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Will purify your blood, clear
your complexion, restore your
appetite, relieve your tired feel
ing, build you up. Be sure to
take it this spring.
Get lt today In liquid form or in tab
lets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses tl.
Use of Harrows and Weeders.
At this season of the year and a
little later, harrows and weeders
should play a very important part
in farm economy. As fast as land*
is broken each half day's breaking
should be harrowed, to pulverize any
clods that may be present before they
dry out and become hard. Pulveriz
ing is easily done at the proper time,
but if clods are left to become hard
they may be in the way in planting
and cultivating for a considerable
time. The harrowing also helps to
keep the moisture in the soil and
makes it mellow. The thoughtful and
observant farmer in this section of
the country knows that we almost in
variably have a drought during the
summer, so they begin thus early to
keep the moisture in the soil for
future use. Since plants take their
food only when dissolved in water,
we know that if there is no moisture
in the soil there is no food there
that can be used by the plants. Of i
course, the yield of the crop "is cutf
off under such conditions.
Perseverance gains its meed and
patience wins the race.
LIQUID LARGE, ;$l.0Q. SMALL, 50c.
?7 .? 2 ? Effectire for Eczema, Itch, Ring-worm.,
PoUoa Oak. Insect Stings, etc. AU Skia Eruption? ,
ltd Scalp Alimenta.
You need not go to the Sulphur 8pringt; thia gires
you a> perfect Sulphur Buta and Invigorating Tonic '
OINTMENT LARGE JAR, SOe/siIALL 25c ?
?TT 2.7\. "V Swelling*, inflamed or ChareU Par
Bpltndld for the Complexion: keops the skin soft nae
rot B?la by Drugging, Manit'd by H\ftCOCK I
IX year Dealer car.'t supply you, teat by Mai
Do you realize there is r
you should use a coal range?
is lighter and easier to hai
heat. Provided you have t
economical, cleaner and less
The accompanying illustratio
its appearance. You really car
uso it yourself, or talk to someone who
a coal range will do-except beat the
Casfiooary Rote: Bes?te
you get thia stove-see
that thc name-plate
reads ^cw Perfection,',
The answer we have been giving to
young men who wish to get into agri
cultural journalism, is to go on a
iarm which is devoted to the specialty
he is most interested in and-work
and write, write, write, sending his
MSS. to farm papers; keep on send
ing them until he makes a reputation
for himself; then, if a way is to open
for him-it will open. Others may
give better advice than this
SheeL and goat raisers in South
west Texas are looking forward to
a record clip in wool and mohair.
About 10,000,000 pounds of this com
modity are said to be in sight,, as,
against 8,000,000 pounds last year.
TRIALS of the NEEDEMS
Kenyon'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 st omach, liver and nerren;
invigorate instead of weaken. They en
rich the' blood and enable the stomach to
get ali the nourishment from food that ia
pst into lt These pills contain no calo
mel; they are soothing, healing and stim
ulating. For sale by all druggists in 10c
and 25c size?. If yon need' medical ad
vice, writt, Many?nos Doctors. They will
advise to the best of their ability abso
lutely free of Charge. MVNYON'S, SM
KatA Jefferson St?V, Philadelphia, Pa,
, Grief makes one hour ten.
It is good to love the unknown.
Nothing is law that is not reason.
No legacy is so right as honesty.
God helps them that help themselves.
Art may err, but Nature cannot
The heart will break, yet brokenly
Never look for birds this year in
the nests of the last.
We are ne'er like angels till our
confronting anyone in need of a laxa
tive is not a question of a single ac
tion only, but of permanently .bene
ficial effects, which will follow proper
efforts to live in a healthful way, with
the assistance of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, whenever it is re
quired, as it cleanses the system
gently yet promptly, without irritation
and will therefore always have the
preference of all who wish the best of
The combination has the approval
of physicians because it is known to
be truly beneficial, and because it has
given satisfaction to the millions of
well-informed families who have used
lt for many years past
. To get its beneficial effects, always
buy the genuine manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only.
I TARI PTC For Bottle [50 tablotf]SOO. Results aro
1 "B"?S I wnurpruinit. tor*0iUO ACID Corrective,
1 Purlfyins th? Blood. Tonia* tho Stomach, and tn tho
treat moat and prevention of INDIGESTION. Dy*,
pec?la. Lumbago, Catarrh, Rheumatism. Gout,
Nephritic Colic. Stone In the Kidney and Bladder,
and mo?t Kidney. Liver and Stomach Alltneut*.
i MAGIC WONDER for Henwerholde. I'liea. Sorot,
ts. Burni. Bruise*, Sprain*, eta
1 removes Pimples, Blemishes, Blackheads, etc Try II.
.lQMDSULl'JIWt CO., liai ti more, Jlfd.
1 or Express, prepaid. Write for booklet on 8ulphaa
io longer any reason why
Oil is.cheaper than coal; it
idle, and gives an intense
he right stove, oil is more
trouble. Have you seen the
n gives you only a rough idea of
t't appreciate it until you either
bas "used it. It does everything that
room. The New Perfection Oil Cook
Stove will do anything, from heating a
kettle of water to cooking a course
limier, but it won't heat a room. It
doesn't "smell," it doesn't smoke. It
Can't get ont of order. Light it and it
ts ready. Turn it. down and it is out.
Only a woman who knows the trouble
of carrying coal and cooking in-a hot
kitchen can appreciate .what it means to
have a clean, perfect stove that will
cook anything, boil, bake or roast, and
yet won't heat the kitchen. How is it
done? The flame is controlled in tur
quoitc-blue enamel chimneys, and
directed against the bottom of pot, pan,
kettle or oven, and only there. The
flame operates exactly where it is needed
-and nowhere else. With this stove
your kitchen is cool.
The nickel finish with the bright blue
of the chimneys makes the stove oma?
mental and attractive. Made with 1,2
and 3 burners; the 2'and 3-burner
stoves can be bad with or without
Every aValPrereryrrhere; If not at yours, write tor
Descriptive Cir cn lar to tbs nearest agency of Ute
A BOLD, BAD MAN.
Undertakes a Hold-Up With a Spoon
for a Weapon.
German-fried .potatoes were on the
menu of the Kenton family, of 1618
the Paseo, last night, and 0. C. Ken
ton, father of the two children who
constitute the rest of the family, was
In the kitchen at his twice-a-day oc
cupation of cook. The children had
left the house for a moment Mr.
Kenton .was alone.
The knob of the kitchen door turn
ed and the door swung open. A man,
determined of face and rather heavy
of body, came from the darkness of
out-of-doors and the kitchen light
was reflected from a shiny object he
held in his hand.
"Hold up your hands!" the man
from without ordered In a stern
voice, and while the German-fries
spluttered, up went the hands of
Kenton. The glint of light on the
shiny object sent them there.
"Now, where's your money?" the
At first Kenton. did not answer.
Then he thought of the pay envelope
he might miss later in the week, and
decided to argue a bit.
"Now, looky here," he said, "I^m
an old man, nigh on to fifty-four. You
aren't going to hold me up, are you?"
"Where's your money?" insisted the
Kenton argued some more. Then
his eyes traveled to the shiny object
again. Incidentally the eyes grew
larger for Kenton saw that what he
believed to be a revolver <was only a
spoon, table size.
"Well," said Kenton, with more
confidence, moving toward an inner
door, "if you're going to act that way
about lt, I'll get my revolver."
The hand that held the spoon trav
eled to a hip pocket that was empty.
A second later where the bold, bad
man had stood there reaain?d only
emptiness and an open dow. Thc
"hold-up" was over and Kenton was
once more attending to the German
fries.-'Kansas City Star,
C. AJDowdy has been pardoned hy
Gov. Mann, of Virginia, for saving
the life of a prison guard who was
being attacked by another convict.
The U. S. Department of Agricul
ture has issued a cook book, telling
cooks how to make better use of the
cheaper cues of meat.
The combined length of the tele
phone and telegraph lines in Switzer
land is 14,717 miles. There are 2,
255 telegraph offices, which, in 1908,
handled 4,920,000 telegrams.
The United States government buys
about $7,000,000 worth cf coal every
year for use in the navy, in public
buildings in Washington and other
cities, and for other purposes.
The Swiss postal service, which in
cludes rural free delivery, is very
efficient. There are 3,907 post-of
fices in the Confederation, and 14,226
people are employed in handling the
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
To the hired man: You can be a
man whom the whole neighborhood
will want. How 1 Just by being fair
and square, earnest, honest, good na
tured and clean in all your life. No
out-of-work times for such a man.
Your Medicine Closet Should Contain
an emergency remedy" for acute Indigestion, food
poisoning or plain gripes. For any stomaeh distress
?liberal dose of
A CREAM OF CASTOR OIL,
promptly administered, will afford relief, and by
cleansing the system remove a cause for inness.
Palatal ls tasty, safe and effective. The Ideal cathar
tic, 25c, druggists or Murray DrugCo.. Columbia, aa
DAISY FLY_ KILLER "ttffi
- --Neat, clean, ct oameu.
lal. c?brenle:.;, cheap.
Lasts all lotion.
Mad? of metal, cannot
.spill or tip o?cr, ?III not
toil or In I ure anything.
C. uarar.tr efl effective.
-Of all dealers or tent
prepaid lor JO cents, i
* \1B0 DeKalb Are. ' '
GUMPTION ON THE FARM.
Sort well your seed, but first be
careful to select the right sort.
The bung-hole does not empty half
so many barrels as the little, ever
lasting drizzle from the spigot.
Never heard of anybody running
i the cultivator too much, except one
I man who was too busy cultivating to
I dig his wife's flower-beds for her.
j It will pay to have on haud dupli
cates of tue most breakable parts of
the harvester. It costs time, which is
valuable, to stop a machine in rush
days to wait for the broken parts.
When you wish permission to go
across another man's land, go and
ask for it. Don't take it for granted
that "it will be all right." You can
only be sure of that by going to head
quarters and talking with the master.
Out of 2,500 boys recently examin
ed in the schools of Kansas, only six
cigarette smokers were found to be
what would generally be called
"bright." Ten of the remainder
were average students, while all the
rest of the 2,500 were found to be
poor at their studies, or worthless.
In a little while summer boarders
will be in evidence. Deal gently with
them, brethren, when they ask you
how many eggs the eggplant produces
in a day, and when they ask to see
the cow that gives butter and cheese.
They mean well, but they are very
green concerning country ways; and
if they are frightened out of their
wits when they meet n flock of sheep,
do not remind them of their cheap
jokes about the perils of a country
- man crossing a busy street in town.
The summer boarder is usually will
ing to learn, and in time he will even
be able to distinguish between a bum
blebee and a grasshopper.
Killing weeds by spraying: To
make the spraying solution, empty a
hundred-pound sack of sulphate of
iron into a fifty-gallon barrel; fill to
the chine with water and stir with a
hoe for a few minutes until dissolved.
Strain through several thicknesses of
cheesecloth tacked over manhole of
the spraying machine, producing a
real mist free from drops. Use about
fifty gallons to the acre, and spray
on a bright, warm dav. or on a dark,
damp day; it does not matter so long
as rain does not come within eighteen
or twenty hours. This spray will not
harm grain crops, and will kill wild
mustard and various other weeds.
A Surprise in Brooklyn.
An adult's food that can save a
baby proves itself to be nourishing
and easil: digested and good for big
and little folks. A Brooklyn man
"When bahy was about eleven
months old he began to grow thin
and pale. ? This was, at first, attrib
uted to the heat and the fact that
his teeth were coming, but, In reality,
the poor little thing was starving, his
mother's milk not being sufficient
"One day after he had cried bitter
ly for an hour, I suggested that my
wife try him on Grape-Nuts. She
soaked two teaspoonfuls in a saucer
with a little sugar and warm milk.
This baby ate so ravenously that she
fixed a second which he likewise fin
"It was not many days before he
forgot all about being nursed, and
has since lived almost exclusively on
Grape-Nuts. To-day the boy is strong
and robust, and as cute a mischief
maker as a thirteen months old baby
is expected to be.
"We have put before him other
foods, but he will have none of their.,
evidently preferring to stick to that
which did him so much good-his
old friend Grape-Nuts.
"Use this letter any way you wish,
for my wife and I can never praise
Grape-Nuts enough after the bright
ness lt has brought to our house
Grape-Nuts is normade for a baby
food, but eiperir^ce with thousands
of babies shows ii to be among the
best, if not entirely the best in use.
Being a scientific preparation of Na
ture's grains, it is equally effective
as a body and brain builder for
Read the little book, "The Road
to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a
Ever read the above letter? A new
ono appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human.
'fcggk GOLDS ?FFEST
Wm THE mw
gists. Buy a bo!'LIU today.
Here and There.
How we apples swim!-Swift.
The end must justify the means
Some people are more nice tl
Pleasure will be paid, one time
Folks never understand the io.
All are but parts of one stupendc
All rising to great places is by
Man, false man, smiling destruct]
Tomorrow do thy worst, for I ha
The childhood shows the man,
morning shows the day.
What a strange thing is man! Ai
what a stranger is woman!
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
Park Bapids, Minn.-"I was sick fe
TTT -jdjs^ ,rT*n yc^rs while passin
/^?kTi^^ through the Chang
W^P^^Qi. '? : of Life and wa
g|| w hardly able to b
;:j:S?_^^^p|:i around. After tali
lll?r"^ f?m -? mg six bottles o
. - S <"* mm Lydia Ec Pinkham*
ju ?t*7,'- Vegetable Com
' Jpyi|i pound I gained 2
^m^^fM^ pounds, am nov
Ij?^^^^^?^ able to do my o wi
BWHllliptlMMWT.A DOTJ> Park Rap
" Brookville, Ohio.-'-'I wskiisegula:
and extremely nervous. A neighboi
recommended Lydia E. Pinkham'i
Vegetable Compound to me and I have
become regular and my nerves an
much better. "-Mrs. B. Kmmsox
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
Sound, made from native roots and
erbs, contains no narcotic or harm
ful drugs, and to-day holds the record
for the largest number of actual cures
of female diseases we know of, and
thousands of voluntary testimonials
are on file in the Pinkham Laboratory
at Lynn, Mass., from women who have
been cured from almost every form or
female complaints, inflammation, ul
ceration, displacements, fibroid tumors
irregularities, periodic pains,backache
indigestion and nervous prostration.
Every suffering woman owes it to her
self to give Lydia E.Pinkham's Vege
table Compound a trial.
If you want special advice write
Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Masa., for it.
It is frr>o np di always bel pf ?I?
TtTbear is to conquer our fate.
For Red, IicldngEyelids, Cysts, Styes,
Falling Eyelashes and All Eyes That Need
Care, Try Murine Eye Salve. Aseptic
Tubes, Trini Size, 25c. Ask Your Druggist
or Write Murine Eye Ilemedy Co., Chicago.
Keep a clean hearth and a clear fire
Ills Hands Cracked Open.
"I am a man seventy years old. My
hands were very sore and cracked
open on the Insides for over a year
with large sores. They would crack
open and bleed, itch, burn and ache
so that I could not sleep and could do
but little work. They were so bad
that I could not dress myself in the
morning. They would bleed and the
blood dropped on the floor. I called
on two doctors, but they did me no
good. I could get nothing to do any
good till I got the Cuticura Soap and
Cuticura Ointment. About a year ago
my daughter got a cake of Cuticura
Soap and one box of Cuticura Oint
ment and in one week from the time
I began to use them ray hands were
all healed up and they have not been
a mite sore since. I would not be
without the Cuticura Remedies.
"They also cured a bad sore on the
hand of one of my neighbor's chil
dren, and they think very highly of
the Cuticura Remedies. John W.
Hasty, So. Effingham, N. H., Mar. 5
and Apr. ll, 1909."
No mle is so general which admits
not some exception._
If you nave rheumatism, catarrh, kdiney
disease, ekin disense or nny trouble arising
from impure blood, give Rheumacide a
thorough trial. By purifying the blood
Rheumacide neutralizes the acids, starts
the kidneys into healthy action and helps
to build up the nerves and the entire sys
tem. Rheumacide is put up in liquid form,
also tablets. At druggists, 25c and 50c bot
tles. Tablets by mail. 25c. Bobbitt Chem
ical Co., Baltimore, Md._
Party faithfulness is party dis
An abiotirtely ha rmi ea ramedy for Sore Throat,
Hoarsencis and Coughs. Give immediate relief in
Bronchial and Lung Affection!.
Fifty yore/ reputation.
Price, 25 cents, 50 cents and $(.00 per box.
Sample tent on requett.
Items of Interest.
The Northern Indiana Conference
of the Methodist church decided that
owing to the high cost of living fam
ilies that entertain ministers shall
not be asked to furnish more than
one night's lodging and one meal.
Bluffton, Ind., is a dry town and
to this fact is due, according to anti
saloon people, the circumstances that
there are no prisoners in the Wells
county jail, which housed the chorus
of a light opera company one' night.
Washington .is going to have a
great spring festival of music, Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, May
2, 3, and 4, when some of the most
distinguished vocal and instrumental
forces ibat the Capital and the na
tion enjoys will be heard in con
Postmaster General Hitchcock
says: "In view of the large reduc
tion already made in the rate of pos
tal expenditures, I am now firmly
of the opinion that a proper postage
charge on periodical matter would
wipe out not only the postal deficit,
but would cause a sufficient surplus
of receipts to warrant 1-cent letter
"Before I began using Cascareta I had
a bad complexion, pimples on my face,
and my food was not digested as it should
have been. Now I am entirely well, and
the pimples have all disappeared from my
face. I can truthfully say that Cascareta
are just as advertised; I have taken only
two boxes of them."
Clarence R. Griffin, Sheridan, Ind.
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good.
Do Good. Never Sicken.Weaken OT Gripe.
10c, 25c. 50c. Never sold In bulk. Tho genu
ine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
cure or your money back. 827
To be honest, as this world goes,
is to be as one man picked out of ten
A Terrible Talc of Kidney Suffering.
Mrs. Emily H. Murdock, 6 Lorraine
Place, Rochester, N. Y., says: "Kid
ney trouble came upon me when liv
ing in Cape Town,
South Africa. I
consulted the best
physicians aid an
operation was or
dered at R
the operation I
managed to 'pull
together,' but was
far from a well
woman. I grew worse, the kidney
secretions had to be drawn with a
catheter. In despair I decided to try
Doan's Kidney Pills. I rapidly recov
ered and really do not know what I
would have done without them."
Remember the name-Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box,
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
One of the handiest things about a
farm is a canvas large enough to
cover a load or stack of hay. Those
who still stack all hay outside need
one most. But there are many other
uses forgone, such as covering loads
of grain that can not be unloaded be
fore a shower, a protection for the
binder on dewy nights, etc.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
The Important Interior. " .
An eminent scientist sa?s that tt
"learn how to insure daily regiilarit]
of the bowels conduces far more ti
a man's health, happiness and sue
cess in life than a complete classica
education ; and, ?when .once the habt
ls properly established, nothing, ah
solutely nothing, should be permute?
\o Interrupt it. Keep* the bowels reg
plated, the liver and* stomach, ii
proper working order, arni ?here neei
he little ?ear of illness. Sluggisl
liver, biliousness, feverish colds, oi
any of the more serjons ills whlcl
are like too follow in their train, an
all often times avoided hy the sim
pie precaution of taking an occa
Bienal dose' of proper .purgative, ant
so keeping the digestive organs ii
perfectly efficient condition."-Nev
Have you ever seen the
? Requires one-fourth 1
Q* Never skins or brats?
? CUTS int, cad ol pi
required for tbe cotton stand
CI More than 120 thoust
as many will he used this ye
When you buy hoes
"John Reily" hoe.
MANUFACTURED BY THE AM
ASK YOUR DEALEI
THE JOHN REILY H(
Color more goods brighter and faster oolors thaa ano
eau dye ?ny garment without ripping apart wm
"My wife," writes D'. W. :
that CAEDUI is wonderful and
has suffered for some time with
troubled for weeks. After takin
was relieved and now can do '.
suffering any pain. CARDTJT
think it is the greatest medicim
Every woman knows tEe BJ
the whole system is affected--1
To obtain relief we urge you to t
medicine for such ills. For mor<
has been successfully relieving s
CAEDUI is purely vegetabl
gently but surely on the delica
pain and restoring health. Cai
bad after-effects. Try it today.
For sale at all druggists.
Martin Peterson, a pretty Swede i
girl and first cook at the Executive!
Mansion, has become engaged to
Policeman Mulvey who is stationed at
the White House._
Ask Your Dealer For Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder. It rests the feet. Cures Corns,
Buni?ns, Swollen, Sore, Hot, Cnllous, Achine,
Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's
Foot-Ease makes new or tight shoes easy. At
all Druggists and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ac
cept no substitute. Sample mailed FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
Forty elephants stampeded and
caused a panic among 5,000 circus
spectators at the Colliseum in Chicago,
one of the trainers being seriously
injured before the beasts were quiet
ed down. Many women fainted.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets first put up
40 years ago. They regulate and invigorato
stomach, Tirer and bowels. Sugar-coated,
Consul Junior, the educated chim
panzee, was insnred for $50,000. What
monkey business 1 /
Whether from Colds. Heat, Stomach or
Nervous Troubles. Capudlne will relievo you.
It's liquid-pleasant, to take-acts immedi
ately. Try lt. 10c.. 25c., aud 50 cents at drus
The great success of Dr. Pierce's Golde
cove ry- ia curing weak stomachs, waste
lungs, and obstinate and lingering cou g
the recognition of the fundamental truti
- Medical Discovery" supplies Nature w
ing, tissue-repairing, muscle-making ma
densod and concentrated form. With ?
supplies the necessary strength to tho Bti
food, build up tho body and thereby thn
obstinate coughs. The "Discovery" n
digestive and nutritive organs in sound
and enriches the blood, and nourishes
short establishes1 sound vigorous health.
It yoar dualer otters som
it ?a probably better FOI
Sat yea are thinking ot tb
there's nothing "fast as i
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
icine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 il
Edition, paper-bound, sent for 21 one-c
only. Cloth-bound, 3A stomps. Address
Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color
RfMCVBS DAR DHU PF &r>3 ECU CT
invigorate! and prtventa tb? bair from falling oS,
Por tal* kg Orugglata, ar liant Olrtot by
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Virginia
Priaa tl Par tattlaj U*p\* S*Mla Saqtf Ht CtnaUn
UR BLAST gjj SYSTEM?
)o you want to increase your nrofltg
I at the tame time lessan your labor?
* o hare spent 40 years perfecting a
system that would meet the actual
ui'rcments, and now we've got it.
Tour nama and addrei* on a pott card
will bring rou fill information.
P. H. LUMMU8 SONS CO, Columbus, Gi
ANCH OFFICE AND SHOW BOOMS
SOT W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. O.
CAN GET THES NEW
ON HOE IN ANY OF
g FAVORITE SIZES
cs the yoong cotton planf.
ishes away the stalks not
ind In nse last year; twice
this spring calli fur the
ER1CAN FORK AND 80S CO.
R, OR WRITE TO
)E CO,, New Orleans, La.
TT LE A JIT J
otbar Uya. Ono 10c paokare colors all flbcra. Ibo;
tor tra? bookJjt-Jiow to Djo, Btoaah and Mix Color
Bates, o? Caldwell, 0., "thinks
that she owes her life to it. She
female complaint, and would be
g a few bottles of CAEDUI she
housework right along without
did so much for my wife, we
3 on earth for women."
mpfoma of female trouble, how
the suffering and misery of it
ake CARD Ul, the specific, tonic
5 than half a century, CARD Ul
uffering women-why not you ?
e and non-intoxicating. It acts
te female constitution relieving
dui is easy to take and has no
It will help you.
Kur < o?,Vs sod GiMP
Hick's CAPODIWB ls thu bast remedy-ra--'
lleves the.achinar and feverishness-cares the'
Cold and r?stores normal conditloi.3. It's*
liqu kl-effects Immediately. ?oa, 25c. and 50c
at dru? stores.
If the foreign commerce of the1
United States during the last four
months of the .present fiscal year, is*
as large in proportion as during the
Srst eight months it will be a recordl
year, according to figures prepared!
by government experts.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children]
teething, softens the gums, red uces in fi am i na
tion, allays pain, cures wind co lie. 25c. a bo t de. ?
Ring in the thousand years of peace.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
"Stop talking and get down to
r.-ork" is the word passed along the
lihe at Annapolis. So.-16-lO
Dootor yourself when you feel a cold'!
coram?, with a few doses of Ferry Dut?t \
Painkiller. Better than quinine and safer, i
Base' ball claimed its first ?Newj
York victim of the 1910 season in!
the death of 15-year-old Rudolph!
lluhling, who was struck on the head
with a pitched ball.
n Medical Dis
ci bodies, weak
hs, is based on
li that "Golden
tcrials, in con
bis help N-turc
amach tb digest
DW off lingering
tstbiat? "fast tts ?ood,"
R? HiH--.it pay? better,
e care not the profit, BO)
\ood" tor yon. Say BO.
Adviser, In Plain English; or, Med?
lustrations, newly revised up-to-dato
:cnt stamps, to cover cost of mailing
i Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
W. L. Douglas
shoes are worn
by more men than
any other malee,
W, I* Douglas 83.00
and 83.50 ?hoon are
the lowest price,
ia Mie world.
and 85.00 shoes
equal, in style, flt and
wear, other matees
costingSO.OO to 88.00.
Fast Color Eyclats. >
The genuine have W. L Douglas name and pries
damped on th" bottom. Tn kc Sn Niili?tltut?.
ASK yonr dealer for W.I.. D?nela ??hoes. If they ara.
:x>t for ?.ile In jour town write for Mnil Order Catalog,
giving full direction? how to onler hy mall. Shoe*
ordered direct from factory delivered to the weare?
Ul cbaxy's prepaid. W. !<. Douglas, Brockton, ila?.
? Removes all swelling in 8 to ?
days ; effects a permanent cur?
In 30 to Co days. Trial treatment
riven free. Nothlngcan be fairer
write Dr. H. H. Green's Sons, J
Specialists, Box s Atlanta, Ga.
PBPP A Package
?"H tt of "Paxtine"
? Will Be Sent
Free of Charge to Every
Reader of this Paper.
I Gives one a sweet breath ; clean, white,
germ-free teeth-antiseptically dean
mouth and throat-purifies the breath
after smoking-di t p els all disagreeable
perspiration and body odors-much ap-^J
predated by dainty women. A quick
remedy for sore eyes and catarrh.
f "^little Paxtine powder du
?olvea in a glass of hot water
makes a delightful antiseptic so
lution, possessing extraordinary
cleansing, germicidal and heal
ing power, and absolutely harm
less. Try a Sample. 50c a
large box at druggists or by mail.
THE PAXTON TOILET Co., BOSTON, MASS.
??yo itt colt! tratar belter taan any oti?*r dy?,
a, UOimoE JUttCtt CO., (talamy, Illinois*