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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1916

I H i • ■| s HI (unccmenU For Congress of the 13th District REUBEN M. ELLERD. For Rep., of 123 Dist, State Legisla COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District HENRY S. BISHOP EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY «' For County and District Clerk. F. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON dee Wilson Foi Sheriff and'Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For County Treasurer MRS. T. E. MCCALEB J. C. CALDWELL For Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWELL. w. t. McLaren G M JAMES For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY ROY R. HUNTER iSHSPWKWP f?" '• > fi™. State .fiintfk' . Wbete 'She iv« aumagw, or treatment-- in the opinion of the editor— something along:, the line of Kiropractic and 09theopath work as practiced in Oklaha- ma. After beilog ont 15 min- utes the jury returned with a verdict nf not guilty. When this was done the audienca cheered lively. ■wf*. :\W. Look out for campaign lies on the eve of the election. Another week and our can- didates will be thined to only one in a hill. Study the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1916

n"; : mmm ''■irifnii'iV. rVj 11.. $p«S$lpBi wfSW ar.y-.js* ■ ,-K% KM.? w- '■[*ty '; /' t 7 X ► T G/K£ OOT VEK'F 5£L9T SERVICE TOEVRYONE WHO DESIRES f~l1ir> ~\A7~r\rlf We do not treat disease or di- * Uf fx formity of any kind, and we do not cure anything. We are just Masseurs We have nice quart- ers over The First State Bank, of Claude, we invite you to in- vestigate us. WORK HOURS FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. DavidB. Teen and H.S. Dowda, Scientific Masseurs PHONE 186. CiaaiBied "AdsT,™ STATE CONSTITU Claude Photo Studio, Phone 168, S. 0 Carr, Photographer. 36-tf CLAUDE LAND CO-Square deal prompt attention,. Tell us what ou want to buy or sell. Everything abstracted and we please you. 4-21tf )POSED AMENDMENT TION RELATING TO LEVYING TAX FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES. S£l m F0RS\LE—One 5-room house and out buildings, also 16 lots fence chicken proof, half interest in well and windmill. Five blocks from court house in East part of Claude Price $1500. Call News office. 46-p DR. M. B. HARRIS SU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1916

m ISoe ATlONsVy fay-Uflrsfca tOfiMxrtr oy cooe. ncnb Are conmnr 1 SYNOPSIS. 1 I '? ■r¥ ■,5," -ef Daily's lumbar camp directs 6 tran*«r to In# camp. Walter Sundry "uoe hlniMlr to John Dally, tor*- M "the Dllllnrworth Lumber Co.. ST Holt of He niakee acquaintance WMh tbe camp and the work. He Rives PMeti permleelon lo ride Black Bolt, his BBMIe horae In an emergency he proves i the foreman that he does not lack trtainent. Blleti tells him of the French sr. Me dlsuoven that Slleti beurs the •tea of the Blleti tribe of Indians and vewlers what her surname Is. In the ■oah of a tender moment he calls her "the Night Wind In the Pines." and kisses kr. Poppy Ordway. a magaslne writer from New fork, cornea lo Dully'* to gel ■Mtertal for a romance or the lumber ertfen. Hampden of the Yellow Plnea CO wants 8andry to keep off a tract of Mumpage he claims title to and Sundry thinks he has bought as the East Belt Hampden sets up a cabin on the E.ist Belt and warns trespassers off. Sandry tui Arid ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1916

kzmm, WL NATIONAL <W jr H- ; if ■UtM and Territories. i ^ostetters Stomaoh Bitter* > © 1 IT IS FOR .INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS MALARIA, FEVER AND AGUE Paradoxical Quality. "There is one queer thing about (rata widows." "What is that?" "You seldom find a green one." Natural Progression. "How did they get that disabled vessel to port?" "First, they buoyed her and then they manned her." HOW TO TREAT DANDRUFF Itching 8catp and Falling Hair With Cutlcura. Trial Free. On retiring touch spots of dandruff and Itching with Cutlcura Ointment. Next morning shampoo with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. A clean, healthy scalp means good hair and freedom, In most cases, from dandruff, Itching, burning, crustlngs and scalings. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adr. But Not Unpardonable. "Don't you bring that man here again. He's unspeakable!" "Why, did he Insult you?" "No, but he's dumb aud wants to talk with his Angers." 9 * * r J—Ala...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1916

I 111 p;: Bfe &TORE- Is the place to buy your staple and fancy groceries; hats, shoes, shirts, seasonable underwear, work shirts, overalls, notion and racket goods. M.y place is the place you get what you buy and buy what you get; big measure arid honest weights. I always pay the market price for all country produce. I. N. COLLINS The People's Friend VHHM> .V .A..#;. .J 1 • ••' " A V;u' >: v-v; ) !;a'X •• ■ "v*-,,>vv.- v..*v To transact your banking and carry your account it with tins institution. We take a personal interest in every depositor, no matter how large or how small. Besides offering you ev ery facility that an up-to-date banking institution has to ot- fer, we can assure you of the highest degree of safety. We ask your consideration. First State Bank Claude, Texas at Goodnight, State ot , , the oloae of business on the day of June 1916, pvftHifr The Claude NewB, a printed and published at Claude, State of Texas, on the 14tb day of July, 1916. RESOURCES; Loans...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1916

$8| # y$- J; © HfPig On Your Bu lp©«? «•*Well as the Bufinesa of this Print Shop ;. \ 'v cnl!jf •' * v; We Give it Away Big Discount Given On Year- Contracts for Display Adverti - ing. Try a Newi' "Want Ad" VOL. 14. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS. JULY 14. 1910. NO. 43 REUBEN M- ELLERD WILL BE OUR CONGRESSMAN Reuben M. Ellerd, who will be the next Congressman fop the 13th Congressional Diatrict, spoke on the streets of Claude last Sat- urday evening to two or three hundred people. Frequent ap- plause indicated the fact that Mr. Ellerd made a "hit" with his audience, that he has many friends in Armstrong county who are going to the polls July 22nd, and oast ihcir ballot for Ellerd for Congress. To be brief, Mr. Ellerd favors "Better Roads, and more leg- islation to that end;a more Rigid Policy with Old Mexico; more in- terest from a National standpoint in domestic science, agriculture looking towards the betterment of rural districts; I hat wo should have more merchant marines, look...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 July 1916

mm H r\%- i . '"" m W< g i 9 •% om Well •* i Priat Shop . •*■", mI mm m ■' /-vtJC «- -ii w VOL. 14. CLATiSk ■* "I'li >""!.' We G/Vc i/Away Big Discount Given On Yw- Contracts for Display Advertis- ing. Try a News' "Want Ad" ARMSTRONG CX)tTNTY. TEXAS, JULY 21 1916. JSTO. 44 CLEANUP DAYAT LAST SET JULY 27. GET BUSY A "Cleanup" meeting was held by ladies in the County Court- room, July 18, Mrs. W. T. Right, presiding, committees represent ing the following societies of town had been appointed: Bapt- ist Aid: Mrs. T. E. McCaleb, Mrs. C. O. Light, Mrs. J. S. Stallings; Methodist Missionary: Mrs. Sam Callihatn, Mrs. R. O. Ashworth, Mrs. W. R. Gibson; Royal Neighbors; Mrs. S. T. Jones, Mrs. G. P. Neal, Mrs. C. W. Wooten, Eastern Star: Mrs. T. S. Cavins, Mrs. C. Wolf, Miss Hamner; Rebekkahs: Mrs. H. M, Right. Mrs- R. M. Franklin, Miss Callie Weaver; County Fed- eration of Women's clubs; Mrs. W.F. Right, Mrs. J. E. Weeks. Mrs. S. A. Underwood. The majority of these were present. It was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 July 1916

iSTOftY Of THE GREAT NWTHtpesr w&vwgie e.ftoc LUSTRATIONS by (OAlrzfc& COflY/PJGHr OY OOOO. MEAD AHO COMPANY 1 I# i SYNOPSIS. —8— of Daily's lumber camp directs ft ftranfsr to the camp. Walter Sandry ntroducei himself to John Dally. fore- Ma, as "the Dlllingworth Lumber Co., or moat of It." He makes acquaintance With th« camp and the work. He gives Wets permission to ride Black Bolt, his •addle horse. In an emergency he proves to the foreman that he does not lack Ndgment. Slletz tells him of the Preach- er. He discovers that Slletz bears the Sign of the fillets tribe of Indians and Wonders what her surname is. In the (n Sh of a tender moment he calls her "the Night Wind In the Pines," and kisses her. Poppy Ordway, a magazine writer from New York, comes to Daily's to get material for a romance of the lumber teflon. Hampden of the Yellow Pines Co. wants 8andry to keep off a tract of Itumpage he claims title to and Sandry thinks he has bought as the East Belt. Hampden sets up a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 July 1916

« 4 A8 TO COUPONS. AN ICONOCLAST. HANDLE "MIRACLE MAN OF SEA" <11? d 9 Capt. William Q. Handle, dean of American mariners, knighted by the queen of Holland for bravery at sea, a former United States naval officer and a shipbuilder of note, has retired to private life after serving for the last 17 years as marine superintendent of the New York Shipbuilding com- pany's plant at Camden, N. J. After 60 years of labor, the vet- eran sea captain, at his home In Ches- ter, Pa., will spend the remainder of his days, surrounded by pictures of his treasured ships, testimonials from those to whom he rendered the great- est service, trophies of war and fond memories. He Is now seventy-eight years old. Captain Handle has been the "miracle mun" of the sea In his day. It was he who first guided a steamship across the deep without a rudder. While he was captain of the American line steamship Paris which still runs between Philadelphia and Southampton, the ship lost its rudder when 1,'JOO miles o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 July 1916

HdMttMi -4 - T.WAQOONKR Imr m, ¥ I I I' '• 1 i-s • * Um pos*o ce it Ohmto. Texas m im«4-d— aattsr. Announcements For Congress of the 13th District REUBEN M. ELLERD. For Rep., of 123 Dist, State Legisla COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District HENRY S. BISHOP EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge h. l. mobley For County and District Clerk. F. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON dee Wilson For She)iff amlJTax Collector: J. D. WOOI)BURN For Couuty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB .7. 0. CALDWELL For Tax Assessoi: j. F. SEWELL. W. T. McLARKN G M JAMES For Public Weigher, Pet. No. L' W. R. IRBY ROY R. HUNTER "The Democrats of Arm strong county, Texas, are re- quested to hold their Precinct Convention on |July 22, 1916 for the purpose of electing de- legates to the couuty couveu- tion to be held on July 29th, 1916 at the court house in Claude, for the purpose of pur- pose of electing delegates to the State Convention to be held at Houston, Texas. The Convention for Ann- strong couuty will be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 July 1916

I '&?$r 1 • ' V':'K*§ . ,Ai: ' -, <W? '< !■':' ... • ' 'V "r;afi)V ii-rr-.-rvm ,tn, iff rrirrr- iVi-itiijiiiMi , (mi HP Jajt 4vfV«|5;K'.,j to tV. t?* • ■•,« • •jfvTV. .;• '"-rvv-Zj- SP5 iCTl^fcs^ *?■ •ri 7 n j>*. i i WE ARE READ Y TO I Classified "Ads" GIVE OUR VERY BEST SERVICE TOEVRYONE WHO DESIRES f)11r \KTf\f1f We do not treat disease or di- * ' UltX formity of any kind, and we do not cure anything. We are just Masseurs We have nice quart- ers over The First State Bank, of Claude, we invite you to in- vestigate us. WORK HOURS FROM 8:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. DavidB. Teen and H.S. Dowda, Scientific Masseurs PHONE 186. Claude Photo Studio, PEone 165, S. C. Carr, Photographer. 36-tf THE CITY LIVERY STABLE Good teams, good rigs, careful drivers, water in connection Give me your patronage and I will surely please you H. FRANK CREWS, Prop. Telephone 43 Claude, Texas CLAUDE TELEPHONE CO. Our employee is at work. Let us build a line to your door. It means fewer steps for you a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 July 1916

WhkV Sur> N. Y.—"Ite two yean I A tdft all kind* of wu ► feeling ill and tow all Monies. I tagworae awry day. chills,my bead would ache. I waa always tired. I could Lot walk atraight because of the pain in myback and load pains in my stom- ach. I went to a doctor and he said I must go under an operation, but 1 did not go. I read in the paper about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- i pound and told my husband about it. I '1 know nothing will help me but I will try this.' I found myself improv- ing from the very first bottle, and in two waws time I-was able to sit down and eat a hearty breakfast with my hus- band, which I had not done for two vears. 1 am new in the best of health and did not have the operation." — Mra. John A. Koenig, 502 Flushing Avenue, Astoria, N. Y. Every one dreads the surgeon's knife •nd the operating table. Sometimes nothing else will do; but many times doctors say they are necessary when they are not Letter after letter comes to the Pinkham Laboratory, tell...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 July 1916

id E Toftum Spartan? (emala disorders. V; Tha Propar Place. "Janet's young man la an ovlntor." "Then why don't abe entertain lilm la the aky parlor?" Wa.h Otom Ball JP the best made, la inula day If you un lied >lu«, American made, therefore Ad*. The New Style. "This convict complains that be wus railroaded to stnte prison." "I suppose he thought they ought to take htm there In an automobile." NORTH AND SOUTH HIGHWAY "Say, how would yon class these ex- part military ovlators?" "Why, us shooting starR." "I mny not be a king," snld tjie derby hut, "but I at least wear a crown." And then the band played. Toads do no harm at all. The Effects of Opiates. THAT INFANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium and Its various preparations, all of which are narcotic, is well known. Even in the smallest I'.oses, if continued, these opiates cause changes in the func- tions and growth of the cells which are likely to become permanent, causing Imbecility, mental perversion, a craving for alcohol o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 July 1916

If Mi1 Goods are arriving every week, such as Gents Furnishings^ Shoes, [lats, Caps, Dry Goods, Fresh Groceries, etc, which are for your inspectien, Prices Right. If we have trust- ed you in the past its nothing but right that you should trade with us when you have CASH to pay for goods, don't you think so? We pay the market price for Country produce. Give us a Chance at Your Next Bill. Satisfaction Guar- anteed or money refunded on goods bought here I. N. COLLINS The People's Friend f-J ■ ^ .. W X*' '4 iYMt"v\ '• ir<* mm ■ -*& i. ... To transact your banking and carry your account it with this institution. We take a personal interest in every depositor, no matter how large or how small. Besides offering you ev- ery facility that an up-to-date banking institution has to of- fer, we can assure you of the highest degree of safety. We ask your consideration. First State Bank Claude, Texas Conway Notes Marion and Lee Keith arc ro ported to be on the sick list. Choir practice was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1916

::f ' < :Z rasM .«cp Credit "Well M Busifcus of this rriat Shop VOL. 14. FARMER 10SES $5,500. IN THIS TRANSACTION. * pi W&M* We Give it Away Big Discount Given On Yew* Contracts for Display Advertis- ing. Try a News' "Want Ad" I I CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS. JULY 2® 1916. JSTO *45 C. M. Blanton of Goodnight called latter part of ths wask and told the News man about some donations whioh had been made to some ohurohes by Ssars Roe* buok A Co. After talking the matter over Mr. Blanton agreed that we were right in out con- tentions which are as follow: If Mail order houses oan save one man money, they oaa save an- other money; and if they oan save everybody money on their purchases, then everybody should patronize the Mail Order Houses, But what would that mean. It means this if everybody pat- ronized the mail order houses, Claude would have to go, Am- arillo would have to go, Pan- HE MADE MORE MONEY IN ARMSTRONG COUNTY J. E. Hill, Claude, Armstrong Co., Tex. I oame to Armst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1916

Mm* mkmh TOP" CRAVEN GOT HIS WISH ■Vffej I? I When "Top" Craven left port on the old frigate Minnesota as a navy ensign he crawled under a tarpaulin before he was out of sight of land to die In peace. At the end of the second bay he was still under the tarpaulin and considerably disappointed because the Minnesota had not gone down. A friendly officer looked In upon him from time to time. "Is there anything you want?" asked the officer. "You bet there Is," moaned "Top." 4,I want a good big hole on dry laud to crawl Into." Today the brilliant thatch which gave him his nickname has mostly dis- appeared and he is lovingly called "Old Man-' Craven. He sits In u great office on the nineteenth floor of 154 Nassau street and pores over plans and speci- fications which are to give New York city its dual subway system, the great- est underground transit system in the world. At last "Top" Cruven get his wish. He now has a "hole on dry land to crawl Into," several of them, in fact, and when the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1916

B CLAUDE NEWS 55 pi*5nh.'-: V.'9$®-: "7. '.-"v' I A STORY or THC CHEAT N 04 viNGic e.aoc ILLUSTRATIONS fy UKlTsiiA QOflYR/CHr 0Y POOP. HEAD AMD COMPANY SYNOPSIS. —9— f Mats of Daily's lumber camp dirmts • stranger to the camp. Walter Bandry introduce* himself to John Dally. fore- Mian. aa "the Diiilngworth Lumber Co., or moat of It" He make* acquaintance with tha camp and the work, in an em- ergency he provea to the foreman that he not lack Judgment. Sllets tells him of tha Preacher. He discovers that Slleti hear* the sign of the Slleti tribe of In- diana and wondere what her aurname la. In the lluah of a tender moment he call* har "tha Night Wind In the Pines." and kisses her. Poppy Ordway. a magailne ■writer from New Tork, co.mes to Dally'e to get material for a romance of the lum- bar region. Hampden of the Yellow Pinna Co. wante Sandry to keep o(T a tract of atumpage he claims title to and Sandrv has bought aa the East Belt. Hainpden oota up a cabin on the Esst Unit and warns tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1916

r. WAOOONEH aM Powun :— at Um poatoBoe at Claud*. Ill Moowt-oiu* OlttM. Mwf* 11.80 per Aaawn in Advance if 4 i:,\ 1 Announcements For Congress of the 13th District MARVIN JONES For Rep., of 123 Dist, State Legisla. COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th,"Judicial District EARNEST T. MILLER Fop County Judpe H. L. MOBLEY For County and District Clerk. E. C. cavion For Sheriff and Tax Collector: J. D. WOO DDL KN For County Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: C M JAMKS J. F. SENVELL. For Public Weigher, IVt. No. - W. K. 1RBV M u' the tiijgfiift* tare of things, one had to be the winner, aud 1 shall endeav or, as every good citineu should to help my successful opponent make the very beat clerk pos- sible. The people have spokeu Their will is law, and I bow submissively thereto.. Very respectfully, F. A. HOOD DOUBLE WEDDING gsjmm §j|gg THANKS EACH OF YOU. To the People of Armstrong county : — I desire to express my thanks to each of you for the honor you have seen fit to bestow upon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1916

Wmw- ISiSBiwri r- - w; ■- • , ' \. • W . 1 / sv 'jf® ^fl ■*** ^ ^ 11 " i ' >; Hjjtyrtiiniil | , ■ - ' i^jgjr %"'' : r7v t'.,v: ?- ? SSS''"?- ■'...'•' '"rwu'^L GIVE OUR VERY BEST SERVICE ' TOEVRYONE WHO DESIRES \ATr\rlf We do not treat disease or di- Ksllf WW C)rAV formity of any kind, and we do not cure anything. We are just Masseurs We have nice quart- ers over The First State Bank, of Claude, we invite you to in- vestigate us. WORK HOURS FROM 8:00 A.M. TO6:00 P. M. David B. Teen andH.S. Dowda, Scientific Masseurs PHONE 186. lassified "Ads" Claude Photo Studio, Phone 163, S. C. Can, Photographer. 36-tf For Sale—1 yonng Jersey cow and calf, 8 gallons milk daily' 46.pd See Eugene Joues. For Sale—My six year old, fine driving and riding horse. Also cut under buggy. S. C. Carr, "Photo Studio", Phone 156. as — NOLUE BAILEY SHOW WIL L BE SATURDAY Fat Cattle—If you have fat cattle for sale. See C. M. Blan- ton of Goodnight or at .T. H. Weaver's at Claude. 46-pd. FOR S\LE—One 5-room hou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1916

**{,*•; h • $ $■' ' i i * f ■ Wmmb who in well often «ak "Am Ik* tetters which the Lydia E. Mnkhim IfedkiajCo. or* continually publishing, g enainoT"' "Am they truthful!1' "Why do womo write auch lettersI" In answsrwe say that never have we tmblished a fictitious letter or name. Never, knowingly, have wo published an untruthful \t\ift, or one without the full and written consent of the woman who wrote it The reason that thousands of women from all parts of the country write such grateful letters to the Lydia E. Pink- ham Medicine Co. is that Lydia E. Pink* ham's Vegetable Compound has brought health and happiness into their Hues, once burdened with pain and suffering. It has nlieved women from some of the worst forms of female ills, from dis< placements, inflammation, ulceration. Irregularities, nervousness, weakness, stomach troubles and from the blues. It is impossible for any woman who Is well and who M has never suffered to realieeiow these poor, suffering wo- men feel when r...

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