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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1896

After Christmas, Clearing At Cost And -LnQSSa a ? ? All the left-overs are ready to-day at very little prices. They are as perfect as when they first stepped into the store, and it would be very unwise merchandising to carry them over to another season nd ask you to pay full price for them So here they go on the bargain table, and among these things are some of the biggest bar? gains you ever,saw. IN OUR Millinery Department We are offering our entire slock at less lhan cost. Trimmed Hats that were: $15.00 reduced to 12 00 9.00 8.50 8 00 7.50 G.00 5 00 4.00 0.00. 4.50. 4.25. 4.00. 3.50. 3.00. 2.50. 2.00. Jackets, Jackets, Jackets, At your own prices?look at these figures?compara the quality and you will admit they are way below their value. $17.50 Jacket now $12.50. 16.50 15.00 13.50 12.50 11.00 10.50 8.50 5.00 12.00. 10.00. 9.00. 8.50. 7.50. 7.00. ?.50. 3.50. Blankets Blankets. We have a small lot of about 25 pairs of all-wool Blankets, slightly soiled, atwcy below their actual val...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1896

One of those houses Ellis Brothers are selling so cheap and on such easy payments and think I aseone that would suit you, in fact, they have them to mi it any oue. How are the following ? Good 9 roo-n dwelling on Fonrth avenue n. > rice $350; $8 c*jh, balance S3 per month, f Good 7-room dwelling on Soventh avenue n. e. : 'rice $1,230; $30 cash, Balance $13.5U per month. i.Jf Desirable residence on Bi?hth avenue, s. w.. itno room3, all modern ImproTemcnts, good f aarn, bng<ry honse. Price $2,150; $160 cash, Dal mce $18 per month. Good 7-room resldenco oa Holiday street s. e , .*; largo lot Price $1,300; $"5 caih, balance $12 60 n per month. I Good 7-room dwelling on Tazewcll avenue, a. o. Price $1,000; $10 cash, $10 per month. Best 8-room house in Helm out and best location. Price $1,100; $100 cash, balance $13 60 oer month. Modern 7-room residence on Chapman arenac. West Bnd. Prlco $1 401); $30U cash, balance ou easy monthly payments. ?trlctly modern 0-room res...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1896

A CAR'S ESCAPADE. IT STARTED A NEW BREED OF CAT? TLE IN THE DELAWARE VALLEY. Co? Little's Dills end Ills Train Failed to An reo \<';:cn lie Itoached Port Jervla. Tho Ezulauation Offered Tor the Car's Strange Freak. "It isn't likely that there is r.ny of tho Coo Little breed of cattle left in tbe nppor Delaware valley," said a veteran railroad man, "becaose, by this time, thoir identity must have been^destroyed though mixture with other breeds. It doesn't matter, for there was nothing of purtioular note about that breed of cattle, except tho way they happened to bo introduced into that locality. "In those days live sfock transporta? tion wus ono of the Erie's big items of traffic. Trains half a mile long, loaded with horned cattle, horses, sheep and hogs, used to pass over the road two or thrco times a day. Such a thing is al? most a curiosity nowadays. Coo Little was conductor of one of these Block trains between Susquohanna and Port Jervis. He left Susquehauna one night,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1896

BEAT V4BJETJJ SUITS AMD In Profi&ion and at Prices Unheard of. $10 Suits now $7 $12 and $15 now $10 $15 Will Purchase Our $18, $20 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats. This is a bold stroke, but we must have cash. Hats, Shoes, Underwear, and all such things, go at half price. Don't be deceived by ethers. We have a reputation to sus? tain. ?THE? MEALS & BURKE ClothingJConjp^v 205 Henry St. TSE LEADING RESTAURANT IN ROANOKE, AND THE BEST IN AMUitlCA FOB TDK PKT.CB8. ill the Delicacies of the Season Served at reasonable prices. The Table Is always supplied ?with the best that is to be had In the markets. SERVICE FIRST-CUSS. "'\o only Restaurant in tbe city ?itT!*?i *epiit at i) Dlnlogltoom for Meal Tickets, 21 Meals., $4. - Monthly Hoard $15. c^Too-irrs. XDerLtlstx37\ \ Prlcea to correspond with I the tlnfes at DR. JNO. L. DQGGETT'S DENTAL ROOMS, ? EXCHANGE BUILDING. Full upper or under plates, S7.00. Partial plate, one or two teeth, 83.00 Gold fillings 81 and up. Si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1896

THE ROAN TIMES. ?VOt,. XIV.?No. 400 PRICE tUBEB CKM3. ROANOKE, VA., SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1896. ?UIX ASSOCIATED PRBflq TILIOKAHa. AM. TBE MEW8 OF THK WoXES. THM WBATHJOB. Ynreoaat for Virzin!?: Fair ami warmer; southerly wlnda. drifting Our Way, The Beat Work combined with the Best Material for a Reasonable Price la what aauses .orders for Roofing and Oornice Work to drift our way. Bo&note Roofing aatf Metal Cornice Co., Oenamerea St. and Franklin Hoad. J. B. OOLLINGWOOD, - - Manager. -'Rhone 828. COLD WINDS, CHAPPED HANDS "Nlani-Cura There'" a-connection hero that vou'll ills ?cover. Wu want yon to know our Mini I Car a. There's a some thing about it t bat Is wholly lacking In otticr toilet rrqnl*lto? IIb dclloato odor, cooling and refreshing properties and artivo medicinal virtues cum mm! to niakn It, the Ideal remedy for Coapped Handa and Kaoa. Delightful alter Bharlug. ? 25 CENTS. ?APT. D. C. BOOTH Jfcr Representing R. M. Button & Co , of Baltimore,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1896

GOOD FOR EVERYBODY ? Almost everybody takes some laxative j^iedicine to cleanse the system and keep the, 'T*lood pure. Those who take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder") get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant 4axative and tonic that purifies the blood .and strengthens the whole system. And more than this: SlAAMONS LIVER REGU? LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active and healthy, and when the Liver is in good condition you find yourself free from Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache and Constipation, and rid of that worn out and debilitated feeling These are all caused by a sluggish Liver Good digestion and freedom from stomach troubles will only be had when the livei is properly at work. If troubled with any of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi dncs, and Better than Pills. ;Z3?~EVERY PACIvAOE-TSr Uns the Z Stamp in red on wrapper, J. H. Zciliu & Co.. Philo.. Pa Attorney James P. Woods, of Roan eke, was in tow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1896

IS CASTOR IA Casioria is I>r. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use hy Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays fevcrishness. Casioria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Cnstoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is the Children's Panacea?tho Mother's Friend. 1 Castoria. "Cnstoria is on excellent medicine forchil ren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." Dr. 0. C. Osgood. Lowell, Mass. "Cnstoria Is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their childre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1896

THE TIMES. BVBBY MO It HIN?. KXCBl'T MONDAY BOANOBLH PUBLISHING CO.. i'ubliBhcrs and Proprietors, TIMJ59 BUILDING, IM CAMPBELL AVSN?K B. W. TERMS BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid). Daily, one month ..... H .OU " three montht.1.50 t ?* eix months.8.00 ** ?no year, In advance .... B.00 - o uday Edition, one year .... 1.00 Tau Timm Is a me moor ot the Associated Fret*?the groatest news-collecting association in the world?and receives over a special wire the Sail telegraphic news service ot the Associated Frees? tho tamo news trom all over the United Btates and the world that le slmnltaneonsly re? ceived by the great dallies or New Vor?, Philadel? phia ana Baltimore. JANUARY. 8 M T W T F S . 1 8 3 4 6 6 [7 8 O lO 11 18 IS 14 15 16 17 18 19 SO 31 82 23 24 20 86 87 28 80 80 31 ... A KKW DKPABXMBNT. ' A careful examination of the bill to create a department of banking and in? surance, recently introduced in the house of delegates by Representative Berkeley, of this district, and of which a short n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1896

Christmas, Clearing At Cost Less Ali the left-overs are ready to-day at very little prices. They are as perfect as when they first stepped into the store, and it would be very unwise merchandising to carry them over to another season nd ask you to pay full price for them So here they go on the bargain table, and among these things are some of the biggest bar? gains you ever saw. IN OUR" illinery Department We ave ofl'ering our entire stock at less than cost. Trimmed Hats that were: $15.00redceed to $7.50. 12.00 41 0.00. 9.00 M 4.50. <"..50 ?? 4.25. 8.00 ? 4.00. 7.50 ? 3.50. 0.00 ?? 3.00. 5 00 ? 2.50. 4.00 " 2.00. At your own prices?'ook at these figures?compaia the quality and you will admit they are way below their value. $17.50 Jacket now $12.50. 16.50 tk 12.00. 15.00 ? 10.00. 13.50 " 9.00. 12.50 ? 8.50. 11.00 " 7.50. 10.50 ?? 7.00. ' "?0 " 6.50. 5.00 " 3.50. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report News of People and Events. Happenings Briefly and R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1896

m HAVE IT. Oftniflr^nmor>ri ><???? ? ???? Ooe of those bouses Ellis Brothers are selling so cbeup nod on such easy paymeuts and think I nee odo that would suit you, in fact, they havo them to suit any one. Hoir are the following ? Good 9 room dwelling on Poarth avenue n. e. Price $950; $3cist>, btUnce $8 per month. Good "room dwelling on 8ovenlh avenue n. e. Price $1,331; $50 cash, oilauco $19.5(1 per month. Dosirablo residence on Eighth avenne, a. w., nine rooms, all modem improvements, good barn, buggy notice. Price $2,150; $16J cash, Oil ance $1S por month. Good 7 room realdenco on Holiday street s. e , large lot Price $1,200; $75 cash, balance $12 50 per month. Good 7-room dwolllcg on Tazewoll avinnr. o. Price $1,000; $10 cash, $10 per mouth. Best 8-room hoa*e in Uelmontnnd best location. Price $1,100; $1U0 cash, balance $12.50 per month. Modern 7-room restdonce on Chapman avenue, west End. Price $140(; $Wo cash, balance ou easy monthl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1896

Winter Is the Dull, Hard-Times Season With Them. A TIE IMPROVIDENT AS A CLASS. "Old Uodd" Uuwcs Affords a Peep Behind tho Scenes?Tho IIours Aro Short and tho Work Not Arduous?How Many Now Joltca and Scenes Are Invented. This Is tl:i* senspn of tho year whoa lifo 13 many degrees romovod from tho humor? ous for tho average oirous down, for uow ho is '?laid oil" and is obliged to hustlo around for any sort of ongagoincnt that will provide a support for himself nnd Iiis family until tiio timo "whon tho robins nost again" and tho touting season opona. A clown is not usually a frugal man?a follow who puts by a certain sum cnoh week to last through tho winter, whon there is no regular omploymont for him. At tho close of a long tour ho considers himself in great luck if ho lias onough cash on hand to carry him home, buy a fow presents for tho wife and children and pay tho current household expenses for a couple of weeks. Thon, and not until then, does ho realize that It is necessary to stir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1896

In Profusion and at Prices Unheard of. $10 Suits now $7 $12 and $15 now $10 $15 Will Purchase Our $18, $20 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats. This is a bold stroke, but we must have cash. Hats, Shoes, Underwear, and all such things, go at half price. Don't be deceived by others. We have a reputation to sus? tain. ?THE Clothing Company. ,v NvJ^2SaI?m A.v?A^yi&i5 Bfc'nry St. Special Bargains To-day For Readers of The Times. 5AAA YARDS OP DRESS qVVV plaid? at 4 cents at 131 Salem avenue. 110C) FINE Gatawba Grapes 25o basket at Eirps', 107 Jefferson street. 110 21 FOR chopped bands. Lily of tbo Val? ley Lotion at Fox's. 1 10 3t GO to H. H. Markelay for the beBt meat in town. 1 10 3t Le PANTO So Cigar. Pace's, 10 Jef? ferson street. 110 31 THE LEADING RESTAURANT IN ROANOKE, AND THE BEST IN AMERICA FOR THE PRICES. ill the Delicacies of the Season Served at reasonable prices. The Tablo is always supplied with the host that is to be had In the markets. SERVICE FIRST-GLASS. UP The o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1896

DAILY VOL, XIV.?No. 401 PKI0K l'UKSB ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 14, 1896. FULk ASSOCIATED PliEtt TXLKOKaKS. ?1 XtlJB NEW8 OF THE WOHLD PI UM WKATH??. Forecast for Vir nr 1 nlr: Fair wenther; little change in temperature; mtio Westerly winde. If It's Only a little leak It ought to be stopped now. With us, small orders receive just as careful attention as large ones. WE MEND LEAKY ROOFS I Roanole Hoofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce at. and Franklin Bond. J. B. COLLING WOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phono 328. COLD WINDS, CHAPPED HANDS "Mani-Cura " ?VUoro'* a corjno:tlon here that you'll dis? cover. We want yon to know our Mnnl Cnra. Tberc'e r eometblnK about It that la wholly lacking In other tollet rerjuiMtPs lie delicate otlor, coo Imp and refreshing proportion end art Ivo mcdlcihul vlrtaes com? bine to ninko It th* Ideal remedy lor Cnappcd Hands and Face. Delightful after sharing. 25 CENTS. CAPT. D. C. BOOTH ite Ropresentlng R M. Button & Co., of Baltimore, will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1896

Mts A. R. Boatlor. ot Farmvlllo, 1b visiting at Judge W. Griffin's. Cftpt. J. 0. Langhorne went to Wytho vilio yesterday on % business trip. Mlas Mattie Williams, who has been -visiting In Pulaski City, has returned home. Parrlah and Paokott laat week ktlled for Robert Logan tho prizs hog of tbe season, It weighed 891 pounds. C A ThemaaoD, ot Eait Main street, who has been suffering for Borne time from blood poisoning, is improving. Miss Pattle Landon, who hat been visiting friends la Salem tor several weeks, returned to her homo at Tszs well Court House yesterday. . ??? The annnal oelebratlon of the Demos . fethonean Literary Society of Roanoke Ullege, whioh was to have been held ti the 17th, has been postponed to tho 5"-24th lost. The Baptist and Lutheran congrega? tions united last Sunday night in ser? vices at the Baptist Church. Rev. C. Armand Miller preached to a large au? dience from the text, GeneBls 33-24, his SjsbjdCt being "Prayer." Evangellat Clarence 8. Strouse re? ceiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1896

this J Rift 1 quart flour, 1 saltspoonfut aalt, 1 siltipcoa fol ground nntraog or cinnamon, 3 rounding tea epoonrnla baking powder, together. Beat 2 ckkb; add 1 cop augar, I cop milk, 3 teaspoonluls molted Cotlfiji no. Sllrtheis into the flour, roll and cut into slfape. HaTakettlaM 'ull of t'ottolCDC?at joat tho right heat?and trjr the doughnut* in it for 8 ml qu tea. For frying, Cottolene must be Aot, but don't let it 1 get hot enough to smoke or it will burn. To find if 1 it is hot enough, throw into it a single drop of water. 1 When at just the right heat, the water will pop. \ C Genuine baa trade marks?"CotttUnt" and ?tttr't H*ad in cotfn-plant icr? j (A?on uvo.-y tin. = I H-lTIIK N. K. FA1RDANK COMPANY, ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO. 5 Eiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiliimiiiiimiimiiiiiiim Roanoke, Va. M To BALL & MAY, Dr. Tetma_GROCERS What's the Use of Waiting? " Thoy " say " all things come to him who waits," but wo have no been waiting, and we don't propose to wait. We KNOW our price...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1896

I THE TIMES. JSVKHY JtORMINO. KXCBPT MONDAY BO AKOSH PUBLISHING OO., Publishers and Proprietors, T1MK3 BUILDING, IM 0AMPB3LL AVBN?B 8. W. TBRM9 iiX KAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month. 9 .60 " three months.1.50 ** elx months.8.00 "* onejresr, In advance .... 6.00 anflny Edition, one year .... 1.00 Tim* le a member ot the Associated the greatest news-collecting association In World?and receives over a special wire the legrsphlc news service ot the Associated -the same news bom all ovor the United and the world that Is elmaltanooaely re by the great dalllosot New Yora\ Phlladol o Baltimore. JANUARY. 8 M T W T F S ... . l a 3 4 5 6 17 ? 9 10 II 18 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 80 81 88 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 30 31 ... TURKEY DEFIANT. England's reoent complications has had a disastrous effect on the Interests of the Christian subjects of Turkey, and <ts the chances for European interfer? ence become more remote tbo subllmo porte grows bolder in its utterances. A recent dispatoh to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1896

After Christmas, Clearing At Cost And All the left-overs are ready io-day at very little prices. They are as perfect as when they first stepped into the store, and it would be very unwise merchandising to carry them over to another season nd ask you to pay full price for them So here they go on the bargain table, and among these things are some of the biggest bar? gains you ever saw. IN OUR Millinery Department Wo are ottering our on tire stock at les.s than cost. Trimmed Hats that were: $15.00 reduced to $7.50. 12.00 9.00 8.50 8.00 7.50 G.00 5 00 4.00 G.OO. 4.50. 4.25. 4.00. 3.50. 3.00. 2.50. 2.00. At your own prices?look at these figures?cornpars the quality and you will admit they are way below their value. ? $17.50 Jacket now $12.50. 1G.50 15.00 13.50 12.50 11.00 10.50 8.50 5.00 12.00. 10.00. 9.00. 8.50. 7.50. 7.00. G.50. 3.50. We have a small lot of about 25 i pairs of all-wool Blankets, slightly il?d, atwcy below their uctuul value. Comforts at 75c, $1.00, ?1.25, $1.50, 1.75, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1896

:the tt JbVBBY XORSINQ^ KOANOKK, AVE IT. Odg of those houseB Ellis Brothers are sailing so cheap und on such eafty payments and think I see one that would suit you, in fact, they have t.liem to au it any one. How are the following ? Oood S room dwelling on Fourth avenue n, e. Price $530; tScua, balance $8 per month. Oood 7-room dwelllngon 8ovenlh avenue n. V Vtlco *l-a5t: W cash, hal?nco $19.50 per month. Desirable residence job Eltrhth avenue, s. W.. ptnlao rooms, all mndora Improvements, good _D?arn. hriRRy honee/Prico $2,150; $150 cash, Dal retnee $ib per moadi. at Wttd 7-room x&tdence oi Holiday street a. e., ernment; v FJr? $,,80O; 875 c*8h' Da,*nc? *1S8? tloxt am on pom dwolllng on Tauewell avenue, ?OrOBB 8och *l,000; *10 CMh> *10 per mPnth ?om houre in Bolmont and beat location, ?anizatlomo; $100 cash, balance $19.60 per month. 'from lr? 7-room residence on Chapman avenue, " "d. Price $1400; $100 ease, balance on Turkishntbly payments. The e'ly modern 9...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 January 1896

iflSBftl WALKER m PENSIONS ? he Virginia Congressman De? fends the South. tiiom Northern Republican* That here Was No Sentiment Against the ennion Polio; In the South?A Tam any Congressman Croat en a Sensa on?Consideration of tbe Bond Silver Hi In the Senate. S.SHINOTON, Jan. 14.?The House t to-day in further debate upon the I Ion appropriation bill. The speak , ?Ith a single exception, wore all Re - loans and all favored a liberal ad itration of the pension laws and the tion of the changes to existing laws, i >sed by tho bill. tong the speakers to-day was Gnn. A. Walker, who served with dis lon in tbe Confederate army from issas to Appomattox. He 1b the II Republican representative from ? . nla. His assnracce of tho good I ig that existed in tbe South toward * Inion soldier and the lack of ho? Vtoward the pension system was i i ily received on both sides of the e. i . Wallter replied particularly to a i rk of Mr. Hemenway to the effect when a Republican again took his in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 January 1896

HE T?*? 1 ?j-S%tGHT. SB? HORN H0ANOJ? Publ u?mia Before it Becomes a Habit. S? _ [acted, Shabbily Treated Nervt? the Ciuee?Rev. Dr." Smith at Ago of 80 T.oie* No More Bleep?Unbroken Beat Natural to a Folly Nourished Brain* I'nine'f Celery Compound Haa Never Failed to Cure. , ifcftiBaftffln ft mm ? a?%;.y Ods of th?i; Brothers ara' ? ivod on such and think I:: ? ' Buit you, I tbeua to suit'" are the folio From childhood to old sge health is -very much a matter of sound, refreshing t sleep. No one cm digest well, work well, feel well, or be well, who Is night after , night deprived of good,< sleep. It Is physically impossible for any brain to keep on providing nervous energy un? less the nights aro devoted to nourish ' ing its used-up parts Protracted sleep? lessness, where no effort is made to feed and calm the irritable nervous system, ends in nervous prostration and in* sanity. ' To-day there are far more neuralgic ? headaches, far more rheumatism, sloop ieesness and ner...

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