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Proof is inexhaustible that
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound carries women safely
through the Change of Life.
Read tho letter Mrs. E. Hanson,
304 E. Long St., Columbus, Ohio,
writes to Mrs. Pinkham :
?. I was passing through the Chango
of Life, and Buffered from nervous
ness, headaches, and other annoying
symptoms. My doctor told me that
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound was good for me, and since tak
ing it I feel so much better, and I can
again do my own work. I never forget
to tell my friends what Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound did for me
during this trying period."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For. thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots ?nd herbs, Bas been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, dizziness or nervous prostration.
Why don't you try it?
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
She has guided thousands lo
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Men enjoy doing anything they
don't have to do for a living.
TEN YEARS OF BACKACHE.
Thousands of Women Suffer in the
Mrs. Thos. Dunn, 153 VIn3 St.,
Columbus, Ohio, says: "For more
than ten years I was
in misery with back
ache. The simplest
exhausted me. 1 bad
no strength or ambi
tion, was nervous an?,
suffered headache and
dizzy spells. After
these years of pain I was despairing
of ever being cured when Doan's Kid
ney Pills came to my notice and their
use brought Quick relief and a perma
nent cure. 1 am very grateful."
Sold by all dealers. 5 0 cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
The cheaper advice is to get the
more it costs you to follow it.
'"Garfield Tea-& simple and satisfactory
lasativ.il Composed ot Herbs, it regulates
liver and kidneys, overcomes constipation
and bringa Good Health.
Members of the House protested
against Russia's ignoring passports
presented by American citizens.
F)les Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Paso Ointment is guaranteed to cure an;
case of Itching, Blina, Bleeding or Protinding
.Pileainwtolidaysormoney refunded- ?Oe
- * A GRAIN OF COMFORT.
"There is one little grain of com
fort for me anyhow," said a plain
girl, as she surveyed herself in the
mirror. "I may be ugly here in Amer
ica, but I'd be a howling beauty ic
the South Sea Islands. I'm just dark
enough and stout enough to suit the
local taste out there. Seriously, did
you ever reflect that beauty is a
geographical matter entirely? The
tall," athletic young woman whom the
Jap an ene would consider a monstros
ity, has onlj; to go to London to be
hailed, as a Diana. The fat girl is
not admired in England, where some
thing long and lean is preferred in
women, but there are places on the
Continent where she cannes off all
the prizes in the beauty shows. And
so it goes. Everybody is beautiful
somewhere in the world, but I don't
know that that's worth much to one
unless one happens to be in the
psychological spot.-New York Trlb
The Cerro De Pasco Company ha3
been incorporated in New Jersey wtih
a capital of $60,000,000 as the hold
ing company of the Hagin properties
There is nothing that makes the or
dinary man feel better and be meaner
than to give an order and have it ob
A millionaire is not necessarily a
hard-hearted creature, but as long as
somebody is bound to be poor he is
equally determined it should be a
million other fellows.
/ Should Have Steady Nerves.
The nervous system of the must
. ician is often very sensitive, and any
?habit like coffee drinking may so up
set tho nerves as to make regular and
(necessary daily practice next to im
* "I practice from seven to eight
hours a day and study Harmony two
?hours," writes a Mich, music student.
"Last September I was so nervous 1
could only'practice a few min?tes at
a time anil mother said I would have
to drop mr music for a year.
"This was terribly discouraging, as
I couldn't bear the thought of losing
a whole year of study. Becoming
convinced that my nervousness was
caused largely by coffee, and seeing
Postum so highly spoken of, I decided
I would test it for a while.
"Mother followed the directions
carefully ?nd I thought I had never
tasted such a delicious drink. We
drank Postum every morning Instead
of coffee, and by November I felt
more like myself than for years, and
was ready to resume my music.
"I now practice aa usual, do my
studying and when my day's work is
finished I am not any more nervous
than when I began.
"I cannot too highly recommend
Postum to musicians who practice
half a day. My father ls a physician
and recommends Postum to his pa
tients. Words cannot express my ap
preciation for this most valuable
health beverage, and experience has
proven its superiority over all oth
ers." "There's a Reason."
( Name given by-Postum Co., Battle
Cfcwk, Ute*.. Read "Th? Road to
HOW TO KNOW PURE PAINT.
A Way in Which it ?fay be Identified
After a building has been painted
fong enough for a weather test, it. is
easy to tell if the paint used was
made of pure White Lead or not. But
such belated knowledge comes like
locking the barn airer the colt is sto
What one wants ls a test that will
tell the quality of the paint before it
and the labor of putting it on are
Nature has provided a way in
which genuine White Lead may be
positively distinguished from adul
terated or fake White Lead before
you spesd a cent on your painting.
Pure White Lead is made from me
tallic lead, and. under intense heat,
such as is produced by a blow-pipe,
pure White Lead will resolve itself
back into metallic lead. If, however,
it is not genuine White Lead, or if it
contains the slightest trace of adul
teration, the change will not take
p?ac9. Therefore the "blow-pipe" test
. is an absolute and final one.
The National Lead Company are
urging every one interested in paint
ing to make this test of paint before
. using It, and they guarantee that the
pure White Lead sold under their
"Dutch Boy Painter" trade-mark will
always prove absolutely puro under
the "blow-pipe" or any other test.
To make it easy for you to perform
the experiment they will send you
"free upon request a blow-pipe and
everything necessary for you to make
the test, together with a valuable
booklet pn paint. Address, National
Lead Company, Woodbridge Building,
New York City._
Fallen By the Wayside.
Dr. Emil G. Hirsch, at Sinai Tem
ple, in Chicago, declared Germany lo
be a menace to the peace of the world.
No matter how crowded time may
be with events, there is always room
for the nimble rumor.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will bepleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded dis
ease that science has been able to cure in all
its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, actirjy> directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system, thereby destroy
ing the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature m doing its
work. The proprietors have so much faith
in its curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for a ay case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials. Addresa
F.'J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by oil Druggists. 75c.
Toke Hali's Family Pills for constipation.
OVER THE FENCE.
Norah-An* ph where'do your misth
ress be goln' tonight?
Bridget-Shure, she didn't Inform
me, but fm the looks iv her, Oi take
It she be goln' to wun iv thlm comfcn'
out parties.-'Harvard Lampoon
EYESIGHT WAS IN DANGER
From Terrible Eczema-Baby's Head
a Mass of Itching Rash and Sores
-Disease Cured by Cuticura.
"Our little girl was two months old when
she got a rash on her face and within live
days her face and head were all one sore,
We used different remedies bub it got
worse instead of better and we thought she
would turn blind and that her ears would
fall off. She suffered terribly, aud would
scratch until the blood came. This went
on until she was five months old, thea I
had her under our family doctor's care, b
she continued to grow worse. He said
was eczema. When she was seven mr -
old I started to use the Cuticura Rem j
and in two months our baby was a differ
ent girl. You could not sec a sign of a
sore und she was as fair as a new-born
baby. She has not had a sign of the eczema
since. Mrs. H. F. Budke, LeSueur, Minn..
Apr. 15 and May 2, 1907."
Most liquor would improve with
age if men would let it.
What Canses Headache.
From Oct o bei to May, colds are the most
frequent cuuse of Headache, Laxative
Bromo Quinine removes cause E. W.
Urove on box. 25c.
Every fool likes his bauble.
French. So. 12-'08.
of the happy homes of to-day is a vast
fund of information as to the best methods
of promoting heal lb and sappiness and
right living and knowledge of the world's
Products of actual excellence and
reasonable claims truthfully presented
and which have attained to world-wide
acceptance through thc approval of the
Well-informed of the World; not of indi
viduals only, but of the many who have
the happy faculty of selecting and obtain
ing the best the world affords.
One of the products of that class, of
known component parts, an Ethical
remedy, approved by physicians and com
mended by tlic Well-informed of the
World as a valuable and wholesome family
laxative is thc well-known Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial
effects always buy the genuine, manu-,
factured by the California Fig Syrup Co.,
only, and for .ale by all leading druggists.
WHY TEA MUST NOT BOIL.
There ls a reason for all the things
many housewives do blindly. A good
housekeeper will never boll her tea,
though she could not tell you why.
Here is the reason: The desirable
clements in tea are the stimulating
principle, thelne and the essential oil,
which gives fragrance. An undesir
able element In tea is tannin, a bitter
astringent substance. Tannin in the
stomach interferes with digestion by
hardening the proteid substances in
the food, lt also toughens and hard
ens the lining of the stomach. The
problem Is to make tea so as to se
cure the desirable qualities and avoid
the tannin. This is really a very
simple thing to do. The essential olj
and theme are readily and quickly
dissolved from the tea leaves upon
the application of bolling water. Sim
mering water makes weak, Insipid In
fusion tea. Aftr;r the water has stood
on the leaves five minutes, the pres
ence of the astringent tannin is ap
parent, and If the water with the
leaves be boiled rather than steeped,
tannin ls extracted in quantity. Tea,
made by pouring water over the
"spent" tea leaves that have been left
standing in a teapot from a previous
meal, 1B a slow but sure poison,-?
Proverbs and Phrases.
You can nag a man into purgatory
easier than you can pray him into
At present I live in hope, but the
issue is in the hand of tho gods.
A good canse makes a stout heart
?nd a strong arm i-Gorman,
jj Late ffe?&ii' |
ii In 'Brief A I
?; MINOR MATTERS OF INTEREST f
Two persons are dead as the re
pult of forest fires that swept over
part of Sampson county, North Car
North Carolina retail merchants in
large numbers have resolved to boy
cott Virginia shippers because of
their efforts to defeat the efforts of
North Carolina cities in procuring
fairer freight rates.
More than one hundred laborers
have been laid off from the Spencer,
Nf. C., shops of the Southern Rail
way. At Columbia, S. C., 50 were
laid off, and thc shops at Atlanta,
Ga., and at Selma, Ala., have been
closed. 200 to 300 have been laid
aft at Knoxville, Tenn.
Napoleon's Union School, at To
ledo, Ohio, the property of which
was valued at $110,000, was totally
destroyed by fire on Tuesday morn
ing. The children were just begin
ning to enter the building when thc
lire was discovered, hence there was
?o lost of life.
Joseph H. McCullough, of Green
ville, S. C., has withdrawn from the
race for United States senator in cr
ier to devote his whole time to his
duties as one of the receivers ap
pointed by Judge Pritchard to wind
up the of.fr.irs of the old State dis
Railroads, own over $150,000,000 in
.?oal lands that must be sold undei
.he commodities clause of the Rate
Perry Belmont predicts that the
Democratic candidate for President
will carry New York State.
Delegates from all parts of the
world will attend the Mothers' Con
gress in Washington this week.
An unidentified foreigner pleaded
for a job in Norfolk, got it, becanu
ill in an hour and died.
A son of J. L. Rodgers, of Grafton,
who disappeared, is dead, and Mi's
Rog?is is delaying the fumerai ii
the hope of her husband's return
Conditions in the iron and steel
?ndustry are reported to be improv
A bride of a month turned from
lier husband in New York when he
ivas accused of theft and by his
silence admitted thc charge.
Hiram Maine, 64 years old, was ar
rested at Indianapolis for writing
threatenings letters to Speaker Can
The action of tho Attorney-Gener
al of South Carolina iu attacking
Judge Pritchard and advising tin
State board not to turn over the dis
pensary fund to the receivers named
by him is severely condemned at thc
Warden Frank Conley, of the Mon
tana penitentiary, was badly gasheo
ad Assistant Warden John Robin
i son was killed by three prisoners whe j
tried to escape.
Congressman Adolph Me} er, OJ
New Orleans, is dead.
The British public is deeply anger
ed over the alleged attempt of Em
peror William to meddle in Britisl
Shanghai distrusts the protesta
tious of the Japanese that their in
tentions are peacable.
General Stossel has been senten
jed, but it is believed the Czar wii
commute the sentence.
It is rumored in Lisbon that th?
young King of Portugal will w?d thi
only daughter of Emperor W .iam
All of the little victims of tb*
Colinwood school fire were buried.
The attitude of Japan is regard?e j
as cn intentionally menacing one b.
The city of Barcaionia has mad'
preparations to receive King Alfonso
but fears that anarchists will-malu
good the threat to kill him while In
William Dean Howells was receiv
ed in private audience by King Vic
Thc Minnecofa Democratic State
Convention declared for Governoi
Johnson after a hot fight by Bryan
Chancellor Day, of the Syracuse
University, is charged by Rev. Geo
A. Cooke of violating the laws o>
the Methodist church by his attacl
The brother of Walter F. Baker, ot
Boston, who died under strange cir
cumstances in New York, bas prevaii
.d upon thc New Jcisey au.'horitici
to make a searching investigation.
A Philadelphia boy confessed start
ing ll fires to see the engines run.
Ellwood T. HOUM, first vice-presi
dent of the Union Trust Company, ol
Detroit, and a native of Wilmington.
Del., shot himself dead because ol
financial worry and ill health. .
The enforcement of thc Local Op
tion law in K*int county has resulted
in four hotels being advertised foi
sale by the sheriff.
Bishop Worthington's will, filed
probate at Pittsfield, Mass., contain?
public bequests to the amount of
A number of the most .prominent
society women hero inaugurated a
movement to secure better treatment
Tobacco Warehouse Burned in Ohio.
Brooksvile, O., Special.-Two hun
dred night riders visited hero Tues
day, and, after taking possession of
the telephone wires in order to pre
vent the giving of an alarm, destroy
ed forty thqucand pounds of tobacco
ui the warehouse of R. E, Cargon.
Special Eato Meeting,
ChicagOj Special.-Railroad rates
less than two cents a milo will prob
ably be adopted by several Hues be
cause of the numerous national politi
cal canventions and other meetings to
be held this year. Several conferences
on the subject have recently been
held and a final decision on the
special rate matter is expected when
the Central Passenger Association
mosts in regular smion this weoki
? Farra T?pies j
RANGE FOR TURKEYj?.
It is important that the iurkeys
have a wide range. The bird? are na
tives of the wild forest arid th.ey have
not been folly weaned from <* desire
to roam over a large section of coun
try. In growing turkeys on tT>e farm,
provision should be made ti) allow
thejn to run at will all over the place.
Wide range Insures a variety of fooJ
and that is important.
Sod plowing in the fall will help
kill due the white grubs.
Aim to bje a bitter farmor than
yow father or you wi'.l never be as
Examine the young trees for
borers, and punch "the pests with a
piece of copper wire.
Work that you do causes you less
trouble than the vjork you do not,
when you worry over lt. Fret not;
SOFT SHELL EGGS.
Experience with this trouble has
been that when the laying of soft
shelled eggs is confined to one or two
'-lens'ln a flock of fifty to 100 birds,
the difficulty is some Inherent de
ficiency in the bird's constitution or
Bl?ds having a good run or range
seldom lack for shell material, and
when confined a constant supply cf
crushed oyster shells, together with
a varied diet and exercise by means of
plenty of scratching, seldom lay eggs
with soft shells.-Maine Farmer.
A DOOR HOLDER.
I have a few large barn doors that
are hung on hinges and when I open
them I have always had to get a
stick or something to keep them
Dpen; so I "thought of this little thing.
i took a two by four scantling and put
a hinge on the end as shown in the
cut. Then it is always with the door,
-W. J; Rammel, in The Epitomlst.
SHADE FOR POULTRY.
Poultry, as well as other live crea
tures on the farm, delight in shady
places during the heated portions of
the summer days. They will give bet
ter service and bring better profits to
the owner. Forest or evergreen
trees, plum or peach trees always
should be found either in the poultry
yard or runway. If you haven't
shady nooks for your poultry, sae to it
that some trees or shrubs ara pro
vided for their comfort. , * con
venient, the hen house shou . a built
near an orchard or natural grove and
thus be convenient for the poultry to
range about in the shade of these
trees. It will pay any one to provida
this feature in the poultry yard.
MANURE WITH CLOVER.
While clover will help keep up
soils, yet many go too far and expect
a crop of\clover to produce a heavy
grain crop' and at the same time keep
the field in good state of fertility.
It will pay to put manure on clover,
both for inducing a thicker stand
and also for enriching the soil for
succeeding crops. It has become a
too general practice to delay sowing
clover and applying manure until the
limit of production has been passed.
When corn and oats are grown and
fed on the farm where sufficient stock
is kept to consume all forage as well
as grain crops,'there is ample manure
made to cover about one-fourth of the
farm every year. Put this manure
on the clover. This practice will giv^
fine results with every crop used in
the rotation.-L. C. Brown, in th*
New York Tribune.
A reader of The Epitomlst asks
how he can prevent his hens from
eating eggs. He says he feeds plenty
of meat and supplies a libsral supply
of oyster shells.
This trouble is a great bugbear
indeed, but as a matter of fact the
trouble can be stopped comparatively
Provide dark nests for the hens to
lay in and discard all nests that are
low down. It is often low nests that
teach the hens the habit pf egg-eat
ing, because there the hens can see
and eat broken eggs.
We feed crushed egg shells to our
laying hens; this goe3 a long way to
ward preventing egg-eating ?nd also
a liberal supply of crushed et0 shells
is almost a certain cure for the habit.
Provide a few china nest eggs in
a conspicuous manner for the hens
to pick at and this will soon convince
them that there are other things in
the world to eat besides eggs.
Charcoal ^in boxes near the grit
boxes will soon satisfy their appetite
for mineral .matters. You will find
also that when egg shelis are supplied
your egg yield will be increased. Most
of the poultry dealers can supply you
with fresh crushed egg shells.
Give your hens plenty of exercise
and they will not contract the habit
of egg-eating nearly so quickly, lt
is usually the idle hen that falls prey
to such habits.-J. C. Clipp, In Th<
An American speeding over the
continent of Europe in his automo
bile asked his chauffeur: "Where are
we?" "In Paris," shouted the man
at the wheel, and the dust flew. "Oh,
never mind the details," irritably
screamed the American millionaire,
"I mean what continent."-Argo
A real estate agent at Mansfield,
Mass., recently sold a farm for $2500
and took the pay in 25,000 dimes,
which required seven hours to count.
Harry, a four-year-old, was stand
ing on the front steps, when an Ital
ian organ-grinder, with a monkey,
stopped and bega* to play. Harry's
mother gave him a penny, which he
threw oh the walk. The monkey
picked it up and put it in his masters
hat. Harry clapped his hands with
delight, and said, "Ma. ma, what do
you think! the monkey picked up the
penny an' Kaye it to his fader!"---Bee
Hive, Jiki:i -
Dr. Hartman has claimed for many years that Peruna is an EXCELLENT
PAT APT? TT REMEDY. Some of the doctor's critics have disputed tlie dccfcsr's
?laim as to the efficacy of Perrina.
Since tho ingredients of P?rima are no longer a secret, what do the medi
cal authorities say concerning the remedie? of which Perrina is composed?
Take, for instance, the ingredient EYDRASTIS CANADENSI3, 03
BOLDEST SEAL. The United States Dispensatory says of thia herbal remedy,
that it ?3 largely employed in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes,
shronic rhinitis (nasal catarrh), atonic dyspepsia (catarrh of the stomach),
chronic intestinal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice (catarrh of the liver), and in
Siseased mucous membranes of the pelvic organs. It is also recommended for
the treatment of various forms of diseases peculiar to wemen.
Another ingredient of Peruna, COEYDALIS PORHOSA, is classed in tho
United States Dispensatory as a tonic.
, CEDRON SEEDS is another ingredient of Peruna, an excellent drr.g thr.t
has been very largely overlooked by the medical profession for the past fifty
years. THE REEDS ARE TO EE POUND IN VERY PEW DRUG STORES.
The United States Dispensatory says of the action of cedr?n that it u used as
a bitter tonic and in the treatment of dysentery, and ia intermittent di?ccse3
os a SUBSTITUTE FOR QUININE.
OIL OF COPAIBA, another ingredient of P?rima, is classed by the United
States Dispensatory as a mild stimulant and diuretic. It acts on the stomach
and intestinal tract. It acts as a stimulant on the genitc-urinary membranes.
Useful in chronic cystitis, chronic dys
Our Peruna Tablet
ls Peruna With
eatery and diarrhea, and some chronic
discaces of the liver and kidneys.
. T.dese opinions as to the ingredients
of Peruna are held by all writers cn
the subject, including Bartholom and
Scudder. . <
OJ? HYDRASTIS, BARTHOLOM
BAYS it is applicable to stomatitis
(catarrh of the mucous surfaces of the mouth), follicular pharyngitis (catarrh
of the pharynx), chronic coryza (catarrh of the head). This irriter classes
hydrastis as a stomachic tonic, useful in stonie dyspepsia (chronic gastric
catarrh), catarrh of the duodenum, catarrh of the gall duct, catarrh of tho
intestines, catarrh of the kidneys (chronic Bright's disease), catarrh cf tho
bladder, and catarrh of other pelvic organs.
BARTHOLOW REGARDS COPAIBA as an excellent remedy for chronic
catarrh of the bladder, chronic bronchitis (catarrh of the bronchial tubes). .
BARTHOLOW STATES THAT CUEEB, an ingredient of Peruna, pro
motes the appetite and digestion, increases the circulation of the blood. Use
fill in chronic nasal catarrh, follicular phaiyngitis (catarrh of the pharynx),
increasing the tonicity of the mucous membranes of the throat. It also re
lieves hoarseness. Useful in atonic dyspepsia (catarrh of the stomach), and in
chronic catarrh of the colon and rectum, catarrh of the bladder, prcstatorrhea,
and chronic bronchial affections. ' VJ
MLLSPAUGH, MEDICINAL PLANTS, one of the most autkoritativa
works on medicinal herbs in the English, language, in commenting upen
COLLINSONIA CANADENSIS, says that it acts on tho pneumogastric and
vaso motor nerves. It increases the secretions of tho mucous membranes b
generad. In the mountains of Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Carolina,
collinsonia canadensis is considered a panacea for many disorders, including
headache, colic, cramp, dropsy and indigestion. DR. SCUDDER regards it
highly aa a remedy in chronic diseases of the' lungs, heart disease and asthma.
These citations ought to be sufficient to show to any candid mind that Po
ru?a is a catarrh remedy. Surely, such herbal remedies, that command tho
enthusiastic confidence of the highest authorities obtainable, brought tcgethci
in proper combination, ought to make a catarrh remedy of the highest efficacy.
This is our claim, and we are abb to substantiate this claim by ampl9
quotations from the HIGHEST Li LD I CAL AUTHORITIES IN ?HE WOULD.
Peruna is sold by your local dru ggist. Buy a bottle today.
Thanks. Nothing H
I received your sample bottle of Minard's Liniment and used
It, and think it the best there is, as it has helped mc. Last May,
when moving, I hurt my back, and have doctored for it ever since.
I also think your Liniment is fine for hetdaches. I waited until
I was sure I could purchase it here before I wrote, so if I could not,
would send for it. Yours with thanks, A. L. Giles. Powerful,
penetrating and soothing, free from oil or grease, and beneficial
alike for child or adult, containing nothing injurious to even the
most sensitive system, Minard's Liniment is at once the most
effective, economical, agreeable and clean lo use external applica
tion for rheumatism, neuralgia, stiffness of limbs, joints or muscles,
Sore feet or hands, chest pains or hoarse n?s;, proof of which is
found in the grateful letters of those who have used it, like thc one
above signed by
A- L GILES
753 Tawling Ave., Troy, N. Y.
A special bottle sent free on request. Mtnnrrl'a Uniment Mfg. Co., South
If you have female troi
of v/hich Cardui is compost
build up the womanly strer
act in a scientific manner 01
Mrs. Annie Hamilton, c
troubles, I could not sleep,
tress. At last, I took Cardi
mm foi uss m
It is a very effective
doesn't work at all.
PITS,St. Vitud'DancnrNervoUs Diseas?b per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerv?
Restorer, fi trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa,
No man can transfer a better title
than bc lias himself._
Stop That Coiigii
before it becomes chronic. Get
Brown's Bronchial Troches, thc best
preparation known for coughs.
He who possesses land also posses
ses that which is above it.
Something New Under thc Sun.
A lady in Illinois sent us 12c a year r.jro
for our remarkable collection of vegetable
and flower see-.'j and sold $37.76 worth
therefrom, or made 314 per cent. That'd
.?'ust send thia not;c2 with 12c and re
ceive the mest original seed aud plant
catalog published and
1 pkg. "Quick Quick" Carrot..10
1 pkg. Earliest Ripe Cabbage..10
1 pkg. Earliest Emerald Cucumber.15
1 pkg. La Grosse Market Lettuce.15
1 pk?c. Early Dinner Otv'on.10
1 pkg. Strawberry Muskmelon.15
1 pkg. Thirteen Day Kadish.10
1,003 kernels gloriously beautiful
Ho wer seed.15
Above is sufficient ?eel to grow 35 bm
of rarest A egctablea aud thousands of bril
liant flowers and all is mailed to you
POSTPAID PO?. 12c.
or if you send 16c, wo will add a package
cf Berlins? Earliest Cauliflower. John A.
Saker Scad Co., La Crease, Wis. A. C. L.
No man will criticize your singan
as long as you sing his praise.
Do Yo"?' Feel Ac1'? and Durn?
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-E.ise, a
powder lor the feet, lt makes .ight or
new shoes feel easy. Cures Corns, Bunions,
Swollen, flor. .Smarting und Sweating Feet
and Ingrowing N:?iK i?o.d by all druggists
raul shoe store!?. 2? it;. Sample sent FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Leitoy, N. Y.
The eighth wonder is how well so
many shiftless people manage to got
along so well.
Time will tell-but
age to tell it first.
Only One "Bromo Quinine"
That is Laxative Ti omi Quinine. .Look
for tho signature of E. \V. Grove. Used the
World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.
How small a doctor's pills are
when compared with bis bills.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for umitren
ceethingr,8of tens 'begums,reduosiniiamm?
tion, allays.pain,c. ?es-wind colic, 25cabcttl9
Blue are the hills that arc far from
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford J
Sanitary Lotion. Never fads. At druggists.
Noblest minds arc easiest bent.
V/elcoma Proposition to Ladies !
WE WILL DRESS YOU ELEGANTLY. IN 'I II?; LAT
F<5 r STYLES ...MJ FASHIONS OF PARIS, LONDON A.SU
NE -V YORK rt MODERATE COST.
311'J -The "Vanderbilt" waist,
with lat03i Pi.rlslsn retouching:
built of flue, white sheer lawn.
Pwarf-tucked panela, united by
Val. lace Insertions, combine lo
create a medium yoke. S.WIS8 >S3S IS
embroidery of opea and blind '?'.) '-:
work, framed In val. lace Inser-tf ?"< ','r.V;
(lone. couiitructa side arches um! [*.>'_ ?>i VS: ..'??'>? .
epaulettes on the ?.houldirs. Tiny J'r'^i'|
gatherings fall from the yoke aud
medium plaits drop from thc
pl.los, enforelr^ neat folds lo the
full blouse. Va!, lace edgings
finish Hie tucked collar and cuffs.
Clusters of graduating pin tack]
adorn tho back In seml-flgure
fadilon. Bottom back. Made lu
white and three-quarter sleeves only. Price
?J ! posta ero free.
WAISTS from 51 io 515 cacm
(iun.rn.ntecM up iv I th every purchase: all
our Roods arc made lu bright, clean workrovim.', I hus
eliminating all risks of contagion.
Should you not bc satisfied wi tn your purchase
you m,\y return name to us and tile money which
you paid ?.will be refunded to you at ouee or ex
changed far otipr goods, wht?h ever you prefer.
Von (ihn Buy From Du: Ladles1 >?uitH,
Shirts, Petticoat*, and the anent and large*! as
?-?rtmenwof I.adieu' Waiata, Corset Covert),
Night (JOWIIH. etc.
EXEMPLIFIED 8ATISFACTIOX: A cw.
(omer irrites: "? futre receiver! thr good? ordered.
1 am delighted atilt mu friend? arc ntrprtted ai
thc limul ?i ami eheavnet? of the garment*, l'uu
arc everuthtni ]?ou rlaim tn /*<?."
WE DO A MAIL ORDEB BCSIXESS rtxcxustTEt-Y.
WK IM VE KO AOEXVS; NO QRAXCIIKS.
A fashion bock, picturing aud, describing thc latep
styles and fashions of Parin, London and New York
and samples of material for fronds mode to order
sent Prec.'Wnrre TO HAY KoaTi?s BEAUTIFUL BOOK
INTERNATIONAL FASHION CO.,
linkers and Creators of fashion.
20-23 Washington Piece, Kew York City
Tfo?PG Sss ?si?y
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IN OUE DAT.
Always remember tho full name. Look
for this Wf??tur? Oft STOTT box. 25o<
y AM CA MY ANNUAL TOUR around tho world witlT?QT of the best-known Tsri
i e>io3 cf Opon-Air Grown Cahhai:? Plaais nt thc followTtor grlce?. viz: 1,000 to
4.000. nt $1.25 per thou.-nnd; 5,000 to 9,000, nt $1.00^10,000 or : ore,?!
yo-;., P. 0. JJ. Mewett, s. (J. Ai! orders promptly fllled and sffljsfactlon Ruaraa
U't.d. Asl; for pricea oa 50,000 or 100,000. Cash accompany?Dg^ll-ordera,
ADDRESS R. L. COX, ETHEL, S. C.,
NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER
THE SCi'JKTIFIC AKD MODERN' EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT
EXTRACT C? THE CAYENNE
PEPPER PLANT TAKEN
DIRECTLY IN VASELINE
DON'T WAIT TILI; THE
COMES-KEEP A TUBE HANDY
A QUICK.SURE; SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PA1N.-PRICE 15c.
-IN COLLAPSIBLE TUCES MADE OF PURE TIN-AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND
DEALERS, OU BY MAIL OM IcECEtPT OF 15c. IN POSTAGE STAMPS.
A substitute fer sr.d superior to mustard or any other plaster and will not
blister the rr.oct delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of the
article are wonderful. Ii will step thc toothache at or.ee, and relieve Head
ache and Sciatica. We recommend it as the best and safest external counter
irritant known also as an external remedy fer pains Ir. the chest and stomach
and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints. A trial will prove what
we claim for it, and it will be fcur.d to be invaluable I i the household and fer
children. Once used r.o family will be without it. Many people say "It Is
thc 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 mall our Vaseline Booklet describing
our preparations which will Interest you.
17 State St. Ch1 ES EB ROUGH MFG. CO. New York City
For Abundant Crops
rep wita a generous supply of Potash in the
fertilizer at the
Crops cannot thrive in the most care
fully prepared soil, even with thc most
skilful planting, unless supplied with
the necessary plant-food.
fJ is absolutely necessary to plant growth".
I^Ptent Food" is thc tit'c of a book which we publish and mail free to farmeni
It is not an advertising pamphlet, but a book which every farmer should have.
GERMAN KAU WORKS
Nc?/ York-93 Nassau Street Chicago-Monadnock Bulldinjf
Atlanta, Qa.-?224 Candler Building
JOHNSON'S TONIO enos st rn Ich t ns ::i nrrow
f the trouble It is worth ?KV.l? n I t,l?- :-n-.l
.veli' for 5J iva:*. It b 10) time* belier .:?UU tho
Best Le-t thin ; made for ?ri?>pe. Writu
T?i3 J?:ins]^:s CiMU S Feyor Tnnij Co,,
AGENTS (without money) WANTED
p^ppp^a ra mm fm?
?: ttK%It yon pu/Terfrom Kpiloptie Fits r rFnllinfc
5^ISSbifknenar,r have Children iliat ?J SO, my
K??|||Ln. "cw Discovery and Troatrrsnt
i^V-fa STTi^? w'l' sive them iTirnorfiato rot.'sf, or
Bad Colo's ?j j a tygt
F li V fi K S i Keeps the breath, teeth, mouth and
jj i antiseptically clean and free from un?
' healthy germ-life and disagreeable odors,
which water, soap and tooth preparations|
alone cannot do. A
fecting end deodor
i ?zing toilet requisite
of exceptional ex
cellence and econ
for inflamed eyes,
throat and nasal and
uterine catarrh. At
drug and totJejL
j..-.-: t?3nn<tbi ruga WUK. j-.p i.-jwy uo'l.
|#;.y:-A; tree hy mail. O?TB AUKan-l f?ll oddroi
E?2 jJlY. li. MAY, M. 0..5? PM;I Slrwt. ?'.rv Y?rl
patf ?pus ?RI 9?
wa. QA PG-?J
ibles which need attention, take Cardui. The ingredient .
;d have a strong influence over the womanly organs and
igth. They are purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, and
i woman's vital energies. If sick, you are urged to try
II * val
if Stetsonville, Wis., writes: "As a result of womanly
eat, or stand on my feet, without suffering terrible dis
li. Now I feel better than I ever did before.*' Try it.
V/rite for Free 64-pa?e Bock for V/crr.-n, civ-ns symptema, causes, home treatment and
Mva.ua?. hin'.o on diet, exercises, cte Cent free on rccuest in plain wrapper, by mall
prcr.zid. Ladi;s' Advisory Dip?., The Chsttr.nccira ?icdiciae Co. Chattsnt
PW1 , 0 Ti * J> 0
ss swe??ng m? foftemmaKonof
fte glands rf ?hs side of fhe ftroaK
us6d GS a ?cng?e end cpplied io
Hie ourdde or Hie ihrocr reduces^
fha swelling cind gives instanl1 relief.
Lungs this ilnfmenS" is unsur
??oons Lisiimen?' is indispensable
when travelling because te
healing and antiseptic. -
r.irri, BOV^, VVCWE::, MISSES AND CHILDREN,
VVTT^ Doaslss retskes ?ndactio maro
?::;.T??Cr iii fVc//cr,. ?. 2CJ? tcr.gcp* arc]
Ta a" erases* vaft/e sitan an*; cSiior <=r^v^
;':o^c ir; ino world (o-dsv* ??'?*
Kl L. Douglas $4 2nd GS GHI Etyp Shoos Osnnol 39 Eqt?sliad At Any Pries
;? WTTO?f. VA I.. Dacelas :r.ne rn:l prlcftla sr.n:?od on hottom. Take >"o Rnl>?titutc.
l>v the hort >iic*; rlcalcM r>r^ywhcre. Jihoyj miled Oom fa<-tery to any part o? the world, ll'us
uated Catalogirco toouyaddre?i. >^'. i.. A?o VGjUJUS, Urockton, JUcaa.
Eaten bread is Boon forgotten.
Iri?h. So. 12-!08.