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. I r J . iLU ' 7 THE AOERDEEtl UEECILV IS ISSUED KVKRY FRIDAY MORNING BY THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY CO., I::., CAPITAL STOCK, $1 5,000. Subscription....... $1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on Application TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT AT COLUMBUS. There is heing held in Colum bus an exhibition known as the tubeheulosis exhibition, conduct ed by the National Tuberculosis Association for the study and prevention of that disease. This exhibition is being held in Col umbus under the -jiuspieeH of the Business League, Commercial Lea gii-, Daughters of the Confeder acy, Daughters of the American devolution. King's Daughters, V. M. C. A.. Tri-Couuty Medical Society, and the State 'Hoard of Health. This exhibition is purely educational and free from com mercial features. There are no charges for admission. The purpose of this exhibition is to. make known to the people the wide spread ami prevaleuc.V of tuberculosis or consumption, to point out the means for the pre vention and cure, and atthe same time to suggest practical methods to nil who will join in thecam paign against needless disease and premature death. There is no r "thfng daffgeroirs about this exhi bition'. 'I'ltere is 110 siHM'imen of the disease or the human body but it is an einmetientlv attrac tive exhibition. This exhibition will point out fundamental facts which should be known by every person. During the continuance ot lie exhibition there will be illus trated talks with a series of plat I'rom conferences and a -program i.f special addresses twice daily. This exhibition consists of models of the various sanitorial and tub erculosis hospitals of the Cnited States, charts, drawings and pho iographs of the disease in its different stages, also photographs showing the prevention of the I disease and the effect of certain conditions that induce this dis ease. There will be talks inado in a few of the surrounding cit ies by Dr. L. C. Rous, member of the Public Health and Sani tation of the State of Mississippi, and the object of his talk will be to encourage interest in this exhibition and to press upon the people the, necessity for everyone to be edueatld about consump tion. This exhibition will con tinue for the next ten days- and the management is very anxious to have one day set aside and day, for the schools and the cit izens of Aberdeen to visit this exhibition and to see the great, work that is being done along the line of prevention and cure of consumption. HE Am 7 TTTY Ca Jam "VTTVTT vol. as. ABE RDlEEN, MISSISSIPPI, FE . I J 1 V .1 I ' I x 1 i. 1" ' i ; " : - H f ; ' :'- - 1 ' v ii. L4 iL o JMY, .MARCEL 24, 1911. NO. 48 CCITUARIUS AND TRIIJUTLS. Obituaries will b accepted by The Weekly when not exceeding ten linea. free of charge. For each additional line a charge of five cents will be made and collected. For Tribute of Henpect and other publication , emenatlng from lodge or aimnar orifanliatlonii, a charge of five cenU per line will lw niacin for every linn contained. Count seven words to the Una and tnake your own calculation as U the cot In each ciw, WE ARC HOT AFRAID. . The editor of the Weekly is a candidate for the legislature. He has nothing to conceal as to where he stands. He believes as Thomas Jefferson, that a major ity of the people ought to rule. We have our convictions, and wiU always openly express them, but do not arrogate to ourselves sup erior judgement to the prepond erance of our fellow-countrymen. If the majority say that we are wrong, we; will conscientiously trample our convictions under foot, and obey the instructions of the sovereign people. We are not afraid to let the voters know how we are affected on any question, and had rather stay at home, espousing the cause we believe to be right, than to go to the legislature under false pretenses. One thing is certain, however, and that is, that if the editor of this paper should go to the legislature that he will faithfully execute the instruc tions of his constituency wheth er they are his ideas or not. We see things as we see them, and shall advocate them in the light of our convictions, but shall ne ver arrogate to ourelsves super ior intelligence to the vote as ex pressed by a majority of the peo ple. Now, we are tooth and toe nail for Vardaman in the Sena torial race. We are this way, be cause we believe he represents the best interests of our beloved State, but if a majority of our fellow-counrtymen say, by their votes, that we are wrong, we will concede the point, and be just as loyal to rMr. Percy, or Mr. Alexander, as the case may be. PROSPECTUS OP ORffC7TII. Uncle Sam has ulterior designs upon Mexico ami the Central American States bordering the Panama Csnal. It is highly logi cal that this government should control the territory contiguous to such a project. The ambition of nations are like those of -men to grow. The limits of the Nortrt American continent are not be yond the ambition of the Cnited States. This vast territory com prehended in a strong, centraliz ed government would be able to dictate to the world. Mexico is in a state of tumultuous dissatisfac tion. The populace are disgusted with the Diaz rule, and Diaz him self is tired of the strenuous anil cruel ordeal of years. The whole Mexican territory is in easy at titude to become a part of the United States, and the expected may happen as diplomatic and war measures mav develop. Of course the Countries of Europe and Asia are looking on with en vious solicitude, and will obtrude interventious to keep this nation from becoming the master of the world. Tiie Weeklv does not express its opinion as to the wisdom of whet is written above. It mere ly writes of what it sees written on the walk. ABSURD ISSUE. Editor Aberdeen Weekly : For the imformation of the taxpayers of the county. I pre sent some figures on the cost of our Circuit Court so far as the crimnal business is concerned, showing the value, in dollars and cents, of the office of County l'rcsecuting Attorney. In making these figures I have taken into consideration only the Grand Jury, State Witness, Sheriff and Circuit Clerk expenses, because the expense of the Petit Juries, Stenographer and Statutory Al lowances to the Officers is the same year after year, while those items which I include can be made larger or smaller accord ing to the effort made in at tending to the details of each. I have taken Six Terms of Court, or Three Years, ant? made nn average cost for each item, same being as follows; Grand Jury Expense, average per term,. $.":$."".00 Sheriff, Self ami Deput. 1011.00 Clerk Cost, State Cases 162.00 State Witness Fees 477.00 The most absurd issue ever pro jected into a legislature campa ign, is the "Tick question." TliLg is distinctly a matter be tween the people and candidates for supervisor. If the people of any county do not want tick er adicatiou, they can regulate their desires by voting for supervisors who are pledged against the tick law. It is not for any one per son to say whether this quaran tine ought, or ought not to be. The question is left to the -mtell jgence of the majority ooeaeh .VinsioU !"to"SkeTn-i Because THE FARMERS UNION MEET. The Monroe County Farmers' Union, which will meet at Rural Hill, March 30th and 31st, will not 'discuss politics, but neverthe less politics will be obtruded as an outside question. Members of this valuable organization are -itizens of the State and county, and are vested with responsibil ity to discharge a patriotic duty to both. Therefore, on the out side of thus organization, these members are free to exploit their political opinions and preferenc es as other citizens. Issues and men will be as freely considered eaahi member from his own view point, as if he did not belong to the Union. The - object of the Union is nat to stultify its mem ber's political views, but to leave free to indudge as each chooses. While this is true the organiza tiotn has given each light to act Th i fit B m w " tiit at. 47 U ce -Arffumerafc uing a Once in a But. Usually 1 1 rpn just because the price is cheap, it like ? pea is unaer. ifij time you pick a winner. t. -1 1 -Vlr LI- .J 1 J... ... lor the man x. l D . , , 1 runs tne game; out itL i l( --J.,-!, more unprofitable than buying a cheap wagon. I fc2 (J:nbling foss might be forgotten, but the cheap waf?7?ttfe forget. There is always something wrong with it, Tryjcnething needing mending or Axing, a constant ens.nS rry to its owner. . " - Wth the The ZI'iKk -2 Jbosw 3 Cell U and Guarantee it ' " --lr ! m m B-vapvAf invert - -nfr tt-i day you Uj a wagon you are proud to own. ann & Hartare Com pany We Need Them All. An adequate neirro NchNl j building, a city hall, and pave I jtrt'et are trying needs of .ber j!en at this time. The election j to secure all these things will 'take place April 11th. Let every -I body weigh these matters, mid J vote the best interests of the .town. We cannot grow utile we ! make effort in that direction. I The town is in fine financial eon ,dition to make invent incut for development. Now is the time to 'put a good foot forward and puh internal improvements. I't us be up and doing vote for is suanee of the IkuhIm, and put Ab erdeen in the wagon of progress. ARE WE ABLE? Securing a wile for a city park in a more considerable quest inn than many would think. The cit izens of no town can enjoy re creative blessings wihtoiif mk i a place. It is idle to s;iv that we don't iieed.it. The history of thousands of cities, through huu dreds of en rut, denies the asset ,111111. 1 lie tiling to lo Is to se- cure a central location ,,r a cit jpark while it may be li.nl. It Stakes years to make a p.irk. l!. t- ter begin now, it" we are able, ami the Weekly thinks we unable. Speedy Kidney Relief From Trouble 1 hud an acute attack of Hei ghts disease with inflammation o the kidneys and bladder, and diz ziness," asyK Mrs. ('01a Thorp, Jackson, Mich. "A bottle f Fo ley's Kidney Tills overcome the attack, reduced the inflammation took away the pain and made the bladder action normal. 1 wish that everyone could know' of this wonderful remedy. Fo- ;,le by, .1. L. Shell & IV, NEED REBA WRITES. Xlf you are in a IIUIIRY. Phone I i V It I aint got no eddic;:shun, an . . "h F. I). CARTER & CO., - 1 -na Vn 7Q iiunu xxv xxuxxxxx i . I. gioiuuivir nur retrick, but lie gwine ter rite wutt time ter fher Weekly. :x I 'lonira ter thet klass whnt the sekret kowcuss craner calls 44 Red I necks, Hill Uillicti, an Riff raff," but thar aint no wool grow-in l' Itxy and Bladder Diseases. ! Messrs. Percy and Alexander, iare assiduously engaged in at ! tempts to destroy Vardaman. I Their speeches are couched in .language to smirch his charae iter and to create prejudice. If these gentlemen have any merits i to present to the voters why they I should be chosen to 1 he Cnited States Senate over Mr. Varda man. why don't they talk them jotit, instead of trying to kill off a man, whom the people Know I ucr 1 nail iney. Mr. Vardaman has stood the test of public life, as editor, as j , .'nvrriinr of the State, and all 1 Another name is added to our! else. The people will not heed a j announcements for Justiec of tin j character smirchinlg campaign Peace, of the Western Division ' with all lh lights before them. I of the Second District. Mr. E. E. Simmons, well known' TV&tl?' E. E. SIMMONS. U of people die annually of h a vahl m" ,,0,n,'st ntlv-l I4 & d Bladder trouble whose I man. offers lor the plaee. Among; iii Lslu'tL Total Average, Cost per Term. $2185.00 Average amount collected from fines, witness fees, jury and sten ographer tax etc- $170.00 Average Net Cost, per Term $2015.00 Expense March Term, 1911 (Ira ml Jury, 386.00 Sheriff. Self Deput. 811.00 Clerk Cost, State cases 56.00 State Witness Fees 185.00 uouueaf .stuvi that matter for itsself. one county does not want the benefits of a particular law, is no reasou why it should seek to deprive other counties that may need it, of those rights. Epsecial ly is this true, when the law leaves it entirely optional with local authorities to avail them selves as their constituency may wish. The "Weekly, does not mean to say whether the people of Mon roe county need the tick law, or not. To be plain, it does not ex actly know, but we do know that! the voters have the opportunity of expressing their convictions when they vote for supervisors. The thing which the Weekly now wishes to stamp as a fictitious issue is the projection of this tpiestion into the legislature cam paign. It has no more place in it than a hog in a parlor, and the voters are hereby warned to not be detracted! away from the main issues by suhterfuges that appeal, only to ignorance, and prejudice. Now, any man of ordinary in telligence knows that the statut es of the State, or the Cnited States, do not force upon the peo pie of Monroe county a tick tuarantine, unless our I5oaru ot Supervisors so elect. Every per son, also knows, that the super visors had rather carry out tne popular sentiment than not. This article concludes with the state ment that questions of this na-! jf VOu bur your Easter Post true are obtruded into the leg-. Cards elsewhere, yon will get old lslature campaign to obscure otn-t -flock. Better come here. ther plow, and feeds ther wjr r--V - doan stan' tergither an' trf - v - . wv and Bladder trouble whose I ". often lor the place. Among; y. -i. . .,.,1.0 iv. k., the :..,ui.. .1 ........1 .. 11 1.:....! wti.-Z r-r.i - - rn! . ... . . . ? 1 . . v 1 1 1 t . . i- ! I III' Aril'f (II iai ri I' I ! 1 1 1 1 T 1 1 I IV 1 1 1 i ...f T.X - w ...... . bout my eyes whut km be puiieo ,VRA-CURA, the pe-t Soutm-rn for tmt ace. none is superior M S?CCJAL OFFER: over em. 1' leaves in wnu-v .7y- " "TV- " t,, jr Simmons aird if the vo-! , Atri.iwiu - 1 f -.1 Loeiimnlations imt.of thehVB. I 'O .millions, .liru ll iim t . v wi imr wniuiul ciitlnr. spremacy lurever, an iareei?' ; v ..t t wiw.,.1.1 ..i,,.,..,, i.;,., u..x- mII!I7 ir7f rrtirtini nvnftu. noxv. ii jciins " .-. j, . -i JMMit)i8 naiure 10 duiki up new , 1,.. , kiimm iitm in trcUnu- n an' we'll go to the eternal wows. Now ther Pearcv an' Elexantf V in all relations of life,, domestic. , ... , l I uiiri ( I , IIIC V II I limy serin uri iui uui jrvpic ouu his country. It is impossible to separate educational aims along any line frtlm the work of this organiza tic n. It comprehends them all for the uplifting of society and humanity. The pol itical, no more than the educa tional, nor social can be ignored in the great work that lies "be fore it. It is not meant to infer that politics is taught as perti nent to particular issues or men, but that the great truths of pol itical science, as well as other sciences, are inculcated to the guidance of its members in the exercise of any individual right. ' I xA f t.-n AA j I . . . t 'ptuwl jiff er gang sez Mister" Vardyman ri, - V ,w for Baseball outfits. in AROE NEWS STORE Wc VS, on free passes, an' sent free tel-TJ - ABERDEEN IIDW. CO. MONROE NEWS, STOhi.. 1 1 y ; ,A;, JPj) egraph. Sposin he, did aint it y WOMEN, sell guaranteed hose.! Total Cost March Term, 1911. $imoo Amount Collecte! from fines, wit ness fees, jury and stenographer, tax. etc.- $4:iS.00 Net Cost March Term, 1911. 1000.00 Reduction from average eost here tofore. $1015.00 Average Yearly Amount of fines collected by Justice of the Peace, during past 'five years $1150.00 Amount of fines collected from April 1st. 1910. smOO.OO tlaiu in past year- $1950.00 Verv Truly, Ben II. McFarland, Co. Pros. Atty. Doubtless in a very short time Aberdeen will have free mail jle- liverv. The Unitd States Inspec tor has been' here during - the rxu.?r a t1 has looked over tte t -:-:- l.- .-Ji-'s and rer-trr " nr. i-" Better get one of those Cedai Moth Bags. Odorless and guar anteed to keep moths away from your winter clothing, furs, blank ets, etc., For Sale, OMLY AT, MONROE NEWS STORE. HH'iiU' (Blji:liit!:i A few yews Ihfes machines were hardly thought of, nor was Seott's Ediuloion in summer. Now Scoff's Emulsion is as much aeum mer as a winter remedy. Science did it. clar that he dun it fur a patrio tic, purpose? Iz yer gwine ter liurt a man caze he dun er gool Lthing' not of the kourt nose it self. We iz bin argylyin up her why 'tis Mr. Pea rev an' Mr. El ixamder, two agin wun, doan sez as whut tha iz fur, 'stid of scan dalizen Mr. Vardymaix. We iz. all kum ter ther 'klushun thet tha kaint sa' nuffin gO(xl uv themsel ves an takes it out in lam hast in Mr. Vardyman. I specks I iz er redneck', er hillbillie, er siimtin else, hut how be sum ever ez thet mav be I iz got nui sense irr vote fur, Vardyman, in ther in- rest uv fare 1 lections, an white spremacy furever. Yores, Need Helm, ers of greater importance. The voter, who will suffer himself to be decoyed from his main inter est by such absurdity, is to be intieil indeed. M0NR03 HEWS ST0SS. Mr. Percy, at Lexington drew a crowd of 400 to hear him. On the ame day 4.000 listened to There will be many slick tricks, Vardaman at Cleveland. But turned in politics this year. Keep n the meanwhile Mr. Alexander "ii ' . . .... vour ej-es open, ana you win s-e;ls biiKli-whackuag in the thickets them ALL.. j speaking to- crowds of 75 and j 100. Thus appears the Senatorial Subscribe for the Weekly. contest at thw time. fv.3 L f -cVvC V x 1 M :" :V- w-1' !-,7-3 '.n-have the least lymptom of j fte, Mtu uld uae tui reme- If be I l.wal. 11 en i1ih-i : ' .---Ik. T -"Vrnl .1 : li.l... l.M arl. Ol Ail M lit U TO Writs to-dxy; Mention thin Paper. INFLAM MATION AND PAIN I ie eannot supply it. hairs in all sizes Ret ready to I .ranger Mt.cine i ompany. . a-VA VMtr winter rlnthinrr from : 1L ' . 4 IW Bh. i M . j - .. - a : ; I .!-. 1 1 . Ik 4 ol milt fKDU, iU. to ryrr.f f-t. f.eU tiff Mi4 rr.iv. thl. vaJkfcl c-H.'''' .'t ."ft j....' 4. ivUMf -vitu III feltf inooga. Ten it. j moths. We sell them exclusively j ,;; xi 9 1 !. -t,. tun purKitt til Hmmh. it The latest designs in Washing- IThe on Bi uick. 0 per cent profit. Make lj Mv child was burned terribly about the face, neck and chest. I annlied Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. The pain ceased and the child sank into a restful sleep. Mrs. Nanev M. Hanson. Hain- buiy, N. Y. UR. VARDAMAN WILL CPEAE IIERE. Mr. Vardaman is expected to address the people of Monroe County at Aberdeen about April the 14th. He does not need a Cir cuit Court to get a crowd. Thou sands of people will flock to hear him. whatever the date he an nounces to speak in this county Mr. Vardaman is the greatest re former since the days, of any, body, and points the entire south to a poliey that means prepetua peace and prosperity to this sec tion. Whatever the date he an nounces to sneak, don't fail to hear him. on Birthdav Post Cards. 'nine ' dailv. Full or part time. IS.-.gin-; l'nt l.til to push and pull for . - -.41 I rill x liulil Monroe News Store. ners investigated. Stron- Knit. Ab.-rdrt-n. The cciisik of lUox 402.). West Philadelphia. Pa. ! should r.-;.. ". II'L'0 NOTICE! Our annual Sale of Canned and Fancy Goods will begin Monday, March 20th and lasts 3 days. Hv member, at this sale everything- is marked down re gardless of cost.- All fresh new kk1s. Don't miss this opportunity to fill your pantry with uood things -i to eat at very little cost. We hope to see you Mon day, March 20th. Everything in Shelf Goods go. 'Phone 79 F. D. CARTER & CO. Foley Kidney Pillt Ai. touli; In action, quick In r tiiillw. A Hju-cial in'li-iii( for all kitlmy ami Llalbjr dlhonlers. Mary C. Abbott, W'olfeboro, N. II., Kayti: I wiiH afflitti with a bad rase of 1 iK'iunal if in, due to uric a bl that my ki'imyg f.iil-l to Har out of my blood. I wae lainn iti my J' t, and ( joim.s, aiMlhuck that it wan agony for mi- to i-ii ji, i u. -d i ob-y Kidney Tills for three day when I able lo p and move aliout and the pain were all gone. Thi iveat change in condition I owe to Foley Kidney and recommend them to any one hliffeiing as I have. - - -l ull line of Seed IiUh Potato es. Onion Sets a nd( ia i den seed. F. i. t Ai!Ti:i; & '.. Phone No. 7;. Don't use harsh physics. The reaction weakens the bowels, and leads to chronic constipation. Get Doan's Regulets. They operate easly, tone the stomach, and will enre constipation. T7AI7TZD. rc Cact7 cm, who knows hotr to xrzztz crciy dsj and is ncl tZzll d xrzxh, to da tslirit: tl3 TiZ c3 trbi xZ trrTi rra trill m MM Fertilizer! We are supplving the well-known MERID IAN HOME MIXTURE FERTILIZERS and PHOSPHATES. Our stock is ample and you know the goods is RIGHT. The analysis of the State Chemist shows positively that the MERIDIAN goods run higher in plant food than any other Fertilizers offered in Aberdeen. If you have been using this Fertilizer, then don't take any chances by trying other goods 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 leavc the decision to them. Try some row by row beside what others claim to be their lest and note the result Our price is right and we w ill make the terms satisfactory. Yea enn't tow thi-flc -nd r an na 11 you nlant ri-rry reed prow t xadly w hat yourxpi-ct indai a proiuMon tion nevi excelled Respectfully. LLJUiJl ;g Si. V7FV x LT5 ii ?l?4r mtke ihrm rr- 4 ,!'fTV. liahK -.-ir jle w V V TIT 1811 4 A-mial CjXr Irfe on rf quest X S D. M. F1BBT C0 J f PrlroH. UUtL Telephone Tnk No. M. Af-ide from the fact tlmt tlie teli nlione directory if often referred to n 11 r'lty irniilc, it i iwil for othei refer 1U e purpose oil tlie jiVefHgeof many hundred!" of tirneK daily, and thi in.ik--: it one of the inol vain al!c advcrliHiiii: medium that ;ii ' ohtjiiiied. All liU-inef f-oi.eerni- "liould t;tke advantnne 'f 'I" t "in piiiv'" otTer an 1 cet ine jiif .rin;iliiri eom el nmji ildvertlHIiK tp;U' III our telepliotic dife( iuriex. ('all Up tli filliresi of lla- Company, or addrow Advertising Peparttnent, Nashville, Term . "Cl'M I V. II . A X I ) TE L V; Vll 0 V K am. TF.LKCUAril COMPANY. (fnoorooratel.) YvtTf Crli xi x I mortis f Our srcctAL errca ccriTS FAMOUS COLLECTION t m J " lf - fc-l l""S.X . . I ; 'y. :t: " --' . 1 VvTf I I Piaiiton Y I carrier j fKCtl f , FOR IO CC .''- wr !! Ml' H k lx.ru. .L.u.ix Cured by Lydia II. Pinkliaiir Vegetable Compound. CriMton. Iowa.-' I was trnuMod for a lung titiiu with liiilmiiinutioii. palm in my Hide, mi u headache it and in i VoiisnehH. I had t.l. kfii ho many inedi cineH that J was l 1 i.c o 11 1 a t; 1 d it 11 il tliMiht 1 would never get Well. A llietid told tlie el' J.vdi.i ;. J 'ink tut m'-t Vt'Ktalde Coll.. pound and it ie. htored tne to health. 1 have 110 tin. rn aln, iny nervi n ro Kt rotifer and I ran h my own work. I.vdU K. Pinkhaui'it 'eetah 'oiiipoiind run-d toe after 1 vi rythiiur else hail failed, and 1 rec. omiiieiid It tooth r riiinetinpr women. ' -Mi:k. Wm.Nkai. t'.i.-i V. Jlowanl M , ("iejtoii, Iowa. TIioiih.iihU of unHnlielteil and penu (no testimonial like the ahove prove tho cfliilem-v of Lydia II. 1'inkhain'n Ven:etahl 'moinid, which in luadu exclusively front rontu and lierhn. V'ornen who Miffer from those dl (reMslncr ill nhoiild not lose hi pi it of tlu-Kp facta or douht the ahility of Lydia Ii. 1'iiikham'n Ye-etahlu Coui)Kinud to restore their health. If yon want e-lai nlvlo vrll foMm. I'inKliuni, nt Lynn, J1uh. Hho will treat your 1 1 tier ax Htrictly confidential. l'orO yi'iirx olm hart liren lielpimr sh k women In tli in wny, 1 1- !' lutr;e. lon't lit'iltal write ut onee. See nur lieautii'ul Master 1'ost CurdN, before luvin. Monroe News Store. Very reaKonaldy, one Saw Mill one tati I'-djer, Two I'laiiec, Three l-oo Yoke cattle and Lo-r Y1if-0n. Everything pretiiinin to a Kiiw mill 011I fit. Call on or .111 )ly to, .1. W. Itof'an, Ainorv, Miss lioute .!. MM il - Ml $100 REWARD, $100. The readers of HlH paper will ie pleased to lealll that there i i it least one dreaded disease that. seiellee lias heeil ;ihle to ein e in all stages , and that is eatanh. Hall's catarrh cine is the . 1 1 1 postive cure now knov, n to tin- medical iratei iiit . Catarrh hein a constitutional disease, reiiiiii -a constitutional treatment. Hall's (,'atanh Cure is taken interuallv. iictilic; directly IImi the hi. Mid and mucous surfaces of the s s tern therein- dest ris i 1 the foundation of the disease. . t I y i v i ti tr the atiint strenoht h I 1 1 i 1 1 1 u r ijt ii 1 he con "-.I it ut ion aAsistinu; natiirie in iImiii" work. The iioriii ietors Ii.ivi much faith in it curative o . ... 1 1- . i. ti 1 ers thin tnev oiler 'Mie I 1 1 1 1 1 1 r-1 - I Dollars for an ease that il fails to etire. Send for li-t i t.et imonia Is. .dd rcss. J ". .1 , 'heliey V 'i , . T. i ledo, Ihio. Sold h all I rurtist s. Tak.- Hall's Camils Pill., f-.r const ipat ion. . .. Vh pay mote when we -ill it for less? at. aisi:kii:i: m , If win want a ilelijhtful eiip. Jii. ('hase and Sanhoin, ( oftci or Tea. Sold In, i'. i). cAirn:i.' & o. Phone No. 7!. Select Mill!' choice al OtU'C. J J . Illi'lilher .1.HI allles for .i'l cent Now -- iJuy .--Now . The oiiort Din ty is now. Mollfoe News Stole Foley's Pills What They Will Do for You They will cure your bacVachc, strengthen your kidneys, cor. rect urinary irregularities, build op the worn out tissues, and eliminate the excess uric acid thatcausea rheumatism. Pre. Ytot Cright'e Disease and Dia. batea, and restore health and ctrcrjth. Refuse substitutes. ; Foe Sale by J. L. Shell & Co.