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Another Lesson in Health
II 3 D AC KAC I IK lum bago rheuma tism tired out feclinsi all indi cate disorder in the kid neys. No hope of good health while your kid neys are wrong. They are the strainers of the blood and must be kept right if you're to have health. Foley's Kidney Cure is guaranteed to make the kidneys right to put them in perfect health. You run no risk. It's guaranteed. Buy a bottle to-day if vou're not feeling right. V. L. YAXCY, Paducah, K. writes: "I had a severe case of kidney disease and three of the best physicians of southern Kentucky treated me without success. I was in duced to try Foley's Kidney Cure. The first bottle gave immediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently. I gladly recommend this wonderful remedy." To cure a cut or a corn, a burn or bruise, any wound or sore, use BANNER SALVE, "the great healer." Best for all skin sickness, as tetter, eczema, salt rheum or scald head, ulcers or granulated eyelids. It's guaranteed to cure piles. " Banner Salve." t O it s.XI.K ItY SHARK. K A ML l.I.llni.ADN. ALMA. Ml M. Ontg yitv GOOD HOPE of the lvl it h M try Chas. .lune 11. Mr. .lames Young, Forest Fnion Sunday school: Bandall, Mrs Cora Hall. Mrs Card. MNs Uoa Card, and Mr Raymond, from Fnion, were visitors at Cfxiil Hope last Suriday. Then was a large attendance. Seventeen were in the Bible class taught by the pastor. The rain detained about two third of the audience at the sehool house for fully an hour after dNrni sal. but the time va very profitably spent in singing Pen tee ta 1 hyms. Mr. Harris conducted the prayer meeting Wednesday night. Crops of all kind are very forward except wheat. What little wheat was sown about Good Hope last fall BEEBE , June 11. -Mrs 'Alice Fpdyke, ! Lansing, visited Delbrt Huntoonand j lamily last week. I Mr. .Jennie (iamble, who was called ! here by the serious illness of her sis 1 tcr's child. returned to her home in i hio, lat Sunday. 1 Miv, Bessie Maxted, of Ithaca, is , 1 1 j guest of Miss Bertha (Iambic. ' Miss Ada Monroe is in Ithaca this week, in the millinery room of Mrs. ; Water. J Delhi rt Iluntoorj and wife visited i friends in North Star last Tliurday. Mr. Florence Ilrjrli-li, of Ashley, ; visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. ! Win. Gamble, last Sunday. ' Divid I)oane. of St Louis, visited LANGPORT. .June 12-Mr. and Mrs. Geo Hill made a trip to St. Louis Saturday. Miss lna Hlgglns rides a new wheel. Mr. and Mrs. John Sturgis, of Kal kaska, were the quests of relatives and iriends in Oak Grove last week. II. Thornton and wife are visiting friends lu Sagiuaw . Cteo. Lewi, of Grand Bapids, is spending his school vacation with his parents. Charles Bichards was in Saginaw Sunday. Carl Washburn closed his school In the Coleman school district Friday. Miss Myrtie Gould who has beeu suffering with a sprained ankle is bet ter. .James Clark and Fred Hudson, of Shepherdsville, visited their parents the lirst of the week. Frank Cross has returned from Sag inaw much improved in health. Mrs. Minnie Shaver closed a success ful term of school in the Allen dis trict Friday. After a picnic dinner the afternoon was pleasantly spent in singing and reciting, refreshments of ice cream were served and Mrs. Sha ver was presented with a beautiful water-set, a token of esteem from her pupils. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gould are the quests of the former's brother, C. Gould, of Tergus. Misses Alma Vanness and Florence Dancer, of South Wheeler, visited in Langport Wednedav. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Finery have re turned to their home in Midland. Chas Gould clo-ed hi sehrol in j South Wheeler, June 1st. : Mrs. 15. L. Richard returned from St. Louis Sunday. ,,f i Mr. II. II. Thompson and children, of Wheeler, are the guests of friends in Langport.. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hopkins, of Bath bone, visited Mrs Hopkin's parents Sunday. Mis I'.mny Johnson, of Kdgewood. is the guest of her cousin. Mrs. W. I nwley. liis daughter. Mr, list. Wednesday. Wiu. lliliop. of wa laid to rest in Melia Huntoon. Areada township. Pine Grove come- was o badly winter killed that it will tery. scarcely be half a crop. j Robert Gamble is in Grand Rapids Improvements are being rapidly thi week, a representative of the pushed on all sides. Albert Shaw has k. . 'p. M. of this place. broken up and planted a nnmber of acres this year. Mr. Short has cleared and stumped and broken up his land in great shape. You would hardly know it Married on Wednesday June , at Windsor, Ontario, Mr. Flmer Brooks to Miss Mabel Canouts, both of Good Hope. We extend congratulations. We are very thankful for the good work that is being done in our midst, and we trust that everybody will do all they can to help our Sunday school along. Otis Well has bought a nice driv ing hor.e from Ja. YanAlstyne. A. J. Rare and family are eutertaln ing friend from St. Louis. visiting and Mr. RIVERDALE- June 11. Mr. Adams friends and relatives here. Mrs. Chas. MeKenna Plumly, from Cedar Lake, were call ing on friend in this place Tliurday. Cha. Bntlett and wife, of Alma, visited hi parents Sunday. Mr. Chapin i on the sick li-t, this week. Will Pifer and family, of Yestaburg, spent Sunday here. Maryette Rradley and children leave tomorrow for Onawav. where they will make their home. Mr. Rradley ha been there for sometime. As a couple of ladie pased through here Sunday, on their vvay to camp meeting at Kim Hall, their horse be came frightened and threw them into by II. Dagenhard, of St. Louis, drove the ditch. They were not seriously ! out to the home of her father Sunday . ELM HALL. June R. Moblo, of Riverdale. furnished supplies for the cimp meet ing. Alex Conner, who ha been attend ing school at Big Rapids, is home for ! a short time. Mrs. Lyon and Mrs. Rutcher spent Monday in Alma and St. Louis, j Leta Ilawes and Nama Winters w heeled to Ferris lat week to attend I the graduatir.g exercises. A great many of our pupils are (wrestling with the German measles I and chicken pox. The Lyon mill ha closed. It will I be moved to Rert Gee', where there will be a short run. j Mr. Florence Robbin, of Allegan i county, is visiting her parents, Mr. i and Mrs. Harding. ' G. J. Rutcher i quite -iek with ( 1 ii ri trouble. i School clo-e J une 1-. L"gan Sly i home from Alma. GALLOWAY. June 11. Fred B sewig returned home after spending a couple days in Saginaw. Mis Rocma Adamek, of Sickel. spent Sunday at home. Mi Anna Johnson, accompanied MAPLE RAPIDS. j June 1J. Lorenzo Greenhoe and ; Minnie Ingraham, of Crystal, were in ' town Saturday and Sunday. ! The Maple Rapids bae ball nine went to Fowler last Thurday and de I feated the Fowler nine ; to 11. ' Republican caucus in Ferry's j June lo. i Kd Schau was in St. Loui I week. ! Mr. and Mrs. Janett. of Fulton, I visited at A. N. Howe's Sunday. ! Geo. Archer was in Middleton Tuesday. Mrs. J. Sutton and son Clyde, ited at Riley lat week. Win. Finkncy was in Buffalo week. Mrs. Kva Hubbard, Mrs. Kate Wal ters, Mrs. Lucy Gamble, Mrs. R. I. Sleight, Mrs. Lylle Redfern and Mrs. Nellie Hewitt attended Ringing Pro's, show at Owo;;u lpst Friday, Miss Gertie Astley, of Grand Ledge, is visiting Miss Kmma Daniels. Mrs. Louise Ilanes returned to Maple Rapids Monday night. Dell Chick and son. of St. Johns, were in town lat Friday. Frank Convis returned from Ann Arbor last week, much improved in health. Deil Chick, of St. Johns, has ac cepted a position a agent fof the Creole Cigar Co., of Landing. Hall. la-t last vi last A Life and Doath Fight: Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, la., writing of his almost miraculous escape from death, savn. "Kxnosurfl after I measles induced serious lung trouble, i which ended in consumption. I had fre- quent hemorrhages and coughed night and day. All my doctors said I mut ; xoon die. Then I began to usp Dr. King's New Discovery which wholly ' cured me. Hundreds have used it on ! my advice and all say it never fails to i cure throat, clie-t and lung troubles." 1 Regular hzc .'.oc and 1 oo. Trial bottles free at Sharrar iV Mulholland's drug sfore. injured. Some boy went into an old building back of the barber shop to smoke t lie other day, and accidentally set the building on tire. If the wind had been blowing hard we would have had a big fire in town. School closed Friday. Kd I'ifer and wife entertained a few of their friends Saturday evening. Yiitlng and dancing was the order of tie evening. All report a good tl me T. P. Adams has returned a ncw barn last Small in sie and great in results ar' DeWitt's Little Karly Risers, the fa mous little pills that cleanse the liver and Jowels. They do not gripe. Sharrar & Mulholland. Deafness Car. not Do Cured ty IocrI aiiplt'ttinrH, a th-v antiot f H-'h the ill-' ac-'l portion of tho rr. Tin-re Is only !. ay t cure d-afti'-o, anl t bat Is y nnntltu tlonal r-tnell-. Di-afnt's ( cnus. l by an in lUnvd cooditloTi of I lie tniKUiig litihis: nf tli-Eustv-hian Tute. Wh-n tbw tulw ircts iiitlsni-l you hav rurnblltir wound or lnip'rfi -t h' r In?, and when It is rntlrvly do-od. dern'-s i I b' result, sdI nnl''S the Inllamatlon ran tn taken out and thl tal retr-d toll normal condition, he arli. f wia be destroyed tort-vir: Ola? c"e out of tn are enased tiy -marrh. wlch ii nothing but an liifUim d condition of th" mucoui nrfftC'. We lU tlVP one htindrcd doliara for any ease of deaftie (caused by catarrh) that cannot U cured by Ilall CMrrh Cur-. Send for clr culrtM free. F. J CHKNEV & CO.. Toledo., O. Itr sld by Dmrelflts. 7!Sc. Malta Family fills are the ct. Mr. homo. M. Mayer raided Saturday. All the farmers are bu-y thkming sugar beets. A few of our people attended the party at Joe Laure's and report a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kis'Jick and son. Willie, spent Sunday at the home of his brother who resides north of Merrill. Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor , . vl. , - and cheerfulness soon jVQ. - h disappear vhen the kid- neys are out of crder lV l')h or diseased. 'vVCT- Kidney trouble has v-J, . become so prevalent V; Tl - -i .. ' -J II l"4l il IJ IIU1 UUtUlilKlUJl f tor a emu id be bom -I3 afflicted with weak kid-- neys. If the chili urin ates too often. If the urine scalds the flesh or if. when the chili il"S m Mr and Mrs.. ..nn sturgi-, h.wt rc- j contrc, the passaee ,s yet afflicted with tu rued from Kalkaska. ! bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause cf A littla stranger at the home of Mr. the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first and Mrs. Frank Schlapskcy. f'eP should be towards the treatment of t , . . ' , t . these important crgans. Th 3 unp easant About hfteen members of the Lake- j trouble ,3Kdue t0 a isea3ed condltiopn cf th. Held Arbor, A. (). (). (J. visited the kidneys and bladder and net to a habit as member of Sickle's Arbor, and report most people suppose a pleasant time. John Norah has returned home from Saginaw. Mrs. Will Adams and son, Clarence, have returned home. Alec Vandette. who has recently built a store at Lakctleld, will open his store, June '22. OA0TOIIIA. Beintu Kind You Ham Altars 6cut Bignatora of lh8 Kind Yoa Haw Always Women as well a3 men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the Immediate effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realUed. It is sold by druggists, In fifty- fCK cent and one dollar fifT.-J ytiT iiivji iwu mar m ti' i f sample Dome by man tree, aiso pampniet ten- noma of "wwrrvftoot. ing all about it. Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer 2c Co., Dlnghamton, U. Y., bo sure and mention this paper. h. Hill i.m 11 ITHACA. Henry Lewis, F. II. Horr, L. U SawyerandJ.il Crawford are enjoy ing their annual fishing outing. This year they are tempting the tinny tribes at Flatte Lake. Mrs. F. M. Hirrlngton wis in Alma Tuesday. Mrs. J, M. Kverdcn, Mrs. l'laco and Miss Carrie Stanton were in Alma Tuesday. C. M. llrown was in Detroit; Tues day. Mrs. Ci. C. Clark has been in Hamil ton the past week, called there by the illness of her pa'rents. Misses Kittle Richard and Klla Marvin are home from the Mt.Pleas ant Normal. Kelly S. Scrirl went to Chapin JMon dav, on business. Prof. C C Forsyth and wife left for Toronto Tuesday, where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Jerry DavU is attending the L O. T. M encampment. The fourteenth annual commence ment of the Ithaca high school will be held at the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening. June 2n. Ad dress "The World's Tomorrow," will be given by Chas. II. Fraser. Admis sion lo and 1.1 cents. The F.accalaureate sermon will be. given by Ilev. A. L. Toner, at the Presbyterian church, Sunday evening. June IT. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. ParrMi are in Ithaca in attendance at the wedding of their M.n II. P. Parrih. Jas. I). NeNon is attending the re union of the 7th Michigan, at Flush ing. Judge Stone is holding court at St. Johns this week. Charley Ilrown i.-. In Detroit this week attending a mooting of the Stat Democratic Committee. Hon. A. P.. Daarah returned to Miles. Tuesday. Chas. Frico Is attending the annual meeting of the State Hankers Asso ciation at Detroit this week. The champUm load of wool was so)ri to Webster and P.rown last Saturdiy bv rrin Fpham.-It weighed pound. Wm Stevens and C. A. P.ovles have purchased the Hoy Finch bar ber shop and took possession last Tuesday. I loth of the boys are well known in Ithaca and the IIki:ali bespeaks for them a good patronage. ft. McCandlass and wife, of St. Thoma, Ontario, visited his brother, F. McCindlass from Thursday of last week until Monday of this week. A. Kobband son have lately painted their blacksmith shop which gives it a very neat appearance! FULTON CENTER. June 11. Our scluol closed last Saturday the th. with a picnic with Claud Miller's school of Kast Fulton, at the picnic grounds east of the Cen ter. A line literary program was en joyed by all. Agnes Sheridan and Karl Hovee are home from Mt. Pleasant Normal. Cora Povee, Cora Dodge and Mrs. (Jeorge Stead attended the gradua ting exercises at Mt. Pleasant, last week. Children's Day exercises were held at the church last Sunday, and a tine program was given, ilertha Hoxie gave a very impressive declamation, while the essay given by Jay Sesions was very interesting. Miss Maud Norton, is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Peter (Ireenswite. alto Wood and wife, of Alma, are vi-iting their parents L. P. Price and wife. Luman Uurch and wife, of Stephen son. Menomine county, are visiting John liureh, at List Fulton. Fiolev Krwin In raising his liou-e fur building a cellar. Alb-rt lleichard and family, of Al eria. Ohio, are visiting his father at South Fulton. scraps (3Ei7YaTfnr? fijiflpf? Kor;sute by bllAUHAU Mt LUoLLAND. DruiM-. A MATTER OF FAITH Mrtiiy of tlit CltTKy III Ml lilctiit Kitilorxe tlit" l.lttle C'oiiii-rir, Our religious opinions aie, on a whole a matter ol faith. Whatever denomina tion or sect we follow, wo pin our fait U on the word9 aud teaching of our pas tor. His sincerity is never doubted; thiit he thoroughly believes hi adopted creed is unquestioned. The opinion of the elery cany well dtherveil weight with all classes of people. Many rever end gentlemen in Michigan are testify ing for the little conqueror. Their praise is not given lightly, and only after personal experience, (intitude nnd a desire to promote the welfare of the public brings forth such testimony us follows: The Kev. F. A. Smith, of :;2) First street, Kalamazoo, Mich., nvs: "When I procured Doau's Kidney l'ilis I was at the time and had been considerably troubled with my kidneys. Hackache was quite pronounced, Wang especially eevere when I sat or stood in a stooped positon for any length of lime. Other s)inptouis usually attending disordered kidneys plainly indicated what caused the dilUculty. Doan's Kidney pills cor rected the annoyance in a very Khort time anil I have not indeed up to date, any iudication of a recurrence. As I tok no otutr medicine then- can lm no doubt that Doau'h Kidney Pil s wire the din ct means of tiring inc. I m most favorably impressed with them." Doan's Kidney l'iils for sale by all dealers. Price .10 cnts. Mailed by Foster-Miburn Co.. IhitTal', New Yrk. Sole agents for tho U. S. Kemcmber the name Dual's aud t ike no substitute. Are You With Us? I)o you feel just finer than anybody all the time? If you take Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin you may feel ood the year round. It is guaranteed to cure constipation, indigestion ami all stomach and bowel troubles. i, 50 or 10c sie. Sharrar vS: Mulholland will tell you all about it. Strong prejudices indicate insuffi ciency of present judgment. A Card of Thanks. I wish to say that I feel under lasting obligations for what Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has done for our family. We have used it in so many cases of coughs, lung troubles and whooping cough, and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction, we fetl greatly in debted to the manufacturers of this j remedy and wish them to please accept our nearly maims. Kespectlully, Airs. S Doty, Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by Hivins & Rhodes. Many baigiins are much like gun powder, only made to go off. FOREST HILL. June 11- Mr. Comstock has rented his farm and is moving to A 1 mi. Mesdames 1'risbee and Kinney, of Klwell, were at Forest Hill Sunday. Although rather cool, Saturday ev ening the ice cream social and hand c mcert at John Perry's was well at tended. Dm Hayes and Birdie Mills, eleven year old boys planted nine acres of corn in less than two days. Aunt Hannah Bryant is on the sick list. Mrs. George Pitt is very poorly aud has lost her eyesight. Bith Mr. and Mrs. Pitt are entirely blind. Mr. Galvin has commenced work on his house. Mr. Col well is at work for Mr. Gal vin. The ladles aid will meet with Mrs. Frances Fleming June -1st. A. White attended camp meeting at Kim Hall Sunday. V.. Fleming went to Grand Ilaplds, Monday to the Great Camp, K. O. T. M. review. The Lady Commander would be pie ased to see every member of For es, Hill Hive present at review, June 10th. T.J.Clark hrs a fine new double carriage. ELWELL. June ". Mrs. Wm. Crum died at her home. Saturd iy evening, after an ill ness of only three hours. Decea-ed had been in usually go.nl health and retired at the usual tini", but heart failure did its, work. The bere.ived family have the sympathy of the en tire community. The Ancient Order of Gleaners are finishing their hall in North Klwell. They expect to have it ready fur open ing about July 4th. Some business men are considering a plan for an old fashion picnic; at Kl well, July 1, but no definite arrange ments have been made. Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia. Persons with indigestion are already half starved. They need plenty of wholesome lood. Kodal Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so the body can be nourished w hile the worn out organs are being reconstructed. It is the only preparation known that will instantly relieve and completely cure all stomach troubles. Try it if sou are suffering from indigestion. It will certainlv do vou good. Sharrar & Mulholland." When the world lav hM love found a way way of Cavalry and lo, it infinite was the ST- LOUIS Mr-i. B. K. Green is on the sick list. Miss Anna Davis, of Alma, spent Sunday in this city. Bev. and Mrs. Luthur Pittblado, who have been to New York for a mouth, returned to thi- city Saturday evening. Miss Freda Cook left M ai lay, for a week's visit with relatives at Grand Bipids. Mr. and Mrs. John Burns are at tending tiie Maccabee convention in Grand Bapids, this week. The regular services in the Kpisco pal church have been resumed since the return of Bev. Pittblado. June 12. Miss Marion Church and Miss Mary Hart took in Dewey day at Grand Bapids Tuesday. Mrs. Stillman left Tuesday morn ing for Kurope, to visit her parents for three months. Frank Lane, of Saginaw, is calling on St. Louis friends this week. Miss Minnie Clark, of Lapeer, is visiting relatives in this city. POMPEII. June 11 The electric road i a Mire tiling. D.vlght Pavne was bitten by a dog lat week. Seaver brothers liaM IT sheep bitten by dogs, in Clinton county. W. II. Ilatton has gone to Saginaw on a visit. C. P.. Hicks relieving him. J. W. Pajne is o!i: taking the cen sus. Miss Lvdia Peter- is working at Ithaci. K:mer Waldorf was in town last week. Geo. Phipuev was poisoned bv eat ing salmon. He is si.iw ly r-c ivering. Clyde Wood, fiom Ilu-iiiiell, spent Sunday with his father. Harvey Wool. Cha Townseiid was in to mi Mon ti a v. II. G. Mulholland and t imllv spent Sunday evening w it h J D Gilleo O. D. Cook was in town one night last week. Marriage Li ences Perl L S ibin. '22, Ferris; Martha K Long. in. Sumner. Kid Wood, 7, Pine Biver: Irene Wright, IT. sunn. Boy II Miller. iM. Alma: Myrtle May Walker, LM same. Neglect is the short step so many take froiu a cough or cold to consumption. I The early ue of One Minute Cough J Cure prevents consumption. It is the oniy Harmless remedy mat gives im mediate results. It cuies all throat and lung troubles. Children all like it and mothers endorse it. Sharrar .: Mulhol and. Nothing brings sjn to life again so readily as writing its epitaph. K very ho dy i- liable to itcLii):' piles. Bieh and po. r, old and j oung terrible the torture they suiter; Plan's Oint ment. Absolutely safe; can t fail. The ky. unlikt brightest, when it humanity, is the the bluest. Cycling has its ups and downs. After the downs, use Iianner Salve if you're cut or bruised It heals the hurt quick ly. Sharrar & Mulholland. Many a man who is born to succeed dies of heart failure. A Monster Dovil Fish Destroying its victim, is a type of con stipation. The power of this malady is felt on organs, nerves, muscles and brain. But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a safo and certain cure. Best in the word for stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Only 2.1c at Sharrar A: Mulhol land's drug store. If a young man stays too late the girl's father is apt to kick. Is it a burn? Fse Dr. ThoruaV Lclec trie Oil. A cut .' I'-a- Dr. Thomas' Kelec tric Oil. At our druggists. . Flattery is the loe of faithful friend ship. The Chinese ask "how is your liver?" instead of "how do you do?" for when the liver is active the health is good. DeWitt's Little Fatly Risers are famous little pills for the lher and bowels. Sharrar kS: Mulholland. - . Asa moss gatherer the rollin: heads the list. joke ('Al. Ci:i:i:k. Tf.nn, Feb IT. lv:i. We cannot reo.mrnend the Dr. J. II. McLean Medicine Cos medicines too highly, as they cannot be excelled. Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Ktdnev Balm beats the world. P. Siiai.I" wv Son. Fr sale by all druggists. A false rumor gains currency quicker than the average man. oeooooooocoooooeoooo FOR 14 CENTS We wlnh to fain tbi ear Simjinu .nwcat(iinrr, inj nenca offer 4 1 Vkw. Cit Otrdrn Hunt. ito. i 1 Pkg.Earl'it Kmrrslii ('ticuiiiberlfic j LtnM. .v.rkrl L,elluce, lfto i Ntrwt-rrir MfloD, l.So ! I t l)r KaUh, 1 xi I Krlf tlipa l'F.bg, l.o I Frl iMnnr Onion, lno 4 Brilliant Homrr hrtiU. Hoi Wmrth $1.00, for 1 1 cL. fUw AhoTli) PkciTworth tl.OO.wa will mail ro frr, tngrthor with our rrt riant ana rsrra t iaio,f n all about 8lir a Mlllloa lar l'ts(. upon rrrvirt of thia natlre A 1 f r. tmp. AVe ini w oortrada and know who fon oner ?nrr xerda yon win cr without. Tha ! StrawrT larall,uiwqaartatwiratarif. ill JOHf a. KtLIIR HID (O., La CROHMK, WIN. f c 5 if via r t Would not Suffer so Aaln for Fifty Times Its Price. I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach. I never felt so badly in all my life. When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work. I went to Miller - Mc- Curdy's drug store and they recom mended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrho a Remedy. It worked like maic and one dose fixed me all riht. It certainly is the finest tiling I ever used for stomach trouble. I shall not be without it in my home hereafter, for I should not care to endure the suffei it gs of last night again for fifty times its price. C. II. Wilson, Liveryman, r.urgettstown, Washington Co.", la. This remedy is for sale by Hiving & Rhodes, druggists. Premeditated smart sayings nearly always contain poison. The Best Cough Remedy on Earth. Warner's White Wine o lex Syrup. Consumption Gure, a cold in z hours if taken in tinu and doe not Mop a couh in Qp niniJtC ty p.'ralvin the throa ut it cures the disease and Laves the throat and Iuns healthy a;.d strong. 25 and 50 cts. For Sl by si I A UK AH Jt MtT.HOLLANn eu--i-orf to H 8. Wcbt.