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--r !? is- \t 11 s i B 'If i e 18 ' i i * Clothing. | Eagle Center Item*. Uibv l*a Krouw) In Bl';k with luns fÂ«-irer. I n.. P. Mullen b.iÂ»refnily relnrneil , i Damon Mint Biilpii'-il The Best nnd Cheapest anil where you will get the most tor K!11 ,,. ,,, ax M ^u-n LWQ|G, your money in" a Problem Hint everybody is trying to solve. THE ANSWER--Go to HAMLIN, WAGONER COMPANY'S. Don't waste your lmr.1 rornrd money on some little trilling present that is p J t y T o a . short tim, only. Why not buy something tLat is durable, uiid at the naim- liniu Cheap and Useful? -- - -- --"^ -" ^*~ Ilt'iir-j JirjMJ.irn ir sh.tc .1 jick r- ^ou cannot find untyliing anywheio tint is cheaper or bettor ( l h j l v. l g h-a n i u -=poumi, I f i^ n~.il"* ..* v/mr r.|IA'_ lrt.it | 1 uni ll*yf" Jnd Mr. Sniper, uf Lincoln. Â»=r* nil-* ui-Krt ralk-rh Lul W'erU ! \V111 crs'Ml recently o*W 70 tie-wl of xh'iaix a^jriiKlnff TM* lbÂ». "' .Ii)Hn McCJullkln of}""' (It). -11.1.0 -H..IS Ibe price p.ild. e losuli Frank Is iiucl Mati Ct- Llll iwo |IMUÂ» of i.aiii- in ChliuKo TucnUay Thi- (TfJiiii r n i n p a u y barvt.-iwJ their lw crop On-(on part of thi-Â«vcIt. The Icr "Jf Mk-ii f r n n i Miller n ' re. k .ilicl W3H alwuc. fonr- wiiim-lii"! 'li'.i'K and of J luisejmllty. Jake riku n h o kiii.M-i nior.. jtxmi tnÂ« icÂ« uiiKiii'-r. nun . u i v l H j ' I s . liail tin Liiuuviint fnrnhlilu^ II ,il ..'X'IIIT lo.nl. II" IMS also loiitrjitttl m Innlaii .I-ilm Oliver his hUinnii.r'Â» buiil All Uifti 'M? h'-Keil 011 lixi I'Tnl.iy Â«.i 1 - ihf snow .mil we w o u l d avÂ« li.nl .1-1 olil Hist bllÂ» Â·/-irU Th" HHTiiift def-i n-s HM-TM! H below , I'.nJ.im ir sh.ic .1 jick rabbit last "t than OUT OVERCOATS, ULSTEBS and at such Low Prices tlmt will aetonisli yon. Men's AH Wool Suits for S5.0O and up. NECKWZWI maKes a very desirable present because it is CJ^sul Pretty and cheap. HATS CAPS SHOES, I10LLUAY S U s r i J N U U I t t J . ( Ui-'F SCAIIF PINS, S H I H T STUDS, GLOVBS, MIT'lTXS, I HAUDKBtlUHIUPS, SILK WJlteTLKTH. lUKlEM. BILK MTWFLT3BS, BEA.VBR WKlSTLlCFb. A 1'AIR 01- J AN r.-,. Any oÂ£ these make a desirable Present nnd will not DiBliow your Pocket-book. They fire cheap .nnr] BUIu to plense. \\ e wibh to call your attention to our Boy's and Youth's Clothing. We have a large assortment and will make prices in keeping with the times. In fact we will make bpoeinl prices on nil clothing, for our entire stock must be sold to make room for our Spring clothing. Eemomboi wo will make Prices that will Please You. in, Wagoner Company. E K. Drak". uf your city, in.ule in : cjll Kill Monday Ori( v more Ihe marriage bellB rlnij nut to me star lit bklea Hit Joyful ildlnne "' lÂ« ve llnj ' triumph. Mr. Lehman EliOimcj jn'l Mis Hollo Mak'ulw, two of our emlmnlil' 1 youni people were united In miirriftKe In W.iterloo 01 1 tat Tuuxiluy. Our own "Lee' lÂ» n ynirog in*] of MlTllug worbb. wijlRhlriK IÂ« ininiea to Â»i IHiuncI In a.11 rnjru Minn Mugulrc IB an .it .oinplliliiil youns Lilly whim furrm-r hoin v n n l u Uiltiiiciut, but forllii- p.ist tn,u )u ir ,li"his m.iili-b.-r liomt w i t h postmaster 1111 TJi.il lii-.illb. vrr-HlIU, happiness mil proipcrli in u- .ittenil IbBin iu llielr Joiirnu Mining lift. IH Ui.-w-Nli ftÂ«Â«.xtinil f them Tlicy wl _ ,,... houulc o)iln(t :it once oa the f.irm Mr. KlKlimey i Iiihiir one and a hjir milt noi th o( Hut'lc Centre. -- O n e vinril describes it--"perfe Mou." We refer to De Witt's \Vitc Salve, curus obstinate sor A Soldier's Love Story Told -with, consummate skill is our new War Serial by Capt. F. A. Mitchei, entitled CHIGKAMAOGA Men's Heavy Underwear. 25c.; former price 50c. Men's heavy overshirts, 50c;, former price 85c. Men's heavy pants, 75c., former price $1.50. Men's Good Overshoes, SI.15, former price Bl.40 Men's Good Overcoats, $7.50, former price $10.00. AND ALL OTHER WSNTESI GOODS IN b u r n s , akin distasea iind la ;i we k n o w n cure lor piles. Ulaiicliaine Items, I Is clo.scd on account DEALERS IN FIRST-CLASS GOODS ONLY, Loultia Jingles Mm. Rglieri Wagnor, n[ Ln Porie, mother uad Brood duugliior Klorn, wÂ«ro cillorrt ill llilH plnca UIHI week. Mri. McUougnl ^nd dnUKblcr Ur:ito. o f O o a fsoo. wore ploauiiiii' ciilluru IIULC. Mm. Win. SUKCDI, who lui Uccmory nick lor aovoriil wnalis, In slowly roeoToiluK. S H lllahop hos not lÂ»'en .iblu (o work for Bovoral d.iys oil acconin 0! bollN. ThoWugnor broibers :iro hiirlnu couiMur- alilo trouble wlih Ihulr woll drill. Tbuy am still at Wllllum Oaliorn Â» Tbo annual criMimury mui'ilny ^111 bÂ« hi'\i\ Jan.21, 1805, ut UK: J-oulHe crc-'iiuiurj. All In- teroaUid ploaÂ»Â« aticnd iimlums of Importance Is to be trauHucu.ii. Omilo buyorrj from 1'ruor liuiiftlit ciltlc In thin vIclnKy yoslflnlny. Jltalcsuitowaihl^U ID llile flcullun Usi I'rl- duy, us inuny n houno\vlfii cun lesllly !Â« she Uusiud Saturday morning. Wu:itUur bcuutllul; roaJs juul Ktnati. size, greiit in results: De Witt's Little Eurly Ilinera Heat pill for constlputloD, besb for sick headache, best for sout Stomrtdv. chalne McGuhtniu. Shady Grove Ncwsleta. jYiltb of Vliiiou, wai In t o w u u n t f i l a y hi-vcT.il Inolie-. of tin- IjiMuilfvil snow f o i l l.nt I'lill Scliroln, ol W.uurluo, ir.iun.\cuu livisl. mwa liorc most of lull Â«Â«Â«li. Joe Ki'mif-y Is Hie owner of JL UQO young pon , rvircliMi'll l.^t week U'. I' 1 . Hllum liuil Win lConiii).v tiiin'i.icleJ bUMlnOHS ii OlllCfpli' MoniUjr Tl.c blrihdny party :it Uio linine of nt.il 11 cy- tli.illnr last lliuriUa} I'veuliiB Â«.is woll .lUfinl- uil. U rotors lias lau;ly iiurcliiii'il ae^rnlotn atrru of tliubor land of Mcnsr^ I'Vod Scliiute .mil ITiilll: LlllilT. 'I'lio uliociliiK inalcb W.IH n u l l .ilicnili'il l i s t \ cdiii'siluy .idoruoon. A Kir^t number o( irltcyh were dlHjMiHOil of hodily, of SprliiKCrcoli, stems 10 IIL-iiound. nit away f|ulii. llvoly for i i H U r i o r WM liupc hu "ill Iici.'l Ilii- 1 pr.iclK-O In motion John Bui lie ,inJ .lurry Donov.iu nolil ,i Uin- uncu of Uircc year old HK'urH in Vlniou bn/- rBtiuiulay lam week Olio Stllimn.i i H b l v l D K Ills !:Â« lioll'" Hl'ed Thu irlpiKiruof iliu llclit fantastic were lnvlt cd to u iLmcr ill ibe UoDiv of John hcliLibh) Brandon Hems. Itov. Lnalor prsnchcfl to Itf Ml. Anburu jvooplo Sunday morning. Dert Mlllor ruiH ^one to Clinton on a ilslt, TbapUy Saturday night v,n.s well rcnikred. Mm. Hatlle flalloy, of Josup, m\n called huro owing to Lho Trink'B lamtly. In lur brother Vade Cedar Sibi.iillndlairlct No, ol .sL.irlct [evir rak-lllt;. Si'VLl.ll of l,olllsi. prOtulllÂ»nt citizens wore Inn; tills WLI-U b.iullnu ILO for thu farmers (.iL'unLiy .it ili.it Il;i(,(! Tliu leu Is taken from uiiiiri i.iki!. II Ii, IlubD.ird w:uÂ« .1 W iterlno bi.ultieil oall- cr Tuesday. Mr. Humor, of Jfsup. la heie. coutompliltlui; buying 'Â± farin rraiiUCoiier, or WMliuiirn, h,ii a CJSB of si-arlet fi-vurln lila f-iirilly. G. K Mrftrld.- won l to Wiitcrluo Tuesday ivlih Lnnl \. ood for ,Ias. r. C.im|i of your cliy Mrs. M llulin vlslinu uvo wt'CltH wltb Her dauulii.fr, Mis J V. Iliiiinncl. Tlii" Ilov.il school Is closed for two weeks on a. L i i u n t o f scartut fut-cr beluc In ihenelcbbor- hooil. l.inrrv and ,liie Mollrldc, Jesse Fry, James Smith Harry Holts and Hertwrt IIuhDard trnngurii'd business lu Waifiiloo Tuesdiy. Dr oralum wa.s at W. W. lHHnn'a Wednes clay In counsel " r ltb a Uimtor (rom Waterlog AVm FLRles nlirchaHDil a line hot of ,1. A. Me nrldel.ibt ncBk Irn noun Is able to uu arinind swain after h a l i n g iu [itluck of la grlpim Hi 1 !! 1'e mull, of your Llty, Is worltliiK for airs. 1. C. l.'lsli. Uy lilUtufll conhCQL D L H i l b b u d ,iud J is Mlle.s iliiiuiicd liorai'S one d.iy last wecli Matt Mayes lÂ» ai'cndlnK I'ourt .13 trial Juror 1-riiyur Tiioetlui: IH ag.iln liek! i-very Thliru rr.iult SiahukB was renoried as belnR be jond all hopes of rerovory last neelt. Ho Ls ^iiifurlUK fi')"i .vsi'ii.re.ittai.k of Uphold fever. Ills in.inj I i l e n i l s hope 10 lietr of bis Hpr-cdy n.i-.jiery 1,. L Itcininirioii of K.icl'j. (lined w i t h "U TuesO-iy Â·1'bn Mlllurn creek school Is cloaed for a fen- days Uiuri- being aeversl cme.s of uc.irlvt fori'r In tliu nelgliunrhood. We aru^pleased to note that W. W Sla9onl3 An intensely interesting story, full of thrilling adventures and dramatic situations. Head the First Chapter Winch will appear in t h i s paper soon. --"There la a salve [or every wound." Wereler to Du Witt's Witoli HiiKel aulve. cure? b u r n s , hrulses, cuts, indolent sores, na a local applicution In Lite nostrils it cures catarrh, and al- wnys cures \iilea. Dlunchuiuo Me- Galitnin. Mr. lloo\er, f. Colter, Mr. lloneillclt and Joe McNauxbton hiive scarlet fever In tlielr families. OWIIIK to blctincsa .loe McXauijhuiii and Juliu Cool; were delayed troni their hunting trip In Minnesota. .Mrs. I i:. liou'ii v r u o n ihc Hlcli llÂ«i part of Pearly Morrison ban reco*orcil from her BlcXnom. Eu. Mlllor nun gone to Hie wesivrn pact the Elate tovlHlt nnd win remnln ibcre If ho can get employment Lyman Romlg. ol Inuopendnnce, was 1; Uriuiuon Saturday. Mm. Jonnio Albul's nlrco, Lqla l l r n n n , of W eatbarg, IB mnklnif her n. vlelt. Moot Roinlg. oflndopcniloiico. Is lu our vicinity visiting. Mrs. Alice Smllh, of MlnnMOto, wis here u few days luit week Tlnltlng her parents Mr, nnd Mm. J. K Hsilnoa. A mas^iUDroda ball la bclnj; milled of for tbc Zted. Mlna Myillo Allen, "ho ban been lu Ibis locality for tbt paat two or IhrtemonlhB, lias ro- lurncd to her home in Cburlos City. MMllng WUH bold at tlio Greenwood clnircn lul wÂ«wk, Eb. Oldfatber In Buying imultry (or Fowler at Tlnton. John Xepford'n warn, which ivas tied at the Back of GallbmHb'a htore MouJky p m., bToks looao ana ran nnd were captured nbout a half or three qnirttrs of a mile out of town. The \rugon was bully broken. Ai ibe resldcnc* ol A. .1. lleachler, Tucsdny evening, Jnnuary 8th. Rev. Kcpford united In murliKe Cbirles SinRsUir !md AmÂ»nu* BÂ«a;Sler. Tbolr friends w1fih them much hivp plntaa nod prosperity. --Engllah Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused limps and Sprlnq Creek Gleanings, John Q. 9hlini'r, of Monlezumi, Ion a. ,1 .son of Hov. Allen Shinier, IH vlnlllnR In the i-lLlul- ly ot bin oW home lu Buclun'.m eoumy. Ha looks very n,itur,il but a, lllile older tliau bu dlil leu yoir.s nyo, L. L. Trlem, I .I*orlu'Â»rusiHns Â»'"' b u j e r w.is mi our niroou lo day. liu Informcil us llial the present prices were a l l i t l e b e l i c r ih:m a month IIHO. It loolcs (hat way ,\i ibo Uniu- dou buyers were r l z l i l d o w on 111 M irall nnii scemlne very nnxlons 10 buy. t'ruliy noon Ihlnif to fcave n link' uoinpctltlon (ieca.sl(inally Dun L.n'jiiS'i^,Â«! V"s;iiUt Co., in vijii'!TM; lilÂ» intlier. Mra, Mkliael LannlnR :iiiil others. Mr RHlnrkpele, u llenn in I h l n n on J. IV. HVWIU'M l.irni. Is vet) low ol Tynliold fe^er. lir. llyoc, of Hr.iiidun Â»,i, culled to .airntl Irs. Slnvciin, w h n w i i s luki-u midilenly very II; BO we ivarn Two little children ol SI l :inil Mrs. Linn an) tones, blood spavins ciirbo, spllnta, aweeney, ring-bone itifles, all iwollen throats, coughs, etc 8Â«ve $60 by use of one- bottle. War ranted- tbe cnoet wonderful blemish snr* MIT known, Sola bjP.S. Boyn pporlod a.s being sick. John McChanc Jr., s honored wlih t\ie ot- Ire of President of Hie ilcbutlni: upclety of llu/.7.:irJ, which incclfl al iliu yione school hou.sc every I'lieaOny oi'onluK. A very luiÂ»r Ming lime la reported. Aaullln W;ilker and Juduo': S;;rÂ»;oa, o: your U j . g o lo OedBr llaplds todavon legal bual- leas. HO wo are Informed The Tccwr Jtros. and i:d. llayrr.oud sold lo your buyera a nice bun^h of cattle oue day lull week.' Miss Pearl? Taylor, who wasnullged l o l e n e school on account of alckness, Is much Unproved. The lever \s broken nuiV sue Isprac- lic.illy n u t o l danger. Well, my friend Soddy, I dldn'l kick you and I don't soe why you should whino I know that I am Built ;i lllile on the crooked crder and sometimes get tiling* mixed up. Vet If the Devil don't kick 1 don't know why you nbould. Clay Goodwin and Elgin Gauss were on our streets today. We leirn that ibey ingoing U have a masked ball HI Brandon, IB., In the near future. The dines up the TKcr on 1Â»M Saturdiy ev Â·Ding, pTOTÂ«510 be a grand fizzle, --Ciirlton (Jornwell. foreman of tlie U.r/ettc. Miildletown, N. J., believes that ChainUerlnin'9 Cough Remedy should be iu every home. He used it f o r a cold nnd It elTecti-da speedy cure lie SBJ s- "It is indeed a graud remedy I L.VI recommend to till. I havn alao seen it luied for whooping cough, w i t h thu beat results " ii nnd 30c bottlf 1'or sale by Hlanchainu McGaheran. I'libllc Snlc. lUivlun sold our faTrnwe will Bell ivtyubl snlc on Hie John Pclly Inrin 1M inllea touth- cnsiof Bhaily Grove, on ruesd.iy, .)auviiir 22, IbV.'i, coiiiinonclnn .11 n .OOo'clucl; a. in, oliarp, Iho followInK propcrl)- One Norman mare w( iKhlug 1WJU IDs , alx years old, one bay maru len c,irs old; ono Â«p;!ng coll, t w o choice mllcli cows, -omlnR In soon: one full blond Durham bull coming two jeare old: two belt- cry coming lu. Â«nc 1'olnnd China boar; two H O N B w l t i i plu; one Dcerln^: bludcr, now; one mower, uew; ono Iron hnrrow, new; one 'Vood Ihreu Heciliiii hnrrow. one corn planter and cbeck rower; one corn plow ono wagon: one rulrof Irueks; two nets of iiohulcda; ono J.I. Cane plow: one Uopgooil rldlnK plow; one stirring plow.'ono Iced ^rlutlorantl luck: oue feed conker, or.c, hw r.ikc; one hay melt; wo set ol worlc harneaa, ono ocirly now: one sot of single harnm.ii olio blackxmltb bellow.i anil Urill: oiu- .swell culler: one chock rower ana 83 Ml. A u b u r n News. , 'rou\ the si.ii. -- KBV. Swe.inngeri spent .Sunday in W.iterlon l i e wsi3 assisting the M. E. minister lit that place. --Mrs,. N. Sciinoor w,is called to Lonb Tree, ]uwa, last Fridj bj tlie death of her sister, M^rgrtret Miiui 'i K i - l l o w a l n p is booming at, this place now. The lodge \vill install their new oilicera in the near hilure. --Mrs .lames Wallace took the train Thursday evening for Paxtun, Ford Co.. 111., to visit her sick mother --Jolin Wiegaiid departed lor GHII- i, Henry Co.. III., last \\'eduesd,iy K in attend tlie t u n e r a ! of his brother-in-law, Mr. Chris. Riibach. --Wallace (Jail's oldest cJr.aghter, Maud, lllia been ((line s,ick at the home of her giar.dinother, Mra. C a l l , for the past two weeks. -- Frrtiik Brown loaded a car here Monday and departed I'oi GuniMiiia, Iowa, M l i e r c lie will reside iu the future. His l.imily took thu paasungur rain Tuesday evening. -- A v n i o IZIlaworlh And linde, nre Cairy V o u u t . m e n t i o n of whom i.s made in luiothor part ol Ihis I I - I P - I , were miirncil Moufl-iy in V i n t o n i i n d took the train hei^ f u i Mason City \Vudne3'J,iy. --Iiiipton is W i s r i r l c o m m e n c h c d r i l l i n g the pnblii! well Wednesday noon. They loivitwd iL in tin- center ol thesLreet where Truer and Second streets intersect The general p u b l i c will know tin: location a* ot'int; between ilcLeish A; Town's store a n d the St. Olond Hotel. --Old Mr. \Vorthinaf, who h;xs beei r u n n i n g iv .shoemakers shop at Jit. A u b u r n , but \vh' left here a. few week: since to gi to the home ol his soil-in law V m t Jildsill ,il La 1'ovte. sufl'erei n severe stroke of paralysis M')iid,iy night. It is not thought that he can possibly recover. --ML. A u b u r n ia going to have public well. Up to Tuesday evening somuthing near 950. had benu sm scribed for it. It is onÂ« of the prime necessities of the town and is a ste in the right direction. They are als talking of p u t t i n g in some system o water works to be used in cuse of lire jwny tne good worn go on. DEY GOODS DEPAÂ£TMENT:-10 doxen Ladies' French Kid Gloves, 5 and 7 hook; 5 doz. Suede Gloves, 7 hook. We will sell these gloves at the remarkably low price of 99c for one week only, beginning with this issue. These goods arc worth from S1.25 to 82.00. H00DS ABD FAS6IN/ITORS AT 25 PER (3ENT DIS6OHNT. Yours for Bargains, Cry it yourself. Lt will pay you to trade at ED. E. SCHUCK W. Ii. SGpTZ ^ GO'S. , , 4 3 five pairs Ladies' Kid button sliofa. II. C-, S3 50, now 5-^ jot 4. f o u r iiriiis LnrtiesMCid button shop^ M. ^|j'' 3 |.j |JQ ",', v "_"'. 1.7:, 2.0U ,nL I 9 7 niiir's Ladies GÂ«at button slim"' -52 85. now Â· ot li, l') pairs Misses Kid b u t t o n He,l, ?2.i)0, n n w ... -W ,ot IS 10 p^irs Misses K i c T b u t t o n spring heel Â·s.i.uo non '-. \1 pairs D h i l d a K u l button, heel 5 t u M. 91.00, now -J 5 lioys I'lusTi Caps, S100. now ' 3 Hoys CapsSOc. now ,,-, 2" .Â·ic'otrh Caps, iiOcents, now Also a Full Line of Gent's Furnishing ttooos, Cheap. The above pricrs are o n l y a fe w ot the well selected Block formerly owned by Geo. Banger Son. Yours for Business, W. L, SCHUTZ Co. The Cash Shoe Man. All kinds of Repair Work neatly done. REIDS German VlDton Cnrro-ipoiiilisnt 10 STAII- After a term of good work the board of supervisors adjourned Wednesday Clem Gingrich a well known citizen and teacher of Cedar t o w n s h i p was ID tow n Saturday. The following appointments were made by the board of supervisors: Bridge commissioner, John Y'ming; keeper of poor f a r m , John Ilite; V m ton poor, IIol Hoyden; j a n i t o r court house. \Vm. Covert. nub of wire: one waging mMblnc; one drop cml tale, SAWS, planes, sliovcla, forks, collars, milk cans Â»nd ninny other urilclca too numerous to immlion. Flee lunch ill HOOD. Terma of S.ile--Suin! of SiW and under, cash; ocor Hint amount ft credit of 12 months will be given on bankable notes hearing 8 per cent Interest from dale. J. It Terry. AUCL C. E. KOHISOM. T. 11. BEBNK. --Headache la the direct result of Indigestion and stomach disor dcta llemedy these by using De Witt's Little Early lllaeia and your headache disappears.. The favorite Little 1111 [every where. --Â·Â·I kno-v an old soldier who liad chronic diarrlued "f I n n R a U n d m g t" have been p e r m a n e n t l y cured by '^i- VinpChnmberlaln'a Colic ami Dlaril.itii Remedy." says Ed rihnmpik, ft prom- InbUt d r u g g i a t o f Minneapolis, Minn "I haveaold the remedy in this city for over seven vears and consider it superior to any other medicine now on the market for bowel'complnlnta." 25 and 50c boltlea of this remedy for sale by BLanchalne McGaheran druggiata. Or. Price's Cream Baking PowdÂ»r , Jns no Poison. Reid's German Pills cure Constipation and Malaria. Sylvan Cum purifies th* breath. The I'lilloiMiig is ii program o f l he ])ccini) to IK- held riL Spring CrfÂ«k school luins.1 1 .1 .in ^2: lierllia Shields A. K. Uoivley SO Mi Is Ihe sign of good health nnd an alert m i n d . Stranae t h a t it should almost always depend ou the sidle of the digestion, out is doe*. A U:pans Tubule taken after each meal goes the iLlle arl^licial help roosi H r o Â« n pfiople need. --There is good reason for the popularity of Chamberlain's CÂ»vigh Ltem- edy. Davis liuznril, of West Monterey, Clarion Co., Pa., say: "It has cured people tDat our physicians could do nothing for. We persuaded them U try a hottle of Chamberlain's Cough Itemed? and they now recommend it with the rest of us." 25and50c hottles foe ule by tilanchaine McGkheran Charles i, Tlnd D-'iwes j j i a i i i g u e - - - - -, j.. s ,.p i v r r j K u c i L K t u i i i - - - MÂ»nd I'crry Hcciution - - - Clara W e s i c o i t Dcliiili-: KesfilvL'd. That the hnin.in f.innly lius sulTi-red rn.in- through f a s h i o n UMP l l i r o u g h iut-inperaiHT. A n i r i i i a t i i e : Llias Hrisi, D.ilMi holder NegiUivp; Mjiy L a T m n r , LaHra \\'eiÂ»prt, Grace ll.irper, .Jacob ] H L C i t a t i n u Leu is Carlisle I Grace ) A. F. Harper Coivlny Closiii)' n \ \Vni I (. l l . l S H r l N S . - - By Dialr si:.^ K n i n u i ii;id eases relirveU in six hears by the "New Urria South American Kidney Cure." 'I his new remedy is a great anrpnie 1,11 account of iÂ« exceeding pruinpints.; in relieving pain in t h e bl.iiidvr, "kidneys, back and every part ot the urinary passages in male or female. It relieves intention of watÂ«r and pain lu passing it -almost immed- Itneiy. I f j o u want q u i c k relief and cure this la youi. lemedy. bold, by ^ 3. Boyoton, 4ruggUt. Â»l iNEWSPAFERr NEWSFAPEH!