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New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, June 12, 1910, Image 43

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terval of aiming, until the muzzle was di
rectly on his heart. He steeled himself to
wait; then he caught, in the thousandth
part of a second, a tongue of flame. He
never heard the rejx.rt. The cry that hurst
from i.i^ lips was rather a cry of relief than > >f
fear or pain. He wheeled wildly about as a
V,;; turns on its axis, and fell at length, fate
downward, his fingers convulsively clawing
Agroan of relief went up from those stand
ing about, rtlief from the broken -usjx/nse
The phj-sician was instantly at the side ol
the prostrate ii^'ure. Compte <3<- Penet lay
on his face, and his arm-, \mt^ outstretched
as though desi»erately elinj^in^ to the earth
from which he had been so terribly banished.
The r^ur^eon seized one wrist and felt for the
pulse.
" Dead!" he announced with ensp brevity.
Then they turned him, and into the
faces of those bending over came bewilder;
rneni. <»n the fine textured whiteness of the
linen shirt was not to be found a intfe
stain save that of Uie earth to which he had
fallen?
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j| there's not a smart in a whole tube of it. ||
| Every Druggist Sells It 1
Put up in a collaptlK hv -,. n,, . metal tul* hold- A Trial Tul*- for 2 cents. Send your name and &
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10,000 Corns
This Removes the Corn
Jin- „r\ \v <•i - 1 i-»»rns respond imf..il
iagty to the first touch of Blue-jaj lorn
Plasters.
\ f ( |t rin^r of downy softness instantly
,t..p" ;.ll chafing and pain.
\ |,it ( ,f wonderful rin.li. ation begins
„t th. same t i vi«- t«. v*mx the corn out.
In forty-eighl hours il comes away
f r . . !v and neatly.
Painless and safe. Absolutely effective.
No liquid to spread and l ' aus * soreness
—no nasty salve -no discomfort what
ever.
Blue=jay
Corn Plasters
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A Day
Jllustrah'on Actual Size^
Nofe Hie Narrow Band
Adhesive Sfrip-wrapsVound foe toe.
\ This Protects \t
These marvelous plasters have done
tlnv for millions < >f people.
Mm. than ten tli<>ii-;iiiil are •'"■ld every
day, mainly through what cured people
Nil u t hers aboul them.
Thai means thai Blue-jay removes
about HUHMI corns every day.
Get a package and try it All druggists
everywhere 10c for small box; 25c for
larg* box.
If you wish to be further convinced be
fore spending even ten cents, ask us to
mail you a sample — free.
Bauer & Black— Chicago
Makers of Surgical Dressing*. Etc
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