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Now She is Strong and
Philadelphia, Pa.--"I i over
worked, run do nervo , could not
eat or sleep. I elt like rying all the
time. I tried d' eren emedies with
out benefit. Tqe doc r said it was a
wonder I wasialiv and when Vinoi
was given me I egan to improve.
I have taken.! ei t bottles and am
now strong and perfectly healthy in
every respect, and have gained in
weight. I can not praise Vinol
enough."-Mrs. Sarah A. Jones, 1025
Nevada St., Philadelphia, Pa.
We guarantee Vinoi to makc over
worked, weak women strong or re
turn your money. Formula on every
bottle. This is your protec :1
wh h -.r . .
:on h outy .\ idder :hi
agent - -' I ini all lhe ('oun lty
Ne s a r I. h ., l(ook~ int hi s at
accor ig 'I a w l be utel im..t
and keep my' wor 0)ltilraigheT.
.I \\' T i lO\l I'8ON.
$100 Reward, $100
p)le Ed to i.-tarn h .-ia least, (one
dr(Ved e iisceae. r: I s. c'.~ .- e c a b
abhle to curi' in aI ,i ar o s. atal that 2
Catcarrhi. Iliall's -c: .rrh -e' is hthe only
fraternity. ('atarrhc bet' a centtto a
diseaseil, requicres a cc nst;iut inl treat.
mnrt. Itallis (atarrh ('cci ic teke'n hI
ternallly, acting iirii tly upon the lico!
and muctioni suirfa ces ofl a ith e tim, thaee
by destroyIng thn feit'onarci of' the dls
easle, and1( giving~ the ge itnt st re'ngthi by
b~uIldIng uip thce 'cnst ituct i and asisingi
nrcIatre i oig Its wuork. Thie pcroprietorsa
have so imieh faith 1 I i ts erufatie rpow%
ers that they ofeetr Oun' eitluree D ollaers
for any case t hat it fai.cls tire. Send
for list of ei c~Imilis.
Addresms: F. JT r'HIN'NICY & '0,. Toledo, 0.
0o(d Icy nil t~reuets, l~.
Take lias ~ F:mlv P'III foar enonntipat Ion
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MUSIC IN TI
Paper Read by Mrs. C(
trict Meeting of
Otto .\ I.n r in) his arti(-IV )In
'.\nsii' :; l'1a'ce in adu ation". say.
that the Stat: as well as the churetnl
has a great responsIbility resting ipon
it. thus it. 11111t col4 to recognize
llnu1sic as ole of the ios : powerful
indillstrial, culura, ,scia and mnoral
forces 12 o te vor! today. 'ThenC1 we
1111,"k see t O i the tudy of1iust(e
hats its 1122 ii n 2P:l o ill I et' dicatioll
u~w s itgo~whje is
I :2 'v n (: * 'loli 1.2 fo\
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uh h . 2r2. 2''ran
unin LI' sI r
a nefil o th loca
r f !'e ro 2 Thh lun
he'~ in 'onne lio with I-' offe
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('221 i2-irI eln : and i-:r 1 n12 i2t1i'4
\!areb 'h*' .Th lun21 h will b122. tritly
Ltlue w~il b24 baan1121tes. 2Uppet'izinl2 and11
be(ing2. 2.i\ en here this sprtiI:.' M.~1
(f New York1 ('ity. who is now.. rorvinlg
the4 ('olors a t (Camp \\adsworth. SpIar
tanburlIL, W.vI .1ive at concertt hlere on
Mr t. WIt e w..ill he accominpaniied by Mr's.
Ce ra C'. Lutc'as of thisi c'iIy and( a c'ornfet
sold'st fr'eni h lb'I2 ih ilnfan11try. C'amtp
>ra C. Lucas Before Dis
tiversclitit-, conlihined. And yet it is
ivenl no recognitionl ill Inlo.At of our1
pub11lic. -..hools and credit.s inl nlone,
We he0ar1. much of vocational train
ing. Why not let the g4irl who is try
ing to fit lierself to he a nisic tIiela er,
substitute this for 5o01in other Stldy
which Ahe will probably never't need.
W: 11oul not tlhei boy or girl wh6
i.; a i nnte mu1sically have the" ".1me1
( hanice that thecv have inl other depar
Iilt Why shouhii not 11nsie aIssine
IM ri~tf'l nae inl vocatinoll 11rainl
inll ? T11- n1'cntal I raining on ist
i:11 of Ill\ o hcr
ranch n it 1hool < r: icilu i. ' n
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I'im ( radie:(I \l rt e i. . \laryr
('t ldwllsigin iat Todd. iei ot
UTild till de1 - .\tilrt edC ' el.tn evt'
('he1d. ItouiS 'Tto~rbl ta tsit
taI hfth (Vrad N,51 ell ut, hel Iheek
I ha hoitae.l ht wiflhltb gve.o
tha hav been .ie out he 4it.
an e )reda so as4 possble ..
tht hpmn can4 be made. .
CIEV ROLET "FOUR-NINEYT"
5-Passenger Touring $635 F. 0. B. Factory
POWER ECONOMY C FORT
Combine to Make the Satisfacto ervice Afforded By This
Few Cars Still On Hand, But They are Going Rapidly.
Better Get Yours Now.
PALMETTO AUTO and ACCESSORY CO.
Phone 354 THOS. R. EASTERBY, Mgr. 112 Main Street
VTaluec F-Irst M4en
Vahe First, as applied to M'ichaels=Stern Clothes, means FULL
value cons3idcred in terms of style, fabric, tailoring, service, price.
In ot:her words, a Michals-Sternb suit or overcoat is made never to
disappoint. T he styles are attr'active and put the wearer in the
forefront of weldriessed men. The fabrics are selected with the
greate'.t caire by experts who know, through years of training,
which fabics will give service; the fabrics are tested by another
group of experts; the tailoring is performed by skilled labor under
the supervision of men trai ed in every de il of making GOOD
CLOTH ES. Before leaving he factory h garment is inspected,
rigidly inspected. The vol me of bu ess done each year---the
number of suits and overco ts made nd sold---is so great that sav
ings are made at every ste with e result that those who wear
them get better styles, bet er f rics, better tailored suits, better
service at prices so reason bl that every purchase of Michaels
Stern Clothes represent a mng.
Our line is complete. Every garment was bought when prices
were lower than today, so you get the advantage.
We have everything new for Spring wear, including soft Shirts,
soft Collars, Cuffs, Ties; in fact, everything that a man wears can
be found here in the most up-to-date styles and at most reasonable
prices. Come to see us--will be glad to show you.
Minter Company's Man Shop