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A Terrible Picture of Suffering
Drawn by Mrs. McElroy of
Clinton, Ey., Points
Its Own Moral.
Clinton, Ky.-"I -?as a sufferer foi
six years from female troubles. I
could not eat and could not stand on
my feet without suffering great pain.
"I tried three of the best doctors in
the State of Kentucky and they said
I was in a critical condition and going
."I had lost all hope of everNbeing
better. I was so weak I had to bc
helped up and down. I had neuralgia,
dragging sensations and such awful
hurting, low down in my right side,
I could hardly bear it.
"After using Cardui, for one week,
I found I was getting better, so I
continued to take it and in four
months time I felt better than I had
in six years.
"I advise all suffering women to
take Cardui. I got more benefit from
$3 worth of Cardui than from $100
worth of doctors' medicines."
The only way you can get the bene
fit of the genuine Cardui herbs, is by
buying a bottle of Cardui at your drug
gist's. He does not keep the crude
drug, as it is not in the pharmacopoeia.
Fifty years' of proof of its merit,
in actual practice, has convinced us,
and those who have tested it, of the
valu? of Cardui in female weakness
v and disease.
Why not test it for yourself?
DAISY FLXKUXER S?SSESS?
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Lasts ?tl ?. aira':
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jip IB ?r * .nt, win ?ot
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ICI) DeKalb AT*,'
The law of gravitation is irresis
tible. The apple unerringly falls to
the ground, and the young man as in
evitably gravitates to the presence
of his best girl. So.-21-10.
It's funny how a married man
sometimes lets loose when his wife
goes away on a visit. Yesterday my
better-half took a little trip to the
city, and last night I ate two pump
kin pies and drank three cupfuls of
coffee. Glad it wasn't any worse,
though along about 2 a. m. I thought
it couldn't be any worse.
A Pacfcge Mailed Fred on Request of
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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
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virtues and values of Munyon's Paw
Paw tonic and are made from t'e
juice of the Paw-Paw fruit I un
besitatlngly 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 ?tea
tive Pills, and we will mall same free
of charge. MUNYON'S HOMOEO
PATHIC HOME REMEDY CO., 63d
and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia. Pa.
Father of All Handiwork.
Daedalus, cunning artificer, pioneer
and predecessor of the Wrights, was
the Greek father of all handiwork,
and as such was adored by ancient
artist unions. He was au Athenian,
says the New York Press, and the
first artist who made the presentment
of a speaking, moving statue. Ho in
vented the a?, the awl and the bevel,
also the saw, which he copied from
the jawbone of a snake. He also in
vetted the potter's wheel, the turn
ing wheel, the plumb line, glue and
gluing, the gimlet and other hand
tools. He laid out and built the won
derful labyrinth for the Minotaur late,
ly discovered and uncovered. He and
his son Icarus were fastened up in
. the labyrinth for giving Ariadne ther
clue with which she guided Theseus
through its mazes. But Daedalus and
Icarus escaped and flew ?ver the sea
on wings of wax and feathers made
by old man Daedalus himself, icarus
flying high, the sun melted the feath
ers off, and down be plumped into
the lear lan Sea, .which was named for
him.' It ls only recently that one
could believe there was a soul of
truth to the myth, but poor Dr. Lil
lientbal made pretty long flights on
wings that could easily have been
formed of tough wax and feathers and
We would not hear so much about
Pasteurizing in the creamery if there
were a little more, pasture-izing in
?Therels a reason^
Sluggish" mental condition?
?The fcodfc highlyl^^
it lavabo "richfft?ic^
\Vitaj phosphaSTth?t f?}
Of- l^?lnand nervc'cwitf?s.l
Read ^Th? Road: t?^WeJh^
In pkgsri ^ha^?Reaspii?^
IfOaTUM Qty EAL COMl^iSYjlLJ^
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INTERESTING STATE NEWS
Column of Current Events Caught
in Every County From Coast to
Cotton Tare Act a Hardship.
The cotton tare case lo be heard
in the circuit court is brought - by
the Columbia firm of M. C. Heath &
Co., cotton buyers against W. G.
i Mulhns, who represents Maybank &
Co., to test the 1910 enactment of the
I General Assembly as to cotton tare.
i The 1910 act provides that there shall
be a reduction of six per cent for the
tare and hertofore the amount had
been only 20 pounds. The nw law,
if declared constitutional would make
the cotton bales len pounds lesa in
weight because ten pounds more
would be deducted for tare.
. It is estimated that the diff?rence
on account of the cotton tare act of
1910 will be $1,800,000. This is fig
ured on 12,000,000 bales at 10 ad
ditional pounds to the bale at 15 cenU
Deaths Continue After Tragedy.
While digging the grave of the
mother of John Eabb, the negro, who
is held for the murder of Hilton
Smith, the city jailer, at Potter's
field, Henry Barber, the aged negro
grave digger, dropped dead. The
cause of the death is supposed to be
heart trouble. The inquest over the
body will be held by Coroner Walker.
The aged mother of John Rabb died
while the officers were searching the
house for the negro. She did not
know that her son was being sought
as a murderer.
Youngest Bank Cashier.
Earle F. Mart in, of Donald 's, holds
the record for being the youngest
bank cashier in the United States.
He is 18 years of age and is cashier
of the Bank of Donald's.
L. A. Merger, of Belvit, Kas., aged
20, is the next youngest cashier.
Dry Counties Responsible.
Dispensary Auditor W. B. West
states that the sales of alcoholic
drinks %in the six counties now re
taining the dispensary system will
equal one half, if not more, of the
total sales the year before in the 21
counties, then having the dispensary
system. The sales last year were
Bonding Business Without License.
B. A. Wharton, deputy insurance
commissioner investigated the bond
ing business of H. T. Edens, of
Sumter, which the grand jury at its
last session asked Commissioner Mc
Master to investigate. His report on
this has not been made public, except
that he found that Edens had been
doing a bonding business and had
not paid the license therefor.
Whiskey Concern Reimburses State.
7 Gallagher & Burton, a Pennsylvania
whiskey firm which did an extensive
business with the old State dispen
sary turned over $11,000 to the dis
pensary commission by representa
tives of the company.
Inspectors Work Both Ways.
A co-operative arrangement has
been made whereby the inspectors to
be appointed for the enforcement of
the commercial food stuffs act will
have charge of the work of enforc
ing the pure food and drug act of
the State which was passed in 1907.
Chips From the Palmetto Leg.
No warrant has been issued by the
United States commissioner for
Saluda county in nearly eight years.
Columbia has been put down in thc
house building bill for an appropria
tion of $75,000 for a site for a new
The officers of the Second regiment
of the National Guard of the State
at Sumter decided to camp at the
national camp ground at Chicka
Solicitor Wells of the Twelfth cir
cuit who prosecuted the Bigham
Avant case, says as soon as court in
Georgetown opened he would, take
steps to collect' the bond.
"This is the season of the year
for pellagra," said Dr. J. W. Babcock,
the superintendent of the State Hos
pital for the Insane and who is look
ed upon by. the medical world as one
of the best experts on the dreaded
disease in the country.
The Charleston and Western Caro
lina Railway Company inaugurated
additional passenger train service on
its line between Allendale and Port
Royal on Sundav, May 22.
The war on blind tigers has not
ceased in Sumter, and every week
one or two dealers or transporters
Thc mail service began on the C.,
C. '& O., between Spartanburg and
Bestie on May 23.
The installment of several dry
wells in Fort Mill is the subject of
considerable a'dverse criticism by a
number of citizens who fear that,
such depositories for sewerage will
menace the health of the community.
The jury at Beaufort brought in
a verdict of guilty of murder with
recommendation to mercy in the case
of Lewis Harvey, who shot and kill,
ed Buddie Brown on account of a
dispute which arose during a crap
game in the ferry house at tho Adams
ferry landing on Ladies' Island, just
across from Beaufort, the amount in
volved being 1 cent.
An election at Marion for $20,000
bonds for high schools and $30,000
for graded schools purposes was unan
Miss Alice Marshall and Miss Eli
zabeth Cook of Charleston, will con
duct a private hospitaMor Orange
In the case of Furman Rookard vs.
the Southern Railway company, at
Spartanburg, the jury returned a ver
dict for $500. Daniel Brown, negro,
was killed by a Southern train near
Greers in 1906 while on his way to
At the request of Representative
Lever, the postoffice department has
agreed to put on a Sunday mail ser
vice between Elliott and Lucknow,
Peruna is sold by your local drag
gists. Buv a bottle today.
MOTHER 0 RAY'S
N??ma$& Troabl eof^eeYolnff
Worral. Tr*^ Rr rafe pp Colds
in M hour?, ft ?ilJ^iWi, 26rt9.
Sample mailed 7BBB. Address.
A. ? OLMSTED. Lc Soy. fl. V
it may save your life. Cathartics,
bird shot and cannon ball pills-tea
spoon doses of cathartic medicine*
all depend on irritation of tty: bowels
until they sweat enough to move. Cas
careis strengthen the bowel muscles
so they creep and crawl na tu rally.
This means a 'cure and only through.
Cascareis can you get it quickly and
Ciiscacets-10c box-week'f treat
ment. All druearlsts. Biegest ?oller
In Ibo world-mulloo, boxes a month.
BF es* uso
Thompson's Eye Wate;
One of my neighbors tsays that
there's no money in poultry, and thal
the easiest way to get eggs is to buj
them. He says that he ke?ps chick
ens to eat the bugs in his orchard
pays 'em a cent a bug.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
in that fix. The man who knows ex
actly where he is going and pre
cisely what for. will come in fat
ahead of him who is in doubt and
Never Vary in
Quality or Taste
Because the utmost care
is taken by Libby's Chefs
to select only the choicest
materials and prepare
them in the same careful
manner every time. You
are thus assured of uni
form goodness, and this
is the reason that the use
of Libby's gives such
general satisfaction to
Dried Beef Mexican Tamales
Ham Loaf Chili con Carne
For luncheon, spreads
or everyday meals they |
are just the thing.
Keep a supply in the
house. You never can
S/tell when they will come
in handy. Ask
k>' *li*>^ forlibby^sand
be sure you
I Libby, McM
[ & Libby
Mud scrapers on the steps, mats
and good walks out to the different
buildings, certainly do help to keep
th? house floors clean these spring
isja. And use them, or they might
is well be in China. Pay the boys
ind girls a premium for remember
ing every time to clean their boots
well, until the habit is formed.
A GRATEFUL WOMAN.
Has Only One Kidney, But is Sound
Mrs. L. Wick, 287 Dewey Ave.,
Pittsfield, Mass., says: "I ran down
In health until I only weighed 95
pounds. Finally a
doctors was held.
They decided I had
a fibroid kidney
and said \t must
be removed. I had
the operation and
came out of the
hospital as sick as
ever. At last it
was my gocd for
tune to begin using Doan's Kidney
Pills. They strengthened the remain
ing kidney and increased my weight
to 121 pounds. I have no more
Remember the name-Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. 50 cents ?i box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Keira Notes of General Interest
From All Parts of the State.
Proceedings Democratic Convention,
Th State Democratic convention
was called to order Wednesday, at
Columbia, by the chairman of th#
state committee, Gen. Wilie Jones,
who was re-elected to that position
by the committee, after a proposi
tion to defer the election of chair
man had been defeated by a vote of
28 to 12.
Opponents of General Jones desire
to have the selection of state chair
man made by the convention instead
of the committee, as is required un
der the present rules, and this pro
position was presented to the con
vention by the Chesterfield delega
tion. It is said General Jones is op
posed because of his connection with
the defunct Seminoles Securities com
pany, through which hundreds . of
persons in this state lo?t money.
Gen. Jones' election was followed
hy applause on the part of the com
mittee and those present. Thirty
four of forty members voted for
Gen. Jone's, the other six not voting
at all because of their view that the
election should not be held before the
convention. Superintendent D. J.
Griffith of tho State prison, execu
tive committeeman from Lexington,
was nominated for the chairmanship,
but declined, thanking Mr. L. L Per
rott, of Sumter, who nominated him,
and saying, "I am not a candidate."
The Richland delegation presented
proposed amendments to comply with
the stats law as to registration and
payment of poll tux before being
As president of the convention,
Richard S. Whaley, of Charleston,
speaker of the house, was elected
The convention did not in any man
tier coinnder the prohibition ques
tion, as it is not the policy of the
party in South Carolina to consider
state issues in convention, all such
matters being decided in the prim
Work of Convention.
The South Carolina Democratic
The proposition requiring a voter
in the primary to comply with the
law governing qualified electors.
Killed the suggestion that the
chairman of the State Democratic
executive committee he elected by the
convention instead of by the com
mittee, as at present.
Passed a resolution condemning
the investigation by Attorney Gen
eral Wiekersham in certain dealings
by certain cotton dealers and com
mending Senator E". D. Smith for his
opposition to this movement by
Made a few minor changes in the
rules and constitution,
v Adopted a platform, most of the
issues relating to federal. affairs.
The convention adjourned, at 10:45
White Man Stole a Gold Watch.
0. P. Sasser was arrested at
Branchville by a detective for the
Southern Express company and car
ried to St. George, where he was ar
raigned in the court of Magistrate
Moorer, on i he charge of stealing a
poid watch from the Southern Ex
press company on or about December
23, 1909. It is reported that Sasser,
on being arraigned in the magistrate's
court, entered a plea of guilty and
that the magistrate immediately fixed
bail in the sum "of $1.000.
Columbia Jailer Died.
Hilton Smith, the Columbia city
jailer, "who was shot by the negro,
Jolm Rabb, late Tuesday night, died
Wednesday night at a local hospital.
The negro was arrested at Blaneys,
near Columbia, and is ia the Peni
"Jones, He Pays the Freight."
Much surprise has been expressed
In Columbia that W. T. Jones should
have been able, through his attorney,
to secure a stay of sentence. A mem
ber of the judiciary of the State has
been quoted as saying, in the course
Df a conversation, that the stay of
sxecution of sentence is practically
nnheard of, in the circumstances of
the present case.
"Little Willie" Has Flown.
That W. B. Avant, of Georgetown,
has left for parts unknown is now
:ertain and Sheriff Scurry is offering
i reward of $100 for his apprehen
Dr. Bigham's brother at Greenville
states that Dr. Bigham is not in the
United States. Sheriff Scurry says
that he intends to make every effort
possible to apprehend Avant and Big
ham, but the chances now seem doubt
D, W. Avant and George Parsons,
close relatives of Avant, are on his
bond for $3.500, while Dr. Bigham's
mother is on his for $1,500.
Vicious Curs vs. Human Life.
Raymond Livingston, the 6-year
old son of James K. Livingston, of
Charleston, who was bitten a few
weeks ago by a mad dog,; died last
Wednesday morning in frightful
agony. The attending physicians
seemed unable to aid the little suffer
er who, it is said, barked ; as a dog
and had to be confined to his bed
with great force.
The child was dying about two
"Cyclone" Senator on the Job.
Senator E. D. Smith will offer an
amendment to the naval appropria
tion bill during the next few days au
thorizing an expenditure of $50,000
for a rile range at the Charleston
Calhoun Harris Not Guilty!
Calhoun Harris, former secretary
and assistant treasurer of the Orr
cotton mills, Anderson, is 'not guilty
of forgery and breach of trust, said
the jury, which reported Friday
night, after deliberating a few minu
tes more than three hours,
Try Murine Eye Remedy
Por Red, Weak. Weary, Watery Eyeo and
Granulated Eyelids. It Soothes Eye Pain.
Murine Eye Remedy Liquid. 25c. and 5?c,
Murine Eye Salve, 23c. tad '$1.00^ J
The Wisdom of Amusement.
*The wise woman will do well to re
member In her dally round that:
Amusements that encroach on the
hours sacred to sleety are forms of en
joyment to be censured.
Amusements that take one away
from oeoissary work ere bound to be
harmful, because they produce aegieot
??'and unfaithfulness to duty.
Amusements that rouse or stimulate
morbidity and produce unrest or dis
content should always be avoided.
Any amusememtB that weakens spir
itual belief or holds up, the properties
to mockery ls the greatest form ol
For COLDS and GRSP.
Hick's CAPUDISI ls the best remedy-re
lieves the aching: and feverishness-cures the
Cold and restores normal conditions. It's
liquid-effects Immediately. 10c, 25c. and 50c.
at drue stores.
Mr. Tom Puryear, of Little Yad
kin, N. C., has a historic newspaper.
It is a copy of The Universal Yankee
Nation, published in Boston, Sept.
27, 1841. The columns are exactly
4 feet long and the paper measures
12 feet long and contains 112 col
umns in all and about 24 of these
columns are in advertising, leaving
88 columns of reading matter. A
lot of this is taken up in large illus
trations of ancient ruins and other
It contains an account of a lynch
ing in Arkansas a few days previous.
It also gives a letter from Daniel
Webster to Hiram Ketehum, of New
York, giving briefly his reason for
continuing as Secretary of State when
other members had resigned. A
story is given of people finding snakes
The constant use of Cuticura Soap,
assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for
toilet, bath and nursery purposes not
only preserves, purifies and beautifies
the skin, scalp, hair and hands, but
prevents inflammation, irritation and
clogging of the pores, the common
cause of pimples, blackheads, redness
and roughness, yellow, olly, mothy
and other unwholesome conditions of
the complexion and skin. All who de
light io a clean skin, soft, white
hands, a clear, wholesome scalp and
live, glossy hair, will find Cuticura
Soap most successful ic realizing
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are
admirably adapted to preserve the
health of the skin and scalp of in
fants and children, and to prevent
minor 'emish?s or inherited skin hu
mors becoming chronic, and may be
used from the hourot birth. Cuticura
Remedies are sold throughout the civ
ilized world. Send to Potter Drug &
Chem. Corp., sole proprietors, Boston,
Mass., for their free Cuticura Book, 32
pages of invaluable advice on care and
treatment of the skin, scalp and hair.
Boys and girls are often hard to
manage in school because :he home
government is lax. You can help to
keep order in the schoolroom by5; do
ing something at it right afc home.
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
Chickens that lay around almost
anywhere sometimes are merely
emulating their betters.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25 :. a bottle.
Did you ever step on a rake and
have it fly up and hit you in thc
face? Well, don't do it again.
Snccppfi For 70 Yoars-The record of Pain
killer (Perry Davis1.) The remedy for diar
rhea, dysentery and all bowel complaints.
HOW TO GO AROUND IT.
"I never have any trouble getting
things done," a farmer's wife said
"Do tell us how you manage it!"
"I do not manage it at all, men
don't like to be managed; but this is
'.'I never scold or find fault. If a
thing needs doing and I can not do
it, I simply say, 'Husband, I see the
spout of the eaves-trough has drop
ped down, so that the water runs
close to the cellar wall. If it freezes.,
don't you suppose it will injure the
wall?' Or, 'Husband, when you go to
the barn would it be too much trouble
to take that pan of potato parings
along to the horses? And I shall
need the pan again at noon,' (because
he might otherwis? forget to bring
"If I should set out with a high
hand to tell what I wanted done, ten
chances to one there would be hard
feelings, and I might not get any
thing done, after all.
"And then, the tone of the wo
man's voice is worth an hour's argu
"Then, too, the look on one's face
counts for more than a little. Smiles
go farther than frowns.
"The best of it is, you feel so
much better about it afterward, your
self, if you have been kind to the
one you love best. Nothing hurts so
much as bitter words."
Is there any woman anywhere who
does not agree with this?
Ready to serve from the
package with cream-no
"The Memory Lingers"
Pkg?. 10c and 15c.
POSTUM . CEREAL CO., LTD..
Battle Creek, Mich..
When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't
any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ? ;
Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia
IE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Fitch ville, Ohio.-( ( My daughter was all nm
down, suffered from pains in her side, head and
limbs, and could walk hut a short distance ct a
time. She came very near having nervous
prostration, had hegun to cough a good deal, -
and seemed melancholy hy spells. Sho tried
two doctors hut got little help. Since taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
Blood Purifier and Liver Pills she has im
proved so much that she feels and looks liko
another girl."-Mrs. 0. Cole, FitchviUe, Ohio.
Irasburg, Vermont.-"I feel it my duty to
say a few words in praise of your medicine. "When I began
taking it I had been very sick with kidney and bladder trou
bles and nervous prostration, I am now taking the sixth bot
tle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and find myself
gireatly improved. My friends who caU to see me have noticed
a great change."-Mrs. A. H. Sanborn, Irasburg, Vermont.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful
-or that either of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials, or that the letters are published without
their permission, or that the original letter from each did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
What more proof can any one ask ?
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for
female ills. No sick woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
ESttgE*-? Mrs. Pinkham invites aU sick women
?pSEr to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health' free of charge.
Address Mrs? Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.
Before the iron roof on the build
ings begins to rust, get right at it
and paint it. The first thing is to
sweep it all off clean; then give it a
good coat of paint. Paint is cheaper}
than roofing, any time.
For HEADACHE-Hick*' CAPFDBNK
Whether from Colds. Heat, Stomach or
Nervous Troubles. Oapudtno will relieve you.
It's liquid-pleasant to lalee-acts Immedi
ately. Try lt, 10c.. 25c, end 50c. at dru? ?
About a Gravestone.
The Youth's Companion tells thia .
story: At a certain .railway station ?
an anxious men came to the door of
the 'baggage car and said: "Is there
any thins: for me?" After some search \
among the boxes and trunks the bas
gagemaster dragged out a demijohn
of -whiskey. "Anything more?" asked
the man. "Yes," aald the baggage
man, "there is a gravestone. There's
no name on It, but It ought to go with
that liquor." Here-'s ofto to go with
it. A customer in a downtown saloon
where there Is a teetotal bartender
asked for whiskey and imported beer,
imix-ed the two. and reirflarked that hl3 |
mixture was a "atone wall." "I'd caU ?
lt a tombstone," the abstemious man I
behind the bar remarked.
One man takes the initiative and
sets an example. A second writes
about it. A third publishes it in his
paper. Thousands read and' follow.
Progress depends upon this four
linked chain-the man who does, the
writer who knows that it is doue,
the paper that shows that it has
been done, and the reader "who is
interested in knowing whether it can
be done again._
Constipation causes many serious dis-j
eases. It is thoroughly cured by Dr.1
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. One a laxative^
three for cathartic.
A fellow miist stick right to it
every day if he would make a "go"
of farming. That's a fact. But so
must the storekeeper, the doctor and
the lawyer. It is the same the world
Buy "BATTLE AXE" SHOES.
Never buy spectacles of men who
come along offering you great bary
gains. The chances are that you
will not get a fit and you will pay;
more than the glasses are worth. The
eyes ore too precious to he tampered
with in any such way. Go to som?
reliable man and have your eye?
really fitted. That's the way to^do it.
The instinct of modesty natural to every woman lt often a
great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women
shrink from the personal questions of the local physician
which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is ab*
horrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition
of disease which surely progresses from bad io worse.
It has been Dr. Pierce* s privilege to care a
?reat many women who have Sound a retune
for modesty in his offer of FREE consalta?
tion by letter. Till correspondence is held
as sacredly confidential, Address Dr, R, V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N, Y,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores and regulates
thc womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and
puts th? finishing touch of health Qn every weak woman
who give? it a fair trial.
It Makes W?ak Women Strong,
Sick Women Well.
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute
for this non-alcoholic medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION.
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GET A SAW MILL
from Lombard Iron Works, Augus
ta, Ga. Make money sawing neigh
bor's timber when gin engine is idle
ifter the crops are laid by.
we csa do
better for TOO thin agents orcor.mmion merchants.
Reference: any back io Louisville. We furnish
Wwi Bags Free to our shippers. Write for price list.
M. SABEL & SONS Et?*J Lcmsvi?e, Ky.
BUY BATTLE AXE** SHOES
. L DOUGLAS
55, $4, *3.50, *3, 92.50& $2
FOR 30 YEARS.
Million* of men wear
W. L. Douglas thoei be
came they are the low*
cst price*, quality con
sidered, in the world.
Mndo upon honor,of tho
best leather*, by the
most ?killed workmen,
in oil tho tatest fashion*.
W. L. Douala* $5.00
and $4.00 ?hoe* equal
Custom Bench Work
costin? $8.00 to $8.00.
w. !.. DOURIM unnranteei their value tyttarapbiff
mi nam;, and price on the bottom, l.ook for it.
latte A o BtiWlttitf. Foti Color ivfleti.
A CK your ?tenter for W. 1" Poupin* tho*?, ir not
lng how in order hy mall. Shoe* ordered direct rrora
factory delivered free. W.l.Donida*. ?rockton. Maj*.
Restores Cray Hair to Natural Color*
REMOVIS DAN on u F rano SCURF
Invigorates and prevents the hair from falling o J
For Sale by Oruaalats, or Sent Direct by
XANTHINE CO., Richlind, Virginia
Prie. SI Pc Boult; Samp!. Bottle .ijc Sens for Circular*