WAYCROSS WEEKLY HERA1J5
Xra. Xnuns V. Mumford, Nc
1 Olsen’s Court, Balt Lok. City,
Utah, writes: •
"Four montfaa ago I become
chilled through and through
by getting my (oat vet.
"The next morning I wee
atlff and aore with a severe
cold which had aattled all orar
my body. The blood eeemed to
rtiah to myhesd,eaostagdtssl-
uaaa and blinding headaebee.
“Ae Boon me Parana wee ra-
commended to me I decided to
give It a trial and am pleaaed
to aay that It cured me after
I had need It only two monthe.
"I think you here a eplendld
medicine and gladly endoree
'People preferring eotld medl-
elnea ehould call for Parana
tableta. Each tablBtleeqnlra-
lent to one average doee of.
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I. D. HAYES
Catarrh of Bronchial Tubes.
Hr. Wlckilff* R. Smith, editor of The
J'otlatch Herald, formerly principal of
tho school* at Cameron, Idaho, write*:
“For some time 1 suffered with ca-
fcirrh ot llio throat and brouchial tubes.
“I tried many remedies, hutronld And
nothing that would give me relief. Fi
nally I tried Peruna. Threo bottlescured
me, Bound and well. I believe it will do
aemuoh for others m It did for me."
REALLY KNOW WHAT PE-RU-NA IS.
ALICE J. '
R. SMITH .
W. Amory, 837 West Uth St., Sew York
City, New York, write, t , . ,
“Somehow I hare alwaya had a preJtuUoe agHoat adr.er-
tiaed medicine, hot I want to make o • decided exception
to fjYor of Pemna. ■
“I c.ogbt a cold laat winter and It aattled in throat J
and head, developing a moat peralitent catarrh, which I
f eemod to defy all medlclnea until 1 tried Parana. Before I
1 had uied two bottle. I eonildetcd myaelf cured.”
Those Who Slander
Peruna Know Noth
ing About It.
THE PEOPLE WHO (JSE IT ARE THE
ONLY RELIABLE WITNESSES.
These' Testimonials Were Given Out 6T Pure Gratitude
For The Benefit Received From Pe-ru-na.
Gained Thirty Pounds.
Mra. Allow i. Bordner, 1311 Maple Ava.,
Harriaburg, Pa., write*:
“I hare found a enre In ?ornna. I
cannot recommend Peruna enough, and
l also thauk you for yourhind attention
to me. I am aa well aa could be ever
alnce I began taking Peruna, and will
recommend it toothera. 1 only weighed
W pound* before taking Peruna: now 1
weigh iya.” v
Throat and It coo.
Mr%I. D. Kay on, JC37 Druid Hill, Bal
timore, MU., write*:
“Peruna la ono of tho beat remedies
for grippe, cold in tho head, acre throat,
ncrvotie headaches, and coughs that haa
ever been diacorered. After the u*a of
ono bottle in my family I don't feel eafo
without Parana In ray house.”
In a later letter Mr*. Hay on says: “I
am never without a bottle ot Peruna in
the houae. i find it good for moot every
complaint. I give the children Pemna
if they have a cold and it alwaya re
lieves them. I don't think I could find
a better remedy to give ray ohildreA.” ,
It la ao eaay to criticize thinga about
which tho critic knows nothing.
Take, for instance, Peruna. There are
plenty of people who aro w illing to aay
Perms ta this and that, who never have
tasted Peruna, and have no7or known
anything about it* effects upon, tho
There are people who aay, and proba
bly believe, that Peruna is used aa a
beverage by aomo people. It would
bethoeaaleettblngln tho world to show
the falsity of such a belief.
Lot any one who reads this go to the
drug store and purchase a bottle of
Pemna. If, after attempting to use it
aa a beverage or to take it In doses
sufficient to produoe anything like in
toxication, if after putting It to this
test such a portion is still of the opinion
that Peruna la a disguised alcoholie
drink, ho will be warranted in making
such a statement. Practically, Peruna
cannot be so used. Any on* who knows
anything about Peruna by personal use
knows that reruns is* medicine. The
very label on tbo bottle, giving the prin
cipal active ingredients, furnishes in
disputable proof that Pemna la a medi
cal compound. We will be willing to
guarantee that no normal person can or
will use Pemna as a-beverago. If
any one thinks this remedy can
bo so need ono trial will be sufficient to
disabuse his mind.
Peruna is a great and useful family
medicine. It is used in multitudes of
homes. It has become a standard rem
edy for various petty ailments In the
home. Itia especially useful for climatic
diseases. It la an excellent remedy for
colds. It is a well-tried remedy for ca
tarrh In all forms.
Wo have a multitude of testimonials
recommending it for colds, for bron
chitis, for varions affections of tho
respiratory and alimentary organa.
This la well known to all who know
Pemna by actual experience.
"Cures All Catarrtial Diseases.”
Mr. I. W. Kightlingor, Cambridge,
Neb., writes: “I don’t have any more
trouble in my throat, and have not had
a headache for four weeks.
“Peruna la the very medlolne for caw
tarrb. There ia no medlolne Ilk* it in
the United States, for I have tried a good
many before using Pemna.
I will keep It In my house to guard
against catarrh, as it carts all catarrhal
ADMIRAL EVANS WILL
President Will Jump .Capt .Wain-
wrlght Ovsr Heads Of 8svsral
Washington, Feb. 19.—It la stated
today that Admiral Evans in nil pro
bability will not command the United
Staicii batth'shlp fleet when it con
tinues its journey from Son Francis
co to Manilla.
Admiral Evans la to retire from
service on August IStn, and aa the
voyage will not bo completed by that
Jato he will turn over tho command
to his successor.
A roport m tho Navigation Depart
ment has It that tho President has
practically decided to elevate Capt.
Richard T. Walnwrlght to tho com
maud of tho great float. Captain
Walnwrlght is soon to bo advanced
to the rank of Rear Admiral and it is
believed that the President will Jump
Mm over several senior officers in
•rdcr to havo a man to command the
fleet who has at least two years ot
active service beforo him.
This Is also taken as an indication
that the fleet from tho Asiatic waters
will not be hurried.
MR. E. O’HAGAN LAID TO REST IN
Friends Believe That His Dsath'Was
Result Of Accldsnt. Suffered
’Greatly Prom Asthma.
The funeral of Mr. E. O'Hagen,
uho yesterday allot hlmsolf at 'nls
homo on Brower stroof, will bo held
ibis af;eraoon at 4 o'clock, (ho inter
ment occurred in Lott cemetery.
Tho funeral services will bo con
ducted at the residence by Revs. H.
V. Drewton, paster of Tilnlty Metho-
Jh‘t Church, and R. A. Brown, pastor
f the Presbyterian Church.
Whether tho killing of Mr. O'Ha.ten
CONSTRUCTION ON VA8T SCALE SENATOR KNOX INTRODUCED IN HONOR OF THE ANNIVERSARY V/ORST IN CHICAGO HI8TORY
SOON TO BEGIN j BILL IN CONGRESS OF THE ORDER.
Report Of Week's Industrial Opera-J Dill provides For Establishment Of
tion As Given By Incfcx. Twelve
New Incorporated Companies.
Postal Savings And to Pay In
terest Cf 2 Per Cent
Columbus, Ga., Feb. 19.—The Geer- By Telegraph To The'Vlerald.
gla and Alabama Industrial Index! Washington, Feb. 19.—Senator
says in Its regular Issue for this week:
"Although operations In all con
struction lines have been continued in
n unusual degree during tho Winter
niontns in Georgia and Alabama, the
opening of the Spring season Will wit
ness tho beginning of construction
Knox this afternoon introduced a bill
authorizing the establishment of % Pos
tal Savings Banks.
Ii is provided in the bill that ac
counts may be opened by any person
ten years old or over, and no leso
than ono dollar to be accepted from
Washington, Feb. 19.—It Is stated
.bit afternoon that Admiral Evans
will bid goodbyo to the fleet Imme
diately after the close or the feztlv
files la bis boner at San Francisco,
and that Capt. WalnwrighL who will
'then be Rear Admiral will hoist h*
suicide or wbstf’.or it was an ac-1 municipal and county structudes and
cident will probably never be known. J improvements, hotels, school -buildings
friends and acquaintances hero I churches, bridles, paving,' sewers,
’ waterworks systems and railroads. In
very extensive scale. This will in- « depositor. According to tho bill
elude residences, business buildings. Interests on the savings will bo paid
at tho rate ot two per cent, and It
There Will Also Be A Smoker Tonight
To Celebrate The Freedom From
Debt Of The K. of P. Hall Atto-
Savannah, 5 Ga., Feb. 19.—This after
noon tho Uniform Rank of the Kn&its
cf Pythias is parading in honor of
tho anniversary of the order. The re
cently elected officers of the various
companies were installed just before,
Is Blizzard New Racing In Middle
Sy Telegraph t 0 The Herald
Chicago, Feb. 19.—’The worst bliz
zard in the history of the Chicago
Weather Bureau, which swept tho en
tire west and southwest yesterday,
continues today unabated.
ic traffic cn the railroads of Mis
souri, northern Illinois, Wisconsin,
Arkansas and Nebraska is greatly lm-
By Telegraph To The Herald.
New York, Feb. 19.—The brand Ju
ry of Hudson county. New Jersey
mi* morning found an indictment for
murder in the Em degree against
Theodore Whitmore, who Is suspect
wd of killing bio wife In Lampblack
■wimp on CfarlsfraaO day. The
prisoner will bo arranged today.
bMi*. * -W-
are arm ta thdir belief la the acci
dent theory, thou fit] many circum-
nances bear out iho Idea of .ulclde.
Mr. O'Hagan was very nervous yes
terday morning, liavo been .ulTcrlng
severely from asthma the put few
lays, though when bo left lit. place
?f bu.lne.. Jest before noon there
was no ovldenco that he wu wor
ried more limn usual.
Two full bottleB of laujinum were
'hand In hi. pockets shortly after ills
'•nth, but this is accounted for by
fact that he has recently taken
, rye doses of the dru, tor tempor-
,.-y relief from suffering.
While temporarily embarrassed 0-
aaclnlly, Mr. O'Hagen wu perfectly
■;1 'vent, and in all llkllhood the finmn-
dll strain would only have been n
i.stter of n Short time.
SEABOARD TO DISCUSS
REDUCTION IN WAGES.
mases sued postal savinga banks
subject (o the same safeguards aa Is
surrounded other public monies.
The American battlesdlp fleet was
expected at Callad at about 8 o'clock
addition to the office buildings to be
erected in Birmingham, Ala., as ro-
perted In The Index nr Inst week, plans
nro announced this week tor the erec
tion of » nine-story stool and brlc*.
office building In that city. At Syl- "Spinning mill, Gadsden, Ala.; brick
vester, Ga, It Is proposed to expend < plant, Macon, On.; cord mill, foundry
(30,040 In building a waterworks eye- j extension and hammock factory, An-
tem and an eloottie light plant Tlf-jnlston. Ala.; ginnery, planing mill and
ton, Ga., boa sold (30,000 ot bonds, s'clngle mill, Wblghom, Ga.; Ice fac-
Ide proceeds from which will be used tory, Bessemer, Ala., and lee factory
tae parade. Tonight at the K. of V. paled and some ot the lined are made
Hall there will be a smoker to cele- impassible by tho heavy, snew depths,
bruto the freedom from debt of tho A number of fatalities are reported.
Knights of Pythias Association which
hn3 built and paid for the homo of the
Knights In Savannah. At this meeting
Gen. C. A. Cox. tho head of the Uni
term Rank of file state and Treasurer
of tho Association will be presented
RICHARD S. YEATE8, THE
STATE GEOLOGIST, DIE8.
.with a massive loving cup ns a token j Yeotea, -he Grr,’
of esteem by his Bellow Knights. Ev- diet! t'alj i:
3y Telegraph to Herald..
Atlanta, Ga., Fob. IS.—Richard 8.
By Telegraph ta Herald,
Raleigh, N. C„ Feb. it.—The off).
data ot the Seaboard Air Una Rail
road haa retjueated the district prea-
dents ot tha machlntata and carpen
era unions over their lines to report
t Portsmouth on Friday next for a
conference with the officials. It la
undentood that a reduction In tha
wagaa of all the mechanise will he
In making municipal Improvements.
Albany, Ga., la preparing to build n
city hall at a coat ot ((8.000 and
Woodlawn, Ala., will conatruct a city
hall at the cott ot (1S.000. Two build-
Inge wilt be erected for the Univer
sity ot Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Ala.,
and n library building will he Ton-
etructed tor the Alabama Polytechnic
Institute at Auburn, Ala* A bank
building at Easley, Ala. A bank
modeled. Church buildings will be
erected at Valdoata, Ga, Notaaulga,
Ala., Cordate, Ga, and EneltJ, Ala.,
waterworks system will ba con
structed at Lanett, Ala. Eight brid
ges are to be constructed of ateel or
reinforced concrete ta Jeffereoa coun
to Industrial Itoca
steady and substantial. Among the
to bo enlarged, Cuthbort, Ga.; tool
worka, Bessemer, Ala.; saw mill and
planing mill, Elberta, Ala.; railroad
to be extended for distance ot to
miles from Jasper, Ale.; coton com
press, Amorlcua, Ga
'At Gadsden, AIa; n land company
ta. been organised with capital stock
cf (75,000. 6lx hundred and sixty
acre* of coal land ware purchased at
Coaling, AIa At Mllledgerllle, Ga;
n tract ot toad will be divided Into
residence building lota which wilt Be
placed upon the market A building
and realty company haa been organ
ised at Birmingham, AIa
"Contracts tor paring have been
awarded in two dues and contract
baa been awarded at 8ea!e, AIa, for
remodeling county court house.
-Twelve new corporations with to-
cry ledge In Savannah has contribut
ed to the gift wbldii will be presented
on behalf of the Knights by Past
Chancellor Jacob Gazsn. Gen. Cox
does not know a word ot the surprise
In store for him and be will be taken
completely off bis guard when tne
presentation la made.
years_ c f age.
.' an illr.033 of
ValC3 was 59
plant! to he established, at reported tal minimum capital stock ot (1(7,000
by The ladax this week are: jem reported
Willie Rogera, Who Killed Hit Wife
Will Be Hanged On Friday In
Tha County Jail-
Savannah, Ga* Fab. 10.—Willie
Rogers, who killed bis wife laTep-
tember, 1906, Is preparing for iSftth
and unless Governor Smith Interfere
ea ha will ba hangad on Friday morn
ing to tho county JalL
Rogers secs a minister two or three
times each day and aoems to have
abandoned all hope of escaping the
gallown His father goes to ace him
freguently to condole with him and
is,-1st him to bearing np utdsr the
DENIED THAT THAW
WILL 0UE FOR DIVORCE.
By Telegraph to Herald.
New York, Feb. 19.~Emphatic de
nials are made by ell interested of
tho report that Harry Thaw will do-
vorce his wile. Attorney O'Reilly
emphatically denied the .Interview
Just published and attributed t* him
In which be U Quoted aa saying that
a divorce oult will be Hied and its
action will be baaed on tbs reports
that lira. Thaw was seen dining with
a prominent. financier recently. Mrs.
Thaw also denies that she dined with .
him, end Edward R. Thomas, who 1*'
I* reported wea the man teen with
Mra. Thaw, declared that the report
must be e cate of mistaken Identity.
His wife says that Ur.'Thomas dlnod
- homo on the night to Question,
A man may live a long time by tak-
graat ordeal through Which hu is pas»-’ tn * *v>maeh but he can ea-
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