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My friend, hf?p the editor in l:i vildeyed warrh for new. When friend rrrr.c to M-e yon, if you are not al.imtl of it. tell him; when yonr wife eives a tea party, if yon have icfriverel ff'tn the effects ut th? yo,ip. drop in with the news; w! cn a baby arrives fill your focki't with riznrs and rail, if you po to a jattv !-al (-"me of the .'o"d tiling and ln3'. f Vm with the itcn in our pnHn. If y"iir wif you com in and let us tff vour rar and lendc r sympathy tl-rot.-h the paper. If vf-'ir in'ither-in-Iaw ha diM Won't he b "lift I about it; tive in all the r'-iiipjo! j'!ar r.ew. In lrt. what ever irrsles you fe I proud, ?ad, lone-- :e t.r --ind submit U to our twenty i ur rsiat nislorn and Me our matte?! lnk- :!and up rn end with qrati ti:.!e. wl.ieh will iv.r frorn every pore li!:" rii'i-ture frcrn the drw-boprink-le.l !-3flh. Tekmn. Okla.. Tin.es. r.VVVMi JlrKlXf.r.Y MONUMENT To i:j :;dirntnl I)uriiii OM-ltome Week." September 5. Tho lK-rr.tiful white marble shaft er?f'.I by the Slrtte of New York rh N'Sjfara Square, lSuffaio. N. Y., to the m"ti: ry of President McKInley. Is - i? f'Tirally dedlrated Thurs Tn y. S i tr ro.be;- 5, and tho event will t; th- r-.ir-l featur of Buffalo's O' l IJon:o Wt?k, E?pJ';rber I to 7. K iitu-.- rld'at'! cf n-.itTalo and the p ! :c :.t la; i" an cnrd'ally Invited to fiif n l tli de li'atlon and the gay c.univ;.! that vIH run all the week. ,4 i i i The MrKInley monument was planned and executed under the dl rirtlon of a commission of prominent luen at a cc t of over J 150,000. iJufTalo's Old Home Week will tte a f.irces.slon cf civic and military pa-K-antry, carnival, oi ls and games, and the rlctric city will he ablaze with tv.-inklln? lights and patriotic Ci' ooi cUic ns. l'"o; rner rcsIJents of Jluffalo ::ro xiked to send their ratucs an 1 addresses to James W. 'Jrccii., chriirman OlJ-Horao Week Comn-.iilee, U fT?lo, N. Y. A beauti ful nlr invitallon will be mailed to each. Tlii laihoads will oiler ex cursion isles to and returning from Uuffaly. Refections of a Bachelor. Self-conquest i.s the greatest of vic tories. Pluto. A rich man never has to spend money the way a poor man does to pioc it. It's very surprising to kiss a girl in the dark when you think she U soxobody else. The way to have a woman agrevj with you about how to biing up chil tlrcn is not to be married to hei-. A woman calls a man a good hus baiid when she is very fat, but he al ways speaks of her as his little girl. "When a woman has a train of tho'i-ht it is apt to be au unlimited express. Childhood's Memories. Bond Say, Stock, I bet you a fiver you can't say the Lord's Prayer. Mock lio on! iSow 1 lav me down to sleep, etc. Pond (astonished) Well, here's your fivei I did not thiuk you knew it. ; . So Untidy. CVtlcr I wish to consult yoj nbout my face, doctor. One side is twice a.s bii; as the other. Doctor Oh, I shouldn't worry about that if I were you. Caller I don't, Doctor, but it's my wife. She says it looks so beast ly untidy. Proverbs and Phrases. Who socks what he should not, finds what he would not. German. The master derives honor from his art Danish So. 32-'07. It is not always May. Longfellow. f SOAKED IN COFFEE - Until Too Still to Uend Over. "When I drank coffee 1 often had sick headaches, nervousness and bil iousness much of the time, but when I went to visit a friend I got in the habit of drinking Postum. "I gave up coffee entirely, and the result has been that I have been en tirely relieved of all my stomach and nervous trouble. "My mother 'was just the same way. We all drink Postum now and, without coffee in the house for 2 years, we are all well. "A neighbor of mine, a great cof feo drinker, was troubled with pains in h'er side for years and was an In valid. She was not able to do her work and could not even mend clothes or do an thing at all where she would have to bend forward. "If she tried to do a little hard work she would get such pains that she would have to lie down for the rest of the day. "At last I persuaded her to stop drinking coffee and try Postum Food Coffee and she lid so, and has used Postum ever since; the result has been that she can now do her work, can sit for a whole day and mend and can sew on the machine and she nev er feels the least bit of pain in her side, in fact, she has got well, and it shows coffee was the cause of the whole trouble. "1 could also tell you about several other neighbors who have been cured by quitting. coffee and using Postum In its place." "There's a Reason." Look In pkg. for the famous little hook. "The Road to Wellville." - BIGCEST FINE EVER Standard Oil Company Must Pay $29,000,000 JUDGE LAND1S STANDING FIRM Standard Oil Company Given Laxfst Fine Erer Imposed in History of American Jurisprudence More Than 131 Time Amotint Receired Thioutb Eebatinc Opcraticaa. Chicago, Special. Judpt; Keneo It. Iandu haturday in the fniteu States bitrict C'ouit tilted the Stan dard Oil Company of Indiana fV 1!4,0W fT violations of the la avaint accepting rebates from rail roaiR The fine is tb largest ever a.sst-sl against any individuals r any corporation in tho history of American criminal jnrinidenw, and in Klightly more than 131 time, c great an the amount received by the company through its rebating opera tion. The cac will be carried to tba highere courts by the defending com pany. Te penalty imjioseil ujn the coan pany is the maximum permitted under the law, and it was announced at the end of a long opinion in which the r: thods and practices of the Stand ard Oil Company were mercilessly scored. The judye, in fact, declared in his opinion that the officials of th Standard Oil Company who were re. Iosiblc for the practices of which tlve corporation was found guilty, were no better than eountergeiters and thieves, his exact language being: "We may as well look at this sit uation squarely. The men who thus deliberately violate this law wound counterfeits the coin, or steals letters society more deeply than does he who from the mail." Judge Inndis commenced reading his decision at 10 o'clock and occu pied about one hour in its delivery. He reviewed the facts in the ea: e took up the arguments of the attor neys for the defense and answered them, and then passed judgment upon the company, which he declared vio latcd the law for the sole purpose of swelling its dividends. Tli court held that the railroads have no more right to make a secret rate for a shipper than a board of assessors have to make a seaonccbant assessors would have to make a se cret assessment of any particular piece of property. Tiie court expressed regret that the law failed to provide a more serious punishment than a fine, hut insisted that the penalty should be sufficiently larpe to act as a deterent and not of such a size as to encourage the defen der to persist in lawlessness. At the conclusion of his opinion and after announcing the amount of the fine. Judge Landis directed that a special grand jury be called for the purpose of inquiring into the acts of the Chicago & Mton Railroad Com pany, it having ben proved in the case just closed that the oil company accepted rebates from that corpora tion. This juiy is summoned for Au gust 14th. The decision of Judge T.andis aroused almost as much public inter est as did the presence of John D. Rockefeller and othei officials of the Standard Oil Company in the court room on July 6th. The crush was so great that a large foree of deputy marshals had ranch difficulty in con trolling the crowd that wtu enxious to force its way into the court room. The government was represented in the court room by United States District Attorney Sims and Assistant District Attorney Wilkerson. The attorneys who tried the case for the Standard Oil Company, John S. Mill er. Mertz Rosenthal and Alfred D. Eddy were not present the company beinj? represented bv Merrit Starr a partner of Mr. Miller and Chauncey Martyn from the office of Mr. Eddv. Injunction is Granted; Memphis, Tenn., Special. Feder xl Judge McCall denied a petition of the Central Trust Company of Nev Ycrk City, holder of the Memphis sluet railway bonds, asking aa. in junction to restrain the city of Mem phis from inaugurating 2-cent street car'farcs. The case had been appeal ed to tho State supremo court from ing the constitutionality of the city ihe State circuit court, the isstiB be in junction. The suit for a federal in junction was entered pending a de cision of the State supreme court. Schoolship Gun Explodes. Toulon, By Cable. The breech lock of a 100-milimetre gun was blown off on board the gunnery school ship Couronne during targot practice in Salins roadstead 6nd three persons were killed and five vrounded The force of the explosion was ter rific and the bodies of the dead men were so badly mutiliated as to be al most unrecognizable. Three of those wounded are in a serious condition. Will Report Favorably Bill on Negro Disfranchisement. Atlanta, Ga.. Special. House com mittee on constituitonal amendments decided to report favorably the Sen ate bill on negro disfranchisement. The bill is likely to come before the House for final action late this week. The prohibition bill -probably will be ready for Governor Smith's signa ture Monday, when it will become a aw, to be effective January 1, 1903. The Boll Weevil in Mexico. San Antonio, Texas, Special. A special from Durango, Mex., to The Express says : Consternation reigns1 among the cotton " planters of this State Cuencamo district, of what is! generally supposed to be the boll weevil. The pest multiplies with great rapidity and the crops are be ing destroyed. METHODS OF OIL TRUST Ccmsialoacr of Corporation Bsitli Sabmiti to President Second of Ex port Conccrrdsf OptraUom of Standard Oil Company. Washington, Sj-eriaL Significant wclatkms are made public in a re port frubpiitted to President Uoo relt by Herbert Knox Smith, com miione r of corporation", cwncernir the operation of the Standard Osl Company. In a previous report the means and' methods of the Mandard Oil Company were explained. The present report M?ts forth the result? of the method and the effect they have bad on the profit of the Standard Oil Company. It dcaU with profits and prices, showing jat how the manipulation of the oil in- dustry by the Standard has affects! j the peket-books of the Americaa people. CommL'-sioner Smith Rays: "The Standard Oil Company is re sponsible for the course of the pricis of jK-troleiun and its pnnluets during the lat 2." years. The Standard has consistently used its power to raie he prie of oil during the last 10 years, not only absolute, but also relatively to the cost of crude oil." The Standard lias claimed that it his reduced the price of cil ; that it has been a benefit to the consumer; and hat oidv a great combination like the Standard could have furnish ed oil r.t the prices that have pre vailed. "Each one of these claims," says Commissioner Smith, "is disproved by this report." The increase in n nur! profits of the Standard froia 1S0G to 1904. v.as over $27,000,000. The report says: "The total dividends paid by tlf Stii -'nid from to 1000 ' were $5."-;n.2.004t averaging thus 21.1") per cent per year. The dividend however, were much less than tie total earnings. It is substantially certain that the entire net earnings of the Standard in this period were at least $700,000,000 and possible much more. "These enormous profits have beci based on an investment worth at the time of its originial acquisition not more than .$75,000,000." Commissioner Smith says: "The. following facts are proved: The Standard has not reduced mar gins during the period in which h has been responsible for the prices of oil. During the last ciyht vears cov ered by tlii report (1S9S to 1005) it has raised both prices and margin. "It domination has not been ac quired or maintained bv its superior efficiency, but rather bv unfair com petition find by methods economically and morally unjustifiable. The Stan dard has superior efficiency in run nimr its oAvn business; it has an equtl efficiency in destroying the busine-s of competitors. It keeps for itself the profits of the first and adds to these the monopoly profits secured bv the second. Its profits are far above the hiehest. possible standard of a reasonable commercial return and have been steadilv increasing Finally, the history of this great in dustry Ls a history of the persistert use of the worst industrial method, the exaction of exorbitant prices from the consumer, and the securing of excessive profits for the small group of men who over a long series of years have thus dominated the business." Large Fertilizer Manufacturing Plant Tired by Lightning. Jacksonville, Fla., Special. Light ning struck and set fire to the large fertilizer manufacturing plant of the city at 1 o'clock Sunday aftornoo-i and completely destroyed the build ing, which was valued at $33,033, and damaged the stock of- fertilizer and fertilizer material therein to the extent of $25,000. The loss is fully covered by insurance. Appropriation for Schools. Atlanta, Special. At the meeting of the appropriations cooimittee last week, upon the motion of Represen tative Holder, of Jackson, it was de cided to recommend in the appropria tion bill the sum of $1,350,000 for the common schools of Georgia for the year 1909. This appropriation will De tne total, sum received by schools during tb ye ar, t;ie William's Plurality is Small. Jackson, Miss., Special. Until the votes cast in the Democratic primary of last Thursday are canvassed this week by the designated officials, the result of the senatorial contest will, to a certain extent, remain in doubt Complete unofficial returns received by several sources show a plurality in favor of Congressman ' John Sharp Williams over Governor James I; Vardaman, but this plurality is com paratively small, and neither Gover nor Vardaman nor his managers will concede defeat, declaring that the of ficial review of the vote will shov his election by a small majority. - Boy Killed by Lishtning. Jacksonville, Fla., Special. At Fulton, a -small town on the Saint John's river, 15 miles from here. Charles Leidy, Jr., 14 years of age, was killed by a stroke of lightninr, the bolt running down the front of a building and entering a door. It struck the boy on the neck, breaking the spinal cord. Three others in the building were rendered unconscious, but all recovered within an hour. Caught Almost in the Act. Winston-Salem, Special. Ira Cook the young" adopted son of Mr. T. L. Cook, of Waughtown, is languishing behind the city prison bars charged with twice entering Hurley 's salo n in Third Street and stealing money from the eash drawer. He was s fo rested about midnight Friday nigat by Deputy Sheriff Cofer, who caught the lad soon after he turned out oi' the alley leading to the . rear of the saloon. He made no attempt to deay the fact that be entered the sfloon. FOR WORLD PEACE Great IntenuilloftaJ Congress Making Good Progress OUR DELEGATES VERY ACTIVE Sketches cn Arbitration Mdt Thurs day axe Commended for Their De termination to Carry Loficai Proportion BelUtcd to be the Most ImpcrUnt Effort Towards the Pa cification of the World. The Hague, By Cable. The pea rt al opinion expressed here is that the real jk a c confecrce began Thura- day ith the init3tive of the Amen can delegates, who lor their ppeechci Thursday on arbltntion are praised fur 1 he it determination to carry a bor eal proprsition thai is believed to be the most imiortant cflrt towards the pacification of ih world. Joseph II. Choate and James Scott, of the Ame rican delegation, before the special committee on aib;'. ration renewed the Amencan pr'postion dealing with arbitration from the ftandpoint of humanit as well as of international law. Prof, de Marteiz (Ruwdan) de clared that the principle of arbitra tion now under discussion was pro posed by Russia in 1S)). Germany Great p.ritian and Mexico in general supported the American proposition, Dr. Drego (Argentine) supported the Argentine projxtsition. Mr. Choate in his sieeeh explained that the instructions given to the American delegates were to see that the judges of this court be selected from r liferent countries, "and that they should represent the diff 'nt systems ot law and procedure and the most important languages of the world. The court was to be of such dignity? consideration and raiik that the beet and ablest jurists could ac cept appointments thereto. The cause ot general arbitration as a substitute for war. in the settlement of interna tional differences has advanced with leaps end bounds since the call of the first conference. Nothing more strong ly demonstrates the utilty of the rreat work of that conference than the genial resort of nations to ar bitration agreements among them selves assure means of securing juc ttce and protection. "Our hone is to preserve and per netuate the excellent work of the first 1 ; conference, carrying it on to its logical conclusion. Ihe work oi that conference, however, has not proved altogether adequate to meet the progressive demands of nations. The plan proposed by the United States," said Mr. Choate, "does not depart from the voluntary court al ready established. No nation will be compelled to come before it, but ir will be open to all who desire to set tle their differences by peaceful meth ods." The United States proposed that the expenses of the new court and the salaries of the judges be borne by the powers in common. This would make the court free to whoever appealed to it. Mr. Choate proposed that a suitable committee be appointed to frame a constitution for and decide upon the powers and character of the projected court, saying he thought it would be well to have seventeen judges instead of fifteen, so that the country representation might be more general. In conclusion Mr. Choate said : "It is six weeks since this confer ence first assembled, and there is cer tainly no time to lose. We have done much to regulate war and very little to prevent it. Let us unite on this great pacific measure and satisfy the world that the second peace" confer ence really desires that in the future peace and not war be the normal condition of Civilized nations." Explosion Kills Two Men. Danville, Va., Special. John J. and Abram Shelton two first cousins were killed by an explosion of a trac tion engine being used to thresh frheat on a farm about 20 miles from this city. The cause of the explo sion is unknown. The gauge to the boiler-registered about two-thirds full and as the usual cause for such "acci dents is that the water in the boiler becomes too low, it is believed that the gnage must have become stuck in some way. Mr. Richardson Has Resigned. - Boise, Idaho, Special. E. F. Rich ardson has been dismissed as chief ctMinsel for the defense of officers bi the Western Federation of Miners and as a result will withdraw from the case entirely. Clarence F. Dar row, of Chicago, will succeed him. Mr. Richardson denounced what he terms Mr. Darrow's Socialistic meth ods. The Original Bill Stands. Atlanta, Ga., The Senate spent three hours considering the prohibi tion bill as it came from the House for concurrent aetion. Several amend ments were offered, but were defeat ed. The bill was passed as it came from the House, with the exception that a verbal correction was made which will necessitate the bill re turning to the House for confirmation of this correction before the act can go to Governor Smith for his sig nature. The Crop Condition. Washington, D. C.r Special. The crop reporting board of the Agricul tural Department announced that the condition of the cotton crop on July 25 was 75.0 per cent, as compared with 72.0 per cent on July 25, 1907; 82.9 per cent on July 25. 1900 ; 74.9 per cent on July 25, 1905, and a 10 year average of 82.6 per cent GlYlS A PERFECT SKlft fe!hr In Uqhl Foron Adda to O IVaaty of Woswa- T-wwty k chr Aim J" t uuii f r er U4 ca;4w- naawcfci Ur& F Txa. T- m ih. Aty Hcoks iir Falser Otntiaest to ih Um yat aa jv go to 14, awl it w3 five 7 Taken bsKnwuy. ffaocock'a UmU phur pmfi lb Uod aad eWf P msjWkiB- A few rpooefaU in hot. wttr mkn U ft oi ndphsr fctha. A3 drefpt muI it. Salrfew Booklet free, if you wnte lUocock liaU Solpkar Co, Bltitore. Dr. W. W. Leake, ef OrUndo, Ha, m cared, my: "It b the tamt wooderf J remedy or Ect etna I have evr kswwa." A little help does a great deal French. FEARFUL BURNING SORES. Coy In Miery 12 Vears Exrrraa I Hough Scnle. Itching aud In- flamed Cured by iticura. "Cuticura ba put a toj to tweNe yar ef misery 1 r"d yrith ray too. ii an i fant 1 notice! on hi botly a red spot and treated aame -with different retnediaa for about five years, but when the apot began to get larp?r t put him under the caie of doctor. I'ndcr thir treatment the diaeaae preaI to four different purl ot bia body. Duiing the day it would get rough and form like ca!e. At night it would ba cracked, inflamed and hadly awollen, with terrible hurtling and itching. (ne doctor told rie thai my aon'a ecxeroa waa incura hie, and pave it up. 1 decided to give Cuti cura a trial. When I had u?d the first hot t'utk-ura Ointment there was a great im provement, nnd by the time 1 had used the .second et of ("uticura Remedies my child vrs rured. He ia now twelve yean old, and Ins. skin 1 as tine and smooth aa ailk. Michael tcinman, 7 Sumner Avenue, Brooklyn, M. April 16, 1903." Man raises, but Modern Greek. time weighs. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup for Children allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle None are secure from desperation, few from subtility. Byron. FITS, St. VitusDance :Nervous Diseases per manent ly cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve" Restorer. 2 trial bottle and treatise free. Dr. II. it. Kline, LKL.tttt Arch St., Pbila., Pa. You have to sell advice to make anybody believe it is worth following. LITTLE LIVER PILL8 Special Prescription For CONSTIPATION TORPID LIVER, INDIGESTION Eaajr. Curative. E7 mail or at dealers 23 CtB). L. RICHARDSON. Mfg. Chemist GREENSBORO. N. C Proverb3 and Phrases. There is no making pancakes with out breaking the eggs. Italian. A man can know nothing of man kind without knowing something of himself. Lord Beaconsfield. Meat is much, but manners are more. French. TIRED BACKS. The kidneys have a great work to do in keeping the blood pure. When they get out of order it causes backache, headaches, dizziness, languor and distress ing urinary troubles. iKeep the kidneys well fand all these suffer ings will be saved you. Mrs. S. A. Moore, pro prietor of a restau- E3pS$?Srant at Waterville, iue., says: ueiore using Doaa's Kidney Pills I suf fered everything from kidney trou bles for a year and a half. I had pain In the back and head, and al most continuous in the loins and felt weary all the time. A few doses of Dcan"s Kidney Pills brought great relief, and I kept on taking them un til in a short time I. was cured. I think Doaa's Kidney Pills are won derful." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. "Did you ever dream of enormous wealth ?" '.'Odce." "When?" "When I heard an fletor talking about his salary." HICKS &C3 PU DINE -fed CURES ALL ACHE8 bt3Sj5 t And NervoaeeM Trialaotiklfc AtaniCttortt A?4aa o a bb SIMDAKDoP-TaBSOVffl KOSLESS LAID US. INSPECTION TSOVfflKN-COTTON-OIL-CO. $p XFFOLK. J J Xni'Oerst'ty School A MILITARY SCHOOL FOR BOYS IHD YOUNG UEN. Classical Cavrar. Enetixh Course Commercial Cnr. Session Berins Scd. 19. 07. Far ca'a ot address Natbscirl C Stsrke.PrinSvffatk.Va. So. 32-,07. tf afflicted with weak Tbompson's EyeWater eyea, USE MI 1 A tnr? TO BREED. to bate Jt to prou" , XI Irl best ot IU Wad. t'o- a prbabil tty U that o ttlnka r best aJr "T . . .vf.. mill DC I tea rauea sa w . that ttm ite most money. Kamlzg tt he decides to rai a', ,h A" tier are much the afct for the aret w? farmer-be cuht to alta at Pro- facing bores toai. -- L. J.X, If ttu. a- n i.e. of COUPie, U 00. WiWVi- . . even tun. The hcrao portlonately made; ne mu u. . .lit. avtii nixiiL.jb. - - good left and feet, good walking and trottlnt: acuon. eeny MRS. A. M. HAGERMANN Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound made from almple native roots and herb. For mors than thirty rru It has been helping women to be atronjr. regulating the fttn.-t; . fectly and overcoming pain. It baa also proved tUelf Invaluui .r :n jr paring for ahild birth and the Change of Life. Mr. A. M. llnpermann. of Day Shore. L. I , write : Iar Mrs Tlnhham: "I suifered from a displacement, rxceMirr ar.. jarful functions that I had to lie down or alt still moat of the Lvdia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound baa made ie a w. .! ..u sa that 1 am able to attend to mv duties. I wish etcry aullenru- w. would try Lydia E. Pinkbaro'a Vegetable Compound aud aec ai rtlf it will .give them." Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female illne are invito. t.s.nt Mrs. Pinkham at Lvnn, Mass for advice She U the Mr 1 iiuhia do has been advising sick women free of charge for more than t .!, years, and before that she agisted her mother In law Lydia L l-.cii t t i:,t. TUmmfM v in f.neciallr well qualni to r-i,. elck women taclt to health. 11 U 111 I U ft. i kniliL'. . " v 0 Tti Vn vonr rhalMftvera Viat cheap. One lady writes: "Sead me U more of your Eclipse Chair-Corer Ho!in They are even more useful than ornamental and I must have one for eacli ol mj rocking chairs." UltDEIt TODAY. Sand Sllrer, Stamps or Money Ordtr. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Motiey Refunded. TRIO NOVELTY COMPANY, 1 ATLANTA, GA.i W. L. DOUGLAS $3.00 & $3.50 SHOES EPSHOE8 FOR EVERY MEMBER OFC tmv THE FAMILY. AT ALL PRIOE8. ItfJUZ fftf (Toanyonmwhooan provmW.L. JmOfJUiJ)Douai domm noi mmhm A mmJI l?iuOfrl Imors Mmn'm S3 A S3. AO mhema WW AM MM .than any othar mmnufzeturmr. THE REASON W. L. Douglas slioei are worn by more people in all walks ot life than any other make, is beraute of their excellent style, eaiy-fltting, and superior wearing qualities. The selection of the leathers and other materials for each part of the shoe, and every do tail of the making is looked after by the most completeorganlzatlon of superintendents, foremen ana skilled shoemakers, who recetre the highest trages paid In the Shoe Industry, ami whose workmanship rannot l rxelle1. If I could take you Into my large factories at Brockton. Mas., and show you how carefully W.L. ItouRlaa shoes are mc.le, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, My $4 QUt f do and BB Gold Bond v. L. Douglas stamps his name and price wear longer ana are 01 greater vaiue man any aud Inferior shoes. Take No Substitute. Sold by the best shoe dealers everywhere. Ftut Color Sytltu uted excliuitely. Catalog mailed re. W.L.UUUULAS, llr-kl., M. Georgia School of Technology An engineering institute of the highest rank In the heart of tha progressirt Sod Adranced courses in Mechanical, Electrical, Textile, Mining and Civil EnpsJ' Engineering Chemistry and Chemistry. Exteniire and new equipment of Sfccp, - laboratories, etc. The demand for the School'a eradoates ls much rter tbaa i apply. Dormitories. Ccst reasonable. Climate unsurpassed. For illustrated catal ddress K. G. MATHES0W, A. M., IL. D.( PresidfOt, AtUct, 0. TELEGRAPHERS WANTEDS, lur. In r hir.'t of i i.rnltaii. nSi-lata. M. H. 14. in i' 0f.tvom. I'orltino Write for Cstslra. enr craaoit.- un-lcr S1-4J Uaarntr Dand. Vna isa wi(k fa.- !"- AAllO.xO. Tl.tljitt.ttII INHTlTLTIw ilsr som. um - ATLANTA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. Up to fiate. We teach men to be fintUist pbarmadsts aa4 flrst-eUss etemlsts slJ. v treater demand for oar graduates than we caa supply. Tas Pan Food sad Drags Act is mUf saaad greater thaa erer. Address lr. Ceo. T. l'ayne. Dean, 03 1-3 Armstrong 6t., atUatai SfflnteramW fr,!lf b lilC 3 CilitlS 1 1P. maiarial Fevers 50c sad WOOD, IRON AND STEEL aix cms of belthcg uro kill snmiv Umbari Fovadrj, Madunc and Esilr WorU & Supilj lizt AUGUSTA, GA. Light SAW LATH AND SHINBLE MACHINES, AWS AND SUPPLIES. 8TCAM AND GASOLINE ENGINES. Try LOMBARD, ACgl8IA- ,wlu,-a,i.M. room. . .i . " -room ic-n. neat. will . . (I . " or man yon vnu nn. er be withoat BAKOU MMa, taa antaiya. a. x. vouri. MILLS m . ssx COLOR HARVAvr la 0 thla fabrk-s axtlatlcAlly t2t t ,: tat la fcaasdi!ly a browns. Mws, gr-. ;,fU white r ail fTvai .' - l tripe, chk, aad Cr ;--, v. A.m sa tnWtll thai rr. 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Main I."' " r,il Mb per mnatk snt apwsrl sb-."' ' SUndsrd for 6 yesrsi lestes so bsd tf-'' Pke ouinl.-e; pleasant to tske: chores lk ceicem tans is rnase peratsneni cure. CaarsnteedHflder Food snd Drags set oIIsk so. 1906. at or draajists: cr sent pw at ft saaalal aA asUA ARTHUR PETES' a'CO..CewTagts.toi''Til, and do all r ilil lor It. V. e '! send her absolutely free a box of Paxtlne with bof.k of 13 Hons nnd srennlne fvrtimonir.i ."-. your name and address u a p1- . ' ciesf' IM rn U e ' . m me" lections, such aa na.ii caUrTJluffSv catarrh and tuflanimaUon eauv d ri nine ills: sot eyes, sore t;ror,sfar mouth, by direct local treatment. atiTe power ow these trouble " ordinary and rlres lmiaedi Tbopsands of women are usuig ommending it eyeryiiay. to e aruggists or dt man. nrwim- ij. IT COSTS TO U 'OI II ISO to jr. THE E. PAXTOX CO, Boston, Is the atlail maA first baiaaea. ccSefe ia Vs. jf-if fine ana, No -aalioos. L? JfLis ' BooUeepiac Shonbaad. Peno-P- -8iairr.e. 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