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Dr. William-,' Pink Pills Are Safe and Reliable A Favorite Household Remedy. Motherhood may to the crowning blessins of a woman's life or it may brinj griff ami sorrow. Mrs. M. J. tt'ipht, ot 179 Sovent'j Street, Auburn, Maine, relates lior experience alicr the llrth of her daughter in 1001, as fol lows: "I "as all r;;n down at the lime the liahy crrne and did not Im prove, in health rapidly after. 1 was rale, thin "and bloodless. My stomach distressed mo being full of k.im all the time and niy heart fluttered so lliat I could scarcely breathe. "Finally 1 remembered trmt a friend had recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to ma so I commenced using them. I pained In strength rapidly while the baby throve also. When I expected my next child I started tak ing tho pills again na a tonic and Gtrengthener and had no such diffi culty as before I got up better and my strength came baclf much sooner. "A year r.o last winter I had an at tack of rheumatism in the hands which went from one hand to the other. The joints swelled up and wero so stiff I could not move them. The pain ex tended up through my arms and shoulders. I fe.lt sick enough tj go to bed but did not do so. This attack lasted for several months. I tried sev eral remedies but finally came back to using the pills which had done me so much good beforo and found that they benefited mo almo.-t at once. I have not been troubled since." All druggists sell Dr. Williams' Pink Tills, or they will bo s'nt by mall post-paid, on receipt rf price, 50 cents per box, six boxes for $2.50, by the Dr. Williams Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. Send for book of cures. GHC3T3 PLAY MANY PRANKS. CURED OF GRAVEL. sick m ICAKiER'SI k25U! IS. "Positively cured by these Little I'll Is, Thry alio relievo Dis tress from Dyspepsia, la- digestion and Too Ilearty Eating. A perfect rem edy tor Plizlnesa, Kausca, Drowsiness, Had Tasto ta tho Mouth, Coated Toipxn, ?aln In the SMo, Tonrin liver. itu& regulate t" Omrtls. Turely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Foe-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. w..r:iU Thompson's Eye Water CARTERS BRITTLE I IVER PILLS. Crab Rope from Bellringer and Cut Down Trees. Ghostly happenings have disturbed the town of Kirkwall, the capital of the county of Orkney. On Wednes day nlsht, says the London Daily Mail, the wife of the belli inger went to St. Magnus cathedral to sound the curfew at eight o'clock. This is an ancient custom still observed In the bursa. The bell had been tolled for less than a minute, when, it is alleged, a figure suddenly appeared at the woman's side, snatched her hands from the rope and as mysteriously disappeared. Another morning 20 trees which a few years ajo were planted In front of the cathedral were found to havo been cut down. The night was a calm one, with brilliant moonlight, and the trees were standing at one o'clock In the morning. Hundreds of windows have an out look on the spot, and many people who were still astir at three o'clock In the morning did not hear the slightest sound outside. Yet an hour later every tres had been destroyed. The police aro baffled. FURIOUS HUMOR ON CHILD. Itching, Bleeding Sores Covered Body Nothing Helped Her Cuticura Cures Her in Five Days. "After my granddaughter of about seven years had been cured of the measles, sho was attacked about a fortnight later by a furious Itching and painful eruption all over her body, especially the upper part of it, forming watery and bleeding sores, especially under tho arms, of considerable size. She suffered a great deal and for three weeks we nursed her every night, using all the remedies we could think of. Nothing would help. We tried the Cuticura Hemedles and after twenty four hours wo noted considerable im provement, and after using only one complete sot of the Cuticura Remedies, in five consecutivo days the little one, much to our joy, had been entirely cured, and has been well for a long time. Mrs. F. Ruofenaoht, R. F D. No. 3. Baltersfield, Cal., June 25 and July 20, 1906." Hissed Japanese Flag. At tho Star Theater, Seattle, the. other evening the flags of several na tions were exhibited in succession dur ing an act on tho stage. All except the flags of Russia and Japan wee applauded. Tho former was received In silonco, the latter was loudly hissed. E MISS EMMA RUNT2LER a pretty face, a good fifruro, but sooner or later learn that tho healthy, happy, contented woman is most of all to be admired. Women troubled with faintin spells, irregularities, nervous irrita bility, backache, the "blues," and those dreadful drnfrinjr sensations, cannot hope to be happy or popular, and advancement hi either home, business or social lifo is impossible. Tho cause of these troubles, how ever, yieklsquicldy to Lydia 11. rink ham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots nnd herbs It acts at once upon the organ afflicted and the nervo centers, dispelling effec tually all thoso distressing symp toms. No other medicine in the country has received sv.ch unqualified indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ills as has lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Miss Emma Runtzler, of 631 State St., Schenectady, N. V., writes: "For a lon timo I was troubled with a weakness which seemed to drain all my strength away. 1 had dull headaches, was nervous, irritable, and all woruout. Chancing to read oneof your advertisements of a case similar to mine cured by Lydia E. Pinkh'in's Vegetable Compound, I decided to try it nud I cannot express my gratitude for the benefit received. I am entirely well and feel like a new person." Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most successful remedy for all forms of Female Complaints, Weak Hack, Falling nnd Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, and is invaluable in pre paring for childbirth and the Change of Life. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women sufferinrr from nnv form of femalo weakness are Invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. I'iukham, at Lynn, Mass. Iler advice is tree ana always helpful. iii" m ft -aJ v Li .Trry Thousands of cotton planters have done ao by using Virginia Carolina Fertilizers, and hundreds of them tell about it in our 1907 almanac. Peep preparation, and liberal use (400 to 1000 pounds) oi VirginiaCarolina Fertilizers fier acre, concentrated on feiver acres, thoroughly cultivated, enables he tap roots to strike down deep to reach the moisture, and the feeding roots to take completo possession of the soil early in the season. Your plantnill then teso strong, robust and healthy, that it fruits heavier, .natures earlier opens earlier, and can be gathered earlier ft better advantage, and in better order thus insuring best results in ma.-Veting as well as obtain the larg-st yield per acre. Accept no substitute for Virginia-Carolina Fertiliiers. Aijt your dealer or wnte us for one of our new almanacs, valued at $i.co, but free to you. VKGniU-CAROURA CHEMICAL CO, SALES OFFICES! Richmond, Vs. Norfolk, Vs. tfaitimore, tti Atlanta. Oi. Vnotgjmery, Ala. vessst Durham, N. C. Charleston. 5. C Savannah, Oa. Memphis, 1 ena. bhrcveport. Law Yields Per Acre Yur NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER. THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT. CAPISICUM VASELINE EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEP?ER PLANT A OUICK. SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN.-PRICE 15c IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. OK BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF 15c. IN POSTACE STAMPS. DON'T WAIT TILL THE PAIN COMES-KEEP A TUBE HANDY. A substitute lor and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not blister the most deiicate r.kin. The paln-allaylng and curative qualities of the article are wonderful, jt will stop the toothache at once, and relieve Headache and Sciatica. We recommend It as the best and safest external counter-irritant known, idso as an external remedy for pains In the chest and stomach and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints, A trial will prove what we claim for it, and It will be found to be Invaluable in tha household and for children. Once used no family will be without It. Many' people say "It Is the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless the same carries our label, as otherwise it Is not genuine. SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. 17 STATE STREET, NEW YORK CITY 34 YEARS SELLING DIRECT Our vhklnd ha,rnetliT bnn told dl met from our tninry li not humiu m no mgrist tjutuity uut wiwi i We An Tho Lvtfi Nairahcforars In The World mritf totbAmiiuTnriclttJtTlr. WcmftktWOftrlMot ' PHMMaMaM mXSSSSSSBKSM am ii i iji ii ii in i n n 1 1 ut rv Not a Single Stone Has Formed Since Using Doan's Kidney Pills. J. D. Dauglitroy, muplc publisher, of SutJolk. Va., says: "lijring t'.vo nr throp years ih:it I had kidney ti oulilo I passed 2':j pounds of Era vol nnd sandy sediment in tho urine,. I haven't rassod a etnne sineo using Poan's Kidney Pills, however, and BSUj3ifefr1 ago. I used to suffer Mlfii the most netito agony WmfifclJ durins a gravel attack, nnd had the other usual symptoms of kidney trouble lassitude, headache, pain In tho back, urinary disorders, rheumatic pain, ete. I huvo a box con taining H gravel stones that I passed, but that Is not one-quarter of the whole number. I consider Doan's Kid ney Pills a fine kidney tonic." For sale by all dealers. f0 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. NIGHTCAPS IN VOGUE AGAIN, Women Returning to the Fashion cj Their Grandmothers. Fashionable women havo revived the use ot the uWiicap. It was dis carded at least half a century ago, ex cept by grandmothers and elderly spinsters, but now, according to the Drapers' Itecord, it. has again heroin an indispensable part of woman's out fit, and is Included In ail trouseaux. Tho revival Is partly ascribed to tha doctors. Their incessant advocacy of well ventilated bedrooms has, In tha absence of over door transoms in English houses, resulted in bedroom windows being opened at night, and women who are not robust found tha wintry draughts too trying. Another and more distressing cause Is alleged by hairdressers. These say that elab orate coiffures aro heins desired. These are helped by stylish transfor mations, which are detached at night. To facilitate this arrangement It la slid that many ladies havo their hair cropped rendering a nightcap neces sary. Their grandmothers practised tho same folly. Moreover, the new manner of dressing the hair, which in troduces an exceptionally careful pro cess of undulation and is submitted to by women three times a week, calls for the m: et tho protecting nightcap to preserve tho freshness of tin coif fure. Homo ef the Iceberg. Almost all the icebergs seen !n ths north Atlantic during Juno are products of the coast of Labrador, formed from the lee fields that had filled the Indent al ions of that coast tho previous winter. July'3 icebergs come from further north In the vicin ity of HnfMn Land, those of August come from still further north, and though fewer In number than those of the earlier summer, are larger in individuality. Fiom the coast of Labrador may ba seen an endless procession of these ice mountains coming out. of the north and taking their way majestically southward un til they lose their b?iug In tho warm er waters and climate of the 6JUh Atlantic .Maine Journal. Indians In United States. In round figures, there aro 1.000 Indians In the I'nlted States nt tho present time, Dl.OUO of whom are in Indian territory and 15,000 In Oklaho ma, or 10C.00O In the coming slate. Those of Indian territory, tho live civi lized tribes Cherokees. Crocks, Choc taws, Chiekasaws and Senilnoles havo been managing their own affairs for two-thirds of a century, and are In all respects fitted for the citizen ship which they aro soon to exercise. All of those, and nearly all of thoso In the Oklahoma end of Iho coming state, wear civilized dress, and have schools, churches and the other ac companiments of civilization. Leslie's. WANTED For V. S. Army, able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate hab its, who can speak, read and write Kngllsh; for information apply to re cruiting officer, 12fi X. Court, Mem phis, Tenn.; 2:'.G JIain, Jonesboro, Ark.; Union City, Tenn.; Caruthers ville, Mo.; Corinth, Miss.; Dycrsburg, Tenn., or Humboldt. Tenn. A man may know much and yet bo nothing. Dr. Parker. It would he too bad to deco. rate your home la the ordi nary way, simply because of not knowtrjrj you could do It better lor less money with Alnbosllnc. Better find out all about Alubasttae r first, anyway. We'll cheerfully send you full information if you will send us your address on a post card. Tho Alabasttne Co., 010 Grandrille Af ., Grand lapiia Bill!., or mil naif r oireci, tin York Cili A Positive 21 buna mnml Ely's Cream Balm yg&a &ji . sickly absorbed. $1 Ci,..R.Iiel.tO.,Cfc It cloanses, soothes s t?,ftO heals and protects KW j WffSl tho diseased mem-fik awav a Hold in the iuLj Head quickly. Uo-MAV FEVER stores tho Senses ofSi Hl Taate nd Bmcll. FulleizeGOcts.,atDrrjpt. gists or by mail s Trial Size 10 cts. by mail Ely Brothers, 50 M urrea Strcot, Kow 'ork. nicKs dntRlCAPUDINE -my m CURES ALL ACHES And Ncrvounneaa Trial battle 10a AUruJilortl Cf., 4 1-a CalP Rffv- uutCtM iu luir utula ita.ui.i.t O'lrbook ylvrs dota'll.. Fi. Write for II, JOHH 4. WMIUiaiJ l Utk Brakm, U IraUwu, 1. 1. tin, A0ENT8 WANTED t" aell hotltryand ondf riwar. fouiblf buyer in every family. Outr Irfe, Yttr "Un .., MtaipUli, Tji. rflICCICC?DDI MCWC IViaJiJliJiJJH I I lla-aVTOJy Bonds in Mississippi. The I'nited States department of atrriculturo has just issued an interest ing lealli't on the pulilio roads of Missis sippi, showing the mi eai;eand exiend itnres in I'JOl. There were in thatyear il.ii'.iS miles of pub'.ic roads in the State Of this milea:o 101) miles were surfaced with cravel and 10 miles with shells, making in all lit) miles of im proved roads. It is shown that only O.iM of 1 i'er cent, of tho roads has been improved. Comparing tho total road mileu;;o with the area of the Stuto, there was O.Mof a mile of public road per square mile of area. A eomparisou of mileage with population shows that there was one mile of road to every 40 inhabitants am! one mile of improved road to every 10,411 inhabitants. A Sad Affair. As a result of going homo in an in toxicated condition and trying to frighten his mother and younger broth ers and sisters, who were alone in their home, Hiram 1'utterson was killed at Columbus and the family plunged into grief. The young man went home almut midnight and attempted to enter the house, which was locked, as tho liu.-bimd was away from home. Mrs. 1'utterson called to the party, but re ceived no answer. She then instructed her young sou, a boy about 12 years old, to get a gun, and that if the person did not make himself known to shoot. The intruder again attempted to gain en traneo to the house and refused to an swer when lie was called upon, and Mrs. Patterson told tho boy to shoot, which he did. Upon investigation it was found that tho boy had killed his oldest brother. Reward for Murderer. The sheriff of lYontHS county 1ms oITered a reward of 100, and the citi zens foO in addition to the statutory re ward of tjluo, for the capture of the murderer of Night Watchman Ab ridge. Kthridge arrested a suspicious looking negro at llooneviile, and as he could give no satisfactory account of himself, ho took him to jail. When within a few feet of the door tho negro turned suddenly and shot tho night watchman dead and escaped. . Joy Almost Killed Him. In the excess of his joy over having his death sentence commuted by Gov. Vardaman, Hed Paniels, a convicted murderer in jail at Augusta, came near killing himself. AVhen news of the commutation was conveyed to him he gave a whoop and then leaped into the air. His head struck the sheet of steel above him w ith such force that ho fell to the Hour senseless. Reduction by Railroads. Tho railroads, in order to meet tho request of fruit and truck growers, have reduced the minimum weight per car from 'Jo.UbO to 18,000 pounds. Tho growers of fruit and truck, in a peti tion to the railroad commission, repre sented that it was impossible for them to get the existing minimum weight of "0.000 pounds in a ear, mid upon the presentation of thoso objections the railroads agreed to establish the lower minimum. Donation to Millsaps College, liishop Gidloway, who is chairman of tho board of trustees of Millsaps col lege, in speaking of the Hoekefoller donation of $2.",0OO to the endowment fund of the college, stated that this gift conies on the condition that the trustee, or friends of the college, raise uhout 75,0110 in order to meet and earn the donation. Contractors Protest. Several of the largo rail road construc tion companies now tilling contracts In Mississippi are protesting because thoir properties havo been listed for assess ment during the current year. Several contractors claim exemption on the ground that they aro lisU.'d for assess ment in ether States, where, their head quarters arc located, and therefore should not be assessed in Mississippi. Enjjius Land Company. State Kevenuj Agent Wirt Adams has obtained a temporary injunction from the Hinds county chancery court restraining the Delta 1'ino LandJ'om pauy frcm disposing of its lauds iii Le llore county, amounting to !),875 acres, until settlement is made of back taxes due the State, on which tho supreme court roomily rendered judgment in favor of the revenue agent. The amount involved is over $45,000. Insurance Men Organize. At a meet in : of the State managers of the Mississippi life insurance corpor ations, fifteen in number, an organiza tion was perfected to establish uniform ity of method?, promote ethics and ex chango of ideas. The namo adopted w.u the Mississippi Lifo Insurance Uu derwritofo' Association. liishop Galloway. Bishop Galloway was greeted warm ly and affectionately by his fellow townspeople at Jackson on his return to his home city and upon his complete restoration to health and strength. Ho lias a healthy, almost ruddy complex ion, with a wholesome-looking tan over spreading the face, walks with an olus tic step, aud is really himself again. Cold Storage Flout. A Chicago packing house will put In a public cold storage and jobbing house at Hrookhaven. State Normal. More than a dozen county teachers' associations havo passed resolutions setting fortli the need of a State normal and training school for teachers, and urging action ou tho subject by the next legislature. Athletic Exercises. The annual field day exorcises, which are participated in by all the Lincoln county schools, will bo hold at Hrook haven April 19. A long list of prizes has been oilered for tl s winners of the athletic coutcsts. To Control Long Staple Cotton. The organization of a corporation capitalized at $500,000 to control tho marketing of the long staple cotton crop of tho delta is now in progress. The enterprise has tho indorsement ol the Mississippi Cotton Association, and Is being promoted with much energy by the leading planters of tim delta. Violated' Liquor Lutvs. For selling liquor in violation of tha law Judge Miller at Laurel fined J. H. Jackson $500 and added ninety dayi labor to the Bcutonce. CWt nr dvcJ wi!h ITTXAM" FADKl.l'iS' lKS will lem.iin bright ana beautiful. trouble to use. It is the pold of luve that makes tho quartz of lifo worth while. A. C. Man ning. Defiance Starch Sixteen ounces for ten cents, all other brands contain only 12 ounces for same money. Toople seldom Improve, when they have 'no other model hut themselves to copy alter. (.ioldsmith. FITS, St. Yitu Dunce and aO Nervous Diseases pmiuinently cured by P'. Kline's limit Nerve Hcsion-'- Scad for J'rre S'-UU) trial bottle ami 1 realise. Mr. !!. H. Kline, l.d.. Ml Arch St., l'hiladclplnii, I'n- It Is not so much (lie belns cxemnt from faults as the bavins overcome them, that la au advantage to us. Swift. rroupority is iTica. . Tfrflty is a theater. I'o: s pers the mind; privation strengthens IU HazIitL 1'i for Geel Ileal, h. Tei ii. : it reiauti s l n npvs, ia I'tvemc- tvn-ti; 1'lnnd inul eradicates d wholly ot Herbs. iv'hr: r1- - ision patn trains aud Tal-e G.UI'.'M bei im I lod- nun, purines i'"' ease. It is nude Our yesterdays follow iia; th'y con Btituto'our life, and they rive charac ter and force and meaning to our pres ent decd.-i. Joseph Parker. Just Because vou'ro a man don't think that you've col to be bald, lh.rry's '.iciipliorous will help you cover that bald :;uit. We need to learn, not only how to make our livliiK, but how to make our contribution to the living world. Hcv. T. Kcrrler lliilmo, M. A. lor Iauits and CMinnoCi T6) J JMV,LtAv' y r tfSJW 0 Krtr f Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TH CBNTAUR COMPANY. TT MUHMT OTnitT.HtWTOBR CITV. 6T1FFNESS, STITCHES, LAMENESS, CRAMP, TWISTS ANO TWITCHES. ALL DSCAM.0 WHEN YOU ArrL T mm THE OLD-MONK-CURE TV t I- ST. . Jll 5BS mm I ,i .3? vatr JtA w. E Ira 23AJ)DS0CNT m. : -Jn,,.wmwr pi ku ft. .j M . v- , , Ni. M v Ufua B vv r y - - s nimrn iiistin r.. - cs.imra &mu onuta would i wi nnnr.l Us S4.il0 GILT EDGE SHOES CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE. cuif'rc mis EVERYBOHV AT AIL PfUCCSs MioVMloes. nr. to l. a. ) .shoe.. M to fcl. W. Women' T . V , l,viiH-rt iudtfuaor fuotwviir to bo the best mi style, lit and wear j.rmiurn in tf country, l-.aeh Tart of tliu sle and every deUil of tho makmij Is looked after JIVoj! I. i..i v,.r l,tr skilled sliocmakers, without re;;ard to time or .t. If I .'..tiM lake yen Into n.y 1 arj.; factories at S:M:fWf v ,, I,,.... .i Oi.r r.,11 how carefully . 1.. DouKhis liiuiiXAVfi'.' (H'$ am nmdo, y hi waiiid tlicn i n.lerslan.l wuv Hoy noia uieir sliapo, lit b, Unr III I UliiM'.t, J. S3 Y, l l.nuJ. ''"" l.nr.'S in '1 1 til ri n eh f,fr I'uiVr I'utUU fit -1 .f iTivittT v.ihif! tli:m :mv ol Ii ..1 pihr i Mmm-fl in 1!"' i'-'Htjii:, writ.": monvn tiik WPoVrnt-nlnitt , 'I'n Uc .HiiitfclHiH'. Hi lil 'J Hirt I"'! im f tlt-alfn t., -i y iv !,,.,. iuni-tiu. l'-t:a! j inaiird Jitt. . J L jJ 1. A!. Ui-m-Utou, irSH EP-KO MONEY TILL CURED BK,!K5r j -v na -av hlaj'. One of the Important Bsstles of Physicians ond h im weu-iniosrmeG oi we vvona is to learn as to the relative standinrr anil reliability of the lculinR nianufartur crs of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians arc the most caietul as to the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well known to physicians nnd the Weil-Informed generally that the California Syrup Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical characu r d its riroilurt has attained to the liiirh staiuiins: in scientific anil commercial circles which is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, lJi.it the. iiame ol the Company has become a guarantee of the excellence ot its remedy. TKUTII AND QUALITY appeal ta the Well-Informed i:i every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc cess and creditable standing, therefore v.e wish to call (he attention of all who would enjoy good ivalth, with its blessings, to the fact that it icvolves the question of i iaiht living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour of recreation, ef enjoyment, of contemplation and of i ifort may be made to contribute to that end and the use oi medicines dispensed with generally to e,ivat advantage, but as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable it taken at the proper time, the California l'v Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which lias won the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed becau:,e of tha excellence of tim combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of Syrup of Figs and has attained to world-wide acceptance as, the most excellent of family laxatives, and as i's pun- laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians nnd the Well-informed of the world to bo the best "f natural laxatives, v.e have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and I'.lixir of Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubdess it will always be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial effects always note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front oi every package, whether you simply call for Svmp of Figs or by the full nam.. Syrup of Figs and Flixir of Senna as Syrup of Figs and Elixir of S-'ima is the one laxative n medy manufactured by -he Calilotnia Fig Syrup Co. and the same heretoion: known by the name Syrup of Figs - - which lias given satisfaction in millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggit-ts throughout the United Stales in original packages of cue size only, iii; regular piice i f which is fifty cents per bottle. Every bottle is sold iniftr the general guarantee of (he Comranv, filed with the Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington. 1). C, that the remvdv is no'i adulterated or Act, June ;,oth, 190G. misbranded witlnii the meaning of tho Food and Driu J 4 ax tam a 1 of COLLARS CUFFS AMD ALL LINEN Made Clean and Whito WiTII 204mE.TEj mm All dealers at 5c, 10c, 15c packages f ieoof'sTeiterCiiri - ---WVTIIU llOIl't NTI4l4'll.) Jiff mi Is sold by oil drnpgisii on a positive guarames to cure Tetter, f.czenu, Itch of all kinds, Skin Kruptions, King Worm, Dew 1'oison, Chapped Fice ond Hands, l'im. pics, Dandruff and ill Scalp Troubles, Corns, H u 11 i 0 11 s , Sore and Sweaty I-'eci, Etc. Sold everywhere, two 6i?es, 60c and $1.00 Eonks, Mail this ad. to uj and we will send you a u uu oouie nee. HOOPER MEDICINE CO., Dallas. Tens. rii;tinaraannanBnaiaiiieisfi' B II SISDAPJ)iif-Ti!ESOl'ill! CALIF01 Lom'svillo, Kr. F A Mi SYRUP O Cal. Now Francisco U S. A. London, England York, N. IIOSIESS l vi .yjfliiLsi ',.' j 5 S.CnVrTO.'MKNT-lN.SPF.CTIONj; B "'.lli 1,1'-,.,.,.1 I TiiESOL'THCRN-COnONOILCC NtfVoi;K-5XANNAirAll.ANTANft'('!iU:N5 BaaiBBiiaaiiaaiuaiiuiiiafiiiiKB81 A. N. K. F (1907141 2172. fj teiii Larson, a beautihtl society Udy of Olds, Iowa who telk how with the aid of the Cardut Home Treatment, she was able to re! Iicve herself of all her womanly troubles and ailments. "What I nay for Vine of Catdui," she writes, "I say truth fully, and I could say a great deal more for it than I have. Be fore I had ever heard of "Wine of Cardut, I had been a sufferer from female troubles for eight (3) years. My doctor could only relieve me at times. I also received a fall, causing several dis placements, which added greatly to my suffering. "The doctors wanted to perform an operation, but I could . .,,-r.,. -ilfa,r'jiTiiiri'ririrt Here follows the true story of the sufferings of Mrs. H. C not stand the thoughts of that, and I finally began to take Wine of Card-.i. Since I began I have u.da great deal of it, about o bottles, but now I am well, and suffer no pain or other female discomfort. All thanks to you nnd to your wonderful medicine, Cardm, woman's relief und blessing. Whenever anyone says anytnmg to me about female troubles, my reply is always: 'try Vine of Catdui. It did wonders for me and will do the same fof you. You can get Cardui at your druggist's, in $1 bottles. i ry it. It may pe just w hat you need for your troubles. 1UK LADIES 1 O10S Big Port of New South Wales. Newcastle, N. S. W., is now a very Important port, with its 80,000 people and situated 102 miles by rail or bO miles by sea from Sydney. Tlie prin cipal shipments nra coal. Last year 1,779 vessels entered and cleared, hav ing a combined tonnago of 2,768,401. Labor troubles aro iU chief drawback. Btatb or Omo. oitt or Toledo, I LVI1A8 UOIITY. ( Bn' Fn.KC J. Cuenkt inakea outti ttit he U teolur nnrtuer of ttio firm of K. J. OmKitr & Co., iling bualueas la tho City of Towdo. County tintl Stale .rorctnltl, ftitU thut naH firm will pay tha euni of ONK miNPIIliU DOLLARS fur earn nnfl every caa of Oatarkh ttut cuuuut bo CQreU by lbs uu of llALL'B CaTABEB CUKK. FRANK J.CHETIET. Bworn to before me ami tubicrltied la my preaenco, tbta C1I1 day of December, A. i.. lSHfi. ) I A. W. QLEASON, lif NoriarPuauo. llali'a Catarrb Cure la taken Internally anil acta dlrretly on Hie blooU enl inucoua lurfacea of Lbr lyaleiu. bend for teatlmunlaM. tre.n. V. 1. IIIIEN'KV & CO., Toledo, O. Bold by nit nnuul.ta. no. Tail; Uall'aFalally l'illl for constipation. It sometimes happens that when an actor finds things coming his way lie tries to dodge them. Mw, Wlnalow'a Soothinir Ryrnp. tamruwiou, allay, puln.oure. wlui collo. ' Kca bottli. A worthy life la Impossible without a worthy motive. Iluskln. When You Are Praised. When you are praised by a man for whom you cannot possibly do any favor and who,. as you know, is awaro of the fact, you may find it reasonably safo to conclude that ho isn't laying It on any too thick. It Cures While You Walk, Alton's Foot-En 'c ia a certain euro for feet, hold by al lriWsta. l'ricf. T, . aeceptiiny .uhstitute. Trial nnr.knueFHFV Address Allen S. Olmated. l.e Koy. N. Y.' Hearing Strangely Restored. A man of Witten, Germany, who had been almost deaf for somo years recovered his hearing completely after a terrific explosion. Gnrfield Tea ia for thr.se who deslri a ideal axativcj it ia simple pur?, m ,1 an potent; it reKltes the' live'r t meironies constinnlinn .nj i,... ; KandUS1"" It avails little to the unfortunato to be brave. From the Spanish. I'7c,,;',('.in 3? minutes by Woolford1 uuy motion. iovcr fails. At druggists. Humility ever dwells with mcn 0f uuujv muma. reiinam. -ariaaiiaiaaTHiaaaiaiiiaai aaanwi 1 . in -t For Emergencies af Home JorlheaocljontheFarm SloMte Liiximeat Is fcwhole medicine chesi Price 25c 50c 6 1.00 Sand For Free SooUe. on HorCW..te8. SFbutby. ur.ti?.ri.5!oana Boston. Meis. - -' . .. . . "TiwimrT-'wmTTTrp'- 'i r T 'i - itit IfciiWi'A xttw fl'Siewii' Ui.ffxa fcvaft v fliiiiV'1 ''TaVtiiirti'i' 'i 'if If'l ' fTTT'l mi i ijhi..,,. 0 I t3&J ZA.-"i :,0".00, retail.