Newspaper Page Text
' jxn"' rr-nrw
"' ' ' "' ' ' i . i .
I VMUM. . L .J I I UNCI.) J
I'ncli of the chit! or
liana n the bodv li a
V link in the Club ol
I Life. A chain it no
'stronger thin lt
weakest link, the body
tin atrnnlr itmn Its
, - , . " ninn mau (is
weakest or i. If there is weakness ol stomach, Iher or 1unj, there Is
neak link i the chain of life which may snap at any lime. Often this so-cniled
"wenknrs n caused by lack of nutrition, the result ol -weakness or iliioasa
or the Urn .noli and other orfans ol digestion and nutrition. Diseases and
weakliest rr the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr.
Pierce a f uli'jn Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach la
enred, di ,,ch of other organs which ttem remote from the stomach hut which
u.u .nun . ..Km iii w uncairu cunumon m me sinmacn anu
Other u rcum of digestion and nutrition, aro cured also.
The atroni mnn has a utroni ntnmach.
Take the above recommended "Dlscov
cry" nnd you may havo a stronil slum'
neb nnd a srrond body.
Giviin Avar. I)r. Pierce's Ounmon Sense Medical Adviser,
new rciird Uditinn, is sent frtt on receipt of stamps to pay
eipcnso of mailing tvly Stnd 21 one-cent stamps for the
book in paper cmcrs, or .11 stamps fur the cloth-humid u.
umc. Adlrrsa Dr. H. V. Pierce, HiitMo, N. X. .
tton't nead Tills Unless You Want to
Tho tall tradu la on nnd wo have
little tlnie-lu It'll you Just what wo
linvo but como tn the only sloro whe-o
furtilturo Is marked In plain llguioi
ami sou for yourself tho bargains.
11. S. CHANDLER,
Tho Furniture Man.
Give Homo Preference.
Why send oil to liao your Summer
clothes mado when yuu enn cut thuu
mado right horo at homo by Fred
nlctclti Juat- an cheap and you can
-uo llieiu ulil'c the) nro boing luadr
,uid lluro la no clinnce of jour Bull
boltig mailo wiong or out of stylo.
If your liver Is sluggish and out of
tnne.nnd ou fool dull, bilious, const!
patcd, tako a dose of Chamberlain's
Slotnncli and Ller Tablets tonight
before retiring and jou will feel al'
right In tho morning. Sold by Mo
Gaughoy Ilroi nnd nil druggists.
m m ,
In buying a cough modlclno, don'
bo afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Ilomcdy. Tlicro Is no danger from It,
nnd relief Is Biiro to follow. Espec
ially recommended for coughs, colds
and whooping cough. Sold by Mc
Oaughey Urea, and all druggists.
If you havo not paid your closet
llceuso to December 1st como In nt
onco nnd savo extra cost of thrco dol
lars. Don't neglect this.
W. A. FRAZER,
9-H City Clorlt.
Ho euro nnd take a boltle of Cham
lierlaln'B Colic. Clio era and Warrhoei
Itomedy with sou alien starling; on
your trip thla summer. It cannot be
obtained on board tho trains or
steamers. Changes of water nnd ch
niato often cauio sudden nllncka ol
diarrhoea, ni.d It la best to bo pro
pared. Sold by McClavghey Dros. and
Hi petitory la n dango'ous dlsons
but .mi no cured. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea llomoiti
has been successfully used tn nine
epidemics nf dsentcry. It has never
been known to fail. It 13 cmnlly val
uable for children and ndults, unci
when reduced with water nnd sweo'
cued, It Is pleasant to take. Sold b)
V.cC.nughoy Dioa. and all druggists
Dr. D. Tl.. Waddle, specialist, ojo.
car, nose and throat. Glasses fitted
Opera House block
Largest nnd nrost complete Stock of Phonographs and
Phonograph Records In the city.
1 have .Machines at all prices, from $12.50 up to $200.
The Victrola and Amberola
Aio two splendid Instruments. They will be an oman.nt to
any homo In tho city. Tho Vlctiola and Amberola can not
be equalled In America for splendid music.
For Information In regard to Phonographs and Records sou
Spot Cotton, Middling Basis, Salei.
Liverpool, dull nnd Irregular, 4 low-
r, middling S.18d; sales 8,000 bains,
American 4,700; receipts 13,000 of
which l2,9tio bales nro An-crlcsn.
Now York, quiet, S lower, middling
H.SScj sales 0,781 bales.
New Orleans, quiet, unclfnnge 1,
middling 13c; Bales 225 bales; f. o.
Ghilreston. quiet, unchanged, mid'
dling 13ltc; snlos 200 bales; f. o. b
Uomeum, stonily, unchanged, mid
dling lS'io; sales S5I bales; f. o. b
Oft . ,
New York Futures.
Open. High. Low. Close.
12.03 12.0S l&M 12.01
12.D9 1S0S 12.H3 i;i.0,1
lROI 13.10 1302 13.0
jsoi 12.00 I3.n:
13110 1302 13.13 13.1R
1200 1303 12.M lil!UI
12 07 13.00 12.00 12 OC
Tone nt cloiie, steady.
New Orleans Futures.
Open. High. Low. Clnjo.
.Inn 12.93 12.07 12 90 12.01
-Mar 13.10 13 03 13 OS
Mnj 13.1(1 13.15 1320
Sept 13.2.', 1325 13.21 13
Oct. .. 12.SS 12.02 12.S5 12.01
Pec 12.S0 12.91 12.S5 12.J9
Tone at r'ose ovy steady.
Open. 2 p.m. Close,
.Ian. Tob 0.S1 .O.St CSt
Peli. M.iv 0.S0H C-Sl C.SHj
Mar. Apr fi.St'j C.Sllt C.S2
Slnj .luno O.SlVi C.S1V4 0.8114
Supteniher 7.95 7.90',4 ".Sli
Sept. Oct 7.U 7.11 Vj 7.121,4
Oct Nuv 0.90' O.OOUi C.9d4
Nov. Uec 0.8114 O.Si',4 C.S1
Dec. Jan C.S1 .... 0.S1
Tone nt opening barely steady, at
New York Call to Liverpool.
Sept. 13.57; Oct. 12.9S; Dec. 12.90;
Jan. 12.94; Mar. 13.03.
Total pott leeclpts 3S.057 against
r.1,310 last jear.
Cotton sold for 13 to 13.35 cents i n
tho Bnuaro jestorday. Seed cotton
SI.S5 to $1.90. There were 100 bale
leeched jesterday making a total of
1 make a specialty of watch repat'
lng mak' no charge for examining
our watch, and charge less for re
pairing tlnn .my watch repairer In
this part of Texas. Try mo nnd be
convinced T V. Flalg, 0-20.
I - LINDLEY .JOHNSON iSuHHiBl
"... ,,,.,. ! aa'y. mt-HKwb
. -7T ' WM' r '" '"juns
j THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN IT IS A LUXURY TO f V
rnPK ii in Bft Cieanline5S
LlUsJi OB 9 BiS iJflTl'y' Perhaps one of Ihe principal )
j) I reasons that the Jcmand for
4 i SOUTHLAND COOKING j
Greenville Gas Co- "L".:.:'::!: !
H S vcrnvproof cans ol convenient
J) I size. You know it is dean and
- .. This together with its absolute
' ii i -- ,..,.M-......,. .,.,....,.,....,.. purity and digestibility, makes
in i .i
I y aiiteed to give perfect satlsfac- Y, I
i . linn nun nnr ininrn in iniin :
A. R. Holmes
Only llellablo Companies Hopre
sented. Otfice 200 N. Stonewall
Street Doth Phonos 3C5.
aiiteed to give perfect satisfac
tion and not Injure tho most
delocnto fabric. Wo aro ox
cluslvo In this lino. Phono for
Information nnd prices.
: G, 1YI. Christopher
; ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR.
Carry full lino or all kinds
! Electrical GooJs.
277 WoJt Leo Street.
First Door West of Arvlu't
Both Phones 1C8,
ELITE PRESSING PARLOR
ROY GEORGE, PROP.
First Class Work.
OLD HATS MADE GOOD AS NEW
Homo Co. 320.
N'oitli of Commercial National
indispensable for cooking, fry
ing anj baking.
It is a vegetable proJuct, guar
anteed to contain no animal fats
I'ul up In 3, S and 10 lb cto(,
and for ! at nil food grecttV r
Dallas Oil & Refining
Uallas. - Til
i I ' v j jSiJLC'1 J i
AtSOTHpR WOMAN BOOSTER.
Makes Some Observations Rather to
To tho Herald: I rend with muc.1
Interest tho nttlclo In Tuesday's Hor.
aid by "A Woman Uooster." I wish
to commend all her suggestions nnd
liopo that our people will net upon
thorn. Whllo I agree with her prop
osltlon that wo should use tho pro
ducts of our local manufactories, and
should spook well nf our newspapers,
1 want lo add the suggestion that wo
should, as far n possible, spend om
money with our homo merchants, nnd
1 may remark that the morchniiU
who nihortlso In our tiowspupeis nm
speaking well of them, and that, too,
In a tcrysubstnultiti way, and li
spending our money with thorn, we
nro al the same time helping those
who aro helping tho lawn. The hnbltj
iu.it some jioopiu hao ot o.dennu,
iiom catalogues or going to oilnm
uties tu uo their siiopp.ng wori.s qtf
diu.it Injustice lo our local iiu-rcliaui
and hurls the tuiin. And tponluiif ie
-ut ci Us ng, "A N oiii.ui lioostor
oiiBgesilona ilial wo should give lion
iiiuiuilactoilos the iireforonce, union,
.i number of futtorles, hati uuusvil iu'W
lo think of bonie things Hint 1 am g.U
lug lu write out and see If the lloinlu
win print it. i notice "A Woman
Ui(.ister," mentions the Klour Mill.
Iteliuery, llroom K.iclory, lloltlliig
Works, Candy mid Ico Cie.ui Kietory,
tins l'lnut, MiiUuias r.ictoij, Hani
wood I'.ictoiy, and othei concerns. It
it had not been Tor tho genorous
spirit of tho Ili'iiild l would not Iiiim
inown that soniu fnctoilca luemloiiud
exlbted. Wo lake both tho dally p.i
peiu nnd If some or those plants li.iu
ever toM the pi-oplo of Uieenvillo
thruugli cither of them that thuv
wunt their pattoiugo 1 uvuilookul
tho ract, mid 1 lnno beou leading
Loth papera ipiltu u whllo. Ot i-otuse
"AloiicEMin," tho homo made fluur la
not only a lliatcl.iss nrtlcle but Is n
household word for the Flour Mill
keeps Its imiduct constantly before
tliu local trade through olio or both
of the local d.illles. The Oil .Mill
also uses tho papois to cducuto tho
t'toplo to the economy and bonellt lu
tho use of (.otloj seed meal uud hulls
nnd Is work'ng up a good trad-., 1
presutno tho ltelliiory nmuufactiires i
cooking oil, but I am only justllla.l
in lirehiiiiilng, for tho Itollnory has
uoer Intimated tho fact lu tho locul
pniiois. 1 must confess luy Ignorance
of oen tho uaino of this local prod
net, but 1 do know tho name ot the
"Southland'' cooking oil, made by the
Dallas Oil and Uollulug Co, because
this unine has become familiar to iej
through tho pretty and elfectho nil
vortlsonionts In the lloruld. "Cook
with Has" has become u familiar
phrase and tho housewife who does
not tako Mr Murphy's advice Is cer
tainly not lllng up to her pilvlleges
Mr Murphy has carried on his cam
palgn of education thiougli the dally
papera. Whether tho llottllng Works
Mikes bottles or something to put in
bottles I do not know from the local
papers nnd wheio tho Candy and Ice
Cream l'actory has Its habitat Is bo-
bond me. 1 learned of tho existence
of tho Mattress l'actory when It ceas
ed to exist, being destrojod by llro,
and I saw lu u uutlco lu the papers
that u company had been organ.zed
to manufacture brooms. Tho poliej
of tho last factory Is yet unknown.
Llku other local manufactories It iuiy
albo keep Its light under u hushol
bo far us local putrouago is concern
oil. 1 havo seen sumo iuiy artistic
work turned out by the ll.udwood
factory and I havo always n'.i. thai
tho fact that it Is reall yunuecessnr.'
to scud uwuy fnuu Oroenvlllo for tho
best gradu ot woik in their line
bhould be .'uhurtmed In tho locul pa
purs. In my mind tho llaulwood
I .icto y has bu 'n confiied with the
fan plant, rellgeniting, grain dealing.
' etc , until I really don't know nil thla
I laelory can do. 1 know It can make
! lots of nice things that the people
I bhould know moro about, l feel war-
1 anted lu Indulging lu these luthei
pointed rellectlous becuusu tho Her
ald has permitted an argument to bu
madu iu support ot tho business of
firms that lu all the soars ot tho life
of bOcral of thorn, so fur as 1 can
local, hno noor contributed u dol
lar to Its buuliiess. I know that
these factories should bo encourngod,
but It occurs to me that ordinary busi
ness judgment would suggest to thosg
who run them that If they deslio tho
local business thuy should iniiko the
people here fnnMllar with their Jim
ducts through tlio local papers.
AN'OTIIUIt WOMAN HOOSTUIl.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. '
Deeds Filed For Record In tho Officii I
oi ino uouniy UlcrK. j J
(I'Urnlshcd by Klucy
Abstract Co.l , Y
TlA.tta ntn.t Ont , ,A1t. . ..
wwi.n lliv-. kdJi. Ifi, ,i)lU,
S. M. Cannon nnd wife to L. M
Pnyne, blocks !0. 24 ami 25 lu J, f
Ueasley new addition lo Cnmpbell;
O. C. Mulkey ami wlfo to R 1'.
Wright, SO ncre ot Martha Phillips
J. It. Crawford ntiil wife to C. H.
Drown, lot In Comuiorco on I.Io Oak
There Is more Catarrh In this see
.Ion of the coutry thnn al. ot'.or ills.
.noi put logethcr, and until the last
'cw onrs was supposed lo bo Incur
able. For n grent ninny years doc
tors pionounced it n local illseaso and
described local romcdlcs, nnd by con
stantly falling tnr"- itli loca'.
lAinilnn, Sept. 14. Tcstlfjlng
tho resumption twin) of the Dr C'r"
pen iinuiU'r trial, I't'otessor Augury
lVplier, a pathologist of th Uuiil-'
slly of Lnndon, wild his oxninln.u("
had com Hired htm that liumnii imi'.'
round lu the cellar of the 1IHM,.
Or scent home were seveied by
baud skilled In surgerj nnd dlroei?'
by a mind lh.it poisess d i real kuoi
"1'v'a.aJ.jmritoinVi . ...a
Hold by druggists, 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for tonsil
Plenty of Them in Greenville, anJ
Cood Reason For It.
Wouldn't liny woman bo happy,
After )c.irs of backache suffering,
1 1.0 a of misery, nights of unrest,
Tho dlsticss of miliary troubles,
Sho finds lellef nnd emu?
No reason why any Oroenvlllo
Should suffer lu the fact of ovl
donee like this:
Mrs. Susan Castleberry, 215 W. Ilea
ly St., OreouUllo, Tuxas, says: "For
nbotit a year 1 was subject to dis
tressing pains across tho small of tm
bnck nnd n sorenoss through my Mil
nojs. I wns oaslly tired nnd often
aroso In the morning foellng iroro
worn out thnn when I wont to bed.
Tho kidney Bocrotlons woro lrregulir
in passage nnd gno mo nildltlonsl
annoyance. Tho uso of two boxes of
ivoan's Kidney PIUb, procured nt
I'ord & Pennington's Drug Storo,
benefited mo groitly. I think thev
aro tho best kidney romedy 1 have
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Uuffalo,
Now York, boIo agents Tor tho United
Kemembor tho nnmo Doaii's aud
m "iu $m
I I J IB (
naa I atf B I I
en, women ana uniioren
WE HAVE EXERCISED THE UTMOST CARE IN THE 8ELEC
TION OF OUR FALL SHOE STOCK AND THE CARE WHICH WE
HAVE EXERCISED ELIMINATfi ALL RISK ON THE PART OF
THOSE WHO PURCHASE SHOES OF US. WE BUY ONLY Or
RELIABLE MAKERS, AND ACCEPT ONLY STANDARD PRO
DUCTS. WHEN YOU BUY SHOES Or U8 YOU CAN RELY UPON
THEM LOOKING WELL, FITTING WELL AND WEARING WELL.
Kneeiand Shoes for KVIen
$3-50, $4.00 and $5.00.
KNEELAND SHOES for men have stood the lis'. We want ou
to see our lu-w Tall Stock Our collection incliuU .1 nil tho good
hlii.pi'B from ihe broad, mitt, romfoitablo toes to the neat trim Inst.i.
Tiiey 1 oine lu patent roll, Wfl kid, gun inolnl mid tun, lu blueher
l.ici ami button
YOU WILL FIND THESE SHOES AN ABSOLUTE SAFE SELECTION-PRICES
s:.bo. SI. H AND S5.00.
Selby Shoes ForWomeiH$2.503 $3D $3.50
WE ARE JUST AS CARErUL ABOUT THE QUALITY, FIT AND APPEARANCE OF THE WO
MEN'S SHOES AS WE ARE ABOUT THE MEN'S.
SELBY SHOES COMBINE THE MAXIMUM Or COMFORT TO THE WEARERS WITH THE
NEATEST, TRIMMEST APPEARANCE AND THE VERY REASONABLE COST, $U,50. S3.00
Hosiery That Wears We!! M h
; CLASSIFIED v
WANTED A second hand safe. Ad
il.eatf with paiticulurs, Uox 101.
l-'Oll SALi: A good loll-top ollico
desk, cheap. Kov. C. 1'ugsle), 1117
Pdik street. 1
LADITS Seo Mrs. J. G. Armstiong
and hale .i Splrolla Corsut made I'
older. 'Ihey :nu rust pioof. lull
FOR RENT Two
rooiiiu, close In,
Apply at Hernld
FOR HUNT Nice Ihe room cottagi;
In uouthenst tircenilllo. Old phono
Not Higi Priced.
You will find repre-eut'il lu our Hunlory Dopartment every dosirablo
web'ht and wi'itve In a cnnipleio tango ot sites In Hosiery of good, do
It is to the long woarinjj qualities, tlie good appoar
anco and tho( roasonablo prions of our hosiery that
its popularity may bo attributed.
Misses' good quality IIoso In tho fluo and heavy rib, per pair 10c, 15C
Ladles' Hose lu the nlco silk finish In black and colors, ua well ns tho heavy
fleeces and wool. Prleea 100 to 5Q2
500 to $2.50-
& VM X
I OR HAI.U Scliolarslilp ' (Ircon
UIIj llusiiioss UiiUomliy. Imqulrd
nt Herald office.
FOR HAI.10 Second hand 3 horto
power gasoline engine, cheap, Ureen
President Helps Orpliano.
Hundreds of ori.hnna .ia0 been
helped by the President of the Indus
liial and Orphan's llouw ut Mncou,
Clii.. who vrltos:.."Vd havo UBed
UluctrlB Hitters In this Institution
for ulna ycais. It has proved n most
excellent mcillcluo for Stomach, l.l
fr and Kidney troumes wo kbuiu
It ns one of tho best family medicines
Hi earth." It invigorates all Vila or
paps, purines the blood, aids diges
tion, creates appotlto. To strenijlliou
und build up Ial. ttiln. weak children
or rundown people It has uo equal
Heat fur fuma'u tomplnluts. Only &0c
tt all tlriini;l8ts.
The Fall term ot Qrcunvlllo flusl
puss univorsity lubiuh ii, ""v
teuibor I'Jtli. Prospectlvo studeata or
cnjoni- dOBiilng Inforiiiallou wl 1 cou
fcr a rnvor by phoning tlio lonegu
looms. This school Is doveloulug
WANT to hell tv.o largo loth near
Woat Yards for ouu huiidrvd dollars
each. S. It. Kttoi
ROOM FOR UHNT
imil uouth uxpoxuro,
-Clone in, uoith
Apply J. F. Ivy
Regular Dinner From 2 to 2 p. m. f
.J. SHORT ORDERS TO PLfeASE AT ALL HOURS.
SUNDAY YOU WILL BE SERVED WITH ICE CREAM
X WITH DINNER.
Yours to PIoar.e
I Tames L. Beckham
hniirii tills wock lio la offering yini
ii.lrlrritliH In furniture. Hfinll'timM. UlBt.
stienglh nnd Us students are "olujL,,, ( mmtot aM himaoliold fur
rmight for good poaltlouB In dlfferyst ,U,1IH ()Uint cllep J(uU rogm gulM
In a Tloht Placo. j Saved -From Awful Peril.
U. S. Cliiimlkir, tho furiilturo nxr I "1 never felt so near my Brave."
bus moro fiirnrtiire thnn lloor space, J w rltos l.owls CJnunbllu, of Manches
ter, UlilO, ll- It. no. a. .is wuun tt
frightful couch nnd lung trouble pull-
m u 1
i any tiaras x
Sob our Tally Cards before y
you buy for your next party, y
The newest up to-date to bo '.
Y bad. Soo our window. x
Ford & Pennington $
SANITARY MEAT MARKET
285 West Ixie Street
Doth Phones itl.
Big Cat Fish Lunch 15c
Barbpouo ....;.,... 15c
Mexican Chilli.... 10c
French Dripped Coffee 5c
South Side Leo Street,
Half block from M, IC &. T.
Mis, Carrie Meyer
if the Hunt County People
knew tho merits of Hall's Texas Won
der thoy would never suffer from KM
noy, llladdcr or Hheuinntlc trouble.
J1.00 bottle a CO day treatment bui
don falls to cure. Writo for local tcs
tlmonlals. Dr. 15. W, Hall. 2920 Ollv."
FOR ROOMS ANU HOARD Seo Mrs
Units, corner King nud Pickett Sis,
Nice, new rooms uud good table board
TO HXClIANdi:. Will exchange i.
modern home close; reditu for 'M pe
mouth, for suburban pioperiy, souih
ilreenvlllo pieferrod. Apply to W. J
Shepherd, opposite Poslofflro.
Took All His Money,
Often nil n mau earns goes to doc
tors or for medicines, to euro a UUisi
nch, Llvur or Ktooy trouble that l)r.
King's New Llto Pills would qidckiy
euro nt slight coat. Heat tor Dyapep
sla, Indlgostloii, llllluusnosB, Constl
patlon, Jaundice, Malaria and Dobllt
ty. S5e nt ail druggists.
ud mo ilowii to 116 pounds lu spile of
uwny reuiedlos uud the boat doctors.
Ai,l thnl I nm hIivh Ind-lV Is dill:
I'10 "I1- solely lo Dr. King's New Discovery,
' ( which completely cured mo. Now 1
When tho digestion Is all right, the vvolr-M mo pounds and can work bara
nctlon of tho liowoli rogular, there Im h al cured my four children of
n iiuturnl craving and rellsn for food rroup." Infallible for Coughs and
When this Is lacking yo uoiny know 1 Mti u, tbu moat certain remedy
that you need a doao ot Chamber. ror i,0orippe, Aathma, desperate luuis
laln'a Btoimicli and Llvur Tnblsta iron,u ami hII brouchlal nffcctlonb,
'I hey strengthen tho digestive onsiHm ( fl0o alJ jj 00. A trial botllo free.
Improve tho nppoiille and regulate ' onunwitoosl by all druggists.
the DOWuIR HOIU liy MCllBUgoy urna.
h Bad&e oi
! f5 r. r- r i " Ji
u 65t. k
tu ; -r xmnn. -in iHVTjii
FOR HALH Second hand A. C. mJ
tor, horso jiower, 133 cycle, 101
oltaBii, 1100 revolution. In good run-
St., St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists j "'K order, flioenvlllo Herald.
1 ,. W,a. "."?, o Cru,ch- . j WANTHD Purchaser for good nix
' When Kdltor J. I', BnBsroan, of C01 i ,. ,. . . ... ,
nollus, N. C, brulsed-bls leg badly, I r"oul 'IwoIIImb; corner lot; cistern;
I It started an ugly sore. Many salvel I situated near Woiloy church. Now li
and ointments proved worthless. ; the lima to secure good homo. 8, 11.
Then IJuckln's Arnica Salvo healed 1 i;ttor
It thoroughly. Nothing Is so prompt ' "
nnrl anrn fnr TTI-Ara. Ilnlla lttirn. I
Ilrulses. Cuts. Corns. Sores. Plraploa. ' FOR 8ALI-At a bargain, houio and
, Ilrulses, Cuts, Corns, Sores, Pimples,
uczema or rues. 21c at an druggist.
Havo you tried a saucer of the de
licious nut cream served at Jonos
Now Creaioi Parlor? If not, do so at
Whether you want 'furniture for
rush or on Installment, seo us. U.
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Appllsd Inta Ilia nostrils
la quickly absorbsd.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It tleunx;-, aoolbi 1, In al- und piottvU the
di-tOMitfil im lubr. ud p-tultuia frura ('ntsrrb
aiiddrisiiiiii 1. '-ililuiih-lJtudquuklr.,
Itintorua tho r)tuH of Tatto und Huiell.
It in buy to ua. OunLiiiM no injurious
drugs. No tuervury, im em-ulno, lut wor.
phme. Th IioiwuIihM reniwly.
Price, W uuU at IiruggUti or by null.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., Naw York
II F Jones, funeral director anl
Tor furniture repairing our store
can't bo beat It. r. Jones.
lot 011 Collego HHI,only two Mocks
from street ear Hue, houlo four
rooms and tuo gullurlus, good cistern
Lot 00x115, on southeast corner of
bliick. Apply to Miss Mary MluWt,
old phono 512, now phono 21 21. 9-21
OLIVKIl TYPUWHITKitS 17 cents a
day. This la a mail sum but It buya
now No. 5 Ollcr Typewrltor. Baay
of touch, durable and wholly dppon'l
uble. If you aro Interested you can
examine tho latost model of this urn
clilno at the Hcralad office.
Now wheat Monogram flour, sound
ns a dollar For sale by all leading
grocors. Take no other.
P.H3T IIAItQAIN Boat bargain in
Woat Oroenvlllo, two-atory roaldanae
uii Woat l.ce, near llurloson Coll&,
largo lot, huuso aa good ua new; nil
modern conveniences. Including
for twenty-two jearu I havo bcenaroge, bath, Kas, and electric HljliU.
ropalrlug watches and mill looking Tho lot alone Is worth flOOO.OO, and
fur moro to repair. Try me. I'll do lr ou will pay for the Improvemcnti,
iny boit and treat )OU right by good uu can have 11 Will N. Harrison
, work and lowost prices. T. I', Klal j j the Luud Man.
Is printed 011 the outer wrapper of every bottle of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
and it is the only medicine for woman's peculiar ailments,
sold by driiKijists, the makers of which feel fully warranted
in thus takiiiK the afflicted into their full confidence
Tho moro Imown nhont tlio composition of
Dr. Plcrcc'n Favorite Proscription tho moro
coiFltlonlly will Invalid woman t.lj upon It
to euro their peculiar wcalaior.-ct. , ul de
ranHemontt-,. There's no seor -7 ahuut It
mahO'upno deceptive Inducetm-sttn Ite'd out
to tho afflicted. It's simply a jood, honest,
square 'deal medicine with no alcohol, or
tnlriflniK. ttniit. fnritihui ilrtuia 111 its COtUPO
sltion Made wholly from roottt. It can do no harm In any
condition of woman's organism,
Devi.ed and put up by a physician of vast experience in the treatment o. woman's
maladies. Its ingredients have tne induibcment of leading physicians in all
schools of practice. , .111
The "Favorite Prescription" is known everywhere as the standard remedy
for tiiseases of women and lias been so regarded for the past 40 years and more.
Accept no secret nostrum in place of "Tavoiite Prescription" -a medicine OF
KNOWN COMPOSITION, with a record pi -10 years of cures behind it.
It's foolish and often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested
medicines setrctimes urucd upon tin- .diluted as "just as good" or better than
"Favorite Prescription." The dishoni-t dealer sometimes tmnis that lie knows
what the proffered substitute is made of, but yo don't and it 1$ decidedly Jar your
interest that you should know what you are taking into ytwr stomacli and system ex
pecting it to act as a curative. To him its only a difference otfltfolit. I hereiorc
insist on having Dr. Pierre's Favorite Prescription. P;rH,
Send 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of m.uliii,' ouh oa n free copy of Vr. tierces
Common Sentw Mediial Adviser, 1008 j).iK.-..iitliliound.
Worlds Dispensary Medical ;W. i.'...n i'ropnetore, R. V. Pierce, M. U.,
President, Uulialy, JS Y,
... irni r7 r.r , .a dUMWAMr mlm Tuisaifrnnfrrr-" r"-! rf '
- ... . .,j . . . , r-asi --