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NEWS FI^?M VIRGINIA ?ND BERKLEY LOCAL.
sion of Spirits. Awful
Headache, ' Pains in the Back,
Shifting Aches, Palpita?
tions of the Heart.
J?H Cured by: Dr. HaKock's
Wpnderful Electric Pills
for Weak, Worn Out Ner?
v iMany people havo tho above symptoms
?fend ."treat, themselves for Dyspepsia or
Rheumatism or Headache, when the real
?trouble Is in the nerves. What you, Dear
tBufferer, need Is a strictly nerve med'.
Sielno,' and' that remedy is Dr. Bullock's
Wonderful Electric-Pills for weak, worn
' out nervous people. Thoroughly tested
? f?r past fifty years and never known 'to
? tell to 'cure ?11 nervous uffectlons In
'young or.old.'' The nerves are the regula?
tors of everything that goes on In the
'body' and when they arc not properly
nourished things all go wrong. Dr. Hal
-doett's Wonderful Electric Pills. w;il nour
.'?:tsh the-nerves, build up tho broken down
g constitution and impart new ' energy" to
flagging spirits,' stimulate the ambitious
^ and ? give any . one nerves of .steel. The
; Old Dr. Hallock Wonderful. Electric Pills
.'for wcTik, worn-out. nervous people will'
' "slop ithat nervoiiB hendnche. Pains In the
backend.shifting ache3 pass away under
V their tfriaglc'nl Influence. People who suf
: fer.from depr?BSlon of spirits, awful foro
";"bodlnge, palpitation of the heart, should
: take Dr. Hallock's Wonderful Electric
V'P.'lls: You will be delighted at the mark
'?'?cd .change tho Pills will produce. The
-"Blues" and the "Dark Future" will give
./?placo to a happy disposition and a rcnl
;'Ts:atlen'of a .bright future.
;., These. Pills have been used by Dr. Hol
' 'lock In his privato practice for many
' years for all nervous troubles. They are
perfectly safa to. take: they do not qon
/.Ataln narcotics. Tl^b Pills are for sale by
SI medicine dealers every whero at $l per
r.v"box,or 6 boxes, sufficient to cure the most
i 'obstinate cases, ?5.
sa -Bent direct from laboratory, prepaid to
destination, on receipt of price. Circu?
lars Free. Address HADDOCK DRUG
? '?CO., 110 Court at., Boston. Mass. ;
V: 'Eloctrlc Pills for fale by Burrow, Mar
: tin & Co.. .236 Main st. and -0 Hill at.,
?;:'Nor<olk,:va.. Trade supplied.
500 REWARD I
? We will pay the abovo reward for any
: - case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick
> Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or
1 Coattvonoas wo cannot cure with Llverlta,
? the Up-To-Dato Little Liver Pill, when tho
'.-. directions, aro strictly' compiled with.
'They, are purely .Vegetable, and never fall
' to glve^satlsfactlon. 25c. boxes contain
v 100 Pills, 10c. poxes:contain 40 Pills 6c.
;?' bbxes contain 16 Pl|ls. Beware of substi?
tutions and Imitations. .Sent -by - mall.
Stamps taken. N ER VITA MEDICAL
'' ?CO.; Cor. Clinton and Jackson Sis.. Chl
S'cago.Ill. Sold, by BURROW. MARTIN
,; & CO., Norfolk, .va. . jeO-wc,fri,sa
iio tind 115 couto, nt drug ?tote?, ormMlrdon re
D?UG CO.. Baltimore, ntd.
How Realize ii
? ; 'A little over a year ago. we'advertised
% that we would sell one stove of our make
?V; to. anybody as. low as a- dealer could buy
i'.;..:a'carload. Then our trade was limited to
':'<? jVlrglnla. and North Carolina- Since wo
. ? advert Is ctT- this' we have shipped them to
:C-?yery State from Now .Tork to Florida,
t'/end as-far West ns Ohio?rlglit in the
tieart of other stove manufacturers.
,i VNobiinff but prai3e comes from these
?rv.'States foT their baking qualities and ex?
cellent finish. Tho celebrated Fllz. Lee
;Ji-O?ok,;8tovo - -'Is destined to be in more I
'f..'.homes in more States than any other |
tf:';*t?yf> ever made. Write for Information.
B15 to 827 North* SeventseBlti St.
.t.nay'iV-w oi f r, b u-ly
fSB&?StiiFt?u. utaica *?* JS\
8??"?. ??? mu, ?m, Hbbe.. T?k? W
'?? ?ta?r. A/a,, ianj.tvj. .ut.tUu- V
fiM l*'l?trt?w. 'AlDntfbU, itui.U
in- ?ma. Uf tuileiUri, IKtlmnUli tnt
1 TOU'Sore-Throat, Plmplea, Coo?
ler.**'Spots;; Aches Old Sores, ?J
[outh,^Hair FalllngT . Write
?t;CPv 1877 VaBONIC
. for proofs of
... jrst cAsea cured
e b'or,U Xrte.
James Brittle Sentenced to Five
Years in State Prison,
NEW TRIAL ASKED FOR
Jntlffo Alklnsou Ralnca sum Boolc'?
?ttutl From 810.000 to 920,000 ?
(011 nnO Nrnrby t:?tlll?tU?? Prepar?
ing For Celi'brnilcn. nt Doliiwnr?
1'urU 27 111. In??.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Suffolk, Va., Sept. 19.?James Brittle
gets llvo years In State's prison. That
was the verdict brought last night by
an Isle of Wight Jury after a seven
Counsel for the defense moved for a
new trial. Argument on the motion
will be heard September 28. The law?
yers, of Whom there are four for the
accused, may move? for a change of
venue because of the local prejudice
against the defendants.
Owing to the gravity of the charges
Judge Atkinson has seen fit to raise
Sam Beale's bail bond from $10,000 to
$20,000. At the preliminary hearing it
was fixed at $3,000, and was first raised
at the beginning of the County Court
trial last Tuesday. Boale has strong
financial backing, and could probably
give surety in $50,000.
Beale and Ed. White, the latter col?
ored, are In Jail. They went In default
of $5,000 bonds, to which figure their
bonds had been raised from $1,000.
The cases against Beale and White
will bo called in October. Benle's case
will perhaps be the last. The special
session of court has adjourned.
OLD VETS' OUTING.
The old Confederate veterans of
Southampton and nearby counties are
fixed for a big celebration at Delaware
Park September 27. There was a mass
meeting of vets held to-day at Court
land, In the county court house, for the
purpose of perfecting plans.
."Governor" A. M. Brownley, of
Franklin, was president, and Colonel
L. R. Edwards, of the same town, was
Judge J. B. Prince, of Courtland,
made a speech in which he said there
might be many vets In Southampton
Who didn't know ho was In the war, be?
cause he was not associated in service
with soldiers of that county, but was
a member of General Wade Hampton's
Committees were appointed from each
magisterial district to raise funds.
Fifty dollars will be appropriated to
pay for a band. Captain Wells was
made chairman "of -a. committee to see
about dinner. Company I, of Franklin,
will be Invited to take part.
MRS. CHURN ROBBED.
While at church a few evenings ago
Mrs. Essie. Churn, who lives nt No. 6
Institute street, was robbed of $5.65 In
cash and a gold watch. The property
stolen was resting In a bureau drawer
in a bed chamber. The burglar forced
entrance through the back door, whose
lock was taken off. He got. the valua?
bles and left the drawer and door open.
THE LEADING WOMAN.
Of Mrs. Brune, the lending lady with
Frederick Wnrde, the Baltimore News,
16th Instant, says, in part:
"The Juliet of the evening, Mrs. Min?
nie Tlttell -Brune, wns watched with
not a little curiosity. Play-goers are
always eager to scan and analyze the
work of young nctrcsses In this most
trying part. The Impersonation last
night wns marked by distinct ability
and charm, and also by Indisputable
promise of fine development in the
future. The bnlcony scene, always so
difficult, was very cleverly acted, and
Relief In Six Hours.
Distressing kidney and bladder disease
relieved (n six hours by "New Great
South American Kidney Cure." It Is a
great surprise on account of its exceeding
promptness In relieving pj'n In bladder,
kidneys and back, in male or female. Re?
lieves retention of water almost immedi?
ately. If yon want quick relief nnd cure
this is tho remedy. Sold by Walke, Mar?
tin & Gray, druggists, Norfolk,' Va.
iTYiHALti THEATRE, THURSDAY,
DAY. SEPTEMBER 21ST,
MR. FREDERICK WARDE,
Supported by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M
Bruno nnd an all-star company In
V'ROMEO AND JULIET"
It requires three cars to trnnsport the
?company and sceneTy. Reserved seats now
on salo at Stewart's drug store. sel9-3t
DO YOU READ ABOUT ALL THE I
accidents which are constantly hap?
pening to people In all walks of life'
Do you ever think that one of them is
l.'able to happen to you at any time''
Then do you know that
THE TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COMPANY
Is tho very best accident company In the
insurance business, and that WOOD?
WARD & ELAM represent It, and will bo
glad to talk accident Insurance to you at
The firm known and operated ns Deans
& Gordon?P. H. Deans and J. C. Gor?
don?Furnlturo dealers, corner LIborty
and Seventh streets, Berkley, Va., have
this, the 18th day of September, 1890, dis?
solved co-partnership. The business will
still he conducted by P. II. Deans.
I have addend to my now well selected
stock of Bicycles and Sundries a line of
Graphophoncs? from $5 to $300?with over
8.000 pieces of music from which to select.
Also a ftill line of accoutrements. A full
lino of fine Pocket Knives. Repairing bi?
cycles a specialty.
Corner Berkley avenue and Liberty St.
' ??_H. L EDWARDS.
JOHN S. ETHERIDGE.
BtjronaT A?aer1Ious a* to Joat What
tlit . Remedlea Will Do.
that bis Rbetuuatlam
Cur? ?III euro nearly
?n elite of rbeuaoa
Minn la a few boon;
that bla Djrpuptla Our?
?III cere la4l(tat!?a aatf
all it am ach trcublti:
that bla KJdaey Our?
win tur* ?? per cant,
?f all eatee at tuner
troublt; that Ida Ca?
tarrh Cora will *ur?
calatrb ?*> matter how
ko* Monding; that hla
Htiijfa* Cur? Will eura
aaj klod of headache la
a ft it tatautta; that
bla Colo Cur* will
(j'llrVly break ap aar
toft! of cold and so On.throUili lha entire Hat of
reniadlca. At all drugglste, 35 ccutt a rial.
It ron Deed saMleal odTlce write Prof. Munjoa,
IsOO Areb at.. Ililln. It la abwliitalr tree.
held the .attention of the audience
breathlessly. In the more sombre por?
tions of tho play toward the close, there
?were often manifestations of genuine
power. The general support was capa?
Riding on a foam-flecked horse that
had been spurred to Its capacity n
messenger came to Suffolk about 9
o'clock to-night to summon a doctor
In haste. He reported that one of the
Misses Steele, who live at Hill Point,
four miles away, was speechless and
might be dying- Dr. Gibson, went.
NEWS OF PEOPLE.
Rev. John Stanly Thomae, a Pres?
byterian minister of Wilmington, N. C,
preached a good sermon nr. the Chris?
tian revival last night. He left for
Mtsdames H. E. Smith and F. T.
Jones will leave to-morrow for Daus
vllle, N. V., to recuperate in health at
the Jackson Sanitarium.
Mies Nettle Nelms left to-day to visit
Norfolk and Portsmouth friends.
Nansemond Seminary will open the
scission 1S99-1900 to-morrow.
Misses Virginia and Mary Gordon left
to-day to be guests of Miss Bettle Peak,
a I Church land, Va.
Miss Charlotte Young, who had been
entertained by Suffolk friends, went to
her home at Henderson, N. C, to-day.
Rev. John Hatton, of Philadelphia,
is visiting relatives In Suffolk.
Mrs. W. W. Ballard got back to-day
from a stay In New York.
Mrs. Mittle Ames, of Lower Parish.
Is visiting the Misses Beale.
Mrs. W. J. Lee, of the county, la be?
ing entertained by Suffolk friends.
Mr. George P. Fltchett, of Suffolk,
left yesterday to look after hi6 lumber
business at Newvsoms.
Miss Mary Harrison Gregory will
leave to-morrow to enter Woman's Col?
Mrs. C. B. Leet, of New Tork, came
to-day to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Lotzia.
Miss Minnie Brothers has returned
Mrs. L'ula F. Crump and daughters,
of the Suffolk College faculty, got back
yesterday from Nova Scotia, where
they passed the summer.
After a visit to Suffolk relatives Mrs.
Thomas G. Elam left to-day for her
home In Hampton.
Petersburg, Va., Sept. 19.?Nothing
has as yet been learned of the where?
abouts of Hy Steele, the convict who
escaped from the Central State Hos?
pital early Sunday morning'. It is sup?
posed that he has gone to North Caro?
lina. Steele's escape was not a surprise
to the medical ofllcers of the hospital.
As he had not shown any real symp?
toms of insanity since his admission,
the hospital authorities had expected
to return him to the penitentiary this
I learned this morning from a gen?
tleman from Templeton district. Prince
George, that the peanut crop In that
section of the county, would be a very
short one. The shortage is due to the
News was received here to-day of a
most distressing accident, which oc?
curred Sunday morning about 11
o'clock, near Harper's Home, Bruns?
wick county. Mr. Eddie Wilkes and
his two sisters, Misses Annie and Bet?
tle Wilkes, who reside at Harper's
Home, were driving in a carriage to
which two mules were hitched, on their
way to the Good Shepherd Church, In
Dlnwlddle county, to attend the ser?
vices there, and as they were crossing
the bridge over the Nottoway river the
tongue of the vehicle got out of the
yoke, which caused the team to become
frightened and run away.
Mr. John Buchanan has returned
home from New York, where he went
to meet his brother, Mr. Robert Bu?
chanan, who came over on the steamer
Oceanic from Scotland.
The lawyers and doctors of this city
will have a game of baseball next. Sat?
urday afternoon. The entire proceeds
of the game are to be devoted to the
Home for the Sick.
Nli n roHT A KWH.
ANDREW DRAYTON AGAIN IN THE
Newport News, Va., Sept. 19.?Chief
of Police S. J. Harwood was notified
this morning by telephone from Ports?
mouth that a negro supposed to be An?
drew Drayton, the escaped murderer.
Is under arrest In Norfolk county.
The Portsmouth police described the
man, and his description tallies with
that of Drayton. The Portsmouth au?
thorities are confident that the man is
Chief Harwood notified Common?
wealth's Attorney P. St. George Wll
cox, who Instructed Officer "Phillips to
go to Portsmouth for the purpose of
identifying the mnn.^and if he proves
to be Drayton, to bring him back' here
Tho I'nrm Exposition Bit*. .
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot)
Paris, Sept 19.?President Loubet vis?
ited the site of the Exposition of 1900
to-day and urged the directors of the
works to exert themselves to the ut?
most in order to show the world in 1900
that France is still a "strong, laborious,
united nation, whose generous soul is
nilod with the sense of her mission of
progress and peace, and that ehe has
Ji?V been affected by. fleeting quar
A canine supposed to have hydropho?
bia bit three persons In South Norfolk
early yesterday morning before any
one suspected that It was mad. The
persons bitten were the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James Deans, on the
right arm and hand; a small son of Mr.
Geo. Taylor, on his right arm, and a
colored man. The dog was a pet of the
family of Mr. N. Wicks, of South Nor?
folk. The injured persons-were prompt?
ly treated by physicians and no danger
is apprehended. The dog was killed. ?
Some unknown person entered the
store of Mr. W. C. Smith on Berkley
avenue Sunday night and stole about
fifteen pairs of shoes. The thief went
as far as the Norfolk and Southern
Railroad, where he unboxed the shoes,
leaving the boxes.
The Co-Educational Institute..opened
yesterday with an enrollment of 45
scholars. Prof. Newman feels very
much encouraged with the outlook, as
there are many more pupils yet to be
Rev. Paul Bradley, wife and sbn,
Paul, have returned from the moun?
tains. Mr. Bradley will All his pulpit
The case of Ben Langaston, a 17-year
old colored boy charged with shooting
at Mr. J. W. Etheredge In the county
Saturday night, came up before Justice
Tillotson, of South Norfolk, yesterday
afternoon. The evidence not being suf?
ficient to convict the accused he was
fined $5 and costs for shooting on the
Misses Katie and Belle Darden, who
have been spending the summer with
their brother, Mr. B. H. Darden. South
Norfolk, have returned to their home
Mr. F. C. Hough, of Eastport, Me.,
j a former resident, has returned to that
Miss Annie Sims, of Old Point, is vis?
iting in the home of Mr. C. S. Sanford,
Mrs. Chas. Dalby Is convalescing from
Mr. Wm. H. Sanford has arrived from
Elizabeth City, N. C, on a visit to hla
mother, Mrs. S. H. Sanford, of South
Mrs. Martha Hollowell, of Great
Bridge, 6pent the afternoon with Mrs.
E. A. Prlvott, Onkdale, yesterday.
Miss Laura Thompson has returned
from her trip to the New England
States, and feels greatly benefited by
the change and rast. Miss Thompson
will be pleased to have all who are In?
terested In establishing a kindergarten
In Berkley communicate with her
on the subject.
I Misses Hattle and Lenora Spry,
guests of Miss Pattle Butler, left yes?
terday for their home in Mathews
See Deans & Gorden's dissolution ad?
Mrs. J. R. White and children have
returned from Edenton, N. C, where
they epejU, six weeks. ?
Mlsues Tizzle Pierce, of Liberty street,
and Sallle Morrison, of the county, left
yesterday for the State Normal school
Mrs. Sarah Gray, of this place, hs
in Chowan county, N. C, visiting her
two sons, Messrs. John M. and H. J.
Miss Fannie Hayman, of Elizabeth
City. N. C, is visiting Mrs. Joseph Hill.
Mrs. Mary Sawyer, of Cartersville,
Va,, is here on a visit to her son, Mr.
E. E. Sawyer, on Montlant avenue.
Miss Eula Churn, of Matchlpongo,
Va., an ex-student of Ryland Institute
and ? very charming little lady, is here
on a visit to Miss JDalsy Nichols, on her
way to West Point, where she will at?
tend school the coming .session..- .
Capt. Joseph Hill, wife andidau'ghter,
Miss Etta, of Elizabeth City, N. C.,- who
have been visiting, in the town,- left
Monday, for Baltimore.
Miss Bettle Forbes, of Edenton, N. C.>
is the guest of her' sister, ' Mrs.
Chauncy Saunders, on Montlant ave?
Officer Parker, gave. his son a birth
clay rPtty at the family residence on
Lee street. Among those Invited were
the Mistes Williams, of Montlant ave?
?The funeral of Mr. Lafayette Hall,
who died Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock
at his home on Washington avenue,
will occur from Spurgeon Memorial
Baptist Chwrch this afternoon. The In?
terment will be at Elmwood. Mr. Hall
was 35 years old, and leaves a widow.
REAR ADMIRAL SC 1-1 LEY.
WILL ACCEPT COMMAND SOUTH
(By Telegraph to Vlrgipian-Fliot.)
"Washington, Sept. 19.?Rear Admiral'
"Wlnfleld Scott Schley will succeed Rear
Admiral Howlson in command of the
South Atlantic station. He has no pro?
test to make against the assignment
which the Navy Department selected
for him. As a sailor he will obey or?
ders without a murmur. He called
upon the President this afternoon and
told him that he had no complaint to
make; that he would cheerfully assume
the duties of any post selected by the
authority which it has been his pride
to serve for 43 years. Rear Admiral
Schley was very reticent when he left
the White House after his interview
with the President, and except to say
that he always obeyed orders would
make no statement as to the interview
and offer no comment upon the assign?
ment to the command of the South At?
AN IMPORTANT STATION.
To the Rear Admiral's friends the
President has said thnt he regards the
station as of great importance, espe?
cially at this time, in view of the situa?
tion In South Africa and the unsettled
condition of affairs In Borne of the
South American countries. Far from
regarding the assignment as a slight
tho President told Admiral Schley's
friends he regarded it a3 a mark of
distinction. Besides ho said it was the
only way to gratify the Admiral's de?
sire for sea service. The Asiatic squad?
ron is in command of Rear Admiral
Watson, and Rear Admiral Farquhar,
W;ho is Admiral Schley's senior, has
been selected for the command of the
North Atlantic squadron when Rear
Admiral Sampson leaves It after the
Dewey reception In New York. The
only other squadron commensurate
?with the dignity of a flag officer of Rear
Admiral's Schley's rank, 'therefore, is
the South Atlantic. It Is .possible in
view of the Importance attached to
the station at this time that some ad?
ditional ships will be assigned to the
squadron, which now consists only of
the flagship Chicago, the Wilmington
and the Machlas.
I.nwrcnc? Gitrtlluer Dead.
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.l
Washington, Sept. 19.?Lawrence
Gardiner, Democratic National Com
mitteeman for the District of Columbia,
died here this morning. Death was due
to a complication of dropsy and heart
CIs the joy of the household, for with?
out it no happiness can be complete.
The ordeal through which the expec?
tant mother must pass, however, is
so full of danger and suffering that
ahe looks forward to it with indescribable fear. Every woman should know that
the danger, pain aind horror of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the use of
" MOTHER'S Friend," a scientific liniment. By its aid thousands of women have
passed this great crisis in perfect safety and without pain. Our book of priceless
value to all women will be _ **-a
sent free to any address by BnSH?kWU\%/Stl^B*^ ?^
VIRGINIA * STATE?TAIR !
BEGINNING OCTOBER 3.
And Continuing October 4th, 5th and 6th,
AT THE GROUNDS OF
THE NORFOLK DRIVING PARK ASSOCIATION.
BY THE VIRGINIA STATE FAIR AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.
S6.000.00 In Purses lor the Speed Programme
Watch the papers for particulars, or address
W. E BILLION, Sec'y, Norfolk, Va.
The tlmo to expect bargains is when
one is selling out?NOT TO CLOSE?but
when he is to continue business.
? This seems to us a self evident proposi?
tion, hence comments unnecessary.
Wo arc closing out certain Uno3 not to
be renewed, but In the meantlmo wo aro I
selling staples which wo arc* compelled to !
keep up. henco new goods In Watches,
Diamonds, Jewerly and Silverware.
TJuyeTHho old t'me's house and you will not be disappointed. Our present nnd
future stock were bought and ordered n t the old low prices, hence the lowest
prices will prevail. Come and see.
C. F. GREENWOOD & BRO.. 318 Main Street.
They overcome Weak?
ness, irregularity and
omissions, increase vig
or and banish "pains
of monstruation." They nro "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at
womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm?life
becomes a pleasure. ftl.OO PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold
by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio,
Sold bv BUKROW. MARTIN & CO.
TO HOME I
"OME.duties to many, women seem more important thaa
\ No;matter how. ill they feel, they drag themselves
I throughithe dally task* and pile up trouble.
This is^lieroic buta penalty has to be
paid. . ? '?' !-.'-;'
A woman in New Matamoras, Ohio,
Mrs: Isabels.Bradfikld. j tells in the
foUowing letter-how she fought with
disease of the'feminine organs until
. finally forced.to take to her.bed. She
?? Dear..' Mrs. Pinkham?I feel it my duty to write to you to
toll you that I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
? pound andfthink'there is no medicine in the world'like it. I
suffered for nine years, and sometimes for twelve weeks at a
time-I. .could not stand on my feet. I had female troubles of
all kinds; backache, and headache all the time.
Seven different doctors treated me. Some said
I would have to go to the hospital and
have an operation performed. But oh I
How thankful I am that I did not, that
I tried your Vegetable Com?
pound instead. I cannot say
too much in its praise, nor>
thank you enough for what it
has done for me. I want you
to publish this in all the papers
for the good of other
The wives and1
mothers of America
are given to over?
work. Let them be
wise in time and at
the first indication
of female troublo
write to Mrs. Pink
ham at Lynn, Mass.,
for her advice. This
advice is promptly given without charge.
The present Mrs. Pinkham's experience in treating female
ills is unparalleled; for years she worked side by side with
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, and for sometime past has had sole
charge of the correspondence department of her great busi?
ness, advising and helping by letter as many as a hundred
thousand ailing women during a single year.
Time and Installment Price
Discount $3.00 for cash .
Wo claim It to lie the best Mowei
on the world's market regardless of
price. Staunch, durable und light of
draft. Great numbers nro sold hero
annually nnd thero are more Buck?
eyes In use In the two counties than
of all other makes combined. This
house has sold the Huckeye exclu?
sively for about twenty years. Old
buyers nro new buyers. These facts
Hhould Induce you to use the Duck
eye. Wo Invite examination and will
gladly show Its workings.
Steel Hau KaKes
Self Dump nnd Hand Dump, solid
steel axles, steel wheels, guaranteed
to stand?strong nnd durable?boy
can operato either style?prices down
low?iron and steel havo advanced in
cost nearly 60 per cent., and Mowers
and Rakes will surely bo higher in
rrlce next season. Buy n Buckeye
this year and tako no chances.
Implements, Fertilizers and Poultry Supplies.
NORFOLK FARM SUPPLY CO.
McD. L V/RENN, President. E. C. GUNTHER, Treasurjp
GEO. B. TODD, Manager
\ Buy Now, Before Stock is Exhausted. I
Our last car-load Is nearly sold and
the prlco of mnterlal has risen about 100
per cent., so our future; price on
will have to bo mnterlnlly increased. It
will pay. to buy now nt $7.30, thus saving
in price of stove and cost of gas used
SHE WAS BLIND.
A blindness conies to me now and then. I have it
now. ? It is queer?I can sefe your eyes but not your nose.
I can't read because some of trve letters are blurred; dark
spots cover them ; it is very uncomfortable.
I lenow all about it; it's DYSPEPSIA. | Take one
of these ; it will cure you in ten minutes.
What is it ?
A Ripans Tabule.