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RIW BIRN, CRAYIS CODHTI, B. C., FRIDAT, JUHC 13t 1902. SECOND SECTION.
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State Charters Brown Normal In-
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sUtute at Charlotte. .
Its quality influences
tha selling price.
growing insured only
when enough actual
is in the fertilizer. '
' Neither quantify nor
good , quality , possible
Writ for amfrt books
(Wise OMatk..r- ... ,,
i . Weekly Crop Bulletin,. ;, ..,
. For week' ending Monday, June Mb
1903. ' ' .y -.'
The diminished progress In the growth
of vegetation, the dying of young, not
well-rooted plants,! the hardened oondi
, (Ion of the soil, afford accumulating evl--.
dence of the increasing severity of the
drought now preralllng In North Caro
lina. Although showera occurred daring
the past week In several sections whloh
were very beneflclal.they were entirely
.'local in character; In moat places the
weekwas eitremely dry, and a large
majority of orop reporU Indicate that
without a general rain soon the hereto
fore excellent condition of crops will be
materially changed for; the worse. The
temperature hls .week was f somewhat
above the seasonal average, but rather
- low at night: the amouni of sunshine
was abundant. The condition of crops
as regards the stale of cultivation and
freedom, frm weeds,' continues excep
tionally 'good, iat; if: the Weeds and
grass cannot .grow on account of
' drought neither can the crops.' The
' fact must not be lost sight ol, however,
1 that a thorough, cultivation, of the sur
face soil conserves the moisture beneath
. for the e of crbpWJ tt't I ti 'iJ?
Cotton on the whole has not suffered
seriously from drought snd has to' some
extent reooyerrd, from the effects of very
cool ntgbtsjlaat week; this statement ap
plies to early plau ted, which has 'made
good growth, on the other hand ' much
bite planted has not come up, or where
' j. lende' plants have been killed by
drought; stands of cotton ave' become
j?-'" , leas satisfactory than heretofore reported
, A few reports of lice on ' cotton have
received. The earliest cotton blooms ap
peered In the sooth portion on June 4th.
Corn, while needing rain badly,' is ' hold
ing its own fairly well; wilting lakes
- place during the warmest portion of the
day, but the, plants recover, at night;
hilling or laying by has began la 'it fflw
places. Tobacco Is suffering from drought
quite seriously, the dry weather,-has
prevented plant! frpnk 1 pjaklnsj jV good
start In groWthf stahdsare bad; .many
plants remain lit the beds which; may be
set out when seasons permit. , Rice In
the lower Cape Fear district Is In fine
condition. The cutting of winter wheat
and rye has begun on a small scale and
harvest will become general next week;
while wheat has headed so low that some
of it cannot be cut, and is very thin on
the land, quite large number of report a
, ; Indicate that the heads are well filled,
. -. and may give a better yield than anllcl
paled. Spring oata have suffered very
. much from drought, and are also heading
low. Pastures on uplands are failing
rapidly: sonifc Timers are sowlntr 'cow-
. f peas for forage. reaches arr tlpentbg
Ma eastern districts; alsioi blackberries
and huckleberries, of which there will be
'. a large crpp Other fruits have oon.
1 tinned to fall so long thatjhe general
prqspect0)Trti ja lesfTavQTable than
. was the case earlier in the season.
WJ w telephone Lineman Killed. V
Special to Journal.
of the interstate Telephone Co., was
killed by the breaking of a cable distri
buting polo. He was tightening "the
wires when the pole snapped In two
1 between the cable box. 1 ) I
i ' : Palmer Jumped and fell to the pave
' ment and was killed Instantly. Another
lineman escaped by holding pn to the
: cross bars,' which ''were 'caught by Del
work wires Over a lower pote
A Sbip Cmdcr Ball.
A ship tinder full salljs a truly ma
nlflcent spectacle, and there is an ex
hilaration lit the wind that eweepa
across-bev deck which can be appre
ciated only b thbso who have breathed
It Rut If yoii'l-fii 'iween decks when
she Is .flying aioiigln such grund atylo
you would bear a creaking aud groan
ing with every motion. A ablp la built
1 of perpendicular frames and horlson-
tnl plonking, and as the waves shirt
their pressure the ship "works." This
wears- out the calking In the seams
first and later on the frames them
selves begin to weaken. '
ror InfirM tni r..:'V:T.
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Schedules tor Conntr Teachers In-
VrV' ' " , '
-- ;.stltnte$ Made Out. ,
ReejnliifUa Issaed Aleaie Beld la
Jail In Tlrglaia for Barg-
lary In Charlotte. Ae
T ,: Mint f Remarkable
Baluqh, June 11. The superinten
dent of Public Instruction issued todsy
a list of dates for county teachers Insti
tutes ss thus far arranged. They will
be very generally had In all counties
principally at the county seats. ,,-!'-1
Here Is the list issued todsy: Macon,
July 14;. Btokes,- July 7-18; Forsytha,
JulX-18; Caldwell, July'll;, Tyrrell,
July and August; Rockingham, July.
Swain July 7; Madison, July 14-31; Hen
derson July 14-25, Gaston July 7-12. Al
leghaney, July S-Angust 13; Chatham
July IS; Moore July 14, Stanley July 38,
Gates July 28, Davidson August 4, Dur
ham August 4.
A requisition was Issued yesterday
evening from Gov. Aycock's office on
Got. Montsgue of Virginia for Alonzo
Reid now In Jail, at Williamiburg, -Va.,
he being wanted' at Charlotte for steal
ing guns, revolvers etc., from the Allen
Hardware Co. A Raleigh paper .an
nounced in referring to the matter that
Qov. Ayoock issued the requisition be
fore he left the city for Morehead, where
in" reality the document was prepared
solely by Miss Julia Howell, the Gover
nor's gifted and vivacious , stenographer
the Governor and private secretary Peer
sail being both out of the city. Several
State officials playfully remarked this
morning that North Carolina's acting
lady Governor Is inlltled to credit and
must have It. It la Governor Howell for
a few days now it you please. While tho
chief executive la with the beaches at
Morehead and Col. Pearaall Is unavoid
ably out of the city, ;
Evangelist Holcomb spent last night
In the city being Just from WllkCBboro
where, ha says a very remarkable revi
val t Sam Jones, . and Geo. Stuart who
preached a week. He says every man In
the town except one was converted and
that one was too drunk all the time to be
reached. 3 However Rev. Holcomb
brought I him down to Greensboro for
Eeely treatment-and still has titrong
hopes of converting him. 0 " !
Prof. J. B. Carlyle of Wake Forest
rode across country 30 mlles.fronWake
Forest Lere this morning on a, wheel to
take the early eastbound train for More
head to attend the Teachers Assembly. '
Ue says he enjoyed the bicycle rldo
hugely and that the weather and roadB
are Ideal for such exercise. He thinks
he will be the only teacher.at the assem
bly who worked -so strenuously to get
thcret A ti -x-.'4ji?.T ,i, '
The physicians report considerable
Improvement in Ithe condition .of Col.
J. HIcks, Superintendent of the Ox-
rd orphanage and express theibellef
that he will be Well In a few weeks.'.. He
has been very ill for 10 days, "
McDufflc's Turpentine fc Mutton Suet
Lang Master Is a certain care for whoop
ing eough, easy and comfortable-, works
while yoiraleep. 25 cents at F, S. Duf-
Bwarlast Cntmaeya, !.
. A chimney llo feet high will away
ka liwbea In a high wind without dan-
The word "meander" comes from the
river pf the same name whose course
wa so devious that It furnished nearly
every modern language, with a new
!rd.t T '
j-ww. Foggier Than London. I
'Esqnlmalt 1st the only place in the
British empire that exceeds London, In
cloadinees. Esqnlmalt la also tha damp-
eat nines In the emoire. while Adelaide,
in Australia, la the driest Ceylon Is
the hottest and northwest Canada the
coldest possessloiv jtbat be British flag
floats over. ,..,''.,.;..' f
June 13. Business seems to be ; mov
tng on nicely In our vicinity, crops are
looking well, potatoes have been dam
aged considerably because of the draught
The potato crop will aeon be off. 'V'
Our business men In. their leisure mo
menta are spending some time In discuss
Ing the railroad topic, while some are in
favor of bonding the county for ; $50,000
others object to It, though we hope the
majority will favor the railroad enter
prise. r hmvv-'-i
Mr. Thos. Davis, representing.: C. &
Holllstor, New Bern, was in town last
week,,,,;, sl':'"i):"o'''-:":T fl
' MM McKaughn, representing ' the
Brow and Williamson Tobacco Co; Mr.
Merchant representing the . Davis O. K.
Baking Powder Co; and Mr Griffin, sales
man for O. Marks, made this place, busi
ness visits last week. J' -viVs! -
Henry Barron of ReelsborO was here
last week on business. , ;
Dr. Ueas passed througn town one
dsy last week. The doctor has Just com
pleted his Course in a medical college.
Miss Lona Holtoh of Olympla, Is visit
ing friends in this town this week 0:
gsnlzlng i muslo class. - '
Prof. R C Holton, who has been at
tending Chapel HIU College made ps a
vlult last Eaturday. lie will begin tcnsii
bore July 1, snd remain dnrlng "
Hfl'i c-" -a vii' "''on. 1'a'
Fell From Train tnl Killed. Negro Forger
N We had a fine' rata last Sunday eve
ning which has made the crops look very
much Improved. ' ' : " 1 ,
The crops generally era small but they
are In fine condition and bid fair to make
a big harvest. , , ,,:
Irish potatoes arepoor both In size and
yield only digging from 90 to 60 bushels
per acre on the low lands. "
- We learn that the residence of Mr. E.
D. Koonce at the Richland In Onslow
Co. was burned last Sunday morning.
Last Saturday evening near White
Oak station on the A. C. L. In Onslow
Co. Mr. Collins a young white man fell
from the platform ut the train as It was
running at 40 jnlles an hour breaking
hs neck killing blm instantlv"'? ? rTf
Mrs, L. a Benders and children left
here last week to visit, friends and rela
tives In KInston '. and , at Qulaerly Pitt
Co.' .- '"'.'.' ' ' ". ',,,- ef 1' .;
" Mrs Fannie Bryan and Miss Julia San
derson left this mornldg to visit friends
at the city of MaysviUe. , 1
Miss Florence Ki! pat rick of this place
is visiting her parents and friends at
Quinerly Pitt Co. - , , .
Mrs. Emma Barms and daughter, Miss
Blanche have been confined to their beds
with measles for the last ten days. .
' With the exception of measles the
health condition of this neighborhood is
very fine. ' 1 '
The Ppllocksvilllans have some veiy
fine milk cows that give from 3 to 0 gal
lons of milk a day one man makes 141bs.
butter a week from one cow. v
" The following Drs. left from hare this
week to attend the Medical Convention
at Wilmington Dr. B. E. ' Koonce and
wife, Dr. Geo. R. Hughes and Dr. Monk,
Dr. J. A. DcDaniel who has been loca
ted at Trenton in copartnership with Dr
H R Parker passed through here enroute
Rudolph Fulcher a negro 20 years old
whose career as a crook- in this vicinity
Is at last-behind the prison bars at Tren
ton for forgery.i There are several other
cases sgainst him for which ho has not
been tried. . . . .
ii Prof W. D. Burrus formerly of this
place but late of Landale, N. C, will be
married today ; at Newton N. C. to Miss
Alice Clapps., They will . visit will visit
friends at this place very soon, ; ,. - ,
; Miss Llllle Koonce of Trenton Is visit
ing her brother Dr. Koonce at this place
Mr. Clyde Bell of this place returned
home this morning from Massey Builnes
College at Richmond where he com
pleted a course in Book keeping. .
Don't forget to give your subscription
to J. B. Benders at Pollocksvllle for the
following news papers the New Bern
Journal, Wilmington Messenger, Atlanta
Constitution,, Washington Post and the
New York Tribune. Be sure to take the
Journal first as it Is a wide awake home
paper and one ' every family In eastern
Craven should have in their homes. i
' - Condition of State Banks. '
Special to Journal,; ' i -
Ralkigh, June 12. North Carolina
corporation' ; commission issued report
tonight of tho conditions of State private
and savings banks at the close of busi
ness April 30, showing total resources
three class of banks $18,025,762, issue
deposits $80278, deposits subject to
check "til, 340,630,' demand "certificates
$736,050; savings-bank report shows $3,-
354,785; deposit subject to cheek $86,297
Jlme deposits and $113397 demand cer
tificates. ';i .if. J 4f
' Mayor ' Sitli liw'a ' oilicfr Which he
occupied as prsldMit of Columbia eol
ege has boen fitted np asa bibliograph
ical museum. Unre editions; old manu
scripts and papyri, besides the famous
Phoenix ..collection ,o literary curios-
ties, are on, exhibition.. ,i.s f
, Colonel .William B, Peters on June 19
wyl retire from the. chair of Latin In
the University of Virginia after forty
six yeoJ's'or contlnuous service. When
hit wmmsndlng' general ordered him
to' burn the town of Chambersburg
during the. civil war, he declined tp
make war on helpless .women and cbfl-
Did you ever have a case ot "Spring
Fever" ,fi When It was the hardest work
in the world to do anything at all f That
was because your . system's machinery
was out of order and required overhaut-N
ing. BRADHAM'S LAXATIVE CHILL
TONIC .is the bet , kind of a system
cleanser and general tonic.,, It enriches
the blood and stimulates 4tue liver to
greater , activity, removing sallowness,
pimples, malarial poisons and building
up the health generally.. Just the thing
fop "poorly children,, . At Brsdham's
;v;t 'H. 1
Children Will plsy and get over-heated
get their foot wet, expose themselves in
dozens of ways, and you can't prevent
it; All you can do Is to . keep them as
free from exposure as possible , and al
ways have In the house a Cough Remedy
that can be depended . upon. Anway's
Croup Syrup will fill every requirement,
It to guaranteed to cura Coughs, Colds
sn Croup or the price 25 cents will be
1 ;', 1 1-y a. (! .!or seV.'ng ii. Coll
l ':V'.,'.'.X,,.:'y'8,;'and Eraillisru's
Otkar Charters Issued. Wedding In
tha Baptist Feaiale Sestiaary
Parlors. Strange Dlsap-
pearaaceef the Wife
ef J. C Bearer.
Raleigh, June 12. The auperlnten
dent of public instruction has received
notice from Peabody Normal College at
Nashville, Tsnn.tbat six vacascles oc
curred for North Carolinians recently m
that Institution May 38. ' The school has
nominated candidates fos ihne lvacan-
elea, the appointeea being U U Cohen,
of Avons Creek; Henry Good, of Ruther
ford Collet: and Jaa, W. Moaeler of
Elkln. The superintendent of publlo la
struclion is uked to call for ; competi
tive examinations by superintendents in
all counties where there are candidates
July 17-18. "
1 A charter was granted this morning to
the Brown Normal Institute of Charlotte
There is no capital. The school is to be
in charge of Rev. 0. C. Sommerville.
The State charters the Mulven Hill
Manufactnrlne and Supply Co- of Mel-
Vln Hill, Polk county. The capital stock
la $25,000. The business is general mer
chandise. .- "
At 8 o'clock this morning In the par
lors of the Baptist Female University,
Miss Laura Watson ,mstron of the school
was nnlted marriage to Mr. Q. A. Slddle,
a prosperous grocer of Winston-Salem.
Tbey left at once for tnelr future home
Considerable anxiety has been fell
here regarding the strange disappear
ance of the wife of Mr. J. C. Beavers,
who holds a responsible clerkship In the
United States Internal revenue office
here under Collector E. C. Duncan. Mrs
Beaver left here Tuesday nlgft andde-
plte the most diligent search was not
found until late last night when he dis
covered her in a house occupied by the
famllvof Mr. James Buffaloe. She is
said to be in a somewhat demented con
dition. She had tnreatened to kill her
self several times. The Buffaloe house
is In a locality of questionable Tepute.
Kelley'a livery stables were oaoiy aam
aged by fire this morning about 10
o'clock. Damage was'posslbly $1,000. I
Bloodhounds aa Detective.
In the west the bloodhound IS now
extensively used." in the detection ol
crime and the capture of criminals.
The modern criminal is a very elusive
person. He la always abreast of the
times, and, quiet,, skillful and often
courageous, he has this advantage, that
he usually doea bis work at night
When he has completed his task, he si
lently makes 'his escape, frequently
leaving behind him no elewe by, iwhlch
his movements may be traced. So, at
least, he believes; but, try, as) he will,
ha must leave some, clew. Intangible,
Invisible as it is, it yet exists tho pe
cullar odor of the human body. It Is
certain guide to his footsteps; Science
cannot efface It; ingenuity cannot Wipe
It out, This odor is as distinctive as the
features of the face. No matter where
A person moves, no matter wbeUier his
trail la crossed by a thousand Others
pf hla kind, no matter jwhethennthe
rains have fallen or hours have elapsed
since his foot pressed 4he eartb,Mhe
trail Is still there and may be followed.
There la only one animal, however,
which can infallibly trace out the scent
after it has been on the ground for sev
eral hours, and that Is the bloodhound.
Century. .; t
, .v': .r -, -Wiaaipesr.
J. H. Haslam ot Winnipeg Is thus
quoted in the Buffalo Commerdalt
"We : have not cordially. - .welcomed
Englishmen, but the American mce like
to take la and make one of us. The
territory Into .which the American
farmers are .flocking Is as large as
Austria, France and Germany and
practically in the same latitude. Our
Winters are not severe, our summers
delightful." We raise magnificent po
tatoes, the' best .wheat on earth, and
experiments with corn at Fargo indi
cate that we may yet have that cereal.
IRTS can grow, apples, we have the best
timber, as much lion as there; is In
northern Minnesota and , soft coal- bt
excellent quality. Our grazing lands
are also rich, and we export cattle to
Oeoe Laet Ptet we."m
, Gerome is reported as being at Work
on a urge and unusually bloodthirsty.
picture ot the salon Variety, j The "sub
ject la the end of the sports la the Ro
man 'arena Just as the evening sun
lights np a few spectators descending
the steps ot the arena. . The bodies of
the Christian martyrs, steeped in resin
and set on fire, are beginning .to con
sume, while the lions, tigers and pan
thers are being driven to their dens in
the basement of the Coliseum.
' l.lklalu rlHlM.
The United States weather bureau
has been investigating the matter of
the loss ot Ufa every year by lightning
and has arrived at the conclusion that
between 700 and 800 persona in the
United States lose their Uvea by that
fluid. The greatest number of fatali
ties occurred in the middle Atlantlo
states and the next greatest In the Ohifl
valler and Tennessee. v ' f
;Teaemri Waited J,
Three Teachers are wanted to fill va
cancies in the White Graded School ot
New Bern. Applicants will be required
to pass a competitive examination be
fore the unders'r'ned at Now Bern on
t'..e second tlon.'. y of JVy next. ;
: '- II. P. IIAHDISO, '
f ' ' ' -t
As is well known, Dr. Hartman la the
president of the Hartmsn Sanitarium,
an institution which has a department
devoted exclusively to the treatment of
female diseases. He is thus brought to
see thousands of such eases every year,
the most of
to their homes
to be treated
spondence. THE GREATEST OF
The principal remedy he relies upon in
such cases Is Pepin a, , which every
woman should have, who has any affec
tion of this kind.
In view of the great multitude of
women suffering from some kind of
female disease, and yet unable to find
any sure, Dr. Hartman, the renowned
gynaecologist, has announced his wil
lingness to direct the treatment of as
many cases as may make application to
him during the summer months with
The treatment will be conducted by
eorreepondenoe. The doctor will ' pre
scribe all medicines, applications, hy
gienic and dietary regulations neces
sary to complete a cure. The medicines
prescribed can be obtained at all drug
stores. This offer will prevail during
the summer months. Any woman can
become a regular patient by sending a
written statement of her age, condition
of life, history and symptoms of her de
All cases ot female diseases, including
menstrual Irregularities, displacements,
ulcerations, Inflammations, discharges,
irritation of the ovaries, tumors . and
dropsy of the abdomen, should apply at
once and become registered as regular
The following quotations wore roceiv
albyJ. E Latham &Oo, New Bern
' Chicago, June 13.
Wheat: Open. High. Low. Close
July 724 72 73 73
Sept a. 70J 70J 70 70
Cobn: Open. High. Low. Close
July......, 63 C3 03 1 03J
Ribs: Open. High. Low. Close
July 10371 1055 10371 10451
Sept .... i .... 1055 1032J 1025 10251
Naw York, June 12.
Cotton; Open, High. Low. Close
July.......... 8.78 8.80 8.73 8.74
Aug..,.. 8.53 8.53 8.47 , 8.49
Sep.... . 8.18 8.18 8.13 1- 8.14
Oct. 8.03 8.03 7.99 7.09
New York, June 13.
Srocxs; jl iOpen. High. Low. Close
8ugar..M. 128J . 1381 127J ;i87I
80 By . 87 . 87 ,8 f B'f
U.S. S 89J , 891 .SSI 38
C.&0. .......... - .
Mo. P.......... 103J, 1031 102 103
Atchison 81 . 81 81 " 81
Va. C C........ 70 ,70 70" ' 70
A. C, O..., ...... ,, , r) ,r
Amice. ; :.' i ' ' ,
' , Liverpool i ;,;
Spots 5.1-16. Sales 10,000 bales,
futures, .June-July 4.50. , Aug -Sept,
4.48. Sept-Oct 4.80. ,
'"' FORT KBCEIPTS.
' ' .t 16000
' ; ., 5000
Hon. 4000 -
Tuea.. 4000 '
Wed. 4000 .
Thurs. 8500 a
Ball Peers' "
As well as everybody elscVneed
some good llvec medicine . occasionally.
BRADHAH'S ANTIBILIOUS LIVER
PILLS "cleanse the liver, cool tha blood
and ease the head," without griping or
danger of salivation note this these
pills are purely vegetable and serve their
purpose as well as If they contained
some in jurious mineral dri;. Box of 8G
for "j 13 1' 1. Rnd sold at
r - 'a I "
The Hartman Sanitarium,
patients. All correspondence will be
held strictly confidential. No testimo
nials of cures will be given to the public
except by the express wish of the
patient. . . . j ,
No one knows better than Dr. Hart
man how much the women suffer with
diseases peculiar to their sex. No one
knows better than he does how many
of them suffer with such diseases. Pa
tiently, hopefully, wearily, and often
silently, they eke out a miserable exist
ence year after year.
A woman confined to the house sev
eral years with a chronic female de
given np all
hope of being
had tried phy
PECULIAR TO THE
sician after physician, and remedy after
remedy, without any . permanent im
provement. Her treatment had cost her
husband, who was spoor man, hundred
of dollars. They had been obliged- to
deny themselves many comforts of life
in order to get money enough to pay the
physicians. . ,
Picking np the paper one day she hap
pened to read an Item which contained
the news that Dr. Hartman would treat
such cases free of charge by letter. She
immediately wrote the doctor, describ
ing her ease, and giving him all her
symptoms;' She soon received a letter
telling her exactly what to do and what
medicines and appliances to get. She
began the treatment (the principal rem
edy being Peruana) at one,' and In a
few weeks was well and strong again
and able to do her own work. '
' ; NaJBobPancake Flour.' " ' ' f' i,'v u Ij
Carolina Rice Flakes. ' ' ' '' "
Oatflakes both loosejand in packages.' ; , a 2
Preserved finger 25c"jer pot. a
j ', Hienz's Apple Batter'and Sweet Mixed Pickles.
! Royal ScHrlet Salmon, the 'finest packed paly (25o can; Z
other brands 15o and 20c can. . v-. . ':' Z.
. i 'ImportedJGingerJAle, on ice, lOo or S torZ&s.' '' 5
.- x'ortsmoutn uomea Mnuets.
Big Hams to cut, , . ,r'( J
.VlIT PIT.. PMTlt UllffnT
, , . .r.t.j.w. .l'j j!iis;.f,-?.A'f;:?.ir .- a Z
-.'Fancy Syrup and molasse 4 , ; j.rr '
- Pure Arrole Vinecrar and Spices of all kinds.' " s
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. "" We have on 'exhibition a BEAUTIFUL SILVER SPEAKING
TRUMPET which will be given to one of our fire companies
Evefy customer to our store will be given a check to ' the amount
of their cosh' purchase. , These checks can be i oted to 'either New Bern
or Atlantic Co. by writing the name of either company on back of the
uuoujk. uuu ucjAiBi.uuj luuto iu st muiov ttiitu- ua 1 or ino purpose
Every 60c worth of checks counting as one void)'
; At the close of the contest the box willv-b bpened,' the checks
counted and the company receiving the greatest number of votes will
begiveathetrumpet..J,,,. ' ! - ' - v . a
' COME TO TILE FRONT "and 11ELF YOUH COIIPANY TC.
Another woman- who wed Parana
without becoming one of Dr. Hartman's
tients had the
ONE OF TEE 200,000
' LAST TEAR.
from Bald winville, Ga.r -.v -
"Peruna is wonderful and good,-and a
certain cure for female weakness. I have
been ill and have been' taking doctor's
medicine for several years, and found
that none did me any good. ,
"Every dy It was worry. 1 wat
atwaya tick, f bad come to the coo
cluMloh to give up, and act asa amy
mora medicine. I waa tick Indeed tot
the patt two yean. Jott before I begem
to take Peruna t wat very weak, be
sides f wat blltout and conttlpated.
" I had pains in my back and side and
falling of the womb, with bearing down "
pains. , ..(! ,1 , :
"One day while reading my news
paper, I came across an ad., read of the
book for women entitled, "Health and
Beauty," and sent for it. Then I began
to - use Peruna. After using several
bottles I am now thoroughly cured."'
MISS IDA GREEN.
Mrs.' Theresa Keller of Fremont,
Wash, writes : .;.iUt
"Peruna not only cured me of female
trouble but prevents me catching any
cold, and as long as I have a bottle In
the house my family needa.no doctor.
Mrs. Theresa Keller.
Send for free book entitled, "Health
and Beauty." ' Address ' Dr. Hartman, :
Columbus, Ohio. ' i ( -
1777.T r. , , YI10Iesale j :
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