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NEWSPAPER TRAINING'S VALUE.
Now Regarded as a Desirable Part ol
Business Alan's Equipment.
A few years' experience in news
paper work is now regarded as a desir
able part of a business man's equip
Newspaper training gives one a bet
ter insight into human nature than any
other occupation. Moreover, it fur
nishes a liberal education to those who
are engaged in its pursuit, for it deals
with almost every department of hu
The young man employed on any
well established publication, says the
Editor and publisher, learns how to
approach people under adverse circum
stances; how to get the news; how to
write tersely, intelligently and graphi
cally about what ho sees and hears;
how to size up important situations,
and how to get to the bottom of things.
He learns that the only way to suc
ceed is to hustle; that the best way to
promote his own interests and those of
the paper he represents is to be honest
and just in all that he does.
He is in touch with the throbbing life
of the world. He interviews men who
are making history. He listens to the
wise utterances of the greatest teach
ers in science, in sociology, in art, in
politics and in religion. He gets a
broad view of life and learns his own
George E. Robert, in assuming the
presidency of the Commercial National
Bank of Chicago, paid a deserving trib
ute to the work of the newspaper office
as a training for financial responsibility
when he said:
"I obtained my training in newspaper
work. That is the best sort of training
for any kind of work, in my mind.
Newspaper work gives a man more
adaptability; makes him a good judge
of men and gives him the power of
thinking and acting quickly and on his
own initiative. There is no better
training school than a newspaper oflice
for young men.''
There have been many notable illus
trations of Mr. Robert's remarks.
Frank A. Vanderlip, vice president of
the National City Rank of New York,
the largest bank in the United States,
was once a reporter and then financial
editor of the Chicago Tribune.
In the literature of finance the lead
ing authorities of the day, Horace
White and A. D. Noyes, who have
written books which are in almost all
important libraries of the world, are
men of active newspaper experience.
If a young man is to become a clergy
man, a doctor or a lawyer he will find
no better course of preparation than
that to be found in a newspaper office.
Much has been said about the tempta
tions of newspaper life. Perhaps they
are more numerous than those in some
other lines of work. It is certainly no
occupation for mollycoddles or weak
lings. Young men of ability and char
acter need have no fear of journalistic
work. If they cannot go through the
experiences they are bound to meet in
the business and keep themselves
straight they do not have the right
kind of stuff in them to make a success
in any occupation.
Many Sleepless Nights, Owing to a Per
sistent Cough. Relief Found at Last.
"For several winters past my wife
has been troubled with a most persist
ent and disagreeable cough, which in
variably extended over a period of sev
eral weeks and caused her many sleep
less nights," writes Will J, Hayner,
editor of The Rulletin, Hurley, Colo
"Various remedies were tried each
year, with no beneficial results. In
November last the cough again put in
an appearance and my wife, acting on
the suggestion of a friend, purchased a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
The result was indeed marvelous. Af
ter three doses the cough entirely dis
appeared, and has not manifested itself
since. For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
Wood's Seed Catalogue.
We have received T. W. Wood &
Sons' Seed Catalogue for 1908. It is
one of the handsomest and most com
plete of seed catalogues. This cata
logue is particularly valuable in the in
formation that it give* about Southern
.seeds and Southern crops, and should
be in t he hands of all our gardeners and
farmers. It will be mailed free upon
request to T. W. Wood & Sons, Rich
Du.l. on Willis.
Today at Donalds Mr. Lander Willis,
of Gray Court, one of the popular rural
letter carriers of Laurens county, will
bo married to Miss Kittie Dodson, the
accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Dodson, of Donalds.
ROADS OVER R. P. !). ROUTES.
Washington Department Wants Informa
tion About Condition.
Postmaster MeCravy recently re
ceived a circular letter from the gov
ernment with the following questions,
among others, pertaining to roads over
rural free delivery routes leading out
"Miles of public roads? Miles of
private roads? Miles of macadam?
Gravel roads? Earth roads? Sandy
roads? Are road-building materials
readily available? Are roads properly
drained and graded ? Number of un
bridged streams? Indicate from official
description route roads urgently need
ing repairs. What repairs are needed ?
Bridges and culverts needing repairs?
Is road-drag used on earth roads? Are
weeds and underbrush cut from road
side? How are funds provided for
building and repairing roads ?by prop
erty or by labor tax? Amount of money
expended on roads covered by route
since route was established ? Is there
any general movement to secure better
roads? Have farm values increased
since the establishment of the route?
What per cent ? Do road officials give
prompt attention to needed repairs?
Give name and postoffice address of of
ficer in charge of roads on this route.
How many days during the last twelve
months has service on the route been
wholly or partially suspended, owing to
For That Terrible itching.
Eczema, tetter and salt rheum keep
their victims in perpetual torment. The
application of Chamberlain's Salve will
instantly allay this itching, and many
cases have been cured by its use.
For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
She Was Too Literal.
"Every family should keep an ac
count of its expenditures."
"We tried that scheme, but it failed
to give satisfaction."
"Oh, my wife was too literal. Things
I wanted charged as sundries she in
sisted on charging as booze. " -Wash
A weak stomach means weal; stom
ach nerves always. And this is also
true of the heart and kidneVS. It is a
pity that sick ones continue to drug
the stomach or stimulate the heart and
kidneys. The weak nerves, not the or
gans themselves, need this help. This
explains why Dr. Shoop's Restorative
has and is promptly helping so many
sick ones. It goes direct to the causes
of these diseases. Test this vital truth
and see. Palmetto Drug Co.
Schedule of Appointments for 1908.
Waterloo ?First Sunday, 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m.
Mt. Gallagher- Second Sunday, 11 a.
m. and Saturday before at 2 p. m.
Princeton -Third Sunday, 11 a. m.
and Saturday before at p. in. Fourth
Sunday at 7:45 p. m.
Columbia- Fourth Sunday, 11a.m.,
and Saturday before at :l p. m. Sec
ond Sunday, 4 p. m.
Come to the services, and be sure
to shake hands with the pastor before
you leave. G. M. SEXTON,
JPnstor, Princeton, S. C.
Save Money by Buying Chamberlain's
You will pay just as much for a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
for any of the other cough medicines,
but you save money in buying it. The
saving is in what you get, not what you
pay. The suro-to-cure-you quality is in
every bottle of this remedy, and you
get good results when you take it.
Neglected colds often develop serious
conditions, and when you buy a cough
medicine you want to be sure you are
Setting one that will cure your cold,
hamber Iain's Cough Remedy always
cures. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle.
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
TO GET COTTON TAX BACK.
Southern Congressmen Meet to Agree on
Some Form of Action.
Washington, February 12. -An im
portant hearing was held here to-night
by the Congressmen from the South
interested in the passage of one of the
bills now before Congress looking to
the return of $68,000,000 to persons in
the Southern States against whom a
cotton tax was levied during the Civil
At this meeting there were present
the following Representatives: Candler,
of Mississippi; Clark, of Florida; Bell,
of Georgia; Wallace, of Arkansas; Hof
lin, of Alabama; Lamb, of Virginia;
Sims, of Tennessee, and others. Mr.
Legare was to be present as the Repre
sentative from South Carolina, but is
now away in the Northwest.
There is now in the treasury of the
United States practically $68,000,000,
and of this amount South Carolina's
part is approximately $7,000,000. The
names of all the parties against whom
this tax was levied are on file in the
treasury, and there was no necessity
for the matter to go to the Court of
Claims for adjudication, nor will there
be any necessity for those against
whom the tax was levied to employ at
torneys to look after their cases. If
Congress passes the bill, and it is be
lieved that such will be the case, the
mrney will be paid out direct to the
parties or their lawful heirs upon re
ceipt of proper identification.
The meeting was mainly for the pur
pose of agreeing upon some form of
concerted action and to get in shape to
put the bill through at the earliest pos
sible date. The Legislatures of var
ious States will be requested by their
respective Congressmen to have resolu
tions passed as soon as possible request
ing Congress to pass this bill, in order
that these resolutions may find their
way to the Congressional Record and
be printed and aid in a campaign of edu
cation concerning the matter. S^^Sfggg
Representatives Heflin, Bell and
Clark were appointed a committee to
take active charge of the bill now pend
ing, and, if possible, agree upon some
one to be pressed. The outlook is be
lieved to be bright for the passage of
the measure in the near future.
P. H. McG.
Because meats are so tasty they are
consumed in great excess. This leads
to stomach troubles, biliousness and
constipation. Revise your diet, let rea
son and not a pampered appetite con
trol, then take a few doses of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
you will soon be well again. Try it.
For sale by Laurens Orug Co. Samples
New Bank at Fountain Inn.
The Peoples Bank of Fountain Inn,
with a capital of $15,000, opened for
business on yesterday. The officers of
the new bank are Louis Abercrombie,
President; T. J. Hughes, Vice-Presi
dent; J. W. Wham, Cashier. See an
nouncement in another column of to
Stop that tickling cough! Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure will surely stop it. and with
perfect saf?ty. It is so thoroughly
harmless that Dr. Shoop tells mothers
to use nothing else, even with very
young babies. The wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a lung-heal
ing mountainous shrub furnish the
curative properties to Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. It calms the cough and
heals the sensitive bronchial mem
branes. No opium, no chloroform,
nothing harsh used to injure or sup
press. Demand Dr. Shoop's. Take no
other. Palmetto Drug Co.
We don't believe that we have any
names on our list who do not expect to
pay for their paper, but the U. S. pos
tal laws say that it must be done before
Ask Yourself Ihc Question.
Why not use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm when you have rheumatism? We
feel sure that the result will be prompt
and satisfactory. One application re
lieves the pain, and many have been
permanently cured by its use. 25 and
50-cent sizes. Sold by Laurens Drug
The State of South Carolina, County of
Laurens?By O. G. Thompson, Pro
Whereas, B. R. Fuller and C. M. Ful
ler made suit to me to grant them let
ters of administration of the estate and
effects of C. L. Fuller
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said C. L. Fuller, de
ceased, that they be and appear before
me in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Laurens C. IL, S. C, on the 2d day
of March, 1908, next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my band this 17th day of
February, Anno Domini 1908.
O. G. THOMPSON,
The Peoples Bank of Fountain Inn.
We wish to announce that The Peo
ples Bank of Fountain Inn. S. C, Will
open for business on Tuesday, Feb.
18th inst., in the Cannon handsome new
building on corner Main and Depot
streets. This Bank is installed with
the most modern equipments to secure
the safety of all funds entrusted to our
care. We cordially invite the public to
call and inspect our quarters and open
an account with us which we will en
deavor to handle to your entire satis
L. ABERCROMBIE. Pres.
T. J. HUGHES, Vice-Pres.
J. W. WHAM, Cashier.
J WILLIS CHEEK.
i BY W. D. S. |
***** * **\, *********
"I will bet one hundred dollars that
Col. Orr is elected to Congress," was the
exclamation of Willis Cheek at the old
Hickory Tavern muster ground years
"What^ do you base your conclusion
on, Mr. Cheek ?"
"Why, look at the two men! Col.
Orr is shaking hands with the boys
right and left and telling them good
tales, so that they are nearly splitting
their sides with laughter. Maj. Perry,
with his gold spectacles on and with a
gold-headed walking-stick in his hand,
is standing with a squad of the big
bugs around him. That's the way it
will be on election day?the many will
vote for Col. Orr; the bon ton will fol
low Maj. Perry."
Later on in the campaign some one
covered Cheek's bet, and he won when
the election was over. The old man
was a fine judge of human nature.
All that level cotton land that Mahon
and Vance are making such big crops
on was then turned out by him. The
rail fences had rotted down, patches of
blackberry bushes were scattered over
it and pine old field was in possession.
The militia company was drilled on one
Like Philip of old, Mr. Cheek was a
great lover of horses. He had good
ones, and rode everywhere on horse
back. Buggies were scarce in those
days. In coming up from Laurens C.
H. one day his horse ran away with
him and threw the old man against a
stump that stood above the residence
of Captain Albert Dial. He never re
covered from the fall.
Medicine That is Medicine.
"I have suffered a good deal with
malaria and stomach complaints, but I
have now found a remedy that keeps
me well, and that remedy is Electric
Hitters a medicine that is medicine for
stomach and liver troubles and for run
down conditions," says W. C. Kiestler,
of Halliday, Ark. Electric Bitters
purify and enrich the blood, tone up
the nervesand impart vigor and energy
to the weak. Your money will be re
funded if it fails to help you.
For sale by Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
Aubrey de Vere, an Irish poet and
geutreiuan, mentions In his "Recollec
tions" that when ten years old he had
a tutor who constantly Inculcated In
him rectitude, purpose and energy.
The tutor's praise of energy was ex
presset! by tho saying:
"There are threo letters of more
value than nil the rest In the alphabet
?-namely, N It G."
Headed Him Off.
"My wife," began Hicks, "dropped In
to sco mo at the office today and"?
"Sorry, old man," Interrupted Wieks,
"hut my wife held me up before I left
home; I can't lend you "a cent."?Cath
olic Standard and Times.
Hungry nank?I feel sorry fer de
lady wot lives in dat mansion on de
hill. She Is absolutely destitute. Saun
tering Saul?Destitute? Hungry Hank
?Yes. Destitute uy generosity.?Ex
The Whole Show.
Visitor?And what Is the special dis
tinction of this theater? Actor?I.?
A little neglect may breed great mis
A Beautiful Woman.
Her surroundings should be in har
mony, and can best be made so by a
well-kept home. The L. & M. Pure
Paint makes the home beautiful. It
preserves it and prevents decay. The
cost per gallon, ready for use, is only
$1.20. It wears for ten years and
longer. Thirty-three years of continu
ous use is evidence.
L. & M. Paint Agents:
J. II. & M. L. Nash, Laurens.
Clinton Pharmacy, Clinton. 27-2t
Dr. R. E. Hughes is out again, after
being confined at home for .several
days with an acute attack of rheuma
Miss Li I Harris leaves in a few days
for a visit to friends in Columbia, from
whence she will go the first of March
to New York, to enter the training
school for nurses at the Presbyterian
Hospital in that city.
Little Emmie Lou Washington, the
beautiful and winsome little daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Washington,
was very critically ill for several days
last week with pneumonia, but is now
very much better.
Master (Marke Gray, who has more
friends among the grown folks and
more sweethearts among the little girls
than almost any little ooy in town, is
recovering from a very serious attack
of pneumonia. His friends are all very
much interested in him and hope he
will soon be strong and well.
f>00 Ladies' to use
Wm. H. BROWN & BRO'S.
For Sale by
Dodson-Edwards Drug Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Gov. R.B. Glenn
Of North Carolina, Says About
GOWAN'S PNEUMONIA CURE
THE GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY
For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Throat
and Chest Troubles.
iil make it a rule never to recommend
medicines until I have myself tried
them, as there are a great many in
the land that an; perfect shams, hut
having tried your Cure for Colds,
sore throat and other inflammatory
troubles, I have no hesitation in cor
dially recommending it to the public,
for I think it a blessing to the peo
ple?especially the children. 1 have
known of its being used for PNEU
MONIA and throat troubles with marvelous effect. It is with pleasuro that
I give you this testimonial. Anytime in the world that I can say a wordjj
for your Company, I will do so without hesitation or reserve.
For Sale by All Druggists, $1.00, 50c and 25c.
The Auditor's Office will be open
from the 1st day of January to the 20th
day of February, 1908, to make returns
of personal property and real estate,
where any changes have been made
since last return for taxatic n in Lau
For the convenience of the taxpayers
the Auditor or his deputy will attend
the following named places to receive
returns for said year, to wit:
Reno, January 20, from 10 a. m. to
2 p. m.
Clinton, January 21, from 10 a. m. to
Clinton Mills, January 21, trom 5 p.
m. to 8 p. m.
Lydia Mills, January 22, from 9 a. m.
to 12 m.
Mountville, January 23, from 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m.
Cross Hill, January 24, from 10 a. m.
to 2 p. m.
Waterloo, January 27, from 10 a. m.
to 2 p. m.
Dr. W. C. Thompson's, January 28,
from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Martin's Store, January 29, from 9 a.
m. to 12 in.
Brewerton, January 29, from 1 p. m.
to 4 p. m.
Sharpe's Store, January 30, from 9
a. m. to 12 m.
Princeton, January 30, from 1 p. m.
to 4 p. m.
Tumbling Shoals, January 31, from
10 a. to 2 p. in.
D. D. Harris', February 3, from 10
a. m. to 2 p. m.
Abner Babb, February 4, from 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m.
V. A. White, February 5, from 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m.
Cook's Store, February G, from 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m.
Stewart's Store, February. 7, from
10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Young's, Feoruary 8, from 10 a. m.
to 12 m.
Pleasant Mound, February 8, 2 p. m.
to 4 p. m.
Lanford, February 10, from 9 a. m.
to 12 m.
Ora, February 10, from 2 p. m. to 4
Watts Mill, February 11, from 2 p.
m. to 8 p. m.
All male citizens between the ages of
21 and 60 years on the 1st of January,
except those who are incapable of earn
ing a support from being maimed or
from otner causes, are deemed polls,
Confederate veterans excepted.
All taxpayers arc required to give
Townships and No. of School District:
also state whether property is situated
in town or country.
After the 20th of February 50 per
cent, penalty will be attached for fail
ure to make returns.
C. A. POWER, Auditor.
Dec. 11, 1907. 19tf
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There are several advantages which mark Buck's stoves and ranges as
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A steel range?to be rightly built?requires a thick inler-lining of as- AHB
bestos?a non-conductor of heat?to keep the heat?where it should be kept? fro
?^ inside of the stove. Sff
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with extra heavy mill-board asbestos?securely held in place by a heavy cast- frfo
iron grating or by bolts and washers. ?^
The insulatiug asbestos at the bottom of the even fine?here shown?
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8There are many other distinctive advantages in Buck's stoves and ranges.
Let us tell von about them today. Taj?
CROSS HILL NEWS LETTER.
School Auditorium Furnished. Death of
a Little Qirl.
Cross Hill, Feb. 17.-At about 8
o'clock Sunday evening, Feb. 9, little
Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Withcrspoon, died at the borne of
Mr. Gains, brother of Mrs. Wither
spoon, at Westminster, S. C, and was
buried at that place Monday p. m. at 6
o'clock. Little Margaret was only 1
year and 2 weeks old, but God saw fit
to take and transplant this little blos
som to a more suitable place to expand
into greater beauty and glory, free
from the evils and temptations of this
lower world. < iod is as the gardener.
He sometimes, for special reasons, se
lects the fairest and most promising for
transplantation. He has taken the
child you so loved to immortal life and
blessedness, and consider, dear parents,
that your loss is her eternal gain and
learn to say in the spirit of Job, "The
Lord gave and the Lord hath taken
away; blessed be the name of the
Lord." Little Margaret was loved and
petted by all who knew her and was
unusually bright for her age. The be
reaved parents have the heartfelt sym
pathy of the entire community.
Miss Bettie Hill and little Miss Jennie
Claton Goddard are visiting relatives in
Miss Hagood, of Greenwood, will be
gin a class in instrumental music here
Miss Lyda Rudd will open up a first
class line of millinery at the Miller Co.
store. She is in Atlanta making pur
chases and will have up-to-date goods
and latest styles. She has had several
years' experience with * Earnest L.
Dr. J. M. Owens has been quite sick.
He is able to be out again.
Mr. R. A. Austin had a fine cow lb
die last week.
The trustees have furnished the au
ditorium at the school building with
splendid seats and other furniture.
Mrs. Henry Coleman has been quite
ill for several days.
Mr. Henry Miller was over from
Whitmires visiting home folks yester
Mr. J. Q. Walker, trial justice, is
quite ill. Mrs. Walker, his wife, is
also seriously ill. They are in a help
less condition. The neighbors are tak
ing care of them.
Don't forgot Fred Emerson Brooks
Thursday evening, the 20th.
In nine out of ten cases yonr Infant
prodigy Is a musician. Among paint
ers tho prodigy of prodigies was Sir
Tlioinas Lawrence. One of his earliest;
pictures, It Is said, w as produced In i
1775, quite early enough, for the love i
ly cheruh who painted It was then six
years old. He was getting on In life,
tottering on tho verge of twelve, when
tho quality crowned his studio at
Bath. Tho fates were kind to the In
fant prodigy when they made his fa
ther landlord of tho Black Hull, De
vizes, the Inn where fashlonablo men
and women called for rest and refresh
ment on their waj' to tho waters. At
the Black Bull the prodigy made his
first acqualutance with the great world
which flattered him In nfter life and
which he flattered on canvas. ? St.
Every good oct Is charity. Giving
wator to tho thirsty is charity. Ro
movl kg stones and thorns from tho
road is chnrlty. Exhorting your fel
low men to virtuous deods Is charity.
Hmlllng in your hrother's fnco Is char
ity. Putting a wanderer in the right
path }h charity. A man's true wealth
is tint good ho does In this world
When he dies mortals will ask what
property has he left behind him, hut
angels will inquire, "What good deeds
hast thou sent beforo theo?"?Moham
When wo havo practiced good ac
tions awhllo they become onsy. When
they aro easy wo take pleasure In
them. When they please us w? do
them frequently, and then by frequen
cy of act they grow Into a lml.lt. I'll
Notice to Clean Streams.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF I.AUKENS.
Notice is hereby given that the Hoard
of County Commissioners for Laurens
county, pursuant to an Act of the
General Assembly of South Carolina
providing therefor, has at its annual
meeting ordered and fixed the follow
ing perido3 for cleaning streams in
said county during the year A. D. 1908,
to-wit: That all streams in said county
be cleaned out as provided by law dur
ing the period beginning February 1
and ending March 81, and that they
shall again be cleaned out within the
period beginning July 15 and ending
August 81, 1908.
Done at Laurens, S. C, in annual
session this 9th day of January, A. D.
1908. II. 13. HUMBERT,
MESSER BABB, County Clerk.
I Rubber 1
I Goods. I
A fresh lot direct from the
manufacturers, consisting of
Hot vVater Bags.
These goods arc indispensa
ble in the sick room.
? Try our ECLIPSE AL- (1
? MOND CREAM for chapped ^
h skin, lips and all inflamed H
!) Parts. (!
) The old reliable FRANK
\> LIN FOUNTAIN PENS.
The Old Reliable.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
Phone: Office No. 80: Residence 219.
|!iA,..i/'-',y $ <~^ccural.ovlHom'.u.
Kocky Mountain Tea Huggels
A Busy Mcdicino (or Bu:y People.
Brines Golden Health and Renowed Vigor,
A eiMvlflo for fonstlpntlon. Indifrociion. T.Ivor
ind Kidney troubles. IM muten, Kczomn, impure
Mino I. Hmi nroAtb, SlntcKlKti Rowels. Houdncho
?mkI Daokaohe. Its Rooky Mountain Ti n in tob?
let form. 85 rents it 1)01, Oriiniiin mttilo by
ilOMilSTBa Daun OOUPAHV, Mtullnon, Wife
s?lden nuggfts for sallow people
and CURE the LUNGS
w,th Dr. King's
and all throat and lung tr0uble8.
OR MONET REFUNDED.
do I take Cardui"? writes Mrs.
Jelemma MuIIins of Odessa, W.
Va. "Because, after suffering
for several years with female
trouble, and trying different doc
tors and medicines without obtaining relief, 1 at last
found, in Wine of Cardui, a golden medicine for all my
ills, and can recommend it above all others for female
Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache, headache,
periodical pains, irrc*:ular, painful or unhealthy cata
menial flow, and all ailments from which sick women
suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. A pure
vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subject
to the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefited
over a million who used to suffer as you do.
At every drug store, in #1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
describing fully all your symptoms
and we will sen.! you I roe Advice
In plain sealed envelope. Ladles'
Advisory Dept.. The Chattnnooca
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Term.
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DEPOSIT BY MAIL AT 4%
Twice a Year
This hank receives deposits by
mail from ail sections of the country,
and allows 1 per coni on same, com
pounded twice a year.
By this method you can deposit,
and withdraw quickly, safely and
conveniently, and have the benefit of
tlu* security afforded by the large
resources and financial strength of
Dep. its are received in any
amount from one dollar up, and may
be withdrawn whenever desired.
Write for booklet, free.
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CANDLER BUILDING. ATLANTA, GA.
Windy and Weather
On unpaintcd or badly painted buildings. Everything exposed to rain
and sunshine, to wind and weather, ought t.) be painted with the best
possible paint that money can buy. Years of experience have proven
Mastic Mixed Paint,
"The Kind that Lasts,"
is the best paint on the market for every sort of structure exposed to
all of those damaging elements. Mastic Paint combines the best mate
rials In the best proportions to withstand wear, to give a beautiful finish
and to retain its appearance, no matter what the exposure, low or high,
damp or dry. Use Mastic Paint and your buildings will always look
new and your paint investment will be a source of pleasure and profit.
Peaslee-Qaulbert Company, (Inc.),
-FOR SAIiE RY
Dodson-Edwards Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.