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T it- V i THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY OBITUARIHS AND TRIBUTLS. Obltuarlet will be accepted by The Weekly when notexceeJlugtrn lin . free of charge. For each additional line a charge of (Ivh rent uill be made and t-ullec-ted. For Tributes of Kenpect and other OUbllcattnna. ABERDEEN WEE IS ISSUED j EVERY FRIDAY MOUSING p.y Tin: ABERDEEN WEEKLY PUBLISHING CO., Inc., CAPITAL. STOCK , $1 5,000. ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI Jf F1HDAY, MAUCII 1), 11)11. or imilar orxmnizmilon, a rhftrpo i f Subscription . .$1.00 a Year. VOL. NO. 4(; - I '' ft III I rr 1 1 1 a I I ' every lln contained. Count ncin word to thn line mix) make our o n calculation aw to th coxt in i'io h i a.. . A Ivertising Rates on Application 27 ? . THE KLY. IS THE PRESENT DEBT OF ABER : DEEN? And Where Is The City Hall To Be?! A in. ! ; t st t of this ;i t '' ib-s !'.-, to fill phasie au ei ic jiui iv t mi nts the its . It V. .1,!. ishes t' h -1 ii i I ::i anv muni I PS 1 1 M H I i pal itn-j is tit mi ug iim veim-ii ! ha? u i ii h 1 add 1m t lit' j .: 1 1 -r a I v i stahdpt ..)' ijtilit , favor lie- .'ifale Hit ill' lint t! . iliin it 'h'- u li'oni hi. w. InrnmciiT C I V W Olllll oniv iijiMii :i ii i nst ,i I tat ion ci ss ! i h a n I - ill! ,M : ! . i ! :i ' IM II . . i- ri t ' . It . ',..!. S.')t',(ltl- in',! nc- f i a! t i v nil hi work n- . t i j . .! n i sit- j 1 1" cit :,!!'. ii r is lntv lil'i'!.i--t'i IIU hhl!V Mi i.Mli led il i i-l t t' i lleSS t-h'i-t i'i ii has Mil t llf ( it V . 'I'll '.cell called tol- A i Uth. ImITH is I I lit ..-I.. .til a ii. l ,i ri-!h.- I" him i i i r to t i ect : l . ,1 i i il fur i n'ri m ci; i h le 1 is st in.-! invr a n. w cit tht- W.riJy is if a i t mi' all t ha! is M-"i'"' rii more, ii' tin- fit it. ,Put the ijii.-lii.ii t- it st I !" is. fa ii ti' it .' Wit !i 1 he light -believes that Alfi.h ami 1 1 -li.lii. N'mw il in fa vi it 'll ami f caii afiMfil li.iit ui.ti-i'.ih ttivxli at'l'Ml-i in-fore it. ii cli ran. hilt. we itiiist atiiiiit !l aif dim. WilhiM various int c rt-st t-i 1 asked Us what tin at t-'.ii- hiflits I..- !a-t wt-.-k iti' 'tis have llMlll.'tll l('llt of Ahct'tlt'c It Is at tlit time. Tin v ;iffMil!ailif'l ' U-fSt'tlt this i 1 1 - t ii i r with the t a 1 1 ni'-iit that t In-y u ishf 1 1 tin' fiiahlf thfiii t'i l M -1 i t i - lf with any iiiuiv iiu It fi : i ; 1 1 inn tu llct''-Ttlil!l' tin- ;:i!i:m' ; iff tMwii h.((t !l'!l. Wf aiisw -r 1 in- 'I iirs-It-li'j'ii-nt iiniiiiry H i'iv una lil tu t i. i n ii m i a ft i-r t W t'l'f UUahlr f t II ii! 1 1. i-ii i m Hi f 1 VPS. X V W f t' t !l !l I M llNI Mi' tilt nt i irn i 'i- t hf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 a ii' I i.!iff i' tu .- 1 !(.-t- "ir t hf t ity ailuiiiii,-!'' at tie fit;. m!"i. ;'. Iltiftl th-hl of ipt-r tin iiu a! inn t'i what tin' A hililt! 11 J I I I'M MllS! ( tu lll.'l I'llsr 3f,t .-sol II MM 1. 1 Ml ' S payers, win ini'i't' ami will have ' null' l ! ! 1 1 tu i.av af- -iititl- - k iimw what tht'- tw a1 lltiW fan he t-iifftftl tit re tlif - t! !inl"!.tf.liif -s rrf:ittir. T-T i n i''K ti i;i t t ii i ww .-i. tioti f iHiint iiiir oat what lukattl uf Ahlfinifr should do hut heintr a piihln- oi its unprejiulir ft! duty form and heitiir deeply ran with to p-r- 1MIII'!I II- eil for the growth ami improv ment f the town, it must herald, the diffei-e iu-es of pal. lie inter est, and suixirest w here its sill.' ;est ions are demanded ior thej pnhlie jri.od. So far as our in dividnal attitude is eoiieei tied. W'e are .satisfied to vote the bonds, as it were in tin1 dark.i hut that is a matt- r of our eon-1 fideiiee in the atlminist rat ion i whieh will not pass muster be fore all the voters. Therefore, in the interest of an harmonious result for the advaneement of 1he city, we must surest the expediriny of inakititr public the present bonded debt of Aber deen. Irantinr that hte debt is not so irreat as to lis oiiraf t the im provements now porposrd there are other matters incumbent up on, the board to determine be fore this eb-et ion comes off. the location of this city hall is a. point of animated diffeernce be tween the voters, some contend ing that the new hall should be erected on the old site and oth ers advocating its erection on the :;il..snie lot Fast of. the lost of fice. It is uistiurti the pre rogative of the board of Aider-( men to locate this hall, ami vc believe it is their duty in the interest id' harmony for them to do so before the election conies off. The v. iters have a right to know where this ball is to be built before they pass upon the propositi ii. If it is to be lueat ed on the old site, where the town is growing away from it. nearly every citien will vote the proposition down. If it is to be built on a logical site these same voters will favor the pro ject. I lut this is not the ques tion involved. The matter is the responsibility of the board of Al dermanb to deal fairly with the voters. Say where this hall is to be before the election ami give the voters a chance to vote on the porposition with the rightful lights before them, else the pro position, so far as the city hall is concerned, will be ponnptly de feated. Let the board of Aldermen ex ercise their good judgement in the location of this much needed building before the election. If the voters do not want it there they will say so with their vo tes' But where this hall shall he hv rights should he determined at the Anril meeting of the board and the taxpayers should be in- firmed of the present lomt-tlett of -.".Aberdeen at the same time so that the taxpayers may he .able to vote intelligently. In .conclusion the Weekly has to say; "That what it has writ, it has writ." If it is in error it yriR take the medicine. WHAT BOND List of Jurors Drawn For The Second Week, March term. 1911. "Sam Addiitgtoti. Will Dalrymple, E. I). I Sour land. I. V. Vaughn. K. O. Shempert. E. O. Harris. Tiluiaii Smith. Eucian .Taudoii. -John ."saiitlcrs. I. I'. '.;. i. i:. A. T. h. II. T. Hfinh'tsoii, ( lariifr. Arnold, At kin. lilair. Mostly, .Maloii-'. Ha rr is. Wf i lia in. s. (I. A rA. .1. .!. .1. T. W I'. II. I). Kniflisli. W. Mall. I. Hood, I). Kit-luiftlsnii. 1 5. 'a in i . Willi- liiik-r. I . M . Y m u 1 1 1, II. C. Xt.aii, .1. W. Sartfr. I. K. Ki k lie i". I. I'.. Shaw. . II. T. daeksou. Third Week, March Term. l'l'ftl (lidetdi. Spatt Thoriile.v-. I. W. Kiiiffsley, leu. K iiuhrouLfli. Lotizy Nash, .Murium Howell. AV. L. .JaeksMM. II. I). Hill. laieian hvelis. S. W. Seely. ' M. 'oekerlia in. W. T. Wilson. Neil .McCiiskill. William H.Hiday, I.. .1. l'Mlll)p, (i. W. Harnitm. l-'raiik .Millsteatl. K. i:. .i. I). Davis. Iv Walls. N. Callop. 1 r in. lolin Jfoherts, .M. l Sherhftt. -I. II. rantrtdl, J. S. Iirazzle. W. M. luo. .1. W. Adams. ;. W. lirewer, Charlie Hrasfieltl, M. ' 'I'.nr.iiiiiam. "Why don't you contribute more to that charity hospital fund, under the auspices of the I "nit -ctl Charities? Ueccpticles for your cont i ibut ions can be found at the Monroe Xews Stole, (Jays, flu. l'hoeni. or Shells .'Drug Co., Droi) .n stipend in everv once in in ill hell. ami a while a E. W. CUNNINGHAM. Mr. F. W. Cunningham, who was elected to fil' out the inex pired term of C. 1 Marshall as lustice of the Peace in the Fif th Supervisors district is an nounced for reelectioi. Mr. Cunningham is making good in the position ami desires endorsement at the hands of his const it uencv. He is a good man and citizen, and is thoroughlv conipetent to serve the people sat isfactorily in the position. If he should be elected he will con tinue to practice fidelity to duty. LOW RATE TRIP FARES via MOBILE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD account meetiug Head Camp (M) Woodmen o the World. Biloxi Miss., Marc h FMli, 1!U1. Tickets J 1 - . 1 -4 on sate .iarcti i to inc.. with final return limit to eraech origonal starting oint imt later than March 20. For fares, time ot trams, etc., applv to near est Ticket Agent. Mobile & Pom Kail road, or ;. A. Griffin. TPA. Meridian. Miss., FOR SALE. ,0 Khode T. Red Hens at $1.00 j each; J"0 R. T. Red Chickens at. 2" cents each. Applv to. K. 1). MURIHIY. Aberdeen, Miss. We appreciate visits from numerous friends from different sections of the count v thisweek. ' L i III v -ri M ,"'H" - L 1 There! Mr. Percy, Don't Cry. There! Air. Percy, don't ery, They have read your speech, I k now ; And your windy flue, And your followers too. Are things that have to go. But political troubles soon pass by, There! Mr. Percy, don't cry. There! .Mr. Percy, don't cry; You've cut off your nose. we know. And your strange wild ways. In your office craze. Lead the "caucus" so ami so. But you'll be done, by and by. There! Mr. Percv, don't erv. There! Mr. Percy, don't cry ; We'll break your heart. I trow. But the mid-nigut dreams Of your deep laid schemes. 'Gainst the "chief" must go. nd when all's Inst for which; von sigh, There! Mr. Percv, don't cry; M. I. Bass. Shannon, Miss.. C. A. BRATTON. Mr. C. A. Bratton. a brilliant attorney of Pontotoc has acceded to the solicitations of his numer ous friends and has entered the race for District Attorney. Mr. Bratton. has been a member of! . . . ' i the bar tor more than ten yi-ars and during his porte.ssioival eareei; has achieved as much repu tation as usually falls to a man in that period of practice. He is making lite race upon whatever merits of ability or qualifications m 1 t be may .possess ami will ineeT as manv of the voters during the eampaiyn as possible. He is thro ughly equipped in experience. education, ami by endowment to ihscharire the important duties n of the office, and is ambitious to wiu the ' plaudits ot a constit uent- of public service well ren dered. His announcement will be found in the columns of tin Weeklv this morning. SPECIAL. Kichiliue Brand of. canned ind Fancy groceries. Infallibly Flour. Melrose Hams. Melrose Breakfast Bacon, Car ter p7ca4t. Varter s litdls. and l-'v tVakes baked here. We at,, sob" tij-'eiits he ( for above an Wiiuv your orders. F. I).. Carter & Company. I'hoisc Nti. 7:. WILLIS D. HESTER. Mr. W. 1). Hester, is announc ed for constable in the upper division of the fif th district this mom in g. j Mr. Hester, is among the cam petclt candidates for this place and would make a capital con stable if the voters should choose him to the place. Kidney and Bladder Diseases. Thousands of people die annually of Kidney and Bladder trouble whose lives could be saved by the timely use of U-KA-CrKA, the great Southern Kemedv. It neutralizes and passen diseased accumulations out of thetys- tern and by certain healtngiving pro cesses assists nature to build up new tissues. It is also a tine tonic. Per i sons who have the least symptom3 of these diseases, should use this reme I dv. l)rugiisi! sdl it at 50c and $1.00 per bottle. If be cannot supply it, send to Ora'ngr Medicine Company. Chattanooga, Tenn. Capt. J. A. Mark, of the Am erican Salvation Army, is visit ing this city, for the benefit of the work that is being done for poor mothers and children thro ughout the State of Mississippi. His home is located in Columbus. Mississippi. Your choice of all the good Fertilizer distribti- ! Planters, and 'tors, at. The Aberdeen Hdw Co. The latest designs in Washing ton Birthdav Post Cards. Come quick. Monroe News Store. It's a pleasure to do business when you can go to a house and call for what you want afcet it, and not hoar the old chestnut "We are sorry, but we are Ci t." Our success has been our assortments. combined with prices it will be money anu HOW ABOUT A GOOD all GEY Lann . Carter EDITOR OF THE "ABERDEEN WEEKLY." You published sometinii' ago an address of Rev. L. II. Stine upon John Calvin, which was in deed a masterly presentation of the marvelous power ami influ ence of that great man. Recently lie delivered anoth er lecture or sermon on ""Tall Men in History." which, in my judgement, was quite as scholar ly. I tb:k-t - v r.,.. t must agree that, a value from a nior; tie from its standpoint, ug ami in it was most interest i sturctive from an fii - . i t itoncal une. evincing as it iint. a great reach ireh. ami ;i and range of rese wnle reauing ami ai rquaiuta nee with the literature i ill llitiolis ami with the lives of ast niim her of the "Tall Men tory," physically, int and spirituallv. of all in Ilis- tually ih and . climes. It would be profitabb M-cll; as pleasant, reading to all dents of History ami Biograph The wealth of material it eon tains is no less remarkathle than the variety of characters it de picts, covering the field of sci ence, sculpture, art, literature oratory and statesmanship. Another noticeable, ami. to the mind, most admirable, qual ity, was the impartiality and Catholicity of spirit displayed in the selection and discussion of the numerous distinguished men mentioned, without regard to sect, creed, section or denomi nation. Without indulging in the mere "tinsel clink of compliment." but employing the simple language of sincerity, it may be truly said, that it was weighty in thought, wealthy in learning; replete with apt illustrations and spark ling with gems of meaning set in splendid forms of speech. JBoth in matter, and in man ner of delivery, it was most ad mirable an intellectual treat and a moral tonic. I). W. H. WANTED. An honest, intelligent, Mon roe County man, who knows how to work every day and is not afraid of work, to do soliciting; for the Monroe chapter of the Southern Mutual Fraternal Union. To the right man who will work every day, we will make a proposition out of which oth ers are earning, from $100 to $ 200.00 per week for themselves. Experience not necessary. Address, with references, 565 Candler Annex, t Atlanta, Ga., 3-10-3t. 1 In the cure of consumption, concentrmteoeasily digested nourishment is necessary. For 35 years Soott's Emulsion has been the standard, world-wide treatment for uu" m-?tion. abb wu Pnll snonlv of Window screens and tfcreen Doors at, ABERDEEN HDW. CO 1 ad store service. Hunt us up on any line, ie to you. Hardware :fr. and Mrs. II. '. Kiunev. sjk-nt part o v'nV. Mr. Kii of this week in Nash limev went as a ucle- gatt to the Parcel Post Conven tion' which convened iii that city TufVijay. The Cullman Demo crat . Mr. Kinney is a brother of II. II. Kinney, and is one of mxf,t successful merchants in tae ,u" Alalia ma. Dr. the the C. C. WEAVER. C." Weaver, aiiiiiiiiivs !r Justice ot the Peace of the Yt'stern Division of the M - rid Supervisors district this 'ait. in ing. Mr. Weaver is among, the substantial citizens of Monroe County, ami is a gentleman.' well qualified to serve in that office. He is well known to the voters, and if they should elect him will make a faithful conVteiit jus tice. V I . ir. m NOTICE! Our annual Sale of Canned and Fancy Goods will leMn Monday, March 20th and lasts .1 days. Re member, at this sale everything; is marked down re ja nil ess of cost. All fresh new hk1s. Don't miss this opjortunity to fill your pantry with mk1 tiling's to eat at very little cost. We hope to see you Mon day, March 2lh. K very thing; in Shelf Goods g;o. 'Phone "'J F. D. CARTER & CO. milizer! n We are supph in the well known MKRIl) IAN HOMi: MIX Tl Ki: FKRTIlIZKKS and PHOSPHATES. Our stock is ample and you know the floods is RIGHT. The analysis of the State Chemist shows iositivcly that the MKRIDIAN goods run higher in plant food than any other Fertilizers offered in Aberdeen. If you have been usinq; this Fertilizer, then don't take any chances by trying other ";oods . about which you know nothing:. If you have not used it, then we refer you to your own neighbors who have been using it; we leave the decision to them. Try some row by row beside what others claim to be their best and note theresult. Our price is right and we will make the terms satisfactory Respectfully, Aberieso Mkim Ca Prices to Suit, Terms Pleasing, Company. The delinquent tax land list is published in this 'issue of the Weekly. The list is not as large as usual, showing that the peo ple have pa nl their taxes promptly than iisii d. iiioi Fleet lie Weld Felice is the best in the world, ami we are selling worlds of it to people who know, ABFRDKKN" HDW. CO Very heai V . r i -only .") cents. tractive B ixes. Mt.nroe New Store. :s on sale for le weli-v- IIa ns Hanson Store. at Maitr Mos piitos hurt and cause sick ss too screen them out, ABFUDKHN" HDW. CO Subscribe for the Weeklv ertilizer! THE HOSPITAL. It should be a labor of love, if not of sacrifice, for all to uedst enthusiastically in the commend able undertaking of the Knifed j Charities to build it hospital in Aberdeen. Civic piide, as well as the greatest of the Christian graces-charity-shouhl actuate all to join heartily in the work. There are duties expected in the church, exacted in society and demanded in the exercises of citizenship, but the silent appeals of charity are to the heart and the conscience. The heart ami conscience determine the calibre of the mhividtial. Have ou ev- cr considered that "Man's inhu manity to man makes countless millions mourn 1" If you haw then, when mhi are ahoiit to spend in some senseless, selfish extravagance, ciirtial your ap petite, ami contribute the price ot your occasional sell -denial to the sweet cause of charity. !ic it to the hospital fund. You don't have to be a church mem ber to do this, but just a man or a woman who has a heart ami a i-onscn-nce. Doctor Praises D. D. D. Although an M. D. I acknow ledge to my patients and pat urns that your remedy, D. D. D , will leach cases af Kceuia ami per maeiitly cures them - Dr. ha T. (ia!)beit, Caldwell, Kan. "My cure began from the first application of D. I). D. My skin is now as smooth us a baby's. I wouldn't titke a thousand ' dol lars for what D. D. D. has done for me," writes August Santo, of Chillicothe, Ohio. These are just samples of let ters w care receiving every day from grateful patients all ovr'e the country. "Worth its weight in gold,"--"All my pimpbs washed away by D. D. D , " '1 found inst ant relief," "D. D. D. is little short of miraculous.'' Tin he are Ihe words of ot In is in describing tin great skin icinci, D. D. D. Proven by thousands of peo ple cured, for ten ,ears to be absolutely harmless and reliable in every case of skin trouble, no matter what it is. Cct u trial bottle today! In it.. nt cli f oiil . Sold by ,. A. Cay, Druggist. o - Whei eever "Crainliiia" Noel makes a speech to explain his administration it costs the tax payers of that county from fifty; To one hundred dollars. If he makes a speech, absorbing the time of the court ill every county his explanations would cost the State an amount equall ing his salary. Fvery governor's administration should be salutary and not impose burdens of ex pense for explanations. Cull line of Seed Irish Potato es. Onion Sets andCardeu sect). p. d rAirn:b' & , Phone No. 7!. Very reasonably, one Saw Mill one gang IMger, Two Plam is, Three gootl Yoke cattle ami bog Wagon. Kveryt hing pretainiug t a saw mill outfit. Call on or ap ply to, A. W. Roggali, Amorv, Miss , Route 3. The Hoard of Supervisors has been in sesiou during the Week, busily eiigageed with county bus iriess. Telephone Talk No. H. Aside from the fad that the tele phone directory i often referred to as a city guide, it is used for other reference purpose on the average of many hundreds of times daily, and this makes it one of the most valu able advertising mediums; that can fte obt liic d. All bu-ih' s-s conceruc diouhl take iolvantg'f of the Com. pany's ofTer and secure information concerning advertising space in our telephone directories. Call up the oflices of the Company, or address Advertising Department, Nashville, Tetm. a : M i r: i : . a n d t k i. i ; p h o x I : ami ti:m;(;iiai'H company. (Tneoroorated.) FOR SALE. , One registered Ilerkshire Roar at a bargain. Chas. Cunningham, Nettleton, Miss., Eout ,43" Get Rhode Inland Red Eggs from E. D. Murphy. Set your hens for Winter layer. Subscribe for the Weekly. Youcn'towtiUrtcan(l C ffap lie. If you planl jiX Ferry Setl you fl VX rrow actlf what jTt f J X a Xtuopffi (ntltn SL-X t X jtrolu'ioo y lion nrver J Vlr S XXJ f lt e'r where. Ff' r Zaf TjT fail Annual V ir Irr e on requet X S B. M. miT f 0. CIRCUIT COURT. Circuit Court, Ibm .1. II. Mi hell, .presiding, Ceo. Mil! District Attorney, ,,,,,,! l( denda of court officials, .mi ii ed here, Monday. Thcctiuit "as regularly organized b, .Irauurc the gran. I ami petit .pit i. s, ,,m, ,- Which Judge Mitchell ..-lltr..i H exhaustive charge whnh .-.u ried weight and convict ion to his hearers. Mr. W. D Walf-m was appointed forinan and the grand jury utt red act i ! i.p on t he diseha I ge of its 1 1 1 1 1 1 s A liumebr of candidates tor State and District ofliets m.idc announcements at the ,- . nni" session. The criminal dot ki t it ht j.., th Mirt this Week, alnlthc ails piciou beginninu of t he tetm promises that much business will be disposed of hcfolc Ihe session is ended. , Foley Kidney Pill Are tonic in at tlmi, 'i n. U In i till Ms. A Jie hll llieili. il,c c- ..II kltlliey l.l.l.hler tlmmdeln M.iik I'. AblMMt, WolfeltOI.., N , h.i i I iin aflllt led mdi u t ,c r I lieu ma t imiii , due to uric ;e ii (ti.ii lily kiitlleyn f.llleij to te;ir out n( Inv Moot). I wan s.i l.uiif la my feet, ami JointK, aiiiihat k tliiit it h.i aM'ii.v t" lilt- III Ht p. 1 ls.-i I'tile) Kiiille I'llld lor tlilec 1 1 . i M when I w.m iil'lc to fi t. iiji ninl naie altoiit ,t 1 1 ' I the palllH Were all cone. Tills r.le.il I'lliitlKC ill I oinllt loll 1 owe Iii I'ti'iiy Klilllty Pills llinl It'coin nieinl Iiu in to any one Miffci hin u I h.ixe .... J. U. LEWIS Our announcement columii this morning, presents the nunc , Mr. .1. It. law is, who is a candi date for Supervisor of the l'irt District. . Mr. Lewis is a gent leiu.i n. well versed in the practical liu-iins-, a t fa irs of ! I : e. ,1 III I is ,1 I I I in Im- liever in good roads and oilier public improv i im nl s that tun dllce to Ihe prospet iitv and coincidence of the people, lie Is a stjiiiUfh democrat and has till ed f v it h eminent satisfaction a r ioliV. iMsitiolls of lespMllsibil it . He is ipialifietl in every was to make an excellent siipi i visor and should the voters eelect him to tlit place, would applv IhihmIi with energy ami fidelily to ,d ways guard their interests ami advance the general good. $100 REWARD, $100. ''he teatlcls of this paper v. id be pleased to lea ill that t he i . at. least one d l eadei I 1 1 1- e.t i ! i i i science has been able In n: in all stages , and t hat is ci ,i Hall 's ca t a rrli cu i e is tin n i postive cure How kllnWll 1 ti . Ilietl ica I f I a t el n it v 'a t a i I Ii I i i a i i " a constitutional disease. riiiin. a const it ut ioua I t n at ne nt 1 1 1 1 , t 'at a rrli 'ore is taken int i i ia 1 1 act illg d il ei t I X II pun t in- I .h ii i and mucous surfaces ot tie tem t hel i bx tbst i n'. Hi;' I i fMlllnl.lt lull of the dl-ea e, and giving the patient stnnglii I., bu ilditrg up the ci 'ii -1 it i t h -ii and assisting naturte in dmii:' it Wolk. The p' i Ipl It t 1 1 Is I ii much fa it Ii in its i'hi.iIiu . .-. is t hat t hev off, r Mie 1 1 mih 1 1 . . ! I )ol la I s for an; case that 1 1 fails to cure. Send tor li-f uf test iiiioiiia Is. - 1 1 1 1 1 1 'ss. I''. .1. 'he hex 'm . in letlo, Ohio. Sohl b all Di uggist s. Take Hall's l-'amil; P.iU i constipation. It is est i ma 1 ed that the I - 1 1 1 1 - of t lie last .eg is , i t II le III i'Ii a 1 ilig t he office of ( 'mi lit A t t ' ii ne and add i n c a i i it I r t m i : t he ( 'i rcu if ( 'o II I I , Hill 1 1 1 1 I ' i ' the cost of countv govi'tjllin lit ill Moproc, a ii v -.' In-1 1 I a t ,'. . i 1 1 i til Ml. ( Ml a ml SS.( Ml I ( M I p. r v i a I 1 f V on w a lit a i b-l igh t ! Ii I e n p JJuy Chase and Saul mih, i ..: ... or Tea . Sohl b , r. D. Ain i;i; i.- i Phone No. 7!. Another legisbiture dominated likV that of PIJO will fill the State as full of offices and scan dais as an egg is of im at. Select Void" choice at nin e lie member ..00 values lor ,'') e. nts Now- II.V N 1 1 V . The oppMl'tiiui ty is now. Monroe News Store. Foley's Fills What Thr Will Do for You They will cure your backache, strengthen your kidneys, cor. rect urinary irregularities, build ap the worn out tissues, and eliminate the excess uric acid that causes rheumatism. Pre. ventDright's Disease and Dia. bates, and restore health and strength. Refuse substitutes. For Sale by J. h. Shell & Co.