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E nterprise. f 1.50 per Annum Subscription DEVOTED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF HOME INTERESTS. LAWTON, Editor and Proprietor NOVEMBER 23, 1901. NUMBER 3ï> SATURDAY, NEW IBERIA, LA., XVII. VOLUME ALFRED RENOUDET NOTARY PUBLIC; REAL ESTATE i LIFE INSURANCE NEW IBERIA, LA. 1 am now offering for sale over 200 town lots, all belonging to Mrs. Lourd, some of them located on upper Main and Ful ton streets, and others in the neighbor hood of the Southern Pacific Depot. I am at liberty to sell these at moderate prices, ranging from $100 to $200 a lot, payable in small monthly payments of $4 to $5 each. Besides these I also offer for sale the fol lowing properties : No. 1. 66 arpents, one half mile from Mor bihan Refinery, about two-thirds cleared and the balance woodland. All of the wood can be readily sold. Price on ap plication. No. 2. 50 arpents of rich cane land with all improvements, residence, barn, etc. A large sugar refinery railroad runs through the property, enabling farmer to easily dispose of his cane. Price on application. No. 4. Store building and lunch shop, sit uated in a good business locality of the town of New Iberia, La. Price $2,500. $500 cash ; balance in $500 notes payable annually with regular rate of interest. No. 5. Dwelling house adjoining above building, situated on Washington street, between Southern Pacific Railroad Depot and Hopkins street. Price $700, $150 cash and balance in equal payments of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 »nd 6 years with usual rate of interest. No. 6. Dwelling house on North side of Hopkins street on lot measuring 100 feet front by 50 deep. Piice $600, $125 cash ; balanoe in four equal payments of 1, 2, 3 and 4 years, with usual rate of interest. No. 7. Corner store situated in a good business locality, on lot measuring about 100 feet front by 50 feet deep. Price •1000 ; balance in four notes payable lit i, 2, 3 and 4 years from date, with usual rate of interesti No. 8. Lot on Julia street, measuring 107 feet front by 200 feet in depth. Splendid lot for residence purposes. Price on ap plication. No. 9. 145 arpents of rich cane land, all enclosed, now used for pasturage, but can be easily adapted to the cultivation of sugar cane, 15 to 18 aprents of it woodland, consisting chiefly of gum and oak. This land is situated at Petite ftnm about six or seven miles from the town of Now Iberia. Price $25 an arpent. No. 10. 40 arpents woodland on Bayou Petit Anse, about ten miles from New Iberia. Over 1000 cords of good wood can be cut off this land, every bit of which can readily be disposed of. When once cleared this land will make excellent eane land. It is only % of a mile from railroad switch and derrick to dispose of eane. Price $22.50 an arpent. No. 13. 396 arpents of the richest cane land in the parish of Iberia. All im provements go in with the place, con sisting of plows, implements, carts, 5 American mules, 5 Creole mules, 3 or 4 good horses, all corn and feed on hand (or animals. Located but of a mile from a large sugar refinery, the owners > are noted for their fair treat mur ewe growers. J application. No. 16. 340 arpents of rich eane land with all improvements. High rolling land, near Cade Station, crossed by branch of Southern Pacific Railroad. This is one of the best and cheapest properties I have liated. Price $20 an arpent. No. 16. 27 arpents of land, adapted to the cultivation of cane, cotton and corn, situated in Petite Anse, about six milea from New Iberia. Price $22 an arpent. No. 27. Splendid 5-room residence on Cen ter street in New Iberia, located on lot measuring 80 feet front by 180 feet deep Cement walk leading from front gate to boose and gravel walks in flower garden. Lot is raised 0 inches above neighboring ones. There are two cribs each 8x10; bone stall 7x10; and buggy shed 10x20; S chicken houses, 12x12, 8x8 and 8x12, wash-shed 12x15 and bath room 8x9. Price 91250. . . , No. 28. 38 arpents of good land with im S wessen ta, situated about 4 miles from ew Iberia, only % of a mile from Mor bihan Refinery. Price $35 an arnent. No. 29. Two large two-story buildings situated on the west side of Main street of New Iberia, La. Located on large lota, measuring together 60 feet front by ISO in depth. This is beyond doubt, for investors, the beat property on the mar ket, and ia not likely to remain on the market very long. Price on application. No. SO. Splendid eorner residence on upper Main street, in New Iberia. Price «1600. No. 32. Luge two-story dwelling, situated on lot measuring 111 feet front by 174 deep, about three blocks from the New Iberia National Bank. Price on ap ä! Forty acres of land, with all im provementa, consisting of residence, corn crib, stable, ete., situated S mUes from Now Iberia. 34. Bevmty arpents more or less, with all buildings and improvements, situated near Olivier, in eloee proximity to a sugar bo ass and bat one-half mile from derrick. Oaa bo boMjtt en very easy terms. Priee No'Sl 321 arpents of rich cane land, with good residence, outhouses, barn, stable, ete., situated near Erath, about 10 ar pents from Iberia ft Vermilion R. R. and same distance from two derricks. Priee Mo. 41. M arpents of good land, with new reai den ce and tenant boose, with corn •rib eaettn« over WOO, and potato honoe •IIS. Vila property ia annanally well ioeatod, being situated on Urn Bay«« Teehe with the pablie road l e a d in g from ■ Iberia to Jeanerette in front. WU1 'terms. MS an arpent on easy terms. No. 3«. Large store and dwelling, situated on an lmaseaee lot, with a depth clear to the Bayoa Teche, at Loreaoville, La. The residence itself is worth the money asked for the whole property. Priee ISMO cash, or. $2500-9500 cash and balanoe te two and three years. No. ST. 1070 arpente of woodland, consisting chiefly of red and white oak, and ash and gum. The wood en the place will more than pay for it. Priee 93 an arpent. No. 38. Small tract of land, with all im provement«, situated partly in partly out of the corporation of the town of New Iberia, La., sidewalk leada from town to place. Priee on application. No. 39. Magnificent plantation on Bayou Teehe, • milea from New Iberia, con taining 308 arpente. Leas than W of a mile from twe derricks. New reaiaenee, In front of which ia a beautiful grove of Uv* oaks. In roar of residence 100 beer teg pear trooa and many other trait trees. With sale of place will be included 10 Amer ic a n mnlea, all plows and imple ments, etc., all hay and corn In barn, 60 acres seed and 65 aerea of stubble eane. Priee $10.000. No. 40. New modern cottage fronting on the public road leading from New to Loroanville. Lot measures one arpent front by three er fonr in depth clear to the Bayou Teehe. Priee $1600, on easy Mo. 41. Large and substantial modern two Slory brick building, erected about a yoar and n half ago. with large rooms down Sterin, one of which is now oc cupied as a dentist parlor; and eight noma up-stairs. Priee on ap allmi Me. 4ft. z Bayou Teehe. with Southern Pacific rail-! road crossing it, containing 535 arpents. Kesidencn costing $8000. on it, 8 double cabins, two one-room cabins, 2 large corn cribs, large stables for mules, black smith shop and many outhouses in yard, 10 American mules, 3 large and one small carts, plows and all tools, seed cane, corn and hay, peavine, railroad switch belouging to place. Price $14,000, $4000 cash, balance in one, two, and four years, with 6% interest. three No. 46. Magnificent plantation on Bayou Teche only 5 miles from New Iberia, La., containing 225 arpents, 125 of which is ready for cultivation in cane. The <20= Job Printing Did You Say? Well, we should rather think we ABE prepared to turn it out. If you are an 'unbeliever' one trial order will suffice for your conversion. New Presses. New Type. Neat Execution. « T hats O ur D rawing C ard And we never fail to 'ketch on' to your second order. Prices ? Now friend, really, that's the most insignificant part of our business. We don't want the earth and we despise wrangling You'll find us keeping right up with the proces sion when it conies to PRICES N. B.~Look for us in the first set of fours just behind the band wagon. Drop In and See Us. NEW IBERIA ENTERPRISE. Blank Books, Letter Copy Presses, etc., at Lawton's balance 100 arpents is about one-half mile from the 125 arpent tract, and is good woodland. This wood sells at $2 a cord on the Bayou Banks. Beautiful modern cottage, with hall, 3 large sleep ing rooms, dining room, kitchen, pantry and bath room. Built 3 years ago. Many other improvements on the place. Only \% mile from sugai refinery. Price $5500, on easy terms. No. 47. 27 acres of woodland, about 15 of which is cleared and ready for culti vation, situated 8 miles from New Iberia, in Petite Anse, on a coulee with fine fi^h the year round. Price $1250 an arpent. McGEE j. p. Lives in Town, at 712 E. Main Street. He has some handsome sample pianos in his home and invites any intending buyer to call and examine them. He sells the WEBER, HARDMAN, KIMBALL, VOSE & SONS, CROWN (mandolin piano) ar.d others. Good organs always in the home. MR. McGEE is the local agent FOR THE JUNIUS HART PIANO HOUSE OF NEW ORLEANS. T he E nterprise OFFICI AL JOURNAL OF IBERIA PARISH AND TOWN OF NEW IBERIA REMARKABLE EVIDENCES OF OIL AND SULPHUR IN CALCASIEU. A representative ot' the Press on Tuesday had the privilege ot' view ing what are, perhaps, the most remarkable and prononuced evid ences of the existence of oil sure and sulphur probably, to be found not only in the parish but in the entire state. Serpent bayou is a crooked stream that winds its way through the lower portion of ward one until it empties into the Calcasieu river. In section 17-8-6. Messrs Barnett Bros, of this city own a quarter section of Und on which are the remarkable indications spoken of above. The bayou winds its crooked route through their land. The banks are steep, and running back in a northwesterly direction from the bayou is a ridge of laud, or rather an almost continuous line of bumps or slight elevations of ground. Along the side of the bayou bank for perhaps a half mile are a number of springs at intervals of a few feet, flowing water and a small quantity of oil. Pure oil, too, as can be seen as it lies glistening with all the colors of the rainbow the surface of the water as it finds its way into the bayou proper. There is also a deposit in the springs of a thick, yellowish substance, that lies in masses all about. In and near the spring can be seen gas, bubbling out through the water, at times becoming quite strong. In many of the springs, particularly the larger ones, is a fine-grained sand, which, while it is not the same exactly as that found in the lower oil-bearing sands, is yet said to be strong indication of the presence of oil. The land is owned by Messrs. E. E. and A. F. Barnett, of this city, and was purchased by them after a careful examination, and solely on account of the remarkable evidences of mineral beneath the surface. After their purchase they visited the land accompanied by a gentle man of long experience in the oil fields of Ohio, who unhesitatingly prononuced the indications the strongest he had ever seen in the coast county, and assured the gentle men that they had oil. He also felt sure of the presence of surface sul phur, as he claimed that the yel lowish deposit was a substance formed by the forcing of gas and oil through beds of sulphur. The odor of oil can be plainly distin guished near the springs, at times being very plain and smelling ex actly like the Beaumont product. The land lies about fifteen miles north and slightly east of the city, and five miles from the Watkins road. To the south and west about three miles, on Bayou Arsene, is the well being put down by the Forward Reduction Co., now about 1000 feet deep. Adjoiuing the tract is one of 550 acres belonging to Francois Hebert, jr., upon which the Guffey Company has just per fected a lease under contract to to start putting down a well within 30 days, to be completed within six SORES AMD ULCERS. Sores and Ulcers never become chnnlt unless the blood is in poor condition—is sluggish, weak and unable to throw ofl the poisons that accumulate in it. The qntemjnust be relieved of the unhealthy matter through the sore, and great danger to life would follow should it heal before the blood has been made pure and healthy and all impurities eliminated from the sys tem. S.S .S. begins the cure by first cleans ing and invigorating the blood, building up the general health and removing from """s 1 a oonstamt dram woh the system. When this has been accomplished the dis charge gradually ceases, and the sore or nicer heals. It is the tendency of these old indolent sores to grow worse and worse, and eventually to destroy the bones. Local applications, while soothing and to some extent alleviate pain, cannot reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S. does, and no matter how apparently hopeless your condition, even though your constitution has broken down, it will bring relief when nothing else can. It supplies the rich, pure blood necessary to heal the sore and nourish the debilitated, diseased body. Mr. J. B. Ttlbert, Lock Box 24s. Winona, Mtas, jn: "Six years aao mjr lex front UK knee to « foot was one solid sore. Several physicians led me and I made two trip« to Hot Sort " found no relief. I was induced to try S. I ' a complete core. I have been a per "tsthe only purely veg etable blood purifier known—contains no poisonous minerals to ruin the digestion and •dd to, rather than relieve your suffer ga. If your flesh does not heal icm ben scratched, bruised or cut, your bl in bad condition, and any ordinary 1 is apt to become chronic. Send for our free book and write oar physicians about your case. We make as rät sSwnsiÄSnc'co, aiumta, u. B^Moss' Cafe has just received for the iug and bottle trade a few high-grade wines and liq uors. See add on page two. H STORK TIME to women is a term of much 1 anxiety,serious thought and I sweet anticipation. Pain and \ dread, love and joy, come ever changingly. With the cessation of nain necessary to childbirth tnere comes calm nerves, sleep, recuperation. MOTHER'S FRIEND diminishes the pain accompanying matern ity. With its aid mothers can Sringhealthy babies, sweet dispositioned babies and ideal babies into the world. Take away the pain of childbirth and you have bliss and ecstacy. Morning sickness, sore breasts and excru ciating pains caused by the gradually ex panding otyans, are relieved by this re markable southing balm. Among the manifold aids to childbirth M othmr'm f rlmnd has grown in popular ity and gained a prestige among rich women as well as poor ; it is found and welcomed in the mansion as well as the cabin. Children, strong intellectually and physic ally is a duty every pregnant woman owes society. ftm wroughl ish, Ill-tempered and sickly forms you'have laughing humanity that remains a blessing •ver after to you and its country. Try a $1 bottle. Druggists everywhere sell Mother's Friend. Write us for our fr fS book "Motherhood," THE BRADPIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlmnim, Om. months. On both the Forward and and Hebert lands, are similar springs, though not nearly so many nor so rich in indications as the Barnett land. This land with these remarkable springs, has been known locally for many years to the settlers in that locality, but owing to their isolated sitnation, had not attention of the oil men, until, driven from the Beaumont field by the excessive prices of laud, they began explor ing in Calcasieu. That they have found something is evidenced by the boring of one well and contract ing to bore another. Eveu to the casual observer the presence of oil is plain to be seen, and the sulphur proposition seems to be almost as plain.— Lake Charles Press. A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's great dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, rhematism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder troubles in child ren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment, and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials. Sold by druggists, and Estorge Drug Co. Read Thia. New Iberia, La., August 25, 1901. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Lonis, Mo. : Dear Sir—Your Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, has done me more good for Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatism than anything I ever used. Yours truly, T. A. DEROUEN. Enormous Cotton Plantation. of a to •'I I in New Orleans, La., Nov. 19. —The biggest deal that has yet been pro moted in Louisiana will probably be consummated at Marksville, in Avoyelles parish, to-day, including a tract of 109,000 acres in the Red River flats. The land is now covered with dense valuable hardwood tim ber, aud after this has been removed the whole body of land will be planted to cotton, making it the largest cotton plantation in the entire world by many thousands of acres. One of the principals of this big deal is S. T. Foresman of Williams port, Pa., now registered at the St. Charles, hotel, who is one of the partners in the Bowman-Foresman Lumber Company of Williamsport; also a director in the Lycoming National bank of that place. Mr. Foresman retnrned from Marksville this morning. A company will be organized for some $2,000,000 cap ital, all Pennsylvania money, to carry oat the plans with relation to the cotton plantation. The first steps,'of coarse, will be to remove the valuable timber, which will be exported direct to Europe from this port. Of the gigantic deal, Mr Foresman said : "We will organize a company for the planting of the staple on the largest scale ever attempted in this country or anywhere. We will put the most experienced cotton men in charge of the undertaking—men with experience, who know all abont the raising of cotton. There are seven of ns in the deal, and we believe we will have no trouble in putting the plans into operation for the cotton plantation idea." T* Care a UM la O m Day. Take Laxative-Bromo Quinine Tablets. AU druggists refand the money it it fails to enn. E. W. Grove's signature, is on I «aeh box. 25c. Clash over Cuban Reciprocity Houston. Tex., Nov. 15.—A spe cial to the Post from New Orleans says : "The sugar and rice interests of Louisiana and Texas have clashed over the question of reciprocity with Cuba. The sugar producers are bitterly opposed to any treaty with the new Cuban republic which will admit sugar imported into the United States from the island at a lower duty than now paid, while the rice planters, rice mills, brokers and exporters demand a reciprocity agreement that will enable them to supply the Cubans with all the rice they import. The two principal products of Cuba are sugar and to bacco, and a reciprocity treaty bet ween the United States and the new government would necesMirily mean reduction of the tariff on tlmse articles. The sugar growers assert that this spells ruin for their in dustry, and they are preparing to fight it to the last ditch. The rice men claim that a reciprocity agree ment would enable the American rice producers to absolutely con trol the Cuban rice trade, that the rice industry is as much entitled to government favors as the sugar plauters; that the Cubans are now importing about 1,000,000 bags of rice annually from other countries and that if the proposed treaty is negotiated it would practically double the rice crop of Louisiana and Texas. Modem Surgery Surpasêetl. "While suffering from a bad case of piles I consulted a physician who advised me to try a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve," says G. F. Carter, Atlanta, Ga. •'I procured a box and was entirely cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is a splendid cure for piles, giving relief instantly, and heartily recommend it to all suffereis." Surgery is unnecessary to cure piles. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure any case. Cuts, burns, bruises and all other wounds are also quickly cured by it. Be ware of counterfeits. Julius Koch. Mrs. Kate Hadley committed suicide in New Orleans by swallow ing carbolic acid. Ill-treatment by her husband, to whom she had been married only a little more than a year, is given as the cause of the woman's self-murder. There is probably no disease more dis tressing and annoying than piles. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is daily curing cases of years' standing of itching and bleeding piles. The cure begins on the first application, a little perseverance makes the cure complete. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 7!» cents. Estorge Drug Co. A syndicate of Northern and Ken tucky capitalists has been formed to construct an extensive system of elecctric railroads, of which the city of Lexington will be the cen ter. It represents $7,000,000 cap ital stock, and it is proposed to con struct abont 140 miles of electric line, connecting Lexington and a number of other commnnites in the 'bine-grass" section of the State Getting Thin it all right, if you are too fat; and all wrong, if too thin already. Fat, enough for your habit, is healthy; a little more, or less, is no great harm. Too fat, consult a doctor; too thin, persistently thin, no matter what cause> take Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. There are many causes of get ting too thin; they all come ander these two heads: over work and under-digestion. Stop over-work, if you can; but, whether you can or not, take Scott's Emulsion ofCjd Liver Oil, to balance yourself with your work. Y ou can't live on it—true—but, by it, you z&n. There's a limit, however; you'll pay for it. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for "can't eat," unless it comes of your doing no work-you can't long be well and strong, without jome sort of activity. The genuine has this picture on It, take no other. If you have not tf .oa It, send for free sample. Its a yrooable taste will I c S tt V ibowne Chemists, 409 Pearl Street, New York. SOc. and $1.00; all druggists. **Moss' Cafe has just received for the jug and bottle trade a few high-grade wines and liq uors. See add on page two. CHECKED SOUTH. When the first keen winds of winter begin to be felt in the XortU, many ati invalid is hurried away by anxious friends to the kindlier climate of the South. The cause is apparent as you look ftt the hollow checkà and listen to the rasu Ine cough of tna trayejer. Persons Buffering with weak lungs, ooatinat« cough «ia »ever« hemor rhage even, have found the change of climate made unnecesMry oy the of Dr. PJcice's olden Medical iscovery. It strengthens weak lung», cures obsti nate coughs, and builds up the body with sound,healthy flesh. It contains no alcohol, neither opium, cocaine nor other narcotic " I feel that I owe a debt of gràtftude to friend for recom mending your medi cine as well as to you for preparing such grand remedies for chronic dt.ease* especially, which the doctors failed to reach," Ssq , of Barclay, Osage Co , . _ pass the good word along for the bench others who need your remedies. I am a ruil rites I »staples I ilcsirc t Kans. my work keet> tepplticf out frr ma btonchiti*. roa«l agent, and four year« ag Ing me In a warm room a quçntly into the cold air gave rti which became chronic ana deeo seated. Dot - tors |failed to'reach my case 'and advised me t*» try 0 higher air. but, fortunately for me, a friend also a«l\nsed me to try I)r. lMerce'a medicines. I commenced taking your 1 Oolden Medical Dis covery,' and by the time I had taken tno firwl bottle I was better, and after taking about four bottles my cough was entirely gotie. This was year ago last winter ; and again last winter I took atKHit three bottles to prevent a return of the trouble. I have found no necessity for neck ing another climate." Free. Th« Commun Sense Medical Ad viser, 1008 pages, cloth bound, sent free on receipt of one-cent stamps, to pav ei ~ Address Dr. ft. V. pense of mailing i Pierce, Buffalo N onlv V Dover, N. II., Nov. !1.—An in vention of Thomas W. Prior of Chicago that may liavo a far-reach ing efieet on cotton manufacturing has just been perfected in this city. is a cotton gin, constructed on entirely different principle from that involved in the invention by Eli Whitney. The roller principle embodied in the new invention. The machine received its final test yesterday. The cotton passes through rollers, which remove the seed, pieces of shell and other for eign substances. There is no break ing or cutting of the fibre, as is the case with the saw gin. The new has double the capacity of the old. A Valuable Cotton Gin Invention State or Ohio, Cïty or Toledo, 1 Lucas Cotott, J Frank J. Chenet makes oatU that he is the senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing businoss in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and evory ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of Decembor, A. D., 1896. A. W. qlka80n, Notary Publie. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testi monials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. A Rayue negro named Alexin Senegal entered a house 011 a plan tation near Opelousas in search of a woman he said was his wife, and deliberately stabbed a negro to death whom he found asleep in a bed. <«»» . Stops the Cough aud Works of! the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a eold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Prico 25 cents. m , m Tom Baker walked into J. I. Al len's store at Harepta, Webster parish, and fired at Mr. Allen with a shotgun, shooting off four fin gers of his right hand. J. W. Sikes, a clerk in the store, who is a brother-in-law of Baker's, grappled with the intruder and was com pelled to shoot and kill him in self defense. OASVOnXA. » £, yf The Kind You Haw Always Bought Ügaatus of Atrocities in the British concen tration camps in Sonth Africa are eliciting vigorous protests from the press, pulpit and people of Eng land. Never try to coax a cold or cough, use the remedy that unfailingly eonquers both. Ballard's Horehound Syrup is the great specific for all throat and lung troubles. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Estorge Drug Co. England will hereafter send her Australian mails through New York and San Francisco, thereby saving three days on the trip. The Best Prescripts for Malaria. Chilis and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No core —no pay. Price 50c. The lost Tapapa mines, celebrat ed in Spanish annals as having produced $80,000,000 in silver and gold during the seventeenth cen tury, and which are described on Spanish maps as being situated in Northwestern Mexico, about fifty leagues from the sea, near Los Pi lares, have been found. Reliable and dent le. 'A pill's a pill," says the saw. But there are pills and pills. You want a pill which is certain, thorough and gentle. Mustn't gripe. DeWitt's Little Early Ris ers fill the bill. Purely vegetable. Do not force but assist the bowels to act. Strengthen and invigorate. Small and easy to take. Julins Koch.