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A Notre Dame Lady’s Appeal.
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,
whether muScular or of the joints, sdath-a.
hirabagos, backache, pains in the kidneys
or -fieuralgia pains, to write to her for a
hottie treatment,which has repeatedly cured
all" of these tortues. She feels it her duty
to Send it to all sufferers FREE. Yon cure
yourself at home, as thousands will testi
fy^—no change of climate being necessary.
This simple discovery banishes uric acid
from the blood, loosens the stiffened joints,
purifies the blood, and brightens the eyes,
giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above interests you, for
proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box 544.
Notre llame, Ind.
•I, <1 Nearly 2 score years wc have
mpW '■& b een training men and ’t-uien
1,51,1 f° r b uslljess - Duly Business 10l-
lege in Va., and seootd in tenth
. to own its building. No vacation.
Catalogue free. Bookkeeping,
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At! £ 1
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—' V. S 1 nsiaent.
"wuling bus. col. south Potomac river.”— Zien. fHcr.mind, Va-
"The Old Reliable'
PASSENGER TRAINS BETWEEN
Pullman Palace Cars be
tween Atlanta, Augusta and
Charleston, also between Au
gusta and St. Louis and
Charleston and Cincinnati.
Fast Freight Service
Between the West and
Augusta, Athens, Macon,
Charleston, Savannah and
all points in
A. G. JACKSON
General Freight and Passenger Agt M
Cold Sulphur Springs
In the Mountians of Virginia.
Elevation 1,800 ft. Sulphur, chalybeate and
freesto e waters. Abundant shade. Homelike
and attractive. Hot sulphur baths.
Terms moderat .
Address, J. S. CRAIG, Propr’etor,
Cold Sulphur Springs, Va.
& Atlantic Railroad
The Best Equipped Freight and
Passenger Service in
Coaches electric lighted, with
steam heat in Winter and elec
tric fans in Summer.
It you desire to have your
freight handled with dispatch
and to travel comfortably and
THIS POPULAR ROUTE
h. c. McFadden,
General Passenger Agent.
Send tertny t’-r my FRKK BOOK, telling all
about my great h<nae cure for this dreadfuldUoaaej
HO fefliMJ no palm A pottal card will do. Address
4.J. MAUWCH, M, MT* £QVIS* MQ.
An Open Letter.
The following is a copy of a letter mailed by the Georgia Anti-Saloon
League to each of the candidates for municipal office in the city of Atlanta:
The Anti-Saloon League is seeking to secure some further restrictive
measures, and a more rigid enforcement of existing laws, relative to the
liquor traffic, and to this end we are writing to ascertain to what extent you
are willing to co-operate with us, and in the event of your election, if you will
favor the passage of some Ordinances we propose asking at the hands of the
City Council looking to the general uplift of the moral condition of ov‘r
Following are some of the Ordinances we are preparing to ask at the
hands of the Council, viz.:
To prohibit employing minors in any beer or liquor establishment, and to
more rigidly enforce the law against selling liquors to minors.
To allow no other business in same store-room with a saloon, and to pro
vide against entering a saloon through a cigar stand or barber shop, all en
trance and exit to be at the front as indicated on the license.
To provide for an inspector whose duty it shall be to test liquors offered
for sale at several saloons in the city.
To provide against the use of dopes and liquors in the dispensing of soft
drinks, said to be quite common at some of the stands.
We will ask to have all painted windows, curtains and screens removed
from Billiard and Pool rooms and Bucket Shops, and allow them only on
ground floors, as are the liquor shops.
Then, we come to ask if you will agree to give greater consideration to ap
peals of the thousands of good people of the city touching great Moral Issues,
rather than to the Liquor Bosses, Trusts and Combinations which have so long
dominated our city politics?
This letter has been prepared by the League, and is being sent out to all
the Candidates for Mayor and Council, with a hope of securing their aid and
co-operation in a movement to better the Moral condition of the City of At
Yours Most Cordially,
J. C. SOLOMON.
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You should make money and make it fast by
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makes dish-washing a pleasure. By s el ing these
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Agents are making from #2.50 to S.\CO a day sell
ing these go ">ds. Peeple pay SSO 00 for a sewing,
machine which often stands idle for weeks;
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day. How quickly they will ray $5.00 for one
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Y u cannot break or chip dishes in thisDsh
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dry your dishes and silverware readv to be ■ ut
awav. Wii»e tn the MOUND CITY DISH
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will give you all particulars. Agents wanted
lA/AXT’T’VTI T° correspond with
W ADI 1 £ll ten y° un S men at
once who wish to
work their way through College.
Address R. M. FL,
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Peterman’s Roach Food.
A BOON TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
As the roaches go to the food, enticed by it at
night from their breeding places, it perfectly elimi
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ft has been sent for 20 years to large institutions
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able unless it did the work to their entire satisfaction.
ML. - If “ Peterman’s Discovery ”
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bugs that go over where it is
JSiiffiggak painted on lightly; is also a pre-
ventative. It will not rust or
harm furniture or bedding.
“ Peterman’s Discovery,”
liquid, in flexible cans, with
• ’ spouts; pressing sides of can
will force it in cracks and kill
bedbugs and eggs instantly
Peterman’s Batmonse Food,
Ready for use.
Rats and mice made wild by this noxious food;
alarm others; they will leave the building and not
Peterman’s Ant Food, a strong food to kill
and drive aw-ay ants. Large black beetles may also
be destroyed by it in one night.
Take no other, as time may be even more important
Originated in 1873. Perfected in 1905 by
Wm. Peterman, Mfg. Chemist,
54, 56, 58 West 13th St., New York City.
London, Eng., Montreal, P. Q.
If not obtainable from your local dealer, mail order
direct. to me. 50 cent packages of these preparations
will bo sent postpaid upon receipt of price.
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Will open its fall term Tuesday. Sept. 4th. Its
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Thorough work. Expenses moderate.
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