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S l ! .
V i No one would be foolish &s to kindle the fire on top
of 'a pot to mate itboilj yet the treatment of Catarrh is often
just as senseless and illogical. Douches, sprays, ointments,
so-called tobacco cures, and various other applications, are
diligently used, but the little good accomplished is swept away
bv tWfirs't breath tf winter: When'vou attempt to cure a
constitutional disease one affecting the entire system with
purely local remedies, you are applying the fire to the top of
the Dot, vou are doctorinfir symptoms, and, like thousands of
others, get disappointing results. ; In Chronic Catarrh, the whole system becomes involved;
the .entire mucous membrane, or inner covering of the body, is in a state of high inflamma
tion. . -The pressure of blood-upon the glands and cells produce excessive secretion of mucus,
much of which is" absorbed into the blood and distributed to all parts of the body. In this
way the stomach, kidneys aud intestines are often seriously affected.
4 The nose, throat and ears are most frequently attacked by this foul disease, because
tte' mucous lminjr is exposed to the cold, damp air, which attracts the vitiated blood to the
St. Joseph, Ko., March 84, 1801.
X had bad oss of Catarrh my bom
was always (topped - and my head
ached ooBttnnally, aad the odor of my
breath waa atokeninf. Z had a moat
annoyinr cong-h, alao. I tried a namber
of remedies and waa-treated by aeTeral
doctors, bat tot no. relief my ease was
thonrht to be lnourable. 8. 0. bain
recommended to me, I befan its use, aad
after taking- alas bottles was cored, and
nave urn oeea troubled with Catarrh
KIBS) JUST ITOIK, -
- 601 raaels Street. ;
Blinding headacnesj neuralgia' of the " eyes and dizziness are also symptoms of this
disease, and when the inflammation reaches the delicate mechanism of the ear, hearing is lost,
and, as the ..Wood; becomes more deeply poisoned, the tissues and soft bones in the head are
eaten out, greatly disfiguring the face. At this stage of Catarrh the breath becomes insuffer
ably offensive... S. S. S. is the simplest and most effective treatment for Catarrh, and when
taken "into the circulation reaches all parts of the system and cleanses the blood of all
Catarrhal matter and restores it tO'a normal condition. When rich, new blood begins to flow
through the veins,, the obstructed glands and broken down cells resume their natural
functions, and the "hot arid inflamed membranes are lubricated and moistened with a soothing,
healing fluid that quickly brings relief to the congested parts. S. S. S. puts the blood in
such perfect condition -and so strengthens and invigorates the general health that" the local
Sssaaaw l- . .ss. . sV sns. .en.
saw.a - esesss a. "'r: Sav a
samssa saaaas-' -saaaas
perfect safety in all stages and forms of Catarrh. Our physicians will gladly advise, with
out charge, all who write them about their case. Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free.
f V THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
( A Falthtul RepresentiUve. -
We see that the Hon. 0. R. Thomas
our honest, falthfol and able Represents
tlve, spent the few day's" of' vacation at
his home, New Bern, returning to Wm JjhHdTen.: ; "Wsshingtonlan Tableaux",
ington on January 8. The Third Di -i Washlngton'a birthday comedy "Mrs.
trlct has never had more ; honest '..of ) Podgers' Mince Pie,", and Illustrated dl
mote unilrlnff worker than Mr. Thomai.1 rectioni for dressing the hair in Martha
Be is an earnest advocate-, of all meatvj Washington stylo Three capital short
ores that tend to promote the best Inter-' atbries are "Aunt Line's Conjurln'," by
esu of bis people and also of the South. : will Harben, "Ber Son's Wife," by Mar
He Is a typical Southern , man, , and a ' garet Whlllans Beardsley, and "Miss
Democrat of the first water. His con. Clarissa's Smile Factory," by Mary
stltuenta appreciate him and are satisfied , Knight Potter. "1 Incushions" and
that their Interests will alwavs be ub
served when Tnomas la' In the national
hall, ' -
Minstrels Next Thursday Night ?
Conroy , and Murry rare the hottest
dancers In the country. They are with
BsjIuw and Wlison's Mlnletrels. '
Barlow and" Wilson's Minstrels, which
appeared here ''last night, opens a new
era in" Minstrelsy. The;; performance
' was devoid of boisteronsnesa, and the
rough and uncouth language,' which is
oommon with some of .the to claimed
first-class companies; -yet the vlvld por
trayal 6f the unique attributes and! the
volant 1 humor of the genuine darkey,
was charming In the extreme, .The vo
cal .numbers were all given in a manner
that took with the audience from; the
start, while the orchestra was all that
was claimed for It. Barlow and Wilson's
Minstrels always find a cordial welcome
awaiting them bre. Salt Lake Dally
Desert News. " ' -
The Peruna Almanac.
. The druggists have; already been sup
plied with Peruna almanacs. There ia
- sore to be a great demand for these al
. manacs on account of the articles on
; astrology which they con talq.. The sub
' Ject of astrology is a, very attractive one
.to most people.-The articles on astrol-
' ogy In the Peruna almanac have: been
furnished by a very competent aitrplo-r
' gist, and the mental characteristics of
' -.each sign Is Riven, constituting almost a
' Complete horoscope. A., list of lucky
ana nniucsy dhys for each . .month,, are
' given. There will be si great rush for
' these books. Ask your druggbi for one
early before they are gone. .
French Venezuelan Claims.
' " Paris, Jan, 0. Inquiries' show that the
- Frenchmen having claims against Vene-
. cuela are urging the French government
. to adopt ooerclve measures. , '
, A Pron-lncnt V'oman Speaks.
Prof. Uoxa Tyler,, of Chlcsgo, Vloe-
I'resldent Illinois Woman's Alliance, in
1 speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Heme
dy, says: ' I tuHered with a severe cold
this winter which thrcatu'ued to run in
to pneumon'a. I tr!u.i diilereot remedies
but I teemed to' grow, worse and the
medicine npsot rry stomach. A friend
advised me tc try Chan ' rlula'e Cough
r me 'y and I found It was pleasant to
t,a aad It c-Uuved me at once. I am now
f'.' -.-'y rco?:: !, sivel a cctor'a t:.l,
'" if 1 e nd I will rc'L-r le
v !'"'" 'Li " t a.'"
sunacc, caubiu wugouuu ui iuc uiue Diooa vessels ana
glands, making breathing difficult and labored; the throat
becomes parched and dry; the hot, watery discharge from
the nose gradually changes . to a yellowish color and
becoming more profuse and tenacious, drops back into the
throat, causing gagging and almost constant coughing to
dislodge it This offensive discharge, in spite of all pre
cautions, finds its way into the stomach, and extreme
nmioM orA m nbctvnat fnriii nf r1vrcTwnci'j tnllwir
manifestations of the disease gradually disappear, the dis
. charge from the nose ceases, the head clears,' breathing
becomes easy and natural, the appetite improves, and a
. perfect and permanent cure is effected.
S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood
purifier. It contains no minerals to further tim'smi the
. blood and derange the digestion, but can be taken with
Designer for February.
St Valentine's Day and asbington s
Birth sy divide honors In the February
Designer, which contains Valentine
verses, Valentine amasements for : the !
"Novelties in Crochet' give hints for
fancy. work, "The Hygienic Pantry and
Storeroom,1 "Household Advice" and
"Breakfast Recipes" offer assistance to
the housewife. "Points on Dressmak
ing," ""Fashions and .Fabrics," 'For
Health and Beauty," aad "Nursery Lore
are other practical and interesting fea
tures. "Daughters or the White House "
by Waldon Fawcelt, Is an illustrated
article of merit, and "Book Note", sod
Selection j for the Recitatlonlsi'' : akr
up the list of mUctllany. Promlnen
among the fashion features is "Coitumet
for Elderly Ladies," beautifully Illus
trated, and containing jut such infor
mation a is needed by ' those desiring
dignified and ' appropriate : apparel. A
new departure in the Designer, and on
whic.b will be highly appreciated, con
sists of iully-llluslrated Instruction lor
the making of stylish hats and bonnets
Collision and Runaway. -
Last evening what might have proved
a serious accident and injury to' several
persons, fortunately resulted only In
damage to property.
" Ed Street, with little Myrtle Dlsosway
was driving on Johnston street, when
reaching the corner of Middle street, at
tempted to tarn down Middle street,
when a-trausfer at the conjunction of
the streets made it difficult for young
Street to make the turn, his horse also
'pfcovln'g'very fractious.';'; vj;';;
- The rsinlt was that a collision occur
red, the transfer being partially wrecked
while the shock (brew, out, the two oc
cupants of the buggy. The horse brjke
loose from the buggy and ran towards the
stable on South Front street, knocking
over a peanut stand on the corner of
Middle and South Front streets.
The person in the collision escaped
without injury. . i -
j -as ' - "''
- 5 A Conspicuous Residence, -o
Among the more noticeable Improve
ments In residences In this city of late, Is
that of Mr. R. A. Richardson, corner of
Craven and Johnson streets. Mr. Rich
ardson purchased the place from Mr. E..
K. Bryan and has greatly Improved the
house by the addition of a long piazza
and new tep and In other way, be
side repainting the structure.
. Shrinkage in Pullman Estate.
Redwood City. Cel., Jan. 8. The will
of the late Oeorga M. Pullman has been
probated here, the petition filing the
vunieofthe estate at tjW.OOO, but the
it to be' worth only
THE GREEN GOODS RACKET.
The Pamlico County Farmer Who Lost
Another version la given of the story
of the loss of 600 by Mr. Elbert Phil
lip Of f amllco, county, who went to
New York laBt week and had hi money
In hi satchel and upon his return, upon
opening his satchel had the experience
of Old Mother Hubbard who went to
the cupboard, to fetch the poor, dog a
bone. Like that famous receptacle, the
aatcbel was "bare." .
The revised ! version reported is,
that Mr. Phillip had some correspond
ence with some "financiers" of the met
ropolis and the negotiations reached a
point tbat required his presence In New
York His son accompanied him and In
fact it ia said tbat the young man had
conducted the negotiation which were
of a somewhat delicate and diplomatic
character. The money was raised on a
mortgage on Mr. Phillip property near
Wilkinson Point, on Neuse river and the
lump sum deposited In a satchel, where
upon the journey was made to New
York with expedition and safety.
The rendezvous was In one of the
great city sky-scrapers but the Pamlico
county couple only ascended, by means
of the "lift" as high as the seventh story
Of the imposing granite pile on Broad
way.; Here they met a suave gentleman
in an ante-room of a suite of offices and
upon proper Identification,1 essentia!
among dealers in "securltes", they were
admitted to another room filled with
table. Upon these table were "lot
and cords" of bills, or "green backs",
mainly of $10 denomination. The money
was evidently genuine, It had the right
look. Several roils of bills were shown
to the visitors, each roll said to contain
$3,000 in bill and just like those upon
the tables. . One of these 3,00Q rolls
was offered to the North Carolinian for
the f 6C0 still reposing securely within
the satchel. Itis said that the would-be
benefactors represented that the bills
were printed front genuine slate stolen
from the government and were therefore
the real thing. ': '; '' . .."
At any rate the trade ia said to have
been made and a roll, the outside of
which was plainly a $10. wrapper, was
wrapped in tissue paper and curled
to Pamlico county. ,, The package was
not touched on the way down but upon
arrival at Arapahoe examination reveal
ed the fact that like beauty the money
wa only skin deep. There was nothing
below tho first bill except neatly folded
papers. At already stated In an account
of the matter, tho affair I a deep mys
tery to the community. The explana
tion given above that It wa only an
other successful working of the green
goods game, may tend to shed some
light upon the happening.
Salvation Oil the Best liniment
' ili c, 15 cts; largo bottle 26cts.;.Great.
e-t cure on rarth for Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia Soreness, Sprains, Backache
Stiffness, Cuts, Bruises, Wound.i, Bwcll-Idu-,
Durns and Frost Bites.! 8a'vatloa
Oil kills all pain.
January 10. Ws ars await the people
of Trenton hare said "Hello" before for
they hay been to ou,r village) where we
here an express office, telephone office,
telegraph office end last bat not least, a
railroad. I don't know how come, bat
Rot. nnd Mrs. W. H. Townaend hare
arrired and he will fill his appointment
There tu a social fathering at II r. T.
B. Iprck's Tuesdsy night In honor of
the clever telephone Messrs. Johnson,
Allen and 8mlth. . v
Mrs. IT. 0. Eubanka and daoghter,
Hist Maud, of Hamlet, N. C, are vlett-
Ing friend end relative In Cove.
The shadow party at the School house
last Thursday night was a success, all
seemed to enjoy it Immensely. Mr. E.
D. Avery was the correct gaeaser end re
ceired the cake and we know the Tren
ton ltemlter would have been delighted
to have taken dinner with him.
Mr.T. 0. Whitaker passed through
last night enronte for Washington, D C.
Mr. J. T. Broaddos has moved Into our
Dr. R. A. Whitaker was a visitor in
The Cove people would like to hear
from C. K. T. once more.
With best wishes for a bright and hap
py New Tear to all the lacky readers of
the Journal, I remain yours, O.
The Last Crew Return.
Alglen, La., Jan. 9 A crew of nine
fishermen from the steamer "Sparta,''
which ssnk off Atlantic City January 2,
landed here today. They had been given
up as lost
Recovered British Gun.
London, Jan. 9 Lord Kitchener re
ports that the second British gun which
the Boers captured at Baukelaagie has
Americans Not Wanted.
New Orleans,.Tan. 8 Dr. Daniel S.
Brosnan, who went to South Africa as
surgeon on a British horse and mule
transport, returned here today. He of
fered.bls service as surgeon of the Prit
ish army In the Transvaal, but they were
declined on the ground that American
degrees were not recognized in the Brit
Disastrous Paint Fire.
Jersey City, Jan. 9. Fire this morn
iuK destroyed tho building of Reed &
Collins, dealers in paints and ctiemlcaW.
A terrifflc explosion followed ami shook
buildings a block away.
Lumber Kilns Burned.
Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 8.- Two dry
kiln at the plant of, the Angola Lumber
Company, situated on the Cape Fear
river were destroyed by fire today. In
the kilns were over ISO thousand feet of
lumber, all of which was more or less
damaged. The total loss will not exceed
five thousand dollars, almost wholly
covered by Insurance.
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours.
T. J. Blacknyre, of Haller & Black
more, Pittsburgh, Pa., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of Mystic
Cure. It got me out of the house in 24
hours. I took to my bed with Rheuma
tism nine months ago and the Mystic
Cure Is the only . medicine that did me
any good, I had five of the best physi
cians in the city, but I received very lit
tle relief from them. , I know the Mys
tic Cure to be what it la represented and
take pleasure in recommending It to
other poor sufferers." Hold by T. A,
Henry, Druggist, New Bern.
A Reciprocal Taritt
Washington, Jan.' 10 The President
and Secretary Root will oppose any com
promise measure providing a tariff re
bate on Cuban products. ; They are de
termined to accept nothing less than a
reciprocal tariff arrangement which will
give Cuban producta coming into the
United States the same concessions
a Cuba may give to American pro
Bsantha f Kind Vw Haw Always Bought
. Bank Failure.
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 10 The Euclid
Avenue Trust and Savings Bank has
failed. The bank was effected by the fi
nancial difficulties of the Everet Moore
trolley syndicate. v
Beat Out of an Increase of His
. A Mexican war veteran and promi
nent editor writes: "Seeing the adver
tisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, I am reminded
that a a soldier in Mexico in '47 and '48
I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this
remedy has kept me from getting an In
crease in my pension for on every re
newal a dose of it restores me". It I
unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea
and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale
by F H Duffy & Co.
Ireland Stirred by League.
Dublin, Jan. 10. The United Irish
League Is spreading throughout the
country like wildfire. The progress of the
League la to great that the Lord Llouten
ant la paralyzed and helpless. r- -
Driving out the Enemy.
These are the days of colds, sharp and
audden, attacking throat and lungs, and
leading to consequences one does not
like to think about. : Avoid further ex
posure and fight the enemy of health and
comfort with Perry Davis' Painkiller
the family stand by for sixty years. It
conquer a cold In a day. ' See that you
get the right article. There ia but one
rainklllcr, Perry Davis'.
PEOPLE OF THE DAY
President el World's Caloa.
The Christian Emlcavorera have or
ganized world's ijilcn end have In
corporated under tlis lnrva of Massa
chusetts. Rev. Francis E. Clark, who
has been at the head of the Christian
Endeavor society In tie United Slates,
BEV. ntANCia E. CLARK.
was elected president ,of the World's
union. Tho union starts out with 01,-
920 societies nnd an aggregate mem
bership of 3,820,000. As evidencing the
extent of tho work Cone by the En
dcavorers Fresldent Clark calls atten
tion to the fact that there are now 480
societies la tho Madras presidency of
India alone. lie further says: "Japan
shows more Interest in tho work than
ever before. China la eagerly awaiting
her new secretary."
Fame by Chance.
The story of William Allen White's
sudden leap Into fame through his
"What's tho matter with Kansas"
editorial la familiar to everybody, but
It Is not generally known by what a
narrow opportunity Mr. White got
there. It was lu the summer, nnd Mr.
White's wife was at Colorado Springs.
He was ebout to join her there for a
rest and had written In advance ed
itorials enough to carry along his pa
per during h!s absence. So at least
he thought, ami ho was leaving the
ofllce when his foreman came In and
asked what provision he had made for
the editorial columns during his ab
sence. "There on that hook," said the ed
itor, pointing, to a ciilke on his desk
upon which was Impaled a quantity
of manuscript. The foremnn detained
Mr. White while he glauccd it over
and announced that .there wasn't
"Give mo a little more," he pleaded,
"aud I'll manage to get along."
"All right." said the editor, dropping
into his chair. lie thought a few mo
ments, dashed off the vigorous para
graphs, handed them to the foreman
and went off for his train.
When he returned, he found his desk
heaped two feet deep with letters and
himself a national character. It was
that last editorial that did it.
G. Bernard Shaw, tho eccentric Eng
lish novelist, essayist nnd playwright,
who is never so happy ns when he is
stirring up controversy, has lately tak
en up the cudgels against vaccination.
In a speech In London ho ridiculed the
statistical claims advanced by the vac
cinationists, saying they reminded him
of the report made upon an Investiga
tion Into the prevalence of the drink
habit In n British regiment in India.
"Tho investigator," said Mr. Shaw,
"was informed that 50 per cent of tho
teetotalers had been invalided home,
while the remaining 50 per cent were
dead. Further Investigation revealed
the fact that the total number of teeto
talers in the regiment had been two.
One man had been eaten by a tiger,
and the other had been Injured by a
pulley block falling on his head."
The New Postmaster General.
The first break in the cabinet which
was carried over from tho McKlnley
administration by President Roosevelt
came through the resignation of
Charles Emory Smith as postmaster
general. Mr. Smith announced as the
cause of bis resignation his desire to
return to the active management of his
paper, the Philadelphia J?ress.
Henry C. Pnyne of Wisconsin suc
ceeds Mr. Smith in tho postmaster gen
eralship. Mr. PayKe is vice chairman
HZNItY O. PA.TNH.
of the national Republican committee
and is highly valued as a political or
ganiser and campaign director as well
as a man of exceptional business quali
fications, such as will be required In
his new position. . President Roosevelt
and Mr. Payne are warm persona)
friends and have Worked harmoniously
together In political affairs. ' " '
The Secret ot Long Lite. j 5 ; ;
Consist In keeping all the main or
gans of the body in healthy, regular ac
tion, and in quickly destroying deadly
disease germs. Electric Bitters regulate
Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the
blood, and give a splendid appetite.
They work wonders In curing Kidney
Troubles, Female Complaints, Nervous
Diseases, Constipation, Dyspepsia, and
Malaria. Vigorous health and strength
always follow their use. Only 50o, guar
antced by C. D. Bradham, druggist.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
1 F Boim rrmUhtab
From present indications lace prom
ises to be more la vogue than ever tor
centerpieces, dollies and decorations for
table linen as well ns for the, dainty
eoTpra that add much to the beauty
of dressing rooms, battenbers and the
heavy torchons twin; more extenalvei
used. One of the Itlest of dresser
covers can be made Ly heavy linen with
torchon Insertion two inches) wide act
in about two and a half Inches from
the edge and a border of lace to match
that la put on perfectly flat, with ml-
tered corners. Battenberg and renais
sance lace pieces having beautiful
flower design embroidered on them are
among the newest things In fancy
work. Tatting has been resurrected with
other old fashioned things of the same
period, and those who used to delight
In weaving the shuttle in and out in
fashioning this delicate work will now
have a chance to take np their old pas
time. It is combined with fine linen
and makes the loveliest of table covers.
The moat fashionable curtains of the
moment are of Arabian lace, and as the
tint of this lace is a very peculiar one,
being a duller shade .than ecru, they
will be very difficult to imitate. For
the large square windows there Is a
new style of curtain that Is lambre
quin shaped. It hangs down smooth
and straight from the top, with a point
In the center, and the sides continue to
the floor and are looped back. A wide
Insertion outlines the sides and con
necting scallop, to which Is gathered a
full ruffle of this exquisite Arabian
Hints to HstinrlTM.
A good way to clean tine utensils Is
to dip a piece of cotton 1a kerosene
and rub the articles with It until the
dirt Is removed. Dry afterward with
a clean cloth so as to get rid of all
Absorbent cotton, It la said. If ap
plied at once, will prevent any traces
of a stain being left by oIL milk or
cream spilled on woolen goods.
If your floors are not hardwood and
you wish to furnish with rugs, first
give them a coat of paint, then two or
three coats of varnish, a rubbing with
sandpaper and finish with a good oil
ing and polishing. - t
Ice -cream is said to be an Infallible
remedy for hiccoughs.
If when Ironing a curtain you dis
cover a bole In it, take a piece of the
best part of an old curtain a little
larger than the bole and dip the edges
in cold starch. Then place it over the
hole and afterward Iron over It
A Photograph Frame.
The frame illustrated here Is of
painted satin mounted on cardboard,
but the design is equally suitable ei
ther for embroidery or poker work.
The satin when ornamented Is stretch'
ed over strong cardboard cut to the
FOB EMBEOIDEET OB P0KE3 WORK,
shape shown, to give a soft effect A
thin layer - of wadding should be
stretched over the cardboard before
the satin is put over It The satin
should be cut an Inch larger than the
card, so that the edges turn well over
and can be fixed by seccotine. A thin
piece of card is covered with sateen
for the back. It Is fixed by seccotine.
A loop of ribbon, with bows, is sewed at
the back of the frame to hang It up by.
Young Ladles' Journal
To Clean' Ostrich. Feathers.
According to an authority, white os
trich feathers can be cleansed by mak
ing a mixture of white soap shaved In
to small pieces, boiling water and a
little soda. After this has dissolved
and cooled dip the feathers Into It and
then draw them gently through the
hand, repeating the operation several
times. Then rinse thoroughly In clean
water, with a trifle of bluing added.
Shake, dry and curl Feather curling,
however, is work that calls for special
training, and amateurish efforts In this
direction are not always successful v
. Waterproof Shesblateklas-
To make a good waterproof blacking
for aboes or other leather articles mix
one part of borax with eighteen parts
of melted beeswax and stir to a stiff
Jelly. Then mix five parts of asphalt
varnish with sixty-six parts of oil of
turpentine, Into which stir six parts of
melted spermaceti After thorough stir
ring, combine this with the first mix
ture ot borax and beeswax, and the re
sult will be a nearly colorless water
proof paste, excellent for use on nat
ural leather. .
, Leather For Doeovattloft.
. Leather Is being utilised In a variety
ot ways for decorative purposes Just
now, and one of the most effective Is In
the form of pillows for the collegian's
room or the bachelor's den. Indians'
heads ornament some of these; others
show college colors and devices, Pipe
racks In leather are satisfactory from
the decorative point of view if nothing
else, and the football Inkstand ia
ful as well as ornamental
: ij i ; Gorman Nominated.
Annapolis, Jan. 8 Arthur P. Gorman
of Howard county was nominated to-
ti!rrit hv iriA Timrvrat!A miimii ss TTnf.
ted States Senator without a.dUientlng
tuiv. mil assures ma return, w wo
United States Senate to succeed George
California Craia Keels Rain.
San Francisco, Jan. 8. Early sown
grain In the out hern dieU'cis cf Call
tirnla needs rain badly.
Aro You Expectant?
aishss childbirth esar snd llmort pain ten. by
mpsrtac tta sriteni tar psituritlua, thus sasiit
b( Mstnn, and shoctcninc labor. The painful
ordaal o( childbirth is robbed ot its tarrora, snd tn
aniw thereof areatlr leeaeaed, to both mother
snd ChHd. The period of confinement ia slao
freatlr shortened, the mother rested, snd the child
lullT developed, at rone and healthy.
Moraine alckeaea, or nausea arising from preg
nancy la prevented by reUevina the stomach from
the pressure brought to bear on it by the expand
ing arran, snd by which it is Inniwnced through
As precnancy advances, the breasts enlanre,
become swollen, hard snd tight. Lone; before the
child la born, they are preparing- for the secretion
6 milk. It la Important to successful child rear
r that these glands receive early consideration,
other's Friend softens the akin, relieves the
Ears, snd facilitates the secretion of Ufa
d. Undeveloped snd occluded ducts, sad
ta hard-caked shortly after delivery, are tn
result of non-treatment snd likely to culminate in
Mammary Abscess from which the patient suf
fers exerucUUng pain snd Is left with thee
functional organs permanently impaired.
Mother's Friend is always applied externally
and nabbed into the flesh over the region of pain.
.Softness, pliability snd ex pension are given to
the muscles, tissues, fibres and sinews, allowing:
the elasticity necessary to bring comfort while
with heavy burden, and cause eaay issue of the
child. Try It. Of all druggists 1 00. Out book
r Motherhood "free.
THC BRADFIELD regulator CO.
FOR THE CURE
KO REUEDY EQUALS
k single dose will relieve suffering and its
regular use vui enect a permanent rare.
rmiva, m ui so cuts.
BEST FOR THE SOUTH.
' ORE OF OUR LEADING SPECIALTIES.
We have thousands of barrels in
stock; the best flaine-grown
and Virginia Second Crop Seed.
Wood' a 1902 Catalogue gives
comparative crop results, both as
to earliness and yield, with Maine
grown and Second-crop seed. It
also contains much other useful
and valuable information about
Potatoes. Wri te for Catalogue and
Special Potato Price List
Wood's Descriptive Catalogue
for 1902 giveg rel table, practical, up-to-date
Information about all Seeds, giving
not only desert ptiona, hut the best crops
to crow, saost successful wave of growing-
different crops, and much other in
formation of special interest to every
Trnoker, Gar dener snd Farmer. Hailed
free upon request.
T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen,
Tracker and Farmers requiring large
quantities of seeds are requested
, to write for special prices. - -
Having secured the services of ex1'
perlenced parties, I am prepared on
short notice to execute Farm, City,
Land and Rail Road surveying. Ditches,
Streets and Roads laid out and leveled.
Draughting In all its branches. Blue
and black prints made. Old maps re
paired and mounted.' Topographical
survey in g and plotting. Drawings and
wok ring plans executed promptly. Sew
erage and drainage planned, laid out
and construction superintended. ;
J. J. Volfcndcn,
Tievf Hern, Ti. C.
0at8. Kys and Clover.
Malt for Distillers.
Hay, Grain and Feed.
CHAS. B. HILL'S
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