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sing, Mich., the
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rush you, Olds
Watts Corn 5/
Jots of other ite;
your Jife a pleas
ing Machine, B
made of metah
are in the city.
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most brilliant write
says: "richness and freshness c
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and vigor cf circulation. A good
complexion c xphatically comes from
within; only imitations and poor
ones at that can be painted, plas- <
tered or rubbed cn from without.
To look well you must be well.*' If
you want the clean, clear complexion
glowing with the crimson of
pure blood, the bright sparkling eye
and the happy expression that
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Get Your Money Ba
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]Sdgefield Advertiser. [
The following is taken from a re- |>
cent issue of th-er North China Daily
News, and will be of interest to many.
Miss Mary Culler White has immortalised
herself as well as the name of
Mies June Nicholson by her pen, guid
as it was by love and genius: "ine '
Bays of June." "The Days of June" is '
the title of a tastefully bound little '
relume just received from the Methodist
l'ub isr.i: g house. Within Ino
compass of 130 pages, the authoress,
Mary Culler "White, narrates the pathetic,
yet inspiring, life-storv of
Jeanie Hughes Nicholson (lovingly,
called "June") who for nearly five1
L y??rs was a missionary in China 'n i
connection with the W. B. F. M. Site j
was sent to work at the McTyeire
school, Shanghai, of which institution
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tellers, Adams Cor
ler Electric Light
ms that make mon
ure. I can also re\
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Come in and see
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^ci Skin I
nson, considered one of the j
irs on modern therapeutics* ,
)t color are
urity of Blood
ask your druggist about Milam. A
blocd purifier and reconstructive
tonic standing clone and without
competition. If you suspcct any
other preparation of being in its j
class we ask that you read the " 8
labels. The pure food law protects
only those who read the labels. 8 i
No blood remedy should contain
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or $5.00, and
ck if not Benefited
rrous or habit forming
dnts in " ^
i blood -t. ymy
she became in due time the principal.
She greatly endeared herself to the
daughters of the wealthy Chinese, who
are educated there, and great sorrow
was expressed when, after a short, but
strenuous term of service, she was
compelled, through illness, to return
to her home in South Carolina, where
she died about one year after. Of her
it may be said that she being dead yet
speaketh, and it is safe to predict that
this simple record of her life and service
will act as an inspiration to many
into whose hands it may fall. The volume
would make a good present for
the young people.
Our idea of a fool is the man who
himself tries an aerial life preserver
of his own invention.?News and CourNow
is the time to subscribe to
The Herald and News.
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W IOU 1101
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about the Olds
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rom 11-2 to
tgines in New- J
vhat I can fur- j
n Huskers and j
ey for you, and
pair your Sewearly
me while you !
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|| headache, biliousness, in- i| |
I digestion, rfteumatism, m
pimples, blotches, yellow IS
complexion, etc., are all II
signs of poisons in your
blood. These poisons M]
should be driven out, or H
serious illness may result MI
To get rid of them, use
the old, reliable, purely A
vegetable, liver medicine. B
Mrs. J. H. Easier, of w
Spartanburg, S. C., says: I
" I had sick headache, for fl
years. I felt bad most of II
the time, I tried Thed- I!
ford's Black-Draught, and Sr
now I feel better than ||
when I was 16 years old." fl
Your druggist sells it, in V
25 cent packages. J
Incicf an Th?/!fApH'c I
i Kidney and Bladder Troubles and
Nervous Debility Yield Readily
and Quickly to Treatment with
HAGGARD'S SPECIFIC TABLETS
"A SUKU UUKiii"
Bastard Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Gentlemen:?I have used your tablets for indt
; cesticn and have found them to be just what yon
i claim for them. I have tried Several remedies, bal
! did not icet any relief until I tried your tablets,
i I would cheerfully recommend your tablets as >
j gar* cure for indigestion. Yours truly,
S. H. GREEN. M. D.
HAGGARD'S SPECIFIC TABLETS will pal
; you on the road to health, make rich, red blood
feed your wasted tissues and put new life, vinr
I and vijjor into you. Take Hageard's Specific Tab
j iets. Be a man! If you are a woman who is heii
j to the ills of her pex, this remedy will alleviat*
! your guf?eringT3. Try a box at our risk. If it do?
! - ?- ?til 1? _
inot uenunt you* your rnjuc^
refunded* 60c a box.
I Sold -jy
I Win. E. Pelham & Sou, Newberry, >S. C.
A pretty stenographer means an
early marriage.?News and Courier.
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test of our on
there's nolut or,
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Sold $y Reliab
Baltimore Md. Mont^c
Why Do Ships!
In Fair Weather?
I Why Should You
| Carry Insurance? j
Because it is better to have
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' Than to want it and not have
I Moral?Insure with
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BROWN'S Q LITTLE TABLETS
\ Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Heartburn
Gilder & Weeks.
; A severe attack on schoo! principal
Cbas. B. Allen, of Sylvania. Ga., is thus
1 told by liim. "For more than three
years." he writes, "I suffered indescrl
i bable torture from rheumatism, livei
| and stomacn trouble and diseased Kidneys.
All remedies failed till I used,
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up big and strong, could y
profit-making crop come fr
he crop is properly fed.
Few soils known have enough p
ertile when cultivated. Exacting
ipon its fertility.
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Ammonia, rnospnonc Acia an
rom the soil?some crops requirir
.nd less of another. Fertilizers
accurately as a do&or's prescr
elements that are lacking, that tb
] The fertilizers made by us are c
We could cheapen them, and ana
he difference. But we prefer to
n plant foods for the price you pa
eputation our richest asset.
The bountiful yields of cotton?
f i i
)i corn?proaucea oy uiem, art
Write us now for information al
he Interstate Chemical Corporal
vould have them mixed?and the
Interstate Chemical <
i is simple; they ari
Neatest cure and
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le dealers Everywhere
ER GUANO CO A
or o N. C. C olumbia S. C.
J For continued big yieL
! Fertilizers they do not m
GERMOFERT FERTILIZERS are co
i Ammonia and Potash in varying grades. Yet,
no Sulphuric Acid. Thus t
out subtra&ing from its swt
lalf fed child to grow
ou? Nor can a big
om your soil, unless
lant foods to remain i
crops draw heavily
d Potash are drawn
iga great deal of one I
must be mixed as
iption to supply the
e crop takes out.
.lysis would not show !
give you the utmost j
y. For we consider \
-the mammoth y" ^lds \
i winnipg for them
bout the fertilizers of
tion?mixed as you
name of our nearest
CAROLINA ' |
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anc ji ~
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ds apply ?ermofert
iake your land acid.
mplete sources of Phosphoric Acid,
unlike most fertilizers they contain
hey add to your land's yield withietness
is, GERMOFERT FERTILIZERS
jable germicidal properties that tend
healthy plant me.
ds of farmers are raising bigger cropj,
5 their farms by their use.
e big demand for GERMOFERT
we were compelled to build a ner
ee times as large as original factory.
tested brand for every crop. You
v about these fertilizers. Pick up a
, NOW. Write and ask for our
ag what these fertilizers will do for
STON, SOUTH CAROLINA
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