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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 August 1918

. S. WEBB Attorney at Law. ALBANY, Art • * >A, v ' i ' EfcJ' ' L. H. HILL Notary Public. TEXAS WEBB & BILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. (Shackelford County) The Wise Man II. S. Department of Agri- culture Will lend Money to Farmers to Sow Grain Heeds Dry Cleamn;? Talk Alw^fs see to it fh it "ur ci >thf- ir«4«lean and n- it., r. - . <I it is essential to a w«il groomed ap pearance. We clean and pre : , n's '.if tieatly, carefuMy ami reasonably > Suits Called for and Delivered Hmft rna«l - to irw .«f I ^ >*f •i/fn.rf i .1 . '4 WILL G. STANDIFER Tfcl • J'IM'M roii an ► SHAVE, HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage ii« t« tlw I'#«•*• !.*. i -* <r til WILSON.. & BIGGS ► . < Hot and Cold Bath. r? * auknts ron Waco Steam Laundry The President lias made an a| - propriati-n of ri .•« million dollar•> for seed grain loan« in thi< uc- tion of Texas as well a-- other section."*. Th e loans wiil !*• made on I > to farmer who are without...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 September 1918

•LXXXT.N*. 14 Die JJSwitfi Hens ALBANY, TEXAS* FRIDAY, SEPT. 6, 1918 179# WHAT IS ADVERTISING ? Albany Public School Will Open Monday. Sept. Fanners Who Are TEXAS The Albany Public School will It has been brought to my at- ORMERLY we asked the question: Does it pay to adver- . Supt. B. S. Hoi- tention that a large number of y tise? Primarily, advertising is to bring buyer and seller together, and to that end. Wt use the medium of public ity. There are all kinds of advertising. good and bad and the merchant pollers and wedding presents for sal*- at so and so's store. That fM the crude and ancient method t>f public:r.. better than none at all. The ridiculousness of it caught the attention of the fravel- land came in this week and all farmers in this suction of the preliminaries are being arranged State are moving to Ka.st Texas for the occasion. Now folks, or other sections for the purpose "bad It'ind is"better t han none a" a' l" The country a11 > / on* m,in*1 ^utour of finding...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 September 1918

Jp',1 The Oldest Diy Goods Establishment in Albany Headquarters for I Quality Merchandise Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business==-we study to please. SEDWICK & COOK I ALBANY, rn L THE ALBANY NBVS BSt'F.D KVERY FRIDAY M0RNINC, lirhard H Mcf irty. Ed. and Publisher *1. ItM I HcCjrtf ttwciil) Wtii mm MvtxM j • • i t—I *<•• tilnalil th« P>«t OBci *1 Alb* T-i «. • Sacnmt Clw> Hull * lln \\ hen tlit* out sale woi..; >.ii^ the Fret- !•••; >r s <>i ea.-' , they will thin'; that Wc-' i - is on starvation. The A a>iv News i-< tv>! going to p-;t <>n a begging campaign ui.t'i tif ulation -pit on their ! and-. ro, up their sleeve at.'I ex nu.-t Subscription $1.50 Plr Vlap. every mean* to h-'p then . ■ John Tarleton Agricui- nire you both tii.it then is i t ause for you to worry about me, :I am yetting along just fine. tural College a Rec- Jo, W. Horron. 0gn|zed Arn)y SctlOOl ADVERTISING RAJ*.. a<tv«ni*em«nU. linfl# tn* r: i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 September 1918

—- Sty A WAR NECESSITY The requirements of the DRAFT LAW—both members of the firm are sub- ject to draft—make it a necessity for us to CLOSE OUT our entire stock of household furniture, and to move the stock quickly we shall offer it at prices never before offered in West Texas. The Stock That We Shall Offer For Sale is Clean and Well Assorted It was not bought to be sacrificed as we are now forced to sacrifice it, as we expected to perpetuate the business that we have striven to build up in Stamford and the surrounding territory with the same quality of merchandise that we have always offered our friends and patrons. See Our Beautiful Line of Library Tables. We Have Chairs, Vacuum Cleaners and Kitchen Cabinets at Slaughter Prices. Much of Our Stock Cannot be Replaced in the Market Today at Prices that we Shall Offer it for Sale, and Some of it Cannot be Bought in the Market at ANY PRICE. Furniture is cheaper now than it will be, according to present indications, for several years t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 September 1918

r ««] U.S. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT PLANS BIG TEXAS EXHIBIT NASE AVAILABLE Tl NMES * S f i •! i c • • . i /tk'fti of | • Sug;.r I.aliua tor Fami- : : lies. : : j ;. * i # * V, When the su.iir ration to th;>. • >pli of Ti-iuh whs red wed from " poinds In July to pounds in \iiC,ui t there was soni" perplexity In he minds of the f'xxl Xdwlnistrution whether the allotment wou'tl supply much sugar to ear# for preserv ng After careful analysis it w.1 ound that approximately pounds might be diverted to house '• older* for preserving purposes, pro .iij* <1 the allotment of two pounds pet •■0111h to the person were adhered to \t the meeting of the District \ ! in:r.istrators for T us on August ' ■.idegraiu was 1 -.ul from the I'nlted flutes Administration advising th.it 1 he National Administration hud beet informed hy Administrator Parker fot i.ouisiana that Louisiana had 011 han■ ''i.OOU.Oi'O pounds of Louisiana sccoli'l> "id thirds, which, us a state. she waf I'liibiu U) uhaorh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 September 1918

•.-. 'i ■• - . " .'"••V/X ■ ■ . ■■■ . v ' -'■< V Military Training, Guns and Uniforms Free i the Military Department of TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE tf Stephemille, Texas A Branch of Texas A. I M. SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER 18TH. Tuition is absolutely Free to everyone, and expense for board is as reasonable as c m tv found in Texas, with exceptionally favorable moral surrounding for students, and new brick, tire-proof buildings. Good opportunities are offered in all the literary branches, Home Economics, and Agriculture. This session the college is ottering a complete course in shorthand, typewriting, business English and commercial law. The opportunities offered by John Tarleton Agri- cultural college cannot be surpassed in any st ite in- stitution, and certainly the cost of ittendance will be lower than it would in a college further away. We want the people of this section of Texas to reap the benefits offered by this school, md to increase its field of usefulness to its greatest ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 6 September 1918

■ «.wv• ■ ^ «T; |/ . :•■:•-'■ .■•••■ -;%S> ■ — <-• . s S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. i L, « £3 I ALBANY. (Shackelford County) TEXAS aK * i •c Anecdotes Amang the Soldiers Wiile eenwriox a letter ft m one of the men to his moth, r Dr. Tyler md this: "Dear mother etc.. I don't want you t«. worry about me. for I feel cer- tain that I will return to : <>u safely, in fact I know that I will go back home safe and un> arin- Ctl. for I am with the Lord and the Lord is with me. hui. nuth- er. 1 wish this d-d war woul 1 hurry and end." , Two amusing stories are vouch- ed for by an officer serving with a negro regiment. The colonel of the regiment was accomp;« ied by his negro orderly when very large shell burst quite r.ar them. It was th man's ?ir-t experience wiU" such, an 1 U iu somewhat eoncornfcd he in^uir- •d^ "Cunnel. what am d<.i?" to wipe# TTie officer replied, " Tit U I. N....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 September 1918

t ' mm m ■ - ■■ ~ $?r M ■\ # lb JJbtftigf §0S , No. 15 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1918 Wliolc N 17tl REYNOLDS ORPHANAGE SCHOOL OPENS S per previous announcement in the Nhws, the Reynolds Al'resbyterian Orphanage School opened Monday morning at { o'clock. A abort program was rendered: aoog by faculty and student body Star Spangled Banner. Then a short address by Brother Fno. K. Kid ridge, W. G.Webb and A. J. Center, and then the mill that sharpens the wits and polishes human jewels began to grind. The Reynolds Orphanage is growing numerically. Just as last as they can enlarge the cage, tne little birdlings art- coming in. In point of numerical strength, that is limited by the capacity to house and take care of them. Ninety boys ami girls are domiciled in the home. Not only is this institution growing numerically under the splendid guardianship of Dr. Gilmore and Mrs. Smith, but it is growing in usefulness. Yes, it's a place where mind and hands are trained and character is moul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 September 1918

■ "v c a >«■%■ The Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in Albany IMh 1 ■s41 Headquarters for Quality Merchandise i Yes, quality is our motto. The house that appreciates your business-=-we study to please. SEDW1CK & COOK ALBANY TK X AS I i HL ALBA >V MiW v IS3UKD KVKRY FRIDAY Mo;:> v ticiwd H. McC«'.ity. Ed. and Puuhsh a Mn. H. KtC.it> Ai;ocut« iilltw i fkSwir * iail!" En ur«<*t th« Pom OlBct at A'imr.j. T« < . S«ronilCi*H Mai *«tUr Subscription $1.50 Per i . au ADVEKTlSlNt; KATES. 1 nylay ik«iv«TiiMini. iiritfl* in«*rtib *, • t« pvi inch; vubtM^uttnt ftitMrtioim. ««U per inch for insertion. Some Hon will bti mad* on <!««trt UMinMmtn that up n tkird « f • or nturw in Lo<- iii «n 1 mh.j IfcV notices. 1'f o«nUt per lli.e for •ii-.tfiv ini r«'i«r . Imiiqui'H inM rttoi* of lucal# ami r -ml'" . Miti u« r lino for «such insertion. FRIDAY. SKIT. 1:!. 19IS. Sow your turnip patch now 11: > Waco Time s-Uera!d saj t',at >t looas like? (ien.'ral Foeh' r.' was going t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 September 1918

■** : • -v . ..v *r Have you sowed your turnip patch? Baker's can cocoanut at Bur- rows Grocery Co. Bob Craighead was in town Monday doing business with our merchant?. HELP WIN THE WAR. Rif).e6 and Cartridges fi r Shcjtmg Right Everybody >« beginning <> «.• > •hoot: t ani J f<-cn • b^wwa ritjkt rtflf .rti- *r >ttu I a-ul go-a • 'U-hI«4*« "target •booting T^« tr«a l « f I* , wt .r«! . • .- «•/ ;• ItaJintf thoujaiiJft to fulluw tU« (.««)¥• rniTiclit . wi.K< « .1 ..!• . t *' c official N k. V. small- bore wourvitf (itut miittao u«jLpt^>; civ.ii.n ar.tl junior rcar'tirwa. Rfl iw-,tnn iwr TtCal."*' •• anil CartTi I<4?« rt !i M ir« lir«l clknM f.«r tki« •hiNiii'if i i. t u < 4 up to tl*< etAndari oi 1. oirtt-y required. G«t i« line w:*'« • I*. i •irfti. 1 t'>! -! fi C 'iU#r n fie #n I l.eaiftnk C*rtri l«gr «iJ via the •fiilMi Cm*<< u i >J4 i >r«: mm aw .rd -d t r prul ntcy b y tlw Njfwwi Rille \ . utwa .Ci <JJ by Sf*ortm j Goods /Xra Jtrf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 13 September 1918

f m S. WEBB Attorney at Law. L. H..HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS K M. S. LONG ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public (Mice with V%. L. Morris Albany, - Texas The Wise Man Needs Ory Cleaning Talk. Always see to it that your clothe* are clean and neatly pressed it is essential to a well groomed ap- pearance. We clean and press men's suits neatly, carefully and reasonably. Suits Called tc and Delivered Muita wad* !•> ir*ttv <t r • JMur* l'ail an«| • * >■( ft r 4> d r «utl • WILL G. STANDIFER T ;i.>:i H<isi; i4* Farmers Should Sow Small Grain We have had fairlv >f "d rains over the county, .md I believe it is very important that every farmer who has h.id -ulficietit rain should sow iome small grain. There has never ltei>n a time in the history of the country when feed for livestock was so scarce and so high as it i~ now. By sowing early grain we >tand a good chance to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1918

jgs ■ ''^15 HI , fiLZXXV.No. !• ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1918 Whole Number 1 WEST TEXAS GREATEST OIL HELD IN THE WORLD W •E make the assertion that Central West Texas is the great- est oil field in the world, not in quantity production, but in quality production. It's the largest field in America pro- ducing hitfh grade paraftine base oil testing :' H degrees and better. If* estimated by oil authorities that by October the first the Cen- tral West Texas field will be producing fiO.OOb barrels daily, not- withstanding the fact that the field is less than one year old. It now exceeds the Cushing and Shamrock fields of Oklahoma, also the Pennsylvania fields, the home of the paraffine base oil. Oil •xperts, men who are in a jiosition to know, estimate that by .Jan- uary 1st. 191!'. the field will be producing 72,000 barrels daily, or at the rate of 26,000,000 barrels annually. This will be greater than the production of the entire United States in this grade of oil. as heretofor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1918

The Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in Albany Headquarters for I SEDWICK ALBANY, u I * A I li A \1 V Special aid to the fort u'n b<>rn nt ALdAiNI ,u«>|in their h. SUED EVKHY V'HI DAY MOItNlMj cheerful service beneath I In* ti l;,'. Ninety-three liirls" Club a:.-! -chard M. McCarty, td. and Pu0.r n#rf *>. kitiwi H, MtCutt Uwtat. Hitw Recreation Centers make (II • < t Xxiinl McCarty ,'nMltl the foal OIHrr l \ibn'iir Socomt<Imi '4 it*r ic.'tt?tnw jh (j,jjform welcome lo home-like '* " ** social events. War Service Centers keep girls SUBSCRIPTION $1.5<) l KK 'i EAK ^ j() ,j(, th«*ir bit on W;ir Orders advertising KArics for our armies overseas. For Jiapoay ad VflrtWuiMU. «in«le ir «ertk>ni ifc , , , , ......, I I 19 per inch. «ubaoMjn«nt ine**rllona. 12 1-4 fcVCM'V IllciD 1 Fl khi-lKI tilt'lf 111 «>< lu per Inch for «*rh ineartion Some rmiuc- . . • ■ «ill be made on aolvert n«e e ita that %r - >ne- H ^Ifl 111 WUT UI'lllSl TltS. •wj of a pa«e ormnra In aia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1918

_ , 1 \ & A\ \ •-■ i ' W N'- " '-r " v- L- - mf ' • , -.^•2^— — • Jf/J- S *• '. r N. v-. i 4 w \w m vVetprcci btecl Lir/jd Skot bkells MA KB y >".r . <nvery Kuntinjf ' vat'ti Full tke ;'ood ciTys far ■' * "u*y rctlly ov \t tc be, wttH t! c r </A: hoc ' ell Remit)!', "n UMC S~ "Nitro Cl'wib Vv ctj roof Steel L:rcJ "Spt-d Shells, ^.o n: ttsr lv> ' get to -fieri, they v. iil actual'y ft.ay aa d~y anil ?crvw.ble ?•> . UMC Pump Cl.:, or Auto!).-' *<J I \ot.fv:n. vrow or - iter may I * I . .T,ri 'ton Tltwc finest of shoal*water Co\ I, tl.c Y i you can sc !iot cf wLcn it u crilr.' a i fair ; ; :!u i not ::o ,i.u.L to ! ' e wing. iic.f I lur.t k " nt> fo\ I, tic Y: * all-lay J u .npo'ir * *;■> ! . ! !moot!i O^; 'H r rV^y-v ^ \J \% . i K VtO ofttfRlll'J' . «-• J t ".iViT fad ^L/ J ^ < r of ike i'j> \v*J i.i . e v. cvicst fc*" 5'r.ootin^ r!i^'ht poAct. You pny tK: same favn , .e . p. J, at ti.t* Inek tain z wai.:r- j Acd ?!.cll tfc .t J !•'.«.! r. ,u ■** pr"....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1918

- & \ [ L v* J . v'" £& ■I' mr!- 3 s % M The immortal words of the French battle crq of freedom vinq out aqain todau to the American nation. We ate called upon to take up arms and fiqht to the death - if need be - for freedom. Justice and Those Thinqs that make lite worth liuincj. In this profound crisis is ihe test of cit - • tzensmp. JoljnlJcK-toic^ m is •— '• • N5^n^VVS 4\\ ihe hiqbesi fori? ofd lq is to fiqnt with our armed forces 'o 'vine en; ,.qh to ecst, enouqh to u)ear. a feu.'- do':o;s in qour pocker, and to de-« uote the balance o[" uour earninq power - uour® life if need be - as an offering to ijcuv coumrt|. 'The next best form of dutq is to staq at home rind i roduce-alloa?inq qourself enouqh moneq to purchase Ihe bare necessities of life and to conduct business, essential to the iDdR and to denote the balance of qour earninq pow- er to uour counlrq in the form of subscriptions to Libertq Loans. One or 'he other dutq vou must assume. If u a can bear arms uou will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1918

m % ,\ FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE fc fa" Af* Tfciikmf She Miffct Die, Siji Texas Ladjr, Bit New She b I Wd, Stroaf Wraun ud Praises Cardn For Her Recovery. (Mr, Twr.—Mn. Mary Kil- of this plM*. mji; "After Ifce of mj little girl.. .my aide corn- to hart bm. I bad to go back to bat W tailed the doctor. He treated me...bat I got no better. I lot wane end won* until the misery mat unbearable.. .1 waa In bed for tkrm months and suffered such agony that I waa Just drawn up In a knot... I told my hoaband If be would get tne a bottle of Oardnl I would try It... I commenced taking It, however, that craning I called my family about •e... tor 1 knew I could not last days nnleee I bad a change for the better. That was alx year* ago and I am still here and am a weH strong woman, and I owe my life to <*ardul. I had only taken half tho bottle when I began to feel better. The misery In my side got less.,. 1 continued right on taking the Cardcl until I bad taken three bottles and I did not need any m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 20 September 1918

7Sw- V r S. WEBB Attorney at Law. w Ujkft v;; V L. H. HILL Notary Public. WEBB & HILL Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ALBANY, (Shackelford County) TEXAS M. S. LONU ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Office with W. L. Morrl* Albany, Texas The Wise Man Heeds Dry Cleaning Talk. Always see lo it that your clothes are clean and neatly pres-ed it is essential lo t well groomed ap- pearance, We clean and nress men's suits neatly, car lulls and reasonably. Suits Called for and Oeliveted. Suit* m.t<l« lu train l . il ineu-urt < a and *«•«• sample* of .|>t itiK Mini MimtiH'i iij«. WILL G. STANDIFER TKLKI'Hnsi; \:*> Attention Oil Men! To lease for oil and gas. eighty acres, a half mile east of Court House, at Albany. A. A. ( larke. In order to cut down the run- ning expenses the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A. have decid- ed to join fores after the 24th of Sept. These two organiza- tions have done and are doing a a wonderful work. t he First National Ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1918

/ i) |Amm , No. 17 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1918 THE COUNTRY DOCTOR gr THERE are three callings that have ever been associated to- gether with life out in the country: The country press, the country preacher and the country doctor, and they are ly offices of service. But the country doctor will be the sub- ject at bar for discussion at this hour, and at some other time When the spirit or the muses play hide and seek with the babes of 9UT think tank, we will pay our respects to the former. We do BOt know at what age of the world the country doctor came upon Government Notice In the coming drive for the sale of the Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds, the sale of the bonds has been taken out of the hands of the banks and a committee of six men has been appointed to sell these bonds in this locality. This committee will have an of- fice conveniently situated on the main street of Albany and will Geo. PattuHo Teds of Soldier's Sacrifice ALLOWED TO RIM AWAY back ')e °Pt:n f°r business Thur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1918

SOKiD LI9WT1 BONO Money Makes the Ships Go! By CHARLES M. SCHWAB Despite the fact that we have made real progress in shipbuilding, it must be remembered by every patriotic American that the need ror ships increases proportionately with the increase in the size of our fighting forces overseas. Transporting troops to Europe is only one-fourth of the task that our shipping facilities must bear. The other three- fourths is the carry ing of supplies and munitions of war. Ships cannot be built without money. In war time it takes a great deal of money. Undoubtedly after the war is over the ships that we are building now will pay for them- selves many times over. But the mediate need is money and the vchole-kearttd support of thj entire nation. If the American people could visualize what has been done in our shipyards with the money that they invested in the first Liberty Loans, I am sure they would be as proud and as enthusiastic as I am. The ships that we have built and are building shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 27 September 1918

STOMACH TROUBLE "< Air. Mvfcn Hokomb, of Nancy. Ky., says: "For quite a long wfafle I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter.oil or grease, I would spit it upi I began to have regular skk headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were an good 4 all lor my trouble. I beard THEDFORD'S Buck-Draught It cured the time. It is the best I do not have sick headache or recommended very highly, so began to use it me I keep it In the house all Hver medicine mad tfomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on flbe jaded hver and helps it to do its important work of ■vowing out waste materials and poisons from the sys- tem. This medicine should be in every household for me in time at need. Get a package today. If you feel take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to- Price 25c...

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