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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

■'rSAfk# "'' -w- 4MNHN1^'.£ flH%P •/$• - ##/ ." * A- ->—: , i;—t. — , .—r 3=== NO 39 VOL. 3 , FRIDAY, OTCOBER, 3, 1902, mm - HraV j • V'1' v. HPI^- **".•• ' Ml I| r ,,- con Pf «v* have for sa*'e in Freestone and Limestone counties very fine improved farms, on which we are prepared Jer very favorable terms, both as to price, time and man- |f payment. We publish below a partial list, which we "ier special bargains: 10|D acies in Freestone county, about 6 miles West of Fairfield, 50 acres weir improved and in cultivation, good new house, and other improvements. 541 acres Navasot bottom land, heavily timbered. Special bargain. 99 acres 4 miles southwest of Mexia, about 75 acres in cultivation, good house, well, tark. orchard, barns. 70 acres 4 miles southwest of Mexia, 60 acres in cultivation, house and othe improvements. 102 acreB about 4 miles southwest of Mexia, black prairie land, 7"> acres in cultivation, balance pasture, bouse, well and tank, cribs and barn. !320 acres about...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

1 A KICKS 0 EXAS i iew nut train •KUHONA CITY, WICHIT/ VENI1 :hita, ENISON. SHERMAN, DALLAS, FORT WORTH M principal point* In Texas and the South- mi; This train 1 new throughout and 1> KMla up of the finest equipment, provided ma electrio lights and all other modern Vmtrcttng convenience*. It rons via our now «afUed Red River Division. Every appliance known to modern oat JKtS'.Uag and railroading has been employed .to tea make-up of this service, including Cafe Observation Cars, namat the management of Fred. Harrey. Tail information as to rates and all details <x *trip via this new ronte will be oheerfulljr Jjrniahed, upon application, «ntative of the by any repre- EAST and NOBTHFAST Via New Orleans and toe Louis- ville & Nashville Railroad. Double Daily Trains composed of magni ficent coaches, free re-lining chair cars, sleeping cars and dining cars to Chicago, Louis- ville, St, Louis, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Washington, Phila- delphia, New York and all points in the Norc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

List. Report of Land and Town Lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Limestone County, Texas, for the year 1900, ?T f " rr,' f\; ••• r X which are delinquent for Taxes of 1900, returned by C. S. Cookerly, Tax Collector. In Commissioners Conrt. THE STATE OF TEXAS. ) County of Limestone, ] We certify that we have examined the following reports of lands and town lots, assessed on the ax rolls of Limestone county for the years 1900 and 1901, which are delinquent for taxes for said years, and find the same correct. Given under our hands, this 14th day of May, 1902. a. j. Harper, County Junge. w. h. Stroud, [seal] j. b. Carmichael, f. s. Jackson, " C. T. Harris, Attest : j.'a. Wright, County Cldrk. County Commissioners. NAME OF OWNER. LAND. STATE 'J'AX. ( OL'Xl'i' Taxes > a ORIGINAL GRANTEE. I O 1 > I § } V-f TJ'vYN lots. 7. 'S: CD c O 0 — O I Abernathy. Mrs. Mary .. Boykin, P. V Bailey, Albert Bawer, W. E /- Bawer, W. E Brown, Geo. Ann Bradshaw, A. C Busby, Henry Cook, A. .T Dunn, G. W ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

I'Ki'/ -- Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year, .... «1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexla, Tex., as second clan mall matter MBXIA, TEX., OCT. 3, 1902, LigMhsues Lantern Completed. The big lantern to be need In the government llghthoose at Scotch cape, baa Just been finished by an Atlanta (On.) manufacturing plant Night Workers in London, Including policemen, grssswsn. bak- ers, postal employes and market pie, at least 1M.0M people are lag all night In London. Art Fanciers Bid High. Thirty thousand dollars was paid recently tor a -bronze statuette of Hercules at the concluding sale of the Bardini collection in London. The total amount realized by the entire collection was (228,640. mmtmwmmmmm. [Report of Land and Town Lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Limestone County, Texas, for the year 1901, which are delinquent for Taxes of 1901, returned by C. S.t*Cookerly, Tax Collector. NAME OF OWNER. Stick Insect of B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

'i&k r , ': m t . : I V $ mwm Rlpiii T«twiu Doctors And A fpnui jirracripdan For mankind. W.C.T.U. Column EDITED BY A MEMBER. ■COLUMBIA DISC Ripans Tabules are a common sense, effectual cure for dyspepsia, biliousness, heartburn, headache, con- stipation, dizziness and all disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. They are intended for the use of men, women and children everywhere, and have proved beneficial in the majority of cases. It is not claimed that they will perform miracles, but some of the cures which they have effected amount almost to that. Easy to take and prompt in action, they have no rival as the best remedy for the every-da'y ills of humanity. A MEDICINE WHICH PROLONOS UrC. " I have uncd Ripao* Tabuks l«r a WMnber ef jr«ar* and would m>l he without them. I was troubled with indigcitioo and con«lpaUoa, and have noticed aioca I l.«ve bren uung them that I am getting rid wf fjuut ter-ibk apelU which confined me to t d on wrcount ^ \he dixaincas-. Of lata 1 kaw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

^s,.*. . .......... , ... ,v,.. «v.•.. "jrt^v' >,; ::., mimm<t\■// ■■<*$'#?< •'*? pggBW f«n- ■■■■■■ES^C^FTP^FNV •." •••-• 3596® if ; *4, . Published every Friday by ^ ie Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX. President and Manager. life,. IV> % "M' ■*r\ s... I - Subscription, per year $1.00 Entered at tbe postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter MEXIA TEX., OCT 3, 1902 The coal strike is still on, and Old Crimp is a comin.' Farm and Ranch tells of a Dallas burgler that recently atole two bibles and twelve packs of cards at one haul. Wonder if he got them all from the same place? It is now said that the president had that operation performed as a ruse to keep from going on hi3 trip. But no one will believe that Teddy would cut off his leg to spite his foot. The Navasota Examiner wants to get a street fair—just fur Tun. Why not have it just for the busi- ness it will draw? That's the way it is supposed to be handled in other towns. The dispatches tell us that in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

. . Wll«. ♦ NAME OP in equal* IskjO&W? 'J-'fc'f mi mi Norris, j. w. A Liliitha8 return- Out*, T. I k. Parker, Starley j Petty, J. P 4)g else, Pftyton, F. P ; £?" ! • L ry IB assisting Phillips, ChM „ b Pbillips, Lonnie ..... n office. Plunkett, Mrs L. A... Polke, B. D 1 winner. foike, E. D , ., Polke, E. D A of "orn Pr **r, M Dr. Conrad- Procter, W. F Klw.1? ' * * "Ahulz's Durff Rhodes, D. I Richardson, J. H., , Riley, T. J As, of Shreve RJley, T. j .1 visiting rela- Riley, T. J... ' " Roarch, J. H Robison, L...w, . r, , . Bobison, Hariprnip Sce(1 at Rogers, Alvajbtorc. Ross, Scott I WW Rucker, SelifVlldredge, of West, ovD?.beclU/visiting his brothers, Shelton B# *? ' Sims &/.[ and Homer, for a Slmmo Slaug] ®m,tJ/lackson Bros, for heaters Sowdf ves ana stove pipe. stapes Garrison and Roberts of r, who have been visiting here and at Tehuacana, day for Waxahachie. V K • iVj //• V '■ Wolverton will sell you a \ £4 inch Bain wagon i'or $02 50; /®lTiaoh f?G3.50. I,/{ Mrs. Jennie ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

sr K4> i vM. fs W: M it K. U" rsr. ' Heart wn, take Rn r«PBP i a tablets. All druggists are authorized to refund money it they fail to cart. Price 50 cents per package. At Kemp's Drug Co. y Miss Sallie Smith is id Dallas attending: the fair. To Cure AUIaria in Pour D ays Take Quinoria. All druggists are authorized tj refund the money in any case of chills, fever or malaria it fails to cure. Price 60c per package. Sold Kemp Drug Co y Dr. Starley went up to Dall .t to take in the fair for a few days A Perilous Leap From Pike's Peak, t4,134 feet, will not cure softening of the brain, but a 26 cent box of Cheatham's Lax^tjye (phjll Tat?-ts will cure chills. No eure-no JWy, m Mrs. Drennen has returned to Bremond after a few days visit in our city. Repent of YouTljin'' Anil use Hunt's Lightning Oil for all pains, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Rheuma- tism, Cuts, Burn", Colic and Diarrhoea. Satisfaction gnarnuteed or money re- funded, 25 Hii'l ,r:0 cts. m from his J. H. Reeves was down Corsicana ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

£ DELINQUENT TAX LIST-Yesr 1901, continued. ■ n !'s'm j- - %■ fe- ll 1 ' JL8 1)- 3t • to ho 'he 1US -ill ter log / blic. .t- * rjjal- «nd ounil JtM' R0 . NAME OF OWNER. Norrls, J. W. ft Lillian H Out*. T. I Parker, Starley Petty, J. P Payton, F. P Phillips, A. L Phillips, Chan PfcJUips, Lonnie •• Plunkett, Mrs. L. A. Polite, B. D folke, B. D Polke, E. D Prager, M Procter, W. F Randall, Jack Reeves, W. J Rhodes, D. I Richardson, J. H Riley, T. J Riley, T. J Riley, T. J Roarch, J. H Robison, L Robisgn, Harriet Rogers, Alva Ross, Scott Rucker, Selvia Rumbeck, E. M Shelton Bertie Sims & Sims Simmons. C. L Slaughter, A. P Smith, Mrs. I. M Sowders, J. A Stephens, J. M Stewart, Jerry Stone, J. L Stokes, J. J Tuckner, Aug Y Trice, M. T Vestal, G. H Wagner, L. K Wallace, J. W Walling, J. D Wadford, H Watson, Willie & M. E ^Wayland, J. C Westbrook, Westley White, W. M White, A. P White, A. P Williams, W. H Williams, W. H Williams, W. H Williams, D. C Williams, E. T Williams, Reddock W...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

\ IT T f J I ^ * " WjK&i v, ft* I Pi I I W B n Ther< are forests of leafless some parts of Australia. The) respire, ao to srieak, through a little stem, ap- parently answering the purpose 'of a leaf. The tree Is known as "the leaf- less acacia." Tremendous Power of Explosive. Trance has secured the patent rights of a new nitroglycerin powder which It Is contended will send a rifle bullet seven and one-half miles and hi crease the artllleVy range eighteen utiles. Added to Rich Man's. Wealth. The father of Ian Malcolm, M. P., who has just married Miss Jeanne Langtry, recently succeeded to the valuable Scotch estates of 1/oltaloch on the dentil of Lord Malcolm. ■ Cultivation of the Orchid. An authority on the orchid says an amateur cultivator often fails, not so much through want of attention, but through overattention and a disregard ■vt nature and her lawn. Lady Henry Somerset's Visit. Lady Henry Somerset expects to 3ail for New York Sept. 2G. Unable to remain long in this cou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

-1 >"• 4 /* '■ *.•'. f'^'-<> '.< ." . , wt vw '.y, v.'4# -> <*•• > '"V ';-*■' -* ,1'^ ■ i*-"y qfrSftJffO ** MS V ilWaMrfM -' M y •' ' ■ •''«■ • \\ k' 1(1 11 la Is y r-M rii let W i I •'.! >• 80! 1 ::>: ...i.. •foU will ft - ...I., ooi a .1.. 3K& Wetktht"4 Your Kidneys. I •Itty Kidneys Make Impure Blood. •* Mm blood In your body puies through your kidney* once every three minutes. ... M*m m The kldneye ere your blood purKlera. they fil- ter out the weete or Impurities In the blood. !(they ere tick or out of order, they fell to do their work. Peins, aches end rheu- matism come from ex- cess of uric acta In the „ blood, due to neglected r trouble. ey trouble causes quick or unsteady heart boats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart Is over-working in pumping thick, kldnry- poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, ' 'bat now modern scie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1902

.id; aatrasssBraspn *sm wSk JBiiv Filled With New Fresh Good: Bought ,f ram Jfirst Hands for the spot cash/thus enabling us to save our customers the Middle Mans profits. Buying in li„ i ijuanities for five big stores we Secure'our merchandise at tlie lowest possible prices, we are jubilent this, season over the splendid values our Buyer has secured for us and submit a few prices here as an earnest of the many splendid bargains we have to offer j fen every'department." "■-."-'v fr.,J MILLINERY-*- We take a juist i>ride in this department and carry as handsome a line of shapes, trimmings, ribbons and velvets as can be found in larger cities, and with competant trimmers we can produce the most becoming creations. All the novelty !ln ready to wear hats for Ladies and Hisses at lowest prices. A complete line of Ladies muslin underwear will be found in this , department. i J X I p-iv r Staples. 2500 yards CQtton Flannel at 5 cents. Good drill back cotton flannel at 6c. Heavy drill bac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1902

, Mexia, Texas mom VOL. 3 MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OTCOBER, 10, 1902, NO 40 mm x\T J I BICi COLLISION BARELY AVERTED • Drunk Men on Train Came Near Causing a Serious Acci- dent. Coraicana Daily Sun. Yesterday morning the north- bound Ontral passenger, due hare at 6:20, had five drunk men aboard who camo very near caus- ing a rear-end collision between Groesbeck and Meyia, which would have probably caused the loss of many lives, had it not been for the late railway appli- ance and quick action on the part o£ the passenger crew. The passenger train 1-ffc Gr.-i -s- beck lollowedby a double-header 1 freight, and as the '••rain reached the bottom of a long grade these intoxicated men pulled the draw- head lever bet,ween the car?, cut- ting tne train in two, and leaving the chair car and sleeper on the frrt'uck in front of the heavy freight train. The automatic air brake was set when the coaches separated, and •the signal wli; tie in !ho engine was blown when the hose was pulled apart, warni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1902

W$iii Sour Stomach or Heart Dura, take Bn STanpaiA tablbts. AU druggist* are authorized tc refund money if they fail to cure. Price CO cents per package. At Kemp's Drni; Co. 35 Mrs. Murray is visiting friends in Dallas. To GM* llUlaria la Four D ays Take Qcinoria. All druggists are authorised t j refund the money in any oase of chills, fever or malaria it fails to cure. Price 50c per package. Sold Kemp Drug Co y J. Desenberg was a visitor to the fair Sunday. A Perilous Leap From Pike's Peak, 14,134 feet, will not cure softening of the brain, but a 25 fpnt bos <jf Clb(ja*h-im'9 LaxRti.Te Chill Tablets will ciire chills, ilo ctire—no pay m J. P. Cooper, of Shanks, has returned from the fail'. Repent of Your Sill* And use Hunt's Lightning Oil for all pains, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Rheuma- tism, Cuts, Burns, Colic and Diarrhoea. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re- funded. 25 and 50 cts. m si' Dr. T. L. C. Means went up to Dallas to attend the fuir. Mistakes are Costly. You can make no m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1902

" ' ' * '■'' \ i, : ' * Lm ' . ll ! L—— 5S-WB Report of Land and Town Lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Limestone County, Texas, for the year 1900, which are delinquent for Taxes of 1900, returned by C. S. Cookerly, Tax Collector. In Commissioners Conrt. 11? '* 0 r. THE STATE OF TEXAS. ) County of Limestone, j We certify that we have examined the following reports of lands and town lots, assessed on the ax rolls of Limestone county for the years 1900 and 1901, which are delinquent for taxes for said years, and find the same correct. Given under our hands, this 14th day of May, 1902. A. J. Harper, County Junge. W. H. Stroud, | [SEAL] J. B. Carmichael, ( F. S. Jackson, C. T. Harris, Attest: J. A. Wright. County Cldrk. County Commissioners. NAME; U? OWNER. LAND. STATS TAX i S50UXTV T*XI3H . OTUGIXAI. GRANTEE. T J X LOTS. Sympathize With Prtncasa. In spite of her residence abroad most of the time, Prince Leopold's widow still draws $30,000 from the British treasury every year. From the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1902

£i«- Wfc „ t3 ill Published every Friday by The Hefald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year $1.00 •.rir' ■m Report of Land and Town Lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Limestone County, Texas, for the year ^ 1901, which are delinquent for Taxes of 1901, returned by C. S.,*Cookerly, Tax Collector. r Entered at the postofflce at 'Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter MEXIA TEX., OCT 10 , 1902. Llghthou** Lantern Completed. The big lantern to be used tn the government lighthouse at Scotch cape, Alaska, has just been finished by an Atlanta (Ga.) manufacturing plant. Night Workers in London. Including policemen, pressmen, bak- ers, postal employes and market peo- ple* at least 120,000 people are worK> Ing all night In London. Art Fanciers Bid High. Thirty thousand dollars was paid recently for a bronze statuette of Hercules at the concluding sale of the Bardini collection in London. The total amount realized by the antire collection was $228,640. St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1902

.. Mi. JV- tcl Kidney Trouble. IP' BflBM/Kidncy trouble preys upon the mind, dis- .courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid- neys are out of order " or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent I that It is not uncommon for a child to be born ' afflicted with weak kid- neys. If the child urin- ates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child V. reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage, it Is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of ulty Is '"" (he difficu! step should be towards kidney troubles and the first the treatment of 1 , f i ■ ifj'irfl. s':* M ; / these important organs. This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis- erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon rea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1902

SS t ICflCIl Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year,.. . $1-00 Entered at the postofflce af. Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter MEXIA* '1 EX., OCT lr, 1902. And in the meantime the coal strike is still on. The supposition is that the president's leg is getting along all right. He has gone to making speeches again. Walter Stanton, of New York, has filed a petition in bankruptcy; liabilities, $4,150,942; assets,S35. Good evening. A negro was. lynched at Colum- bus for attempted assault. Hang- ing was the means used lo dis- pose of the brute. HP but the entire audience, and brought down shame on the county. As the season for wheat plant- ing approaches we would remind our farmers ,that they should raise their own bread stuff. Mr. T. J. Johnson, of Mexia, an ex- perienced mill man, has agreed to put in fbe necessary machinery to grind your wheat if you will only raise enough to justify hint in doing the work. Yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1902

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rate*—In Advano*. jDlstrlct 910.00 / , Coni kr $6.00 TPS' Precinct 13.00 SjiMffc— ^DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Congress— SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For State Senator — A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, + Falls and Mc-Vennan— J 8 AINSWORTH TOM GONALLV For Representative— W. J. BRYANT For District Attorney— S O CJ KLRVEiJ For Dish let Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (re-election) For County Judge— jAS. tvIMBELL For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For Count v Clerk—• ALF MILLS For Sheriff— - JOE GRESHAM For Treasurer— ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) For Tax Collwctor— C. S. COOKERLY (re election) For 'i'ax Assessor— W. R. FAUGHT (re elecetion) For Commissioner Preciurt 4 — J 11 FORREST For Justice ci liio Peace, Beat 4— J. W. KIXCHELOE Re election) For Constable, Piecinct 4— WALLACE J. HANCOCK Henry Unfriecl J the Nominee. The friends of H'-nry ITnfrieil being , Btt'.ii'lied that lie is the legal nominee ' for Sheriff uf Limestone County, and that he was beaten out of the nomi- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1902

ra .'*>y , coot. PLEA SANT PICTURESQUE ROUTB North and East v «■ if is i y#' FIST TRAIN . Loot* and K nm City ud INACRTY, ||TA« JHBVISON. SHERMAN, DALLAS, FORT WORTH lU polnta In T«u and the Bouth- -'irftjn la new throughout and la - .xmUmtm-Mi "the finest equipment, provided lights and all other modern iMwJif w ilnnnrn It rona via our now . • —myitfiirVI River Division. lianee known to modern cat i railroading has been employed i-up of this service, including 'ITiiBm'IfllT irn itinn Cars* .* IH*I ■ ' l"i i 'management ol Fred. Harvey. .TWa&tsVksnnatlon aa to ratea and all details ol r;nxk tbia new route will be cheerfully moo., upon application, by any repre- >wsf the ^cL- Machines. ■SST'cmave several andean fit you *ewi'©atfit complete, for from 'v5£S£ Ajfc. ,}ust the thing for home ••■saBSSSEtfiEent and for entertaining -.WTjEfft'jrf- ?.SGUSANDO SAVED BY |1. MI'S HEW 8SSG0VERVI .•>§ This wonderful medicine posi-| MSSiasiy cures Consumption, Coughs! Mi'DeVs, Bronchiti...

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