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Which lasts the longest, the bepy of the bride or the grief of the widow? ( The bald headed man is always a believer in the theory that there is room at the top for hair. ' Perhaps the discharge of that pilot was the first chance the President had to express himself after the bishop beat him that gdire of tennis, If you take DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills you will get prompt re lief from backache, weak kidneys, in flammation of the bladder and urinary .troubles. A weeks treatment 25 cents. Sold by St Clair Drug Co. Tupelo, Miss., and all druggists. y - l' Here is a line from a poem in one of the late ladies' magazines: "My love is clad in sunbeams' with a rainbow round her brow." Rather thinly dressed for October, is'nt she? Every time a town man buys chick en feed these days, he complains that it don't pay to keep chickens in town "they eat their heads off." That isn't all the town chickens do, either. ''.: Don't get out of patieuce with, the baby when it is peevish and restless, and dont wear yourself out worrying night and day about it-just give it a lit-j tie Cascasweet. Cascasweet is o cor rective for the stomachs of babies and children. Contains no harmful drugs. Sold by St. Clair Drug Co." Tupelo Miss, and all druggists. A Chicago minister has stgrjed.aii' , endless chain of protest against the President drinking champagne upon ny occasion-. Doubtless the move ment will fizzel out, however. i. The scarcity of wood pnlp does not alarm Indiana authors. The British Museum contains books written on oyster shells, and Indiana's southern boundary isthe mussel-bearing Ohio. Orlitin Cure for Croup-Used lor teij years without a failure. iMr. W. C. Bolt, . a .Star. City, Ind., hp.rdwt;:v' merchant, is" enthusiastic in his pr,aise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. His children hive nil been subject to croup and he has used this remedy for the past ten years, and though they much feared the croup, his wife and he always felt safe, upon '-e-tiring when a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy vvps in the house. His oldest child was subject to severe at tacks of croup, but this remedy never Tailed to effect a speedy cur. He has recommended it to friends and neigh bors and all who have used it say that it is unequaled for croup and whoop ing cough. . For sale by All Dealers. About the only change we can see in women's hats since . last season, is that they have turned the kitchen around so that it faces the street and put the front porch in the backyard. What is the ideal condition of ser- enity? asks a New York clergyman. Well, there is, for instance, the desire to hum a cheerful air after "central" has informed you for the eighteenth time that the line's busy. Mr. C K. Slonuefjer The world Seems dark and life not worth living to the person who suffers from indigestion and stomach trouble year in and year out, in spite of his efforts to be cured. But it is all a question o being fortunate enough-to strike the right medicine. C. K. Slon neger, Liberty, Ind., says the right med icine for indigestion and stomach trou ble is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which cured him. It is absolutely guaranteed to do what is claimed, and if you want to try it before buying.send your address for a free sample bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co., 119 Caldwell Bldg., Monticello, 111. It is sold by all druggists at 50c and $1 a bottle. If you are a borrower of the news paper and read this article you ought to be ashamed ef yourself. If the paper is not Worth the price you ought not to read it at all. If it is worth it you aught to pay for it like othejpeo ple ' ' , . Bryan and Tillman are two very popular Chautauflua lecturers, ' but Bryan is generally considered to be the broader man of the two. This is perhaps true, Cor Bryap 'is agin the government, while Tillman is only agin the nigger. : j -' -v How lo. Cure a Cold. - The question of how to cure a cold with but unnecessary loss of tine is one in which we are all more or less interested, for the quicker a cold is . gotten rid of the less the danger of pneumonia an.t other serious diseases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va., has used Chatrberlain's Cougb Rem edy tor years and say; I firmly believe Champerlain's Cough remedy to. le absolutely the best preparation. gr the market for colds., I have recommended it to my friends and they all agree with me." For sale by all druggists. Some men are harder haters than some women. lie careful its mighty eesy to commit foolishness. A doctor sometimes 'makes a great reputation by a few lucky guesses. Tliey make you feci Rook TJie pleasant purgative effect expen ienced by all who use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful. Price 25 cents. Samples free at all" dealers. . . , , . The boys the girls chase the most ardently are usually the most no-account. ' L Doesnt it grind you to have an ene my who always attends ' to his ' own business: A man with a jack knife and noth ing to do, always damages some wood en substance. You never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedy s Laxative Cough Syrup. They like jt because it tastes nearly like maple Sugar. Kenne dy's 'Ltixative Cough Srop is a safe, sure and prompt , Vemedy for coughs irtrd colds and1 is good for every mem ber of the family. Sold by St. Clair Drug Co. Tupelo Miss, and all drug gists. You have often heard ol a winning smile,' .but d$ tfJW-r-knoVMrow. to .pttjrtii'e; on and wear ltr A man w ho talks too much should not smoke. It takes too many matches to keep his cigars lit. Young folks have a good deal of fun in looking at their Pa's "likeness" when he .vas himself young and dressed up. Thomas A, Edison, the great Amer ican inventor, says: Fully eighty per cent of the illness of manKind comes from eating improper" food or to much good; people are. are inclined. , to .over indulge themselves". This is where indigestion finds its beginning in near ly every case. The stomach can do just s6 much work End no more, and when you eat the wrong kind, the di gestive organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them. It is at such times that the stomach needs help; it e'eniauds help, and warns you by headache, belching, soiir stomach, nausea and indigest:on. You ' should attend tooth's at once by taking some thing that will actually do the work for the stomach. Kodal will do this. It is a combination 'of natural digestanls and and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach. It is pleasant to take. It digests what you eat; Sold by St. Clair Drug Co. Tupelo Miss, and all Druggists. " The prices of all kinds of provisions are going up so steadily that the groc eries are thinking of cleaning off a place on the floor in each store for folks to fall down on and have a lit the next time they have to be told that the prices have raised again. An exchange says that there is noth ing startling in the fact that a well knoAii sculptor has chosen Fitzsim mons, an ex-champion of the prize ring, as a model for the stable of a gladiator. Nothing startling," except that the sculptor has probably never seen Fitzsimmons. Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 years. . I have been afflicted with sore eyes for thirty-three years. Thirteen years ago I became totally blind and was for six years. My eyes were badly in flamed. One of my7 neighbors insisted upon my trying Chamberlain's Salve and gave me half a box of it. To my surprise it fn-aled my eyes and my sight came back to me.-P. C. Earles, Cynthiana, Ky. Chamberlain's Salve is for sale, by all druggists. ' Her Collection. They had met for the first time at the seashore some 30 minutes- pre viously. "Pardon my' presumption!" he began, "but I er " "Well?" interrogated' the summer girl, as he hesitated. "Will you er permit nie to add an other engagement ring to your collec tion?" he concluded. A Most Worthy Article When an article has been on the lard's Horehound Syrup. - It positively cures coughs and all pulmonary dis eases. One of the, best known mer chants in Mobile Ala., says For five years my family has not been troubled with the winter coughs. We owe this to Ballard's Horehound Syrup., I know it has saved my children from many sick spells. Sold by St. Clair Drug Co Tupelo and Bearden & King Okolona. "What Do TbeyJCure? Tho above question Is often asked con cerning Dr. Pierce's two leading medi cines, "Golden M;dtcul Discovery" and "Favorite Prescription." Tho answer is that .'Golden Medical Discovery " is a most potent alterative or blood-purifier, and tonic or lnvli?orutur and acts espcciully favorably In a cura tive way upon all the mucous lining sur faces, as of the nasal piissacs, throat, bronchial tubes, stomach, bowels and bla Idec-.-curiiiij a largo per cent, of catar rhal caVis whether 4be disease affects the nasal parages, the throat, larynx, bron chia, stomachNfas catarrhal dyspepsia), bowels j (an nimtpjO,li!r4i!'ni: bladder, uterus or other pelvic orgarw Even in ffioTpsHt. Is oftm successful In affectr KLchrontc "''"""v mgp "' "fi -"!:':? j m; " f avtj ite Prpscrfntton'Mg advised liuii el iisH of a im'.u ses tuufr.fl forlfiii ciiii' 7t Di'culiar. weakliest Irrfflii'iTfltiiM inrkbnii tawo,p'n o nTv Is a powerful jet .gerjCTy acting irivigofat ing tonic and nervine. For weak worn out, over-worked yomen no matter what has caused the break-down, "Favorite Prescription "will bo found mot effective in building up the strength, regulat ng the womanly functions, subduing pr.lu and bringing about a healthy, vigorous condition of the whole system. A book of particulars wraps each bottle giving the formulieof both medicines and quoting what scores of emindnt med ical authors, whose works are consulted by physicians of ail tho schools of practice as guides in prescribing, say of each in gredient entering into these medicines. The words of praise bestowed on tho several ingredients entering into Doctor Pierce's medicines by such writers should have more weight than any amount of non - professional . testimonials, because such men are writing for tho Kuidaite" of their medical brethren and know whereof ihey speak. : ISotn medicines are non-alcoholic, nonn secret, and 'contain no harmful habit forming driiti.-i, boiiiR composed of glyceric' extracts of the roots of native, American medicinal forest .plants They are both sold by. dealers in 'medicine. You. can't afford to accept is a substitute for one of .-these .metftotiMttM known composition, any fri!iwstrquu f Dr. Papeete Uellets. small, supar-coated.l eaw ;f-.tae 4s.:ea,miy, regulata'ai. U ViKoratAstomaeli;' live'1 and bo wdk: -:,(; .' STitlL BEARS FINS FRUIT. Grapevine Is Proli'.c, Though a Can- ! tury.apd ai.H.if Old,. j Although it has b : n bor.rlnrr Incious fruit for the sovcreiiv.is of :ln ,'and for nearly 150 year.;, the great rai.o vine near Cuuibcrhu l -lodge, Windsor, is siiil putting forth fresh shoots, and looks in better condition at 'the pres ent time, than it has demo for many years, says a London report, rfouie of the .bunches th!s year welh us much as four or- ft ' pounds each, and the marked inii-i-v.ement in the i strength of the v.;'. j:ry',n';ly due j to the fact that- n new Ria-tS e, giving more room :..-!.! light, has been erected ovejv it,,by lUo kiuy's special j ins'riictipjis... Abotit, ii.bunehes oi' bhtek i-laiiibui-s fe'ia; es are uow hang-!:i-j"r.om the .- . "..;! Mji one year; uu.'tiv; -the reign f th? laro Queen Victor:- 2,000' bunches Were, reared. ; Kingi:;i'V..Vd, fr'Avoror, 'eonsMrt'i M this tqo many, ;.iul.,iho .ujimlier .has since never exccede.l, .'l(W'-0: ; ? ' , " ' Messrs, !Kili'l,anl lluvtis. . Thousands of people have stomach trouble, constipation, indigestion, sick headache, etc.and don't know what to do for it. Perhaps the experience of Mr. Rid'.ll, Postmaster at Brucevilie, Tex., ana1 Mr. Burns, Wabash R. R. engineer, Bcthent, III., will suggest a method Both of these men take plea sure in saying that they cured them selves with Dr: Caldwell's Syrup Pep-,, sin. It is absolutely guaranteed to do what is claimed; and if you want to try it before buying, send your address for free sample bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co.. 119 Caldwell Bldg.. Montecello. "III. It is sold by St. Clair Drug Co., Tupelo, and all druggist at 0 cents and $1 a bottle. He "Looked Cver" the House. . Leaving the key of ail empty liousu with a neighbor in order that likely tenants may inspect the prem;n:s la common. . The ov,-ner cf a house on Lexington Avenue, New York, fcs.s for good reasons decided to keep the key of his house himself for the fir., ire. Rearing that some one had been "looking over" the house, the land lord called on tins old woman who had been intrusted with the key. "Well, Mrs. ," he said. "So you've had a party after the house?" "I'm not too sure," was the reply. "Wants time to think it over, maybe?" ' "No, I .don't think he does. What he wants -is an opportunity. When he got the key he went across the street, and as I heard frothing from him for an hour or so, I followed. He'd taken all the door knobs and every ounce of loud about the place, but he'd left the house. Maybe he's coming back for that, too, as he didn't return the key." Some Good Medical Advice Throw away pills and strong cathar tics which are violent in action, and always have on hand Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which cures constipa tion and all disease arising from stom ach, liver and bowel troubles. It wi cure old or young, and is the greatest family rtnedy that a home can have Keep , a bottle always at hand. You may need it any moment. It is abso lutely guaranteed to do what is claimed and if you want to try it before buying, send your- address for a free sample bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co.. 119 Cald well Bldg., Monticello, III. It is sold by St. Clair Drug Co., Tupelo and all druggists at 50 cents and $1 a bottle.' THH Or.lGiriAl. CAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KEKKEDY'S LAXATIVE K0XYTA3 tt CloTtr BtoMcm (nil Bnv Be Erery BsUlft in "Good Queen Dees'" Time. ' There is an amusing letter written by the Karl of Leicester to Lord Bur leigh as to the lack of sufficiently strong ale for the queen at Hatfield. "(There is not one drop of good drink for her here. We were fain to send to London and Keuilworth and divers other places where ale was; her own beer was so strong as there was no man able to drink it." Ale and bread were the chief Items of the royal breakfast. The quantity, of ale conmimed by ladies at breakfast in those days was considerable, for in the reign of Henry VIII. the maids of honor were allowed for breakfast "one cht loaf, one manchet, two gallons of ale and a pitcher of wine." A Lady Lucy made a mighty tonic of the national brew. Her breakfast was a chine of; beef, a loaf and a gal lon of ale; and for her pillow meal a posset porridge, a generous cut of mutton, a loaf and a gallon of ale. For Married Fblk. ' ' A great physician, who had a big reputation not only as a clever doctor, but also as a healer of matrimonial disagreements, bnce told Dulwer Lyt tori, the novelist, the secret of his suc cess.. He used to order the husband away to one place, under, the pr tense of its being necessary for hirii to' drink the waters, and send the wife somewhere else. He declared that in nlnety:iiine cases out of a hundred if the husband and wife could be y re lented from' seeing each other for six weeks, when they met.., once more there was a remarkable increase of af fection. , .,, " .,. , . ,.. , j rhe only thing his been that they could not stand seeite eaelj pther so much," he explained.;--, '; : : DeWilt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for little burns and big burns, small scratches or bruises and big ones. It is healing and soothing. Gbod-; fqrVpiles.' 'Sold bySt.CmlV; Drug Co. and alj druggists!"" ' DiVOKCE PC:-:'L.AR IN CCYPT. Separation ef Ccss There Involves No Disc-race. .- There :iro few j.:.-., i,i I'vl-io ; a :t the a;:;' ur years " wi:o hv ;t' not be.'J married at least t wice, ami I he majoi' iiy 6V w mien over 16 have made a lu; if de-.-.eii or o r.i.u.1:a.:ii.tl experi meui:'. T'.'ore is y:-:;r.ire attached to divorie'ia CM,. luuiual admi--ratton- wanes, with Ilia- houeyrnopn nheie is it,uhiag -Lure .iiuiural ,Lo the KS-i"!-n fi'i;Hr;ban ,t the dtfsalis ilctil , any take tiv toward r..mther U'M.i. ' , " , i;a,-i i.i :e is univr-val i" Vypt. There uo no old i"? v.-i.iows ro ma'a vi(''v, s; bat a !ilio:l t !:!:':. and, as a rule, .'j ycjiKi m:i:i is considered fitted tor liariiaci.i or eniitled to the confidence of lite' eor.iirsnritty-'ttntil ho is utUiTi".'!. Ther.e rri'.'u rouj marriages and ilioir atieml.'ini. ceic-bratioiis make it extremely iii'lfi'e:;tiu,-; for the stran ger from the west who journeys through Egypt. Toward the oad of tlie tout-jH season, when t nioney is con siderably more plen'tifal' than R is just befoigithe travelers invade the coun try and begin to scatter plasters along the Xile, there are hundreds of mar riages. In Cairo they average daring t!:e "month of April from JO to 20 a' day of tf.e' elaborate cues with ' brass bands, 'prodesShtns "and feasting and u-ij- nuirher (if the 'Jess showy ones. r.u-vlct Qirtnihy in Leslie's Weekly." Another Kind of Infant. She had been looking around the drug,, and toilet goods department . of one of "tho big shops for some time when a clerk approached her. "Haven't you anything' harder than these?" she asked, holding up a rub ber teething ring. "None." responded the clerk, "those are the hardest that come." "Oh, dear," said the woman; "he has chewed up thrae of those al ready." "Chewed them up?" exclaimed tho clerk. "I don't see how a baby " "Oh, it isn't a baby," she explained. "1 want it for m little dog." . AND CURE THE LUI'ICS rONSUMPTION Frice Free Trial. n b ,r.r iSurest and UtuciieBt Curs fur oil I THROAT and LUX.G K I LI1S, or MONEY BACiL f n c 1 i 1 1 1 w & 1. THE NEW IDEA ItlBDVi LJL-J L'flTSS 1h8 Eol$ .."lJ ' Best for'CllHlIrea ' " LJ LJReiCIwerBlowsmcBEnit<'a.Lj" MmtIt ftll tbsr cougb curs art eondtpatlngf KitUj thoss eontainirg Opiitns, Kennedy' I Lu&tivi Honey and Tar mores t&a feowvls, contains no CpiatJi For sale by St.Clalr.Wy Drug Cof Tupelo, and all drugRtst ml m )i tors and medicines without 'obtaining relief, I at last found, in Wine of Cardui, a golden medicine for all my ills, and can recommend it above all others for female complaints. ' ' C:vrcli;i furnishes safe relief for backache, headache, periodica paini irregular, painful or unhealthy rata- men iar flow, and all ailments, from which sick women ier. A perfect tonic for vegetable medicine for girls to the complaints peculiar' over a million who used to At every: drug store, jn V.T.rTE U3 A LETTSE : -j'b'n fuMy your syir.ptnrr.s a:. , v.t- Ai.l i-r.i you Free Avi.K-e j.. -'..in vp.i ed envelope. I. r, . ; i ?i " - ,: - .iy 1 ' pi , . The Chaea-.o'-ja i. ,.-'..)., Ch.'iltanc Tin. Learning to ?. A middle-aged n;;r; created-a sensa tion the other day at a Uiro-ii.-.jing eon test by,. Appearing with 4 j"id an:! reel. His lute, .'attached' ,.-io " s'.bt.v, line, shot :heavenward ii he;iti ii' il style something really Eddyc'prug. ' When it got up about 800 fo-'t t::: inan raised the tackle over to little son, say ing: "There you are. C-e!.e; ; you've got a twenty-pound fi-li in the sky; play him for all ho'; v.:rth," It, was a pleasure 4 watch therjy, H. would "reel her o4t''' atut Hv her in '' Byety -other youngster on the fild was filled with t?nvy. We old fellows know that a kite will bityand tug and dart and dive just like a fish; and here is a boy learning the art of angling on dry laud, far from boats End dangerous storms. Splendid sport. Cheap and manly. Aud it makes gor.rt 2sbxjrnten. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it. Prevnlency of KilneyTi;ae. Most people do not-realize the alarm hg increase and remarkable prevafency oi Kiuuey uiscasc. Whilekidneydis orders are, the most common diseases that pre vail, a they are almost the last recognized by patient and .phy sicians, who rmi teut themselers villi dortoring ihe tfeet, while the oriy iwil disease undermines the system. What To Bo. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed,' that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of beinif compelled to go often during the day, and to , get up many times during the night. ' The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by drug gists in fiftv-cent nud one-dollar sizes. 1 1 ...Art- -...1 You may nave a saiupiu uoiuu auu u book that teas all liamtoiljN. Y. WTlell Homo ot Bwamp-Root. writing mention this paper and don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, r.uigb.stuton, ,". Y. V : .-..3 l work d:-.i) - : ;-:i-c:j ytlrcrtiici No oi. ..." prxa will be jisksci cr ii-.cc ;;!'.:;, ' ., ... Atk c.!j.jt u..; v." vi'l .-,:.!'... r.';vcst!atic:i. Best ZVk CcM Crowns oi!y, f. - Eof i Brrr 'Yorfc0 Best rorcckun (while) Ci'owns'O Extra ttt -vj- Full 8-:3 cf teeth $3.00, $3.C0 and ? G.CO Cring this ad. vLh you Always open All Evenings and Sundays. J will"- 1 'i5 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT ZZ&aa$Z Far Esakachs-Waak Kidneys Irj DcWiK's Kidney & BlaoJor Piiis Sars and Saf - PREPAREO ONtY AT THB LABORATOKY Ot K. C. DeWITT Jc' COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. f r 1 y u ri THE CRI61NAL LAXATIVE D O IlMTilfES n do I take Cardui"? writes Mrs. Jelemma Mull ins of Odessa, W. Va. ' "Because, after Suffering for several years with female trouble, and trying different doc- delicate women. A pure and women who are subject to their sex. Has benefited suffer as you do. 1.00 bottles. Quinsy, Sprains and swelling1' cured ,5 In November, 1901, I caught cold and had the quinsy. My throat was swollen so I could hardly breathe. I I .applied Chamberlain's Pain Bain) and it geve me relief in a short time In two days I was .alright," says Mrs;. L. Cousins, Osterburn, Mich. Cham' berlain's Pain Balm is a liniment anif is especially valuable for sprains and swellings. For sale by All Dealers. FEW. KKOW WHAT THEY WANT.. '.' Melancholy Man Thinks He Kaa Mad Great D:ccoVcry. 'I think," announet-d the me'ar.fholsj man, "that I hava discovered the s cret of iiMioh unhappincss in' thm world. It is that, large numbers 'o people a: a constitutionally lm.apalT of knowing what ihey want'to do." P "It follows," he Kent on with a sigrig "thai the tilings which they are doing are, very likely, those which do not appeal to- tit? m. - Tliey can stop theiu, of course, but what insurance have they that tieyrwiU-- lg any better; bttf the next tfi e?-' ' - -- : - ..;;-.. "It is only by a process of gradual very gradual elimination that they can hope to arri ve at. u.iyhing, passa bly satisfactory, and evja when this t-nd is attaiac-d it is more by iuckthaa by design. The j erfeon w ho really Is to ba con?,;-atu1aied- is the man'tir A'fima'u "aha lYixiely "s'uve df what he" or she wcats and who goes after it with .every bit ot energy that can be sujn- . iiioned up. ' '"' ' '!' ' :: 'V ' "Such persons- may not succeed -in' their aims." ih ii;a'!ancho!y iitan con-'; eluded, f'bnt they -.are disappointed in one set of ambitloas 'fb?y. are apt; to. take up witU another. Vh).t a pity it is that . their enthusiasm and confl.-.j dence are i:ot eontkms." . :.. ' Lest We . . forget Ba'w is 'restless', can't sleep al nitfht, won't .-at, cries sp.asmodiccally. A bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge never leils to -cure. Every mother should give her baby White's Cream -Vermifuge. So '1 many times when the baby is pale ana! .fretful, ' the mother does not know what to do. A bottle of this medicine would bring color to his' cheeks and laughter to his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by St. Clair Drug Co., Tupelo, anJ. '3earden and King Oko lona. and get 5 per csnt. t'kcour.t. Work Absolutely T.'e work for PAINLESS w!,ue people only. Viijr lvjLlt', COUGH SYRUP J 3 0E3EY ft Y i ' '