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FORD'S HOTEL, |
Richmond,Va.x
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'*" Beat Location in thc city?adjoining New City Hall
Sj anti Capitol Park. ? ,.
;. nj Tallie unsaipashctl by any in thc South. -_? -
American or European plans.
Mcdowell & ford,
wners ??* B^e^'ja.e^esro^rs.v
?' " ,^PS^eTl^a2aa^^^I''l<I'' - " ^ "'?'^ ' a ', - ' -
Pause a moment, please!
i Come and see that celebrated Capital Wagon. It has no equal in the
j tad Price to suit the times, nnd we eover it all over with guarantees.
As ko Baggies, Carriages and Harness we defy all comers nm! goers
to meet our prices. Ourtnule is rapidly convincing the public ni'this fact.
Hay, Corn, Oats, Meal, Oihd and Chops always kept ii. ora
Grocery Department, where you can rind a complete line ot Staple
Goods cheap for cash or trade. Give me a call and 1 willprove what I
I have said.
Comer Maui and Henry Streets.
M O l^l -
LEXINGTON, \
Faun
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Your fodder crop is a yaluabl
One, and you should bestow upon i
ns much care and attention as you d
your hay crop, and put it in the bes
shaine for your stock. Don't scattt
your wet and frozen fodder on tl
cold and muddy ground, and hay
your stock tramping your land 1
death in wet weather, and eatin
jmuddy fodder, then claim you ai
taking good care of your stock, an
mUnuririg your land.
C? ev
I
UA merciful man will bc merciful to his stool
' % Make your stoek a Xmas gift of a
TORNADO Cutter and Shredd
which will cut and split the stalk so that ev<
particle of the stalk will he eaten*
Thc TORNADO has no equal as a stn
shuck and hay cutter, and can easly
turned into a root cutter.
In connection'with these cutters we sell
STAlf MILL AND POWER
Combined, which will grind your corn and
your cutter at the same time.
If you are at all sceptical as to what tl
machines will do, we refer you to the follov
ap4o-date farmers to whom we have sold
chines, and ask them if it is not best to
your eattlein the dry ;
T. J. JennlngB.FBaey Hill, Vs.; J. I*. l.iown, Brownsburg, Vu, J. \Y tassy Fa.
Va.; niiniilti.il k Co., Moiiiiioutli, Va.-, W, E. Hiller, Fancy Hill. Vs.; Pi
Monmouth, Vs.; E. M. Ruff, Longwood, Vs.; 8, S. Letts, Nstsral Bridge, Va
Hiiffiiiaii. Alphiii, Va ; C. W. Wliiiiiinri'. (iiciiwo.iil, Va,, Wm. Waahlngtoin, l.i
Vu., Ci, \V. I.uyiiiun Amsterdam, Va.;T. S. White, Lexington, Va.;*., A.* Week
fi.1.1. Va.; A. W. Harman, Lexington. Vs.; W. W. McGuffln, Fairfield, Va.; li. I
Lexington, Vs.; J. W. Cnpp, Fairfield, Va,, John Bhoild&n,lexington, Va.;.I. A.
Fairfield, Va.; J. T. L. Preston, Lexington, Vs.; W. (J. Mai hewn ' Qlaegi
Walter Beatson, Raphlse, Vs,] W, A. Ruff [.cxlngton, Va,; Robert Saville, tink I
J. W, Nickle, Lexlngtoal, Vu.; Phillip Day, UlaagOW, Va.; Kean Bros. Kiil;!.' Rod
W. Sfinger, Lexington, Va,, S. T, Ruff, Lexington, Va;, aiul iron- W. B. P. Le
Dal", Va.
We winilil be glad t<> havo yon all come ami examine these machines 1 ofore
>r write for priesa to
Thc Owen Hardware Com pa
(Opposite tin- new court hom-i .) *sS?"
Lexington, Virginia.
Dec. i r>,jrr_
U4C '
id&fcmwp
"WaImpart a thou in .. hi
time and money Ihiiic .;',.. -
lo the truli.inu they rticel >
i. 'cf tba COMMERCIAL KTCDlRBatthaeoat
.? 'MIDI SA NUS owe their success In life (so th<
' imK Ale. wiNNKIWof them. We wa
tok&OWo*; wrltoutKlwev u;'. i .i.ciiiuboutthlKUVKNlltUOL. N. Il Weatsls
toaeHaSlUiisV1 **????* ai'SaNKM VUM.KUK,l70S-?t,l0CkHU??te|CV>l
lade Mother Well.
Sickness _?
Driven From Another
Home by Paine's Celery
Compound.
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Women, mothers of families, have no moro
right to live beyond their strength than l.e
yontl their Income,
Thc greatest injustice that women do
themselves and their children bi In putting
off getting weil, lleadael?s, nervousnessi
dyspepslsand mslsncholla lay their leaden
lingers over the whole honshold.
Paine's celery compound baa drlne sick?
ness and gloom from iiiiuimeral.le homes.
where soma lovell member was the source ot
continual anxiety sud even despair. The
constantly repeated gooreflate of this great
Invigoratorin making people well have roused
many persons who thought themselves des
lined uiiredeei,iiihly to lives of Imperfect
health tn try Paine's celery compotme1.
No one can read the following letter with?
out being Inspired with confidence in this
great remedy;
81 Playtex street. Buffalo, X. I*., July 33,
A.bou< eight years ago, Bl?r the birth of a
child, 1 Buffered terribly. 1 could not gel
help from over a dozen physicians to whom I
applied, and after receiving treatmcnl from
the la>t doctor continually for nine months,
was pronounced cured and continued so until
tbe birth of another child, when 1 was obliged
to commence doctoring again, although all
imaginable treatments had been resorted to
without one particle of relief.
1 was subject to neuralgic troubles and
?lightlyrheumatic, and 1 became discouraged
and melancholy, feeling that 1 should never
again be a well woman.
STERLING WORT H
orth Thinking
That My Mftat
'^'.Market
? Is the Beet-quipped Bstabllsb-!
; ment in the Valley of Virginia for'.
; llundliiig and Taking (are of Fresh '.
: Meats. :
That my ( old Storage emil.les me to k*fl
all kinds of Meats fresh during thfl eutii
run
nese
ring
ma
feed
icy Hill,
lt terson,
.-, p. Ij
xington,
i. elwell
Wil-on,
rW, Va.;
ale Vu.;
;. Va..C.
edi, Oak
you buy,
That my Stock Buyer Ll Wide awake an
1 llC k.eeps his eves oil lill good stoek ill the SOW
ty* Mv pattons are naturi d of getting onl
the But.
That 1 am the only Butcher?I town su
plying the people with Fresh Pork all tl
year around,
Thal my Slaughter House is modern, wi
equipped and Ct bas
Worth Seeing my ButchorsklH and dre
stock. They are the neatest, most exp.
lenoed and skillful to lie had.
Worth Having- my Cutters to eut yo
meats. They have 1.n raised in the tm
ness and know it thoroughly.
Worth Your While?to have my Dollvei
Men handle your meats. They are poli
direful, attentive and prompt. Meat fl bel
delivered are limply protected noni du
Fr*? delivery within the town; and me.
carefully pinked tor shipment
Worth Your Inspection my Sausage >
ellilie. It is tile largest sive KntorpriseC
ter, capacity lniiti pounds per hour, and 1st
by an Otto Gasoline Engine, Image Pi
I'oi'.K BaT/SAOI twice daily. No beef g
into my suusage. lt will pay those Uvin|
tlv country to bring their sausage meat li
and have it ground at 50 cents per gund
pounds. I grind my own pepper foisausf
Xo adulteration In tbe pepper- no strl
in the suusnge.
Worth Iluylng?my Pim Lard of tey i
make, on sale at Funkhousei k Rhodes',
ll. Boley's, J. afcD, Adair's and Wm.
Lsughltn's
Worth KatingBmoked Tongue, fur
. nunches, Pudding for everybody.] ki
how to millie lt.
Worth Knowing?that the season hs:
rived for Cohn BSKT, Si'UKti Hf.?'and Pi
rn Bur. I will have it next week,
Worth Your Money-my P.vef, Mut?I
Pork (always on bandi, and Yeal and I
whenever it cnn lie had.) Only tho
linds its way to my counters.
Worth Your careful consideration titi
UV
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nt voil
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1 Want Your Patrona
and In returp I offer you tho BUST MK
neatly and cleanly butchersd, skillful 1
economically eut, and promptly delivei
town. When you ooma to my Market
shall lie nerved promptly and comtei
and willi the best the county affords.
A trial! will convince ;
WELSH
'Phone No 81
who sid been iceiieiii.il by thc assof Patna
.alary oomponnd, orgetj me to try lt. In
remarkably shorf time after I l><>Ki.n tiikiri
the remedy I began to m.lice Betanga fi
the Lc Uer. Before 1 tmd taken threw Dottie
I was well. I coiiMiler my cur*, a mirari
for 1 had tried a nrrat many doctors and di
forest dinga and Bpenl hnndredb of dollars
vain. Respectfully vours,
MKS. KATE HENNE88EN
Close, careful observation of groatwiimbo
cf cases like (lie ahove led Professor Edwa
K. Phelps, M. IV, LL. D., of the Dartmou
Medical Behool to tim formnlation of Palm
celery coin;.onnd.
The success of this universally wcllknoi
remedy in quickly driving out disease fri
tbe blood and system a.I not be retold
newspaper readers.
Paine's celery compound restotSS to
healthy slaleu weakened and diseased D
v. cu-i system. < >ne of thc lirst evidences of
bullding.up virtue is the gain in Baa*, aol
aide al lout tlc face. Night sweats and n
von-, tvriteblngs arc a thing of thc past; th
is a great Improvement in looks, a better
petite, sounder sleep, ? clesrer skin sad m
regular functions. These are a few of
outward improvements. More importan
the thorough and radical purifyingoithebli
andtheicgulatingandbtallding-upotthedi
lying nervi's all over tin- body, Theft.
nothing half way or partial in thc affect
Paine's celery compound ll cures perinanei
ITIRIN
$12,500.0'
worth of
Flue Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing Goodie,
- Boots, SI
Hals, Caps, Sliirts, ftc,.
Ladies' Capes, Cloaks,
Skirts and \Yran
to be told regardless of cont.
Timlin"; that my health is poor,
to. being able to give my business
attention, 1 have determined to nae
my stock and give thc customer
benefit of it.
50ct on the Doll.
is thc {,'reat reduction, Comeato
the Boonet Iks Letter, as myhealt!
stake
L. SADH
Proprietor of tne London-Globe
ino; House. Opposite Court-1
Next door to First National Bani
SENT Free
to housekeepers
Liebig COMPANY'!
Extract of Beef
Oools.
ol.
telling how to prepare many
anet delicious dUbcs.
Address, l.lellgCo., P.O. Hoi2718.1
?-BJB" I'
.a < \Miri l*r'a Kncil-^ Mamen.I tl'
fENNYROYAL Pl
I .~C."^v OMglnul and OaW Ofnulnr
avfvfaUN. aari;, alaaee nuable. lAo.a*
l.tuiflae lor CKichmcri *>.^..? J
em.cnal *V?*?I lu Ur* ul UjU *.m.
laaua. ? ilea] arte, bia* .cc.c.. Ti
aa other. /.-'.. .....paf^-cn"..'..
!'..?.. cn.i .m.: ..,,.,. ... len.,'-c..
In ?.l'ct|* f-r partia-olafe. V .ccu
??HfUa.r fcp r.a.ii*.," .a i.n?r,
Mall. lO.OOOT
rlu.twl a.
PARKER'
HAIR BAL8
?MS and beeuiifiee
a lue
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Hair to Its Youtlifa
Cuio e.?lp dceeeeee a he
r>c,cndaj.Wje. Dru,
AT THE POINT OF A PISTOL.
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She was ono of tho smallest women !
>o small, indeed, that if it I nd not
or her marvelously nice pri put
.ions pe )p!e would have called her a
lwarf. Anyhow,Hmnll tb?Ugh she was
;here never bent a braver heart that tbe
me bi neath tho plain bodice of Jeanne
Dupree.
This fact ber hubband discovered
*me day, to Lis everlasting shame, in
a. manner altogether startling and un?
expected.
Philipp Lmprce had boen a heavy i
dragoon, and maybe it was his great
stature cr his bombaat (for he could
brag) or his bright blue eyes, or pos?
sibly these taken altogether, had en?
deared bim to Jeanne in the davs gone
by,
lt was an amusing, yet withal a pa?
thetic, sight in tho early days of their
married life to see how much the tiny
woman made of the great, bragging,
indolent soldier?great in everything
except soul; jet with all his faulta uho
loved him even now.
Notwithstanding her diminutive
size, tbe "petito Jeanne" managed her
home to perfection; her brain had not
stopped growing with her bodr.
"With their two children they lived io
a house such as one often aees in the
towns and cities of Normandy -big.
and narrow, with fantastic gables am
a deep stone parapet running along th'
roof ;in fact the house was old-faBhionei
but picturesque, but it proved a god
send to Jeanne. It waa left her by a:
old runt with whom Bbs lived as
child.
The ex-cavalrjman was considerer
fortunate to have secured two sue
tasty "dots" at one venture, but 1
only looked on it as a happy provici'
of Providence to save him from wei
?which he abhorred.
Great numbera of English tojrih
hail a: last discovered >ior_undy, wi
its peaceful homesteatls, its fruits ai
flowers and old-world inhabitants,
that Jeanne found an easy way to ma
a living by letting the lower and beti
part of her house.
This necesiitated them being sat
fled with tho top floor for tbemselv
an anangoment which waa tbs subji
of endless complaint from her lord a
master. '
Sh* argued that as he did notbi
to swell the exchequer he had no r
son to complain, "and," abe continv
complacently, "he ought to think of
children; they must be clothed t
educated;" but he never did; even
babies they were always a nuisance t
in tbo way.
Still this wolfish dragoon was d
to ber. He waa the father of tho b
and l.andaomo Gilbert, eight years
to-morrow, and the little fairy Lou
tbe apple of her eye. She blessed
good Virgin aha had still much to
thankful for.
But there ramo a dlfy when hia
contont became open mutiny. '
couldn't stand it any longer, (
found the lodgers, what right had
to live in a garret when they ci
have the bast rjom intbo tot?et"
Some such arrangement would!
mite- the old bold warrior, there
could have posed in all the glorj
an immaculate white waiscoat (J esr
handiwork), a gorgeous necktio
olegart btockings. He was nevon
fled; men who dislike honest
never arc.
Tbat night Jeanne went to bed
ougbly disgusted with her lot in
licular, and tbe world generally.
In tho middle of the night she a
witta a tickling sensation in her tl
sho snioU tbe smoko, and knev
hou^e must be on fire.
Housing Phillippe, abe nisbet
on Ibo lautling, thinking only o
cbildron. To her horror, abe cou
open tbe door to their room; it w
locked, but tbe house was verj
and in some mysterious mamie
plastered wall bad given out,
strained and jammed the door.
Sho exerted all her puny stren
burst it open, but without avail
called their names, but with the
of healthy and happy cbildhooi
slept on regardless of danger.
Shrieking in frenzy, "Philipj
God's sake come quickly!" she
back to ber room just in time
tbe braggart dragoon base'y de
ber at thia moment of her need.
He had already mounted a
and with shaking hands was un
ing the casement bo as to niakj
cape on to tbe roof.
Almost speechless with bia
ind.fferenee, tho poor lit.lo
paused for an instant ?then
over and puled tbo chair hom
him.
The coll .pse was inBtan
Down be fell with a crash ;
g'ar ng in a paroxyam of fear
fragile creature who bad so el
slopped hia cowardly flight,
in bis eyes the madness of
fear, and would fain have lot
but in tho room beyond lay
precious darlings. He must a;
?his great str*ngth could sba
door to splinters. ?
Quick hs tl.ought Jeanne
tieross the room from the tabl
sido of the WW a revolver wbi
boastisgly provided for burgla
any darb to cross bis thresh
ho was a brave mani "Very ?
said calmly, though her be ait
at her children's peril. "If
of France can forget bia h
basely desert his post' n a
clangor, his wife shall sbowh
die.
"Unless you try to 6avo th<
we will die together, and ua\
mercy on ub." I
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led
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uni
ear
old
old
iee,
the
bo
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?Ho
3on
tbey
>uld
hava
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F of
me's
and
latis
work
tho.
par
.woke
iroat;
r tho
l out
f her
ld not
as not
r old,
ir the
and
gth to
i; f>he
Bleep
I they
iii.i niiii' bare. b*w.
hordes of Algiers' and fought gal autly
in Madagascar utid the far East; at auy
rate, he had never shown the white
f?"a her?desertion or cowar lice in thc
French aim r meant dceth ; and yet at
the very smell of fire Ids sen cs forsook
him.
Nothing could havo calmed *bim
swifter ihan the sight of the shindig
revolver with Uh barrel pointed steadily
at him; only a wtek befcre ho had put
fresh charges into those five barrels,
and either one would finish his career.
The fear of death is a wonderful
sensation He had ceased to fdiako,
and was lost in admiration of the
womao who eoald; lino bis old captuin,
call him to "Attention!" is tuch a dras?
tic fashion.
He recovered his nerve and wit out
a word strode across the passage.There
wos a sound of stnashiug wood and in a
few moments he reappeared with a
child under each arm?and, sttange to
to say, the light of a new tenderness in
his eye, and a annie on his face, for at
hst le had acquitted himself like a
man.
As he went toward the window he
ooked wishfully at his wife. Would
who forgive him? Had he wiped out
his dishenor? Oh, how great is worn
an's love! He waa still her he io, bom
( bast ard ah! She had forgiven him.
I The pistol is flung under tbe grate.
Hork! a shout ascends from the a tr eek;
a head appears at the window; coming
from the adjoining house roofs is more
help and they arc saved.?London
Bte*.
WASHINGTON AND LEE SOHED
ULE OF GAMES.
lhe applicants for ihobaHO-ballteam
of Washington andLeeUniveiBity have
begun practicing under tho guidance
of Captiin A. G. Snyder, and a splen
did team ia expected. The following
.chedulo has been arranged by liana
gpr W. W. Whiteside:
April 2d, Virginia Military Institut
a. Lexington.
April 4th, Lafayette College, Penn
sylvania, at Lexington.
April 8th, Lehigh University, at Lei
ingtoD. ,
Aprd Otb, Lehigh University, a
Staunton.
April 18th, Hatvard University, a
Lynchburg.
April 23rd, "Virginia Military Inst:
tuto, at Lexington.
April 2Gth, University of Virginia t
J: taunton.
April 27th, Georgetown Collegs i
Washington, D. C.
April 28th, Mt. St. bary's Co..e(
at Emmettsburg, Md.
May Gth, McCabe's University Sche?
at Lexington.
IVlay 13th. Alleghany Institute,
Lexington.
M*y 21st, Pennsylvania State C
lego at Lexington.
Maryland Agricultural College, V
ginia Polytechnic Itstitute and
John's College will also be played, 1
the dates have not been arranged j
Just try & 10c box of Casearets, the Qi
liver and bowel regulator over known.
MARRIED IN BEDFOUD.
Mr. Jobs David Lincoln, of Lexi
ton, and Mrs. H. li. Brown, of Bedfi
were united marriage yesterday af
noon at 1:30 o'clock, at the hom
the bride, near Bellevue. They arri
in Lynchburg over tho No; folk & W
ern railroad, and lett at 5 o'clock <
the Chesapeake & Ohio for their fu
homo m Lexington.?Lynckburg N
Jan. 13.
When bilious or costive, eat a Cas
?andy cathartic, euri* guaranteed, 10c, 'i
President E. T. D. Myers, of
Richmond Fro'oricksburg and 1
mac Railroad, has commenced the
tion of the monument ta mark the
tlcfields of Spottsylvania. near ti
ton's Crossing. Tbe monument w
of rough rubble granita in the sba
a pyramid.
ie, for
tushed
to seo
sorting
chair,
fa*ten
c bu CB
callous
woman
rushed
i under
taneous.
and lay
at thc
factually
She saw
Absolute
him go,
her two
avo them
,tW that
i darted
e by tho
eh ho had
rs, should
old. Oh,
web," she
was faint
a soldier
oiior and
time of
im how to
o children
r God havo
ls* "N**
Thc use of the surgeon's knife
coming so general, resulting f
in such a large number of caaes,
occasion general alarm.
Mr. William Walpole, of Walsl
South Dakota, writes; "A
three years ago, there came
my left eye a little blotch abot
x size of a ama
It grew rapid
shooting pal
in every dir
I became al
and consul
good doctor
pronounced
.cer, and said
"must be ci
Thia I wov
consent to,
little faith
indiscriminate usc of the knife,
ing of thc many cures made t
S., I determined to give that a
a trial, and after I had taken i
days, the cancer became irrita
began to discharge. Thia alto
ceased, leaving a amall acab
finally dropped off, and only a
little acar remained to mark tl
Tf here the destroyer had held f ti
A Real Blood Ren
Cancer la In the blood and lt
toexpect an operation tocure I
{guarantied purely vtgttabli)
remedy tot every
disease of thc blood. (
. Booka mailed free;
address Swift Spe
elfie Co., Atlanta,!
Bs?
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vegtrapit)
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wholes-it-;-! BB? flaBMflSBa
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TERRIBLE TORNADO AT FORT
SMITH, ARK.
Fort Smith, Ark., Jan. 12.?Two
acoz es of human lives and up w? rds of
ona million dollara worth of pioparty
were destroyfld by a tornado which
burst upon tbe city a few minutea past
ll o'clock last night. Ike storm struck
near th* National Cemetery, and tore
its way througn thfl flniire eity. leav?
ing its path marked by death and deso?
lation.
Men, women and children were
awakened without a moment's warn?
ing to meet death by falling walls or
in tbe flames which engulfed many of
the wrecked buildings.
THE SOUTH AS SHE IS.
ir
Ht.
mt
it.
test
la be
itally
, aa to
itown,
bout
under
it thfl
Ll pea.
It,and
naran,
ection.
armed
ted a
, who
it can*
that lt
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Th* Jacksonville Times-Citizen says:
"In thia new era the South is being
Been aa ahe really ia. When the aitU
ficial advantages are withdrawn from
,' the Weat?when tbe business of that
section ia called upon to sustain tbe
agents cf development brought into
premature being by the demand of the
nation, whrn tbs advantages of its
wide fields, however rich in aoil, are
contrasted with tb oas of tbe landa, the
climate and tbe agricultural produc?
tions of the South, than the tide sf
immigration turns and the 'Western
farmer as well as the capitalist and the
European turns hia face to the South,
he exan.ii.es and is is convinced-"
HANNA IS ELECTED SENATOR
COLUMBUS, OHIO, Jan. 12.
Marcus A Banna was elected to-da) te
represent Ohio in tha Senate for seven
re years and two months. If McKinley
should be re-elected, Hanna would
ol still be th'c-re to the end of tbe Presi?
dent's second term. Including both
nt the .hort and long term, Hanna'e time
as Senator will expire March 1905.
ol
THE1R FIRST TRIP _o TOWN.
"Hem's some more of the hot.;|}}t
work of them blamed monopohats,
said Farmer Hayricks, as he hung his
coat overjthe fool of the b?d.
"Goodness, wheie?" a^ked hia wifai
"Here'e a sign what says 'Don't
blow out tbe gas.' I a'poM they make
these folks burn it all night, so's to run
up their bil's en 'em. Gosh, I don't
ng- know what this country's comin' to!"
>rd, -??*""-!-" . ;
ter- According to a celebrated anatomist
? of thor* aro upwards of 6,000,000 Utttfl
.ved glands in the human atomach. 1 hi se
est- glands pour out the digeetive juices
3TftV which dissolve or digeat tbs food. In
ture digestion is want cf juice, weakness oi
bws, glenda, need of help to reaiore the
health of these organs, lbs beat and
moat natural help ia tbat given by
Shaker Digestive Cordial. Natural,
becaciB* it supplies the materials need?
ed by the glands to prflper* thfl digts
Uv* juices. Because it strengthens
and invigorates the glands and the
stomach, until they ar* able to do tbflir
work alone. Shaker Digflstivfl Cordial
eurea indigestion certainly and per?
manently. It dora bo by natural meana
and therein lies the afleretof ita wonder?
ful and unvaried success.
At druggists, pricfl 10 cents to $1.00
per bottU.
Motheb?Johnny, I *?e your little
brother has the smallest apple. Did
you give bim his choice.sa I suggested?
Johnny?Ysa'm, I told him he could
have hs choice, the little one or none,
and he took the little one.
_ ? ?
Thfl difference between pills and
Sisamons Liver Regulator, is jiut this:
Pilli don't ?o down very etty .iihmoat
people, ard you feel thens aft-wards.
While Si-mona Lifer Regulator in
liquid or powder ii vflry fla ay to take,
and tho only feeling that you have af*
terwasde ii the greet reliflf tbat it guvee
from Constipation, Bilious-flii, 8i?k
Hsadaehfl and Dyspepsia. It is a mild
laxative and a tonie.
Out Wait they have started leather
wflddings.' Leathflr, of coum, fur
^niabfld by the 'two soles with but e
single thought."
i*aret
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CASTORIA
for Infra- ead Chil_e_
ls ai
^_*__
According to th* ad vane* sheets of
fashion a woman's hat will not be on
straight this winter unless it ia om
crooke .
women.

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