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CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA
MunyorTs Stomach Treatment
MUNYON TELLS YOU
HOW TO GET WELL
FREE OF CHARGE
"A fcw days ago x received a letter
from a young man, who ?tates he ls 2S
years of age, and has occupied several
Important positions, but owing to indi
gestion and Inability to sleep he has been
unable to concentrate his mind upon his
?work and has consequently been dis
charged on the ground of neglect of duty.
He .goes, on to say that he is a young
man of steady habits, but for years he
has suffered from 'dyspepsia, which has
so affected his nerves that he is unable
to sleep, and that it 1s not neglect upon
his part, nor lack of interest ia the ?busi
ness, but simply physical weakness. Ho
asks my advice in this matter.
"For the benefit -of a large number of
tho?; similarly situated I propose to
answer ibis letter publicly, hoping that
it Tray "he the means of helping many
.?who may toe affected m this way.
'"Tn the first place, the stomach must
T>e Tiade well "before the nerves can be
Tnad ? strong. The nerves must be made
strong before one can sleep well. No
one .s capable of doing his best who -is in
.any way troubled with insomnia 'or any
form of nervousness. The greatest gen
erals harve 'been men of iron 'nerve and
Indomitable 'will. They have had perfect
.digestion, being able to eat ?well, and di
gest all they ate.
.at is said that Napoleon -lost the bat
tle of Waterloo because of a flt bf Indi
gestion. Grant's enormous reserve power
.was due to a well stomach. Abraham
Xincoln said that 'he did not know that
he had ;a stomach.' Grover Cleveland, it
ls said, could work 18 hours a day. eat
a hearty Tneal at 2 or 3 o'clock In the
morring. go to bed and sleep soundly un
til 9 'o'clock and get up refreshed, ready
for a new day's work.
"Pres. Taft is another type of 'he?lthy
manhood. Who thinlre 'for one rmoment
that 'he would be the P.-esident of tho
"United States today had he been a dy
speptic or affected with some 'nervous
ailment? I claim that two-thirds of air
'he failures iln professional and 'business
life are due to weak and deranged atom
"No 'business house would care tto em
.ploy -a dyspeptic representative to sell
goods for them on the road. -Ti>ne-half
the men who stand behind counters to
day, earning from $12 to $15 a week, will
never get beyond these figures, for the
reason that they are physically weak.
They lack the nerve power and com
manding strength that-come from a good,
"No one cares to hear a dyspeptic
Sreacher. No matter how pious 'he may
e. he is 'bound to .reflect his bilious and
aundlced . condition. He will unconsclous
y Inoculate his hearers with his melan
"Nt one would think of entrusting an
Important legal case In the hands of a
dyspeptic lawyer, any more than he
would care to entrust his own -life, or
that df a dear one, in the hands of arphy
sician who ls nervous, irritable or a dy
speptic. "Men must have good digestion,
strong nerves and vital manhood in or
der to render a clean, clear-cut nflecislon
either in medicine, law or business.
"I 'believe that more than half of the
divorces can be traced to 111 health. T
want'everv dvtn???'? ??*> *
We are told that at New York's com
lng municipal budget exhibit bells will
be rung and lights flashed to .snow a
birth revoir 4our minutes, a death ey
?erv eleven minutes.
Just what sort of demonstration is
made every time a cafe bottle pops, -or
* bellboy is tipped, we are not told.
Your old machine can be made as good as
-sew in onr shops at a nominal cost AU
makes of typewriters rebuilt, repaired,
cleaned and adjusted in the shortest possible
time and ra the most satisfactory manner.
J. E. Crayton & Co., Charlotte, N. C.
When you refer to pianos, there's
r great deal in the name. The Stieff
Piano has become a synonym for
merit, and the name is a sufficient
guarantee on which to purchase.
If you will get acquainted with the
manufacturer of the Artistic Stieff,
note its quality, tone, workmanship
and durability,when you buy, yours
will be a Chas. M. Stieff Piano.
Chas. M. Stieff
Manufacturer of the
Artistic Stie?, Shaw, and
Stie? Self-player Pianos
5 West Trade Street
Charlotte N. C.
a H. WILMOTH, Manager
(Mention this paper)
ACTS LIKE MAGIC
J. J. Pittman. M.D., Marshall. Ala., aar?
"Ia my practice I harre found that Mex
ican M-J ?tang Liniment acta like magic
In one case it cured an old lady of a very
screre attack of Rheumatism in the neck
25c 50c $ I a bottle at Dre? dc Ctsrl Stores |
FOR OLD AND YOUNG
Tutt's Liver Pills actas kindly on tbs child,
thc delicate female or Infirm old age, as upon
the vigorous man.
Ketone and strength to the weak stomach,
/el?, kidneys and bladder..
for COUGHS S COLDS
ns OF FLOOD
ARE LESS FIAN 500
CONSTABULARY AND HEALTH DE
PARTMENT HAVE THE SITUA
TION IN HAND.
YALLEY IS A CHARNEL HOUSE
The Property Loss From Flood and
Fire is Estimated to be Around Six
Million Dollars-Many Stories of
Austin, Pa-The curtain of night,
which was rung down on the Austin
flood scarcely before its victims had
all been claimed and its surviving
spectators fully realize how great a
tragedy the elements of water and fi::e
aad enacted in the natural ampitheater
Df the Allegheny mountains heTe, wus
lifted by dawn revealing a ghastly
scene of death and devastation.
Austin, itsc'J a busy mill town of
three thousand "people, many of whom
were enjoying the fine autumn, is
only a ghost of rt town now. Torn to
pieces by water and eaten by fire, the
wet and charred remnants of Its build
ings, believed to "hold the remains of
three hundred or more persons, were
strewn along the valley edge, piled in
rows where the main street business
section was or swept in scattered
masses far down the ravine.
Spectators, many of whom barely
escaped being'victims of the disaster,
and hundreds of persons from sur
rounding towns, looked down from tho
steep hillsides on Austin and Costello
through a veil of fog to see the wreck
age here of some four hundred houses,
a score of business blocks, tluee
churches and several large lumber
mills, and three miles further down
the river at Costello the ruins of
more than fifty buildings. The flood
did not spend its force until it raced
for more than ten miles from the
reservoir. Wharton, still farther on,
suffered somewhat, but is practically
intact. The loss of life at Costello,
where the residents had more warn
ing, is believed to be but three.
The property loss in the valley is
estimated at upwards of $6,000,000.
Rapid Temperature Changes.
Washington. - Rapid temperatuie
changes will be recorded in northern
United States and moderate tempera
tures in the South and on the Pacific J
prdbably attended by frosts in the
"Northwest and Northern states
Erght Child sn Burned to Death.
Indiana, Pa.-Eight children of Mr.
and THITS. "William Dias of Heshbou,
near here, Tanging in age from 13
years to 3 months, were burned to
death when fire destroyed the family
home. The parents, after discover
ing the flames, left the children in
their beds and went to the first floor
where they made an attempt to extin
guish the fire. The blaze spread rap
idly, .however, and they were unable
to rescue the little ones.
America ls Neutral.
Washington.-The American decla
ration cf neutrality in the Italian-Turk
ish war only awaits the Presidenta
formal approval. Without his per
sonal signature the State Department
cannot issue the proclamation, which
however, is expected to be promulgat
ed. The proclamation is ready for is
sue as soon as npproved, Acting Sec
retary of State A dee, having prepared
it at the first intimation of hostilities.
Fowler Gets Cold Feet.
Emigrant Gap, Cal.-Aviator Robert
G. Fowler abandoned his trans-contin*
tal flight because his engine will not
carry him over the Sierras as it will '
not "bite" the thin air. 1
Breaks Down For First Time. I
New Orleans.-Miss Annie Craw* '
ford, charged with murdering her si? I
ter Elise a week ago by administering i
morphine, showed the first break in '?
the self-possession rigidly maintained 1
since her arrest by prolonged out
bursts of weeping. Clinging to tho
iron bars of a window in her ward 1
and with her head bowed on her arm 1
the prisoner was lound by Mrs. Octa- '
via Kennerly, the matron who tried to 1
comfort her. Almost immediately the ^
prisoner would recover her self- pos- 1
The Italians Shell Towns.
Constantinople.-It is officially con
firmed that the Italian squadron has
bombarded Prevesa, but the landing
of Italian forces there is denied. It is
announced from Panina that two Ital
ian warships bombarded the port of
Reschadie and the torpedo boats ly
ing In that harbor, one of which was
damaged and landing its crew. The
Italian ships entered the port and
shelled the town, several houses being
struck. After taking soundings they
left, and later entered port Musto,
taking the captain of the port prisoner.
Enormous Exports of Cotton.
Sr.vannah, Ga.-Recent statements i
that the loreign demand for cotton
was of a mere "hand-to-mouth" char
acter were effectually refuted by the I
enormous foreign exports from Sa van- J
aah. The official reports show that
the day's exports counted to 95,756 jj
bales, of which 34,240 went to Great
Britain, 10,500 to France 46,680 to the
continent and 4,372 coastwise. The ?
foreign exports were 91,384 bales, rep
resenting a calue of over $5,000,000. <
rhis is one of the largest amounts j
3ver experted from any port.
that Oxidine is a
most dependable sys
Most useful in stirring
up lazy livers, sluggish
bowels and kidneys,
weak stomachs. Its ef
fects are quick, safe?,
sure and permanent.
-a bottle proves.
The specific for Malaria, Chills
and Fever and all diseases
due to disorder? of liver,
50c. At Your Druggist?
Til IIH11XI Piro co..
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makes of machines. We are prepared to
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Workmanship first class, prices reason
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we are offering at very ?aw prices, let
us quote you, we can save you money.
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health of middle age is poor.
"The woman," he continued, "who
sends her grumpy mate to my estab
lishment will no longer have to make
the bitter complaint of Mrs. Blank.
" 'My husband, 15 years ago,' said
Mrs. Blank, 'used to kiss me every
time was passed through a tunnel.
"She gave a bitter laugh.
" 'Now,' she said, 'he takes a long
pull at his traveling flask.' "
Wise Uncle Joshua.
"Be you the elevator conductor?"
asked Uncle Joshua, who had strayed
Into town out of the sweet rusticity
of a comic paper.
"Yes, sir," grinned the boy.
"Well, I come ter this village ter
see the high buildin*. Haow high up
d' ye go?"
"To the top-twenty-first floor."
"Take me up to th* 'leventh. Sho!
What's th' use o' riskin' my life an'
goin' all the hull way when the folks
to home 'll never believe I went any
higher than ten stories, no matter
what I tell 'em?"
Can Easily Be Secured.
"Up to 2 years ago," a woman writes,
"I was in the habit of using both tea
and coffee regularly.
"I found that my health was begin
ning to fail, strange nervous attacks
would come suddenly upon me, making
me tremble so excessively that I could
not do my work while they lasted; my
sleep left me and I passed long nights
in restless discomfort I was filled
with a nervous dread as to the future.
"A friend suggested that possibly
tea and coffee were to blame, and I
iecided to give them up, and In cast
ing about for a hot table beverage,
svhich I felt was an absolute necessity,
[ was led by good fortune to try Post
"For more than a year I have used I
lt three times a Jay and expect, so
much good has lt done me, to con
tinue its use during the rest of my
"Soon after beginning the use of r
Postum, I found, to my surprise, that,
Instead of tossing on a sleepless bed
through the long, dreary night, I
ir->pped into a sound, dreamless sleep
thc moment my head touched the pll- ,
"Then I cuddenly realized that all j
ny nervousness had left me, and my j
ippetlte, which had fallen off before, *
lad all at once been restored so t?zt a
I ate m. food with a keen relish.
"All the nervous dread has gone. I 1
valk a mile and a half each way to
ny work every day and enjoy it I J
ind an interest in everything that 1
;oes on about me that makes life a 1
ileasure. All this I owe to leaving off r
ea and coffee and the use of Postum, 1
or I have taken no medicine." Name '
;iven by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
J Ich. I
"There's a reason," and it is ex- c
ilained in the little book, "The Road *
o Wellvllle," In pkgs. 1
Ever rend the above letter? A nen t
>ne appears from time to time. Tho, n
ire (jennine, true, nnd fall ot human
FROM ALL OVER THE STATE
The Latest News of General Interest
to the People of the State of
Columbia. - Columbia's steamboat
tine is certainly advertising the port
Df Georgetown. And the port of
Georgetown is daily growing in im
Cokesbury.-This has been the
driest summer Cokesbury has ever
konwn, but the corn and cotton crops
ire fairly good. Several of the wells
in town have gone dry.
Columbia.-rThe Dorchester Land
company of Dorchester has been com
misiii'.med by the secretary of state,
with a capital stock of $1,000. The
petitioners are I. S. Hutton and R.
L. Weeks. The company proposes to
do a general real estate business.
EJloree.-Three thousand bales of
cotton have been marketed here since
August 15. Notwithstanding the
decline in the price it continues to
be put on the market in large quan
tities. There are tour cotton buyers
Orangeburg.-The ^stockholders . of
the Bank of Cameron have held their
annual meeting and the report of the
president, Fred I Culler, shows that
the bank has prospered during the
past year. It was. decided to enlarge
the capital by Issuing" an additional
$10,000. An eight JCT cent dividend
was declared and a nice sum added
to the surplus fund.
Kingstree.-E. L. Hirsch, a well
known member of the local bar, re
ceived injuries of " an exceedingly
painful and peThapV serious nature
fr6m a kick in the- abdomen by a
mule. He -was passing through a lot
at the Tear of his building on his way
to his office when ia, mule tied there
kicked Trim severely.
/Chester.-The Chester county fair
win take place on October 24, 25, and
26 and preparations are being made
to make the fair the best ever seen
in this county. Secretary Westbrook
of the fair association is busy with
the details and announces that the
outlook is for a successful occasion.
Sumter.-At a meeting of council
a franchise was granted for a gas
plant to Edward L. Rhlea of Balti
more, representing Baltimore capital.
A 1,000 forfeit is to*be posted that
work is to begin within six months
?nd to be completed within a year,
i he maximum rate is to be $1.50 a
thousand, with a cash discount for
payment within ten days.
'.Horry-All the petitions for the
formation of a drainage district at
Gallavant's Ferry in Horry county
ha*?e ;been filed -with the state depart
mtmt "f otrri/irltnro TVlP Rlirvoir ,-.f
i tics, it ls sala, me rams are causing
the staple to become stained also, and
this is where the greater damage
comes in; toT it cuts the value of the
product largely. There is a lot of the
cotton being sold despite the decline
in price, but not as much as was sold
a week aga
Charleston.-The governor's Foot
Guards and the Putnam Phalanx, two
crack companies of Connecticut, have
included Charleston in their tour of
the South. They will visit Charleston
on October ll and will be given a
warm reception. The Foot Guards
(entertained the Washington Light
Infantry in the early seventies, this
being the first armed body to cross
the Mason and Dixon line after the
Columbia.-The legislative commit
tee which was named in 1909 will
meet in Columbia when the plans and
specifications for the enlargement of
the state house will bp considered.
The plans were drawn by A. W. Todd,
a member of the house from Charles
ton county, and call for an expendi
ture of $1,000,000 during the next
three years. To raise this amount
will require a tax of 1 mill for the
next five years. The general assem
bly will receive the report of the com
mittee and make a decision as to
whether the oapitol is to be enlarged.
Columbia.-Complaints continue to
be made from various sections of the
state respecting the mail service,
which is said to be due to th* recent
order of the postofflce department
jutting down the number of railway
mail clerks in the interest of econ
Spartanburg.-When attempts were
being made to arrest John Under
wood, a negro on the charge of
irunkenness, at Switzer, he stated:
'I will rTie and go to h-1 before being ,
irrested." He died; unknown wheth
;r or not latter part of threat was
Chester. - Application has been
nade to the secretary of state for a
?harter for the Farmers' Mercantile
?ompany with a capital of $10,000.
rhe incorporators are all farmers
md the new company is backed by
Chappells.-Born in March, 1815
vhen Thomas Jefferson was pres!
lent of the United States and the
rear of the downfall of Napoleon
Bonaparte as emperor of France
Hrs. Jane Jacobs died at her home
it Jacobs on September 4, at the age
>f 96 years and six months. Death
vas due to old age.
Latta.-The only reason a greater
trnount of cotton has not been sold
s because it cannot be picked. Tl ere
B a scarcity of hands, and it has been
aining most of tjie time for the past
wo weeks. Cottoii is simply rotting
n the fields
Aiken.-The Southern's road Irii
irovement train was received with
mthusiasm here. The grand jury,
i-hich Is now in sestion, attended the
neeting at the passenger depot in a
tody. A live association was formed
branch of the Americas Association
? Highway Improvement, with prom j
tient road men as officers.
HEALTH AS AN INVESTMENT
Fraternal Orders, Labor Unions and
Insurance Companies Erect
As an investment in the health of
their members, four large fraternal
orders, two International labor unions
and one of the largest insurance com
panies in the United States have es
tablished sanatoria for the treatment
of tuberculosis, according to a state
ment issued by the National Associa
tion for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis. The Royal League, the
flret fraternal order to establish a
sanatorium, conducts a hospital for
its tuberculous members at Black
Mountain. The Modern Woodmen of
America conducts one at Colorado
Springs; the Workmen's Circle, one
at Liberty, N. Y., and the Independent
Order of* Foresters have one at Rain
bow Lake, N. Y., and will soon open a
second one at San Fernando, CaL The
International Typographical Union has
since 1898 conducted a sanatorium at
Colorado Springs, and the Interna
tional Printing Pressmen and Assist
ants' Union of America has recently
opened a new institution at Rogers
vine, Tenn. A leading life insurance
company is now erecting a sanator
ium at Mt McGregor, N. Y., which will
be the first of its kind established
by an "old line" insurance company.
"ECZEMA ITCHED SO BADLY
I COULDN'T STAND IT."
"I suffered with eczema on my neck
for about six months, beginning by lit
tle pimples breaking out. I kept
scratching till the blood came. It kept
getting worse, I couldn't sleep nights
any more. It kept itching for about a
month, then I went to a doctor and
got some liquid to take. It seemed
as if I was going to get better. The
itching stopped for about three days,
but when it started again, was even
worse than before. The eczema itched
so badly I couldn't stand it any more.
"I went to a doctor and he gave me
some medicine, but didn't do any good.
We have keen having Cuticura Rem
edies in the house, so I decided to try
them. I had been using Cuticura
Soap, so I ?ot me a box of Cuticura
Ointment, and washed off the affected
part with Cut loora Soap three times a
day, and then jrat the Cuticura Oint
ment on. The first day I put it on, it
relieved me of itching so I could sleep
all that aright lt took about a week,
then I could see the scab come off. I
kept the treatment up for three weeks,
and my eczema was cured.
"My brother got his face barned
with gun-powder, xn? he used Cuticura
Soap anti Ointment. The people all
thought be would have scars, but you
can't see, that ?he ever had his face
Bess-There's one pleasure denied
Tess-What's that? t
Bess^-They can't go bargain hunt
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AN1> lil 1 I.I) UP TUE SYSTEM
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Tho formula ls plaint printed on every bottle,
showing lt ls simply Qulnfno and Iron In a tasteless
form, and tho most effectual form. For grown
peoplo* and children, 60 cento.
When we look back now upon some
of the things we used to worry about,
we wonder what the lunacy commis
sions were doing all that time!
For COLDS and GRIP
Hieles' CAPUDINB is the best remedy-re
lieves the aching- and feverishness-cures the
Cold and restores normal conditions. It's
liquid--effects immediately. 10c., 26c., and 60c.
At drug stores.
As long as there are people In the
world who try to get something for
nothing, a lot of other people will be
able to live without work.
Inflammatory Rheumatism may make
you a cripple for life. Don't wait for
inflammation to set in. When the first
ilieht pains appear, drive the poison out
with Hamlins Wizard Oil.
Pessimism is a method of proclaim
ing personal failure to conform to the
fundamental facts of life!
Dr. Pierce's Golden
This supplies pure blood-by aidinj
and imparting tone to the whole eire
and a great deal more, having an a
kidneys, it helps to eliminate the poi
To enrich the blood and increase
feeding the nerves on rich red blood
tability, take Dr. Pierce's Golden Me
a dishonest dealer to insult your in
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"I was sick for five years," says Mr. J. F. Holcak,
of Collinsville, Okla. "The best doctors treated me,
but they did me no good. One said rheumatism, and
another said nervous troubles. Many a time, when I
bent over, I could not straighten myself up. I was
very bad that way every spring. Sometimes, I could
not even turn over in bed without help. Many a time,
I had io be carried home and could not work.
I could not lift anything, for backache. I took
_?v;vu ??muy ana aoie to work."
This reliable, vegetable remedy has been in suc
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