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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

HOT OK COLD. ' ? r la aa? Try Uw Hot Chocolate McGEE'S PHARMACY 101 OAMMEUj avkkvb, s. w. r R ESCIIfPTlOM DH V GO I ST 8 Ota* la aad Hal tuafkn, **4 r?M Ma, wKoni )IKU MCat'LTI KlUarney Rom*. Hvmi Ptii. or 1 JUT ?f Valley. KALXON, rt>ORI8T. Hotnoke. V*. NOT FOB NOTHING, BUT TOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH DO WE DESIRE TOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to Yon. TKLErBOXE in. _ RADFORD STEAM IAUNDRY. OYSTERS Don't forget that we receive daily Shipments of the famous sealshipt oysters, and carry them in improved sanitary cases. Vegetables White Cabtoaca. Turnip*. " Pumpklna, Pumlp, Orer Onlooa, Corn. rutauwa. binh Pau "NwWUM. Lecture, Cetarr. .. Fruits Florid* Orange*. Oomwrt Grape*. >'!?(?? <Sr*pee, Juicy I/emnm, Oioloe Bujuiw. ? i?nro onpofHiit, Katlng Apples. . Meats Ooontry Side MnM. tVmntrj tauntr, Frankfurters. Pork. ? , Veal. RnliM Tor making dellcloua cake use KA-KO. On# package la enough for a three layer cak*. For maklnf delldoua dourh nuta um DO-XK-DO. N...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

THK III 1 I I \ It l > v \ | < >i > \ A Roanoke court and a Roanak' }ory, prtddfd over by Juiljcr A. A.1 Campbell, of Wythevllle. have decid-' that & billiard establishment can" h* optrttrd in connection with the kar of Elks Home. Other rue* of a ?Imliitr nature before the court are those of the Eailcn Home and Shenandoah Club. Should Judgment follow the precedent laid down by the Elka (lection, any club here built along similar lines can operate b!l-[ I lards to It* heart's content. The ?ii-; vorce of Mloon and billiard parlors In Roanoke has seemed to work well.' It la a policy (Irmly planted In thej city's government; and, according to: tho ruling of corporation court, there! la but one thing that can Interfere with It. That one thing is an admlsston that a social or fraternal organi-' ?atlon shall be an exception to the ml*: that a saloon run' by a private Individual shall be compelled to observe the law. but that a saloon ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

ROANOKE MUSIC CO. C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. PIANOS, PLAYERS Very Easy Terms * and "No Notes to Sign" Factory Branch House 117 W. Campbell Ave. JUninirp Tonight. -V niammu., of widespread Interest' will take place'tlTTS-evening whm MIm Anna lx.rMtn Oarry. daughter of Mrs. M. A. (Hrfjr and Sir. Arthur Monroe ?""lay. ion of Mr. and Mm. Alfred flay, t>f Norfolk. V'*., will be solemn lied at S:30 o'clock at the home of the bride-elect's mother on Heventh avenue. 9- W. Roanoke (>rtii<?trnl Society OdwWt The Ituanuke Orchestra, u?siated by Madame May f luniaker-Heyne," gave a ' saexgd je'oticert itt the Jefferson Theatre yesterday afl?rn?ou for the benefit of tbe music library .of thin City, t V Ittmo and representative audience filled the auditorium to-'show their warm appreciation of the work being lone by thla orchestra of thirty mam-j bera. Hoanoke l? fast becoming the artistic center of Virglnl.u, and It la only In having such ootirerta ju. th.at Of yeatard...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

sd from pmc* On) Mrs. Henry Huffman, of Flnoastls, ? bNB visiting Mm. & C. Kslnj returned home. H ? ? ? y*-i * wqkm&gm mamwwB^ Wc**it ^nlnakt South* >-*t Time* Pulaski society ladlss are havinij Ml unusual busy round of entertainment this week, there being at least stx social feature* announced for the WWk. fc me of these are arranged in ^WBfllaMat to one of the brides of the fall aeason. others the meeting of the cluhe, while M others matron* will entartain informally at cards. The round of gaiety bepux yesterday with the linen shower at Mrs. H. C. Ollmsr's and the meeting of the Km?broidery Club and Will conclude with a kitchen shower to be riven Friday Wternoon by Mrs. Pries In honor of Ifl? Darst's approaching wedding. ? ? ? - Mrs. Oilmrr'H lines Shower. Ths linen shower given on Tues" dar by Mrs. Howard C. Ollmsr. In ?honor of Miss Man* Ella Darat proved Ion* of the most delightful aoclal nf?fnirs of the season. The lovely home 'dsoorated with...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

FRENCH KID GLOV ES In Black. White, and Tan. Two claipi. A perfect fitting Otove. In all, sises. Thla name quality will coat you from $1.&0 to 12.50 elsewhere. Send ua your order. We Pay Postage j>n All Orders Roanoke Clothing Co. WOMAN'S KPECIAI/TY SHOP. 10 Caniptiell At*. 1* n#Im?i Are. Roanoke, Va. Frnit ua a smali sample of your hair and we will send you a beautiful 3-stream 24-Inch Hair Braid for $1.45, by mail, prepaid. A much heavier and larger Hair Braid, SO Inches long, to match your hair, for ?S.Sft. Delivered to your door; lf*you don't like them we "wMI refund your money. Complete line of Indies' Suits. Coats, Skirts, Ready-to-Wear Hati, at very loweat prices. Tell ua wfiat you want; we will t>e triad to send It. ? ? ? "? 102 Kalem Avenue. ('limit Henry M. VAN LEAR BROS. PHARMACY too f?. -Jefferson St. Can'dy: Huyler's, 80c pound. Half to 5-pound boxes. Cadet, i6c pound. Till: RPXAM, STOFIE." -HI VLKR S ONE C\SttY." ROANOKE. VA. I.lggett'...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

YY & rt iving y winds arid a sharp drop in t h<^ toiiiiu'L-aUni-. t'xperifiiml?dminir? week, compel you to realize that it is about time to tliiuk of hein# more warmly % *-j . ?. We feel that this is, more than likelv, your frame of mind today. This week-we will inaugurate our big'autumn sale of underwear l or every member of the family. Underwear that not only is made of the best and most suitable fabrics, but fits perfectly. No other kind-genuine comfort, no other kind finds a place in our store: Everyone is done with?or should be done with?undergarments that grip or pucker or go in wads. .Such underwear might have served Sjonie purpose a decade ago, but comfort and perfect fit are today's essentials. No woman^-nor man, either-?can allow the underwear either t<> he-nneomfor-1 table or ill-fitting?voii 11'not find either kind here. - > *, ? ? "Rii-hplinn" <nporinv liiwb'iyarmenta offor perfect fit and exclusive feat...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

- , vfT;.. ? A phr?M w* hear a hundred times a day. To knov "what's really new" aha must come to our Coat Department (or a true picture. We can describe them, but "aa*ing In believing." and we want every woman to *ee thU wonderful collection. Sport Onaia; as to 40 inch** In length; are exceptionally, favored tor walking, morning, shopping. motoring and a general utility coat V?ry . jaunty In Duvetyne, Epohge. Chinchilla, and Scotch mixture*. Specially priced. 90.00 to 923..V). uwgw CnM?: ?1 to 41 nfiFIRsl are correct styles: PoUcIs Cbevlui*?are atrunglf favored, aa well ?? Pile fahrlcn. Chinchilla and Brccades. Pleaalng colore of mahogany. green, navy, Copenhagen, tan. black and combinations demand their attention. Conaerva'tlvoly priced from 910.00 to tM.OO. First olumltitc of IBIS Fur?. Mink, Martin. Red Fox. natural Lynx. Civet Cat. Blue Wolf. French Mole. Variety. Reliability and Moderate price*. Wherever you buy your Fura. know the houte. To buy Furn necessitate* confldonce. Fr...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

TERRITORY TO BE OPENED BY CANAL Panama Canal Will Result In Economic Conquest of the Pacific and the Ex ploitation of Katural Riches of Weatern Part of the American "Conti- ~ near Paris, October Jf.?France. the bulld?r of thf luai Canal and first to b?wfn toe work In Panama, has followed American pro?rr** i>n the Isthmus mora earnestly perhaps than any other Kurop??n country. Re*r#t that France eould ?At have completed the work ?>? nobly jooc*|v?) liege* the appreciative com(itnt of French obMrfi-m on the eom9>ottun of the tast enterprise. The French fov?rnm?ni ha* ma<ie n studv of th? effects or the opening of thf canal on French comr.ii'ri't. The - XtlnUin s of the Navy, of Commcw and the Colonlea appointed u commleUM of four member*. M Julllf'lrrt, enaineJr In chief of board ?>f bridges ? Mid highways: M. Ifouvry. an engineer In t*e bureau of art* and manulm'tur** Of the ministry of commerce and two moval officers, Ututunant*...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

Sleuths a Merry By Georfc S. Doaghev tj. I Second Deputy Police Commtak*** of New York. I .OorHset. leu. ?(?!<? T"rt n-+? <*? au rkr*t? GRM8 worth a king's ?nw? J valued by dlttrood nprrti at $80,000, but pricelese In th* estimation of their owner. because of eentlmen'al _ reasons-lay buried in a rode box In Morningaide Park, In New York city, for mooths while detectives whom I ltd scoured tha country at lane for a tantlble clew through?which?i?iwild?tauten?tha erime upon tha thief who abstracted them from a vault, a man 1 suapected and ahadowed from tha day of their taking, but who bad kept up a brave front to tha end. These, In a nutahell, are tb? facU surrounding the theft of the jeweir of Mra. P. Ambrose Clark, the capture, releaae, recar>tn?? and conviction of "Billy" Coleman, tha thief who ao atevcrty stole them and who aobaeqoently lad ma one of the merriest ehaeee of my profeseional carear. Had Jamea Feniuiore Cooper Imagined, when he wrote "...

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Page PAGE TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

tlirMtorlwd the DitU Club meet at the felr ?*turdey, end although the final r?w iuad to be abandoned on account of the rain, the .?vein ?m a tle- ?' succesa "Ifce winner* In th* different' events Were as follow*: Five-mils motorcycle re*e: Webb. first: tMierman. iter- I and; Holland. iKIiJ; ?*?ayh??- f-.. Time. rssv naJf-?Ue >U?h. bicycles: K. H ?1?her. ft rat K. F. RtoatM.it. second; C. I jHudaon. third: Graham, fourth- 11 Stone, fifth. Time. 1:27 S-S. \ Five-mil* motorcycle race:' Webb. ' Sherman. aaeond; Holland, third i ttlughae. fourth Ttou-. 7:Si s-5. 95'"j vJI?uill? daeS.?bu\vt:h'it mtu.navr. ? rlret; Fieh.-.r. second. C. H Hudson. 1 hlrd Time. J:1S I-S. Fifteen - mil* tnutonycU race.' W"ghee. first; Wehb. second; Hh?rman. hhlrd; Holland, fourth. Time. lt.4?. The official* of the mr?( were Kef- ' frree. J. M. Marina. Judge*.-. l>* Klieer. ! C M, Thome*. q. C. Etter. Umekeep- ?! Jer*. T. 8. Frapkltn. K. C. t'artrr. C. I ?Armstrong: scorer*, W. H. Hart!,.'...

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Page PAGE THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

Local Theatres AMUSEMENTS ANOTHKK HAHIIY KV COCOA Uory of TO* ?S?w Pl?>. "Ttic Will." "Th? Will", J. M. Btrrie'i latest auctri?, will be icted her* by John Drew In conjunction with <?. Haddon Cham(kmuiw comedy, "The Tyranny of Tear*." Thin double bill of works by eminent English pU wrl|ht? flight to dollaht Mr. I?r?v>* clientele t f'local admirer* ami ?nthusta*ta. Mr. l?raw will appear at the Academy Wednesday, uotober >>. Of course the chief Interest will locus upon Burrla's play because of Its novelty. Th? 'WlH" Is a chronological play. It has humor. It has ^tlbe, it 1* human throughout. Mr. Drew will portray a msn at three different ispochs of his life ' Kirst he In a ^ouni: English cler^ of about 35 jwith an Income, which he consider* fcnormous, of u year. The ual ene shows him purse-proud, overfearing business man of 45 with a kortune of neurly half a million. In the last seen* he has u title ?nothing rise. He Is Immensely ...

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Page PAGE FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

LANCASTER * 1 ? ?t _ tl)? workman who . wall on the premises of , at UneMttr Court* ed a hue* tooth and a . the back bono of a primeval Oa ?lamination, they proved naaina of an American mailarreat animal that ever American continent, and ?l?ph?nt. IV of theae Immense remain* ? excitement la the vll- .. it It waa lUKfittJ by that the tooth waa the jaw toath of oM aatmn. which he had shed while roaming through the world 1*1 prlmevsd time*, and there are aome mboi( the colored people of that victn-l Ity who atlll cling to this belief. The tooth la perfectly black, the enamel on It ImIic aa perfect aa when In the mouth of the moaater. Ita top surface la nine by three and a half Inches, and from the top of the tooth to the; tip of the root. It muat have been from : 1* to It Inches. The roots are aearlv " -u gone, but the tooth atlll weighs , something mora than live pounds. its ! top surface Is composed of four double cusps, or conical projections, and the resemblance of these cusps to t...

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Page PAGE FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

Many persona are waiting for the time to ooipe when it will be eaaier to begin to save money than the present. Thia TIME will nercr oon?e. As each year in the future brings additional demands and responsibilities, therefore the time to start earing money ia right now. as only today is ours. CITY NATIONAL BANK MARKETS Work Market. Krrw York, Oct. 17.The stock market was lift-1?** at the opening tomarket variations from Haturdaya ClOM. , ? Hour. New York, Oct 26.?Money on call nominal, no loans, time loan* steady, ?4 flays <4??H per oent, ninety days five: sis months *%? Prime mercantile paper par cant Starling exchange weaker 410.14 for Hit)- daya, ?\S li (or demand. Commercial bills titH: har silver 10. Mexican dollars 41. li government honda eaay, rati road 1 onda Irregular. Cit>ea New York. Oct 18.?Thara waa a renewal of bullish excitement in today's 1 cotton market and near months made ; ijew high records for the aeaaon with 1 i>ecember contracta ...

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Page PAGE SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 27 October 1913

. . X. Good Flour Required To Make Good 'Bread Every woman recognizes the important part that the quality of flour plays in the results of her bakipg, and good bread is more certain if the flour is right. In our purchases of flour, quality is always th? first requisite, and we are prepared to offer you a splendid brand. TABLE TALK, at a reasonable price. A 24-lb. sack, only 65c, or $5.10 a barrel, in wood. Obelisk Flour, 85c a sack. If There'? Wsw. C*4m lk? nmm. Ws Rave ?. WARM AS A TOAST IS THIS .1ICK WOOL. UNDERWEAR We're Selling at ONE and ONE FIFTY The Garment. GOME AND SEE IT. W.R. Hancock Co. Successor Co Geo. W. Payne Co. .. Do yon know about Dr. Deimel Linen Mesh Underwear? DTJNLAP HATS, OBOSS GLOVES. i a. ? At the Olympia Cafe roa will And a restaurant that can mm you to your entire satisfaction. Urfc dining-room with quick and willing walterahnd food- prepared Hi jrrMt atyle^makea this an Ideal placa to din*. The price wo cMtrg* la very reasonable. Wt urn everything in f?a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 October 1913

THE WEAffHEB. ROANOKE. VA.. TUESDAY AFT NOON, OCTOBER 28, 1913, V< >L. 58?Xo. 95, COLORED PORTERS WILL AID N. & W. PASSENGERS growth of Ruling Barring Those Without . Tickets From th e Train Platform. r SULZER THROWS CONVICT INTO HIS CONTEST SEEKS SAFETY OK GUNBOAT WHEELING Applied to Consulate Last Night for Protection?Admiral Fletcher Wants In-?.?t,ructions-.Returns From Sunday's Election Are Meager.---Catholic Party Seems to Have the Lead, But Dictator's Vote May! Upset Result. v i LIND 18 MAKING AN INVESTIGATION Vera t>07..'Mexiro. Oct. 2H. funeral Felix IHh/. applied to th?* Amrriean consulate during the li.trhT l'or ;??* ?leei ion and was taken ihoard fh,e I'nited State guid?oat. Wheeling. .lone Sandova and (_>?' cilia OfiOQ, two Mexicans, and Alexander Williams, an Aincrican: newspaper correspondent. w[ho, i?.;?de similar application also wer" li|ten aboard. Wheeling's Light Draft. Washington, |). (*., Oct. 2fi.? The Whe...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 October 1913

Croup, ?f MBSTEROLE ? Xfai Mltthi p4fn for nearly wtryOM la !he Ibmuy. When little Hu*le ti?d Hie cfoop. when .lohhny got hie feet wet U4 caught oold.&WlUK' tether ?prnined Me km ?hen Granny'* rheumatism botherIf her? - That Jar of MU8TEROLE wm right there to give relief and eomflrt. , KTCSTKROUE I* a clean. White ointment, made with oil of mustard. ^It will not blister Uke a mustard jpiaaWhkC^p^S v ?raUaf?for?Rats?EimL Stiff _i= >Xk. Neuralgia. Headache, (joniceetlon. Pleurisy. Rheumatism, Lum. M|?. Pains and At-hej. >f the Hh< k or Jolata. Sprains, More Musrlee, Chilblains, Fronted^ feel, Colds OB the Chest (It prevAte i*n<ftimonta). Nothing* Ilk* MUgTKRQMC for croupy children. , In lie and iOc Jars, and a .?pe<lal largr hospital ?i?e for $2.SO. Accept no substltute. If your druggrst car not .-apply you. eend !.".<? or SOc to t >1 e XIUBTER' >LE Company. Cleveland. <"?hi&...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 October 1913

McGEE'S PHARMACY RrSOTSSI tot CAMPBELL A V EN UK. 8. W. Delicious Soda HOT OR COLD. / ?tap 1* u4 Try Oar W> are wnlai landnlrkea. Haa* n?kH Pin, Hal Hat - Brff Tea. Hat Tea, Hat Tamata Haatllaa, Mat Malted Mttk. <"aaae la ait try aaa at aar ?|?- rial l.aarkrt, lea Crfaa Daatara awl < aid *ada. all la%(W.' WKDDINU BOt t)('I.Tl KIUarn?r Komi. Hv??t Pe??. or IJlly of vaiuy. kaluon, rixmisr. I Rntnokt V*. NOT FOR NOTHING, BUT rOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH DO .WEJDESIRE ' YOUR PATRONAGE. Let Us Prove It to vnu.# TBLBPROra in RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY, i ? I 1 ?as assa Our Weekly, Offering Consists Of Many Foods From Many Markets Ever since thin store ha* been established it ha* been the aim of the owner to give the people of Roanoke . the very best foo<l and the Very heit service. His ef^~ fort* have met with sut-wxa and far beyond his expectations. After never-tiring efforts he has put before the publie a store that carries everything in the eatable line...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 October 1913

la 11 Crystal "?ertna, j Vlr?UU I h* la | II. Walden. Ik" will | . delivery tl all M- I all sakacrlptlews. ta fsaltr dlrllftrj rurirflfd toy rail- i pbaas 1*1 g-l. t ; - - ? . ', *tkk ClfTHCH AMI tkmVekaxck. AnAwfriDg questions propounded l>y ?The RoanOke"T?m*s thla morning. The World-News tubmim the following No church haw the right to say that jits members aha II vote one way or the ? other on any laaue. Any church ha* ?the right to urge or advlae Ita myinher* to vote on .tasiies of a moral , character. No iiynod y?t he* dreamed . of dlractimt ita people to do anything. , and ahouid It tiae tha word "vote." It ^ would be aim ply in an advisory sens*. 4*ynod. like all other church organisations la baaed upon the prlne'l^ies of the Christian religion. ?/i ti leaves a man \a free ugvnt and appeals to him through the power of love and faith. It does not common.!., It doea not direct, and II does not compel. It points to the promise* that regf . In the doctrine* of the churc...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 October 1913

C. T. JENNINGS. Mgr. PIANOS, PLAYERS Very Easy^ Terms and "No Notes to Sign" Factory Brsnoh House 117 W. Campbell Ave; (lay-Garry. T.ast ?v?nlnK at K 10 o'clock, at the) home of the bride'* mother. Mr* M. A, I Oarry, a marriage of ureal Interval In ) social circle* of tHls md other cities j ,v? solcirnixed whui iliu a fint- to- i yalto tlarry oecam'e the biid.- of Mr. | .Vrthur Monroe Clay, of Noitolk. The wedding Kuoiti hrl:iiled only tlia member* of the Immediate families of the bride and groon. The lower ttodr-?f ln? nttraetive residence was beautified with toll palm* and large v??ci of |it -lk chryeanthejiium*. the irrhwayi and mantel* f??<- ? featooried with Southern amllax. the j f-handellera with amllax and ehudud i jdnk light*. A large bay window. In the anting room, waa convartro-.Into an Improvised altar, with white UraHow to Make the Best Cough Remedy at Home AW+mlly Knpply rnt ImalK eti, aai litlly Guaranteed. Make a plain svrup 1>* ra -.ing nt, pin...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 28 October 1913

The Crowds are Growing Larger Every Day k ? ? r This is caused by thousands of people who are anxious to learn about the wonder- "" ful Quaker Remedies. ? .It la wonderful step Into Humph* riu and- Wfbb?r'B drug store and a?o the people who have come to hear and see about the Quaker Hirh Kxtract and Oil of Balm| that 1* do'n* the marvelous work of i-urihe prople, *om_? _of whom have Miffered I6t year* w Ttfr rheumatism cntrut h in ?cine form or another, stomach, k\dvmy. liver or blood trouble*, indtIMtlon, constipation and the Way t t-eople who' have used tho*e r?>tuedles only a few e%ym. s.'tne who hive tried almost evory tr- itniont un<1'-r th* sun. and now claim they are wi 1! or greatly Improved. Hare la a report from . Indv. Slf J. D. Haggard, Norfolk, who -jtifTcr?d fop years with ratarrti < f stomach.' kidneys, bladder and fen.ile trouble. SOCIAL NEWS ?M ? \ <Continued from pajrc fl* o > ' lira. Charles O'B. Cowardln, who...

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