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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 February 1897

PATRONIZE OUR I ADVERTISERS. | ? ? vor., xvir, N<>. iDi l'Rlur; . -: tili: o?N'XH. s??] kVoreCHHt for Virginia: Ittiin or ! Kiiorr In tli? onrly morning followcil l?y cleurl k weatlier, lib;b iiortliwenterly j ivIml?, K-u.jito-.it uro about freezing. Pocahontas Coal1 And %ll o'.her kinii a; :--"*; ? - . FLIPP?, 'Phone G8. 4> <>0O-& 0 CO 60?xJ**> 3>0<M> OQQG 3> H tit Brush is the liest kind to -buy, because thu bristles are S - c.iw ly llxed in a solid handle, w-which will not war] or split,as ^ -the kind made in two pieces, 0 -joined to the other, will do., 9-Prices?50c, 75c, $1.25 and x ?upward. at-For 50c wo are offering an ? ?exceptionally line sold bind; ? -all bristle Hair Brush of our -own import. Sec our window. MASSIE'S PHARMACY. % IweA Pleased 1 T? ANNOUNCE that AI.i. \K holes iiought prom us van :::: KNGRAVED, MOST ALL FREE dp CHARGE?SOME PKW si'k niAI....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 February 1897

THE TIMES every morxing, except monday. roanokk publishing co., publishers and proprietors, 122 campbell avk. s.w. tkums by mail (postage prepaid): daily, 0kk month.' . . . 50 " three months.$1.50 " six months. ll.OO " ose year, in advance. 5.00 bur day edition, one year. 1.00 FEBRUARY: S M T W T F S 1 3 8 4 5 0 7 S 0 10 11 19 13 14 15 10 IT 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 i r.usiiu'Hh ?Milte.143 1 UUl>ES 1 fcUltuiial boom?.1*4 At tbc present rate of damage to thj cruisers of the United Suites navy, a war with a foreign power will not he needed to knock this country out of nil available means of defense. English newspapers are resenting Sen? atorial tinkering with the arbitration treaty, and it is just possible that the jingo members of that body will succeed in entirely defeating the measure, Should it so happen, those most active in bringing this about will stand an excel? lent chance for retirement to private life after their present terms of office shall have expired. N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 February 1897

Otttorl? ).i put v.p In ODO-iizO bottlca cc.iy. ia not r.ol.1 in bulk. E'.^a'i allot/ auycno to s yon anything olto on tbo plea ^>r prooiro that ia "just na pocd" r.;ci "will r.r'wcr every pi pose." -Ku-Oco that you get O-A-S-T-O-It-1-. ? cf Our's is the place where a little money goes a long way. Everything in the house at bar? gain Dricfts: An Elegant tins cf Furniture. h Fine ^ssortiTsent of Carpels and Rugs. A Fine and Varied Line of Queens ware. Ssb Our Chairs?a fine lot to select from. I&F" Every article markeii down to bottom prices. HABTBABGER & PATTERSON Trustees for W.W. Workman & Co., 20 SAI.KM AVENUE. Ftore runs through to Cumplicll Ave. Mouldings, Brackets, Shingles, Laths, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Bricks, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc. Office 1 10 Campbell St. 'Phone! 1 74. or. iiom PILLS BElVOttE AND AbTJSK ??INQ. For sale by OHAS. D. FOX Tho great remedy for nervous prostration nnd all nervous diseases ol tliosonern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 February 1897

Cures alt forms of nervousness, nervous prostration and all the symptoms of nervous exhaustion, such as depressed spirits, peevishness, irritability, goucrnl seusitlveness of the whole nervous sys? tem, failure of memory, inability to con? centrate the thoughts, morbid fears, rest? less and sleepless nights, pains in tho head, noises in the cars and dizziness. It sti jmlates and strengthens the nerves and acts as a strong tonic. Price -\> cents. A separate cure for each disease. At all druggists, mostly 23 cents a vial. Personal letters to Prof. Muuyon. I?05 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., answered with free medical advice for any disease. EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Miss Jennie Duncan, a maiden lady, we'd known here, and a former resident of the "Old Lick,'" died on Sunday morn? ing at 3 o'clock at the residence of .1. W. Reynolds in the Bond. She bail a com? plication of troubles which were aggrava? ted by a recent attack of grippe, that caused her death. She was a sister o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 February 1897

Was completed the 30th, a?>d we find our stock much larger than an? ticipated. Consequently we propose to sell a portion of it at greatly reduced prices: lot1!?Remnants of every de? scription almost given away. Lot 2-100 pair 11-4 All-wool Blankets at $2.75. Lot 3-100 pair White Blankets si ghtly soiled, at less than half their cost. lot 4-250 Comforts, ranging in rjica from 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49 up. Lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, best quality, fi&ured saline on both sides, at $3.50 each. Lot 6-25 Fine Jackets, regular price $8, $10, $12, $S5, $20; your choice for $5. Lot 7?10 Coney Fur Capes, Satin lined, $1 a piece. Lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union Suits, best quality, 85c. I O tlozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 45c Lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. Lot 10?25 dozen Children's Merino Shirts and Draw? ers from 5c up. Lot 11-25 dozen Wen's While and Grey Vests ond Patfs, extra heavy, 41c. Lot ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 February 1897

Thal is the Ftory the morning newspapers U-!l of the modem business man. Too much money-getting. Too little care for health. Too much rush, and strain, and wcai and tear. Too little time to cat, to sleep, to digest the food, to rest tired body and tortured brain. Not enough time to think once in a while of health and sttcngth and happiness and a long and useful life. a widow and orphans left to mourn. a big estate that under the dissecting knife of the executor falls all to pieces. 'Tis the story of thousands of business men in life reputed wealthy and successful. It is a story that is unnecessary ? need not be. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery if Tcsoitcd to occasionally will keep a man or woman in good health. 11 goes to the roots of things. It tunes up the strings of life and makes them vibrate to the music of good health. It makes the appetite keen, the di? gestion good, the blood pure, and the nerves strong. Then ill-health is no impossibility, and work is a pleasure. Thou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 February 1897

Universally a five, discrimi Thev know of wholesom the risk of th THE HOME OF PAYNE. DWELLING PLACE OF THE AUTHOR OF THE MOST FAMOUS BALLAD. I.no.y Cleveland Write* Feelingly About the Laut IMac? That John Howard Pajrua Ever Knew rts IIIn "Homo, Sweet Home." "You ought to hoo it, lady!" My quuiut Amagausott charioteer pointed with his wliip in tho direction of an antique mansion half hidden in tho shadows that the elm treos threw aorosB its portul. I had driven over to old East Hamp? ton for an autumn afternoon's pleasur? ing along its olru embowered street of 100 yours. Stretching from one antiqu* windmill to another, ench tho somber guardian of graves, each tho worden of the old villugo comotories, this grand old Main street of East Hampton un? rolls its green ribbon of verdure tho length of tho little town and tempts tho tourist to a lazy, lovely loitering in tho sherry colored sunset in the sangnino air of seas. Afar tho boom of the in? finite ocean called. Tho arms of tho old w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 February 1897

1 An Attractive I "S j* ? if. ? _ * f !A ??! *? The carpenters and painters to> ?7 !):ivo charge of my store- & * i room to relit and remodel in & ? every reepcot. 1 intend to have n bright nud nilractivo place of & 2 business, whero every article will j* S lie- marked in plain figures and i* * ?Oid at strictly <>na price. al y * <*: mciliods nf doing business will be $ on business principles and I hope. j? !JJ to have my now home ready to j? * ifceive you nbiiut February 18. j* * watch fur Special Announce ?** men i. * v. * *> <* t? - I* ?v. j* 1 E. WILE, I "V, Successor to J09. Cohn, i*s <*i Cor. Campbell and Jefferson Sts., ? ROANOKE, VA. $ **! ^* j* f~v s?" ?? ? 3* ?* 3* 3? * J? i? $ ?' > j; ? jx North, Fast, aduth, \\\\si the Mower of ib-nrs is "Pillsbury's Best." Cost-! a little more titan any other be? cause it is worth more. Ami it makes more bread, mak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 February 1897

I PATRONIZE I i I OUR 1 I ADVERTISERS, | VOL. XVII. No. IOJ I'KlCta illKKE OhXlM. tum weiTunu u Forecast for Virginia: Fair, partly i'IuikIv. northwesterly wiikIm, no I'lllUlgO 111 W 01 pern t U re. |AIiIi AND EXAMINE THE "White Rimmed" JUST received. The Finish is Superb, Equipment Up-To-Date. Construction tl>e Staunchest, And Material the Finest Thty Are Fust. They Stand Up. Now re'.xly for inspection, ROANOKF; CYCLE CO., K. t.. FLIPl'O. Mumirrer. Hair Brush is the best kind to v, bccituse the bristles are securely lixcd in a solid handle. ?which will not war] or split,as -tin! kind made in two pieces, ?one glued to the other, wilt do. -Prices?50c, Joe, $1, $1.25 and - ? upward. -For 50c we are olTcriusc an exceptionally fine sold back .?!! bristle Hair Urush of our 6wn import. See our window. I MASSIE'S PHARMACY. I We Are Pleased #1-T? ANNOUNCE THAT ai.i. Alt- 'M. -rtci.Ks iiouGiri from us can ? ? ???-_ ItK KXGKAVEI), MOST Al l. PKKE 8g \i%-Op'cilAltOE?some pkw si'K- (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 February 1897

! EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE POULISUIXO CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 OAMPBEL.li AVE. S.W. TERMS DT MA.lL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THEKE MONTHS. $1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ON E YEAR. 1.00 FEUB UAKY. S M T W T F S .. I 1 2 15 4 5 ? 7 8 <? 111 II 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 28 21 25 26 27 t ltustiM'HN ?Ifllec.143 "j feritturial Itouilll. I M President Cleveland continues to send noniiuations to the Senate for eonlirmn tion with as much regularity and persist? ence as in the early days of his adminis? tration, and yet his stay in the White House is now limited to twentv-cight ?lays. The war in Cuba has lapsed into Innoc? uous dessentude. General Weyler has disappeared from public view, and the general idea is that he has again taken to the field in a closed carriage, and is now wandering around the suburbs of Havana with a view of ending the war in a grand coupe. '?Chickens invariably come hom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 February 1897

Castorla ia pnt tp in cri-sizo bottlea f nly, It ig not sold ia balk. D^u'r. ailow anycnt la ecU yoQ anything che cn tho ple.i nr promiEo tb.it it ia "juat as gooil" tvnd "will answer overy p::r poso," Sco that you get O-A-E-7 0-1J-1-A. ?ho fco- _^ ( ?^^^Z^^M^^lf ???7 ?Our's is the place where a little money goos a long way. Everything in the house at bar? gain Drices: An Elegant tine of Furniture. A Fine Assortment of Carpels and Rugs. A Fine and Varied Line of Queens ware. See Our Chairs?a fine lot to select from. Every article marked dowu to bottom prices. HftBTBA3GER&PATTERSON Trustees for W.W. Workman & Co. SO SATbKM AVKS1IH. Ptoro runs through to C!iun|>liell Ave CATOGNI -DBALEHS IN NO FINISHED Mouldings, Brackets, Shingles, Laths, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Bricks, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc. Office 1 1 O Campbell St. 'Phone 1 74. or. mm KEBYKBIKE PILLS The great remedy for nervous prostration arid all MrvOOJdiseaseso? the gonoratlvo o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 February 1897

COULD NOT EAT OR SLEEP. Perfectly Cured by the Great Remedy, Dr. Greene's Nervura. Mm. Afoies S^Iorton,388 Main St., Char lcstown, Mas-., says: ? "] became so weak that I was nnablo to jyalk steadily, hiul no appetite, and my stomach was nnablo to retain food. 1 could not sleep at night, bad no ambition for any? thing, und was a total wreck. My heart would beut ami t would Ik* all of n tremble' 1 used Dr. Greene's Nervura bloydatid nerve reuiedy. .'IKS, ACM.s S. MOUTHS. "I am now like a new person. I have nri excellent appetite, can cat anything and every? thing, and 1 feel buoyant and ambitious. I am cured, perfectly cured." Dr. Greene's Cathartic Pills taken with the Nervura keep Hie. liver and bowels active. Dr. Greene. 3ii West I Ith St., New York City, the most successful specialist In curing nervous and chronic diseases, can ha con? sulted free, personally or by letter. EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. - Town Sergeant .1. B. Frier, who has been confined to his room for some time by sic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 February 1897

n 4 Inventory I of Stock... Was completed the 30tb, aud we fiud our stock much larger than an? ticipated. Consequently we propose to sell a portion of it at greatly reduced prices: Lot'I?Remnants of every de? scription almost given, away. Lot 2-100 pair 11-4 All-wool Blankets at $2.75. Lot 3-100 pair White Blankets si ghtly soiled, at less than half their cost. lot 4-250 Comforts, ranging in cries from 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49 up. Lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, best quality, figured satine on both sides, at $3.50 each. Lot 6 -25 Fine Jackets, regular price $8, $10, $12, $15, $20; your choice for $5. Lot 7?10 Coney Fur Capes, Satin lined, $1 a piece. Lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union Suits, best quality, 85c. I?.dozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 45c Lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. Lot 10?25 dozen Children's Merino Shirts and Draw? ers from 5c up. Lot 11-25 dozen Men's While and Grey Vests and Pants, extra heavy, 41c. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 February 1897

Isn t it a pity that so many women go through life as nervous, fretful invalids, al? ways in a sick-bed or on the verge of it. They are to be sincerely pitied for the great majority have in them the making of healthy, amiable capable wives and moth? ers. These cases become sadder still when it is utilized that the Bufferings they endure arc unnecessary. Any woman can be healthy and amiable and helpful if she will take care of the health of those delicate organs that arc essentially feminine. The greatest known medicine for women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It cities all weakness and disease of the or pans that make wifeuood and motherhood possible. It allays inflammation, soothes pain, and restores calm and strength to the shattered nerves. It prepares for wifehood and maternity. Over 00,000 women have testified to itsvirtues. Druggists sell it. " I commenced usine; your medicine three days aflci iuv child was born,*' writes Mrs. A. j, Bry roil, of VVilbraham. Harupden CO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 February 1897

NEXT SEASON'S GOODS. Beautiful Finn Organdies, Lawns and Nain? sooks?Charming Floral Designs. Already have thin summer fabrics made, their upponrnuce In show windows and on shop counters, nnd thoy nro oxcocdlugly at? tractive both in color nnd design. Tbo nainsooks nnd organdlosuro almost as lino I ami transparent as mouRsolIno do sole, und, liko that material, roqnlro to bo made up nor a silk lining. Fino sateon may bo employed Instead of silk with good effect and has tbo advantage of being washable. Floral patterns urc us much to bo favored BLACK AND W11ITK C08TIJ1IK. nest summer apparently as they were last, but the designs nro somewhat more branch? ing and disourslvo. Tho tints are clear and delicate, and distinct stripes of black or color tire muob seen running lengthwise of tbo light or white ground on which tho flower design is thrown. These, stripes give oharacter to tbo color scheme, which is sometimes so subtle as to be almost in? significant without some such contrast. Gr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 February 1897

v ? K ?r. * ? <i ?* * *j ?* w ?a ?*: ?* <fi <i * * in Attracts itore. Too carpcQtera ami painters now have charge of my store room t<: rctit and remodel iu every respect. I iutead to have a bright nud attractive placo of business, where every article Wil? lie ruurkoil i" plain figures ami sold at strictly one pries. Mv methods of doing business will be on business principles and I hope to have my new home ready to receive you about February IS. watch for Special Announce? ment. E. WILE, Successor to Jos. Cohn. Cor. Campbell und .lellersou Sis. ROANOKE, VA. K K M M> I? ;ft YS M t* M. ift 14 V. jft ? * ft ft ft ft ?ft * :tk ft S ft Mi s Mi g ft '.ft I ift * i * ft ft * ?ft ?: i> is- * J> S> ?> *' > * $? * 4' *? * S?? * 4? *> North, Knst, south, West the Mower of Hours is "Pillsbury's Uest." Costs a little more than nny other be? cause it is worth more. And it inakei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 February 1897

? - . * A WE WILL SOON I I HAVE OUR I I NEW POSTOFFICE. | vol. xvii. No. 10:; I'UICIC i Hit KSK u|...Ms, ?THH WBATHIRH Forecast for Virginia: Fair In the mm.mil g, cloudy In tin. evening, proli ?)>ly hIioiv. rs hy laturdny morning: east? erly winds, Ktlgtit rino in (omporature, AND EXAMINE THE "White Rimmed" Crescent, J.USi* RECEIVED. The Finish is ?Snperb, Equipment Up-To-Date. Construction ti>e Staunchest, And Material Hie Finest They A re Fast, They Stand Up. Now ready for inspection, ROAMOKE CYCLE CO., ti r.. CL1PPO, Manager. lASnliriB % -Hair Brush is the liest kind to 'S ^ ? h :y, because the bristles are x 'rely Used in a sol id handle, $ ?-which will not wuiq, or spllt,as ? X-the kind made in two pieces, i? ?one glued to the other, will do. ,> ?Prices?flOc, T5e, si, $1.25 and <? ?upward. J -For oOo we are offer! tut an <? ??? eptionnlty Hue soiii .hack 5 ?all bristle Hair Brush of our ? ^ -own import. See our window. ^ I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 February 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT-MONDAY*. ROANOR8 PUBL18H1KG CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPDELL AVE. S.w. TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 8.00 " ONE TEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE TEAR. 1.00 FEBRUARY. S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 10 II 12 10 H 15 10 11 18 19 20 21 22 28 24 25 20 27 l IlttKlncH* Ottice.l-ttl I iilitoi inl Knoini. I-.'l The Pt. James Gazette advises theEn?* lish government to accept an amended arbitration treaty, If the American ad? ministration should so request; hut it is by no means certain that this feeling is general enough in Great Britain to lead to the desired compromise. Utah has elected n Democrat to tin Senate in the person of ex-Congressman Joseph L. Rawlins, something that the preliminary steps for the admission of the Territory to the benefits of Statehood did not. indicate, but which is none the less gratifying to the friends of silver. The Virginia election laws continue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 February 1897

Of mankind?contagious blood poison?chiimt'? as its victim Mr *rani; B. Martin, did Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, J). Q./ a,?j Che usual physician's treatment did hjm not the slightest good. His condition reached that deplorable stage which only thio terrible dis ease<an produce. i fa w Alter all else failed, was aft la>?t found in S. H. S.?tho greatest of all blood remedies. Eighteen bot? tles removed tie* disease perman ently, und left his skin without a ?-JV B, is guaranteed f??'A>^ fi^Ma purely vogetablo; and V&v \sk.N is theonly known cure ^ ^?EW rnrtliuniost terrible JvJlS kvJJia }^ 8a disease Hooka freoj '&2&P *udru3;,SwUt8pociuc Company, AuantaTulu Ho Beu.r DisGlpUoed~Seborjj ln~tlm South Than tha NATIONAL ttO^NOKC, VA. We give a SysremaiiG Business Edition with rngiish, r?1at!! emat csf Book-keeping, Short? hand and Typewriting as lead Oo not forget that we h?ve a prsparatory course wiili the best of ins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 February 1897

SAVE DOCTORS' FEES Tho Munyon Remedies net instantly, giving relief lifter the Qrst two or three doses ami effecting a rapid cure even in tho most obstinate cases. There is a separ? ate Munyon remedy for each disease ami each speciile has plain directions, so there can be no mistake. If you are ailing get Munvou'sGuide to Health from your near? est druggist; it will describe your disease and tell yon how to cure yourself with a 25 cent. Munyon remedy. If you Hud that, you have rheumatism, take Munyon's Rheumatism cere. If you have kidney trouble, take Munyon's Kidney Cure. If nervous, use Munyon's Nerve Cur?-. It you have catarrh, Munyon's Catarrh Cure and Tablets will cure you. If it is female com plain i>. use Munyon's Female Cure. If you have stomach trouble take Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure;*for a, cold or cough, the Cold Cure or the Cough Cures, and so on. No mut ter what the disease you can be absolutely certain of a eine if you take the remedy recommended In the ?'(.uid...

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