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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FKIDAV, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1898.
or 6omih Sormpgttbnk J
McCains, Sept. 13. The numrner U
ended, the harvest is past, and ' the mel
ancholy day have come, the sad dent of
the year;" the Ian rose will soon shed
its 'fragrance, the sweet-voiced birds
will seek the warmer climes and leave
us lonelv ; Time is swiftly passion and
we are all rapidly traveling to our eter
nal home. It has been asummerof much
sickness. Never had our surrounding
community had as many sad deaths and
Last Thursday morning at 10 o'clock,
Mr. Waller Neon's spirit took its tliuht
back to the (iod that gave it, after live
weeks of lnt use suffering from a brok
en back. During his h 111 ict icinn his ex
pression was, if it was Hod's will to take
Iii ni he was willing to go at his sum
mons. Funeral services were conduct
ed by Rev. J. M. White, Friday tnorn
11114 t it o'clock at lh residence of Mr.
W. 11. Walker, where the accident oc
curedjinterinentat he Matthewsgrave
vard. We extend to the bereaved rela
tives, wife and two little ones our deep
est s mpathy and point them to Him
who r.as said 1 that He would be a hus
band to the widow and a father to the
The protracteil m e ing closed at this
place last SauiiHiii uiglii. He v. J. H.
(Hood pasture, of Nashville, assisted Kev.
M. K. Uabard in toe meeting, preach
iug tome apleiidid tioapel and eon 1-reviving
sermons. The christians were
strengthened and revived, twelve per
sons were converted aud nine added to
The visitors we have recently had in
our midst were: Mr. and Mrs. McDon
ald, of Kvergreeu, Misses Blanche
Hcott, of Columbia, and tfallie Polk, of
Carter's Creek, guesof the Misses Max
well ; Misses Birdie and Bonnie John
son, of Coruersvllle, visited their aunt
Mm. K.J. Moore; Mrs. Nallla Ferry, of
Nashville, at Mr. J. W. B. Thomas, Miss
lora Cooper, of Ml. Pleasant, was the
iruestofher frieud. Miss Media Wil-
burn; Mrs. Fannie Well, of Wksburg,
Miss., spent three weeks with her
brother, Mr. Sam Yancy, near the old
home of her childhiHjd: Mr. Ben Fly
and wife, of Concord, ere guests of his
brother, Mr. W. J. Fly; Mr. James Woo
dy, of Santa Fe, spent several days with
P IS SOUS, OirSSI B IVUUfc. IUU 1' " uv
The school at this place is progressing
hheij , ith an enrollment of ninety
five uiidiIs. under the coutroll of the as
sociate principals, Profs. Harris and
Hcott. with Mixs Agnes Scott as assist
ant. Mrs. Lizzie W hite, of Campbell's
station, a former graduate of Howard
Female college, and au accomplished
ladv in music, art and elocution, has
chame of the music class.
Mr. D. Wilsford and wife visited
friends in Giles county last week.
Mr. Doak Walkex, accompanied by
hi ftisier. Mian Nannie, returned to
Oawaon, Texas, last week.
Mr. John lliitcherson Hud wife were
recently ill our midi-t a week, looking
for a home. We gladly welcome such
citizens into our midst. " '" '-
Prof. H. li. Hairis accompanied two
ot the young ladies dial lini-lied the
senior course at this place lat spring
(Mioses Klla 'I homas and Stella II. .me)
to Lebanon last week, aud entered
them in the tumor department of Cum
ber and University. We wish them
much success in their new Held of
Mr. Bruce Pickens, of Mooresville, Is
back iu our midnl, and has his saw-mil!
Ksn. ine Matthews and Prof. Scott
made a Hying trio to Concord and
tor VmIIhv this week.
Misses Tom (iilbroih, Jim Howell and
Felix Nelson are erecting a nice frame
it weMniii-bouse for Mr. Dan Wilsford
VV'ishinir the HKKALD much success, I
remain its Omkoa.
iamsport, were visiting tn our commu
Mrs. W.T. Harris, of Wllliamsport,
was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Rob
ert Pigg, last Week.
Miss Emma Kinzer visited Miss An
nie Jones, of Santa Fe, for a few days
Mrs. J I,. Williams v'sited relatives
near Williamsport last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fleming were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Riach, of
(ii)t-hen, last week.
Mr. aud Mrs. Ad Forgey visited rela
tives near Williamsport on yesterday.
Mrs. Alexander is quite sick at this
A tiny little girl has arrived to glad
den the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Garwood's SaiNiMiarlllB for the bio d
ifnaratitftMi r.ocnre A B. Rain
GO WHERE YOUR
SHOE MONEY -:
GETS THE GREATEST SHOE VALUE.
Timmons. Sent. V This 1 OtlPRfllTiA
Monday evening, as the shades of night
gather over the earth, I will try and
write a few lines for the dear old Unit-
Bio. Eubank ti I led his regular ap
pointment yesterday, and delivered a
Miss Sarah Stone, of Robertson coun
ty, is visiting friends and relatives here.
Mis U Seatou. of U iberts' Bend.
and Mr. Winrietd Harris have been
visiting friends and relatives at Mt.
lhe protracted meeMnur henn at
Knob Creek church yesterday.
Mr Dock Willis, of Columbia, is
spending a few days with homef.ilks
on Friday. September 7. the dark
Angel of Death came to the home of
M r. T. C. Adams and claimed for its vie
tim their little baby. Mother and fath
er, weep not. for Uod knows best
Mr. . I. W.Thomas is on the sick list
Miss Lililo Dean spent Saturday and
Sunday with homefolks.
Miss hlma Walters, of ML Pheasant.
is spending th s week with Miss Lee
M isses Rosie Lee and Nora Turner.
of Nashville, are speuding this week
with their sister, Mrs. C. V. Hull.
As ever, Littlk hcno.
Dl.ea.ca of the Blood and Ncrvra.
No one need suffer with neuralina. TliU
disease is quickly and" permanently cured
by Browns' Iron Bitters. Every disease of
the blood, nerves and stomach, chronic
or otherwise, succumbs to Browns Iron
Hitters. Known aud used for nearly a
quarter of a century, it stands to-day fore
most among onr most valued remedies.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
This is a (rood rule to follow, and
any reasonable man or woman knows
that a regular
is the place.
We are confident that we have
the best Man's 2.o0
shoes in Columbia, In tan or
box culf, on any last.
We are selling a Man's Tan
Willow calf Shoe, lined
throughout with calf for ijCJ.OO
sold in most stores for $4 00.
Two-thirds of a man's life is spent
in his shoes; surely they ought to be
carefully made, so he can have com
fort Come to us and we will take
pleasure in fitting your foot. We
carry in stock everything from a C
last to a i) wide. Our English last is
especially comfortable and easy
wearing ;. it is tits most stylish last
for fall : be sure to see our stock be
fore you buy your fall shoes.
T. I. FIGI11S.
know: but "lhe filrest flowers orten
fndenile bio. mi ig. and sometime.
the hriifhtest lives dr o: and die in the
verv morn ng of their existence, ana
fe gathered Into the ever-tilling garner
of l..d. He leaven a father. motne
brother aud two sisters, and a numoer
of relatives and friends to mourn Ms
Iom. The funeral services were con-
ducted at the Cumberland Fresoytertan
I'kn.nh at II n'nlnolf hv ItnV. Mr. WttV-
nick, and the remains were niierrea in
the l.nftln Cemetery.
There s a great deal oi sicKtiess in
and around here. Mr. Algie Johnson
U verv low with bilious fever, ana
Messrs. John and Pat Donley also have
the fever, and Mr. Ed Marshall is als
n I the sick list.
Molasses making Is all the go here
HOW. UBAHTA ASllUDllJl
thehomeofhis mother, in Lawrence
county, last week, who is very sick.
Mr. W. M. Foster and wife nave re
turned from their visit to relatives in
We were sorry to hear of the death of
Mr. Frank Murphy, of Bethel, which
occurred last Saturday at 8 o'clock a. in.
He had been atnicted all or his lire, and
the sufferings of bis last few years were
Intense at times. He belonged to the
Church of Christ, and lived a consistent
member of the same, and we have the
blessed assurance that he fell asleep in
Je.us. The bereaved relatives have our
deepest sympathy, for we know it mat
ters not now wen any one is prepared
to die, it breaks the tender cords of the
heart to have to give up thoe. who are
near aud dear to us. Fillils.
Lodrbak, Sept. 13. After some , days
of absence, I will beg a little space in
thegiandold Herald. I his leavesour
place very busy and promising. TI e
tanners are kept closely engaged pre
paring their lands for wheat sowing.
'in. - ..,4 1 j a. Arr hopd that aum rtt
the farmers can't plow any more until
It rains. It has not rained here much
for four weeks.
We are sorry to note the death cf Mr.
Kobt. Sears. He had been 111 for about
three months with typhoid fever. He
leaves a widow aud several little chil
dren to mourn his loss.
Mr. A. B. Fleming, of Franklin, has
begun to move his saw-mill from for
ty's branch to the north side of Lick
Creek on the Baltimore branch, where
he has purchased a large lot of poplar
Mr. (ieorgp (iileepte and wife will
move into ourcouutry soon from liar-
neth. Mr. Oilespie will manage A. H.
The Bethel meeting nas just ciosea.
Several made confusion and promised
to lead better lives. We hope they will
hold on to the good work and grow
strong in the Lord.
The Christian meenng commeui;eu
last Sunday at Beach Valley. It is be
ing conducted by Brother Splvv. The
indications are mat we win nave n
Mr. B. V. Iteasiy ana aauguier, in
Lick Creek, are visiting Mr. J. T. Mor
ton and wife at this writing.
Mr. T. W. Rail has returned from m i
Pleasant, where he spent several days
with his sister. Mrs. B. A. Potts. Little
Horace Potts, son of Mrs. Ii. A.
returned with him.
There is some talk of a weaamg in
our little place soon. Perhaps we can
tell more next time.
Mr. K N. Woolard and I.add Bros,
are kept very busy getting up their
cattle from the woods to put up bj feed
for the market. They have a vei"y tine
lot of them.
Mr. Tom Prowell will soon go to Law
rence county, where he will haul logs
for Harris A- Cole Bros. Dixik.
'Continued to Seventh Page.
" Jo Dick's "
Feed Cutters have
long since been
accepted by all
mule feeders, as
the best, strongest
and most durable
Cutter made, and
they are now seek
ing the indorse
m e n t of cattle
which fills a silo easier and cheaper than
was ever done before. We have these in
poVti stock and will be pleased to have you in
Here is the old reliable "Superior,"
J AM KNOX.
There Is more Catnrrh ln this section of
the country tliiiu nil o:her diseases put to.
uether: and until lhe lust few years was
HimniiHtMl to lie incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced It a local disease,
pi-eseribed local reinedles.nud by constantly
falling to cure with local treatment, pro
nounced It Incurable, nclence ha proven
t-atarrh to be a constitutional disease, anil
therefore requires constitutional treatment.
Hail's i.'Htiirrh Cure, manufactured by K.J.
henev .v i:o . Tnlmlo. Kliio. Is the only con
at.ltutfoual cure on the market. It is taken
intm-nuiK' in iliwes troni HI droustoa teas
iirimifiil It iii-Im illr.Tt Iv on the blood anil
mucous surfaces of the system They oiler
one liiindreil dollars for unv case It fails to
cure. Mend for circulars and testimonials.
Address. K.J.Chkskv & Co., loledo, O
Hold bv DruKKistd. 75c.
HhII'k Funillv 1'illsure the best.
Jan 17 ;iy-lm
.Iamkhos, Sept. 12 As my little corn
er in this dear old paper has been va'
cant for oiiite awhile, I will again en
deavor to write a few items from this
The school at Heeeh iirove opened
last Monday, vith forty-live pupils en
Mrs. J. M. Journey and two children.
of Nashville, visited our neighborhood
since mv last writing.
Miss Ella Mai Porter, of Thompson
Station, returned home Suturdav, after
a two weeks' visit to i elatives here.
The Misses McCnrd.of Nashville, ard
Mrs. louiiL', if Kentucky, Wsitcd in
Ihis neighborhood recently.
Aij:s. nr. jiass returned mime isarur
day, accompanied by her brother, Mr
(several days ago, ,ir. more .mo .ween
happened to quite a serious accident,
aud Is conhued to his bed; but 1 an
glad to report that at present writing he
Mr. Miner .lameson, or -rtiasnvute,
spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
iMtss aine v ayce ana nine imiss nu
sie Oooch, of Franklin, visited Mrs. M
P. Duncan recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hountree aud ch 11
dreit aud Miss Lillie are visiting rela
lives at Tullahoina.
The U. U. (1's. meet with Mr. Drew
Irvin Tuesday night.
Miss Leanora Zilner, of Thompson
Station, visited here last week.
Bit V A NT STATION.
Bryant Station, Sept. 12. The pro
tracted meeting closed at flowers yes-
terdav.with twenty-two additions to
Mr. Johnson, of Cornersville, came
down to help sing during the meeting.
Mr. Billle Walker, of Kobertson, spent
afewdavslast week with friends at
this nlac'e and attended the meeting.
Mr. Will Moure and family. ot Favette-
vilie. viMited Dr. Orr and family, and
Mr. (1. B. Freeland aud family last week.
Several of the Moorei-ville people at-
tonrleil i lie mpetiiiir last week.
We are sorrv to sav that Mr. Andy
f.ilii.i., hail hi knee broken recently.
Mrs. D. F. Beaty, w ho has oeeu ick
for some time, visited Mrs. Ueorge B.n-
ton this weak.
Mrs. DnliaJordon. of Nashville, who
has been spending the summer with her
diughier, Mis. Heor-e Benton, will go
home in a few davs.
Mr. vv.O. Freeiaud went to Lewi-
1 orir ln-aiv on business.
Miss Saliie Watson will start to school
at IjeAisimrg to morrow.
With best wishes to all.
H IS SWKKTHKAKT.
RELIKF IN SIX HOVKS.
Disti toBinu Kiuuev and bladder dis
ease relieved in MX hours li "New
dreat South American Kidney Cure
It is a irreat suroris mi account ot lit-
exceeding urutnpliiess in relieving pain
in bladder. KlillieVS and hack, in male
or female. Believes retention of watel
!iiuif,l iininediatelv. If vu Want quick
roliet and cure this is the remedy. Si.hi
i.v A. B. Kains. diuggisi. Columbia.
Ten ii. f'-5 ''
Watkh Vai.i.kv, September li lt-v.
O wings ureached afCliolaily serin u at
the Metnodisl cliurcn in oiir village on
yesterday iiioruing to a very large con
gregation Brother Owing will eminence a se
ries of meetings atttosheu toe fourth
Sandav in this month.
Mis.'K J.Sowell is still iiuiteill at
her home near the valley.
Mr. and Mr. John Koomltree, of
Snow creek, were visiting in our midst
for a few days recently.
Miss Irf-llie Williams was the guest of
Miss Annie Kinzer, of V iliiatm-pori,
ttie latter part of last v eek.
Miss Sadie Williams is with Colum
1 ialnetids. She will vsit Mis Fnni:
Banks, ni Thompson Station, betoie re
t .ruing home.
Mr. uU.u. Arc" ai of "'"
Dark's Mill. Sent. 12. As the even
ing slrades begin to gllier, I will try to
Jot down what news i nave gaiuereu
for trie aear ma iikkai.u.
M iss Stella Irvine has been quite sick
with fever, but is much improved; alsu
Mrs. C. C. Irviue iscouvalecent.
Several from this neighborhood have
been atteudiug the Baptist Association
in votir city.
Mr. sain Neshitt, whohas been quite
ick. Is much improved.
Miss Henrietta Lazarus, or Columbia,
spent sever il days at the hospitable
homeor.Mrs. w.u. uuruuu lasu ween
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson visited
Mr. P. May berry last week.
Mrs. Leih. of Mt. Pleasant, and Kev
I). K. Dortch, of Co umbia, visited their
sister, Mrs. 0. C. Irvine, last week.
The brotracted meeting i ill begin ai
this place the third laird's Day in tin
mouth. Bro Willie Mortou will con
duct the meeting.
Miss Nettie Oreen has ret-irned ti
Columbia after several weeks vacuum
a the home of h. r father, Mr. Sio
Mrs. W. K Jones, of rrierson, spent
leveral davn with her mother. .Mrs. vv
t . tiordou, not long since.
Mr. P. Mavberry was down at Saw
dust Valley last week, looking at the
soil in thai psrt ot the country, with a
lew ol purchasing a fai ul.
.Mrs Minnie Teter bad a nice colt to
die last week from lock law.
.Mirrj' to hear of "urestra" getting
unit Hpe she will soon be well
I'liough t. write some more of those
ni'iithland interesting letters to the
dear old II kkalii.
Kev. Kiibanks began a protracted
tneeling at the Baugus school house
Sunday. Hope dial much good may be
Miss Mary Hunt, or spring inn.is
vUiting at the hospitable noma ot Mi-s
Beltie Oreen. Myut.
MII.MON JIVEN AWAY.
It Is certainly ratifying to the public
to know of one concern in the-land who
are not afraid to be generous to the
needy and suffering, lhe proprietors
of Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, have given
iiwhv over ten million trial bottles of
this'ureat medicine: and have the satis
faction of knowing it lias aosouueiy
mired thousands of hopeless cases.
Asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness ana an
ilUeases of the throat, chest and lungs
ure surelv cured bv it. Call on Wold
ridge iV Irvine, druggists, and get a trial
bottle free. Kegniar size ;xi3 aim i.oo.
tfvprv bottle guaranteed, or price re
funded. JuiieJ ly .S
Laska. Sept. 12 After an absence of
several weeks, we are again at our post.
and we hope to be more regular in the
rm n re than in the past.
Prof. A. C. Williams rilled the pulpit
here yesterday. There was a large
Miss .lannie rage, alter a siav or sev
eral days with friends here, has gone to
Williamson to slay a lew aays.
Miss v ligle Derryberry speut two i r
three da s iii vuur city last week.
he school at hasea is progressing
nicely under the control of Prof. J. M
I 'tin iii nan.
Mr .John Dobbins is on ine sick usi
his week at his brother's, Mr. Dove
Mrs P. L. Derryberry is having
hills. We hope she may soon be up
I'he protracted meeting win negin ai
Lasea the fourth Sunday in this mouth
conducts! bv Kev. K. ti Sowell, of
Na-hviile. Everybody is cordially In
viteu to coineout.
Well, as news Is scarce, we will close
for this time. Kosn ASb NEI.L.
Cervera ami Hli Party Bill Farewell to
Portsmouth. N. H., Sept. 12.
Most of Uim sailors and marines who
survived the disaster which befell
the worship of Admiral Piscual
(it rvera nt (Santiago, jniy .3. were
taken from Heavey's Island this
irvrnititr to the steamship Ulty of
Rome, and started on their Journey
homeward. By o'clock all were
embarked. Admiral Cervera with
his son. Ange . made farewell vl-Its
to the officers of the navy yard pre-
vious tu boarding the City of Home.
On hl av t the boat the Admiral
spoke enthusiastically to those who
accompanied him of the treatment
the Amer cans naa Hccoraeu to ine
Spanish prisoners, to his staff and
Facts About the Girl Queen.
Wilhelmina Helena Pauline
Maria. Q teen of the Netherlands.
b rn August 31, 188D, daughter of he
1 te KinK William 111 , ana ot us
second wife. Queen Emma.
She Is the only unmarried Queen
n Fjiirope, ana a great cuu.ii iur
Bhe rules over ine mosi properuus
.1 i i.
anu coutentea iiation in Auropn.
S'ip receives 1.000,000 guilders (400,
000) a year from the Dutch nation.
and has an immense private loriuue.
Her oossessions in th h tst ana
Jy HIIt'i !! HIHHIPWllWimimillTjuwi II I III. ll'wiim-ilHH mj
. -Si- Allii" u:h i 4i'' AMI' .mr
which has proven itself worthy the name
CUBkIS RELIEF crw
(' he. NeurHiK'aun1 Toothirhe
in five minutes. SourHtomach
and Summer Complaints. Prict, 25 Cents.
Id bv A. H. KAlNiS. Coillmbin. leliu
Koik Sipk. Sept It After a few
weeks absence, we conic' again with our
little budget of news.
Hro. KtibMitks tilled his regular ap
pointment al Mt. Olivet to day.
t)n last Mindav afternoon at 1 o'clock
th DeMlh Aliiie'l visited the home ot
Kev. H A Urav and claimed for its
victim Hsst"ii (irav. aaeil 17 vears, w ho
for four e ks had been ill wiih typhoid
fever. Whv Hod n his mysterious
providence should see tit to cut oft a life
, juui.g aud beaullftrt, We do not
Extkkprisk. Sept. 13. Mr. James
WiHd and Miss Lou Davis were united
m the hoiy bonds of matrimony last
Sunday m -ruing at S o'clock, by Ksi
J.O.Nelson. Mr. Wood is a nice and
iiiHiimriiiiis vounir man. and he ha.
chosen an accomplished young lady for
ins wife. We wish this couple a loug
and hanuv life.
The health ot this community is very
.cood at present.
Miss s.mma cseison negan scnooi ai
Skm Head yesterday morning. Vte
wirih her much success.
Miss Laura Pugh is visiting her sis
ter Rt 'I'errv.
Several from this place went to Mint
S.iriim to the baptizing
Miss Saludie Spain Is spending a week
with the family of W. A. Harnett at Mt.
Mr. Tom Knglish. who is attending
school at AlcOaiu's. visited home folks
A larne number from this place
attended the re-union at Kbenerer last
Saturday. They all reported a nice
lime aud plenty of good thincs to eat.
Making sorghum is the order of the
lay now. Tip- I' op.
Kttaton, Sept. 12 We will once more
try to send in the news of our little vil-
The Murphy school reunion took
place at Kbetiezer Saturday, Sept. In.
Hid was enjoyed by a concourse ol
learlv a thousand people. The greater
part of the morning was speut in a snci
able way. the old pupils tal king of their
haopy school days in '!' and 'HI. l he
opening speech was delivered by Pr-'i
W. K. M. McKlssick, and he closed In
introducing to tfre aud ence their old
teacher, Mr. W. N. M urphey, who spok
on the subject of "T''tn aud Now.' It
was erv interesting to hear him tell of
the old time schools of the present day.
The audience was next entertained by
Prof Paul Dodson, W. K. M. McKlssick
and A. A. Holt, and then an adjourn
ment was taken for dinner. The con
lonid i.r the well-filled baskets were
spread and all were cordially Invited to
-It After dinner a long address was
made bv t'apt. Fussell, which was very
interesting. The crowd then adjourned.
v ure if lad to report Mr. Bob Ben-
derman somewhat improved, and hope
that h will soon recover.
Mr Pmip. of Kttaton. was called to
drill with an inefficient feed is
worse than the old 4,by hand' way. The
XSndd feed that
plant the diversity ot crops planted to-day
with grain drills; noticeably, peas and oats.
In addition to this, it is a stronger, and
better made, consequently more durable
She is good looking, amiable and
8he is a perfect Dutch housewife,
and loves domesticity.
She wants to Hud a Prince
whom she can fall in love.
Those who have Rheumatism find
themselves growing steadily worse all
the while. One reason of this is that
the remedies prescribed by the doctor!
3ontain mercury and potash, which ul
timately intensify the disease by caus
ing the Joints to swell and stiffen,
producing a severe aching of the bones:
3. S. 8. has been curing Rheumatism
for twenty years even the worst cases
ivhich seemed almost incurable.
The Mary Dutchman
and Hancock Disc Flows
Capt. O.K. Uuahes, the popular railroad
oonnuctor, of Cnlumbta, 8. C, hail nn experi
ence with Rheumatism which convinced him
that there Is (inly one
cun- f .r that painful dig
case, lie ys: "I was a
nn-at sufferer from mus
cular Rheumatism for
two years. 1 could ad
no permanent relief
.'rom any medicine pre
scribed by my physician.
I took about a dozen bot
tles ot your 8. 8. 8., and
now I am as well as I
i-ver was inmy life. Iam
urod me, and I would fyj
uflerlng from any Wood disease."
Everybody knows that Rheumatism
is a diseased state of the blood, and
only a Mood remedy is the only proper
treatment, but a remedy containing
potash nr.d mercury only aggravates
are always foupd in the front furrow on all
Bl00(l e are "ay offering better buggies
Cm iUn mnnmr ihnn mnro ntmr orl1 tkalt
leing Purely Vegetable, goes direct to MU1 IUU lliuiiuj' tuau "uo vu oum "uuio
the very cuuse of the disease ana a per- . ,t i
munent cure always results. It is the I n miS ITllirKGl.
ouly blood remedy guaranteed to con-
c c Cfor
tain no potash, mercury or other dan-
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