MAYOR OF SUNBURY
Says Pe-ru-na s a Good ,
I Hon. C. C. Brooks, Mayor of Sunbury,
Ohio, jalso Attorney for Farmers' Bank
and- Sunbury Building and Loan Co.,
i. uave nie ULUiuet commence . m uuc
virtue' of Peruna. It is a great medicine.
I hare used it and I have known many
of my friends who have obtained bene
ficial results from its use. J canriot
jtratse Peruna too highly.
rrHERE are a host of petty ailments
1 which are the direct result of the
" This is more true of the excessive heat
of summer and the intense cold of win
ter, but is partly true of all seasons of
Whether it be a cold or a cough, catarrh
of the head or bowel complaint, whether
the liver be affected or the kidneys, the
cause is very liable to be the same.
The weather slightly deranges the mu
cous membranes of t he organs and the re
sult is some functional disease.
Peruna has become a standby in
tltousands of . homes for -minor ail
ments of this sort.'
Ask Your Druggist for Fre3 Peruna
Almanac For 1907.
Peruna is sold by your lotal drug
gist. Buy a bottle today.
', So. 5-'07.
Breaks up C O UDS
IN 6 TO 12 HOURS
Trial Cottle 10c Al Dru&itts
So Dear And Yet So' Tar.
Strawberries now in Tejicas
Or so the papers state,
Are selling for a dime a quart
, By measure or by crate ;
Why are we kept so far apart
By a remorseless fate?
PHILIPPINE "DQBiE Itch."
Itching rimplcs Covered Body Dis
charged For Disability Found
0 Cure in Cuticura 'Remedies.
VI enjieted in the Coris cf Engineers as
a telegraph operator, and, while stationed
in the Philippines. I became subject to the
Dobie Itch,' as the natives call it. In
this disease small.., wliite. itching pimples
form under the skin, generally between the
toes, on the limbs, between-the ringers
and under the arms. ' I never knew of a
case originating outside the Philippine
Islands, but have known of many case?
where it has returned in this country and
invariably at the same time of the year
as the original attack. The cause, so. far
as I could learn, was some tropical parasite
or gresm peculiar to that region.
"I got so bad that I was confined to my
quarters a week at a "time. The Army
Surgeons applied some carbolic solution,
and it would disappear for a time, when it
would break out again. I was discharged
from the Engineers by reason of disability
contracted in line of duty, and when I
had the trouble again, my druggist. Mr.
V, -, of Brooklyn, recommended Cuticura
Remedies. The immediate relief was mani
fest with my first purchase, and the
Tnsl!"fir milrViv vilrlrl tr tVif C!nf.irnra
Remedies. It has never recurred fr both- I
erea me since i cegan to use ana continued
toi use the Cuticura Remedies. You may
quot me as a believer in Cuticura Rem
edies frcni personal experience. John S.
Woods, 221 Sands St., Brooklvn, X. Y.,
Oct. 21 and 26. IPOS."
The man- is a fool who when ,a?k
ed for his opinion gives it. Punch.
I . .
i Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
case of Itchinar. Biind, Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in 6 to U aays or money refunded. 50c.
No thoroughly occupied man was
ever miserable. Italian.
If h cured in 30 minutes bv Wnnlfnrd'g
Sanihirv Tiotion; nerer.fails. Sold by DmgX
pifitw. Mail older promptlv flllpd bv IV.
E. DetchonMed.Cb..Crawfordsville,Ind. $1.
Of all men sailors suffer most from rheu
matism.'; Champion Jumper of the-1 pes an.
The most stupenduous of all leapers
of the sea is the whale but the whale
isjndt a fish. I have seen a monster
weighing- hundreds of tons possibly
eighty feet in length, rise slowly and
deliberately but of the water until it
appeared to be dancing on the " sur
face, entirely clear of it, then sink
slowly back. Such a leap is oa re
cord1 in the annals of the British
iavy. A large whale cleared a boat,
g"oing completely over it, an esti
mated leap of twenty feet in the ah'
-how many in a lateral direction
was , not known. From "The High
Leaders." bv Charles F. Holder in
The Outing; Magazine for February, j
The "ossified man", has his place Vv
In nature's beneficent plan.
His shell is external, and so may be par
But the fellow whose heart and conscience
are hardened r
He's your true ossified man. .
He "A woman, I notice, always
lowers her voice to ask a favor."
She "Yes, and raises fc?r voice if
She doesn't get it." Illustrated Bits,
Youth and Love.
"Johnny, what are you doing?"
"Washin' my neck and ears."
''-What's her name?" Denve.
Or a ')uet.
She "Married life should be one
He "Yes; like one of Mendels
sohn's without words." Eoslou
But That'c Enough.
Parson "I look upon all divorced
men as merely a . higher prder of
Outsider "Just 'lucky dogs,' I
-suppose." New Ycrk Times.
Larry "I'll niver vote f'.r'im!"
Ward Heeler "What difference do
you think that makes?"
Larry "It makes a sphlit in-th'
pairty, be Jarge!" Chicago Tribune.
"He is entertained constantly."
"I suppose he has a host of
"Not that so much, but he's care
ful to be a- friend of hosts." New
"That new stenographer of ours is
a very stylish speller."
"What on earth is a stylish spel
ler?" "Well, for instance, take the word
'ioafer.' She spells it l-a-u-f-f-e-u-r.'
Lieutenant "When are you going
to dig this treasure up again?"
. Pirate Chief "Treasure, nuthin'!
Thet's jest a lot of scrap Iron for my
grandchildren to dig up and sell for
relics." New York Journal.
A Common Attitude.
"She thinks her husband is a dr,ep
"Well, she's never been able to
catch him doing anything wrong."
He Was Flirting.
Jack "You say you feel perfectly
sure thatjshe -, only flirting with me?
Jack "Hang the luck! Why,
when I began I was only flirting with
bier." Somerville Journal.
,The Plutocrats, f
"What happens when an irresisti
ble force meets an immovable body?"
"Why, they have a drink and a
smoke together, and then proceed to
frame rp another scheme against the
plain p'eepul." Philadelphia Bulle
Knicker 'jThe child is father to
Eocker "Not much; the baby wh
rouses the neighborhood at night be
comes the man who takes, his shoes
off so as not to wake his wife."
New York Sun.
Made No False Pretences.
Country Gent (late of the city)
observing countryman raise his hat
as he passes, throws him a shilling.
Countryman "Thank'ee, sir (with
emphasis), but I warn't takin' off my
'at tp you. I wur a-scratchin' my
"They say," remarked the mere
man, "that 'because' is a woman's
reason and it is about all the rea
son she has." t
"Yes," rejoined the pretty widow,
"It's about all the reason she has for
marrying a nian." Chicago News.
A Purpose Defined.
"I understand you have perfected
another great invention."
"Yes," answered the scientist, mod
estljr. "Is it on the market?"
"Oh, it wasn't intended for tha
market. It's for" ths magazines.
Are said often to be buried six feet under
ground. But many times women call on
their family physicians, suffering, as they
imagine, one from dyspepsia, another from
heart disease, another from liver or kid
nev disease, another from nervous pros
tration, another with pain here and there,.
and in this, way they present aiiKe to
themselves and their easy-going or overj
busy doctor, separate diseases, for which
he, assuming them to bo such, prescribes
his pills and potions.. In reality, they are
all only symptoms caused by some uterine
disease. Theprician,gnorant of the
cause of suffermgVkeps upnitreatment
until large bills are mVde. TjiHfering
patient gets no betterJjJreasbaKthe
wrong treatment, but probably worse:
proper medicinp Hko T)r. TMprgp.'s Favorite
prescription, directed to the, cause would
have eiUTreiy removed the disease there
by dispelling alTtnose distressing symp
toms, and instituting comfort instead of
prolonged misery. It has been well said,
that "a disease known is half cured." .
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
scientific medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician,
and adapted to woman's delicate system.
It is made of native American medicinal
roots and is perfectly harmless in its
effects in any co-nunlon or-ihe, iemnre
As a powerful invigorating tonic "Fa-,
vorite. Prescription" imparts strength to
the whole system and to the organs dis
tinctly feminine in particular. For over
worked, "worn-out" run-down." debili
tated teachers, milliners, dressmakers,
seamstresses, "shop-girls," ho vise-keepers,
nursing mothers, and feeble women gen
erally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
is the greatest earthly booa. being un
cqualdd as an appetizing cordial and re
As a soothing and strengthening nerv
ipe "Favorite Prescription " is unequaled
and is invaluable in allaying and sub
duing nervous excitability, irritability,:
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,
neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, St. Vitus's
dance, and other distressing, nervous
symptoms commonly attendant upon"
functional and organic disease of the
uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and
relieves mental anxiety and despondency.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate
the stomach, liver and bowels. One to
three a dose. Easy to take as candy.
Estimates of the country's copper
production this year place the output
at between 940,000,000 and 970,
000,000 pounds. Last year's produc
tion was 901,000,000 pounds.
There is more Catarrh in this section of
the countrv than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was sup
posed to be incurable. For a grep.t many
years doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with. local-treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has proven
Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and
therefore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cm?, manufactured bv F. J.
Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, i the onty con
stitutional cure on the market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops toateaspoon
ful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous'
surfaces of the system. They offer one hun
dred dollars for any case it f nils to cure. Send
for cireularsand testimonials. Address P. J.
Che n"k y & Co.. Aoledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
The sea-level canal from Mar
seilles to the Rhne River is to be
completed in saven years at a cost
of $13,73 0,00 0.
AWFUTj ATTACKS OF PAIN.
A Most Dreadful Case of Kidney
Trouble and How It Was Cured.
Thomas N. McCullough, 321 South
Weber St., Colorado Springs. Colo.,
says: b or twelve
or fifteen years I
was suffering fre
quent attacks of
pain in the back
and kidneys that
lasted for three
week?? at a time.
1 would be unable
to turn in bed.
The urine was in
a terrible Condition, at times a com
plete "stoppage occurring. I began
with Doan'ei Kidney Pills and soon
felt1 better. Keeping on, I found com
plete freedom from kidney trouble.
The cure has been permanent. I owe
my good health to Doan's Kidney
Sold by all dea'erp. 5 0 cets a bo.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Huff ale. N. Y.-
Vanity, that divine gift that makes
a woman charming;. Lord Bacons
field. To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. . Grove's signature is on each box. 5c
Sympathy is the solace of the poor,
but lor the rich there is consolation.
WRITE US FREELY
and frankly, In strictest confidence, telling aO your
troubles, and stating your age. We wCl send you
FREE ADVICE, in plain sealed envelope, and a val
uable 64-page Book on "Heme Treatment for Women."
Address : Ladies' Advisory Department, Tte
cjnattanooga Aledidae Co., Caittanooga, Tenn.
- "WORLD'S TVOJTbEiJ COTTON
A new species; -first sold last spring ; was
planted by 100 different farmers; has pro
duced from 2 to 5 bales per acre; highly prO
HHr yrr Kll cmnlt tineiA ' Tfrc C t" O Tl 1 " "FV
.....w , UVIl, DUiau ovu., ....... ,
Humphreys, Godwin & Co., Memphis, Tenn.
Swindling- is the perfection of civ
H. H. Green's Sonb. of Atlanta. Ga.. ar
iho only Buccssful Dropsy Specialists In the
world. See their libera offer in advertise
ment in another column of this paper.
Victory gives no account of her ac
tions. Curtis the Bajavian.
FITS, St.Vitus'Dance :Nervous Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. ?2 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. ft. Kline, L'd.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
Byker I hear that young Spriggs I
is getting up m the world.
a more potent remedy in the roots
and herbs of the field than was ever
produced from drugs.
In the good old-fashioned days of
our grandmothers few drugs were
used in. medicines and Lydia E.
Pinkham, of Lynn. Mass., in her
6tWdy of roots and herbs and their
power over disease discovered and
guve to the women of the world a
remedy for their peculiar ills more
potent and efficacious than any
combination of drugs.'
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cotfipound
is an honest, tried arid true remedy of unquestionable thcrapf utic value.
During its record of more than thirty years, its long1 list of actual
cures of those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to the respect and confidence of every fair minded
person and every thinking woman.
When women are troubled with irregular or painful functions,
weakness, displacements, ulceration or inflammation, backache,
flatulency, general debility, indigestion or nervous prostration, they
should remember there is bne tried and true remedy, Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Comrjound.
No other remedy m the country has sucn a record ot cures cu
female ills, and thousands of women residing- in every part of th; United
States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia ki. l'lnk
ham's Vegetable compound and what it has done for them. .
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health. For twenty-five years she has been advising
sick women free of charge. She is the daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pink
ham and as her assistant for years before her decease advised under her
.immediate direction. Address,
CABBAGE Plants, CELERY Plants m&
and all kinds of garden plants. Can now furnish all kinds of cabbagrp
p. cuts, gi wn in the open air and will stand f.-reat cold, urown fmin
M-eus ti tlyj most reliie seedsmen. We uh the. same plantsoM
our thcutaMd acre tiucK farni. Plants carelu.ly counted and properly
paefct-d. c i-iery ready last f Dec. -Lettuce, -rion and Beet plains, same
tii'i e or earlier Kedi.ped express rates promised. which, when effective
will give MR to per ceijt les than n:erchn?.tie rates. Priee6: Small lots
(l.LU per thousand large lot $1.(0 to $1.25 per thrusand, K. O. B. Meg
itus.&. C. Ariinut- White pine Cuctnnber ticed 60 cents t er oounti.
r.. l.)etpii. S. C. 'Ihe
has established an' Ext crinienial Stmlon on our farms, to test all kinds of vesetables, espe
cially C'alufages. ihe n'.-intK ot tltee experiments we will le pleaded to five yiu at am- time.
Nouisiespectfully X. H. RlITCH COMPANY, ME6GETTS, S. C
J ,:' "ow 'rei:ir'l to fill or-1p- fnr mr OlebrateJ
CAUBAGE PLANTS in any iuautit.v iesireJ.
EAfU.Y JERSEY AVAKEFIELD Earliest and bert
8ire header, small type.
CHARLESTON WAKF.FIKI.O-Abotit ten dy later
tbau Lti-iy Jersey's, also a turo header of fine size.
Prices f . o. b. h;r3. packe I in light boxes:
503 for SI. 03. 1,030 to 5,0a at SI. 53 pir M. to 10.030 at SI. 33 par TH.
Special price on larjor 'laantif i-M. AH or lr tii'!i I 0. O. D. wlna n"t aotomp-xniel by remittance. J
CHAS. IL GIBSON, . Young's Island, S. C.1
arolina Cement Co.
ATLANTA, CH RLKSTON,
BIUMINGH AM, NEW ORLEANS.
LIME, -;CEMENT, ETC.
' Land Plaster Supplants Fertilizer. See' Catalog.
"ACME" FLINT COATED ASPHALT HQOFIXS,
1. 2 and 3 ply, for Barn. Residences. Warehouses.
Better. Cheaper than Shinirles and other Hoofing.
Samplo. prices, address DPT. O.
LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES
SAWS AND SUPPLIES, STEAM AND
Fry LOMBARD, AUESTA
I have dlc vcred
si Pr.t !itf i. tup
I I thiM habit-li iktflctly trnaruntcrd. Any
J reference yon want. Wtit-.forjree buok vn
'Cigarettellab'.t.' Br T.S.lIlll.Oreenville, Tex
Light SAW MILLS
Invigorate the Digestion.
To invigorate the digestion and stimii
late the torpid liver and bowels there's
nothing so good as that old family 'remedy,
Brandreth a Pills, which has been in use
for over a century." They cleanse the blood
and impart new vigor to the body. One
or two every night for a week will usually
be all that is required. For Constipation
or Dyspepsia, one or two taken every
nieht will in a short time afford great re
lief. Brandreth'3 Pills are the same fine lax
ative tonie pill your grandparents used
and being, purely vegetable are adapted to
Sold in every drug and medicine
either plain or sugar-coated.
All is soon ready
in an orderly
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
How poor are they that have not
patience ! Shakespeare.
Utiitert t-taten Agricultural Dei artment
SUCCESSION 15 et known rnre hcmUncr variety of
lnie fiat cabbage, later thun Charleston Wakefield.
Those plants are from the er beet tested seed and .
grown in the open air and trill stand severe cold with- ,'
out injury. All orders are filled from the same beds
that I am using for my extensive cabbage farms. Sat-
ELMWOOD NUKSKRIES. Ws ttre
Grower, and offer a fine assortment
of APPLES, PEACHJKS, PEAKS,
Plums. Apricot. Aeetm'tnes,;
Clterrlet,, Orspevlae In larze
rant.. Strawberries, Horse-.
Jtadi.h. Asparagus "ewbtp
rle. and aa extra lot Jla.br
rtes, Mntendll asaor intent OR-
NAMENTAL and SHADE
TREES, ORKAH KST A I.
BIIKU - H AK SBVGK
lolin Whfto & Co
Estsbliihed I8SI '
Elghwt market pries
pstd for rir
0,000 mink mm
WANTED AT OXXJK. Hiffltest Prices ever
iiiosvn will be pivirl for immntiiate ship:nent.
Vddress A E Burkhardt. D. 12, Cincinnati,
CMcVCcc& Pfrrfr1v nf Qfff
" t w w
carries with it the possibilities of great happiness, into the heart of a
childless home. Women who wish for children, should understand
that sterility is not so much of a. disease, as a' symptom of female
weakness, and, that in 90 cases out of 100, wheji the female weak
ness has been cured by
ths lenged-f or visit of the stork comes. Dr. J. J. Livingston, of Freeman. Ind.,
vrites: "I prescribed Cardui to a lady patient, who had previously had three or four
mishaps. She took 6 bottles and was soon made the happy mother cf a veil-grown
boy, vho Is still living and doing well. I think that Wine of Cardui is the sole cause
of her beirable to have this child." Whatever may be the form of your female
trouble weakness, try Cardui. It is a reliable remedy for all the diseases peculiar
AT ALL DRUGGISTS IN $100 BOTTLES
SAW MILL MACHINERY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
GRIST MILLS, STEAM PUMPS
MACHINERY AND MILL SURPPIES.
HYMAN SUPPLY COMPANY
OFFICES. STORKS, WAREHOUSES.
Wilmington and New Bern, N.C.
ADDRESS-MACH'Y DEPT. F. -
One Of THeKesults
of liberally using
zors, is to pay ot
Bead the fol
lowing; from Messrs. Wherry
& son. owners ot tne x&agnoua
Fruit Farm, Durant, Miss.:
"We mado $000 from one aero
strawborries, on which your
fertilizers were used. Eight
years ago wc bought this place
at ?20 por acve. It was then
considered to have been worn
oat twenty jrears before, but
by liberally using s
under peas and velvet beans,
we can now grpw almost any
thing, and have been offered
$350 per acre for the place. Wo
experimented with .a great; J
many brands of fertilizer
but find the highest per-cent.
cheaper." Now don't you think
would enable you to pay oil a
mortgage if you had one?
Well, don't use any other.
Virginia-Carolina ChemieeJ Co.
Durham, If. C.
Charleston, S. C.
None anywhere near so
so pure, so eco
nomical, so satisfactory.
U.S. Government Inspected.
Removes ell swelling in to
day ; effects a permanent curs
In 30 to 60 day. Trial treatment
given free. Nothingcan be f sorer
Write Dr. K. H. Green's Sons.
SnocIatlsU. Box b AtUnts. G.
rJiiri - i nnH Mtilloit nature's Gmt
umii w.v inuiiviu Kerne dy for
Wllli f .nmmi
all Throat knd Lnng Troubles.
years. All Druggists. 25c,
SOc and l.OO.