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A Great Advantage to Workirg Met.
J A. Maple, 12.5 S. -th St.. Steubecu
ville, 0., says: "For years I suffered
from weak kidneys sad a severe blaader
trouble. I learned of Foley Kidney Pills
and their wonderfut cures so I began
taking them and sure enough I had as
good results as any i heard about. Mv
backache left We and to one of my busi
ness, expressman, that alone is a great
advantage. My kidneys acted free and
normal, and that saved me a lot of mis
ery. It is now a pleasure to work where
it used to be a miserv. Foley Kidney
Pills have cures me and have my high
est praise." Dickson's Drug Store.
Hagenbeck's Narrowest Escape.
I am often asked wlhat is my nar
rowest escape. Perhaps the following
is the closest shave I have had. I was
superintending the dispatch of some
animals at the railway station in I1am
burg, when a half grown elephant
which was standing in one of tWe
trucks with its legs chained suddenly
turned round and tried to pin me t0
the wall, 'I was at that moment exam
ining a- cage containing monkeys.
.When I entered the car I knew the
elephant was cross and should have
kept my face toward him. Instead of
doing so I turned round to look at
something, and at that moment the
brute went for me. He tried to pin
me to the wall, but fortunately for me
his tusks were too wide apart for Wim
to properly grip me. The tusks just
grated my skin on each side of my
back. One of my men rushed to the
rescue and pulled me down between
the animal's head and the wall. They
then stood me on my feet to see if
my back was broken. With the ex
ception of torn clothing and a grazed
skin I was all right.-Wide World.
Stonewall Jackson's Death.
Nothing in the war perhaps. except
ing the surrender, ever struck Rich
mond with such stunning force as the
announcement of "Stonewall" !ack
son's fall, of the amputation of his
arm and finally of his death, following
the battle of Chancellorsville. Even
the brilliant victory of our arms was
placedin total eclipse by this irrepara
ble loss. From the first, when the
shy Puritan professor of the Virginia
Military institute had startled the ar
mies by his extraordinary daring and
military skill, Jackson had taken hold
of the popular mind as a supreme fa
vorite. "Old Stonewall," "Old Jack"
or "Old Blue Light" was by the sol
diers held in the reverence bestowed
by Napoleon's grenadiers upon the
person of their sacred emperor. With
Lee and Jackson to the fore quiet peo
ple sitting in their homes felt them
selves as behind two massive towers
of strength, facing and meeting every
adverse wind.-Mrs. Buxton Harrison
in Scribner's. -
Tragic Tale of a Rat.
The story of the luck of the Howths
is well known, and down to very re
cent,times no member of that family
would permit a rat to be put to death.
ft was said that about the year 1750
the twenty-sixth Baron Howth was
giving a banquet to his friends when
a rat rushed into the hall, followed by
several dogs, and, jumping on the ta
ble, sat up before Lord Howth as if
appealing for protection. He saved its
life, and from that moment it never
quitted him. At last he set out on a
foreign tour, accompanied by his broth
er, who persuaded him to leave the rat
behind. Sitting in a hotel at Mar
seilles, the door suddenly flew open and
-the rat, dripping wet, came crawling in
and -went straight to the fire to dry it
self. Lord Howth's brother, enraged
-at the intrusion, seized. the poker and
- dashed out the rat's brains. "You have,
murdered mel" exclaimed Lord Hlowth
and instantly fell down and expired
The Man Eaters.
w:It seems strange that bears, so fond
Sof all sorts of flesh, running the risks
*of guns and fires and poison, should
never attack men except in defense of
-their young. Only wolves and tigers
seem to have learned to hunt man for
food, and perhaps sharks and croco
diles. Mosquitoes and other insects
would, I suppose, devour a helplesi
man In some parts of the world, and so
might lions, leopards, wolves, hyenas
and panthers at times if pressed by
hunger, but under ordinary circum
stanees perhaps only the tiger among
land animals may be said to be a man
eater uimless we add man himself.
John Muiir in Atlantic.
A Blow at Science.
"And the voltaic current," continued
the lecturer, "was the discovery of
Volta, and Its development is a comn
paratively recent achievement of sci
- A still, small individual hoisted him
self to a chair in the rear of the hail.
"Hold on there, professor: What
about the earlier discoveries of Noah?"
"I don't understand you, sir."
"'Then brush up! Didn't Noah make
the are light on Mount Ararat?"-Bal-I
Odd Churchyard Inscription.
The following quaint inscription is
taken from a monument in a ILondon
To the memory of Emma and Mary ILit
tieboy, the twin children of George ard
3:mma Littleboy, who died Juliy 5th, 17583.
Two Littleboys lie here,
Yet, strange to say.
These Littleboys are girls.
Customer-See here! I thought you
said these things would grow in any
climate. Dealer-They will. But if
you want to grow them in this climate
you've got to have a hothouse for
them, of course.-Puck.
Business Manager (to applicant for
vacant situation)-I shall want you to
be partly indoors and partly outdoors.
Simpleton-Yes, sir. But what will
happen to me if the door slams?-Lon
H-int That Failed.
Visitor (waiting an invitation to
lunch)-Two o'clock! I fear I'm keep
ing you from your dinner. Hostess-.
No, but I fear we are keeping you
from yours.-Meggendorf Blatter.
People seldom improve when they
have no model but themselves to copy
No Need to Stop Work.
When your doctor orders you to stop
work, it, staggers you. "IJ ,an't" you
say. You know you are week. run-down
and failing in health, day by day, but
you must work as long as you can stand.
What you need is Electric Bitters to
ive tone,.strength, and vigor to your'
system, to prevent breakdown and build
yon up. Don't be weak, sickly or ailig
when Electric Bitters will benefit you
from the first dose. Thousands bless
them for their glorious health and:
strength. Try them. FEvery bottle
guaranteed to satisfy. Only 5We atd
Heroism, in which I hinide courage.
fortitude and se!f denial. is an essen
tial element ot a are:it character: cour
age, which leads a man forth to meet
danger wheneer thereto called by
duty: fortitude. the power and prac
tice of enduran:ce. whicb renders him
superior to pain and makes him ac
cept with cheerfuiness whatever fate
comes. and self denial, the subordina
tion of the zmterinI to the spiritual, of
the lower to the hi::her nature of man.
which renders his will master of his
appetite and passions and causes him
to forego every persona! benefit for
the sake of honor and conscience.
David Dudley Field.
"Live Bait" For Alligators.
The negroes of Jamaica, in the Brit
ish West Indies. use "live bait" to
catch ailigators. They tie a puppy to a
tree near the alligator's haunt and
await developments with a gun. The
puppy's yelp is exactly like the bark of
the baby alligator. Naturally Mrs. Al
ligator conies out of her mudhole In
the lagoon. thinking somebody is trou
bling her offspring. Then the negro
gets to work with his gun. and Mrs.
Alligator falls a victim to her mi
When Major General Sir John Mc
Nelil. V. C.. was badly wounded at Es
saman in the Ashanti war he emerged
from the bush exclaiming in angry
and indignant tones. as if some one
bad deeply insulted him. "An infer
nal scoundrel out there has shot me
through the arm!"
In peace patriotism really consists
only In this--that every one sweeps
before his own door. minds his owb
business. also learns his own lesson.
that it may be well with him in his
The Usual Way.
Nodd-Awfully sorry to bear your
house burned down. Did you save
anything? Todd-Oh, yes! After some
very lively work we succeeded in get
ting out all the things we didn't want.
When Women Meet.
"That woman pretended to be glad
to see me. What an actress she Is!''
"But you were a match for her?"
'Yes; I pretended to he jIst as glad
to see her."--Exchange.
Winning a Name.
He-Your cousin's name Aiie is a
peculiar one. Wnd-' where hwr par
ents got it' She- Oh. ther i-hrisl(-ned
her Eliza. :ni she v revered t
Suspicions irv i t I",- a:ind
which grow '. : Iem.x -..j
rapidly when least ! '0:04 nd \' :'
Foley's Honey and Tar Compond
stiil remains its hizh place as the best
household remedy for all coughs and
colds. either for children or grown per
sons. Prevents serious results from a
cold. Take only the genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, and refuse
subsitutes." Dickson's Drug Store."
The Sound of it.
T-'*~-' --'I lad1ies were tancing
abc ation they had over
hen meeting between a
ma. c. -I
'a tre ;.c:: to dhe zo"
sai( I~atise r"ef d herj
mae: (1 deer.'
-t ~i!: ughed 3Mrs. B.
"W ring you must have!
Th< ,g about going away.
and 2d out ab~ou; the train,
"' >ody ever?" estelaimed
Nr: ture they were talking
abo for she said -a trained
ear' as tusmetty as could be.~
The discussion began to warm up, i
and in the midst of it the lady hierself:
appeared. They carried their ease to
her protnytir and asked for a settle
"Well.' well, you do beat allI" she ex
claimed, after hearing each one. "I'd
~been out to the conity overnight and
wa:s asking my husband if it rained
here latst igt."
After which the three disputants re
tired. abashed and in silence-W. J.
Lampton in Lippincott's.
It is a shallow criticism that would1
define poetry as confined to literary pro
dutions in rhyme and meter. The writ-]
ten poem is only poetry talking, and
the statue, the picture and the musical
complositioni are poetry- acting. Milton
and Goethe at their desks were not
more truly poets than Phidias with his
hisel, Raphatel, att his easel or deaf
Beethoven bending over his piano, in
venting and producing strains which he
himself could never hope to hear.
Sins of the Fathers.
Fair Girl-1 am sure papa would not
object to you. but I am afraid mamma1
will. She says your family have de
praved tastes. Rich Grocer's Son
Good gracious! Where did she get that
idea? Fair Girl-1 think she judges
by tihe butter that your father used to
recommend as good.
Hoist With His Own Petard.
"Why, Hlarkius, where have you
been? You 1-ook like a wreck."
"I know it. My twin brother and I
had a quarrel, and I lired a bruiser
to lick him. The fellow mixed us up,
and here 1 am."
His Present Love.
Wife-I came across some of your
old love letters today. Hlow you loved
me. Hlarr-y! H~usband-Yes. Is supper
ready? 1'm awfully hungry.
Mrs. Diank-ds your husband going
to Mrs. Jason's funeral? Mrs. Dash
Decidedly not: She never returned my
Poverty wants some rhings. iuuxy
many, avarice all things.-Cowey-.
Foley Kidney Pxlls
will treachl vour individua! case if yon
ae any fortu of ki~lr- and ida:dder
robe or arnar i-rr;wgularitie-s. Try
them. D ickson's Drug Store.
A Lttie Way Off.
Tommy-What does the paper mean
by calling Mr. Bugghaus an eight by
ten business man? Tl.'s Father-I pre
sume it means lie is not exactly
Fcrt an'd Fertress.
Wife-Is there any dliffrence be
tween a fort nd a fortress? Husband
-Not much, except that a fortress
must he har-der to s!!ene'a ..
The ensiest way to outwit a liar Is to [
enh! the truth
"Spendog the night r:ilway travel
ing doesn't improve one's personal ap
Iearane. (oes ity said a iggard
ooking matn to a barber.
"Well. I don't know what you looked
ike when you started." responded the I
-night of the razor. "but perhaps
rou're right!"-London Mail.
The Real Struggle.
"I suppose. now that you are married
nd settled down. life is a struggle for
"Not exactly. it's more of a strug
;!e with brend."-Judge's Library.
Proved His Innocence. 141
"Prisoner. you are accused of having
ftolen a gold watch."
"It's false. In the first place I nev
)r stole it, and in the second it wasn't
"Say, Frost, lend me your razor, will
"Oh. if it's as dull as that I don't
Not Edible. W4
Him-Are you fond of "La Boheme?"
Eer-I don't know. It depends alto
ether on what kind of dressing you
put on it--Toledo Blade.
A Dreadful Sight
o R. J. Barnum. of Freeville. N. Y.,
vas the fever-sore that had plagued his
ife for years in spite of many remedies
e tried. At last be used Bu&klen's Ar
ica Salve and wrote: "it has entirelv
ealed with scarcely a scare left." Heals
)urns, Boils. Eezema. Cuts. Bruise.,
;Vellings. Corns and Piles like ragie.
3niy 25c at all druzgists.
Libeling Old England.
According to Generml l'illet of
France. the author of "L'angleterre
ue a Londres et dans ses Provinces."
published in 1815. wife murderers a
lundred years ago generally went
scot free in England. In this engag
ing work the author says that "the
murder of a married woman by her
husband is hardly recognized as a
crime. If by some rare chance the
guilty husband is brought to justice
be is bound to be acquitted. This ac-.
counts for the heavy death rate among
women in England. Most English
men of fifty have been married at
Leasybree times." Pillet bad been a
prisuer of war in England and pub
ished this work in revenge. It was
so full of libelous statements that its
irculation was forbidden by the
French government, and the few
copies available brought very high
Apparently the Englisb did not con
sider the work very dangerous, as a
:opy was secured for the British inu
A Well Deserved Snub.
On one occ-asion an English gentle
man called to see Lord Westnoreland 1
)n particular business. Ie was at
breakfast and. receiving him with his
asual urbanity. asked the object of his
risit. The gentleman said that ha felt
omewhat aggrieved, as he Lad brought
in official letter of introduction to him
rom the foreign office and. having.
learned that his lordship had givena
reat dinner the night before. was sur
prised and hurt at receiving no0 invita
ion. Lord Westmoreland esclaimed,
vith his usual heartiness: "God bless
me. sir. I -nm really quite distressed.
think I received the letter of which
y'ou speak. 1 will send for it." Ac
ordingly the letter was brought to A cor
bim, and on reading it he said to the Ical Jol
stranger: "Ah, I thought so! There, curious
;ir, is the letter. but there is no meni- *e drin
tion of dinner in it." On which the ever i1
entleman rose and backed out of the process:
oom in confusion. and stu
- - -~- - - . -follows
Cmmon Colds Must be Taken Seriously walking
or unless cured they sap the vitality knees.
.nd lower- the vital resistance to more were dr
erims infection. Pr'otc-t your children
.d yourself by the prompt use of Fol- cally lo:
v's Honev' and Tar Comnound and note im conV
's ouick' and decisive results. For 'yes' or
:ouit:, colds, croup, whooping cough, listless;
noucitjs and affections'of the throat, ing quit
hst and lungs it is an ever t'eadly and side of
aluable remedy. Dickson's Drug Store. into a
- In forti
Faithful to Its Meat Pies' be has
Inl England onie county still resists but has
he encroachments of the sandwich.lef
ornwall will have none of it. There'
:he pasty reigns supreme-that delec
able compound .of meat, onion and ..
otato inclosed in a semicircle of rich .that a
3rown crust. Pilots, fishermen. farm pau
aborers and school children one and preinut
d1 carry their pasties. These range duringr
n size from a comparatively minute rist "I
semicircle priced .In confectioners' ittchen
;hops at twopence to gigantic combi- in : pot
intions of meat and crut that no or- oea
linary dish can hold. Even the trampmol't
n Cornwall scorns "travelers' diet" of plant. e
read and cheese. Hie, too, seated bypo T
:he roadside on a heap of stone, will pte ea
e observed to draw from some recessofnh
n his tattered coat a substantial fall p
asty.-London Globe. UP;e
Fir::t Masked Ball.
France Is the universal parent of L
:he ball as we understand it today. One<
he first noted affair of this character entered
vas given at Amiens in 13S3 to cele- that agi
>rate the marriage of Charles VL. to visited
sabella of Bavaria. In 1715 le bal de from~ n:
'opera was organized by the French nloting
overnmenit to popularize balls. and of Farl
;radually they entered into the amuse- lighted
nent of the general public. The first more in
nasked ball was given by the formida- nelli at
>le Catherine de' Medic!. Madrid.
Keeping Cool. tea yeai
Mrs. Peck-Henry. what would you
1 if burglars should break into our
louse some night? The f
Mr. Peck (valiantly)-H~umph! I smallpo:
;hould keep perfectly cool, my dear- toust n<
And when, a few niights later. bur- their r
;lars did break in. Henry kept his "Take 1
>romise-he hid in the icebox.-Lippin- burn tlt
ott's. then cr
"They tell me your boy .Tosh is very -
"e Is." replied Farmer Corntossel D~
atiently. "I never saw anybody who
ould do so many fool things without
epeatin' hiisself."-Washington Star.
-- lie we
Then He Lost Them. die-d. wi
A professor of Greek ivho was noted ing as dIi
or self appreciation bought a dozen pri-.N
,ollars and marked the first one with . -.\l b
s full name and the others simply ~' 0t
1 tried I
A Mystery Solved. days'- all
One 'reason women have so many batby is
uttons to button is because they don't Price 50
are to lose any time at shaving and .\anui
tuntig corkscrews.--GalIveston News.
It is not every man that can afford
o wear a shabby coat.-Colton.
ErOLtce;sfETMIOre. NoRop Zeig
A Sack of Flour or a
Given Free with Eac
A Curious Tea Case.-- ThWekrSx
spondent of the British Med- Teyugwmnbdse
nal gives an account of the dy
ymptoms be es'perienced aft-Sehdbrwetnfue
ng tea. He writes: "'When- pep. blyrg d a 00
ke tent I go through a regular age itrosy wt
on of events most distressingladowtelwtoami
ifying. Shortly, these are as pdi h u aicaf
Within fifteen minutes of te ttoo rcag hrmd
~movemenlt seems to be essen-cacodtrsoptecrn
fel hot about the scalp 4and diofabck orh.dihi
he former feels as If pel~ermadndegednohra
sted all over It. Then I pract1 i serfs-t alw hrc
emy sight and hearing and ifImoeupn
rsaton cannot say more than I Ytseddntsieta
no' because I am so faint dud we on a egd
hen I lose the power of nik- "Lt ebeyu preco
straight and choose the wall lfl-~~
i path. Lastly I break out
nieraI perspiration, and with- GO ES
'-ive minutes I return to my
This correspondent adds thatMayanigRdesaeHa
asulted many medical men,
neve fond ay mansTfhr- y o f teda Thdreby n
heua~ h ad bbaten orte
The a eant rous. inar gl d itoously wi:t a
persns re erba aare lidi dwhn thei each to anod
thin ofbeaty sacom o peak nd chin buda tai chauff
inchpotandgron idoos iensptr terchrg her maodne
he oldr wathr,"sai a b-capricondco sito the Old Qnk
~eptIn awar roo or y dt e ofy. Herekifornhermdischor
of losemelow oamandon aidV and Wegage aontery an
elymoitend wll oonger i se refu . .sa to a nlo hersn
we iln ayugMa beggeada
e lave lse tgeter ik e me used Dour Kioector
or hena sowe beinsto lwasfel"--L e . Atoet.
n thm. he lan bersiny ny Manin soReader tHaye Ha
leers fo ere any mnon e coto Pvrofthekdne h ere
pesostr:prhp uffe rdcntnlfrmica
pains gcooisgmyinoins andaislr
e nth o d wea tr,"si fl or et rs. fIstd
etin by ar opratic ars was mth fre.Nhn ee
ef os bymaell lohmnh ntl sd onsKinyPl
grown Phlp int was sbferingfu oel m iny t o
endit s ression s foverc the n orcedalteoh
rouse a bokunti te apriah on o ycmpan.
orli he aue shwrbes oe oraebyllelr.
thhei. si he a mear Reemeitenyn-D
>wes. ther ingevs ningfo ake o ter
1gth Old mloxotoreu. * l elio otS
thelost cprioeur fonrts ~ atoro mr
was discnoverdi byrtist Lwas rss hnayoii rtr
edgod g arins In ne
>an hir ofrlip ve ads andfering
tao cdersIn fro nwhich Sotfol a h e.
rse himt ntblac pth er. pinseevalintehua
r1sallo Theencas. son eerisdtelwy-t
Thsiedd singn h saenswt i tegh"
Englaono) gndrdhane ir oneoof
: dser htes for her in1700: ac ~cl ou at-hr
n o didnder alla bab' n fe p ho rle. Anhns a
b into a. Mgen blac powdeir.bet oko od" o
sm as threoubdwiheakma sa eatark.
d oben lik eeart eahr ic n 'saetacotaito
ialloordiay remedis, ut Js aer-wi sbnttet
seemed to oo any good until
UNT'S CURE and in a few dnd""h hl elew
-mptoms disappeared and now tosdsgee" Alileer
njoying the best of health." adneostig""oer1
per box. ofriedvn" "Batdi
e atured and Guaranteed by ihasnlhir" Fos
Richards Medicine Co., 'tufitpls" "Te an
Sherman, Texas. e ose.
Sold by _____________
lief Parac isOwithi hirrehMy
itens the teighe god ews
Sack of Granulated Sugar
:k $5.00 Purchase.
5 Carlisle Fitting Schioold
- "The School-that Stands for Work Character."
ste. nip) & BAMB3ERG, - - ~ . - SOUTH CAROLINA.
urs at- L:a u give :.ur ~Tso and Gir1rl te r-aloingi thy zneel- hnest,
a street f - thaoug-h work'under p'ostiVe Chri-ci-m influ.ences Why take
:he mid- __ banIifcesy Our school is owned una ronr.'led by Wtiot a t. -lkte
edc her a nd is net a shamr. It'eogniz.ed standatrd of schrsi~p EtuI rzed
dether- faculry-allI men of colege ar.d' university training. Indivdualt. aL
to be tention. Study hall. 4 1-2 hot:rs a diay, conducted by teacher. Un- -3
surpasse-d Health. Pure artesittn water. Hot and col baths. E%- a
een tirely sepairate boarding depar'tments for Boys and Girls. Prices.
low ~ ngcapacity Iirnted-rike to day for handsome catab'gue.
trough Nineteenth year beginos September 20th. 1911.
SJ. Caidwell Guilds. M. A., Head Master.
d It and
pidlly H or veetbegetable
T.tlo 200f poundbag
rie 9 aPricu$1.5 per ebag.
ally - fo-eg tbl-ro s
stion"HR SAB RAN
Damn armin. Civchlndschoonear
head- h sold carticulars adresseae
S-C. F. RAWLINSON & Co.,SmtrS..
Dvi Station, S. I C.cO-e al f une
Tile Iw:m R:okkeeping- Tu ne.
Wt-am.,,tipiepated 1you r
wants this -.i-;son alid am fully
prepared u V rnish you with
.1. tly thv e right kind of Unolk
4 or You bookkee.ing.
WX'Ve bandle: evrything in
4 Ledgers fromr the small 5e. Io
4 5 1,000 page Ledger.
Recehi Booiks. Notes, Dra fts,
Time Books. Wash Lists. and
.4 in fact everytiing you could
possibly need for this fall's busi
We have the very fuilest lne
of Stationery in G-farendon
,1County. Sosave time and money
by coming here first
Manning. S. C.
4 j 1H. LESESNE.
A TTORNEY vr LAW.
MANNING. S. C.
4 APPAREL SHOP
i FOR MEN
41 Evervting of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
t mnnt of both sexes.
We till mail orders carefully
'4 and promptly.
Charleston . C.
Mr. Editor:-Please allow me space
to say to my congregation at Union
(Wilson .Mill) that because Rev. J.. L.
Mullinnix. who T am to assistin a meet
in-, has been forced to make s me
changes in the dates for his meetLues,
1 am also forced to change the date for
the meeting at Union. Consequently
4 the meeting at Union will begin next
4 Sunday. August 27. instead of Septem
4 ber 4th. Please note this faet and :ict
P accordingly. J. W. BAILEY.
A ugusot 24. 1911. Pastor
Notice of Dis6harge.
I will apply to the Judge of''Prabate
for Clarendon County, on the 20th dav
P4 of September, 1911, for letters of di.
'charge as administrator of the egate of
SCieRichardson Holladay. deceased
e -....3imA MIN WV. HlOL LA lE
A drr inistrat or.
Manning. S. (*.. August 19, 1911.
JTOHN G. CAPERS. (dt South Carolina).
Ex-Commrissioner Iazernai Re.vne'ue
IJOSEPH D. WRIGHT.
L CAPER ORN s A'I LAW
Te cpbone AtINTN Main ?691
.is the best Runabout-for doctors
and will out-pull any car inl sand
or up-hill on high gear.
Wecan prove it to you by let
ting us take you out in one any
time you wish to see one. 4Phone
41, and we will be glad to take
VON OHSEN & SHIIRER,
aSumter. S. C.
On First-Class Re Estate
Purcly & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
W \oodmnea of the World.
M!eets on First Monday nights at.
V isiting Sovereigns invited.
SAGE AND SULPHUR
Restores Faded and Gray Hair
to Natural Color-Itchin~g
Scalp Quickly Stopped.
This applies to Wyeth's Sage ana Sul
hlur FHir Rem.nedy. for if it does not do
*eiy what is claimed1 for it. the sales
-nuld naturally drop off. Ilowever,
iy incresing sales. Druiggists say
ht thm- is prparat ion gives the best satis
-etion of an hair remedy ever sold.
Wyev~thi' iage and Sulphlur is clean and
wholle-omei( und1 perfectly harmless. It
r,.u.vose uand-ruiff. strenlgtheCns the hair,
lvsnwlife to dull or parched hair.
* nd. "radually restores gray hair to nat
T his preparation is offered~ to the
s.j~o:' t fifty cents a bottle. and
F er-nmended and sold by all druggists.
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