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LADY WRITES THANKS
For the Great Bene?t that Car?
dui, the Woman's Tonic,
Was to Her When Sick.
Paint iick, Ky.-"I suffered io
much from womanly trouble," writes
Mrs. Mary Freeman, of Paint Lick,
Ky., before I commenced to take Car
"I was so weak from it that I was
down on my back nearly all. the time.
"I have taken three bottles of Ca'
dui and it has done me more, good
than any medicine I ever took in my
"I can't possibly praise it too highly,
it has done so much for me and I will
do all I can to help you, for I think
it is the only medicine on earth that
will cure female troubles."
You need not be afraid to try Car
dui, for in so doing you are making
no new experiment in drug dosing or
in tablets of concentrated mineral in
Cardui as a medicine, as a tonic for
weak, tired, worn-out women, is time
tested, safe, reliable, it has helptd
others and should certainly help you.
Composed of gentle-acting, herb in
gredients, its action is mild and natur
al and it has no bad after-effects, as
have many of the powerful drugs,
N. B.-Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
Tenn., for Special Instructions, and 64
page book, "Home Treatment for Wo
men," sent in plain wrapper, on requent.
"I have been using Cascarela for In
somnia, with which I have been afflicted
for twenty years, and I can say that Cas
care ts have given me more relief than any
other remedy I have ever tried. I shall
certainly recommend them to my fri ea di
?s being all that they are represented."
Thos. Gillard, Elgin, 111.
Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good.
Do Good. Never Slcken/Weaken or Grip?.
10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The gen
nine tablet stamped C C C. G u ar aa teed to
core or your money back. 924
Restores Gray Hair to Natural'Color;
..EMOVE3 DANDRUFF ANO SCURF
lavigoratet and preterit* the hair from felling off,
fer Sal* by OruRglats, er Sent Direct by
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Virginia
erin Al Per Soul? bm?li Celtic jje. Sind fer Cir*.I*rt
This is Cyrus O.
Bates, the man who
Joy and Goose
two of the greatest
things known to
Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginseng,
Golden S en!, ( Yellow Root). May Apple.
WCd Glaser, etc Wo are do al? ni
tiuhE.hed ia 1856-"Oer half a century ia
LouirrJlo"- ad can do better for you thu
attira or COSJS?M?UI mcrciuuiu. Refereoca,
orv Bask ia Lcuiu'Ue. Wri t for weekly
ewes ?itt and tkipcit^ tag*.
td. Sab?! & Sons,
rn E. Market SI. LOUISVillg.KY.
maegan i wmn MWSL
Whatever makes men good .Chris
tians, makes them good citizens.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
Put a little stone in your pocket
when walking up a steep hill on the
road wiih big load, and "chock the
wheel!" now and then with it t<
rout tho tired horses. So. 13-*10.
WELL KIDNEYS KEEP THE BODY
When the kidneys do their duty
the blood ls filtered clear of uric acid
and other waste.. Weak kidneys do
not filter off all the
bad matter. This la
the cause of rheuN
matic pains, back?
ache and urinary dis-*
orders. Doan's Kid
ney Pills cure weak
Henry J. Brown,
53 Columbus St.,
Charleston, 8. C.,
says: "For two years
I suffered with my
pains drove me near
ly frantic. My limbs
helped me until I be
gan using Doan's
Kidney Pills, and by that time I had
nearly given up hope. They brought
me quick relief and a final cure."
Remember the name-Doan's. Sold
by al) dealers. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. 50 cents a box. .
MT. ETNA ROARING
People frenzied With Pear at
Madness of Mountain
BLOODY WORK OF J. H. BETHEA
South Carolinian Pulls His Pistol on
Pullman Train and Kills Conduc
tor and Porter.
Catania, Sicily, Special-Mount
Etna, -whose eruptions in the past
have wrought great destructs n, is
again in a violent state of activity.
A pronounced movement within the
crater began Thursday evening,
steadily increasing in volume,* and
the gravest fears are entertained as
to the results, if the eruption con
tinues in its present violent form.
At Nicolosi, ten miles from the
crater, the entire population had
gathered in the square to watch the
volcano which appeared as a black
phantom above. Now and then it
was illuminated with flashes of light,
appearing almost red. Higher up the
rain of cinders became tl icker and ex
tended like a veil across the moun
tain. A deep roaring was heard, and
detonations like -the sound of ar
tillery following one another in quick
succession, while the earth shook un
Prof. Ricco, director of Mouni
Etna observatory, said: "The erup
tion is very grave, and I think it will
become much more serious. The
lava has covered five miles in sixteen
hours, and if my calculations are
right the eruption of the volcano will
not be short."
Kidnappers Keep Alma Kellner.
Louisville, Ky.} Special.-At the
request of Frank Fehr, cousin of Lit
tle Alma Kellner, who was kidnapped
last December from the streets near
her home, Governor "Wilson has
withdrawn the offer by the state of
$500 for the arrest and conviction of
her abductors^ Fehr explained to
the governor that the family was
convinced the reward is keeping the
child's abductors from proposing
terms, and that if revoked the coast
would be made clear for any possible
There is still $2,500 offered for the
return of thc Kellner child, $1,000 by
the city council, as much mote by the
parents and $500 by Whallen Broth
ers, an amount which it is stated, will
be paid solely for the restoration of
the child to her parents, and with
the understanding that no questions
will be asked._
Lives Sacrificed From Ignorance.
Washington, Special.-That 600,000
lives are sacrificed annually on the
altar of this country's ignorance and
neglect of sanitary and health laws,
was asserted by Senator Owen in the
course of a speech in the senate in
support of his bill creating a depart
ment of health with a cabinet officei
at its- head.
In addition to the 600,000 case3 of
fatal illness annually, Mr. Owen as
serted that an average of 3,000,000 of
people were constantly sick in this
country with preventable diseases.
The $156?000,000 Pension Bill.
Washington, Special.-^-The pension
bill, carrying appropriations of about
$156,000,000, was passed by the house
Thursday. Nearly the entire session
was occupied by a contest, against
the provision of the measure as re
ported from the committee on pen
sions, for the abolition of the 18
pension agencies now in operation
throughout the country. By a vote of
74 to 94 the house refused to over
rule the recommendations of the com
mittee. The legislative, executive
and judicial appropriation bill, car
rying about $34,000,000 was passed
by the senate. Very few amendments
Egyptians Interested in Roosevelt.
Cario, Egypt, By Caple - Col.
Roosevelt's visit excites much inter
est not only among the Americans
who arrived at Cario to see the. ex
president and take part in the greet
ings, but among the populace. A
half hour was spent Friday after
noon with the kh?dive, at thc palace,
the kh?dive showing the greatest in
terest in Col. Roosevelt's hunt.
Fire Destroys a Town.
Charleston, W. Va., Special.
With practically every home in the
prosperous mountain village of Mt.
Hope wiped from the earth by a fire
which swept that place Friday, at
least 2,000 persons rendered home
less are sleeping in the commons.
National Guard tents were distri
buted and an effort is being made to
house as many as possible of the
homeless. Many of the families lost
all of their household effects
Women and Girls Burned.
Chicago, Special.-Twelve persons
are dead in a fire which attacked
the L. Fish Furniture Company's
building Friday. About 40 employes
escaped! A girl who jumped from a
third story window died at a hospital.
The dead were trapped, it is said,
on tho fourth, fifth and sixth floors,
when an explosion of benzine on the
fourth floor wrapped the building in
War Ships at Foreign Exposition.
San Francisco, Special.-This week
the cruiser South Dakota joined the
cruiser Tennessee, off the Farallone
Islands and began the 8,500 mile
voyage of the two warships to Bue
anos Ayres, through the Straits of
Magellian. The two vessels are to
accompany the armoved cruisers Mon
tana and North Carolina and with
them, will represent the United States
at the Pan-American exposition in
THE NEWS MINUTELY TOLD
The Heart of Happenings Carved
From the Whole Country.
The house committee on naval
affairs has favorably reported a bill
appropriating $100,000 to raise the
?battleship Maine in Habana harbor.
j Weakness, brought on by an oper
ation for blood transfusion, was
declared to have caused the death of
Bonard Lizer, a painter, who fainted
on a scaffolding five stories above the
street in New York, and fell to his
death. The young painter had been
io- destitute circumstances and had
submitted to an operation for blood
transfusion, in order to obtain money
to pay his grocery bill and rent.
In accordance with law, the U. S.
government will pay the next of kin
of the officers and crew of the Nina
the men's full wages for six months.
After that, under the terms of the
general pension law, the dependent
relatives will receive the usual pen
Prof. Ellie Methnikoff, of the Pas
teur Institute, Paris, has overcome
the principal obstacle to the prepar
ation of an effective anti-typhoid
vaccine. This disease, heretofore has
been incommunicable to the lower
animals, and Prof. Methnikoff has
now succeeded in infecting monkeys
with the typhoid germ. By this means
he has been able to obtain exact
symptoms permitting accurate experi
ments on the action of his vaccines.
As the result of a quarrel over the
boundary line between their planta
tions, Will Woolfolk was shot and
probably fatally wounded by Mrs.
Fannie Perry, his sister, near Wool
Because, as it is alleged,, she re
fused to receive his attentions, Wil
liam Schraeder at Lewiston, Pa., shot
and killed Bertha Singley, aged 26.
Schraeder was captured and taken
to jail by the girl's brother.
Lieutenant S. B. Buckner broke the
record for time in the ascent of
Popocatepetl, going from the Las'
Cruces to the crater, a distance of
about 3,000 feet, in snow and soft
volcanic asb, in two hours and 15
Mrs. Antony Internate, to foil pos
sible burglars, concealed $500 in
money and $1,500 worth of jewels in
the toe of a shoe in her Brooklyn
home, and during her absence an at
tentive servant gave the shoe to a
cobbler to be repaired, the maid hav
iug heard the mistress remark that
the sole needed repairing. The shoe
was recovered with the valuables.
Mrs. Margaret Wickliffe Beckham
one of the best known women in
Kentucky, ie dead. She was a daugh
ter of Robert Wickliffe, formerly
Governor of Louisiana, granddaugh
ter of Charles A. Wickliffe, former
ly Governor of Kentucky and Post
master General in President Tyler's
Cabinet, and aunt of J. C. Beckham,
who a few years ago was Governoi
The lid has been lifted in the up
per tenderloin of San Francisco,
bringing joy to the hearts of the re
sort keepers. The revivals of th?
gay night in the cafes was madt
possible by an order adopted by th(
board of police commissioners upo]
the petition of 600 business men.
A record run by a special trail
from New York to Greenwich pre
ceded the arrival in the world of i
grand nephew to Andrew Carnegie
George Lauder, Jr., a nephew of th*
ironmaster, is the father of the lates
candidate for a share in the Carnegi
millions. The one-car special whtel
broke all speed records between Ne\
York and Greenwich carried two Ne\
The average child at 1 year of ag
represents an investment of abou
$75, according to Prof. E. H. Arnold
of the Yale Medical school. At th
age of 15, he Hays, the child owe
the world in the neighborhood o:
$2,000. At 18 he begins to keep him
self and at 30 or 35 he has given bael
all that he has cost and is square wit]
The most unusual robbery in tb
history of the section of Forest Hill
La., was perpetrated when the re
mains of E. D. ' Gainier wefre ex
humed and gold teeth, a diamond rinc
a gold watch and cuff buttons wer
taken from the body. The body ws
sealed in a tomb more than fbirt
Bob (Robert L.) Tucker, well know
horse owner and trainer, died sud
denly Thursday at his homef a
Louisville, Ky., of heart failure.
Liberty, Miss., observed its on
hundredth anniversary by shippin
a carload of molasses.
The report that a pot containin
$4,000 in gold was dug up on the ol
Fort place, in the heart of Lexin?
ton, S. C., ?3 attracting considerab
intc-rest. For many years parties hai
be(V trespassing on this piece c
property in search of money, it
said, and unless all signs fail, tl
hidden treasure has been at la
* The Woodmen of the World <
Durham, N. C., have decided to ere
a marble monument to mark tl
spot io commemorate the surrend
of General Joseph E. Johnston
General W. T. Sherman at a spot foi
miles from the city.
The House has declined to provi
Speaker Cannon and Vice Preside
Sherman with a present of hors
power touring cars.
Little Girl Murdered and Burned,
New York, Special.-The body
Ruth Wheeler, the little girl grac
ate who was lured from her wido
ed mother on Thursday last by
decoy offer of employment was fou
late Saturday afternoon, huddled
a gunny sack on a fire escape outs
the apartment of Albert Wolter, t
man charged with her abduction.
She had been strangled with
? short end of thrfc-eighths ro;
hacked with a knife, burned beyo
i recognition and thrust carelessly <
! of doors like so much rubbish.
IRESOLVED: THAT CHARITY GENERALLY BEGINS
?WHEN THE LIVER AND BOWELS ARE RIGHT.
MUNYON'S PAW-PAW PILLS KEEP THEM
IN GOOD CONDITION. IQ PILLS INA BOX IO?
M on y on's Paw Paw Pills coax the liver
into activity by gentle methods. They do
not scour, gripe or weaken. They are a
tonic to the stomach, liver and nerves;
invigorate Instead of weaken. They en
rich the blood and enable the stomach to
get ali the nonrishment from food that la
pot into it These pills contain no calo
mel; they are BOO th In g\ healing and stim
ulating. For sale by all druggists in 10c
and 25c sizes, Ii yon need medical ad
vice, write Mnnyon B Doctors. They will
advise to the best of their ability abso
lutely free of Charge. MUNYON'S, 6J4
?aid Jefferson lite., Philadelphia, Pat.
BUV"BATTL? AXE" SHOES
is Ihe ihost that haunt: ""ry hoar of a
child's lift. GOWAN'S PREPARATION
fives Instant relief and comfort Just rub
lt on-don't weaken the stomach with
drags. Keep il In the home. $1.00, 50c,
25c All dmidsts.
The UNIT Road Machine
One Man and One Team
PRICE ONE-FIFTH AS MUCH AS
DOES WORK Y
AT HALF -A
THE COST "
Dept. C RICHMOND, VA.
Thompson's Eye Wafer
When spring unlocks the flowers
price to pay for a little hair?-New
Not an Inch of Healthy Skin Left.
"My little son, a boy of five^ broke
out with an itching rash. Three doc
tors prescribed for him, but he kept
getting worse until we could not dress
him any more. They finally advised
me to try a certain medical college,
but its treatment did no good. At
the time I was induced to try Cutl
cura he was so bad J^ajt l had to cut
his hair off and put tneCuticura Oint
ment on him on bandages, as it was
impossible to touch bim with the bare
hand. There waB not one square inch
of skin on his whole body that was
not affected. He was one mass of
sores. The bandages used to stick to
his skin and in removing them it used
to take the skin off with Lhem, and
the ocreams from the poor child were
h'?artbreaking. I began to think that
he would never get well, but after the
second application of Cutlcura Oint
ment I began to see signs of improve
ment, and with the third and fourth
applications the siores commenced to
dry up. His skin peeled off twenty
times, but lt finally yielded to the
treatment. Now I can say that he ls
entirely cured, and a stronger and
healthier boy you never saw than
he Is to-day, twelve years or more
since the cure was effected. Robert
Wattam, 1148 Forty-eighth St., Chi
cago, DI.. Oct. 9, 1909."
Most people judge men only hy
success or by fortune.
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
caseof I tching, Ulina, Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in 6 to ll days or money refunded. 60c.
Who are a little wise the hest fools
A trifling cough may become permanent
unless stopped. A 25c. bottle of Allen's
Lunj Balsam will stop it. All dealers. '
Parent-Willie, my father used to
whip me when I behaved as badly as
you are doing.
Willie-Well, I hope I'll never have
to tell my little boy that.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
Sing away sorrow, cast away care.
Many Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil
dren, used Dy Mother Gray, a nurse in
Children's Home, New York, cure Fever
ishness, Headache, Stomach Troubles,
Teething Disorders and Destroy Worms.
At all Druggists', 25c. Sample mailed FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Reporter-Say, do you know what
becomes of office boys who use such
Oilice Boy-Sure! Dey grows up
ter be city editors!-Cleveland Leader
Dr. pierce's rMeasunt Pelleta regulate and
invigorate stomach, liver nnd bowels
Sugar-coat jd, tiny granules, easy to take.
Do not gripe_
'Tis in matrimony to begin with a
MIT. Wir-Ws Soothing Syrup for Children
teethin . .jftensthe gums,reduces inflnmma
tior, allays pain, cure? wind colic, 25c. a bottle.
Write mo as one who loves his
Wund erf ul Statistics.
When lt is considered thar. the percentage
of deaths from consumption ls 91 Der thou
sand against 63 per thousand of any other
malady, how important to guard against a
6light cold by taking Taylor's Cherokee
Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mulloin, tho
tested medicine for cough?., colds and con
sumption, whooping cough, croup.
At druggists, 25c. and 60.:.
Respect thc faculty that forms thy
[t is Today the Most Promising Area
of The Republic.
Richard H. Edmonds, in a recent
issue of The Manufacturers' Record,
presents an array of figures illustra
tive of the South's phenomenal pro
gress since the war, and. the exhibit
which he makes will doubtless prove
an eye-opener, even to the South her
Neither the capitalist in search of
a field of investment for his money
nor the immigrant in quest of a home
for his children can do better than to
act upon the recommendation which
the Baltimore editor makes in this elo
For the South is today the most
promising area of the whole republic.
Mr. Edmonds estimates the value
of last year's cotton c.:op. at $1,000,
000,000, a sum equal to twice the out
put of all the gold mines in existence
for the same period of months.
The annual yield of grain is fixed
in round numbers at 800,000,000 bush
Says Mr. Edmonds:
"Southern cotton mills are now
consuming 2,500,000 bales of cotton a
year, or as much as all other mills in
the United States are consuming of
Southern grown cotton.
"The South has 62,000 square milea
of bituminous coal lands, as against
17,000 in Great Britain, Germany,
France and Austra combined.
"The South is now mining over
113,000,000 tons of butuminous coal
a year, as compared with 42,000,000
tons, the entire bituminous outppt of
the United States in 1880.
"According io official records, the
South has more iron ore than foreign
experts claim for all of Eurpoe.
"The South is producing nearly
one-half the sulphur of the world,
and is absolutely dominating the
world's sulphur trade.
"Phosphate rock, the foundation of
the great fertilizer industry, is found
in larger quantity under more ad
vantageous conditions of mining in
the South than elsewhere in the world.
"Over 40 per cent of all the stand
ing timber in the United States is
in the South.
"Nowhere else on earth are found
in thc same country the foundations
of all great manufacturing interests
-cotton, coal, iron, lumber, phosphate
rock, oil, sulphur, gas, water -powers
and many other things.
"With a population less by 3.000,
000 or 4,000,00 than the total popu
lation of the United States? in I860,
thc wealth of the South is $6,000,000.
000 greater than the total wealth of
the whole country in 1860.
"The marbles, granites, building
stones and clays of thc South n-e un
surpassed in quality and s-arcely
equaled in quantity elsewhere in
America, furnishing a limitless field
for development work.
"Southern railroads must spend
$2,000,000,000 in ten years to provide
facilities needed in.Southern growth.
"All of the present development,
of the railroad and industrial work in
the South is only the revival of .what
was being done prior to 1860 on a
relatively still larger scale, which
shows the inborn trait of Southern
people to turn' to industrial interests.
"The total value of the agricul
tural products of the South last year
was $2,550,000,000, which is . more
than the total of the agricultural out
put of the United States in 1800,
when the population of the country
was 63.000,000, while the population
of the South at present is 27,500,000.
"The United States Steel Corpora
tion, having already invested about
$50,000,000 in Alabama, is carrying
out vast improvements, including the
building of'a $3,000,000 steel and
wire plant, a storage reservoir lake
for the use of its own works to hold
2,500,000,000 gallons of water, a coke
oven plant to produce 3,000 tons of
of coke per day and other undertak
ings which will add immensely to tho
prosperity of the wholo South.
"A Southern port outranks all oth
er ports in the United States in ex
port trade, except New York, the val
ue of its foreign exports and imports
being $185,000,000, or $27,000,000 in
excess of the total foreign exports
and imports of all Pacific coast ports
"Great drainage undertakings are
now being carried out in the South,
reclaiming wet or overflowing lands,
and making susceptible to cultivation
some of the richest lands in the world.
Much of this easily reclaimed land
has a soil not surpassed, if equaled,
in the world for fertility and depth.
Through the utilization of such land
the wonderful development of rice
growing in Louisiana was made pos
sible, and the hundreds of millions of
values, thus created will be more than
duplicated by further drainage opera
Last year, it is stated, 200,000 per
sons moved into the South from oth
er sections, and facts and figures like
the foregoing need only to be given
proper currency to unloose the golden
tide of prosperity upon Dixie land.
COTTON CROP OF 1909 SHORT.
Census Report Shows the Crop to Be
10,363,240 Bales, Counting Round
as Half Bales.
Washington, Special.-The census
cotton report shows tho crop of 1909
to be 10,363,240 bales, counting round
ns hnlf bales and including linters
compared with 13,432,131 for 1908.
Cotton estimated by pinners ss re
maining to be ginned and included in
the statistics for 1909 is 49,488 bales.
The balee by States, counting round
as half bales and including linters is
Alabama, 1,071,985; Arkansas,
715,670; Florida, 62,711; Georgia.
1.897,761; Louisiana, 266,800; Mis
sissippi, 1,106,170; North Carolina,
647.747; Oklahoma, 571,370; South
Carolina, 1,160.167; Tennessee, 248,
778; Texas,' 2,549,417. All other
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? We can
furnish positive proof that it has made many remarkable
cures after all other means had failed.
are suffering with some form of female
illness should consider this.
As such evidence rear1 ?nese two unsolicited testimonia1!
letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest state?
ments of facts.
Cresson, Pa.-" Five years ago I had a had fall, and hurt;
myself inwardly. I was under a doctor's caro for nine weeks,
and when I stopped I grew worse again. I sent for a bottle of
Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound, took it as directed,
and no w I am a stout, hearty woman."-Mrs. EUa E. Aikey,
Baird. "Wash. -"A year ago I was sick with kidney and
Madden* troubles and female weakness. The doctors gave mo
up. AH they could do was to just let me go as easily as possible.
I was adviiscd by friends to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Con pound and Blood Purifier. I am completely cured of my
ills, and1. I am nearly sixty years old."-Mrs. Sarah Leighton,
Evidence like the above is abundant showing that the
derangements of the female organism which breed all.kinds
of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not
cure, are the very disorders that give way to Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Women who are afflicted with similar troubles, after
reading two such letters as the above, should be encouraged
to try this wonderfully helpful remedy.
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
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female ills. No sick woman docs justice to
herself wlio will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
BwflPfc) Mrs. Pink h am inviter, all sick women
mrmW to write her for advice^ She bas
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. Pinkhnm, Lynn, Mass.
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