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Tho entertainment t:f the Fort
night.ly Club by Mrs. Lambert W.
Jones on last Tuesday afternoon at
five o'clock lias added another do
lightful affmir to Nowberry's long
list of soeial oventi Tho Alujor
Jones honesteaid, in (11 spacious
balls and parlorti of which thi, en
tertainuent was given has been the
scene of niany hospitable and pleas
ant occasions in days which are past,
and around it cling many pleasant
memories, addig all the more to the
enjoyment of the guests on Tie-day
Mrs. Jones iv a charming hosress,
and showed herself fully equal to
the deft art requirmd of her it, ar
ranging for the pleasure of her
guests in the manner in vogue I beim
latter day s She was gracefully
assisted by her ) ;ung friends and
nioves, Nfissos Heplen Mower, Nancy
PI,1 Az,llt Pool, Lizzio 01mili, andi
T hI d', ('Coi tlions (f Iho roo ils w er o ,
ivy anti iagnolia. The color seheio
was approprinto to t he season, boi, g
cherry and white, showing in the
cherry punch, t he fresh chorrips
decorating the punch table, the rib
bon cake, the cream topped with
Maraschino chorries, and t he score
a-irds, whichi were tiisilly hand
Someo, hand painltod bunchlles of
ellirivs, t work of a Nowberry
artist, Miss Doumchka Martin.
The pune bowl wits presided over
by one or more of thoe young ladies
itad erry punch was servol.
Thomo prvsornt we(r(%.
Mrs. T. C. Pool.
Mrs W. H. Carwilt.
Ars. ,,as A. Burton.
As. I. jC. Jol
Mlrs. Wml-. E,. P'vibatn.
Ars W. 11. Hunt.
Mrs. A. If. I'oples.
Mrs. J. W. MJ. Simnmons.
Mrs. Jos. E. ':orwood.
Ars. 0. MeR. Holmes.
Mrs. S. J. Wooten.
A rs. Burr H. .1ohnstote.
Mrs. F. Z. Wilson.
Mrs. G. U. Sale.
Mrs. B. M. Dennis.
Mrs. Jnas. McIntosh.
Mrs. A. P. Pifor.
Mrs. D. F. Pifer.
Mrs. Frank R. Hunter.
Mrs. Wm. L. Seabrook.
Mirs. F. A. Schuminprt.
Mirs. Eduard Scholtz.
Mliss Mtary Burton.
Mliss Laura Blease.
Mliss Mlimio Alerrimion.
AMiss Potbury, of WaIshlington, D.
A very pleasniit hour was spent
at muggins. Airs. Jos. 10. Norwoodl
wvas awvarded t he Ii rst priz/o, 31 whiite
aigretto of satin >.ud1 flowersi, lad
Mirs. Drury Fani Pifer wa3s t he rei.
pienit Of t he consolation in~ the shape
of a dainty13 bottle of delicious wine.
Mliss Hiarriett e Meclvr IlaeavellI
v'ery charnmngly' ai graciously en
tertainted her music cliass ait six
o'clock Satuiirday a fter'noonti . D)a1inly
refreshmients werel served.
Miss Elsie D)uvall, oif Cherawv.
Miss Lucile D)ickert.
Mliss Adel i no Johnlstonre.
Miss Ethyl Bowers.
Miss Ruby Summer.
Miss Bnatrae ico Bd.nbaugh,
Mliss Mlarthia Johnstone.
Miss. Corrie Hanvirdl.
Miss Ednaii Hipp1.
Miss Lucy Wright.
Miss Marie Whitak"r.
Miss Margaret, Williamson.
Miss Lera Long.
Mists Maye Langford.
Miss Mariet ta Langford.
Mliss Juanita Lanigford.
Miss Hielent Smit.h.
Miss Verna Summer.
Mii; Alice Aull.
Miss 013a West.
Miss Sarah Gloggans.
Miss Ruby .Goggans.
Mliss Reaba3 Bouknight.
The "Sorosis" at Prosp)eri ty was
most charmingly entertained by Mrs.
F. E. Schuimpart on Tuesday after
noon at. 5T o'clock in honor of Miss
Francis Rawl and1 Miss Madge Fort
of Marion. The book discuised was
"The Leopard's Spots,"' and inters.
ing papers were read by Miss RawI,
Mrs. J. 8. Wheeler and Mrs. F. E.
Solhumpeat. At the previous moor
ing "The Crisis" was discussed and
the northern arnd southern views
awore very interest ing. After t he
E WBEQ Q Y I
reading of the papers the hostess
distributed pamphlets on which were
written the names of some of the
characters in the different books that
have been discussed by the club.
rhe letters in thon had been some
what changed and necessitated just
ia little thinking on the part. of the
members. The prize was won by
Miss Annie 1elle WiRe. Delightful
refreshnemts were served.
Tkoso present were:
Mrs. C. T. Wyche.
Mrs. G. Y. Hunter.
Mrs. Wm. Moseley.
Mrs. Maggio Russell Wheeler.
Miss May Lee Barre.
Miss Lula Moseloy.
Miss Annie Belle Wise.
MIs8 Eva Lester
Miss Blanche Kibler.
Alist Marie Roagin.
Miss Bessio Bowers.
Aliss Lilla Bowers
Tho vi-itors wore:
Mrs. J. I Fellers.
Mliss Miinnie Fellers.
Miss Lucilb Wiso entertained the
young ladies of the graduating class
of the graded school Friday night.
The June National Magazine.
Tho beautiful girl graduate, whose
likeness adorns the cover of the June
Nattional, rellects the lightness and
chari) of the fir8t Summer number
of the popular Boston monthly.
Followiig June time, a picture and
poem frontispiece by Louise Lewin
Matt-hows, the number opens with
Mr. Chapple's Affairs at Washington,
tifteen pages of snapshot sketches
anil piet ure of life at the nation's
%'ital. John Hicks, in Our Island
it, tho Tropics, depicts life in Porto
Hiio. Curiously intimate are the
porsonal recollections of General
Gratu's Life in tho Field, by "An
Oflicer of His Personal Staff."
Charles Ferguson continues his bril
limit. exposition of The Genius of
Business; Frank E,berle tells how
fortiuem have boon won and lost n
'I'he Kansas-Missouri Zinc District;
Dalbas Lore Sharp contributes a stir
ring story of his oncounter with a
huge blacksnake-first of a dozen
nature papers he has written for the
National; F. W. Cobur discusses
The Re~actiomsats in Art ; F"rank Ptut.
nam's Note and (Commuent touches
Ilighntly) on various phases of American
life, and General Charles Dick and
Albert L. Clugh write of Akron,
Ohio, and1( Manchester, New Hlamp
shire, respect.ively. Tlwo readab)le
art icles on American railroading, a
sketch of one of America's greatest
advert isinig exports and1 a page en
graving of the newv cup defender Ito.
I iamce are t imely features Eva
llamiipton IPrat her of Atlanta con.
ribut es a remarkable novelet te of old
ot her tine storie's are printed from
lhe i.s of Norman H. CJroweoll of
Iowa, V. .H. Ljancaister of Lon isiana,
La4von ( a Cheneiy of Wisconisin,
(Clarenice Hawkes of Mtassachuiset.ts
inu,n 11. MacLean Hlelliwell of Ont a
io. The nutmber is lavishly illus
~cLharng reen tjiptothJ CtyofNe
Yor, oe o th ataheif tiae
rms a eenthe triblte Citd-orgnw
grone ofth mereiteso npae
wA feronugent imresearh our anceri
prtisimgl corepoiinent, suceeed toas
lehaerdait.in thae tharfi the osilon
It proved to be a characteristic march ~
and two-step) entitled "The Colored
Ragamuffins." lie also located ther
publishers, (The Lyceum Putblishing
3o., 111 East 14th Street, New York.) cl
~vho granted us p)ermission, after much at
)ersuasioni, to p)rint a small e.xtract from N
~he march which we annex for the bone-W
it of our readecrs,.e
BARTHQUAKH IN ASIA MINOlt.
Melazgherd, a Town of Five Hundred
Houses, on the Enphrates, is Destroy
ed and Many Lives Lost.
The foreign offico at. London
has received some details from the
Britiah consul at Erzeroum regarding
the recent eart hquake at Melazgherd,
according to which a strong earth.
quake shock, lasting thirty seconds,
was felt oti the morning of April 29,
throughout the entire district be.
tweon Lake Van and the Russian
frontier and as far west as Kharput.
The town of Melazgherd, consisting
of five hundred houses, was dest royed
and much havoc was wrought in the'
surrounding villages. Col Khlit
.Bey, commanding the garrison of
of Melazgherd, with his whole family,
three other otiners and eighty sol
diers, perished in Ihe ruins. Lient
Uol Tayib Bey, w hose family 1rished,
The telegraph operator who sent
the news of the catastrophe said he
bitmself was badly injured. and that
bis wife tnd tister hlid beer I;illed
The foreign Aflive appeb d ftr sob
erilption- for Ohw relief of the di,ti
:ute Mohaimlmeuias al( Chri-tilf's
,f the iMeltzgherd (litri-t..
Vice Consul Ojalvo, at Erzoroumn,
Turkey, reports to the State depart
nent at Washington that ant earth
juake inl the canton of Moehzgherd,
litrict of Bitlis, onl 'ho 29th of April,
,aused the doath of 500 peold mi
left the city in ruins. The shie.k was
strongly felt, in Erzerouin, a journtl,
of thirty eight bours, anid throw Ile
people into a panic. MaNthy of hthm
turned their stables, which are Iilt
level with the ground, into sleeping
apartments, for greater security.
SUMMIN(I UP1' Tl: DAMAO-.
Advices to (utitantinople. front
Asiatic Turkey show that. a it trriblo
earthqtiale occurred A pril 28 at
Molazgberd, ill tho vilayet of 'a,
eight' miles soUtIMst, of l"rz0ril1.
on the Euphrates. The town was
totally destroyed, with its enti r pop
ulation, tn tubering 2,000 souls, ini
aluding 700 Armenias, as woll sit
the troops forming the garrison uf
Melazghord. Ii addition over 4100
houses inl neighbering vilhiges e,d
In a boxing coltest. in Savatitial
on Thursday niglit Jim Jeffords
knocked out Georgo Feoly, who
Lever regained consciounness iil
lied from t he effects oIf t he blow.
l'hs coroner's jury dlischl rged J1of
fords but it is thought. the mattor
nuay be brought to thle alttention of
he grand jury.
Jimn Pruitt, colored, living in t he
Jross Anchor section of Spartatn
*)ug, went to iSpartanburg last week
'umnd appeared before Magist rat.
Kirby with a pitiful t ale- how somie
evhite men several days before lad
tken himit from his homne antd ad
Ilinist.eredI a severe beating. Th'
'-ace will be inuvest-igat od. The negro
sould assign 11 noc for sneh pun1
A sallow comitplexion, dizzinessm,
b)ihiousnesOs anl.dI a coatedl tonguei
ar*e cornmnon mdicationsg of liver
and kidney dIise'ases. Stio, inmel n
bowvel troubles, severe ans thei.y are.
though lesi painfunl at thetu si rt m. ar
much harder to enre. Theld Iford' 'g
lacuk-Dra)iught nev-er fails toi ie.~'
fit d ise.asedt Iiv~er ande we(,uaened k iii
noys. It stirs up theo torpid li ver
to throw off the g'rmis of leven d
aguie It is a cet'lain revenit ive
ofcoeaand Blrigh1t's dliseaise of
the kidneys. W\ith kidneys ret
iuforced by 'Theduford 's )lack
D)raughit thtousands of pertsons have
dwelt iuinunn in the midst of 5,e..
low feve'r. Meany f;aniieos live in
perfect healh mal have no otheIr
doctor tha loT'hed ford01's IBlack
D)irught. It is aht.ys on handi for
us in li anI emerJgen cy a l saves
iniany ex 1enive cal ls of ai doct or.
Moliins, S. C., /'.arch, 10, 19)01.
I have us1e(ld hefrd's I1Iek.Draught
for three y'ea.--s arnd I hae not ha.d tigo
to a doctor sinc-e I have been taking~ it
it is the best meidkIine for met that is3
troubles and dyspepsia and other'
complaints. R(ev. A. Ci. LEW IS.
F HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE TIIATl
L the un dersigned has lost his stock
~rtificates Nos. 6 and 61lin the cajpit:al
ock of The Newberry Cotton Seed Oil.
til and Fertilizer Company, and has
ade application for duplicate cert ili-|
tes. D .IAIE
To the Public at Large!
Seeing the tieed of an organiza
t ton looking to giving cheap pro
teet ion im this county, we take
pleasure in recom mending to the
people as a whole, the Workmen's
Unioin Protective Association of
America, as beinr the best thing
inm the way of sic , accident I11d
burial benefits, inexistence. We
write from the age of 12 to 65.
It costs $2. 10 for a policy, and if
yotu are sick one week, we pay
you $; per' weel'ndat thedeath
of at member $5 W a burial-fund
is pail. Any one wishing protec
tion aginst'sickness or accident
at cost, ean get. it by applying to
either Eigeie S. Werts, Secre
tary and Treasurer, J. W. Ear
hardt, President, or J. W. Reeder,
Newberry, S. C March 20, 1903.
This is to certify tivit I am a member
of the Newberry bivision of the Work
men's Union Protective Association of
America, and I take pleasure in recom
mending it to those who %%ahit protec
tion in case of sickness or death. I was
sick several days, and upon presenting
my claim to the Secretary and Treas
urer, was paid promptly the six dollars
benefit due me. I again heartily recoi
mend tie company as an excellent one,
and thoroughly responsible.
G. B. Summer.
This is to certi fy that I am a member
of the Workmen's Union Protective
Association of' America, and aim proud
of it. I was sick one week and upon
presenting my claim to the Secretary
an Tlre asrer. was Paid plrom1ptly the
six tiollars be'nef it due me. I take pleas
ure in r-ecoimending the company to
good people everyvwheier. It. is an ex
cellent sick benefit insullance, and wor
thy of the SIpport of everybody.
Very respect fully,
E,. E Dickert.
Coll1oe of Cilarleston,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
118 YEAR 111iGINS SEPTEMBElR 25.
Let ters, Scieice. Enlgilneering. One
Scholar-slip to each Colmoty of South
CiolitM. ItaIn'MIC ('XaiMlination held
at N(-whewrry by Comity Superintendent
of E-:duntaion and Judge of Probate on
11uly 10. 'lition $10. Board and fur
nuishl riin it Dormitory, $ per
mont i. All amididates for admission
are pormitttd to collipete for Boyle
chii p,:ii~- which pays $100 a year.
Fl'o catallo.pue, address
and everything in the
line of STAPLE STA
TIONERY at the
HERALD' AND NEWS'
Tablets frorn 2 cents'
Come and see.
Also a line of ni1ce
Capital --- ----$150,000.00
Surplus and Profits - 96,865.88
collections. ('(ii. poateui., sdlicij I
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 2 1,000
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,200
A husn worka by~lt thle day ispaid
for th' i io lhe puis1 in at work, but
when tht~ mn saivis a idollar for his
dayi 's latr it wer ks for' himt ntights,
Is well as, days; never' Jays Ill on a.
Bonut t of htad weatheiir aid nover' gets
sic' , hnt goees riht on (arintittg himii
Ii meomeiii. lI's a nice ting to wyork
ror mon']ey , lbut it's mutch niOctr to
ijd get somei tu'" wvorking for' yoe
tiarttmient t'idayc i td let it begin to
,work for yon.I.eetcrptda
I per 'enlt Ja ntnary I andi du ly 1 of
T IE COUNTY BOARD OF EDU
cation will meot Tuesday July ?
for the purpose of appointing rustee:
for the various school districts of New
berry - County. The Patrons of an
school, who wish to do so, can meet a
any time before that date for the pur
pose of recommending Trustees to thc
County Board and should send in t<
the County Superintendent the namei
they wish to suggest as Trustees.
EUG. S. WERTS,
Chairman County Board Education.
First announcement of
the New Store.
G. B. SUMMER.
1 have bought the stock of Counts d
Dickert, andl I am going to conduct ar
up-to-date grocery business in their ol(
I extend an invtation to my friends
of Newberry and f.he surrounding county
to drop in and see me. My salesmen,
J. P. Aldridge and Clarence B. Sligh,
will be glad to see them.
G. B. SUMMER,
Next door to Mimnaugh's.
Cts OWy 5 ga
Or mal 25 cents to C
Cures Eruptions, Sores, Colo, Hivc
Worms. Tff'30 TVE31VAj
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUP1MER'1
AIR - LINE
NORTH -- SOUTH
Two Daily Pullman V
The Best Rates and R
Via Richmond and
Norfolk and Stea
Louis, Chicago, N
Points South and Sout
and Jacksonville an
POSITIVELY THE SHC
&O-For detailed informatic
man reservations, etc., ap
board Air Line Railway, c
Passenger Agent, Columbi
C. F. STEWART,
ON THE S M
IWY WANr .
WASOASTT - 0
Flor i da
A passenger serv.ice;
and comlfort,eqtuipped wv
Dining, Sleeping atndl.T
tion, write to
Small Savings are the Stepping
Stones to success and plenty
$1.00 a month deposited in our
Will in 10 years amount to $ 146 00
$5.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - - $ 730.00
$10.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - -: $1460 00
We want your business.
Have ample facilities to
accommodate our cus
The Commercial Bank
of Newberry, S. C.
7MIS Cures Cholera-infantum,
- the Bowel Troub7es of
Childrenof An, Age.
Aids Digestion, Regulates
the Bowels, Strengthens
the Child and Makes
. J. MOFFETT. M. D., ST. LOUIS, MO.
)s, Thrush. Removes and Prevents,
,COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES
HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN.
- EAST -- WEST.
estibuled Limited Trains
ind NEW YORK.
IING CAR SERVICE.
oute to all Eastern Cities
Washington, or via
mers.- To Atlanta,
his, Louisville, St.
ew Orleans, and All
d all points in Florida
RTEST LINE BETWEEN
n, rates, schedules, Pull
>ly to any agent of The Sea
r J. J. Puller, Traveling
..NE FOR BUSINESS,
..NE FOR PLEASURE,
INE FOR ALL THE BEST
plete Summer Resort Folder
ed Free to Any Address.
GfIPa. A t's. Asst. Co as"'Act.
unexcelled for luxury
ith the latest Pullman
naps or any informa.
dl IkIssenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.
BLUE RIDGE RAILW r'
w. 0. BA'b T1E, Receiver
Iit E,o t Jtines 8 Ia.
zletwtiv. A idswrioI. a- WaihaII1.
r?o. 9 No. 12 tatlIonf.. 4t. II No. V
P M. A. M. P. 1. A. M
810 966 ............... elton............... 820 IQ r-0
2 18 9 88........ i turSoU F. D......... 8 40 11 10
2 45 930. ......i ni rson P. D..... ... 3 45 11 16
........ 25........ W e8tAndteron ....... 849 .......
t C O ............... Denver.......... ... 3 .51 .
-.---... 9 02 ...............Autu n n............... 405 .........
---.---. mb) ...........Pondloton ........,.. 4 11
-------. 41 ............. C hrry............... 4 i
------.. 3 44........ ......Adai . . 121
>............... seneca.............. 4 .1
..---.-- 8 ut;....... ..W t-13t. Unjion .......- 6 4 ....
. ... 8 00-............ W lllha%lla ............ b 0oi .
All regular t-ruIins omBtor1 to atitalia.
,:ave precedecnc over trains of a ti clastj
a Isi li i I o pogite direotton unlotit oti
0! w P001 led U.Y trat ni order.
Wl wl i 8to at thle followltlg s'ations to
Ja- i and Tnt or Paggeligord: Phinnoy's
J-inea anid S.aiidy hip'rfugs.
. 1%. AJN MlUikWMN Superintendent
.AUICsIn and Western Carola Rwv Co.
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line
(1clioillo In efroct. N it oh 1, 1M0o.)
(1coat D wi ) (Read Up)
12.46l . ..........Lv Newberry ........ Ar 3.*0 pm
,.60 pin . .. Ar !.auriju, ............, Lv '.02 pim
2.V )tt ........ Lv Laurens.. .. .. .. Ar 1.80 pin
0 pat....... a Srtanburg....._Lv 12 01 pmll
I ' i l......... v i6prtaibu.g .... Ar 10.26 aui
-31 jim......... Ar Saluda............... Lv 3. 89 am
:I' . .. ......... Ar .-otlersunivalmo Lv 3.115 ain
7 m ......... . rI. -.loville....... .. Lv 7.05 a m
--:b pLi......L Nowborry (O a,&i.) 10 P1
I.4 .At- bammun 1....... ...... 2 02 p
.) p ...... Lv timirms .i.t.......... Ar 1.45 :
. " am ... A r n .......... ... p0
- il.- A i rwwoo a........... . v 1. 0 t ( n
. 6 t , I t . I, v A n . . . . . . . . . .A r I . . S a 1m
. t. r 1; vtfort. .......Lv I.b am
.t pin .-. 1 r, I oyal! .......... L v 7.40 ia
1 puL Ar l.mitilim . .........I v 203 pmii
. . ia ur u ...............
t Il ..At' &ie tvillI
h ir I fI).. i It ) tilit i r Iati., n rIt e
kx). 1 BrtY N, tnou. Ag . Groetvlife,8 iCi
14ItNE 1' WILLIAMS, Uol. PasEI. A gI.
A uip usta, da. a
I' . -. -'il, Trafilo YanuiAer. to.I
(Eastern Standard Tin e.)
'tellh - ie in Ea'oct. Ai tit 261h 1902.
8 40 umi Lv Atlanta (H.A.L) Ar. 8 30 pm
tf. 50 a m Athoens 6 119 pm
.5 mi, Elbortoxi 5 17 pm
12 S put Abboville 4 0.4 pm
I *'12 pill Ureetwood 3 35 Im
2 p . Ar Cliton (DIn'r) Lv . 2 4j pm
an of) Itl v 00nn Springa Ar 4 00 it
f r sparlaburie 3 3 pill
A2 .-:: U rnon ville 3 26 pm
Wattorloo 2 35 pm
r ..auroi(Din'i) Lv 2 i7 pm
2 Lv iaxtrenv A r I 1
2(9 " Parks Ar 1 42
2 22 ..llntol.. 1 30
2 9-! Goldvile 1 17
2 .1 ..Kinard.. 1 10
249 ...(Uary... 105
264 ..Jalapa.. 10(
310 1bewberry 1246
3 24 Prosperit3. 1282
384 ....Sligh.... 1223
3 319 l Mountain 12 19
3.61 ...Chapin ... 1209
:157 Hilton 1202
4 01 W hite Roch 11 69
4 07 Ballentine I 54
4 17 ......Irn io..... II 46
4 24 ..Leaphrt.. 11 40
4 45 ArolumblaLv 11 20
1 55 I.vco 1lumibia (A.o.z,.)Ar 11 10
1 20 Humter ) 5'.
9 20 Ar Charieston Lv 7 00
Trin" 3 iad 52 arrivo and epiat from
niew uni!n depot,
TralnN 22 r41u 81 from A. 0. L. freight depot
For Rales, Trimol T'ables, or further informa
lont call on anjy Agent. or writo to
W. (I. ClllLDs, T. M. EMERSON,
Proshient. Trafilo Manager.
J. F". LIVIN(M;TON, Ii. M. EMERZISON,*
Snf . A gt. (4en'1 Frt. & P'ase Agt
L~Oin lum i. s. C. Wilm!ugtnn., N O'
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
No taste. No odor. Can be given in
glaiss of water, tea1, ert coffee without
>atlnt 's knowledge.
White~ Ribb)on Remedy wvill cure or
lestrtoy the dIlseased appeJ)tite for alco
tlhe stiulahnts, whether the patient is
. confirmed moibriat e, a " tipplIer,"' so
mii dlrinkt:~ Or drunikard. Im1possible
or anyone to have an app1etite for alco
iolic lhquors after~ using White Ribb)on
ndlorsedl by Members of W. C. TI. U.
Mrs. Moore, pre'ss sup1erintendent of
Woman's Chiristian Tlemper'ance Union,
Ventura, California, writes: ''1 have
est;d White Ribbon Remedy on very
>bstmiate driutnkardls, aind the Cures have
uen manay. In many cases the Reedy
vas given serettly. I cheerfully reconm
nienfd andi i:.dorse WVhite Ribboni Remie
ly. Members of ourj Union Are de..
ightedl to find anf economical treatment
0 a1id US mi 0our temiperatnce wor'k"
D)ruggists or by mail, $1. Trial >ack
ige free by writmng Mrs. A. M. own-1~.
1(nd( (for ,vear's se'cetary of a Woman's
.abris tian Pc emperance U fion ), 218 Tre
nont St., Hostona, Mass. Sold in New
>erry b)y Gilder & Weeks.
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