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Most people know that if they have
been aick they need Scoffs Emulsion
to bring back health and strength.
But the strongest point about Scoff's
Emulsion is that you don't have to be
sick to get results from it.
It keeps up the athlete's strength, puts fat
on thin people, makes a fretful baby happy,
brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, and pre-vents
coughs, colds and consumption.
Food in concentrated form for sick and
well, young and old, rich and poor.
And it contains no drugs and no alcohol.
ALL DRUOQISTSj OOo. AND $1.00.
Robert Moore was in Out vicinity
Joseph Clinmllor uont to Marion
G. X. Little went to Kupton
.John Smith wont to Pincy on
David Crowd!, .Jr., wont to
Mrs. Lou Woodall visited hor
mother, Mrs. Jane Mooro, who is
very ill, Thursday.
Herbert and Mine Hcrtha
visited Jauios KgImmii's Saturday
Clyde MeConnoll and wife riaitd
J a tuos Allen's Sunday.
George Tosh, who has bti ill for
the past few days, is improving rapidly.
.). 0. ISraHtloj wont ( HlatUord
Titer rhi an intrtalnutont at
1'aniel MeKlnlcy's Saturday night.
There was a staging at lohe
iaa' Saturday nirht,
W. II. JtoTiW wint t I'lney
John Travis awd family risitW
rrark Clark's Saturday ami Sunday.
Kim and Adslph llejnolds
tided tho singing at Jhn CSuss'
Malta Head and Ow l'ot, of
Hlaclford, risltcJ G. X. Little Sun-
low HrnntJay and family rtftitetl
lUvid Williams and family Sunday.
Hoy and Hobart Travis of Marion,
wrrc visiting thofr frravifntker, Mr.
Harvey Travis, last weel.
Miseoa Luna and I 'ella I.ittla at
t tided tho singing at Jobn Jtis'
Do not Crowd The Season
' h kr.i mi 4r atrla briar iln lhm
u.tifiocvt mm aatvr ifcr etalllf aiiae all
. . I .unthlar Caifcbna Ikwl a" lm ImiibI
i ll dmiii tie trtaarai ai ao4 ran woaaar
.' lhe nil rasa Irom TKo ) wiutar
ihmc It tarawa aafcla awl laajtr aaad llwir
' Hum a M w tamtt m aiaalcaar
i tiwwla eaWewla, CotU at lata itrnum
t inota .Uaeetoas laaa ia a
' e i rnarh atatn daaraf of aaaasaoaia. TaVa
iamllalM's Caara KnaM4l hoeer, aail ym
,i hava aolktar la fear It t"rt carat. Mat
inn. nvat Vnown a raid ia raaali la aawsaa
4 whoi H was aaa4. It la ataaaaal and tala la
... I hilataa Ilka U Pat adla br I II Onaa
trading- iic titt ka weatatn Ky
(J oo. I). Konip visited hies soli in
Webster oounty last week.
The Thomson boys with their
rand mother, have moved to !. M.
Marion Doan went to Dixon last
T. L. Walker and L. .1. Hodges
t.ae been on ho Biol list for sovoral
Some ol tho enterprising f
Mica Axle Grease
lengthens the life of the
wngon saves horse
power, time and temper.
Best lubricant in
the world contains
hard coahng on axle, and
If you want your outfit
to last and earn money
while it lasts grease
the axles with Mica
STANDARD OIL COMPAW i-
this community, have built a l'JxIJC
bridge across Sugar Grove creek
Dean's store and J. K. Ferry's,
wliioh adds much convenience to tho
M. V. Sutton and wife attended
the burial of Robert Sutton's child at
Craynerillo last Saturday.
Mrs. Annie Lemon hag boon confined
to her bud with la grippe for
Alpha and Lola 'Kotnp returned
from a visit to thoir brother in Luton
Kd Doau spent couple of days noar
Providence last wcok.
Miss Kdna Itobcrts closed the
Olivo Branch school last Saturday
and regard leas of the bad leather a
largo crowd gathered to on joy the entertainment
and audionoe was do-lighted
Rheumatic Pains Relieved
B I' Craekar Haq aaw . irt ol ag aad
lot twtoajr Tar l lac paaaa Mania
Wart law iar I am turtibly aHHetail with
acUtfe taaaaMtiaai w mi l.li aim unl tlchl hip,
1 aa a4 lata aatOn ol ( hamhafteia. Pita
BalM aad H did dm lau ol wod Hot aala ar J II
Uiua laadlnr 4tacr la waatara Ky
Wo are sorry to sou the bad
Several of our young folks attond
s4 the lat day of tlio so1ko1 at Olive
.Mim Aliee Walkor, of Iron Hill,
spent last week with rolttivos hero.
Willio l'iokons was tite guest of
her aunt, Mrs. Luo Lamb, Friday
Mrs. Lura Lamb vifited hor ststor,
Mrs. J. W. Travis, of Marion,
Aunt Sirah Lamb U ponding thi
wek with her grand Kin,
Mr. and Mw. A. .1. Doboo wore
tho guosts of her sinter, Mrs. Hlua
Delioo, of Marion and Wednesday.
Willis Towory spout Friday night
with his brother. Gabe Towery, wh
i ill Mth typhoid fever.
Cheer up Mary
Thoy ill hum and luw
About tlio poor Harrf Thaw,
And his Lirling little wife.
Thoy arc all tho rage,
.And on every page
Tho papers say she's saved
Hut there is a slip
Twixt the cup and the lip
h an adage wc all know well.
Yot, as it stand to-day,
Wo all have to hay, '
As thoy lead to his cll.
Cheer up, Harry, dont be sighing,
Tho case i almost won.
All tho audionco were crying, cry-
Kvelyn had them going some.
If jurv they get frigid, frigid,
And the tears freeze in their eye
Harry, doar. have no fear,
riorc'll be a Thaw out by-and
G, B. Burhans Testifies After Four
C. II llurlun. of CarlUle Center. N. V .
writes About four yoar ago I wrote you ttatmi:
llur 1 lia.l le entirely ouied of a evere kMney
trouble by laUns leaa than two bottle of l'ole)'
Kidney Cure. It entirely Hopped the brick
,lail edf menl and pain and .ymptoma of
dleae ditappiMred. I am clad to lay tliat
I Have never had a teturn of any of these
clurine the four year, that have elapsed and
cured, and heartly
recommend Kidney Cute to any one
ftom kidney or blSdder trouble." J II Orme.
Bird and Kltra.
No bird, bo far as known records
iliow. has over alighted on n kite or
nttnikctl one. While n scientist was
fljli'g u train of live kites some yearn
ago a huge silver tipped eagle came
MuMenly out of the higher air and
swooped round and round the first kite,
looking against the sunset sky like a
huge silver ball. As the train of kites
.vas pulled In the eagle followed, visiting
otio kite and then another, seem
lug tiui'ortaln Just what to do. In a
few minutes, when he seemed to have
decided that they were not good to
eat and he knew nothing about them,
uuywuy, ho Indignantly flew oft and
was lost to view. Wbllo the scientist's
kites were high In tho air one March
flocks of geese flying In tho wedge flew
over. They Invariably stopped, broke
up, hovered nbove tho queer object
anil at last slowly reformed and flew
away. While the larger birds all como
from hhts &bou the kite, the small
birds of the air will alight on the
string holding the klto and sway to
Mrtrrloii filnaa Hall.
According to n foreign correspondent
of the geological survey at Washington,
among the most Interesting features
of the small Island of Ullllton,
between Sumatra and Ilorneo, an
long famous for Its rich tin mines
controlled by the Dutch government,
arc tho "glass balls of Ullllton," found
among the tin oic deposits. These natural
glass balls are round, with grooved
fcurfact's, Similar phenomena are occasionally
found In Horneo and Java
as well as In Australia. The
quoted thinks they cannot be
artificial, and there are uo volcanoes
near enough to support the theory that
they ore volcanic bombs. Besides, It
Is claimed, tho glassy rocks produced
by the nearest volcanoes are quite different
In their nature from the material
of the balls. It Is suspected that
the mysterious objects were ejected
ages ago from the volcanoes of the
moon and nfterward fell upon the
"CarnrnI" Ita ntrmolnirr.
1 have often been nsked for the etymology
of "caracul." which Is a term
now largely used by furriers to denote
n variety of tho fur called astrakhan.
Tho new Kngllsh dictionary does not
contain caracul, but It has caracal,
which Is liable to Iw confuted with It,
though renlly quite n different word.
The caracal Is an animal, but caracul,
like the nearly synonymous term, astrakhan.
Is the name of n place Kara
Kul--1 e.. the Black lake, near
which has long been celebrated
for lti output of furs. The earliest
reference I can And to It in Kngllsh Is
In Matthew Arnold'1 Sohrah and
And on hl IimmJ he set his aherpakln cap,
Black Kloxay, curled, the fleece of Kara
London Notes and Queries.
MtIiib; In thr Klrtrlo I.latht.
Writing to a friend In the country, a
New York merchant says: "I live In
the electric light I lavo my home at
7 o'clock, after dressing and taking my
breakfast by electric light Then I go
to the subway, one block distant, and
tide to within a Mock of my ofUce.
There I work nil day by electric light
and go home again by the snbway
and spend the evening In the glare of
the Incandescent lamp. The weather
rondltlout make no difference, because
my flat and my oillcc belong to the
tcmldark kind. Sometimes I wonder
what I would do without electric light,
and sometimes I ask myself when 1
yearn for n little sunlight, Ls the new
light really a blosing'" Xew York
John SHinrt Ml It.
The genius of this grent Englishman
wos such that helot o he was twenty
he was rceogulzvil ns the champion
and ftrturv! loader of n powerful whool
of philosophy and politics. John
Mill Is said to have studied Greek
nt tho nge of three and at fourteen
bad begun logic and political economy.
The writings nnd doctrhses of this
master mind were anil are still rend
and preached not ouly In this country,
but throughout the world. John Stuart
Mill stands out prominently nmong
nineteenth century thinkers. Loudon
Listen t this, Mnrla," Mid Mr.
fctubu as he unfolded his scientific paper.
"This article states that In some
of tJio old Itoman prisons that hav
ecn unearthwl they found tho petrified
reninlns of tho prisoners." "Gracious,
John!" replied Mrs, Stubb, with
a smile. "I suppose you would call
them hardened criminals." Chicago
Hot Ite W'nm Carrd.
"I think I'll bare to tako treatment
for the forgetting habit." From whom
did you tako your treatment that was
to satisfactory and- successful In improving
"From nb. from nh ou, I forget
bis name, but wait n minute, and I'll
pet one of his cards out of my desk."-Exchange.
"Don't you think Mrs. Spurrell lmn
an awful temper?"
"She has, but can you blnnie tho poor
woman? Sho has n husband who Just
absolutely won't get mad at all."
"The dear, dear girls!" exclnlmed
Mrs. Pawklns, looking nt her fashion
iblc daughters enthusiastically.
"Yes; tho dear, dear girls!" muttered
Mr. Tnwklns despondently.
Man yields to custom as he bows Ut
fate-In all things ruled, mind, bodjr
i ml estate. Crabbe.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annus! Sates
bottles. Does this record
EndosH wkh every
The Cost of Newspapers, I
How newspapers arc to exist at
their prccnt subscription rate and I
their present low rates for advertis
ing is more than we can see and yet
every step taken from the head of the
postoflice department to the city
council is being made to reduce the
prices oi work to be done by the news
The white paper alone on which
many papers arc printed, costs more
than is paid by the purchaser for
the printed edition. The cost of
white paper has been advancing for
years. Printing ink never cost more
than at the present time and wages
were never higher; yet the price of
the output has been retained. The
newspapers of the country in thoir
columns seems to point out every
thing in the news line pertaining to
the formation of trust, in oil, sugar,
paper, coal, steel and almost every
commodity in general use, but they
entirely overlook the fact that thoy
could and should point with great interest
to tho fact that newspapers arc
supplying the public with the news
of the world and under n greater expense
of production than at any time
previous while the comparative cost
of adicrtising has not been increased.
Tho newspapers have been in the
front rank in the" development of
American eiviluatiou today they give
more to tho purchaser for the
then it is possible to receive in
any other channel of expenditure.
Any thoughtful person, who will
carefully consider the increased publication
cost of newspapers and the
vast amount of inlormation and pleasure
the people derive from them at
old tilnc prices, will agree with us
that the postage on them as well as
on letters, should be reduced. May-field
Clears The Complexion.
Orlo Fruit Syrup ttmralatea the liter
ami tlwwtwuhlr cleanses the ntim and cleara
the oompteilon ol phnplea ami blotche It It
the beat laiative for women and children as It it
mild arid plcaiant atxl does not crtpe or sicken.
Orine4 much uperor to plllv aperient watera
atxl all jrdinary cathartic a it doe not irritate
the stomach and bowels. 11 Oirne.
Piles iret ouick relief from Dr.
Shoan's Manic Ointment. Remember
its wade alone fc piles and its works
with certainty and satisfaction. Itching,
painful protruding or blind piles
disappear like magic by its use. Try
it and see. Hanves & Taylor.
Eresdcn Is one of the few cities
possessing a municipal newspaper, and
this was bequeathed to the city by tha
lat Dr. Gunt. The bequest ls a very
valuable property, and consists of a
tfilly newspaper, which, In
of Its extensive circulation, is
the principal advertwinu ineuium in
the neighborhood. The profits are applied
to the bcatitlfylnj: and Improve-
mnt of the My and to chanty.
A Valuable Lesson
'Six years ao I learned a valuable
lesson, writes John Pleasant, of Mag-
noh'a, IntL "I then began taking Dr.
King's New life Pills, and the longer
I take them the better I find them.
They please everybody. Guaranteed
at Haynes & Taylor, druggist 25c.
Always cook Ash well, for It Is not
only unpalatable, but unwholesome,
when underdone, and It should always
be rvcd hot for Invalids.
It's a pleasure to tell our readers
about a Cough Cure like Dr. Shoop's.
For years Dr. Shoop has fought against
Opium, Chloroform, or other unsafe ingredients
commonly found in Cough
remedies. Dr. Shoop it seems, has
welcomed the Pure Food and Drug Law
recently enacted, for he has worked
along simillnr lines for many years.
For nearly 20 years Dr. Shoop's Cough
Cure containers have had a warning
printed on them against Opium and
other narcotic poisions. He has thus
mode it possiblo formothers to protect
their children by simply insisting on
having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Sold
by Haynes & Taylor.
"I wish, Jane," said the fond
her new nurse, "that you would
nso a thermometer to ascertain If tin
water ls the right temperature
give baby his bath.
"Oh," replied Jane, cheerrui'
"don't worry nbout that. I don't ne i
any thermometer. If tlio little 'u
turns red. tho water ls too hot: If 't
turns blue, It's too cold, and there jou
of merit appeal to you ?
fcottle k Tea Cent package of Grove's
Snln. Snrn and Snnnriv.
No external remedy ever yet devised
has so fully and unquestionably met
these three prime conditions as successful
ns Allcock's Plasters. They
are safe because they contain no deleterious
drug and are manufactured upon
scientific principals of medicine.
They are sure because nothing goes into
them except ingredients which are
exactly adapted to the purposes for
which a plaster is required. They arc
speedy in their action because their
medicinal qualities goes right to their
work relieving pain and restoring the
natural and healthy performance of
functions of muscles, nerves and skin.
Allcock's Plastcrc aye theorginaland
genuine porous plasters nnd like most
meritorious articles have been extensively
imitated, therefore always make
sure and get the genuine Allcock's.
Speaking at Carlisle, the bishop of
that city said be was against abbreviations
on principle. "At Birmingham
recently there wa sa considerable proportion
of the people so busy that ttey
could not spare the time when speaking
about tho year to say nineteen
hundred and one, but articulated sharply,
nineteen one. I am persuaded abbreviations
have an unwholttomo effect
or men's mind."
How's 1 his?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. F J CHENEY i. CO.. Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, hate known F J Cheney
for the last !5 year, and believe him perfectly
honorable in all business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made by
his firm WALPtto, Kisnan & Makvih.
Wholesale Drucclits, Toledo, O. .
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol
the system. Testimonials sent tree. Price,
per Irottle. Sold by all DrucEiats.
Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation
Not To He Tempted by AVenlth.
"I see,' said the poet's wife, "that
laborers who work in the tunnels they
are digging iiiider the rivers nt Now
York get $7 n day."
"Well," he replied, "you needn't
throw out any hints. I'm not goinc
to waste my talent in a tunnel, over,
though it Is necessnry for us to ge
along on $0.50 a week. Mere
tempt me to Ignore the debt
which I owe to posterity."
DeWitt's Little Early Risers scatter the gloom
of and biliousness. Sold by J l
The New Titk.
lt Is wonderful how the automobile
craze has spread In tn past three
years." fald the one night eland actor
to the man In the car sent beside him.
"Guess It has," said the man.
"Yes, Indeed," the nctor resumed.
"I was playing In n western town the
other night and had the misfortune to
forget my lines. A I stood there
nnd hawing the entire audience
arose as one man and Joyfully yelled,
'Stalled! Two years ago when I broke
down there In nn exnetly similar manner
the very same nudlenco got right
up nnd houtod. Stuck.'"
The Uouch that heals
Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve.
It's the happiest combination of Arnica
flowers and healing balsams ever compounded.
No matter how old the sore
or ulcer is this Salve will cure it. For
burns, scalds, cuts, wounds or piles,
it's an absolute sure. Guaranteed by
J. H. Orme druggist 25c.
It will pay you to take good care of
your Uver, because, if you do, your
liver will take good care of you.
Sick liver puts you all out of sorts,
makes you pale, dizzy, sick at the
stomach, gives you stomach ache,
headache, malaria, etc. Well liver
keeps you well, by purifying your
blood and digesting your food.
There is only one safe, certain and
reliable Uver medicine, and that ls
For over 60 years this wonderful
vegetable remedy has been'tthostanCby
In thousands of homes, and Is today
the favorite liver medicine In the world.
It acts gently on the liver and kidneys,
and does not Irritate tho bowels.
It cures constipation, relieves congestion,
and purifies the system from
an overflow of bile, thereby keepieg
the body In perfect health.
Price 25c at all druggists ao4
over One and a Half Million
No Cure, no Fay.
Blade Hoot. Uver rate.
If any of my work
has proven unsatisfactory
past three years
please call at my
office at once
F. W. NUNN
Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Bldtj.
"I bought a fifty-cent bottle of KODOL and
the benefit I received all the told in Georgia
could not buy In three months I was well and
hearty May you live long and prosper " C N
Cornell. Kodins, Ga 1906. Kodol t or Dyspepsia
is sold by J It Orme.
Below is what You
J. N. Boston
The Year Round
Rough Lumber, Dressed
Laths, Shingles, Win
dows, Doors, Mouldings,
Locks, Hinges, Nails four
kinds Rubber Roofing,
Building Paper, Patent
Plaster, Grates and Fire
Brick. Stair Baluster and
Rail. Fresh car of Atlas
Cement. These goods
are right and so are the
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, J cn
Lucas County J sa
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 tho
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 6th 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
Neighbors Got Fooled
"I was literally coughing mycelf 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 bo to God, I was
induced to try Dr. King's New,
It took just four ono dollar bottles
to completely cure tho cough and
restore me to good sound hqalth,"
writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of Grover-town,
Stark Co., Ind. This King of
cough and cold cures, and heater of
throat and lungs, is guaranteed by
Haynes & Taylor, Druggist 50c.