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S1~or- -George, bow many senses 1 ._.Fiveo senses and a non - on Your Eyes Need Care i ee Remed7. No Smarting-Feels S uickly. Try it for Red, Weak, ,ty and Granulated Eyelids. Illus. Hook in each Package. Murine is b our Ocnlilsts- not a "Patent Med isd itla succestflTi Physicians' Prac -l ,.a Now dedicated to the Pub S0b, gglstl at 25c and 60c per Bottle 7e Ore fnI Aseptic Tubes, 260 and o60. le ye Remedy Co.. Chloago I b hard for a man to mind his own ieSs unless be has both a mind a business. 4bd Tea promotes and ensures health. 1t1 be convinced. Druggists keep it. Trouble never attempts to dodge nes Awho are looking for it. - RD OF AI 1iEAT MEDICINE Could Not Help Mrs. Templeton--Regained He.lth through Lydia E. SFinkham's Compound. et, Nebraska.-"I am very glad owLydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable has helped me. For five years 1 - ed from female troubles so I was 1 gmely abletodo mywork. I took doc medidnes and used local treatments mas not helped. I had such awful down pains and my back was so I could hardly walk and could not Ioften had to situp nights to sleep my friends thought I could not live SAt my request my husband got bhttle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg Compound and I commenced to it By the time I had taken the bottle my health had returned begandoingmy washing and was a woman. Atone time for three weeks I tqy work for eighteen boarders edgns of my old trouble return iny have taken your medicine ing what itdid for me. I would ke$000and be where I was. You my permission to use my name if aid anyone."-Mrs. SusIE TEM ,Rooper, Nebraska. record is a proud and peer It L a record of constant vie the obstinate ills of woman-ills outdespair. * wtablbshed ) et Lydia E. 'sVegeta hasre healthtothou. . a each suffer - men. Why tyatry ltif you amedicineu iv ( N reas, Dysentery and kindred troubles ,are very general in the spring and summer months and are fre quently fatal owing to delay in getting medi cal help. Avoid danger by keeping in the house = at all times a bottle of OLD DR. BIGGER'S kleberry Cordial sd alla the inflammation instantly. l bi hbe knows. Serial No. ss76. Price Per ltle. Send for Confederate Book free. Mfd. only by Taylor Drug Co., Atlanta,Ga. The .doctors said he'd hatve to lose his leg is what they told Mr. Braaw Jr. of Raleigh, SThey said that was the ay to save his life. ee over four years with a sore - Ina e~ bb~ hwrites nP me* Iconid find. My al-'euve that I hated to so .s my frinds. I wa psr. It I 3.3.3 After the firstbot 551ev. And now my leg has 1ll .. Sad I am ia perfect health". Mr. Braw's cae is one of thousands where i ryng and wonder. remedy hastomplete those deep-seated andulakers which yield her treatment. .Wisee b,ack if it fails dtican't aulv you, or St. Louis. I~ diEscouraged. BAB TEXAS DEEGATION T SWELLS TAFT'S TOTAL HE SECURES 26 OF THE CONTEST. of ED 30 OVER PROTESTS OF COL. th CECIL A. LYON. Se he WORK OF COMMITTEE CONCLU[D PE A Total of the National Body's Hear. ing is: Roosevelt 19 and Taft w 235--The Republican B] Party in Texas. g( lo Review of national committee hear- It ings at Chicago: of Total number of contests heard, 254, tc Taft delegates seated, 235. tr Roosevelt delegates seated, 19. fc Saturday's results: al For Taft-Texas delegates at large, a, 8.; First, Second, Fourth, Fifth, n, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and as Fourteenth districts, 18; total, 26. ol Virginia delegates at large, 4; First, s Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, n Eighth and Tenth districts, 16; total, 20. Washington delegates at large, 8; 11 Second and Third districts, 6; total, 14. b 1 District of Columbia, 2. o For Roosevelt-Texas, Third and p Fifteenth districts, 4. North Carolina, Fourth district, 2. Total for Taft Saturday, 62. Total for Roosevelt Saturday, 6. Chicago, Ill.-lts closing hours at tended by exhibitions of tense partisan f] and personal feeling among its meni- d bers, the republican national commit- t tee concluded Saturday night the hear- n ing of the contests involving 254 seats b in the national convention. The sum of its work is: Roosevelt, e 19; Taft, 235. c President Taft Saturday received I sixty-two delegates, Colonel Roosevelt I six. I All of Washington's fourteen went I to the president, against the protests a of Senator Poindexter that the "coun try would judge the case." Out of I Texas he has secured twenty-six of r the contested thirty over the pros- a trate form of Colonel Cecil Lyon, who r le declared, "You may depose me now, E .S but I will be back four years from a now, when many of you will not." F In Virginia the president received t a the entire contested delegation of 11 twenty. In the District of Columbia I ;o he won two, Committeeman Sydney I )t Bieber going to defeat with the Roose- i p velt delegation. I re Colonel Lyon fought each of the t At Texas contest cases personally, and * was defeated in all but two of them. 3 Would Investigate Texas Party. Le In the end he was called upon to fight a resolution for an investigation and reorganization of the whole struc ture of the republican party in Texas. Presented by Thomas L. Devic of Colorado, it proposed a subcommittee of three from the national committee to attempt a change in the republican . organization of 'the state that would Sdestroy the system of county repre sentation described by the Taft at torneys as a survival of the "rotten borough" methods of England. Committeeman Lyon declared he would fight such a proposal to the end. He said many of the members of the committee thus trying to de pose him had been themselves de posed, and would be missing from the committee four years from now, when he would again return. Repetition of Historic Incident. "I have heard much recently of the 'one hundred days and the return - from Elba,' " he said. "I give you fair warning that if you persist in the way you are going there will be a repeti Stion of another historic incident, the a 'commune.'" ir The Washington cases, almost the Slast to engage the committee's atten di. tion before the conclusion of its ten er days' work, were preceded by a threat s0 ened personal combat between Fran t cis J. Heney and Committeeman Ken nedy of North Dakota, which was pre vented only by the interference of l their associates. Llano Asbestos Mine Opens. SLlano, Tex.-Work has begun on the opening up of the asbestos mine, south of town. Mr. S. F. Ingram, vice president of the company, has arrived from Chicago and is in charge of the work. The force of men will be in creased this week. Shipments will be gin in a very short time. Goliad School Bonds Carry. Goliad, Tex.-A bond issue of $20, 000 for Goliad independent school dis trict, as well as an increase of 10c for school purposes, carried Saturday, making the total school tax now 25c. The bonds will be issued for the pur pose of enlarging and perfecting the present school building. Yellow Fever in Tabasco. Washington.--Two new cases of yel low fever have appeared in San Juan Bautista, the capital of Tabasco, Mex ico, according to an official report to the state depatmt $10,000 School Bond Election. San Augustine, Tex.-The bond and tax election held by the town for the issuing of $10,000 school bonds was carried by a three to one vote, which means a $10,000 addition to the school building and an agricultural depart ment in connection. Sauer Kraut Factory. Flatonia, Tex.-The sauer kraut fac tory began operation this week. The cabbage crop is fine-this year and a prosperous season is looked for. THEIR MOST JOYOUS MOMENT Of the Trio, Probably Representative Redfield Had the Best Occa sion to Smile. The talk in one of the cloak rooms of congress turned to the thought of the happiest moments in one's life. Senator Bailey said his came the day he wore his first pair of trousers. And Paul Howland of Ohio declared his big moment of joy was when he was permitted once to drive a chariot in a pony and dog show parade. Representative Redfield, who is a wise chap, even if he does hail from Brooklyn, said it was when he was going to school and trying to master long division. Three or four aisles over from where he sat a boy yawned. It was not an ordinary yawn, but one of such genuine expression of feeling toward things in general that it at tracted Redfield's attention. He was fortunate in having a paper wad right at hand, ready for any emergency, and he aimed this at the boy's caver nous mouth. The wad went right square into the goal and-well. Fourth of July fireworks are tame to the stunts that boy did in the next few minutes. He says he almost smiled once on shipboard when the vessel gave a lurch and threw a platter full of beefsteak, gravy and all, over the open-faced shirt front of a pompous passenger across the table. THE PEEVISH CHILD NEEDS TREATMENT When a child sullks drowsily, or is n fretful, it is usually due to some slight disorder of the digestive organs, and a mnild laxative is very often all that is necessary to restore cheerfulness and s buoyancy of spirits. In cases where the use of a gentle, , effective laxative stimulant is indi cated, many of the best physicians are d now prescribing Dr. Caldwell's Syrup t Pepsin. This preparation is admitted ly the perfect laxative, being mild, yet Lt positive in its action on the bowels, s and far preferable to violent cathart 1- ics and purgative waters. It is very f pleasant to the taste and is an ideal f remedy to regulate and strengthen the s- stomach, liver and bowels. Its easy, o natural action makes it especially de , israble in the case of children, a dose n at bed-time being sure to have the de sired result next morning, with no at 1d tendant unpleasantness or discomfort. S Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold a by druggists everywhere in 50c and y $1.00 bottles. If you have never tried e- this splendid remedy, write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 201 Washington St., Mon e, ticello, Ill., for a sample. He will be d very glad to send a trial bottle with a. out any expense to you whatever. When She Comes Into Her Own. in Fair Pleader-Finally I submit, your honor, that there is an unassailable reason why my client should not re ceive the only sentence dictated by e the evidence. You have but to cast e your eye upon my client to see that one of her-er-ah-full figure would id be unmistakably humiliated by being forced to wear prison stripes! Her Honor-Ha! 'Tis true! Pris oner discharged.-Puck. FROM ECZEMA AND RINGWORM ie You can obtain instant rellef by us te ing Tetterle. also the best remedy known for Chafes, Bites of Insects, s Tetter. Itching Piles, Burns. Chilblains, e old Itching Sores, etc. Because you e have spent hundreds of dollars and ex perienced no relief for your itching m skin troubles, besides devoting a great Sdeal of energy scratching and pawing at the plague spot until the blood is sued forth, don't despair, Nature wisely provides a remedy for every ill that flesh is heir to. Tetterine will cure you to permanently, positively and completely, nothing else will. ra Sold by druggists or sent by mail for ir 50c. by J. T. Shuptrlne, Savannah, Ga. SA Gentle Result. e She-I thought prize fights were very exciting. e He-They usually are. n She-Well, this one I am reading n about gould not have been very ,t. lively, for it seems from this account n. the fight ended because one of them n. went to sleep. of Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it n Bears the , Bignature of ce In Use For Over 30 ears. ed Children Ory for Fletcher's Castoria he ln- Her Foresight. be "It is really by little things that one can tell a man's character." "Yes; I think that was the reason Julia broke her engagement. Henry 0,- used to bring her such cheap choco is- lates." for sy, Instead of liquid antiseptics, tablets 5c and peroxide, for toilet and medicinal Suses, many people prefer Paxtine, which is cheaper and better. At drug gists, 25e a box or sent postpaid on re ceipt of price by The paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Tel- Close and Near. an Promoter-Haven't you any close ex- friends who have money? to Inventor-I have one; but he is too close to give up any. If testimonials resoeved from those sinag Garfield Tea are of say value, Garteld Tea d does what we claim for it. Enough sld. ~he as You are wasting .time every time Ich you tell your. sorrows. I-'. ~v~· l. - - - )via rv r~..) I*af h Luk I A p kpm A *1 Vora Is fllutsE.o f: WU 550 Ni REN@VINL." Made by Van Vlot.Us~sfleMd Dru Ce., Memphis, Tea. hrite $1.00 IjI i iIi ! Gives nicer, better food than baker's. I I I 4' I ii I . III I In i'I !. There is no baking powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. LEFT MAMMA GASPING. nt di El Willie-Say, ma, didn't baby cut his c] teeth? Mamma-Yes, Willie. Willie-Den why can't he cut his g hair? t HARD FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. It's hard enough to keep house if in perfect health, but a woman weak, tired and suffering with an aching back has a heavy burden. Any woman in this condi tion has cause to suspect kid S ney trouble, especially if the kidney ac tion seems d i $ ordered. Doan's Kidney Pills have ' cured thou sands. It is the best rec ommended special kidney remedy. Mrs. John Robinson, 908 Burney St., Modesto, Cal., Says: "My back was so lame and sore I was practically helpless. My feet and ankles swelled, puffy spots appeared beneath my eyes and I became so dizzy I had to grasp something to keep from falling. Relief quickly followed the use of Doan's Kidney Pills and it was not long be fore I was enjoying good health." "When Your Back Is Lame, Remember the Name-DOAN'S." 50c., all stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Zeke Knew Rufe. Rule was telling Zeke about a ter rible escapade he had had the night before after he had crossed the dam at the river and was making for his cabin about a half mile through the dark woods. e "And jest as I stepped inter de brush I hears a funny noise like a shoat snortin'. I looks up an' a blue g light jumps out er de groun' and v shapes itself into a ghost about six ,t foot tall. Red fire was fllickerin' out a er its nose. It stood still kinder, then lifted a long bony finger an' says: 'I want you, Rufe Jackson.' "I walks up to it and shakes my ºt own finger right in its face. 'You r mind yore business and I'll mind t mine,' I says, and turns on my heel and goes right on. "Now, what'd you er done, Zeke, in a case like dat?" "I'd er done jest what you done, you durned lying nigger." He Could. A northern visitor In the south tells the following story to illustrate the n taciturnity of the southern negro. y He had asked Steve, a typical darky of the region, numerous questions con cerning a certain plantation, and to each the negro gave the invariable re 1 ply of "Yahs, sah." S"Steve," asked the somewhat exas perated northerner,' "don't you say Sanything but 'Yabs, sah'? Can't you t say 'No, sir'?" The negro blinked his eyes indolent ly for a moment and replied, 'Yaha, sah."-Judge. And Very Quickly. o "The building of airships is bound always to be a success in one way." "What's that?" g "It makes the money fly." Before promising to fly with a young a man it is up to a girl to investigate his ability as an airship chauffeur. The Chief Requisite. David Ilelasco, in an interview in New York, condemned a certain ultra modern type of society woman. "This type, which luckily isn't numerous," he said, "llves on noto riety. To a woman of this type a law yer said one day: "'Yes, madam, I can get you the divorce you desire. For $500 I can get you a divorce-and get it without publicity, too.' "She wrinkled her smooth, white, well-powdered forehead in a frown; she bit her rouged and over-red lips in annoyance. "'But what would It cost,' she ask ed, 'with publicity?' " Accounted For. "Why are there so many men in this Jail?" asked the philanthropic reform er. 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Speclal Offer to Printers This p r is printed from n made in Savannah, G. by the SOUTHERN OIL & INK CO., Savannah, G. Price aacents per pound F. 0. B. Savannah. Your patronage a.c..ted. Literal Obedience. "How is it I have such big telegram bills?" "You told me. sir. to use dispatch in that correspond,,nce, so I wired all the letters." TO DRIVE OUT MAI.ARIA AN1) 1itL1, l I' THE SYVTE M Take the (ld Sitndard (ROVE'C 'I'ATFHlU$ CIILL TONI('. 14,i know what you are taking. The formula is Ilarlyr .nntied on every bottle, sbowing it is stlmpy "uinlne and Iron n a tastelessl form. and the mnl't eft.'(.rai form. For grown people and childrrn, 50 cents And some ;popie never forgive as long as their memories are in work ing order. Mrs. Wtndlow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the grums, reduce inflamma tlon, allays pain, cures wind colic, 2ce a bottle. It's tough when love's young dream dies of old age. Garfield Tea the International Remedy for all Irregularities if tomn'ach, liver and kidneys Is composed entirely of pure herbs. Woman conceals only what she does not know.-Proverb.