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i You Get
W The Cause
Notbing more dis
~aging than a con
I.me when you
Pe. pains pierce
then you bend
lift It's hard to
or to rest
yeO sleep ptry
next day is the
e old story.
That backache in- H
V calls for somne -
g so well rec- p1
mtenaded as Doan's "Et' ru Itct ue
gidney pills. T'lil a .tory'"
.a'e A California Case
SE. Walsh, 1649 Tenth .Ave., Fan
psulseo. ('al., says: "The shairp. knife
ains i my back wer, almogt un
ite. 1 often hbadl to rr it. On'
Mille walking, I had a suidrn attack
d doctor had to hb -iah4 t1. Finally I
d Don a Kidne Pills and they made
OG .'. at Any Drug Store. 50c a Box
-A AN' S KIDNEY
. .M. BURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
Never do anything (L,.Iriming the
,titude of which you have a doubt.
The faith that inspires is the trust
wbich comes from our time-trusted
Ieods.--W. S. Royston.
SAts sa mmer tonic there it no mnedicine
titquitecomnparewith ONIDIN'E. It not
builds uP the s~ytern. h t talken reg
trIr. prevents _Maslaria. Regular or Taste.
a formula at Druggists. Adv.
End of Famous Vessel.
The Fox, the vessel in % hich the
hi. Sir Leopold McClintock made his
acovery of the fate of Sir John
lsaltlin and his companions, has been
wiked on the Greenland coast. In
get years she has been employed
W the Danish Greenland authorities
a coastal trips.
b a boarding house for bachelors.
Isada, typical "Mammy." looked af.
r the guests' comfort in true south
an styl6 so well that one of tte men
kought he would take her away with
Mb in the summer in the capacity of
iesekeeper. Toward spring he way
hid her in the hall one day and said:
Mandy, do you like the country?"
sandy reckoned she did.
"Would you like to go away with
ge this summer and keep house for
'Mandy was sure she v, ould.
1"uppose I get just a bungalow. Do
amthink you could take care of it
.saly by yourself?"
sMady gasped and rolled her eyes.
'Deed, no, massa! Reckon you all
hitr let somebody else; I don't
,w snothin' about taking care of any
LOOKED LIKE IT.
.le ld--pldo, I'm beginning to
twhen I b9ught you fer a full
Setter dat de dealer played a
t5one dish that a
many thousand peo
relish greatly for
lunch or sup
wafers of toast
aost delightful dish.
with cream and
mont submitted to the people at the same
flne till Oendment is t-dtli
adole . Ieln a ub itted Is
1. All Stats taxes and licenses except (I
as lthreinafter provided shall be collected
by the State Tlreasuler. Ti.e 1neral Aa
~emtldy shall provide such additional clert
cal force In the Treasurer's otiice as may 1
be necemsyry to enable t in to purlrla nom
the duties herein ri tscrlbed.
2. The Genertitl As.seimlhiy shall have r
the Power to provlde for special Revenue
Agents, not to exceed thl'ee in number,
to assist the Trte-user Ita liectimtg ii C
ticense, and taxes, and to assi.st the Tax
-olevying in gathering ilfotiination tfur
levying aslnesents, aid shall x tihe
compensatiun and duties of such aget. I r
Article XI. i
1. All articles and parts of articles of
the Conutstitution of 18!b on lite Subjvct of
alsbesalllunt allid :txatio adl all amend
llleta- t hereto oil said silhj&",|. COlntrary
to or in t'ontlict with the ptorisions ' l!iit i
alllultllietL le andi the sane are hereby
I sc I, I I..e .
SCI HED|" I, t
1. No part of tiIds a-"o li ir nt to Ihe t
Constltuton slall go intl enalect Untl
Jianuary ait, 114, erev . t,.t tile pro
%li~lons of ei('litlS O!ne, two . itC, six andt
seven of Artit'le ill, is to Stciail iakes, i
rlla t go iilt-) f!fe't as s~on .s the th;el
eral Asre!nthl shall pIlts lantay trlying
thetn into itractl. and tel 1,mv isiwns of
sections it ,i . and i touZ o sid Ateti'.
shall go ilto effect on .lc i tty 1st, 1:.i13,
provided i;rs cal r)hing til AInto ely't
hall The PiaSed n ti ' ithfoite :l thl I
11.3; tpo' lied further, Hat a t\ s ca rying
ihet into enL'itct mihy be eIat:ed at atl)'
2. Otl and after Jalhtarv IsI. 1914, the
office of the State iuri of Applraisel ti
aild tlhe oiflte of State H,.itrd o f Equall-'
cgatiot shall |ie abolislheid, It tie plellett
Irncutihenits shall hold I heir of ices at the
lresettl rate of compnrs .llo tl until theilr,
presenit itrlntn shall e, l. and they! shallte
aid the 'Tax 'oItntmistion in putting the
cystem p ltvtded for in t his aniinilndlent
intao operalioli, and itn Ittit ctrolliectlin
tite shall ptrforlnt ihel dnollea as the Tax
('omlam sion and the teeneral Asblembly
3. The license tax ailtl(s liepd by theI
presenlt t'onstiltutlon ht he I-vied onl thle
Severalnce of nllatural esoittcPe froti the
soil, shall bye aetperel, el by this amnenI
rnent as It the eie\e:.t!en ot Ilflterals, oil
and ga;ls, ati shall be lt-icd oly ote the
severance of forest pi roladt'ts.
4. Wtiei this aelnrndunttt goles lio el
fect on inruary 1, 194i, he tecial state
taxes levied for good tIna!rl :tnld ft 'l
federate Veterains as nowr estalmlled or
as niay he estahlilsiedl i lhe it, rlondine't
to be i,htntiledl to the peoptle ati the saule
time this amendtiment is suhtlit ted, aha ll
cease and the (eneral Asseinbly shall
make provision ott of tlie i:onirtsl Ft-lrl
for tie beneilt of ea'lt of tihese specilal
funds ai Itlereinithote Iptrv ided.
lected on Jarltuny 1, 1914. iir 1913 antd
Sheriffs In the parishles, and the Staite
Tax ('oll-crtr In New t-rleans, t1,t alI
snu.h olls lions must he ,rnipleled by
.Tune 0. . `16. u to whin h dlnte tilhe .ttaIe
Tax Conilertnr of New I)tlreti slai rC
usrtRn in nf eq. lie 5h lit alsi collect tll
State licensees leveld In thoe Parish of
New Orleanhs untnl std d;1. toln the Gint
eral Aessr-nltly hall proctie for a eflic
inn of hist r!ericrI fonrte to htke pilace on
t.hI e ,(1. 1914. After t.Iine lt. lt.t. ,any
rtate licenRse and taxc. then remat:iig
vinpatl. shall he cnllarted hr the St:r't
Treasurer. Tle ,elet-al Asemtln shanll
hv apriropriate lert'lalin provide ,otr
rensatlr n on ast tilitahlle basis to the
tax collectors and sasessonra of the ccv
m-i e fr;athes for the stiol they may lsrs~
after Janttnry first, 1914. to the r1:,tt of
the exniration of their Irnos of nRffie tm
commissions on tihe State taxes tl:at
would have atccrtued on the sonlrees oif
revenllue segregated to the State. npro
vited9 that the State shall te under no
obligation to reimburse themo In any
greater amonrt than will guarantee to
them a sulm ePnot) to the total of the cnrm
missions of their offee for the years 1n11
or 1412, takine the veer which shows the
highest amouint. altm the roeneral Assent
hly shall at its rerllnar sesion in 1h14 .ind
1at16 make an etimatet of the prnbahle
amount needed for rtich Dnrnnoe. lindt
make taproprnation to cover the saine:
and at the biennial sesstion of 416 9 and
1918 it shall make a further appropriatlon
to cover anl' rleftciency.
6. The amendments to the Constitui
tln submitted to the neon!e at the saeme
time that this amepndlpbnt is .lomitted,
prnntosi to exemnt from taxation the
ohjects thereton spcalellt set forth. if
adopted. shall not hued b'tei by the prmn
visions of this amendment: nor shall this
rnmendment he conntrued as aectlng any
property'ronw exempt from txeatlnn un
ter the ('onstltthtlon of 1r9i and Itt
7. The Public Debt Amendment, sulb
Ptet to the penplr at tile t err timer
this Ame ndment is stibmitted, if adopted,
shall be super.seded hy thli s-'ntn me',t It
resapect to the mode of providing the pub
lic dnebt fund guaranteed by such amend
Prior to .Tnlltary 1, 1914, the General
Assembly shall pass proper statutes to
carry this amendment Into operation; nnd
the Governor shall call an extra session
of that body for that purpose as soon ah
cnvenftent after this amendment is
Section 2. Be it further resolved, eto.
That there shall be printed on the ban
lots to be used at said election the
"For the amendment to the Constltu
tlon reorganizing and remlodeling the
State's system of assessment and taza
And the words-
'Against the ameudment to the Con
stitution reoraernlsing and remodeling the
State's system of assessment and taxa
And each voter shall indicate on hi.
ballot, as provided by the general elec
tlon laws of the State. whether lIt votes
for or against mid amendment.
L. E. THOMAS,
Speakeir of the Housae of Representatives.
THOMAS C. BARRET,
Lieutenant Governor and President of the
Approved: August 241th, 19]2.
L. E. HALL,
Governor of the State of Loulsians.
Al,VIN E. HIPBERT, /
Seretary of State.
Speaking of the
Trying to succeed-in business
without advertising is like the
case of the man who, trying to
cut epenses, divorced his wife
and alone attempted to keep
house and raisle his children.
It colt him more money for
doctor bills and funers! es
peones in a year than he gav
his wile in a lifetime.
When ado·ertising is
divorced, business sc
cass becomes failure.
This paper is building your'
aeighbor' business. He has
reasons He tried advertising
and it helped him. It is not
an experiment- this paper
brings results. Good, hard,
THE CHILDREN'S HEALTH
In observing the physical character
(stics of her children, the careful moth
er soon learns that health is depend
ent on the regularity of the bowels.
When the bowels become clogged with
the stomach's rev!use, loss of appetite,
restlessness, irritability, and similar
evidences of disorder are soon appar
ent. Keep the bowels regular and a
healthy, happy child is assured.
At the first sign of constipation the
mother should administer a mild laxa
tive to carry off ,the congested waste.
from the stomach that is fermenting
and forcing poisonous gases into th
system. A simple compound of laxa
tive herbs with pepsin is highly recom
mended as being very mild, yet posi
tive, in its action, a teaspoonful at
bedtime usually serving to bring an
easy, thorough, natural movement
next morning. This compound is
known as Dr. ('aldwll's Syrup Pepsin
and is sold by druggists everywhere
for 50c a bottle. A larger bottle, put
up especially for the family mcdicine
chest, costs one dollar.
The use of salts and violent purga
lives and cathartics should be avoid
ed. They are too harsh and drastic,
tending to upset the entire system.
Write to T)r. W. It, Caldwell, 20o: West
St., Montii,llo, Ill., for a trial bottle
of his Syrup P'epsin, if you have never
used it. lie will be glad to send it
without any expense to you. Adv.
Tle-I wouldn't mind having a wife
\ She-l1ut your wife does like me.
THE RIGHT SOAP FOR BABY'S
In the care of haby's skin and hair,
Cuticura Soap is the mother's fa
vorite. Not only is it unrivaled in
purity and refreshing fragrance, but
its gentle emollient properties are
usually sufficient to allay minor Irri
tations, relmove redness, roughness
and chafing, soothe sensitive condi
tions, and promote skin and hair
health generally. Assisted by Cuti
eura Ointment, it is most valuable In
the treatment of eczemas, rashes and
other itching, burning Infantile erup
tlons. Cuticura Soap wears to a wafer,
often outlasting several cakes of ordi
nary soap and making its use most
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."
Vegetable Fiber for Shoes.
A lHaverhill (Mass.) shoeman has
obtained patents giving him the right
to make vamps and tops of vegetable
fiber which he has invented and per
fected to be used in the manufacture
of shoes. A 'few cases of shoes have
been made of this material ,which ap
pears to be a good substitute for leath
er. The fiber is said to be particular
ly adaptable for warm weather wear
because, being of a woven material,
air can penetrate the vamp and top.
The inventor also claims that a shoe
made of this material is waterproof.
Getting Along Fine at School.
Now that school has been "going"
several weeks parents are beginning
to inquire of their young hopefuls as
to their progress. The other day a
mother out on HIarrison boulevard,
while eating luncheon with her six
"And how are you getting along in
"Oh," replied Dorothy between
mouthfuls of bread and milk, just
fine! I and Frances Smith are the
smartest and best dressed girls in
'he school."-Kaansas City Star.
Important to Mothere
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
(;riggs-How about that piece of
land you bought down on the cape?
Anything come up on it?
Briggs-Yes, the tides.
To prevent Malaria is far better than
to cure it. In malarial countries take a
dose of OXIDINE regularly one each week
and save yourself from Chills and Fever
and other malarial troubles. Adv.
The beauty doctors tell us that rest
is a great beautifier-but they never
cite the tramp as an example.
WHY THE FIFTH MAN LEFT
He Wore a Wig and the Other Four I
Men at the Table Were Bald
In the slokiitg routst ,f a + s..
bound (ean lit.r t +) days ,ut from' t
an 'nglishli pr t, i1 Ilo-ln sl t at a;
"small garil'" of lpot'er. W\hen Ihe,
chips had bt( - tcmn'd in the 1114n r,'
tainend their hlaii, s. and pri' senltly i(nt'
of the party said This Is funny;
four bald heIads out of a lpo.sih!)
filve." and then themt-, u' s a iiscuastont
as too he c(au0es o(f IL::iss, in w hich
all look part e-xclit. tih. unaf!lictled
manh. t ho as ai gooid listener for a
\\while. Hle thlet lad,i lthe the'rs gtoal
Snight. When he had gone the (ounl
est of the group i hit n as less haIldi
than the otht ", said, . "i It (t knit ,
t hy Mr. Blank itan,, the gtaway'
lie Nears a 1Ig, antd :i probably as
bald as any of us." \td for the rest
of the jurney Mr. l:lank'i h ad 'as
t the object of study -at a di:;tutn,
for he never ;:gatin appea'(red in tlih
" 'W\here there's a will there's a
way,'" avers' Taylor I oltnes, appear
liug it The Million. 'Tih' i.y, ho)
r e'v('r, varles, as in til, 'case of a cr
it ain pickpocket, w ho wais co(tli\td id
and promllptly tined.
"The lawyer' of t.ht pi'ckpocket took
the fine impllosed lupon his client very
m Iuch to hleart.
" 'Twenty-flc dollars?" he expostu
lated. 'Your honor. \ shre is this poor,
unfortunate anila to get $S23
"Ilia honor did not know, or if he
did lie retrained from saying so, but
the prisoner vas less discreet.
' "'Just let inc out of here for ten or
fifteen minutes.' he said. 'and I'll
lhow you!' "- Young's Magazine.
New Stage in Inebriety.
Mr. I orden las Ibeen telling an
Sanecdote (once'ruiing t weo "brithcr
Scots" who used to foregather in a
"dry" district, each bringing with him
a portable sprinig of comfort in the
shape of a bIuttle < i whlisky.
Onfe of the!u xl s askedl one day' by
na "third party" whether the other,
Jock Anderson. did not get a little
"Drunk," \as the relly. "lan, tllhe
last time I was wi" himl Jock was
I that drunk I couldia see himn."--Lon
As at lltCer t 'Inic t rt e iere non meliineiil
that quite cLnpoea le Oi'h 0XII)INlF. It not
only" builds up the -\-tletl. hut taken reg
ulatrl\. pire\vent' Mal'r;;I. lRoanlnr or 'T'aste
r, less furnmula at l)Druggitts. Adv.
It '"le proposed to her in a canoe."
e "Did she accept hinmi?"
1" "1 presume so. The canoe cap
Ir COLD ILOODEDI AND
iK..ET II)A T.ING
Chilli: Itev James ltird, (iiiuneht lir.'I't.s , wrote
n "I have used iyour t.'tw:ilihani.' t hill 'J'inie in m
family and caln lcrolum1 o t itil'rrrryne atil'ld
d with Cbllll and Verer. It. cured shton allllious
other remedlies tarled. Prin SMiO. 8,l( and (lldr
an teed by lt deualers. A.LB. 1ihbards aMdicin .Co.,
5beriana. Tua, . Al'd
"Sinis never made a big lilt. lie
d just ploughed his way along."
h "What a harrowing life."
n TO DRIVE OU:T MALARIA
AiND HUILD UI TIllRE N ]STEM
lTake the Old Italindard UlttVitMs'i 'I'A5T.LtS'
CIHILL TONIC. YVuu kanow bwhat yon are taking.
l'be formula I plainly printed on every bctli,,
ahowlni It Is limply Vuinine and Iroin tn a taltlt.hs
fi,r. nin trI' ueis' r·'"''tual form. buor lpYownl
people and hildren, Ill Jet. AdY.
e "'What would you call it ih a man
r- to steal all my Ideas?"
'e "Petty larceny."
S Regular pract icinl lihl it'iiansI reconunend
u and prescribe OXII)INE for M.Hlaria. he
r- cuule it is a Ilooven r-ls'li,,' bh' .'ears of ex
r perience. Keepl a lottle in the medicine
chest and aisiinister at irst sign of Chills
1, and Fever. Adv.
e A man's wife seldom lectures him
on the sin of gambling as long as he
iMrs. Winalow'a Sootliii*l S.'rup for Cliiltlren
*teethinp, ulflen thle lguns, reduli-es inflanidln
lion,allayi pain, curei wind colic, c a bottle.
i, It is the things that are possible
.- but not probable that keep some peo
ple from being happy.
- ITCH Relieved in 30 Minutes.
Woolflurd's Saultir Lotion for all kindi of
*n contaglous lth. At Druggits. Adv.
e What human pature wants in some
Sbody topay the freight.
New China Currency.
The new Chinese dollars of the
Chinese republic are objects of much
curiosity among the natives. They
carry English on the obverse side and
Chinese on the reverse, with the plc
ture of Dr. Sun Yat' Sen, founder of
"Why does he wear such 'a swim
ming stit as that?"
"For divers reasons."
One Problem Settled.
Mrs t . K "n !1} th d had Just tlh!A\\:
I(i1'"(t!1: ;.til i tilttrov.1 a (tI'iILh:ur r1 i n
(.'111 itIt ! T, a vet(' (falls: ,I R1!~:·'. ;" :li.!
Ii2Ad l)f( n 1ti .rt 11(u ('ff to jail *l;1uu1,1
Bane Gude Veils.
It i i- i:;;(14(1 a ret~lrmtiug lr\l i(I
1?ttlt 11;e" \,IIMl jit rcdlicjt i I,'. !
"li(11r" \ (i i tlit c e
F I' III
at. PF(',tr'.pTc STIMULATE PURIFY
THiE BOWELS ThEE UVER " THE BLOOD
From Forty-Five to Fifty Are Much Benefited
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
The "C.hange of life" is a most
critic.l period in a woman's ex
istence, and the anxiety felt by
women as it draws near is not
When her system is in a de
ranged condition, she may be
iredisposed to apoplexy, or con
gestion of some organ. At this
time, also, cancers and tumors
are more liable to form and begin
their destructive work.
Such warning symptoms as
serLnse of suffocation, hot flashes,
headaches, backaches, dread of
impending evil, timidity, sounds
in the cars, palpitation of the
heart, sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipation, vari
able appetite, weakness and
inquietude, and dizziness, are
promptly heeded by intelligent
women who are approaching the
period in life when woman's
great change may be expected.
These symptoms are calls from
nature for help. The nerves are
crying out for assistance and the
cry should be heeded in time.
, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is prepared to meet
the needs of women's system at
this trying period of her life. It
invigorates and strengthens the
female organism and builds up
the weakened nervous system.
It has carried many women safely
through this crisis.
ONE CASE, OUT OF MANY
TO PROVI OUR CLAIMS.
S t. Anne, Ill.--"1 was passing
B through the (change of life and I
was If perfect wrtck from female
t roubles. I had a displacement
and hcaring down pains, weak
1 fainting lxl'ls, diz.:iness, then
ninumb and cold feelings. Somne
tiimes my feet and limbs were.
t s\,inl. I was irregular and had
so rruc.h backache and headache,
was nervous, irritable and was
(deslpondent. Sometimes my ap
p]tihe was good buti more often it
was not. Mby kidneys troubled
1 mne at times and I could walk
only a short distance.
"I saw your advertisement in a
B paper and took Lydia E. Pink
ham~s Vegetalle ('ompomnd, and
I was helped from the first. At
e the. nd of two mpnths the swel
ling had gone down, I was re
lieved of pail, and could walk
t with ease. I continued with the
mt edicine and now I do almost all
my housework. I know your
e medicine has saved me from the
p grve and I am willing for you to
Spublish anything I writ to you,
for the good of others."-Mrs.
SESTELLA GILLISPI Ix.F. NO. 4,
Box 34, St. Anne, l'inois.
For inkDISTEMPE Ey Epoot
F Shippln Fever
D Catarrhal Fever
Rare uare and poultive preven!e. rin matter how hmean at any awe are infeted
Or"extwm) l." ;LiquId .gItven n tf'e tmonoe arts ou the |lood and tlandsl; epl.la tLe
polnous yIrns frn the bhod. ('i r, 1)Isten per Lu Ul. r and heepl nd 'hn uers ;n
Poultry. ..rpetlltl 11e isIck remedy. (:reo I a ( rlple. az.ig humao belngs.
andi, a finne K, eyrm remedy. te ad I la b.ttle; a5 andcl Si dozen. I ut thle Out.
Keep it th ow touyr drtgglat. wh a all get it for you. Flce booklet, "Itatenopoe
causes and Cureds. peclal gent wanted
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., .Co ,ti ., GOSHEN, IND., U. S. A.
$3.00 *3.50 $4.00 s4.50 AND $5.00
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
ay, wepr W. L Douea $2.00, "2.a0 & WS.00 soee be
see, beoause one pale wll MpeslW ly ost ower two
arke of ordbsasy.shoes, same as the aen's shoes.
W.LDouglasmakes and sebjs more $:.00,$3.80 & $4.00 hoes
than any other manufacturer in the world.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS.
The workmanship which has made W. L Douglas shoes famous the world
over is maintained in every pair.
Ask your dealer to show you W.L Douglas latest fashions for fall and winter
wear, notice the short vamps which make the foot look smaller, poians in a
shoe particularly desired by young men. Also the conservatlve stylet which
have made W. L Douglas shoes a household word everywhere.
If you could visit W. L Douglas large factories at Brockton, Mass., sad see
for yourself how carefully W. L Douglas shoes are made, you would then on
derstand why they are warranted to fit better, look better, hold their shape and
wear longer than any other make for the price. Fast Oid Eelstrs.
CAUTION.-To protect you ainst Inlerior shoe. W.L D ls stampt his sand e on the hot.
temn. Leek for the stamp. Bew.re of substitutes. W. L Douslas shoe. are sol in 78 own
teres and shoe dealers everywhere. No matter where y7e live. they are within yom.rseh.
If your dealercanot supply you, writ direct to factory for cltalos showing bow it order
by maiL Shoes set everywh.re, dellvery cherges epnid. W..Doosa. rocskt.. s.
RS1 SS AND A *
OLES P'ý ( R
(iiLaNI BES 4!- S -R
H Bo 1 ALSAýM
;: a sM l mfall grwt. II
Never lef to Reatowg
P Gvenl. rd taI tat
teait 1 Healnlag Qualities
FOR BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM,
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
FOLEY KIDNEY PILS
r f ,,,, g Quickly Fad.
Week, Set. lyE,
CIGARETTE, CIGAR AND PIPE
SMOKERS, TOBACCO CHEW
lRS AND SNUFF DIPPERS
Wn EIB.ITH CIOARETI TREMEDY"bascured
other."' will ue you; without interference
from your dally labor. "Absolitely harmkes,"
"all Ddrougist," o bw expreea. )prepaLd, on
receipt o 1. Welemith Ciarett Remedy Co.,
H;;onton, Tex., P. O. Box 73a, Agents for U,.
SDROPSY TRATU Giveqick
i*ef, usually remove sweI.
Ilnn4 ad bolt breath In a few das n La
entire ellef IDb days, ta sl treetmes
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If Yors Is flutlerlug or. weak, use *'RENOVINL." Made by Van Vleet.Mansfild Druin Co.. Memphis. Tean. Prile $1.00