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Beauty I Blood Deen.
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. xegin to-day to
banish pimples, boila, blotches, blackheads.
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug
giats, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c,50c.
Great -Brltain contain. 61.000 women
To Cure a Cold In One flay.
Take Laxative Brcmo Quinine Tablets. All
Bzggists relurd money if 1: fails to cure. 23c.
Tennessee's law prohibiting Sunday shaves
has been declared valid.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
If C. C.C. fail to cure. druggists refund money
The Philippines can supply the world
:ith cocoanuts. So. 15.
Fits permanently cured. No fits ornervous
ress after first any's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. $2trial bottle and treatise free
Di. R.. 1!. Ksr. Ltd..931 Arch St . Piila. Pa
Piso's Cure is t e me icine t. break un
chil.lr u's Coughs a: d Colds.-Mr. 3. G.
Btrt, pra ue. Wa March 8. 194.
" Trust Not to
That which seems hard to
bear may be a great blessing.
Let us take a lesson from the
rough weather of Spring. It
is doing good despite appear
ances. Cleanse the system
thoroughty; rout out a?!
imp.frities from the blocd
with that greatest specific,
- - Instead slee:less ni".ts, with conse
- quent trrit:l'ntss and an undone, tired
-feeling, you will !avo a tone and a bracing
air that will ena!.l-j you to enter into every
day's work with pleasure. 1lemember,
d Hood's never disappoints.
9 -itre-" oitre was so expensive in med
ical attendance that Ilet mine go. It n-d
me a per:ett wreck, ua:iI I took Hocd' Sa:
saparill3, which entirely cured me." Mts
T1o3As Jo Es. ': South St. t:ica, N. Y.
Qunnirg Sore--"rive years ago my
affliction came, a running sore on my le:.
causing me great an.tuish. Hood's Sarsapar
i.la healed t e sor-. which has sever re
turned." MIns. A. W. BapRE- Powell
Street, Lowell, 31as.
Hood-s Pills cure Uve-r ills, the non-irritatingand
the only cathart;e to take w-th H:uod's arsaparilla.
The French ogince: Berller, whose
scheme for tunneling the strait of Ci
braitar has been approved by the Span
ish government, es:imates the length
cf the projected work as twenty-three
kilometers, br abcut fcurteen miles.
and says the g:eater part will have to
be cut in solid ro:k. He looks forward
with great confidence to the co-opera
tion ci the British g3vernment in the
matter. "There is rnot a single Eng
lishman,'' says M. Berlier. "who does
r.ct dream of going by the most direct
line and without scarcel.y putting foot
a'board a ship, from London to Bomn
bay'. * * And when Englishmen
shall fully comprehend that the entire
ougjrney may he made from London to
the English possessions in India in a
little over a week, we shall have their
full '-o-operation in carrying out the
scheme I ntow have in hand.
There are forty-seven Chinese ten
tI'ks in the United States
"I DO MY OWN WORK,"
So Says- Mfrs. Mary Roch.iette of
Linden, Now Jersey, in this
Letter to Mrs.. Pinkam.
" I was bothered with a ilow which
* would be quite annoying at times, and
at others would almost stop.
"I used prescriptions givenl me by my
physician, but the
same state -
cotnue. a -
time I was ,
that I was -,
obliged to -
gave up my doe
tor, and began
taking your medi
eine. and have certainly been greatly
beneated by its use.
"Lyvdia E. Pink-hams Vegetable Com
pound has indeed been a friend to me.
" I am now able to do my own work,
thanks to your wonderful medicine. I
was as near death I believe as I could
be, so weak that my pulse scarcely beat
and my heart had almost givcn ouat. I
could not have stood it one week more.
I am s-cre. I never thought I would
be so grateful to any medicine.
" I shall usc my induence with any
one sugering as I did, to have them
use Lydia E. P'inkham's Vegetable
Every woman that is puzzled about
her condition should secure the sympa
thetic advice of a woman who under
stands. Write to Mrs. Pinkham at
Lynn, Mass.. and tell her your ills.
LG0.'T nE A F-0O,
Try GOOSE GR EASE LINIMENT be
fore ycu say it's nlo 00 !. It's sold under
a GUARANTEE, a d with th.aus na of
znerch atah n<iiing t we ha'e nad ut fe-w
lot e:s r turne-d. I wi I CUhE crouJp
Coughs,. Cords, E~heumnatIbm and all
Aches and P'air:s.
"I have been na!na CASICARETS and as
Samild an-I effeetve ljaaive they are simply won
derful. 31'- daughter and I were bothered with
sick stomach and our bre:-th was very bad. After
Yaking a few do'ses ef Cascarets we have improved
--- o'ace:-fuLy. They are a great help in the family."
- uzr Ri'.t ne St.. Cindinnati, Ohio.
TRADE MARK REOZSTRED
Fleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Good, Niever sicken. Weaken. or Gripe.1Oc.25Ic.50Oc.
sterling Reey enmpny, c~e. MontreaL. New Terk. 25
FOU ? iPPINES.
The Discovery of the Islands by Magellan,
the Great Navigator.
With an expedition splendidly furn
ished by Emperor Charles V., Ma
gellan set sail on August 10, 1519. He
crossed the Atlantic, touched at the
Bay of Rio de Janeiro, made his way
southward, repressed savagely a dan
gerous mutiny, and on October 21 en
tered the strait which bears his name.
On November 28 he passed out of it
with only three of his five vessels left,
and found himself and his rejoicing
crews in the Paciac. He felt that he
had succeeded, but he had miscalcu
lated the vast extent of thenew ocean;
and sailing on for days and days, in
some fashion missed th3 countless isl
ande of the Pacific, and did not see
land until he reached the little group
which he called the Ladrones, be
cause the inhabitants stole a boat from
him. There he lingered a short time,
either at Rota or in the curious har
bor of Guahan. From the Ladrones,
which were discovered March 6, 1521,
the weary voyage was continued until
a new archipelago was reached, on the
fifth Sunday of Lent. Gradually the
magnitude of this new discovery be.
came apparent, and Magellan named
the new group in honor of St. Laza
rue, on whose day it was discovered.
They landed on Mindanao, madetheir
way to Cebu, flattered themselves that
they had converted and subdued the
inhabitants, and then becoming in
volved in a tribal war, Magellan was
killed, and his chosen successor, Ser
rano, was left behind to death and
torture. Two ships escaped, one go
ing east, and one, the Victoria, under
Elcano, which left Timor on February
11, sailing still to the westward. On
September 6, 1-22, after many hard
ships and perils, the Victoria reached
Spain, and a great voyage, the first
which circled the globe, second only
to that of Columbus in conception, and
beyond all in the daring displayed
and the distance traversed, came to an
end.-From "The Spanish-American
War," by Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge,
in Harper's Magazine.
WORDS OF W!SDOM.
To live is not merely to breathe; it
is to act.-Rousseau.
He that is a friend to himself is a
friend to all men.--Seneca.
The flame of anger, bright and
brief, sharpens the barb of love.
Happiness does away with ugliness,
and even makes the beauty of beauty.
Grief is the agony of an instant,
the indulgence of grief the blunder of
Firefles shine only when in motlon.
It is only the active who can hope to
shine.--Rev. V.. F. Crafts.
The imaginaticns of men are in
great measures uder the control of
It is not so much being exempt
from faults as having overcome them
that is an advantage to us.-Pope.
Anger is an expensive luxury, in
which only men of a certain income
can indulge.--George William Curtis.
It is always safs to take it for
granted that, as yourself, so others
are trying to do their best. Short
coming is no sign of shortwilling.
J. F. W. Ware.
Could Not Escape Fate.
Some people's lives strongly em
phasize the assertions of some ~other
people, who call themselve's fatalists.
Such was the tragic ending of the life
of Miss Serena Green, who died in
Philadelphia the other week. Miss
Green at the time of her death was
seventy-six years of age. She was liv
ing alone'in her home and had always
used candles and lamps in preference
to gas, because she had had a preju
dice against it. In fact, there had
never been any gas pipes laid in her
house. The house two doors from
Miss Green's was occupied by her
nephew, and one morning during the
cold snap when the family awakened
their house was filled with the odor of
escaping gas. The .family in the house
between Mr. Alexander and his aunt
were also so annoyed by the gas that
they were obliged to keep their win
dor,s open. Mr. Alexander dressed
and went to his aunt's house to see if
she was troubled in the same way.
Rings at the door bell failed to waken
the old lady, and the neigbors finally
broke in the door. The gas poured
out in such volumes that they were
obliged to wait awhile before entering.
When they did so, they found Miss
Serena calmly sleeping the sleep of
death. The gas in her house came
from a break of a pipe in the rear of
the middle house. It had forced its
way bet-:cen beams and rafter and
found an outlet in the house occupied
by Miss Green.-New York Mail and
Mlicrpbes Set Fire to Hav&tacke.
There have been many theories to
account for the spontaneous combus
tion of haystacks. This phenomenon
is now ascribed to a microbe which
breeds in the close, moist atmosphere
of the hay and causes a fermentation
which generates heat, and finally
ignition. Herr Benesch, who has an
experimental farm at Meirhiof, has
long been making tests of hay under
various conditions of moisture and
pressure. During his experiments he
discovered a method by which farmers
can always be cognizant of the state
of the interior of the stacli. He has
devised a kind of long form, by which
a sample of hay can be drawn from
any part of a stack at any time and
examined, to see whether it is abnorm
ally warm or not.-St. Louis Globe
Paris Loves Strong !Men.
The strong men are more than ever
the rage in Paris. People crowd to
the music halls to see and to applaud
them. The latest arrivals are two
brawny beings called Laurent. of Beau
Caire, and Constant, the butcher.
They have met twice. and neither
could throw the other. At the last
tug.of-war the gladiators wrestled for
an hour and a quarter, and were
covered with blood nt the end of that
time. Laurent then walked off the
stage. saying that he cou'd not go on,
as his strength was spent; e~ the vic
tory remained with the butches, who
was covered with flowers, patted on
the back. and told to prepare to battle
for the belt with Pytlasinshi, the re
dobtab:o Rlusuia3' ?ele.--London
farmer 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 books tell about the proper fertilizers
for ail crops. and we will gladly send them
free to any farmer.
OER.IAN KALI WORKS,
= Nassau $b.. New Yerk.
GUARANTEE OF POSITIONS.
it. it. Fare Fs:d. Actual Business. Free
Tuition toon e of each sax In every county of
your ctate. W1T27E QUCi K to
GA. -ALA. BUS. COLL =GE, Macon,Ga.
.. g ANDCAN"issERI:
A C are makin. $3 to TS
a day. selling our new boo. elas
cencesand Thrli.t storiicS of tha War by
iteturne: Hi.oes," 651 pa1e'. hettily I.
lust ratred. ::eaat si:.:t. Al!l yo btha- to "o 1s t'
h.."w it: :'Vryb,dy buys <.n'. Send t cents fot
_,ent-s .t.tft. or write for tre. I:u_ra:te,. circu!ars.
suc: s gu:arante'r. A. N:ELc:.N, Prblisher.
?pn amorithcan be made selilng PERFUE""t
BuU in "A.t Y a * SE>. Samuk It) cents.
Agents Wanted. M. J. MYE1S. Chete-. Pa.
EnCiand _ oillir c:oionization has
been ably econdi:.y the innate lve
of sport that he,. fas possess. For
oursel-es. in our cwn country, it is un
fortunate that the word "sport" should
hare bre so pros'it,ttcc. thinks the
New York Journal. Its modern signiti
cance is unworthy. To call any one a
"sport" or a 't<erting man" conveys a
certain sen:e of opprobrium. but the
sportsman. as he should be, is as dif
ferent from the " sprt" as day is from
night. Why did Theodore Roosevelt
carry off so large a share of honors in
the Cuban campaign? A hunter of big
game, a man of the plains. one who
had held his own with the professional
"bronclio buster," he went into the
war on the lines that truly sporting
instincts would dlta te. His qualities
of sportsmanship won the college man
and cow-p.m:her. the clubman and
Western sheriff. b:ut there was nothing
in what he said or did that could hav-e
.euded the strictest sense of pro
Priety or rcligion. Now that America
is beginning to fgure as a colonizing
power. what may under other circunt
stances se' -3 a very minor matter in
the scheme c. ' life is of special umo
tnent. Out vard and visible sigzns of
superior mnanlij are~ v parricularly im
ortant to a r o that as"ires to~ iat
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoie Tour Life Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
netic. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Bac, the wonder-w:crler, that makes weak mer
strong. All druggists,5Oc or 51. Cure guaran:
tecd. Ecoklet and sample free. Address
Sterling RC:edy Co., Chicago or New York.
There are only sev'en and one-half milel
of horse railway remaining in Massachu
1Wo-To-Bac for Fifty Cent&.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weal
tnen strong, bood ':-e . 59..1. All druggista
A trolley car line is now being built from
Philadelphia to New York.
Educate Your iSoweis Witnu 'Cascarets.
Car.dy Cathartie, cure constipation forever.
10c 5c. if C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money
The average life of a ship is about twenty
M re. Winslow'sSoothinM yrup for child ren
ietL;ng.reftens the .gumrs, reducing inilama
tic a. allay s pain,cures win-1 colic:23 a bottie.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
With ioc:ti applications, ::s they cannot .each
the seat of the disease. Catar:h is a b ood or
con titutional dise-ise, and in o:-der to cure it
you must take l: t irnil remedies. Hall's Ca
t-rrh Cur.' is takena internally, and acts di
rectly on the blood a ud mnucous surface. Hall's
Caarrih Cure is nout a quack medicine. It was
precribed by one of the bes; physicians in
this country for yeart, and is a regular pre
scrntion. It is c-nmposad of the best tonics
knivr-, combhine:i with the best blood puri
irs, actiag irec-Iy on thet mucous surfaces.
'the m :-eetr c-enbinutth.n of the two ins:red!
entsis whnat Produces such wo:iderful results
in curinr cata rrh. send for test imonials, free.
F. J. Cursr.Y & o.. Pro0ps.. T oedo, 0.
Sold by Drngtt.price. tSic.
Ualj'sFamily Pills ares he best.
Th days of the tail, smoake-belchinag
facto cc5- himneys rare numzbered. ac
cordng aa writer in the Iron Trade
Review. Inn-n<al. thlere.nr'! to he short
t'iks andl blov.-rs. For illstr'ation,
thu exneritnnee of a Euston inanufac
turng Itrm is rehi~teda. Changes; in the
aranae Ln'-nt of the v .orks ne-essitated
theu removlal oi(-f th.. hoi.l&ar lant. bult it
ws~ out of the- gos -n to take the
chiminey alo-nz. IttI staad a fan
bowecr was installed on tnp of the
bilers. and praovidcd with a special
engine to drive it at .iust ther sneed re
nuired. It is automantically rogulated
so that less than one paoundl dropa in
tna? pressure- greatly increases the
draft. starts up the fire, and brings the
pressure hratck to whlere it belongs. Th.
fan worlks bay suetion. nras fte ga'ses
from the bouier ilu'- anl forces thom
out througha a short s:'ncka extending
only~ thirty-o.cne feet nbove the- boiler
ron: ti001r. T[ha: dra tght wich m2ay
b- produced h:I tV wo r threer times
s ronger thani hi- at ofth chimney
1hc as bee aiarded. annd is .iust
as .t.rouLac in all kinds of weather. while
the cost of tihe entire mechtanical
draught equipment, including the
stack, has been less than one-half of
that of a neaw chimneyv. Because of
the stronger draught much cheaper
fuel is burned, the saving being about
L00a year. It is possible with me
chanical draught to use smaller boll
ers and still vrodluce rhe reaquired4
amont of stConL.
Hiegs--What a inzv loafer 3IcDer
mnis:His wile, ou the contrary,
ThE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP Of HGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the C.i.IFoBiA FIG SYRUP
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the C.LIrORZIA FIG STEUP Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the CALI
FOB3IA. FIG SYxuP Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives.
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken.
ing them, ad it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA PIG SYRUP CO.
.A-' FRANCISCO. Cal.
L8nS.VIjE, LW L TOR
N ol-ie dotrdsad
o oldie doctor dicards up
kind of wind and weather, faithful
parilla owes its krat success.T
prescribes any Sarsaparilla prescribe:
of testimonials from doctors all<
safe Sarsaparilla, and the doctors lk
been giving the formula of it to 11
This is 'why
is -the leader of them all," not h
because of 'what we put around t
is in the bottle.
It is the one safe sprin
BestCouh Syup.Tastes Good. Ue
Tour name on a postal card will get you
Catalogue of Sports
7:2 Fages, with Nearly 400 IUustrations.
A. C. SPALWDINC & BROS.,
New York, Chicago. Denver.
M~uch favorable comment Is being
made upon the recommendation of
Secretary L.ong that the vessels to be
added to our naval force in the future
are to be sheathed and coppered. In
this way the ships we send abroad.
can be maintained for an indefinIte
period at sea without the necessity of
searching a doc?kyard at frequent in
tervals. a modern cruiser provided
with a sheathed bottom and coppered
surface can be kept at sea for a whcle
cruise without danger to her safety or
~aoey refuuded by your mi
Using Sprouted Gtain for Seed.
Several experiments were conducted
at the Agricultural College at Guelph.
Conn., by sowing winter wheat which
was unsprouted, slightly sprouted. con
siderably sprouted, and badly sprout
ed, in order to find out the compara
rive value of cach. The results of these
experiments were very similar, and
clearly showed that the sound graiu
was the poorest. The exact record of
one test is as follows: Fifty sound
grains werc planted in one box: fifty
grains which were slightly sprouted
in box two: fifty grains considerablya
sprouted in box thr_e. and fifty grains
badly sprouted in Lox four. In about
two weeks after the grains were plant
ed the orop in bos one showed eighty
per cent. germinat'xl. and the plantsl
an average of threc and a half inches
in height: in box two. sixty-six per.
cent. of the plants germinated and tht
plants nreraged Two and three-quer
ter inches In he.hhT in box three, six
teen per cent. of the seeds germinated
and the plants ave?ged ane and a:
quarter inches in height. The crop
fron the sprouted seed was uneven in,
growth. some of the plants being
much stronger ttha others.
The daily post bag at Mariborough
house. London. too, contairs some ex
traordinary letters. By one post there
arrived the followin:: A request for
a loan of $5.00 to enable student of,
entomology to start for Afria; a peti
tion from a poor old lady to provide a
dowry for her daughttr,-ho was about
to be married; . pressing letter fro:.m
a French inventor of a new diving.;
dress, beggii.g the Frince of Wales to'
don it and dive into the Seine when he
next visited Paris. and a calm reque;t
for money to redeem a workman's.
pddw hecuy inevr
emff.r li uf a1etuy
TR ' I
hemeiine hih antasteless
fdorm.th ...Stld by every
drui-gistand te s malra
asectos of rte United
St watei s..... Noecure,ano
Patfo omernaf ao. Cety.
onus hof nchdsls areain nour
inen bott u trbcord of inetoy hne ateo
Bn st es ht rrsold rithei
als finthtrs mley on u Lanai
ro Quinine inabltst elenso
th dnrus haingth alrithate
Co ecantGipaon 4,f0 doenite
anolie,Y.S EZous. DRUGeb 8 CO9.
oan t rane sarehweaeaig n on t you?
I aI~t do yoII 11111k
of a high-grade, SoUd)
ator for $3.5? ae
will sell1500 for an ad- .
verti,ement,and when .
they are gone that's
all of those S1&)C0 Re- .
frigerators for ~3.05.
Aearly 8000 Bargains
in Furniture, Mat
tings, Ref rigerators,
Baby Carriages and
Household Goods can
Salid Oak ho found In our gen- ..
" r r e r eral catalogue.
-d39 ' O u r Lithographed._
I" ~Catalogue shows Car-.?.
pets. Rugs and Draperies in hand Paint.
ed Colors. Frdfghtpaid. Carpets eewed,
and lined free.
Another catalogue .
tells of Gentlen's -*
"Furnishings, Shoes 'and e
"($5.50 to $14.90), guaran- e
" teed to fit--wce pay ex- -
Spressage. ' .
Bicycles, Organs Pi
anos and Sewing Ma
chines are in another . i'
catao?eue. Why pay - '-'"
ret aprices when you i
lnow of us? Ali Cat- ''
lgue are free. Which thi '
oyol waut? Address f50.00 Organs, *
witirec to,t .;
4JLIUS HINES & SON, Baltimore, Ed. Dept. 310-i
NOE NCE WAONR
AND ANY OTHER WAGON.
NEW FLORENCE has Springs
under and Bolster in front and be
tween the Bolster and Axle behind whic
creates alive weight.akesthe Draftlight
er, sares the Team ..nd prevents 75 per cent.
If hour dealer does no handle this .agon
wri e irect to
FLORENCE WAGON WORKS,
and receive ful information with Cuts
Prices and Testimonials.
It is an easr matter to claim that a
remedy ha s wonderful curative power.
The manufacturers of
leave it to thOse who have been perma
nently and positively cured lf Eeu.
3IATISI to manke clallme. Among those
who have recently written usrvolunta
:y letters eavinz thb ad been cured
are: Rev. J. L. Foste r. lialeiah. N. c.;
Mr.WJ. E. Robinson. Ed itor. Goldborc.
N. C. Daily Argus;Mr.A.Dane.a prom
inent merchant. Macfn .Ma r
Du;e,a railroad man.anss City.Mo.
theumacide Will 'ure 7ton.
Manufcatured by The BOBBITT DRUG CO.
R4 LEIGH. C.
So:4 by rmpg."t;genersl y. Price $1 per bottle
Saw M is!
$129 TO $929.00
With Improved Rope and Belt Feed.
SAWS, FILES and TEETH In Stock.
Engines, Boilers and Machinery
All Einds and Repairs for sa.me. -
Iba.fting, Fulleye, Belting, njectors, Pipes,
I mnto ths iD - it 4 t. b i bet te
sennd hand wheels, good
aDd ecuas ThiInw S3tones0
of terepnis Ameryoanlear. k
sro.ey F r..c ern. " er.ru or addresn o
). . 1en.:: PUye.e O.. hiato, 1a.
in!cTIC Wct he ca ri a derti,in-'
om.t:en thist uy'er al. ob.n bes-t. trat.
en an aorcit u 5I. Agents 3
ofth Spaislh tmriat RWPar
oe. Fo terms1 ad tertor anddreesimls.
). -E- . I.UT E PU . O.,Athant, G:a.
Idca-e ns:al. he kroenr. Oe a door. lrn
ow ~s. T! C i -Cro.u : artic e Concthe a.O n
er Jd p i i nes . -S1
on for6( h c a ait Ch PA
a. e ste smles d1tsnCil
RET-AIa LER I
n fr Malaria, Coh
asol 8btlese s ClTnci
LIQUOR, MORPHINEJ OBAGCI(
USING PRODUCE A DISEASED
CONDITION OF THE BRAIN
Which is Easily Cured at
KEELEY INSTITUTE, C
The Remedy builds up the system in ev
way. removing permanently any desireo
u and for LtQuor or Drug. All vaent
under the cars of skilled institute p
who is a veteran graduate of the cure ans
vears exclusively in l3z,Ywork. Writ.
lIterature. Large mansion. %team-Hea
The Only KEELEY INSTITUTE In the
E sA es
11. fi- I
rr0~ Mill Mucineg.
Contracts Taken to Furaiah e
ROLLER FLOUR MI S,
RICHMOND CITY MILL W KS8
One of the la gest manufacturers c xCox
M ill Machinery in the 'ountry. and
experienced mill wrigbt. I am re t
build mils on the most improved p
at prices tocomplete wi h an oft
trade. We garintee the products ofauz
mills to equal the srades of the best ?stern
mills. Before pla^iag your orders St
me. I als - hand.e complete line of 0
Working iachinerys Saw E*
?nes, Bolces and Corn It1Its d S
chhiner'n 6eneraL s 4Ma
Esving been established in busin hers
for 16 years. I have built up my trad by sell
ing the very h[g set -lass of m"chin ry. and
am in a better position to serve the in rest af
my customers than - . before.
V. C. BADHA1ti, Columbia, Q.
I=s Main Street.
We are State Agents for and Make a
Specialty of Equ!pping Modern Gin g Out.
fits with the Improved
the simplest and best.-BxA
We also control te IMPROVED
FEEDER,the simplest andmost e
Fe- der in existence.
Machinery and Mill Supplies of Mids
at ilianufactruresS Prices.
Now is the time to pla a o -t fors
Threshing Machine. Get the t. s from thus.VHI
tate Agents Liddell Co.,Eagle Co onGlo
W. IL GIBBES & CO., COL BA, 8. C.
L. B. sMI E, AGEv. Mul S. C.
bia, S. C. Free scholarshipso condition -
Ra:lroad fare paid. Cheap boar Po
secured. Notes accepted. E can
partly'oepaid bywokngin the ege Ome.
W . NEWBERRY,~A i.
9 Easiest running, It durable4
safest, cleanest. ; rorld's re
'centuries,. Alway -ready to3
- ie. No$-hing to atnl or~
a soil the ciotiog. -
OoIumbia Chain ModIs K
Ebody the resultsd o'22 years'
eperience in thei application
of the best metho~ds of oycle
Sharifords and ledoltes.
The new Hartforfts havre radi-3
cal Improvement. everywhere.3
Vedettes cannot eualedfor.e
PRICES: Chainlless, $75; o-o4
lumbia Chain, $50; HIartfords,
~$35; Vedettes, $25 and $26.:
Catalogue of an Columbi dealer. or
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
sei. Bock of testimonis and ;0 dave' treatment
re. Dr. E. E. GEEEN'S SoNIsiBox D, Laa+= Ga
~ED WIET TI Nfl Wa ?""
i8l and F'ever,
First Tastele$s Tonic
ever manufact/re.. All
other so-calleid "Taste- -
less" Tonics Are imita
tions.. Ask angt druggist
about this wha is not
. Warrzspo , Tex., Sep. L3, I8IS&
~Ae MEtnICIsm Co., St. LOUIS, Mo. .
Gntl:on :-I write Nou a fe'w lines of rt
ni'e is oe of tho bs ms din~ in heworld
r Chills and Fever. I have three cbtldrena
bat have been d'wn r' th me.larial fever for 18
n ths and have boag' t Chill medicines of all
nds and Dctor's bi minthreel ttle
d it was e r Tastele s Chl Tonic that 4
.I canziet say toc5m, oh in Its behalf.
e.w. . .AOlES D. ROBERTS.
Ou Smaley saa Ust -
A eon ie o aeifale
Saws nd theelbae
Als C. sies -SMMcle