And l t not due to nervous
eihausrion? Things itviri
lock to much brighter when we
an In tood Be.hb. How cm
you hire courses when suffer
Ing with headache, nenroui
mtratlon and pes) pbrtlcal
Would yon not Ilk to bo rid
of thti depression of tplrln?
How? Br remorlni lha
II glre actlVlty to U part
tbit carry awiy useless and
poltonoui Riitcriili from four
bodr. It removes the ciuse of
your (uircrini, btcauie It re
more ill Impurities from your
blood. Send for our book on
I To keep In tood beilib you
matt hire perfect action of the
bovcU. Ayer't PllUcuro con.
tlpitlon tod blllouincu.
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aaa4lll. Tka writs lit I rlf all tha
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if a ant If, wftaftal
AWma. kW. 0. ATE.
J. W. Sparks left Monday to be
irnno all week conductlntr dales In
Kansas and Missouri.
Mr. T. K. Spencer returned
Saturday from Louisville, Ky,
She left her sister, Mrs. Hutchcr
soj very much better.
Mrs Liggett, who will trim for
Miss Angle Thomson the coming
season, arrived Monday, Look out
for Tine millinery now.
John Schuckmau and family,
from Orearville, moved to Marshall
this week and rented tlie property
recently vacated by Wm. Walker
The many friends of Mrs L 1'
Bowcn will be glad to know that she
is improving, although hrr phyil
clans say she will be an invalid for
some time yet.
The Pact and I'ictlou Club will
meet with Adolph Striker, Tuesday
evening, the list, wheti they will
have the question box, left over
from last meeting-
The heavy wind storm Saturday,
blew down one of the large chim
neys lo II II Downidg's house, al
most ruining the handsome carpet
'and curtain in his library.
Misses Katherlne and Rebecca
Kennedy, the guests of Mrs. 1X111
this week returned to their home
in Napton, on account- of the se
rious illness of their father.
John Illair and family moved
this week Into the Joseph Hyde
place on Capitol Hill and J. R.
Robertson wiU occupy the house
vacated by Ml. Illair ou Odcll.
Rev V II Black and wife, and
Judge Davis and wife were enter
tained at six o'clock dinner, on
Saturday evening, at the home of
W R Dobyns oil Hast Arrow St.
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gallery for the next 30 days at $1
per dozen. This special offer Is for
strictly first class work, guaranteed
durable, made on best material,
He sure you.scc our new samples
bt-Iore placing your ciders.
Vn. Anal Kssktt.
Mrs. Annie llesket. wife of W.
F. Heskct, died at her home in
BlosSer on Sunday morning. For
years she was an active member of
tlie Christian church. She ha
raised a large family of children,
wno lu speaking of their mother
say, "she was never known in li
angry." 8he was a faithful christ
Ian, a good woman, genial and
kind to all. She wis a victim tn
that dread disease, spinal menin
gitis and fell asleep trusting in
Jesus and will awake in his like
ness. Burial at Ridec Park 011
Monday: services at the crave con
ducted bv Rev. Ii. K. Morris
The sympathy of the community
is extended to the bereaved family
Doth of a O.Baril.ll,
Mr. II. C. llurdcll. died at bis
home on Marion street on Sunday
morning, from the effects o( a dose
of rat poison, taken during a tem
porary aberration of mind. He
had been an Invalid for years and
for two weeks had been sufferine
with some congestion about the
head, which seemed to nrev unon
Deceased was a deacon in the
Christian church; he was a con
scientious devoted christian man.
and leaves a wife to mourn for him.
Tlie funeral was held Tuesday
from the residence. Rev. AVhar-
Ion conducting the services. Bu
rial at Ridge Park cemetery.
Oounty Court Compromised.
In the case of William Lucas
iigafnst the judges of the County
Court of rcttis Co., a compromise
was effected, whcieby the court
pays f joo to the man whom tbey
declared insane. As stated in the
Rkpudlicax at the time of the in-
atlhillnn nf the suit. Lucas was
taicen ueiore tue court on a capias
and declared insane. He was turn
ed over to the Nevada Asylum
authorities for awhile, where he
was confined, but afterward released,
When free again, he started out
to make it hot for those who had
done him the Injustice claimed, of
a false arrest and judgment of in
sanity when such was not the
R L Gauldiu's grocery store was
ou Saturday night the object of two
lads' avarice who were doubtless in
need of i-pcnding money and
thought of this method ol burglary
to replenish their pocket books.
Tiie bar holding the back door was
pushed upward by a rod through
thecrack, so as to allow the door to
be pushed open. The cash drawer
was loolcd nnd 7jo in nickies,
This Beautiful Pattern In China given Free with cub.
. purchases of Shoe and Clothing at Onr Store.
Did Tou Know
that Rose and Buckner arc helping many house-wives
in Saline County furnish their tables with nice dishes
and silverware;.at the same time giving more for the
money than you get elsewhere? You get 10 per cent
, of your purchase in dishes.
We would Like for you
to Compare our $T.50 Suits
with others'. Our 10.50 Suits will compare favorably
with others' at S12.S0. It is all done in the buying
We know when to buy and how to buy; that's the
secret. You take
Our $3.oo Queen Quality Shoe
You'vo henrd of it no doubt. We'll Ioavo It tn ...
wih u IB as good as $8.50 Blioo. frtsowhero.
Our Children's Shoes aro Just aa clean, We ore
IhU Conio and boo
Shoes and Clothing.
DEIVIN0 A BARGAIN
in real estate is no easy matter
now a-day. If you are not n
adept in the business it is always
the best plan to consult a reliable,
trustworthy and honorable roan
who makes a business of real es
tate, and understands values, both
present and prospective. If It Is
us,, we will save you money and In
sure you future, profit.
Complete attracts lu an lauus
bud lots in Saline Co.
VanDykc & .Co.
West lind, Bank of Saline.
dimes and pennies was secured, and
perhaps a sack of Duke's mixture
nnd a handful of cigarette papers
Doc Smith and Clay Lcmmou were
called upon the next day to inter
view two boys who were suspected.
Placed in a sweat tax, they soon
fes.cd up and turned over the coin,
which had been equally divided and
put away In t'u can. Leslie Stnarr
and Cba Carver were then taken
to city quarter.
Ther were tried before Justice
Ferrlll Tuesday and bound over to
await the action of the grand jury.
A Otutja it Firm.
W. H. Hurt sold his Hardware
nnd Furniture Store on Friday to
Mr. O. II. Johnston of Texas.
Mr. Hurt will leave soon for Barton
Co., where he expects to superin
tend the fruit farm.
We arc sorry to lose Mr. Hurt
and his excellent family, and wish
them prosperity wherecver they
may go. Mr. Johnston is a wide
awake, thoroughly up-to-date busi
ness man, having been in the
Hardware and Furniture business
lor. years. We bespeak for him a
liberal amount of patronage.
The ladles of the W. C. T. U.
had a business meeting at the
hnmc nf Mrs. Robert Sand dee.
on Monday evening.
Frank Avery is building three
cottages on South Jefferson Ave.,
and in sixty days they wilt be com
pleted and for rent.
J. Krct bought out Rasse ou
Friday and will move hi family to
the Rasse building, where he will
contmue to run both establishments.
Rev W R Dobyns left Monday
mornlne for Louisville. Ky. where
he goes in the interest of the Home
The successful patience display
ed by Hutching lu photographing
children Is simply marvelous. He
make a specialty of children's
Remember when in need of
HARDWARE OR FURNITURE,
that 11. F. Naylor 11. ifc F. Co.'h store Is the placo
to go. Special attention at present is called to
our large line of
Bed. Room Suits.
Do yon need one If ho wo can SAVE YOU MONEY.
Now Ih the time when yon are looking for
Come let its sljow you through and giro you our
prices. We are sure wo can sell you.
B. F. Navlor H. & F. Co.
Terms Cash, West Side Square.
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