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8. A. DUO Wy - - - Editor
Fri?av. February 26, 1904.'
One year.8 1.00
Six months... XJ.50
Three months .7.25
PEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS
Tho EmprcsB of Chiua ie repor
Sam Jones will be in Rock
ingham March 7 th.
Rochester, N. Y. had a live
million dollar lire on Thursday
Geu Charles M. Dick has been
nominated State successor of
Senator Mark Hanna.
New Dooufurj Ala hid her
prihoibai bus: M - block lui rued
taipei/ anti 1' ?i:????U?'C .? iiClOij
was burned on the 2-ltb, loss
Will Boggan, colored, was
hung at Wadesboro, N. C., on
Thursday last for the murder of
John A. Sullivan, white, one
year, a go.
Greenwood county will lead
off in the campaign this year
with seventy-live candidates.
We are glad to know that Marl
boro ?has not half that many
hungry ellice seekers.
A Greedy Speculator.
Daniel J Sully, who hy ''bulling''
tho market has during thc past season
put millions of dollars ia tito p ickets
ot thc southern furtum s, is not satisfied
willi being crowned ''cotton lung,"
hut is seekingnthor worlds to conquer
having applied for membership in th.
Chicagi exchange. Gambling in polk
and g:;;;n-;j inexcusable, nud we hope
he will lose all he made on cotton in
forcing up tho price ol Hour, bacon
Quick Burying Ground.
. All persons having any interest
in the Quick Cemetary near Clio
arc earnestly requested to :.ttend a
meeting at thc grounds oh Monday
tho 29th instant at 10 oclock in
the forenoon for thu purpose of elec
ting trustees and lotting out con
trant for banning the same in coot!
The indication are that corn,
wheat, potatoes and all other foods
for man will bo in greater demand
in l'JO-l than for the past year.
Corn acreage should be increased
and thc mood of preparing tin; land
should bc more thorough than in
former years. Turn ymir lands al
least one inch deeper than they
wore ever broken before. The one
inch deeper turned on top will aol
be injurions and it will add 150
tons of loosened soil per acre. That
will enable thc land to hold that
much more moisture for thc plants
in thc summer period. IT possible,
follow the turn plow with a sub
soiler, to break up tho (dav hard
pan eight or moro inches below the
work of the turn-plow. This will
give an acre of land tho power of
holding six lo eight more tons ol
waler. The cora in June and July
will want water more (han fertili
zers. Over SO per cent of the
growing plant is water, and thc
proportion ol' moisture must bc
maintained (luing its green state,
if a full crop bc expected.
Determine now lo grow the heav.
icst crop of corn you ever had
There will he a demand for it. Hu
manity is increasing and thc bread
crop must he made larger lo supply
thc demands. Keep nie plows go
ing every day, gelling deeper down
and finding new soil that have not
been drawn fruin in making plants
heretofore Tins will be a half sub
stitute for I'crl ?lizers.
ADVICE TO ailthS
What arc lin- -'iris doiiy l?tese winter
evenings? li's a ?ood lime now, wheri
not too tired, lo gel oui Mic . ; ring cloth
und (ix up 'Ibrcnrly spring worn lt's nice
to have lomothing all ready lo pul or;
when wc happen lo m cd it, und n lin!,
blushing up. Kelliii|i tho spots oui and
porhaps. puling on nev braid, will make
tho loll-over .d;ir( loo!; fresh and last un
till limo ami opportunity prcs.mts thom
selves lo gol a new on !. Thc cotton shirt
waist can bc freshen up willi a n w ?! ic?
callar, u lillie leather stitching arni nicely
ironed and mended, and lhere you arc
all ready tur lin; -prin;: days which will
he upon us before wc know ii.
Mrs h. A. Sawyer.
A Piece of tearlessness.
On Wednesday last, some, either
out hunting or other wise passing
along, dropped lire io thc straw
field on Mr. O. S. McCall's Cosua
hain place, south of the ?Society
Hill road, and before if was dis
covered it burned tour small build
ings and about 85,000 pounds of
choice peavine hay, and cunio
near getting a largo two story
83T Fresh Oat Meal only I fie
or two for 2?c al
DOTS FROM SWEAT SWAMP.
Mr EolUor:-I.will try to give yon
a lew lines from lilia corner. .The
Turmes have been plowing some, and
linuliug guano considerable, but I
thiuk thoy will have lo stop hauling
fur want of- good roads. We are just
tut of roads ut thia time. . Tho old
roadway is there, but the roads are
j gone in many pinces Any one who
doub'ts it if they will take n trip over
^.sotue of the roada down hero I think
they will eoou decide for themselves.
Our geniul Rural Mail carrier baa a
piece of the wortt road to go over that
[ kuow of and it is a public road too
[ hear that people hauling have had
to quit trying ta haul over it, and
diat causes them to cut up our settle
ment roads. Now, we need a road
leading from Clio in the direetion of
Judson, which would be a very much
nearer route for the people of Marion
county who haul from Clio, and better
road iu summer, for the farmers like
to go and come in a shorttinie. This
road could be built without much cost
and would bo n great saving of time
:.o the furmers and others, for it would
sho.tcn the distance considerable, as
?ny ouc may seo by drawiog a straight
ine from Clio to Judsou, as the road
iue does not vary much for the great
er patt of thc way, Q.nd there is a road
un this line nearly the whole ro..te,
hui it needs straightening in some
piaeta which could bo easily done.
\\ e sent up a petition for this road
about a year ago but have heard noth
ing from it. We pay our road tax, aud
if nn\ ono fails to pay his road and
pall tax they get the poll and this poll
?ins to work ii out in the chain gang,
lu this section if white or colored fails
to pay his road tax they willingly
work it out on the road.
I would be glad if our worthy Sup
ervisor would como down this way
some time and see the Bitnation, and
ht?, would see the benefit this road
Irom Clio to Judson would be lo both
oounths The people of Marion would
willingly help build this road as it
shortens the distance ior them.
I Keb 27 th. 1904. Hermit.
The Remorseful Cakes.
A little boy named Thomas tito
Hot buckwheat cakes for tea -
A very rt sh proceeding, as
Wo presently shall nco.
Ile went to bod at eight o'clock,
As all good children do,
I But scarce hid closed his little eyes,
When he raoit reatta grew
fie Hopped on this sido, thon oa that,
Then kneeled upon his head,
And covered a'l at once each ppot.
. <i his woe truudle bed
Ho wrapded ono leg around his waist,
Aud tother round his car,
While umina wondered what on earth
Could ail bet littlo dear.
But hound ho wlopt, and as ho tlept
And dewn thero crawled, to gnaw hia cars,
An awful bugaboo!
When Thomas rose- next morn, his faoo
Was pallid as a sheet;
<-I navet more," he firmly said,
''Will cakes for supper eat!''
It Saved Ills Leg.
P. A Danforth of Lagrange, Ga , suf
teed tor six' months with a Irightlu!
running sore on his leg, but writes thal
Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it
m t*.v.. days For Ulcers, Wounds.
Pili , i's lin: best salve in the world.
?rc Guaranteed. linly 25 cts. Sohl
I T. Douglas Druggist.
The Constitution's Cash Offer
A. OhaiicG For A Rich Prize^
Have you read lhe Atlanta Constitua
lion's great oller published elsewhere in
this paper? ll not read it over carefully,
two years ago a gentleman at McColl
got a big prizi. The contest is open to
ail alike upon the conditions stated.
Subscribers to this paper may under
tile Port Receipts? Contest, either by
complying with thc exact terms ol the
offer as it is lound in the advertisement
or by subscribing to the Constitution
and this paper in combination as fob
lows; The Weekly Constitution and
The Democrat both, one year, $2,00
and o ie estimate in the contest The
Sunny South and The Democrat both
one year $1,50 and one estimate in the
contest. The Constitution and Sunny
Sotilh with The Democrat, all three one
year, $2,25 and two estimates in the
contest. Upon receipt ot your order
j with the remittance we will toward it
promptly to the Constitution and send
you estimates in exact compliance with
the terms ol the offer If you wish lo
make more than one estimate or more
than thc two estimates provided for
above, there is provision tor that so you
c tn send ii directly to the Constitution
or to us.
The great combination oller. Weekly
Constitution, Sunny South and The
Marlboro Democrat is the ideal news?
paper proposition loi I904. The Week
ly Constitution alfords all the news 01
each week Irom every available source
ol general or special interest. The Sun.
ny South presents a ric i variety of stone-,
articles, items ol adventure and travel,
personal contribution, and columns ol
happy sunshine lo suppliment the news
t "ires].?I The Constitution and com
plete the offer. The Democrat gives
thc County news local happenings, ac
counts ol local interest, and a presenta
tion of l.icts Irom the vi -w point of one
who stands near by yon ??ul under
stands how to give just what yo1' want
10 rt- rv ? 1 about the home happenings.
Wc believe I hat such a combination
is invincible, that it will be of inestima-.
hie value in your home and that it will
bring your subscription promptly to our
office. Do not delay, now is the time
lo subscribe. Make thc details ol your
oiler perfectly plain, give your estimates
j in plain hgures so that all may under
stand what you mean. We will forward
the subscriptions and estimates carefully.
Address all orders to The Marlboro
Democrat ?ennctlsville. S. C.,
Eight hour laws are ignored by those
iiteless. little workers- Dr. Kings New
bile Pills Millions arc always at work,
night and day, cuting Indigestion, Bili?
oti 1 ss, Constipation, Sick Headache
all Stomach, Liver and Rowel trout),
h ,. T. isy pleasant, sale, sure. Only 25c
at J, T. Douglas's drug store.
?real New Offer Upon Receipts of Cotton: at All
United States Ports From Se ember 1st, ?903,
fco ?Way I?t, 1904, Both inclusive..
CuntesrOpensd Jan. lSth*i904, Closes April 20th, 1904.
For tho exact, or the nearost to tho oxaot, est!mato of tho t .*u> -.ujmhor of Bales
of Cotton received at all United Statua ports from September ; M, i*?';.!, to Nlay
1st, 1004, both Inclusive.. Q 2 600.00
For tho next nearest estimate. .. . LOOO.OO
For the next nearest est?mate..... . .. ??O.OO
For the O next nearost estimate, $25.00 oach. . ??2I5.00
^or tho IO next ne?rost estimates, 12.BO each. . . I35.00
For the 20 next nearost estimates, IO.OO each. . . S?OO.OO
For tho BO next nearost estimates, B.OO oaoh. . 250.00
For tho IOO noxt nearest estimates, 3.00 each.. 300.00
Additional Offers for Best Estimates
Made During Different Periods
of tho Contest.
.' . ' ' ? j* .. V. A.-*"-'- sjej- . > v
For convenience tho timo of tho coa-, 'iS: : "
test is divided into estiinntes reeoiy?d ?^'r^. .-V - -
by The Constitution during four po- *"?*
rlods-tho first period covering, from....?_.
the beginning of contest "to February
10, 1904; second period, from Febru
ary iO.to:Starch"1, 190'4; third period, v a; ?> -
March 1 to 20; fourth period, March
20 to April 20, 1904. Wo will givo -
tho beat estimate received . during -
each period (In addition to whatever
other prize lt may take, or if it tako
no prize at all)7the sum of $125.oo.
Tho four prizes thus offered nt
3125.OO onch amount to.Q 500.00
TWO CR Al ISOLATION OFFERS.
First-F> ..... on among *
tbose eatli! <ing any ot
tho above ming within ,
? 500 bales uitl f tbo exact
Second- TI -ion among . ?
those esti: tat? '. ting any of
the "above 188 . . and not shar
ing tho fi? n offer) com
ing withb. l.O?'i either way
of the exr l . j,OOO OP
ridrand Total .. $7,500.00
In ont <? . B V- any prize estlmnto tho
money will b< quatty divided.
Conditions of Sending Estimates in this Receipts Contest,
Subject to the usual conditions, ns stated regularly in '> . tslti oh each weok, the contest
is now on. Attention is called to the following summary of cor ll
1. Send $1.C0 for The Weekly Constitution one year and ?STIMATE in thc contest.
2. Send 50 cents for Thu Sunny South one yent- and ESTIMATE In the contest.
3. Scud $1.25 for Tho Weekly Constitution and Sunny o year, and send TWO ES
TIMATES In tho contest-that is, otu? ostimate for Tho Com tul li ul i lotber tor The Sunny South.
4. Send 50 cents for ONE ESTIMATE alono In the coi it ll DO NOT WANT A SUB
SCRIPTION. Such a remittance merely pays for the privllogt
make a number ol estimates on tina hasls, you may send TKRKI
warded at tho same time estimates aro sent. If as many as i
without subscriptions, thc sender may forward them with on'
fered for only ten estimates In ono order. A postal card recolp
OEIVED WITHOUT SUBSCRIPTIONS. Where subscriptions ai
PER ITSELF IS AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT THAT YOUR BS
5. Tho money and the subscription and the estimate >n
Thc estimate, the money and the subscription go together. TI 1
Secretary Hester's Fierures Covering:
TOTAL PORT RECEIPT
lr.mi Int Boptcmuor to tnt Mnv (in
i-f following your. Tho period covurci
the estimate. If you wish to
TICS FOR EVERY $1.00 for
iro received at. thc same timo
splendid dlscsunt being at
ti for ALL ESTIMATES RE
TIE ARRIVAL OF THE PA
3 I3EEN RECEIVED AND IS
LP same envelope every time.
Dd of the Contest.
BALES IN COTTON CROFK -
. B Iii morely for your Information nod I?
? the HiitjJi'?t of thiti prenant contest. It IR
cn only uri an additional nid toan into] 11
1808- 09.7,993,461 .
Ella wheeler Wilcox- and ,janies
Whitcomb Kiley met recently at the
Westminster Hotel, in this city, Baya
the N. Y. Times
I never will forget what you enid
about me, Mr. Kiley, said the poetess
of passion when I ii rat altem ped tn
Nothing unpleasant, I hope, ex
claimed thc Hoosier poet.
You said, continued the poetess,
that I was too homely lo write poetry.
Did I ever say that?
Yes, you did ! or at least !t was pub
lished in coming from you. It made
a deep impression on me. Ah mt thal
time I wa? making a rag doll for :i
little deice of mine, and 1 not only I
made it, but I painted its face Amii
I made that ince j-ist as ugly as 1
knew how and called thc dull James
Hicks-My wife is very metho
dical. Sim's always got a pince
ior everything and everything in
i ts place.
Wicka-"?o has mine: but I'll
be hanged if 1 can ever find tlie
I am prepared to supply telegraph
or telephone poles from 30 feel down
to Bitit. at short notice. Address mo
Kienheim R. P. D. 1.
Dec 10, 1!>0:5. A. J. Jones.
From E. W. Goodwin*'
All patrons of my mill and gm
customers have free privilege lo
fish in my pond with nets until
April 1st, then with hook and linc
until June 1st, 1904.
E. NV. ( roodwin.
Brightsvillc, Fob, 20, 1904.
A full line of II J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies Al-e. ?it
W. M. Rowe's.
Two bots on Hunker Hill-aaa aero in
ono lot and half aero in tba oilier. Storo
HOUHO on ono lot nod Doublo house on thc
It i? tho George Whilo proporty and will
bo fiold nt a baronin for cash.
Apply to T. IJ. Crosland,
BonnolUviile, H. C.
Feb mt, 1904.
PURE BRED BUFF ROCKS.
Thrifty, Roliablo and Profitable,
Thc hair Plymouth Rock is the mw
for lirolit. Thc time ior setting loi the
Spring brood is near at hand and lo get
eggs so as to have them ready when the
season opens, you should place orders at
once and state date ot delivery.
Setting ol 15 Kggs $1.50
D. A. COVINGTON.
Jan 5. 1004. V' "on, M r
1>UH Ililli, Civ,_.-.
is cutting such high je
llie king has again ase
his throne in the co mi
world, the eloquent tribute
Henry Grady to the flo
pie will be read with
by colton growers, cot.' i
ers and the public. I?
''What a royal pla il i
The world waits in aile
on its growth; the sho ti
falls whispering on its
heard around the ear tl ?UTI
i hat shines on it is ten . fr
ibu prayers of all tin
the frost that chills it :
dew that decends from
are noted, and the tresp;
little worm' on its grec
more to England that
vance of the Russian ni
her Asian outpost. I - ._.
from the instant it p'i: foi
its tiny shoot. Its iib ;.
rent in every bank, ai d
loosing its lleeces to ti
floats a sunny banner
i fies the fields of th
farther, that mun is 1
under a flag that will com eel th*
allegiance of the world
wring a subsidy from
nation on earth. It if
tage thal God gave to peo- j
pie forever as their c II
he arched our skies, < I
our mountains, girt
willi Hi,' ocean, loose.
/-.es, tempered/the sui
measured the rain,
?.?.ly a talent as ever
His hand to tnorta
Scientists now say
was 1 lo feet tall. ?
hold out in the pal
hand several men ol'
por?city to ours, and II
i I was thai Adam can
wu ii she said, uEs
-"De mond poverty
nature," said Uncle
shown hy do Dumber <
Henson dat is g win tor li
along wit! doir las' son
Vonr's resolutions mad
A Maryland school
leaching her class the nv
of grammer, "Now, John
she, "in what lease do
when I say, UJ am 1 .
I'lie 1 it. I to fellow answc
is ii wink. "The pust."
Flowers I Flow
Mrs. Jno S. Moore .
lot ol' Geraniums,
Ferns, Palms and oth
ivo'l rooted, that she i
iel 1 Gil tl i luci l>r? . tm i
? rectors rt specid meeting ot' the
' ockholders of the Marlboro Fruit
|Jo., will be held at Bank of Marlboro
i Bcnnettsvillc, S. (J., at 12 o'clock
. i. on 10th March next to vote upon
? ?creasing the Capita] Stock of tin
v ompany tn Ten Thousand Dollar?
nd ald;> to consider any other matter*
f interest to the conif an v.
Z. T. Pearson, Prest
]). D. McColl, Stcty.
Feb Sth 1904.
Wonders of Lifo Rc-production.
According lo tho naturalists, a scorpion
?ll produce 05 nf its species in a siigle
lasoti ; a cotninon il y lit ; a !i>ach 150.
ul a spi ter ?7 ). Tue hj'drachui t pro??
doces GOO eng*, and a common frog 1100
. he feiualo moth is credited with exactly
tho .-.?ino nvrubcr of eggs ns tho frog, and
io tortoise 100 less or aa even 1000. The
di insect lays 50.000 eggs, the shrimp
?00. andover 111,DUO eggs have be. n
und in the ovaries of a captured osoari*.
1 ?no naturalist reports (lading over 12000
:gs in ii Ce??ale lobster, und auothor saw
,000. The rnutillu, an iusotit very sim
ir to the ant, has been known to lay
1 ) OOO eggs in a sinulc day. and Leuwen
)cck attributes i.000,000 (br tho season
male crab's siirc in producing bc spe
osl More'than 36,000 eggs have been
ounlcd in u herring, :;s nun in a smelt,
000,000 in a solo 1,130,000 in tho roach.
000.000 in the sturgeon, 312.000 in the
irp, 383.000 in a I euell, 510,000 in i>
nickolai. 902 000 in a perch, and 1357,
ot) ?a a flounder. Bm ol'nil thc fish hi tu
rto disc ivered thc e.ul appear- to bc the
iaoil wonderful prolific One reliable na?
uralUt reports 3,030,000 eggs from a sin?
glo fem ?lo in one season, and another as
uiany a? 0,4 11.000
They were tittering tho tender
nonsenec that .succeeds thc gre.it
And, said the girl bravely, if
poverty comes, we will face it to
Ah, dearest, bo replied, tho
mero sight of your face would scare
the wolf away.
And ever since he has wonder
ed why alie returned his ring.
Tess-I dont sec. whv she should go
md marry that old ti.au for his money.
Jess-Whv, bow oise ou ld sho get
???HAT you can ALWAYS FIND at
?, The CORNER (J ROC KR Y a Full
/ino of choice
Also a nioo lino of SHOKS. UNDER
WEAR, oad NOTIONS.
Our Table Goods are always Fresh.
Oivo uj a CALL.
C. B. HUBBARD,
Cor Darlington and Cheraw stn.
Superb S. O. W?n*e Leghorns,
GEORGE W. VANDERBILT STRAIN. -,
- THE ACK NO WEDGED EGG -MACHINK - ' ..' a
Have been tested at several Exp. Stations, andTtkyc conto off vlo'to'ra; 1 will
guarantee 10 Chicks to sitting or duplicate order nt ball' price/ Coro,' Peas.
Wheat and Rye taken in exchange. 1 will deliver at Benuottsville on Salesdays,
when orders aro received 10 days in advance. , ,
J. M. MOODY, McCollfs. G. -
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I?o-..i whal sc "nc of our customers have tu say :
MR. P. A. 11^.. G ES,
I am very much pleased with ' Fumers Favorite Grain
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j J. T. DOUGLAS. A. C. DOUGLAS
J.T. DOUGLAS & BS?0THER,
Practical Pharmacists mn! Dealers in
lillie @)riigs and ftateiii Medicines
Oj TOILET"* ARTICLES" |~ff?F$ ?VERY ^K?ND? *.
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
Palais, Oils, Varaisli, Brushes,
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FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
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January 1, 1902. ' \ Aj|HKE? OX?? STAND,
of our jewelry* is.-. mu ch^greater than
thc prices we are asking for .it. This,
beever does not imply any lack ol value
in our- goods. ;. 'On' the ^coptrary, eycry .
article is f?liy-g?arameed as to .quality/
YoUir pwp eyes .will tell. you. that it is
all that artistic taste' and th?,dictates ot".
fashiph can command.' " ''f ? ,
: \w**Wke^s^ect?lty of R?? watch re"
pair ing, Also Jewelry'ot' all descrip
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- . '^TONSORIAL ARTISTS.
WE STILL FEED . , '
T?tl3 il?NGrllY! .
WHEN ia town and you want a good ' s
nYeiil, rcmemhor 'wc' can^jjorvb: yon, ;. _
A (rood moat for 250. Rcptunrant~>v;
north cf tho Market. - ?
FRESH OYSTERS in every atyle.
. D. J. 1311AYBOY . ..
BennMt?vii?e & Clisraw Railroad
Commencing . Monday Nov. 9, 1G03,
and until further notice, (raids between
Chcrawand Beonell-vil!.- will be operated,
on thc following c\hcdule, daily except
WEST BOUND PROM BENNKTTSVILLE "
Lea ec Bennet tr<r.;i'j - $.
Leave K vere', t's -.
7 25 a ?K
7 40 ara
7 50 a tu
4 00 p m
5 30 p m.
5 50 p.m.
I'll Al N 1'.
I.) ('Kuy. pj.KHA.W;,
I !? . itt 8 10 a m
A. G. PAGE, SUPT.
Chcraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
16 th Day.
THE CnHAT 30th.
FRENCH REMpDY, ?
Produces the above results in 30 D/aY5. Itactfl
powerfully and quickly. Cures wi/on all others
fail. Young men and old men wilPVccover tb cit
youthful vigor by using REVIVIO. It quickly
and surely restores from ciTect/if self-abuse oe
excess and indiscretions Lost, ??anhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly' Emissions, Lost
Power bf either sex, Failing Memory, WasUag
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
one for study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting at the sea*! of disease, but ia ?I
Great Nerve Tonic ann Blood-Builder
and restores both vitality find strength to thia
muscular and nervous system, bringing back
thc pink glow to pale cheeks and restoring tho
Uro ol youth. It wards '37 Insanity and Con*
sumption. Accept no Substitute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no other. It i).in bc carried in vest
pocket. By mail, Si.00 .per package, in plain
v/rapper.or alic for $5.00, with a positivo wrh>
ten Kn'ar?htco Ks cure or refund the rnonoy bx
every package. For free circular address
Royaf M?ine Coif&Sf?g^
For side in ?ennettsvtlle by
' v. T.-DOUGLAS & BRO.
Nothing has ever equalled it
Nothing can ever.surpass it
>ov sr? ii rr ION pri..
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If lt fall?. T al Bottle? free.
Anyono ncnnln? n ?ketch mid flr.seilptlon may
" nspurtalix our opinion fi-eo tfli?th??r.?tl
n i*prohftbiy'pntontab?i>. ?r?nranlca*
tlon "strlrll'y conUdeiitlM. Uan.lt.r.f* on entonta
, <fian.4t nponny for necnrlnr -
.i inVon th ni 11 nh Munn ft.
?pr Wa? not tir. without clmrgo. In tho
pmai nonce, winmu* ."
A hnndaomoly Illustrated wookljv Israelit el?
I Drinoh omeo. 626 V St., Washington. D. C.