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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 October 1921

,•—. %mL THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN J -J I i r | I * Spanish Doubloons eg Camilla 7 Kenyon COPYRIGHT THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY (CHAPTER VIII—Continued.) —11— This unique proceeding on Cookie's part neseiwarily awoke the Interest 'both of the recovered (luthbert Vane, Just emerging after his prolonged slumbers, aud of the trio who had at that inmiicBt returned from the woods. Importuned for an explanation, Cookie •IIrose from his devotional posture and ijmt the portentous query: "Mistali Vane, sab, he dey any pfop- iili coffin-wood oil (lis yere island'/" Instantly connecting my absence ■with this terrible question, Aunt .lane sshrleked and fell into tlie arms of \t\ / -Aunt Jane Shrieked and Fell Into the Arms of Mr. Tubbs. Mr. Tul>l> . I got. the story from •Cutlibert Vaue, and I must say 1 was unpleasantly struck hy the facility with which my aunt seemed to have fallen into Mr. Tubbs' embrace—us if with the ease of habit. Mr. Tubbs, it • appeared, had .staggered a little un- der hi...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 October 1921

V t~ w. ,, Jmmm i : The Rusk Cherokeean K weekly newspaper published every Frlduy moruliiK Husk. Cherokee County, Texas W. L. MARTIN editor and Publisher OFFICE PHONE 3 1 6 SUUSUltll'TlON KATES One Year - - jl.30 Six Months - - .7(5 Three Months - - I'1 This paper stops al expiration of subsi-rl|i- tlon. No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered as second-class matter .luly l'1 919, at. the post of lice lit Rusk. Texas. he Act of March il. 1K71I. I Matter Intended for publication should he signed. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. There is sure to be a good acre- age of cotton planted next year. The German mark doesn't go very far, neither in travel or pur- chasing power, so it may do more good to the folks at home. There will be quite a demand made upon the old veterans by their friends for invitations to the reunion at Chattanooga. Since thinking it over we have arrived at the conclusion that the trouble started in the begin- ning by somebody trying to B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 October 1921

W WM Society and Clubs £XCrs. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 nesdf y- Social Club. fhe beautiful home of W. E. an was the ,ccene of a gay fes- r Friday when Mrs. Sloan, Guinn, Mrs. Fitts, Mrs. ns and Mrs. Smith were itesses to their social club and bands of the club members. i tables abloom with roses ! arranged for the oyster s ip- 1 which was served at the he- rring of the hospitality. For- followed; Mrs. W. J. tinson won a beautiful potted Bnt for high score among the Jies and Mr. Shook the club for being the most suc- tsful of the men. , t Those enjoying this hospitality sides club members and their Isbands were Messers W. H. anna, A. O. Lester, Bennett Perkins, W. H. Simmons. Brprise Party. Mrs. Billie Walker entertain- Wednesday night honoring le birthday of her husband, [he party was in the nature of a lrprise. 42 was the diversion ind Mrs. Richard Mallard won a aeautiful box of candy which she gracefully presented to the hon- toree who was also presented a |box of fine cigar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 October 1921

§!>? THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN | ¥ r ft:*' wife t )&,■{£ i i V'; MBS. HAYDOCK SAVED FMH UN OPERATION Followed Advice of Her Druggist's Wife and Took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Chicago, 111.-"I was in bed with ■ female trouble and inflammation and ■ had four doctors but I none of them did me I any good. They all I said I would have to ■ have an operation. IA druggist's wife I told me to take Lydia |E. Pinkham's Vege- I table Compound and |l took 22 bottles, [never missing a dose land attheenaof that I time I wan perfectly IwpII I have never had occasion to take it again as I have been so well. I have a six room flat and do all my work. My two sisters are taking the Compound upon my rec- ommendation and you may publish my letter. It is the gospel truth and I will write to any one who wants a personal tetter."—Mrs. E. II. Haydock, 6824 St. Lawrence Avenue, Chicago Illinois. Because Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound saved Mrs. Haydock from an ope ration we cannot claim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 October 1921

2f ''**®*3r -. \ v.'W • i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN Notice tliis delicious flavor' when you smoke Lucky Strike — it's sealed in by the toasting process THE MARKETS riopuiie'i v to Wnr* M'i or Marketa^! Department of Agriculture, Wastungiuiv D. C. S NO MONEY DOWN J?"™ !> ed.ir^sa brings W ' for your *lf tlm toe MZNITK (ihM Itinff you want. t-ri> for your* fTMA*tr briUiitnen, fli> and «t>srkle of the* * ixatcMera cvixm. K<nmln«' 'imnd «njfT-«rw<J SOLID GOLD oiouauuv* and h-*au'ifu! r lieary rit ea. «*•*• t, Stfi SO-Ho. 3. t15.SO-No.«,Slft.90 Lady's Rlaft H >. 2.916.50-No 5. fl2.BO Ctf Aft ANTPC Th « rin* MUST atUfy you parfirtly. —n .... ijive |><utmun J I.Ml wn'i rirw arrivra. TMun m«*r It to day*. Yotirmoney back ff yoar*tnrn itw'.li- |n ctvut Urw Hwtifron di-eldo to keep I*. jtmt ^nd In I *..U0 nmnlnly until fixla*H'« •« i>aid Ineltiu* ftn rr •)>«• Otter at t*l prlc® UmJUd. CRUSH TODAY. Dapt.rsi THF J.IZNITG CEM COMPANY "Th - Mo. a* ot Cuallty mJ Prle*" 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 21 October 1921

They Are Satisfied Ou -customers are well pleased with the quality of the meats we have been dispensing. This pleases us as we want to sat- isfy-our patrons. We will continue to sell the best line of Beef, Pork, Breakfast Bacon, Cold Boiled Ham, Pure Pork Sausage, Etc. Phone US your needs in the meat line. Marvin Phone 169 We Deliver Promptly unnnc 3D EASY C. E. JAY East Side Square TO SERVE a fine lunch quickly with our biscuits, canned nsn, meat or poultry and our jams, pickles, olives, etc. Not a bit of cooking re- quired, a big luncheon can be prepared in a few min- utes. Many fine house- keepers keep a supply of our table dainties onhand. It will be a good idea for you to do likewise. The Grocer RUSK, TEXAS V SURE! You know where to get them in the style you love so mnch. Bauer puts up the OYSTERS To suit the popular taste, and perhaps that has something to do with the volume of business he does in that line. The Oyster Season is on now and we're serving them as of old. £ 5\ Do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 October 1921

Id re -• I |in r fir |rg liti |er iir ter Ice The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921 NO. 17 fZi NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM OCT. 3IST JEWEL THEATRE N0V- STH. Monday, October 31. ALICE BRADY in her new Rearlart Picture "LITTLE ITALY" a Story of the Adventures of a Waif in America. Tuesday, November 1. DOROTHY GISH in the Paramount Picture "LITTLE MISS REBELLION" The Cut-ups and Capers of an Unruly Little Miss. Wednesday, November 2. BILLY BURKE in the Comedy-Romancc filled with laughter "THE EDUCATION OF ELIZABETH" She made 'em all sit up and take notice. Dandy light Comedy. Thursday-Friday, November 3-1. WILLIAM S. (BILL) HART in the Picture of days of old, the days of gold, the days of '49 "THE, TESTING BLOCI" A romance of life on the redwood slopes in the days of bandits and gold. Seething with thrills and the struggle of strong men. Tender with love and home and childhood. The greatest picture Hart ever made. ALSO Two-Reel Comedy. Saturday, Nove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 October 1921

pstfl ^ g v«' •--•■*1'" Sf %r^f; ....: -. '• - - - ■ ■ I' "- *' •'''■ ■ JnPSfe^L.^ „„_ ,;. 'M-t iff mS^^k *& T ■,151?.* .< « I 8<4®®$Sto ; i ' 4 V f I M THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ,..? ?: Yes it's toasted, of course. To seal in the flavor Keeps Tabs on Those Who Move People of Birmingham Cannot Escape Bills and Rent by Old Expedient. a Proved. It.-ispfM*—I think ni; iTir<l moil are li ima.;i11;i'ivi (lent sinuk* ones. llMrjier Why <!• y«. u say (hal? "If h.is hft'ii ( siini;ih il (lull during a m.HTUMl life of HO years a man will answer ilu <|U**sti<m 'Where have you |>e Mi ?' 18,-SOS times. Surely Unit sig- BIUhs ihe marvelous'fertiliiy of a inar- rie<! mans mind." Loudon Answers. The prices of cotton and liueu ha\% been doubled by the war. Lengthen their service by using Red Cross Ball Bltie in the lauudry. AH grocers—Ad- vertisement. A Concentrated Linguist. "You say your wife is a creat Jtncuist V flow many IttUKiisige* di#es frh« speak V" "( h, it's all in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 October 1921

StO- |>y «• |ptipa her |ipa?" "but |iing." iren'f Ir. the lof hi* ram. Iionor." laiglish I'lIZ out firming' liple the 1 beauty. ij'i have If Is not (taste. because (rung. THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN it he na) Mr. 'ho •4) Itch. CALOMEL GOOD OUT TREACHEROUS Next Dose May Salivate, Shock Liver or Attack Your Bones. You know what calomel Is. It's mer- cury; quicksilver. Calomel is danger- ous. It crashes Into sour hlJe like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel attacks the hones and should uever be put Into your system. If you feel bilious, headachy, consti- pated and ail knocked out, ju.st go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dod- sen's Liver Tone for n few cents which Is a harmless vegetable substitute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and If it doesn't start your liver and straighten yon up better and quicker than nasty calomel and without making you sick, you jusl go back and get your money. Don't take calomel! It makes you sick the next day ; it loses you a day's work. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 October 1921

•V- , , I .-, - •... > .. • , ^ • ■ 1 ■ ■ • ■ . - ■ ' ■* -f. 1 The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Krlday morning ut Busk. Cherokee County, Texas W. L- MARTIN Editor and Publisher Free Tuition Help yourself, your friends and the largest educational institu- tion of its kind in States, the Tyler OFFICE I'HONE 3 16 Sl'HSl'Ull'TION KATES One Year - - f M Six Mouths - - Tliree Months - - -10 This paper slops at expiration of sul s.-ilp- tlou. No paper "forced" on anyone. F.iiU'lvil iis second-class mutter July I". 919, at the po toffice at Busk. Texas, in. r he. Act of March :J. 1S79. I Matter aljtnei. Intended for publication A'ldirss matter for the >111 < 1 be spaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. Did the Job Quickly. Mr. Jim Keahey wanted a syr- j up pan. That ribbon cane need- i the United! ed to be cared for and he was go Commercial ing to do it. He gave the order Water Question Up Again. The water question is again taking up the time and attention of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 October 1921

r li- jg lot" lie ■ id (he in d the leir pup jess (big lom Jint? lend |gh. and |)eo- land liigh 1-6-3 Society and Clubs «?l(Crs. W. L. tTilartin, Editor, Phone 69 Wednesday Club. Mrs. Tom Mallard was a de- lightful hostess to her social club Wednesday afternoon. Four groups of players played the club game 42. The club pin was won by Mrs. Frank Guinn and the club colors by Mrs. For- rest Reagan. Late in the after- noon a delicious salad course was served by the hostess to her guests. Those present besides the club members were Mes- dames Forrest Reagan, Tom Sin- gletary, Wy itt Norm in, V. M. Cox of Stephensville, Maurice Bivens of Longview. Miss Ottice Allen Lritertains High School Seniors. A very pleasant hospitality j was extended to the Senior Class) of the Rusk High School by Miss Ottice Allen Saturday night at | her home on Henderson street. The first part of the evening was spent in playing 42; pro- gressive conversation followed. Refreshments were served, then music and games...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 October 1921

U' i. ■1 a b & t ipPfT-v- bE ..W.W?*' OfflEPb . i-y j .«^g3jsa f JSISpl if ,' ;■•• '.'" ■" '•■■ . •:'* i:. ■ ■ •: J' '••< ■'■'• 'i ■ajjfr FREIGHT TRAINS BEING! OPERATED ON I.&6.N. CREWS RECRUITED FROM APPLI. CATIONS ON FILE, GO- FORTH SAYS UNION MEN ARE CHEERFUI I Declare But Few Went Out and Dia Not Expect Complete Tie-Up of Service Houston, Texas. — Three freight trains operated on the International £ Great Northern system Sunday, General Manager E. G. Goforth re- dared. This follows a complete tie- up of freight service Saturday by the strike of approximately 600 union trainmen over the line. Union officials declared that they had adopted a policy of "hands off" and would not in any way interfere with any move the company might make to resume se vice over the lines. Mr. Goforth, in discuwing the par- tial resumption of freight service, stated that the crews were made up of recruits from several applications on file and from officials having pre- vious experience in ope...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 October 1921

• ' THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN —— NyON Ji: COPV ret CTHT THE BOBBS-WERR.ILL COMPANY (CHAPTER IX—Continued.) —12— ■"December 28. Of course the cave ander the point la the logical place. 1 tiave been unable to find any slone marked B. H. on the ground above It, tout I fear that a search after Hill's tombstone would be hopeless. Under circumstances such us those of the mute's story, It seems to me that all the probabilities point to their con- <-ealltig the chest In the cave with an opening on the bay. To get the boat, laden with the heavy chest, through the surf to any of the other -raves—If the various cracks and fis- sures I have seen ure Indeed properly to be called caves—would lie stiff •work for three inen. Yes, everything Indicates the cavern under the point. The only question Is, Isn't It indicated too clearly? Would a smooth old .scoundrel such as this Captain Samp- son must have been have hidden hi* treasure In the very place certain to be ransacked If the secret ever got ■out? U...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 28 October 1921

- .1 '"r^r ' >■' * .Kw.1 ■ ..-••• ;,-r - ■ 53 aoaac * They Are Satisfied Ou customers are well pleased with the quality of the meats we have been dispensing. This pleases us as we want to sat- isfy our patrons. We will continue to sell the best line of Beef, Pork, Breakfast Bacon, Cold Boiled Ham, Pure Pork Sausage, Etc. Phone US your needs in the meat line. Marvin Troublefield Rhone 169 We Oeliver Promptly !□□□! EASY TO SERVE C. E. JAY East Side Square a fine lunch quickly with our biscuits, canned fish, meat or poultry and our jams, pickles, olives, etc. Not a bit of cooking re- quired, a big luncheon can be prepared in a few min- utes. Many fine house- keepers keep a supply of our table dainties onhand. It will be a good idea for you to do likewise. The Grocer RUSK, TEXAS SURE! Y ou know where to get them in the style you love so mnch. Bauer puts up the To suit the popular taste, and perhaps that has something to do with the volume of business he does in that line. The Oyster ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 November 1921

VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1921 NO. 18 ANOTHER TREAT FOR RUSK I 00 I lie Most Authentic Interpreters of Hawaiian Music in America.—An Artistic and Novel Entertainment. NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM NOV. 7TH. JEWEL THEATRE NOV. 12TH. Momlay, November 7. CONSTANCE BINNEY in her brand new Realart Picture "A KISS IN TIME" Also KINETO REVIEW. Tuesday, November 8. T O M M I X in his very latest Western Special "The Night Horseman" A real Thriller with plenty of Comedy and Action. Wednesday, November !). ENID BENNETT in the Paramount Picture HER HUSBAND'S FRIEND Thursday, November 10. WALLACE HE 11) in the High Comedy Special "ALWAYS AUDACIOUS" ALSO Two-Reel TWEEDIE COMEL'Y. SPECIAL: 3-P1ECE JAZZ ORCHtSTKA. : No Advance in Prices. A KM 1ST ICE DAY—The Word's Holiday. Specially Selected Program. DOUGLAS McLEAN in the Picture Befiting the Occasion Espicially Selected "The Rookies' Return" and LARRY SEMON in "THE SIMPLE LIFE" Saturday, November 12. Buck Jones Western Knock...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 November 1921

llSfe .„. P- ■£ _ ",•• 4s^6RMi sm.-.A- THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN HEADACHE? BACKACHE? mmm£y A Beautiful Woman is Always a • Well Woman Bird Song, Ark.—"For nearly two years I suffered awfully with feminine •trouBJe, which was caused by lifting heavy things, and seemingly I had fivo or six other complaints aaaed to it. I suffered with the lower part of my back and had headache nearly all the time. I began to think there was nothing that would do me any good without an oper- ation, but I thought I would try Dr. jPierce's remedies first. I took one bottle Jot Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription •ad one of 'Golden Medical Discoveiy', lso used a box of Dr. Pierce's Purifying ■Lotion Tablets and one of the 'Healing Suppositories' and took the little 'Pleas- ant Pellets' to regulate my bowels and I felt like a new woman."—Mrs. Maggie D. White, Box 7. Dr. Pierce's famous remedies can be procured from your druggist, tablets or liquid. Write Dr. Pierce, president Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 November 1921

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN -!v I ———mmmm ■■■■■—MM Spanish Doubloons eg Camilla 7 Kenyon COPYRIOHT THE BOBBS-MERRIU. COMPANY (CHAPTER X.—Continued.) —13— <'!i|>IhI Mhkiiiis itmktii more ill hi Cu.-c limn usual. "I>i<l .vim think <>' rowln' tin- whole « ny round tint (Unveil chunk <i' rockV" lit- Imjulroil. •'t Vrlnlnly not," mild Mr. Klmw ■w llh mi iii11>ni lent fruwu. St> ilio iiiiin. In iiildirUin to lilx ntlu'V unat- irnctlvc ()i)iilllics, whs liirulnir lulu ti shirk! Hitherto, with his slrennth *ii(l feverish, if iiilencitlent. enerjry, jiins an ulinnst utieuiiii.v skill with bouts, he hint liCeu of vitllle. "(Vr- lnlnly not. We lire Koine to make a «*hrefill survey of the eliffs, and ex- plore every likely opeii'iim as thor- oughly as possible. ll will be slow work and hard. As to eirciiiiiiiavignt- Iills' i he island. I see no point in it. for I don't believe the chesl ran have been carried any great distance from i lie cove." 1 "•ill--all right." said Capta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 November 1921

«l Wt';i? - "! A weokly newspaper published overy Friday mom inn ut Kubk. Cherokee County, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and Publisher OFFICE PHONE 31 e SU BSOKU'TION KATES One Year - - $1.80 Six Mouths - - .75 Three Months - - .411 This paper slops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced'.' on anyone. Entered as second-class mailer July It). #19, at the postofflce at Husk. Texas, under be Act of March 3. 1879. I Matter Intended for publication should be •Unt 1. Address matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. C. M. Tatham says the Hemp- hill streets are to be lighted. What with, Carl; moonshine? The Claiborne Hotel building will look much better when the painting job is all done. Panola county is to have an experimental farm for fruits. The Register says Mayor Wooten has set aside nine acres for t e purpose and many varieties of fruit trees will be experimented with. Marshal Foch is paying the United States a visit. He came over to see the boys who helped sto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 November 1921

Society and Clubs SXCrs. W. L. SXCarlin, Editor, Phone 69 Bridge Party. Autumn leaves and Japanese lanterns were used effectively in decorating for the bridge par- ty given Tuesday afternoon by Mi's. H. C. Knickerbocker. Card tables were arranged for three groups of players. The high score prize, a rose colored chair cushion, was won by Mrs. W. J. Johnson; table prizes, lavender chrysanthemums were won by Mesdames Charles Kerr, W. J. Johnson, Eldridge Gregg. Mrs, Knickerbocker was de- lightfully assisted by Mass Pau- line King, and by Miss Doris Humason who entertained with music all the afternoon. Late in the afternoon the host- ess took her guests to the Goodie •Garden for refreshments. Those sharing the favor of the afternoon were Mesdames Har- mon Stevens, Jim Doss, Eldridge Gregg, Richard Mallard, James Kerr, Earl Dixon, Robert Hatch- ett, Mary McDaniels, Charles Kerr, Charles Mosley, W. J. Johnson,; Misses Lois Guinn, Pauline King, Doris Humason. We want those pies and cakes y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 November 1921

Jfc# . , ;';v:'. 1 ••> "v- '-v- ?v-rr;r^r>ti^ >< - .-.- •Sttv-- " " •*"' ■ . ' ""■' ' ■-•■> "#i- >;' ■ ■" -■' TWK RITSK CHRROKEKAN CALOMEL (ODD BUT NEXT DOSE MAY SALIVATE it Is Mercury, Quicksilver. Shocks Liver and Attacks Your Bor.es. Calomel saJivatlou Is horrible. It •wells th« tongue, loosens tlie teeth miA starts rheumatism. There's no rea- son why a j>erson should take sicken- ing. sallMititig calomel when 11 few cents buys a large hot tie of Hudson's l.iver Tone—a perfect substitute for calomel. It is u pleasant vegetable liquid which will start your liver just as sorely as calomel. but It doesn't make J'0" sick and can not salivate. Calomel Is u dangerous drug; be- sides. It may make you feel weak, sick and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Hud- son's Liver Tone Instead and you will wake up feeling great. No suits neces- sary. Your druggist says if you don't liud Dodson's l.lver Tone acts better than treacherous calomel you...

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