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VE EXHIBIT. j
Poods and Their Aeeesaoriea>.
r Avery dainty pamphlet has been is.
sued by the Division of Foods and Their
Accessories of the Pan-American Ex
position at Buffalo. The food work at
the Pan-Ameriean comes under the
general department of Horticulture.
Forestry and Food Products, of which.
Mr. Frederic W. Taylor is superintend
ent. Mr. G. Edward Fuller, as assistant
superintendent, has entire charge off
the Division of Foods and Their Acy
cessories, and he has prepared himself
for unusual work in this line by Spe
cial travel and study such as r.o one
else probably ever undertopk with the
same object. This pamphlet calls the
attention of jobbers of f eas, coffees
and spices and all dealers; in food prod
ucts generally and thetv accessories to
the interesting, useful and educational
work in tbeir lines of business which
is going on for the Pan-American Ex
position of 1801.
The assistant Superintendent, Mr.
Fuller, says: “In the far east there are
foods and condiments of which we are
almost utterly ignorant here, and one
of the alms of the food exhibit will be
to educate the people of the western
hemisphere to the cultivation of the
products which flourish in the east. It
will be my aim to show how simple
and profitable it would be, for instance,
to grow in the West Indies what is
grown in the East Indies. The climate
and soil conditions are remarkably
similar, and the conditions are favor
"The best proof obtainable or desira
ble that the soil and the climate of the
West iDdles is as favorable as that of
the East Indies for the production of
Bpices is already available. The prod
ucts now received from the West In
dies are not equaled by those from any
other section of the world. At the
present time they grow better allspice,
ginger and red pepper there than any
where else on the globe, and the va
nilla bean, which Is queen of spices, as
the nutmeg is king, Is found nowhere
in the world in such perfection as in
Mexico. The coffee grown in Mexico
has a flavor obtainable in no other cof
fee, not even the Mocha or Java sur
passing It Emperor William of Ger
many appreciates that fact, and all of
the coffee used in the royal household
Is sent from our nearby republic. Ven
ezuelan cacao, from which chocolate Is
made, is superior to the East Indian
"With the view of massing together
In one effective, instructive and useful
exhibit the economic plants, vines and
trees of tropical Pan-America which
produce teas, coffees, spices, and kln
*jthings, It has been decided to
appropriate considerable space at the
Itiojo for their dis
itlng colk itioh to
in attractive con
provided, while a
t to this, will con-
as weil as rare
■SJlustrate a va
\tba head of
r onus anu 1 near lies.’
"It is a fact well k\‘ \to experts
In exhibition matters tW scattered
display of special articles
while a condensed exhibit
■PfFktrouble and expense
lln making this collection
unique aud unparalleled.
"It is Intended to make the exhibit 1
of red peppers the finest and most ex
tensive collection ever made, \y|th the
object of demonstrating icyafflfini ex
of food’ can pro
duce all consumed In
to vast quantities of red
Asia aud Africa every year because
Pan-Americans are not nctively alive
to their own interest In this important
II YOUR LIFE WORTH 50 CENTS?
We defy the world to prodace * me
dioine for the oare of sll forms of Kid
ney and Bladder troubles, P.les and
all diseases peculiar to women, that
will equal Smith’s Sure K'dney Cure.
Ninety-eight per cent, of the oaaee
treated with Smitb’e Sure Kidney Cure
that bare come under our observation
have been cured. We sell our medi
cine on a positive guarantee, if direc
tions are followed, and money w'll be
refunded if cure La not effected. Prloe
COcen'a. For sale by ail druggists *
| After He Comes
the'has a hard enough time, Every
f thing that the expectant mother
J ,'can do to help her child she should
J jdo. One of the greatest blessings
55 .she can give hitn is he ,Ith, but to
JL do this, she must have health ber-
JjJ self. She should use every means
*1 to improve her physical condition,
jt She should, by all means, supply
1 take her
i the crisis
and vigor to the
in sense will
h, the less
j, there will be.
I A woman living in Fort Wayne,
Ind„ says: "Mother’s Friend did
J wonders for me. Praise God for
* Read this from Hunel, Cal.
4 ” Mother’s Friend is a blessing to
J all women who undergo nature’s,
J ordeal of childbirth.”
Get Mother’s Friend at tha
J drug store. 91 per bottle.
THE BRADFICLD REGULATOR CO.,
2 Write for our free Illustrated book, “ Before
2 Baby Is Born.'*
711, oftnn o ih ifc i>nllnnr.
NOTICE TO VOTERS.
Bbcnswick, Nor. A, 1900. ~
To the Voters of 26th Dist. G. M.,
Glynn County:—l respeotfully solloit
the rotes, and ask the support of nyy
friends and fellow-oitizena of the 26tb
Dist, G. M., of Glynn county, for the
office of Justice of the Peace for slid
District, at the election to be held
next month, December, 1900.
A. W. Ooiuceb,
Tbe kidneys are small but important
organs. They need help occasionally.
I’rlokly Ash Bitters i* a successful
kidney tonio and eystem reysiUtorv
W. J. Butts.
Yoe, Auguet;;Flower <;atlH has the
largest saie|of any medicine In the olv
ii ized world. Your mother* and grand
mothers never thought of using any
thing else por Indigestion or bilious
ness. Doctors were scarce; and they
seldom heard of apendtcltls, nervous
prostration, heart failure, etc. They
used August Flower to clean out the
system and stop fermentation of undi.
treated food, regulate the action of the
liver, stimulate the action of the ner
vous and organic system, and; that Is
alt they took when feeling dull and bad
with headache and other Caches. You
only need a few doses of Green's Au
gust Flower, in liquid form, to make
you satisfied there la. nothing serlouf
the matter with you Sample bottler
at Butts drugstore or Browa Drug C
Should bs In every household made
oine chest. Tt affords certain relief
For Asthma use CHE
The Quakers Are
The Quaker Herb Ton
ic is not only a bicod
purifier, but a Bloot!
a k 1-r furl’ll' •
A si I l' MI t >
tem. It ie a medicinefo^^^Bmß
ft is a purely vegetable medicineTimW
can be taken by the moat deiicate
Kidney disease, Rheumatism arid all
diseases of the Blood, Stomach anti
Verves toon suedumb to its wonderful
'ffeot on,the human system. Thous
ands of people in Georgia recommend
It. Price SI,OO.
QUAKER J'AIN BALM is the tried
Icine that the Quaker Doctor made oh
of his quick cures with. It’s anew and
wonderful medicine for Neuralgia
Toothache, Baokacbe, Rheumatism
Sprains, Pain in Bowels; in fact, al
pain nan be relieved by it. Price Sic
QUAKER WHITE WONDER SOAP
a medicated soap for the skin, snaij
*nd complexion. Price 10c a cake.
QUAKER HEALING? SALVE,
vegetable ointment for the cure o'
tetter, eczema and eruptions of thi
•kin. Price 10c a box.
FOR BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
F. A. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor
PoUulTs Drug Store
SAYS THE WILL SURPASS
the aantis fair.
Tell* Chairman J. IS. Seatchcrd the
Halt 11a* No* Ueen Told of the
Grandeur nnit Beauty of the Kxpo
•ltlon ut KuSldlo.
“Scatcherd. you- did not praise it half
So spoke tlipdistinguished statesman
and famous after dinner orator. Sen
ator ChnuiHoy M. Depew. ns he stood
iu the center of the grounds of the
Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo
and gazed upon the beautiful struc-
tures surroutiding him on every side
and now approaching completion.
Senator, Depow had come to Buffnto
to uulivea ai: address. Ills first destine.
NEW YORK STATU BtULDINO.
on arrival in the city was to be driven
to the grounds of the Exposition. The
remark quoted above was addressed to
Chairman John N. Sea teheed of the
executive committee of tbe Exposition,
who had told Senator Dcpew of the
progress made in the building of the
Exposition when they had met in Eu
rope last summer. Mr. Sentoherd had
dwelt long and eloquently upon the
success which had attended the organi
zation and construction of the Exposi
tion, and “Our Chtttinccy's” expecta
tions were high. Nevertheless antici
pations are not equal to realization.
Looking upon the scene before him
from tha sight of the grand Triumphul
Bridge, he saw to his right the stately
proportions of the United States Gov
ernment buildings, to the left, across
the spacious Esplanade, the charming
architectural effects of the Graphic
and Mines build
ings, while the vast Machinery and
Transportation building, now almost
complete, wus seen In Hie background
to the left. Opposite It, across the
Court of Fountains, xvas the Manufac
tures and lAJieral Arts building, and
the Electric q’ower could lie seen ris
ing skywattl In the distance at the fat
end of the vast court,'wfffr-the towers
and minarets of other buildingsi out
lined against the horizon. As Mr. De
pew took in this Impressive scene the
exclamation hurst from his lips that
the half had not been told.
Later in the day the popular orator
addressed an audience which filled! i
overflowing Buffalo’s great Convent!,
hall. In the opening lines of Ills speech
the speaker declared: “Six weeks ngo
I was at the Universal Exposition at
Paris. Today I went through the
grounds where your Pan-American Ex
position Is to be held. I felt that Buf
falo is going to do at least twice ns
well qs Parts.”
For b**ne, B )f,on bak-d, ill slz t—
betier than can he b&k-il at borne—call
on W. H. Di V.e.
An antiaeptio alter striving. Glar
at WHY ,
Rttiona for H Ijt Marvelous Success—
His New, Free Book.
■ Hr. Hathaway’s method
of treatment Is no experl-
K w'lA mont. it Is tlie result of
■ twenty years of experi-
JHflfe flfc fj enco In tho most exten-
WTm II siTB Practice of any
p4h > J specialist In his lino In
tlie world. He was grad-
IV '.l" uated from one of the
jWfjM'L best medical colleges In
010 country and porfoct-
JSwK ed his medical and surgl
cal education hy exten
~ slve hospital pmotlce.
■Mhcoft-v.ionu! career lie made disev-
at the head of his proles-
IgnHnkjMlmr Kli’it arc generally
n and w if.,n.
i“' ’ rn
S®Weil eaeh year t;ntiroHS|jSc|gd?J *
Invariable as to bo the *
Enjoying the largest practice of jmy spe< > .
In tho world he still maintains a system of nornCh
nal fees which makes it possible for all to obtain j
Dr. Hathaway treats and cures boss of Vitality,
Varicocele, Stricture, niood Poisoning In Its dif
ferent stages. Rheumatism, Weak Hack, Nerv
ousness, all manner of s Th Inary Complaints,
Ulcers’, Horos and Skin Diseases, lirlglits Disagio
and all forms of K Idney Troubles. ills treatment
for undertoneii rnon restoros lost vitality and
makeg tho patient a strong, well, vigorous man.
Dr. Hathaway's success In tho treatment of
Varicocele and Htrlcture without the aid of knife
r cautery Is phenomenal. The patient Is treated
by tbit method at his own /ionic without pain or
ktss of time from business. This Is positively tho
only treatment which cureswithoutan operation.
Dr. Hathaway calls tho particular attention of
sufferers from Varicocele and Stricture to pageg
27,28,29, 30 and 31 of tils new book, entitled,
“Manliness, Vigor, Health,” a copy of which win
be tent free on application.
Write today tor free book and symptom blank,
mentioning your com plaint.
•J. NEWTON HATHAWAY. M. D.
Dr. Hathaway *Oo*
M Dry an •treat, “uieanatl Qm.
There is no end of
Old Virginia Cheroots
to waste, as there is no finished end to
cot off and throw away. When you
buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for
five cents, you have more to smoke,
and of better quality, than you have
when you pay fifteen cents for three
Five Cent cigars.
TLfee hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this
year. Ask youf own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. a
CHUE HALL, Proprietor
Youjcan get,.the best the market affords by eating here
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206 and 203 fcHouceiter Street.
A Timbb-Call reporter visi'ed the
oys'er factory yegterrlsy and things are
cir ainly being pushed, The main
building !s very near completed, and
ederj ihiog will be teadf for work very
Fresh Sauer kraut, at W. H. Dt-
A Night of Tcri’pr.
“Awful anxiety was felt fortlcfe widow of the
brave (ten Ilurnhain.of Maclilrs, Site . when the
doctors said the could cot lire tl.’l. morning,
wrttee Mrs. 8. H. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful night. “All thought shw must
soon die from Pneumonia, but she begged for
Dr. King's Now Discovery, Htfinxjli^Uri,ris
once saved her lif^m^fc^jM^^HKof
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