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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 9 October 1897

VOL.X. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST R ARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1897. N. 1. __ BEAR. _ m. _ inru_ .- A N BEAR i i r r1 T I uiTA U nTTQ T T orw ard a long list a d n gos 310, 5t noti a Pef inkdif by whicl Every 1 plate fa i o rcertain not be o gro ws dure,br that the THE TWO KINGS. Yon mt can beo The king was riding home again lees i From many a h ard-fought 6eld; w i mome And the blow of a maoe had hall effaced momen Thedragon on his shid to the I Blls armor was rusted, and dinted, and 90I150E And hanging at his side in the From a baldric frayed was a broken blade; so 4ee] Dut he rode through the town with pride. bear re `* The sli ;pefore him there rode a trumpeter, And behind him tell by ten, lugs w With martial olank came rank and rank, to stee Riding, his mall-olad men. proach The streets of the king's gOod ty 7on. Were loyally thronged that day, "o And caps ,ere doffed and healths were good, quaffed" As he rode with his proud array. him, 3 ,efore a tavern a man-at-arms must Ha...

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. — 9 October 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLISIHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. QUIBSCRIPTITON : $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, October 0, 1897. The suicide maunia struck New York on Friday last, when sixteen persons took the "quick route" to the unknown beyond. So!ly Smith lowered the colorers of Geo. Dixon before the San Francisco Athletic Club on .Monday. It took twenty rounds, and it is the first defeat for the colored champion. It is predicted that the treasury deficit at the end of the fiscal year will be something like $45,000,000. The Dingley tariff bill is not work inug the wonders that the Republi cans had hoped for. Two steamships are now due in New Orleans with over one thous and Itali4n immigrants, and it is bothering the health authorities where to dump them. It would never do to allow them to get into the city during the prevalence of yellow fever. Last week the Attorney General of Texas filed flifty suits against the Southern Pacific railw...

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. — 9 October 1897

THE BANNER-OEMOCRAT, It is said town have present coWn Saturday, October 9, :897. raised the p goods. If t .. - - store that h L. K. BARBER, be Loycote ATTORNEY-AT- AW. There is I I Lake Proviihrce, La. dow planta - -- ----- was among P. S. STRICKER, MD., placerad I Practicing Physician, land. She Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug I dred years Store on Levee street. many y'earl SPECIAL NOTICE. Grand I wrish to notify the gentlemen of against c"( Providence antd vicinity that I am rep- roll. This resenting the Clothing House of LA-I' of getting & CO, of Chicago, the leading Cloth ing House in the United States. Aft and ever guaranteed, and freight paid on all Lace Prov goods. 1 am shoiw'ing a pretty line of that ptrist samples. Send me your orders. Will call on you if notifledl. We are Ii. . NORRIS, was broug Ben Lmnon, Miss. to form a Local and Parish News. keep the now beluj The drouth continues. It seems t A kingdom for a rain. compliph Our mnails continue mixed. Mr. Sit You...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 9 October 1897

An Abem abe Lsgamerv. A tmesnecr torhemasm Is uadoubtedly tin. ItePd. UnlMbe many other leoIdes, it re mates in the family. The meeost effectual means e dOeeiag this tendency, or of removing in. ctplet theumatism, whether pro-eistaont in the bloa or not, is to resort to Hos: etter's Stomach Bittors as soon as the promonitory twinges are felt. Nllifyinsg the influences of cold, expo. ure and fatigue, the Bitters net only for:tfies the system against their hurtful consequences, but subtugates malaria, liver and kidney com alan t.dJ pepela and nerve disquletude. A tenpest ln a teapot sometimes turns out to be a aastrous storm. Pits Permanently oured. No fits or nervous ess ater first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Netve Restorer. trial bottle and treatise free. Dai. H. IL:xn, Ltd., 991 Ardh St., Phila, Pa. A woman's argument always reminds you of the way she ties her necktie. Mrs. WLnslow's Soothing Syrup for children teethlng,softens the gums,reduclng Inflamma. tlon,allays pain,cures...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 16 October 1897

VOL. XLAKE ROVDENCE EAST CAROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1897. L. X ...CURIOUSFACTS, The New York Tribune thinks tht ..___ i mtmion timn a obetion OUR LATTER DAYS. A cloudy morning, and a golden e.e, 'Tls an old tale, beloved; we may find Warm with th glow that never lingers Heart stories all around us just the long-ch i our life; nd ho would pauso to Spnaktothe sad, and toll them God is kind; Duch s our lfe; and who would pause o they not tread thepaththrough which grieve Over a tearful day that ends in song? we came? The dawn was gray, and dim with mist and Our youth went by in rooelessness and rain: haste, There was no sweetness in the chilly And precious things were lost as soon as blast; gained; Dead leaves twere strewn along the dusky Yet patiently our Father saw the waste, And gathered up the fragments that re lane mained. That led us to the sunset light at last. maned. Taught by His love, we learnt to love aright; Led by His hand, we passed through dreary ways An,1...

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. — 16 October 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE I'ROVIDENCE. LA. JAM,'S, N. TUINF.t, Pnblilalr and Proprietort. QUBSCII'TION : $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, October 16, 18:'7. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authiorize;l to announce lion. JOS. E. RANSI)DELL for the position of Delegate to the Con4ti t tional, Convelntion, subject to the iction of the Democratic party. The estimate for maintaining the U. S. Navy for the next fiscal year is put down at $31,991,927. A great many of the Vicksburg citizens who left that city on account of the yellow fever scare, are now re turning. The change in the temperature on Monday morning la4t, will cause the mortality to increase in the .fever stricken districts. Baton Rouge has raised the quar antine against eight wards of the parish of East Baton Rouge, so that levee contractors can get in their levee outfits and start building the levees immediately. - The yellow fever continues to in crease in New Orleans. Forty-nine cases is the highest number reached...

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. — 16 October 1897

: I THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. we Saturday, October 16, :897. qut ro] .do L. K. TIBAR sHER, isli ArTOITnxE-AT- LAw. Lake Providence, La. cni P. S. STRICKER, MD., wi Practicinc Physician, mi Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug fo Store on leveo street. an SPEC'I4L NOTICE. P .1 wisih to notify the genthlcmnl ofj J'rovidnce and rici jit that I am rep. C resenting the Clothing louse of LAM rel & CO., of Chicago, the leading Cloth- re ing louse in the United States. A fit fr guaranteed, and freight paid on all goods. 1 am showring a pretty line of sa samples. Send me your orders. Will Cl call on you if notified. II . . MORRIS, Ben Lomon, Mliss. G -- -- fo Local and Parish News. A -- - tb It was mud on Monday. w The rain was welcomed. 0 Register, register, register. fr Hold your cotton seed for a better price. L The card of Mr. Ranadoll appears in another column. Very little civil businss going on before the court. fi Our town merchants bad a fine trade le on Saturday last. T We are still ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 16 October 1897

csosmaemt eas amr Work ladoors, particulerly i e st tla pom are, are far more prejudicial to health Van excessive musculst ezertion tn he opeCa air. Hard se dertary workers are far too weary after office heres to take much needful ezercise in the open air. f7hyJotton nee a toni,'. Where can they seek Invigorntion more certainly add agreeably than from Hcstetter's Stomach Bitters, a reno erant particularly adapted to recruit the .x hausted force cf nature. Use also for dyspep ala. kidney, liver and rheumatic ailmenta. peo doe. Shiftlssness is hard times' private seore- o tary. _ I have found Piso's Cure for Consumptioni an unfailing medicine.-F. i. LoTz, 1SO0S cott i St., Covington, Ky., Oct. 1, 1894. e' You cannot make wise a fool by feeding Q. him on flh. sote Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children To tecthing,softens the gums,reducing inflamma- poe 'ion.allays pain,cures wind colic. 25c.a bottle. Most mortals never practice economy until clet they have to. kn No one ever got ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 23 October 1897

S~rbe flflert~letWzfl~ZI.____ Bat" , VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1897. ,NO.19. SOME OTHER DAY. there are wonderful things we are go ing to do, Some other day. knd harbors we hope to drift into Some other day. With folded hands the oars that trail, We watch and wait for a favorite gale to fill the folds of an idle sail Some other day. We know we must toil if ever we win, Some other day. But we say to ourselves there's time to begin Some other day. And Eo deferring, we loiter on, Until at last we find withdrawn The strength of the hope we leaned up)Oi, Some other day. And when we are old, and our race is run, Some other day. We fret for the things that might have been done Some other day. We trace the path that leads us where The beckoning hand of grim despair - Leads us yonder out of the here, Some other day. CECIL'Y. "It's the fault of there being such a large family, dear, that is all." "And a very bad fault, too." "Dick! Don'tyou like 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. — 23 October 1897

THE IBANER-DEU OCRAT. FUBLISKED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE P'ROVIDENCE, LA, t JAMES.N. TURINEiR, Publisher and Proprietor. IUBSCRIP'TION : $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, October 23, 1897. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce a Ilon. JOS,. E. RANSI)EIL for the I J'ositioi, of Delegate to the Consti- 0 tutional Convention, slubject to the t action of the Democratic party. The window glass trust is the lat est, with a capital represented at $30,000,000. In one day in the city of Havana I twenty-five persons died of hunger. I Among the number were twelve t women and five children. One hundred and fifty-one rail roads, representing 30,475 miles of operative mileage were in the hands of receivers on June 1, 1897. The negroes of Ohio have placed I an entire State ticket in the field. r We wonder if this is done for the s purpose of tapping Ilanna's pile? I Up to date Vicksburg's cotton receipts are over 25,000 bales short of same date last'year. This is the way quarantine and yellow fever des...

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. — 23 October 1897

THE BANRWiR-OEMOCRAT, edi p l ed up agai been rushi Saturday, October 23, :897. day, and a five cotter A large an L. K. BARBER, back. ATTORNEY-AT- LA. Some o Lake Providence, La. mad as a 1 happened P. S. STRICKER, MD., their bui Practicing Phvsician, they ougl Office at Campbell a Cbaze Drug have kLo' store on Levee street. We hay SPECIAL NOTICE. the mearcl I wish to notify the gentlemen of will c Providence and vicinity that I am rep- try wll resenting the Clothing louse of LAM VicksbLr & CO, of Chicago, the leading Cloth- busluess ing House in the United States. Aft burg poe guaranteed, ad freight paid on all ckbu goods. 1 am showing a pretty line of b samples. Send me your orders. Will Twob call on you if notified. II. G. MORRIS, week an Ben Lomon, Miss. will give the qua: Local and Parish News. te will from N The dust is as thick as ever. The morulugs are getting cooler. A flue line of hardware at White's. Cooks are at a premium in Provi- when tl dence. got a The deer hunte...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 23 October 1897

novel Leve leres. St >l well known, says a eontemspo Vary, that, when the petals of the great aurel Magnolia are touched, however lightly, the result is a brown spot, which develops in a few hours. The fact is taken advantage of by the South American lover, who pulls a magnolia bower, and on one of its pure white petals writes a motto or message with a sharp pointed pencil. Then he sends the Sower, the young lady puts it in a vase of water, and in three or four hours the message written on the leaf becomes perfectly visible, and remains so. venom Inhaled with the Air, And imbibed with the water of a malarious 10. celity, has still a certain antidote. Experience sanctions confidence in Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as a preventive of ;hls scourge. All over this continent and In the tropics it has proved itself a certain means of defense, and an erad. :cant of intermittent and remittent fevers, and other forms of mismsa-born disease. N or is it lees effective for kidney trouble, cons...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 30 October 1897

VOL. X LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1897 VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1897. aNO. 20. The Wind in the Crass. The song of the wind in the grassl Come lie on the ground and listen When the white clouds drift and pass And the dewdrops cease to glisten. It comes with the perfume of flowers, It chases the cares that harass, And fraught with magical power Is the song of the wind in the grass. Come lie with your heart to the clover Out under the orchard trees And listen the sweet tune over A-chime with the lay of the bees. The tired brain a-throb and a quiver Waxes quiet and clear as a glass, Till cool thoughts flow like a river To the song of the wind in the grass. A rest that is sweeter than mirth Through the soul is soothing steal ing, For the touch of the dear brown earth Hath a balm of heavenly healing; And under the warm blue sky, As soft as a whispered mass Or a dreamland lullaby, Is the song of the wind ...

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. — 30 October 1897

THE BANKER-OEMOCRAT, PUBL[SHED EVERY SATURDtAT AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNEnR, Publlsher and Proprec:or. cUBSCKIIPTION: $2 00 Pif)' TFAtR. Saturday, October 0, 1897. ANOUN CEMENT. Ve are anithol 'ized to announce Hon. JO';. E. II'NSDELL for the positior, ol Delegate to the Con-ti tutional Convention, srlbct to the action of the I)fcno:vratic party. " The great dauiics of Memphis have been hbarking with columnns and col uamns on the cleanliness of that city and that there was no danger from yellow fever. We o,.der how they feel jnst abunt now. Tiy will lco doubt comne to the conclusion that cleanliness has nuothing to do with the disease. In one dv.:. at the State Fair at Indianapo e;, la,l.. 2.1C(0 pounds of silver was takenc in at the gates. An account says ''that it was haLiled from the groun ds on a dray, accomn pained Iv the treasurer, two de)pu ties and two policemen. Fifty thous and people attended the Fair on that lday." 'rTe New Orleans City Item con tinues to tre...

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. — 30 October 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, or tirell As st Saturday, October 30, 1897. thing --- -- - ==- gent] L. K. BARIBER, bullc the r ArTor-AT- LAW. te Lake P'rov:idence, La. at Ii P. S. STIICKER, AID., forge ced(1 PFrcticing Fbysiciepn, It n Oflce at Campbell & Chaze Drug deal Store on Levee street. t(le c SI'ECLIL l0J77€TIC' I wish to notify the gentlemen of Phil P'rovidence adt rieinity that I oa rep- Spril resenting the (Clothinl House of LA V!I tt' CO, of 'ChicaiGo, the leading Cloth ing llo.:,e in the ucrlted Stlces. A. it has guarantee,.. and )freight paid on atll If lI: goods. I lnt m .soinl a pretty line of SYva samples. &nd im your' orders. Will after call on you if inoilelt(l. II. G. MOIiRIS. Mi ien Lomon, IMiss. Mr. -- -- - --- -who Locall aria Parish News. I luck .-. . . I - f r o n The first -on'ut. of school has passed. in', S rviccs at the Churches to-mnorrow. rtu The lill cotton continues to come glad in. The 30th of October acd no frost yet. rive t Ifore Our paper mail i...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 30 October 1897

oa we xwa as6i =aseast C ]7y a seaaa Persoas of herculean build fre quently posses a minimum of genuine vigor, oI=, and ebhltUt bls endurance than very small people. Real vigor means the ability to digeas and sleep well, and to perfo m a reasonable amount of daily phylehal and mental labor Wl1 without unnatural fatigue. It is because a course of Hlotetter's Stomach Bitters enables the enfeebled dyas:epti to resume the allotted Wi activity of every day life, as well as to particl- th pte without dis-cmfort in its enjoyments, that la m such a pro-eminently useful medicine. nit of A man who laughs at his own joke usually he tells a poor story. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children he feething,softens the gums,reducing inflamma- tot tlon.allays pain,cures wind colic. 25c.a bottle. - pr' Every man is secretly proud if his beard is tic stiff and hard to cut. m I believe Piso's Cure for Cor.sumntion saved mi my boy's life last summer.--Ms. ALLI Douo- hbi iass, LeRoy, Mich., Oct. 20, 1...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 November 1897

VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1897.O, 21. - - . . .. - A n 'D-'UVrT it. )-IWI.R ' -D Indian women on ponies dawing ELEPHANTS FIGHT A DUEL .h th ost plow ws dg KLONDIKE. over the riountalns and far away, Many a husba ], many a son, In the regions of ice and snow, An many a father, to some one Ilany a pilgrim is trudginug to-da ny manwho is dear to some one With a healt fall of hodo and shouting' Is cllmWi the glaciers, leading through "To-ho For Klondike!" Inany a mother and many a wife And many a one that is dear, Over the mountains, beyonds t t he yatns, Is dreaming to-day of a happier life Where the gralt river winds to the sea, And hopefully waiting to hear Many a pioner jinzle s his gains, From Klondikel And sinugs in na fr'nziel ncstasy In Kiondike! And thousands and thousands of golden Thousands and'thousands of miles away, A hopes, And many a lream that is fair In the lann of tha 1;olar d ear, Are destined to die on the frozen slop...

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. — 6 November 1897

TkE BANNER-0DEMOCRAT. -i-- nml-n- otyocnK--- ---i PUBLISIiED EVERY SATURDAY AT W LAKE Pl'i.Y ti,F NCE,. LA. tt 1'i The Gare a;,, o i-- lll io p.riOtll c ' llon. ,! i;S- E. l \-NEIL for thet lsitil,1 (,t It,) . :ate to 1hi. Con.-ti t tctio i: o f l ie I e)m )c'a ai c a rtv, .. The Governor of Mi-sissilppi hasc been unmercifully raked over the c coals lately by the an.ti-MeLaurin papers. Whether he deserved all their abuse, it is hard to say. Mrs. Cleveland, wife of ex-Presi dent Clev'eland, gave birth to a boy on Thursday last. The household is now composed of three girls and a boy. He has 'ern tr. a;cd Grover, Jr. To-day is tLe sixty-first day since the first cse of yellow fever was pro nounced in New Orleais. During that period fully I ')0 cases have been recorded nith not ove.r 150 deaths.  -- : =: .. . The qulara tine kept the Populistsl from lho,.li,,g ti:eir convention in October. The date Las been changed ! to Noveiber 16, at which time the eoLvention will bie held at Monroe...

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. — 6 November 1897

THE ARNEFR-DEMOCRATL Saturlay, Nve ,!cr ;. "897.. , L- L.r.k ?''ovi.,,c e, La. P. S. '.T ICI(hl.R, iMr)., e FrE ý,ici uPhysicianr Offce r.t Cailhbell & Chaze Drng , orr ye oi Eovee street. S PECIAL NOTICE. c I u:'ih to no,/ti' the getCt?emin ,)f I P1roridlen,, , «:;i ,inity that 1 am rep rcse.nliing th (c'lthi,ti1;, Hicnse of LAJi c& CO., of c'hicoyo, tlh, leadqin C(lo:,.- s inq HJu0.,c ":i tce Lititld ,St!tc~. A fit t q'o(/ railed, , ild .freight paid on all !e)nds. 1 OI ..',olo inU a i 'jetty line qf t saniples. Sead tie r!or oe)dirs. Will Cdl oil 1"" f notili('l. I 1. G. MORRIS, e 1ci Lomnon, Miss. t Local and Parish News. Your town taxuc are due. Cool, bracing tnornings. .et all I)cmocrate stick together. It is time to raisc the quarantine. Servi ecs at (Le churches to-morrow. The boiidaye are fast approaching. Police Jury meceting on Wednesday next. Max Ley. fcr overcoats and winter Monday was a cold and disagree able day. We have gotten rid of the duat for sometime. ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 November 1897

' Wbat tkind or lagaage wu that BIG you were talking to baby just now, gmamma?' asked little Ethel. "That's baby talk, my dear," replied the moth- A BR er. "And did I once understand that, mamla"n-Yonkers Statesman. Suddy-Between you and' me, I be Exist h eve my wife thinks more of the butch- side or than die does of me. the Duddy-You don't mean it! the SFuddy-I do; but I am not jealous. W Duddy-Not jealous? worn Fuddy--YT wouldn't be surprised it brid yeou knew what kind of.thoughts she idle thinks of hbm.-Boston Transcript. the 'Phoi Mere Bandles of Nerves. it Some peevish, querulous people seem mere busiles of nerves. The least sound agitate bricl their saenaortiumsand rufles their tempers. ho tileN doubt they are born so. But may not their aervousn b amelorted, if not entirely re-in tl ltevedt Usquestionably, and with ilostetter's high Stemach Bitters. By cultivating their diges Slon, and insunring more complete asstimilation foun of the food with this admlrable corrective, they...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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