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Pierce for hie advice." The lady, from who letter we quote, got what khe wrote for, and is a well woman to-day as a result of following Dr. Tierce's advice and using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the medicine which makes weak women strong and sick women well. "Favorite Prescrip tion" establishes regularity, dries weak ening drains, heal inflammation and ulceration and ones female weakness. Sick women, especially those suffering from diseases of long standing, are iu- vited to consult Dr. Fierce by lettef, free. All correspondence is held as strictlv private and sacredly confiden tial. Address Dr. R. V. Tierce, Buffalo, N. Y. "I on truthfully siy that Pr. Tierce Favorite Prescription is wonderful medicine and de nervc the traisr ivrn it," write Mr Kmma Spooner. I.akeview. Montcalm Co, Mich., Ilo sS. "Iwasu k f nir months, and the medi cine presented l.v the .l.x t -rt did me no good lltially I wrote to I r Phtcc for hi advice. He answered in .1 verv kind 1 ttr instructing me what to do I f ollowc J his advue and to-day am a well woman, thanks to Dr. Tierce." Dr. Tierce's Tleasant Tellets should he used with " Favorite Trescription n when ever a laxative is required. 3 Crre5Pnence- a EDGEWOOD. Siturday afternoon there was a pleasaut 1 ttle ;itherinr at the home of Mr. an 1 Mrs. rt. Y. Aldrich. it br ing the forty-ninth anniversary of their married life Mr. and Mrs. A Id rich hae f--r a ft w year- bac'.c resided in Ithaca, hut tuw live at Cottage Home, ore and one half miles iat of Eigewood. The four s u and three daughters tegetl or with their fam ilies made oc thi' ty io all. A lor g table wis spr. a i irt th shade of the house and a h iunt'ful u;iper was en joyed by all. Mr. Wight, who was preen took a picture of the famdy and house. The children present to their par ents a beautiful hanging lamp as a slight token of their lovean 1 all. ctlon, an as the un wa s't king in the west they repaired to their scleral homes and a we realie that the days are fast hastening by and thee family gatherings will si on be over, may one and all so order our lives and so seek the favor of a loving heavenly Father that when life's sun is setting one and all may te reunited :n that eternal home where the sunlight never fades is t lie wish of one who was there. BRECKEN RIDGE. Mrs. Frank Wo!.-tun is in the sick list. (J. W. Tobert is placing a new en gine in hn plaining mill. Commissioner Pike and wife, of Ith aca, spent Thursday in town. Mrs. Dan Hraman is remodeling her house. Moure and Biiley are doing the work. Many of our citizens attended the carnival at t. Louis duiing the past week. Harry Myer and Geo. DeEosh, of Mntiag). Michigan, visited in town lat week. It has been estimated that about 2,mi people were in Hreckenridge on Field Day. .Jim Fartee moved, Saturday, Into the house he recently purchased of Seneca Curtis-. Soh xj; b'gins this week with viiLf crps fjf teichers a were ployed la-t yesr. D.u Homes and wife returned urd.i !iom an extended visit to litu p tri of i h- state. T;i- Cur gtegatii nil and M. E. v :'h! i m.tu d mt al- n Field Day. Eicu h'cietv netted abojt I0. D-dFayne an 1 famiiy arid fieorge r.i)!ieand wile, all of Fulton, i-it d at the home of Cha. Entrekin during the pas' week. The em- Sat- the Aid HOW'S THIS? W t o!Tflra hundred I) iilar I.'e .ir: for any o' itrr:ili tb.it '-aiinol t.-cured by IUU t ititr tin our-. K J o'MKNKV id)., Vrn. Tid., o We t fit underm n-d, tuve ktiown V. J. 'htn'-y for t tie la-t -.' ye ar. tml NiIhiv him perfectly hiiioriil ia all bU'.neji transa t nn, and Jinan -in y a'.'f to carry oJt any otuatin made tiy Uieir :m Wlr I hi i Win). -He t)ruffiris s Toledo. O. WL(IS'. KtNSA Mahin. Wh'e-Ile Ir iirirli s. 1 u t Mai k ( iturrih rr. tnk n lnt roally n -t-ini lir"t y upon the tilool nnd mnC iii-xur-fac ofth s5 t-m. I'n T.v . per t-ottle Bol 1 hr 'l ir irit 1 e-'tmonils (re. Hi. i a Family I'm the txvt. Good Pills Aycr's Pills arc good pills. You know that. The best family laxative you can buy. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black? Use Buckingham's Dye SOcti af d'xffittof . P. Hi ifcCa .NtiKua.N H ITHACA. ! H. Sawyer was In ()woso 1 ist Sat urday. Mr. F.mcr Heath was In Alma Monday. Nathan Church wuit to Clarence Monday. Mrs. Davb WrUht went to Alma Monday. Mrs T. Traverwent toMt. Favs.nt Tii' sday. .1. 11. Crawford went to Traxeise CM v Tuoajy. Mi.v WlllSlnodes was in North Star last Saturday. Mhs Alice Iiwreiu'e was in Ashley Saturday last. S. K. Farrish went t Lansing Mon day on business. Miss llilla IJjvee, of Alma, spent Sunday at home. ('. W. Alihouse, of Hcrtolt, was In Ithaca last Friday. F.iul Croebel, of Middlcton, went to Alma lat Siturday. Miss Marie Vino?, of Lyons is the gut st of Mi.ss Kthel Seivcr. Mrs. James Ileid aud daughter, Stella, were In Alma Monday. Mr. Fannie Snyder, of Cnlcago, was in t )n Ti.esday on bussiucss. .Josetih Ha and N. J. M'j(Jullugh, of Alma, were in t iwn last Friday. Mr. and Mrs H. L. 'o1 are visit, ing relatives and friends in Toledo. Mrs. L. A. Fike visited friends In St. Louis the fore part of the week. The Itluci band to k put in the Owosmi Labor Day celebration Mon day, Miss Ivah Clark, ot Alma, was the gutstof Mrs. Mattie Spaulling last week. One hundred and twenty-live excur sion tickets were sjld to. Own so on Mondy. HortonCary went to Owosso Satur day last and remained until Monday evening. Mrs (leo. Fletcher and son, Harvey, were the guests of Mrs. Mattie Spauld Ing last week. Mis es Uurr Clark and Mary Car many, of North Sta were in t.wn Saturday last. Mrs. J. Grubr, of shepherd, spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs Ver non Dickerman. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Fogle, of Owosso. are the guests fr a week of Fred White of Kmerson. I. N. Monfort and family will return tomorrow or Saturday from a few days trip t Hamlin Lake. Mrs. Alice Cunningham, of Newark, went to Clare on Saturday last to visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. Carrie Llvlngton, of Fremont, ( Miio. is making her sister, Mrs. Will Slirodes. a two weeks visit. Iiev. Will Long returned last Friday to Llk Ilapids accompanied by Mrs A. K. Icman. Miss Ivah Dingmin, of Newark, went to Vpsilanti last Friday to visit her sister. Mrs. C. L Kellogg. Mrs. M.J. Miller, for several days the gur st of John Harnes. left Tues day for her home in Hillsdale. Mrs. J. Kashenider and Mrs. John otto were in A-hley last Saturday spending the day with friends. Mrs. .1. H. Adams, of Frost, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. F. Flke. returned home yesterday. Mrs. L. H. Crindell went to Manis tl'jue, Tuesday to spend a month with her daughter. Mrs. Ilansclman F. L. Merrell, wife and son, who have been visiting W. Tlnley, returned to their home in Howell last Satur day. J. Lee Potts went to Hay View Monday from which place he expects to return with his family next Monday. Mrs. .1. A. Goodrich, for three weeks a gu-st of her sister, Mrs. Shoecraft, left last Friday for her home In Nor ton. Mis Flla Marvin returned to her school in Chicago Friday last after spending her summer vacation at home. A. . Itean, of la, w ill have an auc tion sale of live stock, firm Imple ments, and carpenter tools Tuesday, S eptember !. Miss May Hackett, of Mt. P.easant, who has been the guest of Miss Laura flardhau for ten days, returned home 1 ist Saturday. Mrs. James Davis, who has been for a week the guest of C M. Limpman and family, returned Monday to her home In Saginaw. Mrs. Henry H.-ebv and daughter, who have been visiting in Ithaca and vicinity, returned to their home in Holding lat Saturday. M:ss Mary Peet and sister, Mrs. Ida MulTley, both of Lafayette, went to Kalamuo last Friday to visit an uncle for two months. Mhy Pcrnlce McKce left Mondiy for Niagara Falls, PulTalo and various points In Western New York on a six weeks' visit V) rc'atlves Mhs Edm Jewell, of Mc. Pleasant,' who has been spsndlntf the past moTitta with relatives In Ithaca and Newark, returned home .Monday. ELM HALL F tiience Ilobblns sp;nt Sunday In Alma. Mrs. Del Sly is recovering from ton sllitis, The normal c'a.s as j ostponed for one wei k. Nellie Stoughton returned to her duties at Duluth Monday. Al Lavoy Is building an abutment, to the bridge west of town. Howard Moss, of Detroit, is spend ing a wick with old Ineuds. Mrs and Mrs. .folly Hare, of Ferris, spent Sunday at T. J. Hlalr's. VV. 11 Pratt attended the ta-nlval at St. Loui one day last week. Alberta Priest, of Morlcy, is visit ing her couln, Nellie Harding. Kthel Sanders and Chas. C ton rod went to Toledo on the excursion Sun day. T. J. Illalr is building a new fence around tils h-t eat of the Masonic Hall. Mrs. W. II. Pratt is entertaining her sister, Mrs. J. H Jinks, of t; rt en Nil e. Mr. Jicph and family are in attenrj ance at the Advent camp meeting at Alma. Mrs. Warner Lott's son, Mar.shalJ Feu ton. i i.ome from the Pniltp pines. lie v. Alfred Adam.s. formerly c f Wheeler, is vjsuhjg hi brother, Mark Adam.s. Mr. Paid win has moved from J. 11. Shaffer's building on bumncr street t Kdmore. Mrs. Cnas. Prouks spent Saturday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Salter, of Alma. Herbert McK'echnie returnedto Pig Itapids Monday. 1. C. Conner expect to go Tueslay. Glen Croton, Merle Nuun, Sandall, Chas. Nunnand Mabel Croton s;ent Saturday at the caruiva'. Clyde P. Adams and family, of II ar yard. Kent county, are being enter tained by their uncle, Mark Adams. Ilev. C. H. Harding and wife expect to entertain Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Priest, of Morlcy, Mondiy and Tues day. T. J. Hlalr entertained two old echool mates one day last week, Mr. .Vc Cielland and Mr. Pro ;ks of Port land. Mrs. Chas. McCollumand Miss Nel lie Moughtoa sptmt Saturday io Aim i, as did Mrs. Frank Clapper and Mrs. Mctulstou. Mrs. K. M. Falrchilds and daughter, Goldie, left for Pelding recent'y, where where they expect to obtain work in the silk mills. Mrs. McOuisto-i, formerly Pris'ol, and daughter, Sarah, of Pitts-J JVJ erto Slavery It Is present-day conditions heaping burdens of work upon the nervous system that tells the story premature breaking up of health. It tells why so many men and women, who so far as ape is concerned, should bo In the pri me of health, find themselves leting go of the strength, the power, the vitality they one possessed. It is because that great motor power of the body, nerro force, is Impaired. Neither will the heart, the train, the lirer, the kidneys, the stomach act right without their proper nerve force supply. Let any organ bo lacking in this essential and troubles be ginsome of them are: Throbbing, pa!pittiu LcAit. Sleepiest nights. Sudtien tUrtint;. Morning languor. Ilrain fag. Inability to work or think. I ihaustion on eieruoa. Flagging appetite. Ingestion a.ow. Fool heavy. F.asily eiritrd, nervous, irritable. Strength failv Iri( I fie ij and tnurular power. Settled meUncholia. The above Is the genuine package of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Mils, are sold by dealers or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicloe Company, UufTalo, N, Y. FOREST HILL. Mr. Kedy, of Mt. Pleasant, vi-ited Lilah ! here Mood.iv. Mr. Maynard spmt at wek in (irand Iltpids. Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd spent Mon day in Ovvosmi. Terry Miller, of Jackson, visiting old friends here. Ilev. I -miiur, wife and mother arc visiting in Imlay City. Mr. atid Mr. John Perry have gone to Titlin. Ohio for a visit. Mr. Morgan entertained a nephew from Pear Like last week. Mrs. Nettie Paldwm, of Chicago, i visiting her parents at this phice. The Minday Set. ool.s from here went to the picnic at Fox's grove Tue-day. Mrs. Junstn and son, Ilirvev. of Coopeisvilie. visited reUtlves here last week. Mrs K la Pit, went to Ann Arb.r last Sund ly for a two weeks' visit with Delia i relatives. According to the thr.sher'.s meas- burg, Pennsylvania are visiting her , ure ,: 1 Lake's wheat went sixty busb- slster, Mrs. Frank Clapper. , els t,J t,ie acre- Mrs. Pn.oks' sister, I va Salter, ex-! 1V;irl Lan1m went In her pect" to leave for Jacksonville, Fa r-! h,,riu' ri(Mr Ml- iMeant, Friday, and ida, Wednesday, where she has ob- to Canada, in company with her talned a position as primary teacher, j niother, on Monday to spend several School began Monday with an enroll- weeks, merit of tweuty-eignt In h liitfh ' -M;ss 111 r"ice Creascr returned st school and thirty-three In the primary. Saturday t o her home in Sunticld. Ira Petersen aud Addle Paylev are at tle was a"up mied ny Mls L-nna the helm J " L'arntield, who will spend a few days Will Hlldreth and wife, of Detroit, there and then go to Mielby to visit and Chas. Hlldreth and wife, of near . 1r- aruJ M s- ,n- Flwell, pent Sunday with their j brother, James Hlldreth, of Flm Hall i Sunday was the tirst time the three' Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gross ;irc the HAMILTON b ys had nut In tweuty-tive years. boy, happy parent,- of a ten pound ' born August -0. I Mrs. Fmma Tarr, of Firewood, Is Mrs. Chas. Kernen, of Ithaca, is '"h-., .mi ao.u io oe visaing at F. Ware's. U1 MlssKlii LQwrey vi-ited her sis- i Sc,1,K'1 '"nimenced September 1 in u.r Tto. in st. T nois Tioiri. I fractlon-il district No. 4, Hamilton dav. SOUTH WHEELER. Chas. Kernen, of Ithaca, Mrs. p. s. Voury entertained her mother and brother from Maou last week Ml?s lUttie Myers, who hn been visiting relatives In Alma, returned home Friday. (uite a number from this place at tended the street fair and carnival at St L tuis last we k. A Boy's Wild KidoForLifo and Lafavette. Mls Mable Welsh will tea:h her second term. Mr. and Mrs P. II. Sisson, of Fdge , woo. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Seneca Cole have rcuined from a two weeks' visit and recreation atCrstal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wonders, of ' F.dg"wood. are entertaining Mrs. W's parents from Sandusky county, Ohio, .who re lure with a v cv to buying a i farm near the home of their daughter. I Mr. t.d Mrs. Asa Stratton, of Plull- S- E EMERSON. L. W. Fidler I on the s c! list. Clare Smith is very low with ty phop fever, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stacy spent Sunday in Toledo. George Newton is dangerously 111 w ith spinal meningitis. Ml-s Klva Vernon is enttrtalnltg Miss IVarl Knight, of Ithaca, this week. School has commenced in district No o. wlib Miss Pena Coleman n teacher. F. II. Hunter and wile, who hae been visit rig P. CVchran, of Looml-i ret urned home Friday. Jos ph SherrL'k and wife and David Sowers and wife are atttndir.g meet ing at Peaverton this week. M .ss Klva Simmons, who has been visiting relatives In Ohio for the past two weeks, returned home Sunday. Tnere was a pleas int surprise party given in honor of Poseoe Sanders Fri day t vening and al'. report a good tune. MSB m. m m Bk Thouurcthatuurcs Coughs, Cotdo, Grippe, Whooping Cough, Asthma Bronchitis and Incipient Consumption Is W- PINE RIVER. L. Paker lost a valuable hojse re cently. Perry Adams has ;i tine new car riage. Mr aud Mrs. F. Steel are rejojeirg over a lit t le daughter. Mr. mid Mrs. Cieorge Weeks are ti e hap;y parents of a baby girl. C. Wool and family are attcndn.g V" camp meeting near Alma. Nearly ail of the people from here attended the carnival at St. Louis. The Wright scho d house looks much better with a new storm do .r and new roof. The highway connnlssio ier remod eled the bridge east of the Wright school house. School commerced Monday In dis trict No. I with Mhs Smith, of St. Louis, as teacher. Mrs M. Vaih of D. Pieasmt. spent Friday and Saturday with friends here while on her way to me Advent st camp meeting. S A Certain CtirH for Dysentery and Uotrrnoea "Soin years ago I wis one of a party that inttti'led making a lon bicycle trip," says I'. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford county, la. "I was taken suddenly with Oiarho-a, and was about to givt up the trip, when editor Ward, of the Ltcyville Messenger, suggested that I take a doe of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrho-i Remedy. 1 purchased a bott.e took two doses one l for..- start i n g and one on the mute. I ma leth- trip successful nnd never !elt it; ll c-if "ci g ii n last su ;n?:i--r I wis alniosi roui'.'te v run down villi an a'.tai'x of dys-iiter . I bought a Imlt e ot same iei:ieily and this t'irie one lose cur-d me " Sold by Mivin .V Rhodes. lrugists. i'o-'t ry may bring rt turn is incIoM? 1 with it. df a stamp REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS as Furnished by Register A. H. Lowry It-s.' Arm '...'t toll. '. Mruhle !.t u'l I.Ik Alma $ ' .Ui'oli llolrn s ti Martha ll.hii s ne'j of ne'i sc.- i tie River -' Susan HiiiiUUnir to II. U. Miriran sv 4 t of sw'i set.- II eville !. It. AMhiU to lien ry Wtilte A w of nw'4 -J .Seville 1'. T. liratler to llt iiry llotTrnan ' of I e'4 ti .ew Haven 40i 4" H.-rt W.mmJ ward to II. M. . j r lot 44 W oo1 waol's add Aim. a T. M. Wilson to F.ddle ". A U In n-'i of 11 w '4 see 'Ji .New haven Kd W. (iallop to A. Hi Uerson ptlot.l t!U h iiahiilst-r .I. ss.'M. Hurton to lsaa- I'ralk'U land In Itt-thany t'lsoa A. t'randi-ll to A. U. It -am n'f of n'ojfv'i vc .11 N'ortli Star I. 'tin K. TteiTLpsoii to Mary Kl'en Tur hit land In .Sort Ii Shade MO" W. It Kllsworth to W. M. W. thirt.. !- Aw w of 11 ' s-e tl Ne warU Tiieron Hut i r to I.. lie!don n: lots :i and 4. tlk iJ. SumtuT I'eter l.t loii.lli to TtieHlor- M. Wii "l M-'i of se'4 v'i- New Haven A Iit aii to II. .1 Vermt iiU n 1 ts and s 01 U 7 Alma F.d.li- AUin to l. Mlll. r Aw n.- of e '.nlw'iot ro-1 see "Jn New Haven Alva 1. It'-am to M .l.t'askieAw nnf n't ot ,-'4 s-e i, ortii Mar :iT(Xi Jim sue 1 1 ' i !, is .1 , ... ( O, 1. . ............... I.., A While family around expecting him i ..un..,.,.. ..y coK....u- to die, and a son riding for life, rs miles ' daughters. Misses (Jraceand Kdlth to get Dr. King's New Discovery for j M tter, have returned home after a Consumption. Ooughs and Colds, W II. j v,.ry pioisant i-it wi'li r latives in T) n( f ..,.;n. t.l ...1....l death's agonies from asthma, but this " '. Lafajette and Asl.lev. wonderful medicine gave instant relief j L' Pe.irce, of Lflgew-n d, ljas sue and soon cured him. He writes: 'Ijcfeded in rem ivlr g the house he re now sleep i-oundly every night " Like cufl, jy purcMa-ed onto the site where marvelou? cures of Consumt)tton, Pneu-. . 1 1 . v . a . a it monia, Bronchitis. Coughs, Colds aud ,,ls Mo,JsC ich burned stu.d. He Is Grip prove its matchless merit for all j m ikin-T s .me needed repairs, after Throat and Lung troub'es. Guaranteed ! which tMey will again be in their own ootties 503 ana f 1 00 1 rial ootties tree i.,m (. I Tie Lidhs' A 'd Society of the M. j K. chuicti of Sickvls met at the home of their pastor. Iiev. N. W. West-n, 1 of Ashley, August where a plcnls j dim er w as servtd. As it Is nearlng I c.nference time It my have been a ! f ir we'.i vi-lt as ti e pastor's health is ! n t good a'.d he may not return for the coming year. He will find a true I r lcome, 1 1 'Utfh, If he is able to come back, as he has given general satisfac tion In hi" work at Sickels. M's, Tie . Lamb and two children, of Charlotte, who have been visiting her pirtnts, Mr. and Mrs. NlchoUs Waggoner, and other rc'atlves here for the pa t four weeks, returned home last. Friday. On the sime da? Mr. and Mrs Wawg nrr went to Mus kegon Height f r a short visit with a sister f Mrs. W', after which they itlll ifn v:i.il),e ftrixn rmirifv tn visit relatives am enj y at Sharrar & Mulholland's 'rug store. DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY -Backache CURE All dlseasfti of Kidneys, Bladder. Urinary Organs. A l Rheumatism, Back ache.HeartDlseaM.GraTtl, Dropsy, Female Troubles. Don't become discouraged. There Is a cure for you. Jf tucessary write 1 r. l enner. IIm has (m nt a life time curln Jo! sucli cases u4 yours. All eon-iiltat l"tn Free. "Hr. Fenr.rr's Kidney and llaeknrhe Turfl 1-4 1 rau-e of my tt Ini alive to-d.tv. I had sufTer d tfreatly of kidney INease for years nnd r'dm-e In weight to 1JU pound'. I now welifh K't iuril. . W.ll. Met. t'OIN. Olive rurtl,0.,,, Driorlsu. f . Ak for'wk hook-Free. CT VITIK'nAlirC ' irruUr. ir visit reiatnes am enjoy ipk o 0 1 V 1 1 Uo UMllUL Kenner, Fredonia N.v Dcaclies. where It Is said there Is t Tor sale by DIVINs l MiODKi, druf git very lare crop. Iiora K.'-'li-ston to .1. II. Huttolpd Aw jt lie'i see .; I'ulton Tl.os. M. ilratc'rr to S. M. Ainidown land in Alrna Tics. M.(;ranf-r to s. M. Ami town land in Arv.tda l'-'ini Cora M. lla(.l.fook to Henry Hull lot III Aslii.y 4'M ii-o. . 'I 'Immpsoii to T. 11. F.ldn-d land in le- l( r tTo M. .1 Howard to Mary I'.. Fuller land in Ashley I'-". .lafii'-s lart to sent-ea M. t'urtls land in Wlieeler.. s'n ci ;i M. I'm tis to J;iv I'arti-' larel in Uli-el.T UOo KiMitivn liiiul1 to.l.n'oli V. Kindle s;, of nw 'i stt.' "I Hamilton '.mi W'm. Wricl.t to H.-.fii M. .lolls land in .Sort Ii shad'' sOu (o'o V. Kmnioiis f o ( ra I i rry. 1 1 . ' of n '4 '' - Hatuilton ;c, has. K. Havsley toC. I.. M. Flank land In W ashliu'toii Water Cure tor Chronic Con stipation. Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each meal ami jut before going to bed also a drink of w ate hot or eoid atiout two hours after each meal. Take lots of outdoor exercise walk, ride, drive Make a regular habit of this and in many cases chronic consti pation may be cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative is re quired take something mild and gentle like Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Bivins & Rhodes. It tak- s the average nun a lifetime to eo re t bis bad grammar. Doctors could not help her "I had kidney trouble for Tar, ' writes Mrs Kaymoud'O mner of Shelton. V ash., and ill doctor eoall not help me. I trind Fo'ejr's Ktdney Care, an ' th v ry first o js- uav m reli-f Hud I am now cnied. I cannot say too mach for Foley's Kidney Cure. Stiartarit MulholUnd. I t's an e iy ma' ter to get ji to the habit of me ting tr mole ha f w iy l'o'ey's Honey and Tar is peculiarly adapted for chronic throat troubles and willpositively cure bronchitis, hotrse nes and all bronchial diseases Refuse substitutes. Sharrar S: MulholJaud. Tuere 's little hop p.r man who under est'iutes hi- "wn ability. FEET SWOLLEN 0 IMMENSE SIZE "I had Widely f"o-.l o (!," nays J.J. Cox of Valley Ww, Ky.. "that I coold n- t work, my f t vr-re oUn to trnniens' nnd I c n fiin ri to my b"d r'"1 phi ms" " n nable to gir me any rlt-f. My rl n-t..r finally pre-cribr-i Koiev Ki ':v Cure which made wd! man of ue " Sharrar fc Molholiund. An ep tap on a nun's tombstone never Indicates tha he w;is a bore. Keop Your Faco Clean. j our complexionclear.vour breathsweet, your hell I level. l)r Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will do this. It cures Constipa tion, Sick Headache and Indigestion and is a perfect hixative. Sold by Shatrar & MulhoUand. "Nowyood digestion waits on appe tite, and health on both If it doesn't, try lhirdoek Uht d Hitters. Marriage Licenses Herber' ) Wvio-. M1 in !!!'. Kniiin Hyde, - . llire.rd ibv Hcpry Kioi o1v. :;o. si. Loui'i ranni" M ron j. F. smo'. W. V. 'aridTlw.p. I'me Kivr: Cora Shong, evllle. Mandu Holm, JI, North Shade; Emma Yoticket. 1-, North Shade. Irvin K. (1 ice, 21. New Haven: Cora E. Tanner, "Ji, same. Claud IJ-attie. Ithaca: Maud Smith, 1. Ashley. 4 S A Parson's Noblo Act. "I want all the world to know,' w rio s Rev C.J Hudong. of Ashaway, R I., "'what a thoroughly good and reliabu medicine I found tn Klectric Hitters They cured me of jaundice ami liver troubles that had caused me great suf. feting for many years For a genuin-. all around cure they excel anything. I ever saw " Klectric Hitters are the sur prise of all for their wonderful work in Liver, Kidiey and Stotinch troubles Don't fail to try them. Onlv 50 ots Satisfaction is guarranteed by Jiharrr & Mulholland. k) where Ii Ii hot ill the year round ;f Scott's Emulsion1 sells better than any wnerceuc In the world. Sd don't stop taking U In summer, c you will lose what you have gained. e-l lor 1 lYe? cmpt. SCOTT & IiOW Ni;, Chemitt, 409-4 m Tcarl Street. New York, sue. n d li on- stt dnnruit. y usrr Dun"' try t i drive one bridh hore with Census Enumor.vor Clawson. who is l-o editor of "The Herald'' at Howe. Ttid Ty,, write-: To vMiom It May .ncern: I was a sufferer from stomach trouble until I was induced to try a bottle of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pep-itt at:d I want to sy that in my opinion it has no erjual as a stomach remedy I Lad tried many different remedies but none with the happv results of Dr. Caldwtll's Syrup Pepsin. C. A Ct.ws(.v. Howe, It d. Ter. Sold by Sharrar iV Mu'holland's. Alacrity is the thing with which an amateur responds to an encore. A C.inmunlcatlon, Mk Hiutor- Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 1 suffered for three years with the bronchitis and cou'd not sleep at trhts I tried several doctors and vrious patent medicines, but (oulo get nothing to give me any rel'ef ntil my wife got a b ittle of th's vi'uable med icine, which his completely relieved nie V. S. lirockmau. I'igneU. Mo. TIris remedy n for 'e y Hivins .N: Rhodes, ilruggists. I n this world a nun must either !o anvil or hammer. Longfel'oA. Josh Westhaft r. of Loogo-itee, In 1 is a pjor tnan, but he ss he would nm lie without Chntnt)erlnin's 1'ain Halm if it co-t five dollar a b ttU, for it saved him from heit g a ct t r pi. No cx'ernal apnliration iepia1 to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints; contracted mus cles stiff neck, sprains ami rheumatic and mnruhr pains. It has also cure 1 nunirrou caes of pittial piratysis. It is for sale by Bivins &. Rhodes. Money ann pxr rehtlon are the two roots of some evlis Nored 'i feir udden attacks t cholera Infantum, dysentery, diarr hoen, summer complaint of any Mirt If you have t) Fowler's Extracr of Wild Strawberry n the medicine chest.