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In buying food-products, several things
are to be thought of?i. e., Economy,
Results, Easy Handling, Reliability, but
the most important is Health.
Health means everything. In buying
clothes, shoes, hats, furniture, etc., if the
buyer is deceived and gets tin imitation
the only harm is loss of money., in buy
ing food-products, if imitations are sup
Elied, there is not only a loss of money,
ut perhaps an injury to health?which
is beyond price.
Remember these facts zufien baying baking powder.
A PltOUllENSIYE COMMUNITY.
Notable Example of What Can b > Done
by Enterprising Farmers.
In a little trip out to Austin, Tumbling
Shoals and Princeton last week an Ad
vertiser representative was much im
pressed with the general progress to
be noted throughout that section, the
Western portion of the county. First of
all this section is for the most part
thickly populated by progressive white
farmers. In a number of instances
large landed estates have been cut up
into small farms and these have been
bought and settled by young farmers,
home builders, who do their own work,
raise practically all I hey use and are
from year to year improving their lands
and making their home more attractive
and inviting. Take the Hickory Tav
ern neighborhood as an example of
what is being done Ten years ago
the land for miles around was
owned by a few. Almost a complote
change has taken placo in this timo.
Within a radius of two miles of the old
Tavern there are to-day no loss than
twoaty new farms on which there are
corofortablo, modern dwellings and
other improvements. Coropiratlvely
few negroes are employed. Thoy have
good stock and not a few aro giving at
tention to cattle and hogs with marked
succ. 35s. Among some of these elf/.en s
aro the Ropers, Chapmans, Nichols,
leys, Wassons,Knights, Pitts,Johnsons,
Crawford?, Nashos and Abercrombies.
Most of these families are situated
on the Alma R. F. D. route and of
course they are greatly plessed with
the service. Good schools are run
from four to eight months with capa
ble teachers in charge. In short there,
are on all sides evidences of thrift and
progress. Home builders are commu
nity and country builders. Thoy can
solve the negro labor question, the Hen
question and many other things that
aro u menace to the well being of
thousands of citizens in the various
sections of tho County and State to
day. The Tavern section is 11 miles
from the railroad, Tumbling Shoals 13
and Princeton 0. The roads and
bridges are in first-class condition and,
hence a trip to town in a carriage or
wagon is not near such a hardship as a
decade ago. For an object lesson in en
terprise and prosperity, what can be
done by intelligent Laurens county
farmers and cltzens as home builders a
visit to the above Indicated communi
ties will be of interest.
Mr. W. L. fioyd.
Dear Sir: Over fifty years ago, our
linn began selling paint throughout
the South; bales have continued unln
terruotedly, and ten times grea'er than
any other brand of paint.
Read the following:
"Have used the L. & M.
Paint twenty years; houses painted
with it eight years ago show better to
day than houses painted with other
paints within two years."
A. B. Edgell, Alaohua, Fla.
"Have used all brands of
paint, L. & M. Pure Paint stands bet
ter, and wears longer than any other
paint I have used in my ten years ex
H. F. Smith, Painter, Concord, N. C.
"I paln'ed Frankenburg Block with
L. & M. Paint; stands out as though
Actual cost wa9 less than $1.20 per gal
W. B.Barr, Charleston, W. Va
"I painted our old homestead with
L. & M. Paint twenty-six years ago.
Not painted since; looks better than
hourcs painted in the last four years
with other paint.
H. S. Scoileld, Harris Springs, 8. C.
Used the L. & M. Paint for sixteen
Jears Painted three houses with it tif
aen years ago; they have not needed
J, E. Webb. Hickory, N. C.
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ.
This celebrated paint is sold by
W. L. Boyd, Laurens.
Clinton Pharmacy, Clinton.
8AVES TWO FROM DEATH.
' Oar little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronohities," writes Mrs. H. K. Havl
land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had Consumption In an
advanced stage, also used this wonder
ful medicine and to-day she is per
fectly well." Desperate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for Coughs and Colds.
60 cts. and ll.'JO bottles guaranteed b?
laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
Hon. D. Wjatt Aiken.
Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken, congrossman I
from the 3rd district dolivored his |
maiden sp?ech in Congress recently in
support of his bill to increase the sal
aries of rural mail carriers. Tbo spoech
was clear and forcible and was inter
rupted by frequent applause. Mr. Aiken
is a son of the Hon. D . Wyatt Aiken,
who represented the 3rd district for
several terms in Congress, and is a
cousin of Dr. H. K. Aiken of this city.
Those of us who have tho pleasure of
his acquaintance remember him as a
delightful gentleman of decided ability
and are not surprised that his first ef
fort in congress should have merited
Mr. William Bryson Dead.
Mr. William Bryson died at Watts
Mills where ho was living with his
family, on Thursday morning. Mr,
Bryson was a member of the Bryson
family of Cross Hill, and has a brother,
Mr. Robert Bryson, living thero. He
leaves a widow, who was Miss Cunning
ham of Maddens and soveral children.
The burial took place at New Pros
pect on Faids y moroing.
Delegates to General Assembly.
At the meeting of Enoreo Presby
tery held at GalTney last week Rev. T.
B. Craig of Fountain Inn and Col.
John W. Ferguson of Lauren? were
elected delegates to the General As
sembly which mrot3 in Mobile, Ala.,
on May, 19th. The next meeting of the
Presbytery will bo held will? Salora
Church in Cherokee County, October]
SCIATIC RHEUMATISM CURED.
"I have been subject to sciatic rheu
matism for years," says E. H. Wal
dron, of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My
joints were stiff and gave mo much
pain and discom'ort. My joints would
erack when I straightened up. I used
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and have
been thoroughly cured. Have not had
a pain or ache from the old trouble for
many months. It is certainly a mostj
wonderful liniment." For sale by Lau
rens Drug Co.
A lazy liver makes a lazy man. Bur
dock Blood Bitters is the natural, nev
er failing remedy for a lazy llvor.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
National Bank of Laurens
At Lanrens, South Carolina, at tho
Close of Business, March 28th
Loans and discounts, $78,027
Overdrafts, secured 2,103 28
U.S. Honda to secure circula
tion, 16,000 00
Premiums on U . 8 Bonds, 740 00
Stocks, securities, etc. 3,187 41
Banking-house, furniture, and
fixtures, 3,901 55 ]
Other real estate owned, 8,8S0 00j
Due from National Banks (not
reserve agents) 739 17
Due from Stato Banks and ban
kers, 27 18
Due from approved reserve agents, 702 14
Cheeks and other ca. - items, 502 79
Notes oi otbor Nati ual Hunks, 990 00
Fractional papor currency,
nickels, and cents, 121 10
Lawful Money Reserve in #
,8pocle, 0,235 35
Loaal-tonder notos, 1,200 00 7,435 .0
Hodomption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (6 per cent, of
circulation,) 800 00
Total, $121,000 87
Capital stock paid in, $ 03,000 00
Surplus fund, 12,600 00
Undivided profits, less expon
sos and taxes paid, 2,273 89
I-National Bank notes outstand
ing, 13^00 00
Due to other National Banks, 3,581 11
Due to State Banks and Bankers, 310 50
Dividends unpaid 42 00
Individual deposits aubjoot to
cheok, 22,106 71
I Time certificates of deposit, 7,240 60
Total, $124,600 87
I, Jno. Aug. Barksdale, Cashior of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swoar
I that the above statemontis true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
John Aua. Barksdale,
Subscribed and sworn to bofore me
tMm the Uli day or April 1904.
C. 0. Feathrrstone,
I Correct,?Attest: ,
JNO.' A. BARKSDALE,
B. F. POSEY.
J.O. OWINGS. j
Bmm th* y? lhs Kind You Haw Always Boofll
AMONG OUR FRIENDS.
Mr. T. F. Babb was io towu Satur
day from Alma.
Mr. R. W. Davis of Fountain Inu
was in the city Friday.
Mr. S. R. Todd has returned from a
trip to Jamaica.
Mr. J. 10. Patterson of Lunford was
in town Saturday.
Mrs. H. E. Hargrove visited Mrs. J.
8. Davidson in Spartunbnrg last week.
Col. 11. Y. Simpson ran down to Co
lumbla for a day cr two last wock.
Mr. T. Mack Roper and wifj were in
tho city Saturday.
Mls3 1'carle Subivau i> S/peu Hug this
week at Kdon.
Mrs. Clifford Bubb tf Tr}or?, N. C.
Is visiting in tlr: c'ty.
M?sj Lillian Irl.y Laves tomorrow
for a visit to L noter.
Mrs. A. VV. Ardefjon and Miss bHoise
Anderson of Angus'a made a short
vb it to Laurens last week.
Mr. W Minn Mason of it-nno was in
town Saturday on bUfloess pertaining
lo tho schools of his district.
Mrs. Frank Fl ralrg of Greenwood
has been visiting relat ves in tho city
for several days.
Professors J. V. Bryson of Waterloo
and L. D. Elkdgeof Poplar Springs
were in the city Saturday.
Prof. Jas. A. Madden of Madden who
Is teaching a lino school at Ekora was
in town Saturday.
Mrs. W. H. Garret*, and little Wilrna
i'rontiss have boon visiting Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Garrott in Greenwood for
Mrs. T. W. Bond and Miss Nelson
of Lawrencoburg, Ky., aro visiting
Mrs, S. B. Gritton.
Messrs. W. A. and J. L. Raldwiu of
Alma wero visitors t) tho city Satur
Mr. C, D. Barksdalo came up Satur
day from Columbia to spend Sunday
with his family.
Mr. E. A. Cleveland was in tho city
Monday, returning to Tylersvillu from
a visit to his sister, Mrs. James of
Mrs. Reub3U Ball, afier a live
months' visit to her futhor's family
and other rolatlves at Cray Court has
returned to Meekor, Colorado, her
There was quite a good crowd in
town Saturday. Reports from every
section indicate that the farmers have
been getting in splendid work and that
they aro well up with tho season.
The presont session of tho Green
Pond 8chool in Dial Township closed
Friday. The teachers of this nourish
ing school arj Mr Charloy Owings of
Gray Court and Miss Tda Taylor of
Mr. Ben Webb's many Laurens
friends will be glad to know that ho is
thought to bo better of his long and se
rious illness. Mr. Webb has been con
fined to his home for months with
grippe and serious complications re
sulting from it.
Cross Hill Men at College.
Dr. W. P. Turner Jr., and Mr. W. B.
NotTz of Cross Hill wero in the city
Friday. Dr . Turner has jus', received
his diploma from the Modical College
of Augusta, Ga., and Mr. NotTz has
completed his third year a', the same
institution. Both these young gentle
men are bright fellows and will do well
in their profession.
Which usually commences with cold
in head, Hay Fever, rapidly infects tho
mucous mombraue of tho throat, and
lead-- to graver complication*, unless
promptly attended to. We recommend
King's Saraapnrilla internally to purify
tho blood, and direct treatment with
Dr. King's Catarrh Romedy (a douche
comes with each bittlo). It gains a
foothold from which it is hird to dis
lodge. With treatment, of theso two
medicines any ordinary cass will ylold
quickly?the very worst caso3 will be
greatly relieved. The price $1.00; three
for $2.50, and guaranteed. Sold by Pal
motto Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
RAN AWAY FROM HOME.
Corns, Bunion?, Wart? loavo home
when Dr. King's Corn Salve gots after
tbom, and through it costs only 10 cts.,
is guaranteed, same as If so'd for a dol
lar. That's King's way always. Sold
by Lauren9 Drng Co.
It's tho little colds that grow into big
colds; tho big colds that ond in con
sumption and death. Watch the little
colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup.
A CASE OF IT.
Many More Like it in
The following case is but ono of many
similar occuring daily In I.aurons.
It is an easy matter to verify its cor
rectness. Surely you cannot ask for
better prcof than such a conclusivo
G. W. Wallace, general brok r, of
117 Laurens St., rosiding onGarlington
St., extended, says: Doan's Kiuncy
Pllla bonofltted me more greatly than
any other romedy l ovor used. I suf
fered from backache for months at a
time, so severe at timos as to almost
lay me up. A sharp pain would strike
mo right across tho small of my back
onco in a whilo that would mako mo
almost yoll right out. Tho kidney
secretions were very dark in color,
full of sedlmont and vory annoying
from their too frequent actions, par.
l ien la rl v at night. I tried a number
of remedies but without relief until I
went to the Palmotto Drug Co's store
and got a box of Doan's Kidney Pill?.
On taking them I experienced a change
for the Dotter a'most immediately.
Tho backache soon left mo, tho kidneys
becamo normal and regular so I could
go to bed and sleep all night and arlso
in the morning feeling tested and re
For sale by all dealers. Prico ftOcts.
Fes'.er-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y ,
so'e agents for the United Statos.
Remomber tho namo?Doan's?and
1.1We no substitute.
BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE.
8. LoQuinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
robbed of his oustomary health by In
vasion of Chronlo Constipation. When
Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills broke into
his house, bin trouble was arrostcd and
now he's entlroly cured. They're guar
anteed to cure. 2rt cents at Lautens
Drug Go. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Ask us About "Vinol."
"SEEDS THAT GROW"
Wo bundle LANDRETH'3 Garden
Seeds. Tl:e kind you have always
bought. The kind that never dlsap
points von. In bu'k and in papers.
What ie a dollar compared with
Health. Try "Vinol."
It's hard to boliove "Vinol" is inedi
cine. It's so delicious.
Laurens Drug Store.
QVALITY not QVANTITY
I? what one wants in medicine, uiobo t?ina
arc tmall hut almighty powerful. Aro purely
If von snCor from I'.earlaer.c*, nausea, look o*
(vppetitoor yon.?r hlltot; -.oreostWo.askSQVJB
no.xrcslrtr'.i.' :iKi '.or a I it. rrte3,KO.
Laurcns Drug Co.
CAPABLE OF EARNING
$1000 TO $5000
TRAVELING SALESMAN, CLERK,
NO MATTER WHAT YOUR
A complete reorganization of tlio
producing department of The Mutual
Lite Insurance Company of New York
In this section affords a ohanoe for a
fjw good men; eight vacancies on the
ngenoy force remain open for men of
charae'er and ability; you can find out
by writing whether it will be worth
wliilo for you ti mako a change,
no previoui experience is necessary.
A course of professional instruction
THE MUTUAL MFE INSUR
ANCE CO., NKW YORK.
Richard A. MoCurdy, President.
HAS PAID POLICY HOLDERS OVER
030 MILLION DOLLARS.
Address, GEORGE T. DEXTER, Su
Gerlntendont of Domestic Agoncles, 32
assau St., New York City, N. Y,
NEARLY EVERY FARMER
NEEDS A t
Is tho pno n o. "The Moohlnory People"
will he Riftfl to roikI catalogue and name
price mi n pnlloatlon.
W. ft, CIBBES <B. CO..
COLOMBIA. S. C ?
Kn Ine?, flollera, saw MllJa, Cotton Oln
111ng \U\< lit nory, Mo.
ThcCllthcr, Portable ?Monte Machine.
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practico in all State Courts
Promptattentlcn given to all b usintta
It's Something UNU5UAL to get a Seventy-five Dollar BED ROOM SET for
We are able to give you this be
cause We have purchased them from
a factory that waschanging their pat
terns and only holding a few of these
and wanting to gel them out.
lied 6 feet 6 inches High.
Wash vStand Top 36 by 20 inchca.
Dresser Top by 24 in?French
Bevel Mirror 36 by 30 inch.
This price is less than the usual wholesale price on a suit of this class. Full Quartered Oak. Piano polish finish and made
1 first- class factory.
3. M. Sc El. H.WILKES Sc CO.
Another Miraculous Cure of Poisoned Blood
A True Account of the Case of a Birmingham, Ala., Woman Whose
Name Must be Withheld for Obvious Reasons.
A loiter was received at our office some time ago from a woman living in Birming
ham, Ala., stating that sho had heard of some wonderful cures of specific blood
poisoning by Kotig's Remedy. She stated she had tried everything, including Hot
Springs, without effect, and that sho was so discouraged that she had purchased a
revolver and decided to end the matter when she heard of Kocrg's Remedy, and
decided to delay the desperate act she contemplated till she had given this remedy
n trial. Her letters after that were bubbling over with gratitude, and her last letter,
which told of a complete and absolute cure, slated that the discoverer of Kocrg's Rem
edy would be crowned with a wreath in the great hereafter for saving the life of a
fallen soul. This is only one of many such cases. Don't be discouraged if you ate
afflicted, for wo ofler you an absolute cure, no matter how desperate your case.
If the taint in your blood has manifested itself in any of these following forms
don't delay, but act nt once, for you can never tell when the terrible poison in your
blood will break out in worse form. Tainted blood manifests itself in the form of
Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatic Pains, Stiff or Swollen Joints, Eruptions or Copper
colored Spots on the K ace or Body, Little Ulcers in the Mouth or on the Tongue, Sore
Throat, Swollen Tonsils, Kalling out of the Hair or Kyebrows, and finally a Leprous
like Decay of the Flesh and Bones. If you have any one of these symptoms don't
delay until too late, but go to your druggist and get a bottle of
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER
All Druggists Guarantee It.
If your druggist does not handle this remedy send us $1.00 for one bottle or $5.00 for
six bottles, with our absolute guarantee or money refunded by druggist or this Company
in full. All packages sent in plain wrappers. All correspondence strictly confidential.
FOERG REMEDY CO., Evansville, Ind.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Have just reached us from the tailors. Seems as if we never
saw such stylish, snappy suits, and we've seen a pile of 'cm in our
day. Customers who called yesterday and got a glimpse of these
new patterns and inspected the finish, declared they never saw
the like in all their born days.
If you'd appreciate knowing that you were one of the best
dressed men in all this section, we strongly advise you to get
your share of this elegant Spring attire.
C9PJ?I8V? KOI l>y n?rt Sth.ffn.r A Hll
All Stylishly Cut
Right up to the latest wrinkle
of fashion, yet not a wrinkle in
them. Each garment fits like a
duck's foot in the mud, and has
that distinctive appear a n c e
which only the highest grade of
clothing can possess.
Extraordinary value at $15.00;
the very best in our store at $30.
Of course, you can pay a tailor
$40 for the same thing if you
prefer?it will be your own fu
neral. You'll get the same style
fabric and fit in cither event.
If It's Less Honey
That's more to your liking,
we'll lit you out with a dandy
suit at $5 and upward. And
you can rest assured you can't
get as much value for your
All our clothing is GUARANTEED
How About Those Shoes?
You really ought to have a new pair.
Just try the ''Crawford" or "Korrcct" Shape?$3.50 and
$4.00. They'll suit you.
All new shapes in popular leathers.
Ladies' Shoes, Roys' Shoes, Girls' Shoes?all kinds of good
Shoes at rock-bottom prices.
?Step in today and let us fit your foot, your fancy and your purse.
J, E MINTER & BRO,
N. B. Dial. A. 0. Toi>d.
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun
sellors at Law.
Enterprise Bank and Todd Office Build
Lau r en s, S. C.
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
LAURENS, 8. C.
A Wonderful Saving.
Tho largest MetbodUt Ohuroh in
Georgia calculated to use ono hundred
hundred gallons of the usual kind of
mixed paint in painting their church.
Thoy used only 82 gallons of the
Longman & Martinez. Paint mixed
with 24 gallons of linseod oil. Aetusl
cost of paint made was less than 91.20
Saved over eighty ($80.00) dollars In
paint, and got a big donation besides.
EVERY CHURCH will be given a
liberal quantity whenever they paint.
Many houses aro well pointed with
four gallons of L. & M. and three gal
lons of linseed oil mixed therewith.
Wears and covers like gold.
Those celebrated paints aro se'd by
W. L. Royo, Laurent?.
Clinton Pharmacy, Clinton.
THREE PAPERS EACH WEEK
For ONE Dollar.
28 PAGES A WEEK
THE REPUBLIC is the Great Democratic Paper of St. Louis.
The World's Fair is soon to open in St. Louis. The
National Democratic Convention meets in S*.
Louis this year.
Each Week, an Agricultural (4) Page ?Supplement is Sent Out
with The Republic.
All this goes to new subscribers to The Advertiser, including
The Advertiser, for $1.00 a year, and to old subscribers
to The Advertiser who pay up one full 12
months in advance from date.
This is Campaign Year in Laurens.
You Ought to lake your County Paper.
Would you live in a county without a paper? Then at least pay
a dollar a year and take one with The .St. Louis
Republic thrown in.
P. vS. The advertiser, The News and Courier and The
Republic one year for $[.50.
Phyiscian s Endorsement,
Is the lightest water on the market. We realize that this is claiming a great
deal, and we coultl not aflord to make this assertion unless wo knew that we
could prove it to bo true. But it does not take so export to tost tho toftness of
a Mineral Water. Whon carbonating a mineral water, if it is a hard water the
gases will not bo absorbed in tho wator, anil when tho bottle is opened, the pas
es escape, and the water Is left flat and hard, while if it is n soft water, like
White Stone Litbia, it will retain its gases for hours after being unstopped.
Read what some prominent persons you know have to say of the merits of
the White Stone Lithla Water:
Chester, S. C, April 23, 11)03.
J. T. Harris, Esq.,
White Stono Spring, C.
Dear Sir?I do unhesitatingly state
that tho elllcacy of White Stono Lithla
Wator, not from its splendid analytical
analysis, but from my own personal ob
servation, Is a very valuable agent in
eliminating tho impurities of the blood
through its marked diuretic effects,
and in sj doing restores the secretory
and executory organs of the body to
their normal physiological st-tto. So in
this proves Its properties to bo of great
value in assisting digestion, assimila
tion and increasing the appotite. There
fore wo can rccognizj it as a min iral
water of poworful tonic propsrtioi and
should bo highly recommended in stom
ach and liver disorders, blood disturb
ances, rheumatism, gout, diabetes,
Bripht'a diseaso, and in all inactive
conditions of tho kidneys and convales
I feel mysolf, that I am justly duo an
acknowledgement of tho happy eiTee'.s
I derived from Its use.
b. Blmore Kell, M. D.
Mlllllns, S. C, April 22, 11KKJ.
Mr. J Ti Harris.
White Stone Springs, S. 0.
It is with pleasure that I write of tho
morits of White Stone Lithla Water. I
havo soveral patients using It now with
marked bonellt In kidney and stomach
troubles. I havo known a uric acid
oalbulus to pass after tislnj tho water
for o'i'y throe days.
A. M. lirailsford, Jr., M. D.
Macon, Qa., April 15, 100?.
I have prescribed White Stone Li this
Wtiter freely it my practice an 1 am
pi id to report th j happy effects it gave
as a diuretic au l uric acid solvent. I
think Its modiolnal properties arc pe
culiarly adaptable to urlo aold d la the
sis, rheumatism, gout, aiuumla and all
bladder and kldnoy diseases and liver
and stamaoh troubles. 1 consldor it Is
a mineral water of marvelous tonic
Read what Dr. Ii. .1. Blak?, l'resl
dent Board of llealt'i of th i City of
Spartanbup, has tu s ly of tho merits of
Whito Stono Lilhia Springs:
Spartunburg, May Ulli, 1003,
J. T. Harris, Proprietor White Stono
Spingis, Spartanburg (Jo, S. 0.
My Dear Sir:?1 have used and pre
scribed tho White Stone Lithla water
a great do d during tho p ist two yoars.
In all cases requiring renal stimulation
I havo obtained uniformly good re
sults. In lithaemia and kindred afl'oc
tlons from uric acid dlathosis it moots
the indications, and l am sure its froo
use will prove it the equal of any wa
tor on tho market.
Yours verv truly,
L. J. Hl?kc, M. D,
We have tho largest brick Hotel In tho Carolinas or Georgia, with all mod
Electric Car Lino runs from Southern Road to Spring.
White Stono Spring, S. C.
White Stone Lithia Water Co.
t ?Xon't Cri"; o tHo Dr ^y
fij Thoro Is ono ??fo, ?uro ntul nbno? 3
H luioly Imrnil?BS roin?dy (or In? u
? runt's in ?, [t is ?1
H THE \V0nLD*3 tlEET EAQY MEClOINt. ?
Oiiros evor.v formed bowol r m\ y
M stontnoh trouble, brings jefrcbU> t
a) ingsloep, iniikus bobioj i.:t
? cents everyw:^::e, .
I Baby Ease Manufacturing Ca., f.' ir . . ") y
THE NEW NERVE TONIC
AND KIDNEY CURE.
Clcmiflon 1lio RldnOyfl nml Warbler, pnrlUe? the?
Blood. Pinn Floth on thin pooplo. Birengthen?
tho Nerven. (IcnrH the Mriiln. Cur?? Ncrrou?
Debility, IiiHniniiln, KallhiK Memor--. lUnlnrcH
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