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1f 11O1~ good ealiiIe&t.
teiilI~ t Milk f ir kes it
;ant to buyc :1 sccc, lithtti j
1p. illLP A~ f
rer' 1illiner1i wuotý=' nutiolis,
"t2 ruc'uhillý' ties, stiCl: 1-iawH lace.
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pliviin to famvily be' a'. lt t
tirs. W!Efdidl not entict ' iii the
ii' I as had benii r pnncd, jd
lin faut 1o II etilig u lW W i`hld
~~we.Mrs. t. i, well eft
tertaina next wýe ek.
;aint your tfet;; 6 tixet-? (; o to
I C. S. Hlawiltjn, c eyer HIotel.
There w3as all eUjyal):C, titoigli
'ill iiurnal'card 1irtS' at F. If. Tel
'IL Ov's, Monday (!eining, l U1 1iiit'i
to J Miss Dyer otf C 0Nw leans.
fre ere no lprizes gi e), but
hii senied ii nu Wise to) tletrliet
told the pleasures of the evlleni'r .
,fill line of 6lmnrt waist ; hai
.tat lJUO ' Le'elllc's.
tSflrocye or Stolen.
From the Ogden ;11l1t'll1it" t \oV
i~zk CiI'i awl o:i stbeerr
~iturdl I. on the l'ip'.. Liberail re
with for iliitoililalion lc..A ir r to
t their recovery.
Miss L, L~. M.ittth I'WI.
I)r. C S. liowliltozl with office at
)lerer Hotel dues work at piries I
omsuit the tlimc.
' learn idiredi ly of the nwiar.
riap on Tuesday of Mr. Siumi I)eck.
3w(i rsi Annie Wicker of Laurel
Jutl. As none of our correspon- f a io
bt 135scud l iri i ac~eotiiit ol the i
weddini, we cclln uonik tender our
Sgo wisltes to the lappy cou ple.ohfr
Ct;k,14 olin Ilectu~'i ie's tol' ?*( ti I*
pi~nig id snnumorr Uii ner weadL lie
hs just icceived :a I ug line. te
Wilhl nxlxt isc tl e i~eiiI all ieg"i
- h ipnhilut odeli\·l ('ei I':ig:' allv o·il i 4
Yllherl t odeligby mail, 01111 trust I hI this
npil give siier il sit Lws urnt 'I lie
wIfv$ull de liVery of ; 'tp ers by enl1'
liiir 14 a s thi'l r oh coil kil iii, oilll ne
Il Ot nr i iraotliir r, .(f eU Lai\ (ill- -
. nsyed to t lir j II f lt `:: l o l t'.
The 'bllwnocrt. ~. 1e~eIn le u
10Ytud fll hnr O I'cstillct i 1·s 15I~e
fli.Cnl're i o ion illi~all;tilb c dint
51tuI;i 61t thle Auxi~i l iau ~ 1011
li L luji l~l 11 nld Jie, e ~rt
IU~id.' 'bynilixt nti l
~Jl I~e wir, f;'r'.3* wok during
he 0'~u~r itha vew f holing~
10 aib tha te pise sien Ms.1
,'P. Coiverse~ ii ;iui~ltigallel in
ig. - Iibpht
A bigioi offle ' snIt .01t
t'htb the pupls lin~ Sl 1 tl~'( ill
Ut.itear Colee w l ii.d
I ý-this re'uiictce iii the
\Veoa t Fcicr u t hai:h
ay, Al'ri1 24 1899 ait 8 º. Iii.
'eQgo,Iged 54 ycirs, a na,
. tlkMO.re, Md. Interrment
,oe sCetery, 4:30 p. iu. Wed.
haidtaed ha4 beft a sufferer
W z l ýake past from mala
with copml'jcatioD8 of
t.flb~e. !e 1ý eý :a wife
If, it fails to cure.gact your mercha.
I eAND GET 'OUIR MONEY BACK.
SWe will refutrd to hit Price eSots,
VAN VLE.T-MANSFIE. fl RU COr0
_So!e P.c1:. : MEMPHIS, TE-N
PERSONAL BUT POLITE.
Capt W. B. Barrow was in town
on hbusinuess this week.
E. R. loees returned Saturday
Irom a business trip to Clinton.
J. G. Diem returned Tuesday after
a stay of several weeks in New Or.
N. P. Hobgood of the 7th ward was
in town this week.
1. liller Esq made a business
trip to Baton Rouge Wednesday re.
turning next (lay.
Miss Annie Dyer of New Orleans
couclutided on Thursd:iy her pleas
ant visit to relatives here.
Mrs. Fred Davidson of Shreve
port arrived Friday last to visit hei
parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Win. Town.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leake re
turned from the La Press Conven
Mrs. A. G. Thompson and chil
dren came up Thursday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gas
Miss Margaret Stirling was a guest
of MDrs. J. il. Percy for the party
13r. Ben Leopold is enjoying a
visit fromt his mother and his broth
er Simon Leopold.
Mr. Robt Butler was on Thuirs
iday's train, on his w ty to visit"The
Mrs. 31. Gilmore has concluded
her visit to town, and is now with
relatives over the creek.
Mrs. IH. Iurtson came home Fri
I diay from a two weeks stay in New
. Orleans. She contemplates a trip
to New York shortly.
M1. O. Daniel, of Star lHill came
1 up Thursday from a 1b:siness trip
to Baton HRoge.
A. F. Bolton of Lake Charles ar.
rived TIi'ursday and will spendl sev
eral days with relatives.
Dr. A. F. Barrow went to New
(rhi'lans, S:tfurday and ret urred
l .ouiday, his objeeI l being to visit
his little da!ilghter. Amelin,, who lhaL
Ieen sttffe'riDDg with ear trouble.The
little girl is now iml)p'roing.
- Iret 1i r. lhidnii aniid Mrs. Ethel
I )oniuglas ca'tme u MIol:vndy frontit Na
lr o,,eum ille. 'The former wascalled
htme ian,,.diately [n urgent '1 11 busi
nes';, hottt \ ill return Tnsdaly n, xt
Sto escrit Mi s (U.rrie I)oliglas to
li'hr new hoime with hit family.
Mr. and .Mrs. Emaniel Wolf. and
S1 ss'rs .1lor."is and Jos \'olf re
turned Tuesday from attending the
nl'i eal of .l r. (has I '\\o, l at Cli n
to. \llis. Moirris \1olt, who came
from N, w ()'rl eans form the same
ji'purse returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Tp. (astiell realched home
t last T hlurday front New Orleans
aft'r paying her graiidmnotherly re
spects to Miss Alberta G. Thomp.
sotn, the seondi daughter of Mr.
and M rs. A. G. TIomDpsonl , the
i youg lady ini question dlin ig her
nital day only some two weeks
N Mrsc . ( 1. ILe vis returned to
Wakefield, Wednesday, from visit
uig her sister MrsA. A. )oherly of
n Baton Rouge. Miss Katherine
l)o!ierty came up with her for the
dtance that evening, rieturing to
i the aplital onext day. While in
to wni she was the guest of Mrs. J,
My wife has used Chamberlaiu's
SPan Balmn for r.emnatismi with
matism and othgv household use for
which we havw found it valuable,
W, J. Cuyver, Red Creek, N. Y,
r. Cu'yler yi one of the leading
:.mer(hanis a this village and one
of the mos t rominent fmen in the
vicinity--c.. G. Phiypin, Editor
ed (Crek Herald. For salo
by Kilboumo & Forrester, St.
F~rancisvi]lt VilUcct & Allain,
Jayou Sara, La.
'Wt return hearty thtanlks to, Mr.
W. B. Smith for some fine straw
Sberris. Such kindness on the part
of friends makes us feel the need of
t ,noihy~r betatitude : Blessed are the
D. D. Cox, Tullos, La, writes:
ar Have ased PI, M5. A. Simmonseiv
er nmdioine 2o years. It saved my
life. It cures • fevers,' heartburn,
fe sick headaches. Gives health and
i U' et, o-.l.
LEJ ENE-LACOUR--At St. Ma
ry' Church, Raccourci. La, Thurs
day, Apr 27, 1899 at 6 p. In. John 1
B. LeJeune of Bayou Sara to Miss
Ednra Lacour, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Augustine Lacour.
The churchl was crowded for
the llspicious occasion, the con1i
try side from far and near giving i
its quota of friends and relatives,
besides a large number of the
groom's friends who ca:im up from
Bayou Sara on the Sadie Parker to
convey the bridal party home after
Both bride and groom looked
very hanidsome,the former a bright,
pretty brunette, wore a costume of
cream satsul en trailne, with tie
usual accessories of natural flowers
and fleecy veil that tmado the toilet
all that was dainty and lovely.
The muidd of honor was amiss Ida
Laecour, gowned in white organdie
with lace. Both carried bouquets of
bride roses. The page in white
satin, and flower girl in white or
gandtie, were small cousins of the
bride and added thart interest to the
scene which child beauty always
does. Ilui)ert LeJeuile was best
man. Ushers: l)r. Heenel, Il. F.
Hochenedel and J. . .Matthews.
The ceremony was perform-ed mu
dier an arch of white roses, beneath
whiich was poised a snowy dove
hearingin its beak the entetrtwined
After the ceremony, the happy
couple repaired to the residence of
Mr. Edgar Lacour, where the
bride donned her traveling dress and
they camte "homte" to Bayou Sara
where they have set ull houtse-keep
ing in the pretty new residence on
l'rincipcal St. The groom is a lead
ing mller'chanlt of our sister towtn,
and a great favorite socially. His
bride may no less expect an envia
ble place in the regard of our local
society. ' In faet, she is welconmed
as a real acquisition, and hosts of
friends arec even now breathling
good wishes upon both ill their
married life so newly begun.
Pretty and valuable presents are
also explressive of good will.
Hayou Satra, La, Thursday, Apr 27,
1999 at 6 p. min. the Rev W. T.
Douglas ofliciating, .Johtn J. Fliynnt
to 'Miss Ialanehe Ca';ltounche, loth
of B-ayo'u Sarnt.
'l'hiis was a q(Iiet home wedding
lint witnessed lby a sl fic.ient n|tl)ler
of ffrienuc a!d rlativ es to till the
'Th'e lbride wore a stylish ('ostIurin
(if straw colored all itross lasteful
lvy rimmaed with iac' and withl ribh
ban of the same shade. Th'le groom
looked as Ihappy as the (.ircttnllstan
ccs warranted, the event leing I the
enlnil:tionti of a long coiurtshil. Ie
freslhrents were served, anl tihe
hea:lth of the newily imarried coulle
wias drnrlik, Ilolr lI. (!. WVickliffe's
t(utst beinig part"ic-iarly goo,. They
rcei vced a large rut i tIter of InesenIs.
They will reside in lhtyou Sara,
anid we sincerely wishl for themI the
perfect ha pl iness, which mutrtal
love anId eteemi crn Iestow, withi
heallh, prcslerity and other bless
When you ask for I)r. 3I. A.
Simrinoni's liver medicinre, see that
you get it adll not snil1 worthless
Friday afternoon, abourt 2 o'clock,
Mr. Jacob Sc(hlersinger was seized
with heart faihbre, and death art-fm
in a few .ninutes.
The deceased had: been livirng
here only a few years, having re
imo'ved froum Woodville, where ihe
was well and favoralbly known. lie
leaves a wife, a son, i r. Aaron
Schlessiunger of St. Friatcisville ;and
six daughters, Mines ,Jhlm Browni,
L. Kahn, Max Mai t of Bayou Sara
Mrs, l)avid Michel antd lisses Sa
rahl arid Besse Scblessinger. lIe
was 60 yearrs of age,
The family has our rincere syini
Dr. M, A. Sinuriois liver medi
coine clears the complexion, gives
buoyvancy to the mnind, cures head.
laches, regulates stoliach, bowels
Tthose from town attondimig the
Jcienue-L.acour weddtling 'ire jI.
anl Mrs' .Ip 1we (l , Yft:. on, Ms.
O, I.. uqie, iss Ec ldka Stolhng,
.Messrrn. I~eJpure, M. Minve~r, J. XI',
Irvine, . Fr't, B. ('. .lochmne
del, A. tillcr'et, J. R. Matthep, J.
'A word to the wise is sufticirt"
and a word from the wise should be
sufficient, but you ask, who are the
wise? Those who know. The oft
replated expoeriece of trustworthy
piersonsl may be taken far kriow
ledge. Mr V. W. Terry says Clharmn
berlain's Cough Remedy gives bet
ter satisfaction than any otlhcr in
the market. He has been in the
drug busiltess at Elkton, Ky., for
twelve years; has sold hundreds of
bottles of this remnedy and nearly
all other cought remedies maanfaet
rred, whioh shows conclusively that
Cbamberlain's is the most satisfa
tory to the peoplh, and is the best.
For sale by Kiilbomune &Forrester,
St. Francisvile, Vi!eret & Allain,
Bvoen ,ara, La, ,
In our last issue, we reported the f
condition of Mr. ('Chas Wo!f of t
Zachary as being 1dmore favorable.
but barely had the paper reached
all our readers, wh lien there was. a
turn for the worse and on Sunday
morning he was seized with a con
vulsion, and the end followed im
medliately. The funeral services
took place, Monday, and were largeo
ly attended by friends from all the
towns adjacent and from Baton
Rouge. There are few men in this 1
entire section beloved by so large a
circle of friends as Charles \ Wolf,his
warm heart, and genial manners
conducing to his pop)ularity among
all classes. For many years he was
a merchant at Port Hudson, La, but
he followed the railroad and locat
ed at Zachary, where he did a large
business. For maniy months lie has
been in declining health, but his
splendid constitution could have
withstood his malady, diabetes, had
it not been accoml)anied by weak
ness of the heart.
lie leaves a son, a daughter, two
brothers les:srs .Jos and Louis W\olf
and llalil a other relatives, among
whom may be mentioned his favor
ite cousin, Mir, Morris Wolf, be
tween whom there was a inutual
attachinenit and confidetlce. "Send
for Morris" were his words in his
Hlandsome, genial, Charlie Wolf!
Affe t ionat e parent, andtrue friend,
the sod covers the mortal remains,
but his memory will live in the
hearts of those who loved him.
A torpid liver causes depression
of spirits, indigestion, constipation,
headache. Uso. Dr. . 1. A. Sini
mons liver medicine to stimulate
Another pleasant dallnce was giv
en at l'Pythian Hall Wednesdav
night with rather more in atten
(ldance than usual, there being over
twenty rcouples (lancing. Coiffee
and sandwiches were served by way
of refresho!llents. Those present front
a distace werewere Misses Katherine
I)ohirty of lIato1n liuge, lizzie
:izud lnhut Pipei)s (of ,Jacksmon, l'irau
cim:a lt 1 lings 'wo'"lth fro)m ('o1) o, 31.
I,eS:lssier :and AHlice 'o,wles of
\Weyunoke,,. L. Sti irling of \Vake
tielt, and ;le vsss It. 1\V Stewart of
W evamoke .lopes, Ihirbmour, Butler,
ltodchgers, S:aughter antid Waill of
Malaria cannot tind a lodgment
in the system whili the liver is in
perfect order. Dr. M. . Sinllmions
liver medicine is th;e best. regulaltor.
The hi:,tori gunboat .NAshlille
attlracted a harge crouwd to the river
Smlmmdamy tmornimig to witness her
lassage ulpward p:st this point,
which took place at a),bout nine
o'clock. It was ex:actly thirtee
niinites from the time when she
was first sighted below until she
ran along about 100 tyds fromll shore
1 iIi front of Bayou Sara:. Being of
'deep draft the trimni little vessel
made very little disturlban:ce of the
I surface of tihe water, but moved as
smoothly as a swan might swim,
Sler aln)ormally tall smoke-stacks
were noted, and somle observelrs saw
though we did not, thhe t races of her
recent conftlict in the Sinatish war.
-The Sadie Pariker went to( tile
3 sland to mee.t her, and the usu;al
salutes were exclhanged. It is very
imuch desired that she should st(,p
here on hier way down the river, iatd
.give our people an opportunity of
s boarding he, T'Ihe officials of our
two towns, we holpe, will wolrk to
this en d, and also aIrrultge ill ,trje
qf hpr doing so, fo. i!p!' prpe', r~.
e coltion here,
)Deranigemnents - f nrem(~si!,0l
fugletions produce q1 jisc(ar;1Ig~s
' Simmons Squaw Vitc Wii ipe or TItm
lets correct the i!ern;g!n;y!!.t,
LIUREL sitLL 1EW.,
SMines J. M. BalTow and Margy F.
t Barrow, accompanied by their
Scharming little ones,were the guests!
of Mrs. Amanda Riohardson, Sun
Mrs. V. M. Jackson returned
e from the city, Monday, briinging
the glad news "that Mrs. S. II.
Lemon is better" to hot manay anx
t. ions friends.
S. D. Barrow was tile wehome
I guest of his sister Mrs. C. B. Ham
, ilton, Sunday.
*' Miss Annie Argue is spending a
• . . :. . . .
few days in Woodvil!c, with rehl- el
Mi;s. i. I. Ken:iey !has rieturned to (I
her holne itn Slaughter.
Miiiss C. E. Barrow is Sl)etlilig
the week at "'TaPgle-wilde,"
We ha. a file rain Friday which I
was beneficial to the crops, which ll
are all late this yeari owing to un-t
seasonable weather, I'aIrel.
It has been held that consuIln1- of
tioln is hereditary, and the fact that i
one Iperson of a family had died,
with consunlmpltion was considered a
sure sign that o)hers of the faumily
could riot (ozci;e it. This i:s partly
true and partly untrue. A nman with
weak lungs is likely to transmit 1U
that weakness to his children. Biut b
there is no) reason inl the world why
the weakness should Irn allowed to y
develop. Keep the lungs full of p
rich, red, wholesome blood, and the
weakness will disappear. )eecay- I
ing tissue wvill he thrown off, and
new material will he added until
the lungs are well ant perfectly
strong again. This is the Ithin.: that
D)r. Pierce's Golden Medio:l Dis 'I'
coverly do1e:. This is what mnakes i
it (cure 9S per cent of all cases of 1
conlstil'pation where it is taken ac.- I
cording to di riel ions. It searches hi
out disease germs wherever they 1i
may Ile' in the body and forces themn
out of (Ihe system. It sulpplies the
blood with rich, life-givinrg proper
ties. It makes the appetite good, di
Send 21 onet-cernt stlamls to cover
cost of mailinig only, and receive I
free a copy of I)r. Pierce's Medical 0
Adviser. Address, World's l)is-- 5
peinsry Medical Association, Buf
falo, N. Y.
Napiloleoi MGl(:Ifli.i, ai colored
youthi who is serving a termn of imi- d
prisoninent in the parish jail, made h
his escape Saturday moriiining, hav
ing been consideredi a "trusty" ianiI
allowed sufficienit liberty to h; v
such ali oipportunity. I reI ilmained
in hidilng abollut town, ;lnd was iii)t
re-c:i ptuile, u,.,il M! onldl y night.
T'his is, (cilt iiit"ake I he colored,
pcople ilak'e ever''y where. The"
will not '"informn oil aily of their
race for anyri cnice, however hlcin
ons, andi thollghr such racial fid,1i ity
is admirable ini lsolw respects, it
aIcts very miach agalin st them il the
feeling with w\iilch t: e authioriites
iregar'd siuc'h con leerC: !ii.n . t.. In i. a
poleoi's case whier'e thie lpunliishiment
was niot Severe here should hi\ ye
been deliy on their part in giving
hiii uji. He was ca;ughi neari
lPe ('ill Grove,
Ienstruahitn ulma (de regulhr rlnil
ainlels, irid pain, iii sides, hips
limbis celild by Siinlolris Squawil
Vine WVilne or T'bllo.et..
. ll'. Ie', t ralnd fInmily ,are
jok'ing m'er i lite ilrriv'il of a twelve
prnoln(l h()ly', orii Apr 26.
Mothers wishing stout. heialtty
girlis should give theul Simmons
Squaw Vine \Vin or :Tailblets as
they a pplroaeh puberty.
The pulile is hrvrehy warnedi a g;m imi.
ttei:nts o i ()'kiley, Ogr lhai Ii nl ow l.
tI1;llitiihiU i or dri'ilig iti i'ei'l'uro tiiy
stotk wit h liti s tcinl Ierui.ioni.
IMij8 L. L. Matlthews.
I was reading arn advert isemClnt,
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoca Beruedy iin the Worcester
Enterprise recently, which leads ule
to write this I can truthfully say
I never used any remedy equrlil to
it for colic and diarrhoea. I lhave
nprer jtad ti uise more tha! (me or
two dosps. to uilre t!re worst -i se
with myself or chillren,-W. A.
Stroud;, Piponulke Oily, MNd. For
sal, by Kiliborl'ne & Forrest$a, St.
Frilncisvilla . VYler.jt & Allaini
B,4 you Sara:
Arounl Weyniuoke and Vicirity.
D)r. J. W. Bran don, who has been
very ill at the Touro Infirmary for
Snearly five weeks, is now staying
Sduring convalescence with hIris urcle
Mr. Dau Towles of New Orleans.
Roberta Towles of New Orleans,
I who has been so very ill, is now
( con valescing,
Rev A. 'T. Brown of Woodville
held services in Pincknoyvile, Sun
day last with an aplpreciative coln
e gregation in attendance.
Thelittle chnrel in Pinckney
viile has recentlyyacquired a haod
, soule organ an-all felt: proud of the
oi)'g:tiist Ut (l II('1' cu·i'j. of :ts i .t :uit 3
(Itlite exce'lledl t;1eti l u l 'es.
)lks: hI'j1iit1 ':iN i':toa it ht Let'
:s'aal cwrg~ty, el 'e~ji'pi e-- au \:e~
tliOi' Ut itis is tit aic for her c
c':st(uii1'(, 5110c(' $.i also - is' gi('tl 111
of 1:vy ;º i.( a' li'Sfla rctlde t!It icipt
tiod of our v:otini;g leitl~le.
i s se.; N i. iiMa ie I eS at sier : al A ii
uiic \l '(ielue :r vs li"i Mi;e Alive
Tom ics at I, )4id~t..
ow)eC inedtl' with M rs. \'. '\'. YIIt" Ill
I liC eltee awl l (AIl'(1t2Q and1 Hvlat!t(1
ferry wee ,ltost attear 5i nla
after'noon at Litiwvood, the d!e'aii;
Mr (. PJ . KIemper of Vicksbuig
has it daughtctr KI tharitie o he Snt N
herb,. whose birth occurre'd Apt. 11t \
'ithtee have, 1 Ze(:wt a niii'ier e1 iattlo- J
htiiyeii'i canasini~iMig' thits section, the "i
j4;e~t \V'eeh, anud 1 trices hiave beeni (
hiighier thani for many years, .yea- .1
lint si~ ellinig for seveni and eight~ dol -
lars p~er IIIMUIl. (j. Pý. 1
SI. Francisville, La. 4
J. if. PISUCUY Propirietor. 4
l'me .ierse' milk !l i 'i('eiI11 t Icc : ( i:
in any quatity At th flitie of 2Se a gan I log
IC~,~~o \ oko 4rlc!h ctl~~~ ~t
Butter e le er p'oundi
(:rerume per pint 4
Separ'atedl miilk 10c peri gallon,1.
Newi INpe 1 temls.
A ret rehii 11li4 shiow'r' fe; I 'J'h itt's
clay night amid Ftriit'a which lid4
ttil Ciit good.1 4
Ml rI. and MIs.I IIdward faint of
Eatst, Ftdcriait vnlai over Mattiratly
evi'tij the guttul ;i (If helr father, l'.
WI1s. (O'Ititul. I lE; i awl
cln ' hiti's M i,, .; Liii lljilanand 1i 1,
:n(1 .Jniitii No latid of E ist F('eliei
:1 a attent lei Iw hi I )ker' \\irk che
ma rria ge oti 'IWc1i estl Iy last.
M4lss Salki. l1oemiiing is \'isitin'4
frijtids in (hicorud ic i olilturhro oIll
1, 1'I)h. h\lchood atteiidoid Mervi
ic t.i ~c8n ear i lct deic·rd : I i e'i'iI
Hd Ars J. Griliu~ai of Eat latoli Hi
fijoeud hew evral disls ek
~ guet of(11a8I Ieideis on.
Garne Slilitli who hsheti v~ery
wilso ltll' rC~i)Vei'.~ s
M Ti' tis lbt enli Scari. i s 6till tiffei~ng
veI ryo Itilic froyhjnts nrs theijr trlhett h
tel httt soiiipper tim e fi11"O.ad nelienl
iSses Eo aipltenia~ nn itii orstl Eti orn
acopanied yter bao rotii Rile O '
atetlel th concerbTt4 atrag hal
A K IA WKES
Highest Award Diploma at Honr
!,r Superior en~s Grinding and Excellency In
! l+ | Mtnuftif u+rl i .a tacle and En Galasses.
. 1hi ~ I 11.0) I '.ttle.i td LprYwns in DL i.'. M0os6
PNpuir Ulasscws in thIe U. S.
~ i TtUlO Tutei FA.ur. GLAf(,a
' U II ARc.. Ny.\FER PEDDLED.
Used(l during expectalncy, Sini
inons Squaw Vinoe \'ine or Table t
;-heer and strengthen mother, shot!.
n1I labor and rob confinemelt of its.
List of Letters.
The following is a list of: adver-.
tised clt.ters remaining iin the St.*
Wrancisville Post Ollii.e, for tie
wc(,k en(liig A;1Uit' '20-09,
Mlirsouri Aronett Millie Helli,.,
Jlane C'111lcngtr EclFle l tll '
.laines Jekson Mary Joblry
C;'haney Mcm Driv ,
.Jane obiiaol a Isr'a' WVashili:i:ton.
Persons calling for same wilt.
please say aduvertised.
E.,,, Barrow, P. 3-'
per i. ;. ..
You may have heard
about SCOTT'S EMULSION
and have a vague notion
that it is cod-liver oil with
its bad taste and smell and
all its other repulsive fea.
tures. It is cod-liver oil, the
purest and the best in the
world, but made so palata
ble that almost everybody
can take it. Nearly all
children like it and ask for
SC r i's
looks like cream; it nour
ishes the wasted body of
the baby, child or adult
better than cream or any
other food in existence, It
bears about the same rela
tion to other emulsions that
cream does to mik. If you
have had any experience
with other so-called "just mas
good" preparations, you
will find that this is a fact.
The hypophosphltcs that are
combined with the cod-liver oil
.give additional value to it because
they tone up the nervous system
and impart strength to the whole
5oc. ard $i o. all drugists.
SCOTT & DOWNE, Chemists, New York.
;Standard Bred Saddle Stailion.
WXill stand( at 11y JIll(I, this sea
Sson, $8,00 per seasoi, if mire~s do.
f not prove in foal.
Mionmbrino (hief is 1.5 ha:nIds
bay with dark points, goesali the,"
gaitswell and fast.
P'asture'o free; but not responsiblle
A shqre of public patronage eo
C. B. Iliauilton,
Lauril ilill 1'. 0
J. FREYUAN & CO-.'
Dry Goods anfd (rocerzt-.
Furaiturs and wuse Furnishinar,'