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To find out the cause of failure is Laif the battle toward success. After 10 Y?*r? ef S'<ff--I"1!. Show Man FlnHs Relier ?n Tettflnc. "I hnv? heen troubled with a revere owe of T*?tt?r for ten vears. In Colum bia b??t vr*~Y n druggist recommended Tetterlne. I bo"?rht a box; it gave me relief, mo T bought another an* nm en tirely w?'?." T-<ew Wron. Chineo. Tette-Ine cn-es Kczema. Tetter. Itching Pile?. Ring Worm and everv form of Stcpio und Skin Disease. Tett?rine 50c: Tetterine Soap 25c. Tour drugflat. nr by mall f-om the manufacturer. The Shup trlne Co.. Pavunnih. O'*. With cverv nrMl or^er for Tetterine we Rive a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pills free. Lay hold and. help handle a har poon. __ Itch cured in 30 minutes by Walford's Sanitary Lotion Never fnilx. .Af dm??ri*t? I believe he woujd make three bites of a cherry.-Rabelais. Impossible to, find any thin? be? ter for Sideache, t ackache or strtcb.es than Perry Ztazis' Fainlciller. 23t\. 36c. and 5?C. Suit thyself to the estate in which thy lot is cast.-Marcus Aurelius. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the rums, reduces inflamma tion, allays pain. cures wind colic, 2?c. a bottle. Forced wit is as painful a demon stration ..as faked pathos. For * ot.pa Mud CHIP Hick's CAV?DIJTO ls th? best remedy-re lieves the achiiur and feverishness-cures the Cold and raptores normal conditions. It's llouid-effects. Immediately. 10c, 25c and 50c. tt ding stores. _- : First say to yourself what you world be; and then do what you have to <lo.-Epictetus.' Fads for Weak \ Nine-tenths of all the sickness of won case of the organs distinctly feminine, every day by Dr. Pierce's Favo It Makes Weak Wo lt acts directly on the organs aaec ted an ti ve tonio for the whole system. It euri of hom'. It makes unnecessary the dis; local treatment so universally insisted : every modest woman. We thal), not particularize here as to those peculiar affections incident to v. wanting foll information as to their means of positive cure ore reit rr ed to tl mon Sense Medical Adviser-1008 pag< and up-to-date Edition, sent free on re cent stamp* to cover cost of mailing < binding for 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, I SULPHUR-? LIQUID LABOK'tL00L s>1 ALu 3ux fc.rr.-cti ve far t?ts?, Itch. Ringworm, PoUon Ook. Iiis-ct.iUiis?. etc. All SJclu fcraptl.???. aod Scalp Ailment*. You nu? not go to tho Sulphur Spring?; this eli ci T*a*. pert ?ct aa. poor Bath aud tBrl?oratto? luuic AMTHFIIT L?ROE JAR, SOr. 8 MA LL 25c. A Vii I Wt Ell I? ftwelUnica. Infla rm-il or ? hated Tai t $p!?udld rortb?CoB)pl*-xkm:keepflth?Bklu?ottau<i ?orS?io bj braggistA Jlaritfd by HANCOCK Ll tt 7?ar L caler oaa't inpply you. amt by XaU MR. GINN ER! Hove you ever seen the r When You Buy He This Year Be Sure Ask for The Blade f It will save YOU one-fourt cotton field. You can use it without si cotton stand. \ g0T With its keen cutting coi stead of PUSH away th bringing cotton to a stan If you will bul examine i riority at a glance. Your i", r aler ? J; n u?.l Uar*- tb re hoes or ft? THE JOHN REILY HOE C One day with life and heart is more than enough to find a world. F*?r H EA DA CH K- Hick?* < ' A P V DI JV K Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach ot Nr-rvous Troubles. Capudine will relieve you. It's liquid-pleasant io take-acts immedi ately. Try it. 10c.. 25c.'. and 50 cents at drug, stores. ( Many a man has a kick coming that never reaches him. . Dr. Pierce'* 1'leasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver ana bowels. Sugar-coat jd, tiny granules, easy to take. Do not gripe. To forget a wrong is to forgive it ten limes over. So. 9-'10. Allen's Tsunj Balsam is the old reliable cough remed v. Foun i in every drag store, aud practically every home. ? sizes. Vain hopes are often like dreams of those who wait. the A H >nrt-to-Heart Talk. Blood is the life of man. If your system has too much uric acid, your blood becomes poisoned and you are sure to have rheuma tism. By removing the cause Rheumacide, compounded in liquid and tablet form, cures the worst cases of rheumatism. Rheumacide is a specific for contagious blood poison. Begin in time. At druggists. Tablets by mail. 25c. Bobbitt Chemical Co., Balti more. Md. No man ever became extremely wicked all at once.-Juvenal. Those who want fewest things are nearest to the orods.-Diogenes. Who would fish for minnows wit) whales in si^ht? Vomen icn is due to some derangement or dis Such sickness can bc cured-is cured rite Prescription men Strong, Sic* Women Well. d is ot the same time a general restora ss female complaint right in the privacy igreeable questioning, examinations and upon by doctors, and so abhorrent to the symptoms of romea, but those symptoms and ie People's Com ss, newly revised ceipt of 21 ono >nly; or, in cloth Juffklo, N.Y. v HANCOCK SULPHUR COMPOUND rani CTC Per Bottle [SO table?] sos. Resultiere I Au LC I dwmiriKing, mrU.iit A.UI Corrective, Untying the Blood. Toning the Stomach, and lo the mttuem and prevention o? ISOIGKsriON. Ors ?epila. Lumbago, catarrh. Rheumatism. Gout, S'eiifcritloCol'C atone In the Kidney aud Bl udder, ?nd moot Kidney. I.lverand Stomach Alimenta. MAGIC WONDER tor Hemorrhoids, riles, bores. H. Burna. ) mis.-?. Sprain*, eta removes Pimples, BleuiUnes, Uliicxhea^s. eta Irv it. IQUlbSl'U'HUlt CO.. Baltimore, Md. or AXprete. prepaid. Write tor booklet on Sulpha* MR BLAST GIN SYSTEM? )o you want to increase your pi oil's 1 at the same time lessen your labor? Vi? nave spent f(> years perfecting a i system that would m> et the aotuni ufroments. And now we'v? got lt. Your ntmt nod nd'in .? ou n post cord ?Ul bring you fall imonnotion. F. a LUMMUS SONS CO., Columbus, Ga. :?NOH OF KICK A NI) SHOWROOMS 3u7 W. Trade St., ClmrL.tte, N C. EILY" HOE or Dixie I h labor and time in thc :mning and bruising the .nert you can CUT in e stalks not needed in d. it you will see its supe -x-a em for yon. If not, write us O. New Orleans, La. osVi "Free to Outr Readers. Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicajt?, for 4S-page illustrated Eye Book Froe. Write all abouc Your Eye Trouble and they will advise as to the Proper Applica tion- of the Murine Eye Remedies in Your Special Case. Your Druggist will tell you ?bat Murine Relieves Sore Eyes, Strength ens Weak Eves Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye Pain, and sells for 50c. Try It in Your Eyes and in Baby's Eye.?, for Scaly Eyelids and Granulation. The sunniest day is that which you have spent in doing good. Wonderful Statistics. When it ls considered tba ; the percentage of dentlis from consumption ls 91 per thou sand against G'3 pur thousand of any other malady, bow important to guard acaln^t a slight cold by tabing; Taylor's Coerokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein, the tested medicine for coughs, colds and con sumption, whooping cough, croup. At druggists, 25c. and 50 J. It matters not how long you live, but how well.-Publius Syrus. Only One "Bromo Quinine," That ix Laxative Bromo (?omine. Dook for the signature ot E. W. Grove. USPd tbe "World over to Curo a Co ? in Ono Day. 25c There are three common methods of growing strawberries,-in lillis, in narrow matted rows, br in wide mat ted rows. We prefer the second method. Arrange the first strong runners by hand, spacing them prop erly and securing each one in place with a little soil or a small stone. Then, when each row is full, cut ol? all additional runners that may grow. Keep the ground hoed and cultivated until late fall. The finished row should not be wider than fifteen or eighteen inches. Yesterday's voctories will help 3*011 in today's battles. TRIALS of the NEEDEMS HELLO'HELLO! WHATS \ THE MATTER? I CANT \ WAIT HERE ALL NIGHT \ CiVE ME CENTRAL AND \ ILL HAVE YOU DISCHARGED) MERCY. JOHN'YOU MUST BE FEELING RUN DOWN AGAIN TAKE A PAW PILL TO NIGHT HELLO. OPERATOR I WANT TO APOLOGIZE FOR THE WAY I SPOKE TO YOU YESTERDAY. 1 WAS FEELING OUT OF SORTS AT THE TIME; Manyon'* Paw Paw Pill? cons thc liver Into activity by geurie method.'. They do nor scour, gripe or weaUcn. They are a tonio to the stomach, liver and nerves; Invigorate Instead of weaken. Tbeyen rich tue blood nod enable the stomach to get'oil tbe nourishment from food that li? put Into lt. These pills contain uo calomel; they are Moothing, bealing and stimulating: . For sale by nil druggists In 10c and 25c *I*OK. If you need medlcnl udvlce. write Mun you'd Oo"toni. They will advise to tim Kent of theil chinty absolutely free of Conrsr". ?HTJNYON'H 53d and Joflerson St?., Philadelphia, Pa. Mnnyon's Cold Remedy cures a cold In one day. Trice 25c. .Munyon's Rheumatism Remedy rellevei la a few hours and cures in a few days. Price 25c. ORE AD F 1)1 CHANGE Mrs Jones Was io a Serious Con dition Before She Helped Her self With Cardui, the Woman's TOnic. Dexter, Tex.-"I certainly was in a serious condition when I wrote you for advice," writes Mrs. Calvin Jones, of Dexter, Tex. "I suffered a great deal with those dizzy, fainting spe'.ls, but after taking several bottles of Cardui, relief finally came. "'Cardui prepared my system for the dreadful change and when it came it was not half as bad as those dizzy spells I had before. I now help every day with the housework and am getting along fine. "Cardui is certainly fine for female complaints. My neighbors praise it and so do others." Take Cardui when you feel ill in any way, weak, tired, miserable, or under the weather. No matter what the immediate cause, it will help to brace you up, give you new fcrce and vim, help you to throw off the trouble that troubles you. Cardui will not interfere with any' other medicine you may be taking. It is a gentle, harmless, non-mineral, non poisonous, non-intoxicating tonic, that every woman ought to take when she is locking for health, strength, beauty and vitality. N. B.-Write to:-Dadles' Advisory De partment. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special Instruc tions, and 64-page hook, "Home Treat ment for Women," sent In plain wrap per, on request. Say what you please about heir looms, all that most of us ask are collections of time-honore, 1 family jokes. So. 9-'1U. * A PROFESSIONAL NURSE Tells of Five Years* Sufferings With Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Mrs. Mary Campbell, 1312 Jackson St., Phila., Pa., says: "For five years I doctored for kidney disease and got no better. The \ urinary passages ! were too fre- I quent and co- ! pious. I could not attend to my I professional du- ! ties. Since using Doan's Kidney Pills, however, 1 have found such welcome relief that 1 now rec ommend Doac's Kidney Pilli; to every sufferer I see." Remember the name-Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MUbuin Co., Buffalo, N. Y. . ? :.> u . . ? -? ' . . ?. f OR GENERAL STRIKE Sympathetic -Strike Will Take Place Saturday, MOBS CONTINUE T6 DO'V10LENGE. ?Cars Are Stoned, Motormen and Con ductors Beaten, and the Police Make Many Arests. ? /_ Philadelphia, Pa., Special-Action fraught with possible momentous consequences to Philadelphia was taken by the Central Labor Union Saturday night when that body, rep resenting 140 uuious with a member ship of 120,000,- it is claimed, voted to begin a sympathetic strike next Saturday in aid of the. striking street railway employes. This action came at the end of a secret session of about 700 delegates in labor lyeenm 'hall which lusted more than six hours. There was ap parently no question but that the del egates would vot? lo strike, the split being on the question of whether it would be started immediately. The oiore conservative*element prevailed, however, and the walkout was put off until next Saturday. Meanwhile there- is hope that the street railway strike will be arbitrat 3d, despite the repeated declarations of the Transit. Company, controlling all the lines in the city, that "there is nothing to arbitrate. ". Following the. publication of a statement that was made by John J. to have been made by John J. Murphy, president of the Central Labor union, thai "a general strike should be callhd immediately and there aro men in the Northeast who can shoot tos straight as any trooper who ever drew a breath,'' a warrant was issued Saturday night for the labor leader, chargihg him with in citing to riut. Riots in West Philadelphia and ia the southern part of the city follow ed the running of cars Saturday. Three cars were held up by an ob struction of the east end of the draw bri?Ige over the Sehulylkill river. A crowd of men showered bricks, stones and pieces of wood at tho motorman, conductors and policemen, who were guarding the cars. A policeman., with drawn revolver, forced his way through the crowd and dragged the injured to a power house. At the meeting of the board of di rectors of the company Saturday it was decided that any striker whose previous record was good would be taken back, providing he applied for his position before March 1. A reply was sent to tho committee of clergy men politely refusing to submit to the proposed arbitration. This atti tude of the company caused a re newal of the plans for a general strike. C. O. Pratt, the organizer of the carmen, who has beenuppposing this plan, said: ' . "A general strike will positevely be declared unless the company comes to terras. We are prepared to fight for weeks or months.: We are not whipped und the company will have to treat with us." E. E. Creenwalt, president of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, paid : "The street car strike has ceased to be a looal issue. It. is now a national one. The State and Ameri can Federation stand by to give; whatever support is deemed neces sary. The strike will be won." Augustus Belmont Married. New York, Special.-Augustus Bel mont, sr., the banker and millionaire racf.horse uwner, and Miss Eleanor Robson, who recently left the stage, were unexpectedly married at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon in Miss Robson's house here. It had been announced that the marriage would not take place until some time in March. Collar Button Saves Life. Winstoh-Salem, Special.-A collar button saved the life of Greer Gray, l?-year-old son of E. E. Gray, Satur day night in the box office of the auditorium. Accidentally a 32-calibrer revolver was discharged within a foot of his face, the bullet striking the collar button squarely and being deflected to the right of the Adam's apple and imbedded itself in the back of his neck. Militia Withdrawn From Cairo. Cairo, 111., Special.-The five mili tia companies that have been on-duty in Cairo since February 17 becaus* of the fear of race riots were with drawn. Government to Be Responsible. Washington, Special.-In accord ance with recommendations by the senate committee on finance the bill providing for t he issuance of $30,000, 00 of certificates of indebtedness for the benefit of the irrigation reclam ation sen ice will be so amended as to make the government directly re sponsible for the payment of the cer tificates. Probably Lost bi Sand Storm. Los Angeles. Cal., Special.-A ree mo party left here Saturday to search ;he desert about Mecca, Cal., for tfr. and Mrs. Waller Manson, of Slew Orleans and George Drake of Los Angeles, who arc believed to lave been lost in a furious sand dorm that raged Saturday iu tbo[ lesert. Saw Cut the Workman Bead. Durham, N. C., Special.-At C. G. Clare's wood yard in Hayti, suburban .olored section, late Saturday even ng. Haywood Cozart and Alexander jyon, both colored, were instantly tilled while operating the saw. A piece of it struck Lyon across he head, killing him instantly. The noken saw flew to pieces aud one of i ;he teeth struck Cozart, going al-1 I nost through his head, though kt i ved a. few mun?tes. Things are not always what they seem.-Phaedrus. Piles Cured in ti to 14 Days. Pazo ointment i? guaninteeu to cum any ca8eofItchintr,Blind,Blei.'diugoiPrc)trudmy Pile? in 6 to 14 days or money i etundad. 50c Virtue is bold, and goodness never fearful-Shakespeare. 'Let knowledge grow from mere to more.-Tennyson. In Agony With Eczema. "No tongue can tell how I sufferer for five years with itching and bleed ing eczema, until 1 was cured by the C?ticura .Remedies, and I am so grate ful I want the world to know, for what helped me will help others. My body and face were covered with sores. One day it would seem to be better, and then break out again with the most terrible pain and itching. I have been siclc several times, but never in my life did I experience such awful suffering as with this ecr.ema. I had made up my mind that death was near at hand, and I longed for that time when I would be at rest. 1 had tried many different doctors and med icines without success, and my moth er brought me the Cutlcura Remedies, insisting that I try them. I began to feel better after the first bath with Cuticura Soap, and one application of Cuticura Oiutment. . "I continued with the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, and have taken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv ent, and consider myself well. This was nine years ago and I have had no return of the trouble since. Any person having any doubt about this wonderful cure by the Cuticura Rem edies can wrtte to my address. Mrs. Altie Etson, 93 Inn Road, Batt]? Creek, Mich.. Oct. IC. 1909." , Who arc a little wise the best fools be.-John Donne. So. 9- '10. God Almighty first planted a gar den.-Bacon. Many Children Are Sickly. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil dren, used by Mother Grav, a nurse in Children's Home, New York, cure Fever :-hf.:?3, Headache, Stomach Troubles, Teething Disorders and Destroy W.orms. At all Druggists'. 25c. Sample mailed FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted.. Le Roy, N. Y. NEW DAWN FOR SOUTH. W. W. Finley Predicts Prosperous Future at Mississippi Meeting. "The South is a rich garden lying along the great highway that leads to the markets of the world, and the mission of feeding and clothing the East and North will fall unto the South of to-morrow," declared Presi dent W. W. Finley, of the Southern Railway, in an address before the Mississippi Society at Pythian Tem ple, Washington, D. C., last week. "The completion of the Panama Canal means a new era in the com mercial development of the South," said Mr. Finley, "and the opportunty . for inland waterway traffic, in con nection with the excellent Gulf and sea ports, means that the opportunity of Mississippi and the Southland is far beyond a few words to picture." Mr. Finley spoke of the demand for cotton, and said all nations usc the commodity, and that almost thc entire supply had to come from the Southern States. He also argued that in the days to come there would be a -diversity of crop raising, and that cattle and stock raising would* become a major industry of that sec lion. "The West," he continued, "is be ing gradually cut up into farms, and stock raising will not have the place . ?th er? that it has had in the past. "The grazing season is long in the South, and the day will come when the West will not enjoy the distinc tion of being the great stock-raising section of this country. The con sumption of meat today is greater than the demand, and there must be more slock raised." The speaker made it plain he be lieved in forest conservation, and de clared the most rigid legislation in this direction should be enacted. The forests of the South he considered the most valuable in the United States, and should be looked after be fore it is too late. So. 9-'10. A GOOD CHANGE A Change of Food Works Wonders. The wrong food and drink causes a lot of trouble in this world. To change the food is the first duty of every person that ls 111, particularly from stomach and nervous trouble. As an illustration: A lady In Mo. has. with her husband, been brought around to health again by leaving off coffee and some articles of food that .lld not agree with them. They began using Postum and Grape-Nuts food. She says: "For a number of years I suffered with stomach and bowel trouble, which kept getting worse, until I was very ill -most of the time. About four years ago I left off coffee and began laking Postum. My stomach and bowels improved right along, but 1 was so reduced in flesh and so ner vous that the least thing would over come me. "Then I changed my food and be gan using Grape-Nuts in addition to Postum. 1 lived on these two princi pally for about four months.. Day by day I gained In flesh and strength un til now. the nervous trouble has en tirely disappeared and I feel that I owe my life and health to Postum and Grape-Nuts. 4 "Husband is 73 years old and he was trnubled, for a long time, with occasional cramps, and slept badly. Flnallv I prevailed upon him to leave off coffee and take Postum. He had stood out for a long lime, but after he tried Postum l'or a few days he found that he could sleep and that his cramp? ri I sa puen red. He was satis fied and has nevergone back to coffee. "I have a brother in California who has been using Postum for several years; his whole family use it also be cause they have had such good results from lt." Look in pkgs. for the little book. "ThP/Road to Well ville." "There's a I Reason." Ever rend (lie nhovc letter? A new ' one jtppmrs from time to time. Tiley are genuine, true, und full of human Interest. I CONVINCING PROOF OF THE VIRTUE OF Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound What is the use of procrastinating in the face of: such evidence as the following letters represent? If you are a sick woman or know one who is, what sensible reason have you for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound a trial ? For 30 years we have b en publishing such testimonial letters as these-thousands of them -they are genuine and honest, too, every one of them. Mrs. S. J. Barber says : "I th ink Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound is the best medi cine in the world for women-and I feel it my duty to let others know the good it has done for me. Three years ago I had a tumor which the doctor 'said would have to be removed by an operation or I could not live more than a year, or two, at most. I wrote Mrs. Pink ham, at Lynn, Mass., for advice, and took 14 bottles of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, and to day the tumor is gone and I am a perfectly well woman. I hope my testimonial will be of benefit to oth ers."-Mrs. S. J. BARBER, Scott, N.Y. Mrs. E. F. Hayes says: "I was under tne doctor's treat ment for a fibroid tumor. I suffered with pain, sore ness; bloating, and could not walk or stand on my feet any length of rime. I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for ad vice, followed her directions and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound: To-day I am a well woman, the tumor was expelled and my whole system strengthened. I advise all women who are afflicted with tumors or female- troubles to try Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound." - Mrs. E. E. HATES, 18D0 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 'No one knows jwhat I have uuf> jfered from fe ?male troubles, .neuralgia pains, land backache. fiiiiMy doctor said jiiijjjhe could not give jme anything to Icureit. Through ie advice of a Tfriend I began Ito use Lydia E. JPinkham'j; Vege table Compound, and the pain soon disappeared. I continued f.ts use and am now in perfect health. Lydia E. Pinkhanrs Vegetable Com? pound has been a God-send to me as I believe I should have been in my grave if it had not been for Mrs. Pinkliam's advice and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." -Mrs. GEORGE MAY, 86 4th Ave., Paterson, ?. J. Mrs. W. K. Housh says : 'I have been completely cured of a severe fe male trouble by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compounci, and want to recom mend it to ?ll suf fering women." - Mrs. W. K. HOUSH, ? East, view Ave., du cinnati, Ohio. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you ho' good, do not continue to suffer with out giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound a trial. It surely has cured many cases of female ills, such as inflammation,ulceration,dis placements, fibroid tumors, irregu larities, periodic pains,ba?V2che,etc,to For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham*s Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman does justice to herself who will not try thia famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. gaag^ Mrs. Pinkham invites ail sick women SPS? to write her ior advice. She has guided thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass. A CERTAIN CURE, FOR SOR EVWEAK ? INFL AMED EYES. MITCHELLS ^1|P r$:MAKE$H Price; 25 ?ents.?/^^ Hie Right Way In All Cases of DISTEMPER, PINK EYE, INFLUENZA, COLDS, ETC, Of AU Horses. Brood Mares, Co'.U, Stallions, is to "SPOHN THEM" On their tongued or In the feed pat Epohn's Llqrld Compound. O?T J the rumody to all 01' them. It cunt on the blood and glanda. It routs the disease by ex pelling'the disease germa. It wards ell the trouble, no matter how they are "exposed." Absolutely free from anything Injurious. A ohlld can safely toke lt. SO cu. and $1.00; $5.00 and $10.00 the doeen. Sold by druggists, carnosa dealers, or sent, expresa paid, by tho manufacturera. Special Agent* Wanted. SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Cbemlita and Ba?certoloirista. GOSHEN, IND., V. 9. A. is the ghost that hannis every boor of s child's life. GOWAN'S PREPARATION ?ives instant relief and comfort Ja?; mb lt on-don't weaken the itomac'j with drags. Keep lt In the home. 51.00, 50c, 25c AUdruttlsts. Even a single hair casts its shad ow.-Publius Syrus. Baby Smiles When He Takes ?LD EE 8 "I have suffered with piles for thirty six years. One year ago last April I be gan talcing Cascarets for constipation. In the course of a week I noticed the piles began to disappear and at the end of six weeks they did not trouble me at all. sc arc ts have done wonders for me. I am entirely cured and feel like a new man." George Kryder, Napoleon, O. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good,] Do Good. Nover Sicken.Weaken or Gripe. 10c, 25c. 30c. Nover aold In bulk. The jen nine table: stamped C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. 220 CURE xs. tts ?ntait ni <&usst?? \ Sopleaatatchet beales ii-tn ' centaine a? epi ales. There ii oedtiaa ti* it fer BraxAiria. Aathasa ead afl ?bables of tba dwoat and ' A Staudea] Bcasedy foi Keg* a oeluiy. tel To Richmond, Virginia, CLARENCE COSBY Pays Market Prices and Deals Fair Mink 17.00 each. Grey Vox (1.35 each Rtccoon 1.70 " Opossum M ' Skunk 3.25 Muskrat, .63 " Rabbits 16c pound. We stand express charges on all shipments ot Fur whose value exceeds $10.00. THE LEXINGTON HOTEL Ii l CHM UND, VIRGINIA. wk. XANTHINEii Restores Cray Hair to Natural Color; REMOVES DANDRUFF AND SCURF Invigorates and prevents thc hair from fulling off. For Sal. b> Druggists, or Bant Dlroet by XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Virginia *>''r. SI Par Colli?. Jampl. Dotti. 350. Send for Circular 1 Clots to tte Depots, Post Offlce, Capitol Square, Wholesale and Befall sections. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS RATES REASONABLE If afflicted with weak Woo. a?o fhoflipson's Eye Waler Tne Ideal DAI ATA I ACniamof Cathartlo ars **a. cas tor Oil CHILDRKM LICKTMK SPOON. K.ll.T.iFI.i.l.nor, Cwncti erimia*. Alda Dit.niue. 2So. A'-L DKUOOIal?. Wo Buy [FURS Hides and Wool Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax. Cixaeng. Golden Seel,(YeIW Root), May Apple, Wild Ginger, etc. We aie dealers} eatabKahd in ?6,56-~Over half.a canary rn LouinnUe'"-md can do better for yea thea atenta or camniaaion merchants. Rcaateaca any Bank ?a LomcruV Write fer weekly pnce Eat and ebippiag tata. M. Babel A tons,, 227 S. 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