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A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE
Of Painting'Requirements wo f iT e Mnrh bpnur. When one sees the surface of a honae or other building scalingi or peeling, or »potted or blistered. »bowing other symptoms of paint 'disease.* It Is evident that a poor palmer has been on the job. or that poor paint waa used—or possibly that a good painter has been dominated by • property-owner who knew nothing about paint. It Is an easy matter to be Informed or a paiat and painting. A complet# ntlag guide, including a book of ^ijrhrmr~ either for exterior or W \jm i—specification.» fer all kinds ■■Mating,— and an Instrument for •Meeting adulteration In paint terial, with directions for using It. may bo had free by writing National Lead Company. 1902 Trinity Bldg., New York City, and asking for House owner's Painting Outfit No. 4 3 Then, every houseowner should tnake It a point to get only well known reliable brands in buying his p _ m» materials. Pure white lead la esp daily important, or the paint will not prove satisfactory. "tputch Boy Painter" trademark of National Load Company, the largest ■ makers of pure white lead, is an ab to cuar.tr,too of the purity nnd Quality of the white lead sold That trademark Is a safeguard agaiust paint trouble. ! , j The famous fo! micr It. He wise today, t 1» madness to de fer.—e Young. ECZEMA BURNEO AND ITCHED. or eighteen year, ago ec fern» developed on top of niy h,ml It burned and itched so much tliut 1 »a, compelled to show it to a doctor. He pro re^em^rrd.^;; ^z went up my arm. and to ,n> T« finally on my fac© Tue burning was tome thing terrible I went to another doctor who had the reputation of teing the heat in town He told ine it »■«, ecccm. Hi, medicine checked the advance of the die concluded to in the first trial. completely free from the disease and I have not l-oen troubled since ( IturUurt. 236 •W. Market St., ( hBinlicrehurg, p» Sept. 19, 190» Potter Drug A i he n Corp sole Props, of Cuticitra Remedies. Boaton M— 1 ore CatNrrh In this section of ,.?i euuBlr T ,ha . n " u 0 '' ,Pr dl,oa*", pit to- , p<M«d r to a be ^ucur?ble!*'F* Tg"M*n?äni years boctors pronounce i it a local dtseas'o and proscribe! local r*m*dlca and by o.,n ' un'!inci!! iMnc,';l r !'i* l L h atwrrh to boa const t it u tlonaTdl»"l^ rP I^d ro< l*** re8 constitutional tie«tiii«fet. * < atarrh Cur«. m*nufoctur«Ml by FJJ. V.^***y ULia. AA LUo limy Qt n •tlt utloDAl oar«« os tko mark«t. ft U i+kJklm torn ally In d<<*4»* from 10 drops to a tfa* ful. It ac»t* dirt surf a«-«;* of th«* Cpreatl Over Hand, .Arms, I^-g. and «»CO—!t Wu bomethlng Terrible 'omplrte Cure by t'utlcura. 'Almut hft He bears it most. — Shakespeare. misery best who hides There I» r. OB ly on the blood and muoo .stem. They offer on« hu dre«I dollars for anyca:«« it f .ils to eure, send tor circulars and tf-stimonials. Addieas i. J. Cbknky A Co.. Toledo. Ohio, sold by OrugplKtji. 75. Takt« Hall'» Fa u> i' rA wmiww i Whether fium Cold,. Hot stonuch or ti'. rT ïï u *,E ro ", M '* ('«nudltie writ; relieve you ,t*ly. yU Try v*"« 1 »c.''and voJ-' «"dm* __ It doesn't pay to take things easy, ; unless they belong to you. , -pocketbooks mily 1*111«» for const Iputi Arms and laws du not flourish to gether.—Caesar. r»r HEtDtl Hi: Hlrll Wiw peonle use Hamlin, Wizard Oil to ~kJ"r K"i„'h"„ k pTe ,r try ^ metita. Aak your druggiata about it. •to ' A light heart lives long.—Shakes ! pcare. ! i I : ; r Yin F Plntrham'cVanala — « J*»C,rluRH«IIl S V CgClfl' ble Compound Cured Her r pcare. AFTER DOCTORS FAILED; ■ . Li V ■ Willimantic. Conn.—"For five vears I suffered untold agony from female troubles, causing backache, irregulari ties, dizziness and nervous prostra tion. It was impossible for me to walk upstairs without stopping on the way. I tried three differ ent doctors and j each told me some- ; thing different. I received no lie tie (it from any of them. | but seemed to suf fer more. The last ; 3 wouk/testote d my health. I began ; taking Lydia E. Plnkham's A egetable ; Compound to see wbat it would do. ( and I am restored to my natura' health. ''—Mrs.. Etta Donovan, Box 299. Willimantic, Conn. The anreesa of Lydia E. riukham'i Vegetable Compound, made from roots anil herbs, is nnparalleled. It may be used with perfect confidence by maÜonf uloemtiOT^tÛInAd'^umon^ïr- ; regularities, periodic paina, backache. 1 bearing-down feeling, flatulency, lndi- . gestion, dixxinesa, or nervous pro.-..a boa. women For thirty years Lydia E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy to r female (Us. and suffering women owe it to themselves . to at leist give this medicine a trial. Proof ia abundant that it lias cured thousands sf others, aad why should it sot cure you ? ' THE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. ! e Bow »* *» Messccd by the Dictatorial Method, of the Greedy The atrical Tim. a or tb# brightest jewel in tbe croeu of a tr<H> »"d eoveretgn people (This may or may not be a quota ,lon - w * don't know. Any way. It by »° an<li good. and. what Is better. It s true) - Our father, on this side and tbe °*ber side of the sea rought. bled and died to win this freedom for t From New York Life ) A free, fearless and honest press Is or of ,aws and our c °urU surround It with protection. us Our But what about a pres, that doesn't rare t0 be free?—a press that cares u can * atber Into Its till than It does »bout Its duty to tell the truth, the w bole truth and nothing but the j Lately there's been a great to-do be ,wt,en President Roosevelt and a eer ,ain sectlon of *he pres. With the nu ' r ''* of the discussion this depart _ J ment of Life has nothing to do. but It has called out so much tslk about the more for the pennies and dollar, that ■ j u * in « 8 P» C<> ! It is a broad assertion, and one that Invites unpopularity, to say that , every man who writes dramatic crltl j rlsrn In New York Is influenced by the advertising of the Theatrical Trust The statement, however, is broadly true. freedom of the press that it invites attention to certain matters where the press has not been so insistent on Its freedom, or. at least, has been willing to peddle out that freedom at ! , bo much per line agate for its adver It does not mean that these writers do anything that Is dishonest or that they could be Influenced by a brll)e - Many of them are personal friends of the present writer, and for their Integrity hewould gladly vouch, But before their eve. Is ever present ,h h e °v he ,a,c, ot o,hers * ° baT * ^ ,hPlr ,0llraKue *' bat who hav * been dl »charged from their P°* ,,lon *- driven from their choseu **Hlng. and even deprived of their means of livelihood, because they had written too freely, too fearlessly and too honestly of the enterprise, of '«t^T'.h ' TT Knowing the P 1 tbat tbp b,llllnpss office the mont 'J r en<1 of » newspaper—plays In K» editorial affairs, can a writer, no matter what assurance he may have from his immediate editorial super 1 lor, write freely and fearlessly when he knows that at any moment the owner of the paper, the man who gets f be money It makes, may decree hi, , dismissal because his writings dc rr '' ase9 th *' owner ' 8 «ncoine? Is not tb * 9 knowledge that the bread and butter of himself and those depend ent upon him is at stake, hound to cxprt 1,8 'mwilsclmis Influence' In Cincinnati, lately, every theatri cal advertisement ln all the other newspapers hag carried this linn: 'We do Bot advsr tl s w tw UM à 1 Star." IBM In Chicago the bulk of the theatri cal advertisements do not appt.ar In the Examiner, and the theatrical managers announce that they do not advertise In the New York World, on account of some of Its theatrical com ment. i d oe » no « pretend to be conver * ant with the mérita of the contro verales Indicated by these boycotting tacllC3 But It would be too much to expect that having In mind the exper ; l p nce of other writers who have , brought this discipline down on the of newspaper owners. the critics on every newspaper should no * '* '° # ° H me « te " t '»«uenced by It. The f r p edom of the press Is a great thing. But when tbe ownsra of the P re »» won't protect themselves against ! the bribes and threats of • bunch of theatrical manager* who la going to have much sympathy for them when i they cry out for protection again*; other i nvaal ons of thelreaered rights' . ' rr ~ ' * — -rise -vw» Large Royal Family. Prince Ferdinand's assumption ol the title ot "king of Bulgaria" makes I the number of reigning monarebs be : longing to tbe Saxe-Coburg-Cotha family four. This moat prolific of ; royal races furnishes King Edward of England with nlnsty-two living rela tions, fifty-five of these being dlrebt descendants of Quee:< Victoria. If tbe ,lst be 1,1 a< ^* 10 lOÇlude dis tant cousins and connections by mar rl,,f ' the numb * r ° f K|n * Edward's relations reaches the total of ' 2 «*, ranging in rank from Captain Ma chen (who married a daughter of Prince Victor of Hohenlohe) to the Czar of all the Russias. This total does not Include the off spring of morganatic marriage, of the type contracted by the late Duke of Cambridge. ■ . ■ j ; Sirrnnoni Method* of Healing. Papuan medicine men are regard | ed with great respect by tbe natives Those I have met certainlv seemed ; *" el0 *l i0 . ih f ''"'j?,"*' raa " aain g ; ,he ,é,t ot > jaln wlth mucb Ti « or - ; • nd - wblle »*■« 'bus rubbing. ( make a noise with their lips rather like that which a groom makes when ; " aB ' 8 bodr ' and if be succeeds In this 1 Be rece.ves a fee. otherwise lie gets . nothing. "No cure, no pay." is ap parently the Papuan sufferer's motto, —The Wide World Magazine. energetic and hard working. They rubbing down a horse. The procese is a tiring one. and tbe medicine man stops at Intervals to drink hoi water In which taro has been boiled. His object is to extract some mysterious foreign substance from the sick In the British Museum is preserved the oldest specimen of pure glass . which bears any date It is in tbe shape of a lion's head, having os it tha name of an Egyptian king of the eleventh dvnistv. ! President Taft's White Steamer t-'\ r PRKSIUHNT TAFT AM» Ills KAMI I \ IV Till IK Will IK HT KAM Lit. When the announcement wns made several months ago that Mr Tnft f ; Presl- I manufacturers for the would us«» an automobil«', inst« id carrlug«»§. during Ms trim dont, much rivalry dovHopod among tbe loading honor of soiling him a « ! public watched , 1th interest to see | what Mr Taft's choice would be Th . and th«» j knowing ones predicted that the White j Steamer would b<> •lecti-d. and they ... . I jeara a* hi, aumtner hon;« at Oyster Bay andhad recommended this make f 1° Mr. Taft a» the most de,trahie j Thl * ^ Pd I l' n pr '' v ** d corrM ''- ; inougn Mr. lift did not roly solely r, M oA 0 r V " 1,V — 1 n-ndatlon. but with bin uaual thoroughness, de termlned to have an Investigation made of all the principal make, Ac cordlngly he aKkecl a.-veral ofllrer, of the War Department to look Into the matter for him, and they tented many make, of car», visited a number of factories, so that they might see wbat ! materials were used. and. finally, they ! tnvestlgated the records of the differ- i ent type« of rars In public contests i and In private service. • When their labors were completed, I pointed out that Pi •blent Roosevelt had used Whitt» St« .uners for tw No More Pain "Before I took Cardui, M writes Mrs. Martha Hown, of Sevierville, Tenn., "I would take smotlier ing spells, and suffered at my periods till I wanted to die. I took doj tor's medicine, but it did me no good, so my husband got me a bottle of Cardui. * I have taken two bottles and I can do my cooking now, and all my work, and look better and stouter tbAa l| have for 12 months and have »» no more pain. CARDUI Take OH M4 ■ It Will Help You With such enthusiastic, truthful, unbiased testi mony before you, how can you still hesitate 'to buy and try Cardui, for your female troubles I Your suffering cannot bo than tbat worse, graphically depicted by fi Mrs. Hown. Go, then, today, to the ».store and get a bottle of Cardui. It has jif helped thousands of women. Why not i'U yout so nF WB Give Cardui a fair and thorough tc3t and it will surely help you. (V|X. 1 4 —*00. ) Vf mmu%ré ata «rltk weak t»M. BR» Ja the place where the tree falle th there shall it lie. — Bible. Itch cured In S> minute by AVno'fnr'f, Swtarv Lorion Never fail. At dmvvi.i« Silver la of less value than gold; gold, than virtue.—Horace. Pitas Carfd la « to 14 Days. B—» O totto e»t_l, norsDtMd u cor, < i'ÄÄÄÄSSyÄÄT I ins The cock often crows without a victory.—Danish. DymiepMs aad ««lljstiia are avoidsbl, ®*»eefcw—take OariUtaTTW Nature a M*rl> laxative. _ A patient mind Is the belt remedy for affliction.—Plataa. You Look Prematurely Old iff HAIR RMTORfR. FrtOO. 81.00. rsthtl. I the :t.. mis r> •ported unanimously to i Ivor of the White, and ear of this make was 1 -de red from the manu | Company, ot j I Mr Taft In I ; accordingly n I Immediately c facturers. The White ('leu i.unl Th«* n« w car was delivered to Mr | Taft in Washington a fe j lays I*» fore his Inauguration, and slut'« that j tlnu* it has b.*en In almo.-t coiotm.t Th're ha- not turn a <Ihi win I family have not been »een riding I around the National Capital In the f new car. It l, hinted that Mr Taft ! j like, fast traveling, nnd that » hen he ; rM,,s <n " ln '» (h" open country, he j do#» not always Insist that th«» s !><•«• d I of the car he kept within the h£al I limita. E W. Gnn». manager of the southern branch of the Whits Com pany, 126 Marietta street, Atlanta, 0» , »aid recently to a corre «pondent of thl, paper "We an- re reiving many Inquiries each day ank ! Ing for full details regarding the eon ! »traction of Mr Taft's car, and In re, i ply we are «ending copies of our cat i alog. Mr Taft e ear I» exactly like • any other Model 'M' 40 horse-power I White Steamer except that hi. th«* Pi« ildent or mi »* members of hi* rar ! I r » r 0A 0 fO* ('Ml 1,1,1 * C r\t- . rjq. «i HtlteitilRRt. I ■nl. M«i*1^ TfSfi-44 •«.! Ji-t.1 1 *».lr. Ap,*tJi.r IJ», re-— i ATif(Mt*iM. r.™ ... *«» Affi* 1 - 1 1 in 1 ...i.imi ici Ama-i~*tiumm Vw'.hi* ai u'!l1L,4,y» •it«* and for DISTEMPERStoK^C V. i4r tie -■>< MV) » «MU.. I-MI., «i uu or •»!(— ~d IWivie, gltn », to, 1-H«u, «, zzzirzïLTr'r f; ästä -, l :~ •** 11 JJ ,oc totokm, C»M» »a» cSür j «M MEDICAL CO.. „ÇÂIÏâ. fiOSIEX, IHIL, 0.LA. usr 2i I VkA I PUTNAM FADELESS DYES i h paint* d 1 wi | Pi j Is n I *n> the I'nlted States coat of either door. at ms In other on >rdv * hon »• niak«» a rar f.»r tho Idem a * f tli«* I tilled there » way In hetttfi hlch we than the rar an>ht»d) else, ci an malie it hlch you, purchase fi oin ti ' Some of tho*i Mr. Taft '« are very di " riling to in «• about • I -,iv lliat. although they Iron, of having n car llk« Taft'», they are afraid that auch I a rar is somewhat larger and more expensiv.- than th-y ,t«a| r , | n reply ! to th«*e l,-tiers I point out that our Model o horsepower ear I, c, j nelly like our 4» horse power model. 1 I «x« «-iit n- r«vtt.i« th«* -!»•> .»f th.. .1 if I f.-reit pa.l/ The pr^pU of «8- I »triirllon I, emcilv the ..me .n.t ih. «maller car p.>asr,«e, all the deslrabl# i qualities of our larger model In other word«. I point out that they ran secure an mart duplicateur Mr Taft's ear for |40fl0, or a ear of the «»me qualltl for only gjooo mnnd for While ear«, a good propor tlon of those desiring to parch«,« su tomoblles are quite content to trust President Taft's Jud* Mr . but of smstlci dtmenahins, -linlglng by the do i« , nt na to th# ! hont and mont d«>airabl» mak» " The New Mixlcls 10 and 11 I Remingt HAVE Every merit that Remington Typewriter, have always had. Every merit that any typewriter has ever had. New and revolutionary improvements which no type writer has ever had. Model 10. with Column Selector Model 11, with Built-m Tabulator Remington Typewriter Company (iaoetportiBdl «^. New Y ork and Everywhere I i TOILET ANTISEPTIO I —nothing like it for ▼HC TTTTU Bastia, nc,b tny ddilric, ■ fit IBBIIli. cImmb*. .hLa. md rramma lad«, b» •_.L i • t $ all grtmi ol dacay ud dan , which atdwary , tooth preparatuat cmaot da. - TWN0OTHÏïr3d.*.^, and «hraat, pun&« th* Unrh. ud kith ih, whjch cellnt i. lh, amah, „uao, «r,_ to«» wo bcnih. grippe, «ad mach arkaew. THF KYrC when mfl.incd, hr«]. , j"*"® »«I hum. may b, uaUally i«h»ved ud amgihrncci by Pul*., catarrh Ba flRfiiBtioB OM stop Die dim Karge. |i gs rciisedy for «itwrine CBUrrh. Pmiom it a harm lew yet pownlul r rourichlgliHolcrtan» end d-uWci. wd io halhirg it dearoy, rxitifi sad ■nvn th, body unaepnclljr clew. «0» Mil »T MVfl ITORti JOc on aowTsaio bv wait r rms Ml. ». he •UfO LARGE SAMPLE FREE! ta TM1 PAXTON TOILST CO . BOSTON. MASS ADVANFF IN COFFEE will ha ve no effect the quality of our on FRENCH OPERA COFFEE We promise our patrons the same good coffee FULL M'ElliHT AND 1,1 LAN and FRESHLY ROASTED day of shipment. Packed only by AMERICAN CUFFEE CO. OF NEW ORLEANS. LA KintfnS in. Ears Deafness ANO Dr. Marshall's Catarrh Snuff I I " " USE CRAFT'S DlSttMPERl«4C0U6H CUB 1 ■ A. sa **. R#Rtit#»R«i I Ouato «a t ^a* l> i wKÊ/SEU lel'ISi all t iff«*» lh. Mfi . n Uvrlintl C II WELLS MEMCtME CO.. LATATCTTC. M. FEITEL I »ral« r In all klmlf «*f pr« and fr. band SASH, DOOR5, M.IND3. fib INC MATTRIAI. MAC HINCftT rt ■ I Uea> Cl a n#«dia to an mavb h«indlr anylhlna *r«» va »il» in» t«Mlar V«»l* Mom» on rv»rrth|n« Magaala» S t N»w OtImb* La I f*; Th, Ihm 1 Hak» aad Ml Hors Nsa'a SMi h »3.40 Ikon Thu lay Othar luifattua ïtfaa V— Htvtwo H IS. laltm Ht » / Mill O U. hUh u m »/'J of ramoifQ tho Boit» mmàmê tttom __ HtMibiommé OTMu/Nf fs«« *fA»& >««*•■• fwr r.trrv M mf ihm T mm*W* m ras, rt«*7B, Y»-"*- «-- ^ *«>»' «•»•ffwhpf#. CAUTION! r*«! r»st ca« r ywu«s vmé ixiMiPSr c>ui<g %. L DHL 4M. AA, HT i*mt% U-, ImàJsn, ONION SEED " li fw «Milos. IWI 12, UrsMt gn.wmn nt tmiom aaS - , • r " t 1 *- '» — —, ———mill» I UHfi kanw^ h—K —,— - « p«. 1« («*r. i«e Muim, ms !»* -ourmla, Boww m ,i. f. «t «S. -Hllj —art« SI ar mmj Of EiriM 1-ws (rtwr »WM nm. tait. LaOsss*.