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Ladies' Home Journal.
Sending troth after a He. T> i? n n AM
i?i.m that ?a lie will travel '
in- ;tho Ma**-**^ number of the Lao 1 es'
Home ?*Ornal> with its great bl.ic?? dls
.plaj^ffoadings, who never ecAV the hunV
groveling retraction, with its incort*
'j?picuous heading, published t\v^ months
: later. It was boldly charged in the ^land
serous and libelous article that Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Proscription, for the euro of
woman's weaknesses and aliments, con
- ta'.ned alcohol and other harmful Ingredh
lents. Dr. Pierce promptly brought suit
aga?asji tho publishers ot Mw Ladies'
Homo Journal, for $200,000,00 damage?.
Dr. Pierce alleged that Mr. Bbfy \7xe
editor, maliciously published the article
- containing auch filse &hd defamatory
matter wraf the, intent of injuring hi3
tusine^rfurthermore, that no alcohol, or
other tojurlous, or habit-forming, drugs
.are, or wer ?vere, contained in his w Fa
vorite &esflfiption,"? that Said medicine
Js mady from native medicinal roots and
;contat?s/no harmful ingredients what
evcr/aiui that.Mr. Bok's malicious state
mesj/were wlwdy and absolutely false',
r Tfi th*r?traction nrlnt.pd hy sq.id JoMcnflJ,
?hev vyttft- furcod r.o a ck-now lodge, thiit they
igaastfrinea analyses of " Favori^,jPre*
yen inion j " from j om i nen t. ch.ftm.lsus. nTToi
xv I Po tn cern tied that, it. din nntp.nnt.njp aj
Coholox.aiiyoLT.hc alleged harmful oruSs*
?TTiesb facts were also proven in the trial ot
the action in the Supreme CourU But the
business of Dr. Pierce wits greatly injured by
ithe publication of thc libelous article with
'Its great display hc&dintrs. while hundreds of
thousands who read the wickedly defamatory
article never saw tho h-amble groveling: re
traction, set in small type and made as incon
spicuous as possible. Tho matter was. how
ever brought before a jury iu the Supremo
Court of New York State which promptly
rendered a verdict in the Doctor's ."?ayoi.
Thus his traducers came to grief aaa thvW
base slanders were refuted.
Every, girl .makes at least one mis
take on "her wedding'day-and that
is when she thinks her girl acquaint
ances envy her.
HANDS RAW WITH ECZEMA.
Sn flor? a For Tan Years-Spread ito Bt>dy
ano Ll bibs- Cured by the Cuti
cura llemcdies. \
"I had eczema, on my b??ds for ten
years. At first it would break out only
in winter. Then it finally came to stay.
Vha.i three good doctors to do all they
could, but none of them did soy good. ?
then used one box of Cuticura Ointment
and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent,
and was completely cured. My hands were
raw all over, inside and out, and the ec
cema was spreading all over my body and
limbs. Before 1 had used one bottle of
Cuticura Resolvent, together with the
Ointment, my sores were nearly healed
over, and by the time 1 had used the third
bottle 1 wes entirely well. . I had a good
appetite and was fleshier than I ever was.
To- any one who has any skin -or blood
disease 1 would honestly advise them to
get the Cuticura Remedies, and get well
quicker than ali the doctors in the State
could cure you. Mrs. ?~. E. Kalin, Speers
Ferry, Va., May 19, 1905."
Bits of Brightness.
Deacon Hardesty-(to waiter)
Young man, if I didn't know that
everything that happens is foreor
dained, I. should feel like blaming
you for having given me the worst
dinner I have had for twenty-five
J Waitera-Yes, sir; as soon as I took
a look at yon I saw that it was fore
ordained that I wasn't going to get
any tip.-Chicago Tribune.
X?oodfellow - Some wives act on
their husband's like a drive wheel,
and some like a balance wheel. *.
Cynicus - Yes, and some are noth
ing but a fifth wheel.-Boston Tran
Of course, a woman can't give her
correct agc when it is impossible for
her .to remember the day she was
HEALTH IS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL
Xt Helps Women to Win and Hold
I Men's Admiration, Respect anc1. Love
Woman's greatest gift ls the power to
inspire admiration, respect, and love.
There is a beauty in health whioh is
moro attractive tomen than mere regu
larity of feature.
To be a successful wife, to retain tba
love and admiration of her husband,
should be a woman's constant study.
At tile first indication of ill-health,
painful or irregular periods, head
ache or backache, secure Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
begin its use.
Mrs. Chas. F. Brown, Vice-president
Mothers'Club, 21 Cedar Terraoe, Hot
Springs, Ark., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
""For nine years I dragged through a miser
able existence, suffering with inflammation
and female weakness and worn out with
pain and weariness. I one day notioed a state
ment by a woman suffering as I was, but who
had been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound, and I determined to try it.
At the end of three months I was a different
woman. Every one remarked about it, and
my husband fell in love with me all over
again. Lvdia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com
pound built up my entire system, cured tbe
trouble, and I felt Bke a new woman. I am
sure it will make every suffering woman
'strong, well and happy, as it has mt.''
Women who are troubled with pain
ful or irregular periods, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), displacements,
inflammation or ulceration, that "bear
ing-down " feoling, dizziness, faintness,
indigestion, or nervous prostration
may be restored to perfect health
and strength by taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
that stands the'
Me do, for all kinds
of wet work or sport.
j Students ?n? ?heir Impelled a
Syracuse Univer~' dreaming the
bulldog last yp-?clueational adjunct,
animal a ?r, through its chancellor,
and ik? a lecture to the students
.gainst poolrooms, saloons, theaters
and tobacco which some of them must
harken tb with considerable dismay.
They are informed th?t these practi
ces will be - held to extinguish the
privilege of free tuition, and that
those who permit themselves such
indulgences must pay up and expect
no concessions from the faculty. A
young man, the chancellor ; remarks,
who smokes is a fool, at least in that
particular, and he ought tb take bet
ter care of his nerves aiid present ?
cleaner aspect tb society*
This is almost as severe as King
James' counterblast against tobacco,
or any of the literary arraignments
of that tremedous leaf. But they
have all fallen quite fiat, aud the
consumption of the article" lia's gone
on without pa'u'?e or surcease since
it Vras adopted into the uses of the
civilized races. It is open to argu
ment whether tobacco in the univer
sality of its adoption and the perma
nence of its dominion over its votar
ies is not the principal fact connect
ed with Columbus' word-creating dis
covery-. That wa;s only an historic
incident-, one hi the endless process
ion bf such to fade into a dim legend
sometimes, its record writ in cloud
but the introduction of tobacco among
mankind was destined to be branded
intimately into its concerns to all
after time ; thread of magic and mys
tery in the universal fabric of hu
msuity. The fulmination from Syra
cuse university against it is not like
ly to diminish its use in an)' precep
tive degree.-New York. Tribune;
Bit? of Brightness.
Ambling Andrew - Turn back,
pard; turn back" Dis town yer a
comin' to is de lirait.
Chilly Ny tes ^ What's wrong wid
Ambling Andrew-W'y, everybody
keeps ? dorg an' a woodpile, dere's
free cookin' schools-, a soap factory,
and de town's naiti? is Bath.-Chica
A woman considers a man worth
only what she can induce him to give,
Men . dislike to blame themselves
for their own faults, so they blame
women for theirs.
TYLER'S DYSPEPSIA REMEDY.
Many Have Dyspepsia and Don't Know
It-Read Symptoms-Money ^
Back if It Fnils to Cure-.
Dyspepsia in any form-, gas belch
ing, bitter taste, bad breath-, dizzy
spells, sour stomach-, heart flutter,
pmimimim ?riiii i i ii nervousness-, specks
i - t?^^N lor haze Defore the
eyes, vom i ty feel
ing, pains in stom
ach, side 'or back,
and all other symp
toms of Indigestion
or Dyspepsia. Ty
ens weak Stomachs, stops colic and
headache in 5 minutes. Heals can
ker sores, cures Catarrhal Dyspepsia
with Hawking, Spitting, Coughing,
also Kidney and Liver trouble, all of
which arise from a weak stomach.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy composed
of pure ingredients; no poisonous
drugs used. Safe cure and the best
remedy for all diseases arising from
stomach troubles. Druggists, or sent
by express 'for 5 dc. Book, "Key to
Health," Free by writing Tyner Dys
pepsia Remedy Co., Augusta, Ga.
Sands W&s Satisfied..
"Very well," said Mr. Quarter
man, when Sands, a grocer, refused
to take buck an alleged half crown,
"then you've got yourself to thank
for losing my custom. Good even
ing!" And he put it back in his
But before he got to the door he
flung) the coin back again on the
counter, says Tit Bits.
"Keep it," he said, with withering
sarcasm, "and pass it on to the next
idiot who thinks he is dealing with
an honest man and doesn't bite each
coin as he receives it."
And, with a comforting feeling that
Sands had not had things all his
own way with him, Quarterman
But when he got home and happen
ed to look over his loose change and
found the dear old pewter half crown
still among its more worthy brethren,
he went into the quietest place in
the garden "and kicked himself se
For somehow oy-other bo had not
the heart to go and explain to Sands
that he had flung a good coin down
instead of the pewter one.
"I think," said the reporter, "that
the public would like to know hew
you managed to live to such a great
age. ' '
"By perseverance," replied the
centenarian. "I just kept on livin'
Made Sound by Eating Grape-Nuts.
Proper food nourishes every pari
of the body, because Nature selects
tho different materials from the food
we eat, to build bone, nerve, brain,
muscle, teeth, etc.
All we need is to eat the right kind
of fpod slowly, chewing it well-our
digestive organs take it up into the
blood and the blood carries it all
through the body, to every little nook
If some one would ask you, "Is
Grape-Nuts good for, loose teeth?"
you'd probably say, "No, I don't Bee
how it could be." But a woman in
"For the past two years I have
used Grape-Nuts Food with most ex
cellent results. It seems to take the
place of medicine in many ways,
builds up the nerves and restores the
"A little Grape-Nuts taken before
retiring soothes my nerves and gives
sound sleep." (Because it relieves
irritability of the stomach nerves, be
ing a predigested food.)
"Before I- used Grape-Nuts my
teeth were loose in the gums.. They
were so bad I was afraid they would
some day all fall out. Since I have
used Grape-Nuts I have not been
bothered any more with loose teeth,
"All desir. for pastry has disapr
peared and I have gain'.r in health,
weight and happiness since I bega ..
t use Grape-Nuts." Name, given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Get
the ?amoiiB little book, I'The Road to
Woliviii?," in pkgs, "There's ft rea?
A THOUGHTFUL TALK
President Roosevelt Speaks to
THEIR NEW CAPITOL DEDICATED
Dost of Construction and Interior De
coration was $13,000,000. Building
Covers Two Acres, Has 481 ftooms
and More Floor Space Than Nation
Harrisburg, Pa., Special.-Thc new
sapitol dedicated is one of the most
beautiful and imposing buildings in
the United States, not only itt archi
tecure but in interior decorations and
furnishings. Thus far the building
and furnishings represent the expen
diture of $13,000,000. Thc building
is Roman-Corinthian in general de
sign, faced with Barre granite. It
covers a trifle more than two acre?
and consists of a main building an<?
two wings, the total length being
325, and breadth 254 feet, surmounted
with a dome rising 292 feet above thc
first floor. The most striking feattiro
of the exterior is the employment of
32 great .granite monoliths; each
weighing: 35 tons. The building con
tains 4SI rooms occupi?d by all the
departments of the State government,
including the supreme and superior
courts. It contains more floor space
than that of the Capitol at Washing
ton, and more than that of the capital
at Albany. The $?,000,000 spent in
furnishing the building have been
made the campaign issue by the fusion
.andidates who are opposed to the Re
The President's Speech.
. The principal speech at the dedi
cation of the new. State, capitol was
delivered by President Roosevelt. The
President felicitated Pennsylvania up
on the fine progress she has made and
the great men she has produced. Af
ter speaking at some length upon the
powers and duties of the State he ap
plied himself for a while to more gen
eral matters affecting thc nation nt
large. Among other things the Pres
I do n?t come here to speak only
of the past, and still less to appeal
itiercly to State pride. We can show
that the past is with us a Hying
force only by the way in which wc
handle ourselves in the present, and
oath of us can best show his de
votion to his own Slate by making
evident his paramount devotion lo
that Union which includes all the
States. The study of the great deed3
of thc past is of chief avail in so
tar as it incites us to grapple reso
lutely and effectively with the prob
Urns of the present. We" are not
now menaced by foreign war. Our
Union is firmly established. But each,
veneration has its r.pecial and serious
difficulties; and wc of this genera
tion have to straggle with evils spring
ing from the very material success
for which we are so proud, from the
very growth and prosperity of which
with justice we boast. The extraor
dinary industrial chang?s of the last
half century have produced a totally
new sot of conditions, under which
new evils flourish; and for these new
evils new* remedies must be devised.
Som? of these evils can be grap
pled with by private effort only; for
we never can afford to forgot thaf in
the last analysis the chief factor in
personal success, and indeed in nat
oiml greatness, umbi be tho atui'dy,
?ejf-reHant character of thc indi vi
dun I citizen,- But many of tlie*fl
evils are of such a nature that no
oj'ivate effort e;;n avail against them,
These evils, therefore, must be grap
pled with by governmental action. In
some cases this Governmental action
States individually. In yet others
t has become increasingly evident
hat. no efficient State action is pos
sible, and what Ave need through cxe
.utive action, through legislation, and
brough judicial, interpretation and
.obstruction of-law, to increase thc
,:ower of the federal government.
After showing what has been done
n the past few years to help along
he advancement of the nation he
We have actually accomplished
much. But we have not accomplished
all, nor anything like all, that we feel
must be acsomplished. We shall not
halt; we shall steadily follow the path
we have marked ont, executing tho
laws we have succeeded in putting
upon the statute books with absolute
impartiality as between man and man,
and unresting in our endeavor lo
strengthen and supplement these by
further laws which shall enable us iii
more efficient and more summary
fashion to achieve the ends Ave have
In closing his speech Presiden!
Roosevelt said :
It behooves us Americans to look
ahead and plan out thc right kind
of a civilization as that which we in
tend to develop from these wonderful
new conditions of vast industrial
growth. It must not be, it shall not
be, the oiyilizaticri of a mere plutoc
racy, a banking house. Wall Street
syndicate civilization; nor yet can
there be submission to class linfred, to
rancor, brntaliy anr? mob violence, for
thal wouid uitiitn ih?i cud of all oivilj
antioit, th?ye?gcil powers ?tro p.ti?*i??p
iililli of filial! nil wejl ?? lieyur
Planet, Jr., In
cost no more
AUGUSTA,'' GA, .
before h?Vfe the op?ttunitUsj foi' self
ishness been so great, nov the results
of selfishness so appalling; for in
communities where everything is or
ganized on a merely selfish commer
cial basis, such selfishness, if un
checked, may trausfor the great
forces of the new epoch into powers
of destruction hitherto unequalled.
We, need to cheek the forces of
greed, to insure just treatment alike
of capital and of labor, and of the
general public, to pr?veilt ai!y inan,
.ich or poor, from doing or receiving
wrong, whether this wrong he one of
tunning or of violence. Much can
be done by wise legislation and hy
resolute enforcement of the law. But
still .mote"must be dorie by steady
training of the individual citizen, in
conscience and character, until he
grows to abhor corruption and greed
and tyranny and brutality and to prize
justice and fair-dealing:
The men who are to do the work
of ~the uew epoch must be trained so
as to have a sturdy self-respect, a
po'wer of sturdy insistence on their
own rights, and with it a proud and
generous recognition of their duties,
a sense of honorable obligation to
their fellows, which will bind them,
as by bands of steel, to refrain in
their cjaily work at home or in their
business from doing aught to any mau
which cannot be blazoned under the
Wreck Near Chattanooga.
Chattanooga, Tenn.. Special.-In a
wreck on the Western & Atlantic
Railroad at noon Sunday, two miles
north of Dalton; thc 'north-bound
passenger train was hurled from thc
track by a broken axle on the engine.
Fireman Will A. Hughes, of Atlan
ta, was instantly killed and Engi
neer C. A. Bennett, of Atlanta, was
badly injured. The passengers were
shaken -up, but none of them hurt.
Every car but the sleepers left thc
track. Trains were operated into
this city over the tracks of the
Southern during the afternoon and
By Wire and Cable. .
Tobacco growers of Virginia -and
North Carolina decided to 'begin a
campaign against the Tobacco Trust.
The will of Warren S. Lurty, of
Harrisonburg, who left the bulg of
bis properly to his housekeeper, was
United Stales Senator Morton sold
his Alehmnrlc. estate of 1,300 acres
lo D. A. Langhorne, of Lynchburg.
Stom-Dainaged Vessels Condemned
Pensacola, Fla., Special-The Ger
man bark Maris and the Norwegian
bark Campbell, which were badly
damaged by the hurricane of last
week, were condemned by surveyors
of the underwriters and will be sold
at public auction. Both vessels are
wrecks. All vessels in this harbor
and vicinity damaged by the hum
ean arc being examined by surveyors
Senator Daniels Disabled.
Lynchburg, Va., Special.-"United
States Seator John Daniel fell while
going to tho Inter-State Fair, reveiv
ing a serious sprain of his right wrist.
Owing to the fact, that he cannot use
his crutch except with his right hand,
he will be compelled to remain quiet
for 10 days. His physician has put
the injured wrist in plaster: lt- is
probable that I he accident will cause
the Senator to cancel several contem
plated campaign spesihes in the State
.luring (lie month.
75 Shut in Buming Mine.
Bluefleld, W. Va., Spocinl.-As th.
result ot an explosion nt -the West
Fork mines of the Pocahontas Col
lieries Company, where the explosion
of 1002 occurred in which Superin
tendent Walter Omally and 10 others
lost their lives, 75 men are supposed
to be entombed. Two rescue partie*
have entered the mines and up to ll
o'clock Wednesday night two men.
named Dolbert and Godash, have been
rescued and revived. The mine is re
ported to bc on fire and the work of
rescue is retarded.
139 Warsaw Policemen Murdered in
Warsaw, By Cable-.-AcfOi'ding t''
an official report of the city r.:nbulan
oe department the number c-" pol ic
and soldiers killed during the pas'
four months is 32 and the -?.xfunded
107. One hundred and thirty-two cit
izens were killed and 3S0 were wound
ed during the same length of time
Terrorists stole -fa^OOU from a fm
Complete Uotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
fertilizer . Mill' Outlits, Gin, Presf
Cane Mill,and Shingle Outfits.
Building, Bridge, Factory, Furic
and Railroad Castings, Railroad, M 1
Machinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pip?
Fittings,Saws, Files, Ollera, etc. W<
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Worki
?fjgF" Repa is Promptly Done
the 20 year kind,
standard of the world,
the orginal best,
for farm and garden,
every rod guaranteed,
grade and reliable goods
than worthless imitations.
Occurrences of Interest Prom
Alf Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A B?tch ot tire Paragraphs Cover
1 |kg a Vide Range-Whit is Going
On in Our State.
General Cotton Market.
Galveston, firm.10 3-8
New Orleans firm.. :.' .'.' ? : ? ilO 1-4
Mobile, firm. .10
Wilmington steady. : .10
Norfolk, steady. ..10 3-8
flew York, quiet and steady.. . .lO.uo
Houston, firm.10 5-10
Memphis firm.10 7-8
St. Louis, quiet.10 1-4
Louisville, firm.10 3-4
Charlotte Cotton Market.
These prices represent the prices
quoted to wagons:
Strict middling,. .. .. 91.3-10
Middling.. .. :: .; ;; .9 7-8
Stains....;:; :: :;. : . ; .7 3-4(flS 3-4
State Fair Notes.
Columbia, Special.-Secretary Love
of the State Agricultural society left
for Macon where he will be for the
next few days in order to arrange for
the various attractions that will travel
the South Atlantic circuit of fairs.
As mentioned in The Stale several
days ago the attractions this year
are of a high order and V'? list print
ed attracted some attention. A great
:jnany_j\vajited to know if the bull
wrestling contest was i'reev "Secretary
Love stated that it would be. Every
day this man from Mexico will wrestle
with any of the South Carolina or
foreign raised bulls .and the offer of
$100 stands for the animal he cannot
throw. The act is said to be a sensa
tional one and attracts a great deal
of attention. The other day a sug
gestion was made that a "Ked Shirt
parade" bc one of the features of tba
fair. The idea has been taken up
by a large number of the members
of that famous organization of 1S70
and if a eomittee is appointed to carry
out the plan it will undoubtedly be
one of the best of the fair week events
A number of the "red shirters " live
in Columbia and those who have been
seen about the parade are anxious to
have it in thc programme for the
week. Many of the younger genera
tion have no idea how the hundreds
of men looked in line at the time of
the election of Hampton and those
who were there want the young men
to know exactly IIOAV it appeared to
the people of Columbia. Steps will
be taken to have local committee ap
pointed to work up interest in the pa
rade and all visitors to the capital
that were members of the "brigade''
will bc invited to take part.-Thc
That Emmigrant Ship.
Charleston. Special.-The Charles
ton promoters of the Bremen immi
gration line are awaiting advice from
the agents of the North German
Lloyd" Steamship company, aa gu vim?
nah. on lim matter mit* for the
outward bargo, Tho cablegram; of tho
steamship company to Mayor ilhrtt
stated that the rates would ho quoaed
by tlio Savannah office for heavy
freight h lid one step further lias been
made in the matter bf getting some
information on which the cargo of
the liner may be secured. It will
probably be a day or two before the
rates are quoted and then the busi
ness people will be able to proceed
with the maller of getting the desir
Pickens Train Wrecked.
Pickeiis, Special.-Thc Pickens
train was wrecked near Ferguson's
crossing, caused by a freight ear leav
ing the track. No one was hurt.
Money for Publication.
Mr. A. S. Balley. Jr., clerk of thc
State Historical commission, state<
that he is frequently in receipt oj
letters from people in other Slate:
asking what steps South Carolina i;
making to preserve and publish bei
historical recorefc. He always re
plies with pride that the Stale o:
South Carolina has been quite libera
comparatively speaking, ic makin?
appropriations for the preservutioi
of the records, but there has beei
little done to give the public the bene
fit of the information which has beei
saved in these old papers.
Killed on Passenger Train.
Sumter. Special.-J. B. Ellis,
white man. 20 years of age, was kille
at a double track switch one bloc
east of the passenger station. He wa
aboard passenger train No. 32 goin
to Fldreiu-e. In some way that ha
not yet been determined he" was strut
in two places ?.>ii tbs chin hy tho shnr
points of the heavy tin signals of ll
Bwitcli. ?His ?knlj ih helfe ved tn IMA
boon fra ci liveth -7
as with Joyous hearts and s
how conducive to health t
enjoy, the cleanly, regular h
diet of which they should p;
not by constant medication,
ous or objectionable nature
nature, only those pf know
and wholesome and truly
Syrup of Figs, manufacture
come into general favor in
of its quality and excellent
Syrup of Figs has also
they know it is wholesome,
ble physicians as to the r
original method, from certi
presented In an agreeable :
used io promote the pleasa
we are free to refer to al
medicines and never favor
Please to remember an
always has the full name
printed on the front pf ever
only. If any dealer offers
printed thereon the n?rhs c
the genuine you will not ge
a bottle on hand, as it is
v/henever a laxative remed
An ounce <
profit and loss c
a dry axle-do
property, great ;
the -longest pro!
the lubricant is
smooth hard s
body between ?
Color mor.: goods brighter uuU faster color? thuu any <
(lyu auy ?armem without ripping apart. Write ror
What a delightful old world this
would be if fussy people would only
lose their tempers for keeps.
H. H. GREEN'S SONB, of Atlanta, Gu., aro
the only successful Dropsy Specialists in.the
world. See their liberal offer in advertise
ment in another column of this poper.
A woman's :dea of a soft answer
is to have a j.illow ?-? her husband's
The kidueys have a great work to
do in keeping the blood pure. When
they get out of order it causes back
ache, headaches, diz
ziness, languor and
troubles. Keep the
kidneys well and; all
these sufferings* will
be saved you. Hrs.
S. A. Moore, proprie
tor of a restaurant at
Waterville, Me., says:
"Before using Donn's
Kidney Pills I suf
fered everything from kidney trou
bles for a year and a half. I had
pain in the back and hea-\and ainiost
continuous aching in the loins abd
felt weary all the time. A few doses
o? Doan's Kidney Pills brought great
relief, and I kept on taking them un
til in a short time I was cured. I
think Doan's Kidney Pills are won
. For eale by all dealers. 50 cetifs
ti box. F?sterwMjib?rn Co., Buffalo,
miling faces they romp and playr
he gamea in which they indulge,
ablts they should be taught to fon
irfake. How tenderly their healtr
but by careful avoid?nce o? every
, and if at any time a remedial age;
rn excellence should be used; fei
beneficial in effect, like the ple?'
id by the California Fig Syrup Cl
friafiy miljiohs of well informed fa;
s is based upon personal knowl?d
met with th? approval of physicU
simple arid gentle.in its action,
nediclnal principles of Syrup of
lin plants known to theni to act.
syrup in which the wholesome Ci
.nt taste ; therefore it is not a sec
I well Informed physicians, who dc
id te?cfr your children also that the
of the Company-California Fl
y package arid that it ls for sale
? any other than the regular Fift
?f any other Company, do not acce
it its b?n?ficiai- effects. ?yery fan
s equally b?n?ficia] for the pare
y is required
o? grease is sometimes the only dir]
)n a day's teaming. . You know }
vou know as well that Mica Axl
you can afford? ? Mica Axle Gr
icacntj because it alone possesses 1
adhesive power, and long-wearing
?table use of your outfit is to be
Mica Axle Grease.
; Grease contains powdered mica
urface on the axle, and reduces
red mineral grease forms an effec
ixle and box. Mica Axle Grease
a week's teami
Grease saves he
sequent! y sa vi
Axle Grease i
cant in the wo\
draw a double
dealer does not
Grease we wiil
?ithor dye. One Ute; package colors till fibers. They dy<
tree booklet-How to Dye, Bleach and allx Colors. Bl
Southern progress can almost be
measured, declares the Atlanta Con
stituion, by the number of technical
schicols in the south.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
j f eething.sortensthegums,reducesinflamnia
i tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
A girl will always be nice to a mau
unless she is in love with him.
i -? ?
BrcoKs up COLDS j
IN 6 TO 12 HOURS !
Trial Bottle 10c At Bmgliti i
Removes elf swelling la 8 to so |
da>*3 ; effects a permanent cur; j
in 30 to 60 days. Trial treatment I
given free. N'othlngcanbc fairer !
_ Write Dr. H. H. Creon's Sons, i
tiSaSpoclallats. 80s B Allanta, Qa.
Address ni (I) persons of tari
, . ? Indian blood who.aro not lit
re ll I bU in* with auy tribe, ii) of men
who served In the 1'edera' army, cr U) tho j
uenxeHt lr<n of such soldiers or sailors, now
liecwtsed. NATHAN BICKF011D. Washington, D. C.
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL-We offerhandsom*
-wold CufT buttons (ten year guarantee) for one
dollar pair. Plain .sliyiet button with monogram ls
Itopulnr now. DJi FLORIN CO., Baltimore, Md.
\\,rATcBJSf-Write t> r our local A?rocjr pto?o?l.
ru? A-IU?T? tloalliti? au-', mutual pre/jj,
-when In health-and
, the outdoor life they
TI and the wholesome
i should be preserved*
medicine of an injuri
nt is required, to assist
neates which are pure
sant laxative remedy,
ii. Syrup of Figs has
.tiillesT whose estimate
ge and use.
ms generally, because
We inform all reputa
Figs, obtained, by an
most beneficially and
tflfornian blue figs are
ret remedy and hence
) not approve of patent
? genuine Syrup of Figs
lg Syrup Co.-plainly
in bottles of one size
y cent size, or having
pt it. If you fail to get
illy should always have
nts and the children,
'ou can't afford
e Grease is the
ease is the most
had only when
. This forms a
friction, while a
wears best and
reasing does for
ng. Mica Axle
es feed. Mica
S the bast lubri- .
rid-use it and
i load. If your
: keep Mica Axle
tell you one who
1 Oil? COMPANY
? In cold water better than any other dye. You can
UK ROE I) lil. O CU., Union ville, missouri
CHOICE Pecan Trees. We Uaw thousands. Send
for prices. Co-Operatlvc Xnrsery Co., Olga, N. C.
? Eas fez? v
BEST IN THE WORLD
W.LOougi?s $4 Gilt Edge
cannotbe equalled of any pries.
To ?ihot fcaien:
W. U Douglas' Job
bing House ls ibo most
complete In this countrv
SHOES FOE EVERYBODY AT ALL PRICES.
Mon's Shoos, $5 to S1.50. Boye' Shoes. Sta
to$1.26. Women's Shoes. $4.00 to $l./?O.
Miases' & Children's Shoes. $2.CC to vi.00.
Try W. L. Douglas Women'?. Mixien and
Children's shoos ; for style, lit and wear
they excel other inakes.
If I could take you into my large
factories at Brockton, Mass.,and show
you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes
are made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, fit better, -
wear longer, and are of greater value
than any other make.
Wherever you Jive, you can obtain W. L* ;
Douglas shoes. MU name end price ls stamped "
on thc bottom, which protects you against high
prices and Interior shoes, ratet* no subxtir ?.
?ute. Ask your dealer tor W. C Dougtes shoes
end insist upon having them. 6 :
fS&Qdw. tuel?U uttat they will not miar bramu.
3Kri?8fer.T9,tr?te* C?talo* of Fall Styl?.
W, U, DOUQUS, Dtp, ?5, BrOiJlitOn, Ma