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- . years of AJJMnIilseaso.
-Kidney trouble began about
five .years, .agrq witJi
dull backaclie, 'which
got so severe in time
that I could, riot 'get
around. " The kidney
secretions : :; became
badly disordered and
at times', there was
almost - a ; complete
stop .of the flow. . I
was examined again
and Rga!n and treated to no avail and
tent letting worse. I hare to praise
noan's Kidney Pills for. my final-relief
and cure. Since using them I
have a'ned in strength and flesh and
Jave no si.?n of kidney trouble." ' .
Sold by all dealers. . 60 cents a box.
j-oster-Milburn 'Co , Buffalo, N.;Y.
Seme men need a change of heart
.ilst as badly as they - need a
change of clothes and - some loose ;
in tue pocK.eia mereoi.; ;
-' mmm m' 111,,--,,, '
fJr "j ' ' wZ!"!rim'f1 m,," ' .-... J " "lfH)J f-jj! ffc f-i 'll H -mm--- .11 I. 1 1 n -
I- n,-- rVf 'f.'Ll il I raw. AM) CATAIIlMf t'l'lH .
ubjectt David Grievej For Absalom
V ;2 Salnuel 118 Golden "text
-Pfv,: 7:25 Commit-Verse 23
- Commentary. : '
TIME. -10
B. C. rLACE.
..prervwhere I go I speak for tbttmisi,
wause ic cured me of ringworm in Its
nrt form. My whole cheat from neck to
ftfst was raw as beef; but tbttzbikb cured
- n also cured a bad case of piles. 8o
S Mrs. 31. F. Jones of 28 Taanehill St.,
SSborg. Pa. Txttxbw. the great lskia
.medy Is sold by druggists or sent by mail
Write J. T. tJHX7Prmixt Dept. A,
gaT&nnai, Ga. .; - '-. .'
The reason why some of us starve
to death is because others waste their
substance. ;V '
Hicks' Capudine Cures Women's
Monthly Pains, Backache. Nervousness,
fnd Headache. It's Liquid., Effects imrae-r
Siatelv Prescribed by physicians with beat'
results.' 10c. 25c., and 60c.. at drug stores.
Tha Frenchman LookedInnocent.
Some time since, in a Tremont
Street store in Boston a nervons lit-
tie Frenchman brushed against
pretty trifle of 'vaseware valued at
about fourteen dollars and succeeded
EXPOITIOX. I. -Tidings of .ViW
Jory, 2tl. .It will not do in teach
ing this lesson to confine oneself to
Ierse? 'assigned. .Absalom had
laid his plans with great shrewdness
fim- But he had left God out In
- calculations ; ( ch. 17:1 4, R.
v.), .That omission was fatal. ! It
Si'aMer to David's prayer that
God, had ordained to defeat the good
sounsel of .Ahithophel" (cf.- 2 Sam.
15:31). ; Hushal, had appealed suc
sessfullyHo the vanity of Absalom in
Ws attempt to overthrow Ahithophel's
Jounsel (ch. 17:11). In this tima ot
leeming general defection from David
there were really many -who stood by
iim still (ch. ,1511921. 8227: 17:17.
118-20, 27:29,-18:3) .. At last a for-
auaaDie army had rallied to his sur
port ( ch. 18:1, 2) . David's chief
ioncern was about Absalom, and his
parting word to his generals was to
leal gently with him (v. 5). The
Jverwhelming victory which was - the
result of the battle is a type of the
verwhelming final victory that shall
ipd ,our David's--conflicts with sH is
ioes ( Rev. 1 9 : 1 1-2 1 ; 2 Thess. 2:8).
More people of David's enemies were
lestmyed by the "hand .of God In this
battle than by the hand of -David's
loldiers (y..-S; cf. Judges 5 : 2 ; 2 1 )Y
a.bsalom had longed to.meet the ser
vants of David, but when be met them
It was to his dismay and ruin (v, 9).
Absalom was' not now riding in a
ihariot with horse and 'fifty men to
run before him (cf. ch. 15:1), but on
i". mule with his men running away
trom him.- ..It was an appropriate end
OATARMUil - TT.-T T vr
i;-,?'1168!?1 Catania. Trial treatment by
rn11 freg. RKA CO.. MhmeapoUs. Minn
; - Ane-man whp can; tell -'a funny
story and doesn't is either a mean
man or has a'jnew story. " ; ' -
Burning, rainftil Sores on Legs--Tor-J
tured Day and NightTriea 3Iany
-- Remedies to: Ko Avail Used
:r V Cuticura; Is Well Agaitf. ;
"After an attack of riieuma'tista runmns
sores broke out on my husband's legs, from
below the knees to the ankles. There are.
no; werds .to 'tell--all the discomfort and
great suffering he had to endtire night and
day. He used . eTenr kind of remdr mT
-three physicians treated him. one after tho
oiner, witttout any good results whatsver.
One ; day I ordered some" Cuticura Soa
Cutvcura Ointment, , and .Cuticura .llasol
Vent.' He began to use them and ia thre
weeks all the sores were dried up. The
'burning fire stopped and the pains became
bearable. After three months he was quite
well. I can prove this testimonial at any
time. Mrs. W V. Albert, Upper French
yille, Me., July 21937." - .,..r,
yli no -fight, iiox victory ; no victory,
no crown.- Savonarola: " ' - . "
Vo. Drive Oqt Malaria and: BnHd C
; . . the System '
take the 6lli Standnrd Gkovk's Tastk
Vcss Chili. Tokicv Yo know what you
are taking. The formula is plainly printed
on every botthv showing it is simply (Qui
nine and Irtm in a tasteless form, aud ta
most effectual Town.- For grows-' people
ana children, 50a , ; :,
rTTKxrx has done wondrs. for suSe?
ers from e-osema, tettsr ground iteh,' ery
ipela?riafant sore head; ohaps, cnafes and
otheT iornis of skin diseases. -In aggrayat
ed coses ol eczema Its ures hare been mar
velous and, thousands of .peoplesing "its
S raises.-' 5fle. at druggists or by "mail ' from
. T. ShutthIxb, Dept.' A; Savannah, Qa.
In : the world who-knows- notT how
to swimgoes to" the -botftom."r2i
Mra.WnslovVSootliin'gS'yriip for Cliililreti
teethint softens the gums, re;tioe ijiiianm
tion.aUay3rni. cuie!jviuU coIici'So a bojliie
;dLtthe;inhofis -lot iii
Woods;, :hyfirytarfnl5not
exeiti-iuiaseli;ai3 -Jchief
iii jpanic : anl rver-exertion
though; Che ank 1klin greaC. uiry - I r
to, find - shelter Iimfiscrarh himr to - V, . ; y3 111 Y 11 'i
danrs-lieV-'-j----- h--- k --Si
go slowly. ' wo, milfis an hour,-on
ari areiageV; thf ctiht;theTsnow in "'the
wpds, ,is all thati-. man in his con
ditiohwiibeable tb, stand without
ov'r?f atigne ndjits a'tfetidahtf dati-r
gersf over-heating i4ni "perspiration.
By exereisiiig 'cahtidn,c a :mnn ' "may
Mildnes3- governs -i better ; than van- "Y -thrptigttr a .week of -what htf is
ger;-- .:-:----.-v ' uiueiuiug. 4,0. mase xnis -article
: ' ,'" . I brief," Lbwevay'we shall Suppose that
. Ihe regains tberoad by the afternoon
ot the - nrst day. He doesn 't ' vet
know, of - course, justHiere he is.
He should examine, the, tracks' of the
person' who last passed that way. . It
being afternoon, he must follow: in
the direction . takep by. he last pass
ing vehicle or team, as shelter : will
be nearest in. that idirection. . Had
it been . morning he would have" taken
the opposite . direction.'--' as whoever
made the tracks must have come. from I
in sreiuiii; seveiw stuic uiuxc uiccca
out of it than had gone, into. its mak- tor Absalom that he should be. hanged
in?. The floorwalker led the abashed ipe. . 21:23; cf. De. 27:16,. 20). We
Parisian aside and politely explained 111 deserve to be hanged, as for that
-w ih lirnkPTi vnso Tnnst. Ha nniM fnr t vuai. ;iu;. ine oniy mm
Monsiei:r ietched a handtul 01 small
silver and copper, mostly .foreign
from his pocket when he was told the
Talue of the trifle. "Mon Dicu,1 '4 father "will be like to Absalom's
cried the Parisian, "seventy francs!"
At this he took out his billbook'nnd
discovered a fty-dollar draft, which
the floorwalker instantly seized upon,
to the unspeakable horror : of its
owner. After deducting the value of
the vase the former handed the man
his change and dismissed him with a
floorwalker's hlessing.vThe express
draft reached the bank-in : due. time,
with four others, as fraudulent, but
the volatile little Frenchman had de
parted southward with the swallow si
-From "The Latest Methods tf
Graft," by Don Mark Lemon, in The
Bohemian Magazine for November. .
that save3 us from it is that" an
other was hanged in our place (Gal.r
5:13). The destiny of all who treat
their parents as Absalom, treated hi3
Proverbs aid Phrases. - .
By night an atheist believes in i a
God. Young. . . . .
A bad tree does not : yield . good
apples. Danish. .. - m . -
Bad is never good ) until -worse
happens. Dutch. 5 .
If lies were Latin there would be
many learned men. Danish.
A day's pleasure and a year's
grief. Modern Greek .- - ": . ; V
A pleasant thing never comes.-too
soon. Danish. . ..
Commit a sin twice jand you
think it allowable. Hebrew. ; ,
Some people are short on intellect
who are long on brains, The brains
usually draw about a hundred -dollars
per. - " ' . " ';' "
'A saving disposition is a good thing
to have, around the house. - - 3 -
llfrks Capudine Cures-Ilcndarhe, v
W hether V fr "m coTSh, aea t, stomacu .. or
nervous troubles. . No Accetauilid or daa-. :
T?erou drugs. . It's liquid aud acts imme-
cuately. Trial oottie ioc. , iieguiar sizes
25c. Bnd BOc. at aU drugsists. ,r - : ' ; - V
The good will of some people costs
a lot more than" it is worth. " "
II. n, Qukick's rwss. tt Atlan'a. Qa... are
tllQ only succiMtal Droiy Specialist la the.
world. .See their liberal offr in advertise?
ment in another olumn of tbis paper; ' - -
A veiled insult is just as shameless
as a marefaced lie and a lot more
cowardly. So. 45- 'OS,
(lrot. 2 0 : 2 0. R. V.) . Absalom was
leserted by all at the last, even -"the
mule that was under" him went away."
A.bsalom paid dearly for the injury
that he had done Joab at an earlier
iay" (ch. 14:29, 30). Joab was a
rengeful man, and had been waiting
all these years to get vem All our
mean treatment of others is likely to
eome back some, day. upon our own
heads with compound interest. How
the heart of David trembled when he
wras told that ? man was comlng run
aing. He kce .v that he had tidings,
but what kind of tidings? Then when
another appeared in the distance the
heart tf David beat faster than ever.
Then when he was told that it was
Ahimaaz, and he was sure that-it was
good tidings that he brought, fear
lor Absalom filled his ' heart. " Poor
David! Sin is awful costly! The first
word of Ahimaaz to. David was
"Peace" (R. V. Marg. v. 28 . That
Is the message that the gospel brings
to every contrite sinner (Rq. 10:15).
Ahimaaz bowing himself before the
king with his face to the earth (v. 28,
R. V.). It was not only in honor to
the king, but also In worship of God,
whom " he immediately proceeds to
bless. But before our David every
knee shall bow, and every tongue con?
fess (Phil. 2:10. 11). Ahimaaz as
cribed all the glory fdr the victory to
Him to whom it belonged (cf. Gen.
14:20; Ps. 115:1; 144:1, 2; Rev.
19:1-3). It was Jehovah, and Jeho
vah alone, who had delivered up
David's enemies. And it is He, and
He alone, who delivers un ours. But
David had but one thought, "Is the
young man Absalom -safe?" Ah,
David,' you should have thought of
"that" years ago, when you took that'
I awful step that plunged Absalom into
' eternal ruin. Most fathers think, of
the safety of their sons too late.
Ahimaaz avoided the question, but his
; mswerwas ominous. David felt that.
- j The Cushite, too, ascribed all the vic
j tory to God. So did David himself;
1 (ch. 22:48,49 Ps. 124:2, 3). Ven-
geance Deiongem iu uuu, nuu nc uau
avenged David on all those that rose
up- against him ( cf- De. 3 2 : 3 5, 3 6 ;
Ps. 94:ll Ro. -12:19). t
' II. David's Overwhelming . Grief
Over Absalom, 32, S3.. Thi3 i3 one of.
the saddest scenes in all history, and.
one of the most Instructive. David's
first question of the Cushite, as of
Ahimaaz, was, "Is the young man
Absalom safe?" The Cushlte's an
swer, was not direct, but it was none
the less unmistakeable. ,. In an Instant
nirii Vnnwa that ' Ahsalom is dead.
J f .VA AUV " , , . ,
nervous spells and could - not ana " "
eep nighU. was
Eestion, bloating and gas on stomach measure agony of the father who
alfected my heart ; -I" ;. j looks upon the temporal and eternal
"I spent lots of money doctoring- ,' ruin of his son, and-knows that he is
one doctor told me I had chronic ca- himself to blame for It all? ' .That
tarrh of the stomach; another that I an agony that every, father who.;wanT
Mtt heart disease and was liable to aers mxo n m atelv
Ie at anv tim.. tt,av all. dieted me - enemies.of our.tfavid will ultimately
ntil I was nearly starved, 1 but ' I
seemed to get worse Instead of better.
"Having heard of the good Postum
had done for nervous -people I,1 dis
carded coffee altogether and began to
use Postum regularly. I soon got
tetter and now, after nearly two'
years, 1 can trutbfnlly, say I; am .
Bound and well. ' ?: - : i
"1 sleep well at r&&ut, do not have
tne nervous spells and am not -.bothered
with indigestion or palpitation.
eigh 32 pounds more than , when 1
began Postum, and am better every
wy than I ever was while drinking
coffee. 1 can't say too much In praise
01 Postum. as I am sure it savedUxny
uy "There's a BTeason." .
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
. geek, Mich. Read "the Road to
Wellvliie,- in pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A
" K ; As Usual. : '
"I've plenty of theories" :
i "Yes and when you want to work
one out" ' ' ' - - ' r--
"Work one out?" . .- ;
: "Yes.' - . i
r ," Ob, when I want to go to work
I forget rthem." - , .-i-
7 Deafness Cannot Re Cirrcd
. )yiocal applications as theycannot re ach thft
UiseosM portion of th$ ear. There is only one.
way to core deafnesa. and that is by consti
tutional remedies. .Deafness is caused by an
mnamel condition of the mucous lining of
Ihe Eustachian Tub, When thin tube is in
Qamed you have a rambling sound or imper
fect bearing, and when it & entirely closed
:eafness is the result, and unless the in ta
rnation can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal Condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever. :t : Kine cases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which is nothingbnt an
inflamed condition of the znncona surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness ( caused by catarrh ) that can
pot be coredby Hall's Catarrh Care. Send Tor
tircnlars free. - F. J.Cheitet & Co Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
n . n nrr : r '
IB... II . I H I l .(. 1 IULI ,.H T II .. U I
-1111 nrfirf m c. '11 r - - i, i- r- '
- --- t-a iii ii'iT. 11 mi-- 'ii1viT7r
Cleanses T;tWsteiri Ejf e'ct
ixdWv; Dispels Lolas aud lleofi
ac h e s; a ne Xo uqusti p otions
jts:naturiliv, Gets truly aa
aJLjGXQTfve. -. -
ten -young and OUi; " ' l
AlwQvs duv the oenuirie tvuict
KasMhe jull name o tne Loir
. Ti&jSTTRTjp Co. ;
byWnoin it is manufactured. printed on
front of everv o"ack.nJe.- ' . -
the place , where he obtained shelter i
the previous night.- From 1 Lost , in 1 ens size only, regular price 50fr fccSla-
tne. woods," by .A. is. , Carle ton,, jtn j
The. Outing . Magazine for November.
- - The. Tamily Tcthbrrish. '.' 1
Country people,: as a rule, "always
try. to make the teacher feel that he
is ." one of the family and all that
they possess is for her use and pleas
ure.3 One Monday '"morninsr, upon." re
turning to her boarding place ,after
a -i visit home . over Sunday, she dis-
covered, .to, her annoyance, thai, she SKSSS!
naa ieic Jier lOQtnnrusn ;at nome ana
she" expressed her annoyance atlthe
fact, the lady of "the house replied
Nothing New or
' fviysterioiu. .
"For many generations Qoosevr.-eaW'h&V beak
recoxnirel aa a wonderful remedial m3Iam
In treating and -Curln,Pneunoni. - Grippe,
"llf.llpl '
Coffee at Bottom of Trouble.
It takes some people a long time to;
find out that coffee is hurting them.
But when once "the . fact la clearr
most people try to . keep away .from '
the thing which is followed by ever
increasing detriment "to the heart,
stomach and nerves. , " .
"Until two years ago I was a heavy
coffee drinker," writes; an. HI. stock
fcan, "and had been all my. life, ; I
am now 56 years old. r , " '
"About three years ago I hegan to
e appears from time to time.
aey ar genuine, true, and foil oi
ftu,aaa inter - - :
all beAS that young man was. David's 1
sin was no sufficient excuse wr ADsa
lom. He had brought Tiiin, upon his
own head. Our 'David too-sorrows
over the ruin-of His bitterest foes
(Lii. 19:41, 42). David said of Absa
lom, "Would- God r 1 5 had V died, for
thee'? Christ did. die for,His enemies.
David seems to have never recovered
from thi3 sorrow- All . over ; these
chapters is written In large letters.
V ; Pass Rulings Announced, j
. Washington, Special. Free passes
"1:J. x. :-irii,A bnnn.": fide ex-em-
may - lasutu . ,
nlovees of a railroad who are travel
fn re-enter the railroad's service.
Passes cannot be " extended : to the
families of employees who died a
-1 jok wfiHe in the service
- .oiiprs. - though that
pririleis aecordea to the famita
privilege -.,1ta ; hn service.
-. Bo Your Own Tree Doctor.
Every man should be his own, tree
doctor. If properly trained he. has
been busy all summer removing suck
ers from the . trees, fighting fungus
and discouraging insects. When , the
leaves are off he goes all over his
plantation, diagnosing each tree,
shrub and bush. He will find some
borers not yet killed, and these
should be thoroughly eradicated from !
t - i 1 " i - r a !
nis quinces ana appies oeiore winter t
sets m. Use a flexible wire and a
sharp knife ; and when .the larvae are
killed, pile coal ashes freely around
the tree. - He will probably find in
his currant and berry fields more ' or
less bushes that cultivation lias
loosened in the. soil. ; These are liable
to hcave'out during the winter, iie
should slip a narrow shovel under
the-plaht, draw out the dirt, and let
the bush settle until it is well "plant--ed..
Tread heartily, and then, if you
have them1 to spare, place a scuttle
of coal ashes about each one, From;
The. Outing Magazine for November.
' How many American women ! in
lonely homes to-dav long fo'rxthis
hlftRRinsr tn'fomfi into their lives, and
to be able to utter these ! woTds; Hut '.' Waal, now, that 's : too bad ; , we
because: Of some organic r derange- might 'a, lent ye burn, but Sary's
ment this haDninesS 13 denied them. gone yisitm7 for a, weok .and tuk it
' ' "Rverv ' woman interested in- this with her.M From The - - Bohemian
subiect should know that prerarai Magazine for -November
tinn i for healthv matemitV' is I "
accomplished - by - the use ?of - Most; women hold .that the tongue
a ermVA niMiiRflnrrii was made to talk, with. Al. few. men
-iYDlAdFINKHARS' held it wasmade to keep still" with.
Mrs, Maggie Gilmer, of : lYesf
Union, 53. Cwrites to JSlrs. linldiam :
'I was grcfitly .run-down in health
from a weakness peculiar to my sex,
when Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable
Compound was recommended to me. It
not only restored me to perfect health,
but to my delight 1 am a mother." ,-.
. Mis. Josephine Hall, of Bardstown,
Ky., writes,: . ... .
" I .was a very, great sufferer from!
female troubles, and my physician failed
to help me. JLydia K. Finkham's Vege
table Compound not only restored me
to perfect health, but I am now a proud
mother." ; - r
For thirty years Lydia K Pink-
ham's "Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
of jrlo rrl . vonrmlxr ' fnv : -forrtolft illc
and has positively cured thousands 01
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors; irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges-
1 ji j iT .
uon, dizziness or nervous prostration.
Why donx you try it
Mrs. Pinkham -invites all sick
women to. -write -her for advice.
She has guided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
GREASE LI NI ME ST ti made from pur kocm
grease, jrlth; othr ralvable ouratiTe- imgf
dleats added. Try It. - - 7 : 73-i-;
- 25e-At 11 rrussitcatd Dealer XSw :
.wbtn writing: dTcrtfarf. anllz
bnytni; Arilelea dTvf Mined Id tjaemm-
cot 11 m us uneoniy ins ucn i- t m kw
Makes TO -. T tflTer-Bt . Artlclesr IXouaclrnlcl XtewetSie. - Fla
Extracts all XIlel Toilet Prephrallor.e, 'Flue itp. Ktt.1
CGnxJarirerr Wanted n K-Vcry - Ooanfjy
AO fear Experience, 3,00O,00 Outpnf
V . '
in Horses
' m m -r" ae
- ft av ft , timzi n
Ml 11 - 4 . t- I ft -I
Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to. neglect.- --
See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's J
Liniment on hand and apply at the first - signs of stiffness;
It's wonderfully penetrating goes right .to the spot relieves;;
the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the musclea,
- ' elastic and pliant. ,rV-: 7.;; : - - - , -
tr 3m Removes au awening- m o i
days ; effects a permanent euro
: Mf fediTi. Trial treatment
L.PH'lven free. Notblntfcan be fairer ;
v 3 write vr. n. n. ursen owns. -
will kill a spavin,; curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swol .
len joints, and is a sure hnd speedy remedy for fistula, sweeneyv ;
founder and thrush. j 1 X: -Price, 5 ocJ and i.oov
. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, ; Boston, ' Mass. "
Sloan's boo& on horses, cattle, sheep and poultry acatfrpe. . -
The bottom of your foot, if twisted out
OI its proDer tine
will : causa foot
troubles. SKREEMER sboes fit at the
foundation: the bottoms match tho
bottoms of your feet. Xharswhy ther, r . - i
are comfortable. Look for the label." If you do not fina
Bkreemers easi ly, write ua for directions-how to secure -them.
- - FRED. F. FIELD COn Brockton, Mass.
H wave-
1. -. , I1"!!
1" WW
Pimple s9 1 1 c h ! ngHu mo r s, Rheum a t io m, Blood
poison, nczema,t$one trains.
: B.B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is the only Blood remedy that killa the poison in
the blood and then purifies it sending a flood of pure, rich blood direct to the skin
surface, Bones, Joints, and wherever the disease is located. In this way all Sores,
Cures Throng!) the Blco
Ulcer, Pimnles, Eruptions a healed and cured, pains and aches of Rheumatism
cease, swemns subside. B. B. B. completely chans-es tne body into clean, healtny
condition, Riying the skin the rich, red hue of perfect health. -B. B; B; cures the
worst old casea. Try it.. SI OO pr lurge bottte at Drn Stores with directions
for Home cure, o.vaii'i-.is fiusjs dj writing Btouu jbalju. tu.At:&nut, u.
- The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drives out Malaria and build- up the
system. You know what you are takings - The formula is plainly printed oa every bottle, showing it .1
is simply Quinine and Iron m a tasteless, and the most effectual form. For adults and children, 50c
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W. t. -Douglas makes anil sella bmht
men's S3.O0 and 30. shoes thas svtty
other manrrfacturer in the world, be
cause they hold their shape, fit better
and wear longer than any other mafcw.
,. Shoes at Alj.PricBS. far. Every Member of the
Family, Men, Boys, Wamen, M 11
WX.Doiu;lM4.09aa4 $5.00 SUtXdf Shorn
to enUd at aay price. W. L. PmigUa $2.M ant
$3.00 ihoe t th beet la the world
: Frtt Color Jlytleta TTm&Batl5lvuilit9
fa-'l'iike JM MaUarltute. , V. L.. DouKin
name and priie is stamped o bottom. Sold
everywhere. . Shoes mailed from factory to al
cart of the world. Cat alovn free.
W. L. DOUGLAS, 157 Spark St.r Brortton. W
KPI p fylnrM ort- Having- ;
wosvi en - - v&ssssr
i fiend far bk,1MtteIIel for Wotwb." 1 -.
Cardu?' yrrites Mrs. Susan A. Hall, of Hayne, N. C, "has been & heaven-sent Messing .lo me. Sinco
! taking Cardui" I have been in tetter health than in the past five years. It curd me. I could, not have
: had my baby, ii it had not been for Carduu I cannot say too much in praisejjf it," - v -
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fLaaiea who suffer from the pain and ailments duo to womanlyUls; each. as head- '
ache, ' backache", dragging sensations, pain in side, numbness, inabilitjr 6 walk, nervous-ns-irregular
fimctioriii: dizzmes3. etc.. 6houldTtry ihis famous i email remedy, which -
uomposea oi purely vegeiaoie, su&xmu ,uxgia9. y " ;
and.reZiaftk remedy. Try it . . :. ':'-;r;;i'-.l-:--:':--
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tflSZ ' dy. eaTwitbout rtpp aTiw lor free Wtot-Eow to Dj. Eic and
IT -A D E L lt;S'S;- P:.TS:S
aay other dye. One 13c. package bCDer. "3 Vm, ,7. MfTr ITai-
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