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j KO Is? m I li f K. lb- Iv?- w I J rt - ' , -. - ft D W A Y PILLS S The Great Lirar and Stomach Hemefly For the cure of all disorders of the STOMACH. LIVER. BOWELS, KID NEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS DIS USES. LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD. AC. IE, CONSTIPATION, COSTIVE NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUS NESS. FEVER, INFLAMMATION of the BOWELS, PILES and all derange ments of the Internal Viscera, Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be ac complished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. By so doing Dyspepsia, SICK HEADACHE, FOUL STOM ACH, BILIOUSNESS, ETC., will be avoided, and the food contribute its nnnrichintr nrnnprfiM in tha hnrfu Price 25c. a box. SOLD BY DRUG- RlfiTfi. If RlnrptppnPr i nut nf thorn --- .-.. ..,, . . . ...... ( remit to RADWAY & CO..NEW YORK. BABY CARRIAGES! Vte make a specialty of mannfac. tnriDK Baby Carriages to acll di rect to private parties. You can, therefore, do better with u than with a dealer. We seed Car riages to all uolnta within TKJmlles of Chicago free of charge. Send for catalogue. GHAS. RAISER. Mfr.. 62-64 fljbonrnire., Chicago, HL A&TKfUZA CUREDI German AMhmaCurenrverVuZ, to riyoim-t mediate rcluia Uie worst rmwjnsnre comfort-1 aDie8ieep;euectacnxeswnereauouienirsu. a trial conmneet tlitwtf.atnticaU Price SOc. arid I 1.0O,0lurcBtaorbyniall SampleFaEEl ur-ti. Bumr r iiak . tst. rail. Mlan.1 SWEET POTATOES spnt out to be sprouted on sharei.No expert cnc required. Directions for sprouting FE. Address T. J. SKQJUEE, Columbus, Kan. ORSOH! find that Plso's Curb for Consumption not only PREVENTS, but also CUBES Hoarse ness. K. N. U. T. 29511. BBWhen answering any of these advortite ments please mention this paper. sSl$ SLICKER ThsWISHBRAXD the baidut stona. Taa rnwruammUrmmmAaia. Brand" trade-nark. MAT TO DcarBm: TO. write you a short letter To say I'm wonderfully better; How much that means you ought to know, Who saw me just ono month ago Thin, nervous, fretful, white as chalk. Almost too weak to breathe or talk; Head throbbing, as If fit for breaking. Aweary, ever-present aching. wmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmms MHaBlBBVbssBlBBlHBBBlBVHBBlBlBlBVBBVBlBVHHsSHBHBClBVHBlHB3LS' jf peweifrf, tavlgeratlai tealc, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription imparts strength to the whole system. For overworked, "worn-out," " run down," debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, "shopgils,,, housekeepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, it is the greatest earthly boon, being unequaled as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic "Vito "ecrlrtie " is the only medicine for women, sold by drug gists, amder a paslUva Maraata, from the manufacturers, that it will give satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. This guarantee has been jainted ons the bottle-wrappers, and faithfully carried out for many years,;? Copyrighted, 1SSS, by Womvo's Dispexsakt Medicax. Association, Proprietorc , TE OH.IO-I3ST-A.Ia YCQS T.TrrpT-ci tvwito rTTT jlssVkw.as 1 .'9Br sS . a4 easaTVt -""- aajlcj XXL V JLUX, JTXXXUO. VAYC.aA.vv a Pirely eeB tobbt Bilious Heaiac v ubi. BaKr-vuKm :pii Urdu WWR ft ihe. coaaUMuem, JaugNtiaa, Bllloma " aad M f aWanaaiMAnfa U anH rwrarab Si i.i.y-- -v m. .w. ' DEBILITY "Palne's Celery Compound has worked won ders tor me, tor after a protracted siege of suf fering from rheumatism ami general nervous de DflllT I nowfeel well and am entirely free from all pains, arterhavmg taken four bottles of the Com pound. Icheerfullycom mend It to all suffering--as I have been with se vere rheumatism and nervous affections." Fbujcts J. Tatlob, Box 38, Belle Plalne, Kansas. Paine's Celery Compound will cure rbeumatlsm.nervous debility and dys pepsia; overcome "that tired feeling. " and tone un the whole system. It acts upon the system like nothing efie, and In a way onts own It conquers these diseases. $1.00. Six for $5.00. At druggists. Wkixs. Richardson Co., Burlington, Vt. DIAMOND PAINT LIQUID 'Z' nnviun dmdico are made good not ired and CR TINb If ABIC healthy by Lactate I Food. 6ff HEAIIAflHEfe wllf 1 11 fill WlfH.fcB roslttTrl tkese Little Pills. They also relieve Dii-B tress from JUyapepsUMn digestion and f ooBearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizdnesa,Nauaea Drowsiness, Bad 'last In tho Mouth. Coated Tongnejainln the Side. TOKPID iavkx. unej retralate tho Bowels. Purely "Vegetable. Frice 25 uenis: CASTES IfEDZCIHE CO., HEW YOitZ. Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. Tho mother of a member of our firm nas been cured of a cancerous sore on her face of twenty years standing by taking S. S. S. Pendleton, Veaiiv & Kll ev, Drupgists, FarmersTille, Tei. Swift's Specific cured our babe of an angry erup tion called Eczema after the doctor s prescriptions bad failed, and she is now hale and hearty. H. T. SHOBU, llich Hill. Mo 3?Send for our boolts en Blood and Skin Diseases and Advice to Sufferers' mailed free. THE SWliT SPiCiTlC CO- Urawer o. Atlanta. Ga. TIib Best Waterproof Coat. SLICKER is warranted wattrproof, and will ki you dry In newruBMCL. eucuuu a penrci i (" Bewira oflmlUtlons. Kona rennlne wltbont tha "naa mitratad Catalogs free. X. J. Tower, Boaton, Kan, OPI0.0 BELL. But now life seems a different thing; I feel as giad as bird on wing I I say, and fear no contradiction. That Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is grand I Why, I'd have died without It! Ma thinks there's no mistake about it. It's driven all my ills away: Just come and sec I Yours ever. Mat. VeietaMi aid PerfMtly HaraltM. HARTFR iTTLE IIVER B PILLS. 1 - .4 Unequaled as a Liver PHI. Saallest, cheapest, easfc .coae Pellet a CrrrSafcfclfSiWTE m w. trea near Mnaaiaraifi "t iePiir MMMyM,MM,MMMMg;yvjL,-'jvr -"?.t Ztfg!!!iifflliagXlJg: .-. - -Wfegl; Waiter: MWiH 70a trj eootse diaMr? "NoHr;BoeoiMdmarS(Hrs. Briacw tha fiseac one jwn got v aoat com to New York rsrjr day; do we MatUOT' Doctor: "Well my dear sir, what aaems to be the seat of your disease?" Patient: 'It doesn't Beam io have any seat, doctor. It'a jompin np and down all the while." "A thousand dollars for that lilt'e pic ture!" "Yea'm,butit is an oil, yon know, and " 'Oh, yes. I did not think of that. What an awfol monopoly that Stan dard Oil company is!" An nnnnishei sign: Miss Westend "And can yon always judge of a man's character by the way he laughs?" Social Philosopher "Oh, no; not by the way he laughs, but by what he laughs at Mrs. Lenox Hill (getting ready to leave town); "Lenox, where Bhall I hide three silver spoons in case thidves break in? Do yon think between the mattresses woald be a good place?" Mr. Lenox Hill (who know what he is talking about): "Nonsense! Put them into one of jour dress-pocketB in the closet, and if a burglar finds that he de serves the spoons" "Who is your family physician. Freddie?' asked Mrs. Hendricks, of the brown boy. "We ain't got none," said the boy. "Pa's a homepatb, ma's a allapath. Sifter Jane is a Christian scientest, grandpa and grandma bnys all the quack medicines going. Uncle James believes in massage, and brother Bill is a horse doctor." An historian's definition of matrimony. Choice difficult success doubtful engage ment perpetual. For Throat Diseases, Coughs, Colds, etc., effectual relief is found in the use of Brovm's Bronchial Troches." Frice 25 cts. Sold only in boxes. When rogues agree honest men catch the deuce. Long-continued embarrassment: Wife (lenderiy) "Do you remember, Charles how embarrassed you ere when you proposed to me?" Mr. Jiardup: "Ho dear; Pye been so embarrassed since we were married that I had forgotten all about it" Dntiful daughter: "Now, don't ask me to marry that man. I admiro and reaper him, but I do not love him." Practici 1 mother: "Oh, that don't matter. Yen won't EC e him often enough to grow tired of him. He'ts a politician." The State of Teias on coming into the Union reserved to itself its public lands and afterward dbvotod the alternating sections to promota schools and aid railroads. Ihe Houston and Texas Central It. R. Co. was the first to bni!d and select from the then pnblio doma n. Por some years it has been at the ineroy of iis credit o.s, but has recent ly been reorganized and is now ready to part with its landed estate, and make title thereto. By an announcement to be fonjjd elsewhere, it will be seen tbat sottleis can have time in which to complete purchases. The women without a bustle looks like a hen canght in a rain storm. "Killed by remorse!" is the startling headline of an exchange. Hang remoue, say we. ' A Great Legacy to bequeath to yonr children is a strong, olean, pure constitution better than wealth, because it will never prove a curse. You cannot give what oo do not possess but mothers will find in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription a wonderful help correating all weakaeEses, bringing their systems into peneot condition, so that their children, un tainted, shall rise up to call them blessed! There is not a. druggist in all the land Bnt always keeps a stock on hand. When a schoolmaster flogs a boy can the boy's parents bring an action of taught against the teacher? BARBED "WIRE. If you have barbed wire fences, keep Vet erinary Carbolisalve, in your stables. It cures without a soar and renews the hair its original color. 50 cents ajd $1.00 at Drug gists or by mail. Cole & Co., Blask River Falls, Wis. The chap that is accustomed to getting "high" knows what it is to rise with the "lark." With the four new states added to the thirty-eight, Uncle Sam will be fair, fat and forty-two. A Square Statement by Carpenter. "For yoars I have had a chest trouble amounting to nothing short of consumption. I saw how others in liKe condition had been enred by the ase of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and resolved to test its merits in my ova case. The results are so plane as hardly, to require a bitstock or any aitaer-ment in favor of this grate remedy. It does awl it claims! It builds up the sys tem, supports and strengthens where others fail." He adz: "My recovery, which is now on a sure foundation, hinqes entirely on ihe compass of this wonderful Be-torntive. having tried other remedies without a bit of relief." We have great respect for the penetration of the man who discovers good qualities in us. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla, tVhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, (Hien she became Hiss, she clung to Castoric, SYhen shi had Children, she gave them Castorbfc - A Rochester man celebrated Washington's" birthday by putting an egg under his hen and telling her to hatchet. Cesauaaptloa Barely Cared. To the Editor: Please inform your read ers that I have a positive remedy for Con sumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been permanently cured. I shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy nxxto aay of your readers who have consumption if they will send ma their Express and P. O. Address. Bespect folly.T. A. 8LOCUM, M. G. 181, Pearl 8L,N.T. m Photographer: "Your sob, the student,had half a dozen photos taken a long time ago. Here is a proof I bapoen to have by me; a capital likenes, don't yon think? But the young gentleman hasn't paid for them yet, I am sorry to say." Father: "H'm! that's a good deal more like him." Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contain Mercury, as Mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole sys tem when entering it through the mucus surfaces. Such articles should sever be used except on prescriptioDB from reputable physieiaBs, as the damage they will do are teafold to the good yon can 1 03eibly derive from them. Ball's Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O., contains bo merourv and is taken internal! and acta directly upon the blood and mooes surfaces of the system. la buying Hall's Catarrh Cure, be aare yoa get the geauiae, iL? M? fc11 d Toleio, OUebvF.J. ChaeevArn. . , 1 1-mU by DraggUta, price 76o par bottU. BICHAiXTA CLABi. The New Gold FieWof South ern California. Placer Mines Exceedingly Rich Stamps and Quartz 24111s to be Put in Quartz Leads of Pure Gold Foundta H Directions Not Enough Water Flour Thirty Dollars a Barrel; Other ovIlou3 Scarce. Ios Ahgkles, Cai., March 12. The first rebableaews from the Santa Clara gold fields reaohed thb city. The Placer mines are much richer than was first reported. Probably $10,000 have already been taken out. Fifty Mexicans are at work in the camp, but not one of them will tell the truth. I caught at least a dozen batives putting nuggets in their mouths, hnd when asked if they were having any luck said no. I caught a Mexican woman puttinj her hand to her mouth and she took out a nugget worth $10. Two young men with a crude rocker have taken out $83 in two days. Several placer claims were sold in camp for $500 and $700 each. Thirty Mexican soldiers have arrived at the camp and srood order nrevaila. Thn far no trouble has occurred. Senor Spacer threw a pistol on a rock and it exploded, sending a ball through his right leg. The Mexicans and Ind-aus have commeaoed to gamb'efor gold dust, and at night the camp is very lively. Sixmimng companies have besn formed at Enr enada and stampers and quartz mills will be built at once. Quartz leads of free gold are being found in all d reo'.ions. 8caroaly a prospector re turns without a rock of glittering pol J. Water is not very plenty, but will lust for several months. The Mexicans and Indians as a whole do not work in the water, bat scrape around in the crevices between the rooks. They dig out a large hole to bed rock and scratch in the dirt with their spoons for nuggets. The Americans on the ground are using the rocker and gold pan with great success. Provisions are scarce, and flour sells at $C0 a barrel. A newspaper correspondent turned cook for a party of t ju men to enable him ts exist. Hundreds of poor men who have walked to the mines without any money are stranded, and de pend on their neighbors for grub. Thou sands of men and boys are working their way toward oamp without money or grub. Great Buffering is sura to follow. Those who are equipped for a month's work are. doing well and taking out plenty of the prec ions metal, and the average value of th nuggets taken out is about $60. Over 3v0 prospectors are in the surround i' g hilh looking for quartz ledges. Gaskell and Bennett have located seven ledges and work wdl commenoa as Boon as tools and machinery can reach the camp. The men with whom the Republic correspondent is camping have taken out over $200 in three days. E. S. Babcock, jr.. of Chicago, proprietor of tie Hotel del Coronado, telegraphs from Lmenada as follows: "there is nothing discouraging whatever. It is simply immense. Edwards, the hotel mab, left here a week ago to ba gone two days. He has not returned, and his busi ness of $0 a day is neglected. The quartz ledges are very rich and large enough to warrant the feeling that the camp will be a permanent one." Prof. C. E. Anthony, mining oxpert. writes as follows from Ensenada: "I be lieve the gold belt to be almost continuous for 150 miles and below that copper and iron predominate for the next 100 miles. I look on the Santa Clara discovery as somewhat simi'ar to the discoveries which led to the development at Dead wood." "The recent quartz discovered' m the neighborhood of Santa Ciara will give per manency to the mining industry there. The placers will probably be exhausted in a few months: I believe tbat other gulches equally rioh will be opened up; in fact I know it, al though little is being said of this, l'he gold is being brought on into Ensenada and being oi-tributtd among the merchants and Mexicans. The gold is going into El Real more than Enteaada. I know the penin sula to be rich and permanent. The placers will not la t long but the ledges are to be relied on. The industry will be permanent, but Santa Clara is limited in extent only, a spoonful out of the backet." The result of this boom will be beneficial to the entire peninsula. It will build it up and settle it with miners and agriculturists. During the past twenty-four hours, over 2,000 men have left San Diezo and L03 An geles for the mines. The shops nnd stores in both thesa cities are running short of supplies. Every gold-pan and shovel to be found in San Francisco has been shipped southward. The excitement shows no signs of abatement. Will Enter Oklahoma or Burn the Gras3 to the Chickasaw Line. Wichita, Kan., March 12. Harry Hill was seen regarding the Oklahoma invasion. He says he has formulated bis plan. The boomers are to be massed at Caldwell and Hunnewell. These he himself will lead. A company from the west will be in charge of Colonel Cole. A competent leader will have control of the southern bodies. He coun sels a wait of a few weeks on the president's proclamation, and says in thirty days hn o-n cross the line with a larger body than Payne ever had. If pursaedhe will cat every wire fence in the Cherokee strip and burn the prairie grass to the Chickasaw Na tion. He will go to Fnrcell Mondar. Mayor Riley, of Caldwell, was here and says soldier hare increased in number along the line, and there is no entrance 10 the territory without a permit from the Cherokee Strip Cattle company. Colonel Crocker, in a letter to Hill, says that the 30,000 people in the Chickasaw Na tion are wild and be cannot restrain them. Captain Coach in a le ter from Parcell says something must be done, as the people there will not keep quiet. A formidable Oklahoma organization has been completed by the old soldiers of this Eection, and many want to join the invsion. The matter will be decided at a meetirg Monday night. Ereryday wagon trains of from fire to twenty pass through the city for the line. The Indiana District Attorney. Washixqtos, D. C, March 12. A special meeting of the cabinet was held at whioh all the members were present. Nothing was done, it is reported, beyond considering the appointments necessary to enable the heads of departments to get them into working order. The list is guarded with exeeedin? care. When it be came apparent that the senate would not confirm we nomination of Solomon Clay. pool to be district attorney for Indiana, Jastfce Harlan appointed Clayoool tempor arily to fill the Tacancy. During the winter the grand jury at Indianapolis f iuad a num ber of indictments based on alleged Tiola tioasoltae election laws. These indict ments, Mr. CIa;p ml announced a few days ago, ne wouux not prosecute, and to-day Justice Harlan informed Attorney General Miler that be had recaired CTaypooTc formal resignation. Within a few days tot vacancy will be filled as the business of the court has been accumulating at a rapid rate, me uiuuaai aocxet owog a Ty targe one The Gold Mines a "Sell." Lox. Asaaxas, Cai, March 12. Report! that tee Lower California mining boom wa started in the interest of land comranie) are in eirealation, and the excitement it soawwaateaeecea. Awnwesaie firm here has rseeirwd from its foreman, who has jasj arrived at Sen Diego front the siiningdis. trs ttMfaltariaffMtcxamr TU every, bedyieiaveetigate. The miaee area ll. - jr. v faee, aaa prooured iauaediate relief by Muur Saltation OiL ..-.-V s MraWMLflLBstLD.r 435 K. Carey Bfc,BeIta, Md. A CMemgo lover bet his girl that aeeeald tell wbat she was thinking of. He thought she was thinking of him, bat she waaa't: it was about Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, wbieh had just cured her of a dreadful cough. Interurban is a word comins into ase in the west a to rail road rates between cities. It is an odd piece of word-making, but not s 3 much so as "frivol," the verb descriptive of frivolous, whioh the New ork Herald is tryingto force into nee. Experience teaches: A gentleman thrsw a bootjack st his strong minded and strong t03gued wife the other day. He thinks a Dotato-grater beats all creation in removing hurfrom thebead. "Madam, I have come to thank you." murmured a tramp to a woman oat west. "What have I done for you?" asked the woman, surprised. "You refused to give me one of these dumplings you had for dinner yesterday." "Yes, I remember." she replied. "And you gave one to an old man who cleaned up your door-yard?" "True again. He was as industrious as yen were lazy, and deserved it" "Madam," continued the tramp, solemnly. "I owe you my life. It killed him." Why she failed: Mr. Goodheart "I sympathize deeply with yonr affliction. Your daughter, I understand, was a charm ing poetess, though Inever saw any of hei poems copied." Mr. Highmind "No, poor child; she was very refined." "My dearest Nellie, I could not rest until Ihadoome and made an effort to dispel the gloomy thoughts that, which to judge from ypur letter of yesterday, threatened to de velop into suicidal mania. :Tistrne Alfred has jilted yon, the wretch! Still try to act likeasensiable girl, and look out for an other to take his place." "Your advice comes too late, darling." "Good gracious Nellie, yen surely haven't taken poison?" "Well, n-n-no; but the fact is, I I became engaged again yesterday!" "John," she said softly, "have you been say ing anything aboat me to mother lately ?" "No," replied John. "Why do you ask?" "Because she said this morning she believ ed you were on the eve of proposing to me. Now, I do not wish yon to speak to mother when you havennythm? of that kind to say. Speak to me and I'll manage the business with mother." And John said he would. Slio Broke the Engagement because she saw that ho had ccaied to love her. Her beauty had faded, her former hiErh spirits had given p'ae to a dull lassi tude. What had caused this change? Func tional derangement; she ws suffering from tho;o aliments peculiar to h;r sex. And so their two yonng lives drifted apart. How needless, how cruel! Had she taken Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription she might have been restored to health and happiness. If any lady reader of the-e line is timi'arly afflicted, let her lose no time in procuring the "Favorite Prescription." It will give her a new lease of l'fe. Sold by druggists under a positive guarantee from the manu facturer?, of perfect satisfaction m every case, or money refunded. See guarantee on bottle wrapper. Putting him to the test. He (reading): "Now, that's what I call comon sense." She: "What's that, John?" He: "An eminent physician says that if men would walk np and down-stairs more they would be health ier." She: "That's a sensible doctor. By the way, I wish you would go down in the cellar and bring up a load of wood and some coal before you go to bed, John." lDT lEDY'rtpJ For Stablemen and Stockmen. CURES Csti, BweUlagfl. Brolut, Sprains, Galli, Strafes, LunessM. StlSneii, Cracked Xeeli. BcntckM, Coatrmetloas, Flesh Wounds, Strlngis.lt, Bars Throst, Dlstsnper. Colic, Whitlow, roll Eril, rirtul. Tnsiors, Splints, Blngbonts and Bpavla in IU tarty Stages. Directions wlta each bottle. At Druggists and Dealers. THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO., Baltimore. Md. Diamond Vera-Cura FOB Ol'SIT.PMA. AND ALL blOJIAlll THOIELIS SICI1 AS: Jndlpcstion. bour Stom.icli. Henrthurn, Xausea. Gid diness. Co list cation. Fullness after eating, Food Rising in the Moutti find UNgreeable taste niter eating: Ken omnes ind Low Splr.tt. At Druggists tint' JUaltr orient by mail on receipt If 25 cts is boxen ltt)i ut t.aiups. Sample sent on receipt of tcent. Stamp. THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO, Ealtlmore. Mtl CHOICE TEXAS LANDS Rare Chance for Settlers. The Rallroa'd System of Texas havine developed so (aato bring within easy access of good interior and seaboard markets tbo lands granted to tha HOUSTON&TEXASCLOTLRY.CO. It has been determined to offer to settlers the Renowned Agricult'l Lands Located alone the line of the Fort Worth t Denver Citr B. It., beginning with Wilbarger County, comprising- 200,000 ACRES In farms of 160 acres and upward. These land were located br the Company among the earliest, with especial cars as to soil, timber and water. They are adapted to the growth of cotton, corn, oats, wheat, barley, rye, Tegetables. orchards acd gardens and the various domestic grasses. Situated in the elevated and healthy region known as the Southern Panhandle of Texas, they possess a genial climate, favorable to man and beast, where outdoor work can be carried on the year round, and are in marked contrast with regions of early and late frosts or of destructive blizzards." Population is fast pouring in. and local government Is already established, with schools, churches, Ac. Tbbxs or 8alc: One-fifth cash, balance in four equal yearly payments, with interest on deferred ptments. For farther information aa to these and lands is adjacent counties, apply t J. IS. NAPIER, Vernon, Texas, vwho Is prepared to show to purchasers); or to C. C. CiBBS, Land Ag't, Houston, Tex. If You Have CONSUMPTION. BRONCHITIS, SCROFULA, COUCH or COLD, THROAT AFFECTION, WASTING of FLESH, Or assy JJiteam where the Threat and XMna are Inflamed, Zaek ef Strength or Serve Teveer, you eon he retieeed and SCOTT'S EMULSION or PURE COD LIVER OIL "With 'Hypophoephites. tAiATeLCis Milk. jUk fmr SceH's Emultlon, end let no mtftmmmUem'er mUettaHen induce yam in SaW fry all DrpgitU, wiaaenelafeaflke rrjAcoEson TRADE wJaBJJzjfL MAWKj nak'"5u?DCT . MBk I m IWtkMUlQMaiLl.. 1 : T" 1 SS1 aBav- er wl - -gS prWiBwi; aSsje 'T- j9 saw-a " mi att aTwsT5'B3!!Ly'' "T '3H Jakarta. 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