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Levy Leneur and wife, of Caldwell
county, visited relatives here
The fish fry at Fish trap Wednesday
was well attended and very much
cpjoyed by all present.
Willie Tudor and wife, of Shady
Grove, were guests of Milt Bibb's
Uncle Leo Murrow died .Thursday
and was buried at Blackford Satur
The Misses Dean of Iron Hill, are
guests of Herbert Lamb and wif
Kelly Babb has been very sick,
but is ablo to be up again.
Sunday school at Enon every Sunday
morning at!) o'clock.
Mrs. Gertie Bais and daughter
and Mr. Bais' sisters are visiting at
Billy Little's this week,
Delmer Babb made a flying trip
to Thursday evening.
Drying fruit and making cider is
our principal industry at present.
if if ati ill
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The lfctle child of Frank Farley
is very sick.
Mrs. Kate Hammond visited her
mother, Mrs. T. J. Lear, last week.
Hcv. Robert Johnson spent Saturday
visiting friends in the country.
Tracy Harris, who has been very
,ill, is a tittle better.
Loonic McGrew has returned to
his home near Hampton.
Mrs. Burnett Moore and her little
daughter, Uorsne, of Tolu, were the
guests of Mrs. Joso Hammond last
Joe More and Kveridge Stone arc
Afraid of. Ghosts
' Many people arc afraid of gliosis. Pew people
are afrsnti of fterms. Yet the ghost is a fanoy and
'the form is a fact. If the'germ could bevnagoified
to a size equal to its terrors itvvrould appear more
terrible than any dragon. Geums
can't be avoided. They wo in, the air we breathe,
Tke germ can drily prosper when the condition
of Ike system gives it froeVcoope to estaDlish itself
and develop. When 'there is a deficiency of
vital force, languor, reoHcssnoss, a sallow cheek,
a Hollow eye. 'when the appetite 'is poor and the
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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TMX OIKTAUa SOMPANT. ( TO CITY.
baling hay for Charles Taylor ill
Miss Mablc Davidson visited Mis-
Fanccs Hoover last week,
J. Stone and family wer ru i
of friends in Livingston juu w
Mrs. Sallie Millicau will !cac i:.
a fow days for her homo in St Louis
This is hor first visit sinue aiu: 111 i
here 17 cars ago.
Dr. Black's No Cantatna Polaan
Remedy tor all
of the Eyes.
whether a cam Water
ol common ted
are pvm of
only a feiv dayi. ot a uie of granulated lids of
twenty yean standing.
For acute conjunctmtii (common redjore eyes)
no remedy in the world equal Dr. Btack'M
Eye Water. The most aggravated cae are
often cured in thirty, tiz hours by this celebrated
remedy. It can be used wj.
with safety lot sore eyes rTlWV hJv
tn people, horses and dogs.
J. R. BLACK MEDICINE CO.. Kennett. Mo.
A IKTTFJH PaOM ONK OP OU CDBT0MES
TO A KalBNO,f
Dr Sir Rplnni I" your lor of the 4th , tort., brt
S3 tar the J. R. Dlsck Medicine Co. u thoroughlr rtKtble
ad reiponille and tKeJt Dr. DU I Erf Wslef Jb roojl
neH a tpeciBefer sore eres of any lemedr I erer UocDed.
You need not hoiute to recommend it. I sold nrjy two
itom ! kuoo and did not hve lo rehud on a angle
a refund, do so. and they will protect you. Youri t,
CANEER DRUG STORE.
Evorage Staao and Jim Herrin
passed through here Sunday.
Byron White returned home from
Mt. Vernon, lnd., last week, where
mere he had been at work.
The campmeeting will soon be
here and everybody is making preparations
Mrs. Susio Belmear vrtted her
sister, Mrs. Lena White one day
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njsmiusi inc germ. I OB CSSI I lisH
fortify the body against all germs by the. use of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Drseovcry. It Inereaaes the vital aowerj cleanses ehe
system of clogrfing irapuriaies.'onriches the blood, puts he stem
ash and ergantfbf digestionUnd hutritidn in working condition, s'o
that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which' to breed.
"Golden Medical Disco very 'contains no atcohel, whisky or
habjt!6rmiag drugs. AJ1 its ingredients printed on it outside,
wrapper., It iv npj; a eearcr nostrum tut a mediciae op, known'
ooiieoiiTlONirjr.d iiutU si record of 10 year of cures. Accept o '
substitute riwie iJynothing jnst as foad."jAsk yo"ur neighbors.
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twi v ut lii'i'nUii I'Vl'ia.' iii.'ht
(i...in i'-hi iii Sulli itior
h t v t iii-iii 'ii tlii'ir tup in Mo.,
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To have a warm poultry house
two things are essential waterproof
roofing and weather-proof
and fire-resisting. The wool
fibre from which it is made is
so treated that it will last as
long as the house itself. It
cannot leak, nor can the wind
blow through. It is specially
adapted for the roofs and
sides of poultry houses.
Any mm can lay it ; all rtUUe
dealers hindle it One sure way of
ttJliniy REX Flintkote Roofine is by
the boy trade-mark that appears on
every rolL Never buy any without it.
J. N. BOSTO I
PINY CREEK. :
Hhv. .1. T. H 11 pr.Mchrd here
Thsie is crowd at The
"tynui;,' nuietly an-i ji!tMai:h pissing
off (he tiiii1.
Mrs. .''(.rah F-x is vvry -k.
Hcv. J. W. Vauirhn hai cen called
as pastor of tlm ulinrrh here for
Kverybidy and his giandma are
goinc to thf (.nnipnieetiiig next
Miss Anne Crayon, of 1'riuceltin,
is visiti c relative in this part.
A. Woodall, one of th oldest citizens,
is in very feebie health.
James Bnn i- doing some work
in Princeton week.
No Sunday echool here nexx Sunday.
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Aunt Tilda Corlcy is on the sick
Willie Alextuder is ablo to bo up
and riding around,
, Mrs. S.trh Fox is very low with
Mr. and Mrs Harvoy Paris is in
on a visit from Missouri.
Oscar Thnmason and family visited
Faed (Jr.tyn tud family Sunday.
Mrs. ISoulier aud son Herman
7isit'cd Mr. Wooldridge and family
Mrs. Leih UnitTy and children loft
Friday fur rticir homo in Washing-ton,
6orry to see them go.
Misws Myrtle Blaokburn and
yille Thotuasan visited at Flat lock
Friday and Saturday.
Miss Ktta Cridcr visited Miss
Kssio Alexander Sunday.
The peoplo are all getting ready
lor tin1 campinccting.
Klvis and Ozier Andrews have
gone to Princeton after cainpmccting
goods for their father. J, M. An-drew.
Mr., Taylor Guess, of Tolu, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas Alex Hill.
Mrs; Fannie Baird and children,
of Union county, are visiting in this
Bob Klkius, the hay baling man,
U in our precinct with his baler.
Jainos Alex Hill is giving the
road leading by his house a thorough
working. Why not do likewise?
0. V). Danici was round to sec his
relatives in this precinct Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler visited
relatives in Marion Sunday,
H. S. Hill and wife were gucBts
of Robert Elkins and family Sunday.
Our fall school will Begin Aug lt
with Miss Willie Clement as toachcr.
Miss Francy Adams has returned
home from a two weeks' visit at the
home of Hcnrv Wheeler's.
Miss Ada Hughes and her cousin,
of I'coria, Kansas, arc at home on a
visit. Miss Ada has bcon absent for
nmre than two years, her occupation
tjcini; dress making.
Lee Philpot, of Wilon county,
Teun., was here last week to see Mr.
1 M. Ward.
Born to the wife of Marshall Nunn,
July li'.l, a very fine baby boy.
J. M. Walker and son. Milton,
made a business tiip to Blackford
E. F. Bean and nieces, Ruby
Dean and Carrie Morse, attended
ohvrch at Knon Sunday.
Acie Walker, who has been ill, is
up again and Ben Drcnnan is improving.
Sugar Grove Sunday school had a
picnic and fish fry at Pincy Wednesday.
The peoplo of ihat community
joined with the picnickers, making
about 200 who ate dinner, with an
abundance for all.
Mrs. George Kemp visited relatives
Bosa Walker and Tilda Curry attended
an icecream supper near Cavo
Springe Saturday, night..
Little Velma and Lucy Dean visited
relatives at Piney last week.
Wo liked the editor's selection and
comment on "The Sabbath Day." If
hct fourth commandment were Kept
our churches and Sunday schools
would flourish and our people would
Every Little Spot oo
the Baby's Skin
should receive your immediate cars and at
teniion and instant treatment with Liltell'j
Liquid Sulphur. You cannot aSord to neglect
any seemingly harmless rash or redness
for a single instant. A baby's delicate skin
offers a fertile field for all manner of skin
diseases, and particularly for that most terrible
o them all Eczema, and a neglected
rash or pimple may lead to untold suffering.
jjuy a nottie ot Latteirs liquid buipnur
(50c.) this very day keep it close at hand
and at the Very first indication of ski trouble
in your baby, children'bryoursclf, commence
treatment. A few drops taken every
morning for a week wiH prevent any one
catching Scarlet Fever, Diphtheria, Chicken
Poxnd all contagious diseases as well u
keepiag the blood pure and healthy.
Rhuma-Sulphur Co. Aug. 12th, 1906.
My daughter. Lottie Lee, was a solid
mass of sores all over her bead, face and '
arms, bhe was constantly ia agonyand our
physician did everything in his power, but
could not relieve her. n was advised by'a
friend to try your remedy and with the consent
of our physioian did so The enclosed
photograph or will show yon the
benefits she derived from your wonderful
cure. I cannot say too much to you in thanks
for curing mychild and if my name
is any advantage to you in
letting other people know you can use it together
With a photograph of "mychild.
Mrs S. B.TCampbell, 1604' Locust Street,.
St. Louis, M01 ." 1
'Sample bottle sent postpaid toTmy address
for 10c. write todav. Rhuma-Sulphur Co.
St. Louif, Mo. M
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Sugar Grove Sunday school wont
to Pinoy Pionioking Wednesday aid
had a delightful time. ' ''
Mr?. Mary Murray is seriously ill
ith typhoid fovor.
Better Not Get
If you can help it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by
effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion.
But don't trifle with Indigestion,
A great many peoplo who havo
trifled with Indigestion, havo been
sorry for lt when norvous or
chronic dyspepsia resulted, and
they havo not been nble to euro It-Use
Kodol and prevent having
Everyono 1b subject to Indigestion.
Stomach domogomont follows
stomach nbus. Just as naturally
and Just as Burcly as a sound and
healthy stomach results upon tho
taking of Kodol.
Whoa you experience Bourness
at stomach, belching of gas and
nauseating fluid, bloated sensation,
gnawing pain in tho pit of tho
stomach, heart burn (so-called),
diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or
chronic tired fooling you need Kodol.
And then the quicker you tako
Kodol tho better. Eat what you
want, let Kodol digest It.
Ordinary pepsin "dyspopsia tablets,"
physics, etc., are not likely
to bo of much benefit to you, In
dlgcstlvo allmonts. Pepsin is only
ing of the Farmers' Union at Prince-Tuesday
Mrs. Luda Hurst is on the ick
Ina Dollius has just recovered
from typhoid fever.
Miss Alma York, of Shady Grove,
i3 visiting her brother, Hugh York.
Any intelligent person can be his
own doctor in the ordinary case of
liver trouble, for the symptoms cannot
be mistaken. If the white of the
eye becomes yellowish, if the skin becomes
sallow, if pimples and blotches
appear,, if the bowels do not move, if
you have sick headache, if you are
bilious, you may be sure that your
liver is torpid or inactive.
The quickest and surest 'remedy yet
found for the cure of liver trouble or any
of Its symptoms Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, the great herb laxative compound.
This wonderful remedy Is not only a laxative,
but a tonic as well. It will start
the flow of gastric Juice, thereby soon
enabling the liver to do Its work naturally.
A bottle of this great liver remedy
can be bought of any druggist for 50
cents or II, and In many cases a single
bottle has cured a chronic case.
For example, John W. Lee. 619 S.
ae., Indianapolis, lnd.. had a
ntubborn and very long-standing case of
liver trouble, with pimples, blotches,
Jaundice, etc., and ft cured him. Mrs. .
Kltnchum, Jackson, Ky., says the same
of It. Thousands of families keep It In
the house against Just such an emergency,
as you can never tell when some
member of the family will need a good
In order to have you or any other sufferer
from the liver make a test of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepiln without personal
expense. Dr. Caldwell win send you a free
test bottle If you will send your name
and address. The sample will show you
how pleasant lt Is to take, how gently it
works. It will start you on the oil re of
your trouble and convince you that you
have found a cure. That Is the object of
the sample, and the doctor urges you to
end for. It today.
ir there is anytning aoout
your ailment that you don't
understand, or if you want
any medical advice, write
to the doctor, and he will
answer you fully. There U
no charge for this service.
The address is Dr. W. B.
Caldwell. 500 Caldwell bids,
A. F. Woolf attended state meet
Crops aro line. Health good.
lame Hughes, ot Marion, came
down last week to repair W. H. La-Rue's
Virgil Threlkeld returned home
last week, afteer several weeks'
sojourn in Mt. Vernon, lnd.
James LaRue Jr. ha gone !
Missouri to find a job.
WW. Watson and wil'n ae visiting
lelaMvcs in Caldwull
School begins next week
Hill as principal.
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Whenicy b'rtc yon
and your Kornach and intestines cause you end-loss
discomfort, it is an unfailinu sica that your en
tire systtm needs a taoroh housecicaninri.
Kearney, the lour-year-old son ol
Mr and Mrs. Cur.-on Franklin way
buried at Union Sunday. The gricl
stricken parents have the succre sympathy
of their many friends here.
Charles LaKue and Mrs. Wolford
are with their brother in New Burn-aide,
HI. The Doctor has typhoid
fever in his family.
Aunt Nar Childress, who ha been
suilering for several weeks with a
fractured hip, is able to sit up some,
but is very weak.
Mrs. Klla Ycckey, of Sikcston,
Mo., is visiting relatives here.
James Lallue is building a new
tobacco barn on his farm.
Glad Thrclkeld is building an addition
to his tobacco barn.
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Mrs.ten Ine Pkrctv
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wavei mrwizi wo sui
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les,eaald apt sicca, hai
sfcertaess af feta.
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r. M. Ravdin,
Practice Limited to Kiscascs
and Defect of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Ichel Block Cor. 3rd and
Mairiss Glasses fitted.
EVANSVILI.K - INDIANA
oat seems to turn to cas
tliminatine;(the causeof the
'Take' an NR. tablet tdfiatt
cures flatulence ly
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a partial digester and physics ara
not digesters at all.
Kodol Is a perfect digester. If
you could see Kodol dlgestlngovery
imrtlcle of food, of all kinds, In tho
glass In our laboratories,
you would know this Just as well
as we do.
Katuro and Kodol will always
euro a sick stomach but in order
to bo ourod, the stomach must rest
That is what Kodol does rests tho
artimach, while tho stomach gets
well Just as simple as A, B, C.
Oo to yvar dnifrsm today and get n dollar
Ixjulc. Then niter ou have ut.el ths
cuntorit of tho bottle If you enn
soy, that It hao not done you any
pjwl, return the bottle to the druggist and
he wlu rpfnud your money without question
or delay. We will then pay the
for the bottle. Don't henltate. alt
drupalM know that onr guarantee la good.
ThU offer applies to the large bottle only
ami to bst or.o In a family. The large bottle
contalna m tlmea an much as the fifty
Kodol Is prepared at tho laboratories
of E. C. Do Witt & Co., Chicago.
, Better thah PUls for Liver lljk
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