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ham's Vegetable Compound
Elwood, Ind.-"Your remedies haye
cured me and I have only taken six
bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
|ble Compound. I
was sick three
months and could
not walk. I suf
fered all the time.
The doctors said I
could not get well
without an opera
tion, for I could
hardly stand the
pains m my sides,
especially my right
one, and down my
right leg. I began
to feel better when I had taken only
one bottle of Compound, but kept on
as I was afraid to stop too soon."-Mrs.
SADIE MULLEN, 2728 Ii. B. St" El
Why will women take chances with
an operation or drag out a sickly,
half-hearted existence, missing threo
iourths of the joy of living, when they
can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham,'3
For thirty years it has been the
standard remedy for female ills, and
has cured thousands of women who
have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, inflammation,
ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregulari
ties, periodic pains, backache, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration.
If you have the slightest *loubt
?that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound will help you,
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn,
Mass., for advice. Your letter
-will be absolutely confidential,
and the advice free*
KTTYNT^Y" Is a Receptivo disease
".AX^J'^X^A thousands have lt and
TROUBLE don 1 kno7 11 ,If you
want good results you
can mako no mistake by using Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney rem
edy. At druggists In fifty cent and dol
lar Bizes. Sample bottle by mall free,
alar? pamphlet telling you how to find out
'if you hi ve- kidney trouble.
Address. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, X. Y.
TAKE A DOSE OF
H. ^THE BEST MEDICINE * mW
Tor COUCHS & COLDS
UP TO PAPA.
"Now remember this-the stronger
should never do anything to injure
"Then why did you lick mel"
Encourage the Boys.
When a boy presents an Idea that
is feasible, pat him on the hack and
encourage him, and he will develop a
love for agriculture and become the
pride of your heart in your declining
years and will love the homes and
the farms that you ha\e worked so
hard to pay for.
If farming has not paid in your case
by all means give the boy a chance to
begin without your handicap. "What
wa? good enough for me is good
enough for the boy," is a maxim un
worthy of a New England farmer. Give
the boy a chance at an agricultural
education and he will help you to stop
the leaks and turn the past and pres
ent into a brighter future.
Whore Surgery Falls Short.
"Surgery," said Simeon Ford at a
dinner in New York, "accomplishes
wonders nowadays. Hearts are sewed
up; the appendix is removed; the
large intestine is done away with.
The noted humorist smiled.
"But will the time ever come when
surgery will be able to remove the
cheek of & young man or the jaw of an
old woman?"-New York Sun.
A package of
oa the pantry shelf.
Served in i minute.
With cream or stemed fruit.
"The Memory Linkers'
POSTUM CEREAL CO.. Lt!.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
AT THE ST
THE DISPENSARY COMMISSION
REMOVED FROM OFFICE BY
GOV. COLE BLEASE.
REASONS ASSIGNED FOR SAME
Neglect of Duty and Incapacity"
Order Issued Peremptorily-Severe
ly Criticises the Commission in His
Columbia.-"Neglect of duty and in
capacity" are the reasons assigned
by Governor Blease for an order is
sued peremptorially ?removing from
office Dr. W. J. Murray, of Columbia,
J. Steele Bryce, of Yorkville, A. N.
Wood, of Gaffney, Avery Patton, of
Greenville, and John McSween, of
Timmonsville, composing'the commis
sion to wind up the late South Car
olina state dispensary. The governor
in his proclamation severely criti
cises the commissioners for contract
ing with Anderson, Felder, Rountree
& Wilson, an Atlanta law firm, to
assist in recovering from liquor
houses money alleged to be due the
state in connection with dealings with
the state dispensary. The commis
sion's work is practically done. It
has turned into the state treasury
about $400,000 collected from liquor*
houses. Members of the commission
have nothing to say except that com
missioner Patton inquires whether the
governor will sign or veto the act
passed last month by the legislature
at the governor's own urgent request,
providing for an investigation of the
Pardons Issued by Governor Blease.
Mark Duncan of Aiken, who was
serving seven years in the peniten
tiary for manslaughter.
Ned Criss, a Charleston negro, serv
ing a life sentence in the peniten
tiary, has been pardoned by Gover
nor Blease. Criss was convicted in
1889 on the charge of killing E. H.
Oldenberg, a Charleston merchant.
Caesar Frazer, another negro, was
convicted at the same time and was
Sion Miller of Saluda county, who
was convicted in 1904 on the charge
of kiling a negro, Richard TrueBdale,
and sentenced to 10 years in the pen
itentiary upon a verdict of manslaugh
ter, has been pardoned. Russell Mc
Cormick was convicted on the same
charge and was pardoned hy Gover-'
James Stuart who was convicted in
1909 in Hampton county on the
charge of larceny of live Ptock, has
received a commutation of sentence.
He was given one year in th
Cromer Haidt of Ora'
was convicted of mar
sentenced to 10 yea?
being commuted tc
Governor Ansel, r
good behavior r
No reason is gi
the back of the petition.
James W. Gallman, a prisoner at
the state penitentiary, who was a
prominent farmer of Union county,
was paroled during good behavior by
Governor Blease. Gallman was serv
ing a sentence of 16 years for man
The sentence of Lou Belcher, a
middle-aged white woman, serving a
sentence of eight years from Oconee,
was commuted to 22 months. She
was convicted at the same time with
her son, a boy of 17 years, who was
given a life sentence, on the charge
of killing a revenue officer named
Corbin and another man, C. P. Palser,
was convicted on the same charge for
the Bame crime- and given 7 years.
His sentence wa? also commuted to
22 months. The two prisoners will
leave the penitentiary ir May.
Rules Ready for Corn Growers.
The rules and regulations of the
corn contests conducted by the state
have been announced from the de
partment of agriculture by Commis
sioner Watson. There is an appro
priation of 3500 for the best reBults
to be shown. All desiring to enter
the contest should apply for a man
ual at the department of agriculture.
After being shifted around several
times, the bronze replica of Houdon's
portrait-statue of Washington, owned
by South Carolina, is at last to have
a permanent mounting, although op'n
ion is not unanimous as to the suit
ability of the location, which is on
tho terrace leading from the Confed
erate monument to the north portico
of the capitol. Workmen have plac
ed the pedestal on a polished marble
monolithic base, about three feet in
hights. This place is opposed by
State Health Officer Resigns. j
Dr. C. F. Williams, state health of-1
fleer, sent in his resignation to the
executive committee of the state
board of health. The board refused
to consider the resignation. The res
ignation will be taken up at the an
nual meeting of the entire board to
be held in April. Dr. Williams stated
to the members of the board that
he did not feel warranted to continue
as state health officer at the present
salar}-, which is $2,500 a year. Dr.
Williams is a specialist in lung and
Militia Officers Disappointed.
The decision of the war department
to restrict the dispatch of National
Guard officers to Texas to those who
have passed the annual inspection by
the army inspecting officers serves tc
stay the departure of the South Caro
lina contingent. Applications have
been made by 71 officers. There will
consequently be no assignments of
Scuth Carolina officers under this reg
ul;>.t!cn for a few wprks to com?. Thp
dutv in Texas is to bp purely volun
tor -, r.nder tb.9 cccisicn cf th? ?r.rr;y
February Dispensary Sales.
The sales of the dispensaries in the
6 counties of the state retaining the
system amounted to $182,709.07 for
the month of February, according to
the last statement to be issued by
J. M. Daniels, the dispensary auditor
before retiring from office. The sales
for January were approximately
$182,000. The operating expenses for
February amounted to $9,118.54.
Towns Sales Expenses
Aiken.... w ..$ 21,739.81 $1,288.35
Beaufort. 14,894.45 960.85
Charleston...' ^ 53,139.85 2,934.23
Florence.. .. w 24,997.06 1,052.19
Georgetown.. - 11,385.85 304.27
Columbia.. ... 56,552.05 2,578.65
Totals?.; ^ -..$182,709.07 $9,118.54
Woodmen of World Convention.
At the meeting of the head camp,
Woodmen of the World, South Caro
lina jurisdiction, Head Consul Robert
Lide, of Orangeburg, made an ex
tended report, covering the work of
the camp. He showed that since the
last convention, two years ago, the
camp has grown from 17,848 to 25,
047 in the state, being represented
on the convention floor this year by
369 delegates. During the two years
130 new camps were organized. The
convention voted the donation of
$600, equally divided among the fol
lowing orphanages of the state: Ep
worth, at Columbia; Connie Maxwell,
at Greenwood; Thornwell, at Clinton;
Episcopal, at Yorkville, Odd Fellows
Orphanage, at Greenville.
Pardons Refused by the Governor.
Mooney Hudson, who was convicted
in Greenville county on the charge of
manslaughter and sentenced to ll
years in the penitentiary, has been re
fused a pardon by Governor Blease.
William J. Perry, who was convicted
in Orangeburg county on the charge
of arson and sentenced to 12 years,
has been refused a pardon.
A pardon was refused to Nathan
Evans of Sumter, who was convicted
of assault and battery with intent to
kill. The man has 18 months to
serve from last year. This was a
minor case, the person Evans, struck
not being badly injured.
R. Kenerly ,who was convicted in
Lexington county on the charge of
larceny and sentenced to 6 years, has
been refused a pardon.
Posey Barton, who was convicted
in Greenville county several years
ago on the charge of murder and sen
tenced to life imprisonment, has been
refused a pardon.
B. W. Goodwin, who was convicted
two years ago in Newberry county
on the charge of manslaughter and
sentenced to 10 j'ears in the peniten
tiary, has been refused a pardon.
The Senate Committee "Ineligible."
d as to whether he would
e measure providing for
ation of the dispensary
Governor Blease said:
min^ adversary . wjonld.
:." Governor Blease said
:e made the above state
?at he would now make
r Clifton wrote a book
last summer. Senator Carlisle wrote
something and I see that Senator
Sullivan has written something."
These are the members appointed
from the senate to make the inves
tigation of the commission and Gov
ernor Blease said, "Do you think I
am going to appoint these men to
make an investigation of the dispen
sary commission and myself?" He
did not make a definite statement as
to whether the act will be singed.
Record Shipment of Beef Cattle.
The local officials of the Seaboard
Air Line are very much elated over
the success of a shipment of beef
cattle from Columbia to Philadelphia.
There is a rule which requires that
live stock must be taken from the
cars, given food and exercise every
24 hours during a shipment which
keeps the cattle on board cars for
any length of time. In this case the
buyer waived thes? conditions, pro
vided the shipment reached Philadel
phia in 36 hours.
There were ten cars of beef cattle.
There were 208 steers of an average
weight of 1,075 pounds, all of which
shows what can be done in South Car
olina in the way of producing beef
Well, What Do You Think of This?
Governor Blease was invited by
Manager Cavender of the Columbia
baseball team, at a recent Elks' ban
quet attended by two hundred peo
ple, to pitch the first ball over the
plate when Columbia opens on hei
home diamond, and the governor ac
cepted the invitation, on the spot, bul
now the president of the Columbia
club, Mr. T. C. Williams, refuses tc
sanction the invitation. Mr. Wil
liams says he thinks it would be be
neath the dignity of the chief execu
tive of the state.
Changes in Military Law.
Militiamen ail over the state are
keenly interested in the act amend
ing the military code, which act,
there being attached no clause mak
ing of force upon approvial.
Governor Blease's signature having
been affixed February 17.
The act wipes out the military
board, and creates in its place a na
tional guard council, of which Gen
eral jones and Adjt. Gen. Moore are
ex-officio members, the other mem
bers being, in the words of the act
"one officer of each regiment."
Pardon Mill Grinds Swiftly.
In all, as shown by the official re
cords, Governor Blease has pardon
ed and paroled and commuted the
sentences, one or the other, of 5C
prisoners in the nearly 2 months that
ho has been chief executive. Gover
nor Ansel, in his last year as gover
nor cf the state, granted 19 pardens
19 paroles and 18 commuta tiens, E
total cf 5fi In twelve months.
Two interesting pardons are thes
, of prisoners who Were convicted ii
I 1907 and ha:: already served thei
[spnlenr.es. This restores citizenship.
Try This for Colds
I Prescription Known for Resulta S
> Rather than Large Quantity. ?
Go to your druggist and get "Two
ounces of Glycerine -and half an ounce
of Concentrated Pine compound. Mix
these with half. a. pint of good whisky.
Shake well. Take ono to two teaspoon
fuls after each meal and at bed time.
3maller doses to childron according to
age." Any one can prepare this at
home. This is said to be the quickest
cough and cold cure known to the
medical profession. Be sure to get only
the genuine (Globe) Concentrated Pine.
Each half ounce bottle comes in a tin
screw-top sealed case. If the druggist
ls out of ?tock he' will quickly get it
from his wholesale house. Don't fool
with uncertain mixtures. It is risky.
NOT EXACTLY THE SAME.
The Traveler--Hello, Hans I I hear
you've taken a chance in the matri
monial lottery again. I suppose you've
won a prize?
Hans-YaaB; I got a surprise.
CURE THATSORE THROAT
Sore throat is inflammation of the
mucous membrane of the throat, and
if this membrane happens to be at all
sensitive a predisposition to sore
throat will exist
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic is both a
preventative and a cure for sore
throat because it possesses extraor
dinary cleansing, healing and germi
cidal qualities. Just a little in a glass
of water, used as a gargle, will quick
ly relieve all soreness and strengthen
the mucous membrane of the throat,
and thus overcome all tendency to
Paxtine is far superior to liquid an
tiseptics or Peroxide for all toilet and
Paxtine may be obtained at any
drug store, 25 and 50c a box, or sent
postpaid upon receipt of price by The
Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass.
Send for a free sample.
"Wake up, Cull," says the burglar,
shaking the man by the shoulder..
The man wakes up, and jumps up,
"I went troo dis house las' wee'k an'
got S?00 an' a bum gold watch," ex
plained the burglar; "an' de papers
said dat you said your loss was $100
an' jool'ry to the amount o' five or six
"Well, make good, sport Me pard
ner dat was watchin' on de outside
made me cough up de difference be
tween what I got and what you said
I got. Now, you got to make good.
You can't beat me dat way."-Judge's
(T?rT??r and mince
US in a
In fact, . 'ves of Nola
"In Nola Chum. v>sald to
i man: ^
" 'What is the principal occupation
of this town?'
" 'Wall, boss,' the man answered,
yawning, 'in winter they mostly sets
on the east side of the house and rol
lers the sun around to the west, and
In summer they sets on the west side
and toilers the shade around to the
FOR TETTER, SCALY FACE ERUP
Use Tetterlne. lt ls also an absolute
cure for Eczema, Ringworm, Erysipe
las. Infant's Sore Head and all other
itching cutaneous diseases. It gives
Instant relief and effects permanent
"After thirty years experience In the
drug business, I can truthfully say that
I have never seen a remedy equal to
Tetterlne for Skin diseases. A few ap
plications have made a complete cure
of Tetter on hands, which I had almost
despaired of ever curing, I also find it
unequalled for chapped and rough
Bkin." Roland B. Hall, Druggist, Ma
Tetterlne, 50 cents at druggists or by
mail from J. T. Bhuptrine, Savannah.
Greatest Little Invention.
The greatest little invention that
has been given to the world is the
lucifer match. It was invented in
1827.' It ls small, but like Portia's
candle, it has shed a great light into
the world. It gave man mastery ol
Bre. Before this fire had been a con
trary hired man, but now it became
an obedient servant
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Signature of i
In Use For Over SO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
"That fellow has a fearful nerve,"
said the dealer in firearms.
"Who is he?"
"An alienist. He says he will give
me a commission on his business if I
will hand his card to every wild-eyed
person who comes in and buys a re
Words of Comfort.
"My doctor says I must sleep out
of doors," said the man who is not
"Well," replied the friend who
malees painful efforts to cheer up;
"it's all right so long as your land
lord doesn't say it"
"Your wife Insists on being allowed
"Yes," replied Mr. Meekln. "She's
not content with having the last word
in political argument. She wants to
go to the polls and put in a pout
A Good Samaritan.
"Once, when I'.was ill. he gave me a
punch in the stomach."
"I don't see '.ff h y you should be
gr;;(cful for thal."
"It was a milk punch. They
r tren gt hen, yen know."
But Mrs. Perry of Rolita, Built Up
Her Shattered Nervous System
By Taking Cardoi.
Rolita, Tenn.-"I suffered with sick
headache for three years," says Mrs.
Lizzie Perry, in a letter from this
place. "I was so nervous at times, I
could hardly bear it.
I had the blues, and everybody
thought I was losing my mind. My
memory was bad. I had pains in my
side, and I was hardly able to go.
I would have been in my grave If I
had not taken Cardul. Now I am
stronger than I ever was before, and
I feel like a new person.
I am thankful for what Cardui has
done for me. I wish all women who
suffer would take Cardul, and be hap
py and healthy."
Cardul's success In! benefiting find
curing sick and ailing women, is due
to the fact that lt ls a building tonic
for the nerves, as well as for the phy
Being composed exclusively of vege
table Ingredients, which act gently
and sympathetically in a natural way,
it does its work safely, reliably, and
without bad after effects.
Fifty years of success prove these
Isn't lt reasonable to believe that
Cardul will help you? Ask your drug
It is certainly worth trying.
Tt. B.-Write tot Ladle?' Advisory
Dept., Chattnnooprn Medicine Co., Coat?
tanoog-a, Tenn., for Special Instruction?,
and 64 paare book, "Home Treatment for
Women," sent tn plain vir ap per, on re?
??eat, ' -?<. i
No Doctor in Forty Years.
Forty years' residence in the coun
try near Etna with never a doctor
summoned on a professional visit at
his home ls record of E. R. Hamilton,
who has nevertheles raised a large
"There were times during the last
two score years when we were hun
gry, but we were never sick;" said Mr.
Freo Cure for Rheumatism and Bone
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures
the worst cases of rheumatism, bone
pains, swollen muscles and joints, by
purifying the blood and destroying the
uric acid in the blood. Thousands of
cases cured by B. B. B. after all other
treat -.ents failed. Price 81.00 per large
bottle at drug stores, wjth complete direc
tions. Large sample free by writing Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.. Department B.
"Twobble started to read Doctor
Eliot's Harvard Classics."
"How far did he get before stop
"As far as the bookcase.**
"My daughter has been taking fen
cing lessons and she feints beautl
\ 'HuhJ. Cmtrht to scejtU? wa
iga! "kin trow" ? i? I" "
THIS WILJL VST MO.
Mother Gray's b- -? for C
Certain relief for x Koadr
Stomach, Teething Disorders, moro ana r.,.,n. mo ?
Bowels and dostroy Worms.' They brook up Colds In ,
24 hours. Tboy are so pleasant to the taste Children
Uko them. They never Jail. Sold br all Druggists, |
25c. Sample malled FBBH. Address Allen ti- Olm
sted, Le Boy. N. T.
"I know a woman who never gos
sips about her neighbors."
"Get out. You don't."
"Yes, I do. She's dumb."
TO DRIVE OUT M AXA KIA
AND BUILD UP THU 8TSTKM
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTBLBBB
CHILL TONIO. You know what you ar? utting.
The formula ls plainly printed on every (rattle,
showing lt ls simply Quinine andiron In a taste
less form. The Quinine drives out the mulari*
and the Irou builds up the system. Sold by aU
dealers for SO years. Fries ?0 cents.
Read not to contradict and confur.!,
not to believe and take for granted,
not to find talk and discourse, but to
weigh and consider.-Bacon.
Thousands of Consumptives die every
vear. Consumption results from a neg
lected cold on thc lungs. Hamlin? Wizard
Oil will cure these colds. Just rub it into
the chest and draw nut the inflammation.
Children learn to creep ere they can
learn to go.-Heywood.
For COLDS and GRIP *
Hicks' .CAF?DINE IB the best remedyp-re
lieves tho achine and feverishness-eurea the
Cold and restores normal conditions. It'a
liquid-effects Immediately. 10c., 25c., and 50c.
At arug atorea.
Some men, like some roosters, are
always crowing, but what's the use?
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens "he gums, reduces inflamma.
tlon, allaya pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle.
You can often tell what a woman
really means by what she doesn't say.
TO CUBE A COLD TS OVE DAT
Take LAXATIVK BROMO Qulnlno Tablots.
Druggists refund money If it falls to cure. B.W.
(?BOVK'3 signature ls on each box. 25c.
The breath of scandal is responsble
for much breezy conversation.
Nature's laxative. Garfield Tea, is made
of clean, sweet, health-giving Herbs.
Cleanliness is next to godliness.
ft Drop of Bloo
? Or a little water from the haman syi
thoroughly tested by the chief chemi
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y
story of impoverished blood-nervous <
or some kidney trouble. Such examin
made without cost and is only a small t
work of the staff of physicians and surf?
the direction of Dr. R. V. Pierce givin
medical advice possible without cost
who wish to write and make a full ati
symptoms. An imitation of natures
restoring wanto of tissuo and irnpoveri
the blood and nervous force is used
take an alterative and glyecric extract
without thc use of alcohol, such BS
Dr. Pierce's Golden
Which makes thc stomach strong, pro:
stores the lost appetite, makes assimili
purifies and enriches the blood. It is
.nd restorative nerve tonic. It make
and cool in judgment. Get what you t
AT THE TELEPHONE.
He-Is that you, darling?
She-Yes; who is that?
Railroading and Dancing.
Stuart C. Leake, who has a lot to do
with managing a big railroad in Rich
mond, Va., is noted as one of the best
dancers in the south.
One night something went wrong
with the braaci of the road over
which Leake has supervision.
"Where in thunder was Leake?"
asked the president of the road next
"Leading a german," said the gen
"Which," commented the president,
"was a dirty Irish trick."-Popular
When He Was Slow.
"Swift is the swiftest proposition I
"Is he? Did he ever owe you any
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum
and Mullen is Nature's great remedy
Cures Coughs. ColdB. Croup and Whooping
Cough and all throat and lung troubles. At
druggists, 25c, 50c and 81.00 per bottle.
Rotten Cigarette Paper.
Much cigarette paper is made from
waste untarred hemp rope.
For HEADACHE-Hicks' CAP?DINE
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervous Troubles, Capudine will relieve you
It's liquid-pleasant to take-acts Immedi
ately. Try it. 10c., 25c., and 50 cents at drug
The man who lets well enough
alone never gets very far ahead.
Constipation, indigestion, sick-headache
and bilious conditions are overcome by a
course of Garfield Tea. Drink on retiring.
A one-sided argument never gets
Gent?o and EffisctK
NOTE THE NAME
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
SYRUP OP PICS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA Hi
UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION FOR MORE THAN THIS
PAST, ANO ITS WONDERFUL SUCCESS HAS
SCRUPULOUS MANUFACTURERS OF IMITATIONS
INFERIOR PREPARATIONS UNDER SIMILAR NA
COSTING THE DEALER LESS* THEREFORE, WHO
Notetfe MName of tte Comp
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS, NEAR THE BOTTOI
THE CIRCLE, NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACXA?
GENUINE. REGULAR PRICE 80? PER BOTTLEi
ONLY, FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGI
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELDTJR OF SENM
SOME AND EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR
AND BILIOUSNESS DUE TO CONSTIPA
(EFFECTS IT IS NECESSARY TO BUY
WHICH ZS MANUPJ
A Country School for G
Best Feature? of COB
Out-of-door Sports on School Park of 3;
Academic Course from Primary" Class to G
Special Students. Music and Art. Certificat
Day Pupils. Miss Bangs and Mies Whit01
?V0 doten of
Booklet (f IT
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8POHN MEDICAL CO.. c
. L. DOU?
W. L. Douglas shoes cost more to make 1
because higher grade leathers are used and s
care. These are the reasons why W. L. DOT
antead to hold their shape, look and fit bel
than any other shoes you can buy.
VST BEWARE OF SUBSTITUT
The genuine have W. L. Douglas na
price stamped on the bottom, which gun
and protects the wearer against high price:
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES O LA I MED TO Bi
lt roar dealer cannot inpply yon with the jennine V
for Mull Order Catalog. Shoes sent direct from facto
W. L. JDousIoa, 143 Spark St.
?t at Dr.
., tells the
>art of tho
g the best
sores the flow of digestive juices, rc*
r.tion perfect, invigorates the liver and
thc great blood-mnkcr, flesh-builder
men strong in body, active in mind
Manyon's Cold Remedy Belitres th?
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