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PUBLIHsED EVICRY WEDrE8DAY MORNINo.
The Sontinol-Journial Company.
THoMPsoN & RIcE1aY PROPs.
J. I. 0. TOMt PSON, IntTon. C
Subscription $1.00 Per ueiaiv. ,
Advertising R tes Reaonable.
uatered at Plchens Po0stomuee %1n enmed cltwl
- Mal Mitter
PICKENS, S. C.
Wednesday, August.9, 1901.
"Teachers Leaving Piokens."
The following hits appeared] ini a
number of disponenry organs, with
"Since Pickens county voted out
the dispensary, thus depriving the
schools of the mtain source of reve
- nue, three lpiincipala and teachers
heave tesigned to go elsewhere atul
work. W. E. Dondy, in chaege of
the graded schools at Pickens, recent
ly quit to accept a better position in
Georgia. It wan annouanced yester
day that J. U. Daniel, principal of
the Easley schools, had resigned to
become principal of the graded school
at Manning. Ile will leave on Mon
day for his rnew field of labor. 0 1)
Seay has been named as his Success.
or. The Easley cotton mill has just
completed a handsome brick struct
ure for the pupils of the mill village.
R. A. Stoldard, of the Liberty
schools, has also resigined to accept
work at Darlington."
We were sure that the voting out
af the dispensary was not the reason
for these teachorA' leaving, but to be
able to say so authoritativoly we
wrote to a prominent ani reliable
citizen of Piclkens to give u-1 the facts
-which he hals done.
Mr. Dendy goes to Georgia to ac
cept the presidency of it college at an
increoso of salary from $80 a month
Mr. Daniels goes to Manning. His
salary was $75 in Easloy; it is $100
Mr. Stoddard goos to Darlington.
His- salary was $65 in Liberty; it is
$85 in Darlington.
These changes Wore all in the ine
of promotion, the voting out of the
dispensary having nothing whatetver
to do with themu. Our infor mant
says: "There is no truth in thoso
rumors. WVe wtill pay our teache-rs
this term even moure thtan heretofore."
It is hardly worth while to tell any
intelligent, person that the dispou
sary money -"blood money", as it~
has beeni appropriatly n ametd -d IOe
not form "the main source of- reve
nue" for the sch)Ols. Tlhe fiact is it
is a very small portion of the school
revenue; but were it ten times larger
than it is that would be poor coim.
pensation for the great evils of the
dispensary system in making drunk.
ards of our men and causing untold
miseries to women and children,, in
corrupting our polities and debauch
ing the youth of the land. It is
money paid for the lives and charac
ter of manty a man in South Caro
Jina; hence it is "blood money".
'.lhis money argument is the lowv
est argument that any one could pos
sibly resort to, for carried to its logi
cal conclusion it would attempt to
justify every conceivable immoralhty
and erime, provided it brought in the
Motheral Mothers! Mothers!
How niany children are at this season
feverish and constipated with bad a
stomach heniad achi. Mother G ray's
Sweet Powde-rs for Children will always ~
cure. If we ms are- present they wiil I
certainly remove'~ the.l~u A t all druag
gists' 2. 8 imiple bottle amailed Fnna "'
Address A ilen 8. Ol msae, e htoy,
Trhe Liberts Towshilhp Afgi ag
AssociatnAA1 till conivone with Ii
lluhamnah Mcthodliut church about I.
two' miles south of? Liberty, on~ the
second Sundiay nii August. All?
lovers of miusic are cordially in. ~
vited to cormo and brin~g song books
and wvell.fIllod brakets.
E. OsCA1 B3Mxru,
- .Sick headache iesuhls from a disor
doredl condition of the stomaech and is
qunickly Ona ed by Chamiborlain 's Htonmnoh
and Liver Tablets. For salo by Pickens
Famous Fruit Farms of Texas,
Arkansas, ILouisiana, and The Gi at
South-West reached by the Cotton
Bolt Tioute. You can purchase very
cheap round trip "Home Seeker" tic
kets at Atlanta, Blrmingham, Annis
ton Montgomery, and certain other
points any firsi, or third Tuesday,
tipkets boar flud retinn limit of 21
.days and ai ov sleop overs any point
Waqgof 9 pis.
- I to read by Memphis
and the Pelt.
Rtock, 8. 0. August 4.'-"Tho health
this community is very Rood.
Miss Lenora Hetidridie opened
hool Ot :'easant Grove the 24th ult.
tb a flourishing attendanco.
Rev. W. 0, Soaborn is carrying cn
seriew of meetings this week at
M r I. .J:: IIY l1-tis, faom N )1h.1-11
Ila, Is t~mbn I, I jr ift- <hy sinlgi..
choo I l n l'.Lea& lt (. r .vo.
Mr. and MI Eek J -iss vi',ibtt-d M .r.
Aud M r-t 1, 1). 1wi itik, I tif i mrth
M4is luez Meb001 mi U p11:1n1 e)olld
school fit Newto'i 1ist lii lav.
Stn3day with her brotier E. D. lend.
rickim. Miounltain (Nil.
Notinlg Il.h.ted, No.thling (UniIn4.
Yoi risk iothing iii buying Elliott's
Efnnilsified Oil Liniitr it, b. 4 it t- y4o
get your, money ) -ck if wit mlitisifed,
You)1lr galin i4 great, heeause y'on got the
bo-0. limkinent ove (Inad31114. BI-St for Rhe
mattism best for Spt ins andi Bwellings,
best lor ie in the family and on your
slock. A f'ill 1-2 p-nt bottle-, costs but
25 (its. No risk, ail gain.
Oures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
Cheap Rates to Texas,
Arhan-as, Louisinai, a1nd the South
wot. Elich first and third Ttuesday
you ci pirchase LinketH at Atlanta,
Birmingham, Ann1istoin, M1ontgonory,
and co taill ither poinli to The0 (.1rent
South Weist. ind retr11111, 1by Memiphliis
and Iho (' tton left Itoe at greatlly
Tickets allow stop overs any placo
West of Meinj)hw, an( are gocd to
return any day within 21 days after
Writo me to take arr ang)eenilto
and 0ee ltt your ticki-tu Iaid by
Menph1iB ald the Cotton 1lt IRoute.
L. P. 8m th, Trav. Pasts. Agont
205 Mlgnitabl Bhlti , At :n1:tli, it.
$100 iLEWAltI) $101.
The readlers (if ,tIR jaler will be
pleased to leatrn that tLhere is at least onet
dreaded (Heaie4 IA t. science has been
able to cure in all its t4tages and that is
catarrh. liall Catarrh iu e i4 ie 4n
ly pOsitive enre now knownt to the iedl
ival fraternity. Catarrh being a consati
tuulti 0111 dtiSealIe, reqires at : Consfitittoll
III trealtment11. . 11a1, d rr ('nre is
taken internnily, acting dirkeclys uiponj
the. bloo. 111 un l m cons 1,rt'acesi of t~ht
HVtielil, thelby lestroyi hll 01 fomli
tioni of h l11 olize.IN4, -111( giving the pI
tient strfoni'th by Ililding tip the- (41n
tittl-onl an11 sit111tnr inl doingt
its work. The proprii's h ave s,
11111 fIlithll in its elrative 1o4wers, t ihat
they offer One i iei rIllniris Ior My
any case a . it. f to cure. Seid for
list 'f1. aonas
.Aiddress. F'. J. (Uhe ney & i.or.,
Sold( by all l.Iruggista. IIalf('s iFamrily
'~. HA!R BALSAM
-Claeng nnad L*natifles the hal.
- 1vo r eies to Dtrlot Gray
- fi r to 1 Ym th~i Cr .
Calls His 11c
Trhe card on the fine
pape'r 1looks very miuel
"'Put u)> or shut up."'14
ponden~ft of the Hlerah ~ lve
to stop the traffic in P n t
let himi r( (inest "'Citi er
wve hoh-ivo a marn witl t look
to pubisih that card h so
to keep his word. Un
Makes Kidneys and lit.(
-.-..a . -m
P. L Seay Insta I ~l
Cro.wel. . So., Ates
good, showr coni f van I
th acoy hat Frlid 00
104th bidge nrthis~
auiwed 1h4 fi .t
Mr. P. iL. Soy~, a st101.'*F (
Ci, ho camfe ~o wibh~iuv ci '
l~eght~jng o i1e~c 113( (~tl8:uve Iin
ted bridg petaoly &ipia 11 ieo
nalnced and fehil hos n51a'~
Ar h"ei I, be wasiil liOdlt!
as~i ae sad seem, lieait the that~i. wr
tredetxi. Iwhen 1 thy C i~ lnews w , c b gt
114 hi ife, wh wai bardin t F, tl>,.ee
~ugtig tt(ruckl5 4h rHoel,
thoyol buOilding1( bota~ monthll ago li
(lty t01 was al now gl~hu ili, just rea y
2bu1)iling-a~t11 school hutsxo and~r rotfor
os A~id1 Soci hallcomined x
Unr Alfan's FnOhiEno.
Tre eaiy. Ifyou Have A ndtlwa d Boget
ivsn and bnof so l
Don't try cheap cough medi.
cines. Get the best Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. What a
record it has, sixty years of
Che(ar r y
Pect or al
cures! Ask your doctor if
he doesn't use it for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung troubles.
"1I havn fo1mil that Aver-s Ciurr Pemtoral
is the 'luic it se tichm I ctio irnpoerie for b"roi
chit is, ititienz. cotiehis. wtriu ha rd coidA."
31. i.('inot AN. 31.).. Ithaca. N. Y.
- Mt ~ ia - - fo r - - w.lI M' .
Correct any tendency to consiupa
tion with vmall dosos of Ayer's I ills.
Pickens. R. F. 0., No. 1.
Prof. Vei nonl is Iteachinsg A siungitg
sch1oo'l at Griffli', He carrie 1 his
cla4.a ti, Cedar Itock Wedisesilav niiglit
a'Id ['ro f J-on Lslie 1raiu ght his
c *lssi fr 1CIC Spiisgs an1d thPv
had t argbir colnventim Pror.
Vernn priledlit. niGrif'l'i Suindaly
and it C.-datr RIHec Stuinday flight.
Mr. Arllitr latrspey will run the
Toyn Crek roller mill -next year.
0. P. Fie!d lsud wife, of Pindor,
visited at J. R. J. Authony's last
Born, unto Mr. and l rs- J. S. Trot
tor, on the 3rd, m1t., a girl.
Mrs. Bill Clayton and Mrs. Epps,
from neir Centrnl, visited M rs. Jennie
Field last wet k. leader.
.J. D. Runyan, of Biuterville, 0., laid
I he poetlitr disapeartceo of his painful
s 11pto)Is. of indigestion and biliousness
to Dr. Kings New Lifo Pills. He .9.ys:
.tYhoy ar: are a perfect r'iody, fo r diz
zu ens, Sour stomaihe)), lit adahole, colstip
a1tion, etc." Guallr.,n1teed it Pinkenls
Drug (o., prion 25c.
Stovs he cough and heallunge
Bros. Teimtnel, Jone-s and Goings,
the two lbitt r of Oreenville, have just
e.se-d a seri(es of meetings iat Camp
(Jrcuk orbutreb. Ihere wore four ac.
V(c8ionbs to the church, two of whom
were haptz(ed last. Sundaiby.
Trhoro is to . bO Children's; Day at
Camp Crok chliurich next Satulrday,
Auig. 12. Iteva. Johntston and Ma~sul.
dini are to bu thse omrar of the day.
Other Sun~dtay 50chools, CspeCcially 8ix
.\ldte, Pru tr's (reek, (Golden 's (Jreek
andti I'!1ensanit. lil!, areo in vited. Ev
I rybody bring55 well filled baskets.
Mr. D). L. Kayi's residenice wte thme
scentit of it family reunion hast. Satur.
ha~sve the best or notin'. list I
t lhe kntows atbout hsow the ( Craso
,look at It-I say I reocon is
- that. ani' that's what's made 'im~
- "Tha t um1st be0 It, uncle.7' A,'~
fell bsetween themi~. The sound5(
(offeeQ miill Ostmel hatrshly in fro
kitchsen, andso thent they heard Mrs
yemr singitng t hymn ats she moved
int thme adjoining diing room.
E~Oltl hI U11CK1LEY did njot
to supe its ilual sin
meal passed a ihrly.r
(o (Sillv the fs~ little group fell Qast
she sooni foundt hierself as moody
others. TIhe mserchansst gulped d<
cup! of hot, black coffee, ate very
ly of what was oni his pliate azul
A1r. Jlefris' (Osruni, M iss llassie
a iv in ar d M W Vida S~heiff' visited
Mr. . ( ( re5tt, M[r. f-tnac Sher-.
, .Mt is, x da She'rifl ands' Misa 'I.larye
asrrectt went . t> ()ld P'ickens the 4th
tundtay in Jly .o ans atll daty tJing.ing.V
omstmsenst. at (isIcaeechee Sunsday. osn
M'tisa l'lla Bo)ggy iand her little
t'phew, (Ilellan Brown, of a lbama,
e visitig t heir brnpaetsi
ntral, Mr. antd Mrs. ,J.IH. Mul.
Mr. ansd Mrs. W. A. IBogts, of
Liabama, aire visiting their lriends
mud relatives in South Carolinta.
We lkbetto call
Sa food because it stands so em
phatically for perfect nutrition, 5
d Anid yet in the matter of restor- d
m ig appetite, of giving new
strength to the tissues, especially t
to the nerves, its action is that
of a medicine.
Send for free sample,
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemniste,
4094t5 P'eart Street, NewYork,
ocantd~t.ooi aln druggist.
We find we
Shoes for this ]i
0111 entire stoc.
and Slippers d
stances less tha
sweep before thi
$5.00 Crossett Oxforas
All otheri lines re
110 and 112 N. MV
Smiiii onis for Relief.
STATE OF $OUTH CAROLINA,
Court of Common Pleas.
Copy Sumon I fll.1t or Relief-CompIlafint
lBroo ks Titmpson and Marshal Thlom p
sonl, as8 admmuistr..tors of the estate of
Th~omkas Thiomipson. deceased, Plain
Glabriel Thlompson, Furman Foster,
James Wiliamis, Anugeline Keith,
Dudley Tialley, Elias TValley, Emily
Clarr, Sissy Ferguson, Pickens Thiomp
son, Ida McCoy, Thomna IBlythe,
Angeline Moore, S.'phronia 'Talley (if
alive, ai~d if dead her heirs at law),
Lizzie TIhompson, Juliat Walker,
Charlotte Dunncan, Ella Bradley, Lii.
ly Bradley, Gabriel Theompsona, jr,
John TIhomp~sone, and1 Brooks TIhomip
son itnd Marshal Thompson, in their
ind.vidual capacity, defendanta.
To the defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quiredl to ,.nawe'r the complaint in this
action, o1 which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and1( to serve a copy of
your answer to the said comnplaint on
the subscribers at their office, Miller
building, Grecnville, S. C.,* within twen
ty days after the service hereof, exola
sive of the (lay of such service; and if
you fail to ansawer the complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this
action wvill apply to the court for the re
lief demranded in the complaint.
SDated July 14th, A. D., 1905.
I EA L ~.A. J. BOGGS,
- O. C. P.
BLYTHE & BLYTIHE,
Plaintiffs At' orneys.
To the absent defendants, Furmau
Foster, Ida Mc~oy, James Williams,
Dudley Talley, Emily Clarr, Tuomas
Blythe and Siphronia 'Talley (if alive,
and if dead her heirs at law):
'Take notice that the summons and
complaint in this actioi wvas filetd in the
offico of thie (Olerk of 'ho Uourt of ('onm
mon Pleas for Pickens county, at Peck
nuC, S. C., oni thi. 5th of .a 'r;t, 1 X35.
BLYT1l H E & BL~YpTiE,
Ply 'ntilk Attorneyvs.
HTATlE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
County of Pickls.1*
IJs the, (Common Pl[ Court in.
in,'a I~a5ingam'e, D~efendant.
I n ursua n ce of .1d ernN! ',Irderi m
Ihe~ abov" F.tatled case'i by Hon. (nco . E.
?riine, date~d June 9, 19015, and ont Ile
n the (.h-i k's oilk-, .1 d i sell to thie
eighest bi der on sne day i-i Septemb Ier,
935, deuring thn legal hlevs for ral.- , ait
?~iekene Court House5., H. C. , tho follow
ng trac' of la'id, to) wit:
All lAat piece, pari'Cel or trenet ofi land
a the Coun ty~ of PoIkens, St',te of .otht
'aroliune, anid containing sixteen (16)1
cres, mocro or less, and adjoiinig lans
I' Nathanial D~unuan, Ann HIedrickcs
ud( othrs, it, being the same land do
nse' iet the said1 Cynlhia Bowen bcy
lie ven Urdine.
TIeimi Ciah-Purohaser to pay for
apers acnd for recoirin'g the a ',me.
Aug. 7, 1905. A. J. 1B0008,
Clerk of Conrt.
bR. J3. I1. BURQESS,
SENECA, - 8. u.
Office over Nimm~ons Store, Doyle
hou -i 9a m, tol1 ,m.---- 2 p. m,Wt
Death of Little Lena Hopkin
On'last Tuesday worning- Aug. 1,
. 4:30 o'cluock the Angel of Death
Luietly came into the home of Mr.
ind Mrs. J. W. Iopkins, of Central,
md gathering the sweet spirit of lit
Je Lena, their infant daughter, it
gently retraced its heavenward flight
and there presented to Jesus this
dear littlo babo which had been
',14-,r4 1,h-1 Oph-pt mont hs. Little
1( list bl 1 , b 11 v, r% il ftil. 111fr ore th n11
-18 In u 41 . ,v-ll bA i-l tI ) rell, 1.s tel
1141th of Centrad, ble-l b- her1 -Iitite
1-ihtler JeS14il, ho pi evt -1- *1 h a to
bI'iy imre iha3n 3 ight w* 3 igo.
Fiieral servies. weore C.dn(3e34 ted yLi
R.-v. 1 .1. .1 h111s'on o'l tihe day fol
A Touelhilg Story
is the # .ving fro-n death (of the baby
girl of Geo. A. E Iler, Cumbierland, Md.
Ho writos: "'At thI t I-o of 11 IIloIns our
littio girl Was i-l d 4imu-. h1 alth with
erOj011 thlint ti4u!)le, a1111h I w I) phyti
viansi gave hier upl. Wo wv. re almost inl
despair wheu we rosolved to try Dr.
Kinig's Now Discovery filr Coesmlp
ion, Coughi an(d Cold. Thie first hoot.
thi gave relieif; ntor taki-g fouir bot tlie
Ble was (111-n1, no-I il now in) porfet.
health." Never fails to relive iu. cure
a cough or onild. At. Pickens Drug Co.;
50c and $1.00 guarntutood. Tria bottle
.A. m T !4: .a...
Bears the - 1ho Kind You Have Always Bought
Bring is your eggs, chickens and
butter. Highest prices paid for
same. H:. A. Richey.
All %tho wantifresh fish next Satur.
day call at tlle old meat market. J.
D, bloore. Fresh beef also.
For Sile --Lot of good milk cows.
Fresh in milk. (. A. Ellis.
-Will pay 60c per husbel in iner
ehandis'. for fresh cleanl dly peach
seed. Craig Br-os. 2t
A heap of little things cieap at J
You Cli got 25 lb. tie for- ono
dollar at J. D. Moore's.
Come a n1d see our nice line of shoes
, T. Fennells & Co
Molasses at ,J. D. loore's 30c to
[0( per gallon - good.
A nice linte of men's and youth
collars at J. T. Fennell & Co's Store
Real good cider at J. D. Moore's.
This is a reminder t hat I am stil
loing business at the 1d StaI( (over
ickens Drug Store) w here I am
dlways glad to serve n'y >l d ts well
s new friends. When ye B want a
luick and easy shavo, or an imp-to-date
sair cutr- givo me a call.
E. T. Hunter The Barber.
Highest prices paid for chick( ns
-ggs and country produce,
J. T. Fennell & Co.
Good aplel vinegar at J. D.
Moore's for 25e per gallon.
The niicent line of lamnps, glassware-c
11d( dCcoriteLd d1ishes to go at csost,
J. T. Fennell & Co.
For otton Weoigher.
.5. 1). Ilobiler is h ereby annou461necti ns~ a ennell1 -
* Ci C tton3 weighe1r for I'i(ckenxi Tos ip j.
to thei uction of the einali1lledl voters at1
TI. Cinn16 .- 32 is hereby annonneert asa
Ie for Cotton we Igher for Pt ekens,
ip, subljCCt t( the ac0tion of1 the voters at
Crane is hereby annilouineetl as a CandlfIl
2ottoni webher for P'icket T65 1ownusip
to th3elatio of the voters ait the aip
tice to Debtors and Creditors.
persons holding Olma against
taie of Charles Anderson, dc
, re re'qulested1 to pr'esenlt the
properly aittested, to T. JT. Mul
ttorney', Pickensa, S. O., for pay
by the 15th any of September,
and3( a:l personis indebted to the
tate are requested to make pay3.
o the same.
-9, 1905. Administrator.
onl Weigher's Electioni
en is hereby given to the qualified
of Pickens, 0. H., Township that
stion will he held Imrsuant to Sec
i57 of Volume 1 ''odo of La wi of
Caroli'.n, 1902, for ai Cotton
er for Pickenw. Said etc :-tioni
a hI3-idl on the third S turdaiy in)
4, the sa 1mn being t he 1Othl day of
..st, 1905. The poils to openI at 10
33. m. and close at. 5 p. mi P. E. Alex
11d101, B. B. Ilooni 3ud J. E. ('ox ore
ppoin3ted' managers of thle sid etration3.
B~y orde~r oif theo TIown C '3Ione of
icke1ns. J1. Mel). BRUCE,
Thle lBoard( of Coniiuy n-iisr
l' ode plciions fort- i- p.oii
j, l' Stoward of thle Poor 1Arm f- t
A year~i 1906 ini their offim atII Pieken'ii]
the 22d (day of Angest.
Ely ordeCr of the Board.
A New ScieniIc Discovery
BLOOD and NtRVIS.
It purifies the blood(1 by elimnating th< ~
iste matter and3( other impilurities n1od1 by '
stroyig the germs or mricrob~es thati
fest the blood(. It builds upj the blood I
r rconstructing anid mu'tiplying the red
irpuscles, making the blood richt and reai.
esCtores aund stimidlates tihe nerFves,
main33 a full free flow of nerve force
roughout the entiro nerv-e system. It
2eedl fy cures unstrung nlerv'e3, nervous
ess, niervouus prostraitioni, and all other
Iseases of the nervons Syslteml
RYD~ALFS TONIC is sold uitder a posi
Trial sire 8e cents. t'amily sire $I.00
1ho RdIcal! Remedy Company,
HIOKORY. N. 0. -
o0r Sale by Picen Drug. Co
have entirely too many low cut
Ite season, and have gone through
k and marked all low cut Shoes
own to COST, and in some in
n cost, in order to make a clean
.e season is too fair advanced.
LoW CHII SlieRdnei
, 11w $3.50
t Oxfords. now $3.25
$3.50 Crossett Oxfords, now $2.75
$3.00 Crossett Oxfords, now $2.37
duce(1 to cost and les. Tiese prices
d good for ten days only.
-HEN 8ON CO
ain S t -
-n hand a nico line of
i WA AM and ELGIN
that I am )e8li1 - ry low pric. Also some other e
grade wvatches Ibargain. Jewelry, wvatches and
repaired, and .30 all work that I <deliver.
II. SNIDEP - - Easle
Notice the .isurance Fea1: h
off vLiberty Bank
Burglar 1in. Cashier Under la
Fire Insure e Depositors' In~
If a burglar bl , and fire destroys the building, an - ier
skips out with whan. -notice the result:
Co. i p urlar In h replaccs what the burglar got; the I.c
to.p fok r t o u . Ixturi s: the Bond Co. replaces whl ie
toosumte buieaoat e Fund p13 a the depcsitors--and th . ild
Your deprsit I the Liberty Ban..k and it coats you - A
word to the wise Rtapectfully,
SI[H. C. SIR~LEY,
WOMEN WHO SUFIe
For Permanent Relief
NR~~~t ctsdireo~ on the Liver. It will cure CONSTIPA
, r4~TPE IA ARUIA AND CHILLS. Is entirely free
fvrtall nolsonous mineral substances, and is composed sololy of , 4
LV4NG IJRRBS. Espesially adapted for weak and weary
donatitutkin5; streaigthens the weakened glands and organs; it checks
all derangements of the human body.
CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
Mrs. Josie Cameron, Centralia Avenue, Tenipl,
Texas, writes: ''I find H ER BINE gives me qu c
relief, and tak leasure inl recommending it to all
women who suffr iroma sick headache."
WITHiN THE REACH OF ALL
Fifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitutee
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
:St. Louis, U. S. A.
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