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SYRUP OF FIGS FOR
A CHILO'S BOVEL
It is cruel to force nauseating
harsh physic into a
sick child. .
Look back at your childhood days
Remember the dose" mother insiste<
on-castor oil. calomel, catharties
CHow you hated them. how you foughi
- against taking them.
With our children it's difterent
Mothers who cling to the old form oi
ysic imiply don't realize what they
0. The children's revolt is well-found
ed. Their tender little "insides" are
injured by then.
If your childs stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing. givo only deli
clous "Califorttia Syrup o' Figs." Its
action Is positivo. but getitle. .\illions
of muothlers kee~p thi~s hartuless *fruit
laxative'' handy . they know children
love to take It thait it never fails to
clean tho liver and bowels and sweet
en the atomach. and that a teaspoonful
given today saves a sick child tomor
Ask at the store for a 5)-cent bott!o
of "California Syrup of Figs." which
has full directions for babies. children
of all ages and 'or grown-ups plaiuly
on each bottle . Aiv.
17-YEAR LOCUST AGAIN DUE
Coming of Periodicat Cicada Is Pre,
dicted in Pennsylvania by Col.
T h t "li 1. 1: h ' i s .h 1i
to t. "11. ll 11; tlb- . . .r. utn uhl r.
of rltoieolit)s irt -.-n.int Oi II t.
lege. The Knw wt ia w
"boo e Goodfth edicine
wna" nithtbnt~ :'ivere herte-s
"This i pt o ne of th h-est iMil
broods to u r in ti. . li i it tt l -
says. "Wih- loonst, ar1- 1usual0. -I
Imuportane- inainly beenuseof 4,1 hll. in
ilar Interest arost -4. it i., 111 t.. p -1
sIble that hncs-rb dattit :nb
Caused in tha st p;0r w e t! i:
secs tippear in nv! ':, tlahtin :Ind ''
Phihatielphin Norb.\! ri;
Drugists Know a
We have h1--tn --e-lung Dr. K .mner
Swaip-R t for abut twrlve veAr- atI
o1r atro:il .rns FeeI t" Ibe ae i i u t aVA
with the thn .;e reItv-i t fro .- i1
invariably spoak:ng %erv high'. % t
preparation. We kno~w m*here it h11, ,ur.
stone in the.
in our ow n t , h b
sultS. We Swnpeooheve thal :wo
Root i a preparitin lfre medn
ValueI for w A :. it a omnwnie I tI J
(Signe l Yours truly,
Aug. 1.h2,~eia N
Psornlily appene h!t b for me t
aton eingu t.t19h9 d 11 y Ken h
is nhedthe R -itenen:. ani mi
oath thit the t.eA r- true tt ll
and k in fact.
his ~ hu. s~l . H.~i t.\\M
hur It :ittt he :i' Noitairy Iile
Pro'ave' Wht~ Swap. -ot ll hDo For nY
rttSed tnont t'n hiDri. K i U
inghtit n. t . t Yalt ,h fx atmple a.e b
zte~. ntil chnme anyc tone Y ui w
mtion telin btte khisriht-- anel hV
Genly iebtles or aler a
sluggis bowls while
ick wheache, blinfous nes diz
ores coate onufl aine nd :.
brh-alrwas traete to to<;rn
uhmoisnu atdte cged Ihe
etves nthead of brein tha t mi
ohe systmk. TheDaishoraetaint th]
blood tohev this poisp. reache t
deicates brtaindm tisen cause ccm
geon ad hat duhll throsbbain, si
mnd e.Adchi. uk o.llss
wasaloet prmmedaed clens it
somachat ree te hsorgt undeu
fod afrd fo ases, taem.exc
Gently c nstie waste matter ai
poiggnsI h bowelswil
straihten you utbyeoeip. Th
workGe whil-en ox.le- 1-etb
fromyou hedugithea unss ouiz
cl.ear, sotdtoa gusee ott and r i
ander boelsayedl fr months. fodt
bowes or Isour tooassy toa.
Poiteastnusg mateucoed. nth
Mary Roberts Rinehart
ICOpOy L, by McCluro Publication,j, Inc.)
Dr. Max Wilson pays a
heavy penalty for his faitp
lessness to Sidney. Car
lotta Harrison's influence
once again shows its char
acter. Sidney is deeply in
volved-and the whole hard
truth about K. LeMoyne
When Joe suddenly anIounced his
itiliation to go out into the country
after all. 1.4. Moyne tuspeted a1 rmi- to
get rid of hiin, at n(d I Ist-i ed on going
along. Joe consentedii grutd-ginagly.
"Car's at hailey's garagv.- he said
sullenly. "I don't know when I'll get
"Thatt waot't matter." K.'s tone vas
cheerful. "I'i not sleeping. anyhow."
Tiat passed uuntilti tatl they
vere on the highroad. vith the car
runniuin tig sloot hly betwetn yellowing
lields of wheat. Then:
"so .youve got It too !" lie said.
"We're a fine pair of fools. We'd both
Ie better off if I sent the car over at
lie gave the wheel a reckless twist,
And Le Moyne called himii to time
They had supper at the White
-prings hotel-not on the terrace, but
it the little room where Carlotta and
XVIson had taken their tirst meal to
:ether. Joe sublnitted with bad grace,
ut the meal cheered and Steadied
im. K. found him more amenable to
ason, and. gailling his confidence.
:arnaed of his desire to leave the city.
"-'in stuck he he said. "n'm the
:31y one, and mnother yells hitie mur
er when I talk ibot it. I vant to go
Cuba. My uticle owns a farm down
"l'etraaps I can talk your mother
r. I've beet there."
Joe as all interest,. His dil:,ted pu
's I :111itur normal. his restlesS
.itds grew qul3iet. K.'.s evell vl ice, tlt
etur Ilk dre" of lift on th- island,
!e . tiliI ess of tlt, Ii:tle hotlt- in lt
i. biweetk dullinesS. Steltcl 'o quiet tht
h ''s tortul wrt' v s. lie was naiti ret
It.-e than 11 he had ier a for tany
l-ay.. Ih he sintked invesa' nt!y. light
:11Z tone cigartlte 1,1r111n )nthelkr.
At ten o'clock lit' left K. and went
.r the- ear, lie p'aaused for* a momenlt-,
hr 'lit-I-ihly, by N.'s tcha.
in fttling a lttt better." he said. "Il
t .av't gtt the. batil artund tauy hema.
u t tailk to. tuothear."
ThatI wiii as the hast K. sa1w of Jot
a -_un__dunilthex_ dy
Cartt i hail w.t the hpour for eet
h:tI tigure.. '-iota atil yountg. with;
b l ier o.ie th:Nt wais tnly hal
th "It's very hite." he comapilnet
>. Lurdy you are noit going to he hae
li "I hanve special permissIon to be ou'
lilt "Good Andt then, recollec'ting thel
-as :ew situnation: "We' havte a lot to tal
,At the. Whillte Spr-Ings hotel the
stopped to till the ga solint' t ank of t h
-s ea'. Joe Ilrtummtondi saw Wilson t here
in t hat shetet-*iron ga ra ge a longsidle C
the road. Thet Wilson~ car was In th
P h4adow. It dlidi not otccur to Joe thta
the whiite tigture in thet .'ar wtas nc
SIdney. it' wvent rat her wvhitt, ian
tpedout of thle zonel 0f light. -I'Th
itnfluetntce of Lt' Moytne was still o
*idita" however. and he went ttn q -et
with whtat he wvas doin1g. Ilutt hais handt
shook ais he filled the rlad iattor. 11
had been ant ass ; Le Mtoynte wats righ
I ie'td get aiway--to Cuyha if he could
and start over aigain. ie wtttld forg.
Ei- thle Street atnd let It forget him.
ui The mnetn in the garagte were- talkini
Id "To Schwit ter's, of cour-se," one c
1e htem grumbled't.
"Thatn was WVilson,. the sutrgeon I
n- town. lit utsed( to c'onmt here. No'
ut lhe goes on to Schlwitter's. Pretty gh:
10 he had with hIm."'
18 So Mtax Willson was taking Sidneyi
n' Schwitter's, tmakitng hecr the tatt c
k- garage talk ! The smuiles of the mec
wecre evil. Joe's hands grew co1(ldhi
18 had hoet. A redl mIst spread betwee
td him andi the llae of electric lights. H
Is knewv Schlwitterts, and lhe knew-a WIl
11 son. Wihen K., growing unealsy, camtf
3d outt Into the yard, lhe was in time
s-ee Joe run his car into tile road an
y tarn it vIciously towalrd Schwitter's.
y Carlott a's nearness was having It
ix calculated effect on Max Wilsoni. Hi
d spirIts rose as tihe engine, markin
ar perfect time, carried thlem along th
r. quiet roads.
Partly it was reaction-reieif tha
4- she should be so reasonable, so comr
npisantt-and a sort of holidaty spi
after the day's hard work. Oddly
eno1h, and not so Irratiolnll as milly
apt)penr, Sidney formed i part of the
evening's happiness-thalt she loved
him ; -that, back in the leetnre room,
"yOe Mnd even mind on the lecturer,
her heart was with hulim.
So, with Sidney the basis of his hap
Piniess5, he made the most of his eye
ning's freedom. Ie sang i little in
his Clear tenor-even, once when they
hand slowed down at i crossing, beLit
over audaciously and kissed Carlotta's
hand in the full glare of a1 passing
"How reckless of you!"
"I like to be reckless." he replied.
Ills boyishness annoyed Carlotta.
She did not want the situation to get
it of hand. Moreover, what was so
real for ier was only too plainly a
lark for him. She began to doubt her
The hopelessness of her situation
was dawning on her. Even when the
touch of her beside him and the soli
tude of the country roads got in his
blood, and he hent toward hier, she
found no encouragement in his words:
"I am mad about you tonight."
She took her courage in her hands:
"Thei why give me up for someone
"Why is it dit'erent? I am1 a Vomtt
an. 1-I love you. Alx. No one else
will ever care as I do."
"Yu11 are in love vith the Lambi '!"
"That was a t rick. I am sorry.
'\ax. I don't care for anyone else in
the world. If you let me go I'll w\-ant
Thein, as he was silent:
"If you'll marry me, I'll be true to
you all my life. I swear it. There
will be nolbody else. ever."
The sense. if not the words, of what
he hi4l sworn to Sidney that Sunday
lifterioon under the trees, on this very
rad ! Swift shame overtook him, that
he should be here, that he had allowed
Carlotta to remain in ignorance of how
things really stood between them.
"I'm sorry, Carlotta. It's impossible.
Im engagedl to marry someone else."
"Sidney I'age?"-almost a whisper.
le was ashamed at the way she
look the news. If she had stormed or
we'pt. he would have known what to
I-. lut she sat still, not speaking.
"Youv must have expected it, souer
Still sht made no reply. Ile thought
she might faint, and looked at her
anxiously. H1er proflle, indistinct be
side him, looked white andl drawn. But
Carlotta was not fainting. She was
inaking a1 desperate plan. If their es
(ulpade became known, it would end
t1:ngs betwe'tn Sidney and him. She
was sure of that. She ineeded time to
thiik it out. It must become known
without any appare'it move on her
part. If. for instance. she beenme ill,
and was away frot the hospital all
night. that might answer. Th thinp
woubld ht- invest igated, and who knew
The car ,ittied in at Schwitter%
road and drew1 up befoire the house
The ntaow porchi was tilled witl small
tables. ave whiCi1h hung rows of Ole'.
tric li;:lts inv. lost.edI in l:aanese pape
l:iatris. Midwt k, Which 11:1(1 ft
lte White Spring-. hotel a11lmost doesert.
el, saw Sicwitters' era 4wdeid o 1 tal's se1
ou1t inder the treeas'. Seeing thgle arowd
WViltsn dr ( tove di Irc tly to) the''i yrd aint
x:irkeda' his maochinte.
"Nai nteed oft runnling ant:: risk."' ht
a','a inetd toi tha' stitt th.:urme hae''.la'e hm
We ear w 7:!aad aeath
"Not' a.kae o?
. hadnimos intxicatdn', earti
" Ath Mead Aofte Yous Ton sghoo
i otY hisat and precadd tan. arount
tirthe uildin. wy rosmth en to ih
fesm an I ent down ike stne
SlTheret' wad a modtert e eiedmen
"No Teisitor atSchittrsweet
muhe engrosed with. themselte to st
t ouc pitretedlt . Se lpened hrt eye
tamist ason n s they walk-towrsa
i At thetrear hf wis shre elogc
know that Wilson would detect her
nalingering very quickly-and begged
to be taken into the house.
"I feel very ill," she said, and herl
white face bore ner out.
Schwitter and Wilson carried her
in and up the stairs to one of the
rooms. The little inan was twittering'
with anxiety. IIe had a horror of
knockout drops and the police. They
laid her on the bed, her hat beside
her; and Wilson, stripping down the
long sleeve of her glove, felt her pulse.
"There's a doctor In the next town,"
said Schwitter. "I sent for him a
while ago-my wife's not very well."
"I'm a doctor."
"Is it anything sdrious?"
He closed the door behind the re
lieved figure of the landlord, and, go
Ing back to Carlotta, stood looking
down at her.
"What did you mean by doing that?
You were no more faint than I am."
She closed her eyes.
"I don't remember. Everything went
hlack. The lanterns--"
Ile crossed the room deliberately
and went out, closing the door behind
hfin. Ile saw ait once where hie stood
in what danger. If she insisted that
she was ill and unable to go back,
there wouli be a fuss. The story
would cotne out. lverything would be
;:ne. Sc'hwitter's, of all places!
At the foot of the stairs, Schwitter
pulled himself together. After all, the
girl was only ill. There was nothing
for the police. lie looked at his watch.
The doctor ought to be there by this
Another car. Perhaps it was the
doctor. A young man edged his way
into the hall and confronted him.
"Two people just arrived here. A
tuan and a woman-in white. Where
"Upstairs-first bedroom to the
Joe went up the staircase. At the
top. on the landing. he confronted Wil
son. Ile fired at him without a word
saw hiin fling up his arms and fall
back, striking first the wall, then the
The buzz of conversation on the
porch suddenly ceased. Joe put his
revolver in his pocket and went qui
etly down the stairs. The crowd part
ed to let hit through.
Carlotta. crouched in her room, is
tenling, not daring to open the door.
I heard the sound of a car as it swung
out into the road.
It was the Lamnh who received the
tuessage about Wison ; and because
lie was not very keen at the best, and
because the news was so startling, he
refused to credit his ears.
"Who is this at the 'phone?"
"Le Moyne's my name. Get Dr. Ed
Wilson at once. Doctor Wilson, th
surgeon. has heen s'hot," Came slowiy
and distinctly. "Get the staff here and
have a roon ready. 0et the operating
The I.aiah wakened then, and rouset
the hotuse. lie was incoherent, rather
that Ihoctor Ed only learned the
truth whteni hieI got to the hospital.
Whlo hs been shot ? I thought yoi
Tie L.ath turned hale at that, ant
''l'n sotrry-I thoutrzht you un ider'
st 'oil. I beiettve It' noLi t-nott serious
IIt's D ctorii 31ax, sit'.''
I totor Ed.-vlt, wh os hetavy' anid no
very young,. st d'ownt 'on utolice ehitai
t't of shier' habhit lie hnad hroughtt ti
bagit. 11t' Put it dotwni 'n thi.? t il it'h
sidet hin and01( 115 init'ened his Ilis.
'Is he livintg?"
"O)h. yes. sir. I gat hered t hat 3Mt
'Thie L~a nh ,-toi'd by thie door, nu11
ID'o'tor FEd sat an uni aitedi. '[The oile
clck sitd half a ft th Ilree. The ha
with thte tug t'lhar' ini it was ott tht
thitir. I110 tought iif inany things. hum
ntostly of thet pirttaise Itt 1had( nade' hi
mitot her. Ciltd hetatds of sweat stoo
toutt his forehead.
"'I thinik I hear themu now, sir,." sal
the La tiuh. andtt sIitlo bacitk respeet full
Ca rloit ta st ayed ini the roitn duin
lie conslt.Itat ion. No oneo setetntdtI
wond(er why she was thetre, or to pa2
sri'kett. They iivetd hack to tak
'ariloitta "alt ed. It 'r hand over hit
miothi to keep hers~elf fr'omi screa'tminti
Surely they wouhln't Itet hiu dIlt lik
Stat ! W'hen't site saiw thle Ithalian
brea'tk it Pandtt 'eaiizedl they wvould m,
''ti t. shte rani tii' fite roomt.
T het ii2lhItt5s itnt senlt et'ifee dow
l1i stayei d int his br'othLer's r'oo, tin
that hte'd tried to dio his betst by .Aha:
K. Un i 'or lit the' iliji'edlt it it
taken it for grated tt K. wits
bt plnted his htypodlertmietiase tat htis dli
WI~~ hetn he miisst'd him t-itt ft smioi
it inig roomi thtat wtas-he. taskted for hitt
wiith uts.'' hte said. "('lev er fellotw. Lik
kto tnow his namite.
tI l' stnfl' tidl ntoh know,~
0 K'. sat atlonet ott a bh't't it thet hid
, lIt' wvondeed who wiouh t'll Sidney~
le hoped thIey woiuldl hte verty geti
ii amid letvet hter to wthat slht muaht hitv
last he asked 1C. to mind the door un
til he got sone coftee.
"One of the stalts been hurt," fie
explained. "If I don't get sone cof
fee now, I won't get any."
K. Pronised to watch the door.
A desperate thing had occurred to
Carlotta. Somnehow, she had not
thought ot it before. Now she won
dered how she could have fulled to
think of iv. She went to the staff and
confronted theni. They were tnen of
courage, only declining to undertake
what they considered hopeless work.
The one inan among them who night
have done the thing with any chance
of success lay stricken. Not one
among them but would have given of
his best-only his best was not good
"It would be the Edwardes opera
tion, wouldn't it?" demanded Carlotta.
The staff was bewildered. There
were no rules to cover such conduct
He Fired at Him Without a Word.
on the part of a nurse. One of themn
replied rather heavily: "If any, it
I would be the Edwardes operation."
"Would Doctor Edlwardes himself
he able to (1 aniything?"
This was going a little far.
"Possibly. One chance in a thou.
sand, perhaps. But Edwardes is doad.
Ilow did this thing happen, Miss liar
She ignored his question. H1er face
was ghastly, save for the trace of
rouge: her eyes were red-ritmmed.
"Doctor Edwardes is sitting on a
hen-Ih in the hal outside !" she an
Her vo'ice rang out. K. heard her
Ml (1nd raised his head. 1-is attitude was
weary, resignil. The thing had cojm,
ti1'ni Ile was to taie tip the old bur
dtll. The girl had toil.
** * * * * *
Docior El had sent for Sidney, She
thought it was another operation, anud
her spirit was just a little weary. But
Ih'r cou'nrage was inulotuitalh!. She
forcel het shoes oi lher tire fIet, and
h ath led her face in coh ~lwa:ter tci rouse
T1he niight wvatchman w~ts in the hail.
lie was fond of sitdney ;she alway<
stnileid at hiitu; anti. on hi-. :nor ning~
rundiis at six' o''lock to waken~': the.
- o slit f'u tii hi:ni in r in- ha!. hdobing
a1 cup tof t-iiid vot~f.'., Il.' w'; .>1 atr!
bletary, utunimista:kah'.y d'ty .
"Ge~It i dow.'
So hetinlishui i:. n't '. ithint anxi.~
ety. that she miihr ii' need'it. 10t0
eIhtbly's aitt;ention- we're' fori f.'w, and
St rantgely, huer trst though..'.t was oft
"TI'insr,- has been anm aecitdent. Doe
. atin't ninchl, lbut I guess yu'di lke to
I' "Where is he?"
"1 ioulstirs, ini sevt'Ieeni."
Xii she wen'tt ileiwn alone to th.'
i'rootii wvhire lier l':d sat in a c'hair,
'ii h his utidytl hag be'sidle hitni 'in thle
Ie ther, andu his e'yis llixedt 'on a .t raitu
Se'y, lie geot liou jinut his armsi arouui
hie'r. I11 useyis toild hetr the truth lit
t' t're lit teihl her anth intg. Slie hardlv
il list enied teo whact hte sal. iTh.' tari
-* wa:s aill thaimt e',ni'tteee herm---fo'r smid
Ieetily Xhiniey's siltali wiorbile. wlih h i;p
a :lwayis selhittely revved-' ini 'ne dir>.
-. 'ii T heioor een''d. mtil thle .'til e:r* o.
- in. Itht wVithee'for' lhey h:ii movel
h eamviiy. withI drlpedle hie:is. ntOw thitv
ttenm quickly. as ment withl a~ iurpitO.
1like clhii attde thtey htastenrie r to
h is will. Thie hetaviness of inaltivity
lif ted. Tihte roiomi hted e'. The. a rt
stood by. w hilt' the~ staff' di tursea
b lrouught~ thie'news toihine. The ne
ac(t ivity haduit t il D)octoer l-:d, 1ant
slit was ailone neew, he'r fae hturied
against the liaick of' a chamir.
"There'll he soe't'thing tioing~ ii
"hiat mite' they gointg to 'I'?'
"G(oing atfte'r the hltlet. l) y.,
kilow who'es gz''hig to die it ?''
Ills vouie reheed I tt' sneudul t'
- ' eitm n orec the'tcit r n- . .-i.I .'~~L uu
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Fulton, N. Y. - "Why will women
pay out their money for treatment and
receive no benefit,
when so many have
ved that Lydia
Rf.Pinkham 's Vege
will make them
well? For over a
year I suffered so
from female weak.
ness I could hardly
stand and was
afraid to go on the
street alone. Doc
tors said medicines
were useless and only an operation
would help me, but Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has proved it
otherwise. I am now perfectly well
and can do any kind of work."-Mrs.
NELLIE PHELPS, care of R. A. Rider,
R.F.D. No. 6, Fultoa, N. Y.
We wish every woman who suffers
from female troubles, nervousness,
backache or the blues could see the let
ters written by women made well by Ly
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If you have bad symptoms and do not
understand the cause, write to the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
Mass., for helpful advice given free.
Was Sick All Right.
".Jock liloggs." saild the mainager, se
vrely, "yopi got tf your work yester
day afternoon with th excuse that
y.ou were ill. I saw you going to the
riaces, und you did not ilapenti to be
badl at till."
.lock wa s fully equal to the- orcit
"You ought to liive seen ie iafter
the second ritce." Ite sal.
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With the Fingers!
Says Corns Lift Out
Without Any Pain
Sure corns. hard corns, soft corns or
any kind of a corft can shortly be
lifted right out with the fingers if you
will apply on the corn a fow drops of
freezone, says a Cincinnati authority.
At hittie cost one can get a small bot
tle of freezone at any drug store, which
will positively rid one's feet of every
corn or callus without pain or sore
ness or the danger of infection.
This new drug is an ether compound.
and dries the moment it Is applied and
does not inflame or veln irritate the
surrounding skin. Just think You
can lift oft your corns and calluses
dow without a lit of pIin or soreness.
If your druggist hasn't freezone lie can
easily get a sonll hottle for you from
his wholesa le drug house.-adv.
Not If He's on Time.
"''o't yiou lis the n oise' and' bustle
of'h i t . i o'lity u lve i h
'-Not if I tni' diny 1I ill toI' town.",
A single application of Roman Eye Bal
Sin upon110 going to bed will prove its mrer
it by mlorning. Elfective for Inflammxa
tions of tihe Eyes, external and internal.
Only One "nRI~OMO QUININE"
iiI Q IN '. I r s is't. o o H. A
Goova "Cure a col.) in 0uno J).r 'ne.
Wh'len a mina als inuch'l about huim-.
LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE
CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC
LAx-FOS is not a secret or Patent Medi
cine but is composedl of the following oid.
fashioned roots and herbs:
BLUE FLAG ROOT
MAY APPLE ROOT
In LAx-Fos the CASCARA is improved by
the add~ition of these dige'stiv'e ingredlients
inakmog it better thain ordinary CAscARA,
- and thus the combination acts not only as ay
stimulating laxative and cathartic but also
as a digestive and liver tonic. Syrup laxa
tiv'es are weak, but LAx-Fos combines
strength with palatabln, aromatic taste and
doelt not gripe or disturb the stomach. One
bottle will prove LAx-FOR is invaluable for
Constipation, Indigestion or Torpid Liver.
osit AT TUE JOiNTS FROM Tl~ NGisiU
R HE UM ATISM
Lumbago or Gout ?
anoie hbe po aon ftow th elalom.se
At All U)rugglsts
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