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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 July 1907

THE.SE.NTINEL=JURA.'it FuterediApril 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL. XFXVI PICXES, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1907 a Salmagundi 'I'he Hapsburg of Austria is the oldest dynasty in Europe. It began in A. D 1276. The Alaskan Mrble Company at Shakan shipped 2.500 tone of nsarble 2o Puget sound last year. James Lewis, of 'Terrell 1'ex., was excused from jury duty recently 12e - 'e.ause he has twenty-two children. "Mother" Stewart, the founder of the V. (. T. U., has just celebrute( her 91r, birthday anniversary. She was postm'stress under Gen. Jackson the first woman known to hold a Federal office. Joseph Rocco, his wife and two ba bies are on a four-months' driving trip through Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. They are riding on a street piano vehicle, driv en by a horse. A friend slapped Morris Northway with a shingle, in spurt, at Ithaca, N. Y., and set off a lot of matches inI Northway's hip pocke'. He j...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 July 1907

N:. A: Beverly 0 Secret that something like a threat ae Conipanied the message. Prince Gabriel was in complete con trol at Serros and was disposed to -laugh at the demands of his late cap tors. His half brother, the dethroned Prince Dantan, was still hiding in the fastuesseil of the hills, protected by a small company 'of nobles, and there was no hope that he ever could regain his crown. Gabriel's power over the army was supreme. The general pub licadmired Dantan, but it was helpless in the face of circumstances. "But why should Amphaiin seek to barass Graustark at this time?" de pnanded Beverly Calhoun in perplex Ity and wrath. "I should thIak the trutes would try to help her." "There Is an element of ol)posltilon to the course the government Is tak ing," the officer informed her in his own way, "but it is greatly In the ml nority. The Axphainians have hated Graustark since the last war, and the princess despises this American. It Is an open fact that the Duke of MiSzrox leads the ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 July 1907

J. McD. Bruce, President.1 T HE PI PICKENS CAPITAL i PROFITS - DEPOSITS - 5 Per Cent J. F. Banister, B. J. M. Stewart, T. N. Hunter. "AT q Are still offe goods, noti( fancy groce We can sell you a g< Fancy patent flour at Rib side meat at i re Nice white lard ioc. Cottolene, 25c, 55c, - Best grade granulane White Lake. fish 7c tl Three cans of good p Three pound cans toi Alaska pink salmons Three cans of green I Three cans sweet cor We have just openec be glad to ]lave you see W. e F Don't forget that we P produce, either cash or 0ill in Kid Every trace of UV Kidney 03 A Wo: For Sale by the Pickens oF J. OART~lt, President, LIBE] Calia - DBpositB - !OlITIAN, OR(4AN, w . . Far . M. Mauldin, Cashiet. DKENS BANK SOUTH CAROLINA. - - - - '$20,500.00 - - - 20,532.00 -- - - - 150,000.00 Interest Paid On Deposits Directors A. Hagood,. W. M. Hagood, I. M. Mauldin, J. McD. Bruce. H. A. Richey, J. P. Carey Q8 lffn and CO. 'HE OLD STAND." ring bargains in dry )ns, shoes, staple and ries. od ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 July 1907

Consumption is Certain relief i will result from tht - Hope, rest, fre Emutiion. '* .ALL DRUGGIE 748 SE IN C The Lu MUST brii et by the 1 the Range to the nex Res] D. B. C ~Business Local Notices of Sale, Wants. Swaps, inserted in this Column at 5 centv line for each insertion. Nothing for leas than 10 cents. We do not out quality, theref cannot out prices. Piokens Bottling WV Wanted, to buy 1,000 hens, 1,5 en eggs and all the roosters that get. W. E. Freeman When in Easley .put up you at B. P. Martin's feed and live ble. He also handles all ki feedstuff. Call and gee me If yon wane a or any work ini the phtograph 11 May 2918 E.M. FARMI Opposite Folger, Thorntey We have just received a solid Zanesville stone ware oonsisl churns, pitchors, etc. The ohu: be sold' ut 100 the gallon. Ask this beautiful ware whether you buy or not, Craig Bro I would like to fill a limited of bills for houses with firat-clasi lumber at 81 per 100 at mill. 4 west of Plokens, A. W. GIra, Route 8 Ph FOR SALE...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1907

SA 'Th>.SE.NTINELWJOURNA,' Eutered April 28, 1903 at Pickos, 8. C., au sec ()l caIsi matter, %tder act of Cougress of March 8, 1879. -OL . FPICKS0, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 190' 7 - - _ The effect of Scott' pale children is magical. It makes them plump, It contains Cod Liver 4 and Glycerine, to make fi and so put together that by little folk. ALL DRUGGISTS. SC SAVED A SCALPING. A Peculiar Experience In an Indian Uprising. Indian warfare has produced inany weird and unexpected situa tions, and the mind of the romancer has created more. But the strangest of them all will hardly surpass in novelty an experience which befell a citizen of Wyoming in the late Ute uprising. The Indians were sweeping across northern Wyoming near the Montana line and were be ing gradually surrounded by troops ,poured in from several quarters. The whites were armed for their own defense, and on several occa sions conflicts had been narrowly averted. One morning James J. Calla han of Arvada went o...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1907

Pickens lSentinel-Journal PUBLISHED EVY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TOMPSON & RicHr, Pos. Subscription $1.00 Per Anunm. Advertising R'tes Reasonable. Eniterel iat Pickens Lustotice as Second Class Mail N:aitter PICKENS, S. C.: 'rlURl)AY, JULY 11, 1907. Salmagundi About one-third of the land in the Mexican state of Durango is held by lifty-fivo men. One estate covers 1,000,000 acres. Since Pius X was e!evated to the ponti'ical throne, less than four years ago, no fewer than fifteon cardinals have died. Th next national Republican con vention will be composed of 992 del egates, of which 332 will come from the South. The number required to nioninate is 497. Gulls are being trained for postal service in pla'ie of carrier pigeons by the maritime station of the biological department of the University of Lyon, at Toulon, on the Mediter ranean. Where the trouble is physical, such as failure of an organ, indiges tion, congestio7 of the liver, and so on, strong, fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1907

., . :2r T N INSEELM JURNAL EuteredjApril 28, 190 Lt Pickens, .C., as secoad lass matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL Fxvl ICE&1 SOUTH CAROLIA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1007 ,. Mrs. W. H. Johnson, of Charles ton, iill arrive in Pickens on the 13thr visit friends. 'Several of our advertisers have re nently changed their ads. Hunt them up and see what they say. The Anderson Daily Mail of the 6th instant says that the Liberty Oil Mill, which has been owned and op. erated by the Anderson Phosphate and Oil company since 1901, has been sold to several citizens of Easley and Liberty. The transfer papers were made out several days ago and the actual trade was consumated yes. terday afternoon. Dr. R. F. Smith of Easley will be president and treasurer and Mr. John A. Robinson will be secretary. Mr J. 1P. Smith is another who is largely interested. The concern will be known as the Liberty Oil Mill. It is a 20 ton plant and has been in operation for many years. At Rest. News has b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1907

.Y :U she filied. The ud of tier w 'Iv 3 ie in ai meIiure e stor vd the corn~ iat hlaal e(nI parlyzel. Un 'o'n# 1Eiiusl'y (lis sliin stprig of southern valor. threw bacek her shouliflers anid lifited her clini. If they were brigands they slouki not. id her a crInging (ow~mlI. Al'ter all. she was a Calhoun. ''h' inina slIt( hal first observed stop pal4 n1e0ar the liorsexs' heads and peercl hitently at her from beneath a broad mu11l riiish hat. 1ie was tall :'al ap lPartd(1 to ie 1o10e0 respectably clad h1111an his fellows, although there was 111. one who looked as though lie pos ;I'(d a '01nlet.0outlit. of weiaring alp parel. "Poor wayfarers, my it please your. hiliess," replied the tall vagabond, howing low. To her surprise, he spoke in very good EnglIsh. H1is voice was clear, and there was a tinge of polite irony in the tones. "But all people are ailike Ili the mountains. The king and the thief, the princess and the Jade live in the common fold." And his hat swung so low that It to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1907

-we Q yol W. E. I "A'l Are still of goods, not fancy gro< We can sell you a Fancy patent flour Rib side meat at i Nice white lard to Cottolene, 25c, 55< Best grade granul White Lake fish 7c Three pans of goo< re pound cans T Als'ka pink salmoi Three cans of gree Three cans sweet < We have just oper be glad to have you . W.EJ Company will Ki Every trace < U', Kidne: A W For Sale by the Picker J. OARTER, P'resident. LIBE . MOROAN - MORGAN, ounts of Merchants. I NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO made of the very best leaf that we can buy 6n the very best leaf market in the world. 'Io those wio prefet a natural leaf tobateco unhesitatingly say that af ter one trial of TAYLOR'S N4TURAL LEAAF gi twill use it exclusively in the future. Every ine.rchnnft h to sell it-if yours don't, insist on his gottiny it for You. MFRCiANTS-Writo us for our special prigp3 oree an adCO. THE OLD STAND." Wering bargain~s in dry ions, shoes, staple and iaenes. good roasted coffee at 12 1-2c the pound at the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1907

au FOR YOUNG in the a Beautiful scenery. Invig Careful attention to needs colleges. Terms very reasoi Fr ALL TEI For catalogue or informati W, H. V 748 .S IN ( The I MU Tbr et by the the Ran to the ne Re Jill--Why do legal pape ing "to wit?" Jack-I'm know wlen nost of themI Wit.-Baltimore Amerlcan. The Eclipse. An eight-year-old gir a great deal of talk abou ed eclipse of the sun. hand promptly with I glass when the exhibit but comimenced to cry dark, exclaiming: "Oh, papa, the sun's g Being assured on tha asked: "Do the stars that g< the eclipse have 'to geta night ?" Being asked next' da thought of the eclipse, contemptuously: "It di< to much. It 'was only a sun."--Chicago Tribune The Llion'a Shae It was the night of - Fourth.' The entire tov to be celebrating, but M the wealthiest citizen more firewvorks than al townspeople together. 4 terns illumined the lawn, red fire blazed bef< lawn, roman candles sy his veranda, rockets'hit from his back yard. Little Virginia Smiti ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1907

.n Liu anc Clo Sp Bu, Ha C 1 0'6Rs Soulluel-Journal 'Aappenings of a Local and Personal Nature. J. McD. Bruce and wife are spend e H m & Cm&Head. i T ''lb I !vivheR and Stella heI 1r'd .'y foir a stay at Miss Helen Boggs, who has been ':Riiing Mrs. Lee Carpenter in Green .iLle, has teturned to her. home in Pjikens. L. A. Hagood, whoi has beetn spend ing a time with his family at his muu~mer borne in -Pickens, returned Monday to Charleston. There will be an all-day singing at dix Mile Baptist church the first Sun. da~y in August.. Everybodiy invited tA) come and-bring their song books 4tid dinner. There will be an al-day singing at: Corncord Baptist church the fourth Sunday in July. Everybody come wad bting song books and well-Illed, baskets. Prof. Buebush is expected: to be present. Mrs. J P. Smith, of Birmingham,' Ala.. who is spending the summer In, Pickens, the guest of Mrs. B. A. Ha good, spent' Monday in Greenvinle, accompanied by her don and daugh ter and M'aster Jas. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1907

Busi ess Locals. Notices of gale, Wants. Swaps, etc. insorted in this Coluini it 5 ednts per Jino for each ilisertion. Nothing taken for less than 10 cents. In Business Again. J. D. Moore will soon be ready to sell you iuent again and will buy your prc <duce also. Wie do not out quality, therefore we c1not cut price. Pickens Bottling Works. Wben in .El'sley put up your stock at B. P, Martin's feed and livery sta ble. He also handles all kinds of feedstuff. 38-tf We have just received a solid car of Zanesville stone ware consisting of churns, pitchers, etc. The churns will be sold at 10c the gallon. Ask to see this beautiful ware whether you want to buy or not. Craig Brothers. I would like to fill a limited number of bills for houses with first-class rough lumber at $1 per 100 at mill. 43 milos West of Pickens. A. W. Gravley, Route 3 Pickens. A few first class s(wing machines, slightly used to be sold at greatly re duced prices. Also sewing machines rt - paired. Call at Craig Bros...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 July 1907

TE SEN IE 1 URNAL - Eutered)April 28, 1903 at Pickens, B. C., as secoad class matter, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL.___ iICKBOS, SOUTH CAROLINA, -THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1907 Presentment of Grand Jury. STATHE OF SOUTH CAVtOLINA, CJounty of Pickens. ' We, the Grnd Jury, beg leave to mtake this. our final presentment,. at. this term of the Court: L We have passed upon all bills placed in our hands by the Solicitor, and mide such returns thereon its the evidence warranted, in our judg ment. H. We have, by committee, ex amined all 'the various offices of the -county, and report thereon as fol lows: We find the seve.al offices in good condition an-d the bonds of the -oflicers satisfactory to us. We checked ,up the Supervisors' books as to the expenditures through that office, a ud found the same coriect. We took the settlement made by the Comp troller-General with the County Treas urer, and the same satisfied us as being correct. 4 III. It having been reported to us that there i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 July 1907

PUD~Jsl 1 lVRY THURSDAY MoRN f. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TFOMpsow & RwlnBr. PRoPs. J. L. O. ThOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Plckens Fostofflee as second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: TRURSDAY, Jijjj 8, 1907. Peath of Mr. Thomas J. Childs. * *! 9 ! vqiot 8nd 4?90 cit. Izens h6 6ossed the Aver Into tih great beyond. Mr. Childs died at his home, two miles northeast of Pickens, on the night of the 12th inst., at the ripe age of 82 years. He bad been in failing health for a year or mere, and while his death is re gretted it was not unexpected by his family and near frieds. He WAs hoi'h in Greenville connty liov. 22, 1825, and lived in That county until 1867, when he moved to this county, where he has ltvit %we since He has live *h6 We Mled since 187I and dWrini't 1tee years lived an aprigt, 'Chrir'tiah' life. He was the fathdr di T6 thildren, 13 of whom livia 'to 'be grown, and 12 of whom are'novliving and have fam...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 July 1907

pa n Li an F ,C1 SI p. B1 B-' H( Pickens Selltinel-Jounmal Happenings of a Local and Persona Nature. 16h inst, to Mr. am< Lth, a daughter. graimar sohuol will open on the 22d inst., with Prof. W F. Earle, of Contral, as principal. The Gates school, Central, will cpet Monday, 22d inst., with Miss Ine: McOlanahan as teacher, and Mis Lillie Burroughs, assistant. Mr. and'Mrs. J.. H. Ne vton aud family wish to thank tbe peo)ple e Pickens and vicinity for their kind ness during their recent bereave ment. Those in any wayv interested in' th graveyard at Enon are requested t, meet there Friday before the four-tI Sunday iu this month with tools ti clean off. There will be an all-day old an young folks singing at (lamp Cree church the fourth Sunday in July Bring song books and well-filled baa kets. B. P. Kelly. At a regular communication c Keowee 'Lodge No. 79, F. & A. M the -"Legend of the Third Degree N. will be given by a Master Mason < renown, who is a fine speaker, and - therze...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 July 1907

Business Locals. -Insertedill n tis ('olumnn ill 5 c'ents p~er 1 line for ealh insertioni. Nothing takt'l n for. less. that11' 1114, 1n14 In Illsiness Agi ail. 1). Moore will Soolt bw readly to sell You me 1iat igai: aind will buy Your pro. (tite ais". We do noI (it <itialit.y, thereforo wt o muI ot cut prices. Pickens Bottling Vork-i. We i. ish-y IIL up your Stolc at 13. 1', IM 1l l ,i 'vs 4 feed :0 t livery sItat bMe. He also handles ill kintids of It (' 1st till. 38-ti We haive just r- eetvel a olid car o uIIsville stone .VIrn Con1sistinig o0 (1hrn1S. ifiter-, (t'. The churns will beV Void ;it lW t gallon. Atk to set (his beauifuhl war' A-hiether %.oil wAvnt tt, (Wy Mrint. Craig Brotheris, Io l li ke ii b) fill a limlited n111h11 1ih of, bills hior hollism with irs-s ronigh umllber -,[ .41 per 100 at mnill. 4P. miil,) wit si of l'icitn s. A. W. Gravley, Rtoute 3 Pienls. A fow first eltss swing maebines, 'tliglily osvd to be sold at- greatly re. dIecl priee. Also sowing machine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 August 1907

1 11 E SENT~lINELT -UR2L R ntere4 April 28, 1908 at Pickous, S. C., as sooond class matter, uider aot of Cougress of March 8, -1879. VOL. XXXVIL1 _ PICKENS, DOUrn GAROL1NA, 7IUR3DAYI AUDUST 0, 1907 '' Additiklal Locals. Mr. J. T. Dillard who lives on ,on Rcral Route No. 1 is rep)rted to be sick with typhoid fever. Two other members, of his family aro sick with the same malady. Mrs. Marcus Spencer died at her home at Cateechee last Saturday from eresypelas after a few days du ration. She was buried Sunday at Six Mile chuich. She leaves a bus. band and three children, besidts a host of relatives and friends to mourn. her death. There are lots of visitors in and around Pickens these days. If you do not see the nanies of yolur guests in the paper you have no o ne to blame but yourself. We notice all whom we can find out about, and it is simply a false modesty, on your part, not reporting the names of your guests to us. We like to report all items of a local or personal nature and will d...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 August 1907

i raustar .1 . surreptitiously lifted-were unusually pensive. "It Is strange that you live in Grau. stark and have not seen its princess before," she said, laying groundwork for Inquiry concerning the acts and mhereabouts of the real princess. "May it please your highness, I have not lived long in Graustark. Besides, It Is said that half the people of Gan look have never looked upon your ftce." "I'm not surprised at that. The pro portion is much smaller than I imag .lned. I have not visited Ganlook, strange as it may seem to you." "One of my company fell in with some of your guards from the Ganlooki garrison day before yesterday. He learned that you were to reach that elty within forty-eight hours. A large detachment of men has been sent to meet you at Labbot." "Oh, indeed," said Beverly, very imuch interested. "They must have been misinformed as to your route or else your Russian escort decided to take you through by the lower and more hazardous *ay. It was our luck that you dame b...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 August 1907

Busin _ss il No shog fresh an~do WN, irts aV:. All ptr and fp wu thec gradi rom~ Cof] G ra u date rugar 40 I fgo( W. E, 'I -' etthat : d ther ca ~~o1 c KiNR{Y 1E tmeuts. Abrariau. - logne .o ipany rytra K *' F he Hek but i1he dull seagot we must push Wafter, b ains and we want your trade. 91;s 'to-ork oft. Everything new and C-66 that wil catcl you if you call on us. .ys: Pants ew Lot Just Received 60, $1.66, $1,76 and $2.00 Every own price. ed lawn 5c straight marked down to 4c, es at 5c. 10 "$1 ~1~lbs for W along the line at &A THE OLD STAND." Co we pay highest market prices for country 5h or trade. lord College PARTANBURG, S. C. ELSON SNYDER, M. A., LITT. D., LL. D. PRESIDENT. -Gymrnasimn under competent director, Athletic Grounds. 84*ce Hall. Fiftyfourth year begina September 18, Jcea .. A. GAMEWELL, Secy. No Insurance vill insure any onie having any trace of (idney Trouble ce of Idney trouble igeliminated by will be paid liv the Inter sII* tate UJhemiical Co.. of Bal timotr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 August 1907

poem s 0. jtEiiooi FOR- YOUNG MEN I In the Garden spot of Beautifiul scenery. Invigorating olima Careful attentioni to nWeds of studnbs. egesi. fTerns very reasonablo. FALL TERM OP (o)r catIogiue or informition, address W, H. WOODI THERE 719 Seeds in tlie Gc :about that many WHITE CAN I want to dispose while you can get of them I will $1.75 ladies' whi $1.50 ladies' whi $1.00 misses' w Tic rubber sole Ti Respei D. B. CC Eczema. Yor the good of those .suffiering with -eia, or other such trouble, I wish to Ny, my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors' remedies for some time eonaluded to try Chamber. .in's Salve, and- it proved to be better than any thing she had tried. For sale a 6y Pickens Drug 0o.. For an Imepaleed Appette. Tb improve the appetite and strength. --e the dijestion try a few doses of Obam brlaid's -Stomach and Liver Tableta. M. 'J IH.-Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., says: "Tl -restored my appebite when im paed,. relieved me-of a bibaed feeling and cause...

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