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CALOMEL WHEN BII
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tc
and- Bowel Cleansing You Ei
Stop using calomell It makes yol
sick. Don't lose a day's work. If yol
01 lazy, sluggish, bilious or constl
ated, listen to me!
Calomel is mercury or quicksilve
blch causes necrobis of the bonem
alomel, when it comes into contac
Ith sour bile, crashes Into it, breakinj
up. This Is when you feel that aw
I nausea and cramping. If you fee
all knocked out," if your liver is tor
Id and bowels constipated or yol
ave headache, dizziness, coate
ongue. if breath is bad or stomact
sour just try a spoonful of harmlesi
Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to an3
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a
Thousands of Men an<
Trouble and N
Nature warns you when the track 0o
lth is not clear. Kidney and bladde
bles cause many annoying symptomi
d great inconvenience both day ani
Unhealthy kidneys may cause lumbago
0., heumatism, catarrh of the bladder, pair
or dull ache in the back, joints or mus
eles, at times have headache or indiges
A tion, as time passes you may have a sal
low complexion, puffy or dark circlei
under the eyes, sometimes feel as thougl
you had heart trouble, may have plenti
of ambition but no strength, get weal
and lose flesh.
If such conditions exe permitted t<
continue, serious -esults may be expect
ed; Kidney Trouble in its very worei
form may steal upon you.
Prevalency of Kidney Disease.
Most people d6 not realize the alarm
SPECIAL NOTE-You may obtain a vi
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
to prove the remarkable merit of this m,
valuable information, containing many ol
from men and women who say they foum
in kidney, liver and bladder troubles. T
well known that our readers are advised t
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When
Portable Medicine Chest.
Tile eairtridge bet mnedicinle chest Is
for use In ipence as well as in war. but
It Is especially intended for hunters.
prospectors IIid such ipersons who
have lieed for reimieil es, but vlo (1111
not be burdened with chests and sla
lair bulky pairpliernallat. It lins been
devised by Dr. Otto Sommer of Xeat
lIe, Vaish. Tle belt IS aInde of n.
vias or ieaitleir. aIs desired, aiIl It lias
nu111)1me oIs cli i irents for vlials ennt
taiiing Imedie'lie, j*ust as at eartridge
belt aiad swallows It. If relief does
a1 plerSon wenarinIIg the helt wishes 1I
taike a shot at somue internal disorder
he plueks aI meielndiiI pellet from the
belt and swallows it. It' relief does
not follow he plucks antother of a dif
ferenut kinid uait il his mnedicin:al amuaia-a
nitlon is depleted. At t his poinit he
lonis ainot her huelt fully13 loaded and re
heais th)e opeatIon. The inventor
says thle belt is useful oan long wailks,
t rIps ti ( on horsehanek expaedit Ions.
Covers for Plants.
Folding covers, easily lput into use,
have been I nveuited for pr'otect ig
plants from i'oldl.
Pulling up jpigeomnholes concl(ealeid in
its top (conv~ertis an new Ilibrariy tale
Into a witIng de.sk.
Sore Eyes, Blood-Shot Eyes, Watery Eyes,
Sticky Eyes, all healed promiptiy with night
ly applicatIons of Romn Eye ijalsam. Adv.
Wn'il paper. thati is iimd~e fromi rubber
hams been iveaitedl by an langllihman,
LAX-F08 IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE
CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC
LAX-FOB is not a secret or Patent Medi
cine but is composed of the following old
fashioned roots and herbs:
BLUE FLAG ROOT
MAY APPLE ROOT
In LAx-Fos the CASCARA is Improved bi
the addition of these digestive ingredient
mlaking it better than ordinary CAscaRa
and thus the combination acts not only as
stimulatig laxative and cathartic but als<
as a digestive and liver tonic. Syrup laxa
tives are weak, but LAX-FOB combine
strength with palatable, aromatic taste an<
does not gripe or disturb the stomach. On
bottle will prove LAx-FOs is invaluablo fo
Constipation, Indigestion or Torpid Live:
Mesy back without qa.estion
if H UNT'S CURE lulls in thie
treatment of ITOH, ECZECMA
RINGWORUTETTER or other
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60 t druggleta, or 'tireet from
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We also do hig.,est class of flnishin~
Prices and (Catalogue upoan request
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"ROUSH on RATS'U".:~aMNaia
.IOUS? NO! STOP!
E DYNAMITE ON LIVER
ne" Will Give You the Best Liver
Per Had--Doesn't Make You Sick!
I spoonful and if it doesn't straighten
a you right up and make you feel fine
and vigorous I want you to go back to
the store and get your money. Dod
r son's Liver Tone is destroying the
. sale of caiomql because. It is real liver
t medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
; it cannot salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
I Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
fly feeling fine for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like its pleasant taste.
I Women Have Kidney
ever Suspect It.
ing increase and remarkable prevaleney
of kidney disease. While kidney dis
orders are among the most common dis
eases that prevail, they are almost the
last recognized by patients, who usually
content themselves with doctoring the
efects, while the original disease may
constantly undermine the system.
If you feel that your kidneys are the
cause of your sickness or run down con
lition, try taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the famous kidney, liver and blad
der remedy, because as soon as your kid
neys improve, they will help the other
organs to health.
If you are alread. convinced that
Swamp-Root is what you need, you can
purchase the regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles at all drug stores.
Don't make any mistake but remember
the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.,
and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., which
you will find on every bottle.
mple size bottle of Swamp-Root by enclosing
ton. N. Y. This gives you the opportunity
,dicine. They will also send you a book of
the thousands of grateful letters received
I Swamp-Root to be just the remedy needed
he value and success of Swamp-Root are so
) send for a sample size bottle. Address Dr.
writing be sure and mention this paper.
Harvard Students Economize.
A deeline III IIth minor vlees hat Ib
set ollege itun c is h alienteel lit 1111i-va rd
by th Iite n Iinlures given by II'
IaltrvarS-d 1 Unoion. III le Joist year 11t
vard sntidlnts alve smoked fewer 4l gi
rett antd vigar's and ha ve pinyed bI'l
liirds nd pool es50 h-sa than ity did a
year1 ago. I'ere was at loss of nhl out
21) per ent in the sale' of (igarette-s
1uti vlgiarts. ira-vard stuidenits spen t
$3.042 for tohnI(tero In 1115 anl only
l $2,537 it 11116. Criously enough, the
I-eading habits of linrvard mI1en
slumped last yeai. In 1915 $1.325 was
s 2ent for rending mntter; in 1914,
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Surprise for You.
Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluf
fy, abundant a..d appears as soft, lug
trous and beautiful as a young girl's
after a "banderine hair cleanse." Just
try this-moisten a cloth with a little
I*tnderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. This will cleanse
the hiatr of dust, dirt and excessive oil
and in just a few moments you have
doubled the beauty of your hair.
Besides beautifying the hair at once,
Danderino dissolves every particle of
dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invig
orates the scalp, forever stopping itch.
ing and falling hair.
But what will please you most will
be after a few weeks' use when you
will actually see new hair-fine and
downy at first--yes-but really new
. hair-growing all over the scalp. If
. you care for pretty, soft hair and lots
of it, surely get a 25 cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderino from any store
and just try it. Adv.
Good for the Nerves.
Tot obsvinte the noIse oSf pniemnattic
riveting mnehc-ines, one hais been in
ventedtht squee~(ze's rIvets into pine
with a pressuire of a ton.
Dr. Pi'eree's Favorite Prescription makes
,weak women strong, sick womuen w-eli. no
alcohol. iSold in tablet s or liquid.-Adv.
- Sucess at Last.
"htrrnh ! llurrnhl ! live dollars for
my Ilatest story, 'A Modern Husband.'"
"Congratulations, young man. From
whlom id 1( you get the money?"
What Dr. R. D). Patterson, of Lib
erty, N. (., says:
ABOUT MOTHER'S JOY SALVE.
Mfy boy hnd lhntumtontin, his templer-t
ture was 10-i. Iind tried othler satlvesn,
dlidn't, have any e'lfe'et. Uised Jttr of
cfhesi Joy Xslveon ti htroat and
chtuesi one hiour's tilne his temrper-a
tur wa no-n-- - .
IIt is the itsiton ofthe 1zvermtttt
of Uruguay Io increase the matnufac
te of nltaittl prut's it the Insti.
AFTER BIG REVOLT;
SON ON THRONE
Russian Duma In Control of
Great Empire-500 Per
GRAND DUKE MADE REGENT
Simultaneous Uprisings in Petrograd
-and Moscow-Empress Placed Un.
der Guard - Emperor Heeds
Demand to Quit-Soldiers
Join Revolutionists and
Two Statesmen Are
PetrogrdIl, Itrch 10.-Cza r Nicholas
of Itussin has alidiented and the Grand
Duke Michael Alexandrovitch, hils
youniger- brother, has beent nallied as
regent of tle elipire.
Nothing ofileinl regarding the dynas
ty's future ias been given1 out, but it is
u1nders.tood the Grand Duke Alexis,
heir apparent, is to be recognized for
mally wh-Ien conditions hecome settled.
Corrupt Ministry Ousted.
The liussian ministry, liatrged with
corruption and liticmetene, has been
swept oit of oflice.
One minister, Alexander Protopopoff,
head of the interior department, is re
ported to have b1een-i killed. and the
ot her rin iusters, as well Its the piesl
dent (of the i niperi al'coniiell, are nll
A new national ainet is tinnounced,
with Prince Lvoff its president of the
colnel and preiler. and tle other of
fiees held by Ihe men who tire close
to tihie Itissiani people.
No Peace Movement.
'I'le duii joined hands in tle revolt
which niied at Ile reacttionary con
duct of the war and the ineffeetive dis
tribution of food. Its success menns
a ilore tigressive part in tie wia1. and
is said to put aln end to German hopes
for a separate pence wvith IRussin.0
Tihe Britis and French i ambassaidors
here already have established oill
business reintions with) thiie new cabil
not and vith the executive committee
iimed by he duina. It was this coin
mittee that forced the ezar's abdicn
Czar on Way From Front.
London, Mtireb 19.--A Reuter dis
patch from Petrogrnd says that the
eiperor Is expected to arrive at the
Tarskoe-Selo ptitce and that severatl
reglments with artillery are hastiiing
to the snmie1 place.
The Grttd Duke Nicholvis is report
ed to have renehed Ihe Ituissian enpi
tail. The dispalltcl stiys that he -iwill
probably take coimliand of tihte troops.
According to Itformation received
here the iRussian people have been
iost distrustful during recent events
of the personal influenee of itapress
Alexandri. She wits supposed ito ex
ercise the greatest itnfluence over l'm
The~ I'~mipress AleCxandra, ti before her
marriage to the etmperor of Itussia in
1894, was the Germian Princess Alix of
H esse-Darmist adt.
A popuht u revoluation ha s been suc
cessful aind thle governmluenit oif Iussia
rests tetmporail y wIth a self-appolint
ed comitttee of the dumn.
After thlree days of bat tle, ini which
the maiijotity oif t he 30.000M troops in
P'etro'grtad m11 uti anid suport edi lie
revolutitonists, cimi has return red.
The (czar's ahdienti oln was ini cmi
linnelie with the urgent dlemianid of the
cmmIitttee of the damn. which notitled
himit thaut upon his assen'tt (ldepeded
the fate of the dytnnsty.
Troops Back the Duma.
TIelegrphin tg ftrom Pet rogril Wed
nuesday, lieuter's (corresponrlit says
Kronstadt, the fort res-s and4 grea t an
vail st atilon at thle head of the Gu;ilf of
F'inland, '20 mIles west. of P'et rograd,
has joinued the revolutilonary move
mlent. 'Twio deputies, P'epeiitiif itnd
Taskine, on Instruct ions fromt the u
ina comimit tee, proceeded ti) Kron
Stadt, where thle troops pltacedl t hem
selves at thle dispostil of the dumniii.
The Cojuenhingen 10kst railadtuet re
ports that the Iliussinn consul in Ilinpa
randiai, Swedlen, says that former P're
miuer Stiurmer- andi MInister of thte In
terior P'rotuooiff we re killedl in Petro
griid. Bhoth wvere chiarged wvith pro
New Cabinet Announced.
A newv ntional1 enbbinet is a nnounacid,
ith Prince Lv off as pr'esidetit (of thle
(ouiuti'l and premiler, atnd thle other of
tlees held by thle men who are' Close to
lie ltiussiant people.
Thet memlilibers of t he new nait ioniil
enhlitmt aret atnnouincedl as follows.
Prtemtier, P'reslident of thle ( oianell
and( Mlinister of the Inater-ior-Pr['ince
Geor-ges 10. Li-off.
I''orieigtn Min ister--Pro'-uf. Pauli N.
.\tinister of Public Inst rue-lioni--Pro
EAGER TO PROSECUTE WAR
English Correspondent Asserts That
All Classes of Russians Favor Con
tinuation of HostilIties.
i.omilon. Mairch i9.-lleuter's P'etro
gaid corriesponden t senrt lie fol lowuing
dlipatc'h * 'uicern ig thle Illissinna r1- -
luio n under'i (lateC of Maurchi 14;I
"Your cor-respondtenit has beent ini the
streets bouthi night and1 dlay for thle last
three dttys. He hias 'een long linaes of
burgry men, women and ('hilidrein. and
fessor ManullofT of Moscow university,
Aliilster of War andf(t Navy, ail in.
terhni-A. .J. (uchkoY, formerly presi.
dent (if the (ui.
Mlliilster of Agrietiiture--M. lehin
gnreff. lepilly from Petrogrild.
Mfiiister of Finitaice-M. Tereschten
ko. deputy from Kiev.
Minister of Justice-Depiuty Keren.
ski ot Suratoff.
Minister of Comiuniect ions--N. V,
Nekrsasoff, vice president of the diun,
Controller of State-M. Godneff,
deputy from Kazan.
Control Is Complete.
That control by the new government
is complete is indoubted. Telegrams
from generals conumaniling at the var
ous.fronts have displayed an astonish
Ing Uanimilty of support of tl6,
Demonstra t ioais against tile govern
Itent have been frequent during the
last few wenks. The atteinpted jro
roguing of Iho ilumn fanned the fires,
which spread rapidly from class to
e(is and-fron eivilianis to troops.
Sandiy it broke forth in flame.
Panic-stricken. the governmient or
dered W the mounted patrols to fire onl
the people. The patrols refused, mnd
a buttle between the police and the
troops followetd, regient after regi
ment Joining the revolutionists, seiAig
and throwing the Ieids of the sceret
police into prison.
For tiree- (<ays openi hattile rnlgeI in
the streets of I'trogrna. Strikes In
factories aind on street cars ware
called in sympathy with the IeLvolu
Wednesday the week's night mn re of
revolution endeil umore suddenly t hain
it had begim. I'litnk1s were puille
from window-s, doors were l-lunharred,
factores, stores and banklis reopeneI.
500 Slain in Revolt.
The only evidence Ilint I revolution
hll been fought Inid won was tle
sinOld(ring r'ulins of a few liulic
hiuildlings. The cost in lif( is iulinowin.
It is believed, however, that it 4lil not
Magien I ll i sai(en its was the
tr11aii.stfon froi the (old to 1hie new, it
is belleved here that its resilts w\Ill be
almost liminedimtely visible inl tile in
stitution by tihe new lussisn oif a more
vigorot 1is nefficient prosecut Ion of
the wvar agaaist Gerimnny.
Appeal Made to Czar.
The dilumna telegrtplihed lie priincilpal
geneais at the front to use their influ
ence willh Emperor Nicholas In sup
port of tie duit's appeal for a popu
laIr governient, says Iteuter's Petro
General Brussilloff, eonuniunlider inl
chief of the armies on the southwest
ern front, replied:
"Your telegram r'celvedl. I have
fillilled my duty to iy emperor und
Gen. Nicholas V. Itisky, menbr ol
the supreme military coinicii, replie
"I have nid out your request,
1. Itotiz.innko, president of thi
dumna, sent the following telegram t
"The situti ion is becoiiliig worsc
Mensuir'es miust he taken iinnntedliately
for tomorrow it may be too late. Thi
hour lis arrived when the fate of tfh
country and of the dyn:-,ty is being
Ml. Chliheglovitoff, president of tih
counell of emipire, was arrested in lP
hiome sand templloraIrily hield in the min
Isterial roomi of the dlumni.
A telegrnami ree vhd by3 lie naval
attiache of the Itussinun embassy ina
Paris reportedl t hat tihe railwaiys and1(
pubile services In Il'et rograd huad re
Th'ie revolumt Ion. wvhich evidIent ly wais
carefully3 prepaired, broke out simul
tanieouisly in P'etrograd anld Moscow:
The garr'iisonis, wvhieh iibeyed t he in
struictions of' thle revolutilonarIe's, Imn
mia*te(ly took poissession oif thei.se
ci ties niftr cCoimpaat itlvely little fight
i ng :iin diinl 13 slmal l moult of de.
struitio o(1(f piropert y.
Petrograd Bridge Blown Up.
lIn l''t rogirad one bridge wast blowin
up. Stic t imdilitar run'le prevn its inoI
thle armyii3 has the situtt ionl soi well In
ha ndl that It Is not1 expec'ted adhereiits
oif t he late governainent will he abhle to(
offeir any13 seiouis r'esi sta: n'e, even in
Afteri receIving wvord of thle irevotlu
tion, it Is reported. Ei mperot' Nichlolas
iettiirnedt to thle jeaIii', where lie sir
ived Oin W~edlnesday.
The followving deta ills of the revol i
t ion hav e bieen givetn to lthe press tiroim
a soiirie iusully3 welt IInformed (on
Rtitssl inn all'airs:
"The soldierss refused Ic act nsgalinst
the crowd eli hib sltarnteid trouible whieni
It liear oi f thle tikst issued by1( 10m
lierort Nicahohi~s IprtorogauIig thle diun.
Ont Sunitlay thle commit tee which hiad
met to disauss thle fooda situtiatlion was
par it1lyt'i ranst'ormledl inito a pirovlsionialI
governmnt Imdlser the piresidlency3 of
Presi detI IlidzAinn ko of the dumtia iad
ill(l uidi'd represent1'i I itti I oI' f thle diimtas
Thei clamafltion bu y thie militIa'y
governaor' ini l'etro'agt'ui fiirbililinig any3
stree'(t mssi'mbilins' aid elirin i'g tht
las se'en st 'unitna tiring of r'iti's
niait Ihla'iuhfarti', but liss hut hi-'t'
a i sinigli'e iri niinst wu'ar.
gstizationa adSl theingli'ct of thi' mtia
iIs ti word of iprovnenl IItin on eveary lii.
"Thei lillian. of Itisptin wsis the'
mnllteh tha Isemt fIre to the vaist lieu y of
patriot Ie de'termntioni that Ituinii
w)old~ deserve' well of hera allies if she
would give herself the chnce.
Ward off attacks of grip,
colds and Indigestion by timely
medication with the thoroughly test.
ed andreliableremedy of the Amer.
It's better to be safe than sorry.
U=ny t ong smel of d~sto slck..
gntnave owen preveted it tIs Prow
. Any thathasbeen' e
flye a century has prov
vfrisalue. Tablet form if yo desire t.
At your drugglst.
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Changed the Bill of Fare.
Mot--I hre anly soupl ()n the hil
Wait-- There was, sir. bu1t 1 wipi
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One Way Out of It.
ihe wais ondli levln tory in her 11u
Itier. "I refuse t o I linke tis palli
emuIter." shev ehIred-31l 1trny b)
(11us it is no iory ana(l I want
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T h1 ierk floked at1 her wih the
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GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
F'ew per-sons II5 enni; .e sick wIo(i tu,
rGreen's August Flower. It hans her
used for fil a liients thlin fii re e i1nuse
by~ a dIsordered stomnehl aid Innetiv
liver, such as5 sick hendnelt(het, conist Ip
tion, sour* stomnlteh, nervous tindIgze
lion, fermentatlion of food, pa liitautio
of thle heart from gases creat Ied I
the stonehi. patins In the stonhcl, an
man other organlie dis tirbiance
August Flower Is a gentle laxaitiv<
regiluites digest ion, hothI in thle stoni
nehl and lntestlines, elentns and( swece1
ens t he stomnaelh ianid whiol e atllment ar
(fnnall. and stlimuihles the liver to si
e'rtte thle bile anad I mpuiitiles from Il
bilooid. Tlry it. TwVo dos.es wIll roliev
you Used for fifty years in ever
towni anid lhamilet in thle U nit ed Sta t(
anid In all clviizred countIries.--Adv.
Needn't Explain It.
"hre'ine guood thinig inhouit golfI.
"I' seldoim I haI yuri wif in sisl
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle (
CASTiOIA, that fatmous old1 reimed;
for inifant s andi chil dren, and see that I
In Use. for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castori
indint huts begutn netive' mtining
Died of Premature
(BY V. M. PIERCE, M. D.)
Hlow many times we hear of comnpara
tively young persoins passing nwn.i'
when they should havi e lIved to be 70 o
80 years*of age. This fatal work is iisu
ally attributed to the kidneys, as, whiei
the kidneys diegenerate, it (Ituses auti
intorication. The more injuirious t h
poisons puasing thrui the kidneys. th
quicker will those noble organls hei dei
generated, andi the sooner they doeIy
To prevent premature old nge ami
promote lonfg life, llihten Ite work o
thle kineys by drinking plenty of puar
wliter all day long, and ocentslonailly'tiak
tag Anurie (double strength) before
inenls. This enin he obta inedw at druj
stores. Anurle ill ov'ercomei~ such con
dttions as rheumatismi, drojastinI swell
ings, cold extremItIes, senlding ani
burnIng urine and sleeplessness due ti
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V are always worth the
s guaranteed by more
ne shoes. The smart
Centres of America.
y at Brockton, Mass. 3
der the directionan 'oS.
ing with an honest
he price that money ,
hoes. If he ean- ..
t, take no other BEWAR. oF
ulaninn how to
ty for the prico, Boys' Shoes
Best In the Wora
$3.00 $2.50 & $2.00
Douglas Shoe Co.,
1815 Spark St., rockion, Mass.
FRESH - CRISP - WHOLESOME- DELICIOUS
THE SANITARY 14TH00S APPLIND IN THE
9lAKING OF 'ESS BISCUITS MAKI,
THIM TH S
STANDARD ef EXCELLENCE
Deale #0r has theo, or if not h# shouldj.
sk him or write us jiving his naet.
CHAYTANOOGA BAKERY *" '*
Kill Them By Using
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE
U. S. Government Buys It
SOLD EVERYWHERE-2Sc and $1.00
.1 Zti AT TUE JoIN10 FROt iME INSIDS
Lumbago or Gout?
Take R11HU1ACI DIC to remove thecumse
and drive the poison from the system.
"RHEUXArUD ON THE 1311z
PUT@ HSEUMATIBSM O TlE OUTBIDS"
At All Druggists
Jas. Baily & SoD, Wholesale Distributere
Ii LIVER PILLS never
n fail. Purely vegeta.
rI ble - act sturely
4but gently on ATR
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
1SMA Ll PILL, SMA LL DOSE, SMALl, PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
STOCK ICK IT-STOCK IKE IT
For Hforses, Cattle, Sheep
for the Kidneys, Nux
i Dairy Salt. Used by Vet
Dosing. Drop Brick in
feed-box. Ask your deater
for Blackman's or writ.
BLACKMAN STOCK REMEDY COMPANY
.W. N. U., C HA RLO T TE, NO. 12--1917.
A West Virginia Woman Speaks
Volga. WV. Va.-"Golden M~edical Dis
covery proved so
beneficIal in my
past state of ill
health that I was
glad to try Anuric,
the new discovery
/ - of Dr. Pierce.I
was In a delicato
- 'condiltionl and sur-.
fered from many
ached~ all over, was
c!onstipated, had IndigestIon, was ex-I
1 tremely nervous; another discomfort
r. was shifting rheumatIsm, somethIng i
-had had for years. At that time it was
-in my hIps aind lower lImbs. I took
the Anuric Tablets accordIng to direc
tionsll, and can may, and1( speak In the
- hundst of truth, that I have not had
rh~eum~atism sInce. I have no indlges
Itihmi nnd am not Constipated. The re.
>lief 'could not be more satisfactory."..
-\l ItS. .JOSEPHINE CORDEOR RlYMER.
'9 Soldtfor 47years. For
Ij h S Malaria,Chills & Fever.
Also a Fine General
ONIC Stre'gthening '-m
e~c and$1 at osg