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ore soda crackers made from the finest
flour and the best materials obtainable
That Makes them an ideal
are baked in surroundings where clean
liness and precision are supreme
That Makes them
are touched only once by human hands
when the pretty girls pack them
That Makes them
are sealed in a moisture proof
That Keeps them FRESH
NATIONAL BISCUIT. COMPANY
(Never sold in bulk)
Spot Cotton, Middling Basis, Sales.
Liverpool, onslor; middling 7.8 jil;
sales C.000 bnlesj American 5.G00 bales!
receipts 03,000 laics ol which 31,800
balos wore American.
New York qulst, middling H 50c
New Vork Futures.
Open. High. Low. Clow.
14.S3 14.3T 14.25 14.32
14.40 H.4S 14 33
Lint cottou sold esterday for 13 lo
14 cents. Seed cotton J4.00 to ?5 00
Tlioro vvoro 47 bales roecUrd making
a total of 8,GG" bales.
The Demon of tho Air
la tho germ of LaGrlppe, that, breath'
ed In, brings suffering to thousands.
Its aftci effects are weakness, nerv
ousness, lack of appetite, energy nnd
ambition, with disordered liver and
kidneys. Tho greatest need then la
Electric Bitters, the splendid tonic,
blood purifier and regulator ot Stom
ach, Liver and Kidneys. Thousands
havo provod that they woudorfully
strengthen iho nerves, build up tho
fl8tem and restore health and gooJ
spirits after an attack of Grip. If suf
fering, try them. Only 60c. Ported
i satisfaction guaranteed by all drug-
' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
become famous for Us cures of coughr,
colds, croup and inlluonza. Try it
when In need. It contains no harm
ful substance nnd always gives
prompt relief. Sold by McQaughey
The Call of the Blood
for purification, finds Volco In pimples,
bolls, sallow complexion, a jaundiced
look, moth patches and blotches on
tho skin all signs of liver troublo.
13ut Dr. King's New Lite Pills make
rich rod blood; give clear skin, rosy
checks, flno complexion, health. Try
them. 25c nt all druggists.
i i '
Youi cough annojs you. Keep on
hacking nnd tearing tho dellcata
membranes A your throat If you want
to bo annoyed. Hut If you want rellof,
wnut to be cured, tnko Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by McQaughoj
A good thing Is nlvvays easy to re
member, like Monogram flour. Use
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Your watch cleaned ana guaran
teed ono year for one dollar at Flalgs.
In Corner Drug Store.
o ,, U
NOW the distance to Chicago ismr.tei
ially shortened by the convenience of
Through Sleepers- Chicago
arc in daily servjee on
Ilis ifajy IhnifeiL
via the Katy to St. Lovrir. and the Allor.
New Pullmans with all the comforf
clcctric lights, electric: fans, dental lav,
torics, sliding screens and more cor
modious dressing rooms fortheladies
add much to the pleasure of the journey
Then, there is no change of cars you
go right through without a bit of bother.
Morning arrival in Chicago in ample
time for bu::ncss, or for" all connecting.
L uu in'cr 1 going 13,
ortlirougli Chicago, jou
will appreciate tnuccr-
lgjS vie JW.h reirrvati ':.i r 'Jjf , k-,
StK i.d any jrlom.-ii i f. -, ?! '
-1 , m,.;..nt H Vy.
. - ttip v ill lc cl . '.- $P'
jfjr i , fun ishfd tj w.ir t ''?? t . - '
jret litlet ..
,H--Hl-MH"Hrt''H I' I I M' I I1 I"M-l -5-H-H-
That llttlo girl who la
begging you for a piano
feels tho necessity ot
learning music. Don't
put thlB matter oft any
longer but come down
and buy a piano on
small payments, and
make her happy.
Deeds riled for Record In the Office
of the County Clerk,
rurnlshed by tho KIncy Abstract Co
Deeds Illud Nov. 10, 1910:
U K. Jackson et al to V. II. Slono
10 11 nciua ot Win. Stono survey.
V. II. Stono and wife to II. H. Webo
Hi.U ucies of Win. Stono survey; $r.0ei
J. W. Webb and wife to J. C. Sic
Caity, loll .icits ol Win. tSouo tjr
H. 1 Vuughau to Col. M. K. Church
of America, lot In Uteonvillo on Uast
iteni- street; 150.00.
.1. 11 Adair ot al , to S. 11. Dunnam,
100 acres ot Win. Hodges survey,
J. S. Smith nnd vvlfo to It. V. Harlc
uqiss, 747 'J ncics of l 1'. Wooifbeuy,
W. T. Hun Is, Chas. Hurl, L It Chan
cy and Jno Stiles survojs; ?2S,'J30.00.
J. S. Smith and vvlfo to J. "vV. She--rard,
y tracts ot James Hamilton sui
aojs, numbers 22 and 3"; ?11,7 13.00,
Henrietta Karp to D. H Hamblen,
lot In Giieuvlllo on Marshall and Tia
ib streets; 300 00.
W. II. Maloney to P. W. Malonoy 2
lots in Commerco on J. A. Burnett
A. 1'. Yarhrough and wife to 11. W.
Brown, 2 tracts, ot Jauo Doak survey,
J. A. Stephenson ct al., to J. II. Hud
spotb, lot la Commerce on J. A. Bur
nett survey; $5200.00.
Deeds filed Nov. 17, 1910:
It. I Haniia and vvlfo to W. II. Ma-
lonoy, 3 acres in Wolfo City on Uriah
Bluo survcj; 500.00.
M, U. Williams et al , to Mrs. M. H.
Willis, lot in Wo'fo City on Uriah
Blue survey; 400.00.
A. A. Cl.irk to M. A. Ixigau, 29 1-4
acres of It. B. Haley survey; S32.O0.
It. A. Cole and wlfo to J. H. Kas-i
wood! lot IS and north one halt of lot
17 In block No. IS, Celesta; 550.0 J.
Mrs. M. li Willis to 11. L. Hopson et
aI,lot In Wolfo City on Uriah Bluo
11. C, Gregg to Llllib J. Crawford,
119 acres of Jackson ritzgorald sui
J. It. Hastwood and wife to W. 11
Colo ct al., lot 18 and north ono-half
of lot 17 in block No. 15, Celosto; 550
J. II. Hudspeth to G, W. Grlsham,
tract of University Lands Leagues 4
and 7;- 7S0O.0O.
J. W. Swindell to G. I Phlpps, lot
In Clreenvillo on Wellington avenue;
Ths Industry Carried on In One Dis
trict For Cenlurlel.
'Iho fiimnnklm: Induillj In Clilni
,ni -liiilfil iiMimiU-t n pi In Ihe vli
lupe of I'eiigshou. nt Ampow. itlmlil
throe inllM fimii ulnv. II vv.i lui
meilv foiillni'il In wniniMi In vnrloiK
unutrholilH. lint ful mniij 11'irn mii
orv fnnillv In tin- vlll.ic' Iiih been
devoli'd I" ilit vvuik. nil tlu nn'inlieri
nt tin- fiimllliH IicIuk iKHiiplpd In tin
nnii ii.u tun- iil l In- "I"-" fan It
iimuufiii imvd In ililt ilWlild.
Por the fi-.iiiu- tin- -fpllt liiimlnio Is
rcpiMledlj lived until mcIi piece h
sulllclenll.v lemlei nml llexlhle. Tliern
tlirculllUc pimp- of lumlmo nre m
nuigiMl In a ion. uttiulied to eiu'h th
er by a threntl imsxiMl crot-iw l-e
throiiKli the middle ThH Ihre.ul I"
fnslenitl lo u M-iiilclriiifiir etilp nt
bamboii, trlv Ihb the fun lis sli.ipe 1 hi
rlba mu then sllplillj heulecl mid liein
nt the omN The f.ui hut now tin
pecullnr and phaiwlcrlsllc nhell like
shape nt I ho top Very lllmiy Mitt
gnuje Is llien pisled on Hie fate nnd n
kind of llssuc-llltu paper on Iho buck
After the h.inille Is ntliithcd the hin
der of the fan H blucl: ninlthed and
the gauze Is conted vvllh n (.hulk and
water mixture The luudlci mu nrule
of bimlmo, vailoui kinds of linril
wood, bone nnd Ivoij. Tho hand p.ilnl
Ing on the f.ms Is cleverly (lone. In
wiiio Instances being works of nrt.-KxcImiirc.
A Curious Courtship
Ily SAUA TREAT BINGHAM
Copytlsht. 1910, by Amcrlcnn rrM
t vvns tvccml) entertained by n iren
tlemnn nnd his wife, living In their
handsome country plnco on one of tho
most beautiful of Amnrlenn taken, i not lonR known In the nye-nye of Mad
The Hsrpy Esgla, the Ay-yo nd tit
Tho world him been so thoroughly
explored Hint one might ImnRlno It
Impossible tbit nnj noteworthy spo
cles ot innmmal or bird rould still ro
mnlii unknown. Vet every now nd
then RomelhliiK new turns tip Tor er
(impli, It was not no Terr ions nun Hint
n first s ii.n ' ii - i ltl
the hni i- .'i i 1 1, ii i '' ths
region ef the v h. whuIi feeds
chiefly on matiVe - .vnnther curiosity
whose eouiiMilp was eertnlnty the
most dtmuge 1 ever hcnril of They
were both lUisslnus bj birth and both
of the higher class The liimhnnil told
mo the storj one evening wlillo we
were smoking on Ids plniuui overlook
ing the water It wni this-
I nm now a lnnn of novenly, nnd dur
ing my long life lliero bis been a
grent chnnge In the polltlenl condition
of my native country Were It not for
this change Instead of telling ynn my
experlencii I would be death! nfrald
t your knowing 11. Indeed, 1 should
be living, lis It were, hi oblivion. 1
was one of the original iillilllts '1 he
word Is no longer used In speaking of
llusslnns who oppopu tho gov eminent,
for there Is nothing It stands for
ngawnr, n inuniinnl which bus one lin
ger of each band most curiously pkcl
etonlted and eliiinnlcd for the purposo
f (lrtgRliig from their burrows th
rnrthnornm on which It feeds As la
well known. It Is from Australia nnd
New Zealand that come tho nighties
bluls, mine of which readily breed In
The fur neat rebels In captivity.
The seals which one sees captive nnd
which do such Intelligent tricks nro
hair senls, belonging to ipillp n differ
ent Hpecles. So oppomjLis the fur seal
lo the very notion of deprivation of
liberty lint It will Invariably starve
Itself to death rather than submit to
mieh n enmllllmi. Likewise It Is wllh
the Tasimnlnn devil, a nueer little
marsupial ftbout two feet long, some
what reKcmhlliiK In appearance n bany
A FAITHFUL- FRIEND.
Th Secret of Hm Loyalty to the Con
A negro w.iseecuted In a pilson not
man hours' journey fiom the clly not
long ngo, hjvs the I'lill-iilclplili Times,
Pur several months prior to his de
parture he li.ul bceu visited b n faith
till friend who brought him chicken,
possum, sweet potatoes, cigars mid
The bearer of these good things
seemed to be under somo tumble. It
wns suspected that he 1ml some lull
mate know ledge of the crime for v hleh
the other was to be executed. The se
cret came lo light on the morning of
the execution, when one of the guards
overheard this conversation lietvvien
the two men.
"Now, Jim. illdn'l I dono do every
thing 1 could for youi"
"Yes, Bill, jou bis sbo' fuTllled all
ol) yo' obligation an' sipnred 'counts
fo' ilem crap games, mi' I sho' Is
'bilged to yo' "
"And, Jim, does jo' swear that jo
won't come and ln'nt me after jo's
dono gone nn' been hanged!"
"No, BUI; yo' lias sho' acted llko a
man nn' a brmlder, an' I ain't low
down inonn 'mill' to ha'nt jo' now, but
ef yo' hadn't brims mo ilem things
when I told jo' 1 sho' would lnv'
ha'nteil yo' overv night of 30' life. n'
don't jo' forget It."
Let us press our full dress suit
for Thanksgiving. Model PreBsln,
Parlor "Cotton" Phillips, tin. Pressor
Both phones. i-t1
"Every otiu knows that when a man
has once hid jellovv fever and lecov
ers he never contracts the disease
again, no mailer how much he exposes
himself to Infection." said Dr. Tret! S
Williams ot Havana "This nbllll) to
resist tho minute oiganlsms vvhleh
cause tlie malady Is called luiniunllj.
nnd In tiople.il countries where jellovv
jack Is nlwajs present It Is tuiniil to
profit In v minus vvnjs
"Thus (lining the Hpanish Ainerlriii
vvnr regiments of ImiiiuneH were en
listed In the south for sol vice In the
fever ildilen uiuntrj about hanlligo
Again, during nil epidemic In New Or
leans many persons purposcij exposul
themselves to Infection because the
disease prev nihil In " verj mild foiin,
and they concluded thnt if they were
Infected they would quickly recover
and would be inmiuim during severe
epidemics In the future." Washington
Wondor of Dlood Transfusion.
There Is nothing more dramatic In
surgciy linn a transfusion of bluoil
to beo the patient tnko on the rosy hue
of health, waken out of Ids lethargy,
show an Immediate live Interest in Ids
. . . ..u'rta-'--!JUjj-ecovii un
der the eje of Iho operator. mlultit
ive must not permit thu riinoiiurTr.ii.J
... . rr
fuseil to cipiai Hie 110r111.11 iui inn
miildenly oveitaxlug Ihe lienrt. but In
Iho ease of jouug clilldrun who have
hud seveie liemoriliagen tnoro in ij i'
that exists should exist all Rhould bo
ilestrojed Todnj there Is a piocess
of building up ltussln, nnd even the
term revolutionist there In nt present
eonflned to 1 fen
The belief of tho circle tint I be
longed to was, nmoug other things,
that nil piopcrty should be held In
common I wns then hut twenty jeais
of ngo and wits caught by this Idol
Indeed, joung as I was, I became 11
leader among the nihilists. Bill my
principles underwent a sudden ehnnge
A brother of my father had emigrated
to America ami had nuide 11 fiutiine
lie died n bachelor when 1 was twen
tj tlvn jenr old and left me Ills prop
erty, amounting to moio than hair 11
This acquisition of wealth will turn
the hend of any comuiunl-t from bis
principles. 1 no sooner learned that I
wns heir to 11 fortune than 1 saw all
the social problems 1 luid studied 111 11
different light, lint one objrst look
possession of me- to emiceal Ihe news
of my folluiie from mv nssoclntes,
hiding mjself from them that I
might enjoj It. One night I left nnn
of their meetings to disappear from
Ihein foievei Ulsgulscit. I left ill
midnight for Amerha, and In a few
mouths my properly was turned over
In time the cause of my absence
would bo known I should bo tried
nnd condemned to death I turned
over my piopcrty nnd tho collection
of my Income lo an agent, wllh lu
Ktruetlnns lo send Ihe blttei to an an
other linmo than my own, which I ns
sumed, nnd nttcmpled to lose my Iden
tit j- In traveling from place lo place
I never ducd stop nnjwhero morn
than n, month at n lime, nnd before
long 1 began to experience that Hied
feeling which Induces criminals who
know Iho police lire limiting them lo
give (hemailves up and suller the pen
ult j of their crimes.
Especially did I surfer from being
cut off fiom my own countrymen 1
dnred not nssoclnto with a Itusslan
lest thiough him my identity nnd
whereabouts should bo rniuniunjcutnl
to those who were looking for me Tor
tell J curs I lived 11 life In death I
have often since wondered how the
CJiir, knowing all Iho while Hint there
nro many persons seeking to kill him.
enn live without bienklng down with
As tluiu passed nnd I still lived If 1
did not feci easier 1 ut lenst took fewer
precautions ngnlnat being found by one
sent lo kill inc. In fact, I felt Hint 1
would rather die than Hiiffni- mjsilf to
coiistnnllj fear death
One daj I wns Inlrodiicul lo 11 lndj
from llussla, who 011 learning fiom
something I Inadvertent Ij dropped lo
reveal Iho Innd of my nntlvlly thai I
was 11 Itusslan took nn interest In me
Hounded as I felt sure 1 bud been for
many j-enm, I gnvo mjsclt up lo the
companionship of Ibis woman, who
seemed lo liavn been sent lo 1110 In mj
banishment lo rnmfoit me Indeed, I
was falling Into Hint condition we call
love when 0110 muotillKht evening at 11
house w belli we wero entertained slm
suggestid thnt wo vvuik In Iho gnrilmi
When out of sight of the house she
suddenly faced me, drew 11 dagger mid,
wllh thu words "I'urglvo me," attempt
ed to plunge II Into my heart. I vvns
too quick for her, springing backwurd
Then 1 11 lid to hi r
"Try ngnln. Another llmo I will not
opposii you I hnvn lived so loug In
this dread that I welcome dcalh."
I threw open my cunt and presented
my bnnst to her
for a moment she stood Inesnliite,
then hainhd hei dagger to me
"I eaniiol do It," sho said "Hut If I
don't I will be killed Do tho work
jourHoJf; it will he n ''icrejoilUi!',
Women's Lund, lo 'he south of An
trnlla. It Is iilmost Iticcolbly fero
cious, preying upon the sheet) nnd pou!
try or the runner, and never jet,
though cnpminl In eirtlest Infancy,
has II respniii . d In kindness by mani
festing nn amiable iluiiioslllon -Phlla
TALL AFRICAN GRASS.
Beautiful 8oenei t-Nlnht on tba V.lill
When Firo Sprisils.
Unlike n good deal of South Africa
IthcHlesln Is largely wooded In somo
nlnces the forests 111 e of value, but n
Inrgo proportion Is not Tallied for Its
limber. The grass In this pnrt of
Africa grows to n phenomenal height
In the vnllejB. and osnodnlly In the
vnllejs of Iho Snbl nml Knmlivrl rivers
It loaches lis gienlest height. To say
Hint tho grans Is often twelve feet high
Is no exaggernllon. Naturally It Is
verv ensv to lose- one' wnj 111 this
grass It ono Is unroitutinte enough lo
strsy from the benleii trn k. It Is the
custom there to burn this grass off
each year when It getii dry. This Is
usually In August nnd September or
even In October Tires bum for miles,
and ns Iho country Is lirgcly n wilder
ness Utile damage l( done by this
method ot destrojlng the grass. It Is
r benutlful sight nt night lu the lire
season to see the hills for miles nround
encircled wllh llnnen.
After the grass has been burned the
rainy season usually lieglus. nnd It Is
then that the country Is nt Its prettiest
The graso Is then pi-ten, and Iho foli
age on the trees Is benutlful. The old
leaves drop off gradually, and the new
ones take their place before the trees
are hire. The new leaves are of nil
Bbiules of the rainbow, mid It Is much
like the fall scenery in this cotmtry
when the dead leaves nre fulling from
Iho trees. Waterfalls: nre numerous In
tho mountains:, and thero are many of
great height, nlthoiigh tho rivers are
usunlly small In volume.-Sprlngtleld
S 1 to S5 SAVED
If you want to dress well end at tho snmo llmo savo 15.00 on
jnur fall Suit come to us.
Gray and brawn novelty worsted Suits, good looking In nppearaneo
end prlco. $13G0 aluo : S0.75
Who nnd grnj worsted and chovlot Suits in neat ;trlrcs, well rondo
and c.isllv worth SIGUO, our prlco Is $11.75
All tho new tiovelly patterns ns well as tho conservative staple rut
terns that aro Rood $ 17.00 values, priced nt S1V5.50
Bluo serges, fancy novelty mixtures In worstods nnd cheviots, per-f.-ellv
tailored nnd newest fnM models and aro excluslvo J20.00 values.
IViicd huro at only Siri.UlI
It Is the Latin word nihil, which illor ,,., 1, fnm nly n Tasmania. ? Many attractive now patterns In gray chovlot Sulla, would look gool a
means nothing, tho nihilists believing L rRl, ,i,,mi 'formerly "known ns Van S to nujhody nt J1S.B0, but wo prlco them on a closo profit margin
that nothing, gov crnnientnl or social, nipi,.ii's 1.11ml. lo 'he south of An 4" Hi !pl.J.S A
I Boy's Clothing;
X tojn' brown nnd bluo cheviot Buster Drown Suits, good, neat pa'-
terns, specially priced nt SU.'IG
.! ii.- ni mile eniv Hiilts. well in.ido rdA worth more than our
u.y.. - 1--- o . ,, Kn
iirleo of ' 5.u 3,
llojs' bluo scrgo suits also tho fashlonablo browns nnd gray and the 5,
ncatcat patterns nnd best values obtainable at ......S-1.05 ,
All boys' suits nro woll tailored and tno latest moueis sou unc x
neat stylo knlckorbockor pants .5.
KNnu- HH..-..L-. Billalw fll otar
To tho Ladles.
It jou failed to got a coupon entitl
ing you to n frco chanco at tho Hoos
lor Kitchen Cabinet call at our atoro
and get 0110, ns wo want evory lady
In droonvlllu nud Hunt county to havo
a chance. It costs jou nothing mid
jou nro cordially Invited to call nt
our stoio and seo this tho grcato3t
Kitchen couvonlenco mndo.
ItAIlCHS PUUNITUUB STOIIK.
Good homevmade bread Is something
wo all onjoy, and cornea with tho usa
ot Monogram Hour. Not only white,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always BoughA , -n? 'TJ:!
Bears tho S7& yT .LT t'"" "' "'" operation the pulleiit 1
1. L Collins Music Co.
Vm-I-M 4-M-I-!J' vW- H-I-K- 'I-K-I-Ht-W'
X"X-sH"M-:----"M-W'-,,-W--"vsss issX-s ..
., . ...,, v . . .,
it Kip van rvmKie iivea
CUBE YOUR KIDNCY3.
Do Not Endanger Life When a Green'
vllle Citizen Shows, You
He would surely keep the NEW PHONE; The QUICK 8EH
VICE, both LOCAL and LONQ USTANCE, would enable bltn
to CATCH UP FOR ALL LOST TIME during bis twenty years
sleep. You havo dally profit in keeping a phone. To wait lo
to lose. Order now and be ready for slcknens, business, pleas
ure, anopsias, eta r
HOKVIE TELEPHONE CO..
Why will pcoplo contlnuo to suffer
thu agonies ot kidney complaint, back
ache, urinary disorders, lamancss,
headaches, languor, why allow them
solves to become chronic invalids,
whn a certain euro is offered them?
Doan's Kidney Pills la the remedy
to use, becuuso it gives to tho kidneys
the help they need to perform their
It you havo ony, even one, ot tho. tovery," nnnouueuu -""'i"""
symptoms ot kidney diseases, cure "What W lt'i" usktd 1 wlggs
yourself now, before dlnbotes, dropsy "I'm n fool"
or Urlght'B dleoase seta In. Itead th'si "Ah. tho Joke Is on your friends"
Tho superliilendcnt of n western
mine lu driving a timncl struck a
body of ore. 'Iho icln vvns vertical
mid had a sharp dip. To develop It
nnd get icady lo inlnu the ore It wns
necessary lo put down n winze thnt Is
to say. to sink n shaft. In this Instanco
nn In'' lino.
KlnWd over tho dlscoverj". ho tele
graphed the bonrd In the east (hat ho
had struck- rich shipping ore nnd re
ceived the laconic reply to begin ship
ping nl once-.
He wired Hint bo could not ship nuj
ore until ho had n wlnzo on the villi
"How much will n wlnzo eost?" wns
thu telegraphic query.
"Ono thousand, dollars," ho replied
Tho next iiuery floored him. It
rend, "Can't you buy n secondhand
wlnzo chenperV" New York I'ost.
A Joko of Mrk Tvualn's.
I'robably few people are aware that
the theatrical godfather of Hint famous
actor .Mr, Wllll.iui (lllleltii was Mark
Twain, who wns 11 fellow lowiiHunu
and a friend of hU father. .Mark
Twain In leferilug lo the matter suld
Hint when ho used his Influence to kot
young Gillette 011 thu stuge he thought
he wus pliijlng 11 groat Joke on the
manngemonl, for In- did not linnic (u
letlo hail Iho slightest aptitude for act
ing. Hut It tnrnid out In be no Joko
after nil. "I don't know," said Mark
Twain, "wllh Ii I llko better-having
(lllleltii make (i tremendous success or
seeing onu of my Jokes i;o w rong "
Meenlster-Aml whv didn't je come
to ihe I. Irk Inst SnwbathV Handy I
fTod liovvt but 11 Hhlliln' In my clues.
- Vh on?r muikle siller to pit lu th'
'itlon bun all ut nln time. Ixm
HIqIi Qrndo unrd Compounds.
Phono jour grocor nn order for
oillier our Hlk or HI Toro Lard Com
pound nn good ns tho best, economi
cal and vvliolosowo. Texas lloflulng
Hoosler Kitchen Cabinets.
Itomombor tho (Into, tlmo and place.
KAIK1-V8 FUllNITUUU STOItH.
OlasBpa correctly lltted to tho eye,
lenses ground nud in.ido wlillo you
wait, Dr. 11. Iloskow, Optician.
lllchard Hudurta tollot goods. l-'ord
& Pennington. 11-22
it Is In tlmo ot sudden mtsnan or
accident thnt Chamberlain's Llnlmont
can bo rolled upon to tnko the place
ot tho family doctor, who cannot ul
ways bo found at tho moment Then
It Is that Chamberlain's Llnlmont Is
novor found wanting, In casos of
spralna, cuts, wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Llnlmont takes out the
soreness nnd drives away the pain.
Sold by Mcflaughoy Bros.
Saved From the Grave.
"I had about given up hope-, after
nearly four jcars of suffering from a
uovore lung trouble," writes Mrs. M
L. Dlx. of Clarksvlllo, Tonn. "Often
tho p.tln In my choat would bo almost
unbearable and I could not do anv
work, but Hr. King's Now Discovery
has inado 1110 feel llko a new perBon.
It's the best modlclno mado for tho
throat nnd lungs." Obstlnnto coughs,
stubborn colds, hay fever, la grlppo,
asthma, croup, b'onchltls nnd hemor
rhages, hoarseness and whooping
cough, yield quickly to this wonder
ful medicine. Try It. 50c nnd $1.00.
Tilal bottlos free. Guaranteed by all
Your watch or clock clcanod and
gunrnntoed ono year for ono dollar
at Flnlg'B. In Corner Drug Store,
If It is ii dray team jou want sea
me J. 1 Lofllor Phono coiinoctloua
Dr. 1). It. Waddlo, specialist, cj'c,
oar, nose and throat. Glasses flttod.
Opera ilouso block.
You will need a now motor for tho
now plant. Sou Duck for prices.
EIIS WHIT HE LIKES ""
tf TEH TMING FREE SAWIE
It will bo wolcnmo now to ilynpeptlci
to Icnm of a remedy Unit In thu opinion
nf IhfHjKftndH, lit nu absolute euro for In
(ItKiBtlmi tiinl all torma of uttmutcli trou
IjIi, nnd, hotter fttlll, It In Kuiumtectl to
ilo 60. Tito rcnuily In Dr, CuldwtH'ti
"VVo nil hnow tho vnluo nf pure nrpB'n
In IndlKeetloii, and ftdd to thin eonio ok
coptlomtl laxalho Irnjrptllonta nnd you
havo a truly 'WMidorful rmody. Mr. T
W. Worthy of rumytlio, (la, ct to tlm
jiolnt where )io tmiM not oven wU or Ul
newt fBlabli- nnd after many yinr of
not UtiiK lio found t))H turo In Dr CuUl
wtll' Hyrup l'epnln air Itudy Kucnor of
Mo 1 1 no. Ill, wuh In tho nuiuo tunl pio
dlrninrnt wllh Ida utomnrh, lonk Hyitip
Jepnln and In now iurtl llumlrinls of
i'thera would sladly tostlfy.
It In 11 Kuaranlotil cuiu toe lndltCMtlon,
coniitlpallon, Mllousnem, henilirhM, ra
on thu Nlomach ami uluilhir com plain tH
A liotllo ran Lo had nl any diug utore
for llfty cnta or a dollar, but If you wHU
to innko a tet of It first nd your ad'
droM to Dr Caldwell und ho 'Will supply
a run Humph) tiottlo, nont direct to your
nddrcsH You wilt noon admit that yon
hm o round Hoinmmm" to repim a wnit
cathartlca, hioath perfume and other
lotnporary reiicfa. Hyrup ltoptln will cum
Dr. Cnhlwcll does not feel that the
purctmiio of Ids remedy end hl obit
ration Ilo has xpcclullxtd In ntonuuh,
liver nnd howi I dlSfanc-. for over fort
urH and will bo ploatird to utvo tn
n ailnr any advleo on the BUbJect fn
or churKft All are wtlcoino to wrltr
him, Whothoi for tho medical advlcu
or tho frin minmb) addrmfl him Dr
V. II CitdWfll, til CuldwolL buUdlnci
Down and Up.
That remedy" W a scimtor of a
propuwHl ploco of IcKlsliUion. 'U us lin
prattlcablu oh little Uvurgu WiuUhiB
tou'tf. (Jcorgo Wiislilnytoii, jou kuw,
nljtMi UU fullwr spoUo to Utm wlout
tho cherry treo said: f
"Yen. father; I did chop Uowu uio
tree, hut I cnu I'littfty wnUu the eUl
'How so. my boy? tlie fnthtr aUtd
"'Why,' said Oeorge, 't I chopped 1
down can't I chop It upV "-J Au
mv he's .vimr friend for life
hut him 10"
(f lid liul he's not my friend
VjrO I propose lo ask him for It
ii iy " - Iiulslll Courier
P!S P!1 P71 fSPSiah. tBB&mi
rnm n r3 zr
wAsZiZ Ea I.! !SHn
M1 xss ita
So Let Us!
mu' iiimli- nu Imincnso for
n simple llttlo Invenllon."
U'Ut d'd Hi- liiti'ntr'
)iothIn. yon ilnh! Ilo tin
'mi electric motor you want
I havo Just made a valuable dls
O H. I'lppm. painter, w. i-ee at,
Greenville, Toxaa, says; "Before pro.
caring Doan's Kidney I'llis at ifora
Sc I'ennlngton's Drug Store, I bad been
trying for over two years to get a
remedy that would strengthen my kld
neys. These organs had always been
Tf mv In limit"
"You Lnovv something they dou't
thiol: you Unovv."-IllrmIiiijhaiii Age-Ilcrald
Weekly Herald $1.00 Per Yearj
Hoax Poor old IlenpecUe has to . ,
mi. i.i Mm imiiv .toai Yea. It's won
my weak spot and I was caused com ""- ,i,a ni,i-r lis ' ,
dderablo annoyance by too frequent. " 'luw """ l"by,"lM1 ar,er '" mmsseeaassassaaSKRSSni
".""- m im.U .nilin. mother -I'hllmlehihla Itecord.
r.MnM VMnv Pills rhankod this trou. i '
'""-'" -' .-.-.----- ...,..... . rr.
Ail aniM'iaiion is iw miti m f.-
ble and promptly restored ay kidneys
to a normal conauion."
For salo by all dealers. Price 50
cents Fosten-Mtlburn Cot, Uuftalo.
New York, sole agents (or the United
LtaLo no other,
irty to appear rich-
Borne Home Products.
Ask your grocer for D'xle Cooking
t nil 1..II. 171 f.n t.rrl f'nm nAtl Tlrf
nememher the "nie-Doan'nd-"---- -J "Toxa.
'Kenning Co. Equal to Ihe best.
Cole's Hot Blast
A Stove That is Bmitated
Imltntlona of tho original Hot Ulast nro
many Nouo of them havo the absolute
ly airtight and gas tight construction
Ihtoughout which Colo's Hot Ulast has
by runson ot Its numerous patents. A
patented steel collar connect, the olbow
di aft to the stove body and cannot open
by action of the florcost heat. Tho pat
enled compound hinge on tho lower draft
cannot warp, and tho ash door closos nlr
tl7ht by Its own weight. 'Iho patcntwl
sirolto proof fod door I'r0"0,'" B'n"k,Br'
dust or gas escaping -when fuel Is put In
tiro stove, 1'ortect results, therefore,
from ao!t coal. The heavy lira box pro
l,t, the points where other '"
out fliBt, and insnres Kr"t durability.
Itemeuilier Imitations lack tho spoc
I l f, atuies hecauso those mu fully pat
.ted and p.otected. All imitation, aou
n, ,n no aeainH and cracks which maka
! Z 1 ,miuM rather than fuel savors.
. .... ..- ti-i- rnnu r.HICAQO" will
ALL DRU1 8TOnE8
A. B, nichard Medlelns Co.,
THE 8EA80N WHEN IT 18 A LUXURY TO
COOK WITH GAS
Greenville Gas Go.