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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 February 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I \ I f Polly o^ Grace Miller White IHustrated^RKLivin^stone. gL Copyright b>r Little^ Brown ajid Company "JUST POLLYOP—POLLY HOPKINS!" "1 Vhat's your namef" he inquired. "■Just Pollyop." was the answer. "Polly Hopkins. My daddy if Jeremiah Hopkins, the mayor of this settlement." "Can I do sotnethiny for you, Polly Hopkins f" queried Robert, as she, finished telling about life, in the squatters' city. She flung out both hands in a comprehensive gesture as much as to say he could see for himself how much she needed. "Sure, sure yon can," she said villi fierce emphasis. "You ran make Old Marc leave, us squatters be. You're biggor'n he is! The squatters need you awful bad." Her voice broke. Robert took a long breath. Of course he could help this girl and her people. He would, too! As far as money gave power, he could equal and surpass Marcus MacKenzie. "I did Icy to talk sense into Mr. MacKenzie's head," he re- turned presently, "but now I will make him leave yon...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 February 1922

it B mm mmm IP -'• *Wm If Tr^''' :' Rusk Chei A weekly newspaper publUuert every Friday mornlux At Hunk. Ohertikei Coumy. Tbxus W. L. MARTIN Editor and Publisher OFFICE PHONE 316 SUBSCRIPTION ItATKS One Year - - MJW SI* Months - .75 Three Months - - -t" Thl h paper stops at expiration of $nlsorip- tion. No paper "forced" « n atiyoite. Elite re i as geeond-c';>.• > matter July lrt. fMN lit. the po* loftier at Kusk. Texan. und r he Act of March ii. Is71 . k M il m i intended for imMiratlon should be ■Iff ' >1. .ddiess riiii'.u : tor t.hr newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS Skip Qtrw Frail by Water Cali- fornia to New York. The latest of a series of three test shipments of citrus fruit from California to New York by way of the Panama Canal left San Pedro the middlje of January accompanied by a specialist of the Bureau of Markets and Crop Youg Friend! If Gtflrft Wi.h- ington Could Rise from Hu Grave on Hia Birthday the 22nd of This Month and see our cities ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 February 1922

i#jsb m Society and Clubs JHCra. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 fo! Mrs. Bill Thompson Entertains the Merry Matrons. Last Friday afternoon the Mer- ry Matrons were charmingly en- tertained by Mrs. Bill Thomp- son with a Valentine 42 party. Pink carnations and i'erns were used for decorations and oupids | gl-eatiy enjoyed bv and hearts for score pads a.n<i i t ending'. tally red hearts to mark theiuim-; ber of games were const int re-1 „ . minders of the V dentine motif. <*niage .icrn • Mrs. Richard Mallard, Mrs. Tom Singletary and Mrs. Stan- ley Tucker cut for the high s ore prize, a cut gl iss perfume bottl , Mrs. Mall ircl winning. T h e guest prize was in incense brrn- er, won hy Mrs. Wyatt Norman. Salted nuts in valentine * bon bon boxes were served thruout the afternoon and a two cours ■ luncheon served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Phillip Mose ley t .•! Miss Fay Thompson, fol- lowed the games. Those enjoying the afternoon were; Club members Mesdam-s I Richard Mallard...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 February 1922

I'..,: r, > V/'' ' ' ■' i5r~,y'.v>\ •" ;•< I THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN -V • ' •• mm Jg VIM AND VIGOR Follow, If You Take This Advice Galveston, Texas—"After the flood Borne years ago, all my family became ruu-down, duo to exposure of being in the water, lyss of sleep, etc. They were all feeling miserable an 1 the only medi- cine they took was Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. By the use of this medicine they were all restored to health and strength. 'And I always keep Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets iii my home. They are an excellent regulator of the stomach, liver and bowels, or for bilious attacks. I can speak in the highest terms of all of Dr. Pierce's Medicines."—Mrs. J. W. Moss, 3913 Ave. K. What Golden Medical Discovery has done for thousands it will do for you. Get it today from your nearest druggist, tab- lets or liquid. Write for free medical ad- vice to Dr. Pierce's, Buffalo, N. Y. .• .-ji.-a'ggy' " Denim has advanced a half-cent a yard, which should he Interesting ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 February 1922

(PS*ip •*'' ".V\ "rr*,—' •' • ,v* ;■■ W - ••:*><, .'• v THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I 1 K I JISWEET LITTLE BABY BOY Makes a Bright Spot in Every Home. A Comfort in Year* to Come Park Rapids, Minnesota.—"I have taken your medicine — Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound—when 1 was a girl for pains and before and after my marriage. I now have a sweet little baby boy and will send you his picture jf you wish to publish it. My sisters also take your medicine and find it a great help, and I recom- mend it to those who Buffer before their babies are born." — Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Box 156, Park Rapids, Minn. To marry and arrive at middle age without children is a great disappoint- ment to many women. Think of the joy and comfort other women have in their children as they grow older. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound has helped to bring great happi- ness to many families by restoring wo- men to health. Often the childlessnome is< due to a run down condition of the wife, which may be he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 17 February 1922

V.-" . j§J •' -V' "'4^01' S= •; S-s:-S€; ■Bps KSfttf? •. • ««*; •■•■* /- A- tvVe Here and You'll Want to See Them; Those NEW DRESSES SUITS CAPES In all the new Styles, Fadrics, and Colors. in Dresses Canton Crepe and Taffetas, irt Suits—Serges and Poriet Twill. Capes in all the new shades. Handsome Blouses in Canton Crepe and Crepe de Chine. You will like the elegance of the selections we have on display; quality is there, as well as exquisite style and beauteous colors. NOW is the the time to visit this shop and make selections Mr§o Hesse Lewis ILadiaes GariffieMli Slhop airadl Novelties %: Butler's Service Station (Walker Motor Co. old stand) Storage, Auto Repair Work, Auto Parts, Oils and Greases. We have good mechanics to care for your repair work and keep your car in serviceable condition. Service Cars at Yrur Lcraoaand at Any Time. Careful Drivers EDWARD H. BUTLER $ 1CPRIETOR Southeast of Square Phone 445 =# ;Vir 1 ■' 'i. I E i t r ' a c, E. JAY East Side Square TO SERVE a fin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 February 1922

Sf,'f h iKyii t >&' 'ah? £ %*■?$£ :^k \ :r;/;?f,m-' ;. || JP ' pi | ^TCf( The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1922 NO. 34 They Shall Not Pass! It was a wonderful night and a momentous question. Society spirit ran higher than at any other period of the life of the societies at Rusk College and the men se- lected to defend the society championships, as well as debate the question to be considered, were keenly alive to the responsi- bilities devolving upon them. With the Philos it was: Main- tain the Traditions; Win! They MUST NOT Pass. And they did not pass, tho the Sophie Cats humped up their backs, and spit fire, and electricity fairly bristled from their hair yet the Philo Pups braved the seeming dangers and ran the critters up a tree and out on the limbs and held them there while the Pups devoured the Prize Bones over which the great contention arose. It was really a great event and the 45 minutes of class yells showed the pent up p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 February 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN MOTHER! m . 'fimM 'fill® ... ,V . COURTHOUSE SCENE OF GUN BAnLE FIVE MEN ARE WOUNDED IN FIGHT; SPECTATOR* FLEE IN NEAR-PANIC. LEAD PEPPERS THE WALLS Riot Comes As Aftermath of Ouster Proceedings Against Former Officer Garrett. Ardmore, Okla.—Fire men were wounded, the walls of the County At- torney's office peppered with bullets and a near-panic caused among 2,000 spectators in the courthouse here Monday afternoon during an alterca- tion between Ewing C. London, acting Sheriff, and E. T. "Skeets" Martin, tick inspector. The wounded: Bud Ballew, former deputy to Buck Garrett, suspended Sheriff of Carter County, in the re- cent ouster proceedings; shot in the fright thigh and hip; William Whit- son, former Deputy Sheriff undei Garrett,. shot in the left arm and wounded twice in abdomen; E. J. Cowles, Deputy Sheriff; shot in left leg and foot; Robert P. Short, Deputy Sheriff, shot through left sleeve and head cut by glass; E. J. Bird, former jailer under Garrett, sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 February 1922

^ 'jL.S '.'t'' . , ytM~!,^v" v"/* W'"' •*'? i r* \> W®T ' KiK -'VY'1 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN .-"' Vy -i ; ,. I anuey & h\} Bjooihlct^^oii Illustrations bij / ^Itwin Myers, £S> O < .Copyright, by Doubleday, Page & Company. "TEACHER'S PET." SynopsiH.—With his grandfather, small Ramsey Milhollaml 1b watch- ing the "Decoration Day Parado" In the home town. The old gentle- man, a veteran of the Civil war, endeavors to impress the youngster with the significance of the great conflict, and many years afterward the boy was to remember his words with startling vividness. In the schoolroom, a few years later, Ramsey is not distinguished for brilliancy. He iiates German even more than arithmetic. "V 1 CHAPTER II—Continued. —2— Sometimes, too, there were moments of relaxation In tier class, when she would stop the lesson and tell the children about (lermany: What a beau- tiful, Rood country it was, so trim ami orderly, with such pleasant ciisinms, and all the people sensible, energ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 February 1922

M The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Husk. (Jherokee County, Texas W. 1- MARTIN Editor and Publisher OFFICE PHONE 3 16 SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year - - 11.60 81.x Months - - .73 Three Mouths - - .10 This paper stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered as second-class nutter .Inly hi. 919, at the postofflce at liu*U. Tex.is. un«i *r he Act of March 3. 1WB. t Matter intended for publication should be eigne:]. Address mailer i'or the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following as candidates for nomination for the office under which their name appears, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. For Congressman, Second Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. HOLCOMB P. B. MUSSLEWHITE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM For County Judge: J.J. BOLTON For Clerk of District Court: A. M. VINING For County Treasurer: EDNA BOBBITT Fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 February 1922

'// '7' - . . '-ik sn *V- Society and Clubs iXCra. W. L. cXCartin, Editor, Phone 69 Entre Nous. Mrs. Phillip Moseley was hostess to the Entre Nous Tues- day afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Charles Thompson. 42 was the diversion. The club prize was a guest room porcelain door knocker, won by Mrs. E. R. Gregg. A second prize, an in- cense burner, was won by Mrs. Sam Smith in a cut with all the guests. Those enjoying this hos- pitality Mesdames E. R. Gregg, Robert Hatchett, Charles Kerr, Wyatt Norman, Forrest Reagan, Frank Coupland, Carl Sherman. Charles Guinn, T. E. Tabb, W. J. Johnson, Sam Smith, W. E. Sloan, W. H. Shook, Charles Chapman, Clyde Priest, Harmon Stevens, James I. Perkins, Ir; Misses Lois Guinn, Cock, Hughes. Those assisting were Mrs. Will Thompson, Mrs. Earl Dixon, Miss Fay Thompson, Miss Pau- line King, a wish for each honor guest. A very delightful program was pre- sented; a toast to the Seniors by Nathalie McKay, a vocal solo by Luclle Edwards, the class pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 February 1922

■ •; ■ 'V , V, - v . "OE?p%«pf *.7 ■•'■'■":'• .,«•, • ' ■"• ' ■• ■ • - v :' , ' - r ■ ,'v '■ ■' ■ , ■ . THE RUSK CHFROKEEAN —— p WE M " / Eat, Sleep, Work and Feel Better Than in Twenty Years---/ Owe This Entirely to TANLAC It has made a new man out of me. This expe- rience, related by E. C. Bayne, contractor, of 124 South Honore St., Chicago, may be your experience alto if you take Tanlac, the world** most famous system builder. Feel fine, as nature intends you to feel. Get Tanlac today. At all good druggists. People who can't sleep get up early -and boast about it. DANDERINE Where Your Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business ' By EDWARD G. LOWRY Author "Washington Close-Ups," "Banks and Financial Systems," etc. Contributor Political and Economic Articles to Leading Periodicals and a Writer of Recognised Authority on the National Government's Busineas Methods. Copyright, Western Newspaper Union XII. Stops Hair Coming Out: Thickens, Beautifies. 85 cents ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 February 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Daddy's 4 Evei\ir\$ Fairy Tale ^jy/AARY GRAHAM DOWER. I '"*■ ""-' Bf VU1UN KIVJ^u 1 - r I GENERAL SPARROW'S ADDRESS "Gather' around me, friends and enemies," said General Sparrow, "and I'll give you un address." No sooner had lie snld this than all the sparrows around begun to ask each cither what the word address meant. Some of them pretended they knew and yet when they were asked they couldn't tell. Of course what they said was that they wouldn't tell. "An address," yelled (ieneral Spar- j row. In a louder and crosser tone than any of them had used—and they all lad been pretty cross—"means a speech or a talk. And I'm giving a talk to you today." There was another Interruption when the other sparrows nil shouted and argued and scolded about know- ing how to talk, themselves, perfectly well, Put General Sparrow was de- cided. "1 shall give an address," he said, and because they were rather curious to know what lie wjs going to say 1 hey listened. They uU perched ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 February 1922

They're Here and You'll Want to See Them; Those NEW DRESSES SUITS CAPES In all the new Styles, Fadrics, and Colors. In Dresses -Canton Crepe and Taffetas. In Suits—Serges and Poriet Twilf. Capes in all the new shades. Handsome Blouses in Canton Crepe and Crepe de Chine. You will like the elegance of the selections we have on display; quality is there, as well as exquisite style and beauteous colors. NOW is the the time to visit this shop and make selections Mrs. Besse Lewis L^dlies GamiTmeirfct aimdl Hoveltaes % Butler's Service Station (Walker Motor Co. old stand) Storage, Auto Repair Work, Auto Parts, Oils and Greases. We have good mechanics to care for your repair work and keep your car in serviceable condition. Service Cars at Your Command at Any Time. Careful Drivers EDWARD H. BUTLER proprietor Southeast of Square Phone 445 Are Yoa To Be a Winer or Later? Look at the men and women about you who have reached the age of fifty or more and you will see men and women who have won in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 March 1922

The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922 NO. 35 Jog On, Jehoshaphat. Road gets rougher every mile: (Cluck) Jog on, Jehoshaphat, an' show some style Mule's ^one lame an' the hens won't lay: Corn's way down an' wheat don't pay: Hogs no better, steers too cheap: Cows quit milking, meat won't keep: Oats all heated, spuds all froze: Fruit crop's busted, wind still blows: :Sheep seem puny, an' I'll b e durned Rye field's flooded an' the hay stack's burned, Looks some gloomy, I'll admit— (Cluck) Jog on, Jehoshaphat, we ain't down yit. Coal's in high an' crops in low: Rail rates doubled, got no show: Money's tighter, morals loose: Bound to get us-what's the use: Sun's not shinin' as it should: Moon ain't lightin' like it could, Air seems heavy, water punk: Tests yer mettle: shows yer spunk: No use stoppin' to d e b a t e— (Cluck) Jog on, Jehoshaphat, it's gettin' late. Wheels all wobble: axle's bent: Dashboard's broken, top all rent: One shaft splintere...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 March 1922

I -*:T -"/-i ■; ■ .V-VX ,• ' « ' Wp'<Wl - ' M ' i'- ' ' ^ ' :: •" :H •. . ' '-N' the rusk cherokeean STATES LOSE IN THEIR RATE MAKING FIGHT BARRIERS BELIEVED TO BE RE- ( MOVED BY THIS RULING OF i COURT. THE TEXAS CASE REMAINS All Essential Clauses of the Railroad Act Is Attached; Cry For , Amendments Predicted. Washington. D. C.—There now re-; mains no barrier between the State Railroad Commission and the Inter-) state Commerce Commission respect-j ing the latter's rate making authority' under the transportation act of 1920: as a result of the Supreme Court's! decision handed down Monday in the1 Wisconsin and New York passengerj rate cases, as viewed by State ComJ mission representatives and members of Congress. The court's opinion given construed Section 13 of the commerce act having to do with the preference, prejudice or discrimina- tion against interstate commerce, and Section 15-A, dealing with the 6 per cent return to the railroads, upholding both provisions and saying that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 March 1922

.-|'W hi in, mi, i z^rTritnU.S ■■ fP|Plli •: if^Ar B« **_. yum* >yj;# THE RUSK CHGROKEEAy i /r>^^ v ..Wr x/. Illustrations by ■^ 'h'vviN AWerfij Qj?£ur 100 tttlotf T 'X. CillHHt (IrliHB inted. BNN. lot S3 ♦Icu- Jef- Prloo (lenr* roxilS. rs dulV* quick* only act* Con- fine's. rer nie ll ..Copyright. by Doubieday, Page & Company. -o THE FIGHT. Synopsis.—With his Kmndfather, small Flamsey Milh^lland is watch- ing1 the "Decoration Day Parade" In the home town. The uld gentle- man, a veteran of the Civil war, endeavors to impress the youne- ster with the significance of trie «reat conflict, and many years aft- erward the hoy was to remember his words with startling vividness. In the schoolroom, a few years afterward. Ramsey is not d'stin- jrulshed for remarkable ability, though liis pronounced dislikes are arithmetic, "Recitations" and fir- man. In sharp contrast to Ram- sey's backwardness is the precocity of little Dora Yocum, a young lady whom in his bitterness lie denomi- na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 March 1922

WwM " The Rusk Cherokeean as-— and A weekly naw«pt i>er published every K rid ay naovnlng ttt Hunk. Uberokei- Couuty, I'exas W. U MARTIN Editor and Publisher OFKIOK PHONE 3 10 SUBSCRIPTION KATR8 One Year - - tl.IHI Six MouMm - - l liree Muattra - - .40 This uuper stups lit. e.\plrulluti of subscrip- tion. No pnper "forced" on anyone. Entered as second-ci'ass matter July Itl. till, at itn' postofflce at Texas. uii}!«t he Ac> <if March 3. 1S7I . . Math ■ Intended for ; u llcaUon should be •IfC'ie I vddiess mailer lor (lit- newspaper The Rusk Clierokeean Rusk, Texas. When siring up our tills on Tkt Biffest lnduttfyfe the Sooth. Broke, Backed Hu Judgment the 1st it hardly seemed possible 'j Cotton is the biggest and most Made Another Fortune. to contract so many in stich a Important product of the South A millionaire at sixty-five,! «hort month as February. —the staple crop, the thing that broke at sixty.six and wen on his Lynch Davidson, lieutenant brings more money into the C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 March 1922

... • * , V " "" -- i - Y>? ■ , wmmsS. SiKS^cs^si.- • "* ;#£ •-••- Society and Clubs Mrs. W. L. JiCarlin, b/iltor, Phone 69 Wednesday Club. Mr tanley Tucker I ntertains Spring blossoms were used as The Merry M ttrons were the decorations for a pretty party guests of Mrs. Stanley Tucker given Wednesday afternoon by 1 is* Thursday I'ternoon. Nar- Mrs. Mack Priest to the Weenies- < issus, hyacinths uid violets day Club. 42 was. the diversion i;i de the house <■ "dolent of spring of the afternoon, high score he- lime. ~ing made by Mrs. Shearon, Mis. T ree t ibles e rrmgedfor Cobble and Mrs. Fitts who cut t e players of M. The h i g h for the club pin; Mrs Shearon i s ore trophy, • won. The highest score of the: v<-e was won b- guests <vas made by Mrs. Carl o, • insolation Sherman who was presented with v a bouquet. Mrs. Shook and Mts. Clyde Priest assisted the hostess j in serving. The club members; present were Mesdames \Y'. R. T Sloan, Frank Guinn, Lee Guinn. P T. H. Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 3 March 1922

r-' m m'Jfe SMS H-V :.- ■ ftmrnmamm ' 1 FIFTY YEARS AGO A young inan who practiced medicine In Pennsylvania became famous and vas called in consultation in many towns and cities because of his suc- cess in the treatment of disease. This was Dr. l'ierce, who finally made up liis mind to place some of his medi- cines before the public, and moving to Buffalo, N. Y., put up what lie called his ^'favorite Prescription," and placed It with the druggists in every state. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has long- been recognized as a tonic for dis- eases peculiar to womankind. After suf- fering pain, feeling nervous, dizzy, weak and dragged-down by weaknesses of her sex—a woman is quickly restored to health by its use. Thousands of women testify that Dr. Pierce's Favor- ite Prescription has entirely eradicated their distressing ailments. More recently that wonderful discov- ery of Dr. Pierce's, called An-uric (for kidneys and backache), has been suc- cessfully used by many thousands whs w...

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