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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

&'£F?iioLth* *'oo. Citarrt ei^a <w*J® h* — 28V J**>P o ®{no°d , "oany Sl ■•Mini S3 Siiiii VVICKERSHAM IN ERROR /INADEQUATE DEFENSE OF TAFT'8 TRUST POLICY. Economical Joth in Use and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER — And it doc® better work. Simply follow your customary method of preparation — add a little less of Calumet than when using ordi- nary baking powder. Then watch the result. Light, fluffy, and even- ly raised — the baking comes from the oven more tempting, tastier, more wholesome. Calumet insures the baking of an expert. Ask your grocer to-day. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, JpME position mm Yoa don 'l tare money when Jxxj buy cheap or tig-can baking powder. Don't ha misled. Ihnj Calumet. It's mom economical — more uiholewnis — gives heat resutti. Calumel h jar iu/mriot to lour milk and todtl. Decision In Northern Securities Case Affected Only Forms, Not Sub- stance, of Control. Attorney-General Wlckersham In out With a defense of tho Taft polic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

As—- 1 YELLOW ILETTER tiiMMB BY HflLlIAM JOHNSTON llluttratione 55555 BY L. BARNES 4AWU|bl 1U11, TliO Uobb«-Merrill Co* 8YN0P9I9. #CntAPTF.Tt T—Hardin* Kfnt **!!■ on 2<4>«ftiMv KarrtRh to proponn marriage an«l th« house In grrnt excitement over ■fc* attempted Hulrhle of her nlnter Kftth- y*y. Kent HtrutM an Invontigatlon and pw that Hugh CrunduiU, vuitor for Vatharinc, who hud been forbidden tlio fumm* by Oancritl Farrlvh, luid talked with *Alherin# ov# r the tflaphono Juwt before nhot herself. A torn piece of yellow ••per I* found, at night of Which <l«ri- •t t Farrlsh ia itrlcken with paralysis. CffArricrt IT-K^nt discovers that. C>*iw3n\i |«h left town hurriedly. An- Ktner, nn aged hanker, commits nhunt the «ame time ua Katharine «tf*mpf«>4A hor life. CfTAITKR ITT A yellow envelope la fbuncl In Klner'n room. Postofflce Inspec- tor OavJa. Kant's friend, tukaa up tha CHAPTER IV. Katharlns Speaks. If I had been alone I would have men* directly to the Farrish home. I ■...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

- * • *• , «v «• <-* -• ,v h " a*r •- .. * v' ' " 'w J5+ +fi • ■ .. - / .. r- r i-fp.s. s -Wv. i f ; '*.**1 * j . -i "^.ji&V> f ^ v ; v .'*• • Is v ' V •;!'•. Jk, ^ > l ' v ■. 5 ' ' * '•-. -• v ; J*y. * <#"- "V— •- '-/ 'i HI1 The Albany Livery Stable and Wagon Yard I am now the Manager of the above and if you desire anything in my line, please call on inc. In connection with the daily mail lines from Albany to Throckmorton. Woodson, Lusk and Fort Griffin, passengers, expressage and small freight will be carried at reasonable rates. 1 represent the Pierce-Fordyce Oil Co., and the best Oil, Gasoline and Naptha always on hand at the lowest rates. GOOD TEAMS WU.l. HE FURNISHED AND IVAGON YARD IN GOOD SHAPE $100 Reward, $100. The tpjwIith < f thH pnpi-r mill Ik plcvm-d to Imrn that there Is at Irual ouo Umulcil dim-asr that (Vicnn1 has b «t*n nbli* to niro In till It* Mtiwh, ami Unit h Catarrh. llall'H Catarrh Cure Ih the only poMllv"' curi' now known t*> tlio met U...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

- / • i I ■f!v^ The Telephone Road to Every Market Are you up on current dairy prices during the scarce season ? The farmer with a Bell Telephone is "wise" and he sells at the market's height. Why not share your telephone-con- nected neighbors ad- vantages. Apply to our nearest manager for information, or write INI SOUTHWfSTfRN IflfGRAPH and TfllPIIONI (0. DAI I AS, TEXAS. 5y<!u"ts TJ Cotton Day For the State Fair. The Texas State Fair asso- ciation has designated Tuesday, October 10, as cotton day. Ar- rangements will be made for ad- dresses on improved methods of cultivation, handling and mar- keting. The prosperity of the South depends upon cotton, and the degree of prosperity depends upon the profit in the production. It is hoped that this meeting will be well attended by all those interested or whose business is dependent or effected by good or bad crops, high or low prices. This will include the farmer, the merchant, banker, the railroads, the manufacturing industries, the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

m wagbtr H® UN v Hi J§ m fVA , lift- ■ Supplement to THE ALBANY NEWS Issued livery Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, - - - Publisher. ;•! .ten (1 at tho Post Office al Albany, Texan, uh Stiuond ('Iiiks Mail Matti-r. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. I'KID AY, OCTOBER /, lyi 2 VALUE Of THE FAIR. Pronounccd by All Greatest Builder of South wist. A PANORAMA OF TEX'.S. Ay icultmnl Displays From Every Section and Superb Livestock Exhi- bition Will Feature Coming Exposi- tion at Dallas, October 12-27. Ti-is ik presidential campaign year, lut the people of 'I'« s:is wild do tillnwrH lio Tint i < ill ll IK tll inS«'K« to poll t ica 1 iiim11<'rs. Tliev arc intcn sled in tin- in dustrial ami eomtnci'ial expansion < | tIn it siah-. I rain tin >tnmlpolnt ol iimh \ • N p, i| n sources Ti sas is a • r|. table Alonte I'listn ni w lilt h Todai Mh- outlook is l r ik 111«-1 for 'I ;|-c *1 • ■: n Mrr Ik fori III i's lirtoTN I11 i I • 11 *1 opi rations an | i«•.- • 1111111■« 'I on n lar-Jr-i .-. ..li ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 October 1912

RACING A fEATURF Greatest Horses In America ai State Fair This Fall. RICH PURSESAND STAKES Offerings For Trotters, Pacers and Runrvfrs This Year Aggregate $35,- 000—Remarkable Performances As- sured in Each Event. hill ing ill rourhc will he oih of main «rid rf<rituu* nt fi-alUD* of tn-y tvn-iiiy-s* virrith minimi nu'linj-' of tftt? Stair Kair at Dallas, Oitouer 1« OmoImt -7. In running, trotting i*nii pn«in;., r\ < nls this fall tin- ma<win«'iTH*ni will uiMiihiii' yar.,000. Tin r ■ aiv six bin hariH ss «• v # r Ik four for $i!f 00 • < !i and two lor $Mm>0 each. The vi* art- i ho rich* st oif« rinrs in tin; history "I ilu- Fair Association and will n-sult in a ra« iiik pit Kiam that will ho brilliant in every rcsp« « t. 'I'll- harn ss staUr events uf..; _:ii irot, "i'lnunhcr of Co:nin< 11 «•" purse, $aOUU; -4 trot, Ai nisiroii(.' I'aoKiiiK t'oinpan.' s "Plover '1'iot," J:0!> trot, "I'upi.a'ii Syd ricj Smith" purs* , $i.T 00; : 11 pace, oriental A. Ailolphiih 11 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

"'' | , "VIS' J Judicious adverti - i K han made a suc- c< km of many hu ii- ih'ks f.nterpriKc;8 ti'y it for yourown. Tho circulation of Thi* Nowh ih not world witlc, but wo reach the iieoplo of a larjce territory. Nothing addu mote to the tone of any business than the use of nice, neatly printed atetionarjr. The New* ia pre- ared to do thia printing on and at pared kind of. short notice reasonable price#. Vol. XXIX, No. 18 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912 1482 1883 .f Webb & Hill 1912 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law—L. H. HILL, Notary Public Law, Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting and Insurance Agents. ...THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS... Law II'e attend to all kinds of liti- gation, draw wills, /It cils, and all kinds o f legal instruments. Notary Public m office. Give ns your legal business. Real Estate and Live Stock lie sell all kinds of teal estate and live stock ami we spare no expense to find buyers for you. List your property with us for sale Loans We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

ft & <331 vt -'•' fe' i ■ V * WjkM FOR State Fair of Texas at DALLAS, Oct. 12th to 27th THL texas central will sell round trip rates from Albany as follows: Class A $6.70, class C $3.80 Class A tickets on sale daily October nth to 27th, limited to October 28th for return. Class C tickets on sale for trains reaching Dallas morning of Sunday, October 13th, 20th, and 27th, limited to one day. matic conditions is bound to be the best, and the sooner we find what that method is, the better for us. We see no reason why the so-called dry farming meth- ods should not succeed in west Texas, if applied properly. Night trains will make direct connec= tion at Waco in both directions, with M. k. & T. Dallas Fair Special, arriving at Dallas 11:15 a. m., return leaving Dallas 5:50 p. m. Through tourist sleepers on night trains both going and returning from Dallas. W. 1:. Seifer, G. P. A., Waco, Texas. !- The National. State, and Coun- ty election is near at hand, j Tuesday, November 5th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

1.1 m mam mm AN AWFUL HANDICAP. WHY DOESN'T HE TELL WHAT HE KNOWS CONCERNING THE ARCHBOLD CHARGES? LOOKS DARK FOR ROOSEVELT Assuming the Standard Oil Man Told the Truth, All Others Concerned Are Involved In What Wa a Na- tional Disgrace. Where Is Cortelyou and what has ho to Bay regarding tint Arch bold charges? Alone of tlio living partlct- jiantH In that famous deal, ho Iuih kept silent. Yet It was to him that Mr. Illlss reported, and to hlui that HooBuvelt "appealed" In his letters and telegram. Ho knows and should tell whether Arch bold has concocted this story In order to cast, discredit upon KooRevelt and tho Progressive campaign or Is reciting facts. Ills apparent unwillingness to say any- thing on this case Is certainly an Alarming phase of the situation. It can bo construed In either way, for or against Roosevelt. Cortelyou's loyalty to his old friend and patron may make him reluctant to expose that friend. On the other hand, be Is now president of the Now York Gas company,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

• • Si™| . - V-yfe>-. 0& HK ALBANY NEW5 PAUL BAKEH, Publisher AI-.HAN Y TIOXAS ATHLETES, OLD AND NEW. The athlete who 1b gone 1h like tho ■ong that was sung before the days of the phonographs—a memory only. Records tell the height of a Jump or the time of a hundred-yard dash; but there Is no way of recording that grimmer prowess of the wrestling mat, tho football field, the prize ring. Even records are of a matter of yesterday, •o to speak, says the Chicago Journal. Our ancestors of a few generations back did not hold stop watches, nor carry around rulers and notebooks. So It comes, that there 1b no way of nettling the ever-recurring question of the physical advance or deteriora- tion of the race. No way of settling It with certitude. Hut there Is some facts which point a probable verdict. At a pageant some years ago In Eng- land, It was thought that the spirit of tho middle ages would bo better reproduced If the knights wore real armor. Those picked to represent the knights ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

■ m a:v ■' -r. '.. .v ~r " ■ &r! •4- v I SIX PEOPLE KILLED- cotton crop B9.i per ct. CAR HITS AN AUTO accident occurs on interur- ban near arlington. five lived at palmer, tex. 8. B. Cornelius, His Wife, Her Sister and Three Children Are. Dead. Arlington, Toxur: Oct. 7.—Six peo- ple were killed Just west of her Hun- flay night lit 8 o'clock when u weat- bound DullaH-Kort Worth liiterurbuu car hit uit automobile on u grade crossing where them is a curve. All tho victims were occupants of the au- to. The dead: S. 11. Cornelius, of 1'almer, Texas, Mrs. Cornelius, Miss Ithodes of Teaguo, sister of Mrs. Cor- nelius; Miss Rhodes of Teaglie, sis- ter of Mrs. Cornelius; three Cornelius Children, two girls and a boy. One h child of Mr. and Mft . Cornelius, others their niece and nephew. The car struck the auto broadside and smashed the machine to pieces, and all the bodies of the auto's oc- cupants, except that of Cornelius, were badly mutilated and cam-led for some distance along the tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

4-wr-uu. « SISSR 10111 FIND Blon a Result of Expert In- vestigation. One of the Feathered Tribe Forks Harm—Barn Owl Has Al- most Exclusive Diet of Rats and Mice. ftudilngton.—Tho whole owl family likewise been arraigned by tho ;lcal survey court, rigorously nml finally discharged with tho ptton of a single Individual. Tho ; horned owl of tho forest Is In real- on outlaw. He Bits In tho depth the forest and broods. 111b win- em and hlB brooding have caused him become unduly melancholy and ho grown vlndtctlvo aKainat hlfl rival ' tn wisdom, man. To avenge himself i fipon his rival,he makes haste to devaR- bin whatever chicken roosts may lie pi his pnth. ItecauBO of theBO depre- ciations undlscrlmlnntlng man, to tarhom nil owls looked alike, long ago M about, the annihilation of all these ^creatures of tho twilight, J Undo Sam's expert witnesses, have jtAken a great deal of pains In making tout an exhaustive case with reference |trj the owl. Tho habltR of the accused in this work. With...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

'0w ^ ? .-■aw *•** t p M m :l •« l I •• The Albany Livery Stable and Wagon Yard I am now the Manager of the above and if you desire anything in rny line, please call on me. In connection with the daily mail lines from Albany to Throckmorton, Woodson, Lu.sk and Pert Griffin, passengers, expressage and small freight will be carried at reasonable rates. 1 represent the Pierce-Kordyce Oil Co., and the best Oil, Gasoline and Uaptha always on hand at the lowest rates. GOOD TEA .VS IV/fJ. HIi FURNISHED AND IVAGON YARD IN GOOD SHAPE 71 Terry W. Wilie had business in j D. G. Humber and family were Albany Saturday. in town Tuesday. J. P. Vickers of Lueders was a visitor in Albany Saturday. E. S. Balliew and family were in town Saturday. W. E. Muse was in from the' , Ml\ an.d Stovall were Newcomb settlement Saturday. |sb°PPHig in A.o inv Tuesday. i ... 1T ,, n . . | W. S. .Jemeyson of Ft. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Robert busjtl0s., j,) Albany Saturday, were trading in Albany Saturday. \ We h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

W r ■••''•? v;i m '££¥ H"* •. * . n ™ < Mw u.'-'lii-iS# i !'■ • . ''jllfeiiC' IftMrtlt 98 '•■ im; -. VM*... . i: .t.> The Telephone Road to Every Market Are you up on current dairy prices during the scarce season ? The farirer with a Bell Telephone is "wise" and he sells at the market's height. Why not share your telephone-con- nected neighbors ad- vantages. Apply to our nearest manager for information, or write Hit SOUlHWESIfRN IflfORAPII and TELEPHONE CO. DAI1AS. IIXAS. W" the | ec-1 : 2:1-12; Epworth League Program. Oct. 13. Leader- Sol Freeman. Subject—A man sick of palsy; the relation between onomical and moral forces. Hymn. Prayer. Scripture reading: Mai Kings 2:10-22. Hymn. Remarks by Leader. Scripture references. Hymn. J The story of the healing of j the palsied man Cravens Sneed. i The relation the four friends] bear to his healing, and its sig- nificance Lorena Deats. Discuss the character of those who complained at the manner of the healing, etc., and its sig- nific...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 October 1912

tWi.; C[ fM ,s 5$ Supplement to IKE ALBANY NEWS \lhiiny. /< w/.v. Oitobcr //. kjij. ANNOUNCEMENTS lor District fu -'/it, /.'mi J/n/iciiil / Kstrict of Jc.uis: THOMAS L. IJLANTON For Kcprt'scntrttivc, 106th District: T. .1. liAUKKTT For ('inntlv /inlf^i : J. A. Is INC For Sheriff iintl 1'na Collector: W. M. HKJCS For County iintl District CLrl: It. S. (I )dl|>li) IJ IN' < I F r ( onnty . \ttorncy: L \\. CKEKN I or < onnty Treasurer: C. T. LATIMKK I' r ( on lit \ Surveyor: I'ltOCTOH K. CLARK K /■ r I ha ,lsstssor: I'. II. WILLIAMS For Commissioner, I'lccne/ AV. t: \Y. C. TIDWKLL li i ( o.nnr.w unci. Furmct W A ANDRKVVS icr I'nbiie ll'eio/l.r, I'net So l: .1 L. mccs to tlic memory of Mr. W. L. Nelson was submitted by the committee on resolutions; an<l rend before the Club by Miss Louise Kwing: Tribute to Mr. Watkins Leigh Nelson. It is a sad privilege to recant the virtues of those we love who have left us, of those who for years have stood in our lives, and the lives of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1912

♦4 Judicious ttdv«'rti«- i K Hhh rniuloa Htu- c«hh of many buni- n«HH cMiUsrprirti'H try il f< r your own. The circulation of Tho News i« not worl<l wulc, but wo rcnch the people of a lurtfc territory. Vol. XXIX, No. 19 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1912 1883 j. Webb & Hill Law II \ at lend to all hinds of liti- gation, dm,v wills, deeds, and all hinds of legal instruments. Notary Public in office. Give its your legal business. Real Estate and Live Stock II e sell all kinds of teal estate and lire stock and we spare no expense to find buyers for you. fist your property with us for sale. Albany, Texas District Court in Albany. I. E. Alien. Commissioner of Albany has been alive with , I'^cinct No 1, be authorized to . , h . .i ..'h i;,.,, t tuiu ,,.,.,>1^ 1 have the road opened around the 1 \ , ,tav\ people attending court this week. hiU /iri iUii um, ,?.linl week tor Graham, fexas, to ac- 1 cept a position as assistant cash- ier of the Beckham National Paul has held...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1912

FOR State Fair of Texas at DALLAS, Oct. 12th to 27th THE TEXAS CENTRAL will sell round trip rates from Albany as follows: Class A $6.70, class C $3.80 Class A tickets on sale daily October nth to 27th, limited to October 28th for return. Class C tickets on sale for trains reaching Dallas morning of Sunday, October 13th, 20th, and 27th, limited to one day. Night trains will make direct connec= tion at Waco in both directions, with M. K. & T. Dallas Fair Special, arriving at Dallas 11:15 a. m., return leaving Dallas 5:50 p. m. Through tourist sleepers on night trains both going and returning from Dallas. W. E. Seifer, G. P. A., Waco, Texas. drive out this alien nation of ori- entals into their rightful land, the orient. They were quick to perceive the advantage of strik- ing while the Italian troubles were claiming the Sultan's at- tention and have made a brave start for the attainment of their rig THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER. - - • Publisher. tintart-d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1912

mm 11 nj iMi >AjP>WI«>ILJ SBiSf ii' ii I iiin EXPRESS MESSENGER L I* > rA SENSATIONAL HOLDUP OF KAN- SAS CITY SOUTHERN TRAIN. ESCAPED WITHOUT ANY LOOT Robbery Declared to Be Outcome of Successful Plot In Which Of- ficers Are Duped. Fort Smith, Ark.: What la declared to tin tho most successful as well as tho most ki'iikiiiional plot, of its kind ever |>i i |i«*t rated in the Southwest. de- veloped an a. i«■ nti11 of the holdup of northbound Kansas ('it y Soulliern train No. L' between llatlleld and I'ot- tnr. in I'olk County, this State, Fri- day morning. WliiH a cordon of lifty heavily ;i''iui (| officers were <.iii11ou Iy watching the supposed "burial Vround" of tho gang of desperadoes who hold and rubbod northbound Kan- sas City Southern passenger train No. ■I on Tarby Prairie, throo miles nortli- oast. of I'otoau, Okla., a wook a;;o train No. 1! was being hold up. Acting upon the story furnished by ft man, who told Sheriff (ill.'trap of Jlasl..d| County, Okla., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1912

.* • -i.■..j THK ALBANY NtWS TRIAL OF GUN MAN I ROOSEVELT IS SHOT PAUL BAKER, Publisher ALBANY TEXAS Vacation over, the chaste of the elu jslve dollar Is resumed. A man may bo a weather prophet (and still pay his debts. AFTER ELECTION DAY WOULD BE SLAVER OF ROOSE- VELT ENTERS PLEA OF GUILTY. WHILE IN MILWAUKEE TWENTIETH CENTURY MAIL COLLECTING DELIVERS SPEECH WITH BULLET IN HIS BREAST. JBSkS?'- ; Soon It will be time to do the Christmas shopping early. 1 Chicago Is now worth $2,001,209,088, and not in watered stock, either. NO CAPSTAL PUNISHMENT MANUSCRIPT HIS SAVED LiFE Wisconsin Laws Do Not Provide for Death Penalty and Colonel's As- sailant Has Only Prison Fears. It Is a good railroad that manages to retain the respect of the blase va- j canonist. Cornell'* historic clubhouse vu de. stroyod by fire, but the college yoll wan saved. Another Invention needed la a non ■kid apparatus for women who get off the car backward. Everybody seems to be running for something or other—a train o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 18 October 1912

-5S BOY'S FACE A MASS OF SCABBY SORES Awful to Look At, Resinol Cured In Less Than Two Weeks. St. Louis, Mo—"At about 11 years of ago my face was covered with a mass of scabby sores, awful to look at, nnd my sleep was broken up by tho ln- tenso itching, and then aftor scratch- ing, the sores would pain mo just something awful. My mother got salves and soups to uso, but all to no purpose. A friend of mine who was Physical Director at the Y. M. C. A. at that time, told 1110 it. was a bad case, and would spread all over tho body if something wero not (lone. Ho gavo ino some Ileslnol Roap and Ilea- Hiol Ointment., and in less than two weeks 1 was ctirod, without leaving any marks or scars whatever." (Signed) Ernest Le Pique, Jr., 3021 Dickson. Realnnl Roup ami Ointment itop Itching Inatantly, and aulckljr h« ul ecmtitu, lashes, ringworm and facial eruptions, iifi well as soma, b' lIn, ulcer*, burn*, ®< uIiIn, wound*, and Itching, Inflamed and blcndlnu pi In*. Your dnu-nist recommcnd*...

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