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and the more you scratch the more you itch. Your
skin is on fire your lips and mouth arc dry with the
agony of it your
c n t put out the fiie with your finger nails.
Litteil's Liquid Sulphur
Stops Itching Instantly
And o( ih wonderful penetrating and germicidal qualities
comes in direct contact with and kills the germ that causes the disease.
Xpositrw cure for any skin disease on earth Eczema, Psoriasis,
Tetter, Shingles, Acne, Ringworm, Barber's Itch, Itch, Poison
Oak.Iw Poison, Hives, Pimples, Boils and Carbuncles, Sunburn. Prickly
Heat, Bites and Stings of Insects, Cuts, Bums and Scalds, Erysipelas,
all diseases of the skin or scalp v, hethcr caused by heredity, contagion,
weather, accident, chafing or impure blood.
bottle sent postpaid to any address for 1 0c. in
stamps. Ample to prOVC to you the curative
value of LittelTs Liquid Sulphur in all skin
North 2nd Street St. Lvais, Mo.
Everyone was glad to bcc the rain
Hayes and Keed Easlcy and Fred
Daughtrey attended the ball eitue
at Tolu Wednesday.
Herbert Kemper of near Carrsville
visited John Watson last Friday and
Revs. .Johnson and Lear closed a
successful seven days meeting at
'Hebron the first Sunday. There
were between thirty and forty professions
end several additions to the
L .1 Daughtrey ana John Kaaley
attended the Farmer Union meeting
at Padncah last week.
Orville Campbell of Carraville
returned home Wednesday after visiting
hi ister Mrs Jesse Alvis for
Miss Henrte Kasley left Wednesday
on steamer Fowler for Tarrsvillo
where she attended the Threlkeld-Bishop
weddinif at Loves Ohapel
Sch oolhcuan at Hebron Monday
with profosor Ncwoom us teacher.
Kd Cook and daughter Mis Ruth
were in Marion Friday.
Miss Mabol Nunn who ha been
visitinc Mi Ruth Cook for evera
days returned home last tteek.
Crossland Murphy of Memphis
Wines was in thig action the
HnllU Franklin and Love of Hurricane
attended the Threlkeld-Bishop
wedding at Loves Chapel
Mm Jasper Walker of Harde'tv
'.crvibited friend in thi community
Walter flru of Florid is
parents Mr and Mrs 1) J Grain
Kay Dnugbtroy was m nln
llobert Sieaumker of Tolu attaoded
.the mcetiut: st Hebron.
GENERAL BUSINESS UUTL0I1K.
Heport ludieet.' u jxn.'ral n.
f 1U low rlHfllinm..m .!.-. v.
ahold .ieprassion - o ,d ihi
hole body is worn out with the
more freely, and when the actual
gain in trade appears it becomes a
strong point in favor of the idea that
recovery has really set in. A read
justment in the policies of railroad"
as to rates is a subject under confederation,
and a general advance by ill
trunk line systems seems probate,
The railroads are facing the perj losing
question of a heavy shrinkage in
net earning, and iu order to escape
from this unploasant situation increased
freight rate is the remedy
proposed If increases in rates can
be nude without serious injury to
tiic shipper the position o! the railroads
will improvt), provided of course
that the advanoc docs not curtail the
shipments of freight. The railroads
have been hauled over the coals and
made the targdt for politician5, high
and low, but in the last anal-
yisis the dear, patient public, and
the consumer of every 3tation in life
has to foot the cost. Hut it is not
the railroads alone that have bean
hit by hard timos, but industry and
business generally. There ara cheerful
siKtis, howovor, aud they consist
of good crop outlook, growth of
hopeful sentiment and the conviction
that many sound fundamental reasons
exist fur unproved condition".
James Lee Got Well.
Everybody in Zanesville, 0., knows
Mrs. Mary Lee, of rural route No. S.
She states. "My husband, James Leo,
firmly uehevi he owes his life to the
use of Dr. King's New Discovery. His
lunus wltp vj severely aireett'd that
consumption seemed inevitable, when a
friend recommended New Discovery. of
We tried it, and its use has restored
him to perfect health." Dr. Kind's
New Discovery is the King of throat
ami Iuiik remedies. For coughs and
cold it has no equal. The first dot.e
;;ivi relief Try if Sold under .guar-
inti'oat Hayns & Taylor's and Jas
dru rik, and $1.W. I
!Trlftl botUe fr i
Th- leoeut heavy raiim has tilled
the farmer with joy.
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ineie i arnahso o m of our
tirhw ,... Sll ,w proirrM.
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I J. I Paris of Loni Branch was
here Sunday. He reports that hi6
son has hcen suffering with blood
Cnclc Henry Hrinklcy who has
been engaged in pearl hunting and
along Trndcwnter for sever-a'
mouths 1ms now in hu posossion
ery aluable pearls ono
h m i(h he found last last week
it t hi. perlectly round and about
tl ,if a :tN rifle ball. Mr
IJimku) expu Is to uel $!iOl) lorthia
i i f t ,t .( bill offering him $200
i ('i.iy tnt ball 'etta aaBit
Ujwi - iturday and pi '''acfcfard
f - c . ' . result u.e was
i .' . i luvi i il ,d
ICSS fTzmsiiiyiSSia t ij r&.W
IB ad Pain:
which give you suck cxqulslts
suffcrini;, cer month, are caused,
as ou know, by female trouble.
Relief seldom or cettr comes
l Itself. It Is necessary to cure
tie cause, la order to stop lbs
ptlas, and tbls cao oory be done
if yon will take a specific, female
remedy, that acts rfkectly ta tk
WINE OF CARDUI
"Cardttl did wonders for roe,"
writes Mrs. II. C. Larson, ol Olds,
la. "I bad female trouble for 8
years. 1 bid displacement, which
increased my suffering, the doc
tor could only relieve me at times.
Now, I am so much better, I hardly
know when m lime begbts or
when It ends."
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR FREB ADVICE,
tatlntf tiK and dnacrtblntf symptoms,
to Ladiei Advisory Devi.,
The Chattiwootra Medicine Co
Chattanooga, Tcnn. E 33
Hurrah' Watermelon time i. in
full blast just now for Clarence
Grady went to see his best girl last
Mondaj uiht and carried one.
Rutledge Cain i all smilo for the
stork left a little urirl at his home
Auk. J. Rutlodge ays, us the
baby he ever saw. .
Odis Huhe- and Miss Josephine
Smith are of Mr. Wayne
Smith at St. Louis, Mo,
Roy HuKhtJs has gone for an
trip down the Mississippi
fl L Sullivan and liacy Truitt
sbippod a tino lot of hogs from this
port last Tuesday,
Mi.s Twinkle Hill ol Iron Hill
Ky., is visiting bor sister Miss
G L Raukin Jr., ha5 been very
sick with malaria fever.
C W Grady attended the protracted
meeting at Mt Zioh last wdek.
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iicury .Mctz ot iiattoon visiteu nis
sister Mrs. M A Wilson last week.
T L Hughes delivered 2(!f) bushels
corn here for Hearth Ilros., of
Caseyville, at 7fie. per bushel
A l" Shanks ol Goldiint Tenu., i
visiting old friends hero this week.
Miss Kathcrine Hill oritortaineu
uitc a crowd from 111.
they were delighted wi th the
of our little town.
We liavo ilvnneu oalU iur' Over ,
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the coining yoar. Tho no oig 1
hour ,1Wf oi!1K iaU) eAUH next
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railrjadu of tho flnited states, t
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National TrLKairAPii Institutk,
Fine Stuck For Sale.
1 have a few yoarlings Shopshiro
Ranis of high brumhug, also u nice
selection of lambs ui same breeding
and for sale. The). are of the low-down
broad back lunvy burn typo.
One short horn main eiittilH to re-Kister.
ear old iu August Sirotl by
a grard individual ot vry high merit.
A few Poland t'hi'.a pi most
rrsd) Ut hiiim J StniUKft.
We atv Drtding ram.
Crops ara looking wel .
four ot th pnnpio from herr t
tended church at loioo Sunday
lUiluiK hftv ta tba order of the
Tonio I'hillips aad Mifs Mabello
Davidson visited Mis Iioe Moore
' Mm llelt viiitad Mrs S. J. Httui
Oo to S J Humphreys for your
R C Mooro has cona to Sikcston
G J Griffith will attend the Farmers
Union meeting at 1'aducahthis
.1 A Thomas and family vNitod
it W M Hurley's Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Win FarrU of Lola
posted thru here Sunday.
Miss Ddna Mmner visited Mr N
1' Monre Sunday.
Miipes Clara aud Mary Hurley
iited Mis Willie Thomas Tuesday.
Th- dance at Kill Cliu Saturday J
mtrht was ell nttndml
Mr Will Moore and slater Mises
Cora ind Rose iltendod ebureh at
Hetrn Saturday aiubt.
Olive Humphrey has moved to
J A Thomas and son Veyor is
talkitm of goint; to Missouri soon.
Misses Cora and Hose Mooro visited
Mis Mabelle Davidson at the
Crittenden Springs last Thursday.
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fwvery oouy nusy goiiing reauy
for the camp meetiut;.
She Likes Good Things.
Mrs. Chas. E. Smith, of West
Franklin, Maine. . snys. "I like good
things nnd have adopted Dr King's
Now Life F'llla ai our fainilv laxative
medicine, because they are goo and '
do their work without mnkintr a fusa
nlout it." Theee pninleae purifiers. I
Sold at Hnynw.t Taylor's ami Jas. 11.
Orme's druir stores. JiS cent. '
LOm Wanted. J
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We will pay th cents cash foi
white shucked corn, and TO eeuta foi 1
v.i ..-i .. .1,. n..n ,.n. I
rr uiiu vwtii nuniiviy v i'" umu, '
til furthrr notice
Marion M.Iu g Con pan ' 1
A Mild Laxative
For Baby's Bowels
o . n 1 . n . r ol nm j
Doctor Points Out Dangers Pills and
"Salt, purgatlvej, and violent
tics ar daniterouB whn Klvn bbU.!
hlldren or dllcat nomen, ' ny o wlll
known iloctor "Neither ihould they be
riven medicines contAlnlng narcotlci for.
itomach or bowel trouble "
It would be well for mothers to herd'
this warnlmc and kotp on hand ft bottlaj
of Dr Ci!dweir Syrup I'epin for baby
and herself and for any number of tho
family that ha need of r Iaxatle or a1
Ftomaclt remedy It In tato and plemant
to talco nnd hus cured tld pejplo of
chronic contlpHtlon and drpepsla of
many years' utandlntr, and tt U harm-1
ltt for a baby an many a hnppv mathPr
can testify It brln?."i nntural dal rnoe
tntntx, heeteni tti' Btiinnrli Hi Iu
and stimulate thu torpid llvrr to
proptr action The children Ilk. It I,afe
Wjathr?, the popular hotil i ian In In-
dlnnaiwlls. "The children 111." It.
we all iii It and wnuid not on ritiioui
It In th hou ' Mrt llittlo r'rou'h,
Tlptonvllle, Tenn., cured Wf & tnor.tha'
l.i Mhu ,,f i,,,tiirua(lnn with II Mrs.
,lmon Willi. Jamaica. Vt . a ir it savd
her ril,ya life. Mm A. IJ Cuni'nsham.
Fresno, Calif , anya she c4h'i K. ei i '.u9
'without It it cured her mi.- n of
ciirel my llttl rfi
nm rarnn.nj.nl vour arjl.na j r. i t Iv
w. hlshlv 'or chl'lrr.."
Mrs. Mai- E Your., lurllneifn H
wrltis: ! cfteerf'i'.lv ' writ. 3 t
BothrF as t. 1 : 1 hi :rr. '
Aluv ..! I over, uJ U'.
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Brolhtr of William J Bryan and
Mattie Florence Whoelor, a precious
lovely mft from the lovinic
Heavenly Father to Hounau aad
Clara Wheeler. Jan. 107. Just
a little while they wort tOruiitte! to
keep thi jwel hart. Thsir friaud
akud that it be returned July 2:ird.
sad hearts they say, thy wilt K done.
It was a brief life, but how il
aud lovely, IL beauty anil fracraaec
shall liairer waay a day to cheer nad
brighten our ueary way. Let at not
then, Kit praj for the needed
graee whereby we may be "mrri for
the Maeters ue" while we linger
here. Surely we have no unit to
wop where aahiaa aad italic help
so much To have loving
of our dear dead aad boi r
God bj helping the living Hour true
work after death iu sad work. I
Why weep. Iig pront. wh,n
there is irotui the daad in Chris '
IKnll " "- ,i.a atftttH "r"' Iet the childreo
eowe. for of suh is the Uugdoui of
Heaven. It is time that fur a little I
while there will be a vaeanl pine in j
our hoate here, but let us remember
there i a vacant plnee "over there
waittug for u in the Mansion prepared
for God s children. The sweet
voice some hauiv day shill be beard
I wondur oh, 1 wonder where Uie
little face go,
That eoine ami stniloa ami eUiy awhile,
And passliko Hakes of snow.
The dour, woo Imby facoa Unit the!
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l"t Mothers bide, ao tendor oy.Ml.
I)'p in their lnnrt atone.
' I0'' l0 lhm, tn"1 omewhoro in the 1
country we call Heaven,
The land trwet fair of everywhere. '
Will unto them be given.
A land of little farun, very little very
And every on- shall know horov.ii,
And cleave to it. there
Oh grant it nving Father,
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To the broken heartrnl plead,
Chicago and Return
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Publ'her of "Ths Commoner.'
I In n) i t'ent yet oh to rt.
In i rfect
T know that we shall ftnd thorn over
Uvon thorn tho woe white dead.
At thy rtKht haml in thy bright tnnsJ,
lly the HvIuk watra lel.
U. A. U
Farm lnr Sain.
I bare a frni fr !, iw wuloj,
aortb ot Msn.'o vo VUoipbm Mlatw
road, Ihomb a tbe Ji )i Moore fnu,
oootsin I Ho a'rp, tc.M4
lo dwrlliatt. barn, stable
and nil oeeeoary iU Hmldiass, Hew
on t'rookrd l'rrk i,t h "-Hi sore
eiraid .'" ii'ir. iria (orrt
la M Mwt
Over 500 3tudonta
Nino teochers. Sixty
Send for catalog
-Indiana's Greatpst Fvusioesi ScIhsT
1 forbid any ono keeping or harboring
my daughter Lena 13. Fcrrcll
please take warning.
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