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Was Mrs. Bowling's Concept;on of
Life at One Time--Thinks
Loveland, Ky.-"When I first wrote
you. I was feeling so miserable, that
life wasn't worth living." So writes,
in a recent letter, Mrs. Anna Bowling,
of this place.
,"I was in bad shape, my left side
hurt uo, at times, I could hardly bear
it, andt I could not lie on that side at
nig.,t, at all. I also had another
serious symptom of womanly trouble.
I finally decided to give Cardul, the
woman's tonic, a trial, so I purchased
a bottle, and by the time I had taken
it, I felt better in every way, so I
got another bottle, and it straightened
me out entirely.
I feel as well now as I ever did in
mny life, and I can be safe in sa3 ing
that ('ardut is the best medicine on
earth for women. I had little faith
in it before I commenced taking it,
but now I would not exchange it for
all the other medicines."
Are you one of those poor women
sufferers, who feel that lifts is hardly
worth the living? Hlave you that ever
lastingly tired, nervous. wt-rni ott,
headachy feeling? If so, get a bot
tle of Cardui and begin taking it to
day. No doubt it is the very muedi
cine you need.
N. R.--lri'fe to. Chattanooga Mediqine Co.,
uadies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn . for
,re:.allo , : t*r on yourcase and 64-page b*k.
'Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain
Terrapin Gatches Hawk.
Edwin Lowe, sorn of Edwin Lowe of
McDaniel, Talbot county, Md., exhib
ited yesterday a young chicken hawk
that he and his father had captured
after it had been trapped by a com
mon land terrapin.
Mr. Lowe and his son were walking
in tee road near McDaniel Tuesday
morning when they saw the hawk hop
ping along in the road with something
hanging to it.
Thinking the bird had been wound
ed, they approached it with a view
of putting it out of misery, when they
saw what was hampering its move
The hawk had evidently tried to
capture the terrapin, but was cap
tured itself, for one toe of the bird
was held tightly in the terrapin's shell.
Both hawk and terrapin were picked
up and taken to Mr. Lowe's home, and
it was several hours before the terra
pin released its grip.-New York Sun.
Cleanse the Wounds.
For injuries from rusty nails or any
other external hurts, apply Hanford's
Balsam. It should kill any germs,
cleanse the wound and remove sore
nen". Then quick healing will follow.
Just Like a Husband.
"My husband is one of the most
stubborn men in the world."
"He can't be any more stubborn
"0, yes. I'm sure he must be. Yes
terday I had an engagement to meet
him at three o'clock."
"Well, it was nearly 4:30 when I
got there, and he won't admit yet
that the rest he got while he was
waiting did him any good.-Chicago
'stVIll cure your Rheumatism and all
kindm, ?f aches and paIns-Nearalgia,
-Cramps, (Ull, Sprains, Brlses, Cuts,
Old Bores, Barns, etc. Antiselptlo
Anodyne. Price 2Sc.-Adv.
To Memory Dear.
Ted-I hope you gave your girl a
-birthday present that will camse her
to long remember you.
Ned-I don't know about that; but
it's a constant reminder to me, for I
bought it on the installment plan.
"What do you think of the two gor
ernors who vent oat and worked on
the state highways themselves"n
"They evidently, in their official lite,
wanted a smooth road to traveL"
i "T'hat impecunious nobleman's rich
wife and his creditors are now sympa
thising with each other."
"On what grounds?"
"He beat both of them."
The Main Thing.
Mother-Katherine, what are the in
tentions of that young man you are
permitting to call on you so often ?
Daughter-Never mind that, mother;
IGknow what my intentions are.
The Way of It.
"Miss May made a hit with Jack
the first glance she gave him."
"I see--a sort of glancing blow."
are in Town
Peeple Ceinhg far Miles Amrem for
Wemderfinl Cos-tipatiein Remedy
that is Better, Safer and Srmr
Tone up your liver; clean your bow
els of foul waste; drive poisonous
gases from your stomach, end consti
pation and feel fine and full of energy
in twenty-four hours.
Throw away calomel: it's danger
ous; you know it; everybody knows
HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS
are different. They are harmless; act
gently yet surely on the bowels and
do not cause a particle of after mis
It's a joyful laxative and more; it's
fine for dizziness, bflloausnes, sick
beadache. sallow skin and malaria
and is as safe and splendid for chil
dren as for grown-up people. Every
body n.eds them: a box for a quar
tor at all druggists. Postcard brings
you tree samples from Hot Swipian
chemeal c., not hwtrhe, Ark.
9 <-... ~ i i t see, ·ni - ; , n
Expeaitions of Smithsonian
Agents Narrated in Report.
Institution's New Pamphlet Tells of
Work of Different Parties and of
Many Specimens Received
Solar Rays Variable.
Washington --Following the custom
';stablished I:, 1911, the Smithsonian
institution ha-- Just issued an illus
trated pampIln t dealing with the
miany scientitil expeditions conducted
under its (d'rection, or in which its
Thii lpamphit. describes the work of
.bout twenty diffe'rent parties, and
Lth, tierritircy cote-red includes certain
portions of IBritish East Africa. Abys
sinia, Algeria, Eastern Siberia and
M~ongolia. the A.ltai mountains, Por
hit,. St. lawrtence island. Alaska,
I:ritish ('o lumbia, Alberta, Newfounid
iand. Labrador. th, l'anama canal
cOne, anid the Itahantma islands. and
manly s c.tions of the, 1 nited States.
The ISat.ttution was represented by
txto smalll parties iin I ornno.
Iir. W. I. Abbott. who financ.ed the,
1titch E;:ist I;orln o t\pediti ln under
Mr II. C It litv. and Ihi has present
ia! ma , larg coiollcid.con tthe. Na-t
nlt1i toalitusut. has hebtin ca rrlin on
r. s u tl:t] il ' li itiilli in, (';isit ire,
whhre hi- has blin trapp;ing and
-tulying th, smallt-r mnanuals of that
•untry, -.sp c 'Inns ,f lhich hatve
4bt It Setlt to tihe ull Iseunt.
Thro uch the invitation of l)r. Tho
don, Lyman of Ilarvard university.
the institutioln was enabled to co
opierate with the Musteurn of ('ompar
alive Zoology in an expedition to the
Altai mountains of Siberia and Mon
George Mixter, another collaborator
of the museum, also visited Siberia,
where he secured certain mammals
from the region about Lake Btaikal,
among them bear and seal.
Of particular inte -' was a trip
made by D)r. Ales . :la to Siberia
and Mongolia, to study the physical
anthropology of the natives. His par
ticular object was a search for data
concerning the race which is supposed
to have peopled America. He draws
the conclusion that there exist in sev
eral places in Siberia, Mongolia and
Tibet numerous remains of an ancient
population, which was physically
identical with and in' all probability
gave rise to the American Indian.
The hunting trip carried on by Paul
J. Rainey in British East Africa, in
which the institution was repr4sented
by Edmund Heller, was terminated in
December, 1911, and since then the
collection has been received at the
National museum. Altogether the
trip was a remarkably successful one;
nearly 4,)000 mammals, 1,000 reptiles,
and 400 birds were obtained.
The astrophysicial observatory of
the Smithsonian Institution again sent
an expedition to Hassour, Algeria, for
the continuation of the observayons
relative to the heat of the sun, an in
vestigation on which the observatory
has been working for the past seven
years, with observing stations on
Mount Wilson, Cal., and during two
seasons in Algeria. Mr. Abbot, the
director of the observatory, states
that the observations of the last year
prove conclusively the supposed varia
bility of the solar rays.
SPONGES FOR FERTILIZING.
The department of agriculture,
through its bureau of soils, has re
cently completed analysis of the Log
gerhead sponge, which grows abund
antly in the waters of Southern Flori
da, to determine its value as a fertil
iser. This sponge, according to Mr.
Thomas E. Reedy of Key West, grows
in countless thousands and to an
enormous size in shallow water, where
It is easy to procure. Mr. Reedy also
states that the farmers of the Florida
keys use the Loggerhead sponge with
wondestaful results and hardly ever use
chemical fertilizers. Dr. H. F. Moore
of the United States bureau o fish
eries cites the use of this sponge by
citrus fruit growers of the Florida
mainland and states that he hs seen
this sponge growing in such quanti
ties that he has long thought it should
A specialist of the department re
cently made analyses of samples
from Key West which verity the
value of this sponge as a fertilizer.
The analyses show that the approxi
mate results on air dry material show
four per cent. of nitrogen, three-quar
ters of one per cent each of potash
and phosphoric acid, five per cent of
lime and 40 per cent. of organic mat
ter. The specialists say that it is
evident from the composition of this
material and its demonstrated effi
ciency as a fertilizer that it has con
siderable value to farmers and fruit
growers who have easy access to it
in the shallows of the sea. The de
partment is conducting fuarther inves
tigations to determine the feasibility
of extending the use of this sponge as
While strange letters are not a
rarity in government departments, the
srecretary of agriculture recently re
ceived a letter which breaks all rec
ords for inquiry having to do with
drugs and medicine. This letter.
which is printed below, omitting the
name and address of the writer, gives
an insight into a certain type of per
sonse who think they can use all sorts
of drugs and poisons in making patent
medicine. An exact copy of the let
MIxed Metaphors. i
"Jones has certainly a bad way of
mixing up things in his talk."
"What's the matter now?"
"He says at his house staining the
bare floors is the topic just now on
"Why do people speak of 'the he
bet ' . al ,d In tIe-tI ".n ,',%-1 it t - +'."
l,,rt _.t·.,t~ ji, r!.;t cn .\ h :.:[. " 1 , ' j . rI ll
It i: s ner, :dl s to sa, the ,a1prts ofl
:the t.lu.au of chy, al l stry f, id, T n t,
.Icourag' t, writ er t o ! i nt.r t',i r.telt
".w;arnr ing asI :" to , t .. da Igr o.f rpar
m att, r iti
t he f,, d1 ral .uthoritie s. "ho.. "ver ,,i
hav!, . o lll j otr.t u.. t n t ht" e food
It is needless to say the exp rts oe
the bureau of chenistry did cico taini
couragic the writer to enter th patentc
niedicjte field. lie was given .l,*-ciflc
warning as to the danger of prepar
Inc such substancres l haphtrol dar
fashion, and also given full arnngof
as to the federal law governling the
The federal authorities, hbstever,
have rto legal por n er under the fooh
and drugs act to pre.vent these people
fromn miaking this medicine containing
poisonous substances. \Vlhil. there is
strict legal regulation over the prac
tice of inedicile and the tilling if pre
scriptions, t h lieatte ilegl (th s trol deliO
nsolut 'xt to the first.ifattre of pat
t medi inlle, proit is th akt oers of
Charlse lat .l icldion. State a or- the
lader t!ov prservice of all 31, fstlior
thaticda t onh law says shall ericwas to de-d,
atnd (it) net ise t la . I t, that tIll. irauds
liver arn ddr Ls tol thIse iur had;ting
clas tof ts armtt; tmedical sch, ool.k
Doctor Xt icha or IlscompletedIi as ac-ts
tive service by turning in his bi lle for
ione day's actit;ve service. .hen the
Simatter cam to the at :::tention of A ter
stant e. amptroller arick that o
Yo kdecidedl that in all cases wher e
lice of itie ttiltilFebruary i th trncludedasry
the month is presumed l to have th lirty
of this oland under itheig but they tick ovrnb
mentolu doe s n to the first.
A case in poinit is that of IJr.
Charles W. Therefore Doctor Richardsonr
dered to active service on May 31, for
th31sat day only. His service was to de
liver an address to the graduatision
class of the army medical school.
Doctor Richardson completed his ac
tive service by turning in his bill for
one day's active ser manvice. When the
matter came to the attention of As-h
istant the seamptroler Warwick that of
Wcial decided that in all cases where
compensation is rated on a monthly
basis each month. February included,
the month bs presumed to have thirtystones.
days and under the law the govern
mesucht does not pay for the thirty-first
day. Therefore Doctor Richardson
was refused pay for his labor on the
31st day of May.
In further notplan theyng the deison
treasury officials said that ul octor
Richardson. had he delivered his ad
dress on February 28, would have re
ceived three days' pay.
The only thing left is to fgur it outme
SENATOR WAS CURIOUS.
Senator-elect Robert E. Broussard
ofpa Louisiana is a wiser man now. The
geological survey made him so.
Mr. Broussarde of the United first
persons to venture out of his hotel
after the severe storm that swept
Washingtas a few days ago. On thand
sithdewaks where he traveled, he found
thousands of pebbles of many shpes o
ernd colors. He noticed among others
gray, blue and reddish-tinted stones.
Believing that the storm had blown
ouch pebbles out of the air or some
distant planet, he became curious to
know where they came from and
whether or not they contained pre
osThe bronze plate plsaved a handful ofthe
maout his find took the libattleship Mai stone in
the geologic by the Daughters of the Amert-ion.
be receivstored to the hylntorg:c old spa,
house that werected bein Arlington covered, some
terin to mark the graves red."of the un
eknown dead tape of the Uni-fated bStattles
tship. Th cot the government a prettyhe
daughters recently woan army officer the consent
of thape navythe department archives when gov
the auditor foraising the army vessel wast
officer responsible and deducted the
"Mytroller relieved him and allowed himtoo
much amount theof the difference.t."
"hymainmast of thare walking straine ghtin
1enoug0 by the Daughters of the Ameri
be restored to the htobum umbrella Ispa
ckwhen it is erected in Arlington ceme-."
S dead of the ill-fated battlem.
ship. The Habana muchapter of a hit with
Mrs.daughters recently won the consent."
of"At the party last night, she left me
to talwork of raising the vessel wa
aious of late."rndulgece.
"IMy know the symptoms. She istoo
mucat while she is awaynquet."
"Buhat look at the bum umbrella to be
ad"I know theid the Old Fogy a She is
trgoinged aay from the summer, andwindow.
"ea." rmamtred old Grek~c. "I ao
I Mim bl dlatbs thism moralag.'
Luxury for Ostriches.
Dealing with the anti-plumage cam
paign in England, the Cap Tirnmes in
a lading article remarks that: "Were
it nit for tilhe conmercial value of its
feathers. the ostrich would today be
as rare in civillized South Africa as thb
hippopotamrus. The ostrich is really
a much pampered bird. living a life of
pure luxury. lie is bred and kept in
condition meriely for the sake of his
f.athers, and generaly.v he liv'.s to a
ripe old ag'. The feathers are not
pulled out from the socks is by the
roots, but are, cut with as little pain
to the bird as is cause d to a shieep by
THE BEST TREATMENT FOR
ITCHING SCALPS, DANDRUFF
AND FALLING HAIR
To allay itching and irritation of the
scalp, prevent dry, thin and falling
hair, remove crusts, scales and dan
druff, and promote the growth and
beauty of the hair, the following spe
cial treatment is most effective, iagree
able and economical. On retiring,
comb the hair out straight all around,
then begin at th?' side a.d make a
parting, gently rubbing Cuticura Oint
ment into the parting with a bit of
soft flannel held over the end of the
finger. Anoint additional partings
about half an inch apart until the
whole scalp has been treated, the pur
pose tbing to get the ('uticura ()int
ment on the scalp skin rather than on
the hair. It is well to place a light
covering over the hair to protect the
pillow from possible stain. The next
morninrg, shampo with Cuticura Soap
and hit M:ater. Shar:; nos alone may
be used as often as agreeable, but
once or twice a month is generally
suflicient for this special treatment
for women's hair.
Cuticura Soap and OIntment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Itoston."-Adv.
Delaying the Law.
"flow in the world will you dig up
more evidence to get me a new trial?"
"Don't worry about that," replied
the lawyer. "All you have to do is to
dig up more money."-Judge.
"I saved a life this summer."
"You don't say so: Whose was it?"
"My own. I didn't go in swim.
Better than a Dlaster-HIanford's
Balsam when thoroughly applied. Adv.
Song of the Husbands' club: "What
Are the Wild Wives Saying?"
Physicians Recommend Castoria
CASTORIA has met with pronounced favor on the part of physicians, pharma
ceutical societies and medical authorities. It is used by physicians with
results most gratifying. The extended use of Castoria is unquestionably the
result of three facts: Firit-The indisputable evidence that it is harmless:
*send-That it not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimi
lates the food: rTird-It is an agreeable and perfect substitute for Castor Oil.
It is absolutely safe. It does not contain any Opium, Morphine, or other narcotio
and does not stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's
Cordial, etc. This is a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, how
ever, is to expose danger and record the means of advancing health. The day
for poisoning innocent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To
our knowledge, Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by
regulating the system-not by stupefying it-and our readers are entitled to
the information.- all's Journal of Beael.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. B. Halstead Scott, of Chicago, Ills., says: "I have prescribed your
Castoria often for infants during my practice, and find it very satisfactory."
Dr. William Belmont, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "Your Castoria stands
first in its class. In my thirty years of practice I can say I never have
found anything that so filled the place."
Dr. J. H. Taft, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I have used your Castoria and
found it an excellent remedy in my household and private practice for
many years. The formula Is excellent."
ALCOHoL a PER CENT. Dr. RI J. Hamlen, of Detroit, Mich., says: "I prescribe your Castoria
A\tVah extensively, as I have never found anything to equal it for children's
MSM lk~ ~ troubles. I am aware that there are imitations in the eld, but I always
gkcSfat lsee that my patients get Fletcher's."
Dr. Wm.J McCrann, of Omaha, Neb., says: "As the father of thirteen
Uý, children I certainly know something about your great medicine; and aside
from my own family experience I have in my years of practice found Cas
Pk1tuosesDt'ges- u " toria a popular and efficient remedy in almost every home."
Ltssa mIRes;LC ombr ihr Dr. J. R. Clausen, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "The name that your Cas
O mmMorphine n r iF-'i toria has made for itself in the tens of thousands of homes blessed by the
IOT NARCOTIC. presence of children, scarcely needs to be supplemented by the endorse.
laf Wf lL.ýd ment of the medical profession, but I, far one, most heartily endorse it and
r " tSd- believe it an excellent remedy."
K AZY Dr. R . Ward, of Kansas City, Mo., says: "Physicians generally do not
(t* prescribe proprietary preparations, but in the case of Castoria my, experi
j ence, like that of many other physicians, has taught me to make an ex
ception. I prescribe your Castoria in my practice because I have found it
to be a thoroughly reliable remedy for children's complaints. Any physi*
' Apr fectpridyrOx. clan who has raised a family, as I have, will join me in heartlest recom*
ttio,Sý S tour h.Diabn. mendation of Castoria."
1s l ossors OgNUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
s si.ýem Beat/ the Signature of
Ta= CmruM CosrwA
The Kind You Rave Always Bought
Exat Copy of Wrappr. In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUi COMPANV. NeW YORK CITY.
But a Fiction.
"That Styx ferry business was fine,"
said one manager.
"How so?" asked another.
"Its ferryman had a way of making
all the deadheads pay their way."
Remedy for Stains.
For removing flower pot stains from
the window sills, fine wood ashes are
I.':'' inns. UMR S S U
SHARKS BLOW SHIP WHISTLEt
Then Sailors Know the Much Hated
Fish Has Been Caught on
:Sharks are nunitier'us in Magdal,'n.t
boy, on the west coast of the I'entrisu
la of Low er California, says thi, \\ do
;World. The ma onste-rs at this 1-.a: I
.(, Ill to take aliios,t any kind of 1 .ait,
and it is rairely tha:t a ,arshl p e a',li
at anchor without t',eiL (one to a ;aitl
dozen lines danging truoll its stern.
\Vatc.hil,g a shark lilne is a tediotus
business, but it is strit ly Iteiec.sary
in order tihat the ishi-ri;.ni laay know
when the Ilur'nst! r is hootkedtl, a~ it~
frantic rushes. If llo%,edd to ini o a:.
checked, are lpretty sure' to casl .
part of tho line, leader, or OV a at I.e1
of its oli anatomy to give t)ay', and
result in its esc·arale.
The old sc(helIe of t' iig th. linet
atround one's blig to' aind going to sle t",
would probably tork all rij.ht so tar
as re e:tit:!rg the tishl- l.lu n \Nac1 CoIi
corntl.d, but tIll se uqtuel Inigh: t l t tle..tve
.i!lli i t a ton'l tit ii to gi\t! ut:i tt , d.
:ttenttiO to latdiltig theli. pjrize. to t!In
;: l I " ol thre 'rs t , sIt ,l r l (Vt Il t 0 h
.A1. I * :t( ' ,: ,.l l t' ·.."l eI" t;t ,.:iL
ilt titilr l .s .s ,l It It, ehlin er (l ' cu:
-outnllld or , when for any ret'ason thy
lare on lity tlsa, hetre, they run aI
Stout pi1'cce of marlin twine irin the
sl<arklinl. tip to the stlan a hastle,
l-a I-. it tile l the t r in eat. r hiil;*'lf
toe atl nou( the tevent of his bellu
hook. tI by :ollutding a toot.
This is a prescription pre par - es
peclally for Malaria or Chills and
Fever. Five or six doses titl break
any case, and if taken then as a t:ni1,
the fever ill not return. 'sc.-Adv.
"I see your new cook is rare'e.
"e Y(s, she is, but all her meats are
For chronic pain In the back apply
Iyanford's Hlalsam. Rub It on and rub
it in thoroughly. Adv.
"My incubator has been stolen."
"Then you have suffered a fowl
"My boy is preparing for college."
"Has a tutor, eh?"
"No, a trainer."
Dr. Peery's Vermifuge "Dead Shot" kills
and expels Worms In a very few sours.
Getting a husband is an art; keep.
Ing him is a domestic problem.
"Pa, what is a pulpiteer?"
"A pulpiteer, son, is a preacher
who makes frequent use of the pul
"Poor Jinks is wall-eyed."
"How lucky! Just the fellow to
dance with the wall sowers at my
\XZhcn a wmrn- s:!fft'rintci from srmn form ('f fet'!i::inm
di'~ord_-r -; t( i * ~t a: .crt l ii c r
1'h iic tX1 r:U~t f .:tt? t)I8i a mi the
Su:;-flflS k.:i ts ltrr(.r t r .
It is 'juiteý true tii ct s troe of L *:Ii' l st
where an (~l)er;t' : ii the wily r. tIt-(
ýýV()'. l'i a.C ' ','itl I the iitc t. .ts'tl ' ý:: t .'."l :
L-(vdia 1t. :::!khan '; X+ __ a):(.!b:.L' >
auttttcd bt the gritctcl lcttcrs they Nw; to usat ?':si
health has l)V-cf rest.>r 'r(.
These Two Women Prove Our Claim.
C.ry, iin ..-.. [ f ,l it :. ,t.t , I
o w e to , s, T c :: rin g : , , : , 1 ,11
what I.viia I. .,,ha1. . o
Com p ,uIn dil fr ,,. ,,, '. ar ',
I found mniv .lf a t. "ri: ;,~r.
I had pains in h ,th i,'!es ·": I , .t
soreness I cou. siI ,arclv ' i hl ,,i
up at timr:,s. My ,ak ;,hd.1, I a:; l
no, app..tit", and wa;s r s,o I,,.rv i I
co:uli nat l'eep, then I ,,::'.i e ,s
tired i I rniings that I ," 1u ,, ,,ar , ,
get around. It seemi.d ailn,-,t ;::
possibe to, more or do a bit of m.v rk
anl I thoutht I never wou', il tb any
better until I submitted to an o;. rs
tion. 1 commenced takingr Lydia L.
Pinkham's Vegetable ('Compound and
soon felt like a new woman. I had
no pains, slept well, had good appe
titie rand was fat. anrd eoulrl n .,almrnot
Now answer this question if you can. Why should a wo
man submit to a surgical operation without first giving Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that
it has saved many others-why should it fail in your casel
For 0 years Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable -o
Compound has been the standard remedy for fe
male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments
does justice to herself if she does not try this fa
mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it
has restored so many suffering women to health.
r Write to LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO.
(CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice.
-our letter will be opened, read and answered
by a woman and held in strict confidence. .
"loo much charity is nearsighted.
Foley Kidney Pills Succeed
because they are a good honest med
icine that cannot help but heal kid
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irregularities, if they are once taken
into the system. Try them now
for positive and permanent help.
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1I Wyona St., Charlotte, N. C.
Expensive Lawmaking Body.
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Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills put
the stomach in good condition in a
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"Miss De Pepper is one of the hote
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to be, she buys her clothes at fire
GRANrTLATEI EYEL IyjP CUIRED
The worst cases. no matter ,f how Iong standlug.
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Antiseptic lealing UnI. elleves pain and heals Mt
the same wtim . c. , Si' 1).0.
Many people complain that they are
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and the numerous empty prison cells
seem to bear them out.
Sore Eyes, Granulated Eyelids and s8tee
promptly healed with Roman Eye Bs.'
Jock McTavish had the misfortune
to get arrested and sentenced. He
was given a bucket of water, a brush
and a cake of strong soap, and told to
wash his cell. Some time later the
jailor came through and saw McTav.
Ish giving himself a thorough scouw,
Ing. "Here," he cried, "what are you
doing? Didn't I tell you to wash your
cell?" "Aye, an' am I no washin' mar
sel'r" asked the surprised McTavish.
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DOLLARI Stropping evlice Attached en
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Order today T'iE BIIMALA AGENCY,.
BOX 3S2. BIIMIN(.IIAM. ALADAMA.
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Hardware, Etc. Prices and In
formation furnished on request
PEDEN IRON & STEEL CO.
HOUSTON SAN ANTONIO
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