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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 October 1908

/ A/-*"* N 1 % % JOHN nCNDY ON THE OINhJEH PAUTY by geo. v. hobart, ("hugh m'hugh.") Doar Hunch: Thf> other evening when we gave an onion saengerfest you remember our Uvea were saved from too much vocal fireworks by the announcement that chow was ready. We waltzed In and took our stalls with hearts full of thanksgiving. And here's where old Dr. OufThand- «r, the food expert, stepped into the spot light and took the show away from everybody. You know. Hunch, the Doc is one of those old guys with n license to hunt for germs, and everything lie eats has to give the countersign and then go through a written examination. He lovos to display his scientific knowledgo and throw Latin crimps Into the low foreheads. llncle Peter believes every word that leaves Doc Oufftutnder's face, but for my part I think he's an old Cam- embert. Well, Hunch, no sooner were we seated at the table than Doc parted his whiskers carefully, coughed to at- "Havo a Lemon," Said Stub. tract attention, then picke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 October 1908

■BMI AjWH 4HB. • I '.! V j - P* i i ■ I ■«r 9 ■ < ' * ^?TV:-^ITr^.|-r"'^'^5T?:^?T?r" ir?*£V */StS+k. r.v.z Sr. Sr.Sr.•-**.i+Fv+l-. t*Sr. Sr/SrSr-'+lr.SSr/^r. Sr+hSr+w*.*'-*wr*.xt+.xm-+.*-+.x +< ,«;fWW c^'fv'tf . . f.f,M,M IOTif v -1 hio s !i«Ol * CO. llM C l^Hiirc# (i>C Hf• H " .V\ -f H emeu's Con* AtniiPQ t ♦ Stylish, Well f landing Clothes Command Attention ^rV1 •"IV n\ - v r-r" w,X •>%' 'V.v ♦. V ' T. 1 f 'V t- -V There is jurt as much difference in CLOTHING as there arc in people. Some arc expressive in their general appcjran-:e—tliey have Character. Distinctive Clothes cost no more than the ordinary kind^^'tis simply in the :>7.v judo'nent of selecting the Style, Design, Finish, Workmanship and Material^thcy all contribute to die desired c 1 feet. The ccononiy of Good Clothes lies in their longer -service and superior appearance. Our Clothes arc the * 'v result of the Tailoring Art, applied by Tailoring Brains, to the Best Tailoring Materials, designed and made b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 October 1908

iiL /1 /vy-A. > / / V y. U9 • tin ' ;: ISO J* | > 5 w lm Tm f'Ui HENDERSON Fashion Ibrm Corsets ...C 0RS6T S... The Newest and Most Advanced Mode's..^ Every Corset under the trade- mark Henderson is guaranteed to be a perfect fit under this label, which stands for quality and correct shape ^ ,«£ We Garry a Varied Line of Models | That we strongly recommend as being the best Corset values in the mar- \ ket today We draw special attention to the tact that the line embraces the Best of the Season's Novelties in Inexpensive corsets The workman- ship and design is of the highest standards Prices 55 cents to $2 3: W, 3; r.M HENDERSON £ Fashion Form Corsets c «r p! O3 r* R/l 3 S i i nor**/ r rr&£nrfcl~ All the leading ideas in shapes and materials are correctly jjjj? | UlLSlJ-'L^linei y yeparmeni represented in our matchless collection of Trimmed | Hats>.4 The entire disolav is marked bv a divcrsitv that n m « * . i Hats ^The entire display is marked by a diversity that —7 n n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 October 1908

it,, ■ F i i v I l ir U i II I I r Kvli X Li PERUNA A TONIC OF GREA T USEFL LXESS. W?mm r mm {H'liiiiii ion i 'iii- \ iiun i i i >i • i i \ A RuSUME Or THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME: AND ABROAD. (Ill' < ill lir>ol is Miillm diir- Carefully D s&ted i.nd Condensed Compilation of Current News Dnmf Mis. i.'nth «: v >ii. it .-isi'-r or J I " lUM'lll .lillli'l i ill .iii army, <(i< '■ Sunday night, llr,ivy rain# TliiirsiJu v, II 'ii for I lie '.'I 1 i' ! i. in. I icing \\ | I iiiiiit'iliali'lv i' i n ;. ('oi'li l\i. in 11-iti inn nf iip. Panama canal > ''In1 seven-veil, "Id ilaiifililcr nf Muster Sicciic in *1 " ikiini (licil Mon- ■ 11.11 |ni'ci|)i(a- <• 1111iit•_* al ii >l'c- iimoiincc his $."ill.ill 1(1.(100 and Foreign. |{i\ it ni Lilt It1 ,l~ ill it -liiyc ll I 11 a\ M r\i id.:. iii. rc-ii iti-i' swallowing Cillotllc! tllll- HON. R. S. THARIN. Hon. I! S. 'I'li iriii Attorney nmt counsel fn. Anti-Ti'iiM writes from I'ennsylviilMti Am Washington, I' us ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 October 1908

f * PlNHHl ^JsT. v.* ■y: " mmSm SEE "WITCH'S FOOT" r SUPERSTITIOUS PEOPLE BELIEVE CURSE FULFILLED. Woman Executed as Witch in Coloniai Day6 Threatened Her Judge and Is Believed to Have Kept Her Word. F.XPERT \ Close by the road, on the outskirts uf lh<> old seaport town of Hucknport. I r Me., on tho Penobscot river, Is a small family cemetery. Within Its In j-. closure sleep the Mucks, the blue- blooded folk who first settlor! ihc town anil bequeathed it their name and aj legend. The largest and most conspicuous monument in the cemetery is a tall granite shaft. On one side Is Ihe Inscription: "Col. Jonathan Hack, the founder of Hucksport, A. I). 17G2. Uorn In Haverhill, Mass., 1T1S, Died March 18. 1795." On the other side Is the single word "Buck," and also something not wrought by the marble worker. On | Nothing Would Help Him—Mother At His Lucid Answers. They were asking the mlnent law- yer why he took such a luu;n fee from the trust. "I think It was its lurp ness that made ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 October 1908

^v.rsjs &' .....Will'.,—I mi. 1.. 11 \ \ I i I For Shoi-Gun Shooters They have won their popu- larity by their superior merits. The most successful shots use them. For Gumu or Trap Shooting they "nave uo equal. Tin'. imxkI roads idea seems to be spreading just a little. Prof. Doyle, who built the ex- perimental mile in Nacogdo- ches county, which the whole State is bragging on, is now repeating the experiment in Smith county,at the reqeust oi the fanners of that county. Mr. Doyle said: "The best load for this country shoulu be made of a proper mixture of sand and clay. The cost should not exceed $400 to $800 ] er mile, and practically all of this cost would be ioi labor. It is not necessary ana not profitable to buy any ma- terial with which to construct your roads except that which you already have—sand ami clay." Why not get this gen- tleman to try his hand on an experimental mile of Cherokee sand and clay. Then if we really wanted good roads we could mix a few more miles for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 November 1908

£ * j / '1 Cbc Ellto -Herald entered JonuorvuS, iwil.ot I ho Alio, Tcxa PoitofTire osSecondCiavsnall Mo Iter Ac I of Conure.o March J. 1870 IBB Volume VIll ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, icoS. Number 48 '5^, ••-..• '.'V- ••■;• V TO GET THE BEST a J The Largest Stock of Children's Shoes of Any House in the Town! 1 * —«" - —— - - - *- "^ - ~~ " — * AMERICAN GENTLEMAN SHOE For Men and Youths. Easy Wearing and Stylish . Matchless for Style, Fit and Service 1*0 QUOTE the old acbge, "Be sure you're right then go ahead," means be sure you get yourself a pair of HAMILTON'BROV/N SHOtiS then go ahead and wear them to your entire satisfaction. V Hamilton/Brown Shoes not only look better, wear Better and feel better, but they give to any foot a better appearance than any others offer, In all styles and sizes at most moderate prices, w i MERICAN LADY SHOE The Best Shoe on Earth for Ladies and Misses Come in and inspect these geeds, We are exclusive dealers of these celebrated Shoes, and back o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 November 1908

I K , \ R 1 THE ALTO HERALD i T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AI-T0, TKXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Elovan cases of smallpox were dis- i umi ii————r I The Aero- plane lev: covered iinil I'I.il Alondn\ l>\ lli'' tin1 Texas side of Air Chanaler, ii North Texas p Kinney Tur ;i\ I'll tin- silf nl 1 ).i' ican war veteran A jnr\ in ill ('ourt at Sherman di#mlgcs a favor of 1 N-tit .1. Mini of $]•!..''is.'i. Although tlii1 Ti n pealed tla1 t I\ on lions, the ri ' ij11 taxes tin-: \i ar wi in cxi i ss nf last Future Air Naviga- tion to Be by That Type of Machine By GLENN II. CUKT1SS, Sk> I iperi, and Mi-ihImt of Acrlnl b&prrlmrnl Assoclntlon. SUMMARY OF 1HE WEEK j ufacturer and philanthropist, «li«iI at A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE i'ii in lYxai'kan i •jiv authoritii'H on tin- town, a1.'.'ii eighty-scven, oncer. died in Mi - Hi; fought 111• Iii>11- !a> ami wa.- a Mcx- I ftv-ninth Pistriet stlav awarded Katv railroii'l in llawli'V in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 November 1908

Sr-F I ' / I & ■> ¥ t ESTIMATE OF GRAND TOTAL AT TENDANCE IS OVER EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND. PROPOSE ANOTHER STRUCTURE Idea of Erccting New Quarters for Livestock Finds Much Favor. Dallas: Eight hundred thousand people, or approximately that num- ber, saw the varied attractions at the State Fair of Texas for 1908 They were drawn to this city by the best array of exhibits which tho management of the fair has ever presented. The gross receipts for 1908 may exceed 5,000, which is $28,000 more than for 1!*07 and 1!)07 held the record in this respect. Although the expenses for 1008 were heavier than ever before, it is believed that when the board of di- rectors hold a meeting, ten days or two weeks hence, the net profits will be found to be more than $100,- 000. This will mean the erection of a great coliseum for the show. It will mean the renovation of the live stock department stables and the building of new barns, bigger and bettor. Not only will we have the same exhibitors, but m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 November 1908

! ;! ? S I fl 1 m XM> rsis* 5& xv ,0 •vte *•>.' cS' ' ras* ?\{*J m &;? v6: $& £l« x^.> i- W / • t- - >*>.K r6: >.*>." ?& *•>."♦ ?& ,V.V" \l': W ?L". >.Vt $?! ft: *1.1 wm ''.k f, *7Vv' ;«cy*7>c |S Gentlemen's Correct Clothes,. | WL f** fc «,(..lo MO* • r„, (i#m« «• '* tH'"' *'< •"• *«• ,"f Stylish, Well Hanging Clothes Command Attention There is just as much difference in CLOTHING as there arc in people. Some are expressive in their general jKjjj appearance—they have Character. Distinctive Clothes cost no more than the ordinary kind'>",tis simply in the 1 4 judgment of selecting the Style. Design, Finish, Workmanship and Matcrial-v'they all contribute to the desired , v.\2s effect. The economy of Good Clothes lies in their longer service and superior appearance. Our Clothes arc the result of the Tailoring Art, applied by Tailoring Brains, to the Best Tailoring Materials, designed and made by the celebrated SCHLOSS BROS. & &l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 November 1908

<// * 5 I I i S HENDERSON fashion Korm Corsets CORSETS The Newest and Most Advanced Models..* Every Corset under the trade- mark Henderson is guaranteed to be a perfect fit under this label, which stands for quality and correct shape <£ & & We Carry a Varied Line of Models That we strongly recommend as being the best Corset values in the mar- ket today..* We draw special attention to the tact that the line embraces the Best of the Season's Novelties in Inexpensive corsets The workman- ship and design is of the highest standardd&Prices 55 cents to $2 HENDERSON Fashion Form Corsets 2 (Hi 11 IP fVF ellinprv IP inr& n> 1 the leading ideas in shapes and materials are correctly I KiSBIIlv/ij LfU|iOS SSSUSEI/ represented in our matchless collection of Trimmed Hatsv* The entire display is marked by a diversity that 7W * § I / # •# ■2 broadens the possibility for the student of fashion be- J1 | ^ W\ dTi O gp §4 1tT| -1 yond all former occasions dt «j# dt t\ S w 4JI i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 November 1908

LOCATED. U \ i E I !l ill ■> H ,* I J 1 Si' "Ooodnoss, ponny, aro you in pain? "Naw, I lie paia'B in mo—lioo-lioo!" Sitting in a Came? "My l>oy Mi's tin Hint bo bad to sit tip wilh a si< K f: ii nd last nliOit!" "Anil yon ucn ]>i that excuse for bis tato hours?" "Wby not? My daddy used to lienor U." I MOTHER f IIow many American women in lonoly liomc.s to-tiny long' for this blpspinff to come into their lives, and to be able to litter these words, but because of some organic derange- ment this happiness is deni.nl them. Kvery woman interested in this subject, should know that prepara- tion for healthy maternity is accomplished by the uso of LYDIA E-PiNIKEiAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Maggie Gilmer, of West Union, S. (writes to Mrs. Pinkhatn: "1 was greatly run-down in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex, when Lydia 10. 1'inUham'a Vegetable Compound was rccommcnded to inc. It not only restored me to perfect health, but to my deliffht I am a mother." Mrs..Josephine I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 November 1908

fmmm STH£ JOUKNEY'S END 'BOURNE TO WHICH NONE OF U*5 TRAVEL ALONE. "For No Man Llveth to Himtelf, and No Man Dieth to Himself"— Beautiful Allegory of the Last Dread Day. KEPT GETTING WORSE. Tho mar. was dying. His landlady, kindly soul, had sent for the vicar of tho parish, and when tho sick man heard a step on tho stairs ho strove through the agony of almost insup- portable pain to unclench his hands and smooth his brow. As tho parson -squat-figured and plain-faced—en- tered, the man smiled a twisted smile. "Ah. padre, old chap, como to speed the parting guest, eh? I'm afraid I'm not a very promising subject for your ministrations." But the clergyman, too, was a man. ho wasted no time beating about the bush, but came straight to the point. "No, I'm not here to night to preach, but—we've known each other some time, and lately I've come to look on you as r, friend"—here the man turned Ills head away and grinned quietly at the cheap wall paper—"how Is it be- tween you and your God?" T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 November 1908

v The Election is Over, Let Us Now Think of Christmas and Santa Olaus' Arrival We Have Arranged with Him to Make Our Store His Headquarters He lias left with us Presents of all descriptions to please his many little Children. Also * bill of fare full of suggestions for useful gifts that will be found in our store. " We especially invite the ladies and little folks to call and see our many nice things we have to show. We have just received a full and complete line of the following articles, that will be good suggestions for your Christmas presents Dishes of all sizes, styles and colors, Hand Painted and Decorated China, such as Salvers, Cake Plates, Celery Dishes, Fruit Sets, Chocolatc Sets, Water Sets, Toilet and Dinner Sets, etc Our line of Silverware, JeUelry and Genuine Cut Glass will please you. Absolutely rich in design, and strictly guaranteed * vVe have a full line of Common and Fancy GlasSW&re, iucluditlg many designs in Decorated Tumblers, Goblets and I.rur.ps • We have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 November 1908

Vfe «■* I s dbe BUo 1Herald ttnterrd JanuorvuS. loot, ot I he Alto. Tcxn Posloffloc osSecondOu.s >inii Mailer Act of Conures.* riorch .v is/o Volume VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, icoS Number 50 TO GET TflC BEST 2 * k y ? t y -mz*& Matchless for Style, Fit and Service X O QUOTE the old ad age, "B c sure you're right then go ahead," means be sure you get yourself a f b pair of HAMILTON'BROWN SHOES then go ahead and wear them to your entire satisfaction, 1/ Hamilton-'Browii Shoes not only look better, wear Better and feel better, but they give to any foot a better appearance than any others offer. In all styles and sizes at most moderate prices. js> AMERICAN GENTLEMAN SHOE For Men and Youths, Easy Wearing and Stylish AMERICAN LADY SHOE The Best Shoe on Earth for Ladies and Misses 1 The Largest Slock of Children's Shoes of Any House in the Town! j Come in and inspect these goods. We are exclusive dealers of these celebrated Shoes, and back of every pair is the guarant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 November 1908

* I s \ I y i: ! f,l L ( ''* *• 1 ■* ' )r*.- thl: alto herald mCi GIVES BIG BOND banker morse gets fifteen years. A1/1'" T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. texas AN ORDER IS ISSUED CONTINUING CASE CHARGING FALSE SWEARING. Prague forbidden the trailing "Uirl because It scatters gorm-laden dUht. The Kast Indian banana has begun to compete with the West Indian fruit In English markets. TO HAVE TRIAL IN JANUARY Not everybody laments because the days are growing shorter, for mean while the nights Increase in length and fascination Pierce, Chairman of Oil Company j Board Allowed to Return St. Louis. Austin, Texas, Nov. 10.— Henry Clay The hum.,,, Heart weighs from l>lercc «* *'• I'lMed hlm" eight to twelve ounces and through It ' " "lu custody of SheilfT George passes 22',. |uiunds of blood every Matthews of Travis County minute or 11.080,000 pounds in one thereafter he made bond itl the sum | for ten days after sentence had been year. New York Judge Suspends Puniih- ment As to Curtis. New Yor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 November 1908

i J 1/ •1^ TAfT PRESIDENT NEWYOftKGOtSMrMtllCAN Probably Surpasses Roosevelt's Vote Four Years Ago.—Elec- toral Vote of 321. SCHOOL AMENDMENT COMES IN AHEAD Latest returns of Tuesday's election give William H. Taft 321 votes in the electoral college to 1U2 for William J. liryan. Result of Election By States at a Glance. Results of the Presidential election by States: States— Bryan.Taft, Alabama 11 Arkausas 9 .. California 10 Colorado 5 Connecticut 7 Delaware 3 Florida. 5 Georgia 13 Idaho 3 Illinois 27 Indiana 15 Iowa 13 Kansas 10 Kentucky 13 Jxiulsiaua 9 Maine C Maryland 6 2 Massachusetts 1C Michigan i« Minnesota 11 Missouri IS Mississippi 10 Montana .. 3 Nebraska 8 Navada 3 New Hampshiro 4 New Jersey 12 New York 39 North Carolina 12 North Dakota 4 Ohio 23 Oklahoma 7 Oregon 4 Pennsylvania 34 Rhode Island 4 South Carolina 9 South Dakota 4 Tennessee 12 Texas 18 Utah 3 Vermont 4 Virginia 12 Washington ( 5 West Virginia 7 Wisconsin 13 Wyoming 3 Totals 162 321 Total electoral vote 4S3. N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 November 1908

... i si>i I IMPORTANT MILLINERY NEWS l 3 -- - A CLOSING OUT MILLINERY SALE!— ^ ; Tir[ DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE to the ladies of Alto and vicinity that in order to close out our entire stock of Millinery before the season is over, v \t W we will offer for the remainder of the season OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF TRIMMED HATS AND MILLINERY GOODS at a BIG REDUC- ^ TION BELOW REGULAR PRICES. While we have already enjoyed a splendid Millinery business this season, yet our sto.-k is so complete that v ^ Any Lady Can Without Difficulty Be Stylishly and Becomingly Suited from the Immense Collection of Hats r we are now showing. Remember, this will be your chance to save money on your Millinery Buying for the remainder of the season. So do not ftr ^ fail to give us a call 7 —— m> .n rLruwun.n_rWu 1-^Some New Arrivals This WeekH-£ 1, SL__ r-v HA-i. 1 . 1 > 14- Hr,, I DtvA^ f it J J 5 Novelty Dress Materials, ISelts, Combs, Hand Bags, Neckwear, Stick Pins, Belt Pins, Etc STAR BRAND SHOE!© ARE BETTER...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 November 1908

I J ■r' * *~ OUR CLOTHING is SNAPPY, STYLISH and UP-TO £1 5' — a J' i*. OL" 2' 2; For Men and Young Men, Made from Materials whicn Give Every One Satisfaction Superb Clothes have for years been noted for these very characteristics, and we still hold them high above other well known makes^Just thine for a moment, haven't s" you worn a Superb Suit some time in the past? Didn't it give you satisfaction? Wasn't it the best Suit you ever bought for the price? If so, then call tor "Superb." The number of well dressed men that leave our store with these Suits is a sure sign that there's something in the name Superb dt Our Clothing is all reduced in price It i* means bargains for you—get our prides *£ *£ dt << Overcoats-Just the Thing for Cold Weather ii FROM $5 TO $15 % Let us supply your wants at a cheaper price then any other house P. 5S Our entire line of Millinery will be sold strictly at cost, or less than cost. We have just stockcd up heavy in everything pertaining to this depa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 November 1908

l\W>' —— — J- • v ....r,::-:.' ••. ■• WWMBIilillW'i'tn-.ii;-—■■■-, I s \ i fl . f Don't 3c Irritable. "An Irritated skin nn irrl- /aMe | itsoi). and an Irritable person gathers mu<li trouble unto himself or Ijersilf, as I In- ratio may bo. Moral: Hut' limit's Cure, one box of which is absolutely and unqualifiedly guaran- teed to euro any form of i-kln trouble. Any kind of Helling; known In relieved at once, and one box cures." Couldn't Disprove It by Her. "They suy there's nothing new un- der the kiiii," mused the poet. Badly. "Well," replied hla wife In a tone equally na melancholy, "you can't dis- prove the adase by my wardrobe." Hicks' Ciipudir: Cures Women. ppfloilii' pallia, backache, norvotittncmi ami linilat'li- ri-tii-vi-.l tnimi-ilmtily and nsslsts miiiir" 1'ri'fu'rllnMt t.y pliysli Inns villi l"*sl it-. ■ 11!-i Trial botllr 10r Kfgular •lz mill f.v at all (tiUKiflbis. A farmer naturally wants the earlh In bla business for without it he couldn't do a thing Nothing I A...

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