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PNEUMONIA
Mis ?h tent of thwtsMid?.- GOWAN*S
PREPARATION kills pneumonia by de
stroyinC the congestion and inflammation.
Quick relief for colds, croup, r.oujhs. trippe,
gat and soreness in louis and throat,
teraal and harmless. All dru ???ists.
$1.00, SOC, 2Sc.
1 COLE PLANTER
MAKES BIGGER CROPS
Because it mixes the (ruano with the soil close
ander the seed so that the cotton ls nourished
from the time it sprouts and Grow? on
Strone ad Thrift j. A farmer says "100
pomid* or cuano applied with the
Cole Planter I? eqnal to 200 pounds
pntontlnlli* ii?ii?lway." _
IT IN CR RASES THE YU R&D AB ALB
OB MORE TO EA CU ONE-HORSE CROP.
SAVES TIME AND MONEY
One man and one horse at one trip prepares
the seed-bed, puts in the guano, opens asrain,
drops and covers the seed, all in just the rUrht
.way for either Com. Cotton- Peas, Sorchum,
Peanuts,Etc The COLE PLANTER, beal?
the world in seMli?caq?'1ck, even ?land.
Itputs one seed after anothor in a aimlght
Hue, thick or thin, .so-tba: lt ?aves need,
coal? tea* to ihm. and !?.??? to millvale.
Mr. Hearnof Geonrla writes "I WOTJLD NOT
M18S PLANTING MT CROP WITH THE COL?
PxAirr?B ron ?20t?.U?." v
IT MEANS M??rET TO YOU. write at once
for KB li I*, catalogue and nam? of merchant
?who sells and guarantees Cole Planters.
THE COLE MFG CO.,
BOX 50. CHARLOTTE. N. C.
SHIP
To Richmond, Virginia,
CLARENCE COSBY.
PUT* Market Prices and Deals Fair
J.ARGE
Mink f7.00 each. Grey Fox fl.35 each
Raccoon 1.T0 " Opossum .th) *
Skunk SL25 ". Muskrat, .03 "
Rabbits 16c pound.
Westan l express chartres cn all shipments
oi Fur whose value exceeds Slo.00.
CURED
Gives
Qa I ok
Relief.
Removes al" swelling in 8 to a?
days : effects a permanent cure
in 30 to 6o days. Trial treatment
,zivenfree. Nothingcan be fairer
r write Or. H. H. Green's Sons,
Speclalbts, ,Box B Atlanta, Ga.
We Buy
ru R S
Hides and
Wool
Feather?, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginara*,
Golden SeaJ.(YeDowRoct). Muy Applo.
WCd Gina>r, ?tc Wa an dealersj
H?"**1 ?a 1856-"Ovar hair ?i century ra
Loi?rnEe"-and caa do batter fer roa then
ascots er conun??ea aHXenanh. Reference,
aar Beac ia Loeirnle. Write for weekly
poca Est and (hipping taja.
M. Sahel & Sons,
tn R. Harket SL LOUISVILLE, RY.
FORTHE
HAIR
Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color/
KXBICVK* DAMBHUPT *?!> 8CUR*
tsngoratee and prev?ate the heir fron felling off
r or aalo bj Dru agi* ta, or Ben: Direct by
XAMTHiNE CO" Richmond, Virginia
*^ee 1 ?ar tattle* ts??la tuto ita, t-4 ?ar glree*??
?UKN'TS H ANIED-lo sell our Karnoua "Mug-in
Clean! nit Fluid. * Keino vee ali Hind of Rrcaaoapou
from Ladh-b' and u rats' Clothing. Bte profita
Southern Supply Company Box 3S7 Pine Bluff. Ark.
TAKE A DOSE OF
CURE
\The Natural
Laxative
acts on the bowels just as some
foods act Cascar et? thus aid
the bowels just as Nature would.
Harsh cathartics act like pepper
in the nostrils. Soon the bowels
STOW so calloused that one must
multiply the dose. sa
Vest-pocket box. 10 cents-at drnjr-etoree.
Each tablet of the genuino la marked C C C.
Your Medicine Closet oiiouid Contain
an emergency rsm edy tor acote Indigestion, food
poisoning or piala gripes. Kor any atomaeh distress
a liberal dose of
A CREAM Or CASTOR OIL,
promptly administered, wilt afford relief, and by
eloannlnt; the system remove a cali*: for li)neu.
Palatal ls tasty, safe and effective. Toe Ideal eatha*.
t?e^2ac*.dnitwlAr*or*?rir?~>v rt-n-Cry. Pniumhla. S.e.
This 1? Cyrus O.
Bates, the man who
advertises Mother's
- Joy and Goose
Grease Liniment,
two of the ?rrratest
things known to
humanity.
So. 8-'10-(7fo.)
BRONCHIAL TROCHES
Save the voice in aQ kinds of weather. Singers and
puhlkaocakea fiad them invaluable for clearing the
voice. There is nothing so effective ie? Sere Throat,
Koantnea and Coughs. Fifty years' reputation.
Price. 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00 per box.
Samples malled on request.
JOHN I. BROVN fe SON, Boitt*?. Mag.
TRIALS ef flte-NEEDEMS
*1C FOR THAf! WOMAN.YOU ARE^-N
ORTAiNLY JJEVEUJpihlG SYMPTOMS)
MY DEAR. YOU LOOK OyvRfWjG IN^,
RESOLVED: THAT WHEN THE STOMACH AND
LIVERARE NOT RIGHT ONE FEELS BLUE AND
STINGY. MUNYQNS PAWPAWLAXATIVE
PILLS KEEP ONE IN GOOD SPIRITSTlOFORlO?
Alanyon'n Paw fatv Pills coax tho liver into
acuvuy Dv":eiitlB me thous. They do net scour, gripe
or weaken. 'J'bey are a tonio to the stomach, livor
and nerves; invigorate Instead of weaken. Thev cu
rte h the blood sud enable the stomach to get all tho
nourishment from .food that ls nut Into ic Those
pills contain no calomel; they orb jootblng, fl julinu
and stimulating- trott salo hy all dru ?{giste Tn 10o and
tao sizes, li yon need medical advice, write Mun
von's Doctors. They wi;! advise to the best ot tuolr
ability absolutely tree ot Charro. MUNYON'S
?3d and Jefferson MB., P tatlodolphia, Fa*
Manyon'* Cold Remedy cures a cold In one day.
Price '?Se. .Vlonyon'n Rheumatism Remedy relieves
In a few boors aud cures In a few ila vs. Price 2.V.
gunHE BEST COTTON SEED
Increase your yield 100 to 500 pounds Lint
per acre, by ulantlnsr "Simpkins Prolific" abso
lutely the beat. Our guarantee with every
sack, put up In 21-2 bushel bacs. Price $1.25
per bushel f.o.b. Ralelrh. Order quick. If you
want the best selected seed. GUA KANTER
SEED COMPANY. E. T. OLrvBit, ,?eii. M'?r,
Box 104. RALEIGH^. N. O.
SULPHUR
LIQUID LARl5E- 5'-00- SUAI.L.S0C
Iv .? ir ' Kff^ctive for Eccema, Itch. Ringworm, i
PoUun Oak. Ius-ct Minga, eus. Ali Skia Kruutlous
and .scalp Ailments.
Yon need not go to the Sulphur Springs; this gives 1
you a perrett Suipuur Hath aud Invigorating ionic1
bri ale. i
OINTMENT LARUE JAR. SOC SMALL 25c. A
win i mi>n I . Swelling*. Inflamed or chafed Pat!
Splendid for the Complexion; Keep* the skin sort ami
tot Bairn by druggists. Mauft'd by ?ANCOCK L
Sent by Mall or Express, propala.
FOK
Cares,the sick a:
siren on the tongue
kidney remedy; 50 c
Sold by all druggist!
paid, by the man ufa
SPOHN MEDICAL
MCOVOSATIO
One ot the beat equipped ?chonta in the Son
MORE GRADUATES IN POSITIONS than &II ot
INO. SHORTHAND and KNOLI8H Write
BUSINESS COLLBQK, Raleigh, A' C, or Chm
hana, PeiunansMp, tte., hy mail. Send for Uo.m
The Town Of After Ten.
I wisht I was as big as men,
To see the Town of After Ten;
I've heard it is so bright and gay,
It's almost like another day,
But to my bed I'm packed off straight
When that old clock strikes half past,
eight !
It's awful hard to be ^ boy
And never, know, the sort of joy
That grown-up people must have
\vheri
They're in the Town of After Ten.
I/m sure I don't know what they do
For shops are closed, and churches
too. ,
Perhaps with burglars they go 'round
And do not dare to make a sound!
Well, soon I'll be a man, and then
I'll see the Town of After Ten!
Asleep.
He knelt beside her pillow, in the
dead watch of the night,
And he heard her gentle breathing; '
but her face was still and white. !
And on lier >poor, wan cheek a tear
told how the heart can weep,
And he said: "My love was weary
God bless her!- She's asleep."
He knelt beside her gravestone in
the shuddering autumn night,
And ho heard the dry grass rustle,
and his face was thin and white,
And through his heart the tremor
ran of e^ief that cannot weep.
And he said: "My love was weary
God bless her! She's asleep."
SHE QUIT
But It Was a Hard Pull.
It ls hard to believe that coffee
will put a person in such condition
as it did an Ohio woman. She tells
her own story:
"I did not believe coffee caused my
trouble, and frequently said I liked it
so well I would not, and could not
quit drinking it. but I was a miser
able sufferer from heart trouble and
nervous prostration for four years.
"I was scarcely able to bo around,
had no energy and did not care for
anything. Was emaciated and bad a
constant pain around ray heart until
I thought I could not endure lt. For
months I never went.to bed expecting
to get up in the morning. I felt as
though I was liable to die any time.
"Frequently I had nervous chills
and the least excitement would drive
sleep away, and any little noise would
upset me terribly. 1 was gradually
getting worse until finally one time it
came over me and J asked myself
what's the use of being sick all the
time and buying medicine so that I
could indulge myself in coffee?
"So I thought I would see if I could
quit drinking coffee and got some
Postum to help rae quit. I made it
strictly according to directions and I
want to tell you, that change was tho
greatest step in my life. It was e?sy
tb quit coffee because I had the Pos
tum which I now like better than the
old coffee.
"One by one the old troubles left,
until now I am in splendid health,
nerves steady, heart all right and the
pain all gone. Never have any more
nervous chills, don't take any medi
cine, can do all my housework and
have done a great deal beside." t
Read "The Road to Wellviil?," in
pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read f ho above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, time, and full of human
interest.
Making Ffonr of Cotton Seed.
Flour from cotton se?d meal as j
an edible is said to be no longer in
the theoretic stage. For a number j
of years cotton seed crushers have
been claiming that cotton is a grain
crop as well as a fibre and .that from
the seed an edible flour may be ob
tained.
If flour in any quantity could be
produced from cotton seed, the price
of wheat flour would be reduced
materially, and anything is a boon
which contributes io reduce thc cost
of living.
From Teunessee comes the an
nouncement that this cotton, seed
flour has appeared. A prominent
oil mill man said last week:
"James J. Hill and other econo
mists have stated that - the United
States can no longer class herself as
a wheat exporting country and with
in a very few years Americans must
look elsewhere for a portion of their
food supply.
''Those who believe in the South
as the future salvation of the nation
say that the ehauces are that neither
Mr. Hill nor others who have given
the food question much thought
have counted upon the possibility of
the untounched source-the cotton
field of the South."
In heralding to the world this new
product, the Ennis, Tenn., Daily
News says:
"Cotton seed flour is a commercial
fact and Ennis stands sponsor for
the announcement. It has arrived
and it has come to stay. It 'is not
only a good, a healthful, delicious and
nutricious food, hut it is a patriotic
one."
For ' oi.ns mid GRIP
Pick's CAPOTHNB is th? best remedy-re
lieves the achine and feverlshness-cures tho
Cold and restores nortnal conditions. It's
ll<iuld-effects Immediately. 10c., ?!?e. and 50c.
nt dru tr stores.
HANCOCK'S
SULPHUR COMPOUND
TiinrCTC Results are surprising for URIC
INDLViai Aclu Corrective, l-imfylng: the
Blood, Toning the St'mach, and In tho treatment
uu.l prevention ut INDIGESTION. Dyspepsia. Lum
bapi, Catarrn. Rheumatism. Gout, Neubrlili- Colic,
alune in the Kid: ey nd Dixdder, and niui.t Kidney,
Liveraud Stomach Aiiuie.ita.
MAGIC WONDER for Hemorrhoid?. Plies. Sores,
ts. cums, bruises. Sprains, eta
removes Pliup.es, Ble m Iahen. Blackheads, eco. Try lt
li> SLi.i'H Lli (JO., Baltimore, Md.
Writ? for booklet on Sulphur._
DISTEMPER
CATARRHAL FEVER
AND ALL NOSE
AND THRCAT DISEASES
Dd acts as apteventive for others. Liquid
. Safe for brood mares and all oth er*. Best
ents and ?1 a bottle: ?."? and {10 the dozen.
? and hors - goods houses, or sent, express
cturers.
CO., Chemists, GOSHEN. ADIANA
"A School With a
Reputation For
Doing High Grade
Work."
th. THE LARGEST, The strongest faeultv.
her business schoolainthe state. BOOKKKE'P
fo* hands ?nie c<ualotru?. Andee-?? KJXQ'8
.lotte, }.', C. We also teach Bookkeeping, Short
ie Study Circular.
Farmer Should Raise Supplies on His
Farm.
In view of the present high cost
of living it behooves the Southern
farmer to consider well what crop
will be most profitable to him in the
long run. The time has come, when
it is very important that the farmer
should become a business man. This
thing, of farming at haphazard should
be abandoned, and all work upon the
farm planned with the same system
and skill that characterizes the man
agement of any other business, by
planning his crops, about how many
horses and mules, hogs, cows and
sheep he will have to feed during
the year, and his crop should be so
arranged that an abundant supply of
good feed may be stored away for
their maintenance during the year.
There will be a temptation when
spring comes to plant more land in
cotton.
The high prices of this great
money crop of the South, during the
past season, will be an inducement,
to a larger acreage. Every cotton
grower ought to know by this time
that there is no certainty about the
price of cotton. One year, the price
may be very attractive, and the next
it may be very discouraging. It is
always safe to raise some cotton.
Every farmer must have some money,
and it is easy to get money for cot
ton, but cash is not all that a farmer
must have. Every one maj rest as
sured that there will be plenty of
cotton, and another thing is also
true, that the farmer cannot eat his
cotton or feed it to his stock. He
will also find that he cannot raise
cotton . and purchase supplies as
economically as he can grow them
on farm for these things will con
tinue to be high priced. If it is
necessary for a farmer to use on his
farm 500 bushels of com or 20 tons
of hay, or 1,000 pounds of meat,
the cheapest way for him to get these
supplies is to raise them on his farm.
He saves paying freight and profits
for handling, as well as his own time
for hauling.
Besides the time and money saved
by growing his supplies on his own
farm, the farmer saves immensely in
the building up of his soil and the
growing of larger crops by the ro
tation which he is forced to practice.
The all cotton fanner soon exhausts
his soil and is thus forced to depend
upon commercial fertizilers to pro
duce his crops, w&ich entails another
The independent farmer is he whose
crib supplies the corn for the year's
feeding, the smoko house the meat,
the hay mow i the rough feed, and
the vegetable garden and orchard an
abundant suDDly of fruits and vege-1)
tables.
This argument for home grown sup
plies should not be necessary, but it
is. Thousands of farmers over the
South will continue to make bills for
these easily grown croos for atime,
but sooner or lat^r, they will adopt
better methods.-E. Q. Millsops, in
Charlotte, N. C., News.
Rural Prosperity.
Conditions shift and shift again,
No more we frame those hayseed
jokes,
The farmer now is laughing when
He thinks about us city folks.
The first in the boat has the choice
af oars.-Duteh.~~~
... ... Gc^jt<oifapl?iipn.* ; .
! Ton will get ri?;o? all.akin blemishes and
.pimples if you thoroughly purify the blood
Dy taking "Rh'eumat?d?'. Rh eu ma ci dc is put
up in liquid and tablet form, and is sold in
25c and 50c bottles by your druggist. Or,
we will mail you a 25c bottle of-tablets on
receipt of price, 25c. (Coin or stamps.)
Booklet free. Bobbitt Chemical Co., Bal
timore, Md.
Powerful indeed is the empire of
habit.-Public Syrus.
To Cure a Colo in One Day
Take Laxative- Bronio Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E.W.Grove's ?icnjit;iire iy on euell box. 25?.
If you keep right, other.things will
keep right.
Constipation ?muses and seriously aggra
vates many diseases. It is thoroughly
cured by-Dr. Pierce's "Pellets. Tiny sugar
coated granules. -:' _
A favor becomes old stoner .than
any other thing.-^rModern Greek.
Have you a cough or cold? If so, take at
once Allen's Lung Balsam and watch re
sults. Simple, safe,. effective. All dealers.
Knowledge and;..timber shouldn't
be much used tili ."they are seasoned.
Rheuma tis ru cm eu in a Day.
Dr. Detchon's Relief, for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically curres in 1 to 3 days. Its
action is remarkable.' Removes the cause
and disease quickly disappears. First doM
greatly benefits. 75?4and ^ druggists.
Accordingvas thelman is, so must
you humor him. N
Mrs. Winslow's Sod thing Syrup for Children
teething, scsi tens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion, allay* pain, cured wind colic, 25c. a bottle.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Kansas has a law which provides
that fruit-tree agents may be sent
to jail if they misrepresent the brand
of trees they sell, but probably no
very strenuous effort is maade to en
force the law,^ else! the jails would
be bursting open.-TH? Farm World.
It's always.impossible to '?ell where
an orderly woman will put things..
Mark the perfect man, and behold
the upright.-Psalm. xxxvi, 37.
' The best way to make time fly is
to borrow money for^ninety days.
Why, most of us really wish to
visit, is to have some one listen while
we talk.
One way to keep boys on the farm
is to hire more pretty dairy maids.
Men often swear to keep from cry
ing, and women often cry to keep
from swearing.
There's one advantage about tight
shoes. They make you forget all
your other trouble.
A cyclone cellar won't protect you
from domestic tempests.
The farmer who is well able to
buy a motor-car certainly auto.
The best way to ascend steadily in
the world is to keep on the level.
Some people's geneorosity consists
in giving away everything you tell
them.
It is true that we all want a
square deal ? Honestly now, isn't it a
fact that most of us want just a little
the best ol it? So. 8-'10.
THE ' STORY OP THE PEANU1
SHELLS.
As everyone knows, C W. Post, of
Battle Creek, Michigan, is hot only a
maker of breakfast foods, hut he is a
strong Individualist, who believes
that the trades-unions are a menace
.to the liberty of thet?ountry.
Believing this, and. being a "nat
ural-born" scrapper for the right, as
he sq?>itv Post, for several years past,
has been engaged in a ceaseless war
fare against "the Labor Trust," as
he likes to call it.
Not being able to secure free and
untrammeled expression of his opin
ions on this subject through the regu
lar reading pages of the newspapers
he has bought advertising space for
this purpose, just as he is accustomed
to for the telling of his "Postum
"story," and he has thus spent hun
dreds of thousands of dollars in de
nouncing trades-unionism.
As a result ot Post's activities the
people now know a whole lot about
these organizations: how they are
honeycombed with graft, how they
obstruct the development of legiti
mate business, curtail labor's output,
hold up manufacturers, graft upon
their own membership, and rob.the
public. Naturally Post is hated by
the trades-unionists, and intensely.
He employs no union Jabor, so they
can not call out his men, and he de
fies their efforts at boycotting his pro
ducts. The latest means of "getting"
Post is the widespread publication of
the story that a car which was re
cently wrecked in transmission was
found to be loaded with empty pea
nut shells, which were being'shipped
from the South to Post's establish
ment at Battle Creek.
This canard probably originated
with President John Fitzgerald, of
the Chicago . Federation of Labor,
who, it is said, stated it publicly, as
truth.
Post comes back and gives Fitzger
ald the lie direct. He denounces
Fitzgerald's statement as a deliberate
falsehood, and underhanded and
cowardly attempt to Injure his busi
ness, having not the slightest basis in
fact. As such an effort it must bc
regarded. It Is significant that this
statement about "the peanut shells"
is being given wide newspaper pub
licity. In the "patent inside? of an
Eastern country paper I find It, and
the-inference naturally is that labor
unionltes are insidiously spreading
this lie.
An institution (or a man) which
will resort to moral intimidation and
to physical force, that will destroy
machinery and burn buildings, that
will maim and kill if necessary to ef
fects its ends, naturally would not
hesitate to spread falsehood for the
same purposes.
We admire Post. While we have
no enmity toward labor unions, so
long as they are conducted in an hon
est, "livc-and-let-live" kind of a way,
we have had enough of the tarred
end of the stick to sympathize thor
oughly with what he is trying to do.
He deserves support. A man like
Post can not be killed, even with lies.
They are a boomerang every time.
Again we know, for hasn't this wea
pon, every weapon that could be
thought of, been used (and n?t sim
ply by labor unions) to put us out of
business, too?
I am going to drink two cups of
Postum every morning from this time
on, and put myself on a diet of Grape-.
Nuts. Bully for Post!- Editorial in
Ute American Journal of Clinical Medicine. \
' How to Keep Baby's Skin Clear.
Few parents realize hoy many es
timabJe lives have been embittered
and social and business success pre
vented by serious skin affections
which so often result from the neglect
of minor eruptions ir infancy and
childhood. With but a little care and
the use of the proper emollients,
baby's skin and hair may be pre
served, purified and beautified, minor
eruptions prevented from becoming
chronic and torturing, disfiguring
rashes, itchings, irritations, and chaf
ings dispelled.
To this end, nothing is so pure, so
sweet, so speedily effective as the
use of Cuticura Soap, assisted
when necessary, by Cuticura Oint
ment Send to Potter Drug & Cheim
Corp., sole proprietors, Boston, Mass.,
for their free 32-page Cuticura Book,
telling all about the care and treat
ment of the skin and scalp.
Let a wise mau have good luck a
few years and he will do as foolish
things as anybody._
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion Never fnils. At dnwi*t!?
Occasionally a man thinks he is
quite popular with the girls, when
the facts are he has proved himself
a useful servant.
In Winter Use Allen's Fooi-Ease.
The antiseptic powder. Your feet feel un
comfortable, nervous and often cold and
damp. If you have sweating, sore feet or
tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-base. Sold by
all druggists and shoe stores, 25 cents.
Sample sent free. Address Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Roy. N. Y._
Our life is what our thoughts make
it.-Mercus Aurelius.
Nothing Moro Dnnjeroiis
Than n neglected cough," is what Dr. J. If.
Hammond, professor in the Eclee-tfa Medi
cal College says, "and as a preventative
remedy and a cuartivo agent, I cheerfully
recommend Taylor's Cherokee Bemedy ol
Sweet Gum and Mullein. Tested 60 years.
Nothing better for whooping oough, croup
or consumption. At druggists. 26c. and 60o.
Children are the anchors that hold
amother to life._So. 8-10.
PO es Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
case ofltcning, Blind, Bleeding orProtrudi ng
Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c
It is as difficult to transplant peo
ple as it is to transplant trees.
Exposure to cold and wet is the first step
to Pneumonia. Take Perry Davi.f Pain
killer and the danger in averted.
Brave men were living before
Agamemnon.-Horace.
For HEADACHE-Hicks* CA PtTJDINB
Whether from Colds, Heat. Stomach or
Nervous Troubles, Capudlne will relio ve you.
It's liquid-pleasant to take-acts immedi
ately. Try it. 10c.. 25c., and 50 cents at drug
stores.
Much of the "art" and "culture"
you hear so much about is simply
loafing.
AFTER
FOURYEARS
OFMISERY
Cured by Lydia E. Pink=
ham's Vegetable Compound
Baltimore, Md.- "For four years
my life was a misery to me. I suffered
from irregulari
ties, terrible drag
ging sensations,
extreme nervous
ness, and that all
: gone feeling in my
stomach. I had
given up hope of
ever being well
when I began to
take Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable
Compound. Then
I felt as though
new life had been
given me, and I am recommending it'
to all my friends."-Mrs. W. S. FORD,
2207 W. Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
The most successful remedy in this
country for the cure of all forms of
female complaints is Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. It has
stood the test of years and to-day is
more widely and successfully used than
any other female remedy. Is has cured
thousands of women who have been
troubled with displacements, inflam
mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir
regularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bearing-down feeling, flatulency,
indigestion, and nervous prostration,
after all other means ha,d railed.
If you are suffering from any of these
ailments, don't give up hope until you
have given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound a trial.
If voil vf ould like special advice
write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn,
Mass., for it. She has guided
thousands to health, free of
If you think every one has it in
for you, it will not be long until
every one will have.
WHEN YOUR BACK ACHES
SUSPECT THE KIDNEYS.
- Backache ls kidney ache in most
cases. The kidneys ache and throb
with dull pain because there in In
' (lamination within.
You can't be rid of
the ache until ,you
cure the cause-the
kidneys. Doan's Kid
ney P121s cure sick
kidneys.
J. F. King, 221 W.
Union St., Jackson
ville, Fla., says:
"Dull, nagging back
ache and irregular
action of the kidneys
bothered me for five
months. Doan'sKid
ney Pills proved just
what 1 needed, driv
ing nut the pain and
restoring the kid
neys to normal condition.
Remember the name-Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
If the difference between two
opinions is wide enough, it is ?afc lo
bet that hot.'.t are wrong.
PUTNAM
Color more xoixls brighter an>l fouler colon than any o
gan dye any gurniuut wi thu*, ripping upi rt. Write i
i
H
The stomach is a larger factor !u V life, liberty and the pur
suit of happiness" than most people are aware. Patriotism
can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dys
peptic "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The man
, who goes to the front for his country with a weak stomach
will be a weak soldier and a fault finder.
A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well as for
. health and happiness
Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion ind
nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of
Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDI?XL DISCOVERY*
It builds ap tho body with sound flesh emt
solid muscle.
The dealer who offers a substitute for the "Discovery" ?a
only seeking to make the little more profit realized on tho
Bale of less meritorious preparations. . j
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is teat firer
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing mly. Send'
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stare ?s
for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical
Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
MR. GINN ER!
Have you ever seen the
LUMMUS
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
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Your name and address on a post card '
will bring you full information.
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YOU CAN GET THIS NEW
LABOR-SAVING DOUBLE
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YOUR FAVORITE SIZES
AND PATTERNS.
The "John Reily" Hoe
The Hoe With Keen Cuffing Corners
<f Requires one-fourth less labor.
<f Never skins or bruises the cotton stand.
q CUTS Instead ol pushes away the stalks not
required lor the cotton stand.
?J More than 120 thousand In nae last year;
twice as many will be used this year.
When you buy hoes this sprigg call tor the
?John Belly" hoe.
MANUFACTURED BY THE AMERICAN FORK AND I0E CO.
ASK YOUR DEALER, OR WRITE TO
' THE JOHN REILY HOE CO,, New Orleans, la.
la the
Salt of the Earth
It is also the most abundant in the plant Unies
it has enough Potash in soluble form at the right time
it cannot use the other plant food you or your soil may
supply. Take no' chances. Tie to facts,
not to theories. Many soils need only Potash
to raise big crops. All soils need Potash
sooner or later. Begin to use it before the
crops starve. Do it now, for
POTASH PAYS
Urge your fertilizer dealer to carry Potash salts
in stock. You and he will have no difficulty in
buying them if you will write to us about it
Write to Sales Office:
GERMAN KALI WORKS
CoBilocaul Bili., BtltlSMt, JU.
f ' As we get older the blood becomes slugo^sh, the mus
cles and joints stiffen and aches and pams take hold
easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood, limbers
up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache
with astonishing promptness.
Proof thal it is Best for Rheumatism
Mrs. DANIEL H. DIEHL, of Mann's Choice, R.F.D., No. i, Fa?, writes>
" Please send me a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for rheumatism and stiff joints?
It is the best remedy I ever knew for I can't do without it. "
Also for Stiff Joints.
Mr. MILTON WHEELER, 2100 Morris Ave., Birmingham, A ia., writes
"? am glad to say that Sloan's Liniment has done mc more good for stiff'
joints than anything I have ever tried."
Sloan's
is the qickest and best remedy for Rheuma
tism, Sciaticz, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises
and Insect Stings.
Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 at All Dealers.
Send for Sloan's Free Book on Horses. Address
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
FADELESS DYES
thor dre. One 10c. paci'.gc colors oU fiber?. They dye in cold water better ttian any other dr*. Too
tor free booklot-How to uro, Bleaoh and Xix Colors. MONROE DOUG CO" Qalter. ?THuit?

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