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ONE OF TWO WAYS, ! y^])](iN DEPATMENT
The bladder was crcatcd fur
one purpose, namely, a receptacle
for the urine, and as such it it
not liable to any form of disease
except by one of two ways The
lirst way is from iiupei'leci ;ic:i(’D
of the kidnej'S. The second \va\
is from careless local ti'eatnieiit
of other diseases.
Unhealthy nrine irom nn-
hcalthy kidneys is the chief cause
of bladder troubles. So the wumb
like the bladdsr, was created for
one purpose, and if not doctored
too much is not liable to weak
ness or disease, except in rare
cases. It is situated back of and
very close to the bladder, there
fore any pain, disease or inconven
ience manifested in the kidneys,
back, bladder Oi' urinary passage
is often, by mistake, attributed to
female weakness or womb trouble
of some sort. The error is easily
made and may be as easily avoid
ed. To find out correctly, set
your urine aside for twenty-four
; a OjS.-'Jettling iri-
(?lcates kidney or blaader trouble.
The mild and the extraordinary
effect of Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-
lloot, the great kidney, and blad
der remedy is soon realized. If
you need a medicine you should
have the best. At druggists fiifty-
cents and one dollar. You may
have a sample bottle and pam
phlet both sent free by mail,
upon receipt of three two-cent
stanifs to cover cost of postage.
Mention Titb Elkin Times and
send your address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co,, Binghamton, N. Y. The
proprietors of this paper guaran
tee the genuineness of this offer.
A. P. Styers, Postmaster at
Kural Hall,' this county, died
March 8th’ at an advanced age,
leaving a wife and eight chilren.
The office at present is conduct
ed by the family - until an ap
pointment can bo made. We
hear the Eames of S. A. Vest,
Esq., L. T. Long and others men
tioned in connection. It would
seem, under the circumstances,
that who ever is to be the lucky
nominee will not have long to
is Blootl I>eep.
Clean blood means a clean
skin. 1^0 beauty without it.
Cascarets, Candy Cathartic clean
your blood and keep it clean , by.
stirring up the la.zy liver and
driviiia, all impurities from the
body. Begin to-day to banish
pimples, boils, blotches, black
heads, and that sickly bilious
complexion by taking Cascarets,
—beauty for ten cents. All
druggists, satisfaction guaran
teed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Bricks made of plaser-of-paris
and cork arc now used in the
construction of powder mills. In
case of explosion they oifer slight
resistance and are broken to at
TwoMiUJojis u Yeitr.
When people buy, try, and
buy again, it means they’re satis
fied. The people of the United
States are now buying Cascarets
Candy Cathartic at the rate of
two million boxei a year and it
will bo three million before ISfew
Year’s, It meani meiit proved,
that Cascarets are the most de
lightful bo el regulator
everybody tne year round,
druggists 10c, 25c, 50c a
Send $1.00 and get the Elkin
Times and McCall’s Magazine for
Every Body Says So.
^ Cascarets Candy Cathartic,
the most wonderful medical dis
covery of the age, pleasant and
refreshing to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver
and bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, cu,res head
ache, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy
and try a box of C. C. C. today;
10c., 25c., 50 cents. Sold and
giiarpnteed to cure by all drug
Peach and cherry trees are
blooming, and buds on many of
the trees are swelling.
Bears the Kind You Have Always Bougfit
are croaking , the
Springtime ditty and ground
squirrel and fence lizzards are
crawling the rtiil.
No Cure. No Pay.
That is the way all druggists
sell Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic
for Chills and Malaria. It is
simply Iron and Quinine in a
tasteless form. Children love
it. Adults prefer it to bitter
nauseating tonics. Pi’ice, 50c. ,
I*. .STONE, BOOSVII.I.H, Si. <■.
If Spain docs not want war,
let litT withdraw her jurisdiciion
In case there is war, will
Uncle Sam annex Cuba when
she is liberated ?
The South needs a Federal
prison, and lialeigh is the place
for it to be located.
Congress vindicated itself and
Ajnerict,.) patriotism whet. it
unanimously appropriated iifty
million for defence.
Will the $ 100,000 appropri
ation be secured for a public
building in Winston? is now
being agitated by Winston'ians.
There are many persons in the
N jrth and JN'orth- west who de
sire homes in the South. »Tell
them that North Carolina offers
as may aut'antago’s to good immi
grants as any other Southern
North Carolina is not included
in the new military department,
of which Atlanta is headquarters.
We belong to the Department of
the East, of which Governor’s
Island, New York, is headquar
Should the Naval Commitfee
of Investigation, appointed to
ascertain the cause of the de
struction of the Maine, report
that the Spanish government is
responsible for the disaster, no
mercenary indemnity should
compensate for it.
It is sincerely hoped that war
will be averted, bu-: the unusual
activity in naval military affairs
are almost enough to persuade
us that war is imminent, if not
inevitable. Though, if it should
come, w'e will certainly be pre
pared for it.
Who is blame for the present
turbulent state of affairs now
existing in our country ? Some
inculpate Spain, others, the
Spanish military ofiicers for not
suppressing the Cuban insurrec
tion, while others, the Executive
of the United States. Now, had
Cleveland or McKinley acquies
ced to the wishes of the Ameri-
can pooplo or tlio doinai\dft of
civilization by acknowledging
the belligerency of Cuba, the
wholesale destruction of life and
property on that island, and the
Maine disaster could have been
A few' cases of measles afc re
ported in tlie Nebo neighborhood.
lieV. Mr. Douglas preached a
vastly interesting sermon at the
Methodist church Sunday.
If you don’t believe Prof. Horn
suspended the rviles last Saturday,
ask Dick Anderson.
The public school closes at
Angel’s school house, opposite
Siloam, next Saturday w'ith an
Several of our citizens have
marketed tobacco at Winston
during the last few days and re
port fair prices.
Students Elmer Burch and
Ernest Erost made a flying trip
to Rusk last Sunday. Their bus
iness was “strictly private.”
Woodhouse Bros, have been
trying to sink the well deeper at
iheir sawmill, but the rock seems
to be too hard for them.
Six new students have entered
the Yadkin Valley Institute this
week, making the preseiit atten
dance about (J«»e hundred and
Mr. Henry Swaim, living near
Rockford, will sell his property
at public auction next Saturday
and go to Texas to make Ins
On last Sunday Mr. Jesse
Revis, a widower residing a few
miles w'est of town was married
to Miss Telia Casey of tlie saine
Supt. Eobt. Speer, having
moved'from town, the Assistant
Mr. T. E. Allen has assumed the
the ofiice of Supeiictendant of the
Methodist Sunday School.
The first issue of the school
iournal to be published by the
Societies of the Y. V. I. will be
out in a few days. Messrs. T. W.
Snow and T. E. Allen are the
Mr. A. S. Spear, one of our
leading young men and a mem
ber of the Board of Education, on
the ICth inst, led to the hymen-
ial altar. Miss Mattie, the be-
witchingly beautiful daughter of
Dr. Thompson, of Low Gaj). Suc
cess to them.
The ])ublic school at Mt. IMc-as-
ant, taught by Mias Sadie Moore,
closed last Saturday with an ex
hibition. A large crowd was in
attendance. O.ir city turned out
enmasse. The exercises were
good. Prof. Jno, Allen and In-
snranco Ageiu Sprinkle made
speeches, and everything passed
Consufflption Can Be Cured,
T. A. Slocum, M. C., the Great
Chemist and Scientist, will
Send Eree^ to the Afflicted,
Three Bottles of his Newly
Discovered llemedies to Cure
Oonsum]>tion and All Lung
Nothing could be fairer, more
philanthropic or ca"ry more joy
to the afilicted, than the offer'of
T. A. Slocum,M. C., of New
Confident that he has discover
ed a reliable cure for coTisuniption
and all bronchial, throat and
weakness, loss of flesh and all
Conditions of wastirii;-, and-_ to
make its great merits known, he
will send free, three Ix’ttles to
any reoder of the Elkix Ti.mes
who may be suffering.
Already this “new
course -of medicene” 1
nenfly cu'rpd thonsa’uks
The Doctor c^isiders,it his re
ligious duty—a a_uty y.vhich he
owes to humanity-vto Alonate his
infallible cure. /
He has proved tlie Areaded con
sumption to be a Salable disease
beyond any doub)',iind has on file
in his American^^nd European
laboratories testimonials of expe
rience from tnose benefitted and
cured in all parts of the w'orld.
Don’t delay until it is too late.
Co ns u m p t i o 11, uninterrupted,
means speedy and certain death.
Addi'ess T. A. Slocum, M. C., 98
Pine street. New York, and when
writing the Doctor, give express
and postoffice address, and please
mention reading this article in
he Elkin Times.
When the grasshoppers cease
to hop and the old eow quits
her bawling, when the fish no
longer flop and t':e baby stops its
squalling; when the diinners no
longer dun and the hoot owl
cj^nits its hooting; ^vllen the rivers
ever cease to run and the burglar
stop his looting; when the vine
no longer twines and the lark
stops its larking, when the sun
no longer shines and the man
quits his sparking; when the
heavens begin to drop a ;d all'tl.e
old maids stop advising, then
it is time to shut up shop and
BUCKLF.X’S ARmOA SALVE.
The Best Salve in the world
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,
Salt Pheum, Fever, Sores and
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skin Biup
tions and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by J
W. Ring and L J Barker,
H'ill be Sii|>|>Iic(I Willi Wiaclicslors.
In thx3 event of hostilities the
government would supply the
State Guard, or volunteer troops
as distinguished from the regu
lars, with Winchester repeating
rifles now in use. Winchesters
are, however, not the rifles used
by the regular troops, but they
are considered better for volun
teers as they are not of such deli
cate mechanisni as the regular
I desire to attest to the merits
of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
as one of tlie most valuable and
etiicient preparations on the
market. It broke an exceeding
ly dangerous cough for me in 24
hours and in gratitude therefore
I desire to inform you that I will
never be without it and you
should feel proud of the high es
teem in which your Remedies
are held by j)eople in general. It
is the one remedy among ten
thousand. Success to it.—O. R.
Downey, Editor Democrat, Ab
bion, Ind. £'or sale by J. S.
Tetter, Salt-KIieum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting, inci
dent to tliese diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain’s Eye and
Skill Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally eificient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic SDre eyes- 35 cts. per box.
Dr. Ca6y‘s Conditioi'. Poivdcrs, are,
just wliat a horse needs when in badj
condition. Tonic, blood pttrifier and!
vermifuge. They are not food bufc'
medicine and the best in use to put a'
horse in prime condition. Price 35
cents per package, j
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