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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1910

l ^ ' ; - Pickens Sentinel-Journal | LOCAL BREVITIES 1 r 1 Some Things You Know JBome p p You Don't Know AbC#0ur ? Towns, County & Pbople x:? ?See change of ad. of the KeoWeo Pharnianv TViov r/lwo - - J - fS? ' V? you a nice speil on drnj^v. ?Good mule, good size, and i liorse for sale. A. M. Morris. 1 ?Don't yon smoll the corn I stalks burning, and hear the I TTIDllnnronkn * "" o ...V11V/IT VVHW, UCO illlU XlttWl ?Two million and seventy-fivo thousand dollars worth of mort. Rages already recorded in Sumter in 1910. Whew! ?13. Langston, who left during tho holidays, has landed in Richmond, Va., whore he has a good job and is woll pleased with his work. ?See change of ad. of A. K. Park in this issue. He is roundI ing up his winter stock of goods and offering them to his customers at a big reduction. ?Furman University, of Greenville, has completed its cnmnui.rn i V. ^ !-5 " ~ <?<'r |uwiii]iui^ii lui IIIIU A tuning ui (K)() which means that it will now get $25,000 from the G...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1910

FT > Vi, ; - .-N / S V A *>U?Zt I wonder why is it thut girla u Should do ji?t like their niamn * U'h ofTul eiwv tor a girl to git They praise nor up fer actin' j T wonder why it is that hoys c Their pas <h>, ami still not git I Their i>as they nearly always * And wunst iny ya he not so in 1 wiaht somebodv'd tell me wh Ver hoys to do things that the I wisht I knew why nirl* can a And, what is more, #it loved a ! Uncle Jarve's' % ^ ^ Ily CHAUI.l It has always seemed to nio that Uncle Jarve's "water-draRon" was tho most useful, practical and efficient fire-fighter which I have ever seen, especially for mills, factories, creameries and so forth, where there is water, steam or any other power. It ' could be used, howov >r, at farms, stores or residences?at any place, indeed, where a small power Is installed. It was one of Unclo Jarve's odd contrivances when he was at Grand father Adams', lording it over my brother "Foley" and myself. Ho first rigged one at tho old pape...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1910

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Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1910

iWBBBBLJgJ..iX"?"..1 J?LUHLjO. Tlio Kind You Ilavo Always I>oi in use for over 150 years, lias yy and lias Allow All Counterfoils, Imitations an Experiments tliat. trilio v* iili a Infants and Children?Experk What is CP Castoria is a harmless substM goric, I>rops and Sootliiiii? tiy contains neither Opium, Mori niiUBiiiUCUa J IS nj-VC IS I * s giuir; ?n<l allays Feverisliiicss. It o Colic. It relieves Tcedmift' Tr mid Flatulency. It assimilate Stomach and Bowels, {firing ] Tho Children's Panacea?Tho r.e?>r.ta^ /f*>> ^Kinu>Bi>oeL 8 ' yfl Eciii'3 tbo Si /7?\s Tlie Kind You Ea?( Sn Use For Ovc THE CENTAUR COM^NV, 77 MUI'HI State News F ~X^ v~V~N* "-ir" All tha Lit? "sws ftoa Irs Tho (load Ixuly of .sn infant ! was found in a vac :ii ?i in Charleston. Tho Method i si ehi.: < \ two} store rooms in the mill v'iiaueat j Winnsboro wnv ?!<>siioyi 1 l>.\ fire. J. ]*. Montgomery. . > ?i11?< 1 orate votonni of lived ; \ i 11< . idead at his homo. / A...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1910

THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL; | Knlorcd April 23? 1003 at I'IcUoiim, S. iu Monoiut cIuhh tuitllor, uiMtorcofoiigreNM of illarch :i,lSVJ 39th Year t \ PICKENS. S. C.. JAMJAitY 27, I <>10. Number 36 L nnuiiin nnnn iii minn the planets. . w" ?m" ?~-7" DUURli tlllbO IN LAfflU It's a Risky Business For the Man Who Doesn't Know. LURING ON AN "EASY MARK." Tho 8tory of How a Rich Amtrloan Was Worked by Crafty Ortental 1 Salesman?Under the Myetio Spoil of the Dim, Religious Light. "Writing of "The Passing of the Antique Rug" In the Century, John Kltnberly Mumford tells thin ntnrr: It Is beyond question cheaper to buy In America your rng and th? Ingenious tale that goes with It than to wait until yOu visit Constantinople or Smyrna or Cnlro or Tlflls. They are much inoro skillful aud insinuating over there. They have the advantage of local color and environment, and your common sense Is under the spell of the east to begin with. Here la an incident to Illustrate. A party of rich American...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1910

MEAT BflVCiin SPREADS Wholesale Price of Beef Foils net i c n v/ik A %J III Vl^VViauu* THOUSANDS JOIN MOVEMENT By Refraining From Eating Moat for TL' n D it u...,. i n?n^ Muy i ouytunoiu hu^o iw Lower Price*. Chicago, ill.?The movement to combat the high prices of meat upread rapidly, ami Is assuming a national character. Coincident with the spread of the movement came annouueemont from Milwaukee and Cleveland mat the price of meat hud dropped. lu iMilwuuk*# two retail butchcre Quoted porterhouse steak ut 10 eenta a pound, Strkiln ut the same price and other rneatH in proportion. The wholesale price or u??i r*u on 10 cpiuh a mmdrinl pounde In Cluvelauil. From lx?nver caiue ttie report that Samuel Duttou, president of the We?)ern Hotel Men's Protective /Aisaociatlon, announced that the proposition of cutting down the consumption ot tnoii* will !?< lirniiunt huff)rr> hlrt nr. ganizaiion Ht a meeting to bo hold hero on January 31. \ Dispatches froui Ualtliuore, Kaunas Citj', Omah...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1910

"CHARM! By aKeLIJN lhjjjmtj 1 ? Indeed, I cau tako yoij . at j fin wen as not. It's u 1 ittlo l>lt\ot . I brown house on u b1:1o Btreot-4-yoi. ' might have trouble finding it, bun I've tnkan Alice homo novoral times After club?Bhe Is such n nico girl." \ Kloanor Barnard did not mean h^r toue to wound condescending, hut khi ii'Ai In a particularly "elogant" mood that afternoon. Sho and Helon Pcrloy woro coming down tlio steps' of Mrs. Longloy'B school for Kir Ik. llolen wax a newcomer In tho Bchool and In th?> town. She was a pleasant, attractive girl, but what gave her special prestige in tno eyes of her new school nmtos was that her grandfather, now d?ftd, had been Governor of the Stato, and her father, a brilliant lawyer, although ?tlll a young man, was spoken of as likely to go even further than tlio elder Porley had done. Eleanor Barnard's father was the owner of a large mill, a man who had made Ills own \vn.v and fni'tnnn n?wi enjoyed the hlph esteem of the commuulty. in ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1910

I Jm ' Pickens Sentinel-Journal! i I Bvr jJSjHKD KVE1 Y TliUHBDAY MOKNiMi. ! Tho nontinel-fournal Company. ; >. h. O. THOMPSON. Kuitoi.. 7 ^ * _ Telephone :itX2 ~~ I Habsoriutiou SI.00 Per Auuiiin. Advertising Ratos Reasonable. Bntered at Pickens FontofHce as Sacoud Class Mall Mutter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY JAMJARY 27, 11)10 Liberty Locals Everything is vtn-v ouiet in this little neck of "woods since the holidays have passed oil", 1 and people have got down to business in earnest, and w suppose the fanners have :<iso got busy, as they are not much in evidence as just before holidays. There has been ijic usual moving around aniA'hanging places ducjWr^ffr ''?i.fi i v s, and ! amcwajr^tne many changes we J > ^Jflfiote the following in our j 4?Iidst; Parish i\ Johnson have , moved to the now l>. \V. Me- 1 Whorter store just across the | street. R. 0. Robinson iSc Co., ' have moved in the si ore vacated by Parish & Johnson. We note that T. X. Hunter, has had his wooden ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1910

gag* iv aw Pickens Sentinel-Journal ii' 1 ' ??5 r /V A * T 1*T* *n?*?w?wo?i? 81 I LUUAL BKKV1T1KS J | Some Things You Know and Some g Yon Don't Know About Our Tftinnfi PAnniif * lunuo, vuuuij a roupio Gas? MOKuvsii ?Phono the news, No 32. ?We hope oar correspondents Will send us Rnma "n?wa" novt week. , ?What is ihoro in a fish pole thai is destructive to a man's veracity? ?Messrs. W. H. Lendermen and Q. H. Dacus of Central wore nere tnis weeK.?Anderson Intelligencer. ?It has been stated that a man can't lift himself by his boot straps but many a man has pulled himself down with a cork-screw. ?The young man who leaves the farm because he thinks life in these little towns or cities is easier, makes the mistake of his life. j ?Trust in Providece is beautiful and blessed, but if vou jump into holes with your eyes open 1 and think Providence will pull you out you are a sucker. ?Last week, in the article on the Epworth league, the printers made a mistake. The Missionary department has ex...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1910

Philosophy Oi He Had to Die to Wii And Which Was the Do They Do in Stocki Rate He Had Learned Many of Patrick Francis Sheedy's old friends called at Ifil West Thlrtv fourth street to take a last look at the dead man and say a word of comfort to his widow. There were gray haired students of chance who like Pat had turned a card in every civilized and some uncivilized countries of the globe. There were satl looking wrecks from the underworld who at one time or another liad felf P.-if irniinr. oslty. There were substantial busl- ] ness men who had learned to value his word and to enjoy his sunny j philosophy; there were curious folks I who, having missed the opportunity of knowing Shoedy livins;, were bound to see him dead, and there were Sisters of Mercy. All had a kind word for the gambler. (lis good deeds far outnumbered his bad," was the comment of one of I the sinters. .iu ucikt man ever nvou. rat was honest to th<.> core," was the reply that came from the widow as the visit...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1910

Death Sentence on Lordly Elk. j The giant noble looking bull elk 'w'hlch for yearo has been the lord 1 of the elk herd at Point Defiance Park twill bo killed within a day 1 or ho despite the proteets of huu. diredH of children and regrets gen?r nlly of the public. The elk Is one of I tho most magnificent specimens evor held In captivity ?nd has been photographed by a nmuber of corporations for trademarks and for cuts for letterheads. When first captured the elk had already developed a grouoh out of all proportion to Its size. As it grew older its disposition beoarae so flence mat lor mourns jxiat man amd beaat were not ? ^ In the same lot with It. Bevera. elk hava nearly boen killed by It and It had to be Isolated. A f?w days ago the park board solemnly sentenced It to death.?Tacoma correspondence Seattle PostIntelligencer. TI1K WONDKKHKRKY OH HUNIftCRRY. Has Proved a (Jr?>t Success?Thousands Say It's the lle?t Thiitg They Kver Grew. The Wonderberry or 8unb?rry, tho marvelous gar...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1910

! ' ''' ^ ^mfmemim' ^ 1 ^ 11 ^ iPiill ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ''?$ Si AVcf)c(al)lcPrepara(lonfbrAs L5oo3 Lv similaliiigllicRiodamlRcfiiila Bra S'l Ulc Slomachs midBowdsof gEsgsBm 1 Promotes Digeslion.Ctecrful BSi ' ness and ResLCoiUalusnciiiw j Opium.Morphine norMiaeral. - Not Narcotic. Mali I jj jBKfaofMDrSAia'ELrrram I !' FlmyJiin Stjd~ Hi| jtLS.Smuu JMti/eMs- I Hfflpffl! j&iiseSnd * I Sf*,5 /. - > t',rv liiCud.vtaitStia* ( iff iss&-. ni-'Jayneai tTunr. I Aperfect Remedy ror CcmsHpn ^ Sour iloraacli.Dlarrh<ci IfiPart'B Worms X'oi ivu! s io iis. l'\r>v visit pSJ'g, riess and Los;; or Su.':-:p. P? FacSimile Sifjnature of test ' III I II v.Exact Copy o; Wraj pc.". Human Goldfish Dinner. The otlicials of I ie l.'nited States Stool Corporation have ordered an investigation o!' (he "Seeley dinner," :.;ivon by the officials of the C'arne:;ie Steel company last Saturday, and it is said that Andrew Carne^W himself forced the action. President William i'His (,'orey of the Unite...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1910

, f 1 yL/V a^J THE PICKENS ' SENTINEL-JOURNAL . - \S filtered April 23% 1003 at I'lckviiN, S. (!. uh Mocoud cIu'.m matter, uudereofuiixroMtt of .llnrcli :i,l87U K 39th Year I PICKENS, 8. C., VEliUUARY 3, 1010. Number 37 | Q ^ , ' j? ?, SOME POLITICIAL TALK AROUND STATE CAPITAL Said to be Five Candidates at Least, for Gubernatorial Honors?Several forUongress From the Third, Including the Reverend Mann Columbia Evening RecordThere has not been the usual politicial activity which has characterized some previous sessions of tho general assembly. Tim mootlnnf nf (tuvuviiifs V/JL iiuc ouaun JJrti association last week, however, bringing: together the lawyors from every section of the State and the members of the general assembly, inspired some politi cial prognostications. For some time the name oi three gentlemen from the low ei atjution ol ine state have beei mentioned in connection witl the raco for governor?Lieut. Gov. Thos. G. McLeod, of Lee. Representative John G, Rich aid of Kersha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1910

MANEUVERS TO BE REPEATED Regulars and National Guard to Camp Together. Chickamauga le One of the Summer Camps Included in the Plant of the War Department. Washington, D. C. ? Last year's Joint maneuvers of the regular army and the national guard will be repeated during the summer, according to present plans of the war departtaent?one set at the envornniont's grounds at Pino plains, N. Y.. and the other probably in Maryland or Virginia. General Frederick D. Graut will be In command at Pine Plains. The southern maneuvers probably will bo under the direction or some members of the general staff at Washington. Other camps this year will be at X.eon Springs, Texas; Atascadero, California; American Lake, Washington; Chickamauga, Georgia; Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana; Fort 1). A. ltussell, Wyoming, and Fort Riley, Kansas. FURNISHING RABltSJER BUSINESS. Los Angeles Woman Had Supplied Over 300 Infants to Customers. Los Angeles. Cal.?That she has provided homes for more than :?0<> ba...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1910

1 \ . IfOVK A W* hy rl^iRFluttering birdlings Koftly chirping i For the warm bum Hinkn to slumber tiJ Oh, the weary day ia ended! Come yo Fold ^your tired hands I ill to-morrow; i i ne <i;irK, uneven onaaowrt U-ngtlU'i: 'Tin tlic liour when Love and Sorrow o Trove's fair face in shy nn<l blushing, S* When above the lonely mountain 1 itik** Then they clasp their hands, und tdowl T^et us rent while I,ove nn<l Sorrow ro Hand in hand we, too, have met them, I^or our fondest memories ever with'lh v-viy (/-vw ifVWJW | UNCLE ^ts^eg^eecocccccgK u was commencement week at the I old university, a busy week and oil the wholo a delightful one. There Wfil'fl nnrtlnpo tbnf wr?ro 0Q#1i1n?ln?v? there pleasant ties sundered; there was the break up of the llfo that had grown dear to many of those virile young men, but in the demands and the bustlo of the parting hours unpleasant reminders were kept in abeyance. A student of tho senior year emerging from one of tho gray old dormitories almost...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal j PUB74BUBD KVEUX THtmSPAV MORNING. ! BY? The Sontlnol-Jonrnal Company. J. L. O. THOMPSON, Editor. Telephone tiabsoriptiou 81.00 Per Aunum. ( AilvertiHiug IViteH Heusonuble. ! otered at I'lckeuN f'ostoflicu rn Scc:< ml ( Mali Mutter PICKENS, S. 0. : THURSDAY VEItltTAUY 1010 To the Bovs of Pickcns County In accordance w itli announce ment, the Boys Corn Club Con- j test was organized in niv office on Saturday, the 22ml of .January, and the following rules were adopted: 1. Boys joining the contest must be under eighteen years of a ^e. 2. No hoy shall contest for a prize unless In' becomes a member of the ("!r'>. 3. The menihei - oi' I he ()lnh must agree to read ins:: net ions of the demonstra! ion work. 4. Each Boy must plan his Own crop and do his <>w n work except in preparing 111 1 land and then to charge lor hind linln t** niin SI J X V/ A 2 tvv>v yj 1. * l I I ' ' ? * ? fi. Exhibits must, he de'.iv t 1 ed to the County Superinlcndent of Ed...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1910

I Pickens Sentinel-Journal 5 LOCAL BREVITIES I % ' % I Some Things Yon Know and Some | n You Don't Know About Our * | W m ? ' - "* g Towns, uounty? people , 2 ?Phone us the news, No 32. ?Well, half of the session of the legislature has passed and verp few bills have been enacted. ?Miss Alma Wise, the Keowee school teacher visited Miss Pearl Murphree Sunday night. ?R. M. Lusk and Jake Bakor nf ? 1 f ui iv>iv^no, niuuu ? (justness trip to this section recently.? Keowee Courier. ?Chas. McAlister, of Greenville, is opening up a saw mill plant on his farm in the upper part of the Cheohee section.? 1 r . ivfuwee courier. ?There will be a [box supper at Keowee school house on the % 11th inst beginning at 6:30 o'clock. Boys, all go and buy you a box with a pretty girl in it. ?Liost between Pickens and Eisley one automobile tire. Finder will return to W. R. A. uarret's shop at Easley or to Heath-Bruce-Morrow Co., and get reward. ?Married, on Sunday, Jan., 28, by Magistrate W. A. Grant, Ta...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1910

ALONE. I think ten milliort worlds there be luHtoud of one; t\nd ten times ten; A world for you and otio for me; A world for each one soul n^nn; And well is peopled with it? dreams. Its hot amtlitlnnu .'Hill iliuiirnu Ea.h haw its lields ami running streams, And its low luirniiig uU.tr tirea. !And you and I walk far apart, You in your world and I in mine; iYou with the comrades of your heart. And dmuus, utul chcering suns may shine I .Upon the wave vou ?o, and 1 \inv mw.?L- ..in, U..t C ? f-- I ...... mini juu mr As deeps of sea from vaulted sky, Aa pit of earth from peak of star. Each life a universe where runs Space I may fathom not or you; Ita independent course of kuiis, Its Miushinc, shower, and its dew; Each throb of henrt, each thrill of soul A Ida/.mg comet in the Ulue, 'And lightnings flash and billows roll For me, but all unseen to you. Across a chasm black as ink And deep as chaos we join hands In hollow greeting, and wo drink A nledirc. and in>ir>i.?f nnil? i 'And ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1910

jfcwt l?ofro< ? IVVK/MI \fc, lyvy I VK Syrup of Fig6 and Elixir of Senna appuaks to the culturcd and the well-informed and the healthy because its component parts are simcle and whnlp some and b?causc it acts witli(> out disturbing the natural func. . tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable quality or substance. In its production a pleasant and refreshing syrup of the flgs of California is unit- * ed wkh th? laxatire and car initiative properties of c?rtain plants known to act most b?neficiafly, on th? human system, i when its garrtle cleansing is desired. To gf?t its beneficial cf- / fects, always buy the genuine, jA for sale by all reputable drupf- ? gists; on? size only, price ^ fiftv cents a bottle Th 1 _ ? - MV of company ? California f Pig oyrup Co.?is always plainly printed upon the front of every package of the genuine. @i/orr\iaj LOUTSVIT.UC. KY. SAN FRAN( lVoUARAKTMB 1 j|ote4*rnp?* !' IhS^Ml J) jM Known ????<*<?? M H Orwrtta* ?f ?" " " g DSETTl ~ A...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1910

sv: v ?! Tlio Kind Y< : in use for . v v , J: C All Couui i' Experimen Infants and \AI Wtt . Castorln is goric, I>r? contains Kubstanr , and alia; Colic. ' ami Fli Stomach . The Chil<Lr ' n GENU . ' h C?. The K: In d > K3W v= \ 111 . C\)l)l j)l l'< ' JOIK.'S, 111. turc pjiW* commission . . the old Si nation. This con, of five nii'i! all over 11 Ho also ^ ' publishiiu tliv ? ( >u l) * i. With t'lyc !) C'l'S. All of u should ! of the I. the man. looking * The ('i >:i; | thought hi has an voi one ha:- >i or the to ad on of thtM'O' ,WOi. . I ,1 i t IS 1111. butty a 111.; oa\ist as it i rj Vid 11 a 1 t'? nI,UOt lid-. ; 'But <>Y( p.iobodyV i mutter your wii paying lion half i v villc pay mills on V or visa " . I ation. 1 Uk in Co,( ^ncn, ^01i this now 1 tvveon ll:1 sea. His hand ami law v;i11; Shall In 1 Often lite We; tnlicaltliy K Weak ;mii sponsible toi your kidney:? you can undc tire body is !! seems to f : i If you nr. taking tluKilmer's Sw vinc^you <...

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