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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 July 1905

mm, m ■HUl n m.. mi r I > > > v i I ^ \ lYOT LIVINO oam ap mu mimin mm m ENJOY 000D HEALTH The Popular Will Kec Liver Medicine Keep You Well A OUARANTCED CUM for all diiuiw produced by TOR- PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act ae rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB- INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no furious effects. CUBED IT HE1BINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED lb. L. A. Hicks, bedell, Texas, says: " I w« sfck la bed for eight months with liver trouble, the doctor seemed to d6 me so good. I was told to try Herbiue, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot recommend this wonderfal medicine too highly." TAKE IT MOW! LARGE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co* ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 July 1905

■ J iediate physical result? gence in laughter are nu- In the Tirst place, the : laughing involves the exer- tol a large number of muscles, hurling many of those of the ncck, chest and abdomen, ch, if they are exercised suf- otly, -often become corre- •pcwwlingly well developed, as do also other tissues in intimate con- nection with them. The facial mnsrles. for example, of the man who |anghs often and easily are generally developed to a degree ■which give ; hiri the facial rotun- dity ol a contented child. But laisghit'T r.cco-r.p'ishes much more ftan 3h:x- ir.rr- outward appear- ance >:i veil b.'ing. It has a high- ly beneficial i;;:Iuence on those two vital organs, the heart and the lungs. Dw")ti« what is called a "fit" of laughter the lungs may be al- most completely emptied of their contained air. Fresh air is then drawn in to the fullest extent of their capacity, inflating, perhaps, those JitVle-used air cells which contained previously only stag- nant aiT and bacilli—for i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 July 1905

fey See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas. The State Herald. r > VOL 6. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 27, 1905. No 30 *■ * r "S s OFFICIAL MINUTES Of the Seventh Annual Reunion of Joe Johnston Camp Held at Jack's Creek, July 18-21, 1905. tuesday first day Camp assembled at 10 o'clock and was opened with prayer by Chap'ain .Jennings. On motion the roll call and reading of minutes of the last Re- union was postponed until Wed- nesday morning. Tli2 Commaader, S, B. Love, beirg absent en account of sick- ners. First Lieutenant Comman- der K. E, Steele assumed com- mand and delivered an address of wi-Icome. Comrade Gibson was called on 'by the Commander and made n short address of welcome in ad- dition to his own. BJOn motion of Comrade Watsor, three Comrades were appointed an advisory committee to assist the officer of the day and deputy sheriffs to ke^n order, Committee: Watson, Thomp- son and Dr. E. B. Wood. Short impromptu talks were made by several...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 July 1905

. , I ii Mother's Ear A WO/13 IN MOTH**'a BAR l WHEN L, NURSING AN INFANT, ANO IN THB '■ MONTH 13 THAT COMB BEFORE THAT. SCOTT'S EMULSION SUPPLIES THE RXTNA if«£AGrH ANO NOURISHMENT SO AMNMISSAHr FC.i THE HEALTH OF BOTH MOTHER ANO CHILD. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and £1.00; all druggists. During an entertainment over in Freedman laat Saturday night oue of the musicians, a Corsiciana i negro, was (-hot 111 the thoi.Uer! by Home one not known. Tin? 0 &as°a orowd standtn,. inn do ai d the shot was fired ihrough 11 wii - dow. The wound is a painful',* though not necessarily a dadjjc - oun one. A negro named Pi. t .Jacobs has.been arrested char^t d wrh the shooting. The pills that act as a , ant H uo ;i drastic purge, aro DeWitt's Little Barley Risers. They cure Headiuli. Constipation, Bilionsnoso, etc. Early Risers are small, easy to take and to act — a safe pill. Mack Hamilton, hctel i clerk at Valley City, N. D,. says:'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 July 1905

Wmmmm : > Cures Kidney and Blad- > der Diseases in Every Form—Many People Have Kidney Trouble and Ho Not Know It. HOW TO FIND OUT. A Big Time for All ivho Attended Several thousand people were in oamp at Jacks creek this week to enjoy the regular annual outing with the old sold-ers of th9 Cons federacy. They commenced to arrive and go into camp as i=arly as last Saturday, and by Tuesday morning, when the bugler sound ed lhe assembly, the grounds were literaly alive with enthusi- astic humanity. The first day was devoted to business meetings of the Joe,John- It Is the function of thekid^y's'to filter "ton Gump and of the Sons and hhrs and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them. the Groesbeck an4 Mtxta boys both-did good busings through* out the week. There was a bran.h utord <)f tlie New Yor^ Bargain, house on the cround ar-d many people re- marked on the attractive manner in which thev diaplayed their goods and the fuc' Unit ttie.y r-old at the resunuhle ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 July 1905

re Herald. every Thursday Iff W. P. HOUX, E.'titor and Proprietor StfDfccrii tlon, •■imt T it ■ i I: I / IS« / li ■% . ■ It 1 per year, Entered at the postofOca at Mexia, Tex., as secoud class mail matter The president has called con- gress ta meet Nov. 11 to consider railroad and other legislation. was captured'near Lockhart and ib now in the Travis oounty jail. He admits his identity but denies that he committed the crime ohirged against him. Col. Wm. Prather, president of the state university,'died fcudden- ly Monday morning of heart trouble. He wa« in apparent good health the day before, and it is supposed that the hot weather and his labors in the summer normal hastened his death. The ^quadron of battle ships bearing the remains of Admiral Paul Jones arrived in this country last Saturday. Dan Lamont, the Cortelvou of Cleveland's two administrations, died suddenly at his home in New York last Sunday. A new military company has been organiz?d at Calvert and they are now drilling ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 July 1905

iraMyifi . : y:"' '■ • "\ •■ ftv ■ • • .... pglRPlP&glSg mmwms ' Dr. J. L. Met calf DEN1181. t#*Offlce —Front Rooms in Knights of Pvihias Hall. Ph ne No. 110. v. MEXIA. TEXAS iJ 1 T < r I 1 } >■ if i Xocal an£> personal | ]for the XCleefe. f There has been some talk of the Prarie Grove band joining the state militia*as a regimental band. Capf.. Hoax, of tli'e Rifles has taU n the matter up with the mil- itary authorites and is authorized to enlist the band for the Third Rpgiment, if they so desire. Pi pays 'o buy goods cheap on special push sale like Pittman has. Mrs. C A. Lindsey is spending a few days at Wootau Wells. Mexia Drug Co,, Kemps old corner in keeping with their gen- eral repu'ation, sell nothing but the beat. You will will find John R. Dickey's Old) Reliable Eye Water there. The genuine is in- closed in a red folding box. C. B, Kaufman has resigned his position at Sparks restaurant to accept a position at Green's ice house. Dolly Petty is now with Mr. Spark...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 July 1905

m I m 1 m 1 L r/. B Kidney Trouble Makes vou Miserable. ir OSscsvery <.V3!«mion 0LGH8 and WOLDS Price EOc &S1.09 Free Trial. y sfc ami (Atticlteot Cure tor all tB'SttAT and LUSTO THOX7B- 3, or MONEY BACK. !%\mg3Esnsma3 PASSENGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 rcxAS PACIFIC RAILWAY .'.5 TROUBLE TO ANC'A'-R CUE.CTIONS. •"«B °ULLMAN VESTIBUi sleepers, I'JOMI RECLININGCHAIRC.-. (seats ftfe) «.« ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 7.,'iHE WITH last morning and fa« trains to St. Louis and t're /jTHB WITH Pullman Sleepoi. «h-t>ac!c Scari-ljtt seat Ooacbea .:sh (without change) to Ne-.v '-BS.SS, dally. ."..l.'Kii WITH hnndsor^e nevrOl. 1 i through (without c ■ c. uouto, Memphis and • -. Paso. ;- SNE WITH a saving' J 2 hou: iifornia. •v Sleeping Cars, weekly, througl ' <''it chanpe) to San Francisco. FINING CARS . rWEEN TEXAS AND ST. COf 13 BOTH OF OUR INCOM- PAlRABLE TRAINS, ■MfSNem kali.4" AND 36HT EXPRESS" £ P. TURNER, l Passenger and t :okpt A gen* DALLAS.TEX The tioojs dl the pr of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 July 1905

By ■Us Kl; M A Sure Cure / for Rheumatism, Cuts, Sprains, Wounds, Old Sores, Corns, Bunions, Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation, and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville, Tenn., ■writes: " X have been trying the bathsof Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything I have ever tried. Inclosed find postoffice order for $1.00. Send me large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Mexia Drug Company. JOE NUSSBAUM, sident JOti. B \V.TI. MlUPilY* LoN9, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 July 1905

Wf* I * * * * * *■*.* i, * s *i*> 't J *s* * ill* i %-r. r If: fi 11; I |] &L i I : Our More will be closed, Tues- day August 1. HI DAYS SLAUGHTER SALE At Waper & Rimassa's, Nlexia, Texas. Our Store will be closed I'ues- day August 1. mm Sale commences Wed- nesday, August 2nd. Be here first day. Last TEN DAYS. Slaughter of Prices. Move Them Out. Hake Room. That's tne program here for the next 10 Dave. Sales, Sales and Sales, but nothing equal this even attempted. Beginning WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2nd, at 8:30 o'clock our doors will be opened and the GREAT SLAUGH- TER OF PRICES BEGINS. Many linea cannot ba manufactured at prices asked, 0"r aim iJ to reeluoe stock at any cost. All else is cast aside. Profits are entirely lost sight of. COME TO MEXIA AUGUST 2nd. Remember date, Wed- nesday, AUGUST 2nd. Store closed all day, Tuesday, August ist. :*?3S Shoe Department Ladies Oxiurus and Sandals, about 100 pairs in the lot, every pair worth $1 CO and 85c, Slaughter price 5 y*'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 August 1905

A-"1 if. See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas. v v Herald. VOL 6. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUQUST 3, 1905 N Wagner & Rimassa, Texas. The 10 DiiYS SLAUGHTER SALE is now in full blast. The Sale lasts till Saturday Night, Aug. 12. So eome to see us during next week. What does Slaughter Priees mean? Simply this—In addition to extremely low prices on High Grade Merchandise of taking off 20 to 33 1-3 per cent, profits yours for the 10 days, in many instances more than profits are deducted. We got to have room at almost any sacrifice. We shall carry no Summer Goods over, that's the reason lor such Wonderful Reductions. Clothing and Furnishing Goods. * <* i « j ! « « « A-y $■>.<:() Flannel Suit now ... $3-49 4.98 7-25 8.98 10.98 Pick the #7 50 and $6.50 line at Our ontire line of 110.00 ones Those up to ?12.50 choice $15.00 kind, good ones 20 per cent off all Summer Trousers 50c & 33c 89c 5c Mens Elasl c beam Drawers ones Monarch Shirtrf the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 August 1905

•' . V \ - , ■ 11-.- "•r •- -IjPSipSlR^Pr' ' • -i v -i ' ■ ■ couch l|court h0use doings. • thk LUNG& s .1 Sjissovery Wl _ -(.h.'JMPriOfc Priet t-Oif I OUGHS and 80c & SI.00 ISOLDS Free Trial. Sm'Mt and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG THOUB- tES, or MONEY BACK mX PASSENGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. 4. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXAS PACIFIC ..O TROUBLE TO A'i-'.'.TH OULSTIONB. • uPERB "ULLMAN VESTIBUI EF SLEEPERS, «.1 -<l OSO MC R EC LI N i NG CH Al Pi CAftr (beats fpfe) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. ■ \ LINE WITH fa3t morning an3 aiiingr train3 to St. Louis ancl tiit , last. «T.,Y LINE WITH Pullman Rlooi . > high-back Scarri(tt seat Coaches through (without change) to Nov. 'Mr'.eans. dally. . . Y LINB WITH handsor_e nov/Ch •■ars through (without c-'iauge) fia, t") St. Louis, Memphis and Pa:jo. ■:; Y LINE WITH a saving o. 12 hour; to California. . -.-it Sleeping- Cars, weekly, througl '"■ithout change) to San Francisco. DINING" CARS •VBllWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS ON BOTH OF OUR INCOM-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 August 1905

.1;' Wn m •m- -i THE JOY OF LIVING CAM BI TOLLY REALIZED WHEN TOO ENJOY GOOD HEALTH 1 V S s. >r* II m The Popular Liver Medicine Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR- PID LSVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB- INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, Is absolutely harmless arid is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no injurious effects. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I was sick in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Herbine, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE IT NOW! LARGE BOTTLE, 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 August 1905

-w ■, V. - State Herald. every Thursday bJ M. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Babtcrlptlon, per year,.... .... $1.00 Entered at the postnfSce at Meila, Tex., as second class mail matter First bales are now coining in, , but as yet none have been re- ceived this far up the line. Hon. Roger Q. Mills of Corai1- cana is out in a card stating that he will not be a candidate for governor next year. A private in the regular army is to be tried for lunacy because he wrote loye letters to Miss Alice Roosevelt. Is that a sign of insanity? Johann Hoch, the Chicago Blue beard, has been granted a new lea^e of life. Seutence wa s postponed until Sept. 15 in order to allow a review ofjthe case. The Japs are closing in around the Russians aud auotner scrap is looked for. It is expected that the two armies will get to- gether before the peace commis- sioners do. In St. Louis some dago cigar makers are defrauding Uncle Sam by using old revenue stamps. And it is hinted that a negro in- ternal revenue ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 August 1905

rap m Dr. J. L. Metealf DENl \ S1. Office —Front Rooms in Knights of Pvtbias Hall. Ph ne No. 110. V MEXIA. TEXAF local ant) personal jfor tbe TCIleefe. 4" > * • ltsv. Harrison and family have returned to Wortham after a pleasant visit to the family of R. P. Ward here, I New cut glasd at Pittman's. Dr. Lynne Roberts and wife of Hillsboro are visiting ip the city. W. D. Pittman.the jeweler and optician, wants your trade. The house next door to the City Market is being moved back to make room for Mr. Hamilton's marble yard soon to be opened. Shopping: and waist bags, now stock, at Pntman's. We have a scholarship in the Tyler college, and any one con- templating entering that well known school can save a little on the expenses by seeing us- Fancy chamber sets, cheap at Pittman's. The first bale for Limestone county was sold at Groesbeck Wednesday. Particulars not known. Lamps and lamp* chimneys a plenty at Pittman's. Miss Moselle Mitchell left on the noon train for her home at Reagan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 August 1905

If! iM' ' mm W5? SCOTPS EMULSION won't mak« hutnp Htk straight, neither will It make • short leg long, but it feeds soft tone and heals diseased bone and Is among i the few genuine means of recovery In rickets and bone consumption. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $i,oo] all druggists. Thursday night fire destroyed the home of Gus Piree a few miles north of town. The lu>u-e was insured for $500 anil the furniture for $250. All of the family ex- cept Mr. Pierce were in Wortham attending the camp meeting and hence out much of the furniture was saved. Origin of the tire not known. A Touching Story is the saving from death, of the baby girl of Geo. A. Eyler, Cumberland, Md. He writes: "At the age of 11 months, our little girl was in declining health, with serious Throat Trouble, and two physicians gave her tip, We were al- most in despair, when we resolved to try Di. Kitg's Now Discovery for Con- sumption Coughs and Cold.-i. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 August 1905

* V V - - * -t" i i ■I ;K "Public Schools." Mp*i4, Tex., July 81, 1904• Trie public eohool system of Texai is great. Tne idea of tbe poop and rich mans bo s aud girls to be educated together is a liberal one. The funds are in- creasing each year, by creating special school taxee.J Some 20 years ago the cattle- men wore accused of stealing the ohildrens grass, later they lewsad the grass. Texas, I think, is the school teachers paridise, if there is one. The teacher who enters this oc- cupation simply for the dollars has not the highest idea [to be at- tained. It is hard to tell how valuable a tip-top, good, natural even tempered, order loving tfacher is. Now I nm not one ot those animals v. ho believe in sparing the rod and spoiling the child, Though'I have known i •tops irregularities, strengthen* ; m enervation many children the urinary organs and builds up, \ , , , , , the worn-out tissues of the kid- ™t ofschool .who should have neys so they will perform their i been in school. A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 August 1905

Ufent to Oallowa la "people journeying along Ho4- -^Kn today may picture • v«fjr iHBerent processions that passed r,withe 'lieavy hill," as it wa caJ- 2M, on May 5, 1760. whcn y** SBwrers, for the murder of his land steward, went to the "Dead- ;ly ilever Green" to be hanged— x a -'tnckname for Tyburn that ^ J. ■*. JBarrie himself might have in- dented, says t'he London Chron- ica. He went in his own landau, drawn by six horses, and remark- ed, when it was blocked by the .-crown, that he supposed they had , never a lord hanged and ■ -would never see another. When one of the accompanying dra- goons v. as thrown from his horse "iie expressed concern, adding: 1 "itjope mine will be the only death todayand lie insisted on being • hanged in his wedding clothes, observing cynically that it was as good an occasion for putting on as the one for which • iihey were made. Altogether he itfcd every ingredient that goes to .snake a popular hero, whether he b< a victorious general or a mur- der...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 August 1905

See J. Sand ford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas. Herald. No. 33. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUQUST 10, 190$ VOL 6. r X- ■ 'V- f A X The 10 Days Slaughter Sale Closes Aug. 12, Saturday Night Only 3 More Days OF THE Great Slaughter Sale! Just 3 Days Left of the Slaughter = £a8e! Closing Saturday Ni-ht, Aug. 12. ,A11 prices quoted on this page and the red circular are in effect till Saturday Night, August 12th. During this sale many short lengths of all goods have accumulated, and could jou use some Remnants you'll profit by coming here. They are Priced About One-Half Their Regular Worth. Hens Working Clothes Solid bine Deuftn Apron Overalls or Jumpers per Raiment - 5U * Mens Check Jumpers at 25C Mens Pin Check Overalls with apron, a garment 50C Mens work Pant?, worth 85c, at only 65C We have just opened up a complete line of Mens Jeans and the Bray Work Pants, all sizes Good Under Shirts it 25C Mens Drawers at r 2SC Mens Field Straw Hats IOC Mens Handkerchiefs, 10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 August 1905

I V _ — M. mmm We like best to call ' scorrs emulsion a food because it stands so em- phatically ror perfect nvjtrition., And yet ir. the matter of restor- ing uppet.te, of giving new strength to the tissues, especially to the nerves, its action is'that of a medicine. (> | <> :: ( < Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Cherabts, 4f 41s Pearl Street, New York. §oc. and #1.00; all druggists. Mr. R. E. Hickman has re- signed his position with the Sut- ton store auJ Mr.. W. E. Rey nolds of Corsicana will manage the businesss for awhile, though it is not yet known who will have permanent charge of the business as Mr. Reynolds' busi- ness in/ Corsicana demands his attention there. Dojb Not Irritate. "I hi ve found Simmons' Liver Puri- fier the mildest and most pleasant in action, yet the surest remedy for cons- tipation, torpid liver and all kindred troubles, I have ever used. It does not irritate or gripe-'' Very truly, 8. P. Cleary, Jackson, Tenn. Put up in tin boxes onl...

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