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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
HONOR l-<?IC lill PAflrT, UKI.I- lui: THE PRESENT, HOPE POR MIK FITl'ltK. VO] \i\ FARMVILLE, V.\? FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908. \o. ,. CITY DIRECTORY. N N v '?' u V 1 S Ol RH. SAIKINS WATKINS <f WATKINS, mORNEYSATLAW, . ? S. WING, Vi. I LAW. Bay, Prince Edward Coualy. Va. seTCf md Federal. i ( H BLISS. il. AUCriONEJ. . U'HITE A CO., DRUGS. Medicines and Druggists' Sundries. I ||R R M. QIOGOOD, +* DENTIST, ^v ? .1. 8. MclLWAIS - ? I lKHIMA. w. C FRANKLIN IRNEY-AT-LAW, PAS ? ict iminations. . . xzzzzzzzxzzizxzzxzzz put intelligence nun examining your We are careful shall have just what your eye*? require. I them perfectl they will be eom ble. Lenses Ground Properly. Hims Ihat Suit Your Face, Glasses Ihat Fit Your Needs. W. L BUNTON, Jeweler and Optician. NOTICE:! R. FRANC10NFS i Un uta. - ' K. Broad St.. loll, Riebuaood. Va. I. P. I? M1I.ICOKN THC HICS1N PAINTER WINDSOR HOTEL si on Gian, Wood ind Mun UTSeV Nj* YORK armit . iirintccd on no c*a.i.ii -MaDi - SO-BOS-SO 1 eenuin. 1 . $] H.t. ? Itt li.illrniririst. Women a*. Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis? courages and lessens ambition; bea I 4^ --'illness soon ,^Pj dissppuar when the kid ~v '.,?___ "eys are out of order I'l'liV\$r~ Kidney trouble has ?' ^BLi*"*>fc~T;_become so prevalent JB(Bl~N/ ommon lld to be born . with weak kid A M\ ~ ne>'s- *f the chiW -Ulo --^2.- oe-sr*****- ates too often, it the ?Ids the flesh or ll, wh'.n the child m age when ? able to control the paasas-e, it !s yet afflicted with nf*, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first ttment of trouble is due to a diseased i kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as ?lost people su] Women as well as nen ara* made mis? erable v. h need the same great remedy. The nv.Id ar.d the immc. Swssop-Root it is sold by druggists, in fi! '. J*L^^ sample I il ^"-"-SBegSU^^B mg all s ? r, Kilmer N. Y., be rure and ? The Place TO GET THE MO UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY Mrs. H. H. HUNT'S. NEW FRUITS Just Received Fresh - 'lam Laver anil led Raisins, Citron, Curran: Give Us Your Thanksgiving ORDER. Sulk" agent for Hayter Candies. -turk just received. C. E. Chappell. DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY - Backache t of Kidneys, larv Organs. CURE Uropsy, Female Troubles. Don't become discouraged. There ls a cure for you. i Ile has -V-'.l ii llf? " '"" M";L Tree. ST.VITUS'DANCE Got To Die A Lilt' insurance Policy in the Mt nu. Bi m:i ii I-ii i In* N.J., provides for a good sound investment while von are alive and ready cash fur yuur famih when you die, If yam should die today in kvh.it kind ofa condition would vam leave those dependent upon Wauilil they eui I< sour money invested sai i l.v, anti has it GUARANT1 I E. SCOn MARTIN, Agt., I-kKMviii.i.i-, Va. THE TORNADO. low hung, 1 l.li iii flung, .Ik* leaves on the gmt, go by; Ai.J a d??h ol vt pane :.. nm the luavjr sky. tarn ? 1 and groan, ? bs blast, ai.a b?nd I toss - cross, lr tups witt the grasssi bli nd. Bl far kk bare noithwlndai are riie god of the storm com-s lorih; . far tiling briatb shrieking death, 5 over earth. billawa ri?e ? beaveas ate washed li M-ns eevia go out in the tempest's rout, k. j vv. : beekSta crouch and ubloo K0t i mult hot >t pleaaure, go'alen shod, < And stormi awift ciase an outraged I J M Lewis, In Houston Post. The Plot That Failed 1 H UNO to Canada are you?" iTsahed a young New York busl n of a friend about to set off m his vacation the other dny. ibouis In Canada are you go? ng? To the Muskoka Lakes? Well, f lt's not too late I should like to lound a note of warning, for iv t. y boy. Since that summer I lave classified three things as 'dan ;erous to trifle with" in my dictionary -Muskoka, moonlight and Canadian I niu.st tell you my exp io yuu can profit by lt and be tvary. "I was there In August, and late In he month. The girl who attracted ne had had a gay summer and had ill thc accomplishments of a sum? ner jjirl In excellent prattice. and ias, of course, as pretty as a picture -all Canadian girls are. "There was another fellow there? i confounded Toronto bank eli rk, I hink?and to my sorrow she 6eemed r him to me, laughing at my nrlmaing and paddling, and telling ne I kkas at my best in a ballia vas not perfectly at home In a mt made a pretty good showing, l nought, beside her precious bank ilerfc. mid at the rather scarce dances ve did have a pretty good til [ether, she and 1. "And tvhen she let me take ! n the moonlight on Lake Ros.eau, kith iu dark pines against the sky I romantic back ;roumI, she and I In a light cv : Ila*] water, her little brown icad against my Yale cushion?well, . you'll find out what it feels ie you're many weeks olderor 'm much mistaken. Of course, I uade a fool of myself?for any mans i fool who persists as 1 did with so Kile encouragement, but we did have i pretty nice time, only she would con in'ie to laugh at me. "Time went on and I had only one lay more to spend at ths hotel, .'nings were getting serious. She was ; with me for a faux pas I had uade the day before, and evidently i i give me the cold shoulder? .nd it was my last day. I decided on .edon as absolutely essential to bring hinge to a point, and after thinking very deeply I decided that she night love me if she could i .nd admire me more than she did hen. So I must compel this eruo ion, and how better, I thought, than iy saving her life at the (apparent' isk of my own. "Now, lara a good swimmer, though lot as fast as the other fellows up ? sj"'!iil long summers on lie water, doubtless, whit li 1 have HOM. They called me 'Ferry ?oat' and 'Molasses' when we all went wiiiiniiiig together. So I determined UM lie to their odious epithets nd win my lady's gratitude am! ml niration at one fell blow, by getting er out in m> us ag ?olh. anal doing a grand rescue act. "The first and most difficult part nf iv plot was getting the girl te ut with mc at all, but by bein: about 'my last day' I man ged t hut much and my ooursgi " 'Whams shall w? go?" I asked, had her In a neat, whit) ? in the bow of my us go to Port S-' she re ? morely. 'I want to get a Im for my camera. Is that loo far?' ' 'Nothing could be too far lo nie Inn \"'i are with nie,' I an .entally determined, however, that lent should happen befi rent half the five miles that lay be OUT hotel and Fort S-. a little, but ber m.in OOl, and she allow, d tbe ?ion to languish as we ut of the bay and tm ned wes! ward Hers thora wai quite a nts and wind wen is, so that I had to pad le my hardest to make the boat go Sinldealy she ex "I.i-t rue help jot*,' and in ? my besrerhinps Inatsti urnlni? round and paddling too It ld male a difference, and we nent long beauilfully after that, as her lj bool to the arvin strokes of I bad only her back, iy ber profile, i t, so puahoe, on In order to gel round point where we should linn iiiitti and so get out of the sight of r ? ' ami the neighboring Island*, wained to do up this adventure roora aiul have the whole landscape i ourselves alone, and so make my doa' In really fa windings. ..fut on till we had left the olnt behind us and turned om o that the waves came directly on ur starboard sids The canoe was lOlcult to keep straight, and as we ere bothleaningorer our paddlesand tuowing a good deal ofweight on our wn sides of the craft it was scarcely y for me to do anything. 'A troke too long,' aa the poet says, was li that was needed, and there waa s ireh and a splash, and over we went. "Hut through some stupidity on my art my feet got caught In the thwart. ? n, after a moment, I ma I to e\ii. In*,-, my linly was culb? in the mo: way, meanwhile. swimming I . element. " Are you all rlgb * than I thought rn net and hair st ai. so calmly had she fallen in. , I ni all right i. help you,' I ai her dir. "'Doo't bother about ms 1 mn easily swim to shore, lt's uni a quarter of a mile. Von hod right your canoe and put thi in before the cushions sink, she went, striking out wini a long, easy stroke that looked good tor twice the dist.i I, I was in a fix. I n* tt-ntied to overturn the ? I pletely In tipping the girl oui, and I would not have done so it mv ed teat had not caught, for 1 b the allghteat idea how to right looked so simple to have Jost spilled us out and then support Int; hi one arm while I n cetera, with the other?le had au idea of towing I holding tba painter lo n ? ii others do. B ?1 schemes o' ml gang aft a-gley.' So What peet willi such a clumsy ; For though I bad bathing 1 had no Idea a woman swim a quarter of a niue in her clothes. "Fut don't you be snip thing Canadian girls do! Well, I had my hands full, trying canoe over without filling ll nj li yourself and after vainly struggling with it for ten minutes and hoing BOSl move lt, so luavy was ii. 1 ga and made for shore, Which in. witch wus (sat approaching v.. energy. "Perhaps I osao't vexed wh n looking behind me. cootslolttg Hie bunk i i-i.. and two other men from our fa down up.rn the shore Just in ii my companion in d i bey did noi lo nolice me till th. Bl insulting,.: 'Hello, I'M. i girl, eh?' ma. I nearly choked then and I "Well, they carried ber off, ead nd enough to empty ii for me and push It off in rn] Bo i i Ismhsrad in and ps ? if, a sadder and ? ; man. "lier engagement to the ban was announced thal nm.v espposs I was hean: Intended leaving ii, .i day. for I should!! mg lunger. . Naturally I WS laughing stock of the bon Ibis fur me io eiplaia would have believed I had di ? a Hiing which made i so i.r a figure. So I h.u! swallow my rac Joy into tl gain. "Bel I'll never try an; ihat on a Canadian girl agar ?ni. either, my bo dangerous game."?N. Y. Tribune Brm il lllieil i. 11 h Si-n-W nti-r. The fashionable baker? tained only a sheaf of wheal, a a bouquet of arbutus. Tin Inti his shop resembled a parlor. Tl was all roncealrd. "Tin Mid the man, ' made with sea water, li fresh water Tbll I nod for rio. It has a saltier taste than we are accustomed to, but palatable. In fad, he who li! ? things is apt to lil ? '.an the .' ' me about three months aco ta some of thia bread for bi first I made six loaves a day, I make M My sea watt r corni me from Atlantic City I ?ir*s who buy the bread say lt ls the only Hm! tl eat fresh without dlacomfi too. that it has ar thl ni: that they have bc | Ki i ord. I.r,.i. 1. ?f m Uriailral Hm-I>,-I..r. Old bachelors know a gr? it they did not. I be old ba,ii. ly knows why a woman, when ?=he trips over a chslr-rocker, always he romes home. Puring eonrahlS, he talks ac ? I nelgbl" V,ni,.-rn I imbrr I.Inc. The ll with kiilua: ions. Flack i ' ol un' bec to Boult I ignate ihe northern limit of bea and birch, ii sill mark the northei ot sugar hard maple.?Lumber Journal. Ili-fore That, ' ? at a rim I Waiter No, Bah. We ' cn ls BtOCh li Mi. I, ? l|U.?l.? not at church? Tlie Utile F'.v I at church Tba- llioll.l. "Blga I B firm Star. Ilrfrrr-rl faa ? Dear Friend. ]1. |l,. J ..ill, mk admirers than brunette.? j f-,*,e?1 don't kn<w. Y"u might ask * . .mer; she hus had experience capacitates Illa (.riff. Funeral Director (to gentleman entering door)?Are you one of the mourners, sir?" Gentleman?Yes. Bs owed me 1300. GEN. GRANT'S DEATH. k Illili). I i.iirlilni: 1*1.1 orr ol rn Marni airnblr Iii.-ul by Oem. Murnea- r.irt,-r. "I want lo ,!n* with that which lt nt in th, life of ? -.iiiii. "Itv | -ara ag w York the last h. Tba morning thi in that vicinity, aros, earlier than was their wont. The; end more time that morn ing in mun: : boons whirl ii.-it da; they bi rca by th' mmaodor, ta give him a la rolnto. In th forming; in ni shiel lay th ? r. The hand which hat ord of count - ratnn Iriendly grasp. Th triumph "lie legions of America' ? r call for th draft which Blahed the thlrs ?rate ol that bed of a: ui whlcl new world had iii.len at th n, whir.' 0 deemed wor thy to stand with 1 TH! - :.k.\3. i In the presence of prince! ? music lg Hie same strain ? irg. the same quirk i lils men had sped In ho lil of l.ee through Virginia And then carno the heavy, mcasurs' ag columns, a step whlcl acquired only by years of nerrie In the tb-ld. ile reiognbed it all non I tterani With 1 nainlng strength h I to the win aiow. As b- B those hatti I to him In salute, thos I riddled, bat lle-stiti n.nants of their for ly enough o :i which to print Hie names o ad seen, his Bj more kindled with tho flames which ha. lichted diem al Shiloh, on tlie helghtao Chattanooga and amid the glories o Appaiii-ittox. "As those war-scarred veteranslooksi with uncovered heads and upturnei ?line npoS the palll ?! chief, cheeks whlcl -n bronzed by southern suns am begrimed with powder, were bathed li tears of manly grief. Roon they sat rising the hand which had so oftei pointed out to them th" path of vic Bs I Md ll slowly and painful ly to his head in recognition of thel looa The columns had passed the hand fell heavily by his side. It wa military sa' WHERE WERE THE GENERALS Uriari,lr. of Hie \rinr DM Splendla Woi-la. I ml<-r Ihr Iii, r, lion ul I ,,|?in li. The magnificent army that Shermai led in bia great march to the sea wa ad of 37 brigades of infantrj rigades of cavalry and fou les of artillery, says the America] Tribune. Hf the infantry brigades live were rom I : by colonels nels and two b; majors. The artillery brigades were al ijors. The cavalr; nmmanded by colon els. In ki<w of then facts the questloi naturally arl Ity of brigadiers, o home, or were they In th' - holding soft Jobs o looking after 'snaps,' while the bri H the army were doing suehsplen did work at the front, led and com manded by colonels, lleutentnt colonel and majors?'' ahleonessna no one will dispute the fact that all o th?*m would have matte good and com faoarola, Why were they glvei the eommsad and responsibilities o brigadiers with rank and pay of subor The point I wish to make Ir this "The army of the Unltet ? d largely of men o intelligence and good moral Btandln as citizens, and from the field am : our regiments good brigade o division commanders could be selectee and in the rank and flleof ourrompsnle were many men competent to commsn regiments, ss was fully demonstrated b; many captains at the heed of regiment and noncommissioned officers In com mand of companies. These fads firmly establish th claim that has been mada that ou army Bf ? was a represents intelligent and progresslv American citizens. , A Ittiii.ii kalila i rf the moat remarkable cold, f Mr-, a iel truala' E. Fenner, Marion, I ntl , who wi 1 coughing ami straining bo weaheoe me thu- : in weight from l-l IT aif rf avail until I DO ?ttles f :"pntin my lunf -mal weigh health ami strength." Bold by Th Winston Dru| A cobla read st beal is but a wiro pulling altair. Corea iiiimmI. skin trimble-, i tocor, Ilium! I'liisiin. I,rcnta*-t Weed Furl, lier Kn e. if your blood is Impure, thin, dlesae ed, hot or foll of humors, if you have til,mil potaoo,eaoeer,earbooeloi --i-ofiilH, t-iv.i'inii, itching, ri-ings and lumps, scabby, pimply ?.kiii, boin pains, catarrh, rbeomaUam, au- any blood or sk take lb.tunic Blood Balm I B r> B.) aeeording to di reetiona. Boon nil Boeaa beni, bo hoi .tlul pain- -.tup, the blood i- inmlo pura .-uni rich leaving Hu- -kin free from ever] eruption, ami giving the rich fl health to the skin. At toe mom lune, ll I! B. Improves the di| Ivspepeia, strengthens weak kid Just the medicate fur old pi o? "?ni new, vigOTOUl blood. Druggist,|l per burgs bottle with directions for home euro. Sample ; prepaid by writing Blood Halm ;-iiiia, i,ii. Describe trouble aod special free medical adrien also not in sealed letter. I'. B. B lsespeeisllyad? vised for aili-.mil', deep-seated i-ii-e- >,f impure bl,uni nlial skin diflCOO fter all else fails. - nu- nun mr- ',, , ,|,,w to make -in - oeaeftil psIMx i lin lli-t i.iiiinu-iil. "< liaml'i'rliiin's 1'niii Balm [fl imii -iilereil the beal liniment on the mar? ket," write Poet a Buss, "f Qeorgia \t. No other liniment will besl a cut ur bru ise so prompt ly. No other afford*: -inii ijiiick relief from rheumatic pains. So Other ia BO va I nub le for dee j. pains like lame beek and poles in the cheal Glee thia liniment a trial and you will never wish to be without it. sold by The Winston Drug Mom y certainly talks whoa it la pol as a guaranty. k Killian at Bicycle, rerminated with an ugly eui on the leg uf J. I',. Omer, Franklin tirove, III. lt developed ? stubborn ulcer unyield? ing to doctors and remediea for four >ea!'- I ben Buck len's Arnica Salve cured, lt's ju-t ?s good for Hums, ?-km Kr upi ion,- nmi Iii- - it \\ h.: . ig Blore, Nu mau cut adil lo lu- greati trying i" belittle others Energy all gone ' l lead aclu mach mil "f order .' simply a i [ live!-. Burdock Blood Bitters vt ill make a new mini or woman of you lin re i- alwin - room ni the top of a itali i-o-IUIlie f,,I 111, le ii'-tllllle. Hundreds "f lives are Bared every year by having Dr.Thomas'Electric oil in ! be house JUS) vv lieu it i- nei 'led. Cures croup,beats lunn-, cn-, wounds of ever] sort, \\ hal -"lue nun in. il I- a curb that will prevent them from butting in. Hie .Milli (cullin I'.,it I. Pi J. H. c. Wm-!,,n, ,,r Hampden snii.cv, Ya, writes ii- tool ba ha* IWClVC -Icci lill,nie l-laml Ketl OOCfc end-bled lr,un a |60 tim, win,ii lie ?t ill ili-|, .-,' .1 Im | , en. li or three f..| |10. He say- auv m fl i f ibfSa males iv ely vtnitli tU lo any paraoe ?w nmg twenty Imus ami mining one lim alu-al lin, ken- dining Hn* v.-ar. lin- oller ii" i l-l \Vnta? inui III "le ?? Tbe thirsty man has the drowning man beat a Mock as a straw ? 1 uti-liiT. Hui) Makes ,i hail maller W Perbspeyou have never thought aif it nut tin* fail mii-t beapporsot tat every "lie ibm ""ii-i'pam ii i caused by a lat-k if vvit'ei iii Hie -\ -l.'iu, anil tba drastic cothorttam like tbe old Isahlooed pills only makes s bod matter wom 1 imiiiI ei lam'- S,,>m,i,ii anti I.iverTab lii- ure much more mild ami gentle in their i iii-ii, and a ben Hie propel duse i-taken tlieir ttiii',11 i-so natural thal in- can baldly realize a la tba piled ot tim un iinine. Trys 25 eeo! bottle of 'inin in -ale bk toe Winston Drug Cn. A li.iy's lirsi pan of trousers always lit if Hie pockets are large enough. slops tlie I .nigh ami Murks nfl the Cold. Laxative BfOflM Quinine Tablets ?me a t'olil in one tiny. Ho cure, Ne pay. Pries, '-'?"< cents kkk*, ll I SiKklltkl. I i-.l t.si i.SS ail i b.arartei ands.I repolaUon laaaeb stat* om in no- a.,nniy r, iiuiri -l lo ??? in,I advt ,> boat. : nunn, ml standing, ?siaiiiry r:i 00 week I) with expenses addition ,. anil ">, n-ii ipr, ci each ? Ja* fi,,in In .ol nih.a--. Iliir-e iaiul earrln*, i ia*a -. lu - a.I,lr. ... .1 . :. Deal born hi ,1 li ?f tin- -bul waiata maka bstb> lng -lilts look vei k in POSITIVE PROOF. Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic io Farmville. DflCaiW lt's tbs evidence "fa pr uni iienl man. Tealimouy awslly lovastlosted The struugi - seal ol ?aril Tba baal uf proof. TbOSBSsY. Moeby, nf Ly llfllblirg, twelve vtar- magistrate "f Bedford member of tin-state Berra from pain and irregular and distressing acUous of Usa kidneys f,,r year-, lin ie vv aching pm ii righi a, ross ? ma. 1 be niling al i lines was ,',,iis!ani and often n iiml I lianlly gol atwood, ll I would etoopmy kidneys arnold feel uni nu account aif 'lie pain lt WOB "Hell ililli.-ult for ma* lo straighten up. Poe aeetstioae tram tba kidneys wera .li rk colored anti ali-ire-.. Illg. I Ililli lllll'erellt lellleille- lull Willi little or BO Success milli I -aw Kidney Pilli ad earl lead ami highly recommended I procured a hoi ai Hie H.C. ('rule Drug Store, BO* ed Hiern a- dir-cteil anil in a short lime noli,-ttl theil baned I COO* tinued tooUsstmoot, taking bal one bog, ain! its a re-uli, Hie aching and Hu* aec ret iona baaooM sortosl. I bore also onad I''an- ?liniment, ami massed ii a.-it mai vel for heal mg anti allaying irritation." Flenty more proof like tins from Farmvillepaopes Call at the li. c - Drugstore ami auk what Iii* Di r- report. ile by all dealers, price SO eenie i by Foeler-Milbiirn Co., Mudall N. Y , so'le agents for Hie Cnited Htates. Iiiineinliei tbe name Doan's and take -'itute. revel loo late hi spcud if ytiu'vi g'tt it. _ Hives are a terrible torment to tht little folk*, and to some olde: Easily liin-d. lilian's Ointment nefOi fails Instant relief, permanent cure At any drug store, 50cents. Vou kiiun Wh.il lim tr. I.ikhu When you take (.run'- l.i-|,|,s (lui I Tonia- beesoaa tba braaals ls pisinly pru.led on every bottle showing thai it i- -imply |r,,? :tlll* t^|j|i,,lt. |n m. No Cure, No I',, Mop lii.it lough hehir, n .(op. j,,,,. ;, till cur., it, ns mimi,.: I, ,;?,',. ?k nil.-A Qa uni Win-Ion Urn*- lo. I,i Ll ip|if t toot of pure rry. Ilr.i on earl!, tl,,11 lin, :,K Holl? and Willi It takes a woman at a man neram the aisle in a car w lieu slie -cern- to l,e looking. "Ut aif the wiu d"W babied ber. lot ure a < old in om. li.ii, 'lake I.illative BrOOM Quinll leta. All druggists ref and toe rooney ,f it fails tu eura. B. Vf, > Irove's signa? ture ison each box. Wall Paper lu giea.te.-i variety, Imtii ni prices ami sty les of print, al l>uy lie's. Eight Days On HI- Hack ? i vi lin two a D)| lillie \.i ve ami i;oi,e Limn iivi.-ns A Minor Drug t 0., Hn-limoii,!. '. lii'liUellle.-i: I hill e I.i ? i. an lng ) ? nnil Hoi, 1 rtuij, ll n cl,arm. Kor right dayl ln-,-11 on mv -hark uni <-,,Mill hoi n,, aOer two applications I aaa nt Very truly yours, K. I". Hum kn, North View, Va. . Wiilta- 4 to. ami kV imitiu llruir. Co Chilli cut in nan smart fringe. \oi a Mik Bsj Stace. "I was Ink, ? lick kt ith kid ney trimble. 1 tried nil -mis of medi? cines, iione of which relieved mi day I -nw an nil of your Electric Fit? ter- and determined to try thai. After takingn fes do-as I felt relton soon thereafter was entirely eared, aod have not s. fl -ick dny -ince. Neigh* Inns of mine have Men cnivd of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Liver and Kid? ney troubles ami (teneral Debility." Ibis I- wh.it , C., writes, linly .'uk-, ni \k Drugg Aigreli- uspoculioi aud varied in (iiml nf Pill - after W feen. Mr C. Haney, of lieiieia, O., lind the pi toa for IO years, Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting good. De* Witt's Witaii Hazel - ed him permanently. Invaluable for cuts. burna, bruis - Berna, totter, toll rheum, aod all 11 ter iain diseases. Laook for the ooma Da Will on tin cheap, worthless counterfeits. liie Winston Drug Cu. Hie hlnii-e front is aol ai extreme as it wa- "' \ MeolHc Hist nt en. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the st'iiiiinii tlint which it is unable to do ror itself, even when bul slightly dis? ordered or over-loaded. Kodol Dye* I lire supplies tin- nat ural juia'es of digestion and does the work aif the i, relaxing the nervous U While the inllnineal l I lint or? gan are allowed to mst and beal K,h1o| Dyspepsia Cure dige-i s w hut you est snd enables the ttomseh and di? gestive organs to | ra n sf orin all food In? to rich, red blood. Sold by The Win? ston I i|-ug Co. ls are still to Hie fore i mul dook making. - nt the joint- from tin* inside ;" timi's the tn?*tlu?1 of cure by I. eldo. You'll timi il is your druggist's pride. Pale blue seems t" Ire tba modish color of Hie moment. FB0HB01 I" Hill! v. leg Mat of I -iii-Cliaiiibi'riiiiii'- Ceegh Itemed t. Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban, Natal, South Af: * proof that Chamberlain's Cough !;?? med] i- ll tlili* for old mid young, 1 pen you the following. A neighbor of mine had a aiiiM Jos I wo months old. It had a very bad cough and the parents did not know whet to give it. I suggested toot if they would get a bottle of Chamber? lain's Cough Remedy aod pol upon tbe dummy tent tba baby ??* sucking il would HO doubt cure the clnld /iiiis they did and brought ipiickrelief anti euri I his remedj ls for - >n Drug Co. Fright '?'doled -ilk lining- ale Worn uml. r timi fal \ Head Niiiue. From personal eiperience I thal Dewitt'! Little lm ly R - unequalled aa a liker pill. They are sightly named because they give rtrength and energy and al" their work with ease kk BoreOO, ttt. I'h.iii-ni tiny little pills ni ptefei others, beeauo -1uni. They cure billi" torpid livr, jimmi deeba, I constipation, etc I hej d ? nol purge I anti weaken, bul clesnae nnd strength* lld by rho Win-ton lu.i. (iirdles are inucli kkotn. lin- brood,I ? I jabed ? nea an -marter-i ( li.mil.crl.iui'- ( uiigli Riiiu tlj i* I'h a-* , .ml lo l.ik, I uiiiiy of granolati sugar is used in the manufacto Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.and tin tlator similar to maple ty rup, I ninking it quita ph' H Mr \k'. i Roderick, of Pootosyille, Md , In spca ki nj ol tl mia: "I bora used Chamberlain's Cough ! with my children for several years and can truthfully say it is the best prepa? ration Of the kind I know of. lin* children like ta Uki injurious after effect I or -nie hy The I White silk gl"kt- ".me daintily eiu broalieretl iii pansie- and forget-ine-iiot-. No matter how long you liave had the cough ; if it hasn't already dei sumption, Dr. W',..xi's Norway Pine syrup will em I/mg cloaks of linen, mik ai I muslin are seen I In .ip laOOi. We can sell live hundred s gund Fuckingbain land well a and watered, convenient to railroad and gis-1 neighborhood, but without build ? i-er a' re Fahmvii.i.k Fa km Aol 5# Gold Bonds can be bought on the instal? ment plan, becoming yours in ten, fifteen or twenty years, or in cate <>f your death the property of your wife or other beneficiary. Thele bouda arc lamas! by The Mutual Liri Iksueajti e Company of N'rw YoBK, I he largest financial institution in the world. If jr,u mi.h lo knvw tarin, on whiVri the?? ?on,I. are offered addren, slating mi age anal lu amount of income tu would like lo begin hawing twenty yean ! I'm MuTU.lL Lil I Ins! K Company of New York, Ritual li A. McCrsrtv, rrciidcnt, N?w Von. N. Y FRANK ADAMS MGR., Kb HM"M' W. P. VENABLE, District Agt. A WARRANTED TonTII BRUSH FOR 25 CENTS IF NOT SATISFACTORY RETURN TO US, Anderson Dnui to. ROBES OUR BUGGY ROBBS or this season ore handsome** han ever, and will tully sii*-t.iin mr reputation of carrying thc BEST LINE ii the town. (*ui prices are ight too. Bc rare to lookover our -st a k k it'iorc ymi buy. Wi- arc rare li.it we can please you. Paulett & Bui. Don't forget thal ore sell [uarantced Itnivet and sn CHICHESTtR'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS .?f. laarfle.. a?k Iirunrllt fol III. Ill s I I ll s ita.I.loll a, *t,d and lair no nllirr Krfll.. dangrruu .ub.ll ullon.an.l In,il.lion- . ra?ri?, I. : I'.rlloll.r, lr.ll ......lal. ai I "Krllrr fur l.m*tru." ct leitrr, .rta imi. iii .... . < 111'-111 HTKrt i-IIKMIHll. OO. Hull 1 m.ti..,li l?uirr, 1*111 La., PA. M..li.. Ul. ...... Liver Pills That's what you need; some? thing to cure your bilious? ness. You need Ayer's Pills. Want your moustache or heard a beautiful Irowi 'if rich black? Usc Buckingham's Dye ?.Octa tri mnmmtamm* P Wa'ltCo Nail.a.N.H AueLmJ WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUB FALL LINK OF Ladies Ready M.-nie Skin-. lints, Sha Furnish? ing i (act every? thing to ix.- fovnd in -'"i UP-TO-DATE Dry Goodaand Notion Store. \ oari to i FLEMING & CLARK, Main St., I'miiivillc, V.i.