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h Nothing knocks out and disables like Lumbago and Sciatica Nothing reaches the trouble as quickly as ► M N * M N * H M & 2 H S Ï TRADE MARK. St. Jacobs Oil Known the world over as The Master Cure for Pains *nd Aches Price, 25c. end 50c. THE M Of HIE flSH ^cwory V N h&4 stood for the &E5T during seventy years of Increasing safes. Remember this when /ou wart water proof oiled coats, suits, hats, or horsi goods for all kinds of wet work. « CUARAHTtt IVMY CAIMEHf „J A J TOW» C0.. S0ST0N. MASS,. U S A. tow» CANADIAN CO.UiKA TOiONTO CAN. OLD-WORLD ODDITIES. Mathew Faulds, a weaver of Kilmar nock, Scotland, has been at his loom 80 years, and he Is more than 90 year* of age. At the recent funeral of King Noro dom of Cambodia the official mourners at the funeral gave voice to their grief through megaphones, with much ef fect. William Reitz, of Duesseldorf, Ger many, has lost the sight of his eye from injuries caused by a grain of rice which was thrown into it on the day he was married. An Kdgbaston (England) woman, who was summoned for annoying neighbors by blowing a whistle, said ahe had been hypnotized, and blew it to call attention to the fact. Says a Tokio newspaper: "On ac count of advnaeed age, Count Taka yuki Sasaki (79) and Viscount Tom oyuki Hayasbi (84) have obtained the privilege of carrying sticks in the im perial palace." A Bristol i Kn# land) police sergeant the other day proved the serving of a summons on himself for allowing chimney at Stoke Bishop to be Are. He was witness and defendant, and was fined 2s 6d. A London druggist had to pay $18, including cost of litigation, for selling water that was dirty and full of moldy growths to a man who had asked for distilled water. The drug gist's defense was that he thought the man wanted the water for the pur poses of photography. a on Tie Gets the Coin. Mrs. Huggins—I hear your husband has got a political job. Does it pay good salary? Mrs. Muggins—No, the salary don't amount to much, but the graft is all that could be desired.—Chicago Daily News. A Curiosity. Mrs. Flathunter—But where is the room to keep a cook? Janitor—In the Natural History mooseum, mum.— N. Y. Sun. FOOD HELPS In Management of a R. R, Speaking of food a railroad man says: "My work puts me out in all kinds of weather, subject to irregular hours for meals and compelled to eat all kinds of food. "For 7 years I was constantly trou bled with indigestion, caused by eat ing heavy, fatty, starchy, greasy, poor ly cooked food, such as are most ac cessible to men in my business. Gen erally each meal or lunch was fol lowed by distressing pains and burn ing sensations in my stomach, which destroyed my sleep and almost unfit ted me for work. My brain was so muddy and foggy that it was hard for me to discharge my duties properly. "This lasted till about a year ago, when my attention was called to Grape Nuts food by a new-spaper ad. and I concluded to try it. Since then I have used Grape-Nuts at nearly every meal and sometimes between meals, railroad men have little chance to pre pare our food in our cabooses and I find Grape-Nuts mighty handy, for it is ready cooked. "To make a long story short, Grape Nuts has made a new man of me. I have no more burning distress in my stomach, nor any other symptom of Indigestion. I can digest anything so long as I eat Grape-Nuts, and my brain works as clearly and accurately as an engineer's watch, and my old nervous troubles have disappeared en tirely." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. There's a reason. Read the little book, "The Road to Wellville" in pkga In by of Wfl MISSISSIPPI MATTERS Campaign for Higher Prices. Meridian.—Lauderdale county Jegins its campaign for higher priced <-otton on March 31, when the first meeting of the year will lie held. The call sued today by President John A. Bail ey, who in an interview said: "I notice cotton has an upward ten dency. I believe it will go to 12 l--c per pound. I see should not. The crop of 1905-1900 is not a large one, even if the government estimate is correct. The spinners need 12,000,000 bales or more, and they will try to get as much raw material sible. The recent depression in price« has been of speculative character; it has reference to the law of sup ply and demand, which ultimately must control. The reduction of the acreage and the amount of fertilizer to be used in the near approaching planting season will be the main topic for eon side ra tion at the meeting, but I believe that we will decide to raise everything that can be raised at home and on the farm, and let the cotton be purely the surplus or money crop. By this means only can the cotton grower of the South name the juice that shall be paid for the groat staple. With everything that can be used raised on the farm, we "ill become in a measure independent. The cotton crop may be smaller next season, but the net results wfll be decidedly greater." was is eason why it « p*'> little or Fortune Recovered. The negro porter in the Conner Bros, store at Hattiodburg was about to pitch the sweepings from the store into the rear alley when a police officer reached down into the pile of rubbish and picked out an envelope, from which lie pro ceeded to draw greenbacks, bank checks, and other negotiable papers to the value of $31,938.12. The money and papers were the property of Dr. J. A. B. Sikes of Iron City, Ga., who spent a few days at Hattiesburg and then traveled on to New Orleans before lie discovered that his fortune, carried in an envelope, was missing. Then lie notified the police of his loss. The package had evidently been left on a shelf by the absent-mind ed owner. It had been knocked down oi khe floor and, as the envelope was old and worn, it was being swept out as rubbish. District Attorneys Criticised: fn delivering an opinion in the case of Ollie Johnson vs. the State of Mis sissippi, Judge Truly, speaking for the Supreme Court, took occasion to criti cise district attorneys who persisted in calling attention of the jury to the fact that the defendant failed to testify in his own behalf. The district attorney made only an indirect comment on this fact, and the case was reversed and re manded because of his remark to the jury. No other error appeared in the record of the case. Dsath of J. W. Bailey, a month's illtiec After Joseph W. ailev, father of Senator J. W. Bailey the New Orleans San B of Texas, died i arium in his seventy-second year. In terment took place at Crystal Springs. Mr. Bailey lie went to sea at an early age and then located at Vicksburg. He entered the Confederate army at the outbreak of the civil war and served until the sur render. Thereafter lie located at Crystal Springs. it was a native of Now York. Dastardly Deed. Miss Liza Aiken, an aged woman residing five miles northwest < f Hiloxi at Coopels, was set upon by a negro who gave Ids name as Frank Barnes, about 20 years of age, and beaten and choked in a shocking man miden Miss Aiken is 74 j'ears of age, nor. and lived with another maiden sifter near the scene of the assault. Want3 Two-Cent Fare. Gov. Vardanian, in a message to the house, advocated the passage of forcing all the railroads in the State to charge only two cents a mile for pas sengers traveling between points in the State. bill Peach trop Destroyed. The orchard men of South Mississippi are heavy losers by the recent cold weather. The peach crop, which prom ised to be unusually heavy, is almost entirely destroyed. Newton's Contribution. A contribution of nearly $150 raised by the citizens of Newton for the benefit of the tornado sufferers at Meri dian, and same has been forwarded to the relief committee. vas Commission Makes Order. The railroad commission has irifede an order on the Mobile, Jackson & Kansas City railroad, requiring the company to run their trains to the corporate limits of the town of Pontotoc. Phosphate Dealers Indicted. The grand jury of Sharkey county in dicted all the phosphate dealers in Boll ing Pork, which caused quite a stir. Monuments Dedicated. Vicksburg.—Headed by Gov. Samuel W. Pennypacker, ex-Gov. llartranft, ex Gov. Beaver, a former commander-in chief of the Grand Army of the Repub lic, and a score of officers of high rank the Union army during the war be tween the States, 500 Pennsylvania vet erans and descendants of veterans dedi cated the monument and markers erected the State of Pennsylvania on the Vicksburg's battlefield. Gov. Vardanian Mississippi, accompanied by his staff and prominent members of the Legisla ture, participate! in the ceremonies. HANDS RAW WITH ECZEMA. Suffer. J for Ten Years—Spread to Body and limbs—Cured by the Cuticura Remedies. I had eczema on my hands for ten At first it would break out only Then it finally came to stav. 1 had three good doctors to do all they could, but none of then did any good. I then u?ed one box of Cuticura Ointment and thiee Itottles of Cuticura Hesolvent, and w as completely cured. My hands wet# raw all over, inside and out, and the ec zema was spreading all over my body and limbs. Before I bad used one bottle of Cuticura Resolvent, together Ointment years, m winter. nth the my sores wire nearly healed over, and by the time 1 had used the third bottle, I was entirely well. I had a good appetite and wus fleshier than I To any one who has any skin would honestly advise them to get the Cuticura Remedies, and get well quicker than all the doctors in the State could cure y Falin, Speers Ferry, Va., May 19, 1905." ever was. or blood disease Mrs. M. L. It is true that Mammon, but it w making a selectioi elected by such a large majority.—Detroit Free Press, e God and cannot ► not intended that in Mammon should be It Cures While You Walk. Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cure for hot, sweating, callous, and swollen, aching feet. Sold by ali Druggists. Prie» 2.".. P accept any substitute. Trial package FREE. Address Allen *S. Olmsted, h Roy, N. V. To be sure, money will not. buy every thing. but then there is always' a good chance that one may get along with a fair degree of comfort without the lest. You Don't Have to Wait. Every dose makes you feel better. I, aï Fos keeps vour whole inside right. Not one gripe in a full bottle. Sold o the money back plan everywhere. Price 50 cents. The world is too apt to have idea of happiness, Tavlor's Cherokee Remedy of .Sweet Gum and Mullen is Nature's* great remedy - Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption, and all throat and lung troubles. At d g^sts, 2oe., 50c. and $1.00 per bottle. When a peck of trouble comeg we never tot? plain of short confused .'cess and dollars. U* ensure. flTTCll There is only One Genuine Syrup Of Fig'S, A The Genuine is Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. vj ■ » The Tull name of the company, Californio Pig Syrup Co, Is printed on the front of every package of the genuine. ;)jm ■ ! 1 I I f The Genuine-" Syrup of F-igs- is for Sale, in Original Packages Only, by Reliable Druggists Everywhe i ■ re ! i j I * Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imita tions made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable dealeis. The imitations arc known to act injuriously and should therefore be declined. Buy the genuine always if you wish to get its beneficial effects. It cleanses the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and headaches when bilious or constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels, when a laxative remedy is needed by men, women or children. Many millions know of its beneficial effects from actual use and of their own personal knowledge. It is the laxative remedy of the well-informed. Always buy the Genuine- Syrup of Figs manufactured By the w I m j ; \ '*!/•/ Jt ; ■ft % % ; JfAj V<i'; ti m t 1 f / //• r * m / À r _/M IM rHE j ■ SwvlT&nciscogCad. Loutsville, Ky ftewYork. MOŒ nrtY CENTS PER BOTTLE PRICE. 25 C« a 25 a f. TO CURE THE GRp/H^ "-.IN ONE DAY ANTI-SRIPINE r ANMPINE IS GUARANTEED TO CURE ■ C M GRIP. BAD cold, headache and neuralgia. I won't sell Antl.CFrfpIne to a dealer who won't Gnnrnnfoo roryourHOAfEY HACK IF IT DOX'T CCI* K. *. IF. JOiemer, XL. M&nulQ,GUitcr,fiprinofleld t XLq, ~Mi8otauALfoB~Hi ^a va E FOR HALF A CENTURY I WOOD'S FEVER PILLS y HA VC BEEN RECOGNIZED at a SURE CURE iy for all BILIOUS and MALARIAL DISEASES tradf " As z Comalo Regulator, Blood Runner, an,! In ,„;C '""Era. MARK. In* a Torpid Llvor, they have no equal. BOo A BOX DR. WNI. WOOD & SONS, Cairo III WOODS FEVER PILLS.® For *1 had dumb chills and lever," writes Edna Rutherford, of Atlanta, Tex, "and suf fered more than I can tell. I tried all the medicines I could think of and four doctors, but nothing helped until I began to take Your 2SS BLACK-DRAUGHT Liver I now feel better than I have in many months and thank God and you for your won ° n^dicine. For Constipation, Indigestion, Stomach Trouble, Biliousness, Sick Head ache, Sallow Complexion, Pimples, Blotches, Impure Blood and all troubles caused by an mactive Liver, Thedford's Black-Draught will be found a tafe and reliable remedy. Be sure you get Thedford's. At all Druggists, 25c and $1.00. CASTQRIA maÊtÊÊsaamm (MB For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature l i r ^Vegetable Prep trillion for As similaling Itie Food and ließ ula ling the Stomachs andBowcIs of IflKVIN lS/< Hll.DRtN * Promotes Digcslion.Chocrful ness and Rest.Conlains neilher Opium.Morplime nor Mineral. Not Naucotic. of ê /kveveuA-stHm/mmi dW A/x Senna * JtorAeUe Smlu~ % In & J/frmdW Use Aporftcl Ifemcfiv forConslipn Hon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoen Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness nnd Loss OF SlJEEl*. ' For Over Thirty Years Facsimile Signature of ; NEW YORK. CASTQRIA EXACT copy OF WRAPPER. ▼MC OWTÄU* COMPANY. NCW TORN CITY. Spalding's Encyclopedia of Base Ball. H I I'lay the Cat-field . »'ley KIref . . I »'lay ..... Play HI»or . Jl N m. h ffl m >i . ii -, «n. now » »I. How '»fitaJfi » T i T.-arr., Ho S". m. Ho /V/. « by Mall, io Cent» Fach, p T!< < If. _ iNMIng's Official Base Ball Guide for 1905 . Thnaatiiority oon*niti*i on nil <1 luxated (^»tnf■ •• i-.. » . til* new 1906 rui.'K ami oirt.ir** ,.f «il tt..- i.-méth.w Av« chiMun A « , hil ft« Ju pihyr. U'trr 'li 1\ 10 i<1 H'l ft F*i' fr* A. O. 6PALDINQ & BROS. IM NMEfti» st..b »w York — 147 W» Z. N. K.-F 2119 A Hu ilew Lnmtiw. If v -, r. 1 >\ I Note's lUgui.i 1 dc it ii •pt • ;■! to doubl * tin Ù. lit «jtnte t*> d h** pût» COMFORT It is just as easy to bviy shoes that tit that do that do not rub the kmd that do. not cramp - ÆV« as it is to buy rfy Figaro C Shoes \ I Ihstdc'ghtful : ; h »■ \ they do not I ' rh •y ii. jFor Mm For Wnnim Retail $3 50 $4 00 y the Figaro us his name are supplied, If your dea'er does not c Shoe- write to us and we will see that you I CARRUTHERS-JONES SHOE CO. MEMPHIS St. Joseph's Liver Regulator has been on the market for twenty-five years—it is put up in large tin boxes— it is guar - anteed to give satisfaction and to keep its full strength in any climate. It should be used in all cases of Indigestion, Con stipation, Biliousness, Dyspep sia, Sour Stomach, Dropsy, Liver Complaint, Heart Palpi tation, Chills and Fever, and 1 all derangements of the liver and kidneys. LIVER DISTURBANCES NINE YEARS. Mr. W A. Kelly, of Mayu cha, S. C., was afflicted with liver troubles for many years, and the following letter tells how he uses St. Joseph's Liv er Regulator and MAKES HIS OWN TONIC. "For about ni l had heart trou hi ye and nui in the 1 d,resulting fro ! disturbances. I tried various kinds of local 1 treatment but they did not help me any. I I bop an usina Ht. J < m- ph'n Liver Regulalor and I It helped me at once. 1 have take.. ■oral so it ns a tonie. 1 put the contents of one tin 1 »ql ! then fill it up with good i times a week I take a good j tonic at bed time I all my pains, Jt x into a pint bottle «ml 'h lei y. 'l l (1 it ca»' h nnd remove» great re mod . # w. a. Nelly. j Full directions in every box jor ; making tea or bitters. 8ERSTLE MEDICINE CO., Chittanooga, Taaii, At ait Dcaiera, la IS-ctal Boité. W. L. Douclas • 3 = & SHOESmA W. L. Douglas »4.00 Cllt Edge Lin* cannot bo equalled at any price. TLjJOWmJ SHOES td MICE* n Of t c *t*rts i nn WORLOj 'JULY e, 187® Capital •p.sqo.om rn*K»nroTHÈè MANUFACTURÉ: R IN THE WORLD. t 1 fl finn REWARD to »nyone who can wlUjUUU dkprov# this atatement. Ff I could take you Into my Bt Brockton, Mas«., and ®h earn with which three lart(C factories Infinita rv patrol shoea iamnde, vow SX L'ro TnZÜl whyih? y 'tU &uJSSS! Bt better, wear longer, and ore of greater Intrinsic value than any other $.f.S0 shoe. °f*y0l** Xirong Mad» Shnaa for Mon, 92.00, $2.00. Ooya'Suhool * firry An Shotsa, $2.50, $2. $1.75, $1.50 CAUTION. ^ Tako without hl* nam« /'■ i the you —JnuiHt upon bavin« W. L l)nng, no *ub«tltate. Non« hl» nam« and price »tainpft'l f a$t Color Eue!et* used ; they u lU not Will« for Jllußtrated Catalog. Vf. L bOUOLAS, HrrH.kt.on, Mam. genuin» iHjttOfO. OluiMÿ.