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There is quite a lot of sickness in
this neighborhood at present. And
plenty of rain and the roads arc real
P. J. Blackburn and Logan Moore
attended church at Piney Greek Sunday.
Rev. J T. Hoard was in our town
For cheese and fire-crackers call on
J. A. Olift.
Shell Spickard went to Farmers-ville
Logan Moore lost his pocket-book
in or noar Fredonia last Saturday
five dollars, and a reward
will be paid for delivery of same.
Ivy Moore purchased a horse lat
week for $125.00.
We still have our musiciau with
us from Maple Hollow.
D. W. D. Moore is still on the
sick list, he has a severe breaking
out in the mouth.
For blooded poultry of kinds call
on F. M. J. Stone.
There will be another exhibition at
Flat Hock March 9th, 1007. Every
body invited to attend.
J. T. Morgan has a car load of
cabbago for sale, at 2ots per pound.
J. V. Stone has been busy this
week and has failed to fill his regular
appointment at the city.
J. M. Spickard went to Marion
last Saturday with a load of tobacco.
Mrs. America Hill visited her
mother, Mrs. Emma Wooldrigc, last
Mrs. Lucy Crayne visited Mrs.
Eva Cridcr Wednesday.
Mrs. Emorlinc Thomas visited Mrs.
Elmary Boutcbcr Wednesday.
Mrs. Ella Thomas is ion the sick
f Messrs Curry and Bradburn wero
through buying cattle last week.
Miss Ada Hilcy visited Miss Ida
ITridcr Monday night.
boiling, while breakfast
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Henry Thomasou and family "sited
in this neighborhood lait week.
They will lcae for Washington soon.
Miss Lena Hushing attended the
musical at Marion Baswoll's Saturday
Mrs. Gortic Crayne visited her
mother, Mrs. Eva (Jridor, Wednesday
There is a big scare about mad
dogs in this sootion.
Mrs. Mary Turley is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Huck Corley, this
The people are about through
burning their plant beds in this section.
Misses Dora and Lena Blackburn
visited in lluth neighborhood last
Robert Foster, of Greens Ferry,
was here last week buying cattle.
Mrs. R. R. Bransficld is visiting
relatives at Dawson Springs.
Rev. Hummel, of Princeton,
preached at the Methodist church
hero Sunday morning and evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Neville were the
guests of Edward Rice and wife Saturday
Dr. G. W. Stone and wife, of
Marion, were here Sunday.
Rev. M. E. Miller was in Marion
several days last week.
A. Newkirk, of Marion, was here
Ira Bennett and family wero visiting
relatives in Marion first of the
Charlie Crider who has been sick
for sovcral days, is to be out again.
Several of our farmers delivered
tobacco at Marion this week.
Clove Martin, of Dycusburg, was
hero last week papering Mrs. t Dula-
ny's now residence. yjl
An ostepath doctor was seen hero
several days. She has sevcraj patients.
Our merchants report a splendid
2" is cooking. When water wa,er 'ron, h,ch ha$ mre
f gets too hot reservoir ' ni"g suriace than any
can be moved awav
from fire by shifting
the leaver shown.
all parts of the house It takes th
piace oi reservoir.
Prof Brewer is teaching a
school here. ,.
Fdward Maxwoll, of Nebo, Ky.,
has beon hero scvoral days.
Miss Edna Cole wont to Marion
Imitations hac been placed upon the
market so olosoly rosombling Allcook's
Plasters in goncral appoaranac as to
be well calculated to docoivo. It is
however, in goncral appoarance only
that they compare- with Alloock's
for they arc not only lacking in the
best elements which have made All-cock's
so efiioicnt, but are often harmful
in their effects. Hcmonibcr that
Allcock's arc tho original and only
genuine porous plasters tho bost
external remedy known and when
purohasing plasters the only safe way
is to always insist upon having All-cock's-
Gabo Towcry and Curtis Higgs are
still very sick.
John Sullivan, of Mattoon, was in
this community on business Monday.
Samuel D. Ashcr wont to Hcpton
William Wallaeo, of Iron Hill,
was in town Saturday.
Miss Belva Towcry has been the
guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret
E. Towcry, for the past two
weeks returned to her home at Tribune
Logan Bugg, of Creswcll, was in
this community Sunday.
Alice Roosvclt's Wedding
was something to be recorded in tho
annals of history. Herbinc has been
acknowledged the greatest of liver regulators.
A possitive cure for Bilious
heudachs, Constipation, Chills and Fevers,
and all liver complaints. J. C.
Smith, Little Rock, Ark., writes:
"Herbinc is tho greatest liver medicine
known. Have used it 'for years.
It does the work." J. II. Ormc.
KODOL. digest what you eat and quickly over
comet imllzcitlon, which It a foierunncr of Dyspepsia
It u made in strict conformity to the
National Pure Food and Drugs Law and is sold
' on a guarantee relief plan Sold by J 11 Orme.
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Now Going On
$7.50 Set of Ware
Tho News No Pure Drug ( ugh
Cure Laws would be needed, if all
Cough Cures were like Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure in and has been for 2(1
years. Tho National Law now requires
that if any poison ontor into a cough
mixture, it must Ikj printed on tho label
For this reason mothon, ami others,
should insist on having Dr Shoop's
Cough Cure. No poison-marks on Dr.
Shoop's lnbols - and none in the medicine,
else it must by law be on the label.
'rn it's not only safe, hut it is
said to bo by those that know it nrnl,
a truly remarkable cough romody.
Take no chance, particularly with our
children. Insist on huving Dr. Shoop's
Cough Curo. Compare carefully the
Dr. Shoop package with other ami ieo.
No poison-marks thore! You can always
be on the safe side by demanding Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure. Simple refuse to
accept any other. Sold by Hnynoo &
Ivan Wilcox, o! Ploasant Hill was
G. D. Summorvillo purchased a
fine mule last weok.
Jim Burton is talking of going to
Mathcw Wilson, of Won ton, was
.Josso Duvall was in Marion Friday
Manual Stephens, bought fine
drove of hogs from James Burton
Elsie Cnder was at Gladstone Monday.
Miss Brina Brantley, who has beon
sick is convalescent
). X. Roberts, visited rolathos
at Piney Tuesday.
E. E. Phillips, and ha Phillips,
were married Wednesday night, at
tho home of her father, Esq. G. B.
Phillipps, of Rosebud.
Miss Alvia Hatley, visited Miss
Brina B.antoy Wednesday.
Miss Cordia Arflackt was atiS'unns
Monday. ' "-
W. B. Nation and Marion Samuels
shipped a fine lot of furs Friday.
Homer Mayes, has roturucd from
With every MAJESTIC RAGE sold this week at our baking
demonstration we will give absolutely free one set of ware,
well worth $7.50 in cash. This ware is on exhibition at our
store and we invite you to call and sec it. It's the best.
REMEMBER, We positively cannot give this ware free with
range any other time but during this week's sale.
The price of fhc MAJESTIC is the same this week as an
other, but you get the ware free and it's worth investigating
Come and see the Majestic Range bake biscuits in 3 min
utes and let us show you its good qualities.
Have Hot Biscuits and Coffee With Us any Day this Week.
Come in any day. You are welcome whether
you intend to buy or not.
T. H. Cochran & Company
Mr .,. M. r. yrli , ImsIiIi
hm !. ti ilt'ialr tin- j.t winter
is much improted
Bob Collin, was tk rmU ol his
par sot near WwtoH Simla j.
Miases Visa oa and Hba ItoWu
of this place, ekiiated scmoo! at
Bowling Grees, last Mowfaj.
If your erMMt pains ami you nr unable
to sleep because of a cough. Buy
a buttle of ltallani's HorubomKi Syrup,
arol yni wont Iwvu sny wmirIi. (Jrt
a bottle now and UtAt cough will hot
last long. A cure for all pulmonary
diflonsos. .Mrs. J . Galveston, Texas.,
wrltos: "1 can't sny enough for
Horehountl Syrup. The relief it
nut) given mo w ail tnnl is rtecuassry
for mo tossy." Sold uy J. II. Ortno.
.Master K. P. Smith is on inc sick
Lawrouae Task well, who has been
in Missouri for sovoral mouths, returned
to his homo here this place
Mesdamos WliooW and Watson
fished rolatires near Lola lat week.
Chas. Thomas and Hugh Watson
mado trips to Marion last Thursday.
Hobt. Lear, song avnnvolist, loft
Sunday morning for Elizabethtown,
HI., whore ho will sing in a revival
during tho noxt two wooks.
Row Andres failod to fill his ap
pointmont at the Presbyterian ohuroh
Sunday. Many wore disappointed.
Calvin Shepherd and family and
Butler Fostor and parents loft for
Missouri Sunday morning. They
will make that state their
Taylor Guess and .Jnko Whoolor
wont to Shoridan last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. .J. I). Watson, of
Livingston county, yisitod at George
Lawrence's last Saturday and Sunday
Pink Wright, Denton Lawrence
and Ed Guill, of near CarrHville.,
wore here Saturday.
Mr. .J. C. Hardin, of Inua, was in
It-x .1 A W keeler.
until pn acht i preached t
There is ulL of Mim Hum .
ry eosjiiMRian ' mIiooI tw.
Henry linker, the lown i .
of Carrsttlle. ws In our i'
should be sunshine in the " .
will be if you give It -
Vermifuge, the groatl worn
cine ever olrml to sMifering i
itv This remedy In Ixwkimmg n .
rnsnent fixture of woll nnmlatfi
holds A mother, with childro
get akin- without n Initlle of '
Lresin Vurmifuiro In the houst
Uie Nirost uuil bout mcdim i
monoT enn Iwy. Sold by J. 11
On the night of Fob 11
tueeu the Homo Telephone oil
the High School auditorium a ' i
fur cup. Will py for its rein"
Mils. ,I.h. L. Tn
Will be in Marion Morula)
March 11, to buy good mules
and horses. Bring in your
stock and get the cash,
Laync & Leavcl
Sovoral nru on the siok lint .
.Mosdamos Mary E. Boyd
Thomas Fralick have tho !agri
Finas Clift, of Caldwell J
through hero Sunday.
Mies Bertha Boyd uaitoi '
grandinothor sovoral days last w
Goorgo Boyd was at Pino M
Hoscoo 1'iokons and sister 1
Esoal, of Tribuno, visited "
grandfather last week.
tlohnnio Fralick, of Enon, J
Eczema Is Now Curable
ZEMO, n Hclentiflc preparation f ' '
external use. Btops itching Instnrtr
and destroys the gormH that cau fttn
diseases. .Eczema quickly yields w '
permanently cured by this rcmarku'
plo. E.W. UofloMed. Co.,St. Louis, ,M