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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 March 1907

i\ ( W) MR®?. Wit- \\ BE®;*''' ' _ ««*<.. twm,\ • •■■■ ■ tSvL, - • ■ Local and Personal. Col. J. Sandford Smith left Monday night for Houston on a business trip. * L Jack Womack 'is Jbuilding a neat and commodious barn east f of his residence. The foundation is being laid by the contractors H. Miller and Sons, for the neat two story dwelling of Mrs. M. Cundiff on her lot East of Mat Roberts dwelling. Ernest Adamson's nice seven room dwelling is receiving the finishing touches of the painter and paper hanger ir Reuben Long left 'Saturday with his household effects for Corpus Christi, where he will make his future home. Mrs. Long and the cnildren will follow him shortly. Mrs. V. Wolverton has return- ed from a visit to her daughter, I.'rs. Nash, in Corsicana. A<; the last meeting of th> Woodmen a movement was .stin t- ed looking to the organization o a drill team for the Camp and a rumber of young men will proba- bly join the team. In addition (o being pretty work the insuran...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 March 1907

Bp . BK L '' ktry ijj 4\jJ- NEYS WELL Health is worth saving, and some Mexia Peo- ple know How to save it. i'he Storey low recently ourned off have been sold to J. Sandford Smith and W. B. Kendrick, and will soon be rebuilt. The lota are 44 feet front and the price paid was $4650, which is a little more than $105 per front foot. That shows what property in Mexia is worth, The News—No pure Cure Laws would be Cough cures were like Cough Cure is—and has Drug Cough needed, if all Dr. Shoop's been for 20 years. The national Law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cough ■nixture, it must be printed on the la- Many Mexia people take their lives in their hands by neglecting their kid- neyfttwhen they know these organs need help. Sick kidneys are responsible for a vast anount of suffering and ill health, but tl ere is no need to suffer nor to remain in danger when all dis- eases anu aches and pains due to weak kidneys can be quickly and permanent- bel or package ly cured by the use...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 March 1907

Op Hp Mi i I - \ ' W.f %M£, ' fir I ' k , U, I. > ■ m v m' ' ;Jt f I I •a 31 - a £31 H ? M80 * *WJsHKSK! •r it/ - • . .' ■ $$; I a 1: S9B . ' I 1 ry. jti Miss Edith StTweU of Teague is the guest of Mrs. A. B. Marchbanks. 1'JM * Capt. Frank Hughes came up from Austin Friday to spend Saturday and Sunday with his family. ■>f j P 3ftV V/( -. 7f/vp/T / with IIIWIE BY' MAGAZINE READERS ruiiasT MASAZfivn ijcau'.ifully illu:tiau-<i.<jood stories fnd interesting an |: about California and all t'lc far West. 1ZV1H AND COUNTRY JOlinN&L <1 monthly publication containing plain, castly-utiotrjldod articles on the lionip, gurti . •rm and range—of interert:? "jnem- ber of the familj'—flk-J with photograph? and picture?. road of a tmcu? *"3 wcmder9 a bock of 7.'> pace , mr'aining }20 colored pi iji03r.11.n3 picturesque spt>U in Ctiifo:. .1 and Oregon. X - . ..1 • • • Al! three for .... , $1.50 a year $0.50 u y jr sjJ.J J> 02.75 $1.50 ADDRESS A". 0?.DE'i ; SUNSET MAGAZINE ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 March 1907

' ■><■ ' A , , _ ■>■<■ / •/,. H* I 9 I i V 11 ! I l\ $ I E I# From ohilch. We are having some spring now and corn is sure looking fine and cotton planting is taking j place. Well, Mr. Editor, I hope your paper will keep on improving as it has. A. L. Kerley and wife visited, Mrs. Gunter Friday night at j ® Forest Glade and Alver Kerley and Buck Gunter went to the river at Springfield but reported very poor luck fishing. Alice Gregory is still on the sick list. Shiloh is going to have tin Easter speaking next Sunday. . Well, New Hope has got some^, good spellers but^hev live in the! stkks and the sand, and us Shi-' loh folks call them "backwoods." . Charley Ohare, John McRay, i Eugene Gregory, Will Ingram j and wife and Earl Ingram and wife all went to New Hope last Friday night to the spelling. The New Hope folks think they are the hot stuff because they have a good speller, but they take good ca^e to stay at ] home. Some one put in the wi- per that the Mexia graduates an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

i ,>j 1 :' ' ' ' TT i y. v • ;- ?' • -A ' ,i ,■ ■ .—« ■ v ... ... . , ••' ' 'W,'3 ■ ■ ' . • v ■ ' • i ; / a'.V p 10 Pagsss--All Home Print. P See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. ■K 'f ' I The State Herald. vol. 8. 1KWS ! a dies Home Journal . Patterns I On Sale at Our Store 15c and 10c, Ask for fashion sheet. • MHXIA, TEXAS, THURUDA, APRIL 4 1907 ■v.© Spring We annouce complete stock s in all departments. NEW dOODS-- The mo t varied assoat merit, the largest stock of up-to-date Dress Goods, Silks and Millinery to be found in this section. Dre NEW LINE Bags, Belts, Gloves, Back Combs, Side Combs, and Comb sets. Turn overs and Fancy Collars. SS UOOGS Its a pleasure to sKow you. — We have never had such Rood merchandise as this season. The new Vo''le in Black, Grev Navy and all colors at a yard. 1.25; 1.00 85c and 75c. Crepe De CI. ie all colorings at a yard i.oo Albatross, Old Rose, Light Blue, Pearl Grey, Pink Lavender and Black at a yard 50c ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

- VikttMNk I I 1 -.i t WHIV., sal Verniiiup THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BIWAXC or |i«IT TIO« . THC GENUINE PTti 'AfltU ONLY H Ballard-Snow LJiilment Co* ST, LOUI6, MO. For Gale by MEXIA DKUG CO. aSi REV SVG RESTORES VITALITY Well Man of Me." THE GREAT REVIVO REMEDY produces lino results In 30 tiny*. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fail. Younif men can regain their lost manhood and old men may recover their youthful vipor by using llEVIVO. It quickly iind quietly re- moves Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Sexual Weakness suoh as Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and effects of self-abuse or excess and indiscretion, which unllts one for study, business or marriage. It not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but is a great nerve tonic mid blood builder, bringing back the pink glow to lialc check* and re- storing the lire ol youth. It wards off ap- proaching disease. Insist on having ItEVIVO, no other. It can be carried i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

^'.V, ■ ■• 7 %ikWP ■ Wi I® pp •' ■ ■ - i- —, ..,.<•• ., ... . " nfty" 55* I If1 Nursing baby? If a heavy strain on mother. > Her system is called upon to supply nourishment for two. Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mother's system is needed. •-—. i Scott's Emulsion contains the greatest possible amount of nourish- ment in easily digested form. **£ Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use. ^ ALL DRUGGISTS: SOe. AND $1.00 ^ JSuh jHon !Tue |V«'to jTiiu ifio Sat' L. .i^-| f . i > i in- , / "4^...j. t-. s. ; i i J if'.. ; ikJ I .;^|l 1 i •' JVr> \u\ I- 13' „ : jj-'v w}* ; W1ILL y®m^0b rrxrv. Tt .nan ram: /maaawxiMsmr.m ilfe. Pf W<<<, ShW* ;i< '--HSSfewji SUNINon'TUC :WED;TMU ;FRI -SAT I'iiibi;OiiM it pSHr]' CARRY ganaaMfl—a a——— WILL YOU BE AMONG THEM? iF WOT * — WHY NOT? NOWS THE TIME T0,PLAN! TALK IT OVEH WITH YOUR FRIENDS • A.A.GLISSON. o.PA. FORT WORTH;TEXAS. No* 2 Folding wmmi a> rC.tw *A © SPil Price. 00 """ m v%- y.X "■&l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

THUfMOAV. Editor * Pnopmctoii mi" HIE STAit tttRALD PUBLISHED EVERY N. P. HOUX. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Om Year Entered at the poatofflc* lltzli, Tim, 4i Mcond-clasi mall matter. HARRIMAN ON RAILROADS. In a recent issue of the New York Times there is a long inter- view with E. H. Han'iman, the railroad magnate, that contains a lot of information on the pres- ent railroad situation. Mr. Harriman says the rail- roads are facing a crisis and lays down the proposition that the people and the roads should co- operate, which would result in a better understanding and better service. The shipper, he says, is more It is lumored that A. M. Ken- nedy is going to move into Lime- stone county, his old home, and run for Congress. He will get very small support from this to blame than the i*oads tor the section. —Thornton Press, car shortage. One horse meth-1 The above was written by a ods of loading and unloading man wi10 has hardly been in keep many car^ idle when they "this section" long enough to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

■v. §.#'1 : i*S ^'. i ' ... .-/J"t«v-'>-. ■..■ JM!<aJJBi^f.l.."l4 rv.i sf " \ k m \ 4r -*) ; ^ . - i j. butan's speech > '" -i—1 - : ■>': >' . The (jreafc Commoner's Address " ellvered Before the House of Representatives at Austin ' Austin, Texas. March 80.—The leg- islative hall was packed and Jammed l|> Its utmost capacity when Mr. Bryan wo* introduced by Speaker L6ve. Mr. Bryan plunged Immediately into his discussion. He said: Members of the House, Members of the Senate, Ladles and Gentlemen: I know not in what words to express my deep appreciation of the honor done me by the Legislature of Texas and by the Governor. I come at some Inconvenience to testify by my pres- ence not only to my appreciation of the great honor which this great State, through its authorities, has done me, but also to testify to my deep interest In the work that your body has to perform. I try to keep in touch with the poll- tics of the Nation; I watch what Is being done in the various St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

lipr am ja«tej3 imi . V>- "-•■ t&ls'^ V;'1 ■ ■ «4' v >^BS9 -i. sse very earnest la their d.- Ir;> tor r«gu latlons, for unless the islltoads per- mit regulations the theory of federa' ownership will grow. The more dis- closures we have where they build up their railroads by plundering theli patrons, the more advocates of gov ernment ownership there will be in this country, and that swollen for tunes must not be permitted to go down to the next generation. Thank the president for saying what the Democrats have been telling the peo- ple for years, and 1 am glad he can say it without the danger which threatened us when we said It. Nc greater question can come before thla country than the ques.'ion that in- volves, the baais of rewards. Caii we find out what God's plan is on this subject? 1 believe we can. God gives us the earth with Its fruitful soil. God gave us the rain with its moisture. It is God's work and He shall : ny \ ' ••shall be yovr row: rd. What Is Ci i. ; i I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

m I® ■ i '"t ym Mr. Ik ii • I- '1 ■+.J> Local and Personal. D. W. Harris came up from Teague Sunday afternoon to' visit the old homejiere, • If vou have not seen the new Millinery at Hickman's you have missed a r$re treat. Mr. and Mrs. Jas Teeling wish to return their sincere and grate-1 ful thanks to their good friends and neighbors for assistance s rendered during the* recent ill- ness of their little boy. Al- though they t have only lived in our city a short while, when death visited their home they found chat friends came too, to comfort and to console, and they will not forget such friends. New stock of finest Parasols at Pittman's / W. 0. Colwell is up again after a few days illness. Our Millinery Department is becoming more popular every day. Follow the crowd and go to Hickman's. A numb ir of the smoYi chii-1 dren who played hotkey on April , lit wjra kept in the next even- j ing for an hour and a half and! • I it Js said that the dose will be repeated for some of them for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

WW w*m ■ M 8 laSt f t va" ' •. > -tj . ■ .**£ * * *•? <*' • ' , ,r: >'•;• CfJI ..A " >"< • -'W J -,iX Tne l\ewti—No pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed, if all Cough cures were like Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure is—and has been for 20 years. The national Law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cough ^ mixture, it must be printed on the la- bel or package. For this reason mothers, and others should insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough cure. No poison-marks on Dr. Shoop's labels and none in the medicine else it must by law be on the label. And it's not only safe, but it is said to be, by those who know it best, a truly urn rkable cough lemedy. Take nochanct, particularly with your chil- dren. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Compare carefully the Dr. Shoop package with others and see. No poison marks there! You can al- ways be on the safe side by demanding Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply re- fuse to accept any other. Sold by City Drug Co. Miss Virgie Willi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

LfHw / OV6f*Wofk Weakens * Your Kidneys, flnhe'altiiy Kidneys Mdkc tap ure Blood. All the blooa in yotir b&dy p&flwti through Vour kidneys once e ery three tninuti . The kidneys are your blood puiifie s. ihey fil- ter out ilit waste 01 impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fall to do their vork. Pains, aches and rheu- matism come from ex- cess of uric acia in the blood, due to neglected fcidnty trouble. Kidney trouble ca'.wcs quick ,r unsteady 'hear' beats, and one teel as though ihey had hear! trouble, because the heart is yiover-working in pumping thick, kidn-y- '^Ipoisoned blood through veins and arteiies. • I' It used to be consld-nd that only urinary Mr ',bles wers to be traced to the kidnc> % j now modern science proves that nfiiry /constitutional disc-.,... have their b'igin- \ng in kidney trout!:. ff you are sick you can make no mistake m first doctaring your kidneys. The mild /and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's 'Swamp-Root, the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 April 1907

, , rt , mm ",■? . ■ *- L- J mk OUR AUSTIN C0NTKI8U! By Joim I. IMvis Austin. April 1, 1907. Some time agb the House adopted a resolution providing for sine d'e ad- journment on Aprtl 6th. At that time. howe '«r, it was believed that the mem- bers cxf that body were not really in earnest, but put the matter up to tho Senate knowing that it would not con- cur. Now, however, since he mem- bers have been working nearly a month on a salary of $2.00 per day,, it is apparent that the House is anx'ous— very anxious to adjourn next Satur- day. Some of the Senators wore will- ing and made a canvas of the Senate with the result that 13 members were In favor of adjournment on the day named. 1R v.-r n oppose ! tu it a'vl1 ?. wore Tion-rt'lriii'.lttal. There 1? neve- any telling how soon a Texas legisla- ture may change Its mind on a prop- osition like this and the Senate may adopt the resolution before this ap- pears In ru'int. The fact that the rev- enue measures and the general ap- propriatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1907

gSfc% -Ww- mSmSkL pr,7 mSM G^felvJ si ™p&>:; I St ij5r i■ * ft -t Pages--All Home Print. See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. ' , ; >' The State Herald. vol. 8. MEXIA, texas, tmursda, april 111907. NO 15 ^ LADIES Home Journal Patterns On Sale at Oar Store 15c and 10c, Ask for fashion sheet. Dress Goods Its a plea ure t ) show 'you. — We have never t:iu! such Rood merchandii? as this season. The new Voile in Black, Grey Navy ana all colors at a yard. 1.25; 1.0 , 85c and 75c. Crepe De C ne all colorings at a yard 1.00 Albatross. Old Rose, Light Blue, Pearl Grey. Pink Lavender and Black at a yard 50c Panama in Black, Navy and Grey t> at a yard 1.50, 1.25 to 75. Grey Plaids and fancies at a yd 1.50 to 85c All shades in Henrietta, Serges, and Mohairs at a yard 1.25 to 50c New Merchandise Many New Extra values in Goods opened up during the past week. Organdies, Batiste and fine Dress Lawns at a yard I5c 12 1-2 and 10c Millinery We want yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1907

9H9P }&m «**%&* mm PHpllM '■ t£v&£ v £> 'W •(<!$>&!#•^*•8: ■./ i$ * &?'rT«HSss& ■•■'.■■ ■ ,-■' • ———" 1—gs""!i.'.; Wm W fe tv'v |> V ■l'^( 11 Cream te*j THE 6UAHAXTCEQ wiix remedy THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BrWA«E OF IMITPTfOMC. TMC GfNUIN'2 PRf.fAftlO ONCY CV BaHard-Snow LJnintcri,': Co. ax. ioi'is, mo. For 8evIp by MEXIA DRUG CO. :li fc'f B# The Siren. The hour the utrsn Is aweet, Tht) Htruifl is inelfidy complete. j It trills. along tin- blossr •••.! knoll, .: A weird ciudLuiluitiut to ii'e hoi. I: Tt t«fnpH tlio he.'.r't with promise irjlil | Anil sots tile thoughts to subtler mold. I Hut siren's sonss lead on to where 'he path la I.! i Willi w e am' .;ure. 'i'hoy leal to where the in in ,".u ; Me shorn of por.';y and 1> at. j With sodCon : now and the thouii'it i How de.ir'y they have paid and bought! ! They, leu: to wlier* tlio heart once gold, i '.'i hard and coarse and chilled with cold' Disease and Healtl REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1907

fcssfial - Don't neglect your cough. Statistics show that in New York City alone over 200 people die every week from consumption. And most or these consumptives might be living now if they had not neglected the warring cough. You know hew quickly Scott's E,mtilston enables you to throw off a cou£:i cr cold. ALL DRUGGISTS* 50c. AND $1.00. OTICE! Ai itp/tJi; i Th"e Forty Two club was enter- tained v ednesday afternoon at fc's'e beautiful cottage home of Mrs. Blake Smith. The brig-lit April sun detremined to gruc.; ' the occasion with his presence Our next Dates for Mexia will be and shown down brightly on a galaxy of dainty apparal - and Wilr be April 17th I8th. fascinating women that only | Mexia can pride herself on. ———————— Six tables were placed for the guests and from three to six the fickle Goddess smiled on the fa-1 vorodand frowned on the un- NOTICE THESE ACTS. They restore sight to those led Manor, Texas, who was SO yeays lucky. After the games, in which | about. Give them r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1907

_ w K. >, ' r §■- HbW '•r: * ' wma ?WSfr KhKh ■■' . 11 INC STATE HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THUHEOAY. N. P. HOUX, Editon 4 Pnor« rro* SUBSCRIPTION RATE8: Ou Year 1.0« Entered at the postofliee t Mexl , Tmm, ■ ■econd-i'lut'S m til matter. The legislature will ajourn on the 12th of this month—that is if they don't change their minds. They are getting ready toehold local option elections in several counties, including Tarrant and McLennan. Felix Powell was hanged at Victoria on the 2nd of this month for the murder of the Conditt family at Edna. Monk Gibson will be the next one. Carolina and famous the country over for his ' 'pitchfork" lan- guage and attitude, and Robert M. LaFollette. the fighting sena- tor from Wisconsin are both un- der contract to speak at the Col- orado Chautauqua, at Boulder, next summer. ■ hi j_ . ^ 1 They have a novel way of mix- ing up things in Houston. A short while ago when the Post and Chronicle agreed on a public question we predicted that some- thing unus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1907

?•;;? .wParg**:®fc HliHir^ijl^Hi ' >fi '; ■ i v^... . Wwwm ,,, p, I x ■ yyL; a*#"*, PSaHjiil'xV. - .-•• '■."■■■■.• ■ in nil Local and Personal. D •" • W r^y&H y -•' '•«•; Sr^'" '" -■-•.... ...I 1 j ~ . y , 'r V: The brick work on the new Kairner-Jackson building is nearly completed and it won't be long until they will be ready for oc- cupancy. Ladies—The new hats at Hick- man's are beauties. See them. Mrs. R. L. Capell has gone to Marlin to spend a few days. New stock of finest Parasols at Pittman'p Mr. Hans Hallam, a former railroad official of the H. & T. C., was in town Monday on some kind of business connected with the rockcrusher at old Spring- field. It is rumored that this plant is going to be put in opera- tion again soon Thoroughbred Buff Wyandotte and Plymouth Rogtr eggs from fine layers; 15 for $1.50.—Mrs. F. R. Klotz, Mexia, Texas. Miss Nettie Lee Parker spent Sunday in Teaguj wit'.; iu/ .• e its. Am :ri«*.au 1 Scanty (.••Mvel.; and ; fall line of Notion;-; a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1907

I MM Iky *?3"-\v v,>*- • TEWSfrvoBW r , iKPfflHI«w?nyW'j"-'• • Sa*:vWj* <*> $ff^^waBiFTmgrHB i-% j-iuai-JV-i JEBii mi. The News—No pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed, il Ui Cough cures were like Dr. Shoop's Cough (5ure is—and has been for 20 years. The national Law now requires that if svny poisws enter into a cough mixture, it must ba printed on the la- bel or package. For this reason mothers, anil others should insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough cure. No poison-marks on Dr. Shoop's labels and nore in tha-roediciii s else it must by law be on the label. And it's not only safe, but it is said lo be, by those who know it'best, a truly re mrkable cough 1 emedy. Take no ch.inc >, particularly with your chil- dren. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Compare carefully the Dr. Shoop package with others and see. No poison marks thei-e! You can al- ways be on the safe side by demanding Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply re- fuse to accept any other. Sold by i./ DrugCq. ...

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