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A'dMorr, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1909
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
I' i iin i t
i !hm In
i i nl
That despondency in women is a menial condition often
traceable to some distinctly female illl
Women who are well do not have the blues, neither arc
they irritable and restless. Derangement of the female
organism breeds all kinds of miserable feelings such as back
ache, headache, and bearing-down feelings. Try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. There is no doubt that
it has made many remarkable cures of female ills after all
other means had" failed. There is hardly a day that some
woman does not write us that this simple old medicine,
made only of roots and herbs, has cured her of a severe
illness alter several doctors had done their best and failed.
Ihiv are two such letters read
amine and reliable.
them they are
Itiiltlinorc, All. ' Tor folic years my life uiii a misery to
me. I hail MifiVroil A 1 1 1 1 l'einale lioiilile.s mi lon Mint I tiis
liseoiii-a";el. I liuil jrlven up all liopc of ever Itchi-well when
I l)i'i;aii to lal.o Lydia 10. I'liiLluiiii'.s Vegetable roniiinnnil. It
restored my health anil I fell as though new lite liutl heen
.'lven nie, anil I am reeomiiic inline it to alt in v I'rlemls."
Mrs. V. S. Kuril, ItL'LS l.ansilowne St., Itultiiiioif.'iMil.
ICoeUlanil, Me. was Ironhleil for a loiitf time with pains
in my hack ami .side ami was mi.sernhle in every a.. I had
iloetoreil until I wan ilNeonrn e anil HioiikIiI I wtnihl never
t,'et well. I read a testimonial ahont l.tillit ). I'iiiUhain'.s Vee
tuhle t'ompoiiml anil thintt;ht I would I ry it.
Alter taldnir three hot Ho I never wn miah-II in my life.
I am reenminemlini; I .yd I a IC. I'iiiklniin's Yoo,el:ilile ( 'onipininil
to nil my frleiuls." Airs. AVilt Vonni,', (J Coliiinlihi Aeniif,
Knr MO years Lyilla K. I'inkhaiu's Veetahle
Compound has heen the .standard remedy tor
female Ills. So Melt woman does iustiee to
herself who will not try this famous mciliclnc.
Made exclusively from roots and heihs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
Ilr.s. riiikhnui invites all sick women
to write her for advice. She has
t'uldod thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. IMukhain, Lynn, Ia.ss.
STEEL TRUST WILL MAKE CF
FORT TO CONTROL THE DRINK
ING OF THEIR EMPLOYEES
TRUST WILL BUY BREWERIES
Increase the Number of Drinking
Places and Instead of Buying Booze
in Bulk and Lying Down Beside It.
They Can Find Anywhere.
I'ltlhlrtirn. I4. Oet. 2rt. The I'nlted
Stuli' steel corporation liflN decided
to make an efiort to control the
drinking of 2.0iM) persons In Fnyoue
tottiity. Potiinylvttnm, Intori'Meil in
(lie m.iliilfiietiiri! of coke. ml will in
tost flO.oOO.OOfl, iii order In obtain
piM'loii of the nine breweries now
liitinlliK limbic tin' count v.
Willie the effort Ih'Iiih made t)
lliei'e these lr'erliM Is belliK eon
illieleit III tin- untile or the Plttftblirt; ,
HnnvtnK loinptuiy it I understood
lli.i- the liteel col'iioratlou is buck of,
' i In.- whole mute ami will try to reg
ulate the thinking of the forelHtierr,
It Ih'Iiik ilKttri-tl thai hi least 3 per
. in better retiirtu can l llleaned
taxc at one time hi onl :
the trouble lit blent to two
The mllrVuiK bank .itiil
lt.V tax payers Wen- al o'l
mien iH'nwfHtxl by two pay-
hence the liU' liKlslruie
.ill ot the tAkeit due In tie-
n the Uiwry thai people .mill
r .iftortt to pay tin lr taxi 'lie i
any other time
Ve offer One Hundred Italian Re
tt m it for any tf of Catarrh that
run not lie cured by It, ill's Catarrh
K J CHUNKY .C: CO, Toledo. O.
We, i hi nnderslitned hate Known
F .1 Cheney for the last IS years
itnl believe him perfectly honoralib'
In nil business transactions nml fi
nancially able to carry out any obli
gations made by bin firm.
W'aMltiK. Klnnuti & Marvin.
Wholesale DrURRtstt. Toledo, O.
Hall's CaLirrh Cure is taken Inter
nally. nctltiK directly ujwin the blood
nml mucous surfacea of the system
Testimonials sent fni. l'rice 7f cents
per bottle. Sold by all dniRKlsta
Take Hall's Family fills for con
AUUvh ot ivory I "tt y j -apv
. Sv.:r.; Water Power
Plant For Sale
5,000 HORSE POWER
us three cakes of
ivory Soap costs U'..
than n cent an ouiuv.
"Toilet" soaps cost 10,
25 or even HO eenU a
cake from o to 125 times
as much as Ivory.
Ivory Soap is made of
as good materials as the
brut toilet soaps; and of
infinitely lxitter materi
als than most toilet soaps.
Per Cent. Pure
FOMREH TAMMANY CHIEF WILL
STICK TO LITTLE FINANCIEK
WILL WORK HIS INTEREST.
New York. Oil iii. Ilii'hiint ('ink
er Ih hurry Iiijc to -New York city on
the niHtefi trmiA-AtlHiitlc .iti-Hinmilp
a ii-rtJlln Milley with reterenee to til'
detfloiiiiii'iit of their inland ..
it.iy. the fulled Stale. Oiould imi-u
a like Killcy.
The unotflciiil nnnoiin tti t r
the lllemlMT of the W'Mterttiits Coin
umkIoii thnt (i bond l.ooii' i- tux
lie liieommPtlded I not iilea-m-.
neK to Willi o of the oi'K.nil.i' be,
that have been p'lttinliiK t
t htirt' by
. Selvidge Business College Noes. .
Iiitlpll WUlier, of the .idvaueed
.short hind cl:i made a business vis
it 10 Ahirln'ta Snttirdnv. He r.iu
;u rs mi many of the Sclvldtje stu
dents at work ditvn then- that ho
would have tluniuiit he wax In Aid-
arrived n tliist Uy Ttiesda, and
nil! in In the .shorthand clti's tthleu
will b" foimed .Monda.t.
.Mlw; .laule Hollaml, one of last
ye.ir'rt KiHduates, ttho Ih nott employ
id with C. N. Itu'lieri',.rd, iib.urnut
or, of TloliomiiiKo. was a plenxant.
more had he toutid the asphalt
iiient and Mteet cars.
Mr. Arthur llleks returned
Ills home in St. Joe, Texas, to intii
plfte his biflm-hs I'liiitu'. Ills brotn
er Ira, secured a lKisltlcn in a bank
at Hon It u, Tetis. hell"e he will not
Air. John K. Miller, who took n 1 ,or T- ('ov "r lshomlnw.
1artlal l oume In bookl plui; here Mr. .lesxo Kinney of Sulphur.
jlIkoi four year, iibo and since that ' 'ompleted both bo-kkeonliiK
time ha,, been hoWln: a ood poi-l snottlmnd here about a year
p.ivtv 1 tlsltor at the eolliKu thl. week.
, MIsm .lanle U a :plelidld Atenourte
pher, iintl Is doliiK some go d ndter-
I tlslnu lor 'he S. U. tit Tl.-tlioinlno,
, .Mi,vs Dolll. HawUiiM ol Thho
I mliiKo has returned to complete her
; .-lioiUiand e .urse. She has been ab
i sent for about ttto mouths, workltiK
on the mlllli lis Inven.ert
nKiilniitm the drink of
torker-; iiermlttltiK him
but .-iilpulatiiiK where mid when lev
The utile of beer by the ke or
by the ban-el io the coke workers in
hat the corporation objee.s to tind
till, will try to lemedy.
T r more than n year tlirnres have
Heen ratlii'i i'il mi drlukitiK nmouK
ilii coke workeis, and It Is found
that lor M'venty-tv.o hours alter each
' pa,t day tin'1 coke ovens do not run
more than two-t hints capacity and
there Is iscareely a pay day when
httmli'ids of tons f eoke are not
mined by Inability to i pmper jneti
to care fur It In the ovens.
The Idea of the Incorporation Is
to Increase the number of licenced
I drinkliiK places in the county, so that
all the workmen will be supplied
but n kill the ;nli. in bulk to
I coke . workers. It belli! nllcm-d thai
the workman lays In a xreat stori
of drink when he I Hush wlih moti-
j ey ami then "lies down beside It."
When the corporation .ecureH ah-
.solute pussesslon of the nine brew
eries Inside the c, unty It Is proposed
to li!.'k till other beers ill bulk from
the county and not permit any of the
nine breweries to sell In bulk to the
afloat, to tome to tltu aid or hln ier
' soiiiil friend and bunlm t u.tMiciute,
i similes W. Mome, tor the s.'coinl Line
within a year.
Morse sent, lor Croki
i on eonirc8 authortmiK a lam
l of homtK. The nnticiml m.i
ImitiorH I'oiiKress, which l.- ,
Its nnillllU liieetllMjt hi 1 1- In 1 1'-, em
Iter. Im deiimndlnn an nnniial en'iuii
itlltlll.lll.lll'lv ... .i
, . ... .w. , i tiire i situ.u I i.mni on iih- iinnrn..
iiriiiK, Htti r In? wim sent back to the TouUu,
, mem of the inlniid vatera .mil n
would have thin money ral-cd uninmii
n (Hind Issue.
i'resldent TtUt has on mvii.iI hi
1 cast' lis, sln.'e he started mi hi Inn :
(totir of the country, ibi'laii-d m t.i
i tor of n bond issue, with uln,h
, !u ney for the Impii.M m. m .,
t the Inland waterwtiy., as m i: ,(
for the speedy cotllpli tlon t t -1 - i,
t, i clnniatloii w..rk in the arid tv.
' iJIIOTterH here ate eomillK to
i roni liinion that the eumpnmn
tile iinproveineiit or tile tnlatnl wate
tvayn of the country I. not llkel.t to
K t lesulls at the comliii: M'..sloti or
utter the I'nlted suites circuit court
of appeals eoiiflrmud hi. conviction
and sentence by the I'nlted State.
criminal court a few weeks axo.
Till appeal to Croker wa bused
upon (lie laet that It was the former
Tammany, chief and partner of the
kiiiK who brought about his rulciue on
bill, altei his conviction Nor. 7 last
While It took Croker lout
to brlnt; about the arratiKcnieut by
which .Morse was finally released, u.
detote himself to the restoration of
his shattered business Interests ilur-
Inu the time reuulred. by the circuit
court of appeals in considering hi i 4'0llr';sR' 11 fceein iiPKueni that
ca-e, Morse Is said to be hopetul that wltlRiit a Im.uiI lsue ther.. itlll he
HfcME IS THE BIQOE ST BARGAIN OFFERED ANY
WHERE IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TODAY
EIGHTY ACRES OF LAND. PERFECT TITLE, TWO
STORY GIN AND MILL HOUSE, DWELLING HOUSE.
STORE HOUSE, BLACKSMITH SHOP, ANP OTHER OUT
HUILDINGS, GARDEN AND TRUCK PATCHES, AND GOOD
HOG AND CATTLE PASTURE. THREE 70SAW MUNGER
GINS COMPLETE, ONE REVOLVING PRESS, ONE CORN
MILL, WAGON SCALES IN FACT, EVERYTHING COM
PLETE AND READY FOR BUSINESS. EVERLASTING
WATER RUNS THROU GH THE EIGHTY ACRES OF LAND
6.000 HOr.SEPOWER CAN BE DEVELOPED. THE PLANT
NOW HAS INSTALLED 250 HORSEPOWER, LATEST IM
PROVED, TURBINE WHEEL THERE IS SUFFICIENT
POWER TO RUN A SAWMILL AND TO FURNISH POWER
TO THE FIVE RAILROAD TOWNS ThAT ARE WITHIN
A RADIUS OF FIFTEEN MILES OF THE LANT. IF
INTERESTED COME TO SEE ME, AND I'LL SHOW YOU
Ardmore, - Okla.
ICcc'p 'fin: Complexion llcautiful
Nadine Face Powder
(la l.iffn li'iiet On r )
I'toducci a vilt, velvet
niipraraiu'C mi much
tion, returned tliU week to finish has come back to review betore
his cour.ie ami ki his diploma. I a juisltlon.
Several of the students went downi "" rl,mt ol ;""
hand olas.t w:us broken last wii'k.
by Miss ltertha I'Veemtin returnliiK
'ii I?allas Siiturday to visit the fair, i1
and had the pleasure of sccIiik 1'k's-
Idem T.itt. They mine back foellii!;.
confident of a khmI steiu Kraphlc po-'
alilou In Washington, as soon as
they complete the course.
.Mr. I'. 1). William has returned I
to mjIiooI, af.er a vacation or a few ! ''!l'
,.iu,,ir. .iii...., limn mill III ll.l-l
-trnteived setcnil of the Kocky
Aloiuctatii and north ceiiti-al xtnten.
.Mr. Wltliaui'i I already a kooiI pen
Will, but he wishes to perfect lilni
sell In the ait, so as to teach It.
i.lr. Kiwlm W. Iloml, who has
been emilloyed at West's dnliy uu
HI lecently, einlled for a full business-
course with us .Monday
.Mis Nol-.i II. Cloar ol Troy. Tenu
to ln-r Lome to accept a
with the Mill ,fc Kletutor
A new s4lnir.liuiiil el.is-i will be
formed liet week, ihe tiivl Moll-
ill .Vol ember. This will lx a
class, as set oral have already
entered for that class, ami several
more ate cxppctfd next week.
It Is In-line of sudden mishap or
accident thnt Chamberlain's Lini
ment can be relied upon to take
the place of the family doctor, who
canuiK always be found at the mo
meat. Then It is that Chamber
lain's l.iulmeut is never found want
Iiik. In cases of sprains, cuts,
wounds and bruises Chamberlain's
J .1 n 1 id i 1 1 1 takes out the Mircncss
and drives away the ;i in. Sold
by Ardmore linn: Cn ; lturu I'osi
and all drtiKlsts
the toruier boa of Tammany will In
utile to repeat his services for him
while his one is bcliiR con.-dderod by
thiiUho United States supreme court.
That Croker came to Anieiica last
winter for the express purpose of alu
iui; Morse Is now told for the first
time. One of the closest friends or
Croker, a business associate of Mom.
told a representative of the Hearst
news service that Croker" coming
was In resiMinse to an urgent appeal
from Morse to come to his aid tiKtiln.
It was recalled that betore Mor.e
was Indicted by the federal Jury hut
year he hurried to Kurope. On his
arrival there lie round that ae was
wanted lu New York and returned al
most Immediately, but remained Ions;
euouKli to have a talk with Croker.
Cioker did not return to Kurope las,
year until he had atrnlKhtened out the
i matter, although Monte was not re
. leased until a week or two alter Crok-
I Morse Intends to make a determin
ed finht to have uls case reviewed by
the United Stati-s supreme court.
Croker, It Is understood, will stand by
la i in to the end
no money available with which
start the work of deteloiniieir 'o
xlbly the waterways commission uia
withhold all Its rccommcmlniloiih for
another year. It bus. Mine the ad
journment of the special simsI II
law Aumut, managed to et a pre
t.t r.eneral Idea as to what has been
done In Kurope, but It de.dres to
toko tinu lu arriving at a deciMou
as to what should be done In tln
Are you icadv for the hunting sea
mhi' ou not imle-s you "nave
otic of our new kuus Hit; stock nun
pi-cial pr. e
lltf lllVKN'S. COIUIN & ntKNSI.KY
C. It. KliiKvr. the jeweler, inr.O
Vlrlnla Ave., Imllanapolls. writes: "I
was so weak from kidney trmibletlr.it I
could hardly walk a hundred feet,
i'our bottles of Foley's Kidney item
edy cleared my complexion, ctfred
l"l l,l!.!m . Jn.M.i for sMd
I I .... '.. .,', I 1,111 lllfl lllll'llll
to business etery day and recom
mend l-'oley's Kidney Itemed)- to all
sufferers, as It cured me after the
doctors and other remedies had fail
ed." Sold by all dniKKlsts.
iniicd, and 11-11131111 until
washed oil. Purified by
a new pioccu. Will not
cloj; tin-porct. Ilormlest
ai water. Prevent return
o( diicoloratiunt. White,
I'U-ili, l'inl;, Iltmictle.
Ilr lidlnc 1'oilsl CouMflf
ui Milt rm io ctait.
WONKV HACK If Not Entirely Tlcaied.
PnpirtJ 1 NAII0NAL TOItLT CO., J'tI.. Tram
N tice for Publication.
State or Oklahn.iia, Cuter Conn'),
lu lllstrli'i Court.
John S UiiuIim. plaiiititf. t-.
Illaiiehe Itowles, ilelendant. No. ."i'.'T.
Salil detondtiut. Illaui'lie Howies,
will take notice tlml she has bei 11
sued in the above named court lor dl
torce from Umils of iiiatiluiony aim
must answer the petition filed theieln
by said plaintiff 011 or before the :ird
day of December, A. I)., mh'.i, or said
petlt.'ou will be taken as true, ami .
plaintiff lu said ne-
tlm for dltorce from Inmils or matri
mony -Mill be rendered accordlinsly.
Hated this 'JWh day of October. I'.iOli.
1'otterf. B. A. Walkur.
POTTERF & WALKER.
Attorneys and Counselors t Lw
Chas. J. Kappler. Chan. II. Morlllat
Cotnplliir "Indian Actlvo Court
Lawn and Troatlc." Prnctltlonur.
KAPPLER & MERILATT,
At'orneyt and Counselor at Law
1 Practice beforo all Courts; Congreia,
Government Departments And Com
missions. Indian Casus a Specialty.
Office. Ilond IlId'K., Washington. D. C.
L. G. SHELTON
Attorney at Law
Office Wheeler Hldg
Isn't U a pity that the only folks
who know ju.ii how to mauai;e chil
dren never hate any'.'
YOUR TAXES ME HOW DUE'
Frightful Fate Averted,
would have been a cripple
Fall colds are quickly cured by
Foley's Honey and Tar, the sreat
throat and luu remedy. The genuine
contains no harmful dniKs. Sold by
STATEMENT OF STATE INSPEC
TOR WHICH APPLIES TO ALL
NO MORE TWO PAYMENTS.
man makes but
main s of lilm
"I would have been a cripple for
life, fiotn a terrible cut on my knee
cap," writes Frank Dlsberry, Kelli
her. Minn., without llucklen's Arnica
Salve, which soon cured me," Inra!
lible for wounds, cuts nml bruises,
it soon cures Hums. Scalds, Old
Sores, Hulls, Skin Kruptlons. World's
best foi Plies. '.T.c at Ardmore Pharmacy.
Foleys Honey .mil Tar clears the
air passages, slops the irritation In '
the throat, sooths the inflamed mem-'
bniues. and the most obstinate coukIi
disappears. Sore ami InHumed hums
are healed ami streiiKthened. and the
cold is expelled trom the system.
Refuse any but the Kenulllo ill the
yellow package. Sold by all dru-cists.
C. T. VrcitNOK.
Ity S. M PAIIKKK,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED.
Wheeler Bulldlnt; Phone 'J9I
DR. WALTER HARDY
Ofllee After Oct. 5. Over Hamilton's
I low hard would be till beuits
for our h.mlships and Korrnw.i
ull Hum Food
Jaques Mfg. Co.
In providing the family's meals,don't
be satisfied with anything but the
best. KC sgiuiruntccd perfec
tion at a moderate price. It
makes everything better.
TVv nnfl .iPerfect
(illthlle, Okla.. Oet. J". In ordei -to
correi-t cerriln erroneous taie.
uieiits that bus Kaiiied public cur
rency, the office Of the state exam
liter ami Inspector Issued the follow
inu ..atement lu regard to Ihe col
lection ot taxes for the year lltO'J-10.
Tn.vt. ate due on the lfith day of
October and will beL'oino dellmiueiit
on the :ilst day of Jtini.tiry; thai Is
they may be paid tit any time be
tween these date without penalty.
ttir the Hist of January a penalty
01 it) per cent per annum will lm
.1 bled For e.vtnnple, If taws am
paid wl h1u ten days after the .'list
day of January, 1.. of one per cent
pi ual) Is milled L'O days, 1 per cent
pi ua y 110 days, 1 Vi per cent pun
inu, . r a total of IS per cent If ibi
llmiucui l'J montliK.
1'hls is not a new feature ot thu
iitcnue law. 1' litis been the law of
the territory of Oklahoma since U97.
The only now feature In thU couiiec
tIo: Is that ut'i are not payable
lu two Insialluu'iiU tis fonnerly Sta
IstltH Klc.iiied from 'he offices of
the c unit trca-mrers showed 'hat
7." per txnt of aU tae-j was paid
In tne Unit iKiyment and that the
small tax iwyers nearly tilwas laid
DISAGREE ON POLICY.
Senator Button Opposes Issue
Bonds for inland Waterways,
W nkhiiiJioi. Oct '.ii. Senator Utir
ton il Ohio mis .Housed much Intel--1
'est and some licit erne comment on
I lii- return irom Kurope by the state
1 tiient thu; a itund l.isite for the Im
provement of tne Inland waterways
-.v 111 nni be I'ei'oaimended by the mi
Itl011.1l wutorwayti coiiiinUslou, of
j whl h Semit.r llurtou Is chairman.
, Mr. Ihirteii of Ohio, who was for
1 years chairman of the committee on
I rivers and harbors In the bouse of
iepreeii.utitc, siys that, while no.
j prepa'cil to speak tor the coiumlsslo.i
as a wlicic, 141 his opinion there u
1 Miiall likelihood of a Isiml Issue.
' Senator OalliuKer ot Now Haiiij'
jhhlru. another member of the coutini,
' aIoii, who was on the inspection tour
abroad. Is known U be opposed to 1.
bond ii.ue. Tne senator lltl.s Kimc
i so far as 'o say 'Jmt In- fee .h
conditions 111 Hie liropean couttti-b .
tire entirely did rejit from thKe to
b found ill the I lillc-d Statt i, ll Is
not ready t say that becauic cer
tain Kuro,enn countries liave piirmied
It's a Top Notch Doer.
Client deedti compel rcKtird. The
world clowns Its doers. That's why
the American people have crowned
Dr. KIiik's New Discovery the KIllK
of Throat a ml Unit; remedies. F.very
atom a health force li kills xernn
and colds and la Kitppo tanish. It
heals coui;h-racked membranes ami
cnuuhliiK stops. Sore, Itillained bron
chial tubes and Iiiiiks are en cd and
heuiorrh.iites reuse. Ilr. (leo. More,
lllack Jack, N. C. writes. "It cured
me of lutiK trouble, pronounced hope
less by till doctors." 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free. (lUtinttiteed by Ard
G. H. McKENNE.Y. M. D. V.
Treats All Domestic Animal.
Oradiiate of thu AtcKllllp Vctenni
Collect) of Chicago, III., a College roc
OKiiUcd by every state in the uutoa
and the Dominion of Canada.
Hospital and olllce 1U0 N Washing
ton. Phone No. 9.
First door south Summons Lumber
Iti-sidi'iire .'.Dl N V. MlK'Oll
The United States Government Gives
Railway Mail Clerks $800 a
Year to Start and In.
creases to $1,200.
I'mie Sam will hold an examina
tion for Postal Clerks and Letter
Carriers in Oklahoma In November;
for other positions on different dates,
it Is estimated that .10.000 appoint-
menu will bo made this year, 'luj,-
Coternmeiit wants people over IS FREDERICK P. VON KELLER, M. D.
years to take the examination; will I Office Over llonuur'.i Drug Storu,
pay them well ami nlt them an 1 Surfiery. Kye. Bar. Nojw and Throt.
annual vacation with full pay. The Ej.8 accurately fitted with Olassos.
ilnreiiu of instructions, itmiiester. N. phones: Office HC, Hesldonoe 4.
Y. with Its thoroiiKh knowledne of,.
al! the reipiliemeutH can fit tinyone p, gt RUSHING, M, D.
In a few weeks to pass. A Govern-'
iiient Position means employment for
life, i'ropare now for the examination.
Any reader of the Ardmorelte etui et
DISEASES OF THE 6TOMACH.
full Information by writing the Hit
reati or Instructions, 1010 Hamlin
HmldlnK. Itochester. N. Y.
No Maude, deai . all the liittli fly
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Fort Worth, Texns.
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Laxative Bromo Quinine
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for lliii signature, on evety box, 'J5c.
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Ortice phone 403. Orflce liourJ a to
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