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IAD Y ? VICTIM
Mrs. Gilli?and, of Slier City, Was
Left ia Bad Shape as a Resnlt
of an AtiacK of the Grip. .
Silcr City,' N. C.-"I was in bad
shape," writes Mrs. Sarah J\ Gilliland,
of this place, "after an attack of the
grip; was bothered with womanly trou
bles, but since taking Cardui I am
much improved. It has do?e?me more
good than the doctors and I feel it sav
ed my life, after all other methods had
: "I thank you for the good that Car
dui has* done to me and hope every
lady who suffers will try it. I will
recommend it to my friends."
You can rely on Cardui being Of ben
efit to you. Its ingredients are mild
herbs, having a gentle, tonic effect on
the female constitution. The special
herbs are grown abroad and imported
bv us direct. They are not in the.
HIiannaeopeia,; nor for saleit-drugm'sts;
except as put up by us, so you cannot
get the effectif Cardui, except by buy
ing Cardui, the woman's" tonic
No other medicine or\tonic hasr ex
actly the same' results as Cardui, no
> other has thc record-of 50 years of
successful -treatments pf cases of fe
male weakness, debility and disease.
It is certainly worth trying.
Ask your druggist.
? N. B.-Write to: Ladies* Advisory De
partment. Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
jj Chattanooga, Tenn-, for Special Instruc
tions, and 64-page book, .'Home Treat
ment for Women," sent -in plain wrap
per, on request.
You have there hit the nail on the
F<?r ? Oj,l>8 and USCHI?
HickV CAP?DINB i* th? h?*jt remedy-re
j lleves the achine and fewrlshuess-cures the
Cold and ra-tores normal conditions. It's
liquid-effects immediately. 10c..25c and SOc
at dru? stores.
Demand For More Land.
. The demand for land is increasing
every year by the natural increase of
native born arid by the addition of
1,000,000 foreigners annually who
must be provided with homes. What
are we to do? We are not making
more land, but the population is con
stantly growing more and more and
the demand for land is growing great
er and grea'ter as the years go by. It
is beyond controversy that,- our p?o
. pie must be furnished opportunity to
secure homes. Every year this be
'comes more and more the nation's
duty. The greatest and noblest mis
sion of any nation is to settle its cit
izens in comfort and plenty in homes
of their own. ?
t ' r?N^TjTHAT PAW-PAvA
Pl LL YOU TOOK'LAST I.
NIGHT WOULD CURE YOU Ru
RESOLVED: THAT HEREAFTER I WILL KEEP MY
I LIVER STOMACH ANO BOWELS IN G?OD J?QlifllTJCtt
HMUNYONS LAXATIVE PAW-PAW PILLS.
IO PILA-g I'M A BOX. IO CENITS ?
Munyon'nPawPaw Pilla coax the liver Into
activity by contle metbous. Ihsj do not ico ur, gripe
: or weaken. They are a tonie to the stomach, liver
. and nerves: ?ngoru te instead of weaken. They cn-o
rieb the blood -.na enable the stomach to get all tho
nourishment ft-om to <1 that ? rut into iL These
plus contain no calomul; they are 300talng, healing
and stimulating. ' for sale by all dnnt>d ,t a in icc and
?00 sises, i? you need medical advice, write M an
yon'* Doctors. They will ad vino to the best of their
'ability absolutely free of Chargo, MUN VON'S
03d and Jefferson Sta., FoUodelpbia, Pa.
Manyon'. Cold Remedy curen a cold in one day.
Pice tte. Munyon's Kbeuniatltm Hemudy relieves
to * few hour? and cures lu a few <la> s. yricti ?tte.
This is Cyras O .
Bates, the man who
ad vcr 11 ses Mother's
Joy and Goose
i two of the sr rea test
things known to
"Having taken yonr wonderful 'Casca
rets' for three months and being entirely
cured of stomach catarrh and dyspepsia,
2 think a word of praise is due to
'Cascarets' for their wonderful composi
tion. I have taken numerous other so
called remedies but without avail, and I
rind that Cascarets relieve more in a day,
than all the others I have taken would in
. year." james McGuue.
108 Mercer St., Jersey City, N. J.
5*^**?* Palatable. Potent. Tatt? Good.
Hf %?*hJ1m7?r Stekea.Weaken or Gripe.
^.2?. ?e. Never sold in bulk. Tbegen
nine tablet (tamped CC C. Guaranteed to '
'jazm or your money back. flit
j " So .7-'10.
j Tho ideal PALATAL KOnmmet
Cat hart 10 rHV?i>**- Castor Oil
naiLDKXK ucK TUB anni*. ?^t?r^Fiu*ir*rr, Ctmtna
&rifta?,AUsPt<*(tleau 25C AU. DrtFOOIsT*.
SOUTHERN TEXTILE ASSOCIA
Meeting to be Held in Columbia,
Saturday, Feb. 19th.
The Southern Textile Association
composed chiefly of superintendents
and overseers in 'the various departs
ments of the cotton mills, will hold
its regular winter meeting in Craven
Hall, Columbia, S. C., on , Saturday,
. There will be two sessions at 3:30
and 8 p. m., and thc program will
include an- address of welcome hy
Mayor W. S. Reamer, of Columbia,
response by ex-President N. T.
Brown, of Raleigh, N. C., and papers
on "The Development, of the Wel
jfare Work in the Mills," by Supt.
J. M. Davis, of Newberry; "Cotton
Carding" by R. D. Thomas, of Char
lotte; "The Spinning Room,"< by
Supt. Geo. F. Breitz, of Bon Air,
Ala., "Mill Life in the South," by
Supt. Winslow, of Clinton. S. C.;
"Power Plants," by S. B. Rhea, chief
engineer ?hadwiek-Hoskins Mills No.
4- Charlotte, N. C., and "Dyeing."
by one who dyes. These papers are"
intended briefly to introduce the sub
jects, and all mill men eligible to
membership are cordially invited to
attend the meetings and take part in
Interesting meetings of this as
sociation were held during the past
year Tn Greenvill? and Snartanhuhr,
S. C., .and Charlotte and Raleisrh, N.
C.; and as this meeting at Columbia,
is to be held on Saturday afternoon,
when the mill , men are off duty a
large attendance is expected.
< ! Up To the Tanner.
It is possible within a few years to
double the average production of corn
per acre in the United States, and to
accomplish it without any increase in
work or expense. It should not 'be
understood that the present com crop
will be doubled, but that the same
yield will be produced on a smaller
number of acres. If fifty-five or sixty
bushels are raised on one acre instead
of two, the labor of plowing, harrow
ing, planting, cultivating and harvest
ing will he greatly reduced,'and con
sequently the eost of production will
be reduced. Poor corn crops are
usually attributed toi unfavorable
weather conditions, and quite often
this is the true cause as there are
few summers during which thc crop
does not suffer more cr less from un
favorable weather conditions at some
stage of its growth. However, there
are other conditions which are re
sponsible for the low production.
These conditions are under the direct
control of the farmer, and it is up to
him as to whether he will increase
and in many cases double his present
yield. . So. 7-10.
A Masterful Address.
Mr. James J. Hill, who is not only
a captain of industry, but who is one
of the really great men of this gen
eration, in a masterful address deliv
ered before the Minnesota State Fair
statement : It is certainly a moderate
statement to say that hy the middle
of the present century, when, our
population shall have reached the
200,000,000 mark, our best and most
convenient coals will have .been so
far consumed that the remainder can
only be applied to present uses at an
enhanced cost which would probably
compel entire rearrangement of i in
dustrier. and revolutionize the common
lot and common life. This is not a
mere possibility but a probability
which our country must face.
Good luck never looks in dark cor
The smile of a philisophic friend is
always too familiarly cynical.
Jf some chaps' stories were to he
.printed they'd read like pure ro
The voice of an egotist doesn't ne
cessitate a cornet accompaniment, but
it -'ill come in as obligate
Not <?ve$y man can occupy a high
place, and if this Avere true there
are more low places than high that
need persistent work. It is fidelity in
the use of wnat we possess that
brings forth fruit and that merits di
Head Bookkeeper Must Be Reliable,
j ' -
The chief bookkeeper in a large
j business bouse In one of our great
Western cities speaks of the harm cof
.iee did for him:
"My wife and J'drank our first cup
of Postum a little over two yearB ago,
and we have used it ever since; to the
entire exclusion of tea and coffee, lt
happened in this way:
"About three and a half years ago
I had an attack of pneumonia, which
left a memento in the shape of dys
pepsia, or, rather, to speak more cor
rectly, neuralgia of the stomach. My
'cup of cheer' had always been coffee
or tea, but 1 became convinced, after
a time, that they aggravated in y stom
ach trouble. 1 happened to mention
the matter to my grocer one day and
he suggested that 1 give Postum a
"Next day it came, but the cook
made the mistake of not boiling it
sufficiently, and we did not like lt
much. This was, however, soon rem
edied, and now we like it so much
that we will never change back. Pos
tum, being a food beverage instead of
a drug, bas been the means of curing
my stomach trouble. 1 verily believe,
for 1 am a well man to-day and have
used no other remedy.
"My work as chief bookkeeper in
our Co.'s branch bouse here is of a
very confining nature. During my
coffee-drinking days I was subject to
nervousness and 'the blues' in addi
tion to my sick spells. These have
left me since I began using Postum,
and I can conscientiously recommend
it to those whose work confines them
to long boura of severe mental exer- ?
"There's a Reason."
Look in pkgs. for the little book,
"The Road to Wellville."
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
arc genuine, true, and foll of human
News Notes of General Interest
From All P?rts of the Stnte.
MASONS ELECT OFFICERS.
The Next Assembly ?3 to Be Eeld
The Grand Council of Royal and
Select Masons and the Grand Chapter
of Royal. Arch Masons met in
Greenville last week and after trans
acting routine business-, elected the
L. Michie, Darlington, most illus
trious grand master; J. M. Grahr.m,
Columbia, deputy grand master; C.
F. Grandy, Greenville, grand prin
ciple conductor' of the work; C. F.
Jackson, Columbia, grand treasurer;
Zimmerman Davis, Charleston, grand
recorder; Rev. W. \H. Frazier, grand
chaplain; F. E. Harrison, Abbeville,
grand marshal; H. M. Sandifer,
Rock Hill, captain of the guard;
Wm. E. Gantt, ' Charleston, grand
conductor of council; Joseph Lind
say, Chester, grand steward ; L. F.
Meyer, Charleston, grand sentinel.
After the election of officers it
was decided to hold the next as
sembly in Charleston on the first
Tuesday after the second Monday in
February next year.
The grand chapter, Royal Arch
Masons, met and re-elected every
officer of the 1909 corps, excepting
one man. This was H. A. Garrett
of Greenville, grand sentinel, who
will be succeeded by I.. F. Meyer of
The chapter also voted to hold its
convocation in 1911 in Charleston.
The Grand Commandery, Knights
Templar elected officers as follows:
Right emminent commander, - Geo.
T.. Bryan, Greenville; V. E., deputy
grand commander, Newton W. Walk
er, Spartanburg; E. grand generalis
simo, W. W. Lurapkin; E. G. grand
chaplain. Gen. George S. Mower,
Newberry; E. grand senior warden,
Zeb Davidson, Chester; E. grand
junior warden, W. P. Miller, Ben
nettsville; grand treasurer, Alex.
Lindstorra, Charleston; grand record
er, J. M. Diven, Chaleston.
The following appointments were
made by Grand Commander Bryan,
Grand Prelate, W. Z. Mazyck, Char
leston; grand standard bearer, W.
M. E. Gantt, Charleston; grand
sword bearer, James B. Hughey,
Greenwood; grand warden, A. H.
Schade, Greenville; grand captain of
guard, E. S. Wingate of Charleston.
M'LEOD FOR GOVERNOR.
He Will Seek the Office on the Local
Thos. G. McLeod will run for gov
ernor on the local option platform.
The present lieutenant governor of
the State made this announcement
last week, after consulting with his
friends, "Of course," said Mr. Mc
Leod, "there are several'ora er mat
ters of far more import/nce than
the whiskey question and these I
will take up later, but inasmuch as
the position of those on prohibition
and whiskey seems to be most de
sired just now, I want to state mj
position-local option."-The State.
Turns Down Bond Scheme.
By a vote of 80 to 27 the house of
representatives last Friday rejected
ed the proposition to issue a million
dollars of bonds to establish a new
state hospital for the insane. . j
. This proposition was made by the j
majority of the investigation commit-1
tee which recently made a sensa- !
tional report as to sanitary conditions
at the present institution.
The house then accepted the min
ority proposition to authorize the
regents to purchase lauds for the
enlargement of the asylum.
Williams to he Orator.
John Skelton Williams, il he organ
izer of the Seaboard Air Line rail
way, will be the orator of the com
mencement at the University of South
Carolina on June 8."
T. A. Jones, a Confederate veteran
of Saluda, is dead as the result of
an overdose of laudanum.
Aron Howell accused of killing C.
C. Armstrong tin Columbia, has been
admitted to bail in the sum of $4,000.
The city council of Lexington has
passed an ordinance prohibiting li
quor drummers from soliciting or
ders inside the city limits.
Governor Ansel Friday - granted'
diaries S. May, the defaulting Rock
Hill city treasurer . serving a 3-year
sentence in York jail, a'reprieve for
six months that he might be treated
for tuberculosis in the State peniten
tiary tuberculossis hospital.
Fire last week destroyed about
$60,000 worth of property of the
Williams & McKeithan Lumber Co.,
at Lumber, 12 miles from Darling
ton, on the Atlantic Coast Line rail
road, between Darlington and Ben
W. F. Roddey, of Greenville, was
shot at Columbus, Ga., by the father
of a young lady with whom he was
out driving. Girl's father skpped.
The Lancaster town council, at its
meeting last week, passed an ordi
nance making it a misdemeanor to
conduct the business of "liquor
drummer" within the corporate limits
of the town. The penalty fixed is
a fine of not less than $50 nor more
than $100 or imprisonment for not
less than 10 nor more than 30 days.
The Union National Bank of Co
lumbia, Capital one hundred thousand
dollars, applies for a National
A charter has been issued by the
secretary of state to the Spartan
burg & Greenville Railway company,
with a capital stock of $100,000. The
company will operate an electric rail
way Between the city of Greenville
and the city of Spartanburg. The
principle place of business of the
company is to be at Greenville.
Congress appropriates for water
ways in this State, as follows: Win
yah bay, $150,000; Charleston, $150,
000; Little Pee Dee river. $20,000;
Great Pee Deo river, $20,000; San
tee, Wateree and Congaree rivers and
Estherville-Minin ereek, $95,000.
Peruna is sold by your local drug
gist. Buy a bottle today.
The trouble with some men is that
they stare up the steps of success but
never seep up the stairs. Moral: get
your hill climbers on. So. 7-'10.
VERGE OP COLLAPSE.
Many Women Brought to lt by Kid
Mrs. Charles Sweetman, 624 Wash
ington St., Buffalo, N. Y., says: "Kid
ney trouble had me in a bad way and
on the verge of col
lapse. Dull back
ache weakened me
and broke my
sleep. I was very
nervous, and doc
tors' treatment was
not making me
better. Loan's Kld
'ney Pills helped
me at once and six
boxes cured me so well that in three
years the trouble has not come back."
Remember t?e name-Doan's. For
sale by t all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
An honest soul is like a calm lake
wherein all the world's beauties are
reflected and intensified.
Leg n Mass of Itching Humor.
"About seven years ago a small
abrasion appeared on my right leg
just above my ankle. It irritated me
so that I began to scratch it and it
began to spread until my leg from my
ankle to the knee was one solid scale
like a scab. The Irritation was always
worse at night and would not allow
me to sleep, or my wife either, and
it was completely undermining our
health. I lost fifty pounds in weight
and was almost out of my mind with
pain and chagrin as no matter where
the irritation came, at wort, on the
street or in the presence of company,
I would have to scratch It until I had
the blood running down into my shoe.
I simply cannot describe my suffer
ing during those seven -years. The
pain, mortification, loss of sleep, both
to myse.? and wife is simply indescrib
able on paper and one has to ex
perience it to know what it is.
"I tried all kinds of debtors and
remedies but I might as well have
thrown my money down a sewer.
They would dry up for a Ut?e while
and fill me with hope only to break
out again just as bad if not worse,
had given up hope of ever being c
when I was induced by my v j
give the Cuticura Rem?di?e e iaL
After taking the Cuticura Reuiedl?s
for a little while I began to see a
change, and after taking a dozen bot
tles of Cuticura Resolvent, in conjunc
tion with the Cuticura Soap and Cuti
cura Ointment, the trouble had en
tirely disappeared and my leg was as
fine as the day I was born. Now after
a lapse of six months with no signs of
a recurrence I feel perfectly safe in
extending to you my heartfelt thanks
for the good the Cuticura Remedies
have done for me. I shall always rec
ommend them to my friends. W. H.
White, 312 E. Cabot St, Philadelphia,
Pa., Feb. 4 and Apr. 13, 1909."
Goodness does not consist in great
ness, but greatness in goodness.
A Father's Worry.
Your poor wcarlnd wi!e losing ?leep nurs
ing the little ont* suffering from that night
fiend for children und horror to parents,
cEocr, should bare a bettie of Taylor's
Cherokee Kennedy of Sweet Gum and Mul
lein, Kn undoubted oroap preventative as
weil as family cure for coughs, colds and
consumption. At druggists 25c. ind 60c.
Time as he grows old teaches many
Rheumatism - Cured in m Day.
Dr. Detcbon's Relief for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cure? in 1 to 3 day?. It?
action is remarkable. Removes the-cause
and disease quickly disappears. First dos?
greatly benefito. 75c. and fl. AH druggists.
We give to necessity the praise of
"When your joint? are Btiff and muscles
sore; when you strain or bruise yourself, use
Perry Daua' Painkiller. At all druggists.
The essence of good or evil is a
certain disposition of the will.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and
invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules. Easy to take
One thorn of experience is worth
whole wilderness of warning.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the gums,reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25e. a bottle.
Handsome is that handsome does.
Only One "Cromo Quinine,"
That is ?^uxutivo Bromo (?uin.ne. Look
for th? signature ot E. W. Grove. Used the
World over to Cnn? :v Co d in Due Day. 25c
Here I stand; I can do no other
wise. ...God help me. Amen.
Best for Children ~
Vit nTSI ?W?t TOR (gWlStf?(sVDS
Gives instant relief when little throats
are irritated and sore. Contains
no opiates and is as pleasant to take
as it ? ejective.
AB DrvcfMst 25 ?estfa.
wisely directed, will canse her to
give to her little ones only the most
wholesome and beneficial remedies
and only when actually needed, and
the well-informed mother uses only
the pleasant and gentle laxative rem
edy-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna-when a laxative is required,
as it is wholly free from all objec
tionable substances. To get its ben
eficial effects always buy the genu
ine, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co.
A Great Country.
The United States is a great coun
try. While we have only one-four
teenth of the area of the world and
one-seventeenth of its population, we
cany one-ninth of its commerce, and
have created one-fourth of its wealth.
We h,ave one-half of the total rail
road mileage. We produc? yearly
one-third ?f<dl mining products, one
fourth of all manufactures in value,
and one-fifth o fall agricultural pro
ducts. The population has increas
ed since 1860 from 31,000,000 to 87,
000,000; the wealth has increased
from $16,000,000,000 to $108,000,000,
000-thai is, in forty-seven years
the increase in population has been
56,000,000 and the increase of OUT
wealth has been $92,000,000.
The human trinity-body, mind,
spirit! Keep them all healthy, in
harmony with each other. Then will
you enjoy life to the full-the more
so if you live in harmonj' with nature.
Out of malice and envy only hatred
can he bred. Let us beware of these
mastering our thoughts.
Begin every day as religiously as
though it were a lifetime.
Souths Agricultural Lands.
The agricultural lands of the
Southern States are not like those of
the great central prairie States dense
ly occupied by an agricultural popu
lation. In the majority of the Gulf
States less than \me-third of the
available agricultural land is under
cultivation at the present time, and in
the State of Texas less than one acre
in ten which is available for the pro
duction of crops was occupied by the
farming population at the time of the
last census. Since that time the ag
ricultral population of Texas has
been increased by over 1,500,000 peo
ple, as nearly as caa be estimated in
the absence of later census figures,
and citizens of other States are
crowding into Texas af the rate of
30,000 to 40,000 persons per month,
in search of homes and agricultural
opportunities on Texas soils.
The world is a comedy to those
that think, a tragedy to those who
To give to the lessvfortunate than
ourselves is to touch hands with the
Many Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children,
used by Mother Gray, a nurse in Children's
Home, New York, cure Summer Complaint,
Feverishness, Headache, Stomach Trouble*,
Teething Disorders and Destroy Worms. At
all Druggists', 25c. Sample mailed FREE.
AddreseAllen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Men are used as they use others.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion Never fails. At drinm'et?
Thoughts are mightier
strength of hand.-Sophocles.
Piles Cored in 6 to 14 Days.
Paso Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
case ofltching, Blind, Bleeding orProtruding
Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c
. It takes a wise man to discover a
wise man.-Diogenes Laertius.
For HBADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINB
Whether from Colds, Heat.^ Stomach or
Nervous Troubles, Capudlne will relieve you.
It's liquid-pleasant to take-acts Immedi
ately. Try it. 10c., 25c, and 50 cents at drug
Few things are, impossible to dil
igence and skill.-Johnson.
' When you're as hoarse ai a crow, cough
ing and gasping-when you've an old-fash^
ioned cold-take Allen's Lung Balsam.
The capricious girl lacks the ele
ment of poise, but all her wishes are
gratified more or less.
Woman's most glorious endowment is the power
to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a
worthy man. When she loses it and still loves on,
no one ic the wide world con know the heart agony
ehe endures. The woman who suffers from weak
ness and derangement of her special womanly or
ganism soon loses the power to swey the heart of
a man. Her general health suffers and she loses
her good looks, ber attractiveness, her amiability
and her power and prestige as a woman. ? Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.T., with
the assistance of his staff of able physicians, hos prescribed for and cured many
thousands of women. Pie lins devised a successful remedy for woman's ail
ments. It is known as Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive
specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, regu
lates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honett dealer will
advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
SICK WOMEN WELL.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelleta regulato and strength ea Stomach, Liver nod Bowels,
i A CERTAI N CURE Tc R 5 QR E. .WE AK MNFLAMEDEYES.
MAKES THE il OF DRU?S.U^?GESSA^ m???????$
Can ba handled very easily. Th c sick are cured, and all others la
same stable, no matter how "exposed," kept from having the
disease, by using SPOHN'S LIQUID DISTK1IPEH CURS. Giro
OD tho tongce ot In feed. Aots on the blood and expela germs
of eil forms of distemper. Beet remedy ever knows for marea In
foal. One bottlo guaranteed to cure ene case. 50c and $1 a bottle;
$3 andtlOclozen, of druggists and harness dealers, or uent express
paid by mouufactnrors. Cut shows bow to poultice throats. Our
free Booklet gives everything. Local agents wanted. Largest
selling horse remedy tn existence-twelve yarn.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists md Bacteriologists. Goshen, Ind., U. 8. A.
Have you ever seen the
AIR. BLAST GIN SYSTEM ?
Do you want to increase your profits
and at the same time lessen your labor?
We have spent 40 years perfecting a
gin system that would meet the actual
requirements, and now we've got it.
Your name and address on a poet card
will brina you full information. ,
F. H. LUMMUS SONS GO., Colombes, fe
When You Buy Hoe?
This Year Be Sure to
THE "JOHN REILY'HOE
The Blade for Dixie
0mT- It will save you one-fourth labor and time in the
cotton field. ?' -'
$&ST You can use it without skinning and bruising the
With its keen cutting corners you can CUT in
stead of PUSH away the stalks not needed in
bringing cotton to a stand.
If you will but examine it you will see its supe
riority at a glance.
Your ?lealer Mh'Mild hav* those hoe? or fret them for yon. If not, writ? us.
THE JOHN REILY HOE CO. New Orleans, La.
lt was in this very cottage In Brookside, 15 miles
from Birmingham, Ala., that three fits-Hans nearly
died of Fever. They had been sick 3 months. John
son's Tonic cured them quickly-read letter below:
Brookside, Abu. May 4, Mfc
The two physicians here bad 8 very obstinate eases of continued Malarial PVvcr. AB
were Italians and lived on a creek 60 yarda ?rora my atore. These c?sea were ot three
months standing, their temperature ranging from 100 to 104. The doctors had tried every
thing in rain. I persuaded them to let me try Johnson's Tonie. I removed all the print
ed matter and let tho medicine go ont In a plain bottle ai a regalar prescription. The at
lee t in aU tin co cases waa immediate and permanent They recovered rapidly sad HM?,
waa no recurrenco of the Fever. S. E. SHIFLBXT.
Write te THE JOHNSON'S? CHILL e% FEVER TONIC CO., flweft, Ca.\
. ii i I ' iii
The way to core rheumatism ia to removal
ita cause. Rheumacide remores the causa
and stops the pain quickly. Rheumacide is>
put up in liquid and tablet form, in 25c and.'
50c bottle?, and is sold by druggists gener
ally. Tablets mailed on receipt of price-.
Booklet free. Bobbitt Chemical Co., Bali
The past is beyond us, but we are
?enerals of our future._
De Forest, Wis<-?
"After an opera-,
tion four years ago'
I had pains down-;
ward in both sides, ;
backache, and a
weakness. Th? doc
. tor wanted me to
Ilifhave another opera-'
-fjjjf Hon. ItookLydla E. |
ble Compound and,
I am entirely cured
of my troubles."
Mrs. AT/GTTBTE VESBEBMAITN, De For.
Another Operation Avoided*
New Orleans, La.-"For years I suf
fered from severe female troubl?s.
Finally I was confined to my bed and'
the doctor said an operation was neces
sary. I gave Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound a trial first, and
was saved from an operation."-Mrs?
LILY PEYEOUX, lill Kerlerec St, Nev
Thirty years of unparalleled success
confirms the power of Lydia ?. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound to cure
female diseases. The great volume of
unsolicited testimony constantly pour
ing in proves conclusively that Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
a remarkable remedy for those dis
tressing feminine ills from which so
many women suffer.
If yon want special advice about
your case write to Mrs. Pink ham,
at Lynn, Mass. Her advice ia
free, and always helpfnL
A BUSY DOCTOR
b often delayed. Keep a bottle of 30 W.
AN'S PREPARATION in Use ?lome lind be
prepared 1er pneumon?a, croup, colds,
cou ?hs, grippe, Jpa los and soreness tn lunts
and throat External and fires quick
?lief. AUdmjiub. $1,00,50c, 25:,
To Richmond, Virginia.
Pays Market Prices and Deals Fair
Mink $7.00 each. Grey Fox $1.35 oach
Raccoon 1.70 " Opossum .60 **
Skunk 3.25 " Muskrat, .55 M
Rabbits 14c pound.
We stand express chartres on all shipments
of Fur whose value exceeds $10.00.
IJUYTHE BEST COTI oN SEED
Increase your yield 100 to 500 pounds Lint
per acre, by planting "Simpkins. Prolific" ttbso?
1 ute ly the best. Our guarantee with every
sack, put up In 21-2 bushel bass. Price $1.25
per bushel f .o.b. Raleigh. Order quick, ii yon
want the best selected seed. GUA RA NT EB
SEED COMPANY. E. T. OLIVIB, Gen. M'gT.
Box 104. RALEIGH, N, C.
I? COLE PLANTER
MAKES BIGGER CROPS
Because lt mixes the ruano with the soil dom
under the seed so that the cotton ls nourished
from the time lt sprouts and Grows ott
sirona; and Thrifty. A farrnersays 'MM
pound? of inano applied with ibo
Cole Planter ls equal to 200 poonda)
pat ont In tbe unilwar.?
IT INCREASES THE HELD A BALK
OB MORE TO EACH ONE-HORSE CROP.
SAVES TIME AND MONEY
One man and one horse at one trip pr?par?e
the seed-bed, puts in the guano, opens train,
drops and covers the seed, all In Just the right
way for either Corn, Cotton, Peas, Sorghum,
Peanuts. Etc. The COLE PLANTER, beato
tho world in Belting; a quick, aven stauid.
It put? one seed after another in a ?trait**
Ila?, Thick or thin, to that lt earea soe?,
coate lesa to thin, and leaa lo cnHJvate.
Mr. Heirn ot Georgia writes "I wonxn NOT
IOU KOWTIKQ MT CROP wen THB Oom
PluUITOB TOW $200.00."
IT MEANS MONEY TO YOU. writ? ?tono?
for MsK? catalogue endnameof marchant
who sells and guarantees Cole Planters.
THE COLE MFC CO..
BOX 50. CHARLOTTE. N. O.
Restores Cray Knlr to Natural Colorj
RgSJOVIS DANDRUFF ABO SCURF
IE rigors tel and prereatu tae hair from filling oS,
For tal? by Drugs'***, tant Olraet by
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Virginia
enc* tl Fw eottlt; UMJU Bott*, i tc taws for Or-tata