For old people who suffer
from rheumahsm.shff joints, gouMumbago,
neuraigia.scianca ana paralysis
gives quick relief. penetrates
rhrough the nerves and tissues, relieves me
tnriammanon ana congestion. quicnens
in all kinds of Merchandise.
me blood and gives a pleasant hngling
sensation ofcomfort and warmth.
To make room for new spring- stock now arriving.
tome ani see
A full stock on lu.ii'.k
A S "p
Steel and Wood
Xi C 1 5 LI
RED BIKD CAST
BULLY BOY HARROW
PLOW GEAR AND WAGON HARNESS. ALL KINDS
SWEEPS AND SHOVELS.
You will Find
THE HOME OF
The Aberdeen Weekly
FRIDAY FKLKUAKN J
Lost About 1 1 - r w- k :-.y . I m
brella, horn handle w n h stiver ':i.
alienator etc., on handle. LU-ernl re
ward L. L ! :: I n.
Feb. 11, US - l i
not over - years o
strain and rheap.
registered bu! iou
of (joml faiiii! v.
i. Mum be u
i . i I'l- I t
be tu!I i -i
,1. i . !Iuya:
The cotton maikct in A b. -rd,
as reported by I. 11. :
closed Thursdav at
The ruling quotation;
Thursday , reported by ;1
Oil Mill it l' itili.
Slo.(H) per ton.
Itch cured in :'o miauli iy
ford's Sunitar Lotion. Never n
Sold bv J. A.Gay. dn:gu;.-t.
giving fiifi i
food law .vr.s
lor either si'd
I T r i J r w j t J
q filaac from grapes pure end fceaKhinI. Ill
p No Alum U j Pliospliales. J
f"! yy Cbcroical tests sho'- tlaat slum baljiag A
pvJcrs leave uucliaiigeil alum, an TS
injurious mctaliij acid, lis liic food.
Kl Be on your gtimd. Alum paw- yJl-J
I 14 b. Iers may le iaiown by tfcelr SyWt4 I 4 1
L-L JVv price -13 T 23c a Ifc.,
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VQ I INF
WIS CARRY THE BEST
What You Want at
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GEORGIA STOCKS, all kinds,
Genuine Tarrell Cast Plows.
Mr-. It. P. Wendel
l Hoi Sjuins.
-- Mi-s ( h.-rt rude S k
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Greene are
-wiln. M,.. aI1,i Mrs. Alf Brown are
spending the week at their country
Mi-, (lav leti Wednesdav for New
qn.-.-t t )i
.,!.;,, Miss Cav llaughtonis in Colum
' , , ' bus.
'i Miss I'd it h Wardlaw of Oxford is
viitint: Lier sister. Mrs. II. P. Wendel.
. , . Mr. and Mrs. VV.O. Bowman, with
their little daughter, were quests this
week of Mr-.. Ervin at West Point.
Me-;. lames. E.L. Sykes and Staeios
spent several davs of this week at
Mi-- May Lou May nard entertain
ed at bridii'- Saturday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Neville. The prizes
were won by Misses Katie Lou Spra
i'ins, Nellie Fitts and Minette Carter.
Mrs. Neville was given a lovely guest
Mr. iley Clifton has returned
from L neb burii.
Mr-. K. E. Vesey is back from
Mrs. Armon Wicks was a guest of
j Miss tiertrude Wicks Wednesday.
Mi-- ( Untie MeQuistion" left
: Thursday for New Orleans.
Mrs. Bhiiord entertained tiie Ma
i i . e i - Bridge t'hib and other friends
s.i'iii'iiav . Tliose winning prizes were
Mrs. i. W.lloi:-ton, Miss Fav Haugh
; to:i arid Mrs. i;. O. Sykes
Miss (iertiude Wicks and Mrs.
Araion Wicks left Thursday for New
Mrs. Tm Sykes is visiting in
-irs. J. W. Eekford and Miss Nor
ma Eekford entertained at seven hand
eiu -lire Wednesday afternoon. The
prizes? were won by Mesdames Dnlany,
Fowler, Elbridge Smith, Tubb and
Miss Mary Lou Maynard.
Mis.- Jc.sepninef 'lit'ton has return
ed lrom Lyneldiurg.
Mrs. LHuar.y left Thursday for a
visit in Memphis.
Mr. Adam Carlisle spent Thurs
day in West Point.
Miss Lueile Hatch entertained
Miss Lueile Farris of Maeon,
Miss., was a guest of Mrs. Sid Hop
kins. She returned Sunday.
Miss Kate Carter entertained a
few friends at her home, Tuesday
: evening. .Refreshments were served.
Swift's premium Hams and
Iln -a k fast Bacon, the best on the
market, at IIiix Bro's & Co. Phone
Miss Saliie Puckett, of the Ladies'
j Bazaar, is in St. Loui-s this week, pur
. chasing spring goods for that popular
i We are sole agents for the cele
' hrited (ierman Medicated Stock
iFood, the very lest fotxl stuff on
I the market. Also the same article
in Bird Food. Every package
! guaranteed. We , handled these
! g'Htds all of last season with perfect
satisfaction to onr -customers, and
j have already sold several invoices
Hill Bro's &. Co.
The explosion of a lamp at the resi
lience of Sheriff T.O. Jones, Wednes
day evening,eaused a tire alarm. al-o
the (iiiiek appearance of the depart
ment. No further damage.
V have a full sujiplv of SKK1)
JKISH TOTATOKS AND ONloN
SKTS. Hill IIko s a- C.
Among the sales of real estate this
week, wns that of the residence of
Mr. P. A. Dulin on Railroad street,
to Mr. I. Y. Johnson, at $ 1.000.
Mr. Editor: Please say to your
readers that we have hundreds of tes
timonials from most successful farm
ers showing that the best yields are
always obtained by the use of our
fertilizers. Yours truly,
Fkrtilizeh Co.mpa n v.
A fire alarm turned in early Wed
nesday evening, was occasioned by
sparks from a chimney to the resi
dence of Mr. J. C. Wicks, corner
Hickory and Washington streets. The
tire department was on the scene
promptly, but no damage.
We are now prepared to fill vour
orders for GRAIN, SHOUTS AND
liKAX. Prices to suit vim.
HILL 1UUVS vv u.
A critic at our side says that a fire
in Aberdeen, with the present- ei'tci
ent fire department, lias about as
much show as a snow flake in June.
J. A. GAY sells thef amous MER
CUTOL -the greatest remedy in the
world for SWINNY, FISTULA, Spav
in and all Lameness in Horses and
Mules. 50e. s'JO-tim.
j Dr. L. G. Nishet, of Oak Lawn
j Farm, on Tuesdaj' shipped tlirec
; choice White Wyandottes to a
j patron at Yaideii, Miss., who in re
j niitting for them saaid, "I mnt
I thank you for such a line selec
tion they arc pretty enough for
I any one'
You will find us in line on
is hack fromiAIi, COFFEE AN1 FLOCK, and
! CANNED GOODS of all kinds.
l our orders hlled on short notice
and prompt delivery. Phone 14(..
HILL P.KO S A- CO.
The First National Bank in this
issue presents a most flattering
showing at the close of business
Fcburary 14. Among its resources
are found loans and discounts,
820'.), 501 ; bonds to secure circula
tion, 100,000; Iwuids, securities,
etc,$13G,10o; reserve funds ?60,0o0.
TMe liabilities include capital paid
in S 100,000; National bank notes
outstanding S100.000; individual
deposits $381,202; United States
deposits 03,000. The resources
and liabilities foot up S72o,032,
the largest amount, we believe, that
has ever been attained by that
popular financial institute.
We have a line lot of SEED
OATS, just arrived. Prices reason
able. HILL & BKO'S ifc CO.
Mr. -J. II. Young exhibited thi
week some splendid specimen;
paper manufactured by a Georgia
mill from cotton stalk fibre.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the
most obstinate coughs and expels the
cold from the system as it is mildly
laxative. It is 'guaranteed. The gen
uine is in the vcllow package. J. L.
Shell & Co.
The Final Cotton Census.
Owners and operators of ginning
establishments in Monroe county are
reminded that the final canvass by
the Census Bureau, for enumerating
cotton ginned from the crop of 1907,
will commence on Monday, March
2nd. This report must include all
cotton ginned to that date, with a
careful estimate of amount remaining
in the territory of each establishment
to be ginned afterwards during the
season. Oil mill linters are also to be
listed with like estimate of amount to
follow. Special Agonts are allowed
until March 10th to complete the can
vass and reports to be made, by mail
only, immediately upon completion.
Ginners and oil mill managers are
requested to be ready for prompt re
ports on these points.
S. A. D ALTON,
Special Census Agent.
Mardi Gras Mobile-New Orleans
February 27th to March 3d, 190S.
Low round trip tickets on sale, Feb.
26th to March 2nd, inclusive; final
limit returning March 10th. Stop
overs. For further information apply
to Mobile & Ohio Railroad Ticket
Agents or write John M. Beall, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, St. Louis.
Mr. Wiley II. Clifton, of the!
Aierdeen bar, was honored by his
brother Masons at the recent Grand
Lodge, 1'V election to the station of
Grand Senior Warden. This in-:
eures to him the ofiice of Grand j
Master within two years, a position j
to which his high standing in the!
cider and his devotion to its prin
ciples richly commend him.
I have used MERCUTOL for some
time have treated FISTULA and va
rious other troubles with it, and find
it a VERY FINE REMEDY for lame
horses and mules.
T. A. BRADLEY,
sJO. R. F. D. 4, Aberdeen, Miss.
The Merchants and Farmers
Lank of Lordotic hasleen converted
into a National Lank, with capital
This May Interest You.
No one is immune from kidney
trouble, so just remember that Foley's
Kidney Cure will stop the irregulari
ties and cure any case of Kidney and
bladder trouble that is not beyond
the reach of medicine. J. L. Shell &
The back is the mainspring of
woman's organism. It quickly calls
attention to trouble by aching. It
tells, with other symptoms, such as
nervousness, headache, pains in the
loins, weight in the lower part of j
the body, that a tomans lemmme
organism neei Is immediate attention.
In such cases the one sure, remedy
which speedily removes the cause,
and restores the. feminine organism
to a healthy, normal condition is
Mrs. AVill Young, of 6 Columbia
Ave., I ockland, Me., says :
" I was troubled for a long time with
dreadful backaches and a pain in my
side, and was miserable in every way.
I doctored until I was diseourag-ed and
thought I would never get well. I read
what Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound had done for others and
decided to try it; after taking three
bottles I can truly bay that I never felt
so well in my life."
Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East Earl,
Pa., writes to Mrs. l'inkham:
"1 had verjr severe backaches, and!
pressing-down pains. I could not sleep,
and had no appetite. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound cured me
and made me feel like a new woman."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Iink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
:s i tvi in. u irinrui iui jcinaic 111.-1. i
and has positively cured thousands of I
women who have been troubled witn
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, nbroid tumors, irregularities,
f j jeriodie pains, backache, that bear-ing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges-
tioii,dizzmess,or nervous prostration.
Get the New MARCH RECORDS
On Sale February 25
-1 mt 1
MAIER JEWELRY CO,
While the roads are bad write
for catalogue and latest prices.
Baxter McFarlaxd. Ben McFarlasd
McFARLAND & McFARLANO,
Attorneys - at - Law,
Will practice in th State and Federal Courts
aj.d give strict attention to collections, convey-
racni and all protessionai Diismess enirosieu
Will nire anv case
beyond the reach of
Every First and Third
To points in Texas. Oklahoma and
Arkansas. One fare plus seven dol
lars for the round trip.
To points between Memphis and
Birmingham. Rate one fare for
round trip, to return same day.
To Florida and Southern Texas, round
trip rates. For further information
JOHN R. YOUNG,
Agent Frisco Line,
OH REAL ESTATE.
I am able to negotiate loansjon...
AT 8 PER CENT. INTEREST,
In eums of $500 or over, for as long
time as desired. TERMS EASY. No
delay in closing loans.
D. W. HOUSTON, Attorney.
Serf,mb0r J 907-ly.
J Dr.Earl S.Sloan. Boston Mass.
11 y 11
A ZJI i4 Jf J
of Kidncv or Bladder Disease not "ni!m s "'geae
medicine. No medicine can do more.
by J. L. SHELL & CO., ABERDEEN
A Talk to
You use a fertilizer
of course, but do you
use civ i-h ?
The yi;M per acre,
nnd the profit therefrom
increases in far greater
proportion than the eo-.t
of additional fertilizer.
What is r-.n increase in
cost of j5-J.no to $10.00
per acre for fertilizer
when the returns therefrom
show an increase of 50.00 to
-J50.00 per acre?
The 1i Magnolia Fruit
Farms at Durant, Miss., tested
the well-known Virginia-Carolina
Result : when
1,000 lbs. per
acre were used
the profit was
$75.00 more per
acre than when
500 lbs. per
acre were used.
This is modern intensive cul
ture, the method that is doub
ling and trebling the crops of
all kinds of fruit in
either good or in poor
and worn-out land all
over the country and
in good soil, too.
Sold by Lann &
DeWITTSrr: WITCH HAZEL
SALVE For Piles, Burns, Sores.
2550 S, $1.00
iX.rAJLLa Do not risk having
Fruit - Growers
The yield will be
according to the
amount of plant food
V .i rive your trees or
j.'anis you can de
pend on it . The better
lh y r.re led th-greater
and more valuable will
be your crop. Fertil
ize sparingly and you
The fac t that over a million
tons of Virginia-Carolina
Fertilizer were sold last year
proves them to be without
equal. Fvery fruit farmer,
no matter what method he
now uses, should get the Vir
ginia - Carolina
C o in p a n y s
new Year 15ook
It is free to nil 5S.y
w:n) are inter
to write for it.
Address us to
the nearest city
Richmond. Va. TVorham, N. C.
Norfolk, V. Charleston, S. C.
Columbia, S. C. Baltimore, Md.
Carter Hdw. Co.
BEE'S LAXATIVE HONEY ano TAR
RELIEVES COUGHS AHO COLD
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