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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 November 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MOV. 5. 1903 Term of Suhicription: One yar 91. vo Klx Manilla M) Thr"8 MYnth M DftUID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. 1JV TOM BENTON. CXIPVRIOIIT l'.3 nV NoAII . JOHNSTON ro Turner.: roi-tk 2, lahdonia. vo. CHAP. XXX. Toronto AND Montreal. Some parts of our coutineut abound with historic associations. Lake Erie, with Terry's victory over the Enclitih and his famous dispatch, "We hnve met the ene my and they are ours." Western Canada, with Tccumsth, the fnin ous Indian chief, and his death near Chatham. The forts along the Niagara river, made famous in the War of 112. Over these plains, now filled with peaceful farmers the train soon passed to Hamilton, within thirty miles of Niagara Falls. How David longed to see this noble cataract, hut life and liberty were preferred to mag nificent scenery. The sun shone bright on the morning of Kept, 25, 1864, when the train pulled into the station at Toronto. The long platform was filled with men re...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 November 1903

STATE niSTOBICAL SO.h Mexico Missou SAGE VOLUME V. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1903. NUMBER 2 Mes ri HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY - Wm. Dawson in the vicinity of .11 i i- l KfA.:nA Molino will move onus 10 mcAitw. UJiave jduis is uuuuib s v baru on his farm out near Skin ner. -v Till' 1. ? 1 .1 ? LihivA Frank Morris, near Worcester, is feeding G.000 sheep. He better watch the eheep-killiug dogs. Mr. Richard V. Day and Miss Piiriatinn Bvbee. northwest of Mexico, were married last week. Frank Jesse, son of Isaac B. raw. miiiii 1 1 r r n u ul been quite ill for a month or more. Charlie Tanner will become a wood chopper at the next meeting of the Modern Woodman camp ai Molino. The grade work .on the new CUt- fP vavin to Mexico is about all (ted from Old Monroe this way past Wellsville. - Mrs. James Browning, near Molino, will move to Paris and make her home with hersou.James nm-nincr n voiinc attoi ney of that place. Miss Julia O'Callaghan is the of the Th...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 November 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. Jo!u Deal, E1!: r nnd Proprietor. Kntcffd nt lli I 'ukI office at Ucjilco Mi ( iiiul-rlnss mnttiT. THlK-IAY. NOV. V. loo.'j I'lll tdtt'ds IMlMlll'l rack Inl . the hitching Tin- MtssA'tK i opposed to the candidacy of nny 111:111 lor public nflii'i' who cxfu.xcii lobbying and Im ul J i 1 1 ; . Tin; primary election idea in Au dniiu is 110 new thing; we only need to extend it to the nomina tion of Shlle illl(1iil.lte. A MiliM'1 1 1 Ill Mul. '.blown ill renewing lor the Mi'.ssaiiK snyn: I consider it the ehane.t Democratic jmper piiUii-hed in .Mexico. I)oekery congratulated Tam many. Well, Governor, we think you made a mistake, Better wait till there is a contest nnd victory by true Deinociacy. In t lie elections last week the Democrats carried Kentucky, of course, and in Maryland they won the day ly over 10, (MK). The Dem ocratic party is not dead yet. Prof. John P.Gass, well remem bered in Audrain county, lias been promoted to the Miperinteudeucy ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 November 1903

.ArKansans Lynch a White Man Hanf Him from Telegraph Pol , ef Brlohley . Brlnkley, Ark.: Early 8unday morning a mob stormed the Jail In this cltr end took Zallle C Cadle. the layer ot Policeman J. C. Cox, outside, where be was shot to death, and his body afterward hanged from a tele graph pole. i - Cadle and Charles ' Simons, farmers, were in the city Saturday, and becom ing noisy on the street about 6 o'clock in the evening were approached by, Policeman Cox, who endeavored to persuade them to get Jn their wagon .and go home and thus avoid arrest While thus engaged Cadle struck the officer in the Leek with a knife. In flicting a wound which caused his death shortly after 1 o'clock Sunday morning. Cadle and Simons were Immediate ly arrested, hastened to the lock-up and placed in separate cells. Sunday morning about 2 o'clock a squad of from five to ten men visited the pris on, forced open the outer door, broke the cell lock and speedily wreaked Bloody vengeance upon Cadle. Simons, wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 November 1903

JOrfN EEAJ Publisher. "TEXICO Miasouw H la denied that King IVHter of 8r- wia, la a arlsooor under his own horse lsalr sofa. Capt KIdd. bad b lived little later, mlfet have been a financier In stead of pirate. Tba "war in the Balkan will bow haw to wait for spring which mar bring better counsels, 'The coagresslotiaT directory may Bow plane both of the New York sena tors in tk "paired" column. 'Atnerieavs use 140,000,000 safety plos annually. T't there Is mac? a gP twlxt the waist and the skirt. Woe a girl walks backward wlti Srem oa hind part before in Brooklyn ' tJSey call it as initiation ceremony. Benplt reports of prosperity many ' persons throughout the country are so poor they still play the piano by band. " Xngland may cot ba drawn Into the tronbia between Russia and Japan, bat the English alphabet will suffer ter- - ribly. The beldbeaded man takes no stock la the aclenUflo ultimatum that ttie koosafly baa but els feet and one teagae. George Vanderbllt baa found it noo ewsarp...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 November 1903

SULTAN AND HIS PLAYERS. Actor Have Military Organisation and ; Ar Subject to Immediate Call. ; The sultan of Turkey has ms own 'Way of taking bis theatrical pleasure. 'A account of tha performances glvaa before him was recently mad public 'by one who was long attached to the palace staff, and It reads like uie ex enterations of a coralc opera librettist. The power that controls all these performances Is Arturo Stravolo, known simply as Arturo, who came from Naples some years ago and set tled with his father, mother, sisters nd brothers and sisters-in-law In Con stantinople. He was formerly a dia lect comedian In Maples. He Is a prime favorite with the sul tan. The other actors are called to the palace to perform not oftener than once month. Arturo acts at least weekly. ! - . .As the sultan Is very fond of variety nd wlH rarely consent to witness the same performance twice it is neces ary to provide constant change. To uu iuib una ui tag isirsvoios is always traveling through the Eur...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 November 1903

Tickers Vf rm!a and I live la little cot tage J -art lMf enough for two pro !e a "said, with an extra room for aa occasional visitor. The ootUg It situated In one of the numerous rrihurb of New Tork. Among other thing la which w economised were clocks. No hand some tiraepleoe adorned our mantel. I bad a gilt clock, about a law ,arone.d a the watch which our greet grandfather naed to carry. It cost ma 7S centa.: My cousin bad one of the null make, as large aa a tsa sorer, perhaps. If we had owned watches, what I an Rolnk to tell might merer hare pcrnrred. Preoccupied aa we were fwlth oar basines. and our own petty COBceraa, Bje-ttbor of Uf observed the conduct of the clocks when they were together, although If w had looked with all oar eyes, we probably should ant bnre seem anything uausuaL Just a big clock and a little clock ticking away on the shell How could we gues that tbey were talking to each otter and laying foun dations for aa Intimate friendship? After a time my eowttn went...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 November 1903

THE MESSAGE! THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1903 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Vandalia is to have another free rural mail delivery route. Miss Nelle Kobinson left yester- aay ior uostou, Mass., to resume her studies in voice culture. The revival meetiugs at the Methodist and Christian churches continue with increasing interest. J. A.Abbay, of the firm of Mor lis cc Auoay oi cms ciry, is serv ing on the petit jury in the Feder al Court in St. Louis. An ordinance has been intro duced in the city council to in crease the Police Judge's salary from $12.50 a month to $35. Mrs. James Young, southeast of Mexico, .has been very sick, with pneumonia. Glad to announce that she is now much better. J . R. Lnckie will embark in the grocery business again. lie has leased the new Ferris" building, next to the hitching rack lot. Thanks to our good friend Jim Young for a sack of sweet pota toes. Bro. Young knows the print er must eat as well as other folks. County Collector Harrison wil be at MartiiiBburg on Thu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 November 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MOV. 12, 1903 Tri'ii o Subscription: Onn vrr .ll.m Sit Month'.... Tlirof Month DftVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. UY TOM IIKXTOX. nii't niLiiT lift! it v N'paii . .miixsros IWTnU'Ul'.: Itol Tl. I.AIUMIMA. MO. CHAT. XXXI. (IKIiKC AMI Akoim) Maim: to St. Johns axi Halifax. Li'iivm"- t Ik thriving island city f Mniilrt iil, at tin' IicikI of hliip niivintinti, wiili its liriilfj' of iiiiiiij inches, I .i v il Muses and hi companions, I'iiiIi ami Wnrrcn, lnokcil iim.ii lln'SI. Laurence riv er hn III'" train moved pwitlly along. A day liriliKH to tin-in Soutli (Jiiclice, e)osile Quelicc. Urn- iIih train wnilcil fur tlie liont In iro ovi-raihi return. David spent the liii'ii nr two studying his sur roundings. Ili ie is where (iener nl Wnlle mid his lirave soldiers camped. From this point he went up t he river, then with lnnflled oars diMppeil" down to Wolfe's eoe ni.oLsi i vid. and sealed the height of Aliiaham. Wh'-ther th- Kngli.-h or Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 November 1903

T.ITE mSTORicAt ;o ' '. ' ' '. Mexico Missouri Message.- VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1903. NUMBER 3 V HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Henry Haycraft tiear Laddouia is building 6 very large barn, 86x 4G feet. B. B. Tureuaan of tbis city is goon to become a resident of Kan sas City. Joseph Considine at Thompson it building a fine barn. It will be 64x70 feet. E. A. Shannon, late of Vanda lia, has opened a real estate office in this city. Wra. Sims shipped fifty yearling steers from Southwest Missouri to his farm near Gant in this county. A new son has come into the home of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Beatty, who reside near Thompson. R. A. Parker, at Roaehdale, In diana, interested in Audrain county property, orders the Mes sage to his address. Dr. A.C. White, the Mexicoop tician, also has offices at Vandalia and Centralia. Dr. White is do ing a fine business in his line. Attoruey George Robertsou of , this city sat as a' special judge in cases at Montgom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 November 1903

i joe & vie barto! ft k k Sell the ing for g Pr,ces- uome in ana m youreen. $ OVERCOATS FOR MEN AND BOYS ... $ Fwm .Ot I" ''.'. Sl'ITS '( ft and hoys $.,.IH) j I f. UNDERWEAR IN GREAT VARIETY. ' it & TRUNKS& VALISES. THE MESSAGE PiiUi.-licd Every Thursday. Jol.li Beal, Kditor and Proprietor. filtered the i'osloflk'C lit Mexico secnnd-rlass mill Icr. TlIl'lDAY. NOV. 19. l'lOIl lu'tui'ii ii-ii. ('iickiell to t tie U. S. Senate, timl li t liini alone on other so ires. There is too much gambling and oilier meanness going n in Mex ico. Parents, "where is your wiuidt-fi utr hoy to-night!" The people are after the grafters in ftate and nation After a Unit ed Stales Senator next. The bood lers and those who apologize foi them art! going to have to step down. Those State senators who have been indicted for bribery inny es cape the penitentiary, but the peo ple are always going to have n lively idea that every one of them is guilty. The Pike Co. Post says the Mkssagk seems to have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 November 1903

x Intoxicating Banna .. Among the peasants ot southvn Itafy. "Sicily and Sardinia a cnrlous malady tea been notfcd by physicians, which la caused by eating beans. X)ne of the most remarkable effects of the malady is a speclea of Intoxication re sembling that produced by alcoholic drink, tn some cases persona predis posed to the malady are seized with the symptoms ot Intoxication If they pass a field where the bean plant is In flower, the odor alone sufficing to affect tnem. '..' VASELINE. ' Everybody knows the great value of this remedy In the household. b everybody does not know that the Imitations of it, which some second class drudrifists dishon orably palm off on their customers, have little or no value. What should be undor stood by the public is, that it Is not a mere question of comparative value between 'Vaseline" and the imitations, but that the Imitations do not effect the wonderful heal ing results of the world renowned "Vase line," and that they are not the same thing no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 November 1903

CASK Of SATISFIED AMBITION. a a a -a - i : An you th your a,.a. tnll fl.un L hrairnihar irva hnmc NCTM'i li "Fire Jfaii-'tn-?'' f.'ail.l , - Theno wor worts ,iif S'jin"Mrf tin to hia bone, r9.,. Hi) Urging r kef lorwanl oW4 frfhI)''liiVi' th wblteufsa' of tbr inotiwu -tb "toad.' ' -'' '".'!" v nr. iMt i i Through W treal Jn Ube' Dm at ... b riftit coiiJ4.'.la.w a; bnildian. : ' Prom root roll lo jcloi4 of ' -imolcfX It waa .not Nlba,4rtii" nlll m ownfft "but h .hui Jilred .it, hai jut new niBchlmry-'lato tand waa expecting to run lt.r 'The" owner r'waa Mn. Panliaa Gr'Kory. :tbe wWow uf Solomon. Creory. -Ob, Fan, tanterl'1 he yelled, I ' ' fNahoar In eight.' and.tbare'a: aiy, nlll burning! "I ran se tha ltamos ' H over, the rpof.;' Jfoborly rriimand ;, It a Just a txmt(r6 ' Jbat1 lliobofly bares tj about, j NaUvan: IJtiu , bopel all turning into abejir,, .To-mprrow's - - Tbankagirrng tly.- Don't believ I'll play my violin in tbe choir. , Ob. dear!" ' ; "an had bow arrived at- the mil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 November 1903

Centre S3 Convenes . in Xxtr S c.s slon. wrT 7:0x3?: iymv-i V Londenstd Account of Fro . T , ?ecdlrig'e n Pjpth, Iloueve , ; ' Washington;. .. .The House was in ' . , eesslott Jess than half, an, hour Tucs-' .day," ."adjournment' being taken' out of respect to the, memory, of .two de ' ceased members. The President's meoagn- was read and referred to the ' Committee on Ways and Moans, the 1 -Membership ot which 1 yet to be an f 'Wlurfeed.r 'The message also was or- 'dared printed. Aside Jrnmmnklng pro vision for the payment 'of mileage of members, no further business " was transacted. ' ' - l - .-.. " Tuesdays swmlon of the Senate waa ewted; e-1tiRlTeltth, reading of the President's message in support of reciprocity with Cuba and to the -routine incldtvrt to the-rxelptqt'the mas sage.4 The attendance of Senator waa - exceptionally large, and tnany appear- eo wun large roils or tregniy prepare od bills, The message received the when ita reading had beea concluded Mr. Cnlloln;'ofc Illi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 November 1903

toxics Missouri Hcssaga I T i JOHN, BEAL, Publisher. "1EXJCO MISSOURI Z l : r Ixu Dillon. 1:584, Infclsta that tba mare U still tba better home. tery girl ia fond of a love story yrhfn tbe right nan tells It to ber. Bankers who meddle with the burs saw of speculation must expect to get kort Aa to the other battleships, the Mis souri proceeded to "show them" her heels. Elderly gentlemen nrho wish to get Married ahould Join tbe United States senate. It may be, of course, that no charm ing; young widow really wants David Bennett Hlil. There Is no doubt that the ship building truat waa ingulfed In a sea of Its own making; Paris, not satisfied with her reputa tion for race suicide, has adopted tbe motor baby carriage. There are several old men In the Senate, however, who can't marry young wives Just yet We cannot understand why the re ported illness of the Sultan of Turkey ahould "give rise to alarm." If Japan cannot get Into a scrim ri) axe any other way some lively foot ball team might...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 November 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1903 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Ueorge Cliildera, southwest of Mexico, is quite Bick. Still a case or two of scarlet fe ver Lere and there in Mexico. The new way freight train the C. & A. Rtaits east out Mexico at six o'clock morning. on of euch A.Ilutcherson, the railroad fore man of t tiis city, now milks a fine Jersey cow, a late purchase from T. F. Itoden. Lonuie Rinaman, while operat ing a job press in the Messbge of fice Monday, sustained four quite badly mashed fingers. By courtesy of a friend, Prof. T. J. RodLouse, formerly of this county, now teaching at Ithaca, N. Y., gets the Message. J. M. Ryals of Clifton Hill, Mo., is a new reader of the Message. Mrs. Ryals will be remembered is Miss Maggie Bradley, late of Mev ico. The 0. & A. freight crews now have their headquarters iu Mexico. They have nil been ordered here from Slater as Boon as they tan get houses. About noon last Saturday the railroad depot at VVellsville caught fire and was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 November 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 19. 1903 Trm of NHbtcription: On ypr tl.no M Molilli VI Thn- Moiiilm... DftlflD MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. 1V TOM HF.NTON. CurVIIH.MT l'.''t IIV NoAII ". JOHNSTON 1-OHoriH K: Hot IK'-', I.A1IH)N1A. HO. I'll A l. XXXII. Halifax, Noma Scotia. This beautiful city was founded by Lord Corn will list iu 17o9. Thir ty years before his Ktir louder to (Jcncial Washington ut YorkTown, Vn. The city is built on the east ern blo'c of a high ridge, the cul minating point being Fort lieorge, nioro than two liundrcd feet above the city. The batteries can shoot over the city and strike a ship at the water's edge without etriking the loftiest buildings. Here is the llnest harbor in the world. The laud on the north and cast aud an island on the south enclose a deep bain of clear water of about teu square miles. It has been said all of the navies of the world could stiffly anchor in this har bor. David Moses learned that two weeks would elapse bef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 November 1903

80 0 souri Message. EXICO VOLUME V. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1903. NUMBER 4 M Mis HAPPENED and V . V. ROME LOCAL AND COUNTY !Ja ' Coin is selling in Gant neigh borhood at $1.60 a bbl. 8. W. Downing, at Baling, is feeding 71 head of cattle. II. E. C. Tucker and family will move back to Mexico from Terry. W. P. MoRer of Farber will move to Martinsburg and open up a meat shop. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sims of Gantt are the proud parents of a new daughter., James Kile, southwest of Mex ico, Las been in very bad Lealth since last August. James Cadel, of the U. S. army, is visiting his sister,. Mrs. Robert Peck, of near Rowena.this county. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ilarper of Louisiaua will move to Mexico. Mr. Harper is a trainman on the C. & A. David Robertson, son of Attor ney George Robert sou, has a fine position with a glass factory at Alton, 111. Wm. Detienne and wife have moved back to the Mt. Carmel ' ueighborliood, this county, from .Louisiana. A. Hughes ot this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 November 1903

A Cutting Idea For Christmas V lit found in our Cut lery Department. We carry only I he fluent milker of high grade steel cutlery, fully warranted. V w A 3 piece, stag h mulled, silver mount ed curving set in ciine $4.50 A 3 piece curved, ivory limulled carving net, 9 iueli scimiter knife blade, in ense !.)() A ') piece, solid silver litindled, extra heavy, embossed, 9 incli plain knife blade, in ense, $12.50. Other carving nets, consisting of two, three and five piece, from $2.00 to $20.00. s oulh lilt quart Step In and Look Around. WORRELL-JEWELERS ion of Big Watch THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tlic Postofllec at Mexico Mo., a second-class matter. THURSDAY. NOV. 2G, 1903 The initiative and referendum in the making of laws would kill off the boodler and grafter quicker' n uny thing. No boodler or grafter has n good opinion of the law, nor is his opin ion any better of the one who en forces the law. A Folk good government club of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 November 1903

W..,. - '.::..v C""V I . ....Uv,.-.'v.:A4v4. Mrs. Anderson, a w r T 1 woman j ox - J acKsonviue, r la., daughter ot Recorder' of Deeds, West, who witnessed her signature to the following letter, praises Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, M Deah Mas. PraKHAM : There are but few wives and mothers who tiave not at times endured agonies and such pain aa only women know. Iwish auch women knew the value of Lydla K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It is a remarkable medicine, different in action from any I ever knew and thoroughly reliable. " I have seen case 3 where women doctored for years without perma nent benefit, who were cured in less than three months after taking your vegetable Compound, wnue otners wno were cbronio ana incurable came out cured, nappy, and in perfect health after a thorough treatment with this medicine. I have never used it myself without gaining great lnefit. A few doses restores my strength and appetite, and tones up the entire system. Your medicine has been t...

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