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Balsam of Myrrh
For Galls, Wire -i
Thrush, Old Sores,
INail Wounds, Foot Rot
Fistula, Biceding, Etc. Etc.
Made Since 1848. A* AnybodyI
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
All Dealers eS iie
FOR SICK HEADACHE
SOUR STOMACH, DYSPEPSIA.
POOR APPETITE. CONSTIPATION.
LIVER COMPLAINT, BILIOUSNESS
ROMAN EYE BALSAM
FOR SCALDING SENSATION
IN EYES AND ALL FORMS OF IN
FLAMMATION OF EYES OR EYELIDS
THE LATEST FASHION NOTE
t'ays: "It Is a wise pr,eantfl.n against g'lttnf t
bole% In delieatt htus ry t., powder the '"hloe,
Ifore. puttnllg them on." Mary people sprinkhl
the fanimou antieptie p.wdelr, Allen's Fit -i:aO .
into th' biis, and ind that it save' itx os.t ten
UAmesr over in k.ee.ping bli fr,m hosiery ax w..II
as ie.uening frit"tin and consequetnt smarUltil
%Md actigY of the fort.
BLAKAN WAR BEGAN IN 1663
Conflict of Races Started Long Ago.
Seems Destined Now to Be Fought
to a Fnish.
An Italia;n n\vwsIalper reminds us
usefully that the Italkian war began
centuries ago. In the state archives
at Vienna is the declaration of war
sent by Sultan Mehetniet IV. to En.
perer Leopold in "I:02. "'I: it known
to you, thei heir of the (Caesars, to the
king of Poland, and to your allies
and omnipotent emperor of the east
and west, . . Is on the point dt
invading your paltry territories. We
shall bring 1.300t.000 soldiers, on horse
and foot, to crush you utterly and lay
waste all your domains. We command
you to await our coming in our resi
dence in Vienna, where it is our Inten
tion to have you beheaded."
Blut the war was even then an old
story. The delightful writer who con
tributes "The Office Window" to the
London Daily Chronicle tells us that
while searching through some of the
earliest newspapers printed his eye
was continually diverted to news let
ters from the continent giving ac
counts of the unholy war which Tur
'ey was waging on Hungary and Aus
tria. Almost at random he copies the
following from the Newes of Stetem
ber 17. 1633, a grim reminder that the
Turk has remained unchanged and un
changeable for these 250 years at
"Vienna, Sept. 6.-In Austria every
Fifth Man is to bear Armes; and they
hope to raise 20.000 Men upon that
Levy to secure the Frontlers. At this
instant comes fresh Intelligence of 10,
000 Turks, and as many Tartarrs, pass
tag the Waegh, and that they carry
all before them with Fire and Sword."
And again: "We hear that upon the
third instant the Enemy has beaten
our Foot by the River Waegh, and
Possess'd himself of the narrow Pas
sages between the Hills, where he has
burnt diversTowns and Villages, and
Massacred many Thousands of People,
striking off the heads of some. putting
other in Chains . . . and cutting
to pieces Young andOd Old without Die
tinction or Mercy."
S Added Injury.
HeI~-This steak is burnt.
She-That's right-roast It!
When a woman can arrive at satis
factory conclusions without expressing
them, that is wisdom.
-At Your Service.
Ready to eat direct
from tightly sealed
From our ovens to
your table Post Toast
iesare not toucbed by
Dicious with mmene
and w ar o fruhits.
For sale by grocers
Post Toasties hav
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UN O S PLY TO JAPAN
AIMS TO REMOVE TREATY FROM St
ALIEN R.AND QUESTION.
Since the Act In Controversy Has
Been Signed Negotiators Will Pay Thu
No Further Heed to That State. a
o Cal -- lifornia's alien kan
nd ill became the a the state Wo
l n . ..& . . ilgrl t tilhe prote'i s of Japan t
Sond! . 'l ,.rsentttons of I'r' .lident Vil
cdl :1:.,l ITis personal e oI Seretar not
So" ilt,' Brvan. (o er " hs I.on t
.i 4 n:, the bill anid ninedtt days utter te' r;
0 r :, ' 4 4 1o f t h e J 4 n t o f t ' h 4 i 4 r r
\ ., nt on S cr t|r- lirynn 11( i , l n . Ot
it ." i f nki,( No \ ni 'sad|r 44inta t1 ,h+
u ; ,"Of t[Ii rilx 0 "
. lr d , l I - I'"ar n
1 th, a'i;d r ti xlt .Ih il ' I Ii I i It
\\', hhntirely byv t .1 t ' , "7 o -
"I ,. t offic4e ' "1 n ,, ! ld " "
:!, rm it. Ir . nO i-' 1t.:," ,.," :'I t i
llmi." of tile officials a''t h u
t e Ill th o hove r lllrtt - 444r i- I,
,itl , holdinh ( of the' or . 1 he n 4
ifro . publicit no of L t)h ,, fficials
44at the ,hite House:4rI, ,'I' h . d4 IFrt
..rllit or the Japane'| c 1,"mbir ss) y claretdc h a"l
It' indice the ntur h i , ,,i lli lll
oj',tio ns, or -tof Secretary IIrIna re
";l.rom other sourceI, ho, tvr. it h
ws gathered that wh) il tI:e J1apaTnese i
allege technical viola;tion - ol the
,traty of 1911r by th it,' lif, rnia lawo ' u
ht,'elns office at minor roionl s such , it4 .hel
l s trisehat lprohibitin Ja blae tromlt itn-t
real' of the officials iont is . int pr
itn view of the 4hol d 1igiilationi be tti
rimin the two goVainst the Ja' n rear. Thdl o
witphholdirit of the onverrtion s eill" as ie
ro the publicit, nciple of inthe rntionfficials IJl
t thaw, are Whitregarded by Jlan a oudepart
renlat or the Japan ies itd asy an 'rel
4to indicate the nature Sof th' .apanese tt'
o jt'Ctions, or of Secretary Bryan's re- ti
undersom other sources, howver, it
ocas gathered that while the Japanese.
allege technical .iohitio4ns of the i4l l
these relate to mliever provthat this suchb- e
s hriting property in accompliornished. Tande an
real weight of objection is against pr
the spirit of the whohl' legislation wt
which is regarded it4s distinctly di(
triminatory against the Japanese. Thgove
spirit of the contrary viewon, as well as in
1 the general principles of international 1),
I law, are regarded by Jap1an as ou4t- El
braged by this act. The faor it to teshat the !,
ponited St tes has entered into treaty is
relations with Japan is cited as an Ft
admission of equality. Si
In his answer, Secretary Bryan is cor
undersect to the have recounted ational c
length efforts made by the administra
I tion to guard against an infringement se
of the treaty rights of the Japanese.
SOfficials here believe that theis subJap f
Sstanteseally hgov been accomplished and- a
that at any rate, if the Japanese gov
I erminent takes a contrary view, it will
be an easy matter for it thest the
g matter in American courts. This is
tpointed ot to seem to removnse ns
sue from one of treaty constructionh
if the state department's view is cor- M1
rect, to the broad field of international cl
hlaw. It Is rtolied here the quiche Jap- fthe
'anese deverlopment s not much con-ese t
cerned about the exclusion of ts sub-ti
ects from America, for theys to the d
. Bomuh needed in Manchuria, Korea anspurned
r aFoLrr of Underlying the whole ob-nd
t jection, it is said, is the intense na
Stnorl dhe reomm endations ofe, which
has ben teuhed to the quick by the
general for a dvelpment of anti-Japanese
mofesll votnt the Pacific coast con
SvLntlis at NaMo.Dhville, Tenn., drgs to the
ry' suteuon at the Third Baptist rconvention spued
acresn or of proend and a suitableh 50,000 andl
tomrt of u en pstiermated valrrange o0,- 1
ent000 or or, meeting place in unani
we held the during a period next ton
venUos N ash vie, Tenn., during
evine Tex.-ion at the comThird Bapletiston
Cof $1h0. 0 brcL church building, thea
Tena.lltb of a new lumber yard and
toder cof strc estimaton, besides numerousf 50,
Soresidences, Devinf five and surrounding 1
wcountry held thinere during a perigood not tcir-o
exActsvt In batson Field.
Deatsan, Tex.-WThere is compnsiderabletion
ofact ly i the Batson church buil eld sthe
iLta IUsher. About ten new lumber yard andics
Thwo e Chri stian Oil Company's
eel is ,30u feet deep.
Alivity in natso K Oil Field.
rrvoile, Tex.-There wool marconsldet atble
t iv of fin the quBatsoy ol and the clip is
he hretin orei C ompany brought In
1ts g ther. About tern acifnew derric.ks
Bet Springsut up to put down deepHA
Sthe Christian Oil Company's ot
elli sho feet deep.himself n the
Wol Mark Hot at SprinKer Vilondal.
Kervtile, Tex.-The wool market atone of
Ke vdtle is steady, Thichs season the
Ool is of fine quality and thplace clpto thes
h Already over 200,000 po undscov
l been present for the cdifferemonyt
i Og the southern Pacific. *
i 1 Hal oisued K drlls dcImelf.
it Srngs Ark.- Maor H. A. lalr
Sof the t wate r baths in laot
8, shot and killed hielSuf in the
W l' near-Hot Springs ModndL.
Pliutoie I Stone CiremOy.
N sor f22 Ex sN 1oE S AE1 C(
Lancaster Postoffice Goes to Win. S.
Strain Republican, Choice of Dem
ocratic Patrons of Lancaster.
Washington. - President Wilson Inl
Thursday gave out 22 additional Tex
as postoffice. jobs and sent to hll s l
*t i* the following aappoitmntmnls for
confirnmation: Perry G. Henry. T'exar
kana; A. S. Jarvis, Troup: Jos.ph IE.
Woods. Teague: .I. !1. Prire,. San Au- $1
Listino; S .1. iHlolchak, .Jr. .Aunic: \V. lett.
II. ('lienielt,. i'alaeios litllte \1" Sin Mlea
nolls, 1 i:i .:ltano's (. lliUrl. ,on, an
L.odlk ar t; \\illiarn . Sir;iin, I.:ati(as- anl)
te'r: W . .1. ltek. Kt' aifli n; \l. It. and
1):nit 1. Itucli,,s Spr-i' S (3. Ikan. In 1
IHiisk,ll. Nor u~niu l. ,G .latl; ia . e1tt
11 N a 1 . G;o e h , il onia; It II. KOnlg, toni
.\A iti: S. M. I,\e.. Noion; i: I' tren
hMilrs. , l.:-.,l ,it1 r' I. I', :r, ll, ': rd I
' ar;li ('C t '',i i' \t',lkt r, IIalh:,rt, be.
It \V ilblb lit l~1, .Ir , C oltkill; ; It. \. . i1
ley., (t , rt, l; 1;. I I t 1t It Il u ;ha tii 1im
Hi;On. W. I S lntr n . .hlua, * Ir d V" O1
Ii lhi;m rat o j;t Ios 01 ti I Lal lii
'ilit-". . \It '. 1 " "Y lio lllt ,, l l , 111 I i i
To Gat'uer Nept Yc,-r at El Paso.
Conmmended CtI-forrma CGovcrnor a
on Aaucn Land Bitt.
Pih tt i'i!;i. , l< .u m tn bu on t 'i,, h i
IlltI ito! S4'ut't~ai out lTre~aar 141
\o'ili;hn Stl t ' .of Wac (atoit'. El
I'tia as t h't1, ll ho 1 i t h i'li. .( " i lt
li Ilt t ti~ l't: r:tg ; la t i'- ;.a 'oft l on li tIdor n i
ttI 'l lIla h (I U liernor t ;irat, Jh, l i . i t cLi;:
0! (tldo r ia i i ' re ard to It* a*.nti- ho
a'litn land l: w ilt , agains:. t tI lhl, the , l (
,t1 lHl i . I', .;t fii :1111(I ( ,.H I . 'i; l l ., i :1
- -h lut
J a pias gavert men i, ,rot iting to lnj
SATS FinDton, ItOal attI 1ending a gEand
tail'I Fr~ti3 ay ght, dal,-gates to Ili, .ix- th;
To Gather Next Year Sat El Paso.- 1o
tionmnded of Labor coalfetorna Gohicr deli- or
erations Frialay. 'The (((14 alt 0(0, iah
whait'l operned last Monday, luas been lit
onlargely at eded Land Bhri.e y
plte teseli e of lI', I lti "r1all l ia ritI" wp
hnumber of women, uot of o\\'a'o weeAti E
delegates. aI . pl o .lll i r
-Tha' election of .Messrs t'uaxintrgh~ani ha
anxt Spalaler wtays b lnnimi u mlis. ' iC:
pr"sil entans a O d G ovienovr t ion officers4;11.
wofre Clieotii d as follows: h t- bo
Vlion lareside I tw Li, s--gait which asto i
IIrllner. bouston; 14aur-lt S. Ita-uta
Jaantes gkern merlnt is i opilior to Ine,
Vallsin; Mlonald, itenldin g Stgandish,
El Paso; i iay i t, d.laFort Worth t six- tle h
tHnousth on; Schnorbnsf h. tl all Gdera- ne
lioam, ofalstiaboe; Rich. ople'tdI hir thli tr
iiForehand, San Antoaiio: Alex~atldeA. y4
Shermaions Friday. Thurber; Stewartin, l
i'h opeledof Porlat MondArthur was beent- tri
ed readang clerk and J. A. Johnstone w
lasergeantly atded arms.nd ra ri
hR. D. p'aepc e o ll of Daullas was elect- l
iiumber oif womleni, miost of w\ il~nl were'
ed delegates. to the next covetion of
the Americation Federationi of Labor. m h
SprNumerousis and resolutions were adopted. rs
SAeroplane Slips Over to Mexico.
SwrNogales, Arz.-he war aeroslane:
i. which crossed ident--o Mexico near Nacot
H la rp e r. Ii o u s to l |: ; la tu re n t . tl,'a u -
- Monday night wa orps ('hsalte flying ma-l,
iil chi;ne confiscated by Unistedn States,
pfederal officials two weeks ago. The l,
r" t tous~ton; S(.hnorbis.% .%arhallll lira- re
t- mac hine disappeared from a ranch be- t
Fortween Tucson and Nogales. dith it
Sherman; C'anfield, Thurbe'r; Stewar't, p.
tT. (C. Riley of Port Arthur wa.s e.lect- t-r
ed reading clerk and J. A. Johnstone w
e disappergeant atred Reuben aHopkins a United
R.4 States deputy marshapbell of TuDallas was elect-who
d was delegaft to guard the air craonvention of .
Sth Passenger ican Federation of Laborlide.
*, Austin, Tex.-Southbound Interna-a
e tional and Great Northern passenger 1
train collided head-solution- werith adopt freight
train on a sharp curve beyond Konua
siding, six miles south of Austin, Mon
se day. Chris Reek of San Antonio, fire
man on the passeng Over train, was killedo.
d outright.ales, Ariz.tout 20 passengeroplane I
te hurt. 'Ug
Sw hich crossed into Mexica embassy Naco
r-Monday night was the samfe flying ma
cmadhine announcement Sunday it haited States
p-federal officials two weeks ago. The t
Smareceived word from Iets foreign office h
tween Tucson and Japan had senNogales. Wit let
SStates odeputy marshal of Tucson, who
-erinment. This, the embassy said,
wleaves only Italy, Germany and the.
United States of the great powers to
be heard from
Vesuvius Struck by Own Torpedo.
on Newport, R. 1.-The torpedo boat
he Vesidus was struck by one of its ownte
nd torpedoes late Monday and was
In beached on Hope Island, Narragansett
m bay- Later the Vesuvius worked her
ng self ot the beach and proceeded to
Wit- the torpedo station under her ow
Beriberi at Lunatic Asylum.
re Austin, Texw-It was learned Mon
ce day that there is an epidemic of ben
n bers, a tropical disease, at the stateo
tks lunatic asylum north of Austin, and
ep that there are now about fifty cases
y's in that institution. The death rate
has only been about 2 per cent.
New Controller of Treasury.
at Weshington.-George E. Downey of
he Aurora, Ind., Thursday took the oath
is as controller of the treasury, suo
dad ceeditg R. J. Tracewell of Corydon,
set ln, who has held the office continu
ously since ppointd by President
McKinley in 1897.
steAmbssad Balls for St. James.
cal New York-The United States sent
lot a new ambassador to the court of St.
the James Thursday when Walter Allen
Page sailed for ts post in London.
Must Surrender Taxes e
Washlngton.-More than a million
ot dollars collected in corporate taxes
must be surrendered by the treasury,
te as a result of the supreme court's ie
o-y cision that a corporation leasing its
titi- property and deriving its onJy Iacome
f rom that lease isanot "doing bust
ness" within the meaning of the law
'r sad is not utazable.
lar" Kerrillsh Ten.-A $40,000 bond is
_e. sue for the public reeds of this pre
m'' | ct proprri by a larng tsaority Wei e
] I-.dno b
HEAD OR HAND :'i
And Had Lost AU Hope of Re-'
covery. Now Runs Sew- T
ing Machine. as
Scottsville, Ky.-In an Interesting( put
letter front this place. Miss .Jennie taf,
Meador write,; as follows: "I was in noi
an awful conditionl. cau.sed from wom
anly trouble. W\as continld to my bed,
and couldn't raise toy head or hand.
In fact. I had lost all hope of evcr
getting well. '
I began taking Cardui. the woman's i c
tonic, and I can nov.' a,<rk in the :ar- Fe.
den, run a sew Int il;:achi' . havte gain- ant
ed 15 pounds. atid anm as 1.aly as ca:l th
You may publish this lotter if you
wish. I wish all ladi: suffelr-in fritlo
womanlly roublet would give. (' ardii a
trial, as 1 aim sure it ihould help It
('artuni is a ,lure vegetable xtracrt,
that hAS no set\ r, In'dw i al ction,
lii' acts mtihll!y and ',' ly. as a ndi- If
v,-.- ltu;ld art, r1 tf , erf. re earl
You c.al r ly , ':on :: i to h Li y(u, il.
jn', t7 it.- ha. 1º hlp, ! s.o 11 :1:.1 y th',,
: l (;t?: , toi l' ' il i. itn tihe ,- :
hlf- .-e" tr . It ;, t to itae seat of
tN. tr-l-:!' :,'- C,l htari u pi Medic a;in y C ..
if ('i r ui t ry ( il .nd rCt'h.ta fot r n .- c i ,t for ii
Slehttll todat, o(r 'hat lm 'l t in :itae
a dos or tGenerous, never v f(- I l fu
-:ed it. At your drIui store is a l
N. R.-ti't.lln t' ~ ' htatynoga fedicine Co., tit
L,:di,'ie Adv, ury lDet.. Ch.ittan"ug"l. T'l.n . for 1
, ..../,,,.::",,on tyurrasrand4t.paychok, wa
"holie "r dsemcnt :ir oemen," lclt in :lals
Generous Reformer. th
Miss Augusta I11" li .}stir is a ce
1 charming 1oung lady of Knick'r sp
bocker descent who does nobhe rats- ki
Ssiolnary work anong New York's foat- ro
I ing sailor population. a
d Miss de Pteyster's work is unique in m
that she bielieves in helping the sailor. h
t-no matter how prodigal or dissipated ni
- or noncontorming hi may bi,. She
• also believes in a very generous, very
n liberal type of charity.
SOfter her views are expressed in
e epigram, as:
' "licn't scold a reprobate, for men
are like egg,-left in hot water they
"As long as virtue is its (own re
ward. It is allt tol' b spasmodic."
; BREAKING OUT WOULD
ITCH AND BURN
", Bellton. Ga.-"Some time ago my
" feet and ears were frost bitten, which
troubled me very much every winter.
My ears would turn red and swell,
iwith terrible itching and my heel
would crack. I had a severe scalp
- trouble and also a breaking out on my
to wrists and bands which would itch
and burn until I could not sleep of
.t- nights. There was an eruption on
of my scalp with dandruff. I had to keep
ify hair clipped close to keep down
. Ithe irritation and itching. I tried isv
eral remedies and cream sad two
treatments of - remedies which did
me no good. Then I used Cuticura
tie oap and Ointment and I am now
co cured of all my troubles." (Signed)
a-. . Echols, Mar. 12., 1912.
es Cuticaura Soap and Ointment sold
he throughout the world. Sample of each
Sfree, with 22-p. Skin Book. Address
it post-eard "Coticara Dpt. L, Bostoe."
Electricity and Plant Life.
The theory has been advanced and
backed up by experiments which are.
at least interesting, that pointed
leaves standing up at the top of grow
er ing plants attract electricity from the
atmosphere and that such electric
Sforces aid materially In the growth of
n, plants so equipped by nature. One in
e vestigator, R. E. Dimick of Almena.
SWis., reports that vegetables which
e were well cultivated have shown a
smaller growth than the normal when
they had pointed wires stuck up
among them to act like lightning rods
sy in drawing off the electricity which
d Mr. Dimick believes to be attracted
e by points and needful to plant life.
lt- ----- -
ov- go iatlt rgWW EY TU CAUSE OF
S Also sweet sleep and quick relief
he from that itching, burning sensation by
to usling Teiterlte. a wonderful remedy
Sfor ecnema, tettller, ground Itch. erysipe
las. dandruff and all other forms of
skin disa.ses. It keeps the skin healthy.
Mrs. Thomas Thompson of Clark-s.
Sville. Ga., writes: "I suffered 15 years
with tormenting ,ezems; had the beat
at doctorn to proserlhe: but nothlne did
me any good until I got Tetlerie. It
wcur-.d me. I am sn thankful." Thon
as sunds of others can testify to similar
't1erll~ ew at druurists or by mail for 50c
br- by J. T. Shuptrine, Saaunth, Ga. Adv.
)Wa Time is Sometimes Kind.
Father Tim-- is not always a hard
parent, and. though he tarries for
none of his children, often lays his
hand lightly upon those who have
in- used him well. making them old men
r1- and women inexorably enough, but
Lte leaving their hearts and spirits young
ad and in full vigor. With such people
ses the gray head is but the impression
ate of the old fellow's hand in giving
them his blessing, and every wrinkle
but a notch in the qliet calendar
of a well-spent life.-From Barnaby
r of nudge.
sue- tImlpornt to mothere
Examine carefully every bottle of
ion. CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
nu- infants and children, and ie that it
lent ears the
In Use For Over 20 Years.
s hildren Ory for Pleteher's Cestairi
leu Wouldn't It be nice if we could
Shave our brashm eleaned oat now and
"You would have to have yurs
lion one with a vacuem cleaner."
lry, Get the blunt mar to come right to
DuA e Heart 1
$1 per bottle: Salve 50c per Jar.
Ask your druggist and save shipping
charges. Or we will ship by express
cr Parcel Post f. o. b. Houston.-VITAL
Iti:MEDIES CO.. Houston, Tex.-Adv.
Will Get Rid of Felon.
To cure a felon take couinlon salt.
as used for salting pork or beef. dry
in the owFn. pound tlini mix n ith
e iquall parts of spirits of tirle titn'.
put in a cloth and wralp around the
affected part. As it gets dry put on
mor'. Tienty-four hoturs (of this
tre;tt ni nt will kill the felon.
This is a lprcripltion pr'epared e(s
pecially for Malaria or Chills and
Fever. Five or six doses will Ireiak
any v' se, and if taken ih'mn as a toll(
the li ver will not return. 25,.-Adv.
al . 1" ,', , il tt d t)1 l' ;I lll . i ti '
i l iii' it '. r f L d l'\ . at thi '
fit- , l 11 , 1 14 i . Ii .t ti:1 :1 i! fit' l .%1 s111
, d of a i th+ 11t "rw lwi yi o ur
German Prlnces' Wanderj.lhr.
ir I 4"0 1 r h l I 2 si " t. I '.t Ir f
1 'i lill I 'l; VI tI l'il ' ti hen ilier tIi'
, it i t fI. i.t . . l: t li- i iii t. lint rI I , lha t
till s d tiill s of theil Wlit , r :lhl.
S whilh still folir s part of 11i ll educati( l n
(1 " lliit I ; r1miltll art alilns.
In the case of the youniiI- pirii'nces
the year was4 split llt over severat l 1li'
a essivi, 4 ioiii4 r holiday., which they
oispent traimpinig through U'rtnalliy.
i- knaipsack (on back. anld slepinig lat
troadsideo inns. They travele',d withouti
a servant, accompanied only by their
n military governor. ('Col. von Falken
r. heyn. and were scarcely ever recog
ULL" DURHAM is the greatest thing of its kind in the
World! It has a greater distribution than any other com
modity on earthl Last year alone, over 352,000,000 5-cent
muslin sacks of this grand old tobacco were sold! It is smoked
by more millions of men, in pipe and cigarette, than all other
high-grade tobaccos combined, because it affords a degrer of
enjoyment and satisfaction that no otjier tobacco can give.
*"Bull" Durham has been the standard smoking tobacco of the world for
thertgexerations, and will be the standard for generations to come ! "Bull" Durham
is the same today as it was 53 years ago-just jfre, good, honest tobacco, with
the ,natral rich tobacco fragrance. It comes to you in the same plain, sub.
stantial muslin sack, because the quality is all is the toeucco--where it belongs I
The cost of painted tins and "premiums" comes out of the smoker's pocket
yet he cannot smoke the tins or premiums! "Bull" Durham smokers know this
-and they know that "Bull" Durham Tobacco is a presium in itselfl
Get a 5-cent muslin sack at the nearest dealer's today
rol! a cigarette or try a pipeful, and you'll understand why
"Bull" Durham is the favorite luxury of men of all nations
and all classes. Sold wherever good tobacco is sold-and
you always get it fresh.
A beak of "papers" Iree with each 5-ced muslin sack.
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