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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ HM. E. BISHOPS MEET IN COUNCIL A?? Charleston-Bishop L. J. I; Coppin Appointed to Fill Vacancy Resigned by Bish op Turner-Bishop Chap peile Fraternal Delegate to Gen'l. Con. M. E. Church, V ^South -Other Notes. A?. 8 The Bishops Council of the A. W&? E. ohurch was held at Char leston, beginning last Friday and ^closed Monday of this week. jra||pi the bishops were present ??wrijth the exceptions of Bishops ?lSVm. B. Derrick, who was sick, i'd J. Albert Johnson, who is in iuth Africa. Many of the gen ii officers and other prominent misters from all sections of the iantry w'ere in attendance. " fcuch business of importance was transacted. ? Bishop W. D- Chap 11 \t of Columbia, was appoint raternal* delegate to theGen [conference of the M. E. ih South. mop H. M. Turner, resigned ihop of South Carolina Ishop h. J. Coppin, D. D., of e 2nd Episcopal ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ A. M. E. BISHOPS MEET IN COUNCIL At} Charleston-Bishop L. J. goppin Appointed to Fill acancy Resigned by Bish op Turner-Bishop Chap adle Fraternal Delegate to Gen'l. Con. M. E. Church, & gjSouth-Other Notes. The Bishops Council of the A. M. E. church was held at Char leston, beginning last Friday and clojsed Monday of this week. . All the bishops were present ? 3wi;th the exceptions of Bishops ,\Vm. B. Derrick, who was sick, lan'd J. Albert Johnson, who is in ?iSouth Africa. Many of the gen j^eral officers and other prominent '^ministers from all sections of the country were in attendance, j Much business of importance was ' transacted, i Bishop W. D- Chap of Columbia, was appoint .aternal" delegate to the Gen conference of the M. E. h South. hop H- M, Turner, resigned hop of South Carolina shop L. J. Coppin, D. D-, of e 2nd Episcopal Dist., w...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ The Black Touch. Legend tells us of a king who was so endowed that everything I he touched turned to gold. Per ' haps in many years to come, I there may be a legend handed ! down to the generations yet to I be telling of a people who once ; lived in a place called America ? which had what might be call the j Black Touch. The peculiarity of : the touch is that anyone not of ! that race coming in contact with i it was forever undone. ; That certainly seems to be the j case now. There is no white j man in the State today who is in i public or semi public life that dares stand out boldly for abso lute fair and squire dealing with the Negro according to the privi leges of an American citizen. ; There are many who believe i n ! such but they sing it low for fear I of the "Black Touch." Most every legislator takes ! pams to see that he speaks i and votes...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

The Southern Indicator Publ' '\cd ovcry Saturday by Industrial Printing Company Entered ns Second Class Matter May 8th, 1912, at.thc p?3loilicc at Columbia, 8. C., unaor the Act of March 3d, 1879. N. J. FREDERICK, EDITOR. W. AIKEN. NIX, CITY EoiTOft. i j. MO ROAN MAK\OKR. Subscription Rates One Year.?I.IX? Six Moil th 8 . OOo ThVee Months. 35e Advertising Rates Made Known gn ; Application. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913. The Peabody Fund. .? We doubt very much whether Mr. Peabody would have left his millions just in the manner he did in 1866 if he could have fore seen the manner in which it has been handled. Not that the fund has'nt been honestly used but rather the manne?. Although given for the help of the entire population of the South, the Ne gro, when the totals are consid ered, has been treated as though he was not a large part of that population. Furthermore there seems to have been certain mem bers of the board whose chief object was to see just what plans they could carry thro...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

The Southern Indicator Published every Saturday by Industrial Printing Company Entered a? Second Glass Matter May 8th, 1912, at.the postollice at Columbia, S. C.. under the Aet of March 3d, 1879. N. J. FREDERICK, EDITOR. Vf. AIKEN. NIX. CITY EDITOII. L. MORGAN MANAQKR. Subscription Rates One Year. .-.$1.00 Six Months . ,60c TliVee Months. 35c Advertising Rates Made Known gn ,'. Application. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913. The Peabody Fund. 1\ .> We doubt very much whether f Mr. Peabody would have left his millions just in the manner he # did in 1866 if he could have fore seen the ma?ner in which it has been handled. Not that the fund has'nt been honestly used but rather the manne?. Although given for the help of the entire population of the South, the Ne gro, when the totals are consid ered, has been treated as though he was not a large part of that population. Furthermore there seems to have been certain mem bers of the board whose chief object was to see just what plans they could...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

When You t A good house may be spoil here and get the right kind o Glass also needs attention, glass to merchants, factories, For your doors-closing th? Blount Door Check. Let us Yes, we have a good many pleting your home. We sell many good makes. Come to us for what you w L?rick & Lo Phones 78, 1525-27 Main St FROST PROOF C GUARANTEED TO & FROM THE ORIGINAL CA Ol wp (topra. TRADEMARK Established 186S. Paid In Wc grew tho first FROST PROOF PLANT! fled customers. Wc have prnwn and ?"M inure ? Kt?(r? roniMni-d. iv 11Y I llec:>uae our plants must It ls time to set these plants In vourscct'on to v sell for thc most rooney. WE SOW THREE Tl Earn Your Plants for a Slight S Postase Paid 30 cents per 100 plants. By wexprei ?pedal rato ls vory low, 500 for ft.00; 1,000 to thousand; 10,000 and over f 1.00 pr" thousand. WM. C. GERATY, CO., Bo: COLUMBIA, NEWBERRY & LAURENS R. R. Schedule in effect October Subject to change without Schedules Indicated are not teed: A. C. L>. 52 ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

When You ? A good house may be spoil here and get the right kind o Glass also needs attention, glass to merchants, factories, For your doors-closing th? Blount Door Check. Let us Yes, we have a good many pleting your home. We sell many good makes. Come to us for what you w L?rick & Lo Phones 78, 1525-27 Main St FROST PROOF C GUARANTEED TO S FROM THE ORIGINAL CA KAUTJKUETWAKEFlXUX.GHABI.K3TnHI.A1tOETYr& El Tlv.K.r' ,.,1 WAKEFIELD. Oran. at EuUul Fla TRADEMARK Jg^m^ Established 1868. Paid In Wc ?row thc first FROST PROOF PLANT: fled customers. Wc have rra?n iud IKM man r< Si.lr? romlilnrd. WHY I Ilnc.iusu our plants must lt ls lime to set thrsu plants In your sect'"-i lu vr sell for thc most rooney. WE SOW THREE Ti Earn Your Plants for a Slight S Postage Paul 30 cunts pur 100 plants. Dy expro: special rato is very low, SOO for f 1.00; I.ooo to thousand; 10,000 and over $1.00 pc- thousand. WM. C. GERATY, CO., Bo: COLUMBIA, NEWBERRY & LAURENS R. R. Ar. Ar. Ar Ar. I.v i -v...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

?RBER SHOP Place in the City for luick and Polite Ser We also Carry a Line of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccoes. H. Reeves, Phelix Pagan I Manager Foreman ^Washington St FOR THE SIGN. ?NTIST idge Work a Special Gas Administered [OURS, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Phone 1429 ra*hington Stree' SMART SET. lg back to add new lau wthose already gained in jons, "The Smart Set," is^ffiiranced for the Columbia Theme on Monday night Feb. 17. <$jPhis season the management of tras justly popular attraction announces an entire new produc tion,, beeping only the title and that clever comedian, Salem Tutt Whitliey and his able companion in the.production of continuous laughs, Homer Tutt, and of cours?; a chorus of dark-skinned beauties in keeping with the well established policy of having the niftiest chorus of any musical show,.?n tour. The scenic pro duction is new and more elabo rate than ever, the costumes are superb^ creations of a master mind.'.^nd the story is built to display} the best abilities ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 15 February 1913

tr NATIONAL iRBER SHOP Place in the City for uick and Polite Ser We also Carry a >uil Line of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccoes. VU x . H. Reeves, Phelix Pagan Manager Foreman Washington St FOR THE SIGN. f. eOOPER iNTIST idge Work a Special Gas Administered [OURS, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Phone 1429 ra ?h in g ton Stree1 .HE SMART SET. Coming back to add ?ls:t?'those already new lau rel$8$ those already gained in pasjtfeasons, "The Smart Set," is; ^^ouneed for the Columbia Theaape on Monday night Feb. 17. '.jThis season the management of that justly popular attraction annpuhces an entire new produc tion, keeping only the title and that clever comedian, Salem Tutt Whitney and his able companion in the production of continuous laughs, Homer Tutt, and of course, a chorus of dark-skinned beauties in keeping with the well established policy of having the niftiest chorus of any musical show en tour. The scenic pro duction is new and more elabo rate than ever, fhe costumes are superb creations...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ INTER?STINB WAY SIDE NOTES BOSTON, MASS., APRIL 2,19^. -I left Saturday March 28th, 1914. Stopped in New York and Philadelphia. Reached Gam bridge Mass., April lst. In Phil adelphia I stopped with that great preacher, leader and prince in Isreal, the Rev. .A. R Robin son, D. D. March 20th I preach ed ia Jenkins Town Pa.', for a dear old friend, the Rev. Mr. J. C. Jackson^ J). -D*, .the pastor of one of the greatest churches in Americana congregation devoted to their- pastor. Rev. Mr. Jack son has accomplished great tnings in Jenkins T??. H?re I found myself among old fri?nds ? iVTrs Jackson is very good and at tentive- to the South Caroling Boys, as is Mrs Robinson. Both Doctors Robinson, and Jenkins 'are educo tin g'their children^ in the kv ;t'schools. ; K^gf I met some of my best friends in Philadelphia.- : J'ohn Scott? the sainted Irishman,r;'...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ INTEpNGWA?-SIDE NOTES ./ ;$os?of; MASS.; APRIL 2, 191? -I left Saturday, . M arch 28th; 1914. Sapped in New York alia Philadelphia! Reached Gam bridge Mass., ^prftUst^vIn phil adelphia I stopped with that great preacher; leader Jana prince in Isreal, the^RevViA.ik Robina sony-D.. D. jj M?rch 2?th I preach ' ?d'in ilii|?^. Pa,', for r-a. d??fc Old mjgffl the JU;*; Q.JJ&Gka??JJ?:*D f ..trje J pastor of oi^ pf tngl^rjatest^hurches in .A?r?eiE?c?i^j^^y?^0n devoted ^t?*h?i^p1^?^^iI?^r; Jack son: ?has MHHHgt?K^ great tning's in ; JehKins??flSpS,?,H-fl??re ; I?ouh$'mys?l|.?mo^ 7/frs Jackson .i?-Ver^^ooa and a i^ntive to ll tlje Soutfr. ,.;C&rolih? Boys,/as is;^rs^K?b*inB?n. .B^fn Doctors. ; Robinson ^^d-/ J?nl&hs * are edu^oting/lineir:phil<^Min th?^t?&c^ [WM ':" ' Imet some of my^best/f^iwds in Philadelphia; ;::if^n\??p|trAth? sainted...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ gi. tatest and most human? mien in the world. I was appointed some time ago as one of it's Southern representatives. Mrs George Angel, whose husband founded this society, heard that I was in town, and sent for me. She met me in Aiken S. C., some years ago. I am here to try ' to raise money to help pay off the debt of the Cambridge Baptist Church. The congregati n ie scattered but the few who re main are loyal, and although il poured rain on the night of Apri 1st,, the church was crowdec with an appreciative audience The Rev. Mr.- Spurgeon Cory i.? pastor, assn ted largely by S. J Lee. His. wife is the daughter o Lewis Frasier of Blackville S. C Boston is a great city, the A thens of America, Here you cai learn anything you want to knov on earth. Here, the greates Scientific Schools and College are situated; here are the great est seats of learning...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

UNDERWOOD WINS TOGA IN ALABAMA DEMOCRATIC HOUSE LEADER IS .NAMED SENATOR FROM STATE OF ALABAMA. A HEAVY VOTE WAS CAST Ticket Was Very Long, and Count Was Necessarily Slow in All Precincts. Birmingham, Ala.-Oscar W. Under wood triumphed over Richmond P. Hobson in the contest before Demo cratic primaries throughout the state j ?for the nomination to the United iStates senate. Owing ^ td^jUie com (plexity and length of the ballots com plete returns were slow in coming in. The protracted struggle for the norn inatlon between tho two distinguished candidates terminated with a record breaking vote by Alabama Democrats. Interest in the contest for the short term in the United States senate, the nomination of ten congressmen, a gov ernor and other state and county offi cers also brought thousands to the polls. Mobile, Ala.-Mobile and south Ala bama polled the heaviest vote In years. The total in Mobile county will reach 6,000. Underwood swept south Ala bama. Comer, for governor, led Kolb in...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

UNDERWOOD WINS ( TOGA IN HA DEMOCRATIC HOUSE LEADER IS NAMED SENATOR FROM STATE OF ALABAMA. A HEAVY VOTE WAS CAST Ticket Was Very Long, and Count Was Necessarily Slow in All Precincts. Birmingham, Ala.-Oscar W. Under Wood triumphed over Richmond P. Hobson In the contest before Demo cratic primaries throughout the state !for the nomination to the United 'States senate. Owing, tdf?hc cora Qplexity and length of the ballots com plete returns were slow in coming in. The protracted struggle for the nom ination between tho two distinguished candidates terminated with a rccord p .breaking vote by Alabama Democrats. Interest in the contest for the short term in the United States senate, the nomination of ten congressmen, a gov ernor and other state and county offi cers also brought thousands to the polls. Mobile. Ala.-Mobile and soutli Ala bama polled the heaviest vote in years. The total in Mobile county will reach 6,000. Underwood swept soiith Ala bama. Comer, for governor, led Kolb in th...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

Mr. Robert H. Norris, No. 1333 Hen ry St., North Berkeley, Col., writes: "We have never had any other medi cine but Poru?a In our home since we have been married. I Suffered with kidney and bladder trouble, but two months treatment with Peruna made me a well and strong man. My wife felt weak and was easily tired and was alBo troubled with various pains, but since she took Peruna she is well and strong." HAIR STAIN "Walnutta" For Cray, Streaked, Bleached and Red Hair ot Moustache. Matches Shade - Light Brown to ?Black. Does not wash nor rub off. Sold by four Druggist. Regular size, 60 cents. r&?AA Send lo Howard Nicholl, | V>4feA Y IP M 2208 Clark Av.. St. LouU. Mo. I- | U U I I UU ?nd set a FREE Trial Bottle. I I UH A Change. "Did Caesar's disposition change much during his life?" asked the pro fessor. "Well," answered tho blufllng stu dent, "he had a lot moro Gaul when he died." HUSBAND SPENT EVERYTHING in an Effort to Bring Wife's Trou bles to End, and Finally Succeeds. Myr...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

REMEMBER ! When 'You (all Drug ?Store Mr. Robert H. Norris, No. 1833 Hen ry St., North Berkeley, Cal., writes: .'We have never had any other medi cine but Paruna in our home since ws have been married. I Suffered with kidney and bladder trouble, but two months treatment with Peruna made me a well and strong man. My wife felt weak and was easily tired and was also troubled with various pains, but since she took Peruna she ls well and strong." _ HAIR STAIN "Walnutta" For Gray, Streaked, Bleached and Red Hair ec Moustache. Matches Shade - Light Brown to . Black. Doa not wash nor rub off. Sold by four Druggist. Regular sire, 60 cents. m Send lo Howard Nichol?. |W>A#% ^fpU2208CJ<ukAv..Si.LoUU.Mo. HUU I I UU andact a FREE Trial Bottle. I 1 UH A Change. "Did Caesar's disposition change much during his life?" asked the pro fessor. "Well," answered the bluffing stu dent, "he had a lot more Gaul when he died." HUSBAND SPENT EVERYTHING In an Effort to Bring Wife's Trou bles to End, and F...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

(By E. O. SELLERS, Director of Evening Department, The Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR APRIL 12 THE JOURNEY TO EMMAUS. (Easter Lesson.) LESSON TEXT-Luke 24:13-33. GOLDEN TEXT-"Who ls ho that shall condemn? It ls Christ Jesus that died, yea rather, that was raised from tho dead, who is at the right hand of God, who also makcth intercession for us." Rom. 8:34. We turn aside today to consider as' the Easter lesson a well-known event ' lb connection with the several appear ances of our Lord after his resurrec tion; one of the .many infallible proofs, Acts 1:3; I Cor. 15:4. The narrative of this Journey is one of the most beautiful post-resurrection stories, simple, clear and of great value. It is related, evidently, by an eye witness. The Cleopas mentioned is not the son of Mary, John 19:25. Tho name of the second pilgrim ls but a conjecture, though we somehow feel it was Luke himself. The journey was about seven and one-half miles and most likely they were returning to thei...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

S??WSOIOOL LESSON (By E. O. SELLERS, Director of Evening Department, Tho Moody Blblo Institut?, Chicago.) LESSON FOR APRIL 12 THE JOURNEY TO EMMAUS. (Easter Lesson.) LESSON TEXT-Luke 24:13-33. GOLDEN TEXT-"Who ls ho that shall ?ondcmn? It ls Christ Joans that died, yea rather, that was raised from tlio dead, who ls at the rieht hand of God, who also niaketh Intercession for us." Rom. 8:31. We turn asido today to consider aa tho Easter lesson a well-known event In connection with tho several appear ances of our Lord after hi? resurrec tion; one of tho many infallible proofs, Acts 1:3; I Cor. 15:4. The narrativo of thi3 journey is ono of tho most beautiful post-resurrection stories, simple, clear and of great value, lt is related, evidently, by an eye witness. The Cleopas mentioned ls not tho son of Mary, John 19:25. Tho name of the second pilgrim is but a conjecture, though we somehow feel it was Lu ko himself. Tho journey was about seven and one-half miles and most likely they wero ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

Works Wonders for Sick Women STELLA-VITAE cured this woman, who had suffered for 25 years. Give it a chance to cure YOU! WHAT STELLA-VITAE HAS DOME for one woman ic well told by Mr. S. J. Hendrix, of Poacy, Texaa, who gratefully writeo us: "For twenty-five years I had from ona to three Ductor, treating my ?Ile for female trouble", and trlr:l varions patent medi cines ami Mie only received temporary relief. We tried STELLA-VITA K and tn oar earprtso lt restored her to better health than she ever had. It did a won derful work in her case." BTELLA-VITAE acts directly upon thc female otgans and functions. It tonen and stienghtcns the muscles Bnd tk:u M;S, builds up and restores tho v.-l'.iiii- system when run down and wasted by disoasc, soothes and adjusts the delicate nervous organ ization to that harmonious balance so necessary to perfect womanly health. STELL, A-V1T A E regulatos the func tions peculiar to women, stops wast ing and relieves dangerous suppres sion, banishes thc terror...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

Works Wonders for Siek Women STELL A-VITAE cured thu woman, who had suffered for 25 years. Give it a chance to cure YOU! WHAT STELLA-VITAE HAS DONE for one woman ie well told by Mr. S. J. Hendrix, of PoBey, Texas, who cratefully writes un: " "Por twenty-five years I had from on* to tbrie Docton treating my wi[o for female troubles, and tried vari?os patent medi cines and sh? only received temporary relief. We tried STELLA-VITAE and to oar enrprlso it restored her to better health than she ever bad. lt did a won-* dorlu l work In her case." ? STELLA-VITAE acts directly upon the female organs and functions. It tones and strenghtens the muscles and tissues, builds up and restores the whole system when run down and wasted by disease, soothes and adjusts the delicate nervous organ ization to that harmonious balance so necessary to perfect womanly health. ST ELLA-V1TAE regulates the func tions peculiar to women, stops west ing and relieves dangerous suppres sion, banishes the terrors of t...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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