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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 May 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE HIGHLAND VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., .MAY 20, 1890. NO. 25 ROYAL RANGER RALPH;. The Waif of (lie Western Prairies. BY# WELDON J. COBB. ClI.xi'TKR XXI?Continue**.. "They will bood begin ;i now mode of attack," sad the hermit, "but what we cannot tell until they b"gin operations." This tho savages *li*l an hour lat'-r. Darkness had come down over the ra? vine, but the hermit stood at the win? dow, and his k?on eyos were fixed *>n tho dim scene below. "] understand their plans now," ho paid at last "Whal are thoy?" asked the scout '?'rhey are trying to scale the cliff." '?lt is almost perjcndlcular." "Still, under the cover of thr, dark? ness they hope to rea* lt us." "They wi I nob " , "Nd. One thin-* has prevented tho Success of their ontorpr se." -And that is-? ''Their discovery," replied tho old her? mit, grimly. As ho slink.'. Wa'fi.rd went to a cor? ner of tho rabin. He lowered some ob Jcct by a rope from the window of tho cabin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 May 1896

i. n i s>n^ia-M..I.<r ii ri -'? li.i..i -.. jtllGHLAND RECOKDEK. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued evea-v Fiidav trcniiisby "W*. H_ IVE .A-TliETsr"*^*, ' -=ircn JL****fS -aP'ars--z.'=i-^rr-i. od -* the Monterey postofl-ce as -? -omi cla-s matter. Jlonter- , Va., Friday, May 20, '.SHS. The Virginia democratic associ? ation, of Washington, at ita last meeting unanimously adopted a resolution endorsing Senator Dan? iel of that State tor the Democrat? ic vice-Presidential nomination. [The Convention might easily nom? inate :i worse man than Senator Daniel. The recent cyclone at St. Loni', Mo. carries ont that old aphorism that ''coming events cnst thei** shad? ows lief**re !,hcin.M The citizens of Sst. Louis can now form some idea and be prepared for that great Re? publican political cvlone which will start at al! points of thc- compass and strike that city with great vio? lence ou .lune the IC. The republican House wa disgusted with a resolution offered for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 May 1896

i*-**.'**-:*-.'----".. iii* ii ?.ni ii on JIlGHLAND llECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. Good week for the hotels. Big attendance at court Tuesday. Mr. George Siple, of Green Balik, ye learn, is very ill. Mrs. C. K. Carpenter visited friends in town Tuesday. Mr. Chas. McNulty's school at McDowell closes this week. Mr. Jacob Hid?- of McDowell, spent Friday night in town. AV ANTED--.iy C. If. Ceo!;, Cleek's Mill, Va., 50 stock hogs. Miss Sadie Lightner spent Tues? day night with friends in Monte? rey. Mr. Wesley Hevener and wife, pf Hightown, malu us a pleasant p .11 Tuesday, Mr. Janies Judy, of Crabbottom, has gone to Staunton this week on a business trip. Mr. Sandy Stephenson, of Jack-j son's river, spent Monday andi Tuesday in Monterey. Mr. J qb Echard and daughter, pf Vanderpool, spent Sunday witt) friends in Pendleton county. Mr. Chas. Bird and daughter, Miss Sallie, were guests of Capt. Matheny a portioa of the week. Don't sell your wool for nothing, hut have it carded at the Franklin Woolen M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 May 1896

Ari Aged Jcwecs. A Jewess mimed Caroline Levy, now In the Bethnal ('reen infirmary, proves In a curious way that she is 110 years oki. She waa born in 1780, and since 1&48 has drawn a pension from Baron? ess ".'"thschild's aged widows' charity fund, which ls strictly confined to widows over 00 years of age. Be? fore frranlint* pensions the trustees make careful investigations as to the nge of the applicants, and on their books it ls shown that Mrs. Levy prov? ed to their satisfaction that she waa 82 years old forty-eight years ago. When Nature Needs assistance it may be best to render it promptly, but ono should remember to uso even tho most perfect remedies only when ncedod. The best and moBt simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California FU- Svrup Company. No man ever criticises his wife's cooking until they have been married some time. To convince a fool against his will ls on a pax with arguing with a mule not to kick. Heart DUeaM Relie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 June 1896

INTENTIONAL SECONO EXPOSURE X' I VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 5, 1891!. NO. 2*1 4 ROYAL RANGER RALPH; Tlie Waif of tlie Western Prairies. DY WELDON J. COBD. f IIA1TE1?, XXIII- Continued. Darn*: poized t' c bandit's arm and forced him through tho doorway. Des? pard mado no resistance n; Brown snatched his revolver from his heit Standing In tho darkn si noar thc door was a queer-looking vehicle with a roar grated door. "(.et in," ordered the Sheriff, sternly, "What am 1 arr.? tod for?" demanded Des; ar*!. "Ne er mind; if you don't want to bo lynchod you oboy orders " "This 1- an od treasure wagon, and stout and secure," -a:d Brown to Darrel. "There is a driver?" "Yes." "And li" lias orders to proceod ti Miners* Gulch?" "Exactly Hero ls thc fc'-y io tho ve? hicle, (iriiii with ymir prisoner, and leave before tho m'n-rs know of tho capture.n "There was an accomplice of this man. " "Whero is li ?'."? "Escaped." "1*11 tiy and find him. Drive ahead." I*arrel sprang into th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 June 1896

BECOKJ>EK ^a Year in Advance. crT F iv CTeningbj IS. iv>r/.-rt,^::Ei*TY, "**dito**j ^.r *"?-'"--iixr^-. ?a at too Xl lereaf postolflce as second .-ia.--, matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, June 5, 1896. Secretary Carlisle lost no tune in paying the sugar bounties in ac? cordance with a decision of tlie 5uprcn.e Court handed down la*>i, *?veek. The stager makers who will share in the $5,000,000 appropriat? ed by Congress will get about 85s < per cent, of their thurn, and it is ex? pected that the money will all be, i>aid before 'A.e first of July. Xhe man .vho tried to start a i're.sMe.n i. boom fer ex-Speaker * [.Crisp, overlooked quite an obstacle; , Mr. -..as bom ai Sheffield, England. That Mr. Crisp is an American all the way j-hrough, and Unit his parents were Americans temporarily in England at the time ?j of his birth, is all true; but all the same his being born there will pre . vent his name ever adorning a Presidential tick...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 June 1896

? T auSTrriTSPrT******^^ ^,'*.*.ild.f-,,rm}f: ,'i-^nrs"-?-*~-..' ? LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Jonas Cojaw was in town a short while Tuesday. WANTED-By C. H. Cleek, C leek's Mill, Va., 50 stock hogs. Mr -Mack Sieg, of Hightown Neighborhood, was over Tuepdaj'. James Fleisher and daughter, .Miss Abbie, of Meadow Dale, were in town Monday. Mr. Lee Hiner, of Doe Hil neigh? borhood, we noticed in town Mon? day. J. L Shumate, Esq., of Bullpas ?ture, was in towu Tuesday on bus? iness. Haye your roofs painted with graphite paint. Arbogast and Sla? ven use it. Mr. A. S. T. Davis and family, of McDowell, were in town, Tues? day, trading. Arbogast and Slaven will paint y( ur roofs and warrant tjie work i'or five years. Mr. Tate Hiner is home for a short while from the West Virgin? ia lumber camps. Jj. J. Sively and sister, Miss Jer? rine Deiver, of Mill Gap, were in Monterey lust Saturday Don't sell your wool for nothing, but have it carded at the Franklin Woolen Mills. m22-3 C'Mrs. Robert Dickenson, with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 June 1896

Conltln't Bo True. Wbeo Sir Robert Walpole retired into private life, time hung heavy on hm hands, and Horace excited himself to amuse his father. One day he offered to read to him. "What will you read, child?" asked Slr Robert, wearily. Horace suggested ,- History. "No. no," replied the veteran states? man; "not history, Horace; that can't be true." - ??*?? Some barber is losh.g the chance to make a great hit by not inventing a Fnderewski Hair Tonic. . Out-Door Sports. Tho hardy, strong, athletics m-in, alto* months of outdoor life and sports, feels till the better, although he may have suffered as mauy do, from serious sprains aud bruises. If sports were slopped on that account, we would have no moro of the great basebrtl) games, sports of field and turf, of our and gun, of rod and racquet, but all sportsm?'D and athletes take sprains and bruises as an accompaniameut with composure, because they know how easy and certain it is to use Bt. Jacobs Oil and get nd of permanently the wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 June 1896

INTENTIONAL SECONO EXPOSURE 1 HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 12, 1896. NO. 27 ROYAL RANGER RALPH; ??-1 oa I?? Tlie Waif of Ik Western Prairies, DY WELDON J. COBB. ( llAI'TKl* WV Continued. Tho Indian prln ess had extinguished the light. Darrel stepped forward ; n 1 called her name She stepped Blowly Into view and peere 1 sinpl -lously Into his face. Then sho sk-i.o.1 his hand lin '?'I ho ran;', r's friend!" she erle I. -Yes ? "Then yon escaped from tho Crow, as my father promi-cd?" -I did Have you heard from the ian 'rr.''' -?Nn. Bul lu, is allvo and cn thc trail uf lii> enemies " "How du you know thi-?" -Thi' mountain hern.il says it must bo so, although I**- lia* mu been able to lind iiini." -ii was ho I saw with you a low un h ments since?*1 asked I .arrel. "Yes How (.mi"- thc ranger's friend bore?" Hr ic fly, I arrel Informed her of his a l\ ci) tu res -hi ?' la-t they met. Sho told lii;n of l?' nu at th.' cave when Dcs? pard had come ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 June 1896

Kil LAND RECOKDBR, Tenas, |U0 a Yeai -co. ucl ev.-.-. .? Frldav t vening bv ~~r. -h:. iviATKC-Riv-ir, . A.2TS *?^--J;-_:c;s?2?-^. ? '?' th re a? second clas3 matter, Hontc-^y. Va., Friary, June VI. F REE 51 LV HR CON VENTION. lo\ we give a brief report i ra;ic State Conven wiiich met at Staunton V*-(*k; A resolution recommending the .domination of Senator Daniel on national ticket passed. Dele? gates at large were chosen ti-; fol** fiows: S. K. II. -Morrison, Cotij man Swanson1 W, A. Jone3 and itor Daniel.? Alternates ? ilarge* W. Q, Harddway, Frank Hume, Qed. B. Keezel, Roger Greg? ory, W. B. Mcilwaine and James j*. ^larshall were chosen electors <iii large. Tha choice of a State chairman was 'eft willi the state committee. Tlie majority n adopted deprecates the "growing for a \ *'*'''?' I * rev* limited to the issiiies of an v ad painifj pposes a third tenn of the , tal of? fice. The financial plank is m -.1 ially as follows: "Weare for r-0;ind money?the soundest ths.t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 June 1896

%.,,.*, A,eoomi.*0im*ama HIGHLAND llECKODEU ~ LOCAL NEWS. Deering Mower-? are the lightest draft m.ta-ii in es sold. Jno. IV, Byrd, Esq., rf Mill Oap, was in town Saturday. Several Normalities went to their homes io spend Sn nd a j. Nv. John J. Kincaid, of Crabbot? tom, was in town Saturday. Hon. C. P. Jones is attending court afc Franklin thia week, Master Hubert Bishop, of Staun? ton, is visiting his uncle, Mr. V. 15. Hi-hop. Mr. J, A, Jones and daughter, Miss Mamie, were in town one thy this week. ? Jno. J. Hiner, Esq., of McDow? ell, made our town a visit one dav this week. Mrs, Pr. Whitelaw aud daugh? ter, Miss Mary, were in town shop? ping Wednesday. Mr. C. I). Newlsn, of Crabbot? tom, is helping tj build C. T, Fleisher's stable. Mrs. Ella A. Fleisher is taking a three weeks' visit with relatives in Pocahontas county. Miss Nannie Sterrett, of CrHb bottom, is visiting relatives in Hock bridge county. Profs. J. Luther SI;'.-pre and 0. A. Bird spent Sunday .-it the lat? ter's hom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 June 1896

irrb and Colds Relieved In 10 to 00 Minutes. ? .-..lort puff ot tho breutn through the iwer, supplied with ench lM>ttie of Dr. ..ncwV Catnrrhal Powder, diffuse* thi* Pow lei* ..vcr tin- FiirfHce of the nar-al iiHHSftKeH. ".*?itiIt-cs omi (leliKl.'ful to u-e. lt relieves in? ti,ut Iv .ind petmonently euros Cat tiri.. Hay I Fever,Cold**, Headache, Sore Throat, Ton [?sllit saud Denfaetra. If your ilriiKglst hadn't it in stock, ;i-k liitn to procure ii for you. All occasional drubbii*** docs a man good. t Pure Blood is cRscntinl to health. Now is tho ttmo to purify and enrich tho bloc., and ".avis qivo vigor aud vitality, by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla Tho One True Blool Purifier. All druBg-ifsts. $1. Hood's Pills cu? all Liver Ills. 25 cents. Hard Work Mining in Alaska. Few people realize the amount of money and labor necessary to get a Yukon claim lu such shape as to make lt highly profitable. Newcomers gaze in open-mouthed wonder when told of many claims that have paid $100...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 June 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. ix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 19, 1896. NO. 28. ROYAL RANGER RALPH; - ? ioa i ?? ? Thc Waif of tho Western Prairies, ry WELDON J. COBB. CHAPTER XXVI-Contlmie*.. It was fully two hours beforo tho bandit band reached tho ravine. Tho rain was now falling in torrents; the situation was a most gloomy and uncom? fortable ono. Boforo them ran the river, broad and deep, and with a swift cur? rent MHa! What is this?" Danton's words announced that he had found a canoo. It was quite large, and evidently belonged to tho Indians. Whero it lay thero wero marks on tin bank as if a second canoe had recently been t' ero. "Tho girl must havo cscapo 1 by way of tho river," mn ar ked Despard. ?Yen, and rhe had help." "How do you know that?" "There are tho footprints of two par? sons hero." "Ha!" "Both small and apraront'y those of women " "Thon sho had a companion?" "Fndoub cdly. Ono of them wore moccasins." "An Indian?" "Tho Modoc princess." "I m poss! bl"!" ?It must ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 June 1896

!?! . ? ? li [IC tf J^AJm J&ECGuKDEK. ?! Ttrtee, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued creiv Friday trei.lng b'v "VV- H- IS&A.T&IIIZISI'Y, 'rois -?a.iTi3 jr*Tjraai-x--HttX-j I ai the Monterey postoHue as? ?second class natter. tere/, Va., Friday, June 19, 1896. ?retary Olney |;ave a having, h. Delgado and his father, nat |ized Americ&YTciti/ens. on their )an plantation, and for personal* raiment of themselves by banish soldier*., and promised to do 'hat he could fqr them. Vice President Stevenson has his season broker, the record in the taking uf addrssses af, College >ui men cements, aad he is still at Uo left Washington Monday Tuscaloosa, Ala., where he will ddress the students of the Univer-. 'y qt Alabama, Representative 1-ankhead vent with him. Secretary Carlisle was the first fitness in thc bond investigation 'hick was on Monday begun by a rfiomtnittee of the Senate com jrtittee on finance, lt is uncertain. lt this time hew ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 June 1896

Highland Recroder LOCAL NEWS. Call in and see us next Tuesday (court-day). Mr. Otho Gum, of Meadow Dale, was in town Monday.. * Mr. James Gillespie paid our town a visit last Saturday. Mrs. Bettie Bird, of Hightown, is visiting relatives af Doe Hill. J. Lunsford, Esq., arid1 wife, of Wier, spent Monday in Monterey. Messrs. Sipe and Ferrote are do? ing some paiating m Crabbottom. ' Mr. A. T. Stephenson and wife and son, Sandy, were in town last Friday. I Mr. Jonas Wilfong, cf High towD. called to see us wki^o in town last Friday. ' Mr. Andrew Revercomb, deputy treasurer, of Bull Pasture, was iii town Monday. Master John Zirkle returned last Friday from a visit to his parents fir New Market. Mr. Rog. Williams, of Back Creek, brought a nice lot of wool to town Saturday,. Mr. Ernest Hansel and Miss Bes? sie Jones were visiting friends in .Monterey Tuesday. W. Price Campbell and Charles Williams, of Valley Center, were in town last friday on business. ? Mr. FraiiK Wilson has secured a po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 June 1896

catarrh and Colds Relieved In 10 to 60 Mliiutcs. One short puff of the breath 1 bron sh the Blower, supplied with each bottle of Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder, <lifTuv-e? this Pow Oar over the surface of the nasal trnxsaKi'M. rainless and delightful to use. lt relieves in? stantly and permanently cures Cat.rrh, Hay *eyer, Colds, Headache. Sore Throat, Ton euitisand Diiifnt-s-s. If your <.rum'i.<t hadn't ?t lu stock, a>k him to procure it for you. . What a pity it ls that the quiet man has so ft-*w Imitators. Won taorful, exclaimed a drugKist, how the people stick to Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thf*y all want Hood's Sarsaparilla Tho One True Blood Purifier. AUdruiRi-ts. $b Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. Scents. "Say You Forgive Mo!" A story ls told by the Independent about the late Rev. William M. Taylor, of New York, which illustrates how heartily he obeyed thc Master's words, "Be reconciled to thy brother." It is well known thnt ho was a thor?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 June 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, JUNK 26, 1890. NO. 29 .-a THE NEWS. A train near Kendal'svllle, Ind., bioko Id two, an-i two shopmen Bam C. Henderson and ii. I. > ili'-r. ol Furl Wayne woro run over and kil VJ, \ windstorm in Repub? lic City, N I'., did much damage and result il in iho los-*} ol lit" Unknown tramps and killed John Fuul r*i 1 Jacob Hayes, . I Wyooda.?, Mina. -William 8 hann -r, i I st. Paul, Minn., shot at but missjd his wif**, killin'.' bis* tw* ar-ol I son. Ho thea shot himself. An Imposing monu? ment has 1.n erected in Boston to the in Boyle 0'l.eiily. -Deputy Bherlff Uoberl Short while gunning near Ceredo, W. Va . a< cl (entally Bhot hlmsuK Judges Grant nnd Goff, o! the United Hta'.i s Court in Parkersburg, decided against the Boston syndicate which claimed a large tract In West Virginia George Huber, aged sixty years; Frederick Huber, bis son, aged thirty-two years, and Harry Hentelei were killed at n gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 June 1896

- ?*?****-.' EHteakHr B^coillJrEir. W*** 9pa rs Ye:.- .'ti Advance, ed ererv I*i;duv ever,:.. 2 by e:_ isa: p-.xxh*ji^t"s*", "*0-}*e jSV-aSi-O TF-r-T-.-r- s-r=T T Bft iLe Monterey postoWre a? second, class matter. Va., Friday, June CC, 185C. m rn j*or Stewart; of Nevada, who hirst oue of the Teller boom* if the democr.its won't tWer they eau still get-the *mei.t0f the populist urn! tics by nominating ex fessman Sibley, cl Ptmnsylva Wonder-if it or ct:rs to any of [gentlemen that; the denio liglit like io make their own Illation fer the Presidency? fnatoi u,tl -nc, a true prophet, he said ;.ust bc tor? tho ad-1 |nment-cf Congress th..t chere ^>e nor ? tariff- legislation by fifty-fourth cr fifty-fifth lflress, although it was not so iparent then as it has been since ie formal withd/awd f:om the re Iblican party- of four Senators?. Mer, Cannon, Dubois and Petti-* >w. P'fsjftig the session of Con iDsed, the republican yoi having a majority i. these withdrawals mak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 June 1896

. ' I il r~r?*? lim ii r??iB^?^r-lf?r*a-??#??^?s>t>t'M "HlGHtAND ItECKODEK ~LO?AL NEWS. Chas. Kc.Cinuc and sister, Mic's Enima are in town today. W. H. Andrews spent this week at the Cunningham House. Mr. Charles Slaven and wife are visiting friends in town today Mr. Andrew Revercomb, spent 5wo or three days iii town this week Rev. Dobbs, of McDowell, paid ow town a couple of visits tins *.Veek. Mr. Tom Zirkle, of Staunton, was at the Cunningham House Wednesday. Mr. Joseph M. Siron, of McDow? ell neighb rhood, called around to see us Tuesday. Dr. II. H. Jones and Mr. Harry Wilson attended the meeting of the Supervisors Monday. Mr. E. W. Anmstrongand fami ?V, ot Meadow Dale, visited relatives j in Monterey yesterday. Mjr. Lesl ey Bussard. of Bolar, is helping with the carpenter work on L. S. Dickensons house. Luther Bird, wbo has been lum? bering at Davis, West Virginia, is at home fora few days. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Sterrett, of Crabbottom, spent a short while in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 June 1896

"-Catarrh sad Coldr. Believed In 10 to 60 Minute*.. One sbort puff of the brenth through the Blower, s-ii-picd with encl, bottle of I'i. Agnew's C'lititrrbiil Powder, (llffufes this I ow der over tlie surfiico of tho ijh.-h1 i.assni'ea.. Painless mid delirfbtful to u?e. lt rel I eves ln Btantly and perm*rn-ntly cures Cat-rrn. Ha) Fever, Colds, Headache, Sore lhro.tt. ron bIIUih iuul DeMfnes*. If your drafcgwt bain t lt lu stock, ask kin. to procure ii for you. ' The black sheep is often the smartest of the flock. Econ? my?just think?ovory bottle of Hood's Sarsa? parilla contains 100 doses. This is true only ol Sarsaparilla The One True Bloo.l Purifier. All druggists. $1. Hood's Pills cure biliousness, headache. ? Milk for children's food should nl *ways be boiled. j Massage treatment with camphorated oil will provo beneficial in cases of rswollen or stiff knee joints. A mustard plaster, or flannels wrung out In hot water, constitute the sim? plest yet best remedy for crumps in the s...

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