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By virtue of its unequaled
ening, stomach-toning, appe
tite-restoring properties, is the
one Great Spring Medicine.
Get it today in liquid form or in tab
lets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses %L
Keep boes' sharp with a file.
Don't forget to keep picking the
cucumbers as they ripen. Look
through the vines carefully (they have
a great way of hiding in the leaves),
so that none will be overlooked; for
two or three larg? ones going to
seed will sap all the strength of their
vine, whereas in picking them right
along new ones will form, and a con
tinued supply be secured.-Farm
Journel. So. 17-'-0.
IKBATTLE AXE" SHOES
There seems to be no higher law
in th? Moral Realm than? the Law
of Duty, except it by the law of love
and they'do not conflict. When one
does his duty he has also fulfilled the
law of love; so W? find the law ef
duty supreme. Perhaps few men
have yielded perfect obedience to
this supreme law, but the noblest
characters in this world are those
men and women, in whatever walk
of life, who are conscientiously try
ing to do their duty in their sphere
of life regardless of what others may
If, when the shadows gather around
you at the close of the day, you can
look to God and say, "I have sin
cerely tried to do my duty today"
you can lay yourself down on your
couch and sleep AV i th no regrets to
haunt you in your dreams.
The young man who starts out in
life with a purpose to do his duty in
all things has made the first step
toward success. No man can fail
who does his duty. It is not always
the popular thing to do ones duty;
but to have the consciousness of
right is better than the applause of
a fickle minded public, and he who
would be honest because " honesty is
the best policy"- would be dishonest
if he thought it would be . better
policy. But to do ones duty, and
bc honest when policy dictates other
wise requires courage and a strength
of character, that you do not find
in everyone you meet. Some men
are influenced more by public opinion
than they are by the vioce of duty
within; but public opinion is fickle;
it may be one thing today and en
tirely a different thing tomorrow;
but the voice of duty is ever the
same. The public that applauds to
day may condemn the same act to
morrow. The public may think they
know what your duty is better than
you do yourself, and may dictate to
day to find tomorrow that they
The mau who regards it right
while in Rome *'to do as Rome does"
would steal if it were popular; but
duty fully accepted and faithfully
met will raise a man above every
thing that is mean and selfish and .
impure, and make him feel that he
always has something great and
glorious and good to live for.
What the world needs today most,
is men who regard duty above every
thing, men who will dare to do their
duty regardless of what the conse
quences may be; and the men and
women whose lives are counting for
something in the world are those who
care not whether men are standing
by to praise or to blame, but who
are going fearlessly ahead in the dis
charge of duty. It will doubtless be
helpful to have the advice and en
couragement of friends, but after all
it is left largely for every man to
determine for himself what is his
duty in regard to his course of action.
Men often think that if they were
placed in positions of great responsi
bility and trust they would do their
duty; but until a man has schooled
himself to do his duty in the little
common things of life it is not safe
to risk him Avhere the responsibilities
are great. All men cannot become
great, as the world counts greatness,
but all can be good and true and
honest, and do their duty in the com
mon things that come in their life;
and this is, after all, true greatness.
Popular pKtf. lOc.
Family oise 15c.
Postum Cereal Co., L
Mrs. Belmont Children's Friend.
There is another side to Mrs. 0.
H. P. Belmont besides t'a at whioh has
led her to take a foremost place In
the ranks of the militant suffragettes
and to espouse the cause of striking
working women. She is an ardent
lover of children. Anything that con
cerns the interests of the little in
mates of the cradle commands her
instant and unbounded sympathy,
and, busy though,she still ls with the
cause of Woman-spelled with a hlg
W--Mrs. Belmont's main efforts In
the immediate future are to be con
centrated on the casse et children.
Mrs. Belmont Intends shortly to is
sue a magazine under the title, "The
Baby's World," and she hopes to
make it the most powerful mouth
piece of the needs and demands of
children tlhat can be heard anywhere
in the world.-iNew York PresB. J
THE REAL FACTS "
ABOUT MRS. FINNIER
As Told by Herself, in a Letter
Lately .Received, Giving
Particulars About Her
Peavy, Ala.-"I had been troubled a
little for about 7 years," writes Mrs.
Ludie Fincher, of this place, "but was
not taken down, until March, 1907,
when I went to bcd and had to have
"He did all he could for me, but I
got no better. I hurt all over, even
to my arms, so badly I could not rest.
I had pains in my sides, back, bowels,
shoulders and chest. I can't tell how
I did suffer.
"At last I began to take Cardui, and
I hadn't taken but half a bottle until
I began to improve.
"I continued to take it until I had
taken four bottles, and now I am ir.
very good health and able to do all
You may wonder why this medicine
is so successful in curing sick women,
after other medicines have failed. Thc
answer is not far to seek.
Cardui is' successful, because it is
composed of ingredients that act spe
cifically on the womanly constitution.
It is not a cure-all. It is a medicine
for women and only for women.
Its success is due to its merit.
N. B.-Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.
Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga.
Tenn., for Special Instructions, and 64
page bock, "Home Treatment for Wo
men." sent in plain wrapper, on request.
DAISY FLY KILLER
N eat. c I e a a. oraamen
til, convenient. cheap,
tal ti all ?.tioa.
Made ol metal, cannot
.sp?l or tip ovK. ?Ill not
eoll or inhir* anything.
Guaranteed eHectlvt. -
Of aU euler? or teni
prepaid lor 20 ?mi.
' . UO 9cKcib AT*. '
BUY"BATTLE AXE" SHOES
Farm and Garden.
Make three successional plantings
of sweet cora this month, at ten-day
Never pick hemes for market when
they are wet. And, when picked,
hurry them to a cool place out of the
Muzzle the horses and pad the out
side portions of whiffletrees and har
row when cultivating thc orchard;
thus avoiding all bruised and "bark
Cabbage and other plants can be
protected from cutworms by erecting
a two-inch-high paper fence around
each stem. Lap the paper ends and
push the ''fence" an inch into the
soil to hold it in place. The paper
should not come nearer to the stem
than about one and one-half inches.
"When peas or string beans have lost
some of their first freshness, the half
of a very small onion cooked with
them seems to bring out the flavor
and make them more savory. Some
cream added to the other seasoning
after the water is poured off, also
Do you watch for the loads of hay
as they come into the barn and have
a nice pitcher of water ready for the
men when the wagon is empty? The
men folks appreciate that more than
you know. And say, men folks, let
the women know that you think them
kind. Just a word will brighten a
One will find
a constant delight
The food is crisp and
.wholesome and so dainty
and tempting, that it ap
peals to the appetite all the
time-morning, noon and
Some folks have pro*
nounced Post Toasties the
choicest flavoured bits of
cereal food ever produced.
td., Battle Creek, Mich., TU. S. A.
NeTTs Notes of General Interest
From All Parts of the State.
Senator Smith's "Ball" Speech.
In a speech in the Senate on the
high cost of living Senator Smith de
bared that Attorney General Wick
?rsham had been the victim of .a plot
tvith the end in view of depressing
;he price of cotton in the interest 01
;he foreign markets. He said that
the bears had sold the cotton at a
lower price than cotton was bringing
in the South. They would have to
jo to the planters to get the cotton
ind they would find that they could
lot get it there, because the farmers
?vere looking after their own inter
Clemson to Inspect Feedstuffs.
The scientific end "of the enforce
ment of the feed stuffs and seed In
spection Act will be conducted at
Clemson College. The chemist to do
Ibis work and the assistant chemist
have already been determined upon
by Commissioner Watson, but the
lames will not be given out until
May 1, the day the two Acts go into
The gallant Third Regiment from
the low country, which encamped last
vear at Aiken, will bc sent to Chick
imauga, to be there July 15 to 24,
The other two regiments, the First
from the Piedmont counties, and the
Second, from the central portion of
the State, will go into camp at or near
such cities as offer the best induce
ments, and will be most accessible.
Governor Paroles Woman.
Governor Ansel has paroled Har
riette Frazier, colored, who was con
victed of larceny from the person and
sentenced to two years at labor on
the public works for Charleston coun
ty. The woman was said to be suf
fering from tuberculosis.
Heavier Rails on Coast Line.
The Atlantic Coast Line Railway
forces have begun the distribution of
the 80-11 rail that is to supplement
the 55-pound rail now on the Cheraw
& Darlington, and the Cheraw & Sal
isbury division between Florence and
Wadesboro, N. C.
Editor Spends $2,000 on Land.
Ten acres of land out of Darlington
limits which have heretofore been
used for farming purposes, were sold
last week and bought by J. Monroe
Spears, the editor of The Darlington
News and Press at $200 an acre.
Interurban Electric Railway Survey.
The directors of the electric rail
way corporation announces that sur
veys will .".oon be made to Abbeville,
Greenwood, Laurens and other points.
Adam's Apple Broken.
John Pitts, a weaver at the Grendel
Mill, Greenwood, was hit on the side
of the head Tuesday at noon by
piece of falling shafting and had his
Adam's apple broken.
Farmers Going to St. Louis.
South Carolina will be represented
at the coming convention of the Farm
ers' Educational Co-operative Union
o^ \mer;ca, which is to be held in
St. Louis from May 2 to May 7.
New York Life Will Pay.
General counsel for the New York
Life Insurance Company notified In
surance Commissioner McMaster that
the company would pay up the taxes
assessed against it by the several
counties of this State, amounting to
between $12,000 and $15,000.
Survey for Great Pee Dee.
Upon the request of Representative
Ellerbe, the Senate has put in the
river and harbor bill for tins year an
item for a survey of the Great Pee
Dee river, at Gibson's Dam.
Public Service Commission Appointed
Governor Ansel has appointed the
State public service commission un
der the act of the last legislature
providing for such a commission to
fix maximum water, gas and electric
charges. The appointees, are Attor
ney J. E. McDonald, of Winnsboro;
Prof. W. M. Riggs, of Clemson Col
lege a: d ex-State Senator Thomas M.
Raysor, of Orangeburg.
Doctors by the Hundred.
The presence of 20 vigorous, pro
gressive an dthoroughly educated
physicians in large numbers is the
striking and significant feature of the
medical association meeting which be
gan Wednesday, at Laurens, the first
meeting held there in exactly twenty
years and the 62nd of the associa
Lever and Legare Remain.
A decision to allow Representatives
Lever and Legare, of South Carolina,
to retain their seats in the House was
the decision of Congressional election'
committee No. 3. Both seats had been
Dr. Ward and Hookworm.
For the handling of the hookworm
campaign in South Carolina made
possible throughout the Southern
States by the gift of $1,000,000 from
John D. Rockefeller, the commission
appointed for this purpose, has re
commended Dr. J. LaBruce Ward, of
Georgetown, and **<-a executive com
mittee of the State ooard of health
at a meeting in Laurens confirmed
County Medical Secretaries.
The South Carolina Medical Sec
retaries of South Carolina met Tues
day at Laurens and elected the fol
lowing officers: C. C. Gambrell,
president; Dr. Mary R. Baker, vice
president; Dr. L. Rosa H. Gantt, sec
Papers were read by Dr. Edgar A.
Hines, Seneca; Dr. Walter Cheyne,
Sumter, and Dr. J. R. Young, An
This societj' is composed of secre
taries of the county societies and dis
trict councils.-Dr. Cheyne is the sec
retary of the State society.
Suffered Over Nine Months, Nothing
Relieved Me Until I Took PE-R U-NA.
Mrs. Joseph Lacclle, 124 Bronson St.,
Ottawa, East, Ontario, Canada, writes:
"I suffered with backache and head
ache for over nine mouths and nothing
relieved me until I took Peruna. Thia
medicine is by far better than any other
medicino for these troubles. A few bot'
ties relioved mo of my miserable, half?
dead, half-alive condition."
Peruna is sold by your local drug
gists. Bnv a bottle today.
Tho Ideal PALATAL *VCrea,n.?!
Cathartlo ~ . ? Castor Oil
cniLDH?N LICK TUB SPOON. lull...? FHlul.ncjr, Comet?
Srtplaf.AlOsDilution. 2 io. A -L DUDCOIsT*.
Mr. and Mrs. Taft's Generosity.
President and Mrs. Taft attended
an amateur .performance given by
Washington society folk for the bene
fit of the Working Boys' Home. The
President was besieged by pro
gramme and flower girls, and was a
liberal purchaser. Ile and Mrs. Taft
entered into the spirit of the oc
casion and heartily applauded tho
histrionic efforts of the amateur ac
' ' 0u7 duty to God is to do all we cnn
Be true to our country, love OU? fel
A Package Mailed Free on Request of
Tbe best Stomach and
Liver Pills known and
a positive and speedy
cure for Constipation,
Biliousness, Sour Stom
ach, Headache, and all
ailments arising from a
disordered stomach or
sluggish liver. They
contain in concen
trated form all the
virtues and values of Munyon's Paw
Paw tonic and are made from the
juice of the Paw-Paw fruit. I un
hesitatingly recommend these pills as
being the best laxative and cathartic
ever compounded. Send us postal or
letter, requesting a free package of
Munyon's Celebrated Paw-Paw Laxa
tive Pills, and we will mail some freo
of charge. MUNYON'S HOMOEO
PATHIC HOME REMEDY CO., 53d
and Jefferson Sts.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Seven hundred pigeons that won
prizes at vario,us .^hows. were cre
mated at Wilmrag?ovDel., m a fire
The loss is $3,000,. partially insured.
"The United States Government is
to go into the business of propagating
cia ms to supply the pearl button in
dustry, which is languishing because
of a scarcity of shells.
Ralph Owens, 27 years old, of ]
Memphis, Tenn., who was taken to a
hospital four months ago with a
broken neck, of which he was un
aware, has been discharged as cured.
Cincinnati's City Council has re
pealed the ordinance passed a year
ago, whereby "more daylight" was
to be procured to workers by set
ting local clocks two hours fast from
May to October of each year.
Ida Nelms, 10 years old, went to
the governor of Kentucky from her
home in Lee county, Virginia, to beg
for the release from the penitentiary
of her two brothers, who are serving
life sentences for the murder of a
A dramatic move was made by the
State Pharmaceutical Board, of Phil
adelphia, which is carrying on a cru
sade against the illegal sale of co
caine, when Benjamin P. Asbmead,
United States Government inspector
of drugs for the port of Philadel
phia, was arrested on a warrant
charging him with being engaged in
t! ct radie. So. 17-10
rOSTUM FOR MOTHERS
.Tlie Drink That Nourishes and Sup?,
plies Food For Mother and Child.'
"My husband has been unable to
drink coffee for several years, so we
were very glad to give Postum a trial
and when we understood that long
bolling would bring out the delicious
flavour, we have been highly pleased
"It is one of the finest things for
nursing mothers that I have ever
seen. It keeps up the mother's
strength and increases the supply of
nourishment for the child if partaken
of freely. I drank it between meals
Instead of water and found it most
"Our five-year-old boy has been
very delicate since birth and has de
veloped slowly. He was white and
bloodless. I began to give him Post
um freely and you would be surprised
at the change. When any person
remarks about the great improve
ment, we never fail to tell them that
we attribute his gain in strength and
general health to the free use of
Postum and this has led many friends
to use lt for themselves and chil
"I have always cautioned friends
to whom I have spoken about Postum
to follow directions in making it,
for unless it is boiled fifteen or
twenty minutes, lt is quite tasteless.
On the other hand; when properly
made, lt is very delicious. I want to
thank you for the benefits we have
derived from the use of your
Read "The Road to Wellville,"
found in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read the above letter? A new
one nppenrs from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
Cures Rheumatism to Stay Cored.
Rheumacide (liquid or tablet?! removes
the cause and stops the pain quicidy. Rheu
macide is an internal blood remedy, which
has cured thousands of bad cases. Sold by
druggists generally ac 25c and 50c. Trial
bottle of tablets by mail, 25c. Booklet
free. Get a bottle to-day. Delays are
dangerous. Bobbitt Chemical Co., Balti
more, Md. _
Labor, wide as the earth, has its
summit in heaven.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SnoES.
The hearts of men are their books,
events are their tutors, great actions
are their eloquence.
REST AND PEACE
Fall Upon Distracted Households
When Cuticura Enters.
Sleep for skin tortured babies and
rest for tired, fretted mothers is found
in a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and
a gentle anointing with Cuticura Oint
ment. This treatment, in the major
ity of cases, affords immediate relief
In the most distressing forms of itch
ing, burning, scaly, and crusted hu
mors, eczemas, rashes, inflammations,
irritations, and chaflngs, of infancy
and childhood, permits rest and sleep
to both parent and child, and points
to a speedy cure, when other remedies
fail. Worn-out and worried parents
will find this pure, sweet and econom
ical treatment realizes their highest
expectations, and may be applied to
the youngest infants as well as chil
dren of all ages. Thc Cuticura Rem
edies are sold by druggists every
where. Send to Potter Drug & Chem.
Corp., sole proprietors, Boston, Mass.,
for their free 32-page Cuticura Book
on the care and treatment of skin and
scalp of infants, children and adults.
Reducing the Sombrero.
The charro hat ls doomed In the
Territory of Tepic, and orders have
been given by the prefocture of po
lice that after January 31 all som
breros must not be larger than a cer
tain prescribod size. This disposition
of the authorities is due to the Tact
thc!: the sombrero charro has become
a veritable nuisance, some of them
being almost three feet In width, and
when three or four rancheros sit
down in a restaurant there is scarce
1. coom for anyone else. The edict,
therefore, has gone forth that tho
fide sombrero is soon to be a mem
ory of the past, and anyone caught
wearing one larger than the prescrib
ed size will be punished by the au
Summer School, for Teachers.
Announcement is made that the 0th
session of the summer school of the
South for teachers from all Southern
slates, will be held at Knoxville at
University of Tennessee, June 21st to
July 29th, inclusive. The manage
ment has engaged 102 lecturers and i
instructors from leading universities,
colleges and public schools of thc
country. The work includes 210
courses in education. It is expected
that the attendance will exceed 3,000
teachers this 3-ear.
Look Out For The Halley Comet
1 bc greati'Et display 't tho universe. Uon't depend
on tho eye alone. U-o on EXCELSIOR TELE
SCOPE. Prie i $1 25. sent postpaid to any part of
theU S. CAROLINA NOVELTY CO., Box
S8?, Winston Salem, N. C.
Mind, is tho great lever of -all
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teeLliing, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion,allays pain, cures wind colic.25c.a bottle.
Honesty is not greater where ele
gance is less.-Johnson.
For Red, ItchingEyelids, Cysts, Styes,
Falling Eyelashes and All Eyes That Need
Cue, Try Murine Eye Salve. Aseptic
Tubes, Trial Size, 25c. Ask Your Druggist
or Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Nature has no iuoodsj they belong
to man alone.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
Trouble teaches how much there is
For COLDS si lid GRIP
Hick's CArcniNB Istha best remody-re
lieves the aching; and feverishness-cures the
Cold and restores normal conditions. It's
liquid-effects immediately. 10c, 25c. and 50c
at drug- stores.
The President, through the Secre
tary of State, has designated the Com
missioner of Patents, Hon. Edward
Bruce Moore, as expert attache to
the delegation that will attend the
fourth international conference of
American States, which will convene
in the city of Buenos Ayres, Argen
tine Republic, in July next.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pr
Is the best of all medicines for thc
disorders and weaknesses peculiar to
only preparation of its kind devised by
ntcd physician-an experienced and sk
the diseases of women.
It is a safe medicine in any conditio
THE ONE REMEDY which conti
and no injurious habit-forming dr
creates" no craving for such stimuli
THE ONE REMEDY so good ti
oro not afraid to print its every
each outside bottle - wrapper and
truthfulness of the same under OG
It is sold by medicine dealers every wi
get it. Don't take a substitute of unkr
KNOWN COMPOSITION. No counterfeit is i
who says something else is "just as goc
or is trying to deceive you for his own si
trusted. He is trifling with your mos
may be vyour life itself. See that you gt
MR. GINN ER!
Have you ever ?cen th?
This Fact-that in addressing Mrs. Pinkham you arecon>"
fiding your private ills to a woman-a woman whose ex
perience with women's diseases covers twenty-five years, j
' The present Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of Lydia E.'
Pinkham, was for years under her direction, and has ever
since her decease continued to advise women.
Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad
to worse, knowing well that they ought to have immediate
assistance, but a natural modesty causes them to shrink
from exposing themselves to the questions and probable
examinations of even their family physician. Such ques
tioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cost
you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual
experience is great.
MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION: J
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are in
vited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn,
Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answerea by
women. A woman can freely talk of her private illness
to a woman; thus has been established this confidence
between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which
has never been broken. Never has she published a testi
monial or used a letter without the written consent of the
writer, and never has the company allowed these confi
dential letters to get out of their possession, as the hun
dreds of thousands of them in their files will attest.
Out of the vast volume of experience which. Mrs. Pink*
ham has to draw from, it is more than possible that she "
has gained the very knowledge needed in your case. <
She asks nothing in return except your good will, and her
advice has helped thousands.- Surely any woman, rich or
poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous1
offer of assistance. Address Mrs. Pinkham, care of Lydia .
E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
SUB DUI 10 ~ HANCOCK"
r?rt ^.??i;,I,I",?ct>tt"E*' etc- Atl S*1"? Eruption?. > Purifying the Blood, Toning the Stomach, ?n3l*t3
*g*r^?jT>?T*B<* -, . ? ) troatroenc an i prerention of INDIGESTION, Dy?.
J?? T , r L ,?? *,? i? thn Sulphur Springe; this gires S pepsi?. Lumbago, Catarrh. Rheumatism. Goal,
youapcifectSuiphurBath and invigorating Tonic ) Nephritic Colic, Stone in th? Kidney and Bladder.
1 and most Kidney. Lrrer and Stomach Ailment*.
OINTMENT. ?-^Hn ?V^500-^^,2^ A UAGIC wo^DER for Hemorrhoid?. Plies, Sore?,
sni-nrtw STill -6Tr<,'liuf?- Inflamed or Chafed Paru. Burns. Bruise*. Sprains, etc
K^KMi.JSn Complexion: keeps the skin soft ami remores Pimples, Blemishes, Blackheads etc Trrie,
r?sai. by Druggists, u.nft'd by HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR CO., Baltimore, Mt
If your Dealer can't supply y ou. sent by il ail or txpress, p repaid. Write for booklet on S ul chu*
BUY"BATTLE AXE" SHOES
Anna Held is go?bg to retire from
the stage lo have time to raise po7
tatoes and asparagus.
For HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPCDINB
Whether from Colds. I?eat. Stomach or
Nervous Troubles. Cauudlne will relieve you.
It's liquid-pleasant io take-acts immedi
ately. Try lt. 10c. 25c. and CO cents at drus
There is no sanctuary of virtue like
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
Because he hypnotized his mother
in-law whenever she annoyed him and
rendered her speechless aud helpless,
Peter Avondale, of Avondale, Pa.,
ivas arrested. So. 17-'10.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate nn?
invigorate stomach, liver ana bowel?.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules. Easy to take
The use of money is all the advan
:age there is in having money.
Let no man. think he is loved by
my man when he loves no man. ?
When your joiuti are stiff and muscles
sore; when yon strain or bruise vonrself, use
Perry Davis' Painkiller. At all druggists.
Thc mother's heart is the child's
cure of diseases,
women. It is tho
a regularly gradu
Hied specialist ia
a of the system?
tins no alcohol
uga and which
tat its makers
[ attest to th?
herc, and any dealer who hasn't it can
iowa composition for this medicine OP
is good as the genuine and the druggist
id as Dr. Pierce's'' is either mistaken
elfish benefit. Such a man is not to be
t priceless possession-your health
t what you ash for.
Rt BLAST GIN SYSTEM?
o yon wRDt to lncren?o your profits
at'the same time lessan your labor?
'o have spent 40 years perfecting a
system that would meet the actual
alremsnts, and now we've got it.
Tour narnu anil sd tren on fi poul card
will brins rna fall Inion-:ii ion.
f. H. LUMIUUS SONS CO,. Columbus, Gi.
ANOII OFFICE AXI> SHOWROOMS
30T Vf. Trail? St., Charlotte, N G.
So. 17-' 10.
tr afflicted i
frith wet '
INTEREST IN WALKING
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antliep
powder for the ileet It rel'
painful, S 'ollen, smarting, -
vous feet, and takes the stine out,
of corns and bunions. It's Ute
greatest comfort discovery el Ike
aae. Allen's Foot-Ease makes
tight or new shoes feel easy. It
is a certain cure for ingrowing:
nails and hot, tired, achier feet
TRY IT TO-DAY. Sold everywhere.
25 cts. Do nol accept any substitute.
__Sent by mail for 25 cts. In stomps.
ALLEN S. OLMSTED, Le Roy, N. Y.
"I find Cateare ts to good that I would
cot be without them. I waa troubled a
great deal with torpid liver and headache.
Now since taking Cascare ta Candy Cathaiw
tic I feel very much better. I snail cer
tainly recommend them to my friends aa
the beat medicine I have ever seen."
Osborn Mill No. a, Fall River, Maia,
Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good.
Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.
10c, 25c. 50c. Never sold In bulk. The genu
ine tablet stamped CCC. Guaranteed to
cure or your money back. 921
Pittsburg police and firemen will
soon bc walking telephones, if a plan
now being tested is carried out. Tho
men are to be equipped with a stor
age battery, transmitter and receiv
er, all in one piece, which may be con
nected by a plug to an underground
wire communication with headquar
. L. DOUGLAS
QU?rQ Boys1 Shoes
O ri W EL O S2.ooAS2.60
W. L? Douglas
shoes are worn
by more men than
any other make,
W.L. Douglas S3.00
ami. $3.50 si.ors arc
the lowest price,
In .'he world.
and $5.00 shoe's
equal, In stylo, fl t and
wear, other makes
co s i i i) - SO.00 to $8.00.
Fast Color Eyelets. 1
The (jennine have W. L. noticias name an<1 price
stamped on th? 1K>Itom. Take .\o SuliMltutc.
Asa yoor. dealer for W.L Donates shoes, Iftiierare
.jot for sale tn your town write for Mull Order Catalog,
(tiring fall direction* lio\r to enter \<y in.itl. 81io?-s
ordered direct from tartary delivered to tlie weam
ill charges prepaid. Hf. I,. Dougla?, Brockton. Mass.
GET A SAW MILL
from Lomb.?rd Iron Works, Augus
to, Ga. Make money sawing neigh
bor's timbe . when gin engine is idle
after the crops are laid by.
Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color?
(.?nevis DAtiDRurr ano SCURF
(?Tlgorttet ind prerents the hair from filling ot]
For Sal? .? Oruggttta, or tattt OI(?et by
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Virgin!*,
Prtee Si fm ??ru?.- tun*!* ?otu? is*> f-vH <.* Clmtsn