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A virtuous woman ic a crown to
Every miller draws the water to
his own mill.-German.
Charity to yourself doesn't make
np for severity to others.
Women don't have, to swear to
show how mad they are. There are
If there is a difference between a
good thing and an easy mark it takes
his wife to point it out.
Start at the Bottom.
. Two boys left home with just
enough money to take them through
college, after which they must de
pend entirely upon their own efforts.
They attacked the collegiate problems
successfully, passed to graduation,
received their diplomas from the fae
nlty, also, commendatory letters to a
large ship-building firm with which
^they desired employment. Ushered
into the waiting room of the head of
the firm the first was given an au
dience. He presented his letters.
"What can you do," said the man
"I would like some sort of a clerk
"Well sir, I will take your name
and address; and if we have anything
of the kind open will correspond with
As he passed out, he said to his
companion, "You can go in and
* leave your address.' "
The other presented himself and
his papers. .
14What can you doti' was asked.
"I can do anything that a green
hand can do," was the reply.
The magnate touched a bell which
called a superip tendent.
"We want a man to sort scrap
iron," replied the superintendent.
And the college student went to
One week passed, and the presi
dent asked, "How is the new man
ifOh," said the boss, "he did his
work so well, and never watched the
?lock, that I put him over the gang."
In one year the man had reached
.the head of the department, and an
advisory position with the manage
ment, at a salary represented by four
figures, while his whilom friend was
still out of employment and seeking a
"Well," said the man who is run
ning for office, "suppose I do think
I am bigger than my party. What
"In that case," replied the cool
campaigner, "your party is hable to
dwindle in a way that'll leave no
possible doubt as to the correctness
of your estimate."-Washington
Hicks' Capudine Cures Headache,
Whether from colds, heat, stomach ar
nervous troubles. No A?cetan?id or dan
gerous drugs. It's liquid and acta imme
diately. Trial bottle loo: Regalar sisal
SSc. and 50c.. at all druggists.
He ceased to use the hateful weed
To please his wife, but then
He wbre so very large a grouch
She made him start^again.
TB TTE KI X E-A BBLXABTK C?EB.
Tsrr saiss ls a soi?, safa and o peedy eua
foreeaema, totter, ajdh aad seal? disease*
as? itching piles. Endorsed by physicians;
praised by thousands srid -have asad lt.
fragrant, soothing, antiseptio. Ma. at
druggists or by mau from J. T. fhremm,
Dopt. ArSay*.rnah, Oe.
Words of Wisdom.
Fortune favors the man with a
strong arm and a hard fist-if he has
a disposition to use them.
It is not a crime to be an egotist,
but it is exceedingly bad taste to let
'Others discover it.
There are too many people in this
world who hold to the theory that
one good turn deserves ten others.
When a womari really gets a bar
gain she spends twice what she saved
Absence makes the breakfast table
more alluding and the home bed seem
a heap softer.
People who are always trying to
look the part sometimes get so busy
about it that they forget it.
Beautiful auburn hair with hints
of gold in it, is th? kind possessed
by the rich man's daughter, and in
cidently the gold hinted at is usually
in the hank.
Some people are so proud of their
h?mility that they are constantly
committing indiscretions in order that
they may gracefully apologize for
Beauty gushes out of poetry ^in
great gobs when you see the author,
lacking a shave, stowing away corned
beef and cabbage.
If you have not seen a girl for a
year or more, you don't know
whether to describe her to an inter
ested friend as blond or bdenette.
Beauty is good for women, firmness
for men. So. 43-'0S.
NOT A MIRACLE
Jost Plain Cause and Effect.
There' are some quite remarkable
things happening every day, which
seem almost miraculous.
Some persons would not believe
that a man could suffer from coffee
drinking so severely as to cause spells
of unconsciousness. And to find com
plete relief in-changing from coffee
to Postum is well worth recording.
"I used to be a great coffee drink
er, so much so that it was killing me
by Inches. My heart became so weak
I would fall and lie unconscious for
an hour at a time. The spells caught
me sometimes two or three times a
"My friends, and even the doctor,
told me it was drinking coffee that
caused the trouble. I would not be
lieve lt, and still drank coffee until I
could not leave my room.
"Then my doctor, who drinks POST
tum himself, persuaded me to stop
coffee and try Postum'. After much
hesitation I concluded to try it. Thai
was eight months ago. Since then ]
have had but few of those spells,
none for more than four months.
"I feel better, sleep better and am
better every way. I now. drink noth
ing but Postum and touch no coffee,
and as I am seventy years of age all
my friends think the Improvement
"There's a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to
Wellyille," in pkge.
Ever read the above letter? A new
ne appears from time to time. They
nine, true, and full of human
DROPS INTO WM
American Balloon With Two
RESCUED BY GERMAN STEAMER
Balloon St. Louis, Collapses and Falls
Into North Sea. .Thirty Miles from
Land-Enveloped in the . Folds of
the Balloon, Two Men are Rescued
With Great Difficulty.
Berlin, By Cable.-The St. Louis,
one of the three American balloons
to start in the international race, fell
into the North Sea Tuesday night, be
tween Heligoland and Wilhelmshav
en, thirty miles from the shore. The
St. Louis was piloted by E. H. Ar
nold, who, with his assistant, H. J.
Hewat, was rescued hy a German
steamship passing at the time.
Arnold and Hewat were enveloped
in the folds of the balloon when res
cued. They would have been forced
under water in a short time. The
rescue was effected with the greatest
The aeronauts did not know that
they were over sea until they heard
the sound of the waves, the waters
being obscured by a thick fog that
hung at a low level. A rapid fall in
temperature caused a shrinkage of
the balloon envelope and it began
gradually to descend. Alarmed, the
aeronauts began throwing out every
thing in the balloon to lighten it, but
continued to sink and finally struck
the water with a splash. The men
telegraphed the race committee that
they were Safe and uninjured.
This is the second sensational acci
dent of American entrants. Shortly
after the start Augustus Post and
A. H. Forbes fell four thousand feet,
having a miraculous escape from
Washington, Special.-The corn
crop condition on October 1st was 77.8
per cent, spring wheat quality 88.1
per cent, total production of spring
wheat was indicated as 233,090,000,
the yield- per acre averaging 13.2
bushels, combined production spring
and winter wheat indicated as about
659,030,000 bushels of 89.4 per cent,
quality and the oat crop quality was
81.3 per cent, the production being
789,161,000 bushels with yield per
acre averaging 24.9 bushels according
to the Department of Agriculture
crop report issued Wednesday.
The corn condition is against * ten
year average on October 1st of 79.7.
The average yield of spring wheat is
against a six-year average of 85.9.
The final estimate of average yield of
oats per acre is against a ten-year
average of 29.8 and quality 86.1 foi
The decline in condition of corn
during September w?s about two per
cent, a's compared with an average
decline the past ten years of 1.6 per
cent. In Southern corn States the
condition on October 1st and ten-year
average, respectpively, of corn fol
Texas 83 and 73; Georgia 84 and
82; Kentucky 75 and 83; Tennessee
82 and 80; Alabama 83 and 80; North
Carolina 82 and 82; Arkansas 7Q apd
77; Mississippi 81 and 76.
Opening of State Fair.
Raleigh, N. C.r Special.-The forty
eighth North Carolina State fair
opened at noon Tuesday with an ad
dress by State Auditor B. F. Dixon.
The crowds were unusually large for
the opening; day, ?nd he exhibits and
special features were of an excop
t io nally high oredr. Dr. Dixon 's atfc
dress was characteristically pleasing
.and appropriate. He termed the fair
one of the greatest educational in
stitutions of the State, which was an
object lesson of industrial progress
in line with the great work done at
the Agricultural and Mechanical Col
lege and the State Normal and In
dustrial College, at Greensboro.
Virginia's First Electrocution.
Richmond, Va., Special.-The elec
tric chair was the substitute hanging
at the execution Tuesday of Henry
Smith, a negro rapist, who was elec
trocuted at 7:30 Tuesday morning.
The law forbids the publication of
details. The prisoner died in thirty
seconds. He was convicted of an un
Hunters Find Man's Dead Body.
Lenoirr N. C., Special.-While out
'possum huntiug in King's Creek
township, this county, a party of men
and boys came up on the dead body
of a man Saturday night, which prov
ed to be that of one Bunk Sanders,
who lived in the neighborhood. For
several days the man had been miss
ing, but no one thought he had died.
He was a pretty well-to-do farmer,
a good citizen, and for many years
had been'a magistrate in that com
munity. The deceased was about 45
years of age. The coroner's jury
returned a verdict to the effect that
he died from natural causes.
Southern Railway Locomotive Ex
Danville, Va., Special.-A report
received late Tuesday night from
Mayo, a watering station about twen
ty-five miles from Danville, says that
a local freight engine on the Southern
Railway exploded killing the engineer
and injuring the fireman and several
of the crew. A special train carry
ing surgeons left the city for the
scene and the injured will be brought
to this city.
Thf) Power of a Rockefeller.
Utica, N. Y., Special.-The Post
master General has just issued an
order putting out of existence the
Dening postoffice and turning the
business of the office over to the post
master at JBay Pond, seven miles
distant. This ls an office on the
private property of William Rocke
feller, who objected to having people
cross his grounds to get to the ofn>e.
The people are verv indignant at the
closing of their office at the peh?st
of Rockefeller and are getting up
petitions of protest.
Southern Aeropla-nist Falls With Ma
chine, But Escapes Dijury.
Chattanooga. Tenn., Special.-In an
attempt at Hight in an aeroplane. Fri
day, G. M. Mallory, of Uris city, (he
inventor, fell hf ty feet with his ma
chine ,but esrarte?! ?villi ti few slight
bruises. Jislleiy'i aeroplflutt was
partially wreclu?. The inventor an
iTounceti that li- would rebuild his
machine and liv it n.ut.ui. Thia is
thc'first pttempl at aa LU flight in the
Committee Publishes Amount
of Money Received
ALSO DISBURSEMENTS TO DATE
Official Exhibit of Funds Collected hy
the Democratic National Campaign
New -York, Special.-The Demo
jratic national committee through
Treasurer Herman Ridder gave out
m extended statement of the contri
tions to tho Democratic national
iampaign fund up to and including
Dctober 9th, showing sums of and
>ver $100. The statement also shows
receipts and disbursements as fol
Received from contributors of $100
md over, $90,712.23.
Received from contributors under
Amount left over from Denver con
tention fund, $42,500.00.
Amount disbursed, $225,902.38.
Balance on hand, $22,604.67.
The statement which is signed by
National Chairman Mack and Treas
urer Ridder says that 343 subscrih
:rs gave $100 or more, and the smaller
mms were from 25 cents up. It
"The number of contributors to
he national campaign fund is esti
nated at about 50,000 people and
ibout $100,000 of the whole amount
?ontributed came from the Democrat
c newspapers throughout the United
The Congressional Fond.
Chicago, Special.-The Democratic
jongressional campaign committee
nade public the hst of contributions
of $100 or over. They appregate
^1,744, while smaller contributions
Dring the tot?l up to approximately
James Lloyd, chairman of the
jongressional committee, states that
n order to complete the work the
jommittee is in urgent need of at
least $15,000. The announcement
"The Democratic national congres
sional committee received prior to
;he Denver convention in contribu
tions of $100 and over, the sum of
f>3,500. It has received in sums of
5100 and over in addition to the above
amount for which it makes specific
report on account of the action of
the Denver convention in regard to
the publicity of campaign funds, the
"Congressman R. C. Davey, Louis
iana, $100; D. E. Finley, South Caro
lina, $100; E. W. Saunders, Virginia,
$100; Morris Sheppard, Texas, $170;
Tack Beall, Texas, $100; J. G. Mc
Menry, Pennsylvania, $100; C. DI.
Weisse, Wisconsin, $110; J. J. Rus
sell, Missouri, $218; Thomas Hack
ney, Missouri, $100; John M. Goode,
Texas, $100; D. W. Hamilton, Iowa,
$100; Champ Clark, Missouri, $220;
G. M. Hitchcock, Nebraska, $100; C.
V. Fornes, New York, $100 ; T. D.
Nichols, Pennsylvania, $100; Henry
T. Rainey, Illinois, $100; Francis B.
Harrison, New York, $200; Lincoln
Dixon, Indiana, $100; D. L. D. Gran
?er, Rhode Island, $100: H. D. Flood,
Virginia, $100; Rufus Hardy, Texas,
$100; United ' States Senator W._ J.
Stone, Missouri, $100; Herma nRid
der, New York, $250; W. G. Conrad,
Montana, $250; and Democratic na
tional committee, $3,000. There has
been $3,089 additional received from
individuals and committees for frank
English Balloon Hay Be Winner.
Berlin, By Cable.-Seventeen of the
balloons which competed in the in
ternational race have landed. Four
are still missing and it is feared have
been driven seaward. The English
Banshee landed farthest from Berlin
going approximately three hundred
miles. She will be the "winner unless
one of the missing balloons has gone
a further distance.
Gets 20 Years For Murder.
Reading, Pa., Special.-Abraham
Rosenthal, of Philadelphia, who was
convicted a month ag of the murder
of Lewis B. dawson, a wealthy shirt
manufacturere, was denieu a new
trial in court and sentenced to 20
years imprisonment. He appeared
as if stunned for a time, but quickly
recovered his composure. Clawson.
who was Rosenthal's brother-in-law.
was murcded in his office last Febru
ary. Rosenthal fled and was cap
tured in Oklahoma. Rosenthal is
about 30 years old.
The Perils of Aeronauts.
Berlin, By Cable.-A report receiv
ed from Heligoland says the balloon
Castilla, one of the competitors in thc
international race fell into the Norti
sea near that city and both aeronauts
were rescued with difficulty. Foul
other balloons are still missing and
little doubt remains that they hav<
fallen either into the North Sea or tht
Baltic, and that the aeronauts ari
Reforms in Cotton Futures.
New Orleans La., Special.-Wit!
instructions to make reforms in th<
cotton futures contract of the
Orleans cotton exchange, a comm ..te?
was appointed b ymembers of th?
exchange. The committee will confei
witbj farmers, brokers and cottoi
spinners throughout the South anc
will also investigate the action ol
directors of the exchange in elimi
nating stained cotton below middlini
as tenderable grades on future cnn
Bids for Savannah City Bonds
Savannah, Ga., Special.-Bids were
opened for $2,610,000 of city of Sa
vannah bonds, bearing interest at
41-2 per cent, and maturing in 1959.
Thirty-four bidders subscribed for
$27,209,000 worth of bonds. The
award of tho issues will bo made this
week. The Mutual Llffi Insurance
Compnnv of Now Yai-k will probably
trot $.1,000,000 of tho bondi,
Cheese and Peppers.
A delicious salad combines cream
cheese, green peppers, - string beans,
and lettuce. To prepare the filling
take as small cooked string beans as
you can get, and have them as tender
as possible; mix them, with some
cream cheese. Have green peppers
as nearly the same size as possible,
open them at the top, and remove the
inside. Cut them at the -bottom so
they will stand up, and fill them with
the beans mixed with French dressing.
On the top of each pepper put a spoon
ful of cream cheese and set the pep
pers on lettuce- leaves.-New York
.Chop Su ey,
Scrape the meat from the bones of
half a chicken and cut into bits an
inch long; slice a large onion thin;
soak a handful of dried mushrooms
for ten minutes in water, and then
drain and remove the stems; cut the
celery into pieces one and one-half
inches long; wash and slice six Chin
Put the chicken into the frying pan
with fat and fry until done, but not
hard, add the sliced onions and cook
for ten minutes; put in the mush
rooms and enough Chinese sauce to
make the Ingredients brown. Add
water and stew for a few minutes,
then put in the celery and potatoes.
Thicken with floured water, boil up
once and serve with boiled rice.
Peel a quart of medium sized white
onions, cover with boiling water, add
ing a teaspoonful of 'salt for each
quart of water.
Boil rapidly ten minutes with the
cover partly off, then drain and cover
again with fresh boiling w?ter. Cook
until tender but not broken, drain and
add milk to cover (it will take about
half a cup for every six onions). Sim
mer until quite done, then thicken with
a tablespoonful butter rubbed smooth
with a tablespoonful flour. Add salt
and pepper to taste, cook, stirring all
the time until the sauce ls creamy and
thickened, then pour into a hot dish
to serve. A change may be made by
turning the onions, sauce and all into'
a serving dish that can go into the
oven, covering with buttered cracker
crumbs, then baking until brown. Still
another variation is to coyer the top
of the cracker crumbs with grated
cheese. Onions cooked in this way
will be found very delicate and no!
odorous.-New York Tribune.
Baltimore Apple Bread.
Dissolve at night one-half com
pressed yeast cake in a cup of milk
that has been heated to the boiling
point, then cooled to lukewarm. Sift
together a pound bread flour and three
heaping tablespoonfuls sugar. Rub
in with it two-thirds cup butter, add
the milk and dissolve yeast cake with
three well-beaten eggs, and stir and
beat with a wooden spoon until the
dough is blistered. Cover and set
oser night in a warm place. The next
day roll the dough out in two cakes,
each about half an inch thick. Spread
the lower one with tart apple sauce,
then butter the other slightly .and lay
over it and let them rise together
about half an hour. Bake in moderare
oven until the bread ls well done.
When taken from the oven spread with
more tart, tender apple sauce that has
been put through a colander, dredge
with sugar and set back in the oven to
glaze. Serve hot By using a whole
yeast cake the time of the first rising
may be shortened so that the bread
may be set and baked the same day.
Hints to Housekeepers.
To butter a cracker and sprinkle in
arith cayenne pepper will induce sleep
Varnished wood should be rubbed
with a chamois leather wrung out of
cold water, then polished with a soft
An easy method of mending a lace
curtain In a hurry, until time can be
spared for darning it, is to cut a piece
of net as near a match to the cur
tain mesh as possible, dip in boiled
starch, and iron over the torn part
Patent leather is always doubtful
leather to buy, as no one will guaran
tee how long it will wear. If the shoes
are cleaned and oiled frequently with
sweet oil or vas?llne they will keep
in good condition and last very much
longer than if they are left alone.
To polish a varnished floor rub well
with equal quantities of beeswax and
turpentine. Another method is to take
equal parts of olive oil and_splrits of
turpentine, wet a soft cloth/with these,
rub the wood hard, theil rub with a
dry cloth. This is alaer good for black
walnut furniture and-sewlng machines.
A folding toilet and dressing table is
new and useful, but expensive. The
table is of highly polished mahogany,
with stool to match, 'containing a good
sized mirror at the tiack, and nineteen
silver toilet article^. When not in
use, the top may b? completely fold
ed up and used as an ordinary table.
A very good salad can be made by
using a cupful of ujacooked cabbage,
green pepper, celery; all to be shred
ded; apples cut in pieces, a few seed
ed white grapes cut in halves and a
few English walnuts. Mix all togeth
er thoroughly and place in the refrig
erator. Serve with? mayonnaise or
French dressing, f
Remember that Jjond lilies, when
procurable make one of the loveliest
of summer centre preces. They should
be placed in a large shallow glass
bowl, and care should be taken not
to crowd.in too many blossoms. The
water beneath with/the long, curving
stems Is one of th? .chief attractions
of this decoration, as it gives the flow
ers the advantage of their native sur
roundings even whjen gracing a din
Not All Taken.
"You said you thc ught there was no
malaria around herfe,'1 said the incjig
nant stranger. J
"I did think so," i answered Farmer
Corntossel. "After/ all the summer
boarders took awaji I didn't iee how
there could ba anyj loft,-Washington
Lucky lu an.
"Perkins looks very happy this
''He has reason to be. He says
that after his wife and children Had
been fitted out with their fall ward
robes there was enough left over to
enable him to have a new velvet col
lar put on his overcoat."-Life.
"There are five reasons why I
can't get married." "What are
they?" "A wife, and four child
of the Well-informed of the World has
always been for a simple, pleasant and
efficient liquid laxative remedy of known
value; a laxative which physicians could
sanction for family use because its com
ponent parts are known to them to be
wholesome and truly beneficial in effect,
acceptable to tho system and gentle, yet
prompt, in action.
In supplying that demand with ita ex
cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup
Cb. proceeds along ethical lines and relies
on the merits of the laxative for its remark
That is one of many reasons why
Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna ls given
the preference by the Well-informed.
To get its beneficial effects always buy
the genuine-manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale
by ail leading druggists. Price fifty cents
The News of the Day.
The Indian population of New York
State is as follows, the figures being
for the year 1906, the latest obtain
able, taken by the several reserva
tions Allegheny, 866; Cattaraugus,
1,472; Oneida, 104; Onondaga. 525;
St. Rezis, 1,206; Tonawanda, 503;
Tuscarora, 384. The total of 5,060 is
but four less than was shown by the
Indian census of 1892.
Saim has recently passed a law
giving women the right to vote in cer
tain cases. While this may seem an
extraordinary step for an Oriental
people, the Siamese women themselves
explain that it is the teaching of Bud
dhism. They point out that Buddh
ism preaches the equality of the sexes
and gives equal education to boys and
The construction of the canal for
barges or large size between Stettin
and Berlin has been begun. The gov
ernment is causing the work to be
pushed forward with all possible.
speed, and it is hoped that the canal
will be ready for traffic by 1912. Thi > j
canal will be of great advantage 1 o |
Stettin ; goods will be then forwardea I
in large lighters of 600 tons at re- ?
At LaPorte, Ind., Mrs. Anna Mil-:
1er, wife of a wealthy farmer, has
filed an action for divorce, claiming
as the ground for her action that her
husband has been drunk for thirteen
years. He began drinking to cele
brate the marriage and has not been
sober since. The unusual allegation
will be fully supported by evidence.,
You may retire an old horse after :
long service without its costing much,
but it is another thing to retire an i
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teethiiig,soiteus tbegums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind 00110,250 ?-bottle
Not Like Other Girls.
Mrs. B.-My daughter is very spi
ritual. She kept up her church work
through all the hot weather.
Mrs. D-What kind of work?
Mrs. B-She went to the pea-1
shore and came home engaged to a
5100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded di*
ease that science has been able to cure ia ali
its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Cai ?rr h
Cure is the only positive cure now known to
the medica] fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally,acting directly upon the blood and mn
cous surface? of the system, thereby destroy
ing the foundation of the dinease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing its !
work. Th? proprietors have so much faith
in its curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHEXKY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold bv Druecists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
'Twas the verdict of the neighbors
He'd drawn his final breath
That he lived so strenuous a life
He'd lived himself to death.
Neglected female fe
general break-down. ?
is as bad as that, but ta]
However, even whei
dui bas cured others an(
you to try it, as did Mrs
,who afterwards wrote:
"I was a sufferer fri
les, had pains in my s.
Rio's Cure is an on caroused re
medy for coughs, cold?, bronenitif.
uthna, heaneaeti ?cd throat aaa
lung nh'ecti JT.?. lt goa (fleet to
the teal of the troubla and t<a?n&r
testorcshetilhy condition?. Motho
can give meir children PW j Care
power, PC? freedom from opiata*,
Farana f?r hoff a c*oi?ry.
At all drntflW, ZO eta,
Man'a chief wisdom consists in
knowing his follies.-Rochofoucould.
A man rarely realizes how his
tates have changed until he goes hack
in after years for a plunge iu the hole
svhere he learned to' swim.-Dalllas
The Santiago rickey is the latest
?rink in New York. After you get
enough of them under your belt you
believe that you won the battle where
Cervera lost out.-Milwaukee Senti
SgSggSgg A.M) CATA RIC If CVttX.
INHALENT CATAKKHAI* JELLY <.or*j
nearness and Catarrh. Trial treatment 07
mall free. RFA PO.. Minneapolis. Mtnn.
A colored woman of Alexandria,
Virginia, was on trial before a magis
trate of that town charged with in
human treatment of her offspring.
Evidence was clear that thc woman
hud severely beaten the youngster,
aged some nine years, who was iu
court to exhibit his battered con
dition. Before imposing sentence,
his honor asked the woman whether
she had.anything to say. "Kin I
ask yo' bonah a question?" inquired
the prisoner. The judge nodded affir
matively. "Well, then yo' honor, I'd
like to ask yo' whether yo' was ever
the parient of a puffectly wuthless
cullud chile."-October Lippincott's.
The Lament of the Many.
I wish that I had rosy ct eeks
And great big, baby eyi?s,
And wore my hair martelled and
To just the latest size,
And had a "Merry Widow" hat,
And figure so petite,
Then, coming home upon the L,
Perhaps I'd get a seatl
When we get home and take r vck
o? our chiggers, blisters, bur s and
bills we are inclined to be glad to
ihink it is over.
Brought About a Remarkable Change.
Mrs. A. J. Davis, of Murray, Ky.,
says: "When I began using Doan's
Kidney Pills, kidney
disease was slowly
poisoning me. Diz
zy opella almost
made me fall, sharp
pains like knife
thrusts would catch
me in the back, and
finally an attack of
grip left me with a constant agoniz
ing backache. Doan's Kidney Pills
helped me quickly, and in three
weeks' time there was not a symptom
of kidney trouble remaining."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
FoBter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
There are people who will take
inything, and if nothing more sub
itantiai is lying about they are sure
o take offense.
Used Goose Grease lo euro Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Colds, Stiff Joints and Back
Aches, and nothing better has ever been
Rice's Goose Grease Liniment
Is made from pure, penetrating, Goooe
Grease with other highly curativo ingred
ients added. That's why it does the work.
At All Dru reist* and Dealers.
Price 25 cents.
G OOS E GRE A $ E
GRCCNiBOJtU NORTH CAROLINA
Uakei 70 Different A.
ExtrucU atti Kinds,
4Q Tears Ea
Color more Roods brighter and faster colors than any
can dye any Garment without ripping upan.. Write
Thc Old Standard GROVE'S 1
system. You know what you ar?
simply Quinine and Iron in a t
roubles frequently lead to a
Setter not wait till your case
ke Cardui in time,
a in bad shape. Wine of Car
1 may cure you. It will pay
. Rena Hare, of Pierce, Fla.,
pm all sorts of female troub
ide, drawing pains in leg?,
EfOWCTDnfP our own Aerial and Koior
lrt/naiaUt;l Tramways and contract to
move any kin;, of tonnage over any chun ic
ier of country, and for any distance up to
fifteen miles, at an agreed price per ton.
Our contract for excluslvecountyreprescn
tatlre would Interest you. THE CONSOIJ
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QUILUnln 1ldlH 6U?^Rp?edy;guaranteeR!TUC;prt:?
Write quick. DB. 8. T*. WRIGHT, Peru, Ind.
Ou I ole
Remotes all twining In I to 91
dayl i effects a Mrmanent cur i
tn jo to fa dayl. .Trial treaunen I
given fr?. if^'W * W4,rr
B Write Dr. H. H. ?BM ? SOM.
SBICIII??. BM p.Allaru,O'
Proverbs and Phrases.
If better were within, better would
come out.-German. . >
If the brain does not sow corn, it
If you wish to reach the highest
begin at the lowest.-Syrus.
Don't jump at conclusions. Tou
may frighten them.
Fools rush in where angels fear
A good deal of nrve is to be
chosen rather than great riches.
The man with the auto he had a
But he crowed, like some others,
For the girls, fiickle creatures, went
off with the-chap
Who called with a steady balloon.
A CURE AT CITY MISSION.
Awful Case of Scabies-Body a Blasa
of Sore? from Scratching-Heir
Tortures Yield to Cuticura.
*A young woman came to cur city mis
Hon in a roost awful condition physically.
Our doctor examined her android us that
she had scabies (the itch), incipient para
sib, rheumatism, etc., brought on from ex
posure. Her poor body was a mass of sorej
fro.n scratching and she was not able to
retain solid food. Wo worked hard ovei
her for seven weeks but we could see little
improvement. One day 1 bought a cake ol
.Cuticura Soap and a bottle of Cuticura
Resolvent, and we bathed our. patient well
and gave her ? full dose of the Resolvent,
She slept better that night and the next
day I got a box of Cuticura Ointment, is
five weeks this young woman was able tc
look for a position, and she is now strong
and well. Laura Jane Bates,. 85 Fifth
Ave., New ?ork, N. Y., Alar, ll, 1907. .
Necessity is -stronger than human
To Drive Out Malaria and Build Dp
"V "J Old Standard GROVE'S TASTX
~4&s OH i LL TONIC. YOI know what yon
are taking. The formula is plainly printed
on every bottle, showing it is ?imply Qui
nine ana Iron in a tasteless form, aixi the
most effectual fohn. For grows people
and children. 50c.
The campaign begins when the
money begins to rattle in the tin cup.
OVUU ALL ITCHING) ERUPTIONS.
Glencoe, Md., Nov. 21st, 1307: "I have had
eczema on my hands for ia years, and have
tried eYerytnin?. I hare been using TST
Txatxc 4 days and the results are creat."
Signed, Mrs. M. IlarTey. TXTTSBIXX is the
ear?st, latest, speediest cure for eczema
and all other skin diseases, ?sold by drug
gists or sent by mail for Wo. by J. T. SEUP
TBIXB, Dept A, Savannah. Ga.
Every tainted dollar knows where
to get an immunity bath and how to
Hicks* Capudine Cores Women's
Monthly Pains, Backache, Nervousness
ind Headache. It's Liquid. Effects imme
iately. Prescribed by physicians with best ?
results. 10c., 25c., and 50c.. at drug stores.
' Wise Girl.
"It is never too late to mend, my
"I know a better one, mother." I
"What is it?" :
"Never to late tc get new ones." .
A Thought Por Today.
Above all, that I may not be a cow- .
ard. That I may have courage-cour
age to be unmoved by the uncertain
ties of life, and without dread of loss,
whether of friends, cf health, or of .
fortune. That I may come with a firm
and tranquil mind to the "work pf this
day, fearing nothing-ready to meet
bravely failure or deprivation.
That I may bring to the day's ef
forts, good humor and- cheerful regard
for all with whom I may come into
That I may be diligent in the per
formance of duties and cheerful in
manner. That I may be earnest in
pursuit of the right.
That I may stand with open mind
ready to receive the Truth in small
affairs and in large-whether in learn
ng new and better methods, or in re
living that philosophy necessary to a
jrave, tranquil, well-poised, well-har
nonized life.-John Brisben Walker,
ATKINS MEDICAL CO.
rtlcle?i Household llemedlaa. Flcvorinj
Toilet Preparation*, Floe Soapi, Sta.
r anted in IDtfery County.
cyerlenee. 93,000,000 Output.
ION Egg ggggg AGENTS
othor dye. One Vie. packin colors oil Aban. They
for frc? tootle t-Ho w to vye, Bleach ana Mix Ooloi
?cate Women ai
DASTEIvESS CHILI, TONIC, driva
e taking. The formula is plainly prii
as tel ess, and the most effectual form.
could not sleep, had shortne
was a general break-clown.
"I suffered like this fo
years and c?uld not find ?
until my husband insisted <
ing Cardui. The firsibottl
relief and now I arri, almost
man." Try Cardui.
All reliable dru0 ?sts sell
BOOK 1?REE ^^?S
Odds and Ends.
Shame lost, honor lost.-Danish.
Say bet little and say it well
Sloth is the key to poverty.-Ger
Suspicion is the poison of friend*
Much would have more and lost
My mind to me a kingdom is.
Men may meet, but mountains nev
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ZBOtEBMUW STEEL CO., - Lona Trw. tow?.
W. L. Douglas makes and ?elli mon
men's 93.00 and 93.60 (boes thnn any
other manufacturer in the world, be
cause they hold their shape, fit better?
and wear longer than any other maka.
Shoes at All Print, for Every Member of th?
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WX.DOUJIM $4.00 Kid jo.oo out Sdj i Sham essa*
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W. L. DOUGLAS, 157 Spark St.. Brockt oe, Wjta?.
Ajo la cold water better than ?nj other dye. Toa
?a. MOriUUE naUO CO.. Qeincjr. Illinois.
> out Malaria and builds up the
i ted on every bottle, showing it
For adults and children.
!ss of breath;
r four (4)
)ii my foy
le gave me
a well wo
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lustrat ed Bock, "Hom* TrtatMtnt ff
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i health, hygiene, diet, medicine, etc,
tipoatsaid. Address: Lad ut Advitorj
iga Bseiitdae Co, Chattanocca, Tenn.
don't bare to squceio your foot jato.
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whsre your waight comes, and they
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