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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
HONOR TOR THE PAST, HELP FOR THE PRESENT, HOPE POR THI PUTURX. VOL XIV, FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER ll, 1908. NO. ll CITY DIRECTORY. N N s i:. Cralle tile and -1 is and - and W. QUIIaaa ? .md sr. 1.. I I s. I frail* and NN'. ..ti and fl aud ll. i,Jr. - ? iUrt. COUNTY DIRECTORY. ? vi inul Circuit ? s - ni niau.. A D Si RH. WATKINS WATKINS $ WATKINS, -AHORmS AT LAW, K S KM SI l-l el. C'tlttl . ii Aine ehmond. ises lu Lank / S. WING, l?. .; I. N NV Green Ba;, Prince Edward County, Va. BSTCOURTS:?State and Federal. (< H BLISS, RERAL AUCTIONEER, KS ISMS II 1 I ind adjoining \yHITE 4. CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, ?inpounded. K MINIS 111 | |)? fl M BIDGOOD, - DENTIST.^ KB c. B CHAPPELL. j s. Mcilwaine, LAW, Fa K.MS 11,1.K, - - ? VllKMMA. -Ortii-e io mraa Bpilduso, ? w. C FRANKLIN . ?KNi:V-.\T-L.\\V. iwiriiv CITY, i our! of . irU. Exact Examinations. . . xxxxxxxxxxzzzzzzzzxx We put intelligence inti) examining your ? eareful that you shall have just what yniir eyes require. We tit them perfectly so that they nn ill lie com? fortable. Lenses Ground Properly, Hims That Suit Your Face, Glasses lhat Fit Your Needs. f. T. BLANTON, Jeweler and Optician. NOTICE! . Klcbmond, don't SUI in mi R. FKANCIONE'S I'l.ACKS ll) Hu i ".|?an plan i I tltillifstll I . 90 .i-nts. ' Half-fry,'Jo es'iits. its. Porterhouse steak, 25 Baals, .-.m. M7 E. Broad St, H.t.!'Ll ??ck fr.im the City Hall, iiiutmd. Vb. usi. An Interesting case, based upon the bringing up of a boy. was heard be-> luBcsrnlng lloma 'or? a Masaachu t.-i . setts Judge the ntlier Iralulna. . day. Afather brought his 17-year-old boy Into court upon the charge of stubbornness. The Judge asked the father why he didn't tuake the boy behave. Ile replied that he had tried and failed. He had pun? ished the boy, but the boy would claim police protection and then he had to stop puniahing. The Judge, says the Chicago Tribune, probably not knowing what better to do, remanded the boy to the care of the father with instructions to rojmrt to him at the end of two weeks whether he behaved any better. If not, the father is to send him to some re? formatory institution. Of course the boy will uot behave any better In real? ity. He may pretend to do so, but In the end he will have to go to the insti? tution, lt would have been a saving of time to send him at once. Of thi paitits to this case the boy is the only consistent one. The Judge showed lit? tle knowledge of human nature In sup? posing that a boy In two weeks could abandon the waywardness and stub? bornness of 17 years. The father showed little knowledge of boy nature tn supposing that he could make any change in the nature of his son at 17 years of age. In fact lt showed he had sleeting his duties as parent for about 16 years. Such ls often the case In the relations between parent and child. The parent lets the child go un? controlled through childhood and into boyhood, perhaps because the child ls not specially willful or disobedient. Be? fore he has got far into his teens, how? ever, he openly defies parental author? ity. The parent then attempts to exer? cise lt, and, of course, fails, and the blame is laid upon the boy. In a week or two the father expects to undo the work of years and to undo it by force and compulsion. There is nothing more difficult than to make a good boy, even when he "ls caught young," but there never has been and there never will be a person with power or skill enough to turn a bad boy Into a good boy In a fortnight under any circumstances. To attempt it when a boy has reached 17 ls worse than folly. Solomon laid down a rule which works well sometimes: 'Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from lt," But Solomon did not mean that the training should begin at 17. It must begin In earlier childhood, "pre? cept upon precept, line upon line, here a little and there a little." with infinite patience and untiring industry, and even then the effort may fall. The parent who walu until his boy ls 17 and finds he can do nothing has only himself to blama. Women a?; Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis? courages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor and che?"fulness soon disappear when the kid? neys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that lt is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid? neys, lithe child urin? ates too often, ii the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it ls yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon lt. the cause of the difficulty ls kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble ls due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. V/omen as well as men are made mis? erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate ellect ot Swamp-Root is soon realized, lt is sold by druggists, in fifty cent and one dollar < sizes. You may have a| sample bettie by mail free, also pamphlet tell- Roma ot swamr-nom. ing all about it, including many of the thousands ol testimonial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmei & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.. be sure and mention this paper. Doo'l in.ikc any tn-stiike. bal n e.,., NMiitiii.-KiMit, lir. Kllmer'i -twain p Root, anil tin- address, Blnfbamp . ? nu e\i t v bot Excess Of SmoKing Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Cured Me. ? v t U| .'"I ti.I ll Iii the the le t . sufferer leis tn it "|> "i I" ? ? common sw and who .iel thnr nu ? warned iii tune, by the folio" ??I mt iled with an al Ithinl ' advice 1 was I treatment w ? Mc. I faithfu B md am pleased to sav that niplete and perraanr [ nning the use ol J . . ? v breath, and (er the time I hough my heart ha 1 tue spit-mini I n cheerfully recommend Dr, - ? -terative Nervine and i ? ail sufferers from heart ol Yours truly, Elijah ll vi 1,1) than. Ala. All druggist* sell and guarantee I lies' Kerned. en Nervous ami 1 leart De Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. LIBRARIES FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. lb Hf I .Children nf Itu I inter? esting hooka lind.' li --,, yen bave un eicelleul ??; . git ii I'lie Herald will sn,ivs tl sod all Hint is Deeded ni mn tl i- systi mill: ?, ik foi i weeks. Read tin- t'..li..\i ,. . fully, uml linn mi,I. Hlnl Will ll I | Foi l'i in ss nt dub! nul *erl| l Herald ss iii give is | lieu BDOUal - il.- I.;?' 0 ness anuna Herald ss il: lim a |*>2 lil.nus . ns tin Herald ? ni ..ne ? |20 library. Fur -ll DBS Ullin... ids tin Heraitl will . Fur 1") new annus .-is t|1(. Herald ssiii gisi-Hjii library, Fur Iii in ss him uni subscriptions tbe Herald will gt Poi Belies snou il -ns tin Herald will gist-a | liianks wm ie furnished fri i scluH)l wishing in vs in ? |. srlll Le Deeded inr un ii mi tbsss blanks must ii Ulled a: d by Un- icni'iii i fi th ?erlptiou win beoouuted unleac ni tm ti, Drop :i i Ina Harald stalins; boa. many tdunks Sim iinnk > ni can ase Sdi....I- may combine i getht r it they ssi-h li tietter f. rai il it can io alone; inn la book both a Ism comillie .illili', ? li might get les- Ulan i ..lil ii A- Hie Ufa; I . I ., ? les- than tin- niiii,I . umbel iniL'lit combine a llb ? Bool ililli ll - -lue Ol Hie luniks, lu lu- tsvi schools iingiit decide, i I tn the Herald sIsl* - t library, ask bim l Herald tn Miine of lil- lllftiil-. il winalot ' B(iae hi the folio* hil: e. lulu must bave a iultab! . ss bid t" Place Hie hunks; alni li have ell bel sd mg "t cloth to prol ct tbe illlst ai gel a I.kea-e inatle an-i public sj.irileil iiti/ tm <l. Nuts carafully: February l-l inr Un lil.ian al'el I I :tll Hit nash, and bs foi already ou cur sub* Aihlit-s- all comm lo tin Fakms ii.i.i; Hi l-'.il DJ Superintendent's b NVi.K.-li.SM, Vs , < I ymir plan rbi fui Dlahlsbii tba pnUtC .-cliit.il.-, alni Hil lake gieal ? ill -ei-elmg .sllltalile I d- ssnuiiiig the prizes, Youl lill one, uml 1 tiu-t it may be tbs n giving tn m.i cbrrai Dumbei of isaflal Of all mir im 'l- I consldei greate-t, A lihiars would awaken tba minds of the chil? dren, Basks ii Ibsen an ati'ici mit n BSakS them iimie ngular in atleudanoi and open tn them :i aol ld Hiing- ,,( ss Indi veiy fess ol th even a flltTapse. Ami would ul-' derive gnat u .iks W lien tiny Uti h-him- by tbs childraa. Vary truly 1 J. ll. : UIgl ni BOOKS. Below will lie band the nam lbw of Um Dooks thal the Herald will give tn tini.-t winning s prize In the Herald BubecTipMoD contest. \ ihi-se books worth striving foi fnr blain losub si-Ilhe fur IbS Hi'lill'i and In-11 > the Babool library. The way to Wil is ttl gel t<> work sod try. Steady elton will lill youl - books; I, silas M. Alcott - tie W'o mio, Little Men. BtC , Ave \ Little Lord Fauntleroy, Sarah Craws Issn Little Confederates, Life ? Lne, Llle ni Stonewall Ja nt Hird Life, King of IbeUoldi n Rivi r, : N -rguiia Histor, tie Sisters, Story of the Ihirteeu Colo ns of tin- I ll J nf thc Etonians, Storj ol I Stories Inr the Utile Ones, fi ('rustie tm Bojru 'I;'1 i ii ri-. Ba it ||? lt .l.iiis-ii.: NN nie, N\ Stories nt Indian Child re t hieii in-, Hiawatha, I' nf the Revolution. 1'i'i Shine-, Stories ol r of Troy, Story of tb Christmas Stories, Dickeu'sChiid's lii tory of England, Moutgom can llisinty Stories, I ,,i Ureal I ?i Little Ameri? cana, Soot! - Pall ? ol i ? Hawthorns*! Wooaai Honk, liiss Iborne's Ta Ice 1 .'i 1 ? IhSfi. tiiiii iiiiti Invi Jackanapes, Bad-1 10 ?: 1111111. Faiiy Stories, 1 lau Phillip'! War, ? Washington, I raakl d's \ pbj, rJtorj ? 1 1 bom u Jefleraou, Fifty Kain.ni- letold, Jobi Uuoke'i - I Book "i Uoldi i' 1?? bars and Fur, N( - Bb* Height ors, nn aj - t'ariieiit. NVnrld sud ns Pl I'neiii-, I he 1 . NN onderland, Pilgrim'* Pi nf tbs rreetop ami Meado KX>I linV, I'. Hil lil sett Life, Footprints t 1 NVnrld Header, First Book of 1 tor Children. Tan 1 English History, Story of Aa Kingle] - Lamb's Tales from - Mothal Uooss, Cbild Life in J ipso, The Little Lame Prince, I the HobloaoB, i'll- Young Mai Stories rrf Colonial Cblldrt Marquette and I Ih Hie Birds, Story of Audubon, Story of Co? lumbus, A1.111 Martha - Coi bi Cup imanl, Arabian Nights fur Youi lies of 1 lui ti of the Hilde 1 in three volumes , Heal: with Young i Heal Hi mr tbs Cniidrc. let li anti How to lake Care of Them, Capt Jnliii Smith, Sinry ol P tat, Longfelloa - Evangeline, SI lafayette. Cm Itv ia Pissrro; Diddle, Dum| Youth's Com pan toa Stol Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Herald and N. V. iVorbL $1.10. MISSION CRADLE ROCKER. nliiur- IMrrf of Furniture- fur 1I..1I1 ss im Min Baltave in i;m ?I ItiieklliK. .ma who is | I lure than tl - furnlttii' "St sn>' lian lt ls bl the shut-in i while i: ? ? in line, ami silting ? ne. Inei-enar In Tneii munln. ? wn. It irs i furni? ture and other jiroj Ti/eT^rroj ^ Sbirh Tn Till: nlii days, mon young, Gaming n. io be neatly draw , stockings to 1 ing la a pastime, au art, hi. ',f you will; but (MM possessed of a patient mind Of i ? ' elaborate of thc r made of this curious old-fa toweling. Thr : any linen store, and couts from cents a yard, according I work is qnlte coane, and ss -.viii be ? all trying ta ? B blue and red are tl ? which will stand an k / k fr<?-? \/ v: -VI : an "olt in turquoise blue , nd. Aa tbs two tl.nads art in at the sar the blue and si - black which shows the blue and dark blue, light gr- - dark blue and green, pink aw black are all good c i, and i threads?black, light blue and pink?are very rich, all thru worked In at cute. lien.I Al.t lo Itiifsl .rom llili.llls Vttiltk. "1 bad felt like i For sal' Herald and N. Y World, $1.60. PAINTING LACS A FAD. \rll?l>, < illili' Vilils I,, limul) ol I Lillie. S - I ? ? - I \ ? - I - ??tl in - - ? ? - ? ltal-in. Srluril s. 11 mi ul il a. I ' | pBarrxJng fa ? - If bs long In msny ? ? - be found - in when fin! I ? tor tho lng. A - - lit! dark. m a tray ' bluet ? ' ' lal ntl rind, making a fine 1.lint on thc wrong side, draw through alternate ;.urt. cut* ? r fri n go. ? | learhln* will be as good a? n*w i it lu wa at aftei vnrk th< ? :-. ha? a do. Anything ran be adapted to thin worl kl sharp corner? and dlagona! patters! ! Will SC Hiller. iigthei \"ry fo - Drugglstl lc, and fl.O - free. ii.n. Ken irely cure and Co Her DeToatest Rap*. A professor was explaining to the top class at the girls' high acbool the according to which the human frame ls completely renewed every seven rears, and addressing one of his pupils he said: "Thus, Miss A?, In seven years you will he Miss A? no longer." "I devoutly hope that may be so,"said the young lady, demurely casting down her eyes.?Tit-Dlta. A Sec-re, W?rlh hrrplng. Wife?Oh, I've found out the aw? ning. Mrs. Wayupp's daughter Hy preparing ta atop* with her instead of walting another year, as she promised. I must run right over and warn Mrs. Wayupp. and?For m. in't say a wind. If they elope, we won't have to give them any wedding presents.? N. V. Nv'eekly. A lleep-I.ald Se he me. Roomer?Say, are you in love with our landlady's daughter? nd Roomer?Indeed, I'm not. "Then why do you sit in the parlor every night and keep her playing on that piano?" "Hist! Don't say a word. Im in he'll break it"?N. Y. Weekly. I prlght Alni)!, "I believe that policeman ls leading an upright life." "It's encouraging to think there are "D on the force." He sleeps so much on his feet that it doesn't seem as if he could poe- t mt to ever He down to rest."? ? ord-Herald. Cans* lor Jnr. DSSlsb was asked If time did not hang heavily on his hands. Not at all," he replied. "I do .so enjoy watching my relatives walt to coats Into my money." ng a new will he went off to sitb his great great great grand ii. phew.?N. Y. Times. Scheme That I ailed. " exclaimed the man in a whisper, ss he met his wife at the tinpot, "didn't I telegraph you bring your mother?" answered sh/*, "but ahe . the message, and insisted on 'liming along to Investigate."?Chl . ago Haily News. A Change nf Opinion. ley named a cigar after you?" " answered the sporting man, In a dubious tone. "Quite a compliment" "I thought so, till I smoked one of the cigars. Then I concluded that lt was a libel."?Washington Star. Cures Cancer uml HIimmI Poison. If you have blood poison producing ? ?rn pt i ? i risings, burning, itching skin, "upper ciiloreil Bj rash on the skiii, mucous patches la mouth or throat, fulling bair, bone lld rheumatism or foal catarrh. ink.- Botanic Blood Balm I B. H. B it kills the poison In tba blood: winn nil .eal. hard swellings subside, nelli's ami pains stop and a cure is millie nf the worst cases ? l Poison. lor ' rallinga, sst* i -, ugly ulcers, persistent pim ,il kimi-, take ll. I'. 1'.. It de ? ei- poison ni the blood, meei nf all kinda ssnrst humors or suppurating swelling* ired bj B. B. I>, after all - r.. li. I! composed of para botanic ingredients Improvas tbe di* ? blood purs sad rich '? assfnl itching and all sharp ?hooting paine. Thoroughly tested for thirty yearn. Druggists, $1 per bottle, ssitli complete directions for home "ure. Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, (ia be trouble and free medical ad? dled letter. Hinter i'miris! Hates sia Seaboard Air I inc Ita il nay. ard Air Line Railway* h utaiigiiiieiits to nut into effect Itfl n-iial spleiittiil -.sinter Mi-lietltile. -' of equipment BBS bSM sd, consisting of the must Imptovsd niles and Pullman Drawing Room ca s, lighted hy gai ami heated, erith svary eoavaolaoss. He iiiw plasm liml round-trip rate- from Rlcbmond to principal potats la the South. Rates from other points tjaob ').plication: Southern Pines, N. C., 111.25; Casa* ' |1936; Savannah lugustlne, Fla., Ullina, Fla., M7.90; Manatee, Fla., H9 IO; Kew Orleans, La., 14200; Plns iiir-t, N. c., I11J50; Columbia, Jacksonville, Fla, Minni, Fla., fin 90; Halm Heath. Fla., - , .-ita, Fla., 160.10. H. s Leard, District Passenger Agent, Rlefamood Va. f ymir friends," rays the Manayuak Philosopher, "and your - will take care of theni "Little Colds" neglected? ll ..f lives ?aerifkad every year. Di - Niirwny Pins Syrup cures lit ile colds?curt lin- very verge of consumption. Tbk inure children a woman has the . , -ne is likely to cultivate. BtltSBS (olic I'resciiteil. ? bambarlain'i . Diarrhoea [terned* uitlii'itlitih of the dj n threatened at? ti dlOff. Hillel' .ly in thin way with r sale by Tl ii is un to me strike the right i, ii Hired the inehrated I as lie am pled up la his front door after a Hight of it. ?( I'.ilok. lld he lost winni a ? troup. Cham nedi given as soon after tba croupy cough appears, will ? ser fairs, and tnt and safe to take. For sale sn instoa Drug Co. s (..-tis Mistake. Blunders are sometimes very expen j Ift ? self isthe price i'll never l>e wnmg lr. King'iNew Life Pilli fur Dyspepsia, Dizziness Headache, r Bowel troubles. They are ioni'igh. 19V, at White lerra saul hone UbIbssbI earth f'lr rheumatism, strain* ind all pal"-- Lueoaalled for both an snd beast. I.arf,e bottle J5 cenU, st bite 4 Co. and Winston limn TEMPER TESTED. Nfo WonderSome Farmville People are Ami' Vary little comfort night after night. Very Hula comfort day after d Tin- oonstanl Itcbini I I lenin. sstar. i)nan's (hu? nte l- endorsed hy Fsrmvilli ill itchingskla iii-. > ll M 1'iiili", widow, is i in Higli - if eczema on my band a| lie itching ssa- wry ann..sing - derable trouble. ilicati.iii of Mnan's (Hutu, it li C. Cm;. tching. 1 con tl DU : ind tbs cure ssas the result in I .ii"it time. I have im hesitation lo Bunding l> san'a Ointmei Milburn Cn. Buffalo, N. N '- t'..r the I Remembei 1 take ' MIC. India I ivlieat during Hie 11 1:1.1 mi: Of >r. 11 ki -s. Vshliiirll.illl. (lilian... I.-lilies tn tile I.nod (hi.(lilies nf( hanlin-Haili' Cough Kiniiils. ? liiilk it is only righi rou what a wonderful ell'. < ain't Cough Remedy I Ihe tlay before Kaster 1 w ai 'd ssith a cold anti cough tl bink to !'" llhle tn take alli '! iext day, ns a ?tl hy the cough. The same day I re* ?eiveil aa order from you for ? I if your Cough Remedy, i lured a sample hull le. iii,'1. lue.- l|n..'- nf Hie llletl if I Ile. lil 111) Braal relief the cough and cold lind ?oiiipleti'ly disappeared ai 0 preach three timi - 1 knosv that rapid at ?ure ssa [ iniike tins tesl Imonial ssithoul .ation, being thankful to have found ? ucl, a i V. A. I ll. A , Rector of St. Luke's Church To t 'liatuherlain Medici Thia rained] y rim NV hi? lton Dm Light lliis On His li.i.-k I willi two :? Ktt-hmo uni U.iiii- lani... i el,arni. Ki roy back an.I 11 Sol.) hy Whit* A lo. I Stop That ( oiigli vin curs ii--t on baja Gaari l-ine, rsi tn earth I lint line iles. Ijsri: I le price of labor in Al t ia 9kM a day, with I Cbamberlalo 1'atdi'is an- becoming a fas-..; itomach Ima onstlpatlon i hy Tbs 'A n -i i. Drug ? Hread is tin- -tal! .?( life," if you want it g..ini um ?'Obelisk" flour. J F. Wai c. \v. KsttarfofKuUtowa, Pa.,owns ? marshy piece nf grtiuinl which lie is lilting up as a bullfrog farm, ih I 'lie greenback! ia ! irga nuss r market. Thc Hist Presi ri|itinn fur Malaria chills ami Fever is a bottle of ('ruses* tasteless ( hill Tonic, li ls limply Iron and Quinine ina ta in. No (.'un-, No Pay. A church laeantly dui Paul, ami oostlag 17,000, ssa- paid for in seven mat contributions, Hie Dovslty ot the request bringing .ni all over the t-niutry. A Pertinent liit|uirv. Do you know that Inc a little idon tn take youl tamils to lbs theatre once, you can baft phone, vs hni, la equal I i rformanci - rolled into rms, i"i with it you can reproduce all thi -pu .in's and musical -. you w ish tn hear '.' Ymi get a oofflblna t ion of an orcbesti . ?ind no end ol lui ni teilaiiiineiils. Nothing is tm triton that the(Iraphopl ii-itaiiis esi-rsi-t tis t verj ss ho are not familiar ssith tins fut instrument have much to learn that will add to Hu I bs Columbia Pbonogi i| I F. Bsltlmors Si ? maehn. send you catalogue- on Sppllcal BS H. Cox dietl near Brtfll at the age >f wherein he was t?>rn, never t>een absent one night l homestead in all bia lien are of Ointments fur Catarrh Hint ( obtain Ut n un ?nry will surely if smell and tbs ss'. through the - should neve prescription! from i to the good ;. from them. Il faetured bj i do, i)., coomina i taken internally, n entally and i Hulls l-amily Pills an i hundred sod thu: railway are to I* built in Alaska. Wh( I try Chamberlain's Stomach ai i ginni babies. Deyaa caa plsaaa yoa and style. (..Hill 1 Cough, lt dues itomach. hs willamina OBS I"t lungi 10000 lustain tissues. ... Tex- pra* iliere is no tod on I BB when IBM I it. 11 hikIr? il Hnll.n s a lag -nmm.'rt.il), NN itch Ha/el . nil failed except Da* Hazel Salse. lt cured of tbs lical nn itch Ham] with - blind, blt ' protruding jules, sores, rheum and Win Many :. I- are lin i a big di linn of which Mr. J. hf. Hali* r oi I to a illili in the | Little ? i you , ni the morning feeling m JJ feeling I le W'itl - : ? NNin-liin ta taft ire -. vera! - ? I ail.li. ia! living prut. | ?- -dely of im meUphospbats la sctaal bbb* elli. kinltil D}s|ic|isii, i . mach .?uni 'I H da, Ind ?li, red .?h. Kodol ' . i . W. Alkin ,ii luise found il I" I'" a sery ef i powerful remedy ..'?:.!-. I to my fi Drug ' Von Kiinss NMt.it Nun An laking ? i i.i.i.t'- la-ii lesa l hill Innic because ihe i irmula la plainly showing that id Quinine in Ans i. tall If Us milk . i pie-crvative ' milk ll -does lint turu - ssrotig willi it. I.>ti.ni liiiiiiiin ht. .ok and ???1,1 is tier? ed! up . - ? ? I late tie .iiul.'lte blood. I ipai i icularli and all I -vanish le i.nigh i-f j - . -ilise that it \ ll nc minute .:.( of matter which must ac? cumulate for 2,000,000years i., fore iMere b ol i' i" sflset Hi" bubb] -en iltlve chemical ha!.. N I Running like mad dos\ a a leitnlred I da} casar* bodj to luise 1 S'l lunn' trnlca Salve. 1 I Piles, ?thing ' "Nothing More to Pay" That's what he said and further, he (Mr. Eba Walter, of Clarkville, Del), said this: K t . Ul&fA* ll. H)0l) Tba ' v Tba Mutual Life InstiranceCompany of York is a very intel ll nd,? ' -,- a r.11 tir the policy m paid thc > h make it like handling so mueht rs at the same time. ' ? jxriod. ? . .i ?... TlIK Mt/Tt'Ai. ! KANCg .v York bichabd a. McCi aav, rrwUtH. FRANK ADAMS MGR., W. P. VKVABLE. District Agt, CHIGHiSl'tR'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS tl.Hi nwliwa H?srt, I'HILA., TA. M..u.u tate ssas*. Dewitt's M Salve For Piles, Burna. Soroa.^^ tut