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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 December 1895

)tin, VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1 VOLUIME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISHI, i;A., SATURDAY, DECEMBIER 14 1895.' I,, HER EYES. From her eyes the 'prisoned sunabeam Shinling bright. Send their message to the dark soul, 'lThrough the night, Till the enalrcling gloom is pieroed, And there is light Oat within the deep recesses Of thoese eyes,. Beyond the sunbeams' realm, A shadow lies. To loving ones a sad Yet sweet surprise Fer sympathy is deepent W here the pain' Has essed from soul to soul, And back again; The Comfort like the sunlight _fter rain As underlies the sweetest song The saddest strain. --C Lewerent. in Detro!, Free Prosa ONLY A PAIR OF FOOLS. BY P. M'ABTHL'r, May was waiting for her affianced lover to calL As might be expected, she was looking her best, and her best was very good, indeed. She was wear ing the dress she knew he liked, and her hair was made up as she knew he loved to meo it-in soft folds on th...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 December 1895

I E BAUNER-&MOCRAT, LETr P-UUUaHED YVRTI SATURDAY AT We I LAK PRovIDENCE. LA. Robv, Sgn Cit JAMES N. TURNER. nexblt l Jfblirrihe and Proprtetor. he meet agelme ..,iu Citl UaoTCRirION t: $00 PER YEAR. oucbvr small l attnr ºI; '-t+Ebier+ 14, 1896. and fro town, EAST CARROLU' CHOIICE FOR Would GOVERNORt, this ma as we w JZE T 3. FOSTiER, were gs will sin OF ST. M'ARY. bank in , -t to the l J º. TIEby resl pose of Distict Ticket. and vat proved For Senator, 25th Senatorial District, ad ex W. M. Murphy. t Up t For Judge, 7th Judicial District, here hb F. F. Montgomery, nerchL tLinki' For District Attorney 7th Judicial the mau District, as in W. S. Holmes. States. feelihn Parish Tioket pies al onghe For Iepresentative, keeps C. S. Wyly, New t the pro For Sheriff, Hence J. W. Dunn. town ii For Clerk 7th District Court, order J. D. Tompkins. and th For Coroner, neithe W. E. Lang. When draft For Police Jury, mittci 1st VWard.......... Rb.. .t Nicholson, or rtsl 2nd .. . ... . H. . Gra...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 December 1895

DR. A. G. Graduate. Sans tal urgery. CIee bure ar a, Over Cassell's Drug Store, Vie r, is. 0. S. 'WTLT, .&Attor2e at Zaaw. Lake Providence, La. Practices In Stat and Federal C . CLIOTON F. DAVIS, AtttorneC r at tI.aw, Lake Providence. La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. W. D. s3LL, Surgeon and Practteuag Pysidan. (Obstetric a specialty.) Will res pod to allalls, day ornmght. Offlce at Bernard drug store. Resideaee next to Metodist Churn Payment for medical servidbs must be made at the close of each month positively, Local and Pariah News. Make haste and start a bank. Guonard's for your fire works. Do business in a progressive way. A bank is very much needed in this town. You save money by buying goods at White's. Don't put a damper on every new r enterprise. 1 Beautiful weather, and the cotton c all gathered. Services at the Catholle Church at d 10:80 to-morrow. I Commercial tourists give a flne t name to our town. Not a cooking stove for sale in town. All sold out and gone. ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 December 1895

e isist modest, elfflcted women In th loeeessful treatment of disease peculiar to their sex, a book has been reppwundea the direction of Rev. It L. assist D .d by eminent physicians and speciaIsts, .tiled.ome Treatment of Fbale Dis The book is written i simple lau , eisily understood, amnd eontaans: I--A descrlption of the female rgm 9d.-lnstructions for detecting the ap. proachof the menstrual age, and for treat. ent during the monthly period, and to la. sure its regular return. 3rd.-A minute description of lsammes at fecting tho genital, urinary and men- tl trusl organs of women, giving ther canes, symptoms and treatment. . A paper edition of this pmat book bas been prepared, copies of which can be a t cured for six cents impostage. Writs, Rev. B. to McElree, St. Elmo, Tean. . As Irish nsewpaper one said, in annoine ltg an sooeilent: 'Our fellow townsman t Mr. Hooligan fell out of the second-story a window yesterday and broke his neck and , suffered Internal injuries. His friends ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 December 1895

<V." - .i VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVID)ENCE, EAST CARROLL ?A1ISU, LA4 t,1 MY LITTLE GIRL Mylttlte girl is nstedt Within her tiny bed. With amber ringlets ereste Around her dainty head; She lies so calm sad tilly, She breataes so soft sad 1o. She calls to mind a lily Halt hidden in the snow. A weary Ittle mortal Haes one to alumberland; The Pixes ast the portal Have asught her by the handt She 'esams her broken dolly ,ill soon be mended there. That looks so melaneholy Upon the rocking-chair. 1 ktss year wayward tresses, My drowsy little queen; I know rou have caresses From floating forms Sasesat 0. angels, let me keep her, To kiss away my eares. This darling little sleeper Who has m5 love and prayers. .4esuel Minturn I'eok, in Times-Democrah A COMMISSION. CaAaAorzas: George Clitheroe. editor of the Polished Mirror: Mira Moreton, a jour *aslist: a mutual friend. Scran: The lawn; a g 'rden party. (Mira has just espied the editor alone, and walks str-ight to him.) [RA (hurried and con fu...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 December 1895

,. - a. rT D "- AT The C. " A LA. enteri whie1 o , theutla Chrit ad Psope*ae, sigiis of cot r PKER 1YBAB. the b S----- by. pendi K4 T' CIA IILL S lIoIcE FOR bears Tlh OOERNOR, . S. Mnomesti WT 3. T , holi OF ST. MARY. lowei that ý Illtý ý evmeat DiStltTicket. t tiredl For Senator, 2lth Senatorial District, crop W. M. Murphy. curre hand For Judge, 7th Judicial District, the F. F. Montgomery, whic. Per District Attorney 7th Judicial back District, crop. W. S. Holmes. stead ment on a For Representattve, ca1194 C. S. Wyly. move Ti For Sheriff, posit J. V. Dunn. fore. For Clerk 7th District Court, meiil J. D. Tompkins D.sho For Coroner, pare W. E. Lang. 1899 For Policee Jury, the 1st Ward..........Robt Nicholson, date g....- .. ..........f.H. Graham, In t Sis ~..............Phil McGuire, 000 r4th . . ...............P. i. Quays. . .. ..............C. A. Voelker. mov bles For Justices Peace Third Ward, bull Chs. . E lMlly and G. M. Franklin. wea Per Constable Third Ward, mor W. H. Hunter. ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 December 1895

wadhaie 3altlasera College of Dental over CasEl"U''s [5rs lti Ytckbburg, e.. O. a WYLT, .&tt orey at Iesaw. Lake Providence, La. Pratis Stat and Federal Courts. CI'TON F. DA&VIS, .ALttorniey at I"aw, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. Local and Parish News. A Merry Christmas to you. The river is falling at this point. Cotton seed has gone to $9.00. Trade has been good this week. Ye Christmas turkey is ip demand. Stores on Levee street are at a prem ium. Candies in wagon load lots, at Gu. nard's. Business was never better in Provi dence. Less cotton next year-and higher prices. Mr. W. B. Keene was a vistor to town on Tuesday. HIow the advertising merchants are doing the business. Be sure to drop in at McRae's for your Christmas things. Services at the Methodist and Epis copal Churches to-morrow. The dust this week has been as plen tiful as in the middle of summer. The bicycle club of Providence was out for a spiun on Tuesday evening. The choir of the Episc...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 December 1895

i ore "tse mio B mind Your Health Is serionsl in danger tnless your blood is rich, red sad purs Hood's 1.1 Sarsaparilla :i Is the One True Blood Purifier th Prominently in the Public Eye. St ~ i-T)Io cure all liver Ils. blles. Hood' is nIcs. ho; hoes te .j p tr fa Ic Mother Goose F IN NEW CLOTHES. U containing ten beautiful it lithographic color plates, ten black and white drawings and lots of snappy jingles, n Sent Free to any mother who will for- t ward a two cent stamp and her name and address to • RICHAlDSON & DELONG BROS., Philadelphia. t BEST IN THL WORLD. . h eapess this prepa- i tahon ýis tr unrwa\vad. STOVE IPOUSH in cakes for general PAST blacking of storr. V T m SUN PASTB after - dinner sior ne, 7' N ·applied and poi iehcd with a cloth. Mores Bres., Props.. Cantos, Mass., U.S.A. NOATION PLOW 'S FRIEND.... The DAN DANIEL PLOW takes the place of every toot from planting to layinr by. RETAIL. $6.00. AE T WA NT A iT every eounty Dt ro astely. For ful lofona with eot ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 28 December 1895

iI 5` d { JWis ow "mm VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECE:MBiER 2, g81W. , mmma m• u u am a •us. •• Ime JETHIRO' STOVE POLISH. yo" S HRE drowsy sun of an he c A ugunt afternoon dowi shone upon hill and big SA valley, tingeing the but' A long swathsof cradled Jei oats on the hillside thins with a bright yellow, Ike i Smgleaming brightly Je from the stender bing leaves of the maturing corn and resting stove on the long, dusty road with a some- comJ what dreamy glow that seemed to in- turn vite repose in the shade. ered On the porch of the country store at of I the "C'enter" sat two old and gray- I bearded men. Around a bend in the caid road beyond a third old and gray-beard- thou ed man had just come into sight. to tr '"IHe's a-comin'," said Isaac. A g "So he is," said I'riah. bo The twoold men turned in their chairs to watch the other's approach. As he sent drew near they could see that he car ried some round and shining object in his his hand and t...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 28 December 1895

.pgSuIWK EVERY SATURDAY AT the De LAKE POVWIDECE. LA adopte (tion: JAMbS N. TURNWR. Res. S .ubther awd Proprietor. allegir etipes BmICRIPTTION : ass0 PIER TEAR. rule o people Saturday, - December 28, 1895. , can pride UD IOC TITIC nto hones For Governor, agemi MitplIY JOSTER, evidei RPiY J. STERit , Of St. Mary. its ie For Licntenat.-Governor, ROBT. II. SNYDEIl, itp o Of Tensas. publi levee For Attorney General. its IITON J. CUNNINGitAM. prom Of Natchitoches. ontf taime For Secretary, of State, affair JOHN T. MIGCIIElI crati Of Orleaus. t For Auditor, floati W. W. hEARD, outst inent Of Union. their for Treasurer, provi A. V. FOURNET, Of St. Martin. pubi For Superintendent of Public Educa-te e tion, petu J. V. CALHOUN, and Of Orleans. cipa Corn Dietrict Ticket. ed ii For Senator, 25th Senatorial District, toar W. M. Murphy. wary For Judge, 7th Judicial District, tin F. F. Montgomery, Stat For District Attorney 7th Judicial H District, heat W. S. Holmes. last suff Parish icket. pee do...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 28 December 1895

THE BAT.E4ll DEl8CRAT, - -: Graduate C~ olege of Dta i tgery. CfI hours. 8 to 1:80.3 L . Over Cassell's Drug Store. Vicksburg, Mits, m 0. S. WYLY, we .A.ttorzey at Ltaw. . Lake Providence, La. in Practics In State and Federal Courts. Art CLIFTON F. DAVIS, E. .Attrey er at Ilaw, d " Lake Providence, La. hi At Judge Montgomery's law office. Ru to W. D. SELL, be Burgeon and Practicing Pyslelar. au (Obtetneri a specialty.) M Will respond to all calls, day ornmght. O Mfie at Bernard drug store. iesidence m next to Metodist Chure Payment for medical services must be made at the close of each month Li positively, Local and Parish News. he Now for pledges for 1896. White took the blue ribbon for the f holiday basiness. Cotton futures took a tumble of twenty-five points. Has that bridge been repaired out tb at Mrs. McKee's residence ? P1 Mr. Seghers' house in New Provi- en deuce will be a pretty home. Je A few drunks in town, among the V hobos and tin-horn negroes. Be How many whiskey hous...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 28 December 1895

To Ole 144y 5eaeeai. ' lnaenths of the women of the world are amicted with some of the complaints familiarly known as "Female Diseases" or "Womb Troubles." There is searcef a family but has an idolized daughter, a chef. Labed sister, or a dearly loved mother who suffers agonies that are endured in silence to protect her modesty. Proper treatment is postponed from month to month by dread of a physician's humiliating examination, or surgeon's knife. Most of these dangerous diseases can bosuccessfullytreated athome, but there is wide-spread ignorance among even the most intelligent classes of women regarding their natural functions and organs of generation, owing to so little in formation having been published in regard to this subject and a modesty that shnrnks from investigating such a disagreeable mat ter. The Wine of Cardul treatment of fo male diseases cures thousands of cases of this kind of troubles every year. It can be used successfully in theprivacyof the home and is cheap a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 January 1896

my manner aamean s~L VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1898. - I a.itu,.a*~ THAT BLESSED PUDGY IDOL. del The creature was a baby. and I imagine may be the youngster was gi Bald-headed, just because it was so wise; vei It had a glance jIdicia:l. seeemed to scorn he things superficial, and retacarnate Socrntes looked gravely from its eyer. it had to safter kisses from demonstrative he young misses, it was cuddled, by Hugged and rumpled in the most regardless ( way, And I think the little wizard in its very inmost gizzard was an Inclined to look with scorn upon such gush ing things as they. It would sometimes deign to frolic, be at sea- hi sons melon-colic, would be Entwine itself in bow-knots without reason It or commealn. li And the way it crowed and cackled with its high-C voice unshackled, Was a living exposition to the roosters of T1 the land. aN Its provender was various, its appetite preca rious. its way of Tucking things inside a myste...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 January 1896

Vit AT A? dlgIN9bVieotlseE. LA. IAmUas X. T mNAfER Paitalbwr .rn Prgevrete. sOW - N : $10 PW TEAR. ::* rdr*, Januaruy 4, 1896. Por Governor, * URPHIY J. POSTER, Of St. Mary. For Lleuteuant-Governor, ROBT. H. SNYDER, Of Tenasa t For Attorney Geueraf. IILTON J. CUNNINGHAM, Of Natcbioches. e For Secretary of State, t t JOIN 1. MICIIEL, Of Orleans. ii For Auditor, W. W. IEARD, P Of Union. C For Treasurer, b A. V. FOURNET, it Of St. Martui. b fI Superlatendent of Public Educa- ci tion, tl J. V. CALHOUN, Of Orleans. he Distriot_ Ticket. ator, 36th Senatorial District, W. M. Murphy. f Judge, 7th Judicial District, of '{. F. F. Montgomery, hi trict Attorney 7th Judicial District, t W. S. Holmes. be de For Representative, C. S. Wyly. a m; For Sheriff, of J. W. Dunn. of the -Clerk 7th District Court, !in J. D. Tompkins. su $or Coroner, po W. E. Lang. fai Wbr PolIeVJCaory, t h .....b..B obt Nicholson, in ............ H. G. Graham, . ............. Phil MrGuire, crc ............. P. D. Quays...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 January 1896

THE- Ml ,i IM lillA)1 my, . January 4, 189. a . G. Ta.LXAN Oraate e. ldl rq College of Dental rgery. Clie C ,ors, 8 to 1:80-S to a Vet /CeselPs Drug 8tore, Vicksburg, Mies. 0. 8. WTYT, tti mearzey at Law. Lake Providence, La. -I Stat d Fedral Ca is. ,ZIBTORN F. DAVIS, torney at TLaW, Lake Providence, La. t Judge Montgomery's law office. W. D. DELL, Surgeon and Praeticing Pyslelan. (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day or night. see at Bernard drug store. Residence next to Metodist Chure Payment for medical services must * made at the close of each month ootively, Local and Parish News. Now for another crop. ' White's business still keeps up. We wish all a bounteous 1896. Some of the boys have sworn off. We are in '98, and don't forget it. The hog ordinance should be en borced. Don't forget to date your corres pondence 1896. School opened up on Monday with slim attendance. Business seems to be a little dull r the holidays. Everybody go to work with a will .o succe...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 January 1896

fgW COATrr'ANoA LAOs fATOr T. GO* of the Largest lat he womaI-Wla of Cardal Has ma Immase sale. The Immense new laboratory of the Chat tanooga Medicine Compmsal was commenced at Chattanooga, Tenn., Nor. t'h. Nearly an acre of floor space is now used in maeking McElree's Wine of Carde and Theiford's Black-Draught, but this new annex doubles the capacity of the plant. This business has become one of the largest in the coun try and now sends its leading product, Wine of Carduh to every part of the world. A branch oflce bas been established at Bt. Louis for the Nlorthwestern trade. Jnrxv-"Timmy Orogan is talkin' of gittin' him a bicycle." MLkie-"Him? Be ain't got de price for do wind wot goes in e tires."-Tl-Bits. A Hearty Weleome To returning peace by day and tranquillity at aght is extended by the rheumatic patient who owes these blessings to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Don't delay the use of this fine anodyne for pain and purifier of the blood an instant beyond the point when the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 January 1896

VLM V. PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PAR-ISH, LA., SATUDY, JANA--1,- _ VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., .SATUrRDAY, JANUAR U, .+++,,++++;++. - 8COHOOLBOY ORACLE, CanACraes: Bertie 8tanmare (2r). I41 'hrquhar (10). Scsxs: The lawn at The Cottage, War grave, near the lending stage. Timx: The present: 8JO. anm. ElRTIE (yawn ing on the lawn, In irre proachable flannels) -I wonder if she's as tired as I am this morning? There's a physique for you! Dancing till past two o'clock, and, by Jove, can't she dance! I wanted to talk about sylphs and all the rest, but she was so awfully pretty 1 couldn't think of anything to say. And, after all, she's ready for the river before half-past eight the next morn Ing. (Throws himself on the grass ltnder a tree.) At least she said she would be; if she turns up in half an hour I shall think her the essence of punctuality. (Drowsily.) Quite right, too! I hate a punctual woman, she is always so deuced superior, understands Bradshaw and ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 January 1896

ATUTtRDAY AT VINOC. LA. JA.MB N. TUl5ER1. Mabuher and Proprietor. eUtIORIOPTON : S 00 PER TEAIL Saturday, - January 11, 1896. bl· For Governor, MURPIIY J. FOSTER, Of St. Mary. For Lieutenant-Governor, ROBT. II. SNYDER, Of Teusas. . For Attorney General. MIILTON J. CUNNINGHAM, Of Natchitoebes. For Secretary of State, JOHIN T. MICIJEL, Of Orleans. For Audisor, W. W. IHEARD), Of Union. For Treasurer, A. V. FOURNET, Of St. Martin. For Superintendent of Public Educa tion, J. V. CALHOUN, Of Orleans. District Ticket. For Senator, 25th Senatorial District, W. M. Murphy. For Judge, 7th Judicial District, F. F. Montgomery, For District Attorney 7th Judicial District, W. S. Holmes. Parih Ticket. For Representative, - C. S. Wyly. For Sheriff, J. W. Dunn. For Clerk 7th District Court, J. D. Tompkins. For Coroner, ` W. E. Long. For Police Jury, ...rd.............Robt Nicholson, S . ............ H. H. GrAtham. s '* a *, ...... ........Phil McGuire, IL.th . ................P. D. Quays. .th ". .......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 January 1896

THE BANIER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, , January 11, 1886. a Da. sL G. TZeLLah., Dentist. Graduate Baltimore College of Dental -rgery. Cbee hours, 8 to 1:80--8 to 0. bter Cassell's Drug Store, Vicksburg, Miss. E I 0. s. S. WY.Y, 1 A.ttoiteyr at "Isaw. Lake Providence, La. Practices In State and Federal Courts. CLIFTON F. DAVIS, Attlorrey at L"a,w, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Pysicvan. (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day or night. Oflice at Beronard drug store. Residence next to Metodist Chure e Payment for medical services must t be made at the close of each month positively. Local and Parish News. Every store on Levee street is occu- r pied. a Court started on time on Monday ( morning. There is very little cotton left for the a packets. We learn that there is not a vacant dwelling in town. Mr. J.. G. Oldfield went to Memphis on the Savannah. The show windows down at White's are nicely arranged. Court brought...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 January 1896

ales Wttarses Thr er are kaves now and then met with who represeat certain local bitters and pois onous stimuli as identical with or poeseaing properties akin to tbhoeof Hostetter's teon ich Bitters. These scamps only succeed In foistin their trashy compounds upon peo ple unacquainted with the reunei article, h is as much their oppoite as day is to nlfht. Ask and take no substitute for the grand remedy for malaria, dyspepesia, con stipation, rheumatism and kidney trouble. A Rtoer To Mazs Ir.-"She makes a lot of talk." "Well, she is from Boston, the oradleof the language."-Detroit Tribune. Hopeless, tbs doctor sad- Iatimate triends onasid wed my ease, I was so weak and ex bausted. I decided to take Hood's Baresa ysrlls and soon began to improve. After I had taken ten bottles I was entirely cured and have ever since been free from all ills peculiar to my sex. I confidently recom enend Hood's Sarsapaerlla." Mas. H. L. Lasn, Meredosi, Illinois. Remember iHood's Sarsaparilla Is the only ...

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