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Costs Less
and Kills
That Cold
CASCARAk. QUININE
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The ittadwd cold cure for 30 peon—
la tablet form—«alb, ««re, ao opiate«
res cold ia 34 hour«—pip in 3
u Money back If It falls. Get the
genuine boa with Red top aad Mr.
Hill'* picture on it.
Cotta leaa. gives
day«
I
more, save* money.
24 Tablais for 25c.
At Any Drug Storo
Hard to Arrange.
How about a beefless day at your
hotel ?"
"I Should enjoy h'aVlng one," feighed
the weary manager, "but—"
"Yes."
"I never saw a day yet when some
guest wasn't beefing about some
thing."
Red Blood and Courage 1
(NY DR. W. C. LUCAS. )
What drives the men right up to the
trenches in this war is courage, and it's
red blood that "puts the heart" in the
men. Did any one ever see a punv, thin
blooded man ever rush into the fight with
any chance of winning out ? With rich,
pure blood you can face any hardship,
reach any goal. But you are handi
capped in the race of life without it.
Every tissue, bone, muscle, should take
from the blood certain materials and
return to it certain^ others. When the
poisons accumulate in the blood, perhaps
the face breaks out in pimples, or boils
appear on the neck, and we feel languid,
tired, our vitality is at a low ebb, and
we easily catch cold.
It's time to take an alterative extract
and blood-purifier, taken from Nature's
forests. Such a one is made up of
Golden Seal, Blood and Stone root,
Oregon Grape and Queen's root —
tracted with glycerine and made into
sugar-coated tablets or liquid, and this
has been sold by druggists for the past
fifty years as Doctor Pierce's Goiden
Medical Discovery. Tablets sell for 60
cents.
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Lenoir. N. C.—" Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery Is a great medicine for
me in building me up when I feel run-down
in health. It gives me strength and flesh.
I have been using it at different times for
thirty years or more. I began its use for
catarrh, and it greatly relieved me. I can
heartily recommend the 4 Discovery * as &
blood medicine."—M bs. Lucy Beach.
Louisville, Ky. — " This Is to certify
that I have been in btwi health for a long
time, suffering from stomach trouble.
Had terrible spells of indigestion and
sour stomach. » A friend told me about Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I had
little faith at first but she persuaded me
to try it. I have taken a little over four
bottles of it and my stomach trouble has
vanished. I can now eat everything and
sleep like a lamb. I want to give all the
créait to this great medicine, which I
consider the best on earth for stomach
trouble. '— T. T. Layton, Route 2, Box 28,
Berry Boulevard.
Their Hobbies.
A woman wants to show her friends
the broom closet, the linen chute and
all the other various little conven
iences In the new house, but a man's
chief joy is to show off the swell-show
er in the bathroom.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Luca*
County—«a. . .
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
A Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh
I that cannot be cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
presence, thla €th day of December,
A. D. 188«. „ _
(Seal) A. W. Gleason, Notary Public.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak
internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
my
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Solomon's reputation for wisdom
may have been due to his having orig
inated the habit of giving advice.
Good health depends upon good digestion.
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pilla safeguard
your digestion and your health. Tonic as
well as purgative. Adv.
There are some sins whieh we can
forgive—they are our own.
EAT
ERS
INK
2ßM
THE BEST
CARONS
HY/IINATUM
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We Pay Highest Price#
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SU «une d*yf ur« received «nd hold post
•hipmeotaz d«y»lo» «PCWov. lot price—
yoqUke no rük . Wr ite foc prie* Eu and free
duppmtto««. UWUD FUI CO., Cmflaaft
Aatrlssa Fsrs, SISBtcitcr, It« Orlsun.V.SJL
DR.TUTTS LIVER PILLS FOR LIVER ILLS
What ConstipationMeans
fe mean« a miserable condition of ill health that leads to «8 aorta of special
ailments such as headache, backache, dyspepsia, dizzin ess, ind igestion, pain* of
various kinds, piles and numerous other disorders—CONSHFATION is a crime
against nature, an d no hu man being can be well for any length of time while
constipated. DR. TUTFS LIVER FILLS is the remedy and has been used
successfully all over this country for 72 yearn. Cat a boa and see how it feels
to have your Ihrer and bowels resume their health-giving natural
For aale at all druggists and dealers everywhere.
Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills
RESULTS ARE OBTAINED BY USING
FtAZIES'S DISTEMPER REMEDY
Xta results and effects are certain In all cases of Distem
per Influenza, Coughs, Colds and Shipping Fever. We refund
your money if not satisfactory In all cases. Absolutely safe
for mares, colts and stallions. One dose acts as a preventa
tive; «0 cents and $1 per bottle. «1 else holds 8 ounces. (Just
tWo ounces more than any other distemper eure on the mar
ket.) Send for free booklet. Sold by all druggists, or prepaid
from BINKLEY MEDICAL CO, Nappaaee» lad.
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COULD SCARCELY
WALK AT ALL
For One and One-Half Years.
Confined to Bed Most of This
Time. Suffered Intense Pain.
Sheffield, Ala.—"About four years
ago," says Mrs. J. T. Stonedpher, of
this town, "I got in very bad
health . . . became irregular, and I
was pretty bad off for a year and a
half ... had difficulty and pain in
walking-^-could scarcely walk, at all.
I got awfully thin and was confined to
my bed most of the time for I Vk
years — could scarcely ever do any
work. I suffered dreadfully, and I
suffered Intense pain in the right side.
We had in attendance first
Dr.
-, of-, who pronounced my
trouble , . . , and he wanted me to
have an operation performed, but I
could not bear the thought of submit
ting to such a thing. . . He gave me
medicine which did me no good. I
-, who gave me
-, of
then had Dr.
m'edlcine which gave me no perma
nent relief.
My neighbors said how bad off I
was and advised me to take Cardul. . .
My husband was so worried about me
that he went and called in Dr.-,
of-t . . On his'second call I told
him ... I had taken about a bottle of
Cardul, which had been Improving me
a great deal . . . He said :
leave off my medicine and take the
Cardul, it's a good medicine'. After
the use of the second bottle I was
cured and the cure was permanent."
Cardul should help you, too. Try it.
—Adv.
'Well,
As It Used to Be.
"When we drank from the same can
teen," roared the old veteran.
Grandpa." interposed his grand
daughter, "the sentiments of that song
are praiseworthy, but I fear they may
tend to counteract certain health rules
I have been trying to teach little Wal
do. Don't you know any songs about
sanitary drinking cups?
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FIERY RED PIMPLES
That Itch and Burn Are Usually
Eczematous—Cuticura Quickly Heals.
It needs hut a single hot bath with
Cuticura Soap followed by a gentle
application of Cuticura Ointment to
the most distressing, disfiguring
eczemas, itchings and burnings to
prove their wonderful properties. They
are also ideal for every-day toilet use.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L.
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
Up Against It.
Have you anything that you can
recommend to cure a cold?" rasped
•the wauldrbe customer.
"No, sir I" wbeezingly replied the
honest druggist.
In stock nearly forty infallible rem
edies, but this morning, as you ob
serve, I have a cold myself.
Last night I had
M
BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
Why use ordinary cough remedies,
when Boschee's German Syrup has
been used so successfully for fifty-one
years in all parts of the United
States for coughs, bronchitis, colds
settled In the throat, especially lung
troubles. It gives the patient a good
night's rest, free from coughing, with
easy expectoration in the morning,
gives nature a chance to soothe the
inflamed parts, throw off the disease,
helping the patient to regain his
health. Sold in all civilized countries.
80 and 90 cent bottles.—Adv.
as
Shoppings
"I never saw a woman so crazy ovei
shopping ns she is."
"Is she really?
Why, the other day she went to a
prominent surgeon and priced a num
ber of his operations.
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To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula it
printed 00 every label, showing it il
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 60 cents.
The Producer.
Why call me the consumer?" asked
the man who pays the bills.
All I do Is produce!"
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A NEGLECTED COLD
Is often followed by pneumonia. Be
fore it is too late take Laxative Quini
dine Tablets. Gives prompt relief in
cases of Coughs, Colds, La Grippe and
Headache. Price 25c.—Adv.
In the great world's contest, the
kaiser is entitled to the final game on
his home grounds.
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regu
late liver, bowels and stomach.—Adv.
Ridicule seldom kills unless the
death Is deserved.
ROOT-KNOT OF COTTON AND OTHER CROPS
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ROOT-KNOT SHOWN ON A COTTON PLANT.
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(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Root-knot of cotton and other crops
Is caused by minute eelworms, or nema
todes, which bore into the roots and
live there. The irritation of their pres
results in the formation of irregu
ence
lar swellings, or galls, varying in size
from tiny enlargements on the small
roots to knots an inch or more in dia
Tbe male
meter on the large ones.
too small to be seen with
worms are
the naked eye, but the females when
full of eggs assume a spherical shape
and may often be distinguished in
freshly-broken
pearly bodies half the size of tT small
pinhead. Each female may lay several
hundred eggs, and thus the worms are
propagated.
roots as glistening
How Root-Knot Is Spread.
Root-knot may be carried from one
field to another by any agency which
will transfer some of the nematodes or
their eggs, in exactly the same manner
that wilt is disseminated. Drainage
water is perhaps one of the most Im
portant means of spreading root-knot.
In addition, a common agency for the
Introduction of the nematode into new
territory Is nursery stock. Seedling
pecans, peaches, figs, mulberries, or
pomegranates, and young asparagus,
cabbage, eggplant, strawberry, tobacco
and tomato plants purchased from in
fested sections may carry the worms in
their roots or in the soil adhering to
them. In the West, where the nema
tode occurs quite commonly on the po
tato, the worms are carried in the
tubers.
Sandy Soils Most Subject to Root
Knot.
Root-knot is essentially a disease of
light soils. Although the disease may
occur on heavier soils than wilt, yet It
is not, as a rule, serious on soils con
taining a large proportion of clay. In
general, the lighter the soil the more
severe the root-knot injury. 'The places
of greatest damage are usually light
sandy spots or ridges in infected fields.
In gardens which have been highly fer
tilized with stable manure root-knot is
often very severe.
Root-Knot Attacks Many Farm Crops.
Unlike wilt, root-knot attacks a very
large number of plants, many of which
are important farm crops. Those sub
ject to root-knot injury may be di
vided into two groups, according to
their degree of susceptibility. Some of
the crops most severely attacked by
; root-knot are as follows :
Bean, soy Eggplant
Bean, lima Fig
Beet Lettuce
Cantaloupe Okra
Carrot Peach
Celery Pecan
Clover, bur Pomegranate
Clover, crimson Potato
Cowpea (all varie- Salsify
ties except Iron, Squash
Brabham and Mo- Tobacco
Tomato
Watermelon
Plants less severely injured by root
knot are the following:
netta)
Cucumber
1 Alfalfa
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! Clover, sweet
j cotton*
1 Mulberry
onion
Pea, garden
Potato, sweet
Radish
Spinach
Strawberry
Sugar cane
Vetch, common
Vetch, hairy.
A few common weeds are subject to
nematode Injury and should therefore
be eradicated where the attempt is be
ing made to reduce root-knot in fields.
The most severely Injured are the bal
loon vine, the maypop or passion flow
er, and the papaya or melon pawpaw.
Weeds less severely affected by root
knot are mayweed, purslane and sweet
fennel. - ' .
Some Farm Crops ReHstant to Root
\ Knot.
Fortunately, a few farm crops are
largely or entirely immune to root
knot. By employing these in suitable
rotations, nematodes may be starved
out on infested fields, so that suscept
j 1 Attend Poultry Shows.
▲tiffnd the poultry shows in your
neighborhood and If you have any ex
tra fine birds take them along. They
may not win, but your interest in them
will prompt you to learn what a really
good bird is.
Having Faith in-Fowls.
Having faith in your fowls will
help matters along wonderfully, if
this faith is backed up with the sub
stantial things necessary to keep the
faith.
ON A COTTON PLANT.
Ible crops can be grown until the
worms increase sufficiently to cause
damage, when another rotation is nec
essary.
The following crops are largely or
entirely Immune to root-knot:
Barley
Bean, velvet
Beggarweed,
Ida
Chutas
Corn
Cowpea, Brabham
Cowpea. Iron
Cowpea, Monetta
Grass, crab
Root-Knot Increased by Most Varieties
of Cowpeas.
Such varieties of cowpeas as the
Whippoorwill, Clay, Black, Unknown,
Red Ripper, New Era, and others are
so susceptible to root-knot that not
•only are they seriously injured, but
the «growing of them on nematode-in
fested fields greatly Increases the num
ber of worms In the soil, and conse
quently the damage to subsequent cot
ton or other susceptible crops. It is
a common complaint of farmers In wilt
sections that the wilt is noticeably
more severe after a crop of cowpea a
of a variety which is susceptible to
root-knot. This is due to the fact that
the nematodes make points of en
trance for the wilt fungus, which then
kills or further Injures the plants. A
few varieties of cowpeas are highly re
sistant to nematodes, including the
Iron, Brabham, and Monetta. These
should be the only cowpeas planted on
land Infested with root-knot.
How to Recognize Cotton Root-Knot.
The detection of cotton plants affect
ed by root-knot, except by an exam
ination of the roots, is much more dif
ficult than in the case of wilt. Badly
diseased plants are distinctly stunted
but not appreciably deformed, as lu
wilt, and both leaves and stem have a
peculiar sickly yellowish green color.
Measures for the Control of Root-Knot.
The rotation and diversification of
crops are of fundamental Importance
to southern agriculture everywhere
and become absolutely necessary
where the root-knot nematode Is pres
ent. y*
It has 'been repeatedly demonstrated
by many farmers that root-knot can be
controlled by the use of proper crop
The principles on which
Grasses (nearly all)
Kafir
Flor- Millets (nearly all)
Milo
Oats, winter
Peanut
Rye
Sorghum
Wheat
rotations.
such rotations are based are ( 1 ) the use
of crops immune to nematode attacks
until the nematodes are sufficiently re
duced so that susceptible crops may be
profitably grown and ( 2 ) the eradica
tion of all weeds subject to root-knot
The use of crops that will return a
profit and the building up of the fer
tility of the soil are also important con
siderations. Every farmer must work
out for himself the particular rotations
suited to his farm and his type of
farming.
If land Is very badly infested with
nematodes as well as wilt, a two-year
three-year rotation with immune
crops is recommended before suscepti
ble crops, including cotton, are grown,
and they should not be grown for rfiore
than one or two years thereafter be
fore the rotation with immune crops
should be repeated. When the infes
tation Is less severe, a one year or two
year rotation will do much to put the
land in condition to grow the crops de
sired.
In planning rotations for land in
fested with root-knot, susceptible
crops, such as tobacco, sweet potatoes,
cotton, cantaloupes, okra, and toma
toes should never follow one another.
The damage increases each year so
long as susceptible crops are planted.
If the first crop should escape serions
injury, the nematodes will 'increase in
the aoll to such an extant that the sec
ond crop will be almost sure to . show
•a decided loss. Immune crops should
always be alternated with susceptible
ones and the nematode Injury thereby
reduced to a minimum.
or
Causes for Scours.
Scours are caused by three things:
filthy quarters, unclean drinking ves
sels and overfeeding. Prevention is
better than a cure.
Keep Boar Thrifty.
The boar should be kept thrifty dur
ing the summer, but should not be.al
lowed to fatten.
Kill Chickens and Eggs.
Rats are great destroyers of chide
.eus and eggs.
(SAVE THIS ADVERTISEMENT. IT WILL NOT APPEAR AGAIN)
WANNAMAKER - CLEVELAND
COnON PLANTING SEED
The year 1917 Has Proven the Superiority of Mississippi Delta Planting Co.'s
Selected Strain of This Great Variety For All Uplands and Where Early Maturity
and Heavy Production Are Desired.
With This Variety We Are Making Nearly 25 Per Cent More
Cotton Than We Ever Made in Our History.
It Is Early, It Beats the Boll Weevil and the F rost
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Every Seed Offered For Sale by Us Has Been Grown On Our
Own Farm at Scott, Miss., Under the Personal
Supervision of Prof. J. W. Fox.
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On the seed depends the crop.
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Our seed made
Write us for
Buy direct from the grower.
a crop in Arkansas and Louisiana this year where others failed,
booklet and full particulars and copies of letters from planters whom you may know.
Mississippi Delta Planting Co
Memphis, Tenn.
530 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Venice Was Prepared.
In each of the 30 or more air raids
made by Austria on Venice, that city
was prepared. The electrical micro
phones at the Venice observation sta
tion are said to have been able to de
tect the sound made by the planes as
they left Trieste, 60 miles away.
WOMEN SUFFERERS MAY
NEED SWAMP-ROOT
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney and bladder trouble and
never suspect it.
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy
condition, they may cause the other or
gans to become diseased.
Pain in the back, headache, loss of am
bition, nervousness, are often times symp
toms of kidney trouble.
Don't delay starting treatment.
Kilmers' Swamp-Root, a physician's pre
scription, obtained at any drug store, may
be just the remedy needed to overcome
euch conditions.
Get a medium or large size bottle im
mediately from any drug store.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer A Ço., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.—Adv.
Dr.
Likely.
The man who does what he likes
when he likes In the way others will
like is likely to be liked by all.
important to Motnera
■ Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that it
Bears the ^
Signature of^^
In Use for Over
S
ears.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
A Kind Heart.
Did your wife do anything for her

coldr
'Yes, she gave it to me."
STOP THAT HACKING COUGH.
Mansfield (formerly Hungarian)
Gough Balsam heals the inflamed and
lacerated membranes and quiets the
tickling nerves that lie underneath the
Infected portions. Invaluable for ba
bies. Price 25c and 50c.—Adv.
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Success will go a block out of its
way to dodge a lazy man._
Backache of Wome
How this Woman Suffered
and Was Relieved*
Fort Fairfield, Maine.—"For many
month# I suffered from backache caused
by female troubles so I was unable to do
my house work. I took treatments for it |
but received no help whatever. Then
some of my friends asked why I did not
try Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. I did so and my backache soon
disappeared and I felt like a different «4
woman, and now have a healthy Utile $
baby girl and do all my house work. I
will always praise Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to women who suf
fer as I did."— Mrs. Alton D. Oakes,
Fort Fairfield, Maine.
The Best Remedy is
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LYDIA E.PfWKHAM MCOICIWE CO, LYHILHASS.
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Everybody Dos*.
"He's made a failure of everything."
"That so? Why doesn't be try writ
ing for moving pictures?"
STOP THÔ 8 E SHARP SHOOTING PAINS
"Femsoina" is the woodsr worker for all
female disorders. Price ft. 00 aad 50 c Adv.
> A woman always acts surprised
when a man proposes to her. -
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
ttte fss
reo.»
Trouble and Afterthought
Somehow or other we've never
known a trouble but what after it was
gone we had been stung with the
realization of how much better we
could have borne with it—Exchange.
WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY
Is her hair. If yours is streaked with
ugly, grizzly, gray hairs, use "La Cre
ole" Hair Dressing and change it in
the natural way. Price $1.00.—Adv.
An inventor is a genius who discov
lot of things that are already
ers a
patented.
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ERE is an offer backed by one of your personal fnends
_—a man whom you have known for a long time, ana
in whose honesty yon have implicit confidence. This man
is your local druggist. He will tell you that he has been
selling Hunt's Salve, formerly called Hunt's Cure ever
since ne has been in business, under the strict guarantee
to promptly refund the purchase price to any dissatisfied
user.
He will say to you "Take home a box of Hunt's Salve
and if it is not successful in the treatment of itching skin
diseases, I will promptly refund to j'ou your 75 cents.
Hunt's Salve is especially compounded for the treatment
of Itch, Eczema, Ringworm, Tetter, and other itching
skin diseases.
The General Manager of the Lida Valley Railway Co.,
Goldfield, Nevada, A. D. Goodenough, writes: "At one
time I had a very bad case of Eczema, which troubled me
for seven or eight years, and although I tried all kinds of
medicine and several doctors, I got no relief until I used
Hunt's Salve. It finally cured me.
Thousand* of such letters have been received, testifying
to the curative merits of this wonderful remedy.
' Don't feil to ask your druggist about Hunt»« Salve, formerly called Hunt's Cur«.
Show him this ad, and ask him if the statements herein made are not correct.
everywhere at 75 cents per box, or sent direct on
H
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Sold by all reputable druggists
receipt of stamps or money order.
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Texas
SOHlfK.
Or Distemper In stallions, brood mares, colta and all other« fi
most destructive. The germ causing the disease must be re
moved from the body of the animal. To prevent the troubla
the «ame must be done. _
SPOHN'S COMPOUND
Will do both—cure the sick and prevent thoae "eipoaeff' from
having the disease, 50 cents and tl a bottle: $5 and «IS ths
dozen. All druggists, hameau houses, or manufacturers.
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Doctor (to anaemic patient)—You
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Patient—I do already, doctor. They
provide my main reading every day.
DEATH LURKS IN A WEAK HEART,
so on first symptoms use "Renovine"
and be cured. Delay and pay the awful
penalty. "Reaovine" la the -* heart's
remedy. Price fL00 and 60c.—Adv.
The men who are lifting the world
upward and onward are those who en
courage more than criticize.
Speaking of women's complexions,
seeing isn't always believing.
Tou never can know how »11 perl or to other
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