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Now She is Stron- and
Philadelphia, Pa.-"I was over
worked, run down, nervous, could not
eat or sleep. I felt like crying all the
-time. I tried dilferent remedies with
out benefit. The doctor said it was a
wonder I was alive, and when vinot
was given ine I began to improve.
I have t.ken cight bottlcs and am
nowv strong and perfectly hcalthy in
every rcispect, and liv nnin .il
-Veig . I can not p- V:!.:i
SSarah A. .ones, 1025
IVa h 11-tF., Ph1, iladel(phia, P]a.
e ua.1nt(C Vinoi to rnike over.
wouw, w<:N ons ongor r".
turi your mneucy. F o::mula on every
bouL. Tsi our protaion,
M an y th~ouninds of
wv 0 m1 n suf fering from
wo:dy troubile, hiave
been: benefited by the use
of Canrdui, the woman's
Stonic, accoirdin to letters
'we rcive , similar to Ibi
one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,
of il:.:yn, N. C. "'Icouild
niot si::u! on my feet, an:d 9'
just suffiered terribly,"
she says. "As my suf
fering was so great, and
lie had tried othecr remc
dies, D~r. --- had us
get Cardul. . .1 began
impJroving, and It cured
me. I know, and my.
doctor knows, what Car
dul did for me, for my
nerves and health were
Th e rman's Tonie
She wvrites further: "I
aim In spiendid health...
can do my wvork. 1 fee! j
owe It to Cardul, for I was
In dreadful condition.''
If you are nervous, run
dlown and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Car dul. Thousands of
women praise this medi
clue for the good it has
done them, and many
physIcians who have used
Cardul successfully with
their women patients, for
years, endorse this medi..
cine. Think what it means
to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Spelt. Olve
Cardlul a trial.
FOI!ND IN WIREIK
Iienry .1. Jarger tHuricti Under Pws.
Senger Cn1:1h. liremn A]so Dead.
King.t ree, Nov. 29.-Atlantic Coast
l.11lp traill No. "'G. which w'as wrecked
her,, at I o'clock this morning , il
vIlig llgil ;u telder. express,
ste1 is1l strawnl ablout the coil
:>y' H )I' wvy tolighit. A 1,1r%,e
force of orem lum heen engage'd
a 1 'y I! '-Y " the tol!egraph wi
n l: O.. the hm ly.. (A, thc <h-,i
. I I! '! froi thi w r
I i onl. The l'odywa
z t l o r 1 i - Ir m
1 of ih fI)- a h i
1! i - car to go baick inl the :ram~l
mo :1 d i1k o' water and th Ii el oc
Nt I ieot ho monw nlll)conl Is
Ior his behm alive1 i%#. Onero c\Viwm
: " l'n'' was seriourd1y if not rahily
hurt. On iIle t rain wore :7 soldiers.
but only one reeived anly in.jiry at
aill, heibeing throw tIo 011ugh a window
ad silitly cit. by glass. steel coaches
probalbly prevenltei tihe death of ever)
one on tie train.
Railroad mien here today said that
lin their long service at such work
they have never been called upon to
clear away worse looking wreckage
and consider the small death toll
miraculous. A new track is being laid
today around the wreckage and to the
cast of it. Tt is thought that trains
will be passiig on schedule time again
by Saturday morning. As soon as this
Is accomplishe(d the work of clearing
away the demolished engine and cars
will be taken up by the wrecking
train which Is now oil tile scenie. When
the train was wrecked tis iorling
it is believed to have been making a
Ispeed of between 110 and 70 miles an
The train was reported as havx'ing
,fl Iaesth Jnion111 point, ait 1M:50
and tle operator hiver Says it *was ex
otly 1 o'clook 0when the acidelit oc
Snl. 'lits it will Ibe 5(11) 11111
W!" 01 u111!!in' hIl train over a
o kir. ' I ioli- o
I ' Ii ' W1: I i
f g a *ma .r.ak
.e z' 1t. hit t e l uno a hee :t'ibi r
t ll eviit t, Al .\ ni- : 1, el j ( ff, reu
stockI~ dealer, erii l on gtt ~l a s ;) u ie.
('nd 1111illS in'lre of t du:.);y p o ~i jIll
ret rny w~it rel otee : o.fh
Dr.u Kun, h 's ;weinlvery era
Cond strnuos andrt l~yrohcriiar ai-.
knhcey r ll dow ly. T eult illclango-.
anima andri~ti brugiqi hetked i, bthimein
wAn hdow an ericy aondsicrly. .\
interwt.)Tisconer wals r~tod to
the ler n wok ltdappearitnte
gnamh Thn cae ioohed fun e toin
pergannoned frhalyi anda shui
he au tster follows. od' hddn
nallieus nd tavt Sod ovr ne dol
iartwonuhic heaace orngsidernd
et arbsy wireth wae youtde ao
Dor.~l r King'sNew',Dioeryils
--whey arseat ikelto rstm i danger
ua aftrmath uokngs checkedinuime
And ow efectyelyand uicky'Dr
The large, gangling, awkward mive
was, under whip ani lash, raced back
and forth crolss lihe aulelion a rena
at thle bouist rou llistilent of those
present. 1id(tiing Iroke olt. as al en
t hu siastic epideiiic, everybody Want
ing to 1d at ihe saile tiine. "o1ne
wanted to start ler at fividor tel dol
Is bit. were promiptly Iriied with
the Ie-aoulnI0i1Centll( of the one dollar
rule. Aftlr vonsflidrable laiight-r aid
Ilattior things sel Iled down ind soinie
follow wasi Iard tyoy olit ono dolltr.
Imeward one aloti a im, a i noro
Vil btt had m tll( :11wich (lihc tI th rhiy
daigi. an thl was lloneer boulI ery
A l, sin,1 blvcnti l waiing th
ushere h i anh old ime. a':. tm
hidin aai hene an mda. he
I aev wo I s valed - l o :%o o
wantoifll dy by
esr.1. lenry! asin and Jh. 1.:
--ns" eterd thewsid a 1 remth lastF.
d foay.i i wthough 'he.d atnio- it
icien t hatox rriod ost "fifly", but
Io go. Welinit was again retored
tlle hidldingl clinhed uipward inl regullar'
one dollar dlr . inally seventy
five was hecardi frontl a youngm negro
Who had very niulch enjloyed thle hid
dingran and was soddenly hulsied.
No. wa sold and the fld Was over.
A long, keeni, black fellow was nieXtl
ushered in and sold in the ; man
nier at around fifty dollars. BY this
timle tte excitement d susided and
hidditg alaing be d a a(fi drag. Tle
sales ,were soon cnlied off for Ithle
wanlt of biyrs.
Messrs. 1. HIenry Rasor and J. B.
Pinson entered thie sick list last Fi
day. It is thiought by thle attending-phy
sicianl thaitt Mr. Rasor hans the flut, but
is now doing well. According to hlis
physician 'Mr. Pison has an attack
of grippe and will sool I well again.
BREAKS A COLD IN
FEW HOURS---.TRY ITI
I''irst dose of Pa1pe's Cold Compound
relieves algrippen mi1sery.
Don't sl ay stffed IIu .!
Q1yubng and Itlie beffling! .\ dose
of "I'ape's ('ohIl Coniponld" ltken PVer'y
hoihor t nii becthre dos btre taken
will rl brsp lis o :v m an I ik 11p)
le ar ell stcler in the hc:il, chaet,
hieh o ali ine o
It ,ay ofiN ly Ipen lm:tsa noh
iein theh ble. m 'he d
\d~wt: a ta ou'lie ale not conta
tinilsolein t hti~ et 'with th on tgi
lT oiit, s i. uay fa w
(mownI, itilweil nan-se ns tVii he 1 i
I('hvurtm. lie ati onden. cxItt'emi
limst' itr as no bneng at illun the ric
flas inlut rhne. e doline hschaott
at firo refn, so b i rgtcer
'1'o isofiatnhe wat he fandorit wir
we.ilxtand oteherst l Sytpose s.
mindabov th aveagini ' seaie.
Tldhe trong Wund tne hitmar
ihYvn have HealtheSbrengt twndy-v
tihard your blous ot n ealz hthyn
Condyong and doint ceicning ropeliy,
sould sythus uneeto w but we tho
knRwVim' best tikS Cfhimi TONInC
loiesa tahen Sste gis old hhs, aript
the Blood.n iin i ie lo o
It cou s he eme-kared. ton wro
ertiesa of Quinin and hrto inda wo
diced oto he battfel:c"Tey stomac
a1 pweamiat tovae". Yo An soon we
Itcnlen urselvsithrthe E houct t 80.
cide onl for C i
Gifts. It expresses the beunti sentiment
of Christmas better than anything else, and
is cherished for many years to come.
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
that are in harmony with the practical re
quirements of the times.
Everything a Jewelry Store
The r of S C. 'A c u
"'1 will say that a survey recently madec of the cotton siuationi ini
South Carolina leads us to be)lieve that at least 25 perf cent redluction
in the cotton crop has resulted this year from lack ot potash. In somei
cases not more than hailf a crop has been produced on light land that
is very deficient in potash. The appearance of the plants indicates that
what is ,known as potash hunger is responsible for the decreased yield.
We are, therefore, recorpmendling that liberal amounts of potash he
used in fertilizers for cotton next year. At the usual rate of application
I feel that it will pay to use as much as 3 per cent of potash at the pres
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