SOUTHERN'S NEW RULES.
Traveling Freight Agents Appointed
to Assist Patrons.
Following President Finley’s platn
talk to the representatives of the
freight and passenger departments of
the Southern Railway recently ns to
the proper treatment of the public by
employes of the read, another step his
beta taken by that company in the
direction of bring about better rela
tions with the people making ship
ments over its lines. Mr. A. H. Plant,
comptroller of the company, announc
For the puroose of insuring prompt
ness and justice to its patrons in re
spect to the handling of freights at
local stations and the handling of loss,
damage and overcharge freight claims
occurring on freights received or
shipped by its patrons, Southern Rail
way company has inaugurated and
placed in service n corps of traveling
freight claim agents, whose duty it
will be to travel continuously the re
spective territories assigned to them,
visiting at each station not only ;he
local agent, but the company’s patrons
thereat with the following objects in
1. To secure the prompt handling
and settlement of all fair and honest
loss, damage and overcharge freight
claims against the company.
2. To give assurance of this to the
patrons of the company by. prompt,
courteous and efficient attention to
3. To prevent accumulations of
freight claims and over and refused
freights at stations and to reconcile
as far and as promptly as possioie all
over freights with shortages.
4 To educate local agents to the
highest degree of efficiency in treating
with patrons in respect to their trans
actions with them both in respect to
the handling of freights at iheir sta
tions and the prompt payment or
declination of freight claims.
DRAWING THE LINE.
Art Master (who has sent for a
cab, pointing to horse) —“What *d'o
(you call that?”
Cabby — “An ’orse, sir."
Art Master—“A horse! Rub it out,
and do it again!” — Pundh.
FITS, St. Vitus’Dance: Nervons Diseases per
manently cured bv Dr. Kline’s Great Nerve
Restorer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline. Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
A rolling stone gathers no moss,
but it may start a mighty big damage
THREE BOYS HAD ECZEMA.
Were Treated at Dispensary—Did
Not Improve—Suffered 5 Months
—Perfect Ctore by Cuticura.
"My three children had eczema for five
months. A Tittle sore would appear on the
t head and seemed very itchy, increasing
.day after day. The baby had had it about
a week when the second boy look the dis
ease and a few sores developed, then the
third boy took it. For the first three
months I took them to the N— Dispen
sary, but they did not seem to improve.
Then used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
•Ointment, and in a few weeks they had
Improved, and when their heads were well
you could see nothing of the sores. Mrs.
Kate Keim, 513 West 29th Pt., New York,
N. 'Y., Nov. 1,5, aud 7. 1900.”
Many a mans principles are sowed;
in fact, nothing but sound.
Stood the Test.
Allcock's Plasters have successfully stood
the test, of sixty years’ use by the public;
their virtues have never been equaled by
the unscrupulous imitators who have
■ought to trade upon the reputation of
Allcaek’s by making plasters with holes m
them, and claiming tnem to be “just as
g&od as Alicock’s.”
Allrock’s Piasters stand to-day indorsed
bv not only the highest medieai authori
ties, but by millions of grateful patisuts
who hai c proved there ed*cay as a kwtee
Chickens come homo to roost, pfo
tided your neighbors ;innot'- satch
9100 Reward, *IOO.
The reader* ot tb fa paper mil be pke*;ed to
team tnat there Is at leust otie dreaded dis
ease that science baa been ablgto. sure to. all
its stage*, and that is Catarrh. Hall 6 Lat'arrh
Cure i* the onty positive cure now known to
the medicaHratternity. Catarrh being a coar
■titutional disease, requires a eoasutustional
treatment. Hall’sCafarfh Cureistaben inter
nally,acting directlV upon the ,bk>od and mu
cous surfaces ot the system v therf?by destroy
ing the foundation of the disease,and giving
the patient strength by BuiMtog P the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing ®s
work, i'he proprietors biiye so much faith
in ii's cura'iCe power* that they ohertme
Hundred Dollars far any case that H fad* to
cure. Send for list ollestireoßteU AAfaesc
F. .). Cheney Hl t 30., lofedto, O.
Sold hv Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall'* Family Iblla tor coustrp^wn.
The man who tasses his ixwaato*
provides fees for the attcsHstey*- tor Ma
Tub cured in 30 minutes b Wf
Fanjtarv T ,qtior>: never falls. I>v D”f
p;tu. .Mail orders i;vo.mn.ivJed h\ *£•
1.1 let chon Ckawf *L
One daesnt nsetoe a *s
mer, but H often paves the wrw to*
The General Condemnation of So-Called Patent j
| or Secret Medicines (
of an injurious character, which indulge in extravagant and unfounded pretensions
* to cure all manner of ills, and the
National Legislation Enacted to Restrict Their Sale
have established more clearly than could have been accomplished in any other way
I. The Value and Importance of Ethical Remedies. i
Remedies which physicians sanction for family use, as they act most beneficially and I
I are gentle yet prompt in effect, and called ethical, because they ( are of 1
Known Excellence and Quality and of Known Component Parts.
To gain the full confidence of the Well-Informed of the world and the approval of
the most eminent physicians, it is essential that the component parts be known to and
I approved by them, and, therefore, the California Fig Syrup Company has published for many
years past in its advertisements and upon every package a full statement thereof. The per-
| feet purity and uniformity of product which they demand in a laxative remedy of an ethical l
I character are assured by the California Fig Syrup Company’s original method of manufacture,
I known to the Company only. m
There are other ethical remedies approved by physicians, but the product of m
the California Fig Syrup Company possesses the advantage over all other family laxatives
that it cleanses, sweetens aad relieves the internal organs on which it acts, without
disturbing the natural functions or any debilitating after effects and without having to
increase the quantity from time to time.
B This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of i
" Syrup of Figs, and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of fl
i family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
I known to physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural I
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of f
Senna, as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtlessly it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs; and to get its beneficial effects,
always note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Cos.
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrup I
of Figs, or by the full name, Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, as Syrup of Figs I
l and Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig I
I Syrup Company, and the satne heretofore known by the name, Syrup of Figs, which I
I has given satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists I
f throughout the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price
of which is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., the remedy is not adulterated or mis
branded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
I San Francisco, Cal. 1
Louisville, Ky. U. S. A. New York, N. Y. ’
For Girls & Women
You Need Cardui
At every age, after entering womanhood, girls and women need
the strengthening, building, pain-relieving assistance of Wine of Cardui.
It will carry you over the rough places, ease your hard days and
increase the comfort and pleasure of living.
What its millions of users think of it, is well expressed in these
words of Mrs. Rosa Lee Cole, of Smithton, Mo., who writes: "I suf
fered from female troubles for 7 years. I had pain, low down in my
stomach, my feet hurt so l could not stand, and 1 was so weak and
nervous I could hardly do anything. I was just sick all the time. At
last I wrote- you for advice and you recommended Wine of Cardui,
which 1 took according to your directions, I have now taken
Thompson’s Eye Water
The Havana Railway.
The Havana Ceuteal Railway Com
pany has constructed toke from Ha
vana to Guam a jay ip <te girovlnce of
Pinar del Rio, a (ftfitwrc* of about
twenty-seven miles. Ute motfVe -power
being electricity. It ttajt opened for
freight and paseeoaer toaffle in No
vember last. The socle atopany has
a line under constwicO from Ha
vana to Gaines, tkirty-eeswsp miles, also
to be worked by oteflß#M£y. Both
these lines tap di* trials in fruits
and vegetables. —Tha BDgtttoer.
Idols at a ftiripnto*.
There was a time whOi mSssionaries
were bbused to voatowtog to day :
anything disrespects* against the
idols of Clutia, and toaa we have
heard some of them fagotti we must
say that, in the main, fcey have been
very taotfui In their Oealtoes with
these things, bat ttn them
selves are now jioidiMg the whole sys
tem np to Miseme. flhfflßrihol Herald.
You Look Prematurely Old
Wine of Cardui
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color color* Hum any osher dye. One 10c. nnrtageeelott all Meat Mar dy sin SSf <lr t.. You **■
dye any .aruifcut without rtpiimj apart. Wu* for free booklet— ilovr , ■ ’ye. bleach ami Mia o*l WONltOll DEtIW (JO,, Union Vllie. lIlHMrt
He Knows i'.-'Ag&X
Oiled Clothing! V§Jfq/ J
that stands th exSßj ,pI wJH
hardest service, fj/f j /I
/' f j. tjn)
; j J pj
Mads for ail kinds R * fl
of wet work or spert
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060L6 'HAIR RESTORER, ?f ~ ~—>•
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5 bottles of Wine of Cardui, and am feeling better than in the past 7
years. My feet and stomach do not hurt, my female troubles have
gone, 1 am getting stouter and stronger, can do aD my housework, work
in the garden and tend to 260 little chickens."
Wine of Cardui acts directly upon the sick or disordered womanly
organs or functions. It is a natural, scientific, female tonic. It con
tains no dangerous minerals, or other deleterious ingredients, but is
purely vegetable, perfectly harmless and beneficial to young and old.
Every reliable druggist sells It, In $1 bottles. Try it
X ItNCi DUUH. your symptom*. ■taflfng age, and reply will be Bent in p ain
FOR LADIES T S£ Chattanooga, ’f’eun. D
W. L. DOUGLAS/^
$3.00 AND $3.50 SHOES THE'WOKLD v ja
w L. DOU6LAB $4.00 WIT EO6E SHOES MiMT 6£ EMAILED AT AMY POKE.
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PRLOESs IlC*
.lUnTsiio*., nr, to *IAO. Am. 9 to Women’. !<?
Klkm.h, W 4 feo. #l..’>o. Mijut**’ Si (liQA)' Shoe., SJS..SS to *I .<ll>.
W. L>. Doughis sluies are recognised by oxeert judge* of footwear
to be the beat in style, fit and wear taradueeu in this country. Bach L
part of the shoe and every detail of tbe makiflg is looked after '/Jfofc.
and watched oyer by skilled shoemakers, without regard to
time or cost. If I could take you into my large factqrms afc
Brockton, Itsw., and show you how earcfally W. L. Douglas
shoes are made, you would then uiulowtand why they hold thoir shape, m better,
wear longer, and are of greater value than any other makes. , .
W. 1,. Doogla" same and price 1* Kanp! * *l"* tx’i'orn; which.prelerSs the wewer rs.lnt hlKh
Kncxear.d iuferV.r ihoe*. Take lV<. ld by the Ix-gt.h™! dealer. Wrrry where.
PmI V (Mot JCytlet* mrd txrluritly. C-UuUu maUed frta. W. 1.. IMIKJI.AS, llrvoUtou.Mun.
CABBAGE P!an<, CELERY Plaids mmm
and .11 kludenf sard*, plai l u. Cart now fnrnWli <Ul.klnd of BgnH^KM
SjVtvtag lnU, ur<,vii ti. theT;*i *lr ond will Marwl gfetu cokt ‘crown ttuta
Ww W'flP teed* ol the next reliable we<fcmn We u*n the kune pin. la nu
OKWtA oturth<>a*.ri<l re truck. Jarn,. Plants crelully counted anil properly BaPwlml
iPtk*d. Celery rehtfy fait >.€ live, leltur*. Or.km and Beet plant*, same IfWl ffiliiS
tie e or <-rIW-f kedueed VMU*** ratfs prontlsed.whtch,whed esrtve Ktft Jjl JB*
ftc, Wj&fcEl Will rive us DO pet otio thrn rt.rrcluu.dli-orale* Prices: BnaiU ,ots liiliy filT 11
SI. EC per thouseml lariw lot fiorte •l.Kppr tpoMdud, h. O K S* KQLEI
setrs.H.i:. ArU.*V n wane SpineCncmaher S<*<l Wieei.ts jer pound. fcPvifcnaf
*, o. h. Peic.stts, S. C. ah. United HMa ArHi’nltural Oe.pertanntt
has s*bll*i*edanExiJrlDientaf Matlon n ekr My ms. to i*st all kinds of eegetaMsa, saph
eUUy Csbosgrs. Ibe remits or thssa esperlsltei'M we win be pleased to rtre yon at any time.
Tours laspeetfully S It MI.jfTCH COMPAJI Y. MSOtfETTS, •. .
41 I. FOBSYTH ST., ATLANTA, OA.
ianufictursr* of ami Dolor* in All Kind* of
Portable. Stationary and Traction Knglne*. Boil era,
Saw Mill, and Grist Mill., Wood-working aad Ski*,
gle Mill Machinery. Complete line oarried la teok.
Write for catalogue grloe*. Address all oommanlo*
tlonn to Atlanta. oa. We have ae connections la
II e ■ W——l I 1.1 I
]■/ Of many dancereus diseases W
# ™ The old folka know that I
# when Dr. A. Johnson eatabliahad in Ml* ■
V doHN S °L,N|jSEMT |
B For Internal and External u*a ■
■ he gare tnankl ml a aura household remedy K
B lor cold., cough., croup, grip, bronchitis, B
B cuts, burns, wound, and sore er lame
B muscle.. 23 and SO eta. At druggists.
■ I. S. JOHNSON 4 CO.. Both* Mu*.
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Stack Brokers. No. 53 Broadway, Now York CHy, N. T.