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Alice-I like Tom Immensely and
he's very much the gentleman; but
he does like to talk t.bout himself!
Grace-Yes, \?ear, your knight hath
a thousand I's.-Puck.
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B.F.D., Graniteville, Yt.
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u wn MOTH. MANAGER
NEGROES ATTACK WHITES IN
DELAWARE TOWN-ONE KILL
AND MANY INJURED.
BAD FEELING AMONG RACES
Riot Continued Nearly Through One
Night-Shot and Bullets Whiz
Through Streets-Law Officers
Could Not Control Mob.
Laurel, Del-The 111 feeling which
has existed for some time between
white and colored residents of Laurel
and vicinity culminated in a race riot
that raged in the heart of town nearly
all night, resulting in the death of a
white boy, the serious injury of two
white men and minor injury of a
number of white and colored men and
damage to a number of buildings. A
lynching is threatened if the negro
who fired the fatal shot is found.
Laurel, Del.-A mob of armed ne
groes swooped down upon a crowd of
spectators in the main thoroughfare
of the town and fired a volley of bul
lets and buckshot into the crowd.
Orem Stockley, 18 years old, son of a
farmer living near Laurel, fell to the
ground, shot through the head. He
was taken to a hospital in Salisbury,
Md., where he ?le^^-^^******"***^
L^?eorge Huda/n' 50 years old, a
white fi\an ot?ethel, was shot in the
leg, necessitating amputation, and
John Thompson, a white barber, was
shot in both legs while shaving a
patron. Other white men received
minor injuries. It is known that sev
eral negroes were injured but they
cannot be located.
Oiflcers were unable to cope with
the mob and there was a fierce strug
gle between the two races until 3
o'clock in the morning. Windows
were shattered and the interior of
buildings was greatly damaged.
Earl Richards, a 15-year-cld white
boy, stole his father's revolver and
captured George Wright, a negro, for
whom the authorities have been look
ing for over a year. Richards com
pelled the negro to hold up his hands
until the officers arrived. Wright is
said to be wanted in Virginia for the
alleged murder of a white boy.
Officers are endeavoring to apnre
hend the negro who fired the fatal
shot a' young Stockley. Open threats
have been made, of a lynching waen
he ls caught.
DR. SEAMAN A. KNAPP DEAD
An Expert in Agriculture-A Warm
Friend of the South.
Washington.-Dr. Seaman Asahel
Knapp, one of the foremost experts
of the department of agriculture, who
has made investigations in many
parts of the world, died at his home
here. He was 78 years old.
Dr. Knapp was from New York
and his work in the Orient and in
connections with American rice pro
duction in the South and in promo
tion of various Southern crops made
him famous among agricultural in
Rheumatism, which later develop
ed into a complication of diseases
caused Dr. Knapp's death. He was
a graduate of U?ion college and re
ceived many degrees from other in
Dr. Knapp introduced the improv
ed Japanese rice in this country after
extensive travels in Japan, China anr'
the Philippines for the Department of
Agriculture. His investigations stim
ulated the rice industry in Louisiana
Mississippi and Arkansas, as he fre
quently made prolonged lecture tours
in the interest of farmers. Through
out the South, but particularly in
Louisiana, Dr. Knapp became well
known cf his efforts in behalf of the
production of not only rice but su
gar and cotton. He was one of thc
leaders in the great fight of the gov
ernment against the cotton boll wee
vil. Of recent years he had been di
recting the work of the department
toward the diversification of crops in
the South and through his efforts
many Southern farmers were .indue
ed largely to give up their one-staplr
crop-cotton-and to plant corn and
Chinamen Assault Missionary.
Shanghai.-The Rev. John Murray,
of the American Presbyterian mission
at the Tsi Nan Fu was attacked by
.Chinese on March 28, 17 miles north
of that place. He was badly injured
about the head and body and was
brought back to the mission by a gov
rnment escort. He is now consider
ed out of danger. An absurd report
had been circulated among the Chi
nese that Mr. Murray had stolen a
:hild and some of them set upon
him, while he was engaged in making
Promised Trouble Blown Away.
Madrid. - The ministerial crisis,
which appeared fraught with the
greatest possibilities, seems to have
ended as abruptly as it began. It has
.esolved Itself, seemingly to the gen
eral relief, into a second reconstruc
tion of the Canaljas ministry.
King Alfonso, on his arrival from
Seville, immediately received Senor
Canalejas and requested him to con
tinue in power. The Premier agreed
n condition that he be permitted to
make such changes in the Cabinet as
he deemed necessary.
Battleships at Target Practice.
Washington. - The annual battle
practice of the Atlantic fleet off the
Virginia capes began in earnest when
14 of the 16 battleships under com
mand of Rear Admiral Seaton Schroe
der, directed their big guns at tar
gets representing warships of a sup
posed enemy. Secretary of the Navy
Meyer, on the President's yacht May
floer, is an eyewitness1 to observe the
efficiency of the officers, men and
suns, under the battle conditions
Twenty-five vesself participate in th<
hattie on drill grcunds.
A POLITICAL TALK. *?*
. "We've scoured tne town ior votes.'
"And now I suppose you expect a
SCALES ALL OVER HER BODY
"About three years ago I was af?
fected by white scales on my knees
and elbows. I consulted a doctor who
treated me for ringworm. I saw no
change and consulted a specialist and
he claimed I had psoriasis. I contin
ued treatments under him for about
six months until I Baw scales break
ing out all over my body save my
face. My "calp was affected, and my
hair began to fall. I then changed
Rectors to no avail. I went to two
ho'spS^ls and each wanted to make a
study of tft^WirWJ?JU,^3eemed unable
to cure it or assure me of?K^cure. I
tried several patent medicines**SMd
was finally advised by a friend who**
has used Cuticura on her children
since their birth, to purchase the
Cuticura Remedies. I purchased a
cake of Soap, the Ointment and the
Resolvent. After the first application
the itching was allayed.
'T. am still using the Soap and Oint
ment and now feel that none other ls
good enough for my skin. The psor
iasis has disappeared and I every
where feel better. My hands were so
disfigured before using ihe Cuticura
Remedies that I had to wear gloves all
the time. Now my body and hands
are looking fine." (Signed) Miss Sara
Burnett, 2135 Fitzwater St, Philadel
phia, Pa., Sept. 30, 1910.
Cuticura Soap (25c) and Cuticura
Ointment (50c) are sold throughout
the world. Send to Potter Drug &
Chem. Corp., sole props., 135 Colum
bus Ave., Boston, for free book on af
fections of the skin and scalp.
Has Cardinal Gibbons' Approval.
Cardinal Gibbons, the highest au
thority of the Roman Catholic church
In America, has expressed bis ap
proval of Tuberculosis day, which ls
to be observed by the churches of the
United Stated on or about April 30,
and of the general organized anti-tu
berculosis campaign, according to a
report of an Interview made public by
the National Association for the Study
and Prevention of Tuberculosis.
The interview was granted by his
eminence to H. Wirt Steele, executive
secretary of the Maryland Associa
tion for the Prevention and Relief of
Tuberculosis, and Dr. Charles O'Dono
van, one of the leading physicians of
Baltimore. The cardinal expressed
his entire sympathy with the plan of
the Tuberculosis day movement and
indorsed the program both of the
Maryland association and of the na
How He Averted a Duel.
The following is told of former
Senator Joe Blackburn of Kentucky:
In the days of his youth the Ken
tuckian was asked by a friend to sec
ond him in a duel. He consented,
and at sunrise the parties met at the
appointed place. Now, it was this
Kentuckian^ duty to say the last
words touching the terms of the duel.
But, although he faithfully performed
this duty, the duel never took place.
A murmur of "Wl:y not?" invari
ably goes around whenever this story
is told, whereupon the answer is as
"For the very simple reason. When
Joe finished speaking it was too dark
for a duel."-Harper's Magazine.
Very Plain In Some People.
A great many people go on suffering
from annoying ailments for a long
time before they can get their own
consent to give up the Indulgence
from which their trouble arises.
A gentleman in Brooklyn describes
his experience, as follows:
"I became satisfied some months
ago that I owed the palpitation of the
heart from which I suffered almost
dally, to the use of coffee, (I had been
a coffee drinker for 30 years) but I
found lt very hard to give up the bev
"One day I ran across a very sen
sible and straightforward presenta
tion of the claims of Postum, and
was so impressed thereby that I con
cluded to give it a trial.
"My experience with it was unsat
isfactory till I learned how lt ought
to be prepared-by thorough boiling
for not less than 13 or 20 minutes.
After I learned that lesson there was
"Postum proved to be a most palat
able and satisfactory hot beverage,
and I have used it ever since.
'The effect on my health has been
most salutary. The heart palpitation
from which I used to suffer so much,
particu'arly after breakfast, has dis
appeared and I never have a return of
lt except when ? d!ne or lunch away
from home end ?rink the old kind of
coffee becaure Postum is not served.
I Ard thr>.t Postum cheers and Invig
orates while it produces no harmfu
?tlmu'ation." Narre given by Postum
Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Ten drys' trial proves an eye opener
'o mp ny.
Read the Mtrle book, "The Road to
VelMlle," in pkgs. "Theie's a Rca
"^ver rend fin? nbove Wterf A new
^........r?i ?rom 1ltn<- time. They
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Suda? School Leuoa for April 9, 1911
Specially Arrancad for This Paper
LESSON TEXT-2 Kings 6:5-23. Mem
ory Verses 15-17.
GOLDEN TEXT-"For he shall give
His angels chargjb over thee, to keep thee
In .all thy ways.-Psa. 91:11.
TIME-According to most scholars, this
event occurred In the reign of Jehoram
(B. C. 904-894, Beecher, 861-849. Hastings).
Mrs. Houghton, however, holds that the
Syrian king of this story was Hazael sind
the king of Israel was Jehu.
PLACE-Dot han, a small town about
ten miles north of Samaria, situated on a
remarkable isolated bill, surrounded on
three sides by hills. Traces of walls may
still be seen all around the hill-top. Also
Samaria, the capital of the Northern
How did Elisha show himself to be
a true patriot? By using for his coun
try his supernatural knowledge, as we
should use for our country our lesser
knowledge, and all our powers. Assy
ria was not at the time pressing upon
Syria, so that Syria could attack her
hereditary enemy to the south. But
the plans of Benhadad II. were frus
trated ??ever and over. Elisha was
then living in Dothan, about ten miles
?orth of Samaria. ', Dothan was "a small
town, of which some ruins and a well
still mark the site." The caravan route
from beyond Jordan passes, from the
Plain of Esdraelon, close to it Prob
ably Benhadad's route on his preda
tory expeditions lay through this pass,
which was narrow and easily defend
ed. Therefore when the Syrians' com
ing was revealed to Elisha and told by
him to King Jehoram, a comparatively
small body of Israelites, posted a little
north of Dothan, would effectually
check their progress.
How can we apply to ourselves Eli
sha's advice, "Beware that thou pass,
l^^uch a place?" By recognizing all
places*?tepeclal temptation, and being
on our giiahaOhere. '/Think of the
men who canno^get past any gam
bling resort to savfc^ejr souls! There
are certain stores gWs^h^y-lofta and
street corners and 'vac?nT^ss?t^tJbat
are more dangerous to boys than pes
houses. There is absolutely no pos
sible safety except in avoiding them."
Boys, and men, too, beware!
How did Benhadad plan to circum
vent Elisha? Sending spies, and learn
ing that the prophet was living at
Dotham, he sent a large body of-cav
alry and chariots to capture him. To
secure such a man was vital. It would
at once deprive Jehoram of one who
was inspired by the gods and put bim at
the service of Syria, for it would be as
sumed that he could be bribed to help
How did Elisha, in the knowledge
of his heavenly helpers, meet the
Syrians? Our version, the Hebrew,
implies that Elisha 'ajad his servant
boldly went down from Dothan into
the valley, and that the leaders of the
Syrians came down from the heights
on which they wera w-js^gurp^i, *o pr
ley with the prophet. He prayed; for
prayer is the recourse of all the strong
est men In the time when they need to
be strongest Prayer is a powerful
thing, for God has bound and tied him
self thereto. He prayed that blindness
might fall upon the Syrians, and at
once his prayer was granted. Not,'lit
eral blindness Is meant, probably, for
they were able to follow Elisha to Sa
maria, but a confusion of vision cr of
mind, so that they were readHy de
luded. Perhaps only the leaders were
Why did Elisha lead the Syrian* ten
miles to Samaria? To show then:, and
also to show the Israelites, how power
less they were before Jehovah. Elisha
made the pompous and confident Inva
ders appear ridiculous, which ls the
most thorough defeat that can be
given to any enemy. Besides, ont rea
son why Elisha had led the Syriais to
the capital was that they migre be
kindly treated, feasted and sent back
to Benhadad with coals of fire Reap
ed upon their heads.
What is the great teaching ol our
lesson for modern people. The [real
ity of the invisible world, and its pow
er to help and comfort To ha% no
sense of the invisible is the rub of
art. It is the ruin of all life also. Itany
will believe only what their uninstruct
ed eyes can see.
Christians should be continuait up
held by the realization of their angel
ic helpers. The brave man need not
see any celestial form wltb spear and
helmet by bis side, yet'he may mow
as be goes out to the battle thai the
Eplrlts of Justice everywhere are sym
pathizing with him and helping htn In
unknown ways. The mother Wy
not discern an angel bending ovei the
bed on which her child is laid,1 but
still she may know that there are cher
watchers by its bed beside herself, ?pir
its whom God has sent to see .hat
none of his little ones take any h .rm.
The soul In its bereavement may not
look to see here again the very ires
ence and feature of the friend wiora
God has taken, yet still may be ,'ure
that even now, in such unknown ways
as soul may present itself to soulehls
friend is with him, for encouragement
and strength. Pity we cannot cow
practice Elisha's plan of ending .'rar.
When the comet of October, j,68,
appeared, a lecturer made a tou- of
some country villages In Devont*ire
with a view to telling the countrytao
pie some facts about the beautifujiob
ject; and ?mong other points he tech
ed upon the calculations which aston
omers had made as to the enornous
length of the tail of the comet A
countryman treated this part ofjhls
ecture with contemptuous incredulty.
"I saw the comet myself," said the
man, "and Its tail was just four feet
long; and how are we to believerfcla
man who comes to tell us that i i;
>f miles?" r
The Mind. fi
The human mind is like a ijte,
which can play but one note at a tj^ie;
God's mind must be like an c^jan
which plays chords. The human E Ind
is so infinite in its questions, tl7: if
there were no God it would be n^es
sary to invent one.-Rev. FAnk
Crune, Independent, Chicago. i .
Deceiving the Heart. 3
If any man thlnketh himself ? b?
religious and is unhappy, he deceijetl.
his own heart.-Rev. A. G. Singan
Mrs. Chapman, of Branchland,
Tells About Her Serious Troubles
and How Cardui Helped Her.
Branchland, W. Va.-In a letter
from this place, Mrs. Elizabeth Chap
man says: "I suffered from womanly
trouble for nearly five yearn. I tried
all the doctors in the country, but
they did me no good. I can say that
I certainly do believe that Cardul
saved my life. I took Cardul, and now
I am entirely well.
I have gained 15 pounds, and feel
like a new woman. I ?m thankful for
what this medicine has done for me.
I hope all who suffer from any kind
of womanly trouble will give Cardul
a fair trial.
I will continue to recommend this
great remedy to all friends, for I can
not praise Cardul half as highly as it
Tou may be sure, that if Cardul will
relieve and cure such serious cases as
Mrs. Chapman's-and It is doing this
every day-it will certainly help those
women who have no serious symp
toms, but are Just weak and ailing.
Whether seriously sick, or simply
weak, try Cardul. It will? help you.
In the past fifty years, Cardul has'
.benefited more than a million women.
Why not test lt for your troubles?
IT. B.-Write tot Ladles* Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga y. ^-d Iel ne Co.,; Chat
tanooga, Tenn., foi Special Ina traction?
and 64-pag-e book, "Home Treatment
for Women," sent In plain wrapper, on
Moissant's Comparison. ,
"The late John B. Moissant was 'a
genial as well as a skillful airman,"
said a Chicago editor.
"I remember well a visit he once
made me, with drawings of an aero
plane of his own invention under his
ar2r>vl Joked him a UtUe about the
machine1*]^ certainly had a^ilS^, j
awkward look, ^^the ^juti with a>?
laugh: , ^^*v
" 'Oh, don't Judge even an aeroplane
by its outside. What if the man who
discovered the oyster hadn't stopped
to pry open the shell T"*
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eczema suppurating swellings, bone pains,
hot skin, or if your blood is thin or im
pure, then Botanic Blood Balm (B.B.B.)
will beal every sore, stop all itching and
make the blood pure and rich. Cures after
all else faik. $1.00 ?per large bottle at
drug stores. Sample free by writing Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., Department B.
She-Too many men expect their
wi voa to run their homes on prac
tically nothing. They forget that no
one can make bricks without straw,
He-My wife does-out of flour.
CHILDREN" WHO ARB SICKLY.
Mo: hers should nov or bo without it box of Mother
Gray sSwcotPowdoni forChlldrcD. They Break ap
Goldi, Relievo Fovorlshnoss, Constlpation, Teot hi ng
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A Real Treat
"What ye eatin'?"
"A dime's worth o' salt wld some
peanuts in it."-Judge. .
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA /
AND BUILD LT THESY8TEM
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELB?S
CHILL TONIC. Tou know what you aro taking.
The formula ls plainly printed on cvory bottle,
showing lt ls simply Quinine and Iron In a taste
leas form. The Quinine drives out. the malaria
?nd the Iron builds up the system. Sold by all
leaiors for 80 year*. Fri oe ta cents.
"The heart ls a small thing, but
deslreth great matters; lt is not suffi
cient for a kite's dinner, yet the
world ia not sufficient for lt.-Hugo.
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum
and Mullen is Nature's great remedy
Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping
Cough and all throat and lung troubles. At
druggists, 25c. 50c and SI .00 per bottle.
It has always appeared to me that
good manners are almost as valuable
an asset in commercial as in diplo
matic affairs.-Lord Cromer.
For COLDS and GRIP r
Hicks' CAPTDIHB ls the beat remedy'-re
lieves the aching and feverishness-eurea the.
Cold sod restores normal conditions. It's
liquid-effects Immediately. 10c., 36c., and 50c.
At drug stores.
What 'ls passing In the heart of an
other rarely escapes the observation
of one who is a strict anatomist of
It Is a great thing to be trusted,
but it 1B a far higher thing to be
worthy of trust.-Henry Lee.
Household troubles; Headache, To >th
?che, Earache, Stomach ache. Hamlins
Wizard Oil cores these aches and pains
K> why don't you keep & bottle in the
Some sermons come near being
Jemonstrations of eternal punish
Better general health is sure to follow
ihe use of the natural Herb laxative, Gar
ield Tea. It corrects constipation.
A suspicious woman raises a large
:rop of doubts.
"My father has been a sufferer from sick
Headach e for the last twenty-five years and
lever found any relief until he began
airing your Cascarets. Since he has
jegun taking Cascarets he has never had
lie headache. They have entirely cured
lim. Cascarets do what you recommend
hem to do. I will give you the privilege
)f using hit name."-E. M. Dickson,
ii2o R?siner St., W. Indianapolis, Ind.
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W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 14-1911.
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IS EPILEPSY CONQUERED?
New York Physicians Have Many
Cures to Their Credit.
New York, April 4.-Advices from
every direction fully confirm previous
reports that the remarkable treatment
for epilepsy being administered by the
consulting physicians of the Dr. Water
man Institute is achieving wonderful
results. Old and stubborn cases have
been greatly benefited and many pa
tients claim to have been entirely
Persons suffering from epilepsy
should write at once to Dr. Waterman
Institute, 122 East 25th st, Branch 63,
New York, for a supply of the remedy,
which ls being distributed gratuitously.
A Preaching Crass Restored.
The preaching cross in the village
of Burrington, situated amid romantic
surroundings on the northern side of
the Mendip hills, has, by the generos
ity of Col. Evan H. Llewellyn, been
restored. It is recorded that early in
1805 the handsome fifteenth century
base of the cross-all that then re
mained of it-was removed and uti
lized in building a new house for the
then parish clerk. Happily, the orna
mental dial stone did not share the
same fate, and this has been incor
porated into its original position in
the new cross. Three broad and mas
sive steps carry the old socket upon
which rests a tall monolith shaft
which is crowned by one of those
lantern-shaped canopies so peculiar to
the west country.-From the London
HOW TO CURES RHEUMATISM.
The cause of rheumatism is excess
uric acid in the blood.- To cure rheum
atism this acid must be expelled from
the system. Rheumatism is an inter
nal disease and requires internal
remedy. Rubbing with oils and lini
ments may ease,the pain, hjit they will
no more cure rheumatism than paint
will change the fiber of rotten woo)!.
Cures Rheumatism To Star Cured.
Science has discovered a perfect and
complete cure called Rheumacide. Test
ed in hundreds of cases, lt has effected
marvelous cures. Rheumacide removes
the cause, gets at the Joints from the
inside, sweeps the poisons out of the
system, t ones up the stomach, regulates
th? bowels and kidneys. Sold by drug
gists at SOc, and $1; in the tablet form
at 25c. aili 50c, by mall. Booklet free.
Bobbitt Chemical Co.. Baltimore, Md.
Gets At The Joints From The Inside.
. "If the Japanese want to fight us,"
said the nervous man, "why -don't
'Te%iiaps," replied the calm and
collectedjkperson, "they are waiting
for more tfosfi from our military ex
perts on how to? proceed." '
Important to leathers
Examine carefully eveVJ. bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and seextiiat it
In Use For Over .30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
What we are doing speaks with
greater force than what we are say
Hrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the gama, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pals, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle.
It's no use a church advertising the
Bible when lt ls dodging its bills.
To restore a' normal action to liver, kid
neys, stomach and "bow?ls, take Garfield
Tea, the mild Herb laxative. All druggists.
Go to sleep without supper, but rise
Dr. Pierce's Golden
This supplies pure blood-by aiding dig
parting tone to the whole circulatory sysi
more, having an alterative action on the
the poisons from the blood.
To enrich the blood and increase thc
the nerves- on rich red blood and doin,
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover
to insult your intelligence with the 4 ' ju
has 40 years of eura behind it and conti
ents plainly printed on wrapper.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
.tamps to pay expense of wrapping and
for the French cloth-bound book. Add
Cures the skia and act
the tongue. Safe for broo
cents and 11.00 a bottle ; ti
and horse goods houses,
SPOHN MEDICAL CC
W. L. DOU<
Douglas shoes cost more to make t
because higher grade leathers are used and s
care. These are the reasons why W. L. Do*
aateed to hold their shape, look and fit bel
than any otbet shoes you can bay.
tr BE WARE OF SUBSTITUT
The genuine have Douglas ns
price stamped on the bottom, which gus
and protects the wearer against high price
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CLAIMED TO Bi
If your dealer cannot inpply yon with the penn '..ne V
for Mall Order C?talo*. Stioet ?ant direct from, f acte
W, IM BougUu, 145 Spark Si,
Miss Bangs and
WITHIN EAS Y.ACCESS of all parts
and museums. Opportunity given for at
educational and artistic value.
THOROUGH AND CONSERVATIVE
physical, with expert supervision In eve
and certain results.
FACULTY LARGE, each teacher a s;
vidual attention adapted to their respceth
PRIMARY, PREPARATORY AND J
u:iiquo department known as the UPPE
students desiring to spend the winter In >
fthere, under the most favorable r nditlor
ntelllgent advancement. The UPPER H
the ordinary restrictions of a school.
BEST ADVANTAGES of NeW York ?
Elocution, Lp.nguages and Dancing.
PHYSICAL EXERCISES. Special atte
lng health, grace and ease, of motion and
erclaes are in charge' of a graduate of Dr
MER CAMP in New Hampshire.
THE SUCCESS OP THE SCHOOL hi
ceived the highest commendation of the
well as of the highest officials of the U.
Whlton refer by permission to the pres)
and to President and Mrs. Taft, Ex-Vlc
President and Mrs. Roosevelt, and the Cl
th rr dye. One 10c package colors all fibers. They dye
free booklet-How to Dye, Bleach end Mix Colors.
Come to most people and cante inansf
troubles,-pimples, bofla and other eru?~
tions, besides loss of appetite, that t?rts?
feeling, biliousness, indigestion saul h>
The sooner you get rid of them the
ter; aftd the way to get rid of them ?
to build up the system ia to take
The Spring Medicine par excellence av
shown by unequaled, radical and pen
Get it today in nana] liquid form
chocolated tableta called Sarsataba.
IN 30 MINUTES. Br Os? AspBcitistn af
Dr. David's San&?re Wash
We guarantee DR. DAVID'S SAKATTVE
WASH to cure any case of Itch la IO ?Bla
ute?, If used according to direction*, or va
will refund your money.
If your Dog has Scratches or Manga Da.
David'sSanativo Weah will cur? ala a? ance.
Price, 50 Cents a Bottle
It cannot be mailed. Delivered at your
nearest express office free, upon receipt of
OWENS & MINOR DRUG CO.
IF YOU HAVE,
DO appetite, Indltrertkm,
Headache, 'all run down" or :
lust what you need. They tea* arpi?e
stomach end build ap tb?
Restores Cray Hair to Natural Catea
RISCO VIS DANDRUFF *M SCURF
Invigorates sad prevents tb? lair fresa fallint at|
For tai? hy Orttsatses, m ass* afcoetae
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Virgin*!}
.Mc? SI Far lotti?: tampia Seule jSe. tasd fx ChssaafJ
to stop and perma
nently core that ter?
ri ble itching. It is
compounded for that
purpose and your money
will be promptly refunded;
if Kant's Care fails to cum
Ilten, Eczema, Tetter,Ring
I Worm or any other Skin.
Disease . 50c at your druggist's, or by m ssl'
direct if he hasn't it Manufactured only by
A. 6 RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Steam Te
The West Point Route
(Af Jania & West Point Raliway Ca.
s^The Western Ballway af ftlaftaanaj
and the West
3 TRAINS DAILY3
Call at City Ticket Office. Fourth
National Bank Building or writs
for rates and full ioiornratmn
P. M. THOMPSON. J. P. BILLUP3,
Dist. Pass. Agent Cen. Paso. Xgexk
the blood ts poor and filled with tba
isons from diseased kidneys or ?aac?iiai
er, the heart ii not only starved bot
isoned as well. There are many cost
ions due to impure blood-sock au
>psy, fainting spells, nervous debility '
the many scrofulous conditions, (doers, . .
ever-sores ," white swellings, etc. AB rr
i be overcome and cured by
estion, increasing assimilation and ha
te m. Its a heart tonio and a trent desi
liver and kidney i , it helps to clim rna f
i red blood corpuscles, thereby feeding*
i away with nervous irritability, taka
y and do not permit a dishonest dealer
ist as good kind." The "Discovery**
lins no alcohol or narcotics. In?red?
I Adviser is sent fm on receipt af
mailing only. Send 31 one-cent ataran*
ress : Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
AND ALL MDSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
ta aa a preventive for others. I Squid gres* eat
d mares and all others. Best kidney remedy ?SS
'.00 and 110.00 tbe doxen. Bold by all iii iisjlsin
or sent express paid, by tba mann fae toreen,
K Chemists, GOSHEN, INDIANA
than ordinary shoes,
elected with greater
iglaa snots are guar
;ter and wear longer
me and the retail
Tantee* full value
i and inferiorahoe*.
E'JUST AS & OOO'
r.T. Douglas shoes, write m.iew
iry to wearer, all charges ' ???i .5575?,
.. Brockton. M??. $2.00,$2.t?0A?3.I
of the city, and of tba great libraries
:tenda:.ce at public entertainment* ot
TRAINING, moral, intellectual and
ry department, thus Inaurin? definite
pedal!si ; and pupils assured tb* Indt
LCADEMIC .DEPARTMENTS: also a
!R HOUSE, tor grad?ate and special
Jew York In a congenial social acmoa
is tor culture of social grace* and for
OUSE ls in a largo degree free from
ivallable for tbe study of Mask, Art;
ntion given with the object of ncotnot
repos' of manner. The gymnastic ax
. Sargent, of Cambridge, Masa. SUM
IS been so pronounced that I*, baa r*~
leadlng educators of the country as
S. Government; Miss Bangs and Miss
dents of ten colleges and universities
e-Presldent and Mrs. Fairbanks, Ex
in cold wat er better than ?ny other dye. T
MONROE DRUG COMPANY,