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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1903)
Sarsoparilla Is unattcstiona-
blv tho arcatcst blond nrl
l.snt. n,J,! i.... i"r
liver medicine known. It
positively and permanently
cures every humor, from!
Pimples tO Scrofula. It i3
ij- 5 I
trtlrtftf fl IVitnriiintnA
' -its, AINWMaVIIAVI
oIwiivIiik li full of tin apple,"
rctiiflrki"! the tnorttlleru, "is'iiwloii ills.
covuhhI I lio law of Knivlly,"
,TViw," rejoined Dim ilHiiinrnllnT,
' mill t!ini!Ntiiii1 of ynrn pruvlotiH
Mother Hvo iIIwiimthI gravity of
ilm Inw l,y mciely lilllin-nii Bpphi."
( IiIbmw Now.
"DM ymi inako nny Imprcmlon on
tlio young professor?"
"(IoiiiIiikw), not? Threo of IiIh
aunts, It In Mster inn! u imuaIii with
Ihero Helming to overy word 1 kiIi) to
mm." Peliolt Iron Vnmi.
'I In, old farmer mill his wlfu hud
ajtrood lo tt'iHiriilo. They lnul only
"liver) thing friendly?" Inquired it
"Oh, yimj' replied the olil maiicaro-
"No trouble about making it fair ill
Vinton of tin, property?"
"Oh, no. Him gets tlio kill mill tliu
raunod fruit, mi' I gut Ilm -Ik uinl Ilm
nppplug. Hint's uven vnouyli, ain't
117" UllKllKD rout.
"Wliy ilo you watch tlio therinnmo
lor on the Hall no ilonely?" (piorlod tho
"lUx-iinne," replied tlio untrained
nnnio, "tlio ilm-tor mIiI If tlio li'inncrn
tum Kot nny lilnlmr I wim to give yon
UllOIIKT () 01 1)111111110."
"John-Henry. I'll tlirnnli yon muni
y If I over riilrli ynu telliiiK anotliur
Mory Hint lin t trim."
"Ami yvt, tun, I heard you my to
tlio milliliter Unit 1 hud ureal unnglim
out (( u, titwk U
St Jacobs Oil
Whkh iffor di not only tut rtlf,
but promrt euro. II ixthft.
Price, 25c. and OOc.
That's what you need; some
thing to cure your biliousness,
end regulate your bowels. You
nccu ycr s ijjjis. vegetable;
J. a, Ayr004
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use
rim CTf f? Mi'iKiir-i on n. y nu rn.. nunm n
That blood poison existed omoiiff the ancients has
been proven beyoud question. It has been traced back
thousands of years, and is as old as the Pyramids. This
blighting curse lias been handed down from nation to
natiou and from individual to individual till it has
eprcad to all parts of the world.
Contagious blood poison, as it U called iu modern
times, begins with n small sore or ulcer through which
the virus enters the blood. This is followed bv inllaru.
illation and swelling of the glands of the groins, a red eruption breaks out
on the body, sores appear in the mouth and the throat becomes ulcerated, and
ns the disease takes n deeper hold and the blood becomes more thoroughly
Infected, the hair and eyebrows drop out, the skin is , spotted with copper-cof-
ored splotches, the bon .and muMles ache and it seems to the victim ot
i ,'fhe horror of thin awful disease
can never be told. 1 ho one who con
tracts it sulTcrs in body and mind,
nnd if the polstfu is not eradicated
transmits the taint to his children,
aud Contagious Blood Poison thus
becomes responsible for many of the
ills of childhood Skin Kruptlons,
Catarrhal Troubles, Sore IJyes, Scalp
Disease, White Swelling, Scrofula
and others just as bad. S. S. S., the
great vegetable blood purifier nnd
Ionic, Jms long been recognized ns a.
radical nnd safe cure for Contagious
Wood Poison, It counteracts tho
deadly virus and cleanses and puri
fies the diseased blood, and under its
tonic effects the rrcueral health im
proves and soon all signs of blood
poison are gone.
Tho strong mineral
lire so often prescribed lor the disease,
I ait external signs, urn leave me stomach
book, describing the different stages
directions lor treating one's sen at nonte.
lotonuatlou or advice wanted tree of charge.
At id Mountain House.
Mil Jnrk mill I he yomnf widow went
Jji tin) dirwiii Irnut (IMiIiik thin morn-Itilf.
Amy 1 ex, mill J wk (nryol lo ln'i
'''!" m iiy.
' Hint ilrtr-nii't irtiiller. I
iimmi ti.. hoymiy u... ) wiiv is
lly '"'"" chicii,ii nu.
"Hcro' nn .uilctij for women," l"
wild, "on 'How to Muku Yoilrtolf Mi
""llvu lo n Man,' "
'Ikjom or iiftor innrrliiuru?" elm In-
, qiilri'il, llilnklinf It nn iihoul time lo
ilftlTi Of (1HIIH), 111' rt'lllll'll
proinplly. "So woman tho
knnck until uflrr nlio'H marrli'il,
o ilutilit lie hum, in, c)i(- wild, '
nifiiiuilil lliiiiK," Now YorUTImiD.
Uolllfn will Ki )l, IVIii.low'n H,mll.lii(
rnii Ihn tt-t icimJr lu un lur llielr ilillilrii,
lit Utlliluv MH.UU,
Mo Kick Coinlni;,
Mr, Itoxe TIiIh portrait ilwnn'tlook
llko my wlfo at all,
Arllnl I know It iIoohii'I, hut It
looki, lllui rliti tlilnkx olio looko.
"It inimt ho very trying for a inodent
Klrl," lie remarked.
"Why?" oho miked.
"Him eannot turn from tho imkeil
truth without riniiiliiK Into n 'lmro He.
now it noes.
iius is an oiiravngnni ago. .iiy
iiiwiur imu n imicii iieuer iiicomo iiiuii
I liaye, yet I( spciul dollars whom ho
All, )es, )im intuit at tho wiloon.
First Cat Wllllo I'liwy and Tommy J;nS" homes of tbo ancestors of
Klttlohudo mllk.ilrlnkliig contest last I'rnnklln and Washington are of espo
iiK,t, clal Interest to American readers.
Kocoiul Cat Which lieal? Mrs. Wharton's slory, "Hancttiary,"
I'lrst Cat Tommy Kittle, by a lap. ,tho flrnt work of any length which sbo
' has published nlnco "Tho Valley of Dc-
lMso's Curs U nunrt courh iiediclne. clslon," deals with a psychological sit
mVT,irS'Cgu,;ace., '0r ,rl,1 nation of n most Interesllng and novel
jklnd, arising from a question of hered-
Tcttlag a New llncuic. lly and covering two periods a genera-
"Say, old man, let's go out and havo
a time tonight."
"What are you celebrating?"
"I'vo Just thought out a new cxcuko
to mention to my wife." Hurper's
"Kf nomo young men," said Uncle
Kbcn, "was as Industrious addln' up
....r. In .,1. ....... n. .1.... I. I..'
..-.., ... v n ... ...J
in ros on policy nllw, I reckons dey'U
bo savin' money." Washington Star,
I'rt ilJent Dlsi'n Costly Ssddle.
Col. Cortina of tho Mexican army
has presented rreshleiit Dliu with a ernry American family. John Illgolow
saddlo that cost t-0,000. Tho colonel wan our minister to France and exec
has njient seven years miiMjrinlcndlng utor and trustee of Samuel J. Tllden.
Its production. , Otto of bis sons Is I'oultuey Illgelow,
Locr Is Dumb,
Nell So tho engagement Is broken
Hello Yes. It seems alio told him
one evening that sho wasn't half livitu-
tlful enough to bo his wife, and ho
didn't deny her statement miick
enough to suit her. l'htladelpbhi
Wyndhsm and Duval.
During a recent debato In tho houso
of commons on tho Irish land bill an
opiKiiii'iit of that measure referred to
Mr. ttyndbam, chief secretary for Ire
land, who Is very handsome, ns a
charming higliuayuian who was rob
bing tho Hrltieh taxpayer. Ills critic
applied to tho chief secretary tho epi
taph on Uluinl Duval in Uovont Harden
church: "Hero lies Duval. Header.
If male thou art, look on thy purto; if
female, to thy heart."
Comes to America to Learn.
Dr. Itell-ario Pasa, a prominent sur
geon of Lima, l'eru, has started for
New lork to study tin, latest advances
in medicluo and surgery and then re-
ort his observations.
MIbs Languish Mercyl You don't
mean to say you destroy all your love
letters! I savo mine religiously. '
Miss Pertly Of course; hut, then,
ynu know it makes a difference whero
ono has only a few. Uoston Trans
HAD ALZt THE SYMPTOMS.
AanroauHof aaerloun blood disorder
my blood became poisoned nnd I Buf
fered aeverely with Itheumatlam and
other symptoms not ueooaeary to men
tion, A friend of mine told me that ha
had been cured of my trouble by U. a. U
and upon his reoommendatlou I began
Its uae. After ualngr It tor aoms time my
blood waa thoroughly oleanaed of all
poison and mad pura and strong; again-
I wlah alao to apeak of Ite tonla prop.
Sertiee. While nursing- my blood of
inpurltlee, It built up ray central
lealth, Improved my apppttte, gava mo
noreaaed strongth, and I felt better in
lam a great bellaver In 8.B. 8., and
with pleasure oommend It to alt lu heed
000 Walnut bt., Iisbanon, 1'a.
remedies, Mercury and Potash, which
dry up the sores, skin eruptions and
anu ingestion ruincu unit uic system it.
such condition that the disease usually
returns in worse form than ever.
8. S. S. is guaranteed n purely vegeta
ble remedy, f t,ooo is offered for proof that
it contains a single mineral ingredient. If
have blood poison write for our special
and giving all the symptoms, with
uur puysiciaus ynu jurmsu any
Mr, Morlpy'H "Life of William iKwart
Ohnlslotio" 1 now In IU twentieth
cur,.j tlm American cilltlon'of "Htoven-
lonlniitt," liy X A. Ilntntncrton.
, .. .. ... ... . ... .
' ' " " 1
Imniltifc' n limited largo paper edition of
Klnlio'ii "Duteli nnd Qliakur ColoultH1'
In III llliiHlrutcd form.
I MIm Helen ICellcr'ii flrnt eay In or
IkIumI nml Independent authomhlp In
tliortly to appear In n volumo entitled
"Opllmlmn," wlilrti I now In proeeB
of pulillcallou liy T. Y. Crowcll & Co.
I John r.nno announced a beautiful
now edition of "Tho Ucfenno of duo
lieverii mid Oilier I'ocm"," by William
MorrlK, lllimtralcd by Jeralo M. KIiik,
whoso admirable lino drawlni; havo
been reproduced with reinarkablo del
Iracy. 'Tlio Hook of Children' I'artlci," by
Mnry and Hani White, gives In con
rciilent form descriptions of parlies
for tlio. different mouths of the rear,
wltli a great number of games and
niany Illustrations from photograpbs
A nc,v nnd nrcej edition of "Tho
Inn()i ,IHUOr,d ,,y tho 8crluncrg, Tho
new matter and Illustrations ou tlio
Hurra Is lo bo yet another posthu-
', book by Hlr Walter Ilenant. It
, ,0 1)0 volumo of essays and will bo
mitIl.,i ..A, Wo Arc nnd As Wo May
! Ilo." Tho essays will set forth tho
author's plans for the Improvement of
the condition of the poor. Kven If they
prove to bo lens priictlc.il than his
"I'nlaco of Delight." they will be sure
, . , ..,, , ,,. ... .,,
" "v """"" """" "
The publication of n second edition
' of John Illgelow's ".Mystery of Kleep"
draws renewed attention to a very lit-
the third volume of whoso "History of
tho (icrinan .Struggle for Liberty," bus
Just been published 'by the Harpers.
Another son, John Illgelow, Jr., wiotu
"Itemliilsecuces of tho Hantlago Cam
paign." This Is the family's record for
authorship thus far.
MONTANA'S 8HEEP FLOCKS.
Vlelit of ,Ynnl tin, I.nst Hcasou Was
The State of Montana In the wool
seiiKon of ltw;i produced, according to
the itlmate prepared by Btate olll
clnls, aT.rjKl.OCO imunds of wool fn.m
the hacks of 1J,.'.0J,(0J slucp. F t this
wool Fnktirn buyers paid 5(!,X,0,UW, au
avirageof HI cents 11 pound. Few peo
ple have any couccptlju of what Is
meant when It Is said that there aro
11!, O.UOO sheep within the limits of the
State. There Is not a single Stale cast
of tho Mississippi In which this gigan
tic Hock could graze, says the lioston
If the U'.r.OO.OOO sheep of Montana
were to march nose to tall, crowding
(sell other, they would make a line
10,000 miles long, or nearly half way
round the earth. This Hue, In clnglo
111c, would be about l.V) days lu pass
ing a given point. These sheep oro
worlh ?10O,OCO,O0O as they walk the
range, aud their flesh would bring
JH.IO.COO.OOO for food. Their mutton
would feed ono man 2,f.00,000 ycais,
or If 1,'JSO people had started to con-
sumo It at the time of the birth of
Christ they would have some left.
I The mutton would feed l!,GOO,O0O
' people on moat for a year, or, allowing
tho averago percentage of mutton to. to venture that the Idea of a Penn
rach family, It would mote than supply I sylvonhi man for a buttonhole cutting
this nation n year. The wcol yielded scissors will develop Into a wonderful
by this llock of sheep would mako nld to all thoso dressmakers and oth
15,000,000 suits of men's clothes. Mado ers luto whoso hands It may fall,
In cloth of ordinary texture It would There have been buttonhole-cutting
form a band a quarter of a mile wldo scissors before, It Is true, but here Is
and moro than long enough to bo nn affair that combines an ordinary
wound nbout the earth at the equator, pair of scissors with ono that will
It would make a carpet on which an
army might maneuver.
Haled, this wool would fill 3,750
freight cars, or a train nearly forty
miles long. U he United States navy
could not transport It and an army of
50,000 men might tight behind Its bales
nn'd bo eafo from the ordinary small
,r,. Tue silc.0p 0f Montana. If horded
Bi10Mer to shoulder ono deep, would
mnUe front Di00o miles long. Herded
, ,ooso formiltOIli nowlK room to
move rapidly, they would cover an area
of eight square miles.
Allowed to breed In a favorable cli
mate theso sheep would become 50,
COO.OCO In tho course of a year, cr
0,7O7,'.W,O0O,COO at the end of ten
years. Hut man eats ninny of tlietn
annually and disease nnd blizzards
curry off many more. It Is ostium'' d
that .1.000,0(10 Montana sherp peilshed
Inside of four days lu n bllzzaul which
swept tho Northwest last whiter.
City Men In n Quandary.
A Now York man tells of two green
youths of his neqiialntuiico who, hav
ing hired a horso nnd trap for a day's
outing, found thomselves nt tho clo30
ot tho expedition confronted with the
bowllderlug problem of rehariuHjilng
tlio nnlninl. The hit proved their chief
ulHlculty, for tho horso mado uo re
pponso whatever (o their overtures.
"Well, there's nothing for It but lo
wait," snld one. "Walt for whirr"
grumbled' thn other, "For tho horse
to ynwn," replied his cnnp.iiil u
liven tho stieuuoiis po t ha
A racing ittttoinob L
llcctlng fa mo.
ABUSE QEflMAN SOLDIERS.
1'rlvnlcs Aro Trenteil with the Oro.it
fit Imtlaiiltr lr Tlielr (fllrer.
Tbcro havo icecntly been n food
ninny convictions of flcrnmn army
ofllcors for nbune of mllltniy authority
In (lie trifil nifij t of suburilliinli' inn)
have recently been cxcllliiK painful at
tention. Nlni'o January 1. 1W1. tin-re
linvo been 1WJ convictions of ufn ors
mill lion commissioned o.Hie;. for
cruelty to tliolr men, mid the sentences
of Imprisonment or Insmcerntkn In
a fortress which Imvo been Imposed
nmount, wlicn milled tnxcllicr, to orcr
fifty yearn, lletwcen llio cml of Juno
'nml Ilm otnl nt K,ilo,nlinr II.om.
i o owe Ihnr, , , ly ,Vte ton.
" k'"1'- Involving noiitem-ea of
lniprlioninont tlio total Iitiiih of wlilcli
iiiiiuiiiiivu io over iwuiny-ioor jenrB,
to nay nothing of condemn'! tloun in
volving Incarceration In a forlren.
degradation and other penaltlrfi,
i:ieven of thene eighty convictions
were ngnlnnt olllcem and hh their pun-
UhmcntM varied between four montlm'
Incarceration In a fortress anil seven
days' ordinary arrest It la naaunird
that their oiTimibcs wcro not of sui'li
a hellions character an those of tlio
iion-commlstiloned offlcer,. In one casv,
however, on olllcer wa nentenced
two monllis' Iniprlsoniiient and was
dlamlssod from tho nervlee- The heovl
est sentence waa that vviiTcli was Im-
posed upon tho non-commissioned oin
rcr iirrlilpnlinrli. r tlm I'ourtli Cnnnls
regiment, who was condemned to eight
years' lmpriHoiiment for a very largo
number of aggravated cruelties Inillct
ed upon tho men of his company.
among tho Infantry and artillery; there
, lias noon omy one caso in me cavairy.
tho largest number of cases
were In the Prussian contingent, where
tho penalties Inflicted amounted to a
total of over twenty-three years' Im
prlsoument In Ilavarla and about five
months lu Saxony. It must be rciuein
bcrcd, however, that the Prussian con
Ungent represents more than three
fourths of the whole strength of the
DE8TINY OF HUMAN SOULS.
Theory That the Spirits of llepruved
Sten I'ass Into the Jfeast,
Are tho bodies of animals Inhabited
by the souls of human villains dead
and gone? Don't sneer too hastily at
tho question, for If It should be an
swered Anally In the uegatlve science
Is at a loss to account for the utter
depravity of the animals. It Is ap
parent to the dullest observer that
dumb beasts exercise a malign Influ
ence over man. Think of the tempers
ruined by cows that have kicked over
half-filled palls of milk. Think of the
reputations for truth that have been
destroyed by trout Think of the bon
esty that has been turned Into deceit
by the horse, so that they who trade In
that animal arc bywords among the'r
less sorely tempted brethren. Think
of the Indefinite prolongation of IUU
list that might be made aud then con
sider If animals are or are not ani
mated by tho souls of human wretches
that have passed away.
Some such theory must be accepted
and It Is not open to doubt that rea
sonablo people will accept this: Tho
souls of the wicked are condemned to
pass Into animals and to slay there
until they have discovered prospective
tenants worse than themsclrcs.
This theory explains everything. The
liars Inhabit fish, tho tricksters horses
and those given to butting in become
goats. In the attempt to end their
tenitney by finding suitable successors
the evil spirits resort to temptation.
with, alas! unfailing success. The half
pound trout dropping off the hook Haps
his tnll lu ecstatic certainty that the
angler will proclaim him a five-pound
cr at least And the look of human
anticipation on the faco of a goat
about to knock some unsuspecting per
son Into a barbed wire fence can only
proceed from tlio knowledge that th
resultant explosion will lower auothcr
soul Into the mire as a stepping stone
Tho theory Is Irrefutable and Its
general acceptance would help the
world to a higher plane. Portland
UNIQUE BUTTONHOLE CUTTER.
Some of the most simple Ideas of the
lnrcutlvo genius have proven of tho
most value, to humanity, and It Is safe
make tho llttlo silts ,ln the cloth and
will avert, nil necessity for laying down
ono of tho tools of seamstress' art for
tho piecing up of another,
Tlds nrrangemont, which Is mado
plain by tho accompanying picture,
consists of a pair of Bdssors which
can bo used la ordinary cutting, to tho
IiaudlQ of which Is nfUxcd n peculiarly
shaped cutting blado which will do
tho buttonhole work In an Instant
when tho cloth Is placed beneath It.
Thero Is no danker of Its being mis
laid or lost, for tlie worker has It over
before her, as sho (Iocs tho other cut
ling necessary In horSwork.
It Isn't nlwnys tho limg-biilicd man
tvh.0 bus tho most hrutus,
Wise Old Man.
Methuselah was showing his friend
around tho prtmilsvs, "7nd what In
that vast warehouse for?t' asked I ho
friend. "Oh, that Is to eloro my
birthday presents In," replied (he old
man. Tlltis we nvc that a green old ngo
lias Its advantage.
TITO r'm"wiM uiim. no flti or nrvtmntA
r 1 1 u nt firx day's swurtir.K llm'sllnst Utrrt
JlMtnrir. Knil fur rr2 trial Ivtlliuw1tfttb
Dr. II. II. Kile,-, I.M .mil Ar:b HI . rbin&lptols,
I.'nlerprlne and Caullon.
"I shall gut thlo," rjuotlr Enter
prise, eon Aden tly.
"When-?" BSksil Caution.
Here Knterprlse ltwel a withering
look upon her laggard ftfotar.
"At to that I know nothing," nht
ropllod, haughtily; "further than tl at,
when I get I here it will l somewhere
else." Detroit Vree Pre.
fFe odr Oae Hundred bollsrt Itewerd for ant
tue ol Caturrti trial can not kteurwi br Ball)
K. ). CHENKV 4Co.,I'rops.,Toldo,0.
We the undersigned. har knonn F.J. Chen et
forth" pa-tl r-er, and brllere him perfect;;
honirnbie In all bulnee trarmatlfn and an
anclallr ai.le I" carry out anjr oMJfailoca wadf
vj iani i I in. ,
WW A Tnl-ix.
Wholesale hriigflttt, Tr.ledo,
Waldiks Kihkik A Minns',
Wholaaslo hrnsrmaii. Tolrtto. n.
IlaU'a Catarrh (Jare tl taken lntrnallr.arUns
nlrtcllf on the UrxM and rnticmin inrfnf-fof
he iymem. I'ttce 76r p r hottle. Sold by aU
liafl'a t amllr Pills are the test
Illame All Upon the Herrle.
A small parishioner in Aberdeen
brought a lrasket of strawberries to the
minister very early on Monday morn
"Thank you, my little girl," he
said, "they aro very beautiful berrief.
Hut I hojie you didn't gather them yes
terday, which was the Sebbath day?"
"No, sir," replied the child, "I
picked them this morning. Hut the?
was growin' all day yesterday." Stray
"That new waltraw must go," said
tho landlord of tho select bonnllnp
"What has sho dono?"
"Why, when she was to ask tin
guests if they would havo tea or coffet
she said, 'Name ycr drink order.' "
Paper clothes are the latest novelty.
A Hcrlin tailoring house is now offcrinii
complete paper suits for $2.50, Tin
prosiiectus gives full instructions foi
measuring one's self, and the firm als
advertises in foreign journals, evident)
expecting to do an export business.
J he material is woven and pressed, of 8
dark cieam color, and apparently nol
very light. World's Paper Trade Ke-
Childish Amusements In Boston
"Aro you going to play horse?"
asked the benevolent gentleman wht
takes an interest in children.
"Certainly not," answered tho little
Boston boy. "Wo aro amusing our
selves by tho assumption that brothci
1 aldo Is an ichthyosaurus and that 1
am a prehistoric man in pursuit ol
him. Washington Star.
At 2 la the Morn In jr.
"Seen the comet?"
"Nope. No uso to me. My wife
never asks mo for any excuses.'
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Wood Paws. t)ra? t-awa run bv steam nr tram
line engines. Also the latftftt In law tnlll mn.
chlnery, slump pullers, well drilling machin
ery, etc., etc.
rue ,or yuur neeua.
REIERSON MACHINERY CO.
Toot of Morrl.on Street
TtMtctkf.' itarffiruftr u.cfl,tdfu.ana(
Um niu.IOM.jalu tla wi llolaig-d I'llltUw, of
of EnglM,, Cloirrirlir, Oeofrtfy, FtcttoB, Euk
TTrcful. Reliable. Attractive. Lasting.
The New Edition Ilaa 23,000 New Words
Now Oaietteer of the World
New Biographical Dictionary
tSSOrsffM, tW Illutrstloai. Rich Madias.
Why Not Civs Some Cns This Uteful Present?
FREE "ATeatln rrononchttlon."
laMruclua and nttrtaluin.i Uw tha twl lamOy.
llluatrattj pamplart alio tit,
O. & 0. MERRTAM CO.. Putlllheri,
Sprlngfteld, Mn, u. S. A.
tASK YOUS DEAIED FOD THE.
MADE PAMOU5 BY A DEPUTATION
EXTENDING OVED MODE THANrtg
HALF A CEMTUBY.
'TOWER'5 r,rmntj and'
,?5i flj 6re "lade of the best I i-i
maMnali In blach or ytllow rf J
for ell kinds of wet work. ' ' '
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"1 had a most stubborn cough
for many years. It deprived me
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then tried Aycr's Cherry PectorsI,
tnd was quickly cured."
R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tenn.
Sixty years of cures
and such testimony as the
above have taught us what
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
We knbw It's the great
est cough remedy ever
made. And you will say
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Thru sins I Jk., He. It. Alt rtjl!.
Consult -yoor doctor. If he says tslts It,
then At as he say. If fie tells you not
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Tnrrirs-rrmsrtnwrTitii 1 1 eti etarr-y
As It Sometimes Happens.
"How pretty SIIss Govius looks in
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her, with the big, red hands?"
"That's her sister. She washes and
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Towne Wlmt a haughty creature
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Tlio Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend.
The KM Yoii Have Always Bought
NOTIIINQ SO GOOD
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