MAYOR OF BUNBURY
Says Pe-ru-na Is a Good
Eon. C. C. Brooks, Mayor of Sunbury,
Ohio, also Attorney for Farmers’ Bank
*nd Sunbury Building and Loan Cos.,
“I have the. utmost confidence in the
virtue of Peruna. It is a great medicine.
I have used it and I have known many
of my friends who have obtained bene
ficial results from its use. I cannot
praise Peruna too highly.
THERE are a host of petty ailments
which are the direct result of the
This is more true of the excessive heat
cf summer and the intense cold of win
ter, but is partly true of all seasons of
Whether it be a cold or a cough, catarrh
f the head or bowel complaint, whether
the liver be affected or the kidneys, the
oause is very liable to be the same.
The weather slightly deranges the mu
cous membranes of the organs and the re
ult is some functional disease.
Peruna has become a standby in
thousands of homes for minor ail
ments of this sort.
Ask Tour Druggist for Free Peruna
Almanac For 1907.
Even failure may sometimes be
•polled by success.
PHILIPPINE “DOBIE ITCH”
Itching Pimples Covered Body—Dis
charged For Disability—Found
Cure in Cuticura Remedies.
“I enlisted in the Corps of Engineers as
• telegraph operator, and, while stationed
in the Philippines, I became subject to the
‘Dobie Itch,’ as the natives call it. In
this disease small, white, itching pimples
form under the skin, generally between the
toes, on the limbs, between the fingers
and under the arms. I never knew of a
case originating outside the Philippine
Islands, but have known of many cases
where it has returned in this country and
invariably at the same time of the year
as the original attack. The cause, so far
as I could learn, was some tropical parasite
or germ peculiar to that region.
“I got so bad that I was confined to my
quarters a week at a time. The Army
Burgeons applied some carbolic solution,
and it would disappear for a time, when it
would break out again. I was discharged
from the Engineers by reason of disability
contracted in line of duty, and when I
had the trouble again, my druggist, Mr.
Z ,of Brooklyn, recommended Cuticura
Remedies. The immediate relief was mani
fest with my first purchase, and the
malady quickly yielded to the Cuticura
Remedies. It has never recurred or both
ered me since I began to use and continued
to use the Cuticura Remedies. You may
quote me as a believer in Cuticura Rem
edies from personal experience. John S.
iWoods, 221 Sands St., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Oct. 21 and 26, 1906.”
Anew broom and a straight flush
make a clean sweep.
The Proved Remedy
For Over 50 Years.
Price 25c and 50c
* treatment of tramps.
Bacon —The police aro very consid
erate of a poor homeless tramp in
Bacon—Why, when one goes to
sleep on a park bench the cop rapf
ftim up.—Yonkers Statesman.
No Umbrellas for Soldiers.
The rain fell in torrents on the
soldiers tramping sturdily Sown the
“Why don’t they put up their um
brellas?” said a spectator.
With a sneer an elderly man re
“Don’t you know, sir, that soldiers
never carry umbrellas? History rec
ords just one instance of their having
done so. It was in an engagement
of the civil war, and a group of of
ficers were holding up umbrellas to
shield themselves from a thunder
storm when Gen. Grant passed.
“The General frowned at the sight
and sent an aide to the officers with
this historic message:
“ ‘I do not approve of the use of
umbrellas in war, and will not allow
any of my soldiers to make them
selves ridiculous in the eyes of the
“Since that time,” ended the old
man, “no soldier has ever dared to
protect his uniform with the effemi
nate umbrella.” —Philadelphia Bulle
An Immortally Incorrect Sentence.
A grammarian was talking about
grammatical slips that through their
magnitude, merited immortality.
“There is one sentence,” he said,
“that has lived for a hundred years
on account of its tremendous incor
rectness. In this sentence every
word, every single word, is ungram
matical. It’s hard to beat that, isn’t
it? The sentence was spoken by a lit
tle girl in a sheep pasture. Looking
at the flocks she said to the shepherd:
Ts them sheeps youm?’ This sentence,
with every word incorrect, holds the
record in its class.” —Kansas City
“You say,” was the question, al
though it is not recorded who had
the temerity to ask, “that you are
“Yes,” she confessed —and it Ts pos
sible that she was in a mesmeric
state; “marked down from forty-one,
owing to the competition in tihe matri
monial market.” —(Puck.
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and frankly, In strictest confidence, teßtag all your
troubles, and stating your age. We wtß send you
FREE ADVICE, in pfarin sealed envelope, and a val
uable 64-page Book on "Home Treatment for Women."
Address: Ladles’ Advisory Department, The
Chattanooga Medidne Cos., Chattanooga, Tenn.
The balloon has one great meril|
over the automobile. It newer runs
orveT innocent nedestrians.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove’s signature is on each box. 25a.
Every time a girl is crossed in love
she imagines that her heart is broken,
but it only gets a very small dent.
Invigorate the Digestion.
To invigorate the digestion and stimu
late tbe torpid liver and bowels there’s
nothing so good as that old family remedy,
Brandreth’s Pills, which has been in use
for over a century. They cleanse the blood
and impart new vigor to the body. One
or two every night for a week will usually
be all that is required. For Constipation
or Dyspepsia, one or two taken every
night will in a short time afford great re-
Brandreth’s Pills are the same fine lax
ative tome pill your grandparent* used
and being purely vegetable are adapted to
Sold m every drug and medicine store,
either plain or sugar-coated.
She (after a quarrel).—l wouldn't
cry for the best man living, so there!
He—You don’t have to cry for him,
dear; you’ve got him.
You Look Prematurely Old
I nm now prepared to fill orders for my Celebrated
CABBAGE PLANTS in any quantity desired.
EARLY JERSEY WAKEFIELD—EarIiest and best
•are header, small type.
CHARLESTON WAKEFIELD—About ten days later
than Early Jersey s, also a sure header of line size.
Prices f. o. b. here, packed in light boxes:
500 for 51. 90. 1,000 to 5,003 at ® 1.50 per M. 5,000 to 10,030 at 51. 35 per
Special prices on larger quantities. All orders shipped 0. O- D. when not accompanied by remittance.
CHAS. M. GIBSON, Young’s Island, S. C.
Unless a man knows when he has
enough he’s apt to get too much.
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens thegums, reduce si nflamma
tion, allays pain,cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
A man isn’t necessarily absent
minded because he misplaces his con
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FOR SICK WOMEN
• more potent remedy in the roots
and herbs of the field than was ever
produced from drugs.
In the good old-fashioned days of
our grandmothers few drugs were
used in medicines and Lydia E.
Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass., in her
study of roots and herbs and their
power over disease discovered and
gave to the women of the world a
remedy for their peculiar ills more
potent and efficacious than any
combination of drugs.
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound
is an honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value.
During its record of more than thirty years, its long list of actual
cures of those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkham's
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person and every thinking woman,
When women are troubled with irregular or painful functions,
weakness, displacements, ulceration or inflammation, backache,
flatulency, general debility, indigestion or nervous prostration, they
should remember there is one tried and true remedy, Lydia E. Pink
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No other remedy in the country has such a record of cures of
female ills, and thousands of women residing in every part of the United
States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pink
ham’s Vegetable compound and what it has done for them.
Mrs. Pinkhain invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health. For twenty-five years she has been advising
sick women free of charge. She is the da\ighter-in-law of Lydia E. Pink
ham and as her assistant for years before her decease advised under her
immediate direction. Address, Lynn, Mass.
HOT TAVI rtn’O Cherokee of Sweet Gum and Mullein
Uvt IAY Lull U Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe & l r , an All druggist*. 11 'is**, BOa an/fbOO.
Is a sure cure for all
and a preventive of
and other fevers.
Good for < Parent
Ask Your Neighbor
50c. and SI.OO per bottle
at Drug Stores.
A Little Child
carries with It the possibilities of great happiness, Into the heart of a
childless home. Women who wish for children, should understand
that sterility is not so much of a disease, as a symptom of female
weakness, and, that in 90 cases out of 100, when the female weak
ness has been cured by
the longed-for visit of the stork comes. Dr. J. J. Livingston, of Freeman, Ind.,
writes: “I prescribed Cardui to a lady patient, who had previously had three or four
mishaps. She took 6 bottles and was soon made the happy mother of a well-grown
boy, who is still living and doing well. I think that Wine of Cardui is the sole cause
of her being able to have this child.” Whatever may be the form of your female
trouble or weakness, try Cardui. It is a reliable remedy for aB the diseases peculiar
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HE KNEW POP.
Teacher—-Can you tell me anything
about the frontier, Tommie?
Tommie—Yes’m. That’s where pop
sits when he goes to the theatre
CABBAGE Plants, CELERY Plants mjgsm
and all klndsof garden plants. Can now furnish all kinds of eabfeagr Kgß£Kn
ft plants gri.wn In tto* open air and will stand gnat cold urowo from ErtSJM
aeeda of the moat reliable seedsmen. We use tbe asm- plaants Htftfiivfll
jel Mi} KfrMfr m oar thousand acre mack farm Plant* carefully counted and properly KMVIMKH
<fwKv*<W pa ked Celery ready laet • f liec. lettuce, cr.ioai and Beet plain*. name ■fJ.’IINH
f %3zKj/NfFiagnm tin * < r earlier Bed'ced express rate* pwmilaed.whKk.wken effectlee
mppWefc<l*NßEj| will rise ua HO per cent lea. than merchandise rate* Trices. Snanil mta fwMB
tl 50 per Uiouaund large l< t gI.W) to gi.2S per thousand. I O b. Meg
JwftfW*!!*. - ■■ l4 aetia bc. Arlington V> hi I* !• pine Cucumber seed > cent* per pound. ■
J (• KieggtMk, 8. c. 'lhe Llilted Mate. Agrli ultural Department
has establishedanl Experimental Station on on farms, to test all kinda of vegeSaMes, eape-
CUIU Cabbages. she re.uiu of tbaae experiment* we will be pleneed to give you nt any time.
eU, J * Youra teapeotfulJy N H I,IT< H COMPANV. MKBSBTW, I. (1
LYDIA E. PINKHAM
SUCCESSION—Beat known mi. hemline variety of
large flat cabbage, later than Charleston Wakefield.
These plants are from the very best tested seeds and
grown in the open air and will stand severe cold with
out injury. All orders are filjed from the same beds
that lam using for my extensive cabbage farms. Sat-
| of liberally using our fertilir- I
1 sera, is to pay off a mortgage ■
I on the old farm Readthefol- ■
I I lowing from Messrs. Wherry
1 I & Son.owners of the Magnolia
1(l fruit Farm, Durant. Miss.:
11l “We made WOO from one more
1 r strawberries, on whioh your
_ M fertilizers were used. Bight
Iftigßra years ago we bought this place
Sag&l at S2O per acre, it was then
Wlawy considered to have been vrorn
out twenty years before, but
iiiujgu by liberally using
under peas and veivet beans. f
we can now grow almost any
thing, and have been offered
S2OO per acre for tbo place. W
experimented with a great
many brands of fertilizers,
but find the highest per oent.
cheaper.” Now don’t you think
would enable you to pay off a w -1 t
mortgage if you had one?
Well, don’t use any other.
Durham. N. C.
Charleston, S. O.
Montgomery, Ala. fVt
Memphis, Tenn, Ull
Shreveport, La. m
Hogless Lard I
3 None anywhere near so ||
good, so pure, so eco- gS
3 nomical, so satisfactory. 9
jfg U. 6. Government Ins d. Jjjg
#5 Dropsy ii
Y Removes all swelling in 8 to a*
>1 days; effect* a permanent cur*
A In 30 to todays. Trial treatment
free. Nothingcanbe fairaf
rf rYilifgnH write Dr. H. H. Green’s Song,
SvlSSiMcJtllttt. Box B*Atlntg. Qy
You Feel Well
when your stomach takes proper
care of the food you eat.
aid digestion, gently expel all refuse
matter from the system—make new
rich blood and insure health.
Put up in glass vials.
Price 25 Cents. At all dealers.
I. S. JOHNSON & CO.. Boston. Mist.