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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 December 1901

HOME AMD GHtUJ Does your horse "feel his oats"? What a difference be? tween the grain-fed and the grass-fed horse 1 Thc first strong and full of ginger, the hecond flabby, weak and tired out before he begins. The feeding makes the difference. Children are not alike either. One is rosy, bright-eyed, full of life and laughter, another is pale, weak'and dull. The feed? ing again is responsible. Sickly children need special feeding. They don't "feel their oats". Scott's Emulsion adds just the right richness to their diet. It is like grain to the horse. Thc child gets new appetite and strong digestion. Scott's Emulsion is more than food. It is a strong medicine. It rouses up dull children, puts new flesh on thin ones and red blood into pale ones. It makes children grow. Scott's Emulsion makes ordi? nary food do its duty. This picture represents Hts Trade Mark of Scott's Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle. lead fer free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, 4-9 Pearl St., New Yor...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 December 1901

LEXINGTON Gaz^TTE. V, 98. No. il Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, Docemboi ,8 1901 ^ $1.50r Yonr n THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly \Y illiam J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. NCOLN. HEBRASKA. TE HMS?Payable in Advance. One Year $1.00 Months . .60 Three Months 35 Bingle Copy? .06 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be seut by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on Kew York or Chicago. Do not send Individual chocks or stamps. The Gazf.tt Mas made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby w* can furnish The Commoner and r**E Oazktti one year foi #2.2 ~>. o-tsh with order. Send your nttn^ und post office address Ul THE GAZETTE. _ _ Lexington. Va PROFESSION A L CARDS {17 P. HOI STUN, Vttorney at Law, |L-.xin<?t.in, Va F1ANK T.iJClL.VSGoW, A.tt.>rney-at-Law, Lbxihotom, Va |>OBEI.T I4TLIT, ll* Attorney-at-Law, LlXlNQTOH, Va ty T. SHI Attorney-at-Law Lixi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 December 1901

The Gazette PUBUSHEE EVERY WEEK BY Barolny t*9 Compnuy Entered at the Postoffice at Lexington V ., a- second-flas*- mail matt?-r. Fifty Years Ago in Lex? ington. A copy of the "Ya dey Bf>.r" of April 29,18.r)2 his falbn into our hands, I was then ti e only Democratic i>ape* published in the senatorial district tompo-ed of Rcckbrids-e, Highlan and Bath. It waa a targe paper for th >t period, equally as large as -ht Gazette, Its columns were wider and longer, but only a 3even column paper. In those days it required consid? erable business sagac ty to u>ake h newspaper a paying investment, for the paper upon whi?*h it w?s prin'ed bad to be hauled with wagons a great distanee. Wo.d and straw as a fact i in paper-making were nut known, and the, entire paper was made out of white cotton'raes. Every printing i stablish roeni was a depot for the pu'Chase > linen and cottou rags, and subscriptions wer9 not infrequently settled fo several...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 December 1901

Relief for the Get "Mother's Friend"\* during the nine trying months belo is a simple liniment ol marvelous p relaxaUon of the muscles, allays all lieves distressing headaches, cram lt ht m oldening In a t confinement of all its pam. ?? Mother's Friend M ls ?*l4 ky *U **spoa*tt?l? i bettie. If lt cannot b* found, we sssll send lt where in the United States upftn receipt of pelee. TH*** BR*Uwt**aEXD *Ka*M't'a.ATOR O We publish a book on " Moth?ihood " tbat m n kara nt jiled fra* upon request Personals Mrs. Addison Whitmore, ol Au *..sti county, ia the guest of relatives iiere. Mica Blanch Patteraoo.cf Baltimore was tbe guest of friends here last week, Mis' Martha Campbell baa aa her giiest Miae Fannie Bell, of Lewisburg, W. Va. Emmett Deacon, of Pittsburg, Pa., a yisiting his father, William Deacon, of Marat. Miss Wad Jell bis as her guest M Mary Roberta Hogshead, of Middle? brook, Ta. Major Ad jlph Elhart, of Marat, this county is visiting friends at bis foi mer home, Baltimore. tdi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 December 1901

Words ol Wisdom There is no recrertion in desecration. :"*A manTvho has no foea has n> friends* Tbe Snn oi righteousness wither ^ tbe hypocrites* The only way to feed the sheep is t follow tie *-he* herd* The only auger without sin iB tL it which is again-t sin. If life is a dawlrt-nm will be ?? terrible night cf reality. Tire heavier sins fetter the more some borst of their freedom. Life is te be tnetpnrrd by its outflow rather than by its income The man of bitter thoughts will not be likely to live a sweet life. The people who sing the wrong atrnza usually sing the !oudtBt. "When money is your only friend you naturally late to j ait with itk Tue counsel that falls like the BBC-* lies longer than the hail of chiding. Th* 1 >"ks in thp deril'ii t-e**in a '? r eri ? ut mo i v e eil mir lil ties. It is still i : oje'i que**'iou wbotbe this l-s i he -it^w! -ge or the Hue of etta N ? wotu ii tu rind rta ? r ocial 0 iintni ns tLan ibo e of her < wu LO' e....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 December 1901

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. V. 98. No. 4 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, .tecembe. Is* 1901 <{ $1.50 a Year THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly Boa. w. J. Bar.*. W illiam J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. NCOLN, ? NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable In Advance. OneY*a *100 Months . .60 Threo Mont ha 85 Single Copy.... J .05 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms t\>r local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. 0. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks or stamps. The Gazett has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thi Gazitt** one year foi $2.2'), cash with order Send your name and post office address to TUE GAZETTE, Lexington Va. PROFESSIONAL GAUDS, 17 P. HOI Attorney at Ln.w."a*M .LmiNUTow, Va_ F1ANK T.|GLA8GOW, Attorney at-Law, Lbzinotor, Va KOBERT CATLET, ' Attorney-at-Law, ;LlXl*fQTON,JVA, VV T-8HI Attorney-at-Law^' Lixihqton, Va. Pijb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 December 1901

The Gazette I'OBMSHEK EVEllY WEEK HY __\ .relay tts cyoxxxj^exTX-y inured at the Postoffice at Lexington V,, a Bt-cond-elasv mail matt* r. Let the Party Have Peace YT-? atv una-le to perceive any sp ci J cause of wonde", alarm or indig LKtioti n the re-.*' rt that comes iro li ch mon 1 to tue cftVct that the Mar ii eeiuent is ur_a*-izing ihe Sta Se ate. It the Martin element ia i t e maj tity, that i^ he most natara thirg in tl'? woild for it to do. If i is not rn the m?j ntv, it is likel to incur i-ome tr mble in currying OBJ itb | t uttSLS. Oue thing is certain the Anti-Martin element doesn orgtnize the Seiate if nill nm b 1 lault. Aud after its display o 0 j^anizii g .bility at the State Cod verliou bert-, we leel warranted it laying that the work would be th roughly dune. What's much more serious ib the uilc_niioi. .bat tue uiganizttiou is be lug j.roj ciej for (he purpose of an? tagonizing Mr. Montague in the dis charge ot his duties as Governor. That the ld machine will go tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 December 1901

THE FIRST is naturally a subject of wondei to the young mother. Happy s be if some kind friend tells hei of relief to be obtained by the ti "Mother's Ft There is nothing in the world liniment, used externally. It r and distensions, soothing head ousness.as well as relieving "mc Of Dro*isd?ts at t\. Ol xml. ty e*prw. paid on i Illustrated look containing testimonial i ard rn Moth*-*, free. Tho Brawl fie W Rflffulatt mmmmmm Persona's Misses Maggie and Eliza Sha'.: are io Washington city. Mila Bertha Howell his return from a visit to Philadelphia. Miss Lilly (jolea has returned fro a visit to friends in Eastern Virgini Mrs. W. F. Pierson and daughte Miss Minnie, are visiting relatives i Cincinnati, 0. Mr, and lLis. Arch S. White, c Lynchburg, were in Lexington, dur in j the past week. Mr. Frank Conner, of Cincinnati, 0. was the guest of < apt. W. F. PiersoE on Thursday last. George W. Witt, of Newport Ne*s, ie tbe guest of hu parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Witt. Mr, Lacy Ir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 December 1901

nisi A li/Lit: Cl tho rider frequently m?-t? with (lli-a*tt??r. Avery Ull r\ VVnCCL handy and etllcient. doctor Utlinvoss-ith you when tn accident happeua is a ' ttlo ot "ilc-Ucan M usUing liluiuieut. X X Ulcers or Running Sores need not become a fixture upon your body. If they do it is your fault, for MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT will thoroughly, quickly and perma? nently cure these afflictions. There is no guess work about it ? if this lin? iment is used a cure will follow. YOU DON'T KNOW &^A^.$?^ Mustang Liniment. As a flesh healer it stands at tho very top. " "sr<w?BBMlM asaraTm 'r i ? VN.VX-\.-VVX"VSS_liXV-VV^>s.-Sj_X'S.> :'ho Kind You Havo / *vays Bought* and ?which has heen in use for over 3*> years, has horne tho signature of ^/} ,i,- and has heen made under his pcr -_*s>Lj(*^fflj>~^^/ sonal supervision since its infancy. WAT?/, /-totcStiOi Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 December 1901

THE LEXINGTON Gaz-^TTE. V. 98. No. o Lexington. Rockbridge IWuty, Viripnia. *Vedn day, inecmbei 25 1901 -{$1,50* vV?r THE COMMONER Issued Weekly William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. NCOLN, ? .NEBRASKA TEKM8?Payable lo Advance. One Yea $1.00 Months . .60 Three Months 35 Bingle Copy...- .?__Z -05 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual '?hecks or stamps. The Gazett has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we ean furnish The Commoner and Thk Uazkttk one year for f2-2>, cash with order. Send your name und post office address to THE GAZETTE, Lexington Va. i'ROb'E*.*IONAli GAiiU**-. wVP* HOt Attorney al Law, 'Lbxinut'N, ViJ lANKT.?<iLASO<>vV, Atto-twy nt-Law, lagxiN.-r..**, Va OOBBR J Attorney-at-Law, 'LSXINGTON, VaJ \y T. SHI Attornoy-at-Law**C' Lbxinoton, Va. I....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 December 1901

Thk. Gazette i i rg-gjt -- < py \VFK BV th ur '- 0 u- *2Utli 'n back t a-ilorj nf ts e.euts to tu wlii'di ha e ?>n-<*eds'1 it. It will, doub , *?> m> y nnd joyous * heir - o tm i? vi ne cbildnood cbrisi ando u ai i tone up to be* feeling a d ;ghor resolves the old one-, wiro wd hare shared its in dante md pleasured. lu a . in 1 plea.-nre will be ? the coming of a briant, spring d iu winter, to gladden the bearts the homes and of the com': u iity, w tue -weet comforts and iiehglil* fatu ly le-unions ant in e chang* mementos of love an i ailectioo, wh n ver fail to make, all who shared th plea-urea, better nnd nappier. I' piepttrati ior a, iud expectation what Chr atma* will bring to the you give a fuller flow ol happiness to th tti-tn the fruition of their dteatns expectations when tbe t'hristma-J t ? c mew. lu nappy experience h charge (he battery of be with * force Oi better resolutions to meeta wrestle v ith its coming events ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 December 1901

Persona's Miss Sue Daviduon is in Chariest! s.e. Miss Marj Davidson is ia Ric mond. Mrs. Ledgerwood Moflett and htt daughter are visiting relatives in Cii einnati. Gen. Scott Shipp and Mr. W. 1 Shields have returned from a. visit t Richmond. Mr, Warren McClure, of Spottswooi Augusta county, is the guest of hu eister, Mrs. Walter McOown.on Whistlt Croak, Prof. H. W. Barclay and wife, ol Roncevert, W. Va., are tho guests ol Mr. J. W. Barclay. Ci pt. Thomas D. Ranson, of Staun? ton, and Col. George Perkins, of Charlottesville, were in town on legal business on Monday last. Mr. Louis Pennington, of Staunton, was the guest of his parents on Satur? day last. Delegate* Quisenberry and \Vaddy, Sergeant-at-Arms, J. M. Johnston and Clerk Jno. W. Burger, spent tke Xmas holiday at their kona s. Hon. J. ti. Gilmore, ona of our member's of t?>* con*titufional con? vention, apent nie Xmas with his family near Gtimor'a Mill, Misses .Eliza - h and Margaret Moreland, of McDonougb, Md., are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 December 1901

li ;.- with disaster. Avery lil you whan jjj^ .ii .in Mustaag Liniment. Ulcers or Running Sores need not become a fixture upon your body. If they do it is your fault, for MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT -will thoroughly, quickly and perma? nently cure these afflictions. There is no guess work about it; if this lin? iment is used a ewe will follow. VIVI la-nhl'T l/hinilf howquir-kly abnrnor?caUcanb?pnr??d lU'J UUIX I f\ liv ff until \. u have treated it with Mexican Mu-tan-j Liniment. As a flesh lieuler it stands at the very top. * trays Cou^lit, ami which has been yvor*, haa borne tho f~i*-*iintiiro of -,? and haa been marte under his per -,.-'- Bonal .tipervision since its infancy. A lim*.* no oue to deceive you in this. rmtitationa :'.2;rt " Just-ax-g-md" aro but ifle tvith mid endanger tho health of n?Experience against Experiment. .3 CASTORIA ileaa frabstttata for Castor Oil, Pare* nothing Sympa. It is Pleasant. It 'j-jjim, Morphine nor other Narcotic a-?n irantee. It destroys Wornt') ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 January 1902

THE LEXINGTON inri! V. 98. No. 6 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Vi rp Jtimrary ! $902 THE COMMONER, Isauod Weekly William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher.' NCOLN, ? lSEBRAbKA. TEKMS?Payable In Advance. One Yea $1.00 Montks ? -60 Three Months 35 Single Copy.... .0*3 No trawling canvassers are employed, ['erma for local agents sent uponapplleat'on. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. The Gazf-tt has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and f hs G azutte one year for t2'Zo, cash with order. Send your name and post office address to TUE GAZETTE. _Lexington Va^ "T'ROFEsslONAli OAttD iy p. hoi Attorney at Law, 'LaxiiNOT'tN, Va LpANK T.^LAtfOOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxikoto**, VaJ OOBSR' | Attorney-at-Law, Lsxinoton, Va, IITT. 8HI Attorney-at-LawT' Lexington, Va. I. P.UJTOS If JORB. FeANK MOOK MOORE & MOORE, Attorneys-at-Law and Notary Pu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 January 1902

r-i~as second-class mail matter. Find ? man who is not a student cf sman nature aud your f crt ure ia muds a mosoeni attraction be would draw et than a mustard plaster. There ftre~'TB""tsucc-3 on tecord of men who n'*ver repeated the Baying, of their first b?bv, ?nd even ;hc man bau been foun 1 .. di m't ti-ink, b<-could regulate h ?lock be:ter hanauy >nc eke; but the man arho ia not a student of burna nature bas yet to bo fouud. Run over tbs liut ol your f riend9,and yu cannot recall the name of one ma who bas not at some time confided to * n that nothing delight** him to e> tue study o', human nature. Other friends lave told yon tbat their succe* iu busiue-iB hu*, been due to their knowledge, of human nature, Oooas l-ma.tS yon wdl bear a man say tbat il be bat his career to make over again, _-. he would fauve choa-^n the calling of a dtttcuve b?ciiU*e of bis keen insight into ti ama nature. Ab tor the man who can read peoplo Bike a bjok, bis name i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 January 1902

Every motlier, Ol can have about St will save by scndir TBatBl ?j-4 ?**->* ( t JUr k " t*1* worl ?*?."" ^^L^ Sold by bart I \MyWWrWMWWW Personals M ss Margaist McCrum spent ht Xmas b*-re with her mother. Ur. B -relay Poague, of Pittsburg spent his holiday at home hers. Messrs. Caldwell and Robert Mc Bryde spent Xmas at their home. Mrs. Jame ? Templeton and ch'ldren are the guests of Mrs. N. J. Gibbs. Miss Maay Lib Smith is spending the holidays with friends in Richmond ILaj. F. H. "-smith, of Lvnohburg spent his holiday with bis family here. Mrs. Mac Sterrett, of Augusta county, is the guest of Mrs. J. McD. Adair. Mr. W. C. Wt tte and family, spent ths festive .-eason with Mr. T. S. Whits. Mr. Wirt Tutwiler, of Baltimore, is j tne truHet of his brother, Mr. Bruce Tutwiler. Mr. Elward Senseney, of Roanoke, isjthe guest of his father, Mr. J. to. Sensenwj. Mr. Charles Boogher, of St. Louis. Mo., is the guest of his father, li. is. Boo ;bsr. Mr. Jfk Arm tead, of Lyne bur*-, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 January 1902

i il-i.i-i .rf... i.i.*in -Mm 4|-V| i'" ?i'Wii-oqHeni.yjtflooti.wlln. Iii.isa'.u. A.t*6r-f VU rt kl IL. LL bandy nm. offif-if m doctor to hn*.j v'i,-n\, when Ua uoaucu hafyaat ts a ' itle of Mexicali Mui-iau-^ iuuuaitiut.. Ulcers or Rtunuraiinig Sores need not become a fixture up#>n your body. If they d'* is your fault, for Kt SOAK MUST. : JN!W!^NT thoroughly i ckly and porma e the frictions. There ess wot u it; if this lin is used a , j will follow. B burn or seal'1 cnnK?rared i uv Vim l IA ll UV* . otieate.lilu,: : Mexican Militant Lliiln-r-rt. As a flesh healer it stands at tho vary top. Y0U>D0NTKN0Wi A WOK IVA' 8 iv* SOU. "^onetuM ?? ? Under j. hf -uti,' VU ''eton* havo tr .> 11 ? euri* at arr*n bj the : ' ;ic)*.v : - ?, Inhalers and '??ii;- paste form. T eir powders tVy np , pm- c tu slug them to and blend fie powerfe! acitln ? -iniii'ly pateu mme me 11 iou* makers ] m -cr . w aad < vt ii t - ,->??. An o'll l .? . who baa t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 January 1902

LEXINGTON V. 98. No. 7 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, .Tmiunrv 8 1902 -{$]..50 a If ear THE COMMONER IssuedWcekly Bow. W. g, Bbtaw. William J. Biyan, Editor and Publisher. NCOLN, ? HlftBABKA. TEHMS-Payablo In Advance. OncYna S1-00 Months ? -60 Throe Months *? Single Copy.... . .? -05 No traveling canvassers aro employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All mouey should be soul by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks or stamps. The Gazett has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thk Gazette one year for $2-35. cash with order. Send your name and post office address to TUE GAZETTE, Lexington Va. i'ROFEv-tJLONAl. CABD3. 3TON, ; Attorney at Law, fir P. HO !>OBE*T :ATLET Attt>rnny-at-f.aw, Lbxisoton. Va 117 T. 8HI Attornoy-at-Law *' Lexington, Va. I. Piiirjs SI Min. Fbank Moon \f OORE & MOORE, ?VI Attorneys-at-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 January 1902

The Gazette PUBLISHES EVEET WEEK BI S%i*olay db Company E it ed ul the Postoffice ut Le.ingi n Va, e second-ciasa nai' matte j& ,KA8iTlVE INSTITUTION Every tim-* somebody opposes t su-r^ss.ion-4 of tbe most enthusiastic fri ade of the University of Virg ma we hav a es ?oa->ive va. >au that a i tjutpt, ou u? i;te o t&a? veneraole stitation is in process of sanguinary execution. Becaasa some members of tbe constitutional convention object to hari-ig e perpemal eaiowmeut o the University fastened in tha Constitution of the State, the Times newspaper sees and announces laurier and fiendish as saults against tradition and holiest memories* The gem lemon who oppose this clause are entirely right an.1 busiie* - like. The State is sufficiently boua 1 t the University by endorsement o' ,ti> bonds?making the promotion of ita prosperity u matter of business policy, by custom and natural affection T*we ia not tbe slightest danger that i. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 January 1902

C?!y expectant mothers, cr thoao who Kare bonis eJilldren, know the full meanlne of these weds. Every vomit should tell every other-woman shout ?2 "MOTHER'S FRIEND," the! wonderful Mnl ^yl mont that tffwam/m aH pain Incident to childbirth. 'Ant 1 here la nothlnr like lu JNO. S. MORTON,** Knrtowe.h.CHl->ril"TooniBclic?at be s-.ld In prfcUc of * Moaner's Friend.' My wife med only two bottles before cosRr.eesent and, wu In labor but twenty minute*. Sae ls doing splendidly, thank* to ' Mother's Friend.' " Sold by sit beet Drujrgiits, oe will be seat by e*p*ess paid eo receipt of pelee. Si.(MK Cook entitled *' Motherhood," con taiulns; Interesting (arte foe all sees of the rentier Ki. malled (ree ripon application. Send jrour friend's address. Tf?EHB*iDFTEI.DRFXllX*TOnrO.,.1tlantt*. Ott. Personals Miss Mary Lib Smith has returned from ft TUtt to friends in Richmond, j t Mr, Fislding Templeton, of Fair-!1 field, is spending the week with Mr, J. j McD. Adair. Misses Nellie and K...

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