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WISE OR PHONE
US YOUR ORDERS
For now or
socond-hond
LEVEE
BAGS
We can skip
immediately
day or night
DELTA BAG GO
M
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
/. C. WERNER,
Manager.
LONG DISTANCE PHONE
DAY-MAIN 953,
LONG DISTANCE PHONE
NIGHT-UPTOWN 559-L
C arolina Cement Co.
ATLANTA, Clt « RLKSTON,
BIRMINGHAM, NEW ORLEANS.
LIME, CEMENT, ETC.
Lead Plaster Sap .lulls Fartlliaer. Baa Oatalog.
-AC«r MUT COATED ASPHALT ROOMS.
L tand tplr, 1er Barns, Residences, Warchou.es.
Better, twee per than «hier lea ai *
Salarias. prias*. sddrsaa Uk.PT. O.
HICKS'
CAPUDINE
INMISMIdlT COSUCS
HEADACHES
iBreaka up COLDS
m s to it noun.*
American exports of cotton, raw
cad manufactured, were last year
#431,000,000. Iron and steel came
next with $134,000.000 ; then bog pro
ducta with $105,000,000.
Chicle is the milky sap of the sa
pote tree and is used for chewing
rum. This gum is now exported more
from the adjacent territories than
from Yucatan.
A heart of gold is better than a
cheek of brass.
A man's past doesn't interest a
woman as much as his presents.
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RHEUMATISM
AND
NEURALGIA
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The Proved Remedy
For Over 50 Years. X
Price 23c and 30c !.
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For all kind* of Hard
wood Lumber, green
n ; will Inspect at
' quantity justl
BK1, ; ilp He*. Describe what
ou have for sale.
AMERICAN HARDWOOD LUMBER CO
NEW ORLEANS LA.
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Fm
Acre
Ooe Of The Results
of liberally n»ln*
■era. is to pay off a mortgage
the old farm Read the fol
lowing from Moaara Wherry
A Son,owner* of th* Magnolia
milt Farm, Durant, Bias.:
" w# made 3W0 from one acre
strawberries, on which
fertilizer* were used.
our fertlll
on
your
Eight
year* eg owe bought thi* place
et 120 per acre. It was then
considered to have be en wot*
out twenty
by liberally
years before, but
- ...
Virginia-Carolina Fertilaer*
under pee* and velvet beans,
we ran now grow almost any
thing, end have been offered
MBU per acre for the piao«. Wo
experimented with a groat
many brands of fertilizer*,
bat find the highest per oent.
cheaper. " Now doa'tyou think
Virginia-Carollns fertiliserS
would enable you to pay off a
mortgage If you had one?
Wall, don't use any other.
Vlrgtaia-CeraUaa Chemical C*.
Richmond. V*. A
Norfolk. V*. M
Durham, N.CL 1
f Charieetor H.&
Baltimore, jd.
Atlanta. Oa.
Savannah, 0*t
Montgomery, Al
Memphis, nn.
Shreveport, lot.
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. No Wonder,
"1 do not wish to boast, gentlemen,"
said the «t&r witness at the Insurance
Investigation, "but allow me to point
out that i orginated the famous High
lick policy."
"What is the HIghlick policy?"
asked the chairman of the investiga
tion cor hittee.
"It is the enrollment as agents of
all the Alpine guides of Switzerland.
Every Alpine guida, when he gets a
tourist in a particularly dangerous
place says:
"•This crevasse is seven thousand
feet deep, sir, and the foothold is
most unsteady. Over one hundred
and eighty lives have been lost cross
ing the snow bridge that now extends
before and behind ua Three English
gentlemen were killed here yesterday.
Don't you think, sir, you had better
take out an insurance policy? I am
an accredited agent 1 can enroll you
on the spot, sir.
"Our HIghlick policy," concluded the
star witness, "has been most success
ful. "—New England Grocer.
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FITS, St. Vitus' Dance : Nervous Disease* per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. S3 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline. Ld.,981 Arch 8t .. Phils., Pa.
An empty purse is no evidence of
an empty head.
Pile* Cured in « to 14 Day*.
Paso Ointment is guaranteed to cure a»;
ease of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding
Pile* in • to 14 days or money refunded. 60c.
Invite the hot fair spouter to cal)
again in December.
DOCTORS MISTAKES
Are said often to be buried six feet under
ground. But many times women call on
their family physician*, suffering, as they
Imagine, one from dyspepsia, another from
heart disease, another from liver or kid
ney disease, another from nervous pros
tration, another with pain here and there,
and in this way they present alike to
themselves and their easy-going or oyer
busy doctor, separate diseases, for which
he, assuming them to bo such, prescrit)«
his pill* and potions. In reality, they ar«
all only symptoms caused by some uterin«
disease. The'Jïhfcsician, "ignorant of the
cause of sufferingVkuf P* upmsjreatment
until large bills are nMe. J4>c>u|rerina
patient gets no bette _
wrong treatment, but probably worse:
proper medicine IlkrDr. Plemt'AF a vorite
Prescription, directe d to the cau^c would
toms, and instituting comfort instead ot
prolonged misery. It has been well said,
that "a disease known is half cured."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is i
scientific medicine, carefully devised bj
an experienced and skillful physician,
and adapted to woman's delicate system.
It is made of native American medicinal
roots and is perfectly harmless ln JU
effects in Thu ymniwm QI lli£ Jaimi
cuttern.
As a powerful invigorating tonic "Fa
vortte Prescription" imparts strength tc
the whole system and to the organs dis
tinctly feminine In particular. For over
worked, "worn-out," run-down." debili
tated teachers, milliners, dressmakers
"shop-girls," house-keepers
nursing mothers, ana feeble women gen
erally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescripts
is the greatest earthly boon, being un
cqualetf as an appetizing cordial and re
storative tonic. . ,
As a soothing and strengthening nerv
Prescription " is unequal«
and is invaluable in allaying and sub
duing nervous excitability, Irritability
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration
neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, SL Vitua'i
dance, and other distressing, nervou.
symptoms commonly attendant
functional and organic disease of tin
uterus. It Induces refreshing sleep am
relieves mental anxiety and despondency
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets fnvjgora*
the stomach, liver and bowels. 0_
thnv a (Wo F,*«v to take as candy.
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There will come a thrashing tim
for those who sow wild oats.
AWFUL ATTACKS OF PAIN.
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A Most Dreadful Case of Kidne,
Trouble and How It Was Cured.
er
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to
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Thomas N. McCullough, 321 Soutl
Weber Bt., Colorado 8prings, Colo.
For twelvi
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says:
or fifteen years I
was suffering fre
quent attacks oi
pain in the bad
and kidneys thaï
lasted for tbre<
weeks at a time
i
alfflHBIr ifyltrta 1 would be unabli
lo turn in bed
U*^it 4n>', Wmm The urine was ii
a terrible condition, at times a com
plete stoppage occurring. I begat
with Doan's Kidney Pills, and soot
felt better. Keeping on, I found com
plete freedom from kidney trouble
The cure has been permanent. I owi
my good health to Doan's Kidne:
Pills.
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be
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or
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Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
When the average man does you i
f.-.vor he never lets you forget it.
PHILIPPINE "DOBIE ITCH.''
Itching Pimples Covered Body—Dis
charged For Disability—-Found
Cure in Cntlcura Remedies.
*T enlisted in the Corps of Engineer* 4
a telegraph operator, and, while stationed
m the Philippines, I became subject to th«
Dobie Itch/ u th* natives coll it. In
this disease small, white, itching pimple«
form under, the skin, generally between th<
toe«, on the limbs, between the finger*
and under the arms. I never knew of s
originating outside the Philippine
Islands, but have known of many case*
where it has returned in this country and
invariably at the same time of the year
aa th* original attack. The cause, so far
as I aowld learn, was some tropical parasite
or garni peeuhsr to that region.
"I got so bad that I was confined to my
quarters s week at a tune. The Army
Surgeons applied some carbolic solution,
and ifi would disappear for a time, when it
would break out again. I was discharged
from th* Engineers by reason of disability
contracted in line of duty, and when 1
had the trouble again, my druggist, Mr.
Z-, of Brooklyn, recommended Cuticura
Remedies. The immediate relief was
fest with my first purchase, and the
malady quickly yielded to the Cuticura
Remedies. It ka^ never recurred or both
ered me since 1 began to use and continued
to use the Cuticura Remedies. You
quote
ediss
rase
of
ma (
may
•* a believer in Cuticura Rem
peraotuü experience. John S.
oda m Sand* 8t., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
. » afi d 36, 1906.» _
A woman isn't necessarily «marl
hecausa rim «ays things that smart
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WOBJLPqi WORKER COTT W.
A mem specie*, first sold lost npring; wau
■'•hsd by 100 differemi tanner*; ba»pro
^ fl ?r * bÄl ** highly
liflej big boU, small seed, good staple.
Humphrey*, Godwin A Co., Mempb
to
ily
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One way to get out of a tight place
is to »ober u».
PEARLS OF THOUGHT.
Work cures worry, ,
Sorrow is the parent of many •
song.
The law is best kept when it is lost
In love.
To work for lave is to learn to love
your work.
Cursed be the success that crushes
aspiration.
The doing of daily duty makes every
day divine.
The only way to discover truth is by
doing truth.
He who cheers others need not fear
for himself.
The problem of living can not be
solved by talking.
The right to rule is acquired by rul
ing ourselves aright
The man who laughs at bis troubles
soon laughs over them.
Back of all public corruptions are
our private compromises.
Human kindness is the greatest law
of the heavenly kingdom.
The man who la&ks moral muscle
always thinks he is meek.
Things are not heavenly unless
they essentially are happy.
The front door to delight lies
through the garden of duty.
The finest prospecta in life are found
at the summit of disagreeable duties.
An unearned advantage is a disgrace
if there be no unrecompensed service.
He only can walk in the high places
who walks humbly before the most
high.
Our great losses are not the things
taken from ns, but the things ws
miss.
It's not the engine with the loudest
exhaust that is hauling the longest
train.
If you would hear the joy of Hear-*
en you must go into the saddest places
of earth.
No man has a poorer outlook on |
It is an ill time to boast of your
speed when your lusts are running
away with you.
life than he who always is on the
lookout for himself.
Many a man thinks he is religious
because he has a peculiar pleasure in
regulating other folk.
. He* who has learned to do deeds
that are immortal no longer worries
over the Immortality of his soul.—Sen
tence sermons, from the Chicago Tri
bune.
Bird Whose Accomplishments Rival
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Those of a Magpie. j
Monsieur Miguaud, a French scient
1st, has recently complied some inter
eating information with reference to
the musical accomplishment of a spar
row in his collection of living birds.
He captured the sparrow soon after
it had been hatched, and fed it by
hand until it could care for itself.
AN EDUCATED SPARROW.
.
Then he placed it in a cage containing
a chaffinch, a goldfinch and two can
aries. After a time the sparrow learned
to warble like the finches and to trill
like the canaries, the imitations be
. . . . . 1
ing SO perfect as to deceive the ear. ,
In the spring M. Mignaud iS accus
tomed to keep a box of crickets near
his bird-cages. Two days after the
crickets had been placed near the
cage containing the sparrow the latter
began to imitate their cry interming
ling it with. Its songs. Even after the
crickets had long been dead the spar
row remembered its lesson and con
tinued to repeat their cry. None of the
other birds attempted to imitate the
crickets.
Singularly enough, the sparrow nev
er utters the peculiar equalling cry of
its own species, having been removed
from the nest too early, apparently,
to have learned it
Ought to Change Their Style.
When a man goes out to speak to
people he at least ought not to do
them any harm by bolding up false
ideas of life and confusing young peo
ple as to the meaning cf success. The
commencement speaker has much to
answer for along this line. Boys and
girls have been told sc often about
the success of big men and so little
about the success of
those
who,
though not born great, made the most
of themselves and lived happy and use
ful, thought not famous lives, they are
apt to get the wrong idea about what
success really means; and because they
can't all be president or governor,
as they are falsely tola they can be,
they are apt to think that they can't
be anything. The value of education
i 3 dwelt upon as a means to achieve
wealth or fame or both. This is why
there is so much error as regards the
true value of education which means
simply that each individual should be
trained or educated to use to the
greatest advantage whatever powers he
has, be they large or small. But be
ing told that education means that a
boy will necessarily become a govern
or or a senator or occupy some other
high place, many people have come to
think of education only in this sense,
and so when they see a man who has
been to college and been "educated"
and does no good in life, they say that
education does not pay. The com
mencement sky-scrapers ought to get
down to their business and find what
education really is and then talk about
it, and stop the meaningless jangle of
words that often have more Bound
than sense.—Monroe Journal.
Civilization Does Not Enfeeble.
We need not have the slightest fear
that civilized man is going to become
degenerate from city dwelling or any
of the other straiha of civilization.
Contrary to popular belief, the white
man of today has a lower death rate, a
higher average length of life, 1 b taller,
heavier, and stronger than any of hia
predecessors, or any known race of
■av&ges.
American and English soldiers will
contain men who can outrun, outwras
tie, and outswim the best athletes of
any native tribe.—Success Magazine.
Almost any company of
Method In It,
"But why in the world did you want
to dope, anyway?"
"Well, I was in hopes that h«r fam
ily would never forgive ua.'—Chicago
Record-Herald.
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NATURE PROVIDES
FOR SICK WOMEN
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a more potent remedy in the roots
and herbs of the field than was ever
produced from drugs.
In the good old-fashioned days of
our grandmothers few drugs were
used in medicines and Lydia E.
Pinkham. of Lynn, Maas., in her
stndy of root* and herbs and their
power over disease discovered and
gave to the women of the world a
remedy for their peculiar ills more
potent %nd efficacious than any
combination of drugs.
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LYDIA E.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
is an honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value.
During its record of more than thirty years, its long list of actual
cures of those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to the respect and confidence of every fair minded
person and every thinking woman.
When women are troubled with Irregular or painful functions,
weakness, displacements, ulceration or Inflammation, backache,
flatulency, general debility, indigestion or nervous prostration, they
should remember there is one tried and true remedy, Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. '
No other remedy in the country has such a record of cures of
female ills, and thousands of women residing in every psrt of the United
States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable compound and what it has done for them.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health. For twenty-five years she has been advising
sick women free of charge. She Ls the daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pink
her assistant for years before ner decease advised under her
immediate direction. Address, Lynn, Mass.
ham and as
Estimates of the country's copper
production this year place the output
at between 940,000,000 and 970,
000,000 pounds. Last year's produc
tion was 901,000,000 pounds.
There is more Catarrh in this section of
the country than all other disease* put to
gether. and until the last few year« was sup
posed to be incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science haa proven
Catarrh to be a conatitutional diaeaae, and
therefore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only con
stitutional cure on the market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drone to a teaepoon
ful. It acts directlv on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They offer one hun
dred dollars for any case it fail* to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials. Address F. J.
Cheney A Co., loledo. O.
Sold
Take
by Druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pill*
for constipation.
The sea-level canal from Mar
seilles to the Rh;ne River is to be
completed in seven years at a cost
of 313,710,000.
Invigorate the Digestion.
To invigorate the digestion and stimu
late the Torpid liver and bowels there'«
nothing so good aa that ol<l family remedy,
Braadreth's Pills, which ha* been in nse
for over a centnry. They cleanse the blood j
and impart new vigor to the body. One
or ^ ^ght for a week will usually I
he ell that is required. For Constipation
z&sï. short time afford great re
Dnadnthl
^etaST^Xpted to ;
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e Pill* are the same fine lax
. fwery drug and mediane store,
«tiler plain or sugar-coated.
iffg school,
It sometimes happens that the first
gteps for divorce are taken at a danc
H. H. Omen's .sons, of Atlaata.Ga.,tr»
the only »ucceseful Dropsy Specialist* in the
world. See their liberal offer m advertise
ment in another column of this paper.
Wood intended to be made into piano*
require* to be kept forty year* to be in
perfect condition.
Mrs, Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
toetning, softens thegums,reducesinflamma
tion, allays pain,cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
A farmer's idea of bad weather : a
the kind that goes against the grain.
The self-made man is as proud of
the outcome as he is of his income.
A Little Child
Heart
carries with it the possibilities of great happiness, into the heart of a
childless home. Women who wish for children, should understand
that sterility is not so much of a disease, as a symptom of female
weakness, and, that in 90 cases out of 100, when the female weak
ness has been cured by
Of
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URDU
the
WINE
Woman's
OF
Belief
Home
the longed-for visit of the stork comes. Dr. J. J. Livingston, of Freeman, Ind.,
▼rites; "I prescribed Cardui to a lady patient, who had previously had thro* or four
mishaps. She took 6 bottles and was soon made the happy mother of a well-grown
boy, who is still living and doing well. 1 think that Wine of Cardui is the sole cause
of her being able to have this child." Whatever may be the form of your female
trouble or weakness, try Cardui. It is a reliable remedy for all the diseases peculiar
to women.
WRITE US FREELY
tod frankly, to strictest confidence, tetfing afi year
troubles, and stating your age. We will send you
FKEX ADVICE, in plain seeled envelope, and a val
uable 64-page Book on
Address: Ladies' Advisory Department, The
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenu.
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Home Treatment for Women
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AT ALL DRUGGISTS IN $L00 BOTTLES
CM
Poor blood is easily told, by splotches, pimples, boils and
other defects in the skin. Poor blood is bad blood, diseased
blood, poisoned blood, caused by imperfect liver action. To reg
ulate your liver, purify your blood, cleanse your system from all
poisons and impurities, take a course of
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THEDFORD'S
BLACK-DRAUGHT
Splotches
On Your Skin
It is a purely vegetable remedy, safe, reliable, prompt and
without bad after-effects, and is sold in 25c and $1. packages.
Insist on having Thedford's Black Draught It is the most
widely imitated vegetable liver medicine in the world—WHY? M
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Only the magician's wife doesn't
care if her husband is tricky.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo
Druggists refund money
E. W. Grove's signature m on eaoh box. 26c.
Among those who handle high ex
plosives there runs this proverb: "In
this business a man never makes
more than one mistake.
Quinine Tablets,
if it fails to cure.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woo!ford'*
tary Lotion ; never fail*. Sold by Drug
gist*. Mail orders promptly filled by Dr.
E. DetchonMed.Co.,Crawfordsville,Ind. $L
mm
Of all men sailor* suffer most from rhea*
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hr we»- BRTiNTa STRATTON Beat
!#«* College. Pe gu A., LeelevtU». 1?
ALFALFA
Best seed for sale. Write for samples,
prioes and FliEE directions "13" on grow
ing. J, E. WING à BROS., Box 13, Me
chanicsburg, Ohio, or Eutaw, Ala.
Cherokee »Remedy ot Sweet Oum and Mullein Remedy for
rVvlHc I nrtrjrkrw» »U Throo* and Lung Trouble*. Thoroughly Wated
COUgn*, C01Ü8, LaUlippC A* so years. All Drugglit*. *5«, SOc an4 0l.OO»
USE lAYLOR'S
PEARLS OF THOUGHT.
Work cures worry.
Sorrow Is the parent of
song.
The law is beet kept when it is lost
in love.
To work for love is to learn to love
your work.
Cursed be the success that crushes
aspira tien.
The doing of daily duty makes every
day divine.
The only way to discover truth is by
doing truth.
He who cheers others need not fear
for himself.
The problem of
solved by talking.
The right to rule is acquired by rul
ing ourselves aright.
many a
I
living can not be
The man who laughs at bis troubles
soon laughs over them.
Back of all public corruptions are
our private com promises.
Human kindness is tbs greatest law
of the heavenly kingdom.
The man who lacks moral muscle
always thinks he is meek.
Things are not heavenly unless
they essentially are happy.
The front door to delight lies
through the garden of duty.
The finest prospects in life are found
at the summit of disagreeable duties.
He only can walk in the high places
who walks humbly before the most
high.
Our great losses are not the things
taken from us, but the things we
miss.
It's not the engine with the loudest
exhaust that is hauling the longest
train.
If you would hear the joy of Heav
en you must go Into the saddest places
of earth.
It is an ill time to boast of your
speed when your lusts are running
away with you.
No man has a poorer outlook on
life than be who always is on the
lookout for himself.
Many a man thinks he is religious
because he has a peculiar pleasure in
regulating other folk. ,
LEWIS H. WHITE
621 Bienville Street,
NEB ORLEANS.
III(fcs(t asrkst files raid 1 st
Hides,
RAW FURS
and Wool.
Dropsy!
fteutoves all swelling In 4 tc m
day* ; effects a permanent car
in jot© So day*. Trialtrcetmer
riven free. Nothing can be fake
Write Dr N. H. Grata'* Som,
gsMtaliat*. Baa «* Atlanta, nr
'mai||||!h
r l larrwloi I.ro.ni! for C,?.« ton
_ i, rri4.se. ot th..r .uprr.-.r awr
Our ryprSM w.t»r Iss», sr» oust al! r »»4 |,
«„.ojl, m.d. Md Mrh took ..thuroughl,
inr th. f.-lor, Wrlto
4sw*s»4
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for
O'-rra
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N«r Or toon. Lo
VIX 5—'07.
CABBAGE Flouts, CELERY Pl.nto
£ïk'S.Tr*ry)rr-i>dj ta« of Dec. Lettuce, oufon
Ume or enrller Reduced exprei» rot*-» pro» toed, which. wOrasttcekv*
wtîfriveu!. «0 peVnet te*. then ^rc-*or,dtoe rmu-n Price.: S-eJljot.
U «u. ... ik. iiio.ml large lot *1.00 to *1.25 per theuwad, K. O S- Meg
rrUa!s. l A rimtV oThltc 'pine CucottLer Seed Oi cent, per pound,
f OR tsesgrttk 8. C. The bolted stale. Agricultural P.p*rtTT>«M
. _ ». .... . . . Statkei oc owr farm*, to test *11 fcwd* ot vegetable«,
N*», . "îl. Lheae experiment, we will be pleaaed to give you «a ny time .
«ally COM»*«*- jfW | mg y T Ol,y e» experui^ B1JTC1 f COMFA j tlfi M KLUETT», ». C.
-
Says Pe-rn-na I» a Good
Medicine.
Mayor of Sunbaff*
for Fanners' BanM
and Loan Oo.,
confidence in the
a great medicine
L have known mang
obtained beo#
J cannot
Hon. 0. G. Brooks,
Ohio, aleo Attorney f
and Bunbmry Building
writes:
"I have the utmost
virtue of Périma. It is
I have used it and
of my friends who
ficial results from Me use
«raise Peruna too highly.
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*
HON. O. O. BROOKS.
rpHERE are a host of petty ailments
X which are the direct result of the
weather. ,
This is more, true of the excessive heat
of summer and the intense cold of win
ter, but is partly true of all seasons of
Whether it be a cold or a cough, catarrh
of the head or bowel complaint, whether
the liver be affected or the kidneys, the
cause is very liable to be the same.
The weather slightly deraugee the mu
cous membranes of the organs and the re
sult is some functional disease.
Peruna has become a standby in
thou nantis of homes for minor ail
ments of this sort.
Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna
Almantic Petr iOO7.
ftBjâi Machinery
12Eli Repaired I
I
Gin and Mill
Supplies . . .
13. «J. Robinson 1 *
GIN S MACHINE WORKS
Vlohabu r»|I,
tL
Hogless Lard
None anywhere near so
good, so pure, so eco
nomical, so satisfactory.
U. t. Government Inspected.
VIX 5—'07.

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