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Other Stoves Fail to Do ^ 3" 800 In almost every house there is l a room that the beat from the ^ \ other stoves or furnace fails to w * reach. It may be a room on weather" ride, or one having no heat No mat room or ttar n connection. It may be a cold hall wav. * ter in what part of the hous e —whether hallway—it can soon be made tnug and cosy with • PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped win» Smokel«*» Dertcm) Unlike ordinary oO heater, the Perfect!«« always. First and foremost it Is absolutely sefe—you cannot turn the wick too high or too low. Give# smoke or smell because equipped with smokeless device Can be easily carried from room to room. As easv to ooerste as a lamp. Ornamental as well as useful. Made in two finishes—nickel and japan. Brass oil fount beautifully embossed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 hour* There's real satisfaction in a Perfection 1OÜ Heater. Every heater warranted. If not at your dealer's wnte our / nearest agency for descriptive circular. _ | —, __ v makes the heme bright. The I amn Is the safest and best lamp for all -round booaehold y. y use. Glees a dear. sSMiff ' - licht. Fitted witt latest thr -.'rhout and nickel plated. without Improved burner. Made ©f braes M. .. . _ -_ Bverv lamp warranted. Suitable lor library, dining room, sailor or bedroom. If not at your dealer's write to nearest agency. M STANDARD OIL COMPANY PLANTS AND fRUIT TREES SEEDS, " Pr-wr I1IB« for »II Ttrlfl»#« #f ■rB4G«r^«^rrR»r«wB nerds I» h r M t»« MuidP »•* Fr» It vr .. l'ttulirv »««I F»«ltrr •■ffH*•••!• I®*| î^rsîhïïîn 1 . ran OTorvttlasaoottg f»r (kr mn> »I **v »CDDK» »IK tkfF.m K.ovBhvr, wo •*»• Lwr « Phowor .*•«»•. IBM llsCril •«. PooiBMWi ttallvr raijBTttWsasar. J. STtCKLER SEED CO. Lfcd, 5U^v^'Lr«W / OtL^FS.LA VIX 1—07. Oat of every one thousand eltters used in writing English E. occurs 137 time«. T is the next most frequently used. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days. Paso Ointment is guaranteed to cure any ease of Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pile«in®to 14days or money refunded. 6Uc. PI) I State Geologist Perkins, of Ver mont, reports that the asbestos mines of that State are not profitable be cause the rock is too hard. So successful has the application of the X-rays been in the treatment of children suffering from ringworm, that the Metropolitan Board, London, has been enabled to discontinue the use of one of the two Institutions reserved for such cases. Asylums Dr. Symes Thompson says the S ength of time taken in communlcat ng by touch is one-seventh of a sec ond before there la a consciousness of Ahe touch. When a sound is heard Khe interval is one-sixth of a second; when the object is seen the interval Is one-fifth of a second; *in the case of a thought it is one-fortieth of a second. . The Oregon Electric Railway Com pany baa arranged to penetrate the Wltamette valley south of Portland with an electric road constructed for the handling of freight as well as passengers. It will be constructed of seventy pound rails on rock ballasted road bed, with a maximum grade of (2.2 per cent, and a maximum curva ture of five degrees. Reinforced concrete piles have al ways been constructed by depositing .concrete around reinforcing bars or (rames in wooden molds. In Europe the molds are commonly set on end, hut this practice is not universal; America the most common prac tice. ja to lay the mold horizontally on the ground. Indeed, we recall 'but one Instance—the molding of twelve Inch piles on end for the pier construction at Atlantic City, N. J. I—in American work of piles jnolded fend wise. • < **'t»* - (-Iti* estimated lîlaTal le®«? 2,006 ?lr bales bl cotton aro lost through ut the 8outb every year because of frost aud scattered cotjon left In the Ifleld by the pickers. A iqac^lpe has t>eén invented called tt^e cotton sepa rator, which wili save nearly all this loss. It remains to be tested, how sver. It is claimed for it t fit tjte cotton boll can be saved 1)7 chine for grinding' an<| feeding to cattle, which will be of gréât vaine to the cotton growers. The eep&ra tor uses a series of sgWs operated by a pneumatic system. ma f Novel Honeymoon, .. The steamer Fred Wfyerkaeuser, Arhich will arrive b«fe from the ■oath, is attracting iqpre than ordi nary attention In this trip pwlng to ihe fact that Charles D. Reimers, of Fort Worth, Tex., and his bride are pnaklng a honeymoon trip on the boat. They are the only paaSengers. j Mr. Reimers, who was married on [Tuesday, detober 30, to Miss Linda fclay Saundera, decided tp sp&nd a part of his honeymoon at Rock Isl and, 111., the home of his youth, he In-ing related to a number of well known business men of .that city, who iare owners of the steamer Fred Wey erhaeuser. The boat has been en gaged In the trade on the lower river this season, aqd as It was to ( be sent ito Rock Island Ipr repairs dui^g the inter the brjdq and briôdfcropm de ded to make the trip bÿ* Water. They mqt the boat at New Orleans. It was fotjtfbusiy fitted up and the cabin. Was lavish!^ decked With : of the Un« burlesque show, observes the Montreal Star, will keep the average man awake longer than a dozen ser mons. FlT8,8t. Vitun L/aut e-.^ervoua Disease*per inanentiy cured bv Dr. Kline's Great Nerv« Restorer. *2 trial bottle and treatise free. Ur.H. R. Kline, Ld.,flBl ArehBt., P hila., Pa. A new electric fixture consists of a jeweled, hand-wrought, polished, brass band carrying a centre light with mother of pearl shades and three drop lights, with shades of the same material. State or Oaio, Cm or Toledo, ! Lucas Couktt. ( Fbawk J. 1 sehet makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chekkt ft Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforeeald, and that said firm will pay the sum of 0 x 1 rumored dol lars for each and every case of cataebr that cannot be cured by the use of Hall'b CATARRH CURS. FrASK J. OhEMET. Hworn to before me end subscribed In my . » . presence, this 6th day of Decern j seal. > ber, A.D., 1886. A.W.Glraso*, ' — > Xotary Publia . Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,and actsdireotly on the blood aad mucous sur faces of the system. Send toe testimonials, free. F. J. Chbmet ft Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 76c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. •f. The German Emperor has more servants in his employ than any other monarch. Altogether they number over 3000, about two-thirds of them being women. 'ine apnuguciu nepuuueau, dis cussing the findings of our insurance commission notes that for the most part the abuses are common and that our commission, like that of NeW York, finds the cost of insurance to be too high. The Republican con cludes; "In this connection Is to be noted a current United States consu-i lar report from Germany which says that the costs of running the German life insurance companies during 190? amounted to only 14.7 per cent of the premium receipts. In the case of our American companies the expense cost is about double that percentage and the net cost of life insurance to American policy holders on slmllai assumptions of mortality and inter est must be far higher, notwithstand ing the fact often paraded by Amer ican companies that the gross pre mium charge in Germany is higher than it is here. There is no good excuse for these extravagances In the American business, and still less ex cuse for their continuation after the public exposure which has been made. In order w .v, ** or tne dogfish, which preys on cod and haddock along the coast of Nova Scotia, it is proposed to catch, cook and eat it Well, why not? If the dogfish Is as palatable ®s the catfish it ought to pg83 militer. • -it Yale is to have a chair of lumber ing. If it were occupied by a log-roll ing Senator the New Haven boy« might learn some interesUng manners, predicts the New York World. POSTUM CEREAL CO., LTD. Guarantee On Their Products. We warrant and guarantee that all packages of Postum Cereal, Grape Nuts and Elijah'£ Manna hereafter told by any jobber or retailer, com ply with the provisions of the Na tional Pure Food Law, and are not and shall not be adulter ated or mil branded within the meaning of said Act of Congress approved June 30, 1906, and entitled, venting the manufacture, sale transportation of adulterated or mis branded or poisonous or deleterious foods, drugs, medicines, liquors, and for regulating traffic therein for Other purposes. Postum Cereal Co., Ltd. C. W. Post, Chairman, Battle Creek, Mich. Au act for pre or • » Dec. 12, 1906. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of December, 1906. Berjamin F. Reid, Notary Public. My commiAiion expires July 1, 1907. Our goods are pure, they always have been and always will be, they are not mis-branded. _ We have al ways since the beginning of our busi ness, printed a truthful statement on the package of the Ingredients con tained therein and we stand back of fvery package. FORT M'HINRY. The Star-Spangled Banner 8houid Wave There Forever. The evacuation of Fort McHenry by the artillery troops probobaly means the end of that historic fortification as an army post. This will cause gener al regret in Baltimore. For a cen tury there has been a body of troops at the fort Its history is linked with that of the national anthem and of the distinguished Maryland poet and law yer who wrote it The regiment of soldiers who were in this fort in Sep tember, 1814, shared with the troops at North Point the honor of saving the city of Baltimore from the British in vaders. For a century the people of South Baltimore have seen the Star Spangled Banner floating above Us parapets, and in all those years have become accustomed to the sound of the sunrise and sunset gun. The pol icy of the present administration is to concentrate the troops in fewer posts and to abandon the smaller ones. Fort McHenry has for a long time con tained but a small body of men and long ago ceased to be one of the real defenses of the city. The fortifica tions at Hawkins Point and North Point are now the defenses of Balti more. Still, In the opinion of some army men, Fort McHenry could be utilized properly as an inner defense and as a barracks for a considerable body of soldiers. At few places on the coast are the facilities for the rapid mobilization of troops as good as they are at this fort. From there men can be carried to Capitol Hill in Washington, If they were needed in any sudden emergency, in about as short a time as they could be brought from Fort Myer, in the suburbs of Washington, they could be transported to Phila delphia and in another two hours to New York. The use to which this splendid property at the entrance »o the harbor will be devoted in the future has not been announced. An effort has been made by the Mary land militia to obtain permission to use it Some time ago there was talk of asking Congress to give the grounds to the city for a park, but the proposi tion was not considered, more likely now that it will be used as a depot for the storage and distri bution of army supplies. It is best for Baltimore that Fort McHenry should remain an an army post. It is to be hoped that the United States will continue to hold it, and then there is always the prospect of having it again used as a militay post, long as it Is used for this purpose it has for the people in adjacent portion of the city some of the features and advantages of a park.—Baltimore Sun. In about two hours It seems TH* nt « Snake*. Eve The Power of a snake s eye. A naturalist writes: "Never seeing a snake charm a bird or animal, I con c, U ded R was . aesro ...persUtlco or fancy, devoid of fact So I continued to think till a few days ago, when a nf 11-1. fanner friend of mine, living four miles south of Abilene, told me what he had lately witnessed. "He said he was riding along on a , , " , , . 6 prairie and saw a prairie dog within a few feet of him, which refused to scamper to its hole, as prairie dogs usually do when approached by man, on the contrary he sat as if transfixed to the spot, though making a constant, nervous shudder motion, as if anxious to get away. "My friend thought this wan strange, . „„ . Ä „ _ _ A colled up under some bushes his head uplifted, about six or seven feet from the dog, which still heeded him not, hut lnokftH Rtcartliv nnem th« snake but looked steadily upon tne snake. He dismounted, took the dog by the bead, and thrust him off, when the "*■ ;**"■*• "'»f " remained quiet, immediately swelled with rage and began sounding his rat ties. The prairie dog for some time - . . _w.j seemed benumbed and hardly oapabM of motion, but grew better, and finally As got into his hole.- My friend then kil led the rattler. "I now give it up that snakes do in deed charm, or so paralyze birds and little animals with terror, when they can catch their eye, that they become helpless and motionless, almost as good as dead. "I know of nothing in all nature of bo dreadful appearance as the eye of a rattlesnake. It is enough to strike not only birds and little animals, but men, with nightmare. I have on sev eral occasions examined them closely with strong glasses, and feel with all force what I state, and I will tell you that there are few men on the face of the earth who can look upon an anger ed rattlesnake through a good glass—■ bringing him apparently within a foot or two of the eye—and stand it more than a moment To Aid Beaten Hortet. The number of horses that are beat en or otherwise cruelly and unneces sarily abused in Chicago every day la shamefully great. Many a man and women witness such brutality and ache for a chance to protect the horse, or at least to avenge him, and do not know how. way. He carries in bis pocket a bun dle of postal cards, sees a horse suffering at its driver's hands, he pulls out a postal card, ad dresses it to the employer or firm whose name appears on the wagon, de scribes the team and driver as well as he can and states the facts. Then he signs his name and address and drops the card in the nearest letter box without waiting for his good im pulse to cool.—Chicago Record-Herald. One Chicagoan has found a Whenever he Pinless Chinese. A member of the Chinese Legation, clad in splendid pale hued silks, stood before the Casino at Newport. "Pins," he said, "cause untidy habits We have no pins in China. The right way to fasten things is with buttons and buttonholes or with loops and frogs. To fasten things with pins is to make use of an untidy makeshift To employ pins is to become lazy and slovenly. ''We have no pins in China. Certain foreign manufacturers shipped millions of them to us in the past but we sent them back. We had no use for them. We are too neat''—Providence Jour naL In the Land of Melokkah, or Median, are old mines in which mining tooly ' v the date 600 B. C. have been roun'' The story that is of Interest to-day Is usually the work of two persona The illustrations, whether photo graphs or drawings, are seldom the work of the writer. Neither Is per fect without the work of the other. So it is with most grocers and man ufacturer. It is seldom that one per son can give full attention to the work within the store and at the same time properly draw the atten tion of other than regular customers 'to the store. This has created a de mand for the advertising grocery specialist, and the value of his or her services are coming to be more and ha ore fully recognised, and offers a profitable and pleasant field of work for the person thoroughly understand ing the work of the grocery business, fend able to write an advertisement Which will "—' * eond." ttenato. sarcasm in public life and it failed, observes the New York Tribune. He had an ex ceptional gift for making enemies, and* they ultimately retired him to private life. Once an intimate friend wrote asking his influence in favor of a friend desiring a public appoint ment. To this letter thfe Senator re turned a very sarcastic answer, and received the following reply: "My Dear Senator: I think it would be well for you to reserve your sarcasm for the rapidly increasing number of your enemies, instead of offering it to the decreasing number of yonr friends, of whom I am one. said Mr. Ingalls never forgot the re buke. but it was too late > It is There Is no humor like good humor, declares the New York Tribune. We laugh at humor, if we may, but to good humor we pay our respect as an altogether admirable thing. It is one of the most desirable attributes In so ciety and in politics. A «nan who has humor and good humor Is an ornament to life. Nursing Mothers p..id Over-burdened Women In all stations of life, whoso vigor and vitality may have been undermined and broken-down by over-work, exacting social duties, the too frequent bearing of children, or other causes, will find In Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription the mos' potent, invigorating restorative strength giver ever devised for their special bene fit, NursIngAnothers wlRfind it especial ly valuable ihsustaining Their strength J™ 1 pronmting\n àtaindant nqurishmeni for the child, axp^ctant toe will find it a priceless !P te ™. fo, i ^ ab y' . Y .H ÈÂSSS4 of the female system? - Delicate, hervuus, weak women, who suffer from frequent headaches, back ache ara „ ing .J uwn dlstrm} low down | n the abdomen, or from painful or Irreg ular monthly periods, gnawing or dis FfT 1 »? n! * ati< ? n In stomach, dizzy or faint spells, see imaginary specks or spots floating before eyes, have disagreeable, pelvic catarrhal drain, prolapsus, ante version or retro-version or other displacc 0 f p ar t* w ni t whether they experience many or onlv a few of the above symp toms, find relief and a permanent cure by using faithfully and fairly persistently Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This world-famed specific for woman's weaknesses and peculiar ailments Is a pure glyceric extract of the choicest na ft m^iicinal roots without a drop of alcohol in lu make-up. AH Its ingredi enU printed In plain English on ite bottle wrapper and attested, under oath. Dr. p , erce thus lnvl|#B the full( * t | nV ostiga t ion of his formula knowing that it will be found to contain only the best agents !3££ u C e f 0 r the cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses and ailments. ^ you want to know moro about the composition and professional endorse men t of the "Favorite Prescription," send postal card request to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for his free booklet treat th< and re s comin in? ? I ing of same. - You can't afford to accept as a substi tute for this remedy ofkruncn comixmltUm a secret nostrum of unkiuncn compoair Won. Don't do it Charity and piety are not always on speaking terms. Itch cured in 30 minute, by Woolford'« Sanitary Lotion; never fail.. 80 dby Dnig gwta. Mail order« promptly filled bv Dr. E. Detchon Med.Co.,Crawford«vule,Ind. 81. Of all men «ailora «uffer moat from rheu matism. NO RELIEF FOR 15 YEARS. All Sorts of Remedies Failed to Cun Eczema—Sufferer Tried Cuticura and is Entirely Cured. "1 have had eczema for over fifteei years, and have tried all sorti of remedial to relieve me, but without avail. I stated my case to one of my friends and hi recommended the Cuticura Remedies. ) bought them with the thought that thej would be unsuccessful, as with the others. But after using them for a few weeks ] noticed to my surprise thst the irritatioi and peeling of the skin gradually d€ creased, and finally, after urtng fivè cakd of Cuticura Soap and two boxes of Cuti cura Ointment it disappeared entirely, i feel now like a new man, and I wouk gladly recommend these remedies to al who are afflicted with skin diseases. Davit Blum, Box A, Bedford Station, N. Y. Nov. 6, 1905." ' They now tell ns that the guillotine is misnamed. It is called after Dr. The London Chronicle GuiUotin. says it is a vulgar error that Dr. Guil lotin died on the guillotine, and equal ly false that he invented it He rec ommended that decapitation should be the form of execution for all classes, a and afterward Dr. Louis recommended a machine, rough forms of which had been used in Scotland, England and other countries, at first called the "loulsette,'' after Dr. This machine was Louis, but the name was subsequent ly changed to guillotine, much to the disgust of Dr. Gulllotln. P > A j / I P w III ft 0 Nm tut nUL" é thsz* mol (HuÉ. cm kart. "Li Cnofe" Hair Restorer corrects this, ud sabs tiskurfa stnkU uâ cfcuv hr a — 1 té u/ » 9 * Pat r A r < •y^y: *<) k> n Oj What JoyThey Bring To Every Home : as with Joyous hearts and smiling faces they romp and play—when in health—and how conducive to health the games In which they indulge, the outdoor life they enjoy, the cleanly, regular habits they should be taught to form and the wholesome diet of which they should partake. How tenderly their health should be preserved, not by constant medication, but by careful avoidance of every medicine of an injurl ç objectionable nature, and if at any time a remedial agent is required, to assist natuh only those of known excellence should be used ; remedies which are pure and wholesome and truly beneficial In effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has come into general favor in many millions of well informed families, whose estimate of its quality and excellence is based upon personal knowledge and use. Syrup of Figs has also met with the approval of physicians generally, because they know it is wholesome, simple and gentle in its action. We inform all reputa ble physicians as to the medicinal principles of Syrup of Figs, obtained, by an original method, from certain plants known to them to act most beneficially and presented in an agreeable syrup in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to promote the pleasant taste : therefore It is not a secret remedy and hence we are free to refer to all well informed physicians, who do not approve of patent medicines and never favor indiscriminate self-medication. Please to remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup of Figs * always has the full name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Co.—plainly printed on the front of every package and that it is for sale in bottles of one size only. If any dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty cent size, or having y inted thereon the name of any other company, do not accept it. If you fail to get e genuine you will not get its beneficial effects. Every family should always have bottle on hand, as It is equally beneficial for the parents and the children, henever a laxative remedy Is required OUS 0 o e A • •• Cherokee.Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein KSSy®Ei Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe for So*jears.^All 60c u 11 4% 1.00. USE TAYLOR'S r ui mau y years tne people were so much Impressed by railroads that they forgot all about canals, and gave inadequate attention to rivers. Now, the Philadelphia Record thinks, they are waking up to the impor tance of water transportation, which is always cheap and where monopoly Is impossible. DAIRY FARM BARGAIN 1)4 miles from Vicksburg, large barn, ten room two story house, necessary out buildings, 40 acres of land, fronting on Military Park boulevard. For terms ad dress. Mrs. Jno. C. Hanley, Vicksburg, Miss. You will never discover a man's true nature until yon permit him to owe you money. TORTURED WITH GRAVEL. Since Using Doan': Kidney Pills Not a Single Stone Has Formed. Capt. S. L. Crute, Adjt. Wm. Watts Camp, U. C. V., Roanoke, Va., says: I suffered a long, long time with my back, and felt draggy and list less and tired all the time. I lost from my usual k & weight, 225, to |h* 170. Urinary pas pjr sages were too frequent and 1 have had to get up often at night. I had headaches and dizzy spells also, but my worst suffering was from renal colic. After I began using Doan's Kidney Pills 1 passed a gravel stone as big as a bean. _Since then I have never had attack of gravel, and have picked up to my former health and weight. I am a well man, and give Dcan'l Kidney Pills credit for it. Sold by all dealers. • • mm •• ml >■ it an ■ ■ 50 cents a Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, box. N. Y. Most men know a good deal less than they think other men think they know. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Broxno Ouinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grovf's signature is on each box. 25c. Nothing hut six feet of earth will keep a good man down—or a bad man either. <• Keep Tour Blood Pare. , No on* can be happy, light-hearted snd healthy with a body full of blood that s u-.fwt do it# dnty to every part because of ip immnty; therefore, the first snd mast important work in hand is to purify __ ___ every orgno will g^the full benefrt of a healthy arcalefion. There it no remedy we know of so good as thst old family remedy, Brand re th s Pills. Each pill contains one serin of the solid extract of sarsaperfflft blended with two grains of a combination of pure and mild vegeta ble products, making it s blood purifier unexcelled in character. One or two taken every night for awhile will produce sur prisant rtstuS. * ~ , . Brandteth's Pills have been m use for over s century and are sold in every drug end store, plain or sugar -fiçatou. A new material to supersede tin foil is being made tn Germany. It is a paper coated with aluminum. Mrs. Winslow'sSootbing Syrup for Children teetning.eoftens thegum&,redwesinttarama don, allays pain,cures wind colic, 25c a bottle English people cat on an average thirteen pounds of butter a head year ly. That is morç than is eaten per head in any othefr nation. IS (IFTTRZl) TO j WORTHV YOUNG PEOPLE HELP W« e arnoetly request all young persons, no Blotter how limited their means or education. Who deelre a thorough business training and rood position, t<> write at once for oua great half-rats offer. Success, Independ ence end probable Fortune guaranteed. Don't BELA T—WRITE To-DAT. Ga.-Ala. Bus. College, Macon, G a. Snowdrift Hogless Lard ? None anywhere near so good, X so pure, so economical, so sat y isfactory. V If. S. Government Inspected. HICKS* CAPUDINE immediately cum» HEADACHES Smki up C O LEXS in 0 to n nouns ■Trial Bartl» Kk. Si OntfM» It's better to have money to barn than to have time to waste. LUMBAGO AND SCIATICA VL A ST. JACOBS OIL Penetrates to the Spot Right on the dot. Price 25c and 50c Mozlej 's Lemon Elixir The Ideal Sommer Medicine Xu - .jA--, - Cute« Constipation, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Headache, Colic, Disordered Liver and Kidneys, and keep» the sv»tem in perfect eon ÏS the bowels. t dition by rcguUlUg Tones Up the System Kuit. fil' «né enable» you to enjoy the <<M S.miRei.' Pleasant to take; gentle $2 In action, but thorough in results. 50c. and $i.eo at drug »tores. "ONR DOSS CONVINCna" * j pgpj Machinery l'.i 1 Repaired! Gin and Mill Supplies . . . B. a. Robinaon'a GIN a MACHINE WORKS Vlokabupg, LEWIS H. WHITE 62! Bienville Street, NEW ORLEANS. BIcbwi BAitct pri«« paid for Hides, RAW FURS and Wool. j Dropsys ' F.moTM all »welling la S to *• 4ayi ; ilnU a penmaaoat car* ia jots k4Ay». Trialtroooaeat ^ rivea fr»f. Hothlngeaa he lotrct ZB Write 0« . M. H. Sresn's Ma ü. SMfllalKt«, Sox is. AtlSJrts, «Si 21.5e 26 4» lOOu gallon CiEtorn 1550 gallon Olstera 2100 gallon Cistorn * Oypreeasash and door* Tory ebeap Wiro «croons and doors ohoapb W. LEWIS ft CO., Llmltod 816 1-9 Barosne Stroot, HXW ORLEANS, •sad lor Catalogue. Write for P«ri< Bears i PECAN NURSERIES A *5 & * ITo J A.BEAR prop PALATHA. FLA. j teMD fob PBter 1 /.» r <0 fesr G A-JL f it • bookkMpls« 01 «hortk»»d *4i Hl« CL' .•rolml «Root. W» ahe VMk h» mail. BRYANT A STRATTON B»4> «00« Collof e. Dent- A., L»»ltrlil», E* o : 31 r< 623 No Limit! r\SQ You too would hsvs to build \r - F bis set barns If you would Y only liston to reason snd "Id- \ eroase your yields per acre" yj oy enriching your soil and feeding IF your plants wTut that wonder-work««, Virgifia-CAftiiBi Fertilizer. It has been the tremendous sucoess of many farmers all over tba South, who started life with only a few acres ends one-horse plow. Now, after using those fertilisers for many years, these farmers are rich. Bead what they say in our almanac. Ask your dealer for It, Of send oc. in stamps to pay cost of wrap ping and postage oa a copy. Bo sura anTask forVirginla-Carolina Fertili sers, aad accept no substitute. r Vk-gl als- Carolina Chemical Co. f Richmond. Va. Norfolk, Va. Durham, N. C. Charleston, 8. C. Baltimore, Md. Increase \bar \leld» Per Acr* Atlanta, G a, Savannah. Oa. Montgomery, Ala. Memphis, Tenn. Shreveport, l.a llttèrs CJiemfpcd VIX 1-07.