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Headache, Sour Stom- II fT I ' thoroughly and clears ach, Torpid Liver and ? ? ? ? ^ wm sallow complexions of Chronic Constipation. ? nynfjira Emit Cvri1fl pimples and blotcher Pleasant to taKe LiaAaUYO 11 Ull It is guaranteed THE STOBY OF KABY. Mary had a little lamb; One day it got the croup. She sold it to a packing house? It's now canned ox-tail soap. Mary had to have a pet; She bought a cunning cow, Which died of splitting headache soon It's country sausage now. Mary wept and wept and wept, And then a piggie got; The piggie died of tummy ache It's boned ham. like as not. Mary saw the packers make A fortune from her pets. But she could hardly clear enough On them to pay her debts. Mary bought an ailing sheep?_ She knew it was a sin? And when it died she promptly called An undertaker in. This precious pair embalmed the sheep And sold it all for cash. The folks who bought it of them said "What lovely corned-beer hash!" The undertaker and the girl Decided then to hitch; They organized a packing house. And. gee, but they are rich! ?Kew York World. Republican ? Extravagance IK WEST VIBGINIA. Statement Showing How the Be publican "Leaders" Have Squan dered the Peoples' Money. As a sample of bow the' Repabli oan leaden" have squandered the money of the taxpayers of West Virginia sinoe that party got con trol of the pnblio affairs of this state, the following figures, taken from items oontained in the legis lative appropriation bills as fonnd in the aots of the legislature lor the year 1893, the last session at which the Democrats had oontrol, end for the year 190.5 the last year of Re publican oontrol. These figures will startle every tax payer who will take the time to read them and will lay aside his politioal preju dice Ions; enough to understand them. STATE SENATE For the regular session of 1893. 45 days. Amount paid the em ployee of the senate by the Demo crats. Clerk of Senate $ 550.00 3 Assistant Clerks 810.00 1 Stenographer 216 00 6 Committee olerks 1,080 00 Sergeant bt arms 225 00 Doorkeeper 180 00 9 Pages 770 00 -5 Total amount for regu lar session 13.83100 Extra session, 12 days; Clerk of senate $ 220 00 3 Assistant clerks 21(3.00 3 Committee olerks 144 00 1 Stenographer 72.00 1 Sergeant at Arms 60.00 1 Doorkeeper 48.00 1 Cloak room keeper 24.00 1 Pages 168.00 Total for extra session 952 00 Total expenses for olerks, pages, eto , for both regular and extra session of senate of 1893 $4,783.00 For the regular session of 1905 45 days. Amount paid employe* of the senate by Republicans: Clerk of Senate $ 550 00 Sergeant at arms 225 00 Assistant sergeant a> arms 225 00 Doorkeeper 180.00 Assistant Doorkeeper 180 00 Gallery Doorkeeper 180.00 Librarian 18000 3 Cloak room keepers 270 00 1 night watchman 180 00 Private eso'y to president 270 00 1 Bill clerk 270.00 5 Stenographers 1,350 00 16 Assistant clerks ' 4,320.00 Assistant Librarian , 180.00 JudioiaryCom clerk 270 00 Finance Com. olerk 270 00 22 Committee clerks 3.600 00 Banking and mailing olerk 135 00 Assistant banking and mail ing olerk 135 QO 2 Journal olerks 540.00 2 Journal pages 2,270.00 10 Pages 900.00 Total for regular ses sion 1905 $14,680 00 Extra Bession 5 days: Clerk of senate $ 150 00 Seargeant,at arms 25 00 Doorkeeper 20 00 Cloak room keeper 10 00 8 Assistant olerks 210 00 1 Night watchman 20 00 4 Pa8?* 40 00 3 Stenographers . ... 9000 Finanoe Com. olerk 20.00 ?Journal olerk 20 00 Total for extrq session $ 635.00 Total expenses for at taches clerks, pages, eto for both regular and ex tra sessions' of senate, 1905, $15,315 00 Excess paid by Republi can for employes of senate for 7 days' less servfoe $10,532 00 1893 $5,389 00 HOUSE OF DELEGATES. For the regular session of 1893, 45 days: Amount paid employes of the house of delegates by the Demoorats: Clerk $ 550 00 7 Assistant olerks 1,89000 8 Committee olerks 1,440.00 Sergeant at arms 225 00 Doorkeeper 180 00 Cloak room keeper 108 00 10 Pages 816 00 Librarian 180.00 Total for regular ses sion, Extra session of 12 days 1893: Clerk $ 220 00 7 Assistant olerks 504 00 7 Committee olerks 384 00 Sergeant at armB 60.00 Doorkeeper 48 00 Cload room keeper 24.00 10?Pages 240 00 Librarian 48 00 Tital for extra session $1,528.00 Total expenses for clerks, page?, eto., for both regular and extra ses sion of house of delega tes, 1893, paid by Demo crats $6,917.00 For the regular session of 1905, 45 days. Amount paid employes of the house of delegates by the Republi cans: Clerk 550.00 Olerk mileage 57.50 2 Printing olerks 540.00 20 Assistant olerks 5,400 00 1 Librarian 270.00 5 Stenographers 1,350.00 1 Sergeant at arms 225.00 1 Assistant Sergeant at arms 225 00 1 Doorkeeper 180.00 1 Assistant doorkeeper 180 00 1 Gallery doorkeeper 180 00 1 Day Watohman 180,00 1 Night Watohman 180 00 1 Assistant Librarian 130.00 18 Committee olerks 3,24000 1 Assistant gallery door keeper 180 00 2 Cloak room keepers 360.00 5 Journal pages 675 00 1 Mail and Banking page 135 00 14 Flior pages 1,26000 Total for regular ses sion 1905 $15,547.00 Extra session, 1905, 5 days Clerk $ 150.00 12 Assistant Clerks 36000 Secretary to speaker 30 00 4 Stenographers 120 00 H Paden, 5 days extra 40 00 5 Pages 50 00 Sergeant at arms 25 00 Ass't Sergeant at arms 225.00 Doorkeeper 2000 Librarian 30 00 Extra Janitors 45 00 Watohman 20 00 2 Cloak room keepers 20.00 Total for extra session $ 935 00 Total for pages, etc., for both regular and extra session of house of dele gates by Repablioans, 1905 $16,482.50 Excess paid by the Re publicans for 7 days' service $ 7,262.50 GENERAL RECAPITULATION. Amount piid by Demo crats for clerks, pages, eto , in senate, for regu lar and extra sessions of 1893,57 days $ 4,783.00 Amount paid by Republi cans for olerks, pages, etc., in senate, regular and extra session, 1905, 50 days 15,815.00 Excess paid by Repub licans $10,532.00 ^.moant paid by Demo orats for clerks, pages, eto., in house of delega tes, fur regular and extra seesion, 1893, 57 days $ 9,220.00 Amount paid by Republi cans for olerks, pages, eto., for regular and ex tra session, 1905, 50 daya. - 16,482.50 Exoess paid by Repub licans 7,262.50 Excess paid by Republi cans in annate 10,532,00 Bxoeea paid by Repobli obqs in house of dele gates 7,262.50 Total exoess paid by Republicans $17,794 50 1 The foregoing shows only a few of the many methods of extrava ganoe by whioh the pnblio monies have been taken from the taxpay ers of West Virginia and used for no other parpoBe than to provide plaoeB for political workers and henohmen who do the bidding of the bosBes. Just think of it, for example: The Demoorata em ployed in the senate three assist ant clerks, one stenographer, six committee olerk's and nine pages, while the Republicans bad 16 assistant clerks 5 stenographers 25 oommittee clerks and 16 pages and numerous other attaches. Tha Democrats with 26 mem bers of the senate hid in all 21 em ployes, while the Republicans with 80 members had in all 74, an ex oess of 53 employes. There are many other avenues through whioh the publio monies have been diverted, and as the Gazette oan, from time to time,col lect the data, the readers shall have all the information on this subjeot attainable.?Charleston Gazette. A baby iB never as pretty as hie mother says he is, and hardly as ugly as the neighbors say he. is. The Very Best Remedy *r Bowel Trou ble Mr M F Borroughs, an old and well-known resident of Bluffton, lad., says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trouble 1 make this state ment after having used the remedy in my family for several years 1 am never without it" This remedy is almost sure to be needed before the summer is over Why not buy it now and be prepared for suoh an emergenoy? For sale by W W M| Hooff Bnd A C VBnGilder It keeps us all guessing what the president will do with the senate or what the senate will do with the president, not only on the railroad rate bill but many other propositions that invoke friotion. Accident Happens to one out of every five eaoh year. Proteot yourself by taking out an aooident and health polioy oovering every aooident and sickness. It only cost $1 per month. Don't delay. Write or call at once for particulars, there is no medical examination. Any one oan oarry a polioy. You need the proteotion. J. H. Hutchinson, Agent, Point Pleasant, W. Va. feb. 21tf. That Chicago girl who kissed the whole oollege fraternity oan| get a permanent job most any where aB a pionio ohaperon. There is no need worrying along in disoomfort beoause of a disor dered digestion Get a. bottle of KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA, and see what it will do for you Kodol not only digests whut you eat and gives that tired stomaob a needed rest, but is a oorreotiveof the great est efficiency Kodol relieves indi gestion, dyspepsia, palpitation of j the heart, fiatulenoe, and sour sto maoh young and healthy agaiD You will worry just in the propor tion that your stomach worries you Worry means the loss of ability to do your best Worrv is to be avoid ed at all times Kcdol will take the worry out of your stomach Sold by | all druggists A small boy's definition of a friend: "A friend is a fellow who| knows all about you, but likes yon Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cubs I and the PhilippneB, health was the) most important consideration Wil lis T Morgan, retired OommiBBary I Sergeant U S A, of Rural Route 1. Conoord, N H, says: "I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines, and being subjeot to oolds, I took Dr King's New l)is oovery for Consumption, whioh I kept me in perfeot health And now, in New Hampshire, we find it the best medioine in the world fur coughs, bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at all druggist Prioe 50o and $1.00] Trial bottle free The prediction that the end of the world is due in 1929 will prove | rather discouraging to that por tion of humanity confronted with I the necessity of hustling for a liv-1 ing for twenty-three years more. You oannot induoe a lower animal to eat heartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves himself, and gets well The stomaob, once overworked, must have rest the same as your feet or eyys You don't have tn starvn to rest your stomaoh KODOL FOR DYSPEP SIA takes up the work for your stomaoh,.digests what yon eat and gives it a rest Puts it baok in con dition again You oan't feel good with a disordered stomach Try ] Kodol Sold by all druggists CASTOR IA I.r. .v.v. . . *? V X ^Vv; - ,SX> ? . jy. AViU The Kind. You Have Always Bought, and which ha? beat in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per . sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive* u in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-gr are bub , Experiments that trifle with and endanger ,.e health of Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ifc contains neitlifcr Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teetliing Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THK CCNTAUII COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITt. W R Ward, of Dyersbarg, Tenn. writes: "This is to certify that I have used Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for ohroniooonstipation, and it has proveD, without a doubt, to be a thorough, practical remedy for this trouble, and it is with pleasure I offer my oonsoientious referenoe" All dealers A Nebraska couple met, oourted and wed within an hour. In Hun tington they might also bave quar reled and parted in the same per iod, and still have had enough time to tell their troubles to the polioe. Thousands annually bear witness to the effioienoy of Early Risers These pleasant, reliable little pills bave long borne a reputation seoond to non9 as a laxative and oathartio They are bs staple bb bread in mil lions of homes Pleasant but effect ive Will promptly relieve consti pation withoutgriping Sold by all druggists An Alarming Situation frequently results from negleot of clogged bowels and torpid liver, until chronic. This condition is unknown to those who use Dr. King's New Life Pills; the best gentlest regulators of Stomaoh and Bowels Guaranteed by all druggist Prioe 25o. A corporation is known by the men it keeps. How to Break up a Cold It may be a surprise to meny to learn that a severe cold oan be com pletely broken up in one or two days' time The first symptoms of a oold are a dry, loud oough, a pro fuse watery discharge from the noBe, and a thin, white ooating on the tongue When Chamberlain's oough remedy is taken everv hour on the first Bppearanoe rf thene symptoms, it counteracts the effect of the oold and restores the system to a healthy condition within a dav or two For sale by G W M Hooff and A C Van Gilder The amount of work a boy puts into base ball would raise a lot of potatoes for him to eat. A man who is in perfeot health, so he oan do an honest day's work when neoessary, has muoh for wbioh he should be thankful Mr L O Rodgers, of Branohton, Pa, writes that be waa not only unable to work, but he couldn't stoop over to tie his own thnes Six bottles of Foley's Kidney Care made a new man of Lim He says. "Suooess to Foley's Kidney Cure" All dealers. Giving a shirtless man a oollar is not philanthropy. . If your etomaoh troubles you do not oonolude that there is no oure, for a great many have been per manently oured by OhamberUin's Stomaoh and Liver Tablets Get a free sample at G W M Hooff and A C Van Gildes's drug store and give them a trial They also oure oonstipation and biliousness A man is rioh when he has what he really needs. Constipation makes the oold drag along Get it out of you Take Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar oough syrup Contains no opiates All druggists ?eadly Serpent Bites are as oommon in India as are stomaoh and liver disorders with us Fjr the latter however there i? sure remedy: Eleotrio Bitters; the great restorative medioine, of which S A Brown, of Bennettsville, S C, says: "Tney restored my wife to perfeot health, after years of suffer ing with dyspepsia and a ohroni oally torpid liver" Eleotrio Bit ters-onre obills and fever, malaria, biliousness, lame baok, kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by all druggist Prioe 50c Ask For Allen's Foot JSase A powder for swollen, tired, liot, smarting teet Sample sent Free. Also sample ol the Foot-Ease Sanitary Corn-Pad. A new In vention. Address, AUen 8. Olmested, LeKoy, New York. jnay X*W fiNo mud oan soil us but the mud we throw. Cured Hemorrhages of the Langs j "Several years einoe myllunes! . were so badly affeoted that I bad many hemorrhages," writes A H Ak? of Wood, Ind "I took treat ment With several physioians with t??ll?apy. 6.neo 1 then Parted to take Foley s Honey and Tar, and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet I reoommend it in advanoed stages of lung trouble" Foley's ^DKy^nlT?r 8t?P8 the OOQgb and heals the lungs, and prevents serious results from a oold Refuse substitutes All dealers Every man would be a prohibi tionist if there was as much fun in j ?t bo being the father kind. A half truth is a whole lie. J WiU Cure Consumption l"*vtifL'HwreD' Fin?h' Ark- writes: b oley s Hcney and Tar is the best preparation for coughs, oolds and lung trouble I know that it has oured consumption in the first stages You never heard of any one using Foley's Honey and Tar and not being satisfied All dealers. j Tobaooo has been plaoed under the ban by the Presbyterian gen. eral assembly and henceforth the minister or elder who uses the weed in any way shape or form will do so knowing th9t be is vio lating the rules of the ohurch. A Lesson in Health -Healthy kidneys filter the im purities from the blood, and unlets they do this good health is impossi Foley's Kidney Cure make* sound.kidneys and will positively oure all forms of kidney and blad der disease It strengthens the whole system All dealers The Time is Near When you should think of placing your order for Spring Clothing, i C.G. TIPPETT, THE TAILOR, is waiting to supply your wants with all the latest styles. CALL AND SEE SAMPLES J.F. BURDETT &C0 . Provisions & Highest Price Paid for Pro duce. POINT PLEASANT Sept 23 08 So Tired It may be from overwork, but the chances are Its from an In? ?ctive LIVER. With a well conducted LIVER - one can do mountains of labor without fatigue. It adds a hundred per cent ft ones earning capacity.' It can be kept in healthful actJor by, and only by Tutt's Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. IPresb'vterian Oh.-u.rcli Pois* PlBASAST SKBVICK8: Moroioe, 1st, 3rd, and 4th Sabbaths, night, 1st and 4th. Sabbath School?9:45 a. m., regul arly. leas ant Flats Skrvick s: Second and 5th Sundays, morning and night. Wkstminstkr Chapbl: Third Sunday, aftercoon. CARL BARTH, Pastor. M. E. Chcrch, South:?Until fur ther notice, I will fill my appoint ments as follows, viz: Beech Hitir.?First and Third Sun days at 11 a. m . and Saturdav 8 p. m. Point Pleasant:?Every Sunday at 8 p ni., and on second Sunday at 11 a. m. Raybbbs Cbapki.:?Fourth Sun day at 11 a. m.. and Saturday 8 p. m. Three-Milk:?First Sunday 3 p. m. Henderson?Second Sunday 3p. m J. M. BOLAND, Pastor. Trinity M. E. Church?Until further notice, preachint; at 11 a. m.t and 8:00 p. m. each Sabbath. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Epworth League 8:00 p. m. Thursdays. All are invited. A. D. PERRY, Pastor. Heights U. U. Church Director. Until further notice the following will be the plan of the preaching for the Point Pleas ant charge, U. B.Church: BETHEL?Second and Fourth Sundays of each month at 10:30 a. m. SAND HILL?The Saturday night before the Hecond!and Fourth Sundays of each mo. TRINITY?First and Third Sundays at8 P*ECKARDS?First and Third Sundays at 10:30 a. m. HEIGHTS?Every Sunday night at 7:80 J. W. WIN GROVE. Pastor. Special Commissioner's Sale. UNDER and by virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of the County of Mason, and State of West Virginia, made and en tered on the 8th day of March, 1906, in a cer tain suit in Chancery therein pending. in which L. C. Somerville and E. J. Somprvllle, partners as Somerville ?i Somerville, are plaintiffs, and N.C West (all and M. A. West fall are defeneants, the undersigned Special Commissioner will, on the 26th day of June. 1906. at 10 o'clock A. M , sell at public auction to the highest bidder, at the iront door of the Court House of said Mason County, the following described real estate situate, lying and being in the qtate of West Virginia, County of Mason, and Dis trict of Clendenln, on the waters oi Sand Fork, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a stone in center of proposed road, corner to lot No. 1G, thence with line of same alorg center of proposed road, S 82? 30' E passing corner to Lot No. 15, at 2 boles and nine links, same a corner to lot No 9, and with line of same in all 54 poles to stake, thence S 63"' 30' E 6 poles 3 links to a stone, corner to Lot No. 10, and with the line of same N 83? E 17 poles 18 links to a stake, thence N 66? E 24 poles to a stake, thence N 82? E 10 poles 15 lluks to a store, corner to Lot No 18, thence with line of same N 12? E 131 Boles 13 links, thence leaving original out ne of Lot No. 14, S 89? 15' 138 poles to original outline of Lot No. 14, S 132 poles 17 links to the place ofbeginning, estimated to contain one hundred jrcres, more or less; saving and excepting 111 poles for right of way as shown by the plat of the C. T. Beale farm; and also excepting, also, a fifteen foot right of wav from the back part of Lot No. 14, and with Fadeleys' line of the right of way above mentioned; the land above described being the south p<>rt of Lot No. 14, as shown on said plat, which is recorded in the Clerk's office of the County Court of Mason County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No. 57, pages 33 and 22#. Terms of Sale:?Cash sufficient to pay the costs of the suit, and 1173 76, being the amount of the decree rendered on the first note, with the interest due thereon; and the residue of the purchase money on the 1st day of September, 1900. GEORGE G. SOMERVILLE, Special Commissioner. I hereby certify that the above named Special Commissioner has given bond with good security before me in the penalty of 11500.00, as required by tl^e decree of sale. A L. BOGGESS, may 23, 4w. Clerk. B.F. BIGGS PROPRl ETOR OF THE Hone Manufactory of Pine Funeral Co*d>f the only Independent Mfg. In the State. Tbere was a strong combine formed Jan. let. on all Funeral Goods, making the highest prices on outside casket boxes ever known. This does not effect me. I have a two years supply oi lumberon hand and will furnish the same at one-half the price that the com bine asks for tbem. 1 have not advanced anything in the line. Tbe Jobbers and Re tailers rnu?t pay the advance price from Jan uary 1, 1906. You Can't Beat tbe Man that Makes the Uoods for Low Prices! If you will come to my fine Undertaker Rooms, I will show you the finest goods ever looked at, in designs and fine colors. You can select from 300 finished Jobs and If not suited, can make anything you want in twelve hours notice. My Couch, Grand Army ana Children Caskets can't be excelled In the State. My cloth, silks and plush are bought from importers In New York. All ofthelfniDgs and laving cloth Is done by a woman In the factory. The men working for me are all wood workers and no time Is lost. Come to the lactory. I pay Kallroad, Street Car Fare and Ferriage, Deliver all goods, drive over the ferry. I psy tbe feiringe, feed your horses and give din ner In all calls for funeral goods?new, not second hand. 1 have bodght the finest Funeral Car ever bought in Southern Ohio. Have some of tbe finest rubber tire hacks and fine Coupe for the minister. I have a child's fine white hearse, the only one in the county. I don't haul children in a large hearse. I have six hearses and three delivery wagons. I have two licensed inen Id- West Virginia and two men In Ohio with twenty years ex perien* e in the art of embalming and no new beginners. Come to the factorv where tbere Is no lost time, all are at work. Yon don'f have to pay for their cost of time watching the shop for some one to come in, as they can earn nothing unless they sell. And tbe Largest Dealer iii Shin, gies in tbe Obio Valley. Six hundred thousand of all kinds. Dimen sion shingles, fancy and plain In stock. Flustering Lath. Paints, Oils, Varnish and General Hardware. B.F. BIGGS Pomeroy, Obio, and Mason City, West Virginia. J une 6 6m To Mothers in This Tows. Children who are delicate, feverish, and cross will get immediate relief from Motiier Gray's Sweet Powders for Children: They cleanse tbe stomach, act on the fiver, mak ing a sickly child strong and healthy. A certain cure for worms. Sold by all drng gsts, 25 cts. Sample Free. Address, Allen Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y. may 30 4w Regeneration worka from within. MH For the Best GraJ Pore Rye & Bourbon And Fine Wines and Brandies, at the very lowest possible prices call on or address your orders to J. G. STORTZ. Point Pleasant, W. Va., Who makes a specialty ot the jug trade. If his goods do not turn out as represented your money will be refunded. The best $2.00 whisky sold, in West Virginia. Special attention paid to orders. ?one 15,190? RIAL ESTATE t INSURANCE Fire, Marine, Accident and Life Insurance. Estates Managed, Rents Collected. Loans Negotiated. TIPPETT and HUTCHINSON, k-Sl Point Pleasant, West Va. __ -~r MoMman Building. (Sixth Street.) None.But tlie Most Reliable Companies Repre sented. Come and Talk with us. Hospital. Largest in the State. Accommodates 150 Patients. Competent medical staff, large corps ot nurses, electric treatment, splendidly equipped operating rooms. Boom rent includes medical attention, medicine, nursing and board. Rooms from $10.00 a week up. Wards $7.00 up. Whit* Dm. A. K. K ESS LEU. San, HUNTIN6T0N, VEST VIR6INIA. We give a thorough course In Book-keeping, Telegraphy, Shorthand and Penmanship. Use of Typewriter free. Businessmen know us and frequently apply to us for office help. $100 and four or five months' time has started hundreds on the road to success. Enter now. Write the Principal for information. Box 228, Huntington, W. Va. Huntington Business College Huntington, - W. Virginia. Tor ten years the Elplcy School, now incorporated as Unntin^ton Business Col has been engaged in preparing and placing in positions real live young men and women. Many of these now hold tine positions at $?0, $IK) and up to $150 per month. Chamberlain's j Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need of a reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at tome time during the year. This remedy is recommended by deal en who have told it for many year* and know it* value. It hat received thoutandt of testimonials from grateful people. It has been prescribed by phy sicians with the most satisfactory results. It has often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a physician summoned. It only costs a quarter. Can you afford to risk so much for so tittle? BUY IT NOW. WANTED. 15,000 Pounds Wool I will be in the Wool busi ness as usual this season at the same old stand and will pay Cash, the highest market price. Come on with your wool. J. H. SPENCER, Graham Station, W. Va. [STRONG Again Is what Mrs. Lucy Stovall, of Til ton, Ga, said after talon; Kodol Dyspepsia Cur*. Hundreds of other weak k women are b?lng re stored to perfect health by this rem edy. YOU may be well if yea will take tt. Indigestion causes nearly all the sick ness that women bare. It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer?weaken, and become Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten. It nourishes the body, and rebuilds the weak organs, restoring health and strength. Kodol cures indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, sour risings, held)jng.heirthnrn and all stomach disorders. Digests What You Eat | I-ssssssssn pssarsnsri Ummm M nd M til I I mMrrfSJJaWM I PARKER'S1 HAIR BALSAM and beautifies Um hair. Prucoetes a lexurict.t pMrtk. . Kerer Pail* to JUetore Gray Hair to it* Tovthftal Color. . PirnnU Pandmffaod hair faUiafJ Oct 14 1 yr. CAPEHART KILL the COUCH and CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FOR 01 ONSUMPTION Price OUGH8 ar.d ?0e 1.00 LDS . freeJrjeL Surest and ftuiclteat Cure lot all XHEOAT andttWO TBOTTB T.m or MONEY BACK I BARON MAWR 475$ Will trot In 2:10. By Baron W11 ke?. S:I*, dam^LM lot?en .5:i*; by W Medium. ?*? u. Insure. nTTTn -n/iiVT l'acer; llirce-year-rfNe^^ BLUE FU1M trial 2:15. ?|U??rt??r w-oondH elirbt In 15 second*. Will beat 2:10 thU year. By Jay Bird, da.ni by Bcarlet Wilkes 2:22}?. 120 to Insure. tLANGLEY 30308 high. We Ikbt iauo IJ?h. A high acting coach borne by Allerton 2:0*, 4, dam by AlCantar*2:23. $10 t? In-ure Trotters and pacers train*?:! and sold. Address R. P. LITER, Point Pleasan.t W. Va. HATE VOD EVER BOCdllT OF STOCK - FftRM Drop In when in town nod look over our stock and sample our goods. Be low we quote you prices in some of our many brands. One of our specialties Royal Rye? I one case of four quarts, price Other brands, prices as roflows: Log House ;~ Mount Vernon Rye (20 y rs old), 2 00 Old Barbee, per \ GHlded Age. per qt \ J? Oolden Wedding, per qt J ?? Cognac Brandy, (Fine,) per qt.,.. 1 W Ouckenheimer Pure Bye, per qt., 1 ? Jaa.E. Pepper,SourMaeb,perqt 1 Zo Continental Montereal Malt Rye, per qt 70 Mai. Paul's, per qt 70 Strawberry Wine, (Fine,) per qt 75 St. Juiien, perqt., ?? Port Wine, (Beet,) per qt., 75 Port Wine, per at., Sherry'yVine, j er qt ?> Catawba Wine, perqt., - 7# Mams Extra Dry (Champagne.) 4 00 TIE POUT FLE1S1IT UQ011118SE. The Foint Pleasant Liquor House?The Snencer.