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THE MERRY MINSTRELS.
Mr. Tambo-Why does a human be. lng cross the road? Mr, Bones-I give it up, Air. Tambo, Now, wfhy. does a human being cross the road? Mr. Tambo-Merely to annoy th? chauffeur. Mri .Bones-Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Falsetto will now sing, 'Tve Gol a Senator A-Workin' Fer Mt." Nervous Women Thoir Suffering's Ar? Uou&lly D-u?i to Female Dieorclera Pith apa Unauapectsd A MEDICINE THAT CURE8 ECan we dispute women ate ner vous, it seems as ii mak?. you irritable ; you can't sleep, you are unable to quietly and calmly perform your daily tasks or care for your children. The relation of the narres and gen erative organs in woman is so close . that nine-tenths of the nervous pros ^tration, nervous debility, the blues, 'sleeplessness and nervous irritability arise ?rom some derangement of the organism which makes her a woman. Fits of depression or restlessness and . Irritability ; spirits easily affeoted, so that one minute she laughs, the next / minute weeps ; pain in the abdominal region and between the shoulders; loss of voice; nervous dyspepsia; a tendency to cry at the least provoca ' tion-all these point to nervous pros tration. Nothing will relieve this distressing condition and prevent months of pros tration and suffering so surely as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ^&ftg.. M. E. Shotwell,of_103_Flatbush" ATenu?TT^?uiiiVfl1: 'iV." r^TTrfte??""" ?I cannot express the wonderful relief I btv? experienced by taking Lydia E. Fink ' ham's Vegetable Compound. I suffered for a long time with nervous prostration, back ache, headache, loss of appetite. I Could not. sleep and would wink tho floor almost every night. ; '1 had three doctors and got no better, and life was a burden. I was advised to Irv Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it bas worked wondors for me. 1 "I am a well woman, my nervousness is all gone and my friends say I look ten years ?younger." ; Will not the volumes of letters from women made strong by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound convince all women of its virtues ? Surely you cannot wish to romain siok, weak and discouraged, exhausted each day, when you can be as easily cured as other women. So. 8-'06. His Source .of Supply. "Three-Finger Sam has the . most wonderful line of talk that ever hit Orlmson Gulch," said Plute Pete, gloomily. "I feel that ignorant I'm ashamed to converse with him." "Yes," answered Bronco Bob. "He takes an unfair advantage. There's no use o' tryin' to keep up with him In Western slang. He reads all them cow-boy novels the New York pub lishers are puttln' out."-Washington Star. i Raised Rhubarb in Cellar. W: W. Converse of Palmer, Mass., finds one or two redeeming features in having a furnace in his cellar. The furnace renders the cellar a poor storage for vegetables, so he bas taken to raising rhubarb. Last fall he set out some roots in a tub of earth placed near the furnace. Wednesday he cut stalks which measured 22 inches in length. They are pronounced of good flavor. HE WENT. Enamored Youth-I would go to th? uttermost ends of the earth for you I Voice (from the 'head of the stairs) Would you go somewhere for me, young man? Youth-Certainly, sir; I-er Voice-Then go home, or out and sit on the curb; it ls time that girl was pera itted to retire.-Houston Post. UNDER WHICH KING *Ths Alore Postum the 31 oro Food-Ihe Mo?? Coffee tho More Potion." The Pres. of the W. C. T. U. in a young giant? State in tho Northwest says: "I did not realize that I wag a slave to coffee till I left off drinking it. For three or four years I was obliged to take a nerve tonie every -day. Now I am free, thanks to Postum Food Coffee. "Afte:; findiDg ont what'coffee will do to" its victims, I could hardly stand to have my husband drink it; but he was not willing to quit. I studied for -months to^find a way to induce him to leave it off. Finally I told him I would make no more coffee. "I got Postum Food Coffee, and made it strong- boiled it the required time, and had him read the little hook, 'The Road to Wellville,' that comes in every Pkg. '.To-day Postum has no stronger ad vocate than my husband! He tells our .friends how to make if, and that he got through the winter without a spell of the grip and has not had a headache for months-he used to be subject to frequent nervous headaches. - "The stronger you drink Postum the more food you get; the stronger ypu drink coffee the more polsop you get." 'Name given by Postum Co., Butti* Creek Mich. ' : r' Thero'g a reason, EXCL1 Studebaker \ Columbus B Genuine Oin Planet, Jr?, J Pittsburg Pe These higl cost no mor ? Tannai AUGUSTA GA. LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS Both Houses Finished Their Work on Saturday Night and Adjiurned Sine Die. Reports Took Senate's Time. The Senate had three.sessions Sat urday, one in the morning, one in the ! afternoon and one at night. The mouing session was taken up in to ;i large extent by the reports of i-conference and free conference com mittees. A conference committee reported the bill to buy for the Citidal the i Charleston guard house, suggesting that the first payment, be made pu j March 1. 1907. This Avas adopted' by the Senate. In the afternoon au executive ses sion was held al which the appoint ments recommended by the various county delegations and* sent up by the governor were confirmed. The free conference committee on the solicitors' salary recommended next January as the time lo take ef fect and this Was adopted-. At thc night session there was little of importance. Senator Mai'shall called up his resolution to continue the State House litigation and spoke for it. Senator W. J. Johnson of Fairfield, who was warned of con tempt of court during thc trial last spring, spoke against the resolution. Senator Raysor took the view that the attorneys should decide for them selves without resolution to direct them whether or not they should con tinu?. The original agreement was that they should receive 25 per cent, cf the amount recovered. A vote of 17 to 5 killed the resolution. The usual resolutions were passed with reference to the officers> the em ployes and the press. President Sloan, President Pro Tem Manning and Clerk Hemphill received very conner oentaryre^ojtarioji^^ "Resolved that on the day of ad journment the senate desires to place on record its high appreciation of the diligent and efficent services, which have been rendered in expediting leg islation by "its- president, the Hon. John T. Sloan. "Resolved, further, That the senate hereby express its appreciation of the uniform courtesy and unvarying kind ness which has been exhibited by our esteemed president, who has so faith fully and impartially discharged the delicate duties as the presiding head of this body." President Sloan was also very high ly complimented by being presented, by unanimous vote of the senate, with the robe he has worn "so worthily" for four years. In connection-with thc resolution to C?en. R. H.; Hemphill, the clerk, it might he said that it was not until he became clerk that such resolutions were passed. He has filled the olfice for" .12 consecutive sessions and no more conscientious and capable officer could be selected or one who is more faraaliar milli the work. His courtesy and assistance to thc senators, officers cud to the newspaper men have made him famous and everbody who is a habitue of the senate knows and loves the general. By 9:30 o'clock there was practi cally nothing for the senate to do and the senators who remained sat about and gaped at the vacant chairs. At one time it was thought that it would be a good thing to adjourn until Sunday morning, but precedent tri umphed over discomfort and the body determined to sit it out. During the evening many acts were ratified.. In the Honse. Thc two houses of the general as sembly by some chance agreed upon nu hour for holding the elections to nil vacancies which will soon exist in the personnel of the management of the Slate dispensary. There had been filibustering over the proposition for a day or two and finally it was decid ed to dispose of the matter at noon Saturday. The result as to the election of a cahirman of thc board of directors of the State dispensary was a great sur prise. Mr. H. H. Evans, the incum bent, generally regarded as one of the ernst popular men in the State, was defeated by Mr. J. M. Rawlinson of Richland county, thc vote being 103 to 30. If all of thc absentees had been present lo vole the ratio of dif ference in the votes fight not have been affected at all. This was quite a surprise to every one, for although it was known that the incumbent was subject to a severe cross-fire, it was believed his personal popularit) would have given- him a good start in the race. Mr. W. 0. Tatum was reelected commissioner of the State dispensary und Maj. John Black, formerly of Collet on-, and Mr. Joe B. Wylie of Richburg, Chester county, were elect ed to succeed Messrs. Boykin and Towill, who were not candidates for reelection. At 12 o'clock the two houses mel in joint assembly to elect a commis sioner and the three member:? of the board of directors of thc State dis pensary. Senatr Raysor nominated Mr. W C. Tatum. This was seconded by Mr. J. B. Watson of Anderson, who some time ago was spoken of as a candidate against Mr. Tatum-although '< Mi. tson himself never announced his ' Jacy. There was no other iiomi Mr. Taliyu was elected. JSIVE AGENCY iVagons, the 20 year kind, buggies, standard of the world, rrer Plows, the orginal best, implements, for farm and gafde?-. rfect Fencing, electrically welded, every rod guaranteed^ fi grade and reliable goods e than worthless imitations. Lill CO., The joint assembly consists' of 165 members and there were but .128 present and voting- Saturday, For. chairman of thc State board, Senator Marshall llomiiiated Mr. Jodie M. Rawlinson of Richland. This was seconded by Mr. Haskell, Senator C. L. Blease nominated Mr. H. H. Evans of Newberry. This was sec onded by Mr. LaFitte. The result was: Total number of voles east 133; necessary to a choice 67 Mr. Raw linson received 103 and Mr. Evans 30. The free conference committee on (he Morgan-Rayspr-Maiimng bill con sisted of Messrs. Sanders.? Whaley and Richards, ?ild Senators Walker, Mciver add Effhd-. The fre? confer ence committee oil the Rucker bill consisted of Senators Stackhouse, Bates and Wells and Representatives Richards, Nash and Otts. The free conference committee re ported^on the circuit solicitors' sal ary bill that the house ?hould recede from the time when said change should go into effect July 1st: The iulary of eal-h solicitor will be $1,700; Speaker Smith announced that all standing committees would remain as last year with the exception of that, on the hospital for the insane and Dr. J. H. Saye of York and Mr. W. L. Bass of Williamburg were appointed on 'that committee. ? At the afternoon cession of the house Representative Whaley sprung somewhat Of a sensation. He, with My. Sanders and Mr. Richards, pre sented a report from the free confer ence committee to thc effect that it had been unable to agree on the Mol ga n-Raysor-Manni?g bill, and the house accepted the report, thus kill the bill. Mr. Foster moved t?i?t thc geii.ti? men of the Committed h? requested td explain Why they wert uhabletajg^ with the sehat? . bffli >W^feSTp iii the lobbies and lilfct ii?ct prompted Mr. Foster's in quiry. Mr. - Whaley said that when they went into conference they were asked if the house wanted anything particu larly. They had stated on behalf of the house that there was .one proposi tion they wanted to start With; and that is that the house wanted the State dispensary abolished. Some time ago there had been in the news papers the chame that the Charleston delegation -had engaged iii a dirty deal with the prohibitionists, He wanted to say so, far as he is con^ cerned no such deal had ever been made. But he wanted to say; ''The Morgan bill could have beeil fixed up? could have beeb am??dedi if I had consented to go into a (teal. Today if 1 personally had give in Charlestori wou-d have had high license, but you would have had tlie State dispensary with my vote. I consider that ? rep1 resent, in part) all of the people dud not Charleston alone and if all my constituents had asked mc to go into this deal, I would not have done so when I had been instructed by the hf/use to accept no bill which permit ido the State dispensary to continue." NOTED PERSONALITIES. King Alfonso is bis own chauffeur. King Edward used to wear a No. 7 hat. Now he wears a 7%. The King of Portugal is the best royal rifle shot in the world. Th3 wealth of the Rockefeller fam ily is estimated at 51.000,000,000= Congressman "Nick"' Longworth is said to be un amateur violinist. The German Emperor has added two new seventy-horse-power automobiles to his collection. Prince Louis Napoleon is now in the Russian'service as Governor-General of the Caucasus. George Meredith is one of the group of authors who remain faithful to the old-fashioned quill pen. Sir Oliver Lodge, whose name is fa mous in connection with psychical re search, was put Into business at the age of fourteen. Abdul Hamid, the Sultan of Tur key, always expresses the greatest as tonishment when told fha. reforms have lot been carried out. The Earl of Halsbury, who on the change of ministry resigned the chan cellorship of Euglaud, retires at tbe advauced agc of eighty years. Henry Gassaway Davis, Democratic candidate for vice-President at the last national election, was conducted through the Senate the other day. Prince Khillhofr*. who has acquired fame in connection with the Trans Siberian Railway, renounced his lille and estate when a young man, and emigrated to this country. President Roosevelt and Secretary Metcalf of the Department of Com merce and Labor have ordered an in vestigation of the fish and fisheries of Japan and' Saghalien Ishnd during next summer. Senator Clark, of Wyoming, is chair man of the great Judiciary Committee. WASHING BLANKETS. A housewife whose blankets always retain their softness without shrink ing gives the secret. Make the suds in a tub with any good white snap, having the water hot. Dissolve in it a tablespoonful of borax. Run threads around soiled spots on the blanket so that they may bo found after they are wet. Rinse thc blankets up and down vigorously, rubbing only the marked spots. Never rub soap direct ly on them. Prepare another hot suds with borax and put the blankets in it. Rinse up and down for several minutes, then rinse in clear hot wat er, softened with borax. Rinse In as many bot waters as necessary, then run blankets through a wringer. Housekeeper. Occurrences ?f Interest ?Vom All Over South Carolin? MANY ITEMS ?F STATE NEWS A Batch of Live Paragraphs Cover ing a Wide Range-What is Going On in Our State. General Cotton Market. Galveston, firm.10 7-8 New Orleans, quiet.1011-16 Mobile, quiet,.10 5-S Savannah, steady.10 7-16 Charleston, firm.101-2 Norfolk, quiet.. ? i . ? ? t ;::.;... ll New York, steady;: ;; ; .11.25 Boston, q?i??t....:: ;; :: 11.25 Philadelphia, steady;-. ;-. ;. ..11.50 HoUStOli; Steady>. .: ;; ;; ;.10 7-8 Augusta, steady; ;. ; ;. a ? m .10 7-8 Memphis, steady;; a .-. ;...10.7-S St. Lonis, quiet.. . ; .; ;;? ;. 10 15-16 Louisville, filTO;; .: ;. .; -111-8 fr ? Charlotte Cotton Market. These figures represent prices paid to-wagons: Good middling.ll Strict midding.ll Middling.....ll j Good middling, tinged.101-2 Stains...i)l-4@10 Want Bottle Order Annulled. In a recent report the dispensary investigating committee recommends that.the State cancel all orders the dispensary had ahead with the Caro lina Glass Company. These amount to 300 cars, the total value of which is over $700,000. The report reads: "The committee appointed to inves tigate the dispensary respectfully re port to the General Assembly that in the course of their investigation they find that the contracts between* the Carolina Glass Company and the dispensary are in a very unsatisfac tory condition, that higher prices are l-cing charged for glass than the agreement calls for, that there has been a lack of competition in bidding that glass has been sold to the dis pensary without written contract, and thal there are contracts outstand-j ing with said company for about 300 ears of glass, an unreasonable and excessive qnnntity. the contracts for which, as your committee believes, have been awarded at excessive price. Negrd Youth Kills Ajm?her. k[k?f<r^^-^\m\s Holley; a at the Whitney racing stables, killed Th?odore Rouse, another negro boy, in a difficulty on Union street here. Both boys are about 16 3'ears of age. There was but oue eye wit ness to the killing. Will Holley, a companion of Dennis Holley, who says the two boys were arguing when suddenly Dermis Holley stab bed the House boy in the chest with a knife. The two Holleys i-aii away and Rouse walked 200 yards and fell dead: A physician has stated that the knife ??enetrat?d Rouse's heart. Officer Weatherford arrested the Holleys at the Whitney stables. The blody knife was found in Dennis Holley's pocket; Officer Weatheford said to Dennis Holley: "Well, the boy is dead;" Holley replied: "Oh, you are kidding me." Wheu token to jail both of thc Holleys seemed willing to tell all they could about the affair, Dennis Holley asking Mayor Salley if he thought they would give him more than five or six vears. The Dam-aat Gregg Shoals. Anderson, Special.-The . Savan ii&h River Power Co. has award ed thc contract for the construction Of its big dam across the Savannah river at Gregg shoals. Under its terms the Work is to be completed by the first of next October, in which event the plant will be in operation by the end of the year. The com pany is capitalized at $1,000,000. The Bank of Commerce. The secretary of state has issued a commission to the Bank of Com merce of Greenville) of which several prominent meu'are corporators. Col. B. A. Morgan, orie of thc leaders in the house of representatives, it is understood will be the president of the new concern and the cashier will be Mr. Frank I. Martin, formerly of Greenville but for some time holding a position at Pacolet. The capital stock is to be $100,000 and the cor pora tors arc: Messrs. B. A. Morgan, J. A. McCullough, J. H. Morgan, J. T. Arnold, J. C. Brawley and Frank I. Martin. Union Mills Bankrupt. Charleston, S. C., Special-The Un ion Mills, of Union, S. C., were ad judged bankrupt in the United States District Court. E. W. Hughes was appointed referee to take testimony. The mills will continue operation by agreement with the Union Cotton Mills Company, of Maine. A trustee will be appointed March 10. The Un ion Cotton Mills Company, of Maine, and others arc" plaintiffs in this ac tion. . > mm Arrangements About Completed. Newberry, Special.-^The subcom mittees having in charge the ar rangements for the approaching cel ebration of the Newberry college sAii-centcnnial met at the office of Dr. O. B. Mayer, chairman of the general committee. The committee on finance, composed of Dr. O. B. Mayer, Rey. W. Jv. Sligh, A. T. Brown, Otto Klettner and A. G. Wise, reported that about two-thirds of the sum of money needed for ex penses had already been raised. We ?lo harm when we limit the phrases "social work" and '"social workers" to those who are working through societies, declares the Chris tian Register. The majority of the .best social workers in auy communi ty are those who give their personal influence, their daily attention, and the work of their hearts and hands to increase the well-being pf their neigh bors and fellow-citizens. Social work of this kind often opens out Into the well-ordered work of a society, but the society Is nothing unless behind it is the .social force .of a community of weii-wj^jiag uieu and ^qjpep. About the House* A. tablespoonful of vinegar shtru'ld be added to the water in which Usn ia to be boiled; The fish ie made firm by this treatment In case of sickness where a d?lL light l? required put finely powdered Bait on ? candle till it reaches rae black part of the wick, in this Way a mild and steady light may be kept all through the night by a very small piece of candle. A pinch of baking soda Stirred itttfl milk that is to he bolled wlli keep lt from cdrdlng. ? blt of it the size of a pea added io tomatoes for tomato cream soup will prevent the mille "breaking" and is a safeguard with all cream soups. Another bit cooked with green vegetables will keep them a fresh color. Onion juice is in many cases betta? Chan chopped onions for seasoning, I and may be procured hy tearing aa onion on ? Vegetable grater, when the juice will trickle 'from the edge, or by cutting in half and pressing through a lemon squeezer. The onion juice may also be secured in small bottles at any grocery store: ?IS TIME TO GUFFAW: "Well, old SI Perkins, the feller who wunst bought a gold brick, has beer the laughln' stock of this county fer twenty year, but his turn has come at last." "How's that?" "He's about the only man in the township that hain't got a life insur ance policy." ? Ctltea ftbeutoatliw And Catavrk--Medi _ino Sent Free: Th?se twd diseases are the result of an ?wful poisoned condition of the blodd. If you have aching joints and back, shoulder blades, bone pains, crippled hands, legs or feet, swollen muscl?s, shifting, sharp, biting pains, and that tired, discouraged feeling of rheumatism, or the hawking, spitting, blurred eyesight', deafness, sick stomach, headache, noises in the head, mu cous throat discharges, decaying teeth, bad breath, belching gos of catarrh, take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It kills the poison in the blood which o mses theso awful symptoms, giving a puie, healthy blood supply* td the joints and mucous mem branes, and makes a perfect cure of the worst rheumatism or foulest catarrh. Cures .where all else fails. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) is composed of pure Botanic in gredients, good for weak kidneys. Im proves the digestion, cures dyspepsia. A perfect tonic for old folks by giving them new, rich, pure blood. Thoroughly tested for thirty years. Druggists, ?1 per large bottle, with complete directions for home oure. Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and special free medical advice ?eat in sealed letter. ? good many think that religion is a scheme for geting God to obey them instead of their obeying God. Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullen is Nature's great remedy-Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption,and all throat and lung troubles. At druggists.. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 per bottle. WILD WITH ITCHING HUMOR. ?ruption Broke Out in Spots AU Ovar Body - Cured at Exponte of Only 81.80-Thanks Cuticura Remedies. "The Cuticura Remedies cured me of my skin dise?-.e, and I am very thankful to you. My trouble was eruption of the skin, which broke out in spots all over my body, and caused a continual itching, which nearly drove me wild at times. I got medicine pf a doctor, but it did not cure me, and when I saw ip a paper your ad. I sent to you for the Cuticura book and I studied tn y case in it. I then went to the drug ?toreNand bought one cake of Cuti' eura Soap, one box of Cuticura Ointment and one vial of Cuticura Pills. From the first application I received relief.' I used tue first set and two extra cakes of Cuti cura Soap, and was completely cured. I had suffered for two years, end I again thank Cuticura for my cure. Claude N. Johnson, Maple Crove Farm, S. F. D. 2, Walnut; K.an., June 190/5." Conscience will bc tender where it is first worn. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure ls taken Internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucoussurfaoe Hall's Catarrh Cure ls not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physi cians in this country for years, and is a reg ular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mu cous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients ls what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pilla for constipation The supercilious are simply super silly. So. S-'06. There is Genuine-S The Genuine U California The full name of the cc ta printed on the front The Genuine- Syrup c Packages On\y,fy m Knowing the above wi! lions made by piratical eon? dealers. The imitations ai therefore be declined. Buy the genuin^ ?lw?) It cleanses the system gently when bilious cr ? constipate; kidneys, liver, stomach and fc by men, women or children, effects from actual use and ol laxative remedy of the well Always buy the Genu MA STOPS BELCHING. Care? ??? Hre?th-Pail tire sad instant Cart Kroc-No Drug:!-Care? bj Absorption: A sweet breath is priceless. Mull's Anti-Belch Wafers will cure bad breath and bad' taste instantly. Belching and bad taste indicate offensive breath, which is due to stomach trouble. Mull's Anti-Belch Wafers purify the stomach and ?top belching, by absorbing foul eases that arise from undigested food, and by supplying the digestive organs with natural solvents for food. They relieve sea or car sickness and nausea of any kind. They quickly cure headache, correct tue il 1 effect of excessive eating dr drinking. They will destroy a tobacco, whisky or onion breath instantly. They stop fermentation in the stomach, acute indigestion, cramps, colic, gas in the stomach and Intestines, distended ab domen, heartburn, bad complexion, dizzy spells or any other affliction arising from a diseased stomach. We know Mull's Anti-Belch Wafers trill do this, and we wantyou io know it. This offer may not appear again. J-1-1-1 2240 GOOD FOR 25c. US Send this coupon with your name and address and your druggist's name and 10c. iii stamps or silver, and we will supply you a sample free if you have never used Mull's Anti-Belch Wa fere, and will also send -oil a eer tifieite good for 25c. toward thc pur chase of more Belch Wafers. ?on will lind them invaluable for stomach trou ble; cures by absorption. Address MULL'S GRAPE TONIC Co.. 328 3d Ave.; Kock Island, ill. ffioi Full Address and Write Plainly. All druggists, 60c. per box, or by mail upon receipt of price. StamDS accepted. Nothing pleased Frederick the Great of Prussia more than the present of a giant or two to add to his regi ment of tall merii FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervous ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer,(2 trialbottleandtrealis 'free Dr. B.H. KLI??E, Ltd..981 Areli St:,Phila., Pi; The Japanese population of iormosa numbers only 50,000.. / A Guaranteed Core For Viles. Itching. Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Diugglsts are authorized to refund money it PazoOlntraentfalLs to cure in 6 toll days.50-:. The Kaiser's automobile is thc only one Without a number in Prussia; * Td Cure a Cold in Cue Day. Take Laxative* Bromo' . Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on each box. 25c. Senator La Follette, according to a jour nal of gossip, is a vegetarian. Itch cured ia 30 minutes by Woolford':* Sanitary Lotion; never falls. Sold by Druggists. Mall orders promptly filled by Dr? Detcbon, Crawfordsvllle, Ind. 41. The Kaiser in his sports employs * 'al II the modern improvements." Save the Good Luck Coupons, Good Luck Bal is a blessing to goo far, every time, am when you use Furthermore, it is of the high priced kir That's money in your po If you cut out th( handsome^premiums. these, see the gift book f Your grocer ough Baking Powder. If nc name? THE SOUTHERN MF4 only One yrup of Fi; ? 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My wife got me using Doan's Kidney Pills,and as they helped me I took heart, kept on and was cured so thoroughly*that Pvc been well three years." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. t'oster'-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. King Philip VI of Spain collected dwarfs, and many diminutive sped ments of humanity were sent him on his birthdays. GUARAN* TEED BY A . C\?\C\ BANK DEPOSIT $Oi\J\J\J tOO FREE COURSES EKflaftftpCggEgi Notts taken: Limited educa tion no hindrance. Board at Co.st. Write" todttr. GA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE, Macon, Gi John White & Co LOUISVILLE, KY. EiUblUlitd 1137 Highest market price paid for raw ll illllict with ??veil eye?. SK Thompson's Eye Water PRICE:. CURE THE GRIP \iN0NEDAY IMPIE ll XS < GRIP, BAD I won't eel! Ar Call for your Ft WtJDien CABBAGE Pla anti all kind? of carden plnnt plants, urotvn In the open ulr noeds of tl? mont reliable tcet thousand acre truck farm. Plf ?fe eil. Celerv readv hist of De ?. p time or earlier. Rediusa cxy. will give us iU por cent, les . t! Cl.SU perthousand. largo lot S getts. S. C. Arlington White r. O. H.. Meirgetta, S. C. The has established an Kxpftrimti hf vegetables esneclallv Cabbages. 1 he results of t gire you at any tluie.-S'ours respectfully,-X. H. li sing Powder, the absolutely pure J d cooks. You can count on a sj i bank on your baking being cris i to every woman's interest io purchase I ids. It is sold at an honest price-io cket-about 300 per cent.-every lime the ba : coupons found on back of each can we For list and pictures of bund inside each can. . THIS CC it to have Good Luck >t, will you send us his C. CO., Richmond, Va. CURES [soc. and sl.OO.I Swine Disease s^Hog Cholera Send for Circula* tttth Dlrectfo?. Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, 615 Albany Si,..Bo5Jer\M;;s. Atlas Engines Many prospective pnrcbasers of engines wnd boiler! are under the impression tba: because the Allai Throttling Engine il of inch high grade, and becauae it in ruted with a balan?a vafee ind a main bearing, such ai only Corliss cn ? nts of other make! contain, it ia necessarily of inch price that it Is quite out of their reach. This ls not i ree. An AUal er. sine ia no higher in price tbs? ?ny other engine, except, perhaps, one that is mide entirely in a foundry. For your Informaliarr, therefore, we give /or I the present an approximate price open ? 12x161 Throttling Atlas Engine, range 43 i<3 do I Horse Powcir of S3S0.00 This Indu des engine complete with band wheel, governor, throttle valrc, and all regular trim mings and represents the price delivered (. o. b. tari factory, or, if In stock at our Agencies at any of the following points. Norfolk, Va. Minneapolis, Mints. Anderson, S. C. Omaha, Neb. Augusta, Ga. Kew Orleans. La. Montgomery. Ala. C.-eensboro, N. C. Memphis, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. Leavenworth, Ka*. Joplin, Mo. . Little Rock. Ark. Des Moines., Iowa Shreveport,. La. Ft. Smith, Ark. New Bern, N. C. Jacksonville, Fla. Athens, Gil, ATLAS ?aciftE WORKS SdllnzKearitsiaalldtJes INDIANAPOLIS IO " for 50c worth of lending 1PU5 noveltien ta Ckoto> w est Carden Seeds, li's worth of Universel Pre? uiitun Coupons free with every order. BOLtiIASO'8 SEED STOKE, BALTIMORE. UTA?sTKD-AGEXTS to iel! Henllli Hat"r TV Pomade, Hair M?wwei? cure? dandruff, falllnr bair. grows atrsilcht bain takes out tho curl; fifteen cenca for camp' c. l.OESERr Montclair, N. J. GUARANTEED TO CURE COLD, HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. 111 - O r i p in r to . dealer who -won't G sarango lt. KOSTET BACH: IF IT DOES?TT cusa, ic r, M.D., Manufacturer, Springfield, liq tis! CELERYPIaiiis! ?.Can now furnish all kinds of cabbage ami will stand great cold, urown from Urnen. We une the same ploma on our mts carefully counted ?nd properly pack . Lettuce, union mid Beet plan's, same ess rates prornlsed,whlch,whenoffectlve, ian mercriandlao ratea. Prices: small lots ??.O? to ?La por thousand. F. O. B. Meg Spine Cucumber Seed SUceuts perpounu. United Staten Agricultura,! Department ital Sratlonoii our lunns, to test all kluds he-e experiment* we will ho pleased to XITCH COMPAX?, IIEGGETT?, Every Coupon Counts for a Premium md reliable leavener, loonful to go just so p, light and tempting ;his reliable brand instead cents for a pound eau. iking powder can is empty. will send you useful and )UPON ON LABEL OF EVERY CASS rrriNa OUT COUPON SOLLOW THIS pm ?GOOD tjfC^K W6_^DE^ IS CAR AND SAVE IT. THEY ARE /ALUABLE ARTICLES. SEE LIST IN A?t??5i THE DEPARTMENT STORE or I MVrSCO.0nAwtB 3SI ro--.HMOwDVA.U.SA. "Wa will convince you that you can "Increase your yields per acre!! and you won't have to keep it a se cret, either. Read what Messrs. Wherry & Son, of the Magnolia Fruit Farm, Durant, Mis?., write: "From two acres of strawberries, on which 1,000 pounds of Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers per acre were used, we cleared a profit of $75.00 per aero moro than tho other Wt acres of strawberries which had only 500 pounds of this fertilizer." Thus double the quan tity of these fertilizerson each aero of any crop, and moro than doubly "inoroase your yields per acre." Bo sure you buy only \ tr^inta-Caro lina Fertilizers. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. Richmond, Va. Atlanta, Ga. Norfolk, Va. Savannah. Gai Durham, ?3. C. Montgomery. Alt, Charleston,S.O. Memphis.Tenn. Baltimore, Md. Shreveport, La, hat Delightful Aid to Health r Toilet Antisepfi Whitens the teeth-purifies mouth and breath-cures nasal catarrh, sore throat, sore eyes, and by direct application aires all inflamed, ulcerated and catarrhal conditions caused by femininej?s. i( Faxtine possesses extraordinary cleansing, healing and germi cidal qualities unlike anything felse. At ali druggists. 50 cents LARGE TRIAL PACKAGE FREE. Tbfi Paxton Co., Boston, Ms