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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 9 June 1905

PURITY FLOUR Special Brand of the Hutsonvilie Roller Mills The best Sour, Our Purity Brand, made from selected winter wheat. FLOUR We also i 1 MEAL. a general FEED GRINDING BUSINESS. Soliciting your patronage, ROf LL & SON. 9m JMiPp7MM 'M4MKW4fe(lltMN THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. TOM S. APGAR. Liliter and Pmprietor. Phono SO. FRIDAY, JUNE 1), 1M(:. OUR CORRESPONDENTS Hi .-it the potfuffli 'I elllSH IllllttCl'. 0 ill lltilon 1 1 It- a we Adra Hon. miy papa tiling r; loo, 11.00 per yesr i. : tin co month,, pnbllihod every los made known Quiver Lane. James Cox went last week to Vandalit Intl., to see his son, Kelsii Thomas Lindiey hns gone to visit his daughter, Mrs. Joe Willard in Efflnghttut county. A new school liouso wns voted in the Newlin dtstriot 10 to 9. The cob Saturday by n vote of is not. to exceed $i(IO The Woman's Mlssionury Society met Local News Items. ;? and 4-e Calico at W. T. Albert; is painting for Ainiin near ttig Springs. Scott Smith ii ml Win. Rices o...

Publication Title: Hudsonville Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 16 June 1905

The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFOKD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 10Or NUMBER f ,y iM ii "i if A.JKHHVI 1 .... A Talk About HARVEST Owing to tlie verj' large harvest now at hand we have tried to make ample provision to furnish you supplies in this line promptly. We have Binders. Mowers and Bulkv Ilav Rakes in different sizes just as good as there are on the market, and buying them in large lots we are enabled to supply them at a saving in priee to you over the general way that machines are sold. We have solh oyer 5,000 pounds of Binder Twine this season, and attribute our large sales to the fact that people appreciate the good quality of twine which we have. We are paying special attention to furnishing repairs of all kinds for Binders and Mowers we carry a large stock on hand for all standard makes. Also in our harness shop we do all kinds of repair work on canvases. If you appreciate having a good oil for your machine try our Extra No. 1 Castor Machi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 16 June 1905

THE HERALD. m ik KOFI i Mia HVTSONVIl.LE, : ILLINOIS. Russia ml :hi bars ion bettor if h kid intrusts I her tmvy to dipt. "Cbsj Hi" Parr, of the )nrht Atlnntle. As curious etton of the war. thai China Review notes, sharks have migrated from tile fur East to Kuropnan aters, having hern frtfhtensd, R la thought, by subrasrlM asp)oaloaa A clock thnt will run for "n.nno Teau without winding Is the latest Use to whlrh that wonderful aubatanre, radium, has been applied. The Instruments are hflng sold at 16" each. Tha municipal lahoratory of Parlt fas been examining tha exper'wienta Blade by IV Vagal who has manufaotttrid a very aureulent eheese from the small Chinese beans known SJ "soy beans," Twsnty thousand frogs a year tra us- I rr dissection and experimental purposes In the University of Pennsylvania medical laboratories. Both medical and dental classes view tin experiments. Py breeding and feeding his Ihwla In a special wny. a chemist In Wiesbaden. Germany, has been able so lo Incre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 16 June 1905

'I N71' rem BUILDING IDEAL DAIRY BARN Indiana Farmer Tells of Hi New Combination Dairy BarnBelieves It Best. My new combination dairy barn itdesigned along linos calculated to make it an Ideal structure of lis kind It, is 50x70 foot with corner ponta 22 feel high. 1 had an old barn with 12 fort corner poati, but times have Changed. What used to bo considered n high barn Is now too low. says G. P. Newsom, of .Marlon county, Ind., in the Orange Judd Farmer. We ran a 12-foot drive about 19 feel from the north end of the burn. Cow malls are placed south of this drive as Indicated by tho drawing on page 470. Tho stalls aro 12x3ms feet each, with a concrete gutter 6x18 feet running just behind the cows about 4 feet from I ho cement feed troughs at one THE FEEDING QUESTION. Verse Paragraphs with Food for Fowl as Theme Farm Paper's Experiment. ) ..... g t J ! grgBEffitTElSia PLAN OP DAIRY BARN. end of the row of stalls and i feet at the other. Our feed troughs foi cows are so low I he anima...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 16 June 1905

1 iiiYir a.'f aris Special Brand of the Htitsonville Boiler Mills The best Hour, Our Purity Brand, made from selected winter wheat. FLOUR and MEAL. We also iln it general FEED GRINDING BUSINESS. Soliciting your patronage, BO VI J, & SON. I THE HERALD, HUT8NVILLB, Dili. frank KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phono 30. PKIDAY. JUNH 1J, 11105. Rntorwl M tin pottotti c nt niitM.nviUe, in liiiMorlvtlon prlM. $1.00 por jtear, inmi mice ; -i uimittix, (Mi el. ; Ulii-o month. SO ctK A wci-kly pftptr pflblllbtft tfvi-i y Fiiilay. A(verlUtni nmtit known on nppUot Hon Local News Items. j OUR CORRESPONDENTS j CONCRETE HOLLOW BUILDING BL05KS When mndt ment. Clen Cured Properly of River Gravel Water, Tamped ansa J in the 'ortlaud CeMouhl and Art Almost as Lasting as Time. ee my system of manufacture. S. D. NEWLIN. Htitsonville, Illinois. SOME REAL BARGAINS OFFERED very n wear. 3vcst Wo and latest offerings in hats for summer gave you One Half on everything purchased durinp this sale Ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 23 June 1905

V The TxXJTSONV VOLUME FOURTEEN JIUTHOXVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, tUNE T.t, !!" UMBER :'! MITCHELLScLEWISCO. RACINE WIS. xxftrscsxtrKS . r xjeKESXS .tsar jt.t jrsnr.T.'r .TrrfWiacM Lace Curtain I SATURDAY, JUNE 24 $1.25 Laeo Curtains, only 1.50 M " 1 75 " 2.00 " " 4 Wagons and Team Harness Wo call your especial attention to our large line of Brown and Mitchell wagons, all the best sizes and styles. For real points of merit you will find that there is not a wagon ou the market that will excel these. Our own make of Team Harness, we know what they are, and we warrant each and every part to be well made from good material. Come in and see for yourself. McNutt & Musgrave Brothers. SAY We hnye sold two car loads of buggies tl car load this year. us year, am in tine to sell another SESESSJSSPESH r Money! Money! We arc all Toiling for it. Almost every day we arc reoelving Now Qoodl imd WW Save vciu Money n every Purchase. Our new lino of Work ami Dross Shoe tor M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 23 June 1905

THE HERALD. FRANK kOPTA. Editor and Publisher. HVTSOXVILLE. ILLINOIS. THE QUIET HOUSE. Oh, mothers, worn aud weary With cares that nver cease, With never time fof pleasure. With dars that have no peace; With little hands to hinder, And feeble steps to guard. With tasks that lie unfinished, Deem not your lot too hard. I know a house where playthings Are hidden out of eight; No sound of childish footsteps Is heard from morn till night; No tiny hands to litter, That pull things all awry; No baby hurt to pity A the QttM Ia)'B tt by. And she, the sad-eyed mother What would she give to-day To feel y.mr cares and burdens, To walk your weary way? Ah! h.-jpnr she, yen blessed, Could she again but see The room all strewu with playthings, And the children round her knee! Montreal Witness. j MIRANDA'S WHIMS. nT was afternoon on one of the last few hot days of summer. Through the open windows enine glimpses of greenwood bespeaking a dellelous coolness and the ripple of brooks, but In the school ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 23 June 1905

SPEAKER REED'S FRIENDS. The Manner in Which ne of Them Wu Had OOBfMMBMD B. 11. Cousins, of Iowa, wu tat lata ipaakw "Tom" Heed's most constant cumpuulou In Was) ni for tight ur ti'ii yours bttrore the "otar" retired In dlifuit tram public Ufa, When Mr. Oonaina cut rwl Congress, Mr. Itml whs at the zenith of his power. Benjamin Karri eon era pree blent, and Reed, backed hy a powerful cabal of house leaders, was eaer to lead a revolt against Harrison'; renomination with tbe Intention of tc rnrliiK I ho honor himself. Hut Mr. Seed was too proud to admit even to his most OttthaalaetlG supporters that lip hail h yearulng for the presidency. Cousins, being then young and gawky, atood In awe of Heed, llloUKil baring groat admlratbin for him. Heed en Joyed nothing more than to add to the misery of green young members by making observations calculated to embarrass thorn. One day Cousins entered the room of hotel In which Heed was the center of a group of House leaders. The lOWtn has a nervou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 23 June 1905

js? ; j he HERALD, Correspondence. II mm PURITY FLOl Special Brand of the a ,rt onvnia Hosier i The beet flour Oor Purity Brand, made frotn selected winter wheat. Fl Ol lt and MEAL. We also do a general FEED GRINDING BUSINESS Soliciting your patronage, HUTSONVILliE, ILL. i rank kopia, Editor nd Proprietor. Phono 30. KK1HAY. JUNE 23, IB05. at tho postclllce at Uut.onvflle, 111., )1sh matter. J Bubser lotion price, fl 00 per yesr, in auvsnoe ; ix months, no cts. ; thro? months. 80 ftA vvn IJy pSDOr published cvoiy Ft idny. AdvorttllBg rate DlSUs kmum on applies Local News Items. Quaker Lane. Wheat harvest is tinder good bead' way. Ilavan Kvnns' child has whooping cough. The "ml well" drilling on H. D. Athey'a place has been resumed. The "good shower" desired in our Inst correspondence, arrived Tuesday. The following of this place were n ar Freenup, 111-, Saturday and Sunday holdinK a meeting ! Mrs. Mary J. and Mattie, Miss (Jlive E., Pcrlcy D. and Rev, Cyras Ouyer. Good Calico 4e at N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 30 June 1905

The Hutsonville VOLUME FOURTEEN' HUTSONVILLE, CUAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1005 m mis i i, :i5 Something New in a Steel Range The New "Garland Malleable Steel Range" is the latest production of the Garland Stove Company. This Company builds nothing but the very best that skilled labor and the best material can produce, and in this Range we take pride in saying that there is not a range built that will in any way excel this one. The price is $55.00, and we are sure that it is good value for the pried asked. We have other good steel ranges; some as low priced as $24 for a range with a high closet and reservoir. We have No. 8 Cook Stoves ranging in price from $13 to $20. Good values in every one. Just the thins: for Hot Weather. They are Cool Unin.k I i, and Very Clean. Don't foitfet ua if you want a Gasoline Stove. We have the best makes. McNutt i Musgrave Brothers, THE STOVE DEALERS. Money! Money! We arc all Toiling for it. Almost every day we are receiving New Goods a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 30 June 1905

THE HERALD. HUNK KOPTA, Editor and Publisher. in raoNviLLBi ILLINOIS. STRANDED IN AFRICA. SOUTH DAKOTA FARMERS RAI8E MONEY FOR RETURN. Long for 014 Home. After Following a Kultte Prophet to Other Side of World Heavy Kaiu Check Htg Fire in Clereluml. It Wat r.veutly annuiimed tliiit n party ol S.'iitli Dfctett uMiple who iHft full le(t Cor S.-utli Africa in obedttlUSf to inktructlotitt allotted to have Immmi received dirtvt froa the Lord wrt strati. lod in th.it fnr-nflf land and would return t S.Hith DtkOtM when provided with funds to cover the COM of the journey. Information lis now leen Motived tlittt a number of the victim of a false prophet have seeured the in, essary fundi and already have r miun-uivd r lie long journey to their former linine in this country. They lefr for South Africa ns the result of an alleged revelation made ti a self-sty led propfett named HendrickMHh Who 'Ic lared the Lord had informed liim that if the memhers of tlie party would start f r Booth Africa on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 30 June 1905

REVOLT IN RUSSIA WARSAW AND LODZ UNDER RULE OF "RED TERROR. " 111 I.v Hint in llio Streets of Two Cities Ten Regiments of Trooiin Hattie with Blity Thoutinnd StrikersMiiny Women ui:d Children Shot. Buiile nunln seems at the beginning tof a revolution, Poland Is n flame with excitement anil tlie workingmen in all South Russia are In i ferment The Car' government is In as great uanIger at homo ns Is Ills army In Manchuria. The Jew! and the Gentile peasants are making common cause ggtlnit the government. The story of ithe Lodz massacre is filled with details of unipe&kftble cruelty manlfcstieu by the Cossacks. Old and young, 'men, women and children were shot down like dogs, I The present trouble began Tuesday after the funeral of the victims of the conflict between troops and terrorists 1 lie previous Sunday. The Christians were permitted to bury their dead, but ithe Jews were prohibited from doing ISO, ami the police secretly Interred the bodies of the Jews at night, whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 30 June 1905

THE HERALD, PURITY FLOUR Special Brand of the Hutsonville Roller Mills Tlif best flour, Our Purity Brand, made from selected winter wheat. FLOUR and MEAL. Wo also do a general FEED GRINDING BUSINESS. Soliciting your patronage, BOi :ll & SON. I 1 IHflt1 HUTSONVILLE. ILL. FRANK Mil' I Editor and Proprietor. Phone :$(. FRIDAY, JUNE HO, 1905. CONCRETE HOLLOW BUILDING BLOCKS When made of River Grnvel, Medusa Portland Cement, Clean Water, Tamped well in the Mould and Cured Properly Are Almost as Lasting as Time. fflTSee my system of manufacture. S. D. N EWL I N . Hntsonvilie, Illinois. Entered lit the poetoffloe at HuftiMTUle. Hi., nit teeond I'lufD RMkttr gtiUieriptlOO pint-, $1.00 per year, m advance; i ntoutlu, otti ; three monthii w ott a weekly pRipevpnbUrtiod overj Friday. Advertising rut oh mnde known on Appliotlion i Local News Hems. Fruit Cans and Jelly Glasses at Newlins.' J. T. Shore thin week received a new clover holier. Grain ilnnips nnd Male are being put in at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 7 July 1905

The Hutsonvi VOLUME FOURTEEN i LLE ML 1 , HE RALD. IIUTSONVILLK, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 190S NU 31 HICK 6 FOR YOUR Water We will furnish yon at the lowest prices the following supplies, which cnnbe depended on as being the best that the market affords Supply mi : 4 ! Sampson Windmills Towers. and Myers Pumps all styles Chain Cistern Pumps. Water Elevator Pumps. House and tank Force Pumps Well Points Pipe and Well Supplies Kitchen Sinks Bath Tubs Eave Gutter. Heavy Galvanized Steel Tanks and Troughs made here of the best material. Wo are glad of the chance to furnish you estimates and show von how well we can suddIv your wants in these Toods. Come in and let us demonstrate their qualities. If you want to see the greatest engine ever built for home use let us show vou the Taok-of-All-Trades. It works Mi& lluipe Brothers. Money! Money! We arc all Toiling for it. Almost every day wo arc, receiving Now Goods and will Save you Money on every Purchase. Our u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 7 July 1905

THE HERALD. FRANK KOPTA. Editor and Publithcr. HUTSONVILLB, NEW HEAD FOB NAVY. ENGINEER WALLACE RE3IQN3, Chief of the INutamii Cunal Construction PorcoQvtta Hi Job. John F. Wallace, chief engineer of the Panama canal and member of the com ILLINOIS. I mission, tins resigned both of these po ithms to accept it 90000 "Mice with New York corpo- CHARLES J. BONAPARTE TAKES CABINET POSITION. Paul Morton Turns Over Portfolio to Ilia BvcCftMOr Fire Cuined by Escaping Qu Th res tool Destruction of Notre luine 1 1 ni trill y Building. Tmul MortOU has nUnqtltohtj his duties of Secretary of the Navy. Saturday morning Charles J. Bonaparte of Hnltlinore tiHik the oath of office as Mr. Morton's ittCCtttOf and assumed tlie duties devolving upon the civilian head of the nary. Mr. UortM Spent the day Friday at the Nuv.v Department. In the after noon Mr. Bonaparts culled upon him and met the chiefs .f the bureaus, who had MuntbteJ in the Secretary's office, Mr. Morton told Mr. Bonaparte that he would t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 7 July 1905

Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound la a positive cure for oil thoM painful ailment of women. It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Coraplaints, all Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration. Falling and Displacements of tlio Womb and consequent Spinal Weakness, and Is peon larly adapted to the Change of 2jf. Every time it will cure Backache It has cured more cases of T.oiicorfhoon than any other remedy the world has ever known. It is nlmost infallible in such cases. It dissolves and expels Tuino:s from the U tenia in uu early tii;:' of development. That Qoarlng-down Fooling, causing' pain, weight and headache, is Instantly relieved and permanently cured by its use. Under all eironin- Btanoes It uuts in harmony with the female system. It corrects Irregularity, Suppressed or 1'uinful Mennf runtlon, Weakness of the stomach, Indigestion, Bloattug, Flooding) Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debility. Also Dizziness, Falntno&s, Extreme Lassitude, " don't...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 7 July 1905

1 Brine: Your Wheat TO THE tsonvillo Boiler Mills Yon can get your flour, meal and feed any time you want it. (Trc Purity Flour. It's the Best. Soliciting you patronage, BOVJLIL & SOW. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLBi PRANK KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. Correspondence. FRIDAY, JULY L006. Entered at the poutofttoe at llutnonvillo, III., aa ocoml clflti mat tor. Suli-u'iiption price, M. 00 per yeur, in inlvaticy ; it x luontlii. 60 via.; three intuit tin, 80 oti A weekly Kiper puttUlu"l every Kii'luy. ilvtitl6ing rates made known on application . Local News Items. Frog Pond. J. J. Winner deliver sd hogs to Clint Nowlin lut Friday, Tlin piling Ims com monocd with a ! light yield hut n fair qi ality. Clare Walters is tin i possessor of a now buggy presented to htm hy his parents. John Henry nnd Frnnk East from below Palestine visitel at David Batnmn's Sunday. While hauling water for Oorrell Bros.' engine last Fridt y Lester Correll tell off the tank and b soke his left arm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 July 1905

TTTT ri ry HUTSONVILLE VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 1 I. 1005 NUBiiiEit :n 1 o Insure tiood II. Wholesome Food I M It must be cooked on a good stove or range and in cooking vessels that do not in any way change the intended ! flavor of the article cooked. If you are not supplied in 3 these we ask you to call and see our very large line oi' I JwiiiiiiiinaiMwiinnn jpS i( HaSaainp I ; in f.v-jMti i w sy , We have never before shown so largo a line of Steel i Ranges and Cook Stoves. We have extra good values to olfer on these. n w m w Our Delft Enamel Ware Is a pure, white, three-coated wan, very durable and is warranted to not scale off. 1 fitlyt I Lisk intiTfiisf Tinware I what price Clearance Sale. .I Wo haven't a great amoia of summer goods left, but Our Clearance Sole I li-C i . . . . . i we nave we are noma- tore can them out v nut tiny a 1 1 lilt . n i on them and start m next year with new lresh croons. We Will Make it Pay You. f on't Miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 July 1905

THE HERALD. FRANK kOPTA. Editor and Publisher. HI'TSHNV1M,K, ILLINOIS. OIL LAW INVALID. SALOONS BLOWN Vf, KANSAS REFORMERS DO FECTIVE WORK. EF- Three LiQQOf Stores in ITmllHH (itrict of tola Are Destroyed with lynamite Bsprecs Mfincngnri 111 I n Hone, lud., Sin. Trtamire. Three iskwui on Wet street, in thr hesrt ol the business section of loin, Kan., were wrecked bj dynamite. Heavy damage irna dona to other property in the vicinity, and the loss is estimated :it $100,000. J. B, Thorp, owner of one of the isloons, was Injured, hut not seriously. Tiie dynamite was exploded apparently by a temperance reformer. No arrests have been made, The wrecked aaloona were known as the "Bed Light," the "Blue Front and the "Eagle," There were two distinct explosions, each of territio force. Besides demolishing the saloons the Masts damaged the Palace shoe store and the drug store of Campbell ft Bnrrell ami Cowan A Auaherman, across the alley In the rear, and shattered dozens of plate glass windows ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 July 1905

TORTURING, DISFIGURING ntnora, Kczemni, Ttcblnj, Inflammations, Iluriihiira, HrulfliiiaT and Chaflnic Cured by eu Ileum. Tho agonising itching nnd bunting f th( skin, us in oczonm; the frightful on ling, us In psoriasis; the loan of hair and cruittng of the icalp, as in sou lied heud; the facts! dliflgaremente, us in pimples and ringworm; the iwftil suffering of Infants, nnd nnxlel.v of wornout parents, ai In milk emit, tetter and salt rheum all demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to IUCceS8 fully cope with them. That Cutleura Soap. Ointment and rills are sueh stands proven beyond all dOUbt by the testimony of the civilised world. There Is a ttfogrnph box on every itreet car. Write metwage, put n right number of stamps, drop in the box. Piso's Cure for Consumption promptly relieves my little 5-year old litter 01 croup. Miss L. A. lVaree, li'l Tilling Street, urooklyn, .V V., Oct. L', IWl, Creases between tho eyebrows induced by bad temper. Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham's Advice...

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