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ORES Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh Unless Hands Were Tied—Wasted to a Skeleton—Awful Suffering for Over a Year—Grew Worse Under Doctors—Skin Now Clear. WOULD HAVE DIED BUT FOR CUTICURA. *■My little boo, when about, a year and a half old, began to have Bores come out on his face. I had a phy _ Bician treat him, but the sores grew worse. Then they began to come on his amis, then on other parts of his body, and then one J\ nine on his ehest, ''worse than the v others. Then I rail ed another physi cian. Still he grew worse. At the end of about a year aud a half of suffering he grew so bad I had to tie his hands in cloths at night to keep him from scratching thesores and tearing the flesh. “He got to be a mere skeleton, and was hardly able to walk. My Aunt advised me to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment. So great was her faith in it that she gave me a small piece of Soap to try and a little of the Oint ment. I took it home without any faith, but to please her I tried it, and it seemed to dry up the sores a little. “I sent to the drug store and got a cake of the Soap and a box of the Ointment and followed the directions, and at the end of about two months the sores were all well. He has never had any sores of any kind since. “He is now strong and healthy, and I can sincerely say that only for your most wonderful remedies my Srecious child would have died from lose terrible sores. I used only one cake .of Soap and about three boxes of Ointment. (signed) Mrs. Eg i bert Sheldon, R. F. !>., No. 1, Wood ville. Conn, April 22, 1905.” Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor, from Pimplea to Rcrofula, from Infancy to Age, eonifitlng of Cuticura Noap, 25c., Ointment, 50c., ReaoU oent, *0r. (In form of Chocolate Coated Pille, 25c. per vial Of 0& \ may be had of all druaglata. A alnile *et oftencuru.1 . Potter Drug* Cham. Corp., Sola Propi., Bolton. ' Mailed Knt," How to Cure Baby Uuinort." DENTAL NOTICE I have engaged the services of an expert platemaker, who will do noth ing else. DR. SNEDECOR, 410 First National Bank Bldg. ANNOUNCEMENT For Sheriff. I hereby announce myseir as a candidate for the office of sheriff of Jefferson coun ty, subject to the action of the demo cratic party, in the forthcoming primary. ALBERT STRADFORD. I hereby announce mykelf as a candi date for the office of Sheriff of Jefferson county, subject to tho action of the democratic party. J. F. STILES. For Road Supervisor. To tho Democratic Voters and Citizens of Jefferson County: I am a candidate for re-election to the office of Road Supervisor, subject to the action of the democratic party. J. ED HAIGLER. For Representative. I hereby announce myself ns a candidate for the office of representative from Jef ferson county to the lower house of the legislature, subject to tile action of the democratic primary. W. E. URQUITART. DRS. DOZIER & DOZIER MEDICO-SURGICAL AND ELEC TROTH ERAPEUTIC INETI TUTE, 1171/4 N. Twenty-flret Street. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA. I Di\f <X t> Do*1er. Dr. Byron Dozier. 1 A strictly hlgh-clas.5 Institute for the scientific treatment of all Chronic, Nervous, Blood, Skin. Rectal, Female and Oenlto-t'rlnnry diseases. Deform ities, Tumors. Stiff Joints, Cancer, Lupus. Malignant Ulcers. Rheuma tism Tuberculosis and Consumption. [Hemorrhoids, Varicocele, Hernia \ and Venereal dlseaaes of every name, nature, form and character are also treat ed, and a legal guar antee of Cure will Be Qlven In every Cate. Cur . equipment, consisting of well kept prescription department, X-Ray, Violet Ray, Static and r»alvano-Fsr adle apparatus. Suner-Heated Air, Arc Light Cabinet, Hurka Nebulizer .id Osone Inhalation for nose, throat end lungs, and a thoroughly equipped Surgical Department, modern and up to-date In every particular, give ns a prestige over all competitor* In Ala bama In our special line of practice. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED Consultation and examination free. Terms liberal nnd confidence held fnvlolatc. Ofrioe hours 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays. 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. A FEW OF MANY ENDORSE MENTS FROM THE PRESS: The Llrminghnm Ledger: Drs. Do xler are without doubt the best known specialists in the South, and their fame Is due entirely to their great skill. The Birmingham News: Both Drs. O. T. and Byron Dozier are reliable and experienced physicians and Bur geons. who deserve the great suocees which has been and la theirs. Age-He*rld: Drs. Dozier’s long standing and approved abilities en title them to the proud distinction of standing at the head of their profes sion. MEN AND WOMEN. Cm Biz €1 for unnatural disc barges,inflammation!, Irritation! or nlcsratloM •f mucous membranes, Painless, and naft aatrlft* tent or poiaoaoaa. *•14 by Dr agrarian, or sent in pU!n wra** bj express, prepaid, tm •l.M. or 3 bottles *2.75. GADSDEN PLANT TO BE MUCH ENLARGED Will Have Daily Capacity of Twenty-five Cars OTHER RAILROAD NEWS W. R. McDougal Has Been Named Gen eral Superintendent of Atlanta, Bir mingham and Atlantic R. R. Frisco Officials In City. Gadsden. March 34.—(Special.)—It has been learned from a reliable source that the Gadsden Car works, which are owned and operated by the Alabama Great Southern railroad, will be greatly en larged shortly. The works are now turn ing out five rebuilt cars daily, and the enlargement will give a daily capacity of twenty-five cars, which would mean a pay roll of $70,000 per month. Negotiations are pending for the pur chase of property adjoining the present plant, but the owners have set too high a price, and It may be necessary to move the plant to another site and a proposi tion will be made to the railroad com pany offering them a larger site in case the owners refuse to sell at a reasonable figure. The new buildings and machinery will cost something over a hundred thou sand dollars, and the foundry, which Is now idle, will he placed in commission and worked to its fullest capacity. The plans and specifications have been com pleted, and official announcement will be made as soon as the deals for the property are closed. John Sebastine, passenger traffic man I ager of the Rock Island-Frlsco system; George H. Dee, general passenger agent of the Rock Island; W. H. Richardson, general passenger agent of the Chicago and East Illinois, and J. N. Cornatzer, assistant general passenger agent of the Frisco with headquarters In Memphis, spent yesterday afternoon and part of last night in the city. The party arrived yesterday afternoon on the Frisco train and left ljist night at 10:20 o’clock for Memphis. They were entertained at the Country club by A. D. Lightner, general agent; F. A. Griffith, traveling passenger agent, and E. T. Willcox, division freight agent. The passenger officials were on a tour of inspection and are visiting a number of points of importance on the Frisco and Rock Island. The trip yesterday was the first visit of Sebastine to Birmingham, and he stated that he was greatly impressed with tiw city. lie was recently appointed passenger truffle manager of the Frisco in addition to his other duties. W. R. McDougal. formerly trainmaster of tiie east end and also of the west end of the Birmingham division of the South ern railway, with headquarters in Bir mingham, was yesterday appointed gen eral superintendent of the Atlanta, Bir mingham and Atlantic, the load being built from Brunswick to Birmingham and to Atlanta. At present the road is being constructed in the neighborhood of Talladega, and a surveying party is near Bessemer. Tho work is being pushed rapidly, and within a few months trains will be operating into Birmingham. Mr. McDougal was connected with the Southern as trainmaster for about three years, haying come to the Southern from one of the western roads. T. F. Steele, general freight agent of the New Orleans and Northeastern, with headquarters In New Orleans, spent yes terday in Birmingham. lie will be in the city until tonight. C. A. Cowles, general agent of the Nor folk and Western In Atlanta, spent yes terday in Birmingham. Herbert Ray, general agent of the Mer chants and Miners* Transportation com pany, with headquarters in Atlanta, spent yesterday in Birmingham. By next Sunday night the yards of the Louisville and Nashville In the Birming ham district will be practically clear. Another Immense movement Is expected next Sunday and Superintendent Brooks expects to practically clear the yards. The Louisville and Nashville has been badly Congested for some time on account of lack of motive power with which to move the Immense business offered. Every Sunday for several weeks from 1000 to 1200 •‘loads" have been moved . Gadsden. March 14.—(Special,)—The depot at the Ninth street station of the Louisville and Nashville railroad Is being moved ubout two hundred feet from Its present location, and the site now occu pied will lie used as a site for a turn table. The greatly Increased business has made these improvements absolutely necessary. The improvements will cost several thousand dollars. RECORD OF COURTS There was little out of the ordinary in any of the courts yesterday, although a heavy amount of business was transact ed in the .aggregate. Reports received from the home of Judge Dan A. Greene were to the effect that | he was showing continued improvement, and would doubtless be back in the court house again in time for the opening of the spring term of the criminal court, which will be held April 9. The following business was transacted in the city court yesterday: Harrison Phillips vs. the Pratt Coal company, verdict for the defendant. Mrs. IJlliun McWhorter vs. the Alabama Great Southern Railroad company; ver dict for the plaintiff for $6000. The plain tiff sued for damages for the death of her husband. Philip Carey Manufacturing company vs. the Southern Construction company; ver dict for the plaintiff for $4c>8.41. Monarch Water Heater company vs. the Alabama Supply company; dismissed for want of prosecution. S. Augustson vs. A. O. Hidden; dis missed for want of prosecution. Rena Nelms vs. the Great Southern Home and Industrial association; dis missed for want of jurisdiction. Henry Moore vs. the Tennessee Coal. Iron and Railroad company; dismissed be cause the plaintiff was absent. Judge Ferguson in tlic city court has WHO IS MOST BEAUTIFUL? You ask me who is most beautiful? I answer, it is THE WOMAN WHO HAS NEVER SUFFERED PAIN. Pam, with its distorting fingers passed over womans face, will soon steal away her great treasure—Beauty. Have you ever seen a person you knew who had passed through some terrible experi ence of pain—a fire, a railroad wreck? Did you notice the years—ten, twenty or more—that seemed to have been added to that person’s face; the hair whitened perhaps in a single night? In no way will so strongly be brought home to you the fleeting character of beauty. It is not wrong for a woman to wish to be beautiful. It is a part of her NATURE, implanted in her at birth, and therefore must be right. Now I want you to understand that the pain from which you, as a woman, suffer every month will act in just the same way with you as (only, perhaps, more gradually than) a railroad wreck. It will steal your beauty. It will undermine your health. Your grinding headache, backache, dull aching, dragging pains, dizziness, etc.—You surely do not think these are NATURAL? And if not natural, of course they can be relieved or cured? Yes. Take Wine of Cardui. It is the remedy for women’s ills, for women’s pain; the renovator of woman’s health, the preserver of her beauty! What more need be said? “But is it all TRUE?” you ask. So true, that for over 70 years Wine of Cardui has been one of the most popular of all medicines for women. Its use has grown continuously and steadily, and in that time over a million women have found in Cardui relief and cure. The explanation is not far to seek. It is a woman’s medicine. It is prepared scientifically to combat woman’s ills, to cure her pains. It is not for men. It is not claimed to be a general remedy for all diseases. It is composed of choice, curative plant ingredi- i ents, which are adapted to soothe, cure and build up the strength of women’s special organs. Because of all this, it goes deep down into the very origin and cause of women’s special diseases and troubles,stops PAIN, relieves and cures in flammation and disease. Try it. “MY DOCTORS GAVE ME UP” writes Mrs. Malinda A. Akers of Basham, Va., “and said no medicine could reach my case. I had trouble for 15 years, and suffered every , month with headache, pain in my j back, shoulders, limbs and side. I had ‘pro'aPse’ an<l could not stand on my feet. At last my husband got me Wine of Cardui, and after taking nine bottles I am now enjoying the best of health.” I . • [ Get a $1.00 Bottle To-day Nsnici..... »».•*, • • at Your Drug J'tore “ ; s:. handed down a decision relieving Rose Meredith, a minor, of the disabilities of non-age. The following business was transacted in the chancery court yesterday: In the case of R. N. Wheeler vs. Wil bur Jackson, et al., a decree was handed down by Chancellor Benners striking from the tiles the petition of the complainant for the payment of certain rents out of a fund in the hands of the register of the court. An order was handed down by the chancellor requiring that all the testimony be published in the case of Mrs. E. H. Meade vs. E. G. Gillespie, et al. The report of Register Altman of the sale of certain property in the case of Mary Saffold vs. Bet tie Trimble was read in open court and was ordered to lie over one day for exceptions. Non-suits were taken in two cases of , John Malian vs. the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad company in the circuit court j yesterday, owing to the absence of the plaintiff. The. case of E. B. Bruce vs. the Bir mingham Railway, Eight and Power com pany is on trial in the circuit court. In this rase the plaintiff sued for damages because of alleged harm done io abutting property through improvements made by the defendant railroad company. Henry Redden, indicted for changing his name, was released from custody yester day, the state having failed to make a case against him. The following new suits were Hied in the city court yesterday: Ritta Blakely vs. B. T. Moore and T. W. Evans, as partners, for damages in the sum of $5000. The plaintiff alleges that Wesley Johnson, a minor son, received in juries by jumping from a moving train at the command of the defendants, after having been taken out of Birmingham to I a point in Bibb county, near Fen wood. The B. F. Roden Grocery company vs. M. E. Fowlkes, for $*J43.45 alleged to be cine on notes. Benjamin S. Patrick vs. E. W. Ewing. Jr., for $155 alleged to be due on notes. diaries E. Matthews, as administrator of the estate of Robert E. Lee Matthews, a minor, deceased, vs. the Birmingham Railway, Light and Power company, for damages in the sum of $25,000. The plain tiff alleges that the intestate came to his death by being run over by a car of the defendant company in Avondale Janu ary 24, 1906. In tin* United States court yesterday a verdict of not guilty was brought in by the jury in the case of Wesley James, charged with breaking into and robbing the postofflce at Morris, some miles from Birmingham. The case of Jesse Mot low, charged with removing from a distillery tiOuO gallons of whisky without paying the Internal rev enue charges on same, is now on trial. The case will be completed this morning Licenses to marry were issued at the probate court yesterday to the following persons: Charles Holding and Miss Ophelia Honeycutt, E. T. My rick and Miss Ad rienne May Bullock. The following cases are on the docket of the city court for trial today: First Division—Cora' Burton, adminis tratrix, vs. Alabama Steel and Wire corri pany; Nina Powell, administratrix, vs. Alabama Steel and Wire company; Mrs. Mamie Morgan, administratrix, vs. Ala bama Steel and Wire company; M. A. Collier vs. Birmingham Steel and Iron company. Second Division—City of Bessemer vs. Gerst Brewing company; G. B. Edwards vs. Mary Scruggs; Charlie McCollum vs. Birmingham Railway, Light and Power company; J. T. Haynes vs. Birmingham Mining and Contracting company. The following cases are on the docket of the chancery court for trial today: William T. Quinn vs. Tennessee Coal. Iron and Railroad company et al.; fJohn R. Copeland vs. Emma J. Bond et al.; William Francis Douthit. pro ami. vs. Maggie M. Douthit; Charles J. Strong vs. Josetta Strong; Mrs. J. W. Redd vs. George Fagan et al.; Mary Ellen Car vs. Thomas Car. The following cases are on the docket of the circuit court for trial today; Mrs. Nellie Reed vs. Southern Railway company; Sidney Hart vs. Amelia Stode nieyer; Mrs. Leila Zotoles vs. John W. Andrews; Young Bufford vs. P. C. Cham bers et al.; Birmingham Paint and Roof ing company vs. Louisville and Nashville railroad company. Tired and nervous women find help In Hoods Sarsaparilla. It enriches their blood. New Ice Company In Opelika. Opelika, March 14.—(Special.)—The law firm of Samford & Duke today filed pa pers for the Renfer Ice and Coal com pany. which is capitalized at $2o.000. This new enterprise for this city will be placed on the lake near the Opelika cotton mills and the work of erecting It will begin this week. The board of directors is composed of the following business men: D. S. Robert son, J. L. Renfer, Albert Steiner of At lanta; C. J. Stewart, and M. M. McCall. The following officers have been elected: D. S. Robertson, president; Albert Steiner, vice president; J. L. Renfer, general man ager. The Renfer Ice and Coal company will do a, wholesale and retail business. The output of the plant will be thlrty-IM tons per day. Phone 278 (People !) U you want Gawk Enpravln* Co. J SLIM JIM—Well I’ll be horse-swag gled! Where did you get that stack of bones? FAT BILL—Bought him at auction as a companion for you. Fat SUGAR GLEN Pare Sugar Cane Syrup and you will get fat on it, too. You can eat SUGAR GLEN three times a day and never get tired of it. Its quality is so high and its flavor so good that its superiority lasts as long as your taste for good m© lasses lasts. Ask Your Grocer for Sugar Glen Pure Sugar Cane Syrup. „ Sold in 25c, 40c and 75c Cans. Sugar Glen Molasses Candy Kisses are sweet and wholesome and nutritious—25c per pound, 15 for 5c. J. E. MOODY, Manager, Birmingham. Office, 2109 Morris Avenue. Bell Phone 533.