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Jcosmoi makes a lovely late bloom- line blooms oneu uppeanng aner st. It Is not too soon to plant a L seeds now. Naturally, me plant f slow growm, diu ii win respona rprlslngly to good fertilization and ItlvatlOD. It luanca uu ejicciiciib ,,per as a cut nower. inaianapous wi. THE SUMACHS. Several species of sumach begin show In August their large upright usters of beautiful crimson or scar t fruits and In September and Octo- r their handsome pinnate roilage sumes brilliant tints of scarlet. The -.Mt of them Is the staghorn su- irh (Rhus typhlna or R. hirta) li ii' Ich sometimes becomes a small tree high and is easily Its thick velvety Whit Helen Would Do. Mamma end babv Randall. In his high chair, sat at the breakfast table. their backs to the fire, The room was not very warm. to thirty feet stiDRulshed by ranches. The Bhining sumach (Rhus copal- ) is smaller ana more often a "nrub. Its leaves are 01 a aarK glossy een and smaller tnan tnose or the Ireredlne species. ine suiootu su- r ' ' . . ... ,ach (Rhus glabra), which Is a hrub rarely more than ten feet high, ; ilmllai' to the staghorn sumach, lit ha3 perfectly glabrous branches ud leaves. Indianapolis News. A HORTICULTURAL MARVEL. If you put the buds of a Northern ;py into a Rhode Island Greeniug ree and cut back all the branches of he la'ter, those buds will so dom- aate the tree as to compel it to send ;s feeding roots straight downward ven after the wide-spreading hori zontal root system of the Greening has been firmly established. Then after a few years, when your trees have become Spies, you can trans form them into Kings, which will prove very profitable, bear several years earlier and enjoy the long life and Immunity from canker and crown disease which are characteristic of the Spy "The process Is very simple," snys Mr. George T. Powell, in Country Life in America. "I buy two-year-old Sp'es from a nurseryman, plant them, and a year later I insert the buds of any variety I want to grow. The only difference Is that trees have the blood of three varieties in them instead of two. For you must know that all ap ples nowadays are grafted." Hicks' t'apudlne Cures Women's Monthly Painj, Buckach, NervomneM, ind Hedh. It's Liquid. Effect iinnice diataly. Prescribed bv phyaicUru with bent results. IQt.. Z5c., and 50c.. at druj store. A M EAN SLUR. 'The laundrymcn are thinking about forming an exchange." "Ocod Idea. I suppose you can go there and trade the collars you get for your own wash, eh?" Loulsvlllo Courier-Journal. IIAD ECZEMA IB TEAH8. Mn. Thomna Thompson, of Olarltsville. On., writf, under dute of April 23, 1907: "I Buffered iByea- with tormenting eozeniA; had the best doctors to proscrll'..; but noth ing did me any good until I got tetterik b. It oured me. I am so thankful." Thousands of others cna testify to KlmlWtr cures. Tettkrine is fold by druKurtstn or "nr. by mall for Mo. by J. T. MHTIUS, Dept. A, Savannah, Ga. MODERN ECONOMY." Indulgent Uncle: "Jack, are you careful about your personal expenses these days?" "Yes, sir; I manage, with some ef fort, to make them balance my In come to the exact cent." Chicago Tribune. KEPT GETTING WORSE. - jyrupfigs I 1' onsupcmori; :Is Truly os Cleanses tKevWcm Effect- nn Ilisnf'lAlldSQntiriGQa- inches due to.C Acts natural T ! . a Liaxauve. m .1 1 Be&t forMenbmpn and Lhil J-rrn-yountf onil Ula. To get cnejicialE)ects Always Luy the Genuine uliich has the jull name of the Com pany CALIFORNIA B& Syrup Co. by whom it it manufactured , printed on the J front of every pocknSe. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS, one iize only, regular price 50p-otlle Pensllilnj Night Buyers. By a special order of the ministry of the interior persons who ring the night bell at the drug store betwetn 10 o'clock at night and C o'clock In the morning will have to p? 'a tax o? in cents, in addition to the cost of the medicine or other articles thev wish to obtain. The obleot of the order is not to increase the chemist i' receipts, nor to burden the public with any new taxes, hut merely to Induce the public to get medicines and drugs during the hours the s'ioiis are open that is, frcm 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. In urgent ca-es the tax will not be charged, the physician m-irltlns the prescription E. N. (Fxped'H noc turnal. The chemists have agreed to allow the assistants cn night duty to keep the moneys received front the new tax as some reimbursement i for their extra labor. Vienna corre spondent In Pall Mall Gazette. lnli.hl J. I iMfit- anrt ( n' a DiNll (if Mi A I. .in. I V - h TrlAl IM KL I't 'nic sp-iIK l in. ATA! ;m Co.. 1 IT 1 N I V II I.I V V miini-l lam- ffrr l'hi-ni - W ilr1 n i r in; f v a io I f' lutn r- Wa.r.rmvl Klr .. ,,,. ir.r. ft f. The fellow who is fatlsfled to wait fir eomethina to turn up will let It pars him end then welt for It to como back again. The man who wants the most his money should buy experience. for THE OTHEH THREE R'S. Silas l'p at Dllxo University that thar Rankl kid larnt the three R's n right. Pruette Wnat be they, Silcs, dear? Silas Rowing, rooting and rowdy Ism, from all appearances by heck! I Chicago News. The cleanest.- most comfortable SLICKER at the same time cheapest In the end Decause 11 wears longest 3QP Everywhere Cvtry gormortr quar. on teed wafer proof Catalog fr rry ,v i r"Hr3 fin Five Years cf Awful Kidney Dlscnse. ; Nat Anderson, Greenwood, S. C ays: "Kidney trouble began about five year ago with dull backache, which j got so severe in time j that I could not get I around. The kidney 1 secretions became badly disordered and ! at times there was , almost a complete i stop of the flow. I : was examined again and again and treated to no avail and kept getting worse. I have to praise Doan's Kidney Pills for my final re- lief and cure. Since using them I have gained In strength and flesh and have no sign of kidney trouble." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. i. j ALL I'SKD UP. "Pa, what's a dead language?" "Any old language after your moth er gets through wltn it. L,aicagu Record-Herald. Pimples, Itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood f OlSOni uunu r uiiio. fr WIS frb t'i- IrNft Arfir blood nd then punlln li-nf ndlnit fluod of pur ruh blood direct!., th skin U t li If ti II 17 Aft surface. Bonn J..lui e.n.1 whrte th dlvesele oowed. In thl war all 8i.r8 Cures Through tbs Blood rBA''r The University and Commercial School, Abbeville, Ga., ..W.,nd,v.du..,r.,n.nJ;pr O"""'"'' '"' S h,?0V'ih Kr.nch. Ork.l-atinand Ennll.r, l.llerat.ire tnl,t fouraai pl t 1 . ? C o mm ere r. 1 ' C our. .mbr.c, Typ.wrl:ln. Hnnk.wplnj. iorih.n.1. br able wacliera. Tli comni.rtiai vuu , Tl'K'aphv and allied work. t S. BDHDoi Prk Commercial Dept JOH, I. MILLEfl. 1 B SPcnnenL : RAISING MARKET LETTUCE. There are two kinds of lettuce the Cos and head lettuce. The head lettuce forms a head like a cabbage. The Hartford Bronzed Head, Big Boston, White and Black-Seeded Ten nis Ball and Hanson make fine, large heads. Used '(or salad and table use. Lettuce can be planted Indoors the same as parsley and transplanted to the garden May 10, or it may be sown In the garden any time after May 1 to July 10. Prepare the land the same as for beets, make a trench one- half inch deep and sow two or three seeds ever four to six inches. Cover and press down. When the plants are well up thin them to six Inches apart. Keep the soil well tilled around them, and as soon as they crowd take out every other one for table use. In warm weather lettuce runs quickly to seed, and should be cut as soon as the heads are welt formed. The heads are ready for the table in from eight to twelve weeks stter being planted. Lettuce in the summer is not aulte so good, but It planted the first of July a fine au tumn crop may be obtained. H. P, Hemenway, In the American Cultivator. CHOICE OF GARDEN TOOLS. So much of the work about the country home pla.ee must be done by manual labor that the owner makes a most serious mistake if he does not Kovide himself with the very best tools on the market. SJome persons lall to realize the difference between tools that will "do" and really good ones, n pays to buy the best. One can do better work with them, It Is Pleasure to use them, and they last great deal longer if properly cared wr. This reminds me to say something tout the proper care of tools. Never leave then: lust as vou use them Clean them well before putting them "''. Never tret into the habit o dropping them anywhere you happen to bu when you have comulated your with them. Have a place for 'but under cover, and store tbem there, and insist that others of the family who may make use of them hall return them to this place after ""ving used them. If this Is done ny one will know Just where to find ""era when wanted. A l'lace for ev. rjtning and everything iu its plac " guod motto for everybody es peciaiiy in the country home. Out ng. than 30,000,000 yen (15,' uu.000) Is yearly srect by foreig Uitou U Jibuti. THE J. R. W ATKINS MEDICAL CO. FlnTorlaf uiiNONA. MINNESOTA. MM ..kAllI R fMd1 U.kr. 7 llirr.t.i "":rc,o.. lu. o.p.. L.tracia ... " r Wanted in rvcry EaDcrlrarr. Si.,n. u..,.. CaniJaJ-rerj Tran BEST PROPOSITION Z'ili Oll AGENTS CURfcO Gives Quick Relief. Knnoni all awelllnar In 8 to day ; tflecta a ptrtrantiit cure civen free. Noitalnjcan be fairer Write Dr. H. H. Oteon'i Sons, Specialist, Box B Atlanta. Dropsy In Via llUTLI' Uronn.-.tlnn FOR lil nirtn ill o 1 1 tiui uuuu OMEN T MIMIItl. Heud lor book. "Kellel lor otnea." niWCH DRUG CO., 30 W. 32d t H. T. City. Tl.alu.irnm r,f vnlir fnnt. If twlt.d OUt I JVyJMTa 11 1 of its pn.nir lines, will cause f.t I fffi 1 I trouble!. bKREENKR ihoe fii at t ie troublea. bKREEMKR ihoes fii att'ie fauudsliou: the bottoms match the bottomanf your feot. lliat'awliT t iey , are con.fortable. Look for the label. If you do not nnd Bkreemers ennlly. write u fr.r direcw-nk lu'W tow-cure tbem. FRED. F. FIELD CO Brockton, AVasfc FEmJrfflnOi mi .fpurf rich tiooa aircci t. in aain Vf t aela ocutcd. In this war all Sores, JfV TTV pains and aches of Kheuniatlim yjXN? 'hanpes the lody tntoclea,n. hcalthy-kJQ,'viJi I Tr(ect health. B. 1. U cures thCiiJ ittie at Dr.iir S're with dlri-etlonBTrK. J BLOOD BALM CO , Atlanta, Urn. frV? r W. h. Ponijlat tnrk"t mnn iU more n'a ftA.iM. niifl ft 3. 50 alioM tliKTi any other mitnufawturrr In the wnrhl. be caim they hold their shape, fit bi tter, aud wear loniror than auy other make 8hot it All Prlcfll, for Evary MmKr of thl Family, Men, Bo yi. Women, Minus Chlldrw W L Drac!iti Oeud W W OUt l InoM caao b Hui:d i r ptlc. w. L DooifcJ la.M tad a 00 aboM ftr ttu Wit 1b tht worlA For Colbr Mylrt Vied rlttrtrt. r'l'"le So fu.rltitttf. V. I,. lKmin intfv unit pTi'" U itii'iiMfl on bottom. 6ull errryn lifre. Shoes mailed from factory to uir nurt ot woild. 'tlonu' lr. U. L. DOl'OLAS. 17 Spark St., Brockton. Maw. rliouAMurl cur!; mirlllUt IVtl .tr k. Tiii-WKlUlil MiLU. CCu Peru Inrt. n ,a mi rssifil Hitter ikiirnlitt' KUtLMAIlOmHUup'otv:iMirauivn.ttr-ce low.Wrltu quto (At.4&-'0J) Excellent Ooiior'nmities 52! Cardui" writes Mrs. Susan A. nail, of naj-ne, K. C, "hns boon a heavtn-gent Mesnng to me. Since ' Cardui I have been in better health than in the past fire years. It cured me. I could not have 3Y baby if it had not been for Cardui. I cannot say too much in praise of it Take Car dm Ladies who suffer from the pains and ailments due to womanly Ut, such as head ache, backache, dracging sensations, pain in side, numbness, inability to walk, nerrous ness irregular functions, dizziness, etc., should try this famous female remedy, which has benefited over a million women, during the past 50 years Composed of purely vegetable, harmless ingredients, CARDUI is a perfectly safe and reliable remedy. Try it For Desirable Locations on the Line of the ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM i ATLANTIC RAILROAD TRAVERSING PRODUCTIVE GEORGIA AND ALABAMA. There is no section in the country offering better op portunities for fanning, manufacturing plants, fruit grow ing andstock sing.urnishes unsurpassed transportation facilities, operating from Birmingham and Atlanta to SSk Thomasville and Waycross, affording through Kswick, Steamship freight service on quick schedules for New York, Boston and other eastern markets. Should you desire to locate in this "Garden Spo of the South," it will pay you to communicate with eitner oi me unuciai6ii.-. nman R. ROWLAND, 'r' f Traffic Mana?er. uencroi nu6m 6.v J. W. H. LEAHY, General Passenger Agent, Atlanta, ba. For Lameness in Horses M,,rV. f thi- chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect. See that your horse is not al lowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness. Its wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant. Sloan's Liniment will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swol len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney, founder and thrush. Trice, 50c. and $1.00. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, - - Boston, Mass. Sloan'a book on tinrara, cattle, arieop ana pouiiry mi ir HIS D1TI.OMA. Johnny: "Onln to whooir -r.,mv. "N'aw. I tont have mnA IflTPlllKUll ,,',, n of Tm.-Nw York Sun. the to: gf en a and I wa Nursing Mothers and Malaria - c fpiiiCiriPUTN AM r-' 't,,'-Trxy''"'!T'Ai il : now morv1ahrlhwr ana faawr colors ihan 1 V- a,",-1 SLZl mA - I ui Ova aur jarjieui wllbout mmib apr.. V The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the evciftn. You know wuar. you are latius. iuciuiiiiuirum., ' io c mr. nnimne una iron in a lasieiess, ami ..... .a -xl . For adults and children. 50c. FADELESS DYES anr ch.r dr.: One lew lcag color, all lry 'T .' Vrr'lmlBe9m lH.lfc rll lor (res booHar How to vt, tilaca aui Mix Colore.