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Now She is Stronr; and
Philadelphia, Pa.-"I was over
-worked, run down, nervous, could not
4eat or sleep. I felt like crying all thle
-tie. I tried different rernedies with.
cout benefit. The doctor said it wasa
wvonder I was alive, and when Vinot
wvas given me I began to imuirove.
I have tz-ken eight bottkus and amn
nlow n~trc nd pefcly hea-ithy inl
4every respe;)ct, and hav ViC.,:
-weig t. I Can not prai.,e V*..
enouh."-rs.Sarahl A. .lones, a
av a DP iaelha 4
VWe ;uLaranitee Vinol to makne over
tural Your Ir~ney. Formuntla onl ever-y
bon..'. isis your pro~t Ution
Nw Shme suffrn from
woilaenia, trouble has ve -
boreern donte nyero, uldno
ato Card.I, cthle com all h
toncr , a aiedind ohenttrs
wa ien nc ieanai to ti rv
onhae fromei cigs. Z.V.Spell,
ov tnt sandonm lrfeety haind y
just suffertead terrb''
fering' w'as ., reat, a n .
dies, l~lDr. ---- , has
ge Cruit. . Vi.l to beganao..r
'J'improvL ig an)td irtt cre
me. know an m
MThe Woan's Ton e0
Se r i torth i
arm i spedid he.t V. . .cl
cnt ;d o myok fee an
owe si o aru. "A r y wsuf
ing drafu co retndito.
dow had teak or ruefer
etc.e, evry mnhad try
cCr dul. Thousano
wonjrisen ti cued
done themo, ad my
phycikans wha Caverse
tei fore paiet, for
nervs endrseaths wer
tou bI splendid health,
lanokm wMrs.Spk. O elve
Carde it tCrl o a
FOU'ND IN WRFC I
lnry .1. .laegier itar1led -'Under Pavs
senger Conch. Firemniii Aiso )ead.
Kingstree, Nov. 29.-Atlaic (oast
-i1v train No. St, which W. wrecked
at I o'clock thisI mlornling, inl
aa iI Il five pa:-,Senger'
h : st r wI about I he cilom
ofwytonlight. A lavr-,e
orce o :rlnen ims been engael
-Y g th te!1.ir p w r
Iht i nIi i l e I -
il I r 011 "
b . r to vo har!< il !lm r n
- a drink of wat1 a dI ie (a 'o
tf kll(at tlu- mom int acefonntIS
r* his bhm1 alivi.. ()1w m ,iro womlua
P 't w ias s(riol y if not failly
lurt. On ille train were-V 1i SoldierS,
)11 only onle revdanly injury1-3 a(
Ill, he being tlrown t hronigh a Vindow
Ind slightly C1t. by glass., sheel coaches
probably fdreveted te on'th of every
OIe onl1.1 i1 train.
HItaIlroad men here today naid thlat
In their long service at such work
they have never' been (ailed upon to
clear a-way worse looking wreckage
and consider the small death toll
miraculous. A new track is being laid
today around tihe wreckage and to the
east of it. It is thought that trains
will be passing on schedule time again
by Saturday morning. As soon as this
is accomplished the work of clearing
away the demolislied engine and cars
will be taken up by the wrecking
train which is now on the scene. wihen
the train was wrecked this morning
it is believed to have beei making a
speed of between 60 and 70 miles an
The train w.as reported a% havi
1-ft 1,1a es, tle jInInctionl point, al 12:50
an'l the operaor hIeer' Says1 it \was ex
PIy V I o'ilock when flt ac(iet e
Thus it will bw seen tha1,1
i- h i t tain over, a
11o nIuM!Ifq :11, Ohe distAnce licw onn
V i o1r 1 i
re pter~it m< rey to e im hi-ar
he. fun, bi- weniiiely very (fu real
myer iiiii tiiiiailr :i.It ~ .\f ti I st;. ln
ndIt s ennolla Iffo iily ott e ie t hj.
de b .A y w-oi,..thr or bo.. wer
noel'l owt Tncousiws.tg
Cim abought riidbo5,la butahhlin
tiie 1low almikvely t cnstier(aie..\
thus wa i tcri te di Clout, li b t ild t
Anr upoan cfcniyaiior quienl much
lngat rew Thisconer wasp rtd to
checkir nd wok nfhirdnced irritte
mar. Thnc ae ot, t n he iuown
phlegrm loed hac thi aid iictoul
et ai tslerp followes ow'shddn
Alndiuiistndvhat. od ovr ne dol..
N' orlay boeiled ord cornee.
Getbasy breth ahe yotti of a
~or~oDr. King's Newioeryils
The syteat h o emndke
checo oking k cIfle,irtae
The large, gangling, awkwar Inare
wIs ndr wii nd lashl, raced11 back
and forth aeross file autction arena
at Ihe hoist oio aultlseniienl of those
Pre0sent. ilifidimn broke ouit as anl in
thuilastie epideiie, ('erybody want
ing to bid :a, the "ameiv thne. Some
walted to start her af fivesor ten dol
Irrs. butt Nvere pr-om'pily refitsed'( with1
the re-anniiolleenatt'lI of the one11 dollar
rle. AfMi oniea leluher an~'
Hlaitor ibn svstltld down. and sonliel
feilow was iani lo cry out one dollar.
This HIt hi0t t hln 1%4 a i l i0 Iwent
ono deilar at a im in r 1111 4
v than lw 1tWIdwr ieu'ld cry
O w i () ! I 'Vcitt! I l 1 1 ' 1~
heV( hult, 1 1 11 'ever a in-;ing 111 .
m l*t.(- for. T 11-11 eoe d Ile it -
eNo. :1n is sold o aa l the " soed
'Ar lnr etn|wblk fllo reVar pne.t
Thsien'~t fin ~ an elo-r ini sne man
ptni'ent fonlw cridnt "u f1 y , buti
io lo. WheXn uitenit was;I" again eslored
Ibm hid in ihd lwlmard in reag Ila
oneo dolI'lrd- s Wl.iaully sevenity
live was heoard frvoinl a youing negrlo
who had very much enloyed ite hid
dig and all was suddenlyh
No. 3 wae sold and the fun was over.
A longe, een, black fellow was nit
ushered in and sold in the same man
isr at around 11ity dollars. By this
thie tie excitement had subsided and
hidding again bcaillne a drag. The
sales .were soon cnlled off for thle
want of huyers.
Messrs. J1. TIenry Rasor and J. B.
Pinson entered the sik list last Frl
day. It is thought by the attending-phy
silcian that Mr. Rasor has the flu, but
is now doing well. According to his
physician 'Mr. Pinson has an attack
of grippe and will soon he well again.
BREAKS A COLD IN
FEW HOURS---.TRY IT!
Fi rsi dose of Palpe's Cold Compound
relivei s 1111 grippe il-sery.
1on'Isay stuffed i I!
Qii t bloint and sin' fin''! A dose
o"la'sCold Componid' ainken every
t wo houre1- minlil thre.(q doses ar1e takenl
will end grippel luisovry and breaik up
a:1 .r (11ld1 cilher inl theo br:ul, chest,
V . A ' Dlo"- - n
I-. l ' ohn 4 T'. .\d I
4d~ 4 6 40 ti 4 b
nI rll I vb.
knoa li, VoIas n-are bn twt -i
('hurch(1. le a l n e 0 l n n
his I is repend fru on al' I at ryie
!bo~i" at li11te lC. (how' it web- shooi
ate 'It14 bre e t , and h.1k h tis (I:ht Ihe:
flk dgalaitolder was a hasorite It)
ha I'ip I (4( a gl teach hrs Ile poss14s41 ta
kltad h111 14ived linst il ' 1x . Chritina.t'l
i4 44111iy h ot i l ihe t b (In twenty--liVi
thatrs l snt 111I'l'y
It is hardI for uadtofrealixe thaetone
hiselfun and inth beg sining oflf
souhl thuis the. utldownibut we h
mye h''iin btieset thinkolh. s yn
like ax talend )1'(t lier'' with5' hi t fac ito
The fron tsand thiie bloodtfr
Ya mus hme ealth, Satrend. an E
dn toy ofhti Colds Grip thsnd s whou a
did n youe baledis: "oTnaheadihy
Condo htl orles r not counely
cos oursse seulve t witht nd thh
Iter coldn. rd in .ly 11,wt
lorivilson the Syste Agftn ods Gxrp
an mnela not belfing satiid nin
ht contains thenel-kowng thic prt
aptbl dtiin the loatdlcthirstomach,
myd fro plersenth toiak.Yocnsonel
The Strothng, Iistng EffecWt.er
ColdBettr Thn th Wea
YoW uthaeHath1tegt.n n
4f,~Y " tK
eide on Solomon's Jewev For Chistmas
Gi ts. It expresses the beauk.tiful sentiment
of Christmas better than anything else, and
is cherished for many years to corne.
This year we have chosen a superfine
collection of distinctive gifts for men and
women---soldiers and civilians. You'll find
here a host of articles to choose from---ideas 1A,
that are in harmony with the practical re
quirements of the times.
Everything a jewelry Store
Wear prpae to s--p the so
Wt a gfg d
iserydeiet any potadTe oappeaanc god th eidictsta
We il yta aretherfore recorending th a iea mt of po 'tt.Dst ash be
iusedeicottotilioprhasoresulten thit yearA from la ate otah appliatio
I feel that it will pay to use as much as 3 per cent of potash at the pres
Enquire of Royster Dealers. Place Orders; Early.
- F. S. Royster Guano Co.