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Mrs. Doro Kace, wife f M. K. IUce,
died June lt at her father, home in
Shlloh. She leavees two children a
husband, sNur and brother undated
parents to mourn their loss, she was
an earnest worker, a christian and a
good friend. The mourning friends
have the sympathy of the entire com
munity. Mrs. P. I. llouck has returned from
Mulr, where she his been visiting h-r
mother, Mrs. Wm. Uearhart.
The L. (). T. M. entertained the
Crystal Hive Saturday ice cream and
cake were served. A 11 enjoyed a pleas
ant time.
Mrs. Claude Pettit and infant
daughter, of Perrinton, and Mrs. Mag
gie Towusand and infant daughter,
of New Haven, attended the Hive
meeting Saturday afternoon.
The school will attend the Picnic
at Crystal June Hh. A very good
time is expected.
The exerciser Decoration day were
well attended. Attorney.!. Kirby, of
Ithaca, rendered a splendid address,
and Mi Keie Lang gave a very tine
Wallace Lang is at home shaking
hands with old frienis and school
mates. Lee Sanders is home.
Mr. Uiglow is better at this writing.
Airs. J. Ale Fee. of New Haven, at
tended the exercise Decoration day.
June i'.. Children's Day exercises at
the church Sunday evening were tine
and enjoyed by a full church.
Myrtie Uradv is enjoying a visit
from her brother. A. Packer of.
The Forest Hill Hand, which went
to Ithaca Saturday, reports a tine time
and royal entertainment.
Mr. Sunlay lost a horse last week.
Monday morning twenty-two Sir
Knights armed with coin planters
marched into M. Lent's corn tieid.
and at u o'clock had planted twenty
two acres r.f c;rn. This is another of
the good deeds of the Maccabees
Thursday of last week, a go dly
nnmber of the Ladies' Aid met at
Mrs. C. T. Wright's and spent the
day in sewing for Mrs. Paycraft.
Mrs. Wright furnished a bountiful
dinner and a tine lot of work was done.
Tunnis Creech, of Alma, spent Sun
day with Ins parents.
Decatur Coleman was at Forest
Hill Saturday.
Small in size and great in results are
DeWitt's Little Harly Risers, the fa
mous little pills that cleanse the liver
and bowels. They do not gripe. Sharrar
& Mulhollaud.
June 4. Miss Emma Wiltshire, of
Alma, is visiting friends and relatives
in town.
Mrs. Conley and Mrs. Wood took in
the excursion from Almato Frankfort,
Mrs. H or ten took advantage of the
excursion to Saginaw and Pay City,
May 27, to visit her father at Merrill.
(uite a number from here attended
the funeral of Mrs. Sanders, at Pirn
Hall Tuesday.
Mrs. Prank (Iraham. Mr. Penner
and Charlie Horton are on the sick
Nearly all the boys and some of the
men, of this place are working in the
beet, fields near Alma.
James Harrington and wife are go
ing to Pelding to work in a boarding
Wilmot Langin lust a valuable c
Thursday, it being run over by the
Mrs. Kb. Priest goes St. Louis to
night to visit friends.
Mrs. Capen and (iladys sj-.ent lat
week with Pert Capen and wife at
Joe Chile's children arc quite sick
with mcasels.
June 4. Mrs T. P. Adams was called
to Leaton by the serious illness of her
Mrs. M. Mayer and son Thomas
were in Saginaw Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Plackbum and
children were in Ithaca last Satur
day. Little Emma .John soft who has been
ill with measles and mumps is conva-
Mrs. Wm. Adams and s jii have gone
to Saginaw.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Anchutz had the misfortune to burn
hh feet by running through a lire In
the yard.
Alls Elinor Johnston took charge
of the p jst office last Saturday, dining
the absence of the post master.
Uefness Cannot De Cured
t.v local fltirrfK ,tio,,1t' th"T 'tnt.Ot r-ft-ih tl.e
port 'or. fit he ear. Th,re Is only nM
tional r-me.ll DfrU U c.us.-i by an In
flamed condition of 09 muoOnj linltnr nf th
KuitH' hian Tup. VVb fl lb! lut (ret inflamed
you he n rumblitur sound or ImprrfV.-t h-tr-ivt
anti When It U entirely closed, deafo- s It
tu' result. nl nnles the inrtftnmtlon ran l.
tkon out and ttai tot re-mr-d to in normal
rndlt on. beam U destroyed forever:
n7ne ragout of t-n are canard by rMarrh
which la nothing but an infi.med condition of
thw MUr'tve one 'hundred dollar, for any cio
of de.fr (ctual by catarrh) tht c-a.-not
?L?.,H h IUirs,tirTh('ur'. St-nd for clr
SKIrS. F. J- CHBNKV & CO.. Toledo., O.
Hall Family Pills are the best.
June L Our echoul closes next Sat
urday. Pulton Center Farmers' Club meet
with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Chatllu,
this week Thursday.
Ik'bcr Cowles lias returned to Ohio.
Howard Wood and wife, who for
the present, are with his father.
Henry Wood, in Newark, Sunday cd
with L T. Price and family.
Fred Teaehworth has a new buggy.
Peter (Jrveuswite and wife spent
Sunday with friends near Crystal.
Joseph Hoxie and wife and Herbe
and Pertha Hoxie attended the clos
ing exercises at Vysilantl, where their
brother, Walter Hoxie graduated.
Fin ley Podge is in poor health.
Willie Cowles took a trip to Elsie
June l. Ernest dearhart and wife
have returned from Ionia where lie
lias been working the New Era Insur
ance business with good success,
Virgie Povee and family spent Sun
day with friends in Perrinton.
J. L. Pichard and son Verne drove
over to Joe Richard's Sunday.
Poy Terpening. of South Lyc ns, for
merly of this place, is calling on
friends and some body else, I guess
The Memorial day exercises at this
place were the best held here for some
time. The address bv Pev. Luther,
of Maple Papids. won the applause of
every one present. The llag drill by
eight small girls deserves- special at
tention. School closed Saturday for a vaca
tion, until September. Pro!', llichards
and Mi Palgleish have been retained
for the coming year at. advanced w ages,
which they have richv earned.
The marshal is tixing up the street
in good .shape, something we all
aught to be proud of.
Harry St.s-.ions has been engaged by
J. J. My res as clerk in his store.
J. L. Pichards and wife expect to
visit their daughter in Che-aning,
in the near future.
Tiie professor and school boys beginning July '!.
The ball game Saturday .between
the St. Louis and Ithaca ball teams
resulted in a score of eight to fifteen
in favor of Ithaca.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Killecn, of St.
Louis, were in Ithaca, Saturday, call
ing ou old friends.
F. L. Whitney, of Hillsdale, visited
with his cousin, MissStella Carpenter,
over Sunday.
II. L. Wood was in Elsie, Monday,
on business.
J. I. McWhirk.of Lima, Ohio, came
to Ithaca, Saturday and was the guest
of Miss Gertrude Klnkerter over Sun
day returning home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Poe, of Elyri a,
Ohio, visited with Mr. and Mr. A. E.
Pinney over Sunday.
Miss Emma Normberg, who has
been in this county about nine years
and the most of that time in the em
ploy of the family of C. M. Prown, left
for her home In Gothenberg, Sweden,
Alf. Wilkinson and E. R. Vanduzer
spent Sunday in Pancroft.
Pay Maloney went to Pontiac last
Thursday, where he purcha-e i a span
of hor.ses for his livery.
Miss Luella Chandler, of Ann Arbor,
was the guest of Miss Edith Sowersby
Friday and Saturday of last week.
J. P. Sowerby was In Ovid Friday,
on business.
W. T. Naldrett went to Lake George,
Monday, on business.
A Free Methodist camp meeting
will be held one and one-quarter miles
eat of North Star, beginning June l-'i
and lasting one week.
Dr. E. L. Street, of Saginaw, js vis
iting his sifter, Mrs. ia Peterson, of
tlii- platv.
Prof. Ellis G. YanPeventer has
completed liisf nirtli year of success
ful work- as principal of the Elsie
school and with his wife is visiting
his parents in Ithaca. He has re
signed his position at Elsie and v. ill
attend the Vpsilanti normal school
played against a picked up nine Sat
urday after no..n. and were badly
May :. N. Azleborn is building a
stone cellar and milk house. This
will not only be a useful addition but
a decided ornament to his already well
appointed farm which is a model of
neatness and taste.
Mrs. A. Signs led the prayer at Pn
ion last Thursday evening.
Mrs. Gillott, of Pompeii, and Mrs.
Clark, of Lansing, mother and aunt of
Mrs. Chas. Pen-more, visited her last
The Ackles school is progressing
finely with Miss Ethel Turner at the
Andrew Ax.leborn did business in
Alma. .last Tueslav.
Great interest is taken in the North
Star t'nion Sunday school and Thurs
day evening prayer meetings.
James P. Pouglas and wife, from
Lansing, visited Mr. Douglas' mother,
Mr. Harris. They returned to Lan
sing on Tuesday.
There will be an ice cream social at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
I)enmore. one and one-half mllc.s
west of the Ackles sch ol house, on
Friday evening, June 1". for the bon
eiit of the I'ni on Sunday school. Ev
erybody invited.
Ir. I. N. Monfort was in Detroit
Tuesday, on business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Forsyth will
.spend the summer in Toronto. They
will leave town next Tuesday. Prof.
Forsyth and wife have made many
warm friends in Ithaca who ardently
hope for their return.
Pev. Win. Pryant, of Detroit, edi
tor of the Michigan Presbyterian, will
preach at the Preabyterian church
next Sunday morning and evening.
Ira Montague went to Pay City
Tuesday, for a few days' visit.
Orvil Churchill attended the Na
tional Pill Posters' Association at
Lansing Tuesday.
J. P Sowersby went to Flint Tues
day, on business.
Lemuel Hyde, of New Haven, has
moved into the Henry otto hou.se in
South Ithaca.
O. P. Stone wheeled over to St.
Johns Tuesday afternoon.
Walter Pradley, of Cadillac, came
down on the Sunday excursion, for a
two week's stay in Ithaca.
The front to the Ithaca Savings
Pank is being treated to a new coat
of paint.
Miss Ethel Thompson, of Alma, vis
ited Ithaca friends this week.
NEWARK. . A Lifo and Doath Fight:
May. Pyron Dingman has his new i . ...
. , , , , ,r. Mr. V. A. 1 lines of Manchester, la.,
barn almost completed. I he carpen- j wntinc of hu ftlUOht miraculous e;c
ter work is under the supervision of ! from death, pays. "Exposure after
John Pates.
Harvey Munson had the mifortur.e
to lose a valuable colt recently.
Littie Gladie Peck, who was so s(-
meash's induced serious lung trouble.
which ended in consumption. I had fre
quent hemorrhages and coughed night
and day. All my doctors said I must
soon die. Then I bpgan to use Dr.
verely burnt by falling into a boiler of ! King's New Dinovery which wholly
lir.t w.Mf.-r is r.-nm-f,.,! :u mnrh i ! Td me. Hundreds havp used it on
Mrs. Caroline Munson. wno has been
M' low, is reported as much improved.
Oscar Hagerman has built an add:-tnrp
tion to his house.
Ira Munson is getting ready to build
a hou-e. He has the wall already
Porn, to Mr. and Mrs. George Allen,
May J1, a boy.
Fred G rover, of Saginaw, spent Sun
day with J. S. Pcecliler.
Wm. Hook made a business trip to
Owosso last. week.
Charles Hibnerand wife. of Elkhart.
Indiana, who have been visiting the
former's parents, Pen Hibner and
wife, and other friends for the last
two weeks, returned home last week.
The addition to the Pleasant Grovy
church is almost completed. Harvec
Wood is doing the work.
my advice and all nay ir never fails to
cure thront. ( best and lung troubles."
Regular He .'.o... and 1 ". Trial bottles
free at Sharrar A: Mulholland's dreg
Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the bbod in your body passes through
your kianeys once every tnree minutes.
Marriage Lisences
Harlen Manchester. '22, North Star:
Lydia Canouts, h; Elba.
Jas. Giugett, 2"., Alma.
Ethel M. Haw ley, 21, same.
Ethan Shlrwin, '22, Ashley:
Julia Peck, 20, Ashley.
Glorious Nows
Comes from Dr. D. IJ. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He write : "Electric
Hitters has cured Mrs Prewer of scrofu
la, which had caused her great suffering
for years. Terrible sores would break
out on her head and face, and the best
doctors could pive no help; but now her
health Is excellent." Electric Bitters is
the best blood purifier known. It's the
supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt
rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores.
It stlmultes the liver, kidneys and
bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion,
builds up the strength. Only &0& Sold
by Sharrar & Mulhoiland. Guaranteed.
The kidneys are ycur
blood purif.ers, they fil
ter out the waste cr
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick cr out
cf crder, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, achesandrheu
natism come from ex
cess cf uric acid in the
blood, due to nerlected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick cr unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highect for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
oy an cruggists in mt
cent and one-dollar sir
es. -You may have a
sampie Dome Dy man iiom cf P-wnp-Booi.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
8c Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
Contractor Wooley, of Ann
Arbor, Makes a Public
Mr. Edwin Wooley, contractor and
carpenter of Arm Arbor, adds his voice
to that of the great aimy of Michigan
people who endorse the iiitle conqueror.
Our representative fouud him at ids
place of residence, No. ilh Fountain fct.
All. Wooley appreciates a good thintf as
do most of our readers, una lie doet not
hesitate to tell hi experience for the
btnellt of otht'is Indorsement of this
kind has made Dunn's Kidney I'dU a
household word throughout the bta'e.
Tbo good they have done has won ilum
many a title and such worthy names
among the people as the "little con
queror of kidney Ills," ' littie enemies to
backache," 'modern wouder-worktra,"
Air. Wooley says: "I was subject for
years to attacks of backache or pains
through the loins and kidneys, utnerally
of a dull, heavy, aching nature, but of
ten when the weather changed or when
I moved awkwardly they became sharp
twinges of pain. As I was doing worn
which rqeuired stopping it vin very
painful, exceedingly to. if I caught cold
which, as a rule, settled in my hdns, 1
tried various remedies but wit never
successful in obtaining any permanent
beuellt until I used Doan's Kidney Pills.
At the time my back was troubling, me
a great deal but fcbortly after I began
the treatment the aeliing abtted snd
when I hud tinislnd it I was cured. This
is mouths ago and up to date there has
been no recurrence of the trouble."
Doan's Kit!ny Pills lor sale by all
dealers. Price 0 cents. Mai'td by
I'o-ter-Alillnirn C , Puilalo, New York.
Sole agents for '.he V. S. Kemr ml cr
the name Dunn's and Mke no substitute.
VorMilahy bllAHIUH & MrLllol.l.AND. lirutr-'lst..
Gratiot's New Court House a
Splendid Structure
Submitted to the Examination of
the Board-
Building of Stone, 76x112 feet, All Modern
.June Liur.i WelN. who ln been
vwting in Clinton county, returned
home thi week.
The social uiven by the Uleaners
last Saturday evening, was a u'ces
both socially and iluancially.
Hoy Fuller and wife, and Hoy Ilarn
hart and wife vi.Mted at II. 1). St tide
er's Sunday.
H. Iri!lln and wife tntertaimd
friends from Alma over Sunday.
.June Harrv ("I rah am na
Middleton Monday.
Ike i:. Hewitt wa, in Detroit ht
Iskic Hewitt was in Lansing on
rail road lusine. last week.
Hon. .1. Chad luck, of Ionia, deliv
ered the memorial address here.
Jese Archer and Alfred lidding
went to St. .Johns Saturday.
All- Nellie Scriviner N staying w ith
Air-. Sutton.
Airs. Alathews. of St. John-, was
a guest tof Airs. James Price, l i-t
Dr. A. O. Hart and wile have re
turned from a visit to Canada.
Airs. II. AI. Winston, of St. Johns,
was the guest of Maple liapids friends,
last week.
Air. and Airs. Wm. Reynold- are
the parents of a l.ouncinp baby-
The ball game between Fowler and
Alaple Piapids. resulted in a score of
thirteen to ten in favor of Alaple Rap
id s.
John Sheridan, of Perrinton. was in
Maple Rapids Saturday.
Decoration Day was appropriately
observed here. The Post and Corps
A-ith the Odd Fellow lodge- met at the
C. A. R. hall and formed in line and
marched to the school hou-e where
they were joined hy the school chil
dren, and all marched to the ceme
tery. The school sang two songs af
ter which the graves were deorated.
The crowd then repaired to the
church and listened t an appropriate
program. The bu-iness places were
all closed during the exercises, with
one exception.
Ali-se- Rose F.ggleston and Alanie
Butler visited in Ithaca, last week.
Airs. Emma Muckleburg 1 st a hor-e
last week.
Airs. Alilo Day and daughter, Ada,
ot llubbarston, vi-iteri at s. i'. liorrs
and C. (J. Parr's Sunday.
Cieorge Archerand wife vi-ited Wm.
Wright's, in North Shade Sunday.
Sam Crawford is helping Chas. Al
lor on C. AI. Rcdfern's grocery wagon.
Alartin Hulburt and wife, of near
St. John-, visited relatives and friends
June 1 ra David now drives a
line pair of roadsters.
Ilattle Hopkins and Lulu Moore are
expected home this week from the Alt.
Pleasant Normal to spend the sum
mer vacition.
Airs. (I randy is on the sick list.
J. IS. AlcCollum Is nursing a sore
Our genial blacksmith, Joe 0 randy,
wears a broader smile than ever as he
Is grandpa.
Airs. Allnnie Shaver's school, In the
Allen district, will enjoy a picnic din
ner Friday, the last day.
K. AI. ISeckcr, of Ithaca, spent Sun
day at Rathbone.
Cco. Russell lias begun work on his
new house.
Andrew Hopkins is about to raise a
new barn.
After three day of careful consider
ation of the fourteen compilative
plans, the board of Supervisors decided
yesterday to adopt the plans of Archi
tect Allen, of Kalamazoo. The gen
eral opinion ot all who s.iw the plans
is that they have male an excellent
choice. From the tirst, Air. Allen's
plans were well thought of and were
among the four rec tinmerided by Up
building committee. The board,
however, examined all the fourteen
set- submitted and heard explanations
by the eleven architect present.
The plans adopted o ill fcr a -tone
building Tiixl 1J, entrance at north and
west and small entrance at east,
clerk's, treasurer's, register's, and
probate judge's and drain commis
sioner's and sdiool eornmi--ior1er'-ortiee
on iirst tloor, with hand-omc-rotunda
'2x2 beneath the tower
which is 1l!o feet high. On secor d
lloor Is a court "room to.",.".. two jury
rooms, witness room, ladies' waiting
room, supervi-ors' room Jojs judge's
room, proseecuting attorney's room
sheriffs room and a toilet.
Each of the ground lloor ( :lices is
provided with a vault, private ojce
and toilet. The basement is furn
ished with four large vaults and six
additional others. The Moors of the
corridors and rotunda are of tile with
marble base boards, and the building
is finished in polished white oak. It
will be a magniticcnt structure, one
of which the entire county will be
All necessary arrangements were
made for pu-hing the construction of
the structure. The building c( mmit
tee were authorized to receive bids,
appoint a superintendent and dis
pose of the old court hou-e. and
everything w 111 be pushed as rapidly
as p issible.
Are You With Us7
Do you feel just finer than anybody
all the time? If you take Dr. Oald
well's Syrup Pepsin you may feel good
the year round. It is guaranteed to
eure constipation, indigestion and all
stomach and bowel troubles. 50 or
10c size. Sharrar iS: Mulhoiland will
tell you all about it.
Procrastination is a virtue when ap
plied to anger.
A fatal policy is to neglect a back
ache or other signs of kidney trouble,
mh.ky's kidnkv ( I KK is a sure rem
edy for Rright's disease, diabetes, and
gravel. Sold by H. J. Crawford.
When it comes to kissing, two
h.-ads are better than one.
Tor two years Ira W. Kelley of Alans
field, Pa., was in poor health on account
of kidney trouble. He consulted sev
eral physicians and spent considerable
money for medicines without obtaining
relief until he tried Foley's Kidney
Cure, and now writes: "I desire to add
my testimony that it may be the cause
of aiding others." Sharrar & Alulhol-
! land.
Lent i- the fast season et it is gen
erally considered slow.
A Card of Thanks.
I wish to say that I feel under lasting
obligations for what Chamberlain's
Co;igh Remedy has done for our family.
We have used it in so many eases of
coughs, lung troubles ami whooping
cough, and it has always given the most
perfect satisfaction, we feel greatly in
debted to the manufacturers of this
remedy and w ish them to please accept
our hearty thanks. Respectfully, Airs.
S. Doty, bes Aloines, Iowa. l'or sale
bv l'.ivins Rhodes.
Joy never leasts so high as when
the tirst course is misery.
Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia,
Persons with indigestion are already
nan starveU. Ua-v need plentv
wholesome tood. Kodal D soeusi:-
Cure digests what you eat so the body
can be nourished while the worn out
organs are being reconstructed. It is
the only prcr aratiou known that will
instantly reliev e mi: -I completely cure
all stomach troubles Try it if 'ou are
suffering from indigestion. It will
certainly do vov: good. Sharrar & Mul
hdlaud' T : c . : , . . .
; 1.1 le 1-worm jiving as long as there
I is anyb- dy worth living.
Neglect is the short step so many take
fro:a a cough or cold to consumption.
The early use of One Minute Cough
Cure prevents cun-umption. It is the
only harmless remedy that gives im
mediate results. It cures all throat and
lung troubles. Children all like it and
mothers endorse it. Sharrar cc Mulhoiland.
Bean tU hs You Hav9 ,wa,r5 u
The Free Methodists will commence
1 district camp meeting, Wednesday,
June Pi, east of town.
Last week the children of Air. and
Airs. Hod'tnan gathered home to cel
ebrate their mother's seventy-seventh
C R. Hat ten lost part of hi- two
middle lingers on the left hand Alon
day, at the mill.
C. Demote Jim Rradley and Alyrori
Troop and family, of Pompeii, were
in town Sunday.
Rev. Ceo. Rrown and wife, of Lu
reka, visited W C. Hoxie Friday.
North Star is ju-tly proud of her
schools, for the Lighth Crack' com
mencement de clop-d some tirie -pec-imines
of original and forcible Lnglish.
which is -eldom found in pupil- from
thirteen to sixteen years of age.
The (das-consisted of one t oy and
live girN. y. R. Rams in speaking
of "The Future Alar ." said- The fu
ture man will be hone-t In politics,
pure in morals and broad in religion.
Alyrtie Swart.miller showed, many
advancements In tifty years.
The Cla-s hi-tory was ieu ir.
rh me by Rurr Clark.
1 he future of the t
dieted by Llna Rivet t.
"How to Succeed,
handled by Jane Potter.
Joie p.artlet fluight that "Char
a -tor" was the rock on which all
other virtues were huilded..
Addresses were made by Retta Pect,
Dr. Crane, and Rev. Ceo. ISrown.
The average man makes a dllTerent
kind of a fool of himself each day.
pATAL mistakes are made by those
1 who do not heed the earlier symp
toms of kidney or bladder trouble that
often end in Rright's disease or dia
betes. When Foley's Kidnev Cure
makes the kidneys well, how foolish it
is to delay. Sharrar &. Mulhollaud.
The empty wagon goes fa-test and
rattles most.
was pre-
Cycling has its ups and downs. After
the downs, use Banner Salve if ou're
cut or bruised,. It heals the hurt quick
ly. Sharrar v: .Mulhoiland.
Interested nearly alwavs means interesting.
A fatal policy is to neglect a backache
or other sign of kidney trouble. Foley's
Kidney Cure is a 'sure remedy for
liright's dl'seape, diabetes. nd gravel
Sharrar .V Mulhoiland.
The little vices are our mf-ral bacteria.
hackache should never be neglected.
It means kidney disorder, which, if
allowed, to run too long may result in
I'.riglit's disease, diabetes or other ser
ious and often latal complaints. Foley's
Kidney Cure is guauuittecd for the kid
neys. Sharrar cc Alulholl.md.
A successiul "bachelor girl" is
unsuccessful sweetheart.
Can't be perfect health without pun
blood. Hurdock ISiood Hitters makes
pure Jlood. Tom and invigorates the
whole .-ystem.
Stlrr'i Lip
rtm Kick.
SaIut'i Sdi art Wrrntd U trodae.
Mthlon Lolhrr, K.TrT.I'.. .uinlh l ih vnrl,l"
trnmiut t-XIbaib.ii Hit ourli, J. Hri,1r.
Mlahlsolt. W it.. I7i bm. Mrlrr; and H. Lovrjo.
K4 Wm, Ulna . trewlnt SAibu.h ftlir'ira
I tr i-T9, It yo doubt, writ nm. tiuiiMlll
WU.OUO B luiMOtri, Bnr will km IrUI .
19 ptgt f rar farm iT.Ta Boih, lh I n4
Car BpHi,pcoooiB "0.o. lo-i on tf
ftt r ( QaLa kaa b'i. nrnmui lotraua
tk ftwi ea Arih; Solttr tat 0.
Up, Pprlnf ht, f , iDeiaami car mm-
Boaa Plant, r nitana i aiam. vinnaj
Srvat Kaiitr Urmt MlllUa Illr
atat. all nali4 tor lot. p-if I
tOtitlt vartH flOta itatarv
IS pk(t aarTTnl aU-
Make your business talks as short as
your prayers and you will be a winner.
A Monster Dovil Fish
Destroying it victim, i a typo of con
stipation. The power of this malady is
felt on organs, nerves, muncles and
brain. Unt I)r k'l nc'n Von. T if l;n..
.... .....p, o .'in uitr i
are a safe and certain cure. Best in the
wont ror stomach, liver, kidneyH and
bowels. Only y.lc at Sharrar fc Mulhol
land's drug store.
The Chinese ask "how is your liver?"
instead of "how do vou do?" for when
the liver is active the health is good.
Ie Witt's Little Karl v Risers are famous
little pills for the 'liver aud bowels.
Sharrar & Mulhollaud.
The Best Cough Remedy on Earth.
4 Warner's White Wine of Tar
Sump, Consumption Gurc, urcs
a cold in 2 hours if taken in time
nijd doc nut stop a couh in qpq
niiniltC h' paralvin- the thro.u
ruit it cures the disease nn, Jcmxc,
the throat nnd luns healthy nn.I
strong. 25 nml 50 cts.
Tor 8al hy SHARRAR Jb Mt'bllOLLA ND
ueressori to B 8. Webb.

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