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: Household Keme?e^
! "u-uo^ni undi] ?I94IJ???^2i?/l
j , The, modern patent medicine busi?
' ness la theS?htral oatgrbwtbT'nf the
?old-time household remedies.
In tho early history of this country,
EVERY FAMILY HAD ITS HOME?
MADE MEDICINES. Herb teas, bit
ters, laxatives and tonics, were to bo
found in almost every house, com?
pounded by tho housewife, sometimes
assisted by thc apothecary or the fan>
ily doctor. Such remedies as picra,
which was aloes and quassia, dis
solved in apple brandy. Sometimes a
?hop tonic, made of whiskey, hops and
:. bitter barks. A score or more of pop?
ular, home-made remedies were thus
compounded, the formulae for which
were passed along from house to
house, sometimes written, sometimes
The patent medicine business is a
natural outgrowth from this whole
some, old-time custom. In the begin
Bing some enterprising doctor, im
pressed by the usefulness of one of
.these home-made remedies, would
take it up, improve it in many ways,
?manufacture lt on a large scale, ad
vertise it mainly through almanacs
'for the home, and thus it would be
come used over a large area. LAT
TERLY THE HOUSEHOLD REMEDY
BUSINESS TOOK A MORE EXACT
AND SCIENTIFIC FORM.
Pcruna was originally ono of these
old-time remedies. It was used by
the Mennonites, of Pennsylvania, be
fore it was offered to the public for
sale. Dr. Hartman, THE ORIGINAL
COMPOUNDER OF PERUNA, is of
Mennonite origin. First, he pre
scribed it for his neighbors and his
patients. Thc sale of it increased,
and at last he established a manufac
tory and furnished it to the general
Peruna is useful in a great many
climatic ailments, such as coughs,
colds, sore throat, bronchitis and ca
tarrhal diseases generally. THOU
SANDS OF FAMILIES HAVE
LEARNED THE USE OF PERUNA
. and its value in the treatment of these
ailments. They have learned to trust
and believe in Dr. Hartman's judg
ment, and to rely on his remedy, Pe
Peruna is sold by your local drug
gist. Buy a bottle today.
Pure White Lead Paint protects
property against repairs, replacement
and deterioration, lt makes buildings
look better, wear better-and sell bet
ter. Use only Pure Linseed Oil and
Pure White Lead made by the
Old Dutch Process, which is sold in
kegs with this Dutch Boy trade mark
ou the side. .
? This, trade mark protects you
lent White Lead
"A Talk ea Paint"
cives valuable infor
mation on tho paint
subject. Sont free AU Itatl jxteked tn
upon request. J307 bears thia nark.
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY .
In whichever ef the follow
ing cities is nearest you:
Kew York. Boston, Buffalo. Cleveland.
Cincinnati. Chicare St. Louis, Philadel
phia [John T. Lewis & Bro?. Co.} PittsbarL L
[National Lund A Oil Co. J
Side and Centre
. Fcundry, tlachine and Boiler Works and Supply Store,
AUGUSTA, GA. _ '
Of languages which so widely diffei
among themselves as to be i nco mp re
hensliblo without particular study tba
number readily exceeds l.OOO.
' Argo Red Salmon is just the thing
for unexpected company. There ls
nothing better to serve from the can.
At all grocers.
? / ? blow threatened was nevr well
FITS,St. 7itus'Dance:Nervous Diseases per
manently cured by Dr! Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. $8 trial bootle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Bine, Ld.,931 ArchSt., Phila., Pa,
Great talent has always a little
.madness mixed..up .with it.-French.
Argo Red Salmon readily adapts
- Itself to the requirements of break
' fast, luncheon, dinner, or supper, and
X gives seasonable variety to every
It is vain to learn wisdom and yet
to live foolishly.-Spanish.
Take Garfield Ted in the Spring-it.w?l
?ave you many days of headache, lassitude
Jad general ul health! This natural laxa
tive purifies the blood, cleanses the system
and establishes a normal action of liver,
kidneys and bowels.
Providence for the most part sets"
ns on a level.-Spectator."
Include six cans of Argo Red Sal
mon m your next grocary list, lt will
-keep for twenty years.
It is more noble to make yourself
great than to be horn so.-German.^
Pure! Pleasant! Potent! Three mter
r-ting facts about Garfield Tea, the Natural
laxative. It is made of Herbs and is guaran
teed under thc Pure Food and Drugs Law.
~^Two wale melons c.innot bc held,
mader one* arm.-Turkish.
Hundreds ol pasple have told the
grocers thai the Argo K?d Salmon ls
tha.kast salmon that they have-ever
eaten. Asl: your neighbors if they
have tricll ii.
"Y?_-u have only get to make peo
ple think a Hiing is stolon and you can
aili r.nythin3 in Birmingham," said a.
prisoner horned Lenj'ht the Birming
ham, Alabama, Police Court. He had
been doing a Ug business in bottles
of burnt s-igar and water, which he
?aid was whiskey-stolen.
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Occurrences _f Interest from
All Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A. Batch of Live Paragraphs Cover
ing a Wide Range-Wtr.t is Going
On in Our State.
Columbia, Special.-The official pro
gramme for thc reunion week has
been given out and is as follows;
Thursday, May 7.
11 a. rr.-Presentation of Gen John
son Haygood's portrait at Columbia
12 m. to 5 p. m.-Band music on
5 p. m. to 7 p. m.-Reception to
sponsors at Metropolitan club.
S p. m. to 10 p. m--Concert on cap
itol grounds by Columbia brass band.
8:30 p. m.-Columbia theatre.
Wednesday May 8.
9:30 a. m.-Assembly of all who
will -occupy seats on the stasre at the
Columgia theatre. This will include
all specially invited guests, the mayor
and aldermen of the city of Colum
bia, participants in the programme,
members of the reunion executive and
reception committees and the auxili
ary executive committee of lacV.es, the
commander of the army of Northein
Virginia and staff, commander of the
State division and staff brigade com
manders, commander of the State di
vision. Sons of Veterans and State
president of the State organization <?f
Daughters of the Confederacy, and
the department, envision, grigade and
regimental ?sponsors of the U. C. V.
10 a. m.-Opening exercises of-?the
annual reunion of the State division,
United Confederate Veterans, the pro
gramme being as follows:
Overture, Columbia orchestra.
Assembly called to order by Capt.
W. D. Starling, commander of Camp
Opening prayer. Rev . Dr. J. W.
Address of welcome on behalf of
the city of Columbia, Hon. T. H.
Music, Columbia orchestra.
Address of welcome on behalf o?
thc Columbia Chamber of Commerce,
Gen. Willie Jones, president.
Address of welcome on behalf of
Camp Maxcy Gregg, U. S. C. V., Hon.
Porter McMaster, commander.
Music, Columbia orchestra.
AMress of welcome on behalf of
Camp Hampton, Col. U. R. Brooks.
Music, Columbia orchestra.
Address of welcome to the Confed
erate veterans by his excellency, Hm.
M. F. Ansel, governor of South Caro
Response on behalf of the South
Carolina division U. C. V., by Ge.n.
Thos. W. Carwile.
Music, Columbia orchestra.
Reunion Jformerally opened cere
monial tribute of respect to the Con
federate dead by the cssembly.
Presentation of credentials and-call
ing roll of camps, annuncements, ad
4 p. m.-Reunion assembles at Co
lumbia theatre; visit of children of
the city schools.
4:30 p. m.-Business session.
8 p. ra.-Presentation of sponsors
at Columbia theatre by Hon. George
Bell Timmerinan. Music by Colum
bia orchestra. Responses on behalf
of the sponsors by Miss Grace Lump
9 p. m.-Presentation of the come
dy drama/'For Her Country's Sake.''
Thursday, May 9.*
9 a. m.-Reunion assembles for
12 m.-Delivery of the annual ac1?
dress to the division.
5 p. m.-Annual veterans' parade,
headed by military and flower child
ren. Line of march from posoffice to
5:30 p. m.-Reception to the Con
federate veterans by the ladies and
children "of Columbia on the capifol
8 p. m.-Reunion assembles for busi
S:30 p. m.-Experience meeting.
9 p. m.-Confederate war tableau
and camp scenes/'Auld Lang Syne;,;
Limbs for Veterans.
Columbia, Special.-The State pen
sion board has made arrangements foi
the purchase of artificial limbs from
A. L. Peters of Richmond, Va., who
submitted a bia of about $60 pei
limb. There, were a number of rep
resentatives present at the meeting
of thc hoard and the firm awarted the
bid stated that a branch of
fice would , be openen in
Columbia and during the reun
ion a large number of veterans visit
ing Columbia would be measured and
the limbs sent them.
Doc Nelson Will Not Hang.
Bamberg, Special.-The negro Doc
Nelson, who was seutenced by the
court at its last tenn to hang April
26, will not hang on that date at least
Nelson's attorneys have appealed to
the supr?me court, after having been
denied a new trial. So the case will
be heard some time in the fall. Nel
son was sentenced for having killed
another negro at a hot supper frolic
Free Delivery for Florence.
Florence, Special.-The postoffice
department will probably soon estab
Florence. The postmaster has re
cently finished his annual report,
which ends with March 31. It shows
a surprising increase of receipts over
previous years, and it would seem that
with a little exertion now on the part
of the city council and the citizens,
that Florence will secure the service
The receipts of the postoffice the past
year,' exclusive of box rents, have been
in excess of $10,009.
Mail Pouches Robbed.
Carlisle, Special.-On Thursday
.light some one stole from the South
ern depot two mail pouches that were
brought down by t'?e night train.
After a short searcJi the sacks were
found near the edge of town. Both
of them were cut open and robbed of
.Virginia railroads will abolish Sun
day excursions as a result of a con
ference with a churchmen's commit
MUCH LIQUOR RETURNED
; Dispensary Commission Befases Big
Lot of Booze.
Before leaving for Cheraw Hon. W.
F. Stevenson, attorney for the dispen
sary commission, stated that the com
mission before adjourning on Friday
decided to- refuse a big quantity of
whiskey shipments whicdi it was de
cided were illegally purchased by the
board of directors. ?Something liko
$200,000 worth of good; were involved
the various whiskey concerns being
notified by the clerk of thc commis
sion that these goods were here at
their disposal.-Columbia State.
Dick Halsonback Shot in Heart.
Columbia, Special.-A telephone
message was received from Johnston,
giving the details of a killing which
took place near there Sunday after
noon, in which H. H. Holsonback,
prominently known as "Dick" Hol
sonback, prominently knownracntiasa
sonback, was killed. Mr. George
Thompson and Holsonback met in the
road about 4 o'elock il the afternoon,
about three miles from Johnston, be
tween that place and Phillipi. For
some tim? there had been bad blood
between the two men on account of
some money matters, and when they
met it is said that some words were
passed. Holsonback cursed Thomp
son and the latter struck him with his
buggy whip. Holsonback threw his
right hand to his hip pocket, as if to
draw a pistol, and Thompson pulled
his revolver, a magazine gun, and shot
killing Holsonback instantly. But
one shot was fired, taking effect in tho
heart. There were five eye witnesses
to the killing. It is said that threats
had been made by each of the parties,
and the outcome of to-day's affair was
?ot surprising to people in the com
munity. Holtonhock was married.
He was an ignorant man. Thomp
son is single. Holsonback was once
a doorkeeper during the sessions of
Mr. Carnegie Increases Gift.
Anderson, Special.-A letter has
I been received from Mr. Carnegie say
ing that he has decided to increase
his donation f#r a library in Ander
son from $12,500 to 17.500. He first
offered $10,000 and raised it to $12,
500 and on third thought he raised
this amount $5,000* additional. Col.
J. H. Brown of this city recently gave
$10,000 for the library and it is the
purpose of the library association io
erect a building to cost about $19,000,
exclusive of the cost of the lot. The
library association will have a yearly
income of $2,050, $1,750 of which will
be appropiiated by thc city council
the remainder from the interest
on the endowment given by Col.
McColl, Special.-A charter has
been granted for a trolley line from
Laurinburg, N. C. to McColl, thus giv
ing McColl an outlet to the Seaboard
Air Line railroad, which will give her
freight as well as pasenger advan
tages. McColl has been for years tied
down or handicapped for the lack of
railroad facilities. While the citzens
of McColl and community are heartily
in favor of the trolley line, and right
of way was easily gotten, much credit
is due the active minds of the men
with means of Laurinburg, who are
To Re-Open Dispensary.
Orangeburg, Special.-At a meet
ing of the county dispensary board
after considering a petition from the
intendent and wardens of the town
of Springfield; requesting the reopen
ing of thc dispensary at that point, it
was decided .to do so. Mr. Gary B.
Harley was elected dispenser and tho
dispensar}' will be reopened there just
as soon as goods can be shipped and
New Cathedral is Consecrated
Charleston, Special.-The new and
beautiful cathedral of St. John the
Baptist, erected on the site of the for
mer cathedral of St. John and St.
Finbar rn this city, was consecrated
Sunday with elaborate ann interest
ing ceremonies. His Eminence James
Cardinal Gibbons, his Excellency Di
omcde-Falconio, the apostolic delegate
and fully 100 archbishops, bishops,
monsignors and clergy, representing
the Catholic church in America, were
present and took part.
New Cotton Mill in Operation.
Iva, Special.-."va has a cotton mill
in operation of which she is justly
proud. It is said to bc one of the
most conveniently arranged mills in
the South and is equipped with the
latest improved machinery. Four
hundred and ninety of the (540 looms
are now running and ibo others will
be started as fast as they can be
placed. The mill is getting good op
erators as fast as they can use them.
Incendiary Fire at Gaffney.
Gaffney, Special.- / ire which is be
lieved by many to have been of in
cediary origin practically wiped but
the dry goods establishment of J. M.
Nelson, resulting in a loss of about
$5,000 with $4,000 insurance, and de
stroyed Petit's blacksmil1, shop, caus
ing a loss of about $G00. The fire oc
cured about 4 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, and started in the blacksmith
MRS. SMITH'S PET DEER.
Mrs. Nellie Smith, of Sebee, Me.,
has a tame deer which is nearly two
years old now, but which she has
raised like a cosset lamb, feeding it
from a bottle at first and making a
great pet of lt. It was given to her
by a lumberman, who overtook it in
the deep snow and caught it in his
arms when it was no larger than a
cat, except for its legs. It has always
been perfectly tame and domesticated,
never having known anything of the
wild life of its kind, bu? runs about
the premises unrestrained, having its
place in the stable on cold nights.
The deer are numerous around Se'oec,
and it is a question whether, as Mrs.
Smith's pet grows older, it will not
answer to the "call of the wild" and
join Its comrades in the forest-New
Must Work Oir the Old Stock.
Congress wouldn't require thc dato
on a can of meat. Any old ' thing is
good enough for the people.-Ohio
Fl.^ .t With Aerial Fana?
One of the latest contributions to
aerial flight is that of M. J. Welsing,
of The Hague. He has taken out a
German patent for his Invention,
which ls officially described as "a
steering and driving machine for air
ships composed of ventilators."
The apparatus as described in the
specifications of tho patent is as sim
ple as lt is ingenious, says thc Parla
Herald. The airship ls of the usual
cigar shape, with a platform under
neath. On either side of, this plat
form are placed three ventilators, with
a seventh at the extremity to replace
the usual rudder.
Within each ventilator ls placed a
fan driven by machinery. When it is
desired that the balloon should ascend
the mouths of the ventilators are
turned towards the ground. The down
ward rush of the air forces the air
ship upward. As soon as the desired
level has been reached the ventila
tors are swung round so that the direc
tion of their mouths are parallel with
the platform. The backward rash of
the air then drives the airship for
To Be Fat: Drink Chocolate.
In an obscure but picturesque little
village of far off Germany there is a
place" called the "Chocolat*. Cure,"
where thin people go to become stout.
The patients eat and drink cocoa and
chocolate all the time while they rest,
admire the scenery, gossip and grow
fatter every day. The true secret of
the great success of the treatment
Is tho happy way chocolate has of
fattening just the right places, set
tling in the hands, the arms, the neck
and t?ie shoulders, making the fair
patient prettier and plumper all the
time. The really effective part of
this cure may be tried at home by
any persevering woman, and the medi.
cine is so palatable and the method
so simple that there is actually, it
seems, no reason why all should not
be of Just the desired weight
The Ethiopian Hawkshaw.
Thc Ethiopian method of detecting
crime is quick and effective, and has
the great advantage of alw.'ys catch
ing some one. A priest ls called, and
by his exhortation, prayers, sorceries
-and drugs-a youth is sent to sleep
with thc command to dream. The
person ho dreams of is the criminal.
No further proof is sought or needed.
Tho sanction of the church ls quite
enough. If by chance tho boy fails
to dream be is promptly put to sleep
again by tho same process until be
does, so that he usually manages the
affair in a short time.-Pall Mall Ga
BEING A SPINSTER.
One spinster has set forth witb
her pen the following reasons why
sho rather enjoys spinsterhood:
She does not have one man to love
and cherish her; but she may have
the friendship, the cordial esteem and
interest of half a dozen.
She does not have one to pay her
dressmaker, her hatter, her shoeman
acd tho rest; but she may have half
a score for less serviceable uses-half
a acore who send her books, flowers,
tickets, who walk, play golf, drive,
skate, talk with her.
One man does not come to her for
deep understanding of his needs;
many may come with their quite seri
Her sincere, enjoyable, stimulating,
friendly relations with men, as with
women, arc limited only by her own
power of intellectual sympathy-at
any rate, in those circles which ad
mit any basis of companionship be
tween men and women beyond the
THE HUNDRED DOLLAR COW.
Professor F. S. Cooley, of the Mas
sachusetts Aigrlcultural College, in a
statistical talk on "The Hundred Dol
lar Cow," said that the high priced
cow was not as expensive as she
seemed in view of what she pro
duces. The average cow produces
milk or butter to the value of $52.50
and she costs $51.00 a year, reckon
ing that the manure she produces off
sets the care given her. This shows
that the cow does not do a great
deal toward raising the mortgage on
the farm. Assuming that it costs no
more to keen a good cow than a
poor one th: Igures show that the
good cow is 'atively cheaper.
The averag ow will produce 5,000
pounds of mli year, while a choice
cow will pro as high as 10,000,
meaning a pi of $225 against ilho
almost even ance sheet of the
average cow, w ie Peterje TL, a Hol
stein, has a record of 30,000 pounds
of milk a year, which 'would mean a
profit of about $1,050.
RATIO OF SEEDS TO STRAW.
The ratio of seed to straw varies
greatly. On rich land, manured with
nitrogenous fertilizers, the growth of
straw is great compared to that of
grain, and thc same in wet seasons,
being the reverse when the season is
dry. To prevent lodging it ls recom
mended by some that an application
of lime and salt be applied in the
fall on the land intended for the grain
Not at ail Necessary to Opcrntc lu
Automobiles and Appendicitis scare
Borne people before they are hit.
Appendicitis is often caused by too
much starch in the bowels. Starch
ls hard to digest and clogs up the di
gestive machinery-also tends to
form cakes in the C2cum. (That's tbo
blind pouch at entrance to the ap
A N. H. girl had appendicitis, but
lived on milk forawhile-then Grape
Nuts and got well without an opera
She says: "Five years ago while
at school, I suffered terribly with
constipation and indigestion." (Too
much starch, white bread, potatoes,
etc., which she did not digest.)
."Soon after I left school I had an
attack of appendicitis aad for thirteen
weeks lived on milk and water.
When I recovered enough to eat solid
food there was nothing that would
agree with me, until a friend recom
"When I began to eat Grape-Nuts
I weighed 9S lbs., but I soon grew to
115 lbs. Tho distress after eating
left me entirely and now 1 am like a
(A little Grape-Nuts dissolved in
hot water or milk would have been
much better for this case than milk
alone, for th's starchy part of the
wheat and barley is changed into a
form of digestible sugar in making
Grape-Nutg.) Name given by Postum
Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read the
little book. "The Road to Wellville,"
In pkgs. ^''There's' a reajon.'*_,
YOUR GRANDMOTHER USED IT.
But She Never Had Sulphur in Such
Convenient Form ns This.
Your grandmother used Sulphur ns lier
favorite household remedy, and so did her
grandmother. Sulphur bas been curing skin
and blood diseases for a hundred years.
But in the old days they had to take
powdered sulphur. Now Hancock's Liquid
Sulphur gives it to you in the best possible
form and you get the full benefit.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur and Ointment
quickly cure Eczema. Tetter, Salt Rheum
crd all Skin Diseases. It cured an ugly
Kl'fr for Mrs. Ann W. Willett, of Wash
ington, D. C., in three days.
Taken internally, it purifies the blood
rtjd clears the complexion. Your druggist
Sulphur Booklet free, if you write Han
cock Liquid Sulphur Company. Baltimore.
Virtue flourishes in misfortune.
There is more Catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was sup
posed to be incurable. For a great many
yeafs doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has proven
Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and
therefore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is thc only con
stitutional cure on the market, lt is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops toa teaspoon
ful. It acts directly cn the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They offer one hun
dred dollars foruuycaseitfr.ils to cure. Send
for circularsand testimonials. Address F.J.
CUEXEY & Co., 'loledo, 0.
Sold bv Druggists. 75c.
Take flail's Family Fills for constipation.
The tears of the night equal tho
smiles of the day.-Rousseau.
Bo You Open Your Mou??i
Like a young bird and gulp down what
ever food or medicine may be offered you ?
Or, do you want to know something of the
composition ?ind character of that which
you take into your stomach whether as
food or medicine?
Most Intelligent and sensible people
now-a-days insist on knowing what they
employ whether as food or as medicine.
Dr. Fierce believes they have a perfect
right to insist upon such knowledge. So ho
publishes.Su?adc?ist and on each bottle
wrajjper, whaljuJTiradjcines aro made of
anuv&^fies Jj^nrmTt^^ Thls_h,o feels
ho can \miJ?fford to do because the rnpra
the_lngredi'ents_of which his medicines
are made are studied and understood tho"
more will their superior curative virtues"
Tor the cure of woman's peculiar weak
nesses, irregularities and derangements,
giving rise to frequent headaches, back
ache, dragglng-down pain or distress In
lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom
panied, ofttimes, with a debilitating,
pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindred symp
toms of weakness, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription is a most efficient remedy.
It is equally effective In curing painful
periods, In giving strength to nursing
mothers and in preparing the system of
the expectant mother for baby's coming,
thus rendering' childbirth safe and com
paratively painless. Tho "Favorite Pre
scription " is a most potent, strengthening
tonic to tho general system and to the
organs distinctly feminine in particular.
It is also a soothing and invigorating
ncrvipe and cures nervous exhaustion,
nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria,
spasms, chorea or St. Vitus's dance, and
other distressing nervous symptoms at
tendant upon functional and organic dis
eases of the distinctly feminine organs.
A host of medical authorities oin II tho
several schools of practice, recommend
each of the several ingredient?; of which
"Favorito Prescription" is made for the
cure of the diseases for which it is claimed
to be a cure. You mav read what they
say for yourself by sending a postal card
request for a free booklet of extracts
from the leading authorities, to Dr. IL V.
Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In
stitute, Buffalo. N. Y., aud it will come to
you by return post.
A little rain stills a great wind.
Breaks up COLDS
IN 0 TO 12 HOURS
Trial Bottle 10c Ai Ornaba
The Oriana! "Break Plug'* 1
iised Brand'* of North Can
Showing* I. GAIN EVERY
THIS LINIMENT Kl
J. Arthur Brubeck of Simeon, V
litxissEST tho beet he ever usco
it entirely, nnd it is also nsure <
bas used it for, he says it is thi
Mr. W. E. Bruner of Richmond
bruise, which hp got from ridin
friend recommended YAGER'S I
less than a bottle cured lt entirel
TAKE NO SUBSTITU
KILLS LIKE LIGHTNING
How Deadly Rheumatism of the
Heart Comes On.
Those pains you feel when you first arise
in tho morning-aching pains in the joints,
shooting pains in the muscles-are signs
of warning. They are danger signals, evi
dences of a deep-seated trouble that if not
removed may affect the entire system ?nil
cause chronic disease, or if the cause ? not
removed, they may develop suddenly into
the deadly Rheumatism of the Heart, ivhieh
kills like lightning.
Better get rid of the cause at once.
Rheumatism and its kindred diseases arc
caused by the accumulation of poisonous
acids in thc blood. Rubbing with oils or
liniments will not cure it; it is an internal
disease, and can be conquered only by an
internal remedy. There is just one com
plete cure-Rheumacide. Rheumaeide neu
tralizes the poisonous acids, sweeps all the
dangerous germs out of the blood and
"makes you well all over." Rheumacide
cures because it is the only remedy that
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