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Don't neglect your cough.
Stati.tic thow that in New York City
alone over 200 people die
every week from
And mott of thei
be living now if they had not neglected the
You know how quickly Scott's
Emulsion enables you to throw off a
cough or cold.
ALL DUCC3Tfl, . AND M.
has beiiu put ou a post at
tithiiio (still on Musket Itidge
rung whenever yen mred a
1 he atktr ball without a
asd when yen doa't
pradlin will deliver
!(ur at the ecfcool hiu
ll"W I FeeWtaTi;.) lWn
Hancock whokaa Leu run
clock at kia ! in lite
which button him he
iloorvfo played on
iJeon at tho Hog Kurd enter-
i Saturday Bight ad reader-
r Sweet Heme ao afleetirelj
rly evarybedr got op aad
' .! from the iioigkborbeed ef
; ration was buried a lew days
4t the Dog Hill grave yard.
t is generally believed that he
id there is some room to be
".at ho was not, therefore l'lcteh
p lias bcon appointed to guard
holt at Hye Straw Ut
a. was not Tory well attended
iad become generally known
a ' wa going to ing. No dif-
' s took place, and aside from
ract that several tnulos broke
while the singing was going on
g exciting or interesting
Dock Hocks, the leader sung
and all the waj through kept a
w tc.i behind so that the crowd
J hear him good. Miss Fruiie
p carried tho tinner part, and
got so high that the owls
the loft had to move.
Smith's drove of dawgs were
rnghteHed last night when they
i a strange something up a tree
he Gander Creek bridge, and
i not go near unt(l Fit went and
' shot gun. An attempt was
made to capturo it and both Fit
lie dawgs were greatly sui prised
a it turned out to be Tobe Moicly.
n he climbed down ho had a sack
"boulder that contained a side
u. It was after midnight and
refused to explain away the
will take place at tho
1 -rd church Monday and
ht h qti the following ijucxtioti
1 irth was only about (500 years
u tho flood came, (a is
m tho Sth chap., 13th verse,
how was it that Sotli, who
' pleasure to tell our readers
i Cough Cure like Dr. Shoop's.
rs Dr. Shoop has fought against
Chloroform, or other unsafe in-i
commonly found in Cough
Dr. Shoop it seems, has
hI tho Pure Food and Drug Law
v enacted, for he has worked
miliar lines for many years.
Tly 20 years Dr. Shoop's Cough
tnlncra have had a warning
' "" them ngajnst Opium and
rcotic iioisiona. Ho has thus
possible for mothers to protect
ddren by simply " Insisting on
"f Shoop's Cough Cure. Sold
' " & Taylor.
Jhe 2 Hogs.
Children's Story from Hogwallow,
One day two hogs met in the road.
Hogs as a rule do not talk much,
outpido of fabler, so this must be ouo.
iiU'l... ... ...n in miinli fnt(rr and I
"" wir nurd aon of Adam and Kve.
lived !!:! war? This to be a very
iiiiinitaiit and tho depity
constable and a99itaut coroner will
be on hand.
The twtriu of bee. that ha nail
poueMion of the ou lor.
of Hi j Ouioa Mkool hot ,nte
the; ,uit wort laat fJJ. laft for part
Uonag the poatawater a abaeeec ia
UTickville jail, the pit-
sboeld ae that p. o. door is
IomkI at eight to keep the how. oat.
The are takiog
of ike Baddy wettker b
their nests oa ibe poeloftce and
I, .j.. ii) cnercb euw iottead of waiting till
.f them, as tby !.,,. t,k Upriag. Thie is a wise ot
there all day with bis gita,
we will aot have the six
week bad weather thdt would kave
been ordained had the gaouad bog
oo m out and on kit shadow.
Instruction for Monnting the
Stairway Prosody First put yourself
at th'obattom of the stain, faee
forward, then, placing your forefoot
firmly on the first step, raise the sec
ond foot to the next step above, aud
as one stair U higher than the one
below, you will only have to keep
your feet in motion to reaeh the top.
It is then proper to turn and stare at
A faee, and with otep full of life
pasaod up the street.
Cloecly behind followed another
man. Iln head hung low and his
stops were slow. Hii uncle had just
died. Instead of sunihlne on his
face there was the shadow of trouble,
and he walked along with his eyes on
tho grouud he spicp a twenty dollar
bill. The shadow of sorrow lifted
from his face long enough for him tc
pick up and put the money in his
If his uncle hadn't died the man
might have overlooked the money.
Neglected Colds Threaten Life.
(From the Clilcajo Tribgnei
"Doiii trifle with a cold, u rood for
pilent met) and women It may be vital in the
eaeof a child Pro food food teatilatlon
and dty. warm eiethim are the proper tafejnardt
ajalrnt col.U. If ir are maintained throucb
the changeable weather of autumn, winter and
ipriflf. the chaRC. of a 'arpfUe from ordinary
olds will be slight Hut tho ordinary licht oold
will Income seveir if ncilortoa, and a well nub
lished ripe cold h to tho letMt of diphthotla
what honor It to tho bee Tbo riciMcot raeaaaee
to chlUI life at Mason cf Um rear is tho
netleolfideold.' WhMliri u it a child or ad.ll.
the cold sllehl ot en- the eiy best
that e be adopted i n ie Chamber-Iain's
Ceucb Kamedr It ' aa.1 saro The
Ktut twfMtlarity and immense l. of this preparation
has boo attaiaod b in reaurktWe euros
of this alliNoM A told n.v.i H paettaio
nla whon it Is eivmn For sal ) I H Oiai4
'!.. .. rub hog with
j a sob, "but
I certainly wish I
oould put up as
, "well an appearanse as you do. Now
evcu if I ffa8 elick and fat I'd have
to o aud dingraco
myself by rooting
up somebody 'h potato patch, and
wlion my temper got tho least bit
arousod tho hair
down on my back
would nsoup like a yellow dog's."
---. b . moiiol
disgusted with itself and after tho
fine hog had strolled away, it went
over and laid down in a mud hole.
"Well, there's one consolation; The
fine hog can't get the comfort out of
a mud hole that I cm for he'd spoil
liis looks while a coat of mud im
proves me by hiding my
and back bones.'
At lant hog-killing time, which is
truly the judgment day in the hog
world, came, and the fine hog and
the scrub one stood side by side,
when the owner passsd judgment.
"Well men, kill this big black one.
He'll weigh throe hundred. And
this raior back, well turn him in the
corn Sold. He's not fat enough to
.Moral Cheer up
. Sale, Sure and Speedy.
No external remedy ever yet devised
hua ao fully and unquestionably met
theoo throe prima conditions as
as Allrock's Platters. They
are safe because they contain no
drug and are manufactured up
on noontinc principals of medicine.
They are aure became nothing gpoa into
thorn except ingredients which are
exactly adapted to tho purposes for
wlch a plaster is required. Thay nro
-needy in their action beeauso tlnrfr
medicinal qualities goes right to their
work relieving pain and restoring Uio
natural and healthy performance of
functions of muscles, nerve and skin.
big daeee was palled of tooiirht A"ock'g Masters are the orginal and
at the acta, of Klitck Hellw.eger , J ' P P" and like most
... . . . p I meritorious articles hav been
n oeiekratioe ef greeed bo day. j,,vy imiuteJ. therefore always make i
The ground dog did aot come out of
his hole today as lUi Barlow stood
aure and get the genuine Allcock's.
Do You Want a Sewing Machine Free?
We will ghe a fine sewing machine
made by tne New Homo Company
absolutely free to the first person sending
us one hundred subscriptions to
tho l'ross, provided that ten of the
names are those of new subscribers,
not now on our books. This contest
runs one hundred days. All contestants
and their lists must be in our
office on or bofore Tuesday April 30th.
The Press of May '2nd, will announce
the winuer and also the second prize
from the nearest competitor.
A Stlch in Time
will save aloe So will pottle of llallard't
llorehound Syrup always sept on hand tae
many a spelt ef skkoeM A sure care for Coughs,
Colds, liroschitis and Whooping Couch Mrs
S .Hot Sprints, Ark. writes; "I keep a bolt e of
llallard't llorehound Syrup In my medicine chest
and thank my forethought many times. It has
prevented" many severe spells of sickness " I 11
"Little Check" for $20,000.
Karon Henri de Rothschild the millionaire
doctor ot medicine, attended at
the Academy of Medicine In Parla,
where Dr. Polrler, at the cloae of a
masterly lecture, expressed regrtt that
France had no cancer Institute. Dnroa
Henri sent up a note to tha lecturer
expre ing His pleasure at the lecture
and Inclosing a "little check toward
the preliminary expennej vf the Institute."
which represented $20,000.
pipes nre good as, and more economical
tliau, metal onw.
For Biliousness and Sick Headach
Take Orino l.aiative fruit Syrup It sweetens
the stomach, aids digestion and acts as a gentle
stimulant on the liver and bowels without Irritating
these organs Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
cures biliousness and habitual constipation
Does net nauseate or gripo and (t mild and
pleasant to take Kemembcr the name OKINO
and relate to accept any substitute J H Orme. I
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tnnfc
kS.ffodiftl!.SS.?? ye'. AYJ"8 Ann Sales over One and a Half Million
' "SSVS!!VS.Saepyw7 Wo Cure, No Pay. 50c
WM cvny wuB w m iwttat, package of Grove's Black Hoot. Liver Pits.
The Mmlt of Confidence.
I' ho iii'riil. fan ... i- :-:.-.i "u"'1 niniwcmcni nas neon
d.v newspnper reports or a
sormon recently preached by a noted
clergyman, ire was appealing to the
people to repose In their pastors the
same degree of trust with which they
followed the ndvlre of their lawyerr
and their doctors. "If,M be Is reported
to have said, "you get a prescription
from your doctor, you take
the medicine truthfully." Then he
phnmpnrascd Tennyson'a noble lines
"Yortrf) not to reason why,
Tours but to do and die."
We are quite sure that the goo man
Aid not realize what an Interpretation
Ms word might bear. New York
Special Announcement Regarding
the National Pure Food and
We are pleated 10 announce that I'oley'a Honey
and Tar for couf lit, coldi and lungi troubled i
not affected by the National Pure I'ood and
Dru law at it contain! no opiates or other harm
ful drui. and we recommend it a a safe remedy
for children and adults J II Orme
Yo Scribe Apologise.
We must apologize to our reader
for the small amount of editorial. We
have been sick abed and unable to
vvlelil the tripod with our customary
nhlllly. Tlie doctor what waited on u
!,! ..... ..... ..(... 11 jt.
l- ivjin milium iiuiu u
riln nf lillllr loer nml Turin
How wo got It we don't know,
wo ain't Iteen drink nothing but
sqrirnd wlilky ftr several mouths.
Hardeman Cree I'r.wji
Always to be Depended Upon
When a person sets tin in thi
moraine: with a dull headacho and
a tired, stretohs feoling, it is an
eertain iudioatiou that tho liver,
or bowels, or both, are decided out
At such times Nature, the wisest
and best of all doctors, takes this
means to give warning that sheuceds
the help and gcntlo assistance which
can best be obtained freni that old
family remedy, Brandreth Pill,
which has been in uso for over a century.
They are the same fine laxative
tonic pill your grandpart used, when
doctors were few and far between
and when people had to have remedy
that could absolutely be depended
Hrandreth's Pills can be depended
upon and are sold in every drug and
medicine store, eithe plain or sugar-coated.
"No," said Ardupp. "I never blow
my own horn."
"Find It difficult to raise the wind,
eh?" said Ultrkins.
Neglected Colds Threaten Life
"Don't triffle with a cold," ia good
advice for prudent men and women. It
may be vital in the case of a child
Proper food, good ventilation, and drv.
warm clothing are the proper
against colds. If they are
maintained through the changeable
weather of autumn, winter and spring,
the chances of a surprise from ordinary
colda will be slight. But the ordinary
light cold will become severe
if neglected, and a well established ripe
should be sunshine in the home, and will b if I cold is to the germs of diphtheria what
you five it While's Cream Vcrmifuf e the best
vtorm medicine offered to tu&erinc humanity.
This remedy is beconiinr the permanent fixture
of all households. A mother with children can t
tl alont without a bottle. Qt White's Cream Yer.
mlfuje In the Viome J II Orme.
ChapMfrh I was all broke up ovah
a Klrl once, doncher know.
Miss Knox Ah, I Bce! And oome of
the pieces were lost
'Everybody Should Know"
says C j Hays a prominent twines man of
Mutt. Mu that Htteklon's Arnica Salve it the
quickest and suiatt healing salve ever applied to
a srr. barn or wound, or to a case of pile I ve
used it and know what I'm talking about.' Cuar
anloed by I H Orme Druggist JK.
. , ,, . . .1 surface covered with
flnor looking than me. caid tho runt prnmrnti0n. Jt I l els
"'Well," roplied the fine looking
hog, 'I am jus,t naturally a better
grado of hog. You arc nothiug but
a common razor-back animal, from
dcscndantH raised ou and
mumpkius, while my anoostor were
fed on swill from tho fine hotel."
"Well, I uuosa you ae right,"
Ons Plpii of Paper.
Gas pipe of paper are being made
in France. Manila paper Is cut Into
trips equal to the length of tho pipes
to ho made. They are then placed In a
retch cr filled with melted asphalt and
wrapped around a core of Iron until
the desired thickness Is reached. After
being submitted to a strong pressure,
the paper Is coated with sand, cooled,
the core withdrawn and the outer pipe
claimed that theso
honey is to tho bee. The greatest
menace to child life at this season of
year is the neglected cold." Whether
it is a child or adult, the cold slight or
severe, the very best treatment that
can be adopted is to give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is safe and sure.
The great popularity and immense sale
of this preparation has been attained
by its remarkable cures of this ailment.
A cold never results in pneumonia
when it is given. For sale by
Haynes & Taylor.
nlavivi in tlto Congo Country.
n roriffo Free State embraces 000,-OCA
en-Hire miles of territory and has
vome 17,0 .0,000 of population. The
oico .msoclatlon, originally formed
trder the patronize of King Leopold,
hn.il for one of Its chief obejets tho
suppression of the slavo trado, and
whs intended also to open the Congo
region to Industrial and commercial
development. Even If tho charges of
barbarous cruellies and mutilations be
held uuder reserve, Jt appears to bo
proved by tbo report of the Bolgian
commission that the natives of the
Congiv Free State are kept In a condition
practically indistinguishable from
that of slavery. Thoy nre controlled
In their goings and coinings and In
their vocations to a degree that
appears to deprive thorn of liberty
and tho pursuit of happiness, even
If it docs. not In some cases deprive
them of life Itself. Now York Times.
Use a little KODOL. after your mealt and it will
be found lo afford a prompt and efficient relief,
KODOL nearly approximates the digestive Juices
It digests what you eat It is sold on a guaranteed
relief plan Sold here by J H Orme.
A CONDENSED ROMANCE.
A Sketch, Written for the Hog
And it came to happen that a young
woman's lover went to a far away
land and remained so long that he
became married to another.
The young and forsaken woman
grieved a long year or two, and then
decided it was better to be married
badly than not at all, and Bhe got
ready to embrace the first chance.
Presently an old man came along
aud she accidentally smiled at him,
and he wanted her to become his wife.
Then closely following came another
one, who was young and good to look
at, but he was poor why, ho'hadn't
have over sixty cents to save his soul,
whilcas the old man had great wealth.
"Oh!" she hibsed to her image in
the mirror. "I must marry I That's
a foregone determination. Now
which shall it be? I lovb neither,
but like them both. And I think I
would be acting a mighty fool if I
choose tho moneyless man. I'll take
the old follow! He cannot live loug
and after he has douo tho Supremo
Shuttle I'll still be a fascinating
young lady, with my nast warmly
feathered with kale-seed, and thou
I'll wait and wait and who knows?
my own lover may stray baek to mo
Woll anynav, she married the
old geiitlemau. and he was tickled
noarlv to death.
They both lived, however, and af
ter a lapse of time equal to tou years
had passed, the young wife stretched
out and died. The old man lived
happily onward and succeeded in
has a very bad effect on your system.
It disorders your stomach
and digestive apparatus, taints your
blood and causes constipation, with
all 1U fearful Ills.
la a bland tonic, liver regulator, and
It gets rll of tbApotson3 caused
by of hie, and quickly
cures bltloue headaches, dizziness,
Iocs of appetite, nausea, indiges
tion, constipation, malaria, chills
and fever, jaundice, nervousness,
Irritability, meUnchoUa, and all
sickness due to uMsorderod liver.
It Is not a cathartic, but a cent!,
herbal, liver which 8&sa&
Price 25c at all Druggists.
In 1370 Queen Elizabeth was presented
with a pair of silk stockings
by her tire woman and afterward
never wore any other kind.
This it to certify that all drujiitti are
to refund onr money if Foley's Honey and
Tar fails to cure jour cough or cold It stops the
cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results
from a cold Cures la grippe cough and
prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains
no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package
Refute substitutes 1 II Orme.
"I never was so unhappy In all my
"It's Dr. Sawyer, tho mean old thing.
He Is deceiving me. tie "said my husband
needed a rest, and advised California."
"Well, I spoke about my Cousin
Gertrude being out there and suggested
that It would bo nice for Georgo
nml me to go together for a good long
"Then the doctor got mysterious,
nnd said: 'Go back to work, George,
It isn't rest that you need nftcr all.'
There's something queer ohout the
case. I'm awfully worried, and they
won't tell me the truth."
Hilary K Adolr, a western detective,
replied to tho tojt "Detectives'
nt n dinner In Omaha.
"Speeches pregnnut with meaning
often help tho detective tn his delicate
work," said Mr. Adair. "Often a
speech of eight or ten words will re.
"Thus f onco knew how things
stood In a Mllwnukee Souse when I
henrrt a Milwaukee -woman say to her
husbnnd. 'Jim, do you know you talk
In your nlcepj and the man replied.
.-.., uu juu urgmusr me inose rew
words?' " Philadelphia Bulletin,
"WHISKY" COLI CURES.
Danger of Using AloHllc Mixtures tf
Laying aside all moral objections
against filling up the system with
whisky or drugs because one has a
caugh or cold, the dangerous physical
effects should be sufficient to kcop
one from usiiir these strong medicines.
A thoroughly scientific way to
treat a cough and cold as well as a
sensible method is to breathe Hyomei
through tho neat pocket inhaler that
conio with ever outfit. Tho firrit
breath of its hoaling medication relieves
the irritation, and its continued
use oon eiToots a thorough cure.
The bent people in f always
koop Hyoinci in tho house dining the
winter months, at tho first symptoms
of n cold or bronchial troubles, uso
tho remedies, and prevent serious
and lasting illnoss. The guarantee
that a give with every Hyomei
outfit should convince you of its curative
powers. A complete Hyomei
outfit cost but $1.00, extra bottles if"
needed 50c, and a guarantee to
refund the money if it docs not give
For Rheumatict Sufferers.
The quick relief from pain afforded by apply,
log Chamberlain's Pain Halm makes It a favorite
with sufferer! from rheumatism, sciatica, lama
back, lumbago, and deep seated and muscular
palot, For tale by J H Orme.
The Yazoo-Mississippi Valley.
Is the title of a new pamphlet now
ready for distribution and published
by the Illinois Central Railroad Company.
It describes in detail the resources
ane possibilities of the richest valley
in the United States. For a free
copy address the undersigned at
J. F. Merrv,
General Immigration Agent.
Wintry indt whined weirdly Willie Wriggled
while Winnie wheeled wretchedly Wisdom
whupers. winter winds work wheetet Wherefore
we write, "Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup, Nothing else so good Sold by II
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County J ss
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F.J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the.
sum of One Hundred Dolars for each
and every case of Cattarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this Cth day of December,
A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. Gleason.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
and acts dirctly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggist, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
"Giaracter," remarked the thoughtful
thinker. "Is one thing and reputation
Is quite nnother."
'Wherein do thoy differ?" queried
the very young man.
"A good character Is n luxury," explained
the T. T., "but a trood rennta.
tlon 13 n neeestlty."
Neighbors Got Fooled
"I was literally coughing myself to
death, and become too weak to leave
my bed; and neighbors predicted that I
would never leave it alive; but they
got fooled, for thanks be to God, I was
induced to try Dr. King's New Discover'.
It took just four one dollar bottles
to completely cure tho cough and
restore me to good sound health,"
writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of Grover-town.
Stark Co., Ind. This King of
cough and cold cures, and henler of
throat and lungs, is guaranteed Jy
Haynes & Taylor, Druggist 50c.
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