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. Tobacco Spit and Smftoe YeAr M &MY
To quit tobeceo easUly and forever, be mag
Veti:. Iall ot lIfe, nerve and vigor, take NO-To
lao.the wonder-worker, tbat maies weak me
4tron. All drugists, SOc or M. Cure guaIa
tee. BooWes a1 sample frce. Aadress
SMring Remedy Ca. Chicao or New Ycri
jZo fewer than 2.401 patent; bave PMen
taken out on proces-ses for making suzar and
alt. So. .
Coursing throuah tho v-:i". ' nour
lshes and sustains r." the 'r:in- ::rvsm
muscles and tissv e to ha ly. la.'
Sarsaparidhm:-1 .r.ro.N o
It is th!t be.st en take in
wlater. IL :0D-0*. i i'M mhn
and fortiish v ni>. ;rventing
tolds, fevers, -.cumIa a th
is Arnerica's G rt - iein. Prie .
Pre,.red by C. T, .2 Co.. e- d. M-s.
H 3oodls Piha cr,.r- l~hi.2
A Rainy ray.
It is not until we takeo th- rainfal.
In the bulk that we c-M realize what
a stupendolls ruamity of wafter ishow
ers down in Great Drin and ran
In one year. and even when we harc
the figures before us it is difficult to
realize their magnitude. To say. fer
3nstance, that 9.202.370.00.000 u.rp
feet of rain on an average fall aninual.
3y on the Tnited Kingdom canveys lit
t1c or noth!mg. though It implIes some
thing moist. eud when we further
learn that the weiht of the same
amounts to 253.1*2.500.100 tons, e
cept for a feeling of tha-kfulnest thai
It did not fall on our toes all at oncee.
we are only conscious that it makes a
.ery pretty row of figures. Wi:h the
laudable intention of matinr these iat*
ter figures look small we will merely
iay that the total weight of the rair
that falls in one year cn the British
Isles Is only equal to 1-119 part of thi
weight of one paltry square mile o!
the earth's- surface. f-om the surface
to the center of the earth. When we
nsider that there are 121.000 square
i7les of such surface in the United
Mngdom alone one can understand
what-an infin1tesimal fraction of the
total weight of the British Isles the
annual rainfall would amount to. Why
4,800.000 Forth b:Idges would almos
Gratifying Letters to Mrs. Pink
ham From Happy Women.
"1 owe You Hy Life."
trs. B. Wooz,rssp .
Niils, Neb., writes:
"DA. Ms. Pnuan:-I owe my
lie to your Vegetable Compound. The
doctors said I had consumptio.n and
* 3mothing could be done for me. My
menstruation had stopped and they
said my blood was turning to water. I
bad several doctors. They all said I
couldnotlive. Ibegan the use of Lydia
Z. Pinkhiam's Vegetable Co:mpound,
and it helped me right awny; menses
3eturned and I have gained in weigh t.
Ihavebetter health than I have had for
~ears. Itiswonderfl what your Com-.
~IZdhas done for rc."
"I Feel Like a New Werson."
rsa. Gzo. Laien,
1609 Belle St., Alton, f11.,-writes:
S" Before I began to take your Vege
table Compound I was a great sufferer
from womb trouble. Menses would n
pear two and three times in a month.
es,using me to be so weak I could not
stand. Icouldneither sleep, n->r eat, and
J!ooked, so badly my friends hardly
"I took doctor's medicine but did not
derive much benefit from it. Nyd.g
gist gave me one of your little bol3
ad after reading it I accided to y
Iydia. E. Pinkharnts \'egetable Com
pound. I feel like a new peraoa. I
would not give your Compound for all
the doctors' medicine in the world. I
an not praise it enou ch."
- The Kaiser's Riy3eg T@.
Never again let fonr ers !adz' at
American tourists for rushig throug:h
x'enowned picture U:i n!TM
ing of having "done.Erp."i tn
days! The German laotr r :
prness beat -the band i
with which tiier didi
sninute stopts are r.uad
places, and the Ka,aLe
-'nd the Kaiseriu sir -
then on they pas l
TEAE C FSPG D
1sdent nyt th4rgnai n
siplctyoftbecobuu'.n b as
known toCtheN CFaurocP Fi GSc
Code o only weti to oiaimren po
sl eimp rta of t p oi~ urchalso h
torheue and i : remdy Asti ith
genuinee Syrup of" Fien is at aurced
byon the C A.Ioum Fa Srnr Co.t
Ueonly andowede wof that atil
i m i or.s aneoe pe a by othe
ticsue hhsandiing ofd ths Ca
bONy Fhe CSruceI Co. w ih medi
alistofessin. ar.d th satisetio
which the g;em:ine Syrop (of Figs ha~s
given to millious of familics, make
the name of the Compjany a guernt
-of the excei.lence of its remedy.Iti
far in adv-ance of all other lnxat:ies.
as it a::ts on the kla3nwe. livcr and'
o-esiti:'ut 'rrh-:ti;n:: or-.aen
ing themn. and i zas not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
en-ects, please rememiber the name of
the Company -
CAI&FORN. HG SYRUP CO.
MEZEYTLLE. Er. NEW YORE.?N.
OUR BUDGET OF HUMOR.
LAUGHTER-PROVOKING STORIES FOR
LOVERS ;F' FUN,
rathb-r rsed to Make.TurW-n* Vf,ht
Into Day-The L.J1:-al Idlot-The
'ed of tte ttoment-one Exception
.-Tzo CourEo of True Love, Etc , Etft
:aid a vora : in a !:_-Sa1- .d
" you N :'ro bu IIv& I;,:--r
er. t mi :i P! - . :::-2 i : -
L the wr:a
(2 e - 1 : t : - I
G uS : Zo 0 r
Strikes Me Yo' are rot..3..'Z invery
T:-, Weil-"St:ikes me yozic,
little pea"'ed yozz.self."-JIudge.
r Th"i at oa Drat .
h " er3 is an "r.ic.-o he..ded ': o
War to lvezllook." Ssd -,r3. "TE i :1
sho looke' o-ez, tlienewspap...~a
is an alunie Exfe."
ti re, b n ta :t : .vgica .'
Tst Cur3 Tras L.a-y
I .a ..s: tO are L2!j :azt
3Tsi-~~slie wais, b-.I Cha.; Cis
r1cli aunt, Tvz: ha.l b'en : -e zi-1, is
::etti"- . Well ep ee.
-Tl-e anLai[ en fdo
The Seni.ental on - a-I
asa imiy are no aalals ary
The Litel ikecs:us m o -e
Th Peem oraDrt4
.ar a;ris: nar.shedd .:rom
War to ell o.'" sid M. Tiff aes
.:.aes, an ae. ..2; - iea
Bessie-"I Bough -" : i"nd:
getingwel '.;-m."-. arem Le.
Thc ) . I .itera! n T:cn.
..any smlngLC:::!e co '! an a
Th ie alio--.-"t e:s on
t'iie. ucig to.o.'.Lu: oahd be thr
ikl to be-" "e er there" -rlaao
What' th - atr?s h aL
He- ..o reeo ' i ai )i tut::tt
She--"O, yes I m%mer i
'\e,' owtogos aca .1
Th-, Polcesaa -- ha's ou
-h - sDc--". -oter
- -i. I s. tL-" he
n n Iu u
NO SUNSET ON OUA COUNTRY,
CInS1V'G of Colonies Thls is the Largest
Natiou on Earth Escept Clina.
Like the emnire of Charles V., tho
7nited States is now a land on which
:he sun never sets. Going westward
he difference in iknqitude b0tween
Eastport, Me., and 3anihu is about
'S3 eess. To the dwellcrs'on the
tlantic coast of the 'United Siatcs
Ianila is very near the antipois.
rraveli wgestward frot
verg'e of theo conntry to it- west'a
..im : VlI' iha ) g ;o 3 0-A E-:
a tprt 1e1er it 1'n3!06.
n:amer, ~ ~ ~ ~ 7- a-ai n srn :
qn~ e atn c the
I ' ,,
nite Sia beon ii.t on~ te
na ~ ~ C GL-ny:is ave o:ior so
idel difusedthatt .nO::lne o
y-foui, but, of co 1e1i, ji coulig6nZ3
1head o1 (l 'i:,
Il are, :a o o ~
10 ~ 2 VL
h12 wo1ld C: . :
n s'uedV:::! '.Aft 4'th . '*ir o
limaaider' the. Ce orth 1:n o
02se andTrL n It C p es1:
lomajnofC: or : ei
:ory of Chiarl V., e
:Oloa11l p)o's.-: CIcu i' e':. which.
svero of indefii:: e:*tent an h
my technicaly bhLo0 l S t Spai U,
'or n1o Spacia1d in CLaleAs "i
3ar st^:n anjy mo1.re i"aan a S;nai fr!
neat of the re-on tlia! Spali i'lai-ned
.1 the13 days of 0hales and o. S1s11
Pii I . :e:ceae.-s 1*_ :-_ ro o
1u::sia. in Eurroe. In po:rvi'io the
UniICZ(ats1ec1es every Crsi.
,ation of the globe it co,onial r0.;FeS
sions are omilad, In the case cf th3
Unitel Sate3 the ar-: and po7alaian
I the colonie- ar, co artvvy trif
ing, but in tha' of the olher great
jhristian countries which have been
ientioned the area of the colonies
argely surpass that of the moher
"oDaltry, and in the cask of all of them
1cept Germany they are e:ceded by
heir colonies in population.
Imowrial Americz, which co-nriscs
nora thaa half of the inhabited por
:io- of bne continent, strethes itz
ras across to anaothe he:ui:n':cre.
[ts os:essions c'ot the. word's 'reat
3s ocean and exan1 from the arccio
ircio don to a p.int close Jo the
-utor. Its cooies,from the Alaskan
slands of the north to Hawaii, the
arolines n.l thePhailippines on the
sonthern tier, are distributed withn
Iasy sailing distance of caCh other.
rey cover all climates, from the
-rigid to the torrid. When our new
onquests are occupied the Stars and
3ri-cs will be as familiar a eight on
he islands of the Pacitic as is the
,ion jak -of England. Unlike many
>f the colonies of England and other
ations, the Uned States' new pos
essions will all be productive, de.
~lares the St. Louis Globe-Demoerat.
rhey will add largely to the counnry's
wealth and general resoures. Settlers
mad capital fro:n all parts of the world
will flox into them im:nediate-ly after
:he United States gets them into its
bands. Through the:n the cosntry
cquires a new credit and p' y
lud the advantages of America a ili
ation will be extendedI half-way s
he globe. /
Capioca is extracted from a dcqdly
The giant bees of India build combs
en1 feet in height.
London has one street seventy feet
long, being the shortest street in the
Chinese coinage in the shape of a
knie has been traced back as far as
The preparation of human hair for
the market gives employmrient to 7000
Ther.r is an animal which digs its own
grave ; this is the huonaco, a quadtruped
foni Santa Cruz, W. I.
In 3Iorocco, when the Sultan imar
no *--; e' :: is' e'.pected to con
' L)'.ar~'-. o.ay and Finiand
.o.d.r.ult ha bee obtained fromn
the- employme* . nt or ; omen. as sailors.
There e:Ci sts in the hanmlet ox Dale
'D""y, Enlad an archaelogical curl.
'st i te shp nof0 a church and
.nk have jus;t been introanced
in Brin: to inte the plhee of dlogs,
which hare hitharto dr'awn the light
tr ef the stree':s of that city.
Tcenhoneo co:nmunication has been:
effectl , tweena nber of farms; in
Aualin by means of wire fence, as
has on-; been done on WXetern cattle
ranges in the United States.
On the cover of a prairie wagon
which passed through 3Manhattan,
hau., the other day, was painted this
notice: "Not bound for Missoari. Noi
bnsted. Not going to wife's folks
yast doing this to beat the railroads.'
The otter is the fastest swimaming
uarped known. In the water ii
:chibits an astonishing agility, swim
ming in a nearly horizontal positiox
with fse greatest case, divng an<
da.tig along beneath the surface witi
a speed. eonal if not superior to tna:
o man fishes.
O;;o Woma~n ::t an Auction.
Women, bless 'em, are queer creat
ures. This was demonstrated at at
auction sale in Omaha not long ago,
A beaaiiifaml siiver toilet set was pui
up, and the auctioneer told a hand
one siory atont the value of th<
arties. Hie was eloquent andi per
suasive, and a woman started the bid
at 82. Another woman bid S2.50.
The first bidder loo.red daggers at th<
second bidder and promptly bid $3.
The bidd1~ers seesawed until the bide
reae s& 0. Then the tirst biddel
sho -n a'ry ~!:ance her competi
to andt ,id $12. The aLuctioneel
snie and called, "All (done!
T'le:'. ('llar'i oce, twice, thre2e-e-'
f ,eectw and ta -e cold fe tbem
a hot Foot ith, a bo of hot
i drink, i dose of Ayeri Cherry
0 Pecto- !, andi p t theni to bed3.
~i1'!Ile~ vill be
TiecLnces 'are thiilb
all right i: the mcrnig. Con
tinu he Chrr-: Fe:al a few
days, util all ccgh bas dis
Old coughs are alsi cured;
welmean tne coughs f brdn
chitis, weak throat! ancrritable
lungs. Even the bard coughs
of consumDtion are always
tnade easy e.d frequenlycUred
by the coitinued use of
Every doctor knows that wild
cherry bark is the best remedy
known to medical scicn6 for
soothing ard healing in6amed
throats and langs.
Pat one of
over your Iungv
The Best Medca
We row have some of the Mott il
nent physicians in the United Staes.
Unusual oportimitiei and long exerl.
ence eminently fit ti:em for gvrityou
medic-it adv,ce. Write free-Y a the
particulars in vour caso.
Address, Dr. J. C. AYER
Gerald-If you don't marry mo I
shall go to the dogs. Geraldine-You
won't have to go far. Theres one
waiting for you at the gate.-NeW
Deauty Is Blovd Deep.
Clean blood means a clean ski. No
beauty -ithout it. Cascarets, Candy Cattar.
tic clean your blood and keep it. clean, by
.airring up the lazy liver and driving all im
puritics irom the body. Begin to-day to
:!anish piles, boils, olotches, blackheads,
ir.d that sickly biiious complexion by takin
Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All d.ru
.;ias, satisfaction guaranteed, Ic, 25c,Wc.
Theodore Camp, of Mount Vernon, N. 7.
has been teaching echool for over 62 years.
To Cure A Cold in One Day.
Take La.xative Bromo Qninine Tablets. At
Ornmists refund money if it fails to care. 25c
.Terusalem is now nothing but e shadow C
the magnifleent city of alne6t times. IC il
ahout th ree miles in roky mtW4D
To Ciare ConstitiofF4r
Take Cascarets Candy CtibarLIC
IU '. C. C. fall to cure, druggists ret
A law grantang $500 to every burg
is t be father of twelve hos s has.e
duced in the Trans~vaal Volksraad.
No-To-flee for rirty Cents..O
Gu2.nteed tobacco habit eure. make ..Al
a strng, oiood pure. 60, . All druggiati
A nrw eotton and woolen mill has boo,
etsablish2ed at Pachnoa, Hidalgo, Mexico.
Eduatour BSowela With Csaeats
ICan.!y Catiartie, cure constipation forceie
I.2?e. If C. C.C. fail, dru'ggists reinnd mong
ILondoan sanounierarouni h ie:trieroa!
ness. fter ,irst da.ys umof r i o
'erve Ros-torer.32:1ial ho:.ie anni t:rm t- f i
ln.R.1b.KLm. Ltd.. :1AMchn. t.Pia--1
Pregressive Propic We2: t ind
.:n es or :n ki' et etina1i.:;fc
i:'s lea nh, som eth.u. r- hl to i-i" * 2
ilr:0 b ndAire- Olu: . 9 :,.t i' JnMi
th rn . i l o u w ' i o o t -; n -.:I y r :p i i - r .
We think Pi CureC fr *j'. n p
th:- only ' i. Te ' '1 - '
lDNCNry,s p:::i'. -O -1"
I ':ill serd it:11 lin rua.' :.. 4i. :
:me.stions w'i'i p-rn : ':r-- f : -''''
for lG' et.. i postang -' n- . *:la -a.'
- ddres.~ ror. .ro.& S12- ei ':
Catnarrnh :entsot be" Cured
Withs loe 1 inoplientionfs, C sO the ennot -'ric
the -"eat of th disease~. C, W:rr hi a b 0.
vo,u.Ynt t:e i -t -rn1l remedies. 1 -l'1 Ce
trh' lur -isfken 'int-ra ly an. csr
r et y o A hdbood aud nu''t suf. . lair
Ca-r: .n re i, :. ot ai quack mrli1:c Itw
preecribed b;.-one of tac bes'v p::ca:
this count-rv for years. andl is a euirp
cc-iption. It i comnposed of t .-. bit .on
k-.own. comxb'ned with thn 1~ bes' .jo: pur
fier-=, acti g CCr.o l ou the. ms.- sur. c
-ih per cot c-n:: bi.n.r : -oi-r
i.ncurin- t,trrh. r':n,r. >n. *efri*,.im
I .old byDr ItN&,(~ p i 'i. 75. CiU
H ail' aily lb al r1.- t no =.st.
Spain will find a heap of consol
tion in- that $20,000,000 of got
American money, It is more cai
than shae could have squeezed oi.t
Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philippine
i2 the nexct dozen years, even if &:
had been permitted to retain her so
rignliy over thole ishadis.
Men now living can remember whe
Rowland Hiil effeced the adoptionc
the "penny post" in England, and til
vact progress it marked in human it
tercouse and information. To-day a
stand upon the thr:eshold of a peut
post era, not only throughoat ti
British Empire, but in all the Englisl
speaking world. It wi!! be a timne
mi3hty forward movements towat
that intimate intercourse and symp
thetic mutual knowledge that are tI
essential preinde to the brotherhot
SOUAW MEN MUST MOVE.
DMes Commission at Ardmore Decides
to Eject Them.
The squaw men must go. This pain
ful conclusion has finall- been reached
by the Dawes commission at Ardmorc,
1. T. Indian Agent Wisdom has been
ordered to eject them. From the ot
of view of the squaw men this edict is
hmh. A squaw man, h it under:o-.
Is a white manvho marrie: an In
maiden and CettIcs upon her ropny.
Twenty thousand ol tlem! have ion
just this thing and havc raiad ,0
children, halt Indian and hf : :
men, to rise up and call th'Im . !
The civilized tribcs of Indian to:
re, according to their wealth pcr c -
ita, among the riciheat peopl intl
world. Before the war they t*1 li
gro slaves, and, although the war ircl
them, it wai not unti' recently that
I they could be coerced by Wash!ngton
Into giving them the right to Vo1c. 13
the squaw men could vote. The sqnaw
man Is wise in his generation. Hr
married the Indian girl, got admi teda
to the tube as an Indian and ae
citizenship, with all its privileges, and
so has become a formidable -
in the voting population of the Ik in
tribes. Being a sqia man has -S
i become a regular profession or indas
try in the western states, with a kind
of trades-union or squaw-man associa
tion to proiect their rights. Their
walking dilegates, however, were
caught nappng this time, and a man's
-enemies are they of his owu household.
For it is the Dawes commission and not I
the 12 dians themselves wh wi!! drive
the-m out of this good land, whither
they have gcno to posEess it, and which
they trusted tnat every place whereon
the soles of their feet should tread
should be theirs. The property of the
squaws Is in land and funds held by the
United States. government, and if the
squaw men are to be driven out thpy
will be at a distinct disadvantage as
compared with the squaw men who
come over from Europe and marry
wives in New York and then go back
home with wives. nroper':y and all.
Mrs. Ipeley- hey say your hus
tand is one of the best golf-players in
-his town." Mrs. Wanston-"Oh, yes,
he Is a thorough master of it. Why,
he can actually talk the lanzu:ge in
his stepe."-Chimo News.
1eaoes of the
) WaT with SP&
e thousands of them, are Suf
fe-ing ,Fdom lingeTing dis
eases induced by life in
poisonous southein camps.
the result of chondes of
~Clim&te, or of imperfect
nutTition caused5 by im.
( foo. Sleoingon the geaund
. has doubtfess developed
Theumatism in hund.reds
(who weTe pTedisposed to
the disease. In such cases
the Boys of '98 may take
ence of the
Meyoes of the
i1undreds of the Boys
- o f'63 havie testified tothe
eff Qicacy of Dr. Wilirms'
Pin PlisovPale People
in Tivr-gout malr'a,
Theuma.tism andc~. other
diseases conitraectedi dLui
t and pTvvtioni n the 6Tm'
tncin the world,
ticAsa Rosiiso:n, of Mt. strln, I
Ir:cd in the d Pin?::y1vania Vol
Ccas f,rn:er's bey ari car.tc back brC
:atis. Tis fr3. ti:ne he was
and ei si::Tring w at il tin:cs
~ o ':e :ne permWie:: relief totil d
) c iled to some of th,:: w.otudcr:nd cut
Ifor Irde rere I had uzot take:::
r r-e ei niv y cn-.ltin, and
?1 Ic:. --t rer-tcratier. to I:.ith. T11
fame who raises fruits,
vegetables, berries or
grain, knows by experience
the importance of having a
'large percentage of
in his fertilizers. If the fer
tilizer is too low in Potash the
harvest is sure to be small, and
of inferior quality.
Our book~s tell about the proper fertilizers
for all crops, and we will gladly send them
Sfree to any farmer.
GIERAN KfALI WORKCfS,
8 '-Nassau $ . NewYcic
I ne pe in.e ii-.fu -':sion in St. I'e
tersburg. Ru.ssia, is ti.mt all danger of
a general European war is far from
o eing over. The RussIans are con
vinced that the Fngli.;h are bent on
nightin.g. As for the RtussiasnArmy
- jous to measure themselves with the
I British fordes. Althou.gh the treaty of
alliance between France and Russia
makes no provision for the eventua.li
ty of a wr.r between the English and
French. the unanimous opinion among
IRussians is that the Czar's forces
1 vould, sooner or later, be dragged into
the contest. Thou.gh war has. for the
epresent. been averted. the~ Russians
when they wv'll l- e--mpe'lled to t
,Hate Restorer is a Perfeci
Yc-i bcsin:. is to get cs much as pVssible for
1our hard-earned doIar0. Our business is to sell
di rt to c-nsumers and save them fro:n the large
nrice! of the rctailers. We publish a lithographce
I iatgue which show: ex:ct desi.ns oft arpets,
,tg; ;and Draneric; in hand-painted colo-s. We
,ocrt fr-i,.-rnishlinIn,: free and pay freight.
O=r Big Genera! C=atalogu cCnta1is eVerything
for the house and Furniture for all uscs. it con
tainas many ,rrising bargais similr to this:
ScVd 0 k Desr, witb r', top which Inack all dr wers
An:--ru t-col!y. C, n at-o be furnish-d w.th dravert in
.ca p e vd. It i- 5inch-eone,3O In. A er, rd hs 2
,-- n . A'i h .:blv p,--':.b-d. -: 1-c, 10 .
Do you think we would !ernd a millon dollars
cnnualy7ndivertsingatir catacqgues if tl
sit worth having? They are free--wo
postage. Which do you want? Or both? Ad
JULIUS HINES & SON,
Dept, a10 Baltimore, Md.
nifiV ~ 31Z5 to S Arrer
S NVES GR o*"mak
S E G Ing Cuitivatlon and
T; 'ijnj la y A -t t,iant., o. us. peafj
r - corn. r,eet, or -h m s ed. etc.. by use
of - rIa pl:mes wh - h we can ftrais5.
F,-rtil zur Nistribmt.ng At--mCnt Can
n iy be furna ihed i: d- r- d. A.ents war ted
in everr county. Aj:p y ELarly for Exc'Atx
sive Terriory. 'rite ifor tstin-as
J. U. WLL)INGT;;N & CO.. Charlite, N. C.
Cj-.oF:', 'N C.. A pril 1. IM
.resss...W6 dir.~tcn :.. (m;ineu: Ilhave
been t-sing the Deere Cor P1 te- for foureen e.
and I un:.esit.t;:gY s -y tht it Is or;h Ir, w
Ji silver. I v .w r:tner :u t i - ottfm piatit
cr ia-t m, or.1 ni tier. NU f. - ce.n clt -
mi-r.i --- b tuyin,: one. In rdet. hy will alta a ni.
ta'.- if h doei noit;et oDe. %. 1L C-LDWUL
.R C p FW DCCVRY; ivs
DR- .PSYquic7 re-IfarAricures;worst
cv"s. & nd or bacuk of te:imi,is azid 10 dayar
treatm, n: Free. Dr .- 4.v 4f_Nf. &t. a L.
1.wss eea fte Cii erhvn
:steers. Hte wea:: to the war a riscr
ken in health, a victim of sciatic rhent
t'stted for manual la'oor of any kin?l,
intense. ie says: "Nothmingecmed j
rce veirra a'.o, wh(f n my ait.t,:o ms
es :lcted L-v Dr. *i: !!t.s' P :'u.s
ore tan hiau to:<: wheni I noticd n
I keep on improving steadiiy. To themu
cy are a grar.d remecdy."-.Zt. Sgerng~
d,orn reaeipt of ice,50 ch.er
.in 'co., bo"V, Sc enet tA.Y. -
GOLD AND HONEY IN A TREE
B3oysi Make a 5urpri:ng Dlscovrr on
From2 the Hubolt (Tenn.) Jour
nal: Friday afne:noon when som
*bo.-s who had been to the river bath
ing were returni'g home elong the roa
which lezds to Colonel I. HI.-Dungan
farm they found a bee tree abou
twety feet fro-n the roadside. Thel
first act was to procure an ax and tli
necessary fixtures for capturing th
honeT. When all arrangements wer
corleted they proceeded to cut dow:
the tree. Many were the licks It tool
to f'dl the oak, as it was perhaps abou
four or five feet in dia.meter, and thi
-number of grains running through thi
wood numbered about eighty, whic1
provAd this orne to be about eight;
years old. After the tree had fallel
they quickly light::d some rags, an
Iafter the bees had been smoked ou~
each boy made a rush to obtain hi
share of the honey. They soon fille
a twenty-gallon stand and two or threi
buckets, and as the last comb of hone:
was being taken down they saw soma
shining objet still further down in thi
tree. They set to work with their o:x
and soon a block was cnipped ofr larg;
enough to see the object better, andi
was found to be 't pot or gold, the valut
of which was $2,000. Whee it was aun
how it came to be tlere no one can tel:
but it is supposed to have been pui
there during the war In 1S865.
''"I u.nderstand Mrs. Weed is to marry
again." "Yes. They say she drovt
her late husband to drink." "Well
she Is to marry a prohibitionist, and
dhe expects to secure a vindication."
: nemaing and Restorer. P
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USING PRODUCE A IDISEASED
CONDITION OF THE BRAIN
Which Is Easily Cured at
TEY TIU6L 9 W2rErH ST,
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The Remedy builds up the system.in every
way, removing permanently any desire or de.
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under the care of skilled Institute physi( ian
who Is a veteran graduate of the cure and -ix
years exclusively in KEELT work. Write for
literature. Large mansion. team Heated.
The Only KEELY INSTITUTE in the State.
DSn TO PLEASE ALL.
A N U Z0:4 4, 5-- -
Knab Chickering. Sobmer. Fircher.
nine other reliable makcs to cl,, o m.
Terms and prices In keeping with the tm.
Address - M. A, M OE, - Columbia, S C.
PIANOS AND ORCA-NS,
Contracts Taken to Furiish Co:nplet-: Equp
eFinery in Generai.
H,vin-: been ,tablishe i
f,r 16 Y ar4. I hav r>ilt u my
Ir th.. , erv highes. cILass Of' m:c-.
amin a bett-r rinsition t')r5 -he inte
my cutoweri th-n ever beforz.
V. C. BADH ANJ, C .-. C.
I2: .:in iStr eet.
W H. GIBBES & 00
CHUiBA, S. G
Pi On H _ ti F.P
9A iR1 AiRO 01W0 E
0:-a::s 'rorn a 4 25 CO. E^:nZ^ up.
w.:. Tti t 'I.ns from $1730. 0
:53.:rl ui.v.ar.1. Ar.dress
2 1. 7 A L0'. CEmba I. C.
B::erino is. That is, It is be:ter ta3 re-7
ne': - all ;>u er. ir t-2es- but ter thsa: c.n bet
du :ras good as Batteriae. it sa.'t ::etter. LI
c.u' b.t. nd the butter is as gond only at h
monen 1- comesa :rlm the ohunrn. t-A.osn't 5sta
e . Unt:cr anid B a teri::e remna:n on a i'ory only
for a f e,e ,no.nan:s. Tute ntter begias to deterio
ra:e i:neia ely. The B-ir?erme do.an't.
M v.o -en rnot buy Bo:ernne ?
Jes':r-a-se you are prejudiced. You have been
told tt Bi::er no i-n artiriciaL What dosartfcial
moan: I. mean' a vareyuf tbo-.is ace -r-.: to 40
[er. Imiter1ir.o . manufactuared b,y a Pr.rc.es.
Enatie as manuf acturedL by a precess. Onae is Ju.l
a - at:idcial a' the ot Ler. The elements cipboth are
produ.c d by nature. Bath come fr ma the Ea:a8
Ad these eli:neats are riacIaly IEe.:ca?
That's why but er can't be tneer -l:a:t But:arine.
PeElorn he gola can't be any her or thre p.e0
Cdpl.le CIea: gold. ,. od Is gold. cer.a n elements.
aro the sa.re 'heher n butter or Battedne
whether in the mrilk or the ist o,f acow.
'The c'itee:ce ie:ween Bntterise and the best
butter is meer:ly in the process a: rmndm. T.e
Bu:terine racess is en.ersor aad is a guantttee of
brni 5. per pon.Adatti o
prc w rll sa.d i to yc.u express prepali.
10cbrnckge in I t prits.
:A lb racha;:es in a lb rnil.
40 lb packages (scl.id).
Youa are e:erinp oiner modern masterpieces of.
science; why not this wholesome and er.nna:mcal
on! ' We wa.nt yot to try it.
WVaainaton, in- C.. P. 0- .Hox0A . - ~~
A NTED--Ce of had health that E I-P-A-N-S
'V will ne: :#rn.fit Senid 5 ets. to Riaa:m Amcal
Co.. mw.rk for I tunples and 1oO6 tesimonials.
.aknsand sL.. Ior
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farz, Cty and Village
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~RA~J1' years experience. WITI E US~
WHAT YOU WANT.
3 -eirLOOM!S & NY& AN, TMfiia, Ohio
gri(50,-PEsIAi.0FF -$L 0
I.1 .t..;: e are:aTering a three monLl~th.ial
a. tp for g:t.-Mi ri:u:ar rat-- dh.a-l. if you are niot
r, ny rm- no a'. you O..d serai !.50 fto. secusre tate
ofterjan-:i- vntZeSI-..0 wvhenyua come t..the ihra
iette Commnerciail Uohlege. Cl1ARtL'MTlE 1. C.
GiL IS lIERE ALL ELSFItS.
ae. So;d by drt-::1sts.
.s e'es I Thompserns F,ye'#a.r
W4 TICE. Wyaenyurwritecadvertsae s. kir-d'y
ruen.tIn hi-. p,auer. It wi.i obtain bre:n trcat.
mtent ar:d ins or u-.. '8e. 3.
~Money in Chickens
for 2.c. Sn stampn we senat a lfl
* Is ,Oh5 givmng the experencet
or a practical l'otutry taser-0ot
-ans ama.eur. aUt a man workings
.or iloilars ad ceute--.rurmra N
a yars. -CitCtC.De Lu) JtCoUtc
ndi Cure iesss y'es Lor c;;4
also for i"atteaning: whien Fo'wIs [3
ave for LUreeeing; everytbing~ re
.1utaite ror proritatae you)rrtry rior
tO0. 13H LeonarJ siteet,.se Z e r
46I have been using CASCARETS and an
a mild and effective laxative they are simply nwon
derful. My daughter arid 1 were bcttred upld
sick stomach and our breatn was ve-ry bad-. Al ter
taking a few doses of Cascarets we L.ace imp.n.t i
1 ondcrully. They are a great help in the feimllr.
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