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C. 11. Bennett, lruggi.-t, Jtock Prairie
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'Centaur Liniment sells better and give
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What the Centaur Liniment has done fo
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The Yellow Centaur Linimen'
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horses and mulr a.
This L nimeiit has cured more Sprained
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three years than have all the Farriers in the
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Wc have thousands upon thousands of
certiucates as strong as the loiiowing :
"My horse was lamo for a year with aft
lock wrench. All remedies utterly fade
to cure and I coD'idercd him worthless un
ttl I commenced to use Centaur Liniment
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mend it. "Ks.V. tiKO. W. FLKKI.
Manorviile, Schoharie Co., X . Y
"Dear Sirs I have used your Centaur
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ureai vbiuo. r lease send me two uoiiar
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Laboratory of J. It. I:OSK & CO.,
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Children. They oMly need to increase the
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Wind Colie, Sour Stomach, Worms, letter,
Teething and Croup, that it is especially
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It.enoots ai e juoju certain than CasTOK
uil. 11 contains no alcholiot and Is as pleas.
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regulating the stomach and tow els the Cas-
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prevents fcterishness, ijuit-uthe nerves and
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Castoriais recommended by all pin sicians
ana nurses who have tned it, and it is hav
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