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'- iV - if , , 1 ; Heaters .j - 3 rA'T3The,i:Stap 'Airtight Heaters '-'.iViVv' , Trys is, olf'chapjinr?'r&?rii .tne.be.st pn the market for Economy and Comfort combined... .We y 'this'st'ove4a' l8,2J !andi24im, sizes-and, sell them at $1.25, $1.75 and $2.25 respectively for the lined For Coal and Wood. This Is the original ' Hot Blast Stove and remains at the head of the list, have these wood stoves from $4.50 to $8.00,. and for cfcal from !$9.()D to $ 6.00. We .carry, stoves. I he I8in. ynlineti tor $.UUi - I y:ut!,::l . i CORE'S BASE BURNERS and COAL HEATERS Are high grade stoves, perfect in construction and will hold fire from 24 to 48 hours. This is our best WE HAVE CAST BOX HEATERS ; -u...v. - Ml,.,'...'...-,.,. ... . .., i , . , ,..,... , The Burnside and many other styles of Heaters, and the most varied line of Cook Stoves and Ranees l.ne lbey are elegant in appearance, and range in prides from $20.00 to $50.00. to be tound in any tiast I ehnessee otocK ; CI T.aaw,.tai !: ' 1 ' ' ' ' ,; ' ' l' '. .- . ' -. . '. "' 0 Q O o 0 ARE EQUAL 2K ! SfJepgcncy -When. -it comes to Furnishing w J Biiil "Iiio:: Material Ifycki'waht anything- 'try us, and se what WE CAN DO, P tf. sirm B I U R A J t JOHNSON C'TY, tt u r nnu rw VTI! m mis VHtiit m i. list was. h! llest l oucli bj-rup. J usiey u r.rl In time pnlil hT tlnu.'ulti. t'BO WATAUGA LOnOE. No. 210, I. O. O. F., mectH on Mon.1ny evening of ouch week. Lodge room in llruuson UuiMlntr. Kust Market Btruvt. reur of Post Onlco. Visiting brothers irdliillv wck'uuuHi. ,, W (4 'i Wanted A. faw fii'Bt-clasa table hoarders. IlaveHouio nicely-furnish-td rooms. Desirable location and cou v enient to bnniness part of tbe citv. , Mrs.iC. W. Bharitz. , 117 Walnut street.' " - .. . . 6 , WANTED Girlii; to "oporRt poww Hewing machines, (iporienco not neo-. ossary, nice wprk. ' Wuyea six to eight dollars weekly.' Actdioas Standard Knittino Mills, , augl7-3m. : ' : Jvuoxville, Tenn. You get a good meal at tue Star Eos taurant for 2H cents every day. Meals served at all hours at tue Star Restaurant at popular prices. , " ' Thoi'otihbriM'.s For 80 Choice P.arred ri'uiouthvRock Cockerels for Fale at reasonable prices. Mail your orders Uy O. FRED ARTZ, Johnson City, Tenn. Wantedmy oiiicauo si AN'toi'Acntu ino llouse, fiersorr of trust worthiness and somewhat familiar? wijh local terri tory as assistant iu branch office. Sal ary $18 paid weekly. Permanent posi tion, tso investment required. ; .utwi ness established. 1 Previous experience uot esaential to -eiisasinff. Address. Mannger Branches A'l'i Dearborn St , Chicago, 111. . . i i 10-5-0t WASTKP BY cniCAMO MANUFAOTCn- iso Iloasej person of trustworthiness and somewhat fauiilitr with local terri tory as assistant iu braucli ofSlco. Sal ary (IIS Jaid weekly, t'ermaneut posi tion. Is'o liuvestment required. IYh vioua eXfierienou not : essential ; to engaging, i Address; Manftfor PjiaiiehRH, Corao Block, Chicago, III. ' 10-5-13t Chamberlain's ffiR'SnSS Never fail.. Buy it now. It may save life, FARM FOR 'SALE, - 270 acres in Monroe County, Tenn., on Louisville & Nashvillo Kailway, main line, 4 'Wiles below Knoxville, Uue timber iiever been ntj.at least 5,000 worth of timber on farm. Land m high state of cultivation.... Two story, i) room houe, well, smoke house, wood house, cribs, wheat graiuaries, two large barns, blacksmith shop, two good orchards; well watered, riudur good fence, 2 miles from Madison wile, the oounty scat, with fino road; 7 miles from Sweetwater. About (it) acres of bottom laud, remainder sliyhtly rolling; one-fourth nn'o from Jtiawassee Col loge, one-fourth mile from church, mail delivered at door, fine class of citizen ship, store withiu one-fourth mile. This is the farm on which Win. Dyer resided up to the lime of his death aud is beyond auy question of a doubt as Que a location as can be had ia Monroe Oonntv or Sweetwater a. ley. Kor price and further information pply to K. C. Hi ntpu, 1100-4t. Johritu City, Tenn. 5 A "7 ,-. '. - "WHAT'S IN TliE'-'JUQr t The best cure for Bhenmatishi, Catarrh, Scrofula and all diseases arising from im pure blood. ""iHyoa have any old ' --mr(inir r (osvurs rood uy' v - v y T-4 J takef the :'JXlv ka..(MfMMi .u,i Ket well. '..11 .'-.fc. ffl .';. CONNER MtUlClNE CO, Chattanoogajton TO ALMOST s TENNESSEE. Local and Personal. Fresh meat at Jackson's Saturday. You always tret the .best moats at Jackson's. Will Hickey wa? over from Middles boro Monday. - - . For all kinds of household goods go F. T. Eaxto.'s. 6 One big Bass Violin for sale cheap at F. P. Baxter's. ,s Order your steaks and roasts from Jackson. -'Phone 4(1. .. .. :JNo more high prices for fresh meats, you can go to Jackson's. S .-A lit. and Mrs. T. V. McCown have returned from Sholbyville. . " . , Miss Effio Love, of Loves, ' ia tho guest of Mrs. Aldin Swadley. ? " Mrs. J. A, IJolston, of Sogers ville, is the Rucst of Mrs. W. S. Mitchell. Mrs L; Armbrust returned i'home Tuti8day from Ohio leaving her..nephew better,. ,. ,:; , - ,. . j -y DeLong Ilice was in the . city a few days this week, returning to Nashville Friday. - 1 ' ' :'' "Bishop Gailor will preach; -in the Episcopal Chapel Sunday night. at 7:00 o'clock. ,' .. ? ..' - r ... - - .:. '. , --Ft)i. all kinds of novetiep go to F. P. Baxter " and children have returfied from a visit to Knoxville relatives. " r : Mk Miss Homa McMonigle came down from Eryin . last .Saturday to do..Bome shopping. ,.. .... ' .a , ...... If yorl stop' ftt "the Star Kestaurant vou will be properly treated and go . Amy xmA- i i I V-i ''.;''. V. S Archer drove to Knoxville last Saturday In his Wiuton touring car. lit) was. acevmpanied by Mrs. Archer, Miss Lena Barton, Cuas. Nnchols and. Sam Moer.-. Thoy returned Monday; Wc are nicely located in GO'S. GROCERY iSTORE glAd to sell you your Meats, uirse pi i But wc deliver, meat so fresh that it couldn't be fresher with out being alive. As a matter of fact meat should hang for. at leas a day or two to make" healthful food, and our modern , methods of preserving assxtre you sweet, tender, juicy and 'altogether good Meats at allt times. ' ORDERS FILtED PROMPTLY. LOOK M Tt Best Loin Steak 12 Best Roast 8c; Boiling HamT2 l-2ci Side Pork 'PHONE 93. ; nnin IT. th0 cold-euro that does the lllvl 1 I 1 I worl )n 8 hours, and will ." ot make you sick. Try tt. ' X ' V ' , You will always get clean rooms, comfortable beds and good meals at the Star llestaurant. , . . 1 Miss Rachel Warren, an. attractive young lady of Bristol, is the guest of friends in this city. Bishop Gailor will preach at the Episcopal Chapel next Sunday eve ning at 7:30 o'clock. " Mrs. J, R. Hertodotfand little daugh ter, of Meadow View, Va., are visiting relatives in the city. When you are in the city for a day drop into the Star Kestaurant . and get a good meal for '01 cents. . Walter Miller has been discharged from the hospital at Knoxville, looking much improved in health. Mrs. 8. W. Wilson and daughter, Katherine, are in New York for medi cal treatment to Katherine. ; ; ; v ': Mrs. J. W. Cure and little daughter, of Bristol, have been visiting relatives and friends here this week. - Rev. J. H. Snow has resigned as pas tor of the Baptist church in this city to accept a call from Nashville. - George Simcox has bought a farm near the old lake and will go into the poultry business on a large scale. Miss Lillian McNeil came down from Bristol last Friday, with Miss Bessie Lyle and remained over Sunday. Col. -J. A. Faw and wife are at Hotel Carnegie and will remain here nntil December before going further south. Litle James Hardin has the thanks of the inmates at Builtless for some of the largest ; sweet potatoes ' seen this season. v - , . j ?. The string of speckled trout sent by James A. Maher to Builtless was even better than they looked and were much enjoyed. Vv J i s., v.:;. ? , . Miss Mabel Jackson came home from Magnolia Monday leaving Boxie Slaughter doing welt under her moth er's care. Mr, and Mrs. Will WorBham ' and children came down from Bristol and spent .last Sunday in the city with relatives. The Star Bestanrant has been thor oughly renovated throughont and in vites you to eat and sleep there while in the city. .-. R. Nelson Campbell is now Lieuten ant Campbell at West Point, being recently promoted. ' Nelson is making his mark, war or no war. - Mrs. H. ,W. Lyle" has returned from Atlanta and that she is greatly im proved in ' health will be gratifying news to nsr many mends. A charter has been granted the Buck Snodgrass Lumber Company with $15, 000 capital.'" The company will make Johnson City headquarters, r : ; jr k M.1.-I!a, Co,ic- Cholera & . tnamDCrlain S Diarrhoea Remedy. Never fails. Buy it now. It may save life. the rear of H. W. LYLE & bn the Square, and would be Kbit fflnve PRICES l-2c: Round Steak IOc Beef 5c; Pork Chops and IOc; Sapsage IOc. With. H W. LYLE & CO iESE Leorrarftl Miss Kate Gilmer celebrated her birthday Thursday evening and pleas antiy entertained a large number of little friends from six to oightv; The conferences have been kind to Johnson City. We get the same min isterg we have had for a year and are pleased to have such talent returned. . The charter of the J. -M. Buck Lum ber Company has been amended to make it the Wood-Galloway Company, T. T. Galloway having purchased an interest in the business. .. , . , The Ladies'-Aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church will give their annual dinner and art sale on Tuesday before Thanksgiving. The room is yet to be selected bat will be announced later. - t - . :. Tho ladies of the Cemetery Associa tion will give a dinner on next Thurs day, the 2Gth, for the benefit of the cemetery. Dinner will be served in tbe McCartt building on tbe corner of Main and - Roan streets. Attend and be well fed. ' " 1 The Tank to Go. . N The Southern Railway will install standpipeaLere to supply engines with water and remove the tank now in nBe. The change will be made as -soon as the standpipes can be erected.. s Browning Clark, Shot.! While going hunting Tuesday Brown ing Clark, 12-year-old son of Bob Clark, was shot by George Canter with shot gun. .The fulL charge took effect in the breast and made an ugly and daDgerous wound bnt the boy is living and resting comparatively easy. Both boys claim the shooting was acci dental and the Canter boy was not held to answer. New Wood Working Plant., Johnson City ia .to have a new wood working plant in the near future. T. J. Galloway and Haskett. Wood have arranged to builu and equip a planing mill npon their land near the S. & W. crossing in Carnegie. It is the intention of the promoters to cut non-shipping lumber into dimension stock of all kinds, particularly chair stock. The building will be equipped with the most modern machinery, ob tainable : for that purpose. Work will be commenced upon the building at once. ' .s -." ' Snl urban Marriage. v -r.'T.. ' .A pretty ( inarriagft Jbepred at-the suburban home of Mrs. G. C. Hale, at Flourville, at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon when their charming daugb ter, Miss Lena was made the happy wife of W, IJ, May, of Jonejhqrp. 5,Eey. J. n, Groseclose performed the, cere- mouy.iu miss jiiisie uicsmnu yrHHteu at the piano, Miss Buena Hale was maid of honor and Sam Mitchell was best man. . The home was beautifully decorated for the occasion and a wed ding dinner charmingly eerved. After the ceremony the bridal'par'ty were driven to Jonesboro where a reception was given in the May home. " Many handsome presents were.rcoeived. SOCIETY NOTES. " - Mrs. L. D. Gnmp gave a whist party last Friday evening in honor of Miss Jafla.U Kj Thursday evening Mrs. 8.T. Millard charmingly entertained the Spencer Henderson wedding party . v " Following the marriage next Wede nesday evening Miss Gordon Hender son will receive in honor of the Spencer- Henderson wedding party. ... Iuvitations are out by the Cotillion Club to a dance at '.Helot parriegie next Monday evening , 'aX hpiot of Mr. A. W. Spencer- and Miss Mattie Henderson. Mrs. Heniy Gildersleevo entertained a lew friends Wednesday afternoon. Tfie time xras passed pleasantly in conversation. Tempting refreshments were served. Those present were: Mesdamei. J- W. Cure, Dickey, A. B. Harris, E. T. Hart, W. T. Harris, Hodge, Allen Harris, Hnrlbut, John ston, Maher, Moore, Molesworth, Stan ley, St. John, Sands, G. L. Smith, M. M. Ward, J. Wilson, P. M. Ward, Whiteside, Wofford and Miss Retla Lyle. . , , Education Conference. ' The third annual meeting of the East Tennessee Education Conference will be held iu Knoxville Friday and Satur day, December 1st and 2nd. The prin cipal business ot the conference will be to discus and mature plurn for reapiug the full benefit of the educational cam. paign in this section of the state.: Tbe program of the meeting is bow in vre i aration and will be published a soon as eompleted. It is expected that tbe railroads will make apecia rates and the attendance should be large. ; Grip tiiffereTS should take Miles' Nervint.' ; ; . .Hold Chaufies; Hiuuls.,i ;t.,i Tho Piedmont Hotel has been leaded by Mr. A. B. MeKee, of iOhaltandoga, and he has taken' tharga, Jlr. McKee has been in tlw hotel businesa for a numberi ol yeara and i made quite a. reputation in Chattanooga as manager of the Northern Hotel.". He haa-oome to Johnson City to stay as is evidenced by the way he is taking hold cf thinRS. He iS;having the1 buildin thoroughly oveirliauled and 'rejuvenated. It will require thirty days to make tho neces saryrepairs before heorr have his formal opening. Not the.le.ut of the feoQtL things contemplated- is the item f beds, he will fit the hoteF 'through out with new and comfortable springs and mattresses. Mr. McKce is a pleasant gentleman Htitl impresses "you at once with the fact that ho under stands how to conduct a hotel. '-'He will change the nani'e to' Ih'o Planter's Hotel when he geta to going. . . k .,;.a,. Mens' Recejition AVatanga A eime -1'renhy- It was the men who did it, f And they did it very well i "They entertained ua nicely-'? r , 1 1 ftp all the ladies tell. - . . : v. They asked, so to the manse we went . All on a moonlit night; . Earl Jackson played the violin, Aua uiu in up an rignc. t. r . , Then Kev, Jerre Moors did sing, ; ' " vve listened with aelight; ' Mr. Hnrlbut read 'boot woman's clubs. SJ Halleran did write. . , f i . - ' v.-'..- ; 'V ..... r : $he singing of the siBgingola8P,; . - i near it in my dreams,- f -With "Mary had a little lamb,". - -j'How natural it seems ! v . i . f-Ul . I ; .. With flowers and gorgeous autumn leaves, .. . : . The house was very gay, i. And lanterns oa the ehady porch r Gave many a softened ray. Cako, cream delicious, too, thby were To every one was fed; , - Ellsworth .an.d. Dunn pined' flowers on Gay cosmos white aud roit. Hnrlbut, Ijowryv'Bradfng and Pftrk, .- The waiters tried and4ruej' '' i -They served ns to t.b.6 torttnost toark, Not td their busiBe3s:new.; '-1 '" Prof. Lowry fortunes told. ; uv - , According to yon r Mrth, u i i t . From starry heights he tlidainf old , 1 our fate.npon.the earthf f.- m Cn'oiits aU 8ing.c J;:; Thd men hamdone it very well, ,. iy?; Very well, very well, -ri.l ii " ;L The men have done itjjerjSsSi'ell...... .Yerv well, we sav. TAYLOR ISSUES -A- STATCMR.NT Again Reftising; to-' iMwtf eCannack . cn. ; th I : r tlw StnmC't. at'.: ;.s- .Nashville, 'Ttfrin., Tet.;. J3MEi-QdVt ernor Taylor today issned the followin stalerneut: :i '' :i ' : n "To the Peoiile ofTennfJasser ?The friend of Uon.f E."W; Carmack are circulating' pe'titionsln: ti'VariCng counties pf 'ennesBoeHuUting nie to meet, him in jointdiscusaipa. I wish the people Jo nnderstapdttiat no Mend of mine is enagediiiUiiB businefa, but bnlymy enemicf, who .are seekmg to have ;me draw.crowds for Mt. , Car mack and tQ.gi.ye him.i;tlia oppprluuity to wage upon me a campaign .of. per sonal;, atiuse, .jn d t ivrenreeep.ta,ti on , suet "as he has launched in.jhitn;ecent opon letters to me jn the jublio press and in all his interviews. "Knowing bis r methods' 'and u his intentions ftnd the-law arid disgnsficg plane to which tb;haS''desp'ended iii his desptratinnj'I )iayo,,H;ei?,hed,..tlie mat ter thoroughly anil hava declined to) answer nis last H'nftsh of mean arai ridiculous'1, misrepresentation . in Ltl i newspapers, and I shall, 'for the sal of my owaeelf-refpeot, irefiipo to meet him on the stururp, under any circum stances, knowing ai I do that the only result could bel Suect'ae'o which would , . , . , bring reproach upim the campaign RBd permanent" injury lo' ths Democratic party. ' 'If thereTs a '.'ji)nWca..nTnri es- seo whom Lewish, s W represent him, let Mm bih fcirrj oatntfdfl willTJlf iIe time wituliim'ttiid irdeetAL1m"'uii'onllie' issues of the day from the mountains u H, ti;;.;r.i .'' .i - "Mr. frazier, Mr. Carmack's friea i and running mats', has swelled the cho- rus of bis . campaign '"in a jrecont'dpen letter to me, and I; fhall pay my i respects jto him in a'veryew days and then wash my hands of the crirnina-j. tions and recrimiiiatii)iia of such a low , aud vulgar campaign, and in due tiiuo T all oil nfiautit m r iiaiiiia : Ilia of Tenni :ee,irjBi tb ntamp utiso'vlta i,;i, ..iia t i iiJi (i.VAk. Li occupied br atwudidate for Hie e!uvittd'i,''j tri $7 an ind houQrablo position of UnicfJ Stntts Benator.j r - ' "'ff.-rv resnectfnllv. ' : ' : ? I .'nnDTOT r. t -t-nV-' NasTaviilc, Tenri.,Oct. 12, 1I05 frothed Hesitate no longer, but save tho health and llo of ..',' , . ,..Alfr chiles, ss thousands harm done, by giving these powders, f r i ri if, the cold-euro ut uoes.thi TETZTHiNA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over UIiitI i e "HrlLi'i. J h""rL.hni w;lLeontes tho effects of tho summer's heat upon teething children - OS PCf . I T O e - tt POMADA-A PI3JIELY VEGETABLE PREPAHATION never known to fail. Sold under an: absolute guaranteo, . ; WHY BE DISFIGURED? For sale iu Johnson City by the CITY DRUG STORE, II. C. MILLEH and THE BEE HIVE DRUG 8'TOK.E. .... . WHEN; VOU WANT ' . PHOTOGRAPHS ANY SIZE. u:ny stylo' or ENLARGED riQTUIlES from $1.98 Cents and up, ffamecl,' or Photo Buttons or Pictures. -frame J. for your Parlor, Sitting 'Room :.very cheap, .call .at .my new Gallery op- posite post officq in the Adams buikling. ' "B '-' Ec2ema, Salt Rheum. Barbers' itch. Erysipelas all eruptions, scaly diseases and parasitic affectious '.of the Skin positively cleared away in a hurry. A clean, pleas ant .liquid' (rion-ereasv) externally apDlied sooised or sorned over tha carta. ' instantly stops all irritation. Soon clears - . ;v (Bfre U atate clenrti icUi'6f&M6M b) Mr'. 'Vou Bartman, permanently cured of a bad tfcin dUeau after two bottle t onty of this D. V, D. prt3Ctivtioi.) , They have been proven to us beyond the possibility of doubt. .-lit .'; i Swne'tiaja'ea tho astonishing ieoorfl of this prpscrlption proven to us by indlspot able evjdenco-iftcinfftd us to ptve it our umiuralliied recommendation to 'the public Slnc thonD. 1). &. JiaS cured S many .who obtained itlrojo ua Unit Its record with us has been tullv Q'linU'tp iistpt'Vioat histovy. Webavenot seen n&intrlo inslanCROf dLsuppblntment. I t prhis tb Qo the worl; every timS. In nine cnss ma of ten. uintilfestations on tbe skin are :UsL:ie-iet blood diseases Man.vimrrrinserforiaietlx atinerablei XhfnklDK they bad a J;:VX.lilood disease, liave fonqd H was inercly wuu t Arnona all tho known reliable spccinoiucdicaUnnupnees fo(Hlprcnt nllmentg we know of very few discoveries so certain (n effect as llilS'b.TVD. nKst,stvtion in its uukli conquest of skin diseases of all kinds.. , . I ,V ! " - ' ; " "A FEW CURES ..OF- WELL-KNOWN PARTIES. 1 Tried it on Our Guarantee." 1 v- r.M, trt; ofe ', For over 25 yonra I wna aflliett-il wltli ijc rnloinim ftcstf-iua iit the hamU The nkln wonll Iwjcohig dry, u nlv, itch, Cfnrlt ofln, bked. beeonio swollen, and itt tim.'ji Wry liaillfuHiC v'UB with dlllirully 1 ruld write u 1,-ttT. l-'ur yoais 1 tried everything nuwU'd to rnf.yprtit humlrfila "f dtiliflrs foruortors nM mcdi-clii-s withimt rsci'ivttijr ar..tiKiTuf.t. l inaliy Heimnn il. Ki-hilh rrooniMiendtl Unit 1 try P. 1). 1. Ecwnm l;mt.rtv. Paid if it worjd nvt urt rite hi' won Id rcfuiu! lite nftjhry.. I trtd tt. Tti tlrst aiipiu'atlot ftvein. u-hX, uftv-r hiJnijt or ft botUrs uiy IuimUp wt r .-nti rely lUBrtU. " F. S. HAAS. y Found the Remedy ot Last. ' Chtcafrn. Ill.,Fh. loth, '09." T liave beon troubled itft eozomft for over three y;ir mid eoHld get QO relief fr(tm dortori Oreo-called patent medicines. - 1 naed 6botV.U'yr I). r. 1. mid, tun tutiiely curedi. s- . a. Hg8TU3,KaW. 101 l'l, Tho preparation is belne ncd by most of tho sltin apccloltbtair i It js compountica for ' y A flruttrlsts sojely by the 1. D. l Comrntny. 70 Dearborn Street,' CttfcaKd. j : .; t ia utUizud hs every Keueivl (amily ih-siclaii who has taken the trouble totaveatigaia ,. tU HULin. it,o w,tiipi miiiij:. ' ' ! Is used In tbe Oeok t ionnty Bosnltal. Ch It you have a skin disease visit tha a'love agents and see proofs that will make you it win clear oh any puvusitic nrenit m tliu a happier humun belntr. D. D. D. costs but , antoed to cure or J. ; .WE PROVE IT. " "V" C- '..: c V. To 'COnvillCO you wd have arranKc4 with the p. D. D. Co;, ho that any sufferer from ' any skill, dteeasti fun get ialroct from the D. D. Co's. laboratory a large free sample Bottle o i D. D, D. prescription together with !r3-pago new pamphlet on skin diseases and fro advice on j6ilr own'rtfenIarcaso tt0m tho "worw greausat skin speclaifHtH,.,-T fif ;i jf; write , the Medical Department, I), D. Or t'ompauy, Ubicngo, for tree consnitatio n tn udvice.' ; ,": ... ; ' :, . . - ....,,'.'- f; FO R SALE BY CITY DRUG COMPANY." T t 4 '. j,:-; I FREE j j D' 1 j r VP D. D, D. CO., MEDICAL DEPT., 116-120 lease send nie.freo ptep&id a lari?a size cotisUltutlon blank, For.,. ... years I have ......... '. ',;..,..', ri"'. ' N am f. i '.'.. Atl d r i!'. j rT m. E1FFETTpSfiCurtt Cholira Infantum, X-"'---, 'K;l3 mm. : ltL U &tL t a 1 1 1 U fw tiilJ i ' Cncf iHltf 1x. rt Rrttfriyicts. r tnnil ' i " " : 1 ... -i-'.-j REMOVED ! Vi'Ithcut irmirr Id - toe SKIN. . 9 . 9 tt m rescript ion out absolutely all afiected conditions.: awav wift two lottlts) :--.r - . ' -:..':";.;: Hi.;:: a skin affccttyi aMk hsve claord it all away D. D. D. Knocked It Out." . i Memphis, Tmtl., April I, MM. I feel thr.t loweymi n word of ttianki rorwhat your ;t! HTCdlcluti ban (touQ tor rno.4 1 Uad.tiCBHinR o bad that ;ut J eould not sleep nt iiiitlit. 1 aMked my old friend jUr. 1'ope of Good Wutor. Ala t what to du for It., and be , . i eeommended I). I). 1. It was feevftrat days before 1 ' -could K':t tiM city to pet a.bottte and the dlagaaa ppread rapidly, but the 1). 1). 1). Im knocked it all out. Tbaolc to you aod my old friend. ' :c:. j- xoura trniy. ;oure troiy, 1'. A. GKCY, 311 Front Street. P,.:, ... ' ifes I ! iU;i j . Earbefs' Itch; Soon Cured. , u ,'. ,, " Tone Hntite,ind.,'ianuary t,iOM.' '"' I had avert bad enao of herber'a lteh for about ell .. jniondis. 1 tried every doctor that 1 came in contact -with, hut they all tailed. Cue-half bottle of D. D. I), cured me Inelde of two week. Vou can refer any one tomtlumtwltajM. ... i .- i j r , ., p. . , it ... ... ... i. lowC skin in from 3 flays' to 60 days time. $1.00 a bottle and Is guar money refunded. : V SAMPLE COUPON (MAIL THIS PROMPTLY) MICHIGAN ST., SUITE 23, CHICAGO. sample bottle of D. D, D., pnmphlet'and been a nfllleted with skin disease called . and I have never used D, D. D. .... - ; ... . i narrnnra i ivirnirrv. ana imk i Bowel Troubles of Chiklren of t Any Jig9 AldiDlgation, j Regulates the Bowiti. Strength. , ens the CWM and MAKES TEETHING EASY, 1 2fe ia C J. MftFFFTT. M. IL SL liirjk Mfii