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BUrtled by convincing evidence that
they were the victims of sertoua kid
ney and bladder trouble, number* jft
prominent people confess they have
found relief by u*tng KURIN Kidney
and Bladder Pills. For salfe by all
medicine dealers at SSc. Burwell 4k
Dunn Co.. Mfrs., Charlotte. N. C.
"This winter air Is nice and fresh."
■> said the brisk cltlsen.
'•That's where you are wrong," re
plied the man from Chicago. "It's the
same old air; It only seems fresh be
cause it has been In cold storage."
AFTEII THE DOC/on FAIMD.
Even the most stubborn oases of
malaria yield to Ellalr
"In the summer of 1§»«. I contracted
the disease known as Malaria. After a
your'* fruitless treatment by a promin
ent Washington physician. I was en
tirely cured by your KUslr ■abek."-
Itrasle O'Hairan. Troop K. 6th tJ. BCav.
It Is equally good for bilious disorders.
Kllstr Bahek, 6ft cents, all drufffflats. or
Kiocsewskt A Co.. Washington, D. C.
The New Wife.
Hubby—My dear, won't you Sew on
a button for me before you go out?
His New Wife—The cook may posat.
bly- do It for you. But please bear In
mind you married a typewriter, not a
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Kr« Rented*. No Smarting—FVela
riue—Act* yulnkl*. Try U for K*d, Weak,
Waterjr Ryea and (irftnulKtrd Kyellda. Illua
trainl Book In each I'ackuff*. Murine Is
compounded bf our Orolltli-nut a "I'atont Med
icine "■-but tnsd In wcceeaful I'hralcianr I'rav-
Uc« lor many year*. Now dedicated to the Pub
lic and told br l>ru*«1«l» at Ko and 60c per Hot He.
Murvne Mja Holm In Aeepllc Tube*. Ho and too.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Ohloego
His Work. u
"An electrician ought to be a social
' Why an electrician especially?"
"Because he Is bo well posted on
Uie Allan's Foot-Ease
The antiseptic powdi r to be shaken Inte
the shoes or tired, tender, smarting ach
ing, swollen feet. It makes your f eet feel
easy and makes walking a Delight. Sold
everywhere, 25c. For free trial package,
vidrcss Allen H. Olmsted, I.e Hoy, N. I.
The Easiest Answer.
Teacher —Thirty eggs at 55 cents a
do/.en Is what?
PjiipH—lt's—lt's outrageous, Blr. —
Boston Evening Transcript.
To keep artificial teeth and bridge
work antlseptically clean and frco
from odors and disease germs, Paxtlne
Antiseptic la unequaled. At drug
gists, 25c ft box or sent postpaid on re-;
celpt of price by The Paxton Toilet
Co., Boston, Mass.
What the world needs Is less good
advice and more good example.
ONLT (INK "IIROMO GriNINE."
That U I.AXATIVH HItOMO yiTIN IN K. look for
tlm Hlgnntur* of K. W. UltOVlfi. I.mnl Ibn Woild
«T*r u> Cur* * Cold Id One IMy. Ibc.
Women lean toward mystery, but
men lean toward mastery.
(>arfl«lil Tea liisufon u normal action of
Many a married man has a chaperon
In his wife.
Cheoked and In Early
Stages, Cured by
tonio and blood
We do not set forth MILAM as a Cur®
for consumption, but it hag proven so bene
ficial to such patients that we bclievej and
aie supported in our belief by a practicing
physician, that MILAM will arreit incip
ient tuberculosis or consumption in its early
stages. We know that it greatly benefit* :
even those in the advanced stages.
Read the following
City of Danville, State of Virginia—To-witi
1, Kdmund B. Meade, Notary Public in
and for the City of Danville, State of Vir
ginia, do hereby certify that Abram Word,
of Danville, Va., to me well known, did ap
pear before me, and being duly sworn, de
poeeth and says as follomi
"For ten years prior to August, 1909, I
was under tne care of a regular physician,
l.ast spring this doctor told me ha could do
me no good, and I tried another for tour
months without receiving any benefit from
In August, 1909, I began taking Milam,
and am now able to do my work without
difficulty, my appetite is good, and I can
eat and digest any food.
My trouble was said to be Scrofulitic
Consumption, and I was wasted away to a
shadow. I was so weak that I could hard
ly walk when I commenced on MILAM.
I regard MILAM as a truly valuable reme
dy in all cases of blood trouble, whether
eruptive, or proceeding from a lack of full,
I have recommended MILAM to about
twenty of my friends, and so far as I hsve
seen or heard from them, they all spesk in
the highest terms of It, and are recommend
ing it io their friends.
It was particularly beneficial to me In aid
ing digestion and building up an appetite."
(Signed) ABRAM WORD.
In witness to the above. I have hereunto set
mj hand end the seal ol my oftloe. this 3rd day
Of March. A. D.. 19tft. EDMUND B. MEAD,'.
J-. a JtF"
Aeh ywr druggist er writs far hssklst
MJ*m MdUdae Cojac. v«.
CANCANCER BE CUREOI IT CAN!
The record of lb* Kcl lam Hoapltal I* wltbnol per* I lei
la blauiry, barlnscuredUiaiajcured paruumilr
wit bunt the i»e of Ibe knife, or I-S*r over SS pet
cent, oflbe U'%mj bundredaot nutcrer* frua cancel
wh'rbit baa treated during ibe pant flfteea 7cere
Wo have been ixlurneAb t Ibe Heoato and Wl»
hsaie of Vlic'.nla. We Uaarulea'larCaraa
tmrt WtMslsOieef, W)stsfsii Wm.
OF NORTH STATE
THE MOST IMPORTANT ONEB
ARE THOSE OF COTTON, TO
BACCO AND LUMBER.
THE STATISTICS ARE GIVEN
Fourth Most Important Induatry la
That of Extracting Oil From Cotton
Beed or Refining Crude Cotton Seed
Oil—This Induatry on Increase.
Charlotte.—The three great manu
facturing Industries in North Carolina
are those of cotton, tobacco an 1* lum
ber. In 1909, as shown by the ceneuj
of 1910, they gave employment to t'»,-
435 wage earnersrthelr products were
valued at f142,192,000, tbe raw mate
rial was valued at 176,038,000 and the
value added by manufacturing was
$67,164,000, the three representing
very nearly 66 per cent of the total
value of all the manufactured products
In North Carolina.
The fourth most Important manu
facturing Industry In North Caroliua,
as shown by the report of the United
States Census Bureau, Is that which
la primarily engaged in extracting
oil from cotton seed or In refining
crude cotton seed oil. The statistics
given for oil, cotton seed and rake
show that In the five years, 1904-19>9.
the percentage of Increase In the
value of the products of the business
was greater than any other of the Im
portant Industries of the state, reach
ing $8,504,000. In 1909 It became the
fourth of the Important Industries of
the state, passing the flour and jrlst
mills and the furniture Industries,
which In 1904 had been In the fourth
and fifth places.
The large Increase In the value of
the products was due In part to the
rise in value of crude cotton seed oil,
yet the Industry Is one that Is grow
ing year by year outside of this rise
In price. Iq 1909 there were 53 estab
lishments engaged In the business,
with 1,165 employes, the value added
by manufacture being $1,414,000, show
ing the value of the raw material to
have been $7,000,000, the value ot the
product having been $8,604,000.
Views of North Carolina,
"Picturesque North Carolina" will
be th«« subject of a new moving pic
ture that will soon be made and plac
ed on view. It la the purpose of tht
promoters of the enterprise to visit
many of the scenic points of Interest
in the various parts of the state, in
cluding Cape Hatteras, Klttyhawk,
Nags Head, and other places on the
coast. Bath, the oldest town In the
state, the rice and truck farms around
Wilmington, the piedmont country, the
mountains, Blowing Hock, Toxaway,
Ashevllle, Waynesvllle, and the Van
derbilt estate at Blltmore. The pic
ture will be about 1,000 feet In length.
A soon as It Is finished, It will be
showp In Charlotte and then sent
throughout the state.
Politics In Surry County.
Politics are beginning to be whis
pered a little on the streets and pub
lic places, but no far it Is hard to
And out much about who's who or
what's what. Ex-Judge George P.
Veil is the choice of our people for
corporation commissioner. For United
States senator, the wishes of our peo
ple are protty well divided now be
tween Simmons, Clark and Kltchln,
with the chances In Simmons' favor,
ahhough It will take a primary to Bet
tie it. As to the governor, no name
Is mentioned In connection therewith,
save that of Craig.
Undergoing General Resllnement.
The contest In North Carolina Dem
ocratic ranks over the United States
senatorship Involving the seat held
the past two terms by Senator F.
Simmons Is undergoing a general re
allnement since the tragic death of
former Clovornor Chas. —Br - Aycock,
whose candidacy was looming up
omenously for the other three candi
dates Simmons, Governor W. W.
Kltchln and Chief Justice Walter
Clark, of the supreme court.
Quick Campaign To Raise Funda.
Then is to be a quick campaign In
raising the needed funda to erect a
statue In honor of the memory of
Charlea Brantley Aycock, North Caro
lina's beloved son, who lately "fell on
sleep." Steps were taken In the mat
ter Immediately after the adjournment
of the Aycock memorial meeting,
when the executive committee of the
Aycock Memorial Aaaoclatlon met and
determined to proceed at once with
plans for organisation of Aycock
Monument Associations In every sec
tion of the state.
Beneficent Work Being Dona.
The launching on Irwin's creek,
west of Charlotte, of the second dredge
boat provided by the Mecklenburt
Drainage Commission ynder special
act of the last legislative for the clear
ing up of the swan*P lands of the coun
ty has directed attention to the benef
icent work now being dotW by this
body. Aside from Improving the adja
cent lands ar/1 thereby enhancing
their value, tht movement means the
abolition of the mosquito and therefore
the substantial betterment of l~Mlth
ooflllttons thro aghout the county.
1 ; —'
NORTH CAROLINA^ WINS CASE
Ths Com mere# Court DKMN With
ttw State In (te Rat* Contention
Against ths Railroads.
Raleigh.—The United States Su
preme Court has handed down a deci
sion in favor of the North Carolina
Corporation Commlaalon against the
Norfolk and Western Railroad, secur
ing a general reduction on freight
rates from Cincinnati to Winston-Sa
lem and Durham, and also the reduc
tion of the local rates from Roanoke
to Winston-Salem and from Lynchburg
to Durham. /
Attorney General Blckett was seen
and being aaked hla opinion, said:
"Of course I am gratified that the
case waa decided in pur favor. It was
fought very stubbornly not only by
the Norfolk nnd Western but the
Southern, the Seaboard and the At
lantic Coaat Line. Thla flght was
made because the railroads feared,
and we hope that ultimate benefits of
the decision will reach much further
than the order of the Interstate Com
merce Commission In this freight
case. I fall to see how the Southern
Railway can keep from putting in the
reduced rates to Greenaboro. The
Southern will have to meet the re
duced ratea to Durham and at Win
ston-Salem, or quit handling any of
this traffic, and If it does most the
rates at Durham and Wlnaton-Salem,
then under the long and short haul
clauae of the Commerce Act it will
have to put in tbe same rates at
Ureenaboro and at all points between
Greenaboro and Winston-Salem.
More Arrests In Lake Mystery.
Although a month has expired alnce
the first Interesting developments In
the Myrtle Hawkins mystery and the
next term of court will no convene
for a month yet, Interest haa by no
means died out In this caae, which
haa attracted auch wide attention and
carries with it many baffling features
According to one man who haa taken
great Internet In the matter alnce the
body of Myrtle Hawkins waa found In
Luke Osceola on the morning of Sep
tember 10, and who will follow the
proceedings closely, It would be no
surprise to him If developments more
sensational than any of the paat In
this case takes place Immediately. It
Is a known fact that Investigations are
being made along certain llnea which
tend to euinesh others Into the case
and clarify the mystery.
North Carolina New Enterprlaea.
The following charters were laaued
by the secretary of atate: Shuts Brick
Company, of Monroe, to manufacture
sell and deal In brick. The authorised
capital Is 12,000, all subscribed by J.
T. Shute. C. W. Shute and J. K. Hhute
The Andrews and Waddell Furniture
Company, of Ooldsboro, changes Its
name to the Wayne Furniture Com
pany and Increaaea Its capital atock
from >5,000 to $25,000. J. F. White Is
president and T. A. Henley is secre
tary. The Odell Hardware Company,
of Greensboro amends Its charter so
as to extend Its business to other
branches and Increaae its capital from
$200,000 to $500,000. Charles H. Ire
land la president and J. Norman Wills
Intend® to Form Association.
Mr. L. E. Tufts, secretary of ths
Durham Commercial Club, has return
ed from Greensboro. High Point and
Charlotte, where he went for the pur
pose of Interesting the commercial
clubs and business men of those cities
In the organization of a Statewide as
sociation to make the fight for better
freight rates for North Carolina cities.
The secretary of the Durham club
found all of the cities very favorable
to the pym suggested. In the neit
few weeks he will visit Raleigh, Wil
mington and other cities of the east
ern part of the state.
Wake Medical Boclety Meeting,
In the chamber of commerce rooms
the Wake Cbunty Medical Society held
its regular meeting with a gratifying
attendance and a unity upon medical
Inspection of the schools that pleased
greatly the gentlemen Interested In
public health. At this meeting Dr. J.
Allison Hodges, of Richmond, an emi
nent speclallat who migrated from
ftyettevllle to Richmond, waa the
guest of the society.
Democratic Executive Committee.
The Democratic county executive
committee of Durham met and select
ed August 1 aa the time (or the pri
mary for selecting the county officers.
Considerable effort was made to have
the committee adopt the legalized pri
mary system which requires those par
ticipating In to take an
oath to support the Democratic ticket
with the perjury penalty attached, but
same was passed over. A committee
was appointed to draft the rules gov
erning the primary and report to the
Bank at HHlsboro Robbed.
Hlllaboro became feverish with ex
citement when It was known that safe
crackers had blown the vaults of the
Bank of Orange with nitroglycerin and
gotten away with something like 15.-
000 in cash, all they had on hand with
the exception of some loose change
.which was left scattered over floor.
The Job clearly indicated the work of
expert yeggmen, the doors of the
large safe Inside the vault also the
door to the burglar chest being literal
ly blown to pieces no effectively had
the powerful explosive done its work.
A SEVERE SICKKESS LEAVES
THE KIDNEYS WEAK
After recovering from a severe apell I
of sickness some time ago, 1 was all
run down and suffering from poor
blood. I would have pains In my back
and hips and my kidneys bothered me
all the time. I started taking Swamp-
Root upon the recommendation of a
friend and found it waa juat what 1
needed. My blood became all right
and after taking a few bottles, I was
surprised at the effect it had on my
kidneys. They were entirely cured
and 1 have much to be thankful for
that your great remedy did for me.
Toura very truly,
W. O. BLACKMON,
Phenix City, Ala.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this the 14th day of July, 1909.
w. J. mm, justice of UM P>»W.
•r. MOT AC*
Prove What Swamp-Root WW D* For Yea
Send to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
con vino* anyone. You will also re
ceive a booklet of valuable informa
tion, telling all about the kldneya and
bladder. When writing, be sura and
mention this paper. Regular tlfty
cent and one-dollar alee bottles for
sale at all drug stores.
If Not Better.
Copy Reader—Say, this line, "In the
Clutches of a 1/oan Shark," is a few
letters too long. How shall I change
Night Editor—Perhaps the word
"Jaws" will convey the Idea Juat as
well aa "clutches."
for HBtVACHl—Hkehs* CAFt DINK
W bether Iron Colds, H»l, Stomach or
Nervous Troublaa, Capudlne will ratter* you.
It's liquid—pleaaant to take—acta Immedi
ately. Try It. 10a., Kc-, and AO cent aAt -'rug
Many a man Is dlasattstied with his
lot becauao it is too near hia neigh
Mrs. Wtn*low'a Soothing Syrup for Ohlldiea
trrihlni, eoftana tb« ;um«, reduree Inflamma
tloo, alia/a paln.curn wind oolle, Ko m bottle.
He who lends money without se
curity borrows trouble.
Oarfleld Tea, for the Ilia resulting from Im
pure blood, is a remedy of tried eftlcacy.
Drink befora retiring.
Ambition la a good thing, but don't
fly higher than you can roost.
From Forty-Five to Fifty Are Much Benefited
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
The "change of life" is a most
critical period in a woman's ex
istence, and the anxiety felt by
women aa it draws near is not
When her system is in a de
ranged condition, site may be
predisposed to apoplexy, or con
gestion of some organ. At this
time, also, cancers and tumors
are more liable to form and begin
their destructive wort
Such warning symptoms as
sense of suffocation, hot flashes,
headaches, backaches, dread of
impending evil, timidity, sounds
in the ears, palpitation of the
heart, sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipation, vari
able appetite, weakness and
inquietude, and dizziness, are
promptly heeded by intelligent
women who are approaching the
period in life when woman's
great change may be expected.
These symptoms are calls from
nature for help The nerves are
crying out for assistance and the
cry should be heeded in time.
Lydia R. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is prepared to meet
the needs of women's system at
this trying period of her life. It
invigorates and strengthens the
female organism and builds up
the weakened nervous system
It has carried many women safely
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A choice dressing and preservative for the hair. Highly
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Checks dandruff sad keeps sealp la healer condition.
Pomade Vaseline Is pat up la attractive botUea and In
collapsible tubes. Insist oo Pomade VASELINE.
If your dealer do* not oarry It, write us.
We will also bejrtxt to Md joe frae lllo«tm«*d hooktet app .dwerlfe- .."B
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IT State SteM* tOsanhJ.il 4) New Ymk ZL
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I |B|e|% Fruiti, Putatoe* and
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ONE CASE OUT OP MANY
TO PROVE OUR CLAIMS.
St Anne, 111.— M I was pussing
through the change of life and I
was a perfect wreck from female
troubles. I had a displacement
and bearing down pains, weak
fainting spells, dizziness, then
numb and cola feelings. Some
times my feet and limbs were
swollen. I was irregular and had
so much backache and headache,
was nervous, irritable and was
despondent Sometimes my ap
petite was good but more often it
was not My kidneys troubled
me at times and I could walk
only a short distance.
" I saw your advertisement in a
paper ana took Lydia R Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and
I was helped from the first At
the end of two months the swel
ling had gone down, 1 was re
lieved of pain, and could walk
with ease. I continued with the
medicine and now I do almost all
my housework. I know your
medicine has saved me from the
grave and I am willing for you to
Eiblish anything I write to vou,
r the good of others."—Mrs.
ESTBUJL. GILLISPIB, RF.D. NO. I
Box 34, St Anne, niinnfa.
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dm or Mhtr, than wkgr wml
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