Newspaper Page Text
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK?
There are two ways to tell if you
have weak kidneys. The first is
through pains in the bach. The sec
ond by examining the kidney secre
tions. If you sus
pect your kidneys,
begin using Doan's
Kidney Pills at
C. J. Shumaker,
Church St., Tupelo,
Miss., says: ' "My
back was so sore
and painful I
could not work.
I slept poorly, was
nervous and easily startled. After
doctoring without benefit, I began us
ing Doan's Kidney Pills and was soon
a well man. I cannot recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills too highly."
"When Your Back Is Lame, Re
member the Name-DOAN'S." 50c. a
box at all stores. Foster-Milburn Ca*
Buffalo, N. Y.
CURSORY, AS IT WERE.
The Owl-What do you think of Mr.
'Robin's new home?
The Sparrow-It looks very nice,
but Pre only taken a bird's-eye view
of it. _
To Mend an Umbrella.
To mend an umbrella that tears
loose from the rib at the point, when
you are on the street and needle and
thread are not available, close the um
brella, and bringing the clou; in po
sition, insert a small hairpin in the
hole of tte rib, and wind securely
Tound cloth. This "first aid to the in
jured" is so efficient you will be tempt
ed to leave it permanently.-National
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA
AND DI'ILL) VP THK SYSTEM
Take the O.d Standard GUOVK"S TASTKI KSS
Cliil-L TUNIC. Yon know what 70t: aro taking.
The formula ls p...lr.lv printed on i;Tcr; bottle,
showing lt ls simply Quinine und Iron n a tasteless
fons, and thc most effectual iona. For grown
people and children. 60 cents.
An important industry and one pe
culiar to Spain is the manufacture of
jute and hemp sandals.
Whenever you have a pain think of
Hamlins Wizard Oil. For Headache.
Toothache, Ea.ache. Stomach ache, and
many other painful ailments there is noth
Some men never succeed in putting
their best foot forward because they
are unable to decide which one It Is.
The tirst dose often astonishes the Invalid,
CJviaz elasticity of mind, buoyancy of body,
regalar bowels and solid flesh. Price, 25 eta.
,200miscellaneous new, rebuilt, shop
worn and second-hand typewriters
of a,: makes from $10.00 up.
Easy terms if desired.
J. E. Cray ion St Co., Charlotte, N. C.
' This ia Cyrus C.
Bates, the man who
Joy and Goose
two of the crea test
thinps known to
"Mothers dont fail to get a box of MOTHEK S JOT"
When you refer to pianos, there's
a %"eat 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
Mans facturer of (lie
Artistic Stie?, Shaw, and
Stieff Self-player Pianos
5 Weat Trade Street
Charlotte N. C.
C. H. WILMOTH. Manager
(Mention this paper)
SUING FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
FOR PATENT ROYALTIES AND
OTHER THINGS. ,
ONE CASE IS A BIG LAND SUIT
?Claims Against Government Must Be
Tried In Court of Claims With the
Governments Consent-Cannot be
Sued in Ordinary Court.
Washington-Claims involving mil
lions of dollars and suits against the
Federal government in which claim
ants are trying to secure patent roy
alties and damages of other kinds
a. ait the decision of the United
States court of claims. The most im
portant case approaching decision is
the claim of the Missouri, Kansas &
Texas Railroad to damages of $61,
287,000 for lands which it declares
were originally granted to the rail
road and afterwards granted by the
government to Indiana.
One o? the interesting cases to be
argued before the court of claims is
the demand of Frank G. Farnham of
Honesdale, Pa., for royalties on the
method used by the government in
preparing the stamp book sold at all
nostofflces. Mr. Farnham claims to
?ave invented the method of binding
the books and the government is pay
ing no royalty.
The claim of Capt. John J. Knapp,
JJ. S. N" for patent royalties of $150,
000 for a safety apparatus now used
in battleships to prevent explosions
in the turrets, also has been argued
and is awaiting decision. Still an
other large claim against the govern
ment is that of Purcell Envelope
Company, which claims that a con
tract of the company with the Post
office Department was ignored when
Charles Emory Smith became Post
master General. The company wants
ClaimE brought against the govern
ment must be tried in the court of
claims with the government's consent,
as the United States cannot be sued
in ordinary courts, or against its will.
Beet Sugar Men Are to Fight.
Colorado Springs, Col.-That the
statement of John Arbnckle, New
York sugar refiner and coffee mag
nate, that he will go before Congress
next winter to fight for free sugar, is
the beginning of the first genuine bat
tle between the beet sugar manufac
turers and the cane sugar refiners, is
the declaration of Clarence C. Hamlin,
chairman of the executive committee
of the United States beet sugar indus
try 'u a statement made public here.
Mr. Hamlin stated that while the con
dition of the sugar market this year
has been bad, it would have been "in
finitely worse but for thc 500,000 tons
of beet sugar America produces. "It
is this great industry, the one which
Senator Bristow said was the best
justification for a protective tariff,
that the cane sugar refiners are seek
ing to destroy," he said.
Walsh Has Quit Fighting.
Chicago.-John R. Walsh, former
banker and former head of a score
of railroad and quarry enterprises in
this vicinity, who was paroled from
the Fort Leavenworth Federal prison
after serving part of a term of im
prisonment following conviction of
charges of infraction of national bank
ing laws, has outlined his plans for
the future. The course he has map
ped out does not comprise plans for
another fight for financial promin
One More Victim of Football.
Athens, Ga.-Suffering from a blow
on the head received in a football
game between the scrubs and reserves
F. M. Moise of South Carolina, a stu
dent at the University of Georgia, is
in a local hospital in a serious con
dition. Moise was rendered uncon
scious by the blow and had not re
gained consciousness at last report
Physicians state they are unable to
determine the extent of his Injury.
Madero Officially Nominated.
Mexico City, Mex.-Lacking only the
ceremonies of the inauguration, Fran
cisco L Madero is President of the
republic or Mexico. By a vote of the
electoral college, which waa practi
cally unanimous, he was officially
nominated. Jose Pino Suarex, with
out doubt, will be the vice president,
Sf not already such. Even if he has
failed to get a majority, there is npw
no reasonable doubt that the Chamber
of Deputies will name him as Madero's
lieutenant over Francisco De ha.
Presidential Boom to Be Launched.
Chicago.-Friends of Senator La
Follette became active with the arri
val in this city of delegates from
many states to attend the conference
of the National Republican Progres
sive League. They assert that they
would begin an aggressive movement
to bring about his nomination for
President. No antagonism, they said,
had developed as yet to his nomina
tion and if any of the delegates have
come to Chicago intending to oppose
the pim of LaFollette's friends they
have not announced their intentions.
Have Taken Radical Steps.
Peking.-The Chinese government
has placed severe restrictions on the
telegraph lines, evidently for the pur
pose of preventing communication be
tween the rebels. The telegraph ad
ministration refuses to transmit mes
sages either to or from the provinces
of Hu-Peh, Human, Klag Si, Sze
chuan, Kwei-Chow and Yuan. On this
account, Kankow, where the revlou
tion is at its height, is cut off. It is
not considered possible that the wires
have been cut throughout these six
Made Safe by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Graniteville, Vt -"I was passing
through the Change of Life and Buffered
and other annoying
symptoms, ana I
can truly say that
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound has proved
worth mountains of
gold to me, as it
restored my health
and strength. I
never forget to tell
my friends what
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has done for me
dunng this trying period. Complete
restoration to health means so much
to me that for the sake of other suffer
ing women I am willing to make my
trouble public so you may publish
this letter."-MRS. CHAS. BAECLAY,
K.F.D., Graniteville, Vt.
No other medicine for woman's ills
has received such wide-spread and un
?iua??ed endorsement. Ko other medi
cine we know of has such a record
of cures as has Lydia E. Pinkham's
For more than 80 years lt has been
curing woman's ills such as inflamma
tion, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irreg
ularities, periodic pains and nervous
prostration, and it is uneq tailed for
carrying women' safely th: >ugh the
period of change of lire.
Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mas*.,
invites all sick women to writo
lier for advice. Her advice '-free,
and always helpful.
ACTS LIKE MAGIC.
X J. Patterton, M D-, Manhafl, Ala., upi
"In my practice I have found that Mex
ican Mustang Liniment acta like magic
Ia one case it cured an old lady of a very
serene attack of Rheumatism in the neck
25c.50c.ll ?bottle at Drag AGaa'IStorca
IN THE LIVE BOX.
Willie Rock-Say, Johnnie, I dont
want to play in your yard.
Some Shakespeare Statistics.
A Shakespearean enthusiast with a
turn for statistics has discovered that
the plays contain 106,007 lines and
814,780 yords. "Hamlet" is the long
est play, with 3,930 Inies, and the
"Comedy of Errors" the shortest,
with 1,777 lines. Altogether the plays
contain 1,227 characters, of which 157
are females. The longest part is that
of Hamlet. The part with the longest
word in it is that of Costard in "Love's
Labor Lost," who tells Moth that he
Is "not so long by the head as honori
The Angler's Bait.
A well-known angler at Peterbor
ough having obtained a wasps' nest
containing a large number of grubs,
placed the nest in the kitchen oven
to kill the grubs so that he could use
them for bait.
The next morning he went to get
the grubs, but on opening the oven
door a swarm of wasps flew out. The
oven was not hot enough to kill the
grubs, but was sufficiently wann to
hatch them.-London Daily Mail.
Som? Coffee Facts From the Lone
From a beautiful farm down in Tex
as, where gushing springs unite to
form babbling brooks that wind their
sparkling way through flowery meads,
comes a note of gratitude for delivery
from the coffee habit
"When my baby boy came to me
five years ago, I began to drink
Postum, having a feeling that It would
be better for him and me than the old
kind of drug-laden coffee. I was not
disappointed in it, for it enabled me, a
small, delicate woman, to nurse a
bouncing, healthy baby l-l months.
"I have since continued the use of
Postum for I have grown fond of it,
and have discovered to my joy that it
has entirely relieved me of a bilious
habit which used to prostrate me two
or three times a year, causing much
discomfort to my family and suffering
"My brother-in-law was cured of
chronic constipation by leaving off
coffee and using Postum. He has be
come even more fond of it than he
was of the old coffee.
"In fact, the entire family, from the
latest arrival (a 2-year-old who always
calls for his 'potie' first thing in the
morning), up to the head of the house,
think there is no drink so good or so
wholesome as Postum." Name given
by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a reason"
Ever read the above letterf A new
one nppeara from time to time, TI,.-;
are pnnulnc, true, and fall of human
FROM ALL OVER THE STATE
Some of the Latest Happenings That
Are of Interest to the People of
the Palmetto State.
Lancaster- Mdster Odell Horton,
son of Robert Horton, suffered a
broken arm while cranking an auto
mobile, the machine "kicking" him.
Columbia.-W. F. Stieglitz, council
superintendent of waterworks, sewer
age and city hall and opera house,
submitted his r .oort upon the va
rious departments in his care and
gave an extended report on conditions
Lancaster.-The case of Jim Clark,
a negro, charged with killing a woman
of his own race in the southeastern
part of the county October 15, 1910,
ws found guilty o? carrying concealed
weapons and fined $50. The state
failed to make out a case of murder.
Washington.-Fourth class postmas
ters were anno, meed for South Caro
lina ,?s follows : Long Run, Fairfield
county, J. Gilder Norris, to succeed
M. A. Aiken, resigned; at Windsor,
Aiken County, Annie J. Toole to suc
ceed C. P. Boggott, resigned.
Charleston.-The New England So
ciety of Charleston is already arrang
ing for the due obseravk^^of Fore
fathers' Day, December 22. The prin
cipal address will be made by the Hon.
William Hodges Mann, the eloquent
governor of Virginia. The Old Do
minion's love for the Palmetto state
will find voice from the lips of her
Chester.-Two negroes wanted for
participating in a free-for-all shooting
b?e near Edgemoor some weeks ago,
were rounded up by Constable Henry
Gibson and carried before Magistrate
Reid at Richburg and fined $40 apiece.
The two culprits were Will Johnson
and Will Rawls. Three more negroes
wanted for participation in the sam*
affair are still at large.
Lancaster.-ThR jury in the case of
Julius Caesar Watts, charged with
the killing of C. C. Faile, rendered a
verdict of guilty with recommendation
to mercy which means a life1 sentence.
Watts killed Faile in Flat Creek town
ship, December 24, last. The parties
involved were white and well-to-do
farmers. Sentence has not yet been
Walterboro.-J. Rice Godley resign
ed as a member of the county board
of education. Mr. B. Godley is a grad
uate of C'emson College and has serv
ed acceptably for the past three years.
He will be succeeded by Mr. J. Wil
liams Cajnpell, a graduate of the Clta:
del and one of the best known and
most prominent educators in Colleton
Aiken.-The Baptist church is now
perfecting plans to erect a Sunday
school building adjoining the church
building. The approximate cost will
be $5,000. The building will be mod
ern in; every respect, containing 16
rooms, an auditorium and kitchen. A
committee has been appointed to soli
cit subscriptions for the building and
i* jeting with splendid success.
? Columbia.-Arrangements are be
ing perfected' for the third annual
conference of Charities and Correc
tions in South Carolina. The sessions
w??l be held in Columbia at a place
to be announced within a few days by
the executive committee. The dates
are Thursday and Friday, November
23 and 24. The programme will soon
be ready, and will shortly be publish
ed in full.
Sumter.-At a regular meeting of
city council it was decided to pur
chase a combination motor pumping
engine and hose wagon. The fire de
partment committee was authorizeo
with full power to act to select a
make of pumping engine and hose
wagon and report for ratification at
another meeting. Mayor Jennings
cast the deciding vote in favor of the
combination pumper and hose wagon.
A'xrat $8,500 will be the cost of the
Orangeburg.-Mayor Sain has de
clared his intention to put a stop to
vagrancy and will rigidly enforce the
ordinance. In his instructions to the
grand jury of Orangeburg county last
September Judge J. W. DeVore of
Edgefield, tuen the presiding judge,
laid particular stress upon, the state
vagrant law and pleaded with the
grand jury to see that magistrates,
city authorities and others put a ban
upon vagrants by bringing them to
Columbia.-The city of Columbia re
ceived a check for $29,202, this being
Its share In the dispensary profits for
the quarter ending September 1. The
county and county board of education
will also be sent checks. The total
profits for Richland amounted to $58,
Barnwell.-The cotton caterpillar is
doing much damage in this county.
The young cotton and the top crop
will be damaged greatly, one farmer,
who usually makes 75 bales of cotton
a year, says that the caterpillars
would cause him to lose seven or
eight bales. "
Manning.-A call has been issued
for a meeting at this place of all tbe
merchants, bankers and business4 men
interested in the holding, warehous
ing and financing of the cotton crop
in view of the depressed state of the
market. The meeting will be held in
the court house.
Johnston.-The corner stone of the
monument tb the Confederate dead,
which is being erected by the Mary
Ann Blue chapter, U. D. C.. was laid
with impressive services, the Masoii3
assisting. After the assembling of
the crowd at the place the Masons
circled around the stone.
has been invited, and will attend a
cotton conference, to be held in Ches
ter during the county fair on October
24. It is Bald that much cotton is be
ing held in Chester county for a high
Columbia.-Tho Florida Citrus ex
change has called upon the governor
of South Carolina to cooperate in the
fight against thc shipment o? grce-,
oranges. The matter was referred tc
the state department of agriculture
and the inspectors bf fhe departr.ipp'
have been ordered to seize ali eu*'
MISS SUSAN G ..ASPELL'S DOG
Volta the Original of the Puppies in
Her Story The
Miss Susan Glaspell, the author, has
a dog, which fact ls of more Impor
tance than might at first appear. For
in her new novel, The Visioning, are
introduced two frolicsome puppies
named Pourquoi and N'est-ce-pas. And
there are no two more real characters
In the whole book than Why and Ain't
It, to use their names In English form.
It was Miss Glaspell's own dog, a
Bohemian beast, that inspired the cre
ation of The Vlsioning's twin puppy
clowns. The real dog also has a
French name, Voila. When Its owner
bought it, over in Paris, she wanted at
first to name it .Raspail, both In mem
ory of the boulevard on which she
lived and as a sympathetic cognomen
for a sensitive souled Parisian dog.
But her family objected. They could
not see their way clear to shouting,
"Come Raspail! Raspail! Raspail!" So
Miss Glaspell compromised on Voila.
Voila has vagaries. It is a wan
derer. It is a collie, and a collie, it
evidently thinks, ought to be afield.
Whenever it feels that way, away
Voila goes. Fortunately it wears a
collar with Miss Glaspell's name and
address. She has come to think noth
ing of such a phone message as this:
"Hello! Is dis Miss Glaspell! Veil,
dis is der bartender bel Hans Bum
melransen'8 saloon. No, no, vait! I
didn't got der wrong phone number. 1
choost vant to say I got here your dog.
Viii you come for him?"
Then the author of The Visioning
bas to drop chapter plans and seek
out Herr Bummelransen's place with
sorrow-and a dollar. But were lt not
so there might never have been a
N'est-ce-pas and a Pourquoi.
PIMPLES ON FACE 3 YEARS
"I was troubled with acne for three
long year3. My face was the only part
affected, but lt caused great disfigure
ment, also suffering and loss of sleep.
At first there appeared red, hard
pimples which later contained white
matter. I suffered a great deal caused
by the itching. I was iq a state of
perplexity when walking the streets
or anywhere before the public.
"I used pills and other remedies but
they failed completely. I thought of
giving up when nothing would help,
but something told me to try the Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment. I sent for
a Cuticura Booklet which I read care
fully. Then I bought some Cuticura
Soap and Ointment and by following
the directions I was relieved in a few
days. I used Cuticura Soap for wash
ing my face, and applied the Cuticura
Ointment morning and evening. This
treatment brought marvelous results
so I continued with lt for a few weeks
and was cured completely. I can
'truthfully say that the Cuticura Rem
edies are not only all, but more than
they claim to be." (Signed) G. Bau
mel, 1015 W. 20th Place, Chicago, 111.,
May 28, 1911. Although Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are sold by drug
gists and dealers everywhere, a sam
ple of each, with 32-page book, will
be mailed free on application to
"Cuticura," Dept. 28 K, Boston. ?
A Fly Paradise.
First Housefly-Howdy, old pal?
What sort of a season have you had?
Second Fly-Much the same as
usual. Didn't take any outing this
year. I'm at my old quarters in the
First Fly-Pretty dull, I should say.
I've been In clover. That's right. If
there ever was a fly Eden, I found it.
LlGten. No screens, baldheaded own
er, baldheaded baby, flypaper easy to
eat and three fat women who couldn't
swat an elephant. I'm going back there
He Might Be Offended.
"See that dog, Kathi? It has taken
the first prize at ten shows and ia
valued at a thousand marks."
"I wonder if I dare offer him a tit
of sausage?"-Fliengendo Blaetter.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-conted,
easy to toke as candy, regulate and invigor
ate stomach, liver and bowels. Do not gripe.
It pays to be honest-at least lt pays
No Man is Strong
Than His Ste
? strong man is strong all over. No
v strong who is suffering from weak stoi
consequent indigestion, or from some
of the stomach and its associated orgai
pairs digestion and nutrition. For whei
ii weak or diseased there is a loss of
contained in food, which is the source c
strength. When a man " doesn't feel
when he doesn't bicep well, has an ti
feeling in the stomach after eating, is li
cnt, he is losing the nutrition needed to
Such a maa should ase D
Discovery. It cares disease,
or?ons ot digestion and nutt
invigorates tho liver, streng
the nerves, and so GIVES HI
THE WHOLE BODY.
You can't afford ' to accept a secret
? alcoholic medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSm
may thereby make a little bigger profit.
Brief Extracts From Stroi
Mr.CT. Barksdale. P.M.. at Dandle tor many y
My MIC? wilt red for many year* with urie acid i
. . . Sb* took six bottle? of Milam with thc hap]
I regard bar ?a being entirely relieve J.
Mr. R. L. Wallace, of Charleston. Wert Va., wt
Men a sufferer from Catarrh for twenty years wh
to take Milam. I bought thrae bottles and am 1
fourth. My catarrh is entirely ?one and I hare not
C. H. William?. Salesman for Ouatt-Peabody ti
?ngton. W. Va., ?aye: You can heep your money,
entirely well. Am finishing my lixth bottle of
think after 26 years of < exe ma am cured.
Rev. D. P. Tate, a Mcthodirt Minister, of Da
write?: I took six bottles of your Milam which prov
eulabie benefit to me.
I ASK Y3UR DRUGGIST
Color more goods brighter and faster colors tl- a" ..rt
dye any garment without ripping apart. Wi !.. t
To Farm Out Copper Land?.
A parly of Houghton capitalists have
under consideration the establishment
at a point on the Copper Range rail
road south of Houghton a 600-acre
experimental farm. The lands have al
ready been secured, but are at pres
ent heavily timbered.
Steps will be taken during the com
ing winter to cut the timber and
early next spring the stumps will be
removed and the land made ready for
cultivation. It ls hardly probable that
crops will be planted before 1913, but
the enterprise when established will
prove one of the biggest from an agri
cultural standpoint in the copper coun
For COLDS and GRIP
Hicks' CAPCDIHZ is the best remedy-re
HeTes the aching and feverishness-cures the
Cold and restores normal conditions It's
liquid-effects immediately. 10c., 25c., and 60c.
At drug stores.
Money makes the airship go-and
come down for more gasoline.
Eczema All Over Baby's
"When my baby was four moJ
his face broke out with eczema]
sixteen months of age his face, ha
arms were in a dreadful stat]
eczema spread all over his body,
to put a mask or cloth over his
tie up his hands. , Finally we t
Hood's Sarsaparilla and in a few]
he was entirely cured. Today J
healthy boy." Mrs. Inez Lewis,]
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures blood ]
and builds up the system.
Get it) today in usual liquid
chocolated tablets called So real
-other starches only li ounce*-??ne
"DEFIANCE" 18 SUPERIOR QI
EYE PAINS I
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO.
MILLIONS of FAMILIES
u*in? SYRUP sf FIGS
FOR COLDS AND HEADACHES, INDIGESTION AND fjOUR
STOMACH, GAS AND FERMENTATION, CONSTIPATION AND
BILIOUSNESS. WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS.
NOTE THE NAME
IN THE CIRCLE
ON EVERY PACKAGE OFTHE GENUINE
THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE GENUINE SYRUP
OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS
MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER IMITATIONS. IN ORDER TO
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR
CUSTOMERS. IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH.
OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH, WHEN YOU ASK FOR
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR
ING TO DECEIVE YOU TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE
GENUINE, MANUFACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG
SYRUP CO ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT
THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE AND THAT IT IS MANU.
FACTORED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ONLY
NOTE THE NAME
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN
THE CIRCLE, NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE.OF THE
GENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE RY ALL LEADING
DRUGGISTS REGULAR PRICE 60e PER BOTTLE.
' cammi t? mr
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEM
LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT TS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE ARD EFFECTIVE,
ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS. IT IS EQUALLY
FOR WOMEN AND FOR MEN. YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
W. L. DOUGLAS,
?2.50, ?3.00, ?3.50 & M.0Q SHOES
Men and Women wear WJ-Douglas shoe?
because they are the best shoes produced in
this country for the price. Insist upon hav- |^j^fc^vyjg-,:
lng them. Take no other make.
?THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 30 YEARS Mm
The assurance that goes with ; n estab
lished reputation is your assurance in buying
W. L. Douglas shoes.
If I could take you into my large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and show you how
carefully W.LDouglas shoes are made, you
would then understa:. \ why they are war
ranted to hold their shape, fit better and
wear longer than any other make for the price
PAIITinN Tho R?n"ln" have W. L. Douglas
UHU I lull name and price stain pod on bottom
If yon cannot obtain W. I* Douglas shoes in
?our town, writo for catalog. Shoes gent direct ONE PAIR of my BOYS' 82,9
rora factory to wearer, all chartres prepaid. W.L. 83.00 SHOES will positively on
DOUGLAS, 14S Spark St., Brockton, Mass. TWO l'AIKS of ordinary boys'
Scientifically constructed to give
most light for the oil they burn.
Easy to light., clean and rcwick.
In numerous finishes and styles, .-ach the
best of its kind.
Ask your dealer to show you his line of Rayo L - mps sud
Lanterns, or write for illustrated' booklets direct
to any agency of tbe
Standard Oil Company
man can be
mach with its
u, which im
i the stomach
if all physical
I just right,"
angil id, nervous, irritable and despond*
p. Pierce's Golden Medical
s ot the stomach and other
'.rion. It enriches the blood,
thens the kidneys, nourishes
?3LTH 21SD STRENGTH TO
nostrum as a substitute for this non*
ION, not even though the urgent dealer
Ingredients printed on wrapper.
Come to Florida
Work in a
The climate lt delightful, tbs work lette
citing, the lurroundlngl all that could be
desired. We ofter regular Jo!? to cooa,
.ober meo-young Unoer? preferred
with ?very chance (br adran cement.
Good quarters and meals, pl
reading matter for odd hoon,
fair and square treatment all
around. Ii you waaf to get
out In the world and make
a start ter yourself, acre's
your opportunity - sway
the note* sad "
ticos of the tai; di
For full particulars,
write without delay to
GLEN SAINT MART
Katey St Oca Saint Hary.
' Restores Gray Hair to Natural'
ISLOTES DaJDBlTF SAD scrap
Inrigoratesand prevents thehairfroml
Fer Sale by DraagUta, er Stat Direct by
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, VU
Prie? SI Fer Botllei S aa pl? Betti? Sic Scad far
Our Testimoni?is are From Poop]
Intelligence and High 8tandh
Mr. Green Williams, Ma n a j er Crystal Ic? tad/ Po
Danville. Va., Ex-Chief of Pola.-c, writs** For tbs part _
years, folio-Mina; sa attack of cry rip ?li, my foot and ankle j
flimed for arr eral montos st the tam? tim? every year.
year, when tbs symptoms befan to appear. I took some of ?
M ?lam and waa entirely relieved. No return of tis trouble i
Wr. W. E. Grist*. SVy VTrsns, W?*Wka Eevstoe t
former Cashier Bank of Danville, writes: About ten years I
my tyengbt belar, to fail. ... I consulted several .
itu with no relief anta about two years ago, was ad vi ted.
tn? ?IM could be done, . . conara ted te take Milaav^i
not think it could hurt me. About ?ix wecke noticed inpiorol
meat which bas been rte ?dy ?vcr ataca. . . . Now rcaSjf
newspapers at .-.??ht witk ordinary (laeecs. . . >i0 trouUal
ia attending- to my duties as executive of a large eorporatioa.
6 Bottles $5-BesuH$ Guaranteed]
y other dye.. One 10c package colors all fibers They dye in cold water Dettes than any other dve YorJ
Mix Colors. MONROE DRUG COMPANY, Qu' ^
or free booklet-How to Dye, Bleach and ;