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I KU' \\ , U'KII. >N ALS. i multi Mr, folltl Ibii ? th lum. ll W Illl it. dirndl li ind.j- wu* u mv aile : ,f Mrs. ii for tia* much ta, hut when fr.un ? ul tliit ? ? ? n loitering oo ti tht- toai ? ?nt in throughout this ? nlil du ? 'it. il Dar* . at wauk in - Ith ('molina -i'lliey ! ltd to loae that portion of ' it for all tim il aud (' ni raid on n Midd li Ile, for t!i mayor pay a line ? town from le in times i waa mville mi ac* an.I inn I This ir hti-i i ly tv I - of ll* elly hat i* the ? the vv indowa and st nut nindi more \ word to thf ? Tin 111:i:.vi i? i thin lim*. ? ? Iiii-ia-in in the proponed m i mon un i*- lit* . . ttl the lad ? lin lllhel idly tn .1 thal u is .f the tbe bill by lakiug off thc U ikliiL' the - nth to the hole than to The ii Hu- eui I b II. III... 1 ..ll, p, ll,,,,,, ? inly eoiiVenlM Which i- to he heh! Ill and i ita for t upei i ? ? i k wa Danna Dr. W . i m, tin- . Mr. J. K .Iinlu'i ? I III ll <' I I i pond, Bi ii" in in in thy .'lng our . i- llian wa- be 11 nu Mr. W. ' Hom ? io join with Pr luce tv ille III I lie e\pi U-e dallip ' I Unit Ihe I'lolllpll-lll'ii without ? bond. Cap! B U tbe t i i -\ n a deplorable windit ion tbe ? Hy ti? ll fl iii, On ni .ti >n ni . ? i-ir fi,mi 1 to U-e all tbe .r building .iv io Hampden ? iiiian o iuatructioD. Captain Union waa Hun unaiii -o|'. i; 1>. Miller, in glowing words aud ii I ('..I. K. A. ti aikei f >r oin* t f the ju Ur. K. Mi. i Mr. .1. I. ? - nominated. The tbi i the uuaiii i ? if the pi i Mi. J. S. Hart waa renominated for . id Mi. W. ll. Burger, Jr. The . itu- enmity conven? tion Wi .I w lihou! opposition. K. D. Miller, le, .li , J. i uni J. V. The Annual Meeting of Stockholders tnnuai meeting of the Btock- ' ding an.I ' IT u-t i afternoon. -aleut alni I and -how - -il the condition of tbe company to lu? lu a n in furl In i which ihe Board of Direc II i ideud of 11 per i em. All theold ' Tht it th ? com neut ou thc fourth 11 ru vi.H. \ i......i l .m. i *in ii'llnt; that well, look well. I laud bildren's. I I mlian oak, .me of the hardes! of will sink in water. The eggs of tbe silk worm are aboul mtiers in the city of OlasgOW, Holland is country in Ku ? ftluty. lu Hungary tb I- of aud hundreds of -niall I Tthoiit a il tctor within ten miles. be buill aero-.-, the .' muiie, between Turn Severin, ii the Komii ami Kio : Excellent Photo Work. Al the recent State Convention of 'irkini a . H. Il? ium i. i ploma and alu of the iii-t prizes for the nee of hi* work. Call at bia iw artistic ain! band* by hun. Pratt' i Poultry - -till Un- i. by H. c (ki i io Ag*l for Farmville. for Hfty I.uta. Cffl. All druKKisla. 188 my wife wei I with rheumatism. Sin* re iiii -lu- tried Cham ellam'- Kain Kalin. Since that time .? never been without it. We nd it gives instant relief lt and neuralgic i I id'. Ki; I lue/, Cal Cunningham Drug Co. Has your subscription expired, f tmptetvu \\ .Ulla -*ll|.|.ll.<l I f you w an! post* If you want envelop. I I yon waul Kill lita i want lt"' I -talelil. D i waul -li [fyou want lettei bi i want hank che I lyon want prog ramil non bills, . want call want wedding cards, I f vu want liii-iiit.*- cards. i want Invitatl.rania, , want business w rappers. vam pamphlets printed, a want job pnntiug of any de ?lipiioii done in tlie i ? md at bottom" prices, call al the oltlc* I lill. Kakmvii . D. i.l> ami H |.\\ I. VOI K I'Kl.N I INO DONE vi IHK HERALD Jill! OFFICE, KAH.MVlKKh I...?II I .111 111 ll ?l.. I ItMf, I . ic ml ol iddeo lllueas, am In hi- place Mr. Charles Bugg, lem of the Council, presided members present were Meaara. J. K I' la Wall imbert, VV. 1'. Uilliam, A. K ? ami Ur. Follow.*: i i The li, a-iinr sui,nun,.,! bis mouth rt which wa* approved. Thia I ? -i the low ll Welt- oul, nd: 1 -a VV. vv W . .l.v V*a .1. : J. VV. I i ni.-, amil., r W . I". ? . Bills w.-re presented hy Un* d of tbe town amounting to 1*621.25 for i'i- ii-. These NM- were from foin physicians a- follow-.: Dr, .1 I. White, -i.'j jo Hr. K ???''I 25; Dr. .1. K. Spencer, $89.75; Ur. P. Wins? ton, -1 IT. Ur. Anderson stated that lu* had not prepared hi* account for vaccination, hut ii wa- mit a verj nie Im would assure Un- Council. Not baviug J in Un- ti. lo meet all Un- hills allowed at this lull- ware laid ni the lilllie until the Maj - --lon. . .'ion of Mr. Uilliam the Street aimuiit ed to go for- j ?vai.l with the work of Improving Hie ' - at once. The subject of I rest I ing from Cum > .Jenkin*' shop was wed ami every councilman -poke ."iv of Un- proposition from lind? ie? men that ihi* iniieh needed work ie done. The Stree! Committee prom* -tai to ? Imatesof i lie coat il the nexl meeting. t-, on in 'tion ot Mr. placed up 'i'h com pa? ling buaineaa in the corporation. The lie.'ii .,"iii by the Council. Mi. Eramberl moved that the "(' the k. .v I'. ; K be petitioned to run an excursion from polnta along lu* line t Parmville, for tbe benet!I of tbe i ii lt wa-stated by Mr. Kraiitli.it that t the in m m. etlug -I the < kinnell the . law would be brought up ami ? nquired Into aa to why the (ecution "f the law iiii- ht it aban* oneil. (in motion "f Mr. Uilliam, electric ghta will be furnished the Y. M. C. A ii ni- li? lli ul in i" m e t al to -1 Ih ai tr ih illllililHilil.nl I wu I....if -ilu.nl No. . >l I-*. I..nil*. \\ ii.illnn. I . Tbe customary relaxation from the ?ilioiis taaka of the current seaaion of ?hool \ ? on Saturday, April h, ami as i- their wont, the aeplring iiplUi balled the advenl of the Dnal iv with merry h. Tin- exercises of iii" day wi ith an In! md Instructive - by Mr. I'.. C. Mi'Uanai'l, a ?ntleiiian of blgb standing in the mior class of Hampden-8idneyoollege| ul an porter of the Ciceron Then follow ttl the recltationa ami ladings liv the pupil-, who KL. -I layed greal talent in their vai ?rfoiiiianres. Tl . oine ternii iteil with a witty selection which ul Ky Miss Wootton in lei laracteristic charming in inner. Quite a number "f patrons ami vial. i iind lent atti ntive u- to the brilliant efforts "i id daughters, iu whom, the patrons lay feel a ju-t pillie. At Hie usion of ti.. mosl delectable nure i Hie iea-t prominent in tin* eater linment. Alter participating iu tbe -liv itu - to a considerable extent, the me came tn say farewell aad teacher nd pupil- reluctantly parted foi tbe acation. One could not hut notice ie disinclination with which the anons took leave of the one w ho hail .voil tl all of her exertion! to Un lotion of the welfare of Un* youthful iiml- intrusted to ber keeping. Thc manner in which the acl -quitted theiii-elve-, am! the many ?ny encomiums upon Mi? ii hy the patrons Join In al on Of the fuel I ..ii* Instructress, am! peculiarly tilted . mdill the minds ot youth with il kiiowTeiL We d our gratitude ?i the cordial welcome whlcb we re? it the banda of teacher ami Upila alike, ami we I lltef a acation pleasantly -pent, they m y ?turn with renewed vigor to grapple i the cou teat fm' Intellectual advance" lent. a. Vim , nation from us I* mi nm re or lite in-iii .it- -onie people who ha i m>t doini* Pai i.i i i .v Pai li ii. i > ? r. '?rlSc. i fuml Uiuuiy. a! CUMBERLAND CONVENTION County Oo Tlie Um a ven lion nf ('mi hell... land courthouse, April 8th, ISJri). Th couuty chairman, A, B. Aim i tbe conveution to order ami ex plained tin* object to he the selection t candid i I . B. Ri J i al- -tain! thal th ?? invention .?? wa- no p a Ile Vate. Col. K. W. K 1 elected permanent chairman. On tak un: tin eh .11 (..I Blanton stated tha ? ?tion hy the convention a a- mUCb a- he wa tie, hm he appreciated Un honor all the more. On motion Mr Jim. I*-. K.-ier waa select! i On motion the chair appointed ? committee "f three upon credentials, namely: F. B. Reynolds, A. .1. Smith ami H. U U. W.I- >n. The coram it reported thal the en! fnun ibe several districts were correct, uni the repori wa fow lug were the delegates: lol ph Ui-in. i K B Hughes, .1. M. Wilson, c. M. Smith, < I ami A. .1 Smith. Madison DI tri I Donald K. McRae, W ti. io, i.lie, ll. D. (.. Woo.l-on, c. i-"ii ami J. M. Perkin*. Hamilton District -C. W. Dickinson, Iv J. Harrison, Flat I I'. B. Kev nod ami W. I . Hallie-. ug res ilir quiring every member of the conven? tion to give the ticket hi- most cordial support. 1 lr- following gen! For < Iii ii. A ti Ali mei ('. W. Sanderson. i 'omni rn weal th I Wm. M. Smith. .nil' ll K AT un-. net "f Revenue, Upper District i \ Davis. For (Commissioner "i i; -venue, Low Adams. Iii.m.lui it-- nominated ami those h fe ited came into the convention ami i their warmest support io the Icket, l.i'Tmi uni Dispatch ami Farm ille Herald wen* requested to pub* i-h th ; ihe meeting, B. W. K Blanton, ('hallinan. NO. I- uv. t lilah I ann ,.l Ino lil lo Ho I li i k .il lim 1 nunn ( HUM. ' lin* ili-j mihiimi of all the clerks offices in 'umina, iu behalf "f the reveoui ar tment of the Fi dei ii < lovernmeul une ii Farmville to examine tbe ?ok- ami records ol the Prince riki ward Dice, aud after making a careful ami lorougb Inspection tin* Federal offl ?i stati ti of our citizens that e found inti one single error or In ?uiaey to correct, ami thal il lore than be could say of any other erk's office in Virginia that he hid ?.unlined. In all the other offlc ul foin,.l i nor-ami Inaccuracies, tan mt the Prince Edward i.ka ami . Mi. '. ll. Tbackston, ami his efficient ?linty, Mr. E. J. NN hileh.ad, diould el proud nf this testimonial to their lehty ami skill, from a Uovernn ;u hi- line of work. li. a. ni sii. .on, i- mum i j. Farmers complain thai the i, d- ol .in- have Keen rapidly filling i. Many bundi yards of rtli are carried fnun our dirt i to the Creek beds yearly. If the :vl- v. evil WOUld he nell abated. Then the toad- would ii-- au Increase of Immigration ami i extension of tbe cultivation of hot in lands, and in this way with ob ructions removed from tb ey would -tour ami deepen channels ai the freshets would he leas disas Whereever there are ta lUtigUOUa faun- that have hoth Cultivated the upper y hun hy freshets. I li. Bl ? "?? I ll I'll ul !'? 1. ' ? ill come oil nexl week in the county mt. Ky -oin.- il h thought that ei,- vv iii he -ueh difficulty iii obtain* g a jury in Prim t Edward a* thal will he nett?my for the Court to ml to another e.ninty for them. i i oiher- who think different!j al say a jury w iii h.- procun nd from th.* lir-t venire. The trial ill not, it i ii-unie rn ueh lune a- il dui before, a* it I- ml peeled that Mrs. Price, the wife "t mer, * ki he brough! into courl ? Iiinl. ni \\ un.I I I...I V i , M .i.lui. There are hundreds of cords of wood lilied iii piles "ii cleared ground arly in thia county thal i- eui i I. il . illi* WOOll ni should get it cheaply. I ? in load- Would allow a two ry ii>iii one lo two ld- of ? any tune "I Hie .var would I iwn the puce ol' all fu ?vu. Parmville auld profll d mbly by Un-, the farm getting a return for lu- labor in . land thal ?- now tliiovvn a nhl cultivate more land, would id sell mole iii Parmville ami a mun IC of the iiih.ii ihe town nilli! have their fuel bilk i'i lin ? K.ilui.r.l ' Vitertfied brick is linnie do! o; it fron tlillelt ut . .V "in kii ? iiinl make good brick . Hat an ni.'l wiih any white av - to ni.a, nu brick ti i ornamental ami ao much mh elay l* shipped from - r hriek laking. I lo I -. I , I... ..I- . 1,11,1 E" . ie whole count, : for cash lo build road* am in pi iimi n wa - for the I .1 they w il ,T. Iti- iii thi- waj lilllie Wei iud a' Bl lo WI d I' Ilia' Ihey ll V lint t' -o that ii U 'ful policy, thei i.i i . -o framed i -hollie niine the aiiioiii,' md tin v Would fall ii"t on mn - hui on on, i more iBi? llowed the legislators in au commendable manner (bat they bave I on the amount oft i i eur W.n. linty "Ut nf T i| I i\ tin* dog. A'ben -tie- dog - In* quits multiplying, just like any other over reduces tb lin sheep iud they multiply ami pay more tax than do the dugs. 'l'he I* will give some per annum. Thi* will buy li? llie hist year a IT ton per hour capacity -. . I alfi ami engine to run the crush* r ami build us a mile lillie- of road yearly. Vei V lilli. iliv.l Sin im vin..-. V v , April 12 ./? //? raid, n ai ' ? irdei alellt la-t Week gut Iii- -late ni-111 iii r.i \ bridge a little mixed, li Ait- Mr. K. T, Mor nd iml Mr. J. B. Uary, who went down with the bridge; and Inci? dentally with a load of guano, yoke I, .Vc ni himself i scaned w Itbout bul one of the oxen wa- drown? ed am! (he guano lost. . n "I being posted in poetry and "*ich like," I am nol prepared lo ?rit Icise the hoy who stood mi the burning deck. Kut "Watkins, my son, make a note ol til your ne ghb irs ami office, and you hobnob with them much, you are ?hm ning '. . . -!- ol' Mrs, I lemana" 'ru !?? -ll I I I. Ill- ..I I..V lill Illili ll f. At i ii M md iy nigh! last, my kindly renominated mc ii"'- oi Justice ol the which I have incl lor many ; their kindness ..r the honor w bi ii they .I ip m i, ! hal I -aunol accept the nomination. Vei illy, Apiil 1Kb, lt. A. Booker. Roll of Honor. Farmvilli l vak cid ng April 7. : Inh un ii Holman lard well, Oscar Wicker, M ny I jillian Wald I ml Whitehead, I?avid- m, i trace Walton, John >V lil Ul. Ligon, ..minn* Ligon, Annie Wilkerson, Ben I o .. 1 . ul. ,, H.Hil. Farmvillb,-Va., April i ? //. raid:?In thc i.. 'aimv ille ha- built mn Farmville irge amount "i : ?'< pei ear ii, i -i"ii. Will the peo le of Farmville Jusl think of lt?1,500 ibabitants twice I'500 ls 8,000 they ii guilty of the wild pending the price of ; chewing gum per capita cr annum an stree! i xpaneion. ;-?? iu a tow ii so large can such be shown?two cen ta bead. With sucb an enori. Buditure she could well say to the lUUtj ni lax ami we will , in order. Ami lone -". Kel any one who .nhl* try to drive to (ox- lively 'I wo (Tm - A ll |(. .nilli lull- iii ll. ?|U I I. The | ?timi.ms were adopt I Ky Hie 111. 'iiiui- of tlie I . .- (1 luh ai a nc ? d 'la. Wtureas, ii bas plea-.al ihe Aim i take from our midst and om ir deceased brothi r, 11 l-t. , . plore the I"-- ol' om lend and brother, ami -hall surely .ii from " ? i as tel.ttl 2nd. I hal we di -ply sympathize ill) the fan. lt .tl. Ti bumble lo (he ,. ii vi ne IT" ni- rem i nat a c 'p.v if these resolutions : I" the ft, ?a-'d brother. E K ht- Pai i Kill"! 1 HRH V. W | \ .1. \\ <T.v m. Ul V'ALL, Vi i;v.\ |'. Pai ii i i. \ I ?? : In Jul minuit r Kuli ul linn.ii District, Sch "il No. 2, luck it \ Mamie Baldwin, Allen Johns, B ..hu-, India Motley, Edith Po . U.umie Baldwin. ? lint Tlnoliliiiu Umida, hi ' - I| ? ' not el? is Pl . I..,Ililli, ? t il i-i Attention paid to Lent than I denied Ku's thing or thal tbe mien of propriety ?when tl I ??after -hal ? ii trifling p 1 posed t?> please the one who baa the ii 1 tcbori -' n'VU), * for the underlyingprinciple of th - aboul li was bj no mes imitation of the great sou! whom i Ile grew, if poa : drew ' and that, be cheered I - by tin and be drank, he went calm? ly to his earthly d.I. There may have been at one ti me a fasting of forty and forty nights in preparing for I lu* lil in the earth, but there o -ueh tenn of preparation for the world hereafter, # * # Lei u* w itlioiit a moment's hesitation ? ilmt tin- oltl Len! of lack-cloth and adies. the old Lent ofoul ind showy ; - |f, Un- ,,M Lent of abstention from earth's plea the return to them having the il after forty daysof denial? ?'i\g into the garret ufo I here let ii ? w ith oilier vague Interprets nf i iod'- will?like Un- slaughtering of heretics, compulsion in believing Imili sourness, damnation of infants md nil sorts of man-made characl lies tii;it hit!,, the greal simple, center truth thai ii < Ire a tor musl love his lll-es. *? * * 'I ol' lll.'ll intel. i'd anew. The interpretation m ty hean advancing one or fail to .??'?[I up with humanity?itself sn ever idvancing thing. We who are still iber ih" "ld emphasis : upon Individual lu* im pori a nt fact tli.tt each had a ? Insisted upon i! itting ?f timi for it ? v wort hy of man, woman and ebild. Hut OW? i lng out of lie revelation of science?that hui me and indivisible, that thi >f ail. lhat Ile I - ? ill. that thc sanctified ml living to itself and for i; - to humanity rather than a friend ". ihat th'- burden of humanity not a thing - 'o he lazy ml idly shift.al off upon th.- Prince of ie Power of ihe Air, hm one whoa :' ir attention and help are n, ni made properly upon the weak ?> willi an lilli'' to feel intered iii a ? What tildi i* th" \.*\v I. int? I lither limited hy docks nor by va j clothes nor hy church] ire no timi - i' du g right, um* for holding self in check itch iii your hand l's nol the nile ns to when the time for doing 'oil i* near. The I ini" i- DOW, and will ullin- till the las! conacioua breath ? he weary body. The thesge we live In, and tha! 't judged as to ii -- by the lither Bah, flesh nor fowl. * * ? Tbe religion of living for others is the I nT-it of Un* New Kent. It is -cen in v increasing pervasion of society, with desire to serve. K for ed? ge men anil women spending their rea and their splendid accomplish en ts among the squalid and the poor, the children of fortune away from the fripp" ?it lt li and the I hiiin ij,* to the uplifting of the Ideas and eal*- of thdr p by such acticalit -. nurs aid to e injured or tin* *-iek OT thei poisoned. in tim clearer understanding al a life given to the scrv i.f the ssl of tin* little onei hu- i au family ia not "loft," hut is simply i tit of the great demand of all upon i l for the beal ol' all thai our bands id hearts and -oui* can do. i lint oi at will make lusty fireman, wiih wife mid children .pendant upon h. I?ly imo ii in order to save a ail invalid who would die shortly un* ?r anv ?nt iimi bel ipenditure ????ii in order to add a moment ? * ? And ? attention . abel . ir understanding md j it I.-ll ill tbl ? histor] of ih" .: in part le , ng back io for? um! may help ? bring the .New Len! ? Ill in Kum.I WUUOtmg H in laying 1.1- ahead v b , i ou- imii it may beatill more ii*, ful .,n ordinary country lally wlieie STPSDSS pm in lead tm.niL' a. it not only iway with tlti-t, hut al-o with mut!, lu a letter, to the .*-.,-,,',/-,? '? ' U.cemhei-T Mr. M. MelgS. sn engineer in th.- United - "c-i.t employ, writing I . Bays: ' ou a .. i-am , bxy road in PMnsy** hlch lay deep in ilu?t rn -uni ?md deep lil iii ii. j iii winter und -pim-, then v..,- BO "il pips lu td. which on a certain . 'i l.ak and -pi, ? quantity of ml mi to th* road. Ali observer noted that lora 1-, lo which tl.il i!td by hoi-,-,' Omi ami wheels, tin- road show marked improvement. Hu* dwi in summer did not risa, the mini in spring 'lid not exist. The explanation would .'" to Kc thal the ml foi med a water tight covering to the mad. ami ths earth beneath liebig div ao rata oe muli could form, and tin- lad beoSfflS Cooli.'' Thli ltd to expelimelKs hy Iff. Which are thu- QSSCai i it-em experiment* are being made through tin* liberality of the -in.dud Oil Company, who, hy Mr. Kockefelli'i*. order-, placed S tank of '?riiile oil at the dis-io-ul ,,f (|u. writer. ..?inlier 80, lin* writer coated a newly graded piece of dirt toad with "il, diatribUtsd bf means of an ini provi-ed -prinkler, over a strip ah mt ? nie hy lino f,.,.| long, ODd part of the roadway was -prnikled more tightly ah.ut SOO fut farther, making 500 or 800 feet in all, ? I barrels of mi won tteed in ? pertinent. Ths day after, tlie sprinkling wai d. ami before thc oil ii.nl time io become ahsoriwd, fm- it -owly, a heavy ,ain fell. The rmd wa-examine 1 during i he rain, ami quites ni irked difference . i between th.*oiled ami nnolied portion*. N\ -.-.-. Ident that tin* dirt bsnaatb (he sorfhes -nil thy ami retained it* rapporting power, while on each side of the oiled . t wa- muddy am! rutty. A with the teiiiperalu flowed tlie rain, and mi tin* -.'dh i ii t \ .nuut-.l. Thc i, i wa- -mi inn'..' dlflsrenl front ths nelgbb u bes; the unoiled road wa-cut up with rut- one to two ? icep, ami froaeo rough am! bard;thc oiled portion was perfectly -nm .th, ami the wheels made on it a muffled sound that showed the dirt beueatb the surface wa-uni'io-u ami The author's concluaiona a- io ths conditions that should rsgnlats the u-e of oil on road* arc lovell hy him SS follows: I . Thc load ShOUid he smoothly gradi 'i ami rounded wail, so a- to shed Wittel'. apply the oil to the roadhed while dry. If the -oil i- tilled w illl waKr, the oil will penetrate with difficulty, and mush of it will u-carried .ll on thc w heels .,f passing wtagons, . Would he Will to loll the ,'muiul after the oil i-put on. lt has i tendency to coiled in rut* and small Hollows, and the roller would force il nm the -oil and ili-trihute it evenly. "I. Crude oil .t- (roan sixty to tine ty cents I" i Inti iii at the well*. [ta odor la illaagn-x allie, sad oil from vhiiTi the naphtha ami kero-ene have leen extracted Would h.- preferahl.- to ipply iii wann weather. NVheti coldi ivy -ul ii 'coin?, too -til! io bs ipplied without heating. Thai could ie overcome by some form of spraying ipparatua using a jet of steam." Remember we lead iu lire ami life [laurance. Tberearsgood rssaonsfbi t. such things never happen sect a icntally. PA! UTI i A Kai U ii. noni < oiikIi. ?al Of your 1 nan l.v keeping ll. ' M -e. people -.'III lo lilllik tii.it i ..I a bad co i :,\ . I\. I yOO Will -.111111 letter Invest rn utu-rtor In a bottle sr David i an it.. Unit eoroi ? baa s ni-!i,ii i tirav. I . i i . t , -ull-lllli. Nll.l Kilt Ula. Tm* Intense itching ind ssnaiting . ? -, i* instantly by applying Cbamtertaln*s i -km Ointment. Many very ii permanently e ,y a. ii ia equally efficient for itching medy (bi i banda, chilblains, ? ?- ami chronic tore eve*. nu box. Kor-ai.-hy Cunningham st Ur. i SIS uni wi 'i- s hen in had rm,ic, blood purifier sod ?,.iiiii: not food bul nedi' a ii, o.une .? 'million. IT, ?em- j by t'liii* lingham iv ? -i-. lill, numil..'. I m..I. Mv wife ha- ii-eti Cbamberlsln'i Pain Balm I t Ism with Hid I can ., i ld li i- S lid limmen! dr rheumatism aud 'loll-etloi'l U-e tor W III.ll *v ? bund I NV. J Cl miTc, Ked V Y. .. ? ad ing tal lie iii-i prominent men in Un* vi lin ?, itiii'I'in. Editor Red! 1 ' o. 11..... 11 ?>. t mu llluu.l DBBaaaOBBa ll un. ?li or purl I A -loll A hat of fifteen men. ,o i o.-ta. ,,,,'. . ...uuey.