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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 November 1921

PflSilPl Wi THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN DANDER1NE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. A 35 cents buys a bottle of "Dander- Ine" nt any drug store. After one ap- plication you can not find a particle of dandruff or a falling hair. Resides, every hair shows new life, vigor, bright- ness, more color and abundance.—Ad- vertisement A dangerous ailment will make a nian so careful that he lives to be S.'O. v. "Wn\v ''iI\v" -/ii.^-'RTi^ ''n\< "Pape's Cold Compound" Breaks any Cold in Few Hours Instant relief! Don't stay stuffed- U[i! Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours until three doses are taken usually breaks up any cold. The very first dose opens clogged nostrils nnd the air passages of the head; stops nose running; relieves the headache, dullness, feverisliness. "Pape's Cold Compound" acts quirk, fiure, nnd costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acts without assist- ance, tastes nice, contains r.o quinine --Insist upon Pape's!—Advert...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 November 1921

..... ^ ,, . . - ' • - • >*■> , i : S,: ' □□aoc Ktti -'■ Kraftu Js- 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, Por1., Breakfast Bacon, Cold Boiled Ham, Pure Pork Sausage, Etc. Phone US your needs in the meat line. j] Marvin Troublefield || Piionc 2<80 Wc Deliver Promptly □□□i TO SERVE 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 vott to do likewise. The Grocer RUSK, TEXAS C. E. JAY East Side Square J ice HARRY CAREY in his first Super Special at the JEWEL, Saturday. Freight Service to Palestine. Announcement is made that the T. & N. O. will begin freight service to Palestine n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 November 1921

" &mmRyWi0 KCHEROK VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1921 NO. 19 Armistice Rusk, Texas Friday, November 11,1921 Auspices of the American Legion and Chamber of Commerce PROGRAM 6.00 A. M. Reveille. 9.00 A. M. to 4.00 P. M. Continuous Rodeo Contest, at Leath pasture west of T. & N. O. Depot. 10.00 A. M. to 5-00 P. M. Band Concert by Lufkin Concert Band. 10.15 A. M. Invocation, Rev. A. D. Sparkman. 10.30 A. M. Foot Ball Came, Jacksonville High School vs. Rusk High School. 10.30 A. M, Welcome Address, Hon. M. C. Chiles. 10.40 A. M. Address, Captain Tas. I. Perkins, Jr. 10.45 A. M. Address, F. F. Florence of Dallas. 11.00 A. M. Address, I^ajor Arch C. Allen of Dallas. 12.00 to 12.02. Silent Prayer by all. (This-is to be observed the world over). 12.30 P. M. Mess Call. 2.00 P. M. to 3.00 P. M. Confederate Veterans Hour. Introductory Remarks by T. J. S to vail. Talks by Judge Jas. I. Perkins, and others. 2.30 P. M. Foot Ball Game, Rusk College vs. A. C. 3.00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 November 1921

Mm** ■' PfrWWP'l V-£ j' -{>. ' .; ■'," :*■ " ^ I $!?& ■bjbfip Pi Wr\ I ! ¥ b THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN TAX REVISION BILL PASSED IN SENATE &SL VOTES FOR MANY REPEALS ANO REDUCTION AT LONG SES- SION MONDAY NIGHT. INCOME TAX JS REDUCED Transportation and Excess Profits Are Among Those Eliminated, Surtax Rates are Lowered. Washington—Tile much revised tax fevision bill finally waa passed by tha Senate at 1:35 a. m. Tuesday after a session lasting more than fifteen hours. It still must run the gauntlet of the Senate and House conferees before it reaches the President. The vote was 38 to 25, three Repub- licans—La Follette, Moses and Norris voting against the bill, and one Demo- crat, Broussard, supporting it. As now drawn the bill is estimated by Treasury experts to yield approxi- mately $3,250,000 for the fiscal year ending next June 30, or $200,000,000 less than the existing law. If all the changes proposed become effective, however, the measure ultimately will reduce the Nation's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 November 1921

Ssrfj" - THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN E$' ■■ sw- Spanish Doubloons By CAMILLA KENYCN BMMwjj M-iir \vn Liiid lei L i i jaiilnsv. Uiui ruk'^ wxwqw Copyright. Tho Uobbs-Merrill Compaiijr (CHAPTER XI.—Continued.) ——14— "And now I have t<> think about moving the gold. First of all I must get the chest itself aboard Hit' Island Queen. Tills means thnt I shall have to empty it und leave the gold in the cave, while I get the chest out by een. Wiien the chest is safely in the cabin of the sloop—where it won't leave much room for Ileiijy and his Blaster, I'm afraid—I will take the tiags of coin out by the land entrance. 1 can't think of risking my precious doubloons in the voyage around the point. "Of course ! should have liked to get to the task today, hut -after tin- Jirst mad thrill o over. 1 found in; nerved as a \\ o effort I cam a« ous golden h >ai i gloat, playii w morrow i shall iiml if all The pleasure of this is, of uli tile while [ know this wildest < I nil Arabian fairy talcs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 November 1921

7". ■ ■ ■: ■" '.i : '' ;■ '4 ' safvi '/#' •W.;'.:' :f3 r.i.r {*{ V': £ ^ I HP «s , Ai* ESj ? 1 .pi "Wr-'-a 111 •/- ■ > W. L. MARTIN Editor and Publisher OFFICE PHONE 316 SU HSO It I I'TI ON l:ATKS OlU* Year - - Sl 'v Si.I Mynths - - .7 Three Months - - This paper iftops at expiration uf sut tlon. No paper ••foived" on anyone. rrip- Eutered as second-class matter .Inly b' . WW, at the poMoffleeat, ltusk. Texas. urn. r he Act of March 3. IS7i . i * Mala r intended for publication should be sigatKl. Address mat tor for t.ij newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texa-'. The Rusk Cherokeeanj^^^^. A-weekly newspaper published evory Friday i * 1 . , , , . morning at llu> k..Ohttrokt*** County, Texus 0illCiCnt BHu nmiQiG tuGlT earnings properly during their productive years if they are to escape the common lot of being dependent in old age. Under normal times the aver- age educated man gets a salary of $2,000 a year. He works for- ty years, .making a total of $80,- 0(H) in a life-time. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 November 1921

—■— f! t /k 4 Society and Clubs oKn. W. L. Martin, Editor, Phone 69 Friday Bridge Club. | Education and Pastime. Mrs. Wyatt Norman entertain-. Time was, and not so long ago, ed the Bridge Club last week j when students in schools and col- Friday. The club prize, abridge leges really sought an education. pad, was won by Mrs. Harmon Stevens and the guest prize, a candle stick, by Mrs. Knicker- bocker. Mrs. Norman was as- sisted by Mrs. Reagan in serving a salad course to the players. Mrs. Norman had as guests of the club Mesdames H. C. Knick- erbocker, Ed Summers, T. E. Tabb. Merry Matrons. The Merry Matrons and their guests Mrs. Clyde Priest, Mrs. Tom 'Mallard and Mrs. T. H. Cobble were entertained by Mrs. Earl Dixon last T h u r s d a y. Marigolds were used for the dec- orations and chrysanthemums for the prize which was won by Mrs. Tom Malkrd. Following the games the hostess sf rved a salad course to the four groups of players. Wednesday Club. Marigolds, pines and ferns, made the s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 November 1921

lllllllf THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I ^ C-X I «-« 'Armistice Da j£:ji&'; |MMM(i|MMM H • ■ '. ''//vr &>&} kSM^vJ it ' Hi 'srs-/s d'^fiv/rrff ® w: |«)l '« < /^r' Ki* '< t* * - #t ; vi% <s4^ -"- 1- oC "W i \s^ 'i him,v/m^' ' -"'V Hi >■ 1' Ipll ir. • 1 jf; ~|- •m ■ sy 'W- 1 , 'Pape's Cold Compound" Breaks any Cold in a Frew Hours Instant relief! Don't stay sfnfTed- Op! Quit blowing mid snuffling! A dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours until three doses are taken usually breaks any cold right up. The first dose opens clogged-up nos- trils and air passages of head; stops nose running; relieves headache, dull- ness, feverishness, sn&wzing. "Fnpe's Cold Compound" Is the quick- est, surest relief known and costs onlp u few cents at drug ytores. It acts without assistance. Tastes nice. Con- tains no quinine. Insist upon Tape's. xVN — -s-i - - * * .■; v-- > . • ■■ "•> uv, & V- A*,>V """" - . -> Is &m? rw> ^ , g* A* . V; ■- ■ >'•...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 November 1921

<:# ' s# ■me- THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN j THIS WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE Brings a Ray of Hope to Childless Women Lowell, Rtass.—"I had anemia from the time I was sixteen years old and Iwas very irregular. I If I did any house- I cleaning or washing II would faint and I have to be put to I bed, my huslnnd J thinking every min- Jute was my last, (After reading your I text-book for women II took Lydia E. I Pinkham's Vegeta- I ble Compound and • used the Sanative Wash, and have never felt better than I have the last two years. I can work, eat, sleep, and feel as strong as can be. Doctors told me I could never have children—I was too weak— but after taking Vegetable Compound itstrenpth- ened me so I gave birth to an eight pound boy. I was well all the time, did all my work up to the last day, and had a natural birth. Everybody who knew me was surprised, and when they ask mo what made me strong I tell them with great pleasure, ' I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and never felt better i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 November 1921

m lananc Tb Are Satisfied Ou • cvis1 < m : 1 we have i.ee.i d' isfy our p.-: iron' K -of. P ei? \\\ :*Z v.s!J V' : iVi ■ ons ? I'nrc r s"d with the quality of the meats t' lis pleases us as we want to sat- ■ iiitinue to sell the best line of ' i«t Bacon, Cold Boiled '.-Vi'k Sausage, Etc. ; oeds in the meat line. Mr F*IisOi: T K. oublefield rseliver F*romptly Lone Oak Lines mar A.S' !Z/\& TO SERVE rt 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 vou to do likewise. . E. JAY Lasl Side Square an9 The Grocer RUSK, TEXAS -J SAYS PEOPLE SHOULD USE MOUTH WASH show- mouths •f -i !:irg« percentage of the poo- pi in this country sire veritable breeding places for dangerous germs. - They showed also that brushing the teeth with ordina- i.OO not [,!i past...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 November 1921

The Rusk Cherokeean VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921 NO. 20 NEXT WEFK'S PROGRAM NOV. 21ST. JEWEL THEATRE NOV. 26TH. Monday, November 21. CONSTANCE BINNEY In her new Realart Picture "Such a Little Queen" ALSO KENITO REVIE W . Tuesday and Wednesday Will Be Closed. No Program for Either Day. Thursday, November 21. THANKSGIVING WINSTON CHURCHILL'S Celebrated Story of Right and Wrong "INSIDE THE CUP" A remarkable picture, and one that would make the world better to live in if everyone would see it. A WONDERFUL LESSON FOR EVERYONE. Algo 2-REEL COMEDY. > Friday, November 25. WILLIAM RUSSELL In his new Fox Picture "Singing Rive r " A Typical Western Thriller. YlT WAS GREAT EVENT if Armistice Day Celebration Brought Huge Crowds to Rusk It is over. The wonderful day has passed and its celebration is now one of the milestones on the historic career of Rusk. The celebration put on by the com- bined effort of the Chamber of Commerce and the American Le- gion was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 November 1921

m THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN I# ■ A TEN YEAR NAVAL HOLIDAY PROPOSED SECRETARY HUGHES OFFERS A WAY TO PRESERVE PEACE BETWEEN NATIONS UNIT TO NAVY TONNAGE United States Would Have 18 Ship% Great Britain 22, and Japan Would Have 10 Washington.—A ten-year naval hol- iday in naval construction, Involving a tremendous scrapping of ships now on the ways or contemplated by the United States, Great Britain and Ja- pan was proposed to the conference on the limitation of armaments by Secretary Hughes at the opening ses- sion Saturday as America's proposals. Briefly, the American proposal is: That there immediately be destroy- ed by the navies of the three great powers 66 capital fighting ships and a total tonnage of 1,878,043 tons. Within three months after making an agreement fhe navies would con- sist of designated and agreed upon ships as follows: United States, IS; Great Britain, 22; Japan, 10. In tons, this would be: United States, 500,050; Great Britain, 604 450; Japan, 299,700. Replacements wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 November 1921

i V THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN laaaaaaaaaMai « *■! Spanish Doubloons y Camilla y Kenyon COPYRIGHT THE BOBBS-MHRRILL COMPANY CHAPTER XIII. —15— Mr. Tubbs Interrupts. I had determined as an offset to my .pusillanimous behavior about the cave to show a dogged Industry In the mat- ter of the Island Queen. It would take me a long while to get down through the sand to the chest, but I resolved to accomplish It, and borrowed of Cookie, without his knowledge, a large Iron spoon which I thought I could wield mure easily than a heavy spade. But that afternoon I was tired and .■hot—it really called for a grimmer resolve Own mine to shovel sand through the languor of a Leeward Island afternoon. Instead, I slept in my hammock, and dreamed that 1 was queen of a cannibal Island, draped In necklaces made of the doubloons now- hidden under the sand in tlie cabin of •the derelict. Luter, the walling of Cookie was iieard In the land, and I had to restore •the spoon to free Crusoe of tlie charge •of having st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 November 1921

RvT' r • • •'*''' U t f I I I tm M-. II v \ 1 r t The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every Friday morning at Husk. Cherokee County, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and Publisher OFFICE PHONE 3 16 StJUSOU1PTION RATES One Year - • ?1.50 Six Months - - Three Months - - •'W This paper stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered :is second-class mutter .July 16, 919, at the post office at Busk. Texas, under he Act of March 3. I87H. t. Matter Intended for publication "should be sign el. Address matter for tlie newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. A Womanless Wedding is what Rusk is promised next. It would seem to us that a Woman less Wedding will be a prelude to | an Alimoniless Divorce. "Hope springs eternal in the human breast" and were it not so Pres. Harding would not have had the temerity to call an arms conference. He had to have hope that the democrats would prove more loyal to their country, and that ex-president Wilson would be a grea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 November 1921

ffTT'T'v " ■ ■ * ■ ■■■— I w" TP?" C: ll I Cf IHB I • I If fl ■ I y { Society and Clubs i5Vfr.i, IV. L. Jttartin, Editor, Phone 69 Entre Nous. Mrs. Robert Hatchett was a delightful hostess to the Entre Nous Wednesday. The diversion was 42. Prizes were given, the club prize, a pair of handpainted candle sticks to Mrs. Coupland, the guGst prize, a colonial door knocker, to Mrs. Laura Guinn of Mineral Wells. Mrs. Hatchett was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. James Doss and Mrs. L e n a Guinn. Those present were club mem- bers Mesdames T. E. Tabb, W. J. Johnson, Forrest Reagan, El- dridge Gregg, Wyatt Norman, Frank Coupland, Charles Mos- ley, James Doss, T. H. Cobble, Carl Sherman; guests Mesdames Ed Summers, Jim Summers, Thomas Shearon, J. F. Johnson, W. E. Sloan, Mack Priest, Laura Guinn, Kate McCord, Tom Mal- lard, Tom Frazer, Frank Guinn, H. C. Knickerbocker. W. L. Mar- tin, Sam Smith, McCord, Misses Viola Dickinson, May Smith; W. M. S. Meeting. On last Monday afternoon the M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 November 1921

• •• • ■ c; I 1 . : MB? I THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN V • <« I MOTHER! Your Child's Bowels Need "California Fig Syrup" Hurry mother! Even a sick child foves the "fruity" tnste of "California Fig Syrup" and It never falls to open the bowels. A teaspoonful today may prevent a sick child tomorrow. If con- stipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, has cold, colic, or if stomach is sour, tongue coated, breath bad, remember a good cleansing of the little bowels is often all that is necessary. Ask your druggist for genuine "Cali- fornia Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of all ages printed on the bottle. Mother! You must say "California" or you may get an ifhltation fig syrup. Advertisement, Ambiguous. "A man who was arrested with a case of Scotch in his possession went to see the biggest lawyer In town." "Well, did the lawyer show the pre- sumptuous fellow the door?" . "No, he said he'd take the case." If You Need a Medicine You Should Have the Best Have you ever stopped to r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 November 1921

THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN SUFFERED SEVEN LONG YEARS Finally Relieved by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound BiTenswood, W. Va.—"For seven long ynn I Buffered from a female trouble land inflammation so I that I was not able to do my housework. I consulted several (doctors but none I seemed to give me | relief. I read in a paper about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound so II decided to try it, land before the first jbottle was gone I 1 found great relief so I continued using it until I had taken eight bottles. Now I am very well and can do my own housework. I can gladly recommend Lydia K. Pinkham's medicine to suffering women." —Mrs. Bertha Liering, R. F. D., Ravenswood.W. Va. The ordinary day of most housewives is a ceaseless treadmill of washing, cooking, cleaning, mending, sweeping, dusting and caring for little ones. How much harder the tasks when some de- rangement of the system causes head- aches, backaches, bearing-down pains and nervousness. Every such woman should pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 November 1921

\ JOOOC j i R i i % They Are Satisfied Our customers are well plea??d with the quality of the meats we have been dispensing. Tnis pleases us as we want to sat- isfy our patrons. We will continue to soil the best line of Beef, Pork, ilvea'.ifa. t Bacon, Cold Boiled Hani, Pure Pork Sausage, Etc. Phone US your needs in the meat line. Marvin Troublsfield F*ln cme 1G3 i/Ve Deliver Promptly mancz: ii— 'ir C. E. JAY East Side Square TO SERVE a fine lunch quickly with our biscuits, canned fish, meat or poultry and our jams, pickies, olives, etc. Not a bit oT 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 Yeas But Mrs Ellen E Reageu Mrs. Ellen E. Reagan died at: her home in Rusk Thursday evening, November 10, 1921, atj the ripe old age of 82 years. She ! had lived here more than G5 To Quickly Bu.ld Waighfc, In- years; had been a me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 November 1921

RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1921 VOL. 3 NO. 21 : into motion pictures BLACK BEAUTY A picture that every member of the family should see. lOc PRICES 35c Matiuee 2.30 Both Days. : : Night Shows 7.00. JEWEL THEATRE Blue Ribbon Winners. Next Thursday and Friday, December 1 & 2 j ArmtobDay°d were "Iwlrdcd The world's most famous book made | saddling and unsaddling, was contested by Messrs T. A. Sher-j man, J. W. Bothwell, Ray Sher- man and Forrest Leath of Rusk, Lawrence Jones of Lone Star, Russell Smith of Ponta, and Mr. Ault of Craft. Mr. Ray Sherman, showing more efficiency in horsemanship and speed in performance, was awarded blue ribbon and Angora saddle girth for his effort. No. 2 on program. Mounting .. and dismounting was contested by the same gentlemen, Mr. T. A. Sherman claiming honors: blue ribbon and silver heel spur. t% , TT* t I., ii i. . i No. 3 on program. Mounted Rusk Hi football team went to - ,. , .. cigar lighting was very interest- Christia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 25 November 1921

n mmmxs - * . if ■>": U S ■ ,' ^. :i .1 « ".I «MR, W&V&wXXR M - WtN*,. ■ypswi#: v ;-:v .^v- kk.: v«f! Fw f * *>1 t ' • - :-•'V-v *■-?■:" •• ;i4i-- ■ : • • THE RUSK CHgROKEEAN ■'.'I^ ,W$$s' ■ ', .. :r ■ v;:fr:!f'V • - ■ ■"■__• TABLETS OR LIQUID SOLD EVERYWHERE "IT SAVED MY LIFE" Th# Fteling Tribute of a Wopian to PE-RU-NA READ HER LETTER—IT WILL DO VOU COOD •'Pe-ru-na has been a Godsend to m®. I feel safe I In saying that It saved my life. I was all run down and miHerable when I commenced taking Pe-ru-na, but am on the road to recovery now. 1 cannot thank you too much." MRS. CHARLES ANSPAUQH, R. F. D. No. 7, Lagrange, Indiana. A letter like this brings hope and the promise Of health to every sick and suffering woman. Per- haps you know what It means to have your daily duties a misery, every movement an effort, stomach deronged, pains in the head, back and loins most of the time, nerves raw and quivering—not a mo- ment day or night free from suffering. Do as Mrs. Anspaug...

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