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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 July 1915

tKX 13: $ 1 vm ij Hi i I H jii V 1 1 f ' i I! rf. hi " I r 1 i. f IE ' t u i f rf rr rrrnMTmroiifflMittmMMrmmfflt TT THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. BIG 4 OF JULY CELEBRATION m J .. iB B" ji B B Ai PICNIC AND DANCE mB B GIVEN BY THE HUSSAR BAND AT HAYTI. MISSOURI i Come and enjoy a day of pleasure and mix and mingle with your friends from every part of the county. They will be here from near and far. This will be the best celebration ever held in Hayti. Every arrangement has been made to entertain the vast crowd. Nice, clean, shady forest with grape vine swings and mossy carpets. Plenty of cool water. Plenty of everything to eat and drink. Come and bring all the family. MUSIC BY THE HAYTI HUSSAR BAND The Hussar Band is the only permanently organized brass band in the county and is equal to the best. If you like band music they will entertain you all day. STRING BAND FOR DANCERS A fine dancing floor has been arranged and one of the best string bands in the country has been engaged...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 July 1915

ntft- 3 7 i V r I f (- TUB HAYTI . HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI, 1 Bring the children to An assortment of small Diamond Rings, regular values $12.00 to $18.00. Your choice during this Sale for $10. ANOTHER our store July 3. We have a big, handsome rubber balloon for each child under 10 years old, FREE. ONE CENT SALE THURSDAY. FRIDAY Ml SATURDAY JULY 1. 2 AND 3, 1915 -----i- We "pull off" a one cent sale twice a year and if you failed to "set in" on our last one you lost. uatiiiua NOTHING s s'niP'y an advertising "stunt" and a good one too, as it helps to get YOU into the store NOTHING llw iiil1- get YOU acquainted with our store, our service and our goods, and SAVES money for YOU on llw liil11- your purchases. Just come and look. "Rubber" all you want to, and it won't take you long AJQApH to become thoroughly convinced that this is an exceptional store, the one where you should AADfEII vHnllUEl! trade regularly, the one where children can trade as safely as grown ups, where the prices Vi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 July 1915

awtaaasCTw UU.'.WaWHWMttWM THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. m W ill 1 !- u: if. ?u I hi f General, County and Of General and Local Interest Riley Orton of Braggadocio was In town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Lingemann wore in from the farm Friday. Mayor Dyer Byrd of Cn ruthcrsville was in this city Fri day. I 'urc apple vim-gar, at Uuckloy's. S. E. Rod man of Holland, on his way to Caruthersville, passed through Friday. .las. Davis of Kewannee, New Madrid county, was here last Thursday night. White tennis slippers, at Buckley's. Mrs. Freda La Grand left Sat urday on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. I larry Stiefel, at Chaffee. Pete Sanders was down from the Di-y Bayou neighborhood Saturday, selling fruit and pro d uce. Lon Ridgeway of Chaffee was here a few days last week, visit ing relatives and old friends. UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. DON'T STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED "Dodson's Liver Tom" Will Clean Your Sluggish Liver Better Than Calomel and Can Hot Salivate. Calomel makes you aick; you los...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 July 1915

U JiPiiPII. v - - V..V-J-. .'l'"" -V "T ';, a tat ,, -m 1 VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915. NO. 35. THE HAYTI HERALD i 'i .4 THE GRAND JURY. Every time we say anything about a "grand jury," there is a buncli of fellows who prick up their ears ami begin to look towards tall timber. For this we are sorry. But our idea of a grand jury is not for the pur pose of finding indictments in petty cases, nor in cases that should be settled before the jus tices of the peace and police courts. We are painfully mind ful that them are some important matters in this county that can only be reached and sifted to the bottom through the investigation of a grand jury; in fact, it is well nigh impossible to enforce the law against some of the "higher ops" without the aid of a grand jury, and it is for this reason we are glad to learn that a grand jury will be called for this term of court. About two o clock baturuay i morning George Grooms, living nt Pascola, was shot by lotho Friend. We ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 July 1915

mnniniiiiinniiff wiwwtMMM'iiirt.mwIiMMWfll.WILBl1 lfiaWil"JWWg'iliWWaWgWtH'Mlljtflum THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ki) 1" 8. H.and V. IJ.Pinkieyof New born, Tenu.,on their way to at tend the bedside of their brother, .7 O. Pinlrley, who Is ill at Ken nctt, passed through Friday. CITY BAKERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Everything In the bakery line bread, cukes nnd pics. Out-of-town trade a specialty anil orders tilled promptly. (Jukes made to order for special oc casions, entertainments and weddings. E. HOPKINS, HAYTI, MO. NEWS AGENCY Dully papers, periodicals, magazines and books. It we haven't got what ,miu want, we'll order It. Put your name on our list and let us leave you a paper eery 'day. Located In the front of the Keystone liulldlng. H. 1. CARBAUGH THE HAYTI HERALD Publishkd Every Thursday, By William York, Editor and Pub. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! 91.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE ENTERED AT THE POSTOFFICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI, AB SECOND CLASS MATTER Office in City Hall, Southwest Room...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 July 1915

Tljr THE' HAYTI HERALD, -HAYTI, MISSOURL ."j" LX. LOCAL AND .PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. L. G. Glass of Slkcston was John Darnall of PortaKovillc hero Friday. Klfthintf tncklo that will tilease you, lit Dr. Trautmnnn's Drujf Store. was hero Saturday. Bljf reduction In the price of dress IooiIb, this week, ut linukluy's. JclT FvmU'V of Cliutroc, assist- Mr. Win. Trail of Curuth utit siipuriiitoiulontof tho I'YIsco. cauni over Friday, to visit hor was hero last Tliursday. husband and to spund tho Ith. Joe Webb of Portageyille was in this city Saturday, Pierce Duncan is another one of our honor roll subscriber. 11. D. Sanders, the Concord constable, was here Saturday. Pure apple vinegar, nt Buckley's. Mrs. Louise Creely has placed her name upon our honor roll. Harry (Jentfenbaeh was down a The Falstaff Saloon WimIo not ud ie ou to drink, lint if .mi do ymi eel luinl should use the lirst. It Is ;i sin to drink tin vile roiu'oiHIoiis solil ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 July 1915

&fg-sw6wwMrim& THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOUM. m m w m t n i;. s fit, iu 'in tv 'i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. J. W. Corrlngton began his school at Pierce Chapel Monday. Von Mayes and Pred Morgan were In Carutheraville Wednes day. Mrs. John Scott was visiting and shopping in Caruthersvillo Monday. To insure happiness in tho home, get a Perfection Oil Stoe, at Buck ley's. Judge Jusse Thompson of Portageville came down Tuesday to visit his son, H. Thompson. Cashier T. A. McNuil of the Uank of Hayti attended to busi ness at Caruthersville Wednes day. Found Hunch of keys. Describe same and puy for this ud, ttt this of llce wo don't need 'em. Miss Gussie Thompson of Portageville, local manager of the telephones in that city, came down Saturday to visit her brother, H. H. Thompson and family and to spend the ith. Mrs. Moxie Manuel of Pascola was shopping and looking after business matters in this city Fri day. Attorneys J. E. Duncan and Win. C. Wilks were over from Caruthersville a whil...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 July 1915

Hit n ''c8ooJ THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1915. NO. 36. DOCTORS MEET. Tho Pemiscot County Mndlcnl Sooioty met on Wolf Bayou on tho 7th, prepared for a big diiy, and it is needless to say an en joyable time was had. It would be hard, indeed, to 11 nd a more jolly, genial, whole-souled sot of men than the doctors of Pemiscot t'ounty. The mooting was called to or der by the president, Dr. T. J. Trautmann of this city. Dr. R A. Mayes of this city delivered the addross of welcome, to which response was made by Dr Holder of Memphis, Tenn., his subject being, "Specialists, or is the Family Physician Passing'?" Dr. Farris of St. Louis delivered an address on typhoid. The meeting adjourned at :i )). m., and all departed, feeling better for the few hours spent together, for the good fellowship, the hearty feast, and for the place of their meeting, near the heart of mother nature. Harry Young, representing Young Bros. Carnival, was in this city last Thursday. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 July 1915

w , . E3E5EE3rasawHui3Mtorftwjstas .-CJAaxo 1 THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. hi J-1 : if i f M : II m m B & l.i '8 4 Vi 1 1, ii Ii ; I" ,? S. H. and W. B. Pinkley of New born, Tonn.,on their way to at tend the bedside of their brother, J. O. Pinkley, who is ill at Ken nett, passed through Friday. CITY BAKERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL liverythhifr In the bakery lino bread, riikcs and pics. Out-of-town trade a specialty ;inl orders tilled promptly. (Jukes made to order for npi'oinl oc casions, entertainments and ueiUUns. E. HOPKINS, - HAYTI, MO. NEWS AGENCY Pally papers, periodicals, mnunzines and books. If we haven't irot what jou want, II order It. Put jour, a p.ipor uer.v day. Located in fiontof ihe Kdjstono Building. .....UW w... Ill M..U , no jtv JWM the II. E. CARBAUGIl Mayes & Gossom Attorneys-nt-Law Von Maxes olllce Keystone IJIUj,' Hayti J. S. Gossom ollliie over Stj leriKht Store Carutbersvlllo S. J. JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Haytl, Missouri pRE psJ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 July 1915

my t. . THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. - ' Constable W. H. Wilks was over from Caruthersvilte Friday. T. C. Pinckley, one of Portage villc's business men, was in this city Thursday. RUB-MY-TISM Will cure Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old Sores, Tetter, RinfrWorm, Ec zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used internally or externally. 25c Mrs. Frank Sandidge of Granite, Okla., widow of the late U. G. Sandiilgc, who has been visiting Mrs. Dixie Dorris and other relatives and friends in this city several Months, return ed Saturday from a six weeks' stay in Hot Springs, where she went to practice as a trained nurse and also to take treatment. On account of receiving injuries to her bark in a fall, she return t'd here, preparatory to leaving for her home in Oklahoma Thursday. V.iVfl-a,lV,iV.Vi,fcVV:V.V.V.),fcV'V;)t!t)U)-V.iif DRINK ONLY THE BEST I 4 M ib i $ 4' And have it of the best proportions, made of the best ingre dients. Our wines and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 July 1915

B-gggaaWOT, &Zi2iiaA.,in H-f THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. TS!TSZ :v VI i( 4i IH'I M m i H, 5 JB 'jIS f I, B i ff COMING SOON YOUNG BRO$. STREET CARNIVAL Mile Posts of Progress THERE are more than 13,000,000 poles in the Bell system, which cost, set in position for service, 138,000,000. Every time a telephone pole is erected it marks a step forward in the extension of telephonic communi cation. Underground lines are being steadily extended in the larger cities, but it is by means of these pole lines that the Bell telephone service has become a universal factor in the spread of social and commercial activity to the most remote localities of this broad land. Every Bell Telephone Is a Long Distance Station The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Company i ( R J I General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You DO YOU KNOW That I can save vou munevun all of your purchases? This is not an idle boast, hut a plain business propositi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 July 1915

HAYTI HERALD THE VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1915. NO. 37. SUNFLOWER TROUBLES. Tho other day wo inut a man whoseeinod to know considerable about sunflowers, of which theru is a largo mop in this county this year, and from what ho said, there is one serious obstncle in tho way. He said the principal trouble with sunllowers is in saving the seed at harvest time, by keep ing them from heating before dried out. According to his statements, this is one reason why the crop lias not been more extensively grown. The seed, he said, do not mature evenly: that while a part of the seeds in the head are full ripe and some of them oven dried out, others are yet full of sap; that the heads also mature unevenly, and that at gathering time both the ma tured and unmatured heads had to be cut, and on account of this they are very susceptible to heating in the bin or granary. He said there was hardly any way to avoid this, since the seeds must be spread very thin on the iloor, and that ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 July 1915

iWMBMww,Ewrt " tfUMCfM .w- . j-4 r jCn-L',',rr, v- - . -3- -.im4M" mi nirti m i. tr- - T T m LmrrtfnTmi t "tItiw . THE HAYTX HERALD. HAYTI, MI880UM. h V k" I! ji if k 1, i 4 1 ' I Al) the bent and latest in drinks, at Scott ft Morgan's saloon. Or if you want whiskey, wine or beer for your family or for medicine, the stock Is large and you can get what you call for. tf CITY BAKERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL r.verythlnjr In the bakery line bread, cukes and pies. Out-of-town trade a hpcclalty and. orders filled promptly. 'likes made to order for special oc casions, entertainments and weddings. E. HOPKINS, HAYTI, MO. NEWS AGENCY Daily papers, periodicals, manzin"s and books. If wo haven't jrot wiis.t on want, we'll order it. I'ut your name on our list and let us leave you u paper eery day. Located In the. front of the Keystone Uulldlntf. II. E. CARBAUGH Mayes & Crossom Attorneys-nt-Law Von Majes .1. S. Gossom olllee oltlce over Keystone llldtf Stylerijrht Store Hayti (.'aruthersvillts S. ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 July 1915

msrrrwrt TpT"! )- -""" - -ii -JT" "fT"- - r7?--'Tr,''J y ?S5S?5?TO r. " ' ji THE' HAYTI HERALD, HAYTL MISSOURL W" " 1TO General, Gounty and Local News Items ' Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You Joe Poust of Concord was hero Saturday. A. G. Jnclfson is a new Herald subscriber Ollie Chism 1ms placed his name upon the Herald's lienor roll. A. E. Taylor is an honor roll subscriber. Mrs. Wm, Maxoy is still in quite feeble health. Walter Teol of Concord was hero Saturday on his way to Godair. V.V,AV.i,i!rV.l'Wrl-4!Vr)V;iV(VfiV.)V.)fe!)Vr)V.Vt)V)i no mv am v "rue peer m DRINK ONLY THE BEST 4' It J 4j i And have it of .the best proportions, made of the best ingre dients. Our wines and liquors cannot be surpassed as a ton ic and cheering bracer. If yet unacquainted with our quality, you are losing much by delaying longer. They are the purest, of great strength and body, and exquisite flavor, and their price is very reasonable. We also handle Lemp's Falstaff and Tip To...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 July 1915

wwM-MMKWMfcwywwrwwy' WWMKPmw JH.-iiui'aiiymnm'M-'ni mm w ili' waBBttiiWBaaiBgjarartt3vSS?y! """WSni THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. I lit ti u. General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You John Raird visited at Campbell the first of the week. D. h. Sorrell was down from Koust Tuesday evening. Ed Cypert and family moved hack to town this week. "The choicest product of the brew er's urt" -r'alstaff. Drink it. Adv. Dr.G. S. McKarland .was down Irotn Concord Wednesday. Tom Hunter of Caruthersville was here Monday afternoon. A tine boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ruddle Monday morn-nig. "The choicuit product of this brew er's tut" FuKtutf. Drink it Adv. John D. Holder of Oimii visited .1. A.'Tnouipson and family last week. Jas. Kedden, engineer r.t the light plant, has been sick several I days. Arl Dillman and Albert Sisk U'Mtin lwkt Mfiiwlni ft.ntn fin t- U I ""; "-,u "'""""J "" " - Chickens and K" Wanted-H. L. crsville. j I'ophum,...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 July 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915. NO. 38. HOTEL NEEDED. The one thing Hayti needs more than anything el.u Is a first class hotel, but a hotel as good as the recently burned Commer cial Hotel would bo a great help. Hundreds of people who would otherwise stop over here and spend money and help to boost the town, now pass on tolvennott, Campbell or Caruthersville. For several months the editor has been meeting trains at the depot, and having a wide ac quaintance, not only in South east Missouri, but in Tennessee and Arkansas, has had the op portunity to observe how much this town is losing for lack of hotel facilities. The merchant in his store, or the professional man in his office may see many indications of this dire need of our city, but it takes the newspaper man to get ut the bottom of the facts. Traveling people unbosom to the news paper man because they know he is a booster for everything that is good for the town, and because they know he is fu...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 July 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. II - i ! fl -. ! f 1 L All the best and latest tn drinks, at Scott & Morgan's saloon. Or If you want whiskey, luc or beer (or your family or for medicine, the stock is largo and you can got what you call for. tf CITY BAKERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hverythinif In tliu Imkery line bread, cukes and pie's. Out-of-town trade a specialty and- orders filled promptly. (Jakes made to order for special oc casions, ontcrtulnmrnts and weddings. E. HOPKINS, HAYTI, MO. NEWS AGENCY H.iily papers, periodicals, magazines und books, if e haven't ct what on u ant, we'll order It. l'ut your mime on our list and let us leavo you a paper every duy. Located in the front of the Keystone Building. H. E. CARBAUGH Mayes & Ctassom AttorneyB-ut-Lnw Von Mayes otlire Keystone Uldjf Haytl .1. S. Oossnm olllcn over Stylerlht Store Curuthersvillo S. J. JEFFRESS LAWYKU Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri piRE Jnsurance TttftT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL Justice of the Peace ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 July 1915

& THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915. NO. 38. 1 i Court Proceedings. Tho most important cases in circuit court so far areas follows: Marion Smith, murder, dis missed by state. John Duffy, same charge, con tinued to next term. Tom Knight same, continued. Alex Lafferty, murder, con tinued by state. Louis Hunter, murder, jury trial and acquitted. Hunter, with Alex Lafferty, was charged with killing Matt Terreti at Hayward last Christmas. The case was hard fought, both as to prosecu tion and defense. Will Downing, charged with tho murder of Harry Cunning ham, was given ten years in the penitentiary, and appealed. Dr. W. J. Burgess, charged with embezzling money from a Mrs. Hayden and Mrs. Thomp son of Caruthersville, was tried Monday, was convicted and given three years in the penitentiary. Jturgess plead not guilty and was tried before a iury. His defense was lie deposited the money with the"Tri-Mutual" in St. Louis. Asked the location of the concern,...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 July 1915

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 July 1915

f THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOUKL r bat General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You Wednesday night of last weok was given over to a "tacky party" at the skating rink, and some grotesque costumes were in evi dence. Priz".s were offered, Miss Klsio Perkins winning the. first and Mrs. Ada bridges second prize. Attorney It. F. Banes, A. J. Poustand C. W. Banes of Ltl bourn, motored down to this city Saturday night, starting about eight o'clock, and arriving here, in ample time to see many of their friends and acquaintances before! the business closing hour. VlV!-V-.,fcV,W.V.-)-VrVV,V.I)V.i'!it)V.-),V.-V.-)V:),!srV.i -ff( I DRINK ONLY THE BEST I ' A- aV : J 4 .H I S 4 .If 3 And have it of the best proportions, made of the best ingre dients. Our wines and liquors cannot be surpassed as a ton ic and cheering bracer. If vet unacouainted with our aualitv. you are losing much by delaying longer. They are the purest, $ of great strength an...

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