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Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor
Bowel complaints are always more or less prevalent during the Summer
months, and many a man ha rumed his best horse going for a doctor
when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera
morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and can
always be depended upon. No doctor can prescribe a better medicine.
It is almost certain to be needed before the Summer is over. Buy it now.
Interesting Meeting held at Corinth June
28-30 Good Membership in
Minute of Ministers and Members
meeting of the Ohio River Baptist
Association, which met with (Joriuth
church near Grand Rivers Friday
June 2$, and closed Sunday, June,
At 7 o'clock the Moderator, Kldcr
K. H Blackburn, called the house to
order and after song service, Kid. V.
G. Hughes read the (Jth chapter of
Hebrews; Kid. J. H. Butler led in
prayer and Bro. Hughes preached
from Heb. 7-23, "Wherefore he is
able to save them to the uttermost
that come unto God by him, seeing
he ever liveth to make intercession
The moderator announced ready
for organization. Kid. R. A. LaRue
was elected moderator and J. F.
Coffer clerk, after which the meeting
adjourned with prayer to meet at 1 :
30 o'clock p. m.
Friday Afternoon After singing
by the choir, Kid. K. B. Blackburn
led in prayer. On motion the moderator
appoiuted members present to
take the subjects of those who were
An able essay was read by Klder
R. A. LuRrue on the subject, "Contrast
the Baptism of the Holy Spirit
with the Spirit's work in regeneration."
On motion the essay was received
Kid. J. H. Butler thinks it a
good eay, ho also thinks it
to pray for the pouring out of
tho Holy Spirit, as on the day of
Pentecost, but rather to pray for the
filling by the Holy Spirit The essay
was farthei indorsed by Kids. W. R.
Gibbs, K. B. Blackburn, l G.
Hughes and others.
Kid. R. R. Marshall thinks that
the gift of the Holy Ghost passed
with the Apostolic ago. He liked
the essay and the same was passed
with its criticisms.
Song by the choir. Kssay by Kid.
W. R. Gibbs, "Will a man apostatize
and be lost after regeneration?"
His answer was "No." To prove
this he read several passages of
scripture on the security of the believer
as recorded in the New Testament.
On motion of Eld. l G.
Hughes the essay was accepted for
criticism. Tho essay was heartily
indorsed by a number of the brethren
and on motion the same was passed
On motion of P. A. Clarke, adjourned
to meet at ! o'clock Saturday
morning was had.
Saturday Kssay by Kid. V. G.
Hughes, "Should a church discipline
its members who will not give to the
spread of the gospel?" He believes
in persuading and reasoning with
them but not to exclude them.
After heariug the different views of
quiet a number on the subject, it
was passed with criticism.
On motion of Bro. R. R. Marshall
Kid. W. R. Gibbs was allowed to
talk of the need of a new church m
Panhandle, immediately after the
sermon for criticisms.
Sermon for Criticism Kid. C. T.
Clark read from the book of Jude
and after prayer preached from Judo
1:1, "Beloved, whom I gave all diligence
to write unto you of the common
salvation, it was needful for me
to write unto you, and exhort you
that ye should earnestly contend for
the faith which was once delivered
unto the saints." Bro. Clarke
preached an excellent sermon, which
was indorsed and enjoyed by all present.
Bro. Gibbs then gavo a talk on
the. needs of the church in Panhandle
He earnestly appealed to the people
for money io liquidate the debt ofl
the new house? A collection was
made to which the p'coplo responded
freely, the amount raised being fifty-three
dollars and four cents. Then
adjourning to meet at 1:30 p. m.
Saturday Afternoon After song
service and prayer tho rogular order
4' linoinAea na inutflK.
ji uuotubiJd n
On motion thBffkers were limit
ed to five minjaSr The sermon for
critioism jthen taken up and
ended by Eld. W. K.
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Terrific Storm Sweeps Louisville.
Sweeping down on unprotected
Louisville with a strength more than
that of a thousand Sampsons, a terrific
rain and hail storm, though
bringing relief to the whole city
from the sweltering heat, created
thousands of dollars worth of damage
with the wind which accompanied
it with a velocity of front sixty
to sixty-eight miles miles per hour,
by blowing down trees, roofs of
houses and chimneys.
Three hundred thousand dollars'
damage was estimated as the whole
One fatality was recorded from
the storm, and several animals were
electrocuted by falling trolley wires.
Sure Cure For Malaria.
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic, superior to
all, acceptable to the most delicate
person, One bottle will work wonders.
Guaranteed uuder the Pure Food and
Drugs Act. Ptice 50c. Sold by all
The Hampton campmceting will
be held August S to 18, inclusive.
The meeting will bo iu charge of
Rev. C. K. Dees, Rev. Wise, Rev.
Robt. Johnson, P. C. Bro. S. H.
Prather will conduct the singing,
Jiotcl and feed stable on the grounds.
John C. Hardin,
Hicks' Weather Forecast.
The fourth storm period, he says,
will cover the ISth to the 2:.rd, but
generally, the rainfall will be scattering
and light, but phonomental
"watei spouts" may be looked for.
The culminating storm days will be
on the 20th to 22nd, followed by a
change to cooler.
The fifth storm period will be central
from the 24th to the 2f!th, the
full moon falling on the 24th.
"Within forty-eight hours of sunset
on the 24th," he says, ''many storms
and marked seismic disturbances will
bo heard from mauy parts of the
earth, so -that a maximum of such
phenomena may be noted. The tem
perature will fall after these storms,
The sixth storm period, according to
Mr. Hicks, falls within Mercury period,
and will be central on the Hist,
extending from the 2!tth two days
into August. Much warmer weather
with gathering thunder clouds will
begin in the west by the 2!th, and
for the four following days will pass
eastward across the contnent.
How to Cure Chilblains.
"To enjoy freedom from chilblains,"
writes John Kemp, East Otisfield, Me.,
"I apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Have also used it for salt rheum with
excellent results. ' ' Guaranteed to cure
fever, sores, indolent ulcers, piles,
burns, wounds, frost bites and skin
diseases. 25c at J. H. Orme's drug
Weston Sat. July 20
A box of fine cigars will be
given to the young man who
climbs the soaped pole.
A handsome lamp will be
given to the most beautiful
GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION
At 4 o'clock P. M.
Refreshments of all kinds will
Come, everybody come.
Mineral Food for Hogs.
The longer we feed hogs, the more
firmly are we convinced that a liberal
supply of salts and minerals is
one of the prime requisites for raising
healthy hogs especially here in
the corn belt where food is naturally
deficient along those lines. In his
wild state the hog gathered his own
salts and mineral and was as healthy
as any other wild auimal. In his
domesticated state we must furnish
him with these substances which his
system craves, if we would have him
enjoy his former health and vigor.
As soon as the little pigs are big
enough to drink slop they should
have a little lime water mixed with
it daily. Lime water has a tendency
to prevent scours aud at the same
time aids in forming good stron:
bone. The writer never knew hogs
that were fed lime water in their
slop while they were pigs to break
down. As the pigs grow older they
should be fed a liberal supply of
charcoal every week. Charcoal is a
great absorbent and is very effective
in ridding the pig s system of the
impurities which arc constantly
gathering there. It also strengthens
the bone and helps to keep the intestines
free from worms. To make
charcoal simply rake up the cobs in
the hog lot into piles of two or three
bushels each and burn them. When
the cobs have burned until the pile
is a glowing mass, put out the fire
with salty water. Then see with
what eagerness the hogs and pigs
will devour every vistage of the remains.
"Eternal vigilance is the
price of success" in the swine business,
as it is in every other walk of
life. Western Swine Breeder,
Doctors Could Not Help Her.
"I had kidney trouble for years,"
writes Mrs. Raymond Conner, of Shel-ton,
Wash., "and the doctors could not
help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
and the very first dose gave me relief
and I am now cured. I can not say
too much for Foley's Kidney Cure." It
makes the diseased kidneys sound so
they will eliminate the poisons from
the blood. Unless they do this, good
health is impossible. Sold by J. H.
Wellman Balloon Struck by Storm.
Loudon, Hug., July 14. A
message of July 5 says:
"The balloon house of the
Herald Arctic expedition
was damaged by storm on July 4 and
although the airship was uuinjured,
the accident will probably delay
ths departure of the expedition
the members of which by dint of
hard work all night long managed to
save the building from being wrecked.
The Frithjof dragged her
anchors half a mile during the storm
and will bo dispatched to Trotusorl
"All members of Wellman's party
are in good health. It is expected
the start for the pole will be made
in the beginning of August."
Gibbs and a number of other able
Xext subject: "Should every
church have a prayer meeting and
sunday school?" by Kid. K. M Kat-on.
Bro. Katon had no essay but
made his statement that every church
should have a prayer meeting and a
On motion the body endorsed the
statements made by Bro. Katon.
Kssay, "Duty of Deacons' by
Bro. J. M. Chaudet. Hro. Chaudet
read an interesting paper on the
subject, setting forth the qualifications
and duties of deacons as found
in the Xew Testament. After short
and pointed spcaches of indorsement
tho same was adopted for criticism.
Kxegesis of Acts 2:38 by Kid. J.
II. Butlor, "Then Peter aid unto
them, repent and be baptized every
one of you in the name ot Jesus
Christ tor the remission ot sins and
ye shall receive the gilt of the Holy
Ghost " The Elder read an interesting
paper on this senptuae which
howed deep aud careful thought.
On motion Bro. Butler was requested
to have the essay printed in
the Western Recorder.
On motion of Bro. P. A. Clarke
adjournment was had until Sunday
Sunday Morning The congregation
sang, "What a friend we have
in Jesus. " Prayer by Eld. I.. G.
On motion of Bro. Gibbs, the
clerk is requested to have published
in the Livingston Echo and Record
Press the minutes of this meeting.
On motion the moderator appointed
a committee appointed a committee
on resolutions of thanks, but this
was dispensed with by takinu a rising
vote of thanks to the people of
The moderator appointed Bros. W.
R. Gibbs, IT. G. Hughes and P. A.
Clark to prepare a program for the
next Ministers and Members meeting
On motion Eld. J. H. Butler was
dispensed with the remainder of the
program in l'ovor of mission work
for Corinth church.
The amount of money collected for
missions was fifty-three dollars aud
On motion adjourned.
Ki.D. L. A. LaRitk, Moderator.
J. F. Coffer, Clerk.
Best Medicine in The World for
Colic And Diarrhoea.
"I find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best
remedy in the world," says Mr. C. L.
Carter, of Skirum, Ala. "I am subject
to colic and diarrhoea. Last
spring it seemed as though I would
die, and I think I would if I hadn't
taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't been
troubled with it since until this week,
when I had a very severe attack and
took half a bottle of the twenty-five
cent size Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and this morning
I feel like a new man." For sale
by J. H. Orme, the leading druggist in
Western Kentucky. Haynes & Taylor,
the enterprising druggists, of
A Mothers Boy, Forever a Joy.
There is a story of a boy in college
who was about to graduate. He
wrote back to the farm for his mother
to come. She said she could not
do so, her clothes were worn and
shabby and she could not afiord to
buy new ones. The boy said, "Come
any how." The poor mother weut
in her best, but her garments were
not stylish. The commencement was
in a fashionable church. The son
was prouder of his mother than his
honors. He walked down tho aisle
with her to the center of the church
and took her to the best seat. There
were tears in her eyes and she burst
out weeping wheu her son
the valedictory. The president
pinned a badge on his coat, but he,
took it and put it on his mothers
faded dress, as he bent and kissed
her wrinkled face. The boy with
this kind of pride will be an honor to
his country and his God. May his
number increase and the shadows of
his loveliness cover the world.
Kodol will nourish and strengthen
your digestive organs and furnish the
natural digestive juices for your stomach.
It will make you well. Kodol
digests what you eat. Sold by J. H.
elp the Horse
No article l more useful
nhout the stable than Mica
Art r.rcasr. Put a little on
lh cninrlle before VOU "hoolt
up" It will help the horse, and
cring me ioaa name (juicier.
tvsan trr better than any
other ideate. Coats the axle
n Itli a hard, smooth surface of
powdered mica which reduces
; (fiction ask the denier tor
Mica Axle Crease.
A Good Boy
Makes the Whole Family
Do Not Procrastinate!
DO IT NOW !
Insure Your Property !
We issue a policy which is
one of the finest.
It C3ii3t b3 bea
It guards while
you sleep ! Do not t
be content with
something just as
good. Get the BEST !
Crider & Woods
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
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THI QKNUINC patPaftCO ONLY BY
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sold and rcc mmonded b, J. H. Orme
now on at Drauguon's Practical Business Colleges.
Kvansvllle and Paducah. POSITIONS
secured or money back. May, If prefer, take
lessons IiV MAIL FREE and enter collepe
later and save cost of board, etc. Write-for
catalogue and " Summer Discount Card."
Praughon's I. II. College Co. (Incorporated).
A Remedy Without an Equal.
Trv Yucatan Chill Tonic, is a sure
cure for Colds, La Grippe and Rheumatism;
will cure you, acceptable to the
most delicate person, results are positive
and you feel better after taking
one dose. Guaranteed under the Pure
Food and Drugs Act. Price 50c. For
sale by all druggists.
when ZEMO, a clean liquid for exernal use,
will quickly and permanently cure you?
Greasy ulves and creami cannot otire yon,
and tSe electric nefiJ kiyc; ecJUS."1"'
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tne&iermt and their toxins to. a turfac
and destroys tbem, laavici a nice clear,
ZEMO is an honeat remedy, and has never
failed to cure. It li recognized as The
wodd'i greatest cure for all diseases of tha
akin and scalp." "
Write for sample and booklet, your druggist
will refund it Zemo falls to cure.
HaMisButo, III., May to. igoS.
E. W. Ross MeoiciME Co.. St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen I highly indorse your remedy
for the curs of all skin and scalp diseases.
For the cure of pimnl, I believe yomr remedy
easily surpasses anything in the world
today. Yours very trolK
HARRY HARPER, Tra. .
PairAxiD Only Br
E. W. ROSE MEDICINE CO.
9032 CWr. Strat. ST. LOUIS. MO.
HAYNES & TAYLOR.
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