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HOW OLD ARE YOU BY
You may be 30 in years, but if you
are baldheaded or grey, people will
surely take you to be many years older.
Dandruff is the root of all hair evils.
If it were not for the little destructive
germs working with a persistency
worthy of a better cause there would
be no baldness.
PARISIAN Sage, American's great
est hair restorer, will keep you looking
young and attractive.
It is guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts
& Son to make hair grow and stop fall
ing hair; to cure dandrufl in two
weeks; to stop itching of th? scalp
PARISIAN Sage is the most invig
orating, satisfying, and pleasant hair
dressing made; it makes the hair soft,
luxuriant and handsome; it is especially
praised by women who love beautiful
hair. 50 cents a bottle.
Colorado Women Ahead Of Kentucky
Women In Politics Only.
Mrs Helen Ring Robinson and Mrs.
Frances S. Lee, the two lone women in
the Colorado Legislature, intend to
wage an active fight for progressive
legislation during the present session
of the Legislature. They are backed
up by the women of the State. Her
are somr of the things they are fight
A mother's pension.
Women inspectors in factories.
Law requiting health certificate to
secure marriage license.
Mrs. Robinson has for some years
been identified with the progressive
movement in Colorado. Two years
ago she gained a reputation that ex
tended beyond the borders of her
State by the part she took in the fight
for a pure water supply in Denver.
She is a Denver lawyer and newspaper
Mrs. Robinson is a member of the
State Senate, Mrs. Lee is a member
of the House of Representatives.
Thus Colorado women are represented
in both branches of the Legislature.
Where there's catarrh there's thou
sands of catarrh germs. You can't get
rid of catarrh unless you kill these
You can't kill them with stomach
medicine or sprays because they can't
get where germs are.
You cae kill these germs with
Booth's HYOMEI, a penetrating, anti
septic, balsamic air that you breathe a
few times a day directly over the raw,
sore, germ infested membrane. It does
not contain morphine or any habit
For catarrh, croup, coughs, and
colds. HYOMEI is sold on money back .
plan by R. E. McRoberts & Son.
Complete outfit, $1.00. Extra bottles
of Booth's HYOMEI if afterwards
needed, only 50 cents. Just breathe
it no stomach dosing.
CoBmittee 'Election On Saturday. Little
Interest And No Contest In The
County. Committee Fails To
Meet And Elect Chairman.
Last Saturday was the appointed
time for the election of precinct Com
mitteemen. The oldest democrats do
not remember a time when so little in
terest was taken here in the making of
the party organization. There was no
meeting held and no election in East
Bryantsville precinct, and in several
others only two or three democrats
were present. The lack of interest is
attributed to the fact that the new
compulsory primay law largely relieves
the committee of its authority over
elections and destroys its power.
Another reason assigned for the lack
of interest is the harmony that exists
in the party, there being no frictions
now striving for supremacy in the or
ganization. So little interest has been taken that
the duly elected committee failed, as
required by the rules of the party, to
meet'on last Monday and select a chair
man. The committee will probably
meet at an early date by mutual con
sent and "nominate a chairman. The
following democrats were elected as
the committee: Court House, Loyd
Bourne, re-elected, East Park. W. H.
Brown, re-elected. West Park, James
Clark, Jr. West Bryantsville, Clarence
Rubles. Buckeye J. O.JBogie, Walkers
School House, Joe Ross, re-elected,
Union, Ebb Scott, Paint Lick, E. L.
How Any Woman Can Cure
Most stomach remedies are make
shiftsthey give relief but afterward
the stomach is just as weak, just as un
able to digest the food as it was before.
Women especially should not depend
on relievers only. MI-O-NA Stomach
Tablets not only give prompt relief but
they put strength and elasticity into
the stomach walls and cause the diges
tive juices to act naturally.
They do more; they force the diges
tive organs to supply the blood with
pure nourishment which is carried to
the muscles, nerves, brain and skin.
Result: healthy muscles, strong nerves,
clear heads and clean skin. R. E. Mc
Roberts & Son guarantees MI-O-NA
Stomach Tablets 50 cents.
Mrs. Robert T. Bruce has had as her
guest Mrs. W: L. Hockaday of Rich
Mrs. M. S. Baughman who has been
quite sick at her home near town is
very much improved.
Miss Sallie Elkin came over last week
and organized a class in china painting
She will have rooms at Mrs. T. W. Pen
nington's while here.
Friends and acquaintance will learn
with pleasure that Mr. Bowen Goode
who has been critically ill of blood
poisoning is improving steadily.
Mr. Robert Nave, whose home was
at Braxton, Mercer county, died at
Rochester Minn., where he had gone
for an operation. His body was
brought to Danville, where it was hur
ried on Tuesday afternoon. The de
ceased was a brother of Mrs S, L.
Burdett of this place.
An unusual crowd came to town Sat
urday, the attraction being the election
of County Committeemen. The new
Committee met Monday and selected
Mr. Walter O. Walker, formerly of
your County, their Chairman, and Mr.
R. M. Newland, Secretary. While a
great deal of interest was manifested
there seems to be no hard feeling.
Mr. Penny has made a splendid Chair
man and his many friends are sorry to
see him retire, but are ready to fall in
with the new Committee and give them
the benefit of their experience.
The "Tobacco Show", conducted by
Mr. R. M. Newland, scheduled to be
decided last Monday, County Court day.
could not be finally decided until
Saturday, because of Mr. A. W. King,
of Danvilie, who was to act as judge
was unable to be present on Monday.
Mr. King came over Saturday and out
of the exceedingly good lot of tobacco
on display selected as the three best
xhibits those sent by the following
gentlemen. Glass and Mullins, of
Bryantsville, first prize, $15. in gold.
Mr. J. L. Grubbs, of Hustonsville,
second prize, $7.50, in gold. Mr. R. H.
Bronaugh, of Crab Orchard, third prize,
$2.50. The growers took a great deal
of interest in the display and showed
their apprrciation of Mr. Newlands
efforts on their behalf by taking part
in the show
A bevy of charming Old Maids at
the Court House, Tuesday night. Come
ye Bachelors and Widowers and get
spliced for the small sum of 25, 35 and
Old Maids Club Tuesday night popu
lar prices 25, 35, and 50cts.
The Pecos (Tex.) Record-Times
gives the following account of a mem
orial service hold to the memory of the
late Judge John Y. Lcnvell, Dy thepul
lic schools of the city. Judge Leavcll
was county judge of Reeves county, of
which Pecos is the county seat, and
was a strong exponent of the cause of
"Services in memory of Judge Jno.
Y. Leavell were held in the auditorium
of the public school, Monday morning.
The address for the services was given
by Rev. Hedgpcth. He talked to the
children with such simplicity and
tenderness as to give even the small
est child a wholesome conception of
death. He compared life to school and
death to graduation, telling them that
because Judge Leavell had done his
work well God allowed him to graduate.
He explained that the best memorial
to those we love is for us to live as
they would have us live. So each child
should, as Mr. Leavell did, do his work
well, and think unselfishly of others.
Miss Pruett rendered a beautiful
and apprapriate solo.
Then a motion to adopt resolutions
of love and respect for Judge Leavell
was made and unanimously carried.
The undersigned hereby give warn
ing to all persons not to transpass upon
our lands for any purpose whatever as
we will prosecute all offenders to ful
lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and
Fishermen especially take notice.
Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons
W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price
E F Herring W A Price
W S Embry S L Rich
Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin
Dave Thompson J W Sweeney
Z T Rice Jas Sutton
Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels
D B Anderson H C Arnold
W G Anderson, H C Hamilton,
L H Brown G Y Conn
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J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co.
Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett
C G Gay W K Leavell
E Dunn John Boian
E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath
Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan
J. W. Simpson T. M. Arnold, Jr.
J. H. Posey. S. C. Henderson.
B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw.
. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton.
When the trains pulls in and you grab
And the hackman's there with his
frayed out whip,
And you call on your man and try to be
And all you get is "nothing doing
Then you're a salesman,
By gad, you're a salesman.
When you go into town and call on a
"Cant talk to you Bill, dont know when
You size up his looks, make a rough
Then presently he says "I feel down
Then you know he's a town man,
By gad, he's a town man.
But as you travel along an everything's
And you dont have to get up and get a
When you talk, and you smile and the
world looks bright,
And you dont have to order beefsteak
every blamed night.
Then your're a country man.
By gad, you're a country man.
Cost of Foundation.
It costs more to procure the founda
tion stock of iure-bred animals, but
it costs no more after that to raise
A pile of coal ashes and salt will
keep the hogs close to any spot where
Every farmer should hare a small
wheel seeder and a small wheel gar
After a day's work clean the work
horses thoroughly, wash their legs
from the knees down and rub dry.
Raise horses for big money, cattle
for sure money and hogs for quick
money. Is an old saying, and a good
A year ago there was more stock
than there was feed. Now there Is
feed for more stock than can be
In building a wire fence for hogs
put one barbed wire at the bottom
and the worst rooter In the pasture
won't root out.
Don't be afraid to apply air-slaked
lime to the cabbages with a blow gun.
It will destroy the worms on the head
of the cabbage.
Red raspberries do not JhrtTe tn the
west as well as we could wish. They
Beem to like a molster, cooler climate
better. They are also more likely to
winter-kill in the west than the black
The best care for a well-developed
case of roup is the ax. Better lose
the Individual bird than endanger the
entire flock. If we nip the slight colds
in the bud, we need not fear the ap
pearance of roup.
The dairyman may have plenty of
chorea to do, but he is getting an In
come every day in the year. He isn't
like the exclusive grain raiser, a mil
lionaire three months in the year and
a pauper the rest of the time.
Although summer will soon be over
there still remain SO days In which
summer heat will at times prevail.
While this weather continues remem
ber that the hotter the water the
cleaner the milk talng can be kept
The Cowloj Hatiilist
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