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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 February 1893

r 1 4; .. flip L: - 4, , VOLUME V. JAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA.,ATURAY, FEBUARY 11, 1893 NO4. VOLUME V. LAK(E PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISHI, LA.,45ATURDAY, jFEegUARY 1i, 1$393. 0;4 AN UNLUCKY DI1NER. Its Many Trials Ended Happily for AllU onoerned. OP'S coming home and there's a man with him!" " Goodness I" I cry, "there never was such . a man, never; pany home on wash days, he never fails." I snatch off the wet apron,  twist up my hair, that so persistently will be untidy, owing to the crinkle in it, and with cheeks rouged by heat and suds to an alarming degree, go out in the sit ting-room to meet father and his "''man," as foretold by little Jennie who is peeping in at this very instant through the hall door, making an oc casional grimace at me. Father, in his usual enthusiastic way, is entertaining the said "man" with one of his never-ending tales on his fa vorite hobby (we all have hobbies, you know, so I won't particularize), but he does pause long enough to s...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 February 1893

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERL SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. . , - - - - - D. j. MOItRGAN, Editor. ..ITEE N. TURNER, Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTI(h : "2- 0 PER TYEAR. Saturjay, Febru ;:ry 11, 1893 "- .. . . . _: -_:Z_ .. . .. Governor Hlogg is said to be pig headed. The lHawaiians want to be sand wiched on to the United States. The Blaine estate is estimated at I $800,000.r Mrs. Blaine is sole ex- 4 ecutor. The First National Bank of Little Rock, Ark., collapsed last week with a heavy thu!. Charley Mitchell, the pugilist, was released from prison on the let inst., t and will leave England at once and come to America to stay. The shortage in cotton receipts up to the close of last week At Natchez, Miss., in. comparison with the pre vious crop was 7,997 bales. A bill has been iutroducei in the United States Senate, making it un lawful to fish in the Mississippi river during the months of March, Apr i! and May. General Clark on says that Harri- t son's appointment of J...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 February 1893

M8trday7 - Pebruary 11, 1893. T. F. Montgomery, C ivi. Enineer aEd Parish Surveyor. Is now prepared to run line,.locate lan:ds, Sa.d corners. lurnush full description ofiloca tions. timber e.. ano iake i,lats ot surveys run levels for put nle, of dhrainagre wit hi pro files. make estimates of embankments, ditches.brtang building and public works of ai deseriotions. Dr. R. WV. SEAY, Practitioner of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics Office and resldence on Alpha plantation Bunch's Bend. P. O.. Brunette La. W. E. LONG, Physician and Surgeon. Ofce on Lake street, S"Will practice in all the branches of his Profession. Calls answered promptly day and night. W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Physician. (Obstetrics a specialty ) Will respond to all calls, day ornitgh Office at Bernard drug store. Rtesidence next to Methodist Church Panyment for medical services must be made att the close of each mouth positively, ROBT. WHETSTONE. Councellor and Attorney at Law, Rayville. La. Will practice i...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 February 1893

CLOTHES OF THE DAY, SLrrnr boys wear kilt suits of colored teloth. BAILos suits are worn by girls of all ages. They are invaluable as school and play costumes. A rar coat is cut loose, belted in at the waist and has enormous puffed sleeves with narrow cuffs. GrarL' street coats are braided and finished with one or more capes, three or four not being unusuaL A DREes of striped material is so cut that the wearer has the appearance of :being diagonally bound up with nar row tape. It is scarcely pretty and not at all graceful. As outgrown dress for a girl may be 'refitted by taking out the sleeves, lengthening the skirt with a band of velvet, adding a jacket of velvet or other suitable material, and a belt or half corselet either of leather or goods. Bo.sror-"I will take you down to mr" own tailor: 1 know you oan trust him. Hubbard-"That's not it. What I want is to And some one who will trust me."-Inter Ocean. "SuPross I gave you five rabbits and then another rabbit-how many rabbits wo...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 February 1893

4.I VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1893. NO. 35. PUT IN HER PLACE. NOW a Wife Taught Her Husband a Needed Leeson. Mrs. Delameter sat in her bay win dow sewing. She was thinking as well as sewing-thinking-of something that had happened in the morning. If any living soul had dared insinuate to Mrs Delameter that her husband was capable of a meanness she would have arisen in her wrath and hurled indignation at the offending insinuator. And yet there had been times in the course of tleir year of married life wheashe had almost admitted as much to herself in her inmost heart, though she had always hastened to assure her self that he "didn't intend it," and was "only thoughtless" The trouble lay in a nutshell: there was only one pocketbook in the Dela meter family, and its abiding place was Mr. Delameter's pocket. To a woman who had supported herself, single handed and alone, for several years previous to marriage, it seemed un bearably humilia...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 February 1893

THE - BANER-iEMIOCRAT, ----- -- - - I- PUBLISIlED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. S___ ___ 'C D. L. MORGAN, Editor. ti JAMES N. TURNER, I Publisher and Proprietor. g -- -~~------ --.- _ _ u RUBSCRTPTION: $2100 PER YEAP.. e _ _ - /tl Sixtarday. February 18, 183 : p There ar,, 6.U)00 women keeping P postoleice in the Uni,,id States. q AMr. IIarlison will make a spring w 'iove two wee!s from to-day, when i it will-be ygood-I 'e lien. i Hatch's anti otion !:ill has a fol- t' lowing of 180 membtr- : 167 is a ma-! d: jol ity of the whole 1 ouse. to Judge William lindsey was reg ularly elected U. S. Senator at Frankfort, Ky-, on Tuesday last to succeed John G. Carlisle. Col. Robt. G. Ingersoll, better ht known as 'Bob Ingersoll the atheist,' m jectured on the life of Abraham Lin- o0 clu in New York on Sunday last. fic The electoral vote was counted in at joint se.sion of both Houses last week with the following result: 't Cleveland 277, Harrison 145, Wea- th ver 22. th Sto The State...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 February 1893

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, - February 18, 1893. tii the T. F. Montgomery, Civil Egineer aud . ht Parish Surveyor. is now prepared to run lines. locate lands, an Ind corners. turnish full description of loca tions, timber &c.. and make plate of surveys wi run levels fer pin noses of drainage with pro- to files, make estimates of embankments, ditches.briage building and public works ra of all deseriptions. Dr. R. W. SEAY, do sa" Practitioner of Medi'Ine, Surgery and Obstetrics Office ,rd residence on Alpha plantation Bunch's Bend. W P. O.. Brunette La. W. E. LONG, Phylsician and Surgeon. nA Ottice on Lake street, Bi ig'-Wll practice in all the branches as of his Profession. Calls answered gc promptly day and night. W. D. SELL, fo Surgeon and Practicing Physicarst.. (Obstetrics a specialty ) Will respond to all calls. day or night. Office at Bernard drug store. Residence ri next to Methodist Church Ptnymnnt for medical services must I)e iutle a:t the close of each mouth sC posi...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 February 1893

ud * i wao to psevnt whb * "I s3r. Muldoon. "is to pat s -to it before it happens."-Tex " Taosa--"What is a synonym?" Boy-"It's a word you can use in place ft another when you don't know how Ito spell the other one."-The Million. Ix IN a Nah Fuorvx.-Old FriPE .And so both of your chlldrea are studying profemsions?" Iotes-"'ee my daughter is in a polytechnic college studying mechanical en aering and y son is in Paris lea dreessma ing."-N. Y. Weekly. dItUe fow of Fairshses, Vt. "When my daughter Kitty was about three years old, Eczema or Salt Rheum appeared ca her face. It itohed so badly she would Scratch till it Bled We had seven or eight doctors, without the least shadow of beneit. When Kitty had takewrhalf a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla She was better, anad when she had taken 1~4 bottles she was perfectly cured and has shows No Sign of Salt Rheum For almost four years. Her skin is now as fab and clear as any child's in town." Wx. Fox. Williams Slate Mantel Works, Fair Haven, V...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 February 1893

VOLUME FEBU.R LA, PROENE "S C PAR '1...LAI LA., SATURDAY, F , SVLM LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARI~fl, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY~ 25, 1895li~I HAL-*WAY. 'lbs years thI stealIr youth away Come drifting on-oome drifting on, Idhe snowflakes that endure a day Ana thes are gone. Upre the hearth is biasing bright La eas ire--I sit and dream, Ada think how far into the night Aa storm its ruddy glow doth stream. Lad then, within my heart, to-sight MI dame of youth fares up ones more, To shed a gleam of tflickering light Through ali the dark that lies before Acd all the lost come back ones more Ad all the dead things live again, And Sootsteps ocho on the floor And facs press aganlast the pane. And now I try so hard to eaten A whisper from the forms that pass, To touch the hand that lifts the latch The lips that tremble on the glass. And seek to check the rising tears For sweet dead Joys and loved ones gone, For memories that like the years Come drifting on-come drifting on. My fire burns l...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 February 1893

PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY AT ta uLaK i'OVIDENCZ. LA. du mE ----- - ; . " me N. L. MOROAN, Editor. of JAMNaS N. TUIxtNfl, an Publisher and Proprietor. th VBSCUTPT1O : $ 00 PER YEAR. is Saturday, February 25. 1803 to thb th Typhus fever prevails in the city of to Mexico to such an extent as to be to pronounced a plague. re, A vein of anthracite coal has been fr found on Long Island, N. Y., in the neighborhood of Brookfield. er The Connolly and Carmack journ- to aListic difficulty in Me.mphis was mi quietly Pickett-ed out by a Scimitar. w No more prize fighting will be P' allowed in Dallas, Texas. The Lone Star State is getting a big moral to move on. be The army of Republican politicians cu have been reduced to a small body th of skirmishers here and there, in sep- hi arate localities. cc The Kansas District Court has decided in favor of the Republican di House, and the Populists have taken di an appeal.. ci There is a race war on between the d, white and black longshoremen in the empl...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 February 1893

RM _ " tnU lW . -otd Tim Sand iteaners. turumh full destription ofloes' tle.timber Ae.. and Make plasts of surveys TaeS ran loeve for pm ntitoseofdrainte with pro- out ae, mbO estilaetse of embankments, dteb.briage buildinag and pblice works tran 1all deserivttoa We Dr. R. W. 3EAY, i Prsetitboner of aliou edtlolne, Surgery and Obstetrics A One and resdeuan on Alpha plantaton weal Bunch's Bend. P. 0.. Brounette La. Ft ve W. 3. LONGe , cot Physician and SIurgeon. of il Office on Lake street, 'Vil S' Will practice in all the brouches g of his l'rofession. Calls answered a we promptly day and night. W. D. BELL, T Surgeon and Practicing Phyaesici. hIt (Obstetrics a specialty ) ca Will respond to all calls, day or night. vie Ofce at Bernard drug store. tesidence next to Methodist Church ltn Paymenrt for medicl services must pric be made at the close of each mouth positively, a RODT. WIITSTONE. "a Councelior and Attorney at Law, yville. . . . La. Will ractice n the parishes oMforehouse...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 February 1893

Sdns oir Osl, Cr or tTsmta, t e LocAons.COUr. sara J. Cuarsu makes th tht be s the senior parmS erof the rm .f. aJ & Co., doing business in the City of .nledo, County and State aforesaid sad that satd iar m1wi pay the sum of oxa nxnDa DnoL tas ftor each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be oured by the use of HAu.L' Catamn Cones TFxx J. Cmassr. 8worn to before me and subscribed in my Oeseaee, this 6th day of December, A.D.18ti !A. W. GL5Asoi iell's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur fsoes of the system. Seod for testimonials, free. F. J. CasxEr & Co.. Toledo, -PSold by Druggists, 75o. Tar best idea of a Sabbath-day's Journey Is obtained when one tries to run through a Sunday newspaper.-Lowell Courter. A Mother's Story "When my boy was 2S years of age, a fall brought on hip disease, which gradually grew worse until, when he was 6, he could not walk, and we had him treated 9 months at the Children's Hospital in Boston. But when h...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 March 1893

.s 3< mannua me -, ._UME~. - LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1893. NO. 37. " SUNETS. uA bafe of ewsd t rain, it ustw the 8oom was thlokest ts se shoes oeth agals Ut.with a blase of glory 'The seok of the seething waves; * ll like an nglers bleing OR the desolate eourek-yard graves; Ga ve heart o hope to the asher Wearily faring home: S Brightened the brow of the good wife Wathing till be should come. , Adt the words of the Holy Scrtpture Were borne to my soul again \As I thought of the wonderful gladness Otsunshine after rain; And thought that ever the Master, Asooce in Galilee, Sis ready to calim the tumult Of storm on landor sea. And yet when the gloom is thickest, And the day is almost done. He mnads us cheer and courage In the glesm of the setting sun. --arper's Blaar. REAL DOGS OF WAR. Four-Footed Soldiers Enlisted in European Armies. They Are Trained to Perform Valasble servier e- Employed as Dispateh Bearers and in the Hospital Corps-A Polie...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 March 1893

OGRA PtiUBL5 "D EVERY sTrTUPDAY AT LAKE PROVIDeNCL. LA. fl. L. MORGAN, Editor. JAMI'.S N. TUItNEPTt, Pablish»r and Proprietor. aUBSCRTPTION : 82 00 PER TEAR. Sniurdlay, - Mach 1893 Vi-kshurg i; to have a furniture factory very soon with a capital of $100,c00. Hatch of Missouri, with his anti option bill, has l.e.n completely sat down on in ('ongress. There will be no action taken on the Hlawaian treaty in the U. S. Senate this session. Geo. 11. Walsh, spe-aker of the House in South Dakott, has gone over to the D)emocracy. Pious Johnny Wanny is said to have dropped abou-i+00,00 in the Reading railro:al collapse. Major Ethelbert Barksdal2 aft.'r 40 years of political and journalistic life died worth about $15,000. The pneumatic lpo-Lal tube is being used in Philadelhia for the quick delivering of the mails. A bill has passed authe'ri'ing the construction of a bridgc ,wruoss the Arkansas river at Little Rock. l'ie.idnt IHarrison closed his term of nolice with a series of unjustifi able...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 March 1893

T.. F. AMontgomery, COuI pimisr and Parish Surrayor, te noW prepared to rum lines. locate landa Sed corners, furnish full description oflocae tions. timbrr&e.. and mlak plats of surveyv Srun levels fr pmnoes of drainage with pro. dies, make eslimatet of enmba'nkmeits, ditches, brlage building and public works ofall deseerttlons. Dr. R. nT. SEAY, Practitioner of ifedintne, Surgery and Obstetrics Omce and reeldence on Alpha plantation nunch's Bend. P. 0.. Brii'r:te La. W. E. LONG, Phyescian and burgeonu. Ofhce on Lake street, igWill practice in all the branches of his Profession. Calls answered promptly day and night. W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Physiciar. , (Obstetrtic a specialty) Will respond to all calls, day orniglit. Office at Bernard drug store. Itesidence next to Methodist Church Payment for medtical services must be made at the close of each month positively, ROBT. WHETSTONE. Councellor and Attorney at Law, Rayville. La. Will practice in the parishes oflforchouse. ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 March 1893

Feed ade de Sick L "Fast I had palas a my back sad cheat, then htnt feelag at the stomach, and when I would est, the frst taste would make me deathly sick. Of course I ran down rapidly, and lost 25 pounds. My wife and family were much alarmed and I expected my stay on earth would be short. But a friend R advised me to take tion Hood's Sarsaprills and Bib soon my appetite came C, C. Aber. in t back, I ate heartily with' out distress, gained two pounds a week. I took * bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and never felt Hood's m Cures better in my life. To-day I am cured and I give to Hood's Sarsaparills the whole praise of it." nor C. C. ABsa, grocer, Cnisteo, N. Y.all MOOPD' PILLS cure Nausea. Sick Headache. Indligetion. Billousnese. Sold by all druggists. of fiole Te Sbirn pat and is a mel tha the the mo to the CIt1.Easi An COUCHS, COLDS, st tas INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION. t COT LOUIS COOK. New ORLIAxa, says: "It gives 'ae great pleasure tobe able to say that Locock's Tb Cough tlixir is the b...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 March 1893

il. inili ii/1· 1 ams imlimlim lammelni iiilil l llll i HitlE i amli-  . *., SV.. LES MARCH 11. . VOLME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH , 1893. N. 38. HOW PINK WENT HOME. T tra The Return Was Not What His he Folks Had Hoped For. lea t' e an INK was not aj called so be- Fa / cause he was t' Spretty. I have ch heard of people Swho were pret hi ty as pinks, but Pink Dyer was m: not one of th thse. It was go his hair, most wi Hli kely. That jo 'and his eye brows were of that peculiarly mi brilliant yet to undecided shade or ot red which do cannot be described by any other word as .(of sufficient brevity) than "pink"; so gc "Pink" he was called, and so remained w to the end of the chapter. I irst met him on a Union Pacific e train going west. He was full of faith and hope and charity then. The way I came to notice him first hi was throungh his asking me, at the d, Omaha station, a question concerning the time the train was due to leave. as He was so homely,...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 March 1893

m D. I. MORGAN. Editor. at J.XM ES N. TURNER, a Publisher and Proprietor. a UlBAgCRIPTtIO: 9200 PER TEAlR. Baturday - March 11. - 1893 pi _ _ -- - -01- President Cleveland once more. If Pope Leo was 83 years old on the second instnnt. -hi Columbus, Miss., has not a single i it whisky shop within its limits. at The Clevelar.nd procession marched to the front grandly tb;is month. Tile present population of the world is put down at 1.480,000,000. 11 The white caps were abroad in Pike county, Miss., last week out- d ragir.g several persona. An expedition is reported to be b organizing rear Key West, Florida to liberate C:.ba from its Spamish ' yoke. The London (England) papers are h almost unanimous in declaring Grover d Cleveland America's ablest states- P man. The New York mungwumps and anti-snappers were noted for their au absence from Washington on inaug ural day. The Colored Baptist College at Little Rock, Arkansas, was entirely g destroyed by fire last week. Several 0 lives were l...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 March 1893

* Ser' S u ts n. half pa At t es at I e 7 o'clo At I swe* p ttor litasa.lseatefatnde, o'clocl ed4 eoers, i ftil description o"flen tOt.a lu,5ip estit e8t is Sdtehes.t,rts baildltg and public works Our Nat ;f .rfesi. E sw r own ,Praetltionyr of tel eeorIh, v ti'y d ac Obstetrica going Sotyan oAlpha plantation Cit Rnneb's &end. Cit O..u, tnette IA6 Iory .:~ ir t' re n t , W". E. LONG, in Ci i ihy-iician and burgeon. S : jOfliet on L4ke street. ed 1X I practice in all the brarehes d fl of tis Profession. Calls answered o 2000 ,promptly day and Alight. and I .- (lit W . D. BE L., nigL t Surgeon and Practicing Physician. He (Obstetrics Fa p ecisalty) 20,00 Wills respond to al calls, day ornlht Ilun Ofce at liersard drug store. stealdence next to Methodist Church r laudi Peymenl for msedkial services must TI be.. sie at the close of each month tmm posit oiely. ROT. tWE3TSTO" . mte Councel!or and Attoruny at Law, . ayvr lve. La. Will practice In the parishes olMorenhnbse. Cv Panhi...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 March 1893

The riL Left ase a terribly weak my ealt itearly wreked. My appetite was all gems, I bad no strength, Mettlredla t e ms.e, bad dmsreeabte roaring anises in my bead, like a waterfall I also had severe haheades and severe elakhl pala la my stomach. Having heard so much about Hood's Sarapaerlla, I soeluded to try i All the disagreeable effects Oeo. W. Cook. of the Grip are gone, I am free from pailm and aches, and believe Hooa's Sarsaparilla is sure y oeuring my Hood's "": Cures eatarr I recommend it to all" Gao. W Coo. St. Johnsbury, Vt. HoosD* PILLS eare Oonstlpatloa by restoring as pert.talte action of the alimentary canal. Five ` I ,ýn0 year s gg I found one of your Piso's Care for Consumption wrappers when I was going to work. I had a boy at home with a bad cold. I turned back, par chased a bottle of the syrup, and returned to work at 9 o'clock, well satisfied with the change I had seen take place. Since that time, my home has never been without Piso's Care. I have rec ommended it...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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