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Girlhood and Scott s Emulsion are
The girl who takes Scott's Emut
sion has plenty of rich, red blood ; she is
plump, active and energetic.
The reason is that at a period when a girl's
digestion is weak, Scott's Emulsion
provides her with powerful nourishment in
easily digested form.
It is a food that builds and keeps up a
When Father Has the Grip
Poor mother wears a worried look,
And sister wears a frown;
And if 1 venture up the stairs
They send me straightway down.
I'm going to the drug store now
Upon a hurried trip,
To get sonic other kind of dope,
For father has the grip.
I heard liira groaning in the night
He said his heid would split;
And then he thought his hack would
In just a little bit,
He told us that his legs were sore,
And soon it was his hip;
It seems that everything is sick
When father has the grip.
The doctor came to-day and left
Some capsules, and he said
To take one each three hour.- until
The pain had reRlIy fled,
Say pa: "That means twelve hours
I gtve this pair, the slip;
I'll bet he'd find a faster dope
If ho had got the grip.''
And then he told rea that he thought
That he was going to die;
And ria no, that isn't so,
An' gave the why.
TIick pa got mad and told her that
lie didn't went her lip.
Uli, there'- no osmfort in our flat
When father has the crip.
I2troit Free Press.
Clears The Complexion.
'Onno I.jxamt' F-nit byruii msmlates thetiver
and thorouchly cleanses the s9tem and iliars
the complexion of pimples and blotches. It is
'the best laxatie for women and children as it is
mild and pleasant, and does notsripe or sicken.
Onno is much tuperior to pills, aperient waters
and all ordinary cuhartics as it joes not iitate
the stomach and bowels. 1 K Orme.
The wife of Phil Butler died at
her home near Charleston, Mo..
Her age was fourteen years.
She departed this life February
twenty-fourth, she leaves a husband
and a little baby, mother, father,
brother and many frienis to mourn
her loss. Her remains was laid to
rest in the semctery at. Charleston
for a while, her remains will be
brought to her old home at Crooked
Creek and laid to rest uctil the
Si.-ter Uala was a sweet little
and lovd by all wko knew her,
but yet we hope to meet her when
the day of life is fled when in Heaven
with joy to greet her where co
farewell tears is shed. Weep not
dear friends Goi knew best to transplant
in the heavenly realms where
it will bloom forever. Weep not
dear husband, your loss is a heaven's
gain, your darling Uala will sleep
but not forever, there will be a glorious
dawn, you can meet to part no never
on the rcsurectiou morning.
Writen by her sister,
I. M. JJ.
No appetite, loss of strength, nsrveus.
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, sour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach are all due to indl 'cation.
Kodol relieves indigestion. This new discovery
represents the natural juices of digestion
as they exist in a healthy sumach,
combined with the greatest know i tonlo
and reconstructive properties. Kodol for
dyspepsia does not only relieve Ind gestlon
and dyspepsia, but this famous temedy
helps all stomach troubles by clear sing,
purifying, sweetening and strengthei ing
the mucous membranes lining the storm ch.
Mr. S. S. Ball, of Rivenswood, W, V.. sayiir
" I wis troubled with sour stomach for twenty ye r.
Kodol cured ma and we are now using It in n due
Kodol Digests What You Eat
Bottles only. Relieves Indigestion, sour stcn H.
belchln; of ras, etc.
Prepared by E. O. DeWITT & CO., OHIO -
For sale by J. H. t)rme
SOc. AND $1.00.
Mrs. Willie Jackson Lamb, wife
of Johnson Lamb, and daughter of
Samuel It. and Martha Gass. Was
born August !th, She professed
religion at Pleasant Hill church
in November 1S9U, on the 24th day
of October, 11105, she joined the
Cumberland Presbyterian church at
Her health had Decu failing for
some time, and the night she joined
the church was the last time she was
ever permitted to attend the church
On the 20th, day of February
W07, God called her away from husband,
father, mother, brothers and
sisters, and from her church w,ho had
known her only to love her, but he
called her home to Jesus to live with.
the angels, home to Heaven where
there is no pain ao sorrow nor death.
This loved friend and cherished wife
who was a light in her own home,
and in the home- of others is with
no longer. In our great sorrow
so sudden, and yet not unexpected,
we stand awed, grief stricken and
silent, what can words avail? They
are but mockery to speechless,
In her horue she -o loved, a great
shadow h?.s fallen, a hallowing presence
i- missed every where.
The funeral services were conducted
by her pastor, Rev. W. T. Oakley
assisted by Rev. J. It Clark, after
which her body was laid to in
the cemetery at Pleasant Hill, amid a
great gathering of friends
to await the resurrection morning.
She will be missed by her friends,
her church, and in her home, and although
long years should add themselves
to our cges. We her husband,
relatives and friends can not forget
Rheumatic Pains Relieved
H. F. Crocker. Xs. now 4S ot ace, and
for twenty ear Justice of the tn;ace at
Iowa, sa : "I am terribly atlliced with
sciatic rheumatism in my left arm and rbht hit),
I have lifted three bottles of Cliunberlaiu,s l'ain
Halm and it did .me lot of cood. For sal: by J II
Orr.ie tlir leading drupci'l in western Jj
Flowers are the smiles ol God, lets
have them every where.
G, B. Burh&ns Testifies After Four
0. I!, liurhani, of Carlisle Center, N. Y.,
writes: "About toz: year ano I wrote you suunc
thar I had been entirely cured of a kidney
trouble b ukinc Us than two bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure, It entirely stopped the brick
dust sedement, and pain and symptom of kidney
disease disappeared. 1 am glad to bay that
I have neer had a return of any of these symptoms
during the four years that have elapsed and
I am evidently cured to stay cured, and heartly
recommend Foley's Kidney Cure to any one
from kidney or bladder trouble." J 11 Orme.
TIip head of n matrimonial combine
placed nt a bill from his wife's dressmaker.
"When I proposed to you, less than
two years ago." he said, "I wnR rather
wild, and you said you considered It
your duty to marry me, for the purpose
of making something of me. did
"Yes, John,", answered his wife.
"Well." he continued, "your efforts
have not been in vain. You hnve succeeded."
"I'm so glad," she snld. "What have
I made of you, dear?"
Once more ho glaced nt the hill.
"A pauper," he replied with a deep
The Touch 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 aure. Guaranteed by
J. H. Orme druggist 25c.
'is2W,rV.VriV BUT PwW HPPiWWiPPWiSW vy7' T'Vr'vSiTFy
Mm unit "I.nvp 5torln."
When n man has passed through the
?ycle of emotions en lied love he has
had his adventures; other people's
reuse to have a personal bearing, and
he anticipates nothing further from
It Is not so with the young man mid
womnn who, as the proverb says of
the young benr, have all their troubles
before them. The world of love, so
full of mystery for them, has become
to the maturer man translated Into
the concrete tonus of domestic life,
and the relatfons of man and womnn
puss Into the domain of fnet that can
be tested by experience.
Yet novelists do not seem to
this psychology of the mature
man, and they continue to make the
love story their chief staple, so that
they .are read chiefly by young men
and women as callow as their own
aeroes and heroines. Pecuniarily they
ire of course catering for a larger
market. The number of the immature
by age and the Immature by nature
ire always the larger part of
London Saturday Review.
Rising From the Grave
A prominent manufacturer, Wm. A.
Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C, relates a
most remarkable experience. He says;
"After taking less than three bottles
of;Electric Bitters, I feel likeone rising
from the grave. My trouble is Bright's
disease, in the Diabetes stage. I fully
believe Electric Bitters will cure me
permantly, for it has already stopped
the liver and bladder complications
which have troubled me for years."
Guaranteed at Haynes & Taylor's
druggist, Price only 50c.
Pnle Jlilfd Shoes.
Among the most noticeable whim
of fashion this year lias been the entire
relegation Into the background of
everything black: the numerous new
colors are so lovely that they have
for the time iiuitc extinguished our
old favorite. This now applies to our
shoes anil stfckug oven as much as
to our frocks, und they arc dyed all
manner of beautiful colors to match
or blend with the gowns they nre worn
with. Judiciously Indulged In tills
latest Idea Is an unquestionable success,
and curiously enough Is seen to
the greatest advantage nt the two extremes
of our attire in the evening or
with the clothes one wears during a
Wise Counsll From the South
"I want to give some valuable advice
to those who suffer with lame
back and kidney trouble," says J. R.
Blankinship, of Beck, Ter.n. "I have
proved to an absolute certainty that
Electric Bitters will positively cure
this distressing condition. The first
bottle gave me great relief and after
taking a few more bottles, I wis completely
cured; so completely cured that
it becomes a pleasure to recommend
this great remedy." Sold under guarantee
at Haynes and Taylor's drug
store. Price 50c.
Anlfioial Flower Trim Gowns.
Oik- of the newest and mojt
trimmings for tin evening gown
this season is artificial flowers. The
possibilities of this decoration are
for the reason that the flowers
lend themselves to lines suited both to
stont and slim figures. Put on In
pendrmt effect they lengthen one
to being short, while a full
women can afford to do what a fehort
one cannot and decidedly cut her
length by running the flowers across,
a feature of this season is that small
flowers are little seen. Without exception
they are large, nnd roses are
fnrcrltles. Plentiful use of foliage
adds green to the genera! rolor f:heioe.
New York Telegram.
Rheumatic sufferers can have a free
sample of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatie remedy
with book on Rheumatism by
simply writing Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.
This book will explain how Dr. Shop's
Rheumatic Remedy successfully drives
Rheumatism out of the blood. This
remedy is not a. relief only. It aims to
clear the blood entirely of Rheumitic
poisons, and then Rheumatism rau6t
die a natural death. Sold by Haynes
Grandfather's iakens Too Natural.
At a gathering of artists once several
of the older ones got together and
began telling of the marvelous masterpieces
they had produced In their
days. When everything had quieted
down a bit an old man over in the corner
was heard to remark:
'Yes; I once painted a likeness of
my grandfather, nnd it was so natural
that 1 had to take It down twice a
week and shave It." Judge' Library.
To stop a cold with "Preventicj "
safer than to let it run and cure it afterwards.
Taken at the 'sneeze stage'
Preventics will head off all colds and
Grippe, and perhaps save you from
Pneumonia or Bronchitis. Preventics are
little toothsome candy cold cure tablets
selling in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes. If
you are chilly, if you begin sneeze, try
Preventics. They will surely check
the cold, and please you. Sold by Haynes
& Taylor. '
stops the cough and hasl lungs J
has stood the test 25 yean Average Annuel Sales
bottles. Does this record
Enclose wkh every
Life is made up, not ol u'reat
.sacrifices or duties, but of little
things, in which smiles, and little
kindnesses and small obligations
given habitually, arc what win and
preserve the heart and secure comfort.
Sir II. Davy.
The man who continuously knocks
on a town or another man's business,
nine times out of ten is a back uuin
her in business and has soured on
Be sure it is high enough to test
your best powers. Trust God, at
the outset, and all the journey
through, to bring you to your destination
in spite of all perils by the
way. Then, go forward, with a
prayer in your heart and a song upon
Success is an eminence to be attained
only by hatd climbing. That
holds good in all cases, but for some
the road is steeper and rougher than
for others. Vet those who face the
sharpest slope arc often the first to
reach the heights above. Fix your
eye upon the point you would attain.
A man's ideal is the measure of
hi success. To succeed meaus "to
conic up to something," and the
something we come up to is what we
set out to be, or to do, in the world.
This much accomplish, we lack the
incentive to go farther. A high
ideal is. therefore, the first condition
of real success. -Exchange.
We ofler One Ilmxlreil Dollars Reward lor any
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls
Catarrh Cure. F CHUNKY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We the umlersicued, hae known F J Cheney
Im the lat Is years, and beliee him perfectly
honorable in all business transactions, and
able to carry out any obligations made by
his turn WsLIHV.. Kinmn & Mskmn,
Wholesale Druccists. Toledo. O .
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, aciini;
li'cctiy upon the blootl and mucous surfaces ol
the svsteiu. Testimonials sent free, l'rice. "sc,
pe' Iniile, Sold by all Druveist.
Take Hall s rawly I'ills for cc.istlpation
Piles get quick relief from Dr.
Shoop's Magic Ointment. Remember
its made alone for 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.
The Gentlemanly Cheetnh.
India's hunting leopard, the chcttah.
Tins a reputation as one of the most
gentlemanly of beasts. Three Calcutta
visitors to northern India were out
on a tramp when they were overtaken
by a thunderstorm. They espied a
care In the side of a hill and Into it
thry rushed. When the rain stopped
thisy cain out and found a cheetah
sitting the heavy wet off his
waistcoat nnd his paws. It was nil
cave, but rather than deprive Ills visitors
of their shelter the polite creature
had at outside in the driving
tempest. With a friendly mew and
grace! ully wagging his tall, the cheetah
bade adlen to his guests and walked
wltli dignity Into his house.
A Valuable Lesson
"Six years ago I learned a valuable
lesson, writes John Pleasant, of Magnolia,
Ind. "I then began taking Dr.
King's New life Pills, and the longer
I take them the better J find them."
They please everybody. Guaranteed
at Haynes & Taylor, druggist 25c.
It's a pleasure to tell our readers
about a Cough Cure like Dr. Shoop's.
For yeaa'3 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 similiar 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
made it possible for mothers to protect
their children by simply insisting on
having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Sold
by Haynes & Taylor.
To encourage prompt payments
of light bills, a present will be given
to each patron who settles his light
bill to date to-day.
Grove's Tasteless Chin Tome
Clraarti atj Iwootmcf the htlr.
rroaotef a luiumnt growth,
Htftr Mia to But or Or
.Hair to ita Youthful Colon
im Km'p il'fMtri htlr ltUisx.
of merit appeal to you ?
fcottle to e Ten Cert. ckge of Grove's
i Till II
Mrs ('lark is on the sick list.
Mrs. Burnett and daughters,
Mioses Katie and K.her returned
from Florida last week.
Mr. Felix Hoover is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Otho Kemper spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
George Vaugn ana Wm. Uroft, ol
near Lola, were in our town last
Ilev. J. A. Wheeler preached an
excellent sermon at the Methodist
J. T. Wolfe, our miller, has
moved into his residence, lately vacated
by Joe Taylor.
Robt. Thomas and sister, Miss
Ktta, left lor Missouri last Tuesday
to visit relatives, they will be gone
until the camp meeting.
Safe, Sure and Speedy.
No external remedy ever yet devised
has so fully and unquestionably met
these three prime conditions as successful
as Allcock's Plasters. They
are safe because they contain no deleterious
drug and arc manufactured upon
scientific principals of medicine.
They are sure because nothing goes in
to them except ingredients which are
exactly adapted to the purposes for
which a plaster is required. They are
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 Plasterc are theorginaland
genuine porous plasters and like most
meritorious articles have been extensively
imitated, therefore always make
sure and get the genuine Allcock's.
Of Interest to Women,
Fvery women naturally should be
healthy and strong, but a great many
women, unfortunately, are not, owing
to the unnatural condition of the
live we lead. Ileadach, baekaeh
aud a general tired coudition arc
prevalent amongst the women of today,
aud to relieve those conditions
women rush to the druggists lor a
bottle of some preparation supposed
to be particularly for them, and containing
uobody knows what. If
they would just get a box of
Hills, and take them regularly
every night for a time, all their
trouble would disappear, as these
pills regulate the organs of the feminine
system. The same dose always
has the same effect, no matter how
long they are used.
Braudreth's Pills have been iu use
for over a century and arc sold in
every drug and niedeine store, cither
plain or sugar-coated.
digests what sou eat and i .i My oer
conies indicestion which is a foierunner of
It is made in strict conformitv to the
National Pure I ood and Pruts Law and is s.M
on a guarantee itlief plan Sold by 1 II C'tme
of a woman's life is the name often
given to "change of life." Your
menses come at long intervals, and
grow scantier until they stop. The
change lasts three or four years, and
causes much pain and suffering,
which can, however, be cured, by
Woman's Refuge in Distress
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness,
fainting, dizziness, hot and cold
flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc.
Cardul will bring you safely through
this "dodging period," and build
up your strength for the rest of your
life. Try It.
You can get it at all druggists in
Si .00 bottles.
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
1 sutfertd." write Vlrzlnla Robion.of Eit.
on, Md.. "until I took Cardul. which cured
me so quickly It surprised my doctor, who
1 dldit't know 1 was taking It."
over One and a Half MflBon
No Core. No Pay 50c
Black Hoot. Liver PBt.
If any of my work
has proven unsatisfactory
past three years
please call at my
office at once
F. W. NDNN
Rooms 2 and Jenkins Bldg.
' 1 bought a hottle of KODOL, and
the benefit 1 itcened all the cold in Georgia
could not buy In tlnei i.iuiitl - 1 a- well and
heuity May you Ine long and ptrsper CN
Cornell Koding da i o Kud '1 I ui Dyspepsia
I- old by i 11 ("me
Below is what You
J. N. Boston
The Year Round
Rough Lumber, Dresse,d
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, I .
Lucas County ) 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 aforesaid,
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 dav of
bcr, A. D. 18S6.
(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. 1
Sold by all druggist,l75c.
TakelHalPs Family Pills for
Neighbors Got Fooled
"I was literally coughing myself to fy
death, and become too weak to leavers
my bed; and neighbors predicted that Iv?
would never leave it alive; but theyftj
got fooled, for thanks be to God, I waa'l
induced to try Dr. King's New
ery. It took just four one dollar botyi
ues 10 compieieiy cure me cougn amu
restore me to good sound health, 'j
writes Mrs. kva Uncapher, of Grovv.j
town, Stark Co., Ind. This King
cough and cold cures, and healer
throat and lungs, is guaranteed '
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