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Veoutg Is Bloo" Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring- up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
bansh pimples, boils, blotches. blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25e,50c.
Only a man of push can propel a wheel
barrow. So. 10
Lvonaa (*a"% "I'iek Leaf"mr,.okine Tobacco
does not make every irmuth as sweet as a rose,
but 6ores "mighty nigh"-dnes give every
one a mostddizttul smoke. Try It
The apirel of the small boy is always a
suit for ouamnge.
Educate Your Bowels With Casearet&
Candy Cathartic. cure constipation foreve.
I%9. 5c. It . , Q fail, druggists retund money.
Sevey .ays make one week-but it often
takes morg6h make one strong.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Broino Quinino Tablets. All
lDruggstsrefund monreyif it fails tocure. 25c.
No man ever has to feel ashamed of the
company he keeps out of.
: Don'tTobaece Spit and Smoke Ter FIf Away.
To quit tobaco easily and forever, be mag
vetio. tull of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To.
Bac. the Wonder-worker, that makes weak men
st-rog. All druggists, 50c or fl. Cure guafan
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remed Co, Chicago or New YorlL
Many a stage-struck person blames it all
on the omnibus driver.
"Spare my child! Spare my child!!" cries
the mother when too late. One box of D R.
NOFF-,TT'S TEETRIN A ('I EETHING Pow
DEa-s, wou'd have saved her darling, and
cos s only 5 cents.
Dr. Moffett -s daily receiving the thanks of
rents whose children have been saved by
.T.VDA (TEETHING POWDERS).
Protect Your ldeais By LettersPatent.
The firm of Vowles & hurns, Patent Attor
npy.:, No. 237 -roadway. N. Y., whose adver
tertisement will appear in our next issue, pro
cure patents either on cash or easy install
ment-. Write for terms. hles negotiated.
And every thought requires an expenditure
of vitality which must be restored by
means ot the blood flowing to the brain
and othor organs. This blood mrust be
pure, rich and nourishing. It is made so
by Hood's Sarsaparilla which is thus the
great strength-giving medicine, the cure
for weak nerves, that tired feeling and all
diseases caused by poor, impure blood.
Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1; six for $5.
Hood's PiUls cure indigestion. 25 cents.
Not a Desirable Tenant.
Young man-I am to be married In
shout a month and I'm looking for a
home. What is the rent of these fiats?
- Janitor-lium! Did the girl you In
tend to marry ever have a mother?
"A mother? Certainly."
"Hem! Let me see. Did that grand
mnother have a <tughter?"
"And did the daughter have a daugh
-Great snakes! Of course." -
"Very sorry, sIr, but I can't rent one
of these fine fiats to people like that.
I m afraid having children runs in the
family"-New York Weekly.
Brother Goodman-A~h, it grIeves ,ne
:o hear of Brother Hunker's death. We
ran ill afford to lose such men. Dea
ton Kinders-It is a great loss, but let
2s take it philosophically. His widow
vill now probably furnish the memo
:ial windowv that we need to complete
ur set.-Clevelan~d Leader.
TKlE ILLS OF WOMPN
And How Mrs. Pinkhama Helps
~Mrs. MARIY BOLLINGER, 1101 Marianna
St., Chicago, Ill., to Mrs. Pinkhami:
"I have been troubled for the past
two years with falling of the womb,
leucorrhoa, pains over my body, sicic
headaches, backache, nervousness and
weakness. I tried doctors a::d v-arimus
remedies without relief. After tak ing
two bottles of your VTegetable Comn
pound, the relicf I obtaincd w-a truly
wonderful. I have now taken several
more bottles of yotur famous medicin
and can say that I am entirel - - red.*
Mrs .NB' oR R, No. .Mi-indley St.,
'cinnati, Ohio, to Mrs. Pinkham:
"For a long time I suffered with
- chronic inflammation of the womb,
pain in abdomen and bearing-down
feeling. Was very nervous at times, and
so weak I was hardly able to do any
thing. Was subject to headaches, also
troubled with leucorrhoea. A fter doc
toring for many months with different
physicians, and getting no relief, 1 had
given up all hope of being well
again when I read of the great good
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comn
pound was doing. I decided immedi
ately to give it a trial. The result was
simply past belief. After taking four
bottles of Vegetable Compound and
using three packages of Sanative Wash
I can say I feel like a new woman. I
deem it my duty to announce the fact
to my fellow sufferers that Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable remedies have
entirely cured mc of all my pains and
suffering. I have her alone to thank
for my recovery, for which I am grate
ful. May hcaven bless her for the
good work she is doing for our sex."
The Great Cities.-The government
>f cities is truly a present-day question.
rhey will conminua to inc(tense5. The
Irift of the multitude is toward them-~
t drift greatly to be deplored.-Rev. II.
3. Swentztel, Episcopalian, Brooklyn,
DO VOU PAYRBIG PROFIT S?h
.1,: y -Wsen eon ., a ch =;.j.hn.- -erar-r:.r.
"of-r,.""m.a.n',hiWt ar:i'e wLen ynn 'fan aos .ag
e t e' ot: a vey &ht :.dvane. We ma' ie i
I -goed buccic -' hu.g~e--NOTriING BUT lC.IE
-thou, a:.'or -hena. n.4 he *hre ..old nearly asl
cha <t~eT l!OWN' TOt.ETI!ER. S-we our a:;ent Zi.U
yortwn or wf~te. You -hal b~e tre.u d right.
ROCK fill~l BUGGY CO., Rock 1iil, S. C.q
W &ANTFD -sae nf hadhealth that -T-P-A \'s
w-iU not lu-n.-f- send 5 ets. to Ripa. s Chemical
Co., New York. for is saupes and 100) esinhonials.
D R O PSYNEWDISWOf;
ecec. Send -or book of tea.timenials and 10 days'
tueatment Free. Dr.Bn.GREEs 5soBS. Atlanta. Ga.
.h -s BOO T IIE W ARbon and smt
- ously illurtrated price : .free to anybody sending
two annual subscriptions a: *1 -ach to) the overland
alonthly, SAN FRtANCIst O. sample Overland, Sc.
Cows in the Warm Weather.
During very warm weather cows
will suffer severely from the attacks of
insects and will consequently be liable
to lessen the yield of milk. This
difficulty is one that has caused much
anxiety to farmers, as it is tedious
and laborious to attempt to prevent
the annoyance by the application of
remedies. Coivs are unable to utilize
the pasture to advantage under such
circumstances, and they are also de
prived of rest. An open shed, pro
tected by mosquito netting will serve
as a retreat, and will not be very ex
pensive compared with the advantages
derived. Should the weather become
'cooler and the barn is protected at the
door and windows with netting, the
cows will be comfortable at night and
rest quietly. If deprived of rest dur
ing both day and night it will result
in a heavy loss of milk. Hoard's
Dairyman says on the subject of fly
protection: The only fly remedy we
have given personal trial was com
pounded from the formula given last
year by Mr. H. S. Matterson, as fol
lows: Train oil, three quarts; crude
petroleum, one quart; carbolic acid,
one ounce. Apply with sponge, and
one application suffices for from five
to seven days. We believe that com
mon axle grease, thinned with a little
kerosene and tinctured with carbolic
acid, as above, would prove effective.
-Farm, Field and Fireside.
Wooud Ashes on the Farm.
As a fertilizer wood ashes stand high,
and every farmer is more or less ac
quainted with them, but I wonder how
many employ them as medicinefor
farm animals. For many years now I
have fed them to stock, and I believe
they have done much toward preserv
ing the invariable good health ef my
swine, horses and cattle. Of course
there may be a difference of opinion
on the subject, and I have never yet
found-a veterinary surgeon who would
recommend wood ashes as a medicine.
Nevertheless experience is sometimes
worth as much as theoretical advice.
My plan is to keep wood ashes,
charcoal and salt mixed together con
stantlyin the pen for the swine. Three
parts of wood ashes to one part salt
will not hurt the swine, and if the
mixture is kept before them all the
time, and fresh water is given to them
freely, they will not eat too much to
injure their health. .1 believe such a
mixture is a good proventive of swine
cholera and similar- diseases. Cer
tainly the beneficial ef'ects are quite
Clean wood ashes is better than al
the condition powders for the farm
horses. In fact, many of the so-called
powders are composed chiefly of salt
and wood ashes, mixed with probably
something else of minor importance.
This ,being the case, I find it much
cheaper and easier to administer the
wood ashes direct. The ashes can be
given to the horses twice a week in
their oats, at a rate of an even tea
spoonful each time. If given carefully
and regularly I believe that no other
medicine will have to be given to
horses that are fairly treated and cared
Every one familiar at all with farm
matters must have observed a certain
habit in many horses and cows to gnaw
wooden posts, trees and similar ob
jects. This craving for something
which they Jlo not get from their daily
food is satisfied when wood ashes are
administered regularly to them. It is
lust as natural for the anidarI~o do.
sire this as it is for us t6iave a cray
ng for acid Mi~taifeen pepper
E. P. , in American Cultivator.~
!A Lo;g Chicken Houise.
~he following is the plan of a chick
en coop I built of logs. In building
the roof that way I sawed lumber and
shingles. I cut all logs exactly the
requiind length. The average size
was about seven inches in diameter. I
A SrBSTANTIAL POULTRY Iora.
did all the work alone, First lay the
sill logs and toenail on the corners,
making tile logs two by four by eight
feet and two by siri yeight feet. Spike
these t-.o together and brace from the
inside so they will be perfectly plumb.
Now start putting up the logs, one side
at a time, or build all sides evenly ss
you go. Drive a spike into your two
by four ani two by six inch sills and
into your togs as fast as you go, so as
to hold them in pflace. You can put a
round leg in the corner 6 inchcs in
diameter and eight feet long. After
the house has been built, spike the
two by four on to this and also the
plate logs. Pccl the logs.-A. L. Lor d,
in American Agriculturist.
Pa3lmis antd Their Culture.
Until within a few years the palmr
was regarded as wholly a florist's
plat.-somethinlg to be rented for
special occasions, guarded with the
utmost care, andl returned with asense
of relief if it met no harm. But pro
gressive florists have dispelled this
illusion, by calling from this great
family such varieties as are best
adapted to amateur culture, and to
endure the vicissitudes that character
ize the average living room. Ambi
tious amateurs have not been slow to
aviil themselves of the tempting
possibilities in store for them, an.
have in their turn practically verified
the statements of florists that thepalm
will stand a great deal of neglect and
wrong treatment before showing any
ba. results; I trust this recital of the
fact will not encourage anyone in care
LessU~aO ofso l~bi A b
rather embolden the fearful to try
their "'Prentice hand" upon at least
one or two fine specimens. The firm,
heavy texture of their foliage enables
them to endure better than almost any
other decorative plant the varying and
high degrees of temperature to which
they are often subjected, and It is
very gratifying to know that the
suecies that thrive best under these
disadvantages are the most .beautiful
of the whole palm family.
Palms are especially adapted to
places withi limited sunshine, proving
a boon to many city dwellers, and will
do well in a strong light without sun
shine. They are often gre-atly injured
by being kept constantly in darkened
halls and in apartments that preclude
the treatment essential to their health.
A daily sponginag o14heir foliage with
tepid water may ''givnby careful
hands without damage to surround
ings, and if they are carried to an
other apartment for an hour of morn
ing saashine, and .thoroughly
showered once or twice a week, they
will remain in. a healthy condition,
with judicious -watering as demanded.
Remember always that 'while limited
and early morning sunshine brightens
and invigorates the palm, strong sun
shine destroys the rich green color.
Vick's Mlagazine .
A Randy Feeding Bina
Economizing of time and 'labor is
not infrequently one' of the great
secrets of suecess. This being the
case, a feeding bin, such as is repre
seatedI in the accompanying illustra
tion, is highly suggestive for a base
ment barn. There are periods of- the
year when the farmer is so rushed
withir rhat he can ill afford to be
stow any attention . elsewhere, and
yet, generally speaking, it is during
these very same periods that the
grain supply in the ordinary feeding
high dgees oftcomperug to n
ciesacht ponvebetm under s
dianawes re te msta besotiful
barn t ll whe panomy.ecnlre
plswith i mit fedisnshne, pr)ongh
abetfoonrnyc dweleehrse andl
cdoes insrangementwihot isun
shie.Theed ae ofltes, tl bjre
hav bing kp cnsal in darened=
mora romlss and i priettht .reclud
thetreaitismnt esm.ia to thehealth.
Ao dilyfereninds oflei foliagoe with
tepd wpt ate may thgen ll tha reu
hanrd ithou dae to eubrond-oo
igs, gai and eaed carrid tno an-i
fothe agn nto anhor ofspecrn
insIntshisneyls a vatoouhl
sowehred onciftwi an valekbl tmey
wilpeain ior atheayear, cndiaetod.
witnd reyicis tr asomethinded.th
any oel moriunsidrin-ew oritn
aninvgoaes thenlm stonsun
shie dtrfoys the cnnae color
heconoizin o te andl ri
cAe fein bina schh is re e- o
rsete inetdb the ompanigilur.a
tionni es conlsgg siefr abse-o
rmn an Tonly armpodstehercl
Th odyear ofhen'shelifee is rused
with ork gsdrn that hecaeilard thae
stow onth tntoer.whr, n
yeheneall penaing, totlay dnuigheg
thene vuer inate poerriodsthtte
grIn youpy in uaryat the riayfeinga
abeou gieris ot con ro~ellten
oether.o Gveluabe ltmer in border of
thirown.r n Ja e~
barnatss ano-we gra n te
picted bewn the palantsgd bno (1)es
tae teon useo ahe onneting rapi
grwth fthe sabbgswll feel pay
baoeth lor, hr h hre n
cTtle racticepoftopb dreasnS
meaydos wth araemneit afuz
harmoingc soul bin more reaeni
igfofthanio This dems.si hot. the
rot from ths n a ndruhb
osseing stoger growth of thess.n
foraitureintekndd ofa theen oll
have thng exeingo: l ecats.ii
anderefo idte o them altoe rcie fo
aburlfed istodiveon t he Then flor
onthe wde randew ofee n unoad alt
from tin fillint hei reandcthee
ns.h come tsh hayaso aust amoeeddt
supeaking fo he eirs can eerted
mgy crims onsi rd ceronwet land
locaibties.risoo_ rd_ oig sto
upl iand Aren not s vlubl
acrin, ut flows fmuecnnbera
the other o grae sortal ,an
11ansni vnehed s cosdefrl hoe
War in its cotictete no'ror nas little
to commend It to civil'zatioh. Obly in
Its abstract phases, when Its butchery
is done and when its beneficent effects
are analyzed, doeai it becoine a fecdiirse
which judgmaht and humanity cad
justify. It.is too early to count great
good against hidecus cost in our con
test with Spain, but at least the future
may be anticipated with reference to
war's reaction on the United States and
its eitizens. The American people have
suffered from an- age of materialism.
To-day, with its-selfish.possibilities and
opportunities, has been worshiped as
never Baal was worshiped. Only a
material present was considered; self
ishness conceded that there was no
future, and in search of a past the
American looked back to the revolu
tion or to the war of 1812. The civil
war, beihg a quarrel between brothers,
could not be a source of true national
pride. Yet always war and its victo
;ios have been the things to which pa
triotism and courage and valor have
poiuted. Then, in the midst of our na
terialism of uninterrupted peace, a
great emergency came, of a nature to
remind every man of his forgotten alle
glance to country. The more menacing
this emergency became the more close
ly did the bonds of the country's cause
draw the people together. Wo can
measure in the present the value to the.
American of the courage which car
ried Roosevelt's rough riders through
the battle at La Quasina? Who can
say that the record of It may not be
imperishable glory to newer genera
tions in happier times? Increase the
American's pride In the heroism of his
people and he becomes a better man
and a better American.
A Tacoma restaurateur has found a
way to keep venison on his bill of fare
all the year round. He buys wild Hud
son Bay sheep from Fort Nisqually and
cooks the meat In,such a way that it
tastes gamy 2nd very much like deer.
A few days ago Game Warden Keihl
meyer swooped down on the restaurant,
got a piece of the meat for evidence,
and had the restaurateur and his wife
o.rrested on a warrant issued by Justice
Smalley. At the hearing the process of
venisonizing mutton *as explained by
the defendants, and the Court, being
satisfied that the State game laws had
not been violated, dismissed the case.
rhe names of the defendants were sup
pressed. Their retauran.t Is thronged
every day by Eastern tourists clamor
ing for "venison," and It would be a
shame to spoil their game, especially as
it is not considered a sin to "do up'
"Hlow did this happen?" asked the
surgeon, as he dressed the wound in
the cheek and applied a soothing poul
tice'to the damagedeye. "Got hit with
a stone," replied, the patient. '"Who
threw it?" "My-*mf wife," was thie
reluctant answer. ."Hum;- It's the first
time I knew a wvoman hit anything she
aimed at," muttered the surgeon. "She
wa~s throwing at the: neighbor's hens,"
exlained the sufferer. "I was behind
~. .. ~ inahfUghLtha
TlfeSyrcusePos say tht agirl
laby wvas recently brought to a clergy
man of the city to be baptized. The
atter asked the-name of the -baby:
"'Dinah :M.,' the father responded.
"But what does the KM' stanid forr
interrogated ~the minister.
"Well, I do not know yet; it all de
pends upon how she turns out."
"How she turns ant? Why, I do Dot
understand- you," said the dominie.
"Oh, if she turns out nice and sweel
and handy about the house, like hei
mother, I shall call her Dinah Ma'y.
But if she has-a fiery temper and dis
plays a bombshell disposition, like
'uine, I shall call her Dinah Might."
Ladies have not got the art of mak
ng-up all to themselves. Th~e silvery
hued mane, tail 6m~l- forelock whict
.etkAdo~50Ilehutifully with the coatt
of dark colr~d horses are pr-oduced
by the use of peroxide of hydrogen. Ii
is stated that a well-known fashion
able New York job master gets in s
five-gallon jar of peroxide of hydro
gen every week.
Town Without Doctors.
A place for physicianis to emigrati
to is the City of IHmah, sonth of Alep
po. Though it contains G0,000 inhabit
ants, among whom diseasues of tN
eye, in particular, are rampant, thern
is not a single physician in the city.
Marvelous Clock in Brussels.
There is a clock in Brussels whici
has never been wound up by human
bands. It is kept going by the wind.
A Soldier's Escape.
From the 1)emocrat-Message, Mit. Sterling,
Whe, Richmond had fallen and the
great commanders bald met beneath the
historic apple tree at Appomattox, the 83d
Pennsylvania Volunteers, prematurely
aged, clad In tat
* : ters and rags, brok
en in body but of
swung into line for
the last "grand re
- view" and then
. ' quietly marched
away to begin life's
- iray anew amid the
- bills and valleys of
the Keystone state.
Among the number
Asa Robinson came
back to the 'oidl
home in Mt. Ster
ling, Ill., back to
the fireside that he
had left at the call
to arms four years
- previous, he went
a w ay a h ap py,
The Soldier's Return- healthy farmer boy
in the first flush of vigorous manheod; he
camne back a ghost of the self that an
swered to President Lincoln's call for
To-day he is an alert, active man and
tells the story of his recovery as follows:
"I was a great sufferer from selatie
rheumatism almost from the time of my
discharge from the army. Most of the
Itime I was unfitted for manual labor of
any kind, and my sufferings were at all
times intense. At times I was bent al
most double, and got around only with
the greatest difficulty. Nothing seemed
to give me perminent relief until three
years ago, when my attention was called
to some of the wonderful cures effected
Iby Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple. 'I had not taken more 1:han balf a
box when I noticed an impi-ovement in my
-jconiion, and I kept on improving stead
ily.. I-.took three boxes of the pills, and
at the end of that time was In better con
diiii1ithan at any time since the close of
y army: service. Since then I have
nver been bothered with rheumatism.
lr. Wili.a ns' Pi:sk Pills for Pale People
I. the only remnedy that ever didl me any
gol, aind to themn I owe my restoration to
eomparative halth. 'They are a gran~d
' and levstesufc _ub
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Prc C.. .peri tottle SdbylDuggistsndmoe.
Hatls Famil thing ls hae anIenntherbst
Theoresyta AreMi oil rinhse. t
coury are run o Stanar te.tkonpo
:Wet offerba.eMillions ofdolleard haoe
ny cae otrof that candote re mbly
ToallsCoAt NT Cr. CFEEPAT
fctl arentoabe a.Te ilus traation
ahow thencay able tocaroffe any toblicco
ions ade by the fi. beoe h
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Aong atarhueickwosen erfl cn
ing detlpo the booad admou sur- d
faceom the systeh. Te Cineasento fred
arie a.c.pr not rfglttle.odbl Daffgis
meall' Famil petts arher entsts
etherTe Aoe Mills norosethng
Here arger toan the bet-nwno-e
o aro ma de. he Illutrtoation
The City by the Seas
The KEELEY INSTITUTE,
N. E. Cor Vanderhorst & Smith Sts.,
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA.
Atlantic Ocean Eprf Bathing, Yatching
Boating and Fisbing. Trolley and Fer4T
Rides 7. 18 and 23 miles, Sullivan Island and
the Isle of Palms, all to be enjoyed whil
under treatment for
Whiskey or Morphine Addition.
Opens Oct. 3rd and will be the only,
Keeley Institute in the State.
AT FACTORY PRICES.
mm Pianos & Organs
C.n be obtained direct from the factory
and freight raid. I represent the builderser
tIc most repiitaole mares of both Pianosa -
Organs. hnace will sava you money. For
terms, prices, etc., address
M, A. NALONE, - Columbia, S. .
PIANOS and ORGANSS
I ask comparison in quality. prices -
No B an~d to: Ms.
M. A. MALONEe
THE BAILEY-LEBBY COs k
AV FS Engines and Boilers,
AULTMAN & TAYLOR ThresherS,
".0,I OW DustIcss Grain Separators,
Gins, Presseg, Corn and Cane Mills,
ENGLEBURG Rice guller and Polisher,
DE LOACH Saw X1
Leather & Rubber Beltng. Tmuing
Packings, pipe, Iron Fittings. In
jectors, Pulleys. Shafting, m"'
Pumps and General Supplies.
CHARLESTON, - S , .
Try our B-L Co. Anti-Friction Babbitt MetaV
if iou need asti mill an *1~Wit
Z.0 before buying elswher.
the most comp e41 of Mills Of any
ite most complei-e teSu
dealer or 1canufactt1e1i
Very highest grade Stones, at ausUal
ly low pricos
Planers, Moulders, Edgerz e
Band Saws, Laths. etc.
ENGINES AND. BOILERS,
TaIlbott and Liddell.
Engleberg BICe HWlier .n stock, quic
delivery, low prices.
V. C. BADHAM
No. 1326 Main S., Colunis, 8. C
O .il DER'gLIVERPILLS.a 'ri
are s) cinblned that they do four thingb'
-et. They act on the Liver.
2nd. They act on the Upper Bowels.
3rd. I hey act an'ijte Lower Bowes
4th. They act upon the Kidneys.
.*do not sicR6 or , ipe. Other
ee 25CentsS ao by' Mal.
The Hioward & Willet Drugi CosaPey*
AUGUSTA. GA. MAKE ' BEM. -
Engines. Boilers. Gins, is~a~m, Harvest.
ing Machinery, Wood-worg Machlnery
saw, Grist and Cane Mills, btonand A
Presses, Ries Huliers. Wnd ad TD
Leather and Rubber Belting, -aZ~a~p
and Pipe Fittings, Shafting L4'leI
Supplies of all kinds..
The Celebrated Eagle i7GttonG3'. h
Improved Murray Ginning sy
Lare Stock. Prompt Shipments.Reib
Goods at Low Puices.
S. C.ge iddluel
THE CAROUINA ACADEFY,~ i
Opens Mlonday. October 3. 3 horough instractioa
in Ancient and 31odern Langusges. Mathemnatissand -:
the English branches. Prieparation for tbe .bm
IL ~ ersity Vitrginia.) Ph D. (ohBk5,
onc Fellow at larsd. student as Berlin.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE!
From the greatest crop ever grown in the
South. 'I hreo varieties: Fulcaster, a bearded
wheat: Red May and White Clausen, bot
smooth or beardless. Wheat is now very free
from cockle seed and broken grain being far
superior to the usual run of seed wheat, We
Will, however, reclean the wheat when de
sire, taking out almost every cockle seed andi
pieces of broken grain as wel an interior -
grain there may be in it. Wheat as it now Is
price $LOO per bushel. recleaned wheat SLIi
per bushel. Thece prices are both on cars ab
Charlotte, including sacks. Each sack con
tains two bushels. 1Eend in your orders at
once if you wish to secure the best seed wheas
on the market. Terms: Cash with order.
Charlotte Oil & Fertilizer Co,
or Fred Oliver, CHIAELOTTE, N. C.
And very LOW PRICES. Large stock. Als
FIFE, VALVES and FITTINGS. EN
GIES, BOILERS, MIILLS and EEPAIES.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co
nbe tclu d d tonr sln e. Rel'9
Send yoraddress and'we wtill express 50 fneltg
fllter cel cigars. When suld, remi t us $2.50ad
we will mail you, free, a handsome stem wind.and
set watch, which retails for 82.50 WINSTObN
IGAR CO0...S>. SJ matu bt.*instn, N.C.
IN ordering goods or-making enquiries of ad
vrtsers it wiul be to your advantage to men
non this pap.S. d4)
o A C 1ER - 25 WANTED NOW. UNION
.i. 'Jeachers' Agencies, Washington, D.C.
with protruding piles brought on by constipa
tion with which I was afflicted for twenty
years. I ran across your CASCARETS in the
town of Newell Ia'. and never found anything
to equal them. To-day I am entirely free from
piles and feel like a new man."
C B. KEiM, 1411 Jones St., Sioux City, Ia.
TRADE MARK RtOISTERKD
ever Slkn eae.o Grie..25,0s.
..CURE CONSTIPATION ..
Itrl1.g Reedy ceinpeuy, chlesse lestres. Sew reek. si
E -TOBAO in" "*