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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1897

New Fall Goods, New Fall Goods. Wo were fortunate in secur? ing some exceptionally good values in dress goods without the tariff attachment, and will offer on Monday 500 pieces of All Wool Plain and Fancy Novelties, comprising some of the choicest and most fashion? able weaves. Among them arc the FIGURED GRANITES, MOHAIR JACQUARD, PLAIN AND FIG? URED POPLIN, SILK AM) W<>OL PLAIDS, ALL WOOL FRENCH SERGES, ALL VVO< >L GERMAN AND FRENCH HENRIETTAS. CORDED REPS, ENGLISH COVERTS, IMPORTED , BROADCLOTHS. SILKS, SILKS, SILKS, Full assortment of Silks, consisting of the choicest of patterns, such as Roman Stripes, Plaids in All Colors, jancy Novelties, clia ngea ulk taffetas, Black and Figured Satin. Millinery, Millinery. i 50 dozen Felt Hats, com? prising all the new shapes. Among some of the leading shapes for immediate use are English Walking Hats, the Tourist, the Plaid Sailors and the Tani-o'-Shahters. Jackets and Gapes. We have just received...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1897

9oo1)rops Vegetable Preparation for As - simulating UicToocl and Regula - ling llic StoDtachs and Dowels of Inpatv rs / ChildtreV ] Promotes DigesUon.Checrful nessandRcst.Contains ncilrtcr Opiurn,Morphinc nor >fincral. Not Narcotic. /A^orOMBrS^LMUELPJTUIER I*umpr\in Sct?~ rUx'.Srnna * JRoeUlU SJ? - Am si Seed * Jr/frmiinl - in Cart onatt Soda * J firm Sec ti - Chrifiid Sujar . Hiintuyrcrn flarvr. A perfect Itemed v forConstipa lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca. Worms .Convulsions Tcverish iiess and loss of sleep. Tac Simile Signature of new york. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE --OF IS ON THE OF EVERY BOTTLE Oir Cnttorla la put op is ote-sizo bottles cnly. It ia not sold ia bulk, D.vj'; allow anycao to sell yoa anything olto cn tho pica r>r promiso th.it it is "just as good" and "will answer ovory pur? pose." CjT See. that you got O-A-S-T-0-It-l-A. Tho fic tinilo ?gsxtat M Mi &1 ffp havo demonstrated, cxperLs admit, and every one Is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: u"T*AKFi n look through our establishment? Certainly, in a fow moment*.** " Yes, wo occupy the whole building?threo stories, fifty-two and u hMf by ninety feot. Nearly fifteen thousand squaro feet of floor space. All 1 . our largest and tlnest presses aro on this floor. This fnc is tin* l te-t addili .1. I prints u sheet 29x42 at a maximum speed of 2,400 impressions an h< u>, ruimiil?l! vithout perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click' that dues ono good to lirtvn t? Wo doubt if its equal, for its class of work, is in the State." "This is tho press wo uso for our finest Illustrated Catalogue, School Annual, md ?Uber Hook Work; prints a shoot 31x50. It is driven by a direct, individual deetrio motor?no bolts or pulleys." "Thcso two aro for Railroad and Commercial Work, tho largest one being upH for copying-ink work almost exclusively. All of our presses have automatic count inj ? machines which register tho sheets as they arc printed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1897

If a Man Goes To a Tailor For a suit of clothes it moans be wants something better than ready-made clothes. It stands to reason that measured gar? ments contain an individuality that cannot be found in stock goods. Our tailoring depart? ment is such that we guarantee satisfaction in every respect. Suits from $20 up. D. M. TAYLOR, Blatter ami Furnisher, 112 JelTersou street. NEUMANN NOT JWANTKU. Germany Refuses to Recoguize President McKinley'a Cousul to Cologue. Berlin, Oct. 7.?The German govern met t refuses to recognize ^Ferdinand Nenmaun,of Illinois,\\ ho was nominated by President McKinley on May 2S to he United Stutes consul to Cologne. PASSED liOGUS CHECKS. New York, Oct. 7.?Emmett C. Gib? son, vice-president of the Akron and Ohio Railroad Company, who is stopping at Hotel Bnrtholdi, was artested tins after? noon charged with passing bogus checks on H. P. Sim son, auditoi of the Hotel Netherland, at Philadelphia. It is said that Gibson laid dewn bogus checks and bonds to the a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 October 1897

VOL. XVIII. KO.^ SPECIAL BARGAINS] 1 "J(i Xo. 1 Crescent, in good condition, will sell for $18 cash; 1 Second-Hand "Ramhier," with new $10 tires just put. on, will sell at $25; 1 '07 model Kagle at $y0;".l Second Hand Columbia at $12; 1 Second-1 land Cleveland at $25; also, those new Cleveland^, which we aro sell? ing at $57.50 cash, or $10 on installments ?$10 cash and $5 per mouth. '? CYCLE 108 Salem avenue s. w. i I Did You See 4 What Patitk did for A I 2 them in two of his handi- z % t ap. on a COLUMBIA ? J i a - # i EDWARDS. GREEN t a Manufacturing Jowolor and a cirndunte Optician, J $ a 6 SALEM AVE. <? 4 - # a Agency Columbia and Hartford <p IF YOU WERE" AT THE RACES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY You have not forgotten how Xelms and Hanna rode the "Spalding" to the win? ning mark. These men are fast riders and know a good wheel when lhey see one. They say the "Spalding" is the BEST WHEEL BUILT. It won them a number of prlv.es too numerous to mention. THE FISHBURN C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 October 1897

THE TIMES. KVKHV MORNINO, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOBB PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 133 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAOE PREPAID.*: DAILY, ONE MONTH. 00 " THREE MONTHS.$l..r)0 " 81X MONTHS. 3.00 " UN 1'. /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ?????u. i IlnslneaH Oltlce.14? I Kdltorlal Uuonis.1*4 Interstate Vliones?Same numbers for the same locations. OCTOBER. 8 M T W T P S . 1 2 8 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 13 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 20 27 28 29 30 31 A man named Whltehead has invented a flying machine with four wing?, wh Ich ho calls the "FSyiag Condor.'" We always supposed the great bird of the Andes, though ir lias only two wings, could also fly. _ Train robbers are showing considerable nctlvity in Missouri,and as the last hold? up occurred within six milesof Kansas, near the scene of similar exploits of the James boys, it is evident that, though they retired from business mnnv yeard ago, there are others in Missouri who de? sire to follow t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 October 1897

Youth Likes Something Tasty In tho morning ??8 well as little chil? dren and old I'oUs, und a dish of our Scotch Oatmeal, Quaker Rolled Oats, Rreakfast Flakes, Cerealine, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Grits, Wheatona, or any of our cereals or farinaceous foods, that make a tempting, toothsome and healthy breakfast dish, will fill the bill these cool mornings better than anything else. SANDY P. FIGGAT & CO. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR COAL? Then Go to W. K. Andrews & Co., 219 SALEM AVENUE. They will furnish on short notiee Anthracite, Pocahontas, Kimball, Caledonia, Russell Creek, Brush Mountain, Alma and Andrews1 Celebrated Red Ash. You may know their teams by the bells. /Etna LIthia Water! WONDERFUL! Sec Whal Et Doch. We Guarantee It, or ICofaiul the 5lone.y Paid For It. VIRGINIA MINERAL SPRINGS COMPANY: Since trio ago of three months my little uirl suffered with rt skin dis? ease all ovnr Its head und face. After trying numerous remedies I could not relieve it. I commence...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 October 1897

HORSES WIN AGAINST MEN. Novel Race Between a Quad and Six Thoroughbreds. Philadelphia,! Oct. 8.?Tho five-mile match between the quad ridden by J. P. Starhuck,Cbarlea Church, B. B. Stevens, and Robert P. McCurdy aud a relay of six running horses at Tioga track this af? ternoon attiacted a crowd of 2,500 peo pie who witnessed one of tho most novel and exciting races that ever occurred on this track. The horses won by less than five yards, in the time of 51:52. During the last relay the most intense excitement prevailed. Tho spectators yelled, threw their hats in the air and broke the benches on the grand stand su crazily excited did the crowd become as the quad and the horses rounded the bend into the finish. The distance each horse ran, the mount and the order of the relay are as follows: Romo ?Bouy), one mile. Addle Kirk (Campbell), two-thirds of a mile. Tamaqua (Heinrich), one mile. Ellio S. (Neel). two-thirds of a mile. Helen F. (Courtier), one mile. Statesman (Asbourue), two-thir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 October 1897

fiOSEl?ll BR?S NEW FALL GOODS. - NEW FALL GOODS, AW were fortunate in secur? ing some exceptionally good values in dress goods without the tariff attachment, and will offer on Monday 500 pieces of All Wool Plain and Fancy Novelties, comprising some of the choicest and most fashion? able weaves. Among them are the FIGURED GRANITES, MOHAIR JACQUARD, PLAIN AND FIG? URED POPLIN, SILK AM) wool PLAIDS, ALL wool FRENCH SERGES, ALL WOOL GERMAN AND FRENCH HENRIETTAS. CORDED HEPS, ENGLISH COVERTS, IMPORTED broadcloths. SILKS, SILKS, SILKS, Full assortment of Silks, consisting of the choicest of patterns, such as Roman Stripes, Plaids ix All Colors, j-ancy Novelties, clia moe a ulk t.\ feetas, Black and Figured Satin. 50 dozen Felt Hats, com? prising all the new shapes. Among some of the leading shapes for immediate use are English Walking Hats, the Tourist, the Plaid Sailors and the Tam-o'-Shanters. Jackets and Oapes. We have just received a big assortment of Ladies' and Children's Jackets, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 October 1897

WM Wo have demonstrated, experts admit, nnd every one is con vim- od that Genuine W bite Topaz eaiinot bo detected from real diamonds. White Topaz is tlio stone you have rend so much about. Thooiiethitt lias fooled the pawn brokers. Place them side by side with Keuulno diumouds und no one enn tell the difference. Wo huvo sold thousands of the?:o stones ut from one to ten dollars, but in order to introducethemiquick? ly as well as to find out the advertising; medium best suited to our business, wo muko this We will send you a beautiful, brilliant, genuine \Vlilti)Topaz,whlchcanbo mount etl in a ring, scarf or ncckttopin, stud,cuff buttons, locket or pair earrings, like any article In this border on receipt of. These stoues are exactly the same as those we have advertised at oue dollar. This Offer for a Few Days Only Cut out this advertisement and send It ?s together with 25c. In coin or stamps and we win send von a Wiu. 'topaz by return mall; a stone that vou can be justlv proud of a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 October 1897

Digestion' Packing-house lard, with all oi qualities, has heeu supplanted ir discriminating housewives by which meaus better food, bettc is pure vegetable oil, combined wi digestible beef suet. It is endorsed as healthful and recommended by c ns preferable to nil animal fats for frying purposes. TlioiionulnoOottolono 13 sohl everywhere In yellow tins, with out tnule-mnrkH?"C\>ltotene" cotton-plant wreath? oil overy tin. Not tuumi other wuy. Mnde only by THE N. K; FAIRnANK con Chicago. st. Loula. New York. THE DEADLY HATPIN. A DnugorouK Weapon Sometimes b'sod by Desperate Women. The bntpin lias become tbo weapon of the women of the Tenderloin district of New York city, and a most dangerous otic it is, and tbo police, who seem to be the chief sufferers, nro seriously considering if legislative action cannot be tnkon to abol? ish hatpins altogether. Thoy want the currying of them to lie mnde unlawful, just as it is unlawful to carry concealed weapons. In London there is 11 s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 October 1897

If a Man Goes To a Tailor For a suit of clothes it means he wants something better than ready-made clothes. It stands to reason that measured gar? ments contain an individuality that cannot he found in stock goods. Our tailoring depart? ment is such that we guarantee satisfaction in every respect. Suits from $20 up. D. M. TAYLOR, flatter and Furnisher, 112 Jefferson street. ? i??????5??? III iii> INJURED IX A RUNAWAY. Cntlett. Va , Oct. S ?William Tomp ]?ins, a promineut furuiHT ami business man, living near Cnsinuva, a station on the Warreutou branch of the Southern, was probably fatally injured in a runa? way accident yesterday evenin". Miss Butler Tompkins, his sister, was badly hurt, and Rev. Mr. Magill and Rev. Mr. Nelson were severely bruised. STANDS aT THE HEAD. Aug. .1. Bogel, the leading druggist of Shreveport, La., says; ''Dr. King'.-, New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough, -Mid it is che best seller I have " J. V. Campbell, merchant of Stafford, A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 October 1897

VOL. XVILI, NO. SPECIAL BARGAINS! 1 'U(l No. 1 Creocent, in good condition, will sell for $18 cash; 1 Second-Hand "Humbler," with new $10 tires just put. on, will sell at $25; 1 '07 model Eagle at $80;;i Second Hand Columbia at $12; 1 Second-Hand Cleveland at $25; also, those new Clevelands, which we are sell? ing nt $37.50 cash, or $10 on installments ?$10 cash and $5 per month. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, 108 Salem avenue s. w. 9 What Pattik did for 5 them in two of his handi- ? 5 t J caps on a COLUMBIA ? S $ EDWARDS. GREEN i 0 Miliiufu? lurliiL' Jowelor und *J $ O rail unto Optician, A 4 $ 4 6 SALEM AVE. 9 ^ Agency Columbia and Hartford ? 5 Bicycles. i 9 9 IF YOU WERE" AT THE RACES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY You have not forgotten how Nelms and Hanna rode the "Spalding" to the win? ning mark. These men are fast riders and know a good wheel when they see one. They say the "Spalding" is the BEST WHEEL BUILT. It won them a number of prizes too numerous to mention. THE FISHBURN CO., AGENTS, 10 C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 October 1897

THE TIMES. BVBRT morning, except monday. roanokk publishing co., publishers and proprietors, 122 campbell ave. ??.W. TERM8 by mail (postage prepaid): DAILT, one month. GO " three months.|1.50 ?' six months. 3.00 " onn /ear, in advance. 5.00 sunday edition, one year. 1.00 ?nml.M.)l!'"lnM" Ofllce.143 PUO.MJS. ^ Kdltorial Koomi.1?4 Interstate Phones?Same numbers for tho same locations. OCTOBER. S M T W T F S . 1 2 3 4 5 8'} 89 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 23 2-1 25 26 27 28 29 30 81 . The Democrats of Louisville claim that the*Republicans are shipping negroes by tho carload into that city from States ad? joining Kentucky with a view of carrying the election in November. As they seem to have caught on to the alleged scheme it will hardly prove a success. If Baltimore had played as well in tho concluding games for the championship of the league as the team is playing now Boston would not have won the pennant. It often happens, however, when most is expected the least is obtaine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 October 1897

AT YOU ALL 1897 MODEL HIGH GRADE WHEELS; MORGAN & WRIGHT, NEWTON, VIM AND CHASE TIRES. OPEN FOR INSPECTION WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 100 Ladies', Gents', Girls', and Boys' Wheels to be sold absolutely to the highest bidder without any limit or reserve whatever. Jefferson street, next door to the "Western Union Telegraph Office. These wheels are all strictly high-grade, made by the world renowned firm of JOIIX P. LOVELL ARMS CO., and known as the "Lovell Diamond" and "Lovell Excell," and fully guaranteed by the manufacturer, and, unless bought from us, cannot be bought for less than $75 and $100. The Lovell Arms Co. will not put its name to a wheel that is not STRICTLY HIGH GRADE. The "VICTORY" is made in Philadelphia, Pa., by Keim it Co. We herewith give rt description of the construction of the wheels and feel sure that they will meet with the approval of the public FRAME?Diamond pattern, made from the best steel tubing, with drop-forged connect ions. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 October 1897

A TEN STRIKE FOR LYNCHBURG. Tho Famous Company of Cossacks Se? cured lor Her Fair. The entertainment features to be given nt the Lynchburg fair are far ahead in quality of any preceding year, and It will Indeed be strange If everyone who attends Is not more than pleased with what they see. A special feature will be that by tho renowned troop A, of the Sixth United States cavalry, from Fort. Alyer, this State, win through influence of Congressman Otey, will bo ordered there next week by the Secretary of War. This morning a telegram was received from Major Otey in Washington, stating that this troop of cavalry would arrive thero Tuesday morning and would re? main the balance of the week at. the fair grouuds. This Is the "crack troop" of the entire United States cavalry, and has been giv? ing public exhibitions at a number of places this year; indeed so often has it been called out tor "dress parade" ser? vile this year that the Secretary of War only test week refused to order it to on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 October 1897

A cordial invitation is ox tended to the ladies of Roan oke and vicinity to attend our of Parisian Hats and Bonnets Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, OCTOBER 13, 14, and 15, Our facilities for this display of Millinery this season excels that of all others, owing to the fact that we have enlarged our store, and therefore have room to make a better exhibit of our goods. You will find our large and commodious store tilled with all the latest styles and most magnificent lines of Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods, Plain and Fancy Silks, Ladies1, Misses1 and Children's Jackets and Capes. On Tuesday Night, BEFORE THE FIRST OPENING DAY, A FREE CONCERT rendered by the Roanoke Ma? chine Works Band will be given in our store between the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock, to which the public is cordially invited. Open for inspection only, and nothing will be sold dur? ing the concert. 26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave? THE NIGHT SCHOOL OF TUK COLLEGE NOW OPEN. SESSIONS BEGIN AT 7 P. M, SOME LOCAL NEWS THE ROA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 October 1897

AN OP E~|?r~crp WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD " CASTORIA," AND "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. i, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of -PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same thai has borne and decs now ^?on evenJ bear the facsimile signature of (^a^/yf/^^^ wrapper. Ulis is the original : PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty yea LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought s/V'//*~,?/~ on ^e an? has the signature' of C^a^/^^c^if. wrap? per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex? cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. /? ^ * March S, 1S07. <2^'.?~^ ^/^U^-^ft,^. Do Not Be Deceived. Co not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in? gredients of which even he does no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 October 1897

Ilching, ncaly, bli odlnif palniB, shapvlcPH null?, and painful nugor ends, pimple?, blackh? ad?, oily, motliy skin,dry, Iiiin, und fallln? halr, Heb. iUK.?caly ?calps, all yiold quickly to warm bathP ?with OUTIonrtA BOAT, and goullo nnolutlng? with CuTicunA (olntmcntj, tho great skin euro. It ?old throughout the world. Fottkb Dbdo ibd Cn eu. Cour., hole Prop*., llo.tnn. ?f " llow to 1'rodurc Soft. Wh.it? lUodt," frte. ITCHING HUMORS :,3^gZ?J7 ICELAND'S NEW WOMAN. (Malta Johniiusdottlr Works For Teinpor RUca mid Woioan'h Illglitf). , "The little now woman of the north," is what Olnfla Juhannsdottlr has been culled. She 1b president of tho National Women's Christian Tomporanco union of farolT Iceland and she will lio one of tho most Interesting figures at tho convention of the world's AY. C. T. U., which is to bo f H. AFI A JOnANKSDOTTIR. held in Toronto very soon. Miss Johanns dottir is now visiting Miss Ruth ShafT ncr, a teacher in the Indian school at Car? lisle, Pn. In her own ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 October 1897

"Hats?" "Yes, sir; of them." D. M. TAYLOR, Hatter ami Furiiislicr, 112 Jefferson street. P. S.?Something new In Ties, too. ROBBED THE MAILS. Norfolk, Vs., Oct. 9.?Edward Binck, colored, who serves the postmaster at Rocky Meant in the capacity of porter, was caught in the act of stealing and opening letters ano parcels from the post oihee coxes. Having access to the mail? ing department of the oilice he was a sworn attache, and he was arrested promptly and held for a hearing before a United States commissioner STANDS AT THK HEAD. Aug. J. Logel, the leading druggist of Sbreveport. La., says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the only thing that cores my cough, -Mid it is the best seller I have " J. E. Campbell, merchant of Stalford, Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is all that is claimed for it; it never fails, and is a sine cure for consumption, Coughs, Colds. I cannot say enough for its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is not an experiment. It h...

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