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* Accept 1 No Substitutes for Thedfdrd’s BLACK-DRAUGHT Purely Vegetable Liver Medicine 0 F.9 D Yes, We Do Job Work You will find our prices satisfactory Come in It Will Pay You to become a regu lar advertiser ;n *=Tbis Pane- - kjTTTraga^ We carry in stock at all time everything that a complete Drug Store should have— « We Pay the Postage on everything except School Books— Any transaction made here that Is not satisfactory your money will be cheerfully refunded. HESTERLY DRUG STORE ACCOMMODATING DRUGGISTS. EVERY BODY Invited to come to our store when in need of GENTS *»<» LADIES FURNISHINGS -AND READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHES We can dress you from head to foot. NEW YORK STORE JAKE SUCKLE, Prop. I MARY GRAHAM BONNER —- lOTrl'uHl rr vtl’liw nptva/w Uf.w* - ■ THE GOLDEN MOON. ‘Tlow do you like me this evening?" naked Mr. Moon of a little Star that twinkled neer by. “Y ou seem to me to be very gorgeous and glorious." said the little Star. “I am glad you think so," said Mr. Moon, “for 1 want to look very lovely. You see today has heen tile first very hot day of the season. Oh tny, but the people have been hot. They've been talking about It ' this evening. “Vc.y Bright.” “The first hot day of the sea son Is always the hardest. The peo- ' pie haven't grown used to the heat , and they feel It most exceedingly, which In other words, means that j they feel It a great deal. “Yes, the people have felt very, very ' hot today. They l*ave gone about j mcpplug their brows and have looked 1 so tired and so exhausted. “So I thought I would look my very best so as to cheer them up a bit. I’ve worn my best suit, my fine gol den suit and I do look almost orange In color. I’m so golden you see that I almost look more than golden! That’s a Joke. “I am looking at everything too. 1 am very bright as yon can notice and I'm seeing all that Is going on down In the world. “It was very funny to hear what sc,me people said u few minutes ago. "One raid that she had been taking a ride and hail seen me when she had t**en riding down town and that when she got up town 1 was up town too! “She almost thought I had been riding along too. but I'm shining so tbat the whole city can see me. Yes, old Ur. Moon Is shining his very best, and Is leoklng as bright as ever he can look. ’ “Which Is very bright, Mr. Moon," said the Star. “Mr. Moon does his best," grinned Mr. »* one can see your face so dear ly this evening," said the Star. ‘To be sure, to be sure,” said Mr. Moon. “I’m not ashamed of my face and so I am quite ready to show It. Sometimes 1 don’t wear this stilt and my shape Is different. Hut that doesn’t mean that I uni ashamed of my l'aco. “Goodness, grucious no, it doesn’t mean that. Such are my ways, that's all. “But when 1 can show my face as I can this evening, I like to show It very clearly so people can look up at me and can say, “ ‘Look at the face of the moon. How clearly we can see It!’ “I think too It cheers people up to see something look bright and round and happy on an evening following such a day as this has been. “If I looked drooping and sad and so hot that I couldn’t seem to he able to stand It I wouldn’t be able to cheer people up at all. “I wouldn’t want to look as though my collar had wilted* In the heat.” “What does wilted mean?” asked the little Star. “I suppose you’re too far away to see what a wilted collar looks like,” said Mr. Moon, “but it is a very warm looking thing—a wilted collar. 'it Is like a wilted leaf which has faded and shriveled up and wtiich looks quite wretched.” “But you never wear a collar, Mr. Moon,” said the Star. “That Is true,” said Mr. Moon, hut 1 don’t want to look wdlted and faded even with out a collar. 1 don’t want to look as a wilted collar can look after a hot day. “1 want to look handsome and fine and I want to he able to let the people know that 1 am sorry It has been so hot hut that I’m try ing my best to cheer them up by ‘‘Look." wearing uiy nest golden suit. “And I’m shining so brightly and trying to look as beautiful as I can so they will think a little of the old Moou and that will keep them from thinking so much of how hot they are. "Yes, in his way, Mr. Moon is try ing to do his best.” “I know you are,” said the little Star, “and I'm sure everyone feels • lieered up to see you looking so fine and so gorgeous. I know it makes me feel like twinkling more brightly than ever, I know that, Mr. Moon 1” Undressing Chickens. One evening Douglas was watching Aunt Mary plucking two chickens. He stared In surprise at tlje unusual sight i and finally exclaimed: “Oh, Aunt Mary, do you undress them—do you take off their clothes every nlghtl” WONDERS OF AMERICA By T.T.MAXEY Western Newspaper Union. VALLEY FORGE IN THE picturesque valley of the Schuylkill river, twenty miles north west of Philadelphia, there U a sacred spot at which every American should give himself the privilege of worship ing sometime during his or her life time. It Is the then unuttructlve sine* lined with barren, frozen hillsides, where General George Washington and tils tittle army of about 10,000 I half-starved, poorly-clad patriots blv- | ouaced, suffering unthinkable hard- j ship, from December, 1777. to June, I 177S, following the tragic battle of the | Brandywine and the occupancy of j Philadelphia by the British. This circumstance of history be queathed to this hallowed place a glory and a fame which will attach to THE LYCEUM ARTS QUARTETTE. They give a delightful program at Chautauqua. Starling Circuit* _ WTOrr For Infants and Ch' — Mothers 7 Genuine Cast?1!!!) s Bears | jPumpAu* \ a JiocL'Ut SaU$ | 1 1 JL ® Anise Seed I ^ £=r- (\ .n* n CUmfifi topr I II ill ■■■ lAtknrm* flavor Mj ■ ojsssssa- /7 */. Use and Feverishness wd j V 1 vA For Over Thirty Years ,, CASTOBIA Exact^Copy of Wrapper, *** coMPiwr nc«^ r<m« -»rv It throughout the ages to come as wfQ the more recent struggle to the region of the Argonne in France. A tract of about 500 acres has been purchased by the state of Pennsylvan ia and tlx* government, with patient determination and admirable com pleteness, is restoring ancient land marks and transforming this historic campsite of the Continental army Into an everlasting Natlonnl Shrine. The Daughters of the American Revolution have erected a noble shaft to the unknown who sleep here and the Valley Forge Museum of American History contains many relics of the Jay. One tills with emotion us he en ters the little cottage where tieneral Washington hnd his simple headquar ters and feels the odor of sanctity as he steps Into the Washington Memorial Chapel, sometimes called “The Wsat mlnster of America.” Always at Your Service for Printing Needs! Is therm something you need In the follow ing listf Birth Announcement* Weddlnd Stationery Envelope Incloaumn Sale Bllla Hand Bllla Price Llata Admlaalon Tlchata Bualneaa Carda Window Carda Tima Carda Letter Haada Not* Haada BUI Honda Eovalopoa Calllad Carda Laallata Statements Milk Ticket* Ileal Tlcketa Shlpplod Tad* Announcement* Brlela Nolaa Coupon* Pamphlet* (ntalodoan Blotter* Circular# Invitation* Pooler* Polders Check* Blank* Notices Labels Lein I Hlnnka Menu I •rda flacardi boddart Fost Cards Frodrama lacalpti Prompt, careful and effi cient attention given to every detail P )r *t Send Your Order Out of Town Until Yon Sec What We Can Do -■■■■ ■ I- ■■■ .11 — M g. Notice. Be careful Septicaemia Is here anmg your cattle. Have them examined and Immuned against this contagious (Be en so. Dr. J. A. Bias, office phone 1T^ residence phone 296, calls answered day day or night. P. S. Notice and be car* ful of the cloth used in straining the milk -o— Subscribe for tne Dally Picayune. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OB TRADE—One Cleve land tractor for sale or will trade far car. Call phone 34. E. M. Frlsby. FOR SALE—New 6-room house with 2 acres land, near High School bond ing For quick sale at a sacrifice. One 108 egg incubator, one gas range and heaterR to exchange for wood atorea. One choice young milk cow giving 8 gallons now. Reason for selling: leer ing town. Rev. 0. P Walters, Phone 27. 0-18 6t FOR SALE—Nancy Hall potatoe plant* for sale, |2.00 per thousand. W. O. Haines, route 1. 6-6 6t DRESS SHIRTS We have a new line of Dress Shirts, new Patterns From $1.25 to $3.00 See us before you buy. ___^———— J. E. Barham FORD AND CHEVROLET SPECIALIST I use only Genuine Ford Parts Radiator Repairing. L. L HORNBECK Phone 231 I* the PWejrene Meek