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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 April 1892

WXL LUTSSD :i *mts DURING TIIE rticql Cqiqpqigq, ■Subscribe Now. ft. T. Milnhu. Editor & Pkop. VOLjUME XXXIII enderson Ernes. =*= TtJE TIME; —:)o(:— Rates Sent on Aislici 'TOLEKANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." Subscription 91-60 Pbb Ykak. HENDERSON- RUSK COUNTY TEXAS. THURSDAY * APRIL 7. 1892- NUMBER 14 IN GOV. HOGG'S DEFENSE. & MAJ. FAULK SAYS HE HAS OBEYED HIS IN- STRUCTIONS. WHY PALESTINE SHOULD BE GRATEFUL- Cites Judge Clark's Inter- views Against the Com- mission in 1890. Palestine, Tex., March 28.— About 300 people, including a consid- erable sprinklo ot Hogg badges, as- sembled at tb"4opera house at 11 o'clock Saturday itf answer to a call ^by \p,n leaders of the Hogg club of tills city. A good many colored IJDtllut bt con ways of for the p emies t beeu con arch enei; mission • men were also present and listened attentively to the speech of Major J. J. Faulk, formerly of Athens, now of Austin. Major Faulk was dis- trict attorney here for four years and made a r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 April 1892

eekly Times H EN DEKSON .TEXAS Tiiubsiuv, APBIL 7 l8 2. ^FftESl] (^OGKlj[KS! ► Stock is large and complete. J handle everything first-class, I wxlll meet any honest competition - i want your trade! - I will do ray best to please you Goods delivered free and prompt. Send me your orders. New c;oods received daily. A fresh lot of lilank Bros, candy just received. n. l.Marwilsky, •*' rooer One no man Anything. "- PAUL. LOCA L N EWS. Handles Pure and Unadulterated Kentucky Whiskies, Wi-es and Alcoliol. Give nie a call j. [icl111 jvfs. The beat millinery at Mrs. Rag land's. goods are 1892-this year-1892 Bal will mako you the prettiest suit you ever wore. Cheno. No tic ell Artist's materials at W. A. AJirn,'. Fresh car flour to be sold at hard time prices for cash at Lem Stone's. Mr. W. J. Meredith is visiting San Antonio and Austin this weak. Go and take a friend to the lecture! Friday night, at the Y. M. C. A.! llall. Siiiloh Shavings. ,.r ... Editor Timks :—Our school under ." r£,t-;, r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 April 1892

Wee IlENDEKSON, T1CXA8. ^Thiiesday, April 7, 1892. jEntere I ;it the postotttce in Henderson ?hb, us secoudsclans mail matter. MILNE E - - EDITOR AN OUNCEMENTS Announcements in this Column are subject to to the action of the Democratic Party. For Ropiesentative, G. B TURNER. A. TALIAFERRO. Couunty Judge. T. E. ARMSTRONG. CI I AS. L. BKACHFIELD District Clerk. C. G. OSI3URN. JOHN II. YOUNG. For County Attorney. A. I). SPARK MAN. County Clerk. W. D. CRAIG. C. J. LIVSEV. M. B. PRU1TT. EMORY LLOYD. to qiu. tlie c i"~><L Tax Qollector. ■J."T. P1NKSTON. J AS. WHITFIELD. For Tax Assessor1, W. It. ClilM. R. M. MOON. G. \V. TI1TS. J. M. BEARD. F. D. TRUITT. E. A. TAYLOR. Vv. E. STRONG. TIM DEASON. \V. B. TURNER. A. M. SANDERS. T. 1'. BOSWORTH. W. II. WILLIAMS. E. B. SNELGROVE. J. II. LANGHORNE. JNO. H. Willi LEY, For Sheriff. R. E. IIOLT. J. P. 1IEAT1I. J. J. ALSTON. C. N. BERRY. J. II. BROWN. . ,T. T. McCORD. W. II. WRIGHT. II.GOODLETT. VIRGIL E. ROGERS. Jr County Treasurer. J. T.YORK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 April 1892

*1 Weekly Times HENDEKSOH, TEXAS. .Th •AY, Ai'iui. 7, 1N9± it the pnstoftlee in Ilcn«.U*i « • *' ' miKclaas mail matter. "ailTSE - - EDIT OS AN EPISODE OF 'OH. Ki,;!it tiuil f.iUcu on the banks of tho Ubipiiuloga a:id the tight waa over. It lu'.d boon hot and fierce while it lasted, ami the battered ivmnant of southern troops, though at last they bad been forced to flight, leaving one-third their force oti the field, had thinuud the num- ber.) of tboir conquerora. Though the smallest of tho episodes of a war whose issue settled the future of the American continent and affected the history of all mankind, tho battle had brought the pence of death to many a valiant heart, its bitterness to many a woman and child, who, yet unaware, were praying, safe in distant cities, for tho husbands and fa- thers whoso lips would never more meet theirs. Overhead, tho stars sparkled keenly in the frosty sky, but from the horizon a ridge of inky cloud spread up- ward to tho zenith, threatening not onl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 April 1892

VOLUME XXXIII \ t *2 WBM1 iiemekson SAID. HE EXPLAINS HIS SATUR- DAY NIGHT KB A ARKS AT AUSTIN. He Says He Was Not the Mouthpieee or Governor Hogg and Advancad His Own Theory Only—Political Notes. Urvax, Ter., April 12.—NotioiDj the various <! incurious ljy the pros* relative Lo Judg« Ilendirnon's fo- to cue appoint- ment oa Senator Chilton, the News correspondent called on Judge Hen- derson for his version of the matter and in reply to inquirios by the cor- respondent, the Judge said: "The report of Austin correspondent of The News, who is a worthy gentle- man and usually full and accurate, with reference to remarks made by me on the occasion at the Hogg and commission meeting at Austin, would appear to do Governor Hoeg and Judge Reagan as well as my self, an injustice. " The reporter after giving in part t.he language used by me intimates that I was the mouthpiece of the executive, whereas I stated exactly the contrary. I merely gave as my individual opinion, inasmuch as it was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 April 1892

Weekly Times HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thuksday, APRIL 21, 1892. EnteroJ at tfie postoftlcc in IIcodcrHou I'cxaa, its aecondsclugii mail matter. B. T. MILNE B • - BDITOB ANNOUNCEMENTS. * Announcements in this Column are subject to to the action of the Demooratio Party. For- Representative. U. 13 TUltNElt. G. W. BUKTON. A. TALIAFEItllO. Couunty Judge. S.J. 11ENDRICK. T. E. ARMSTRONG. CI I AS. L. BRACHFIELD District Clerk. C. G. OSBUIlN. JOHN II. YOUNG. .s N. TSl For County Attorney. II M MAYS A. IX SPARK MAN. County Clerk. ■■■ -r> t C.7. LIVSEY. M. B. PRUITT. EMORY LLOYD. Tax Collector. J. T. PINKSTON. J AS. WHITFIELD. For Tax Assessor. VV. li. ClilM. 11. M. MOON. G. W. TIPPS. J. M. BEARD. F. D. TRUITT. E. A. TAYLOR. TIM DEASON. VV. B. TURNER. W. E. STRONG. A. M. SANDERS. T. P. BOSWORTH. AV. II. WILLIAMS. E. B. SNELGROVE. J. II. LANGHORNE. JNO. H. WUFl LEY. r W AhR.^F - - Ali'ord ^ !)'•- L T Wt vt at those For Sheriff. R. E. HOLT. J. P. IIEATII. J. J. ALSTON. C. N. BERRY. J..II. BROWN. J....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 April 1892

\ / 1 w \ wekxly Times HE USX Art. Tiiubipay, Apkil 21, lBUii. KntereJ ut the posaoilico in Huuilun.uu r«X!is, iik HccondscliifcH mail matter. ii. X. MXLNStt - - SiDXTufl BIDING ALLIGATORS. A NATIVE WHO THINKS NOTHING OF P/iOUIt ri!.' A SAUniAN. awoi . .u 'im.i . . iii 111 l'lorldtt, All Y<> i II.-i.i l !"> I* t" Vault Lightly to th. Animal'* Himk, I'rt-m V ar TIiiiiiiIi* Ovii J!i .iyi'M am! Suy "O'lauif." !t' tho-undent writers and painturp wlio depicted iiioii on horseback as cell tam'H wore; now living what a liulil they would find in Florida for originating new forms of lifo, provided they fol lowed the idea devolopod in the produc- tion of the creature that was part man and part horse! Here, for instance, they could soo men riding huge saurians acroau a lake without either reins or sad- dle,.some coining from tho depths of the ocean mounted on gigantic turtles weighing as much as Clydesdale horses, and others straddling a jewfish, shark or ;•? ~ ' o, i' >>«inK Ui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 April 1892

:ly Times IfHSON .TKXA8 Apiul 21, 1892. 1 HI ll u H0( 'LE'S CHOICE NOT |)li CLARK. 'Art For iKY, THE BCSS GROCER. N L W ho kcIIh^Hiu frenh grocer lew at low priuesTNew goodw arriving daily at larye and neat- est grocery store in Henderson. —ue<'kivkd thi8 wekki-r- Keg pickles, dried apples, grits, prunes, all kinds of Whittaker meats, oanued goods, ami many other things, too numerous to mention. Give me a call and 1 will astonish you in the way of prices and quality of goods . Fishing parties are supplied on short notice. Goods delivered free to any part of the city. N. L.Marwilsky, Irooer Owb no man An/lhlng.' - PAUL. LOCAL NEWS. Handles Pure and Unadulterated Kentucky Whiskies, Wines and Alcohol. Give me a call. J. WILLIAMS. 1892-THIS YEAR-1892 '1 he court house needs painting. Get Bai, to make you a suit of clothes. Editor Heard, of liubtler, is in the city. the Oveiton All varieties of the best liquors at Couipton & Grozdanich's. Mrs. M. M. liarksdale of London, is yisiti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 October 1892

|YOU WILL SBZS- I a ft DURING TIIK >litiqlG ^U|p^igr|, Subscribe Now. I *" / ttulman intes. R. T. MlLNKIi, EdITOK &, PliOl'. >k U VOLUME XXXIII s ^WHO WANTS TO BUV THX8 STA< AT A BABOAIS | AT UY Ail SAi £ V 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." Subscription $1.60 Pkr Year. <ch Vgh HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY TEXAS. THURSDAY* OCTOBER 27 1S92- NUMBER 43 Tho good People of Bowie Hold an Indignation meet- ing and Denounce Infa- mous falshooda pub- lished by the Port Worth Gazette and Dallas News. Here are the resolutions : Whereas, on I he 18th day of Oc- tober, 181)2, the Fort Worth Gazette published au article staling that "the Koek Island people announced that if Hogg is elected, they will stop construction in Texas if they have to quit' work in tho middle of Rod river." Resolved, we, the citizens of Bowie, without regard to politics, do hereby in mass meeting assembled, denounce tho Fort Worth Gazotte for publish- ing a falsehood, in which tho state mcnt is made t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 October 1892

) *. f ^ BUY YOU ANNOUNCEMENTS. Announcements in this Column are sbj^f to to the action of the Democratic Party,- >r State Senate.. T.EBOKEN. for Congress. Third District. (J. B. KILGORE. for District Judge. Fourth District. W. J. GRAHAM. For District Attorney. Fourth District. C. B. OAIt'l'ER. For Floater. J. II. .LONG. For Representative. G. B. TURNER. Couunty Judge. S. J. HENDlllCK. District Clerk. C. G. OSBURN. For County Attorney. R M MAYS County Clerk. M. B. PRUITT. Tax Collector. JAS. WHITFIELD. For Tax Assessor, J. H. LANGHORNE. For Sheriff. J. T. McCORD. For County Treasurer. COLBY 0. TIPPS. It looks olocted. like Cleveland will be Every vote that is sold and bought is a curse to the country both politi- cally and morally. Judge Nugent made a speech hero last Friday which pleased his crowd. The fact that McVcae;h has left the republican party is additional evidence that honest men feel more at homo among democrats. Did the Clark crowd bolt the con- vention because they d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 October 1892

j \) y I , ekly Times JON I EI. ON 'i EXAS. i ' Handles Pure and Unadulterated Kentucky Whiskies, Wines and Alcohol. Give me a call. ^ TESTED AMERICAN J. WILLJAMS. BHAS TO 3AY.6e My stock of fai.cy and staple groceries is complete and fresh. I defy competition. 1 will not be undersold. I handle the best quality of goods. 1 will meet anybodys prices and do a little belter. CIT Y PEOPLE Send me your orders for anything in the eating line. I keep everything first-class in the qroeery line. cer Satisfaction guaranteed. Fresh goods, low prices, and prompt delivery. N- L. MARWILSKY, THE BCSS GROCER. 0*8 no man An thlne."—PAUL. LOCAL NEWS. Go to the election, Aud cast your vote for Hogg. Bal can fit you in the latest styles. They get t'ueir furniture at C. G. Burnett's. Good, fat prairie beof at the City Meat Market. Several parties have gone to the fair at Dallas. The best "Georgia Brandy" at Compton & Grozdanich.' Mr. G. I). Sentell of Brandon was in the city Tuesday. The election wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 October 1892

Weekly Times HENDERSON .TEXAS. HORSES FOIt FIRES. * ELECTING AND TRAINING ANIMALS FOR FIRE £i>:GINE8. El<|i ru' K I'.if ieoco iiitl u 1'orlotl utf Soot a Month In Neoded lor Haw Ko- rultn—'fho IIori «j i'layn an Important ■art at Kvery Fire In a Uitf City. f tho pruisu which ha been showered t/a the New York firo department for -he oxcellonce of its system, the splendid utlimala that haul the heavy ongines and trucks have their share. Any one who has watched cue of the crock engine companies tearing through the street in response to an alarm cannot hove failed to notice how the horses strained every musclo to cover the distance oh quickly as possible, -ytilh scarcely a touch from the driver'*^'isj. Some of the horsey show on human intelligence in tho quickness \7V£h' which they respond to tho ulariiift'Kj^iiuliHl by the big got^a Nowhere tnta thai be soen better than in tho ho us* <rf Engine 7, at Chamberu and Center streets, whoro two horses, .To and Charley, taild tbo rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 September 1898

\ A A / \y K-f\y THE HENDERSON T >r a =^ce BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. * ar to cl VOLUME, XXXIX. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEflBER 29, 1898. tool $1.00 A NNUM. BAILEY WILL TAKE STUMP. Texas Congressman's Services Are In Great Demand. Washington, September 18.— Congressman Joe Bailey will leave in a few days for Indiana, where he goes to take an active part in the democratic campaign in that State. His services are in great demand in all parts of the country, and it is evident that his apparent turn-down by the Texas democrats iu the matter of territorial expan- sion has in no respect lessened his popularity with democrats. Mr. Bailey feels decidedly hope- ful of the outlook for democratic • victory in the congressional elec- tions. He has been in corres- pondence with almost all the democratic members of the present house and the advices they send of themselves, together with what they say of other conditions in other districts ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 September 1898

are the seat or the starting point of many maladies, all of them serious, all more or less pamfnl, and all of them tending, unless cured, to a fatal end. No organs of the body are more delicate or more sensitive than the kidneys. When symp- toms of disease appear in them not a moment is to be lost if health is to be restored. The best way to treat the kidneys is through the blood, cleansing it from the poison- ous matter which is usually at the bottom of kidney complaints. For this purpose there is no remedy equal to Ayer's Sarsaparilla "For many years I have been s constant ■offerer from kidney trouble, and have tried a number of largely advertised kidney cure* without benefit. At last a friend ad- vised me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. The OM of eight bottles f this remedy entirely cored my malady."—Mart Milleb, 1238 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. +> THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, September 29, 1898. A Very Big Increase, but Not So Large as Production. New York, Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 September 1898

X BY R. T. f, HEW SCHOOL BOOKS. To the Teachers and Patrons of the Public Schools of Rusk County:— I have been appointed by the Publishers of the new school books adopted by the State their agent in Henderson for hand- distributing and exchanging the new school books. I ffll it MP W- haye a large stock on hand now and will be furnished by the j. ubushers a sufficient quantity to supply every school in the county. I do not buy these books but handle them as agent for the publishers and am under contract and bonds to sell them for STRICTLY SPOT CASH in every- instance. The price is printed on each book and is very low, being just a little more than half the price you have been paying for books. Here is a list of them with retail and exchange price: Exchange Price. $0 12 15 exas ConfermfW. goes to le de*- 1 I- t u m Retail Price. $0 18 24 30 35 45 15 15 42 81 22 35 50 24 40 3° 50 40 80 65 80 05 08 READERS. First Reader Stickney Second Reader, Stickney, Third Reader, Stickney, 18 Fourth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 September 1898

✓ Lon* reV^- /\ ^ 01 1&* W&° .,Ov 6°iT *3fl .0* A * * J* 4* &Wi *> hf r5 ^ ***' v#h ^j ,fo^^: •#<2£ ^ £*£? O^ ** \VB<^ ^c:Vt *°* *\scN* C°* 4?*v ■? " < ^-k Viy -r -' •;•: Lfi ..•• vt ■ I BM m iMneys are the seat or the starting point of . many maladies, all of them serious, all more or less painful, and all of them tending, unless cured, to a fatal end. No organs of the body are more delicate or more sensitive than the kidneys. When symp- toms of disease appear in them not a moment is to be lost, if health is to be restored. The best way to treat the kidneys is through the blood, cleansing it from the poison- ous matter which is usually at the bottom of kidney complaints. For this purpose there is no remedy equal to Ayer's Sarsaparllia "For many years I have been a constant •offerer from kidney trouble, and have tried a number of largely advertised kidney cures without benefit At la3t a friend ad- vised me to try Ayer's Saraaparilla. The use of eight bottles ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 6 October 1898

THE HENDERSON TIMES. H BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXIX. % . %• •s *ej> HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1898. NUMBER 41. JOE B^iLEY IN INDIANA * if * * * if * if * if * if * if * if * if * if ii if * if * if * if * if ic if The Low Price OF COTTON may be just a bit discouraging, but a dollar now will buy more goods than at any time in the past. To prove this I stand ready to give you more Good Goods for your money than you can get elsewhere. A cordial invitation is extended to all to come, get prices and be convinced. I want your trade and if low prices and FAIR DEALING will secure it, you will become a regular customer. Si ———————— ^ ^ I can fit you out in anything 4 j| you need for Fall and Winter || % wear, and consists of values % that can be better appreciated If by examination. \ * — | Yours for Business, if if if * if f if * if it if * if * if ic * if * if * if ic if * if * if ic if i'c if * '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 6 October 1898

< Jf \ \ are not t or sign ft fatal. Ai aap the at health ant All conghi not stopper UTTi "My wife « cough. We di long (arrive, I anrey«r, happeflflfc over night, and ht Ckeny Pectoral wi t*7 this remedy. ' that the kept on 1 R. s.t "My little dat toeaeing congh, * •U tke remedies ■ urgent recommer 4 to give her Aye naing one bottle priae that ahe wa completely cured Trav. Salesma Ay C6eiT! is put up in hal price—50 cents THB WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, October 6, 1898. Second class mail matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. THE WEE hender; Thursday, 0 Second ciaas mail n Credit 1 New York Commert The regular a the New York ( sociation was he rooms of the as Central Bank Bu R. P. Messiter in "The Executive cognized at the ! year the pressing legal reforms. C quency of failures suspicious circur was adopted by ^ For State Senator M P McGee For Representative 27th district Jasper Collins * For Representative. C J Livsey For District Attorney John B Carter For County Judge. Chas L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 6 October 1898

n'l S&~ * V €€€€ To the Teachers and Patrons of the Public Schools of Rusk County:— I have been appointed by the Publishers of the new school books adopted by the State their agent in Henderson for hand- ling, distributing and exchanging the new school books. I have a large stock on hand now and will be furnished by the Publishers a sufficient quantity to supply every school in the county. I do not buy these books but handle them as agent for the publishers and am under contract and bonds to sell them for STRICTLY SPOT CASH in every instance. The price is printed on each book and is very low, being just a little more than half the price you have been paying for books. Here is a list of them with retail and exchange price: Retail Price. $o 18 24 30 35 45 15 15 42 81 Exchange Price. $0 12 15 18 17 25 22 35 50 24 40 3° 50 40 80 65 80 05 08 READERS. First Reader Stickney Second Reader, Stickney, Third Reader, Stickney, Fourth Reader, Woodard, Fifth Reader, Stickney, SPELLERS. Benson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 6 October 1898

) Jf aw not distinguished by any mark or sign from coughs that fail to be fatal. Any cough, neglected, may sap we strength and undermine the health until recovery is impossible. AU coughs lead to lung trouble, if not stopped. Aier's Cbcrrg Pectoral Circs CMgis -^e "offering from a dreadful eough. We did not expect that she would k«g ««rrtn, but Mr. R. V. Royal, deputy tnrveyor.happened to be stopping with us ownight, and having a bottle of Ayer's V Pectoral with hhn, induced my wife to try this remedy. The result was so beneficial • she kept on taking it till she was cured." R- S. HUMPHRIES, Saussy, Ga. "My little daughter was taken with a dis- Oeaaing cough, which for three years defied •U the remedies I tried. At length, on the Wfent recommendation of a friend, I began to give her Ayer-s Cherry Pectoral. After naing one bottle I found to my great sur- prise that she was improving. Three bottles completely cured her." _ n , J- A. GRAY, Trav. Salesman Wrought Iron Range Co, St. Loui...

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