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Here arid There.
The reason why men "who mind
their own business succeed is because
4ney have so little: competition.
The man who trims his sails to
snit every* "br?ezeV'inay T)e" pretty ac
tive, but doesn't get anywhere.
It is the unexepcted that happens,
because the expected gets there with
The man who knows .just what to
do can usually find someone to do
it for him.
At Amite City, La., as a result of
an, ambuscade growing out of a ram
ily feud, two women and a man were
killed, one of the alleged assasirts is
being held under a heavy guard and
?the country for miles around is being
searched for another man alleged to
be implicated in the murders, which
occurred recently. It is alleged ihat
as Benjamin Breland, his wife and
Mrs. Joseph Everitt, the latter carry
ing an infant in her arms, were mak
ing their way homeward along ono of
the parish roads, Avery Blount and
Garfield Kinchen fired^on them from
the side of the road with shotguns.
Mrs. Averitt fell with her baby inco
the road, her head blown almost off.
Mrs. Breland's breast was torn off
by one of the volleys and Breland
himself fell at the first fire. Young
people driving home from a party
found the babv crawling about among
the bodies. Breland was still living
and was able to murmur the name of
Kinchen before he died. Avery
Blunt was captured after an all-night
search' and says that Kinchan killed
Breland, but will not say who killed
the woman. Mrs. Everitt's husband
ws Villpd by Ben Kinchen, a brother
of Garfield, several days ago, and :he
widow and her baby were makins:
their home with the Brelands. Bad
feeling has existed among the fami
iiej for a number of years.
"Twp can live as cheap as one,M
Yes, they can! . They can, like funl
You ask any one who's tried it;
See just what he'll say.
Most of them are satisfied it
Goes the other way.
Toughest yarn was ever spun.
"Two can live as cheap as one."
"Two can live as cheap as one."
No one ever saw it done.
No one in bis sober senses
Has this slightest doubt
If he figures on expenses
How that's coming out.
.When uphill the water run
"Two can live as cheap as one."
Fifteen hundred make a ton.
Woman never's money spending,
Does not care for dress;
So if marriage 3*011're intending
Living might cost less.
No, don't swallow that, my son.
Two can't live as cheap as one.
Proverbs and Phrases
The pleasure of the feast does not
depend upon how some of the guests
Literature is the art of telling what
yon know' so the other fellow will
Anything is literature if it ex
presses a heart throb, and nothing is
unless it does.
If everybody knewr when he was
well off, this would be a better edu
The. man who makes a great deal
of his failures doesn't make much of
No business is run the way those
who know the least about it think it
ought to be run. So. 7-'09.
Paper for Burglars.
The "Bostatska Gazette" is the
name of a trade "paper" now pub
lished in St. Petersburg in the in
terest of burglars. The paper , con
tains articles by experts on the art
of burglary, advice and hints to help
the beginner and full reports of the
latest thefts and burglaries. The
"Bostatska Gazette," or "The Bare
footed Gazette" is, of course, publish
ed in secrecy, but it will not be long
before the ^police will discover its
printing office and suppress it.
Father-Didn't I see Wm hugging
you as I come In?
Daughter-'No, papa; he wes show
ing me bow he telephones by hold?
lng the transmitter clos? to tine
. NO MEDICINE
Bat a Change of Food Gave Relief.
Many persons are learning that
drugs are not the thing to rebuild
worn out nerves, but proper food ls
There is a certain element in the
cereals, wheat, barley, etc., which is
grown there by nature for food to
brain and nerve tissue. This ls the
phosphate of potash, of which Grape
Nuts food contains a large proportion.
In making this food all the food
elements in the two cereals, wheat
and barley, are retained. That is why
so many heretofore nervous and run
down people find in Grape-Nuts a
true nerve and brain food.
"I can say that Grape-Nuts food
has done much for me aa a nerve re
newer,!' writes a Wis. bride.
"A few year? ago, before my mar
riage, I waa a bookkeeper in a large
firm. I became so nervous toward
the end of each week that it seemed
I must give up my position, which 1
could not afford to do.
"Mother purchased some Grape
Nuts, and we found it net only deli
cious, but I noticed from day to day
that I was improving until I finally
realized I was not nervous any more.
"I have recommended it to friends
aa a brain and nerve food, never hav
ing found ita equal. I owe much to
Grape-Nuts, as it saved me from a
nervous collapse, and enabled me to
retain my position."
Name given byNPostum Co.. Battle
Creek, Mich. Read, "The Road to
Wellviilo." in pkgs. "There's a Rea
Ever read the above letter? A new
?me appears from time to time. They
lire genuine, true, ard foll of human
A Stitch in Time.
Three years ago an "object lesson
road was constructed near Lansing,
Mich., under the supervision of Com
missioner Earle, .at a cost of about
$4000 a mile. Lt is reported tbat tbe
road must now be improved at an
estimated expense of $1000 per mile,
and some of the people in that local
ity are complaining about the good
roads movement as being too costly,
i A certain prominent gentleman is
reported to have said recently: "I
do not believe that if the first cost
is going to be $4000 per mile, and
that at the end of three years it will
require another $1000 per mile for
repairs, that the average property
owner and farmer will stand for the
big addition to their taxes."
If State Highway Commissioner
Earle built an "object lesson" road
at Lansing, or anywhere else, it is
perfectly safe to presume that that
road was constructed in the best
possible manner lor the amount of
money expended-that is Mr. Earle's
record in office and reputation with
tie people of his State.
The statement quoted above sug
gests, however, the peculiar view that
people" in many places take of an im
proved road. They seem to regard it
as "permanent." The wise farmer
".turns under" clover and uses fer
tilizers on his soil; he paints his
house and barns every few years; he
keeps his horses properly shod, and
occupies his time on rainy days in re
pairing his machines and wagons.
The only thing that he seems to think
will never wear out or need repair
is an improve'd road, when as a fact,
there are few structures which de
mand more constant attention. -<
Good Roads Magazine.
For Better Roads.
Many Americans who live in or
hear large cities would be surprised
to hear it stated that the United
States has the poorest roads of any
civilized country in the world. Never
theless, the statement is declared by
all who have had opportunity to learn
by experience ?o be unquestionably
true, when the roads of the whole
country are considered. Lately there
has been much criticism of tho auto
mobile as being destructive of good
roads. The damage is so great that
in France the Government has been
forced to take up the matter, and is
even now studying preventive plans.
In the United States, however, it may
be that the automobile will yet prove
a powerful influence in better roads.
The American Automobile Associa
tion has recently held a two days'
good roads convention in Buffalo, at
which provision was made for practi
cal demonstrations of the best meth
ods of road building and repairing,
and for experiments looking toward
the discovery of a binding material
for surfacing roads which will not be
sucked out by the pneumatic tires.
There are signs, too, says Youth's
Companion, that the old policy of
throwing upon the towns the burden
of building the roads and keeping
them in repair is to be superseded by
the more sensible plan of having the
State do it. The towns will, of
course, care for their own streets, but
the main highways should be built
and cared for by the State, as they
are in France, Germany and Switzer
land. The National Government has
decided to send the director of the
Department of Roads to the interna
tional good roads convention, w?ich
will open in France in October, and
at which the problem cf the automo
bile and the roads will receive es?
Roadless America in Transformation.
From the maledictions scattered
broadcast in the mire of roadless
America by despairing bicyclists
fifteen years ago hopes of better
things have taken root. So writes
C. F. Carter, in the Technical World
Magazine. No gift of prophecy is
now required to foresee a time when
these hopes will have so far material
ized that a team, if it is a good one,
will be able to haul an empty wagon
over the gumbo roads of the Missis
sippi Valley in the spring, and the
public highways of the South will be
so well buoyed that light draft auto
mobiles may navigate them in com
From every part of the country
comes the same encouraging news.
Sixteen States now have highway
commissions that are trying in var
ious ways to supply the greatest need
of the Nation, which is good roads. ?
At one extreme is New York, which
in 1905 voted to expend $50,000,000
in building roads. Under the plan
adopted the State will build and,
maintain 3332 miles connecting the
principal cities, and pay one-half the
cost of 4700 miles o! local reads to be
built by the counties.
At the other extreme is Iowa, the
third State in the Union in extent of
road mileage, wh'era the use of the
public highways is so vast that if
teams enough could be .assembled to
do in one day all the traveling done '
in the State in a year the. line wp?la"
reach once and a half around-'tte
earth, which doles out an annual ap
propriation of $5000 to defray the ex
penses, of the State College faculty
while acting in the capacity of high,
.?^.K-.Comfort For the Afflicted.
"No baby under two years old can
digest starch," says Dr. Wiley. His
statement, more or less' offic/al, may
afford some gratification to those who
have resented the tendency of babies
to gnaw on collars, cuffs and shirt
Combination in Dominoes.
It has been estimated that "two
persons playing dominoes ten hours a
day and making four moves a minuto
could continue IIS,000 years without
exhausting all the combinations of
the game, the total of which is 24S,
New York has the greatest number
of wage-earners of any State In the
Union. Pennsylvania is second.
the ,full confidence of the Well-informed
of tho World-and the Commendation of
the most eminent physicians it was essen
tial that the component parts of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna should be
known to and approved by them; there
fore, the California Fig Syrup Co. pub
lishes a full statement with every package.
The perfect purity and uniformity of pro
duct, which they demand in a laxative
remedy of an ethical character, arc assured
by thc Corapany'3 original method of man
ufacture known to thc Company only.
Thc figs of California are used in the
production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna to promote the pleasant taste, but
the medicinal principles arc obtained from
plants known to act most beneficially.
To get its beneficial effects always buy
tho genuine-manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and fur bib
by all leading druggists.
...j Gray Hair to Natural Color. Re
moves Dandruff and Scurf. Invigorates and
prevents the Hair from falllntr off. For sale
by Richmond. Lynchburg. Va., and Baltimore,
Md.. Drusnclsts or sent direct by
XANTHINF COMPANY. RICHMOND.Vi.
SI per bottle. Suruplc toi tie 30c by muli.
Circu/ftM Sent on li'Qvait.
and GRIPP S?S
Relieves the aches and feverishness.
\ Contains No Acetanllldo
Water poured into a hole is not
wasted if the other end of the hole is
ONE KIDNEY GONE,
But Cured After Doctors Said There
Was No Hope.
Cylvanus O. Verrill, Milford, Me.,
says: "Five years ago a bad injury
paralyzed me; and
affected my : kid
neys. My back
hurt me terribly,
and the urine was
Doctors said my
.right kidney was
They said I could
never walk again.
I read of Doan's Kidney Pills and be
gan using them. Ono box made me
stronger and freer from pain. I kept
on using them, and In three months
waa able to get out on crutches, and
the kidneys were acting better. I Im
proved rapidly, discarded the crutches
and to the wonder of my friends was
soon completely cured."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mi lb urn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
If you succeed it is not necessary
to tell how you did it; it shows for
Lame Back Prescription.
Considerable discussion is being
caused among the medical fraternity
by the increased use of whiskey for
lame back and rheumatism. It ls an
almost infallible cure when mixed
with certain other ingredients and
taken properly. The following is the
"To one ounce of Toris compound
and one ounce syrup Sarsaparilla com
pound add one-half pint of good whis
key. Take In tablespoonful doses
before each meal and before retir
lt ls surely worth trying by any
one who may be afflicted.
Some people spend loney just as
if they had camed it, but those who
have earned it do not.
KOW TO CURE RHFUMA.'ISM.
it Is An Internal Disease and Rc
.quires An Internal Remedy.
The cause of Rheumatism and kindred
diseases is an excess of uric acid in the
blood. To cure this terrible disease this
acid must be expelled und the system so
regulated that no more acid will be formed
in excessive quantities. Rheumatism is an
internal disease and requires an internal
remedy. J-tub mg with Oils and Liniments
will not cure, affords only temporary relief
at best, causes you to delay the proper
treatment, and allows the malady to get a
firmer hold on you. Liniments may ease
the pain, but they will no more cure Rheu
matism than namt will change thc fibre
of rotten wood.
Science has at last . discovered a per
fect arid complete cure, . whicti is called
"Rhcumacide." Tested in hundreds of
crises, it has elected the most marvelous
cures; we believe it will cure you. Rhcn
?ynacide "gets at the jointe from the in
side^ ".sweeps thc poisons out of thc sys
tem, tones up thc stomach, regulates the
liver and kidneys and makes you well nil
over. Rheumacidc "striked thc roots of
the disease end removes its cause." This
splendid remedy is sold by druggists nnd
dealers generally ut 5Cc. ?nd $1 a bottle.
In Tablet form at 25c. and 50c. a package.
Get ? bottle to-day. Booklet free if you
write to Bobbitt Chemical Co., Balti
Many an advertisement has paid a
profit after being considered a loss.
Raw Furs-Profit s For Country Roys.
1 This ia the time ot the your when thc
average country boy not only gut* a great
amount of sport and pleasure out ol: lur
trapping, but conridei able profit and
Eocket mo'rey. Raw Kurs in recent years
ave brought .remarkably . good price*.
Fashion has ordained that every lady munt
wear furs, consequently tile demand bas
increased. Prices of tars are higher than
they were last season. M. SABBL. & SONS,
LOUISVILLE, KT., make a Hpocialty of Raw
Furs, and a vinit to tneir fur room ia au in
teresting sight, tor here can be found furs
from every section of the United Status.
They receive shipments from ult over the
country in answer to their weekly price
list, which they issue every Friday. This
price list is furnished the shipper upon ap
plication. Write for it.
Oh, what a goodly outside false
Piles Cured in ? to 14 Days.
Psto Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
cuneof 1 tching, Blina, bleeding or Trot md inc
Piles in 6 to ll days or money refunded. 50c.
The difference between a man's
opinions and the facts in the case is
generally the truth.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford'?
Btnitary Lotion. Never fails. At druggist*.
Wife-T-Wiat do you mean by bring
!ng those muddy feet In here?
Husband-'Scuse me, m'dear (hie) ;
did'n' bave any otbersh t'bring. Had
hard time gettin' tae?sa In.-The -Bo
Caturrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS.aa they cannot
reach the seat ot the disease. Catarrh ia a
blood or const it ut ional disease, and in order
to cure it you must take internal remedie*.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous sur
face. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine.^ lt was prescribed by one ot the
best physicians in this country tor years,
and is a regular prescription, lt is composed
of the best tonics known, com bined witb the
best blood purifiers^ acting directly on tue
mucous surfaces. 'J he perfect combination
ot the two ingrediente is what produces
such wonderful results in curing catarrh.
Send lor testimonials, free.
F. J. CuESkr ? Co., .Props.. Toledo. O.
Sold nv druggists, price. 75c.
Take Hall's family l*ills tor constipation.
A GOOD CLIENT.
First Lawyer-I wish I had been
living in King Solomon's time.
-First Lawyer-He had seven hun
dred wives. Think of the divorce
business he could' have thrown in my
The P?rima Almanac.
The druggists have already been supplied
with' the Peruna almanac for 19D9. In ad
dition to th? regular astronomical mattpr
usually furnished in almanacs, thc articles
on astrology are very attractive to most
people. Thc mental characteristics of each
sign are given with faithful accuracy. A
list of lucky and unlucky days will be fur
nished-to those who have our almanacs,
free of charge. Address The Peruna Co.,
One-half the world knows not how
the other halij lives.-French.
Many Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children,
used by Mother Gray, a nuAo in Children's
Home, New York, cure Summer Complaint,
Feverishness, Headache:8tomach Troubles,
Teething Disorders and Destroy Worms. At
all Druggists', 25c. Sample mailed FKKI:.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. T.
One takes the odor of one's com
Mrs.Winslow's Soothing 8yrup for Children
teething, soft end thegunu, reduces in flamme
tiua. allaya pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle
Work comes naturally, to some peo
ple, but the fellow who goes to work
naturally is the one that counts.
Brown's Bronchial Troches are or
great service In curing Hoarseness,
Coughs, and Sore Throat. In bo^es 25
cents. Samples malled free. John.I.
Brown & Son, Boston, Mass.
Perhaps you can't help feeling en
vious, but at least you can help
showing it and so making yourself
Only Ono "Bromo Quinine**
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look
for the signature of E. W. Grove. Used the
World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.
Goodness cannot become habitual
unless we will to he better than we
absolutely need to be.
Bed, Weak, Weary, Watery Eye?
Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy.
Compounded by Experienced Physicians.
Conforms to Pure Food and "Drug Laws.
Murine Doesn't Smart: Soothes Eye Pain.
A handful of might is better than
a sackful of right.-German.
Plenty of Exercise Nece?snry.
Plenty of regular exercise must be
taken in order to keep the body in a
healthy condition. Any excessive or
unusual exertion, however, is sure to
cause stiffness and soreness of the
muscles and joints.
To counteract this effect there ls
nothing better than Sloan's Liniment.
Lay It on lightly where the muscles
have been strained; lt requires no rub
bing for it penetrates right to the
bone, relieves any congestion and in
flammation and makes the muscle?
elastic and pliant.
Sloan's Liniment ls a great boon to
athletes, for it not only relieves pain
and stiffness, but lt is an excellent
remedy for sprains, cuts, bruises and
Mr. J. F. Price of Tuscumbla, Ala.,,
writes:-"I am an ehgineer on the!
Southern Road from Chattanooga to
Memphis. Tenn. The continued ele
vation of my arm upon the throttle
gives it a sore feeling when on a long
journey, and there is nothing that
will take the soreness out !ike Sloan's
Liniment, and I keep a bottle In my
Never put the advice of a friend
in the same pocket you carry money.
Two Boxes of Tetterine Cure Tetter
Case of io Years Sanding.
"I have been troubled with a severe
case of Tetter for ten years; nava tried
doctors In nearly every State In the un
ion, as I am on thc road all the time.
In Columbia last weok a druggist recom
mended Tetterine. I laughed at him, but
bought a box: that gave mc relief, so 1
bought another and am entirely well. 1
shall take groat pleasure In ielllhg all
people In the show business of your mar
velous skin remedy." Lew .Vron,
Tetterine cures Eczema, Tetter, Ring
Worm. Ground Itch. Itching Piles. In
fant's Sore Head. Pimples. Bolls. Rough
Scaly Patches on the Face, Old Itching
Sores. Dandruff. Cankered Scalp. Rim
ions. Corns. Chilblains and every form.of
S!dn Dlseaee. Tetterine 50c; Tetterine
Soap 25c. Your druggist, or by mail from
the manufacturer, The Shuptrlne Co
No black balls are cast against tbe
man who makes application' tb join
ike clown and cut club.
To restore a normal action to liver, kid
neys, stomach and bowels, take barfield
Tea, the mild hero laxativo.
The man with a scheme is more
likely to be hungry than the one with
a spade. .. . So. 7-'09.
CHILD HAD SIXTY BOILS
And Suffered Annually With a Red
Scald-Like Humor on Her Head
Troubles Cured by Cuticurn.
"When my little Vivian waa about six
months old her head broke out in boils.
She had about sixty in all and I used Cuti*
eura Soap and Cuticura Ointment which
cured her entirely. Sometime later a
humor broke out behind her ears and
spread up on to ber head until it was near
ly half covered. The humor looked like a
scald, very red with a sticky, clear fluid
coming from it. This occurred every
spring. I always used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment which never failed to heal lt up.
The last time it broke out it became so bad
that 1 was discouraged, l'ut I continued
the use of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and j
Resolvent until she was well and has never |
been troubled in the last two years. Mrs.
M. A. Schwerin, 674 Spring Wells Ave.,
Detroit, Mich., Feb. 24, 1908. "
Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props,
of Cu ti ct.ra Remedies, Bostm, Mass.
are promptly relieved by a sin
.gle dwe Qf Piso's Cure. The
regular use of this hmous re
medy will relieve the worst
form of coughs, colds, hoarse
ness, bronchitis, asthma and dis
eases of thc throat and tann.
Absolutely free from harmful
drugs aha opiates. For half a
century ths household remedy
in militons of homes.
At oQ druggists', 25 cte.
Vfr'ib: und, ste luhuTtVnsui'iU do.fror^ou
MflCO^f. GEOT(GIR &
?fhe?t.hooi olf Experts =^==
?ITTTVncrrimun. . -, tuu,?nf?nderjon.
????ron,.* . ^GOo- Vrmdent
Removes all swelling In 8 to aa
dayl ; effects a permanent euro
In joto 60 days. Trial treatment
elven free. Noth'.Dgcaa be fairer
Write Dr. H. H. Green's Sons.
Specialist!. Box B Atlanta, 0?
Nothing New or
' For many genoratlons Goos.; Orease ha.-) beou
recognized M a wonderful romadlal modi um
lc treating and curing Pneumonia, Grippe,
Rheumatism and Neuralgia. RICE'S GOOSI
GREASE LINIMENT is made (:om pure goose
grease, with other valuable ouratlv? ingre
dients added. Try it.
95?-At all Druggists and Dealers-35o.
ME GREASE COM
JOHN WHITE & CO.
CDghest market price
LA ni FC Let us send von FBEE ? fiO-Cent
ALMEZ) Box of VITA SAXA, a Home
Treutment for Female Diseases. Write
now. EUWIti MERCER Cu.. Dopt H. DsTaorr moa.
WANTED-Active, energetic raen to represent us.
Profltsb * po*lu< ns. Hustlers malts big ninney.
Cash wrekly sdviince? Completo ?utStfrre. Write
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In the cigar factory the bales are
opened as needed. The tobacco re
quired for the daj's' work is first
dampened and then goes to the strip
pers, who remove the stem nnd mid
rib of the leaf. The leaves are classi
fied into wrappers and . fillers and
turned over to the cigar-maker, .who,
with no other tool than a knife, cuts
out his wrappers, shapes the filler
in the hollow of his hand and deftly
rolls the material into a finished
cigar. There are cigar-making ma
chines, but these are employed only
for making the cheaper grades of
cigars from domestic tobacco. It is
a peculiar fact that despite the WOP
derful progress of mechanical eon
trivances in all lines of manufacture,
the better grades of cigars are made
today exactly as they were a hun
dred years ago.-Carl Werner, in
The Bohemian Magazine for Febru
Louisville, Ky.-"Lydia E. Pink
ham's Yogetable Compound has cer
E5SSB88^H?SB5I tain ly done me a
Bfe?s?B^^ world of good and
??folkwMaMSI I cannot praise it
enough. ? suffered
ness, and a severe
pound has restored
me to perfect
health ana kept me
_ from the operating
table. I will never be without this
medicine in the house."-Mrs. SAM'L
LEE, 3523 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky.
Another Operation Avoided.
Adrian, Ga. -"I suffered untold
misery from femal? troubles, and my
doctor said an operation was my only
chance, and I dreaded it almost as
much as death. Lydia E. Pinkha?n's
Vegetable Compound completely cured
me without an operation."-LENA V.
HENET, R. F. D. 3.
Thirty years of unparalleled suc
cess confirms the power o? Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to
cure female diseases. The great voU
urse of unsolicited testimony constant
ly pouring in proves conclusively t?at
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is a remarkable remedy for those
distressing feminine ills from utich
so many women suffer._
A man should advertise like he
marries-for twenty-fojir hours, and
Cures Ttagatbe Blood
Color more goods brighter and faster colors toa? anv ol
can dye any gnrment without ripping apart. Write 1
Can bc handled very easily. The sick ?re cured, nd all ?toen Itt
same ?table, no matter how "exposed,** kept from l:avlnjr tiro
disease, by using SPOHN'S LIQUID DKTEMPKR CC It . Otra
on thc tongue or In feed. Aots on the blood and cz pols germ?
of all forms of distemper. Best romedy ever known for mares la
foal. One bottle guaranteed to cure oncease. Mic and ?tl abottlei
' 85 and $10 dozen, of druggist* and harness dealer*, or H nt rxpresC
paid by zn an ufa: turora. Cut shows how to poultice throats. Our
free Booklet givoo everything. Local agents wanted. Largest
selling horse romedy In ealstonce- twelve years.
SP O KN MEDICAL CO., Chemists acd B:cteriol:?lsts, Goshen, Ind., U. S. A.
iLre you one of the thousands of women who
suffer from female ailments ? If so, don't be discour
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Cardui. On the wrapper are full directions for use.
During the last half century, Cardui has been
established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy
for pain which only women endure. It is reliable,
contains no harmful ingrediente and can be depend
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It Will Help Yon
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ALL DRUG STORES
requires the best selected seed and the most thorough cultiva
tion; but the real difference between profit and loss on the
crop depends on Potash. It makes strong, sturdy stalks and
well shaped ears filled out to thc very tip, with every kernel
sound. Fertilizers high in phosphoric acid, with a little nitro
gen, wont do. They need Potash to complete them-15 to 20
lbs. to the hundred. Supplement the manure or clover or fer
tilizer with 50 lbs. of Muriate of Potash per acre.
POTASH IS PROFIT
Valuable Literature, Free, on Fertilizing Corn and all other Crojs
GERHAN KALI WORKS, 1224 Candler Bldg, Atlanta
NEW Y?R?-93 Nassau Si. CHICAGO j Monadnock Block
CABBAGE PLANTS FOI SALE.
We are situated on the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad main
line with four expresses daily. Any one buying cabbage*
plants from us will have one day's advantage over the Meg-"
gett and Young's Island territory, as they have only one ex
press a day* Our plants are frost proaf and will stand any
\ Lots 1,000 to 5,000 $1.25 per thousand.
Lots of 6.000 to 20,000 90c per thousand.
Varieties: Charleston Wakefield, Early Jersey Wakeffeld
and Flat Dutch. Satisfaction and count guaranteed. Always
send cash with order. Give us an order and see for yourself .
GRIEF POND PLANT COMPANY,
GREEN POND, SOUTH CAROLINA,
i.hniod on Private Gin.
5 Bushels at $1.00 per bushel; 10 Bush
els at 90c per bushel; 20 Bushels, at 80c
per bushel, f. o. b., Langley, S. C.
W. H. FRANKLIN, Augusta, Go., R. 4.
Hero are the best five o (Tc rs of the
season. Have been In business 28
years and know srood seeds; ship only
i Best Northern Clover, bushel - - - S6.:
Best Fancy Timothy, bushel - - - 1.1
Best Kentucky Blu* Grass, bushel - l.<
Best Kentucky Orchard Grass, bushel 2.!
Best Fancy Red Top. lb. - - - - - .1
i Cotton bags, 20c. (.lush with order.
Write for Catalog and prices on Garden1
Seeds and Onion Sets. ?
CABBAGE PLANTS ?
U to p!?Hsc purchaser. All varieties now
ready .orsk.rment. Small lot* 81.25per "M":
lots of 5.000 or over at Sl.lO per"M" aud special
pricfltf on lariro o.deis. We elvo quicker and
prompter service than any other jrro wer In S.O.
ai.il wo solicit your valued patronajro. Writ?
for our "BOOKLET" on thu growth and culti
vation of Cabbaire. written by Geo. L. Sands.
The GEO. L. SANDS CO..B1W 5,Uantwwl??.S.O.
SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BELTS
LOMBARD IR09 WORKS, AUGUSTA. GA.
118 Second St LOUISVILLE, KY.
Per Salzcrti catii og, page 123.
Largest growers of onion and vegetable
seeds in the wnrW. Big catalog free; Ol',
send 16c la stamps and reoeiro catalog aa 1
1000 kernels each of onions, carrots, celer}-,
radishes, 1300 each lettuce, rutabaga, tui>
nips, 100 parsley, 100 tomatoes, 100 melon?,
12(0 charmin? Cower- seeds, In all 10,000 ko
nels, easily worth 151 of any man's money.
Or, send 20c. and we will add one package
of Earliest Poop O'Day Street Corn.
SALIER SEED CO., te A C_ La Cross?, Wit
Closo to the repots.. Post Office, Capital
square, Wholesale and Retail sections.
Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginseng,
Golden Soo!,(Yellow Root), May Apple,
Wild Ginger, etc We are dealer?!
atab&ihed ia 1656-"Over half a ceatarj ia
LoL-irnBc"-and can do better for you thia
astell or cotomnaoa merchants. Refere 1101,
any Bank in louisville. Write for weekly
price lut sad shippiog tags.
ra. Sahel 4 Sons.
227 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY.
WE SHIP BEST QUALITY FIELD
AND GARDEN SEEDS DIRECT TO
FARMERS AT LOWEST WHOLE
WE SELL CLOVERS, GRASSES,
SEED OATS, SEED CORN, CANE
SEED, MILLET, COW PEAS, SOJA
BEANS, PEANUTS, SEED POTA
TOES, CABBAGE PLANTS, POTATO
and TOMATO SLIPS, ONION SETS,
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ALL KINDS GARDEN, FIELD AND
FLOWER SEEDS, LAND PLASTES
AND FERTILIZERS". WRITE US
FOR PRICES AND SAMPLES.
STATE WHAT YOU WANT.
NASHVILLE SEED CO.
215 Second Avenue, North.
;s, Itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood
Poison, Eczema, Bone Pains.
. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) ls the only Blood remedy that kills tbc poison in
blood and then purifies it-sending a flood of pure, rich blood direct to the skin
face, Bonos. JointM, and wherever the .-uenaels located. In this way all Sores,
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St' *,weI1'n*s suIwMe. B. K B. completely changes the body Into clean, healthy
dillon, plvlnK the slt'.n the rich, red hue of perfect heal.h. B. B. II. cures th'
rat old cases. Try lt. SI OO por largo bottle nt all Pnz Scores with direction*
home onre. SAMPLE FREE bj writing BLOOD li ALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
her dye. Ono 10c. package colors all libera They dyo in cold water better than any other dyo. Toa
or free booklet-How to nyc, Bleach and iHx Colors. MONROE ll RUO CO- Ur's rr ll Uri niel