but dumb animals know Its
comforts. Mitchell's Eye Salve, 25c.
A good deal of nrve is to be
chosen rather than great riches.
CURBS ALL ITCHING ERUPTIONS.
Glenooe, Md., Nov. 21st, 1907: "I bave had
eczema on my bands forja years, aad have
tried everything. 1 havo'been using TET
TEBII?E 4. days and tho resalta are great."
Signed, Mrs. Sf. Harvey. TBT7>BISTK ls the
surest, safest, speediest care for eczema
and all.other ?sin diseases. Sold by drug
gist's or sent by mall for 50o. by J. T. 8nup
TBixx, Dept. A, Savannah. Ga.
A virtuous woman is a crown io
CApudine Cures Indigestion Pains,
Belching, Sour Stomach, and Heartburn,
from whatever cause. It s Liquid. Efferts
immediately. Doctors prescribe it. 10c,
25c. and SQe.. at drug stores.
People who are always trying to
look the part sometimes get so busy
about it that they forget it.
DOCTOR PRESCRIBED CUTICURA
After Other Treatment Failed-Raw
Eczema on Baby's Face Had
Lasted Throe Months.
"Our baby boy broke ott with eczema on
his face when ore month old. Ono place
on the side of his face the size of a nickel
was raw like beefsteak for three months,
and he would cry out when 1 bathed the
parts that were sore r.nd broken out. 1
gave him three months' treatment from a
good doctor, but at the end of that lime j
the child was no better. Then my doctor
recommended Cu lieu ra. After using a cake
of Cut'cura Soap, a third of a JOX of Cut??
eura 0<utraent, and half a bottle of Coll
eura Resolvent be was well and his face
was as smooth os any baby's. Ile ls JOW
two years and a half old and no eczema
bas reappeared. Mrs. M. L. Harris, Alton,
Kan., May 14 cnu June 12, 1007."
If there is a difference between a .
good thing and an easy mark it takes j
his wife to point it out.
This woman says Lydia E*
Plnkliam's Vegetable' Co:apoun&
saved lier life. Bead her letter?
Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, of Manning,
Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pinkham:
M I can truly say that Lydia E. Pinlr
ham's Vegetable Compound saved toy
life, and 1 cannot express my gratitude)
to you in words. For years I suffered
with the worst forms ol' female com
plaints, continually doctoring and
spending lots of money for medicine
without help. I wrote yon for advice,
followed it as directed, and took Lydia
EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
it has restored me to perfect health.
Had it not been for you I should have
heen in my grave to-day. I wish every
suffering woman would try it."
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 ox
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera^
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, dkzinesSjOr nervous prostration,
Why don't you try it ?
. Mri. Pinkham invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
She has ?uided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
THE J. R. WATKINS MEDICAL CO.
Hakea TO niffcr.nt Article?: Household Remedies, Flavoring
Extracto all Kinda, Toilet Preparations, Ftne Soap?, Etc
Can-Vajserj Wanted in E^dery County.
40 Yean Experience, 83,000,000 Output.
BEST PROPOSITION 0?^5?S AGENTS
American Cotton and Business University .
and School of Telegraphy, Consolidated
POTTON* Wo cuarnntea to complete any one with oood eyef ight in SO dora how to snide, elnsnifr,
w^? * *," ,* ?verane, ?hip. buy and noll cotton, und ba able to protoct themselves in any fin>t-clem
markot. Wo niuo tench how to grade cotton by a Corri ?pondenco Courue
cotton men. All samulu?
Our Hampie rooma nnder expert
.n. All annulus RnnK*lC"FFPIl\IfI? Singlo and ii. n >lo entry. Bugct ajitem. reco;.
ua grnded FRKE. Ov^V^rvrw.E.E.ril^O. nirod by hufiu.ea mon to be tho tot, COa?
. LAW nnd all LITERARY branchca. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. Groas and Electric
three expert Telegraphers and Train Dispatchers,
ne Railroad wire?, 'i he beat equippodachool in th?
d ?tate courue di sired.
Telegraphy and Railroading: 5NA??
south. Expenso? reasonable. Write for (Jut&logu*. and
Yonne Men andLndiea of ambition should master Telegraphy and R.
. Accounting in one of our InstI*ute*. Great renrcity of open,
torn. Wo operate five schools under direct supervision of Railway
Officials. Main-line wires in all car ?rhools. Poeitii n* absolutely
injured, when competent. Work fur board. Prospectus free.
Learn Telegraphy j
National Telegraph Institute, (Dept. A. N.) M?MWU?V&S:: cSS?&ff?. o.
A heaping teaspoonful to a ?allon of hot water will cleanse
your dishes, plates, cups, earthenware, cutlery and kitchen
utensils from dirt and grease, leaving neither taste nor smell.
All dealers. 10c. and 15c. pkgs.. also 5 lb. boxes. Sample., Booklet and Parlor Card Game "WHIZ," 10a
PACIFIC COAST BORAX CO., New York City.
Getting a full
crop from a fer
enough Potash, is
like getting well
by the- doctor's prescription with its most important drug left out.
Commercial fertilizers need more Potash to get all the crop profit
you are entitled'fo.
Mix 25 to 30 pounds of Muriate of Potash with 200 pounds of hone
meal phosphate. That will raise wheat! Set clover, too !
The proof will come next year in bigger crop, more profit. Potash
is profit. Buy the Potash first.
Send for Our Booka, containing facts about soil,
crops, manures and fertilizers. Mailed fret.
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New York-93 Naiuu Street. Chicago-Monadnock Building
Hero's a revolution In Safety
Razors, the marvelous
j "Shrp-Shavr" 25c Safety Razor
which gives you better BLADE - VALUE than
razors costing 20 times the price. Tho practical
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made of tho finest steel tempered by a special
process and scientifically ground and honed
down to the keenest possible edge. You
pay 25 cents for the best practical Razor ever In
troduced, and you save nineteen-tweatleths of the
fancy prices asked for fancy frames and hold
er?. The "SHRP SHAVR" RAZOR is so set
In the frame as to be correctly "angled" to
suit any face. We sell you the whole Razor at
25c. so as to create a market tor our blades.
Extra "SHRP SHAVR" Blades. 5 for 2&c. And
satin finish silver-plate d stoppers at 10c. each
We send the Razor complote, oxtra
Blades or the Stropper, prepaid
by mail on receipt cf price
in stamps or cash.
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