Tremble and Heier Saspect it
Fnnlacr of Kldnor Ukaua
Moot people do not realize-the alarm
ing increase ariU remarkable prevalency
. —, of kidneydiaease.
teallSJra While kidney dic
JHjn « orders are the,
mrjr tH^—SSSKYrmost common
lyA IPIKK' 1 « diseases thatpre-
vail, they are
CAUSED i>:-UMORS IN THE BIOOD
The skis is provided with countless peres and glands, through
which an evaporation is going on continually, day and night. This is
nature's method of regulating the temperature of our bodies, and pre
serving the natural appearance of the skin. These pores and glands
are connected with tiny veins and arteries through which they receive,
from the blood, the necessary nourishment and strength to preserve
their healthy condition, and enable them to perform this daty.
So long as the blood is pure , and rich the skin will be free from
eruption unease, but when the circulation becomes infected with
acids and humors its nourishing and healthful properties are lost, and
its acrid, humor-laden condition causes irritation and inflammation of
the delicate tissues and fibres of the pores and glands, and the effect is
**rAYcffHrtj/W dmoist the last
*Ttln.\t/ Jff C*l recognized by
**H JLr & r'vSS rodent and phy-
sicians, vho am-
■' lent Ihemtelret
wiA Marin) On tfedi, while the orig
inal diteaie undermines the system.
What To Bo. _
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
(Prom Sunday's Dally.)
Testerday was tag day, and there
are very few men In the city whp
do not know it. The ladles of the
acted th« jt cannot add ^rpeptibly to the (eat of
e flame being tflrock-Jtup-a retaining chimney to
®P, where it it needed for cooking. You'ceil
tee diet a Stove sending out 1 teat.* ih but *«<£-
recoon would be'.preferable on a hot dSy.to *
• wove radiating-heat in a//dire<W Tie
new Perfection’' li(£ps < a,kitchen uniformly
comfonsble, -Three size* fully wairanted. .1
It uetodth yoor dexlar, write oarnexmt agency* A
Don’t welt until you have a deep
sooted cough. '"An ounce of preven
tion Is worth a pound of cure.” With
the -flret tickling of the bronchial
tube* get a bottle of Rydale'e Cough
BUxer. Safest for parent or child.
Contain! no opiates. For sale at ill
experience, he Bond* Did Not Cony,
with absolute- The people of Grady county failed
lctloa Is good, to vote enough to seeure the bonds
1 selected and' >n their election o -few days ago.
arraagad and' They failed to carry by. about six
hundred. For another year at least
_ the county will have tp pox for their
Inability to secure bonds. They have
uetgs spent « , 4nd t JtU to bnlid ud
[onday. the contract is to be let at onoe.
The University of Georgia offers
Inatr-ltons In Dentistry. For lufor-
matloh/apply to Alfred Akerman^
Tanks. Injectors, Inspirators, Saw Mill Machht
ory,Shifting,, Pulleys, Hangers, Engl-
nii-i ltd St 3 am fitters' 3 -j pp lies, Etc.
1. S. Schofield's Sons Co.,
pain in the back, kidneys,lirer, bladder
It corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the jUr, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
The new Gun and Bicycle Shop is now
ready to do your work such as guns, bicycles,
trunks, sewing machines, typewriters, adding
machines, gasoline engines, and all kinds oi
musicle instruments. Ali work g t i;; i < c
J. W. ASBELL
107 Madison St., Thomasvlll, Go
t For Sale.
Will sell for cash a small farm
containing 37 acres, of which
acres ere. In cultivation, and having
house, barn ami mabies, also very
good fence on same. Aid situated
three miles north of Boston oa the
Barwlck road, and being In the 13th
district ef Thomas county, lu lot No.
Address all communications
Mrs. A. W. Battle. Moultrie. Go
M. M. Staunland, Boston. Ga.
Little dabs of powdor
Little daubs of paint
Of course wll make a pale face
Look as If it It ain’t.
9at a little Itydale's Tonic
Taken thrice a day,
Makes the pale cheek rnsv
- In wise old nature’s way. \
It WW, the artificial
Jojed both thick and thin,
Antf" can’t be rubbed off with a rag
Fpr Its criderne-th the akin.
So throw away you* paint box, Lass,
The pointless pink looks best.
And Ryd lie’s Toalc never falls
Whene'er given a test.
Continental Casualty Company.
1900 Michigan Ave., Chicago, IB
Our grandmothers used to get a
lot of old nails place the min a vessel
containing vinegar and allow them to
remain until the acetic acid In the
vinegar produced an Iron eolation.
This concoction was then taken by
nearly evetj member of the family
during the Spring and Fall and It
itrely ever failed lb strengthen and
benefit the person taking It The
eld way was good hut there Is a new
way that la far better. Science has
discovered a way te manufacture
'Iran so that R can be dissolved In
Wraps and ellxera and given fn de-
Aalto doses. One of the beat and
surrat ways to take iraa k la .Ry-
dalo'a Tonic. This remedy la a com
blnatlon of Iron, Quinine and Strych
nine In an Orange BUxer and com
bined with other Ingredients that
aifV, it very valuable as a blood and
nerve tonic. It Is without an equal
for old people needing a stimulant
and (er week and puny children sad
a sure cure for chills and malaria.
Silver Alamlnam Jelly Moulds Free!
Individually Molded desserts ore
now considered tee proper thing.
The moulds are hard tb get outside
the large cities, but users of JELL-0,
the dainty dessert, can get them ab
solutely free. Circular in each
package explalalag and illustrating
the different patterns. JELL-0
sold'by all good grocers at 10c per
package. Do not accept a substitute
or you will be disappoint^.
GIVES $500 BAIL.
Coast Line Agent At Metcalfe Ar
rested for ApsuiUt With latent
^ Mr. Malphus, the agont for the At
lantic Coast Line Railway at Met
calfe who several days ego became
Involved in a scrap with Mr. Mitch
ell, contractor for the Florida Cen
tral was arreetod In Metcalfe yes
terday 1 by Sheriff Might. He Immed
iately gave bond for ffiOO to appear
The warrant wea sworn out against
him the day before by Mitchell In
Tbcmuavllle. It Is possible that If
the Grand Jury finds a true bill
the trial will come at this term ef
Superior Court. Malphus waa In
tho city yesterday afternoon and It
was reported that he was going to
swear out a' warrant against Mitch'
ell. but Just what ground for action
will bo taked is not known. .
tlic extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cues. If you need a medicine
yon should have the beet. Sold by drug
gists in fifty-cent and oue-dollflr sizes.
.You may liave a sample bottle sud a
book that tells all
about it, both sent free
hr mail. Address Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. When nwerenwliwt
writing mention this paper end don’t
nuke any mistake, but remember the
name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Binghamton, N. Y,
Do You'Open lour Mouth
Like a young bird and gulp down what*
ever food or medicine may be offegsd you ?
Or, do yon want to know something of the
composition and character of that which
you lake into your atomach whether at
Most intolli-^Mit and rensiblo people
now-a-days insist on knowing what thoy
employ whether as food or as medicine.
Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect
right to Itittefupan such knowledge. So he
publlsIieSs'fecQgdcast and on each bottle*
r, whatJiTywedk^lne* are made of
nu of which his medicine?
studu'Q nnd undetyt(<od tne
gion; n Hr their superior curative virtue?
or the cure of woman's peculiar weak
nesses, Irregularities an*2 derangements,
giving rise to fre«,nont headaches, back
ache, dragging-dowai win or distress in
lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom
panied, ofttlracs, with a debilitating,
pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindred symp
toms of weakness, Dr. Pierce’s Favorite
Prescription Is a most sficlont remedy.
It Is equally ullectlve'ln curing painful
thus rendering childbirth sat
paratlvely painless. The "Favorlte Pre
scription * Is ft luost potent, strengthening
tonic to the general system and to the
organs distinctly feminine in particular.
It is also a soothing aa.1 Invigorating
nervine and cures nervous exhaustion,
nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria,
spasms, chorea or St. Vitas'* dance, and
other distressing nervous symptoms at
tendant upon functional and organic dis-
A host of medical authorities c
Coni of Thank*.
We wish to offer our thanks for
the many gesereus acts of kindness
and sympathy during the lines* and
ibeequently, death of our father.
Th.ao kind friends have made for
an example ef torlng klndenss and
nrot-:erly leve that will last always.
If It had not been for friends our
burden would hare been hard In
deed to bear and *we take this
means to thank al! for everything
that was done, and assure them of
crateful and thorough appreciation.
MRS. T. J. FRAMCLlN,
I. J. DUKES,
J. C. DUKBB.
OSCAR BRINSON GETS 03.
Given High Mark lx (he Contest For
SUte Medal by V. D. C.
The emxy which arox the hlghext
mark la Thera county to be sub
mitted to the district aianicer elic
ited generous applause from the
Judtes. This district Is composed cl
twenty-six counties la Soath Georgia
and the essay snbmltted by Mr. Brin
son received the high marie of nine
It was aot the beet however, only
one betas graded higher. This will
in turn be seat toJOxa state authori-
tiee and will be'judged for (he state
prize. Mr. Brinson can well feel
very preud of tin effort In this In
stance and the people can also liber
ally applaud his success. With a
each of tho severe! Ingredient, of which
“Favorite Prescription” Is made for the
curoof the dlsen-.ry for which It Isclalmed
Y. M. C. A. AuxUltary worked well
and faultlessly and their succoes
waa admirable. One of the young
damsels, whom -several could not
exactly locate or dislocate, had evi
dently heard of the old saying about
the early bird and thought that id
would get dollars ts well as the
poor. Inoffensive worm. "The
bird,” as tiro men who were touched,
call her, eama forth Bright and
early and-she did business.
Some are of the opinion that It
wa* four o'clock when oho appeared
but others ere equally sure that It
was as late as five. Sefllofent te My
that the first max on the stret yes
terday morning was seen and cap
tured. Her ameant to the treasur-
er, Mrs. J. H. Merrill, was some
thing over twenty six doMlrs by ten
The others did not appear so ear
ly and were net se successful. They
all together amassed one hundred
and seven dollars and forty-sir cents
This will materially aid the associa
tion In the work whlfch It la endeavor
Inc to do and Is a fine showing.
Borne ef the youngest and possibly
mere enthusiastic were seen at the
compress at aboat nine o'clock and
they copppd a dollar from one em-|
ployee of that Institution. fie
handed her the dollar besause he
its acrid, humor-laden condition causes
th$ delicate tissues and fibres of the pores
shown in Eceema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum, or
disfiguring skin disease.
These humors get into the
blood through • deranged or inactive
condition of fhe system. Those
members whose duty it is to collect
and expel the reflise matter of'the
body fail to propody do their work,
and this surplus or wsste matter is
left in the system to sour and fer
ment and be absorbed into the
bisod. These ara also certain
other humors which get into the
blood from without. The juice or
milk from poisonous plants, such
as poison oak, poison .'ivy, nettle
rash, etc., enters through the open
pores of the skin snd takes root in
the blood. This causes a breaking
out whioh remains for a time and
them disappears, but returns at
certain seasons of each year.
The cause of ail skin troubles can be traced to some kind of humor
in the Wood. Smooth, Iv Vjy skins are only possible where the circu
lation is pure; and therao. J - cure'of any skin affection can only
come through a thorov ..i daansut', this vital fluid. Salves, washfes,
lotions, etc., are valu/ ,!a o.iiy f# £ eir ability to ksep the sidn dean,
allay the itching, anr’/fend to retfur* inflammation; they eaMO< correct
the trouble because ..zoy do no! r r /:h the blood.
S. S. S. oure? skin disease' /every character and kind, because it
purifies the blood f t goes do', a into the circulation and removes the
humors (hat a." causing the > ouble, builds .up the'weak, acrid blood,
and completely cures
eczema forty years.
Z went to tell yen the greet
seed I received train the in ot
S. a. 3. I xni now 75 years old
and had ,u4r,r*dwith Eczema
ter forty yearn, 2nd oould and
nplking te anm axe nhtU I tried
SIS.8. X angered Intensely
with the ltehlnx end bmralne;
yuatnieo wonld form from
whioh thors towed e otioky
fluid; ornate would oemo on the
oUn, end when scratched off,
the akin waa left na raw. aa a
piece of beef. I suffered .
place of beef. I suffered aorony
the Iona years I was aBlited,
but whea l-used S. 8. S. I found
n pertbot ears. There'has
haver been any retnrn ef the
trouble. 0. H. RYANS.
had no ehaage and she politely re-
to boa cure. Voh may read what thoy i-a.-,
aay/or |/»iirael/bf tending a postal card la * loule * “ e “
requeet for n jftt booklet of^oxtract-. | upon tho work.
Plorcn'a Invalid*' Hotel and Surgical In
stitute, Buffalo, N. Y., end it wll! come I
to yuu by return poet.
fused to ferk over the change. He
evidently thought that a dime would
be sufficient. x
Several men were Been with
great many tags on, for whioh they
paid anywhere from a dime to a dol
lar coordlng te their respective
liberal hearts. ' Strangers were
Been also with the tag sticking upon
their coat> as well aa some ladles
and children. Taking the thing as
a whole It waa a great success and
Eczema, Aene, Tetter,
Salt Rheum, Poison
Oak, Poison Ivy, and
all eruptions and dis
eases of the skin.
When S. S. ,S. has
driven the humor from
the blood, and^coded
and cleansed t the. add-
every symptom passes away, the skin is again nourished with rich,
healthful blood, and comfort is given to disease-tortured skins.
Spoeial book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice free.
S. S. S. is for sale at all drug stores.
THE SWIFT SPBCIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Rev. A. W. Bonier Assists in Splen
Honey lloen Party.
Miss Rena Bonchello entertained
Informally en Tuesday evening In
honor of her guest, Miss Minnie Lee
Jones of Dixie. The young ladles
were requested to write proposals
to the gentlemen present and they
la turn write acceptances. After
drawing a proposal, the young man
- tgnve his acceptance to the writer ot
his love letter and then each ceuple
wrote the story ot their respective
honey moon snd Illustrated them
Boston, Ga., April 18.—Friday
night brought to a close the rellg-
lone services that have keen con
ducted at the Baptist church at this
place for the past ten days. Rev.
A. W. Bealor of Tkonruvllle did ■ with pletures of all
most of the preaching, assisted by | W8r * cut out ol various magaiiaea.
Rev. D. H. Parker, the pastor In
charge of the ehurch; the series of
services resulted I na great revival
of the church, and In an addlUoaal
membership of sixteen, three by let
ter, axd thirteen upon x profession
or Christian experience. The or
dinance ot baptism was administer
ed by Rev. D. B. Parker Friday
night, there was three services each
day and all well attended, the house
at night was packed, the preaching
was powerful tp the edification of
the hoarecs. Bealor never tires, he
never daags, he Is never at a lose
lor a great thought that comas to
him from his text, hix argument Is
powerful, oonclnalve, convincing
and convicting. He Is one ot the
great preachers ot the Baptist denom
This afforded much fun sad amuse
ment and after thay had bean read
r. prise was given te tbs couple hav
ing the neatest book, which was a
"sweet hearty (heart shaped hex ot
candy) aad to the couple who had
Quarreled meet- a box of sealing
wax was glfen te seal their (Head
The ckenmlag hostess then served
a delightful chafing dish sapper In
the qoaintedt little "Jap not
Min Boue&lle’e gteshs was*: Mfin
es Minnie Lee Jones, at Dixie. Fran
ces Stevens ef lfaeon, A Urn
Aa*toy, Minnie WlHiams and Mary
Jerger, and Messrs. Roy Darex-
port, Sydney Fleming, WiUtnx B.
Williams, Edgar Brandon mM EX-
Is an oiietl which a3
women approach with
indescribable fear, f-o*
‘nothing compares with
the pain and horror of
chil.i-b»rth. Tho thought
sf the Mlffering and dangsr in store for her, robs the expectant mother
cf all pleaMnt anticipation* of the coming event, and casts over her x
(hadow of gloom which cannot bo shaken oil. Thousands of women
have found that the use of Mother’*'Friend during pregnancy robe
confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother
and child. This scientific liniment is a god-soml to all women at the
time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother'* Friend
easy women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its
gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents “man
sickness," and other dis
comforts of this period,
field by all druggists at
11,00 oer bottle* Book
containing Ttlnablo information freo.
ffcoBrntffioldBcoutatorCOf Atlanta, Go*
Put This Stove in
It js wonderfully
convenient to do
kitchen work on a
stove th*t’« ready
at the ins tarn wanted,
and out of the way the
moment youlre done.
- Such a stov* is the New
Attention V. C. Y.
The eanu&l meeting .will be held
on April ,97th. All members are re
quested to be present. Besides the
election ot offleere and the delegatee
to the re-union at Birmingham, oUn
importance will he
brought before the '- meeting. All
veterans of Thomas eoanty are usged
to be preseat at that meeting.
R. P. DO S3, Commander.'
JOHN M. DBKLE, Adjutant. *
Perfeqtipn VVjck Blue
Bousing it 4$>u‘avoid the
beat of a cod fire and, cook
, with comfort, even' in'dog-
•t days.’ Tlie ;t ‘ •