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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

.y 1^ i \ IN TAFT MESSAGE President points out neces- sity of curtailing expen- ses to lawmakers. ANNUAL DOCUMENT IS READ Conservation, 8hlp Subsidy and For- tification of Panama Canal Lead- ing Topics Discussed—Has Little to Say About Tariff. Washington, Dec. 6.—Economy in government affairs is the keynote of president Taft's annual message read before both houses of congress today. The message approximates 40,000 ^rords and is one of the longest ever submitted by a president. Conservation of the public domain, chip subsidy, fortification of the Pana- ma canal and the continuation of the present tariff board are the leading subjects touched upon. He also re- views the work of the various gov- ernment departments and concurs in recommendation, tending toward the bettering of the service, made by sev- eral of the members of his cabinet. Economy Is Urged. In dwelling on the urgent need for economy In government expenditures, the president says: "Every effort has been made by each depa...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

. . i, • \ MR rv- mm IE N Publish** Every Thursday. M. P. Heux, Editor and ProprUtor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Om Year . ll'OO. Six llootbii .BO ThrM Month*, • •«•••••••• .25. 3^ J — fr/isr. ill $£$11 — and power of the State. But bad men in office degrade that office and in doing so injuriously af- fect the State, and it makes no difference whether it is the high- est office, in 'the State or the low- est.—Schulenberg Sticker. mt-- •> Entered aa second-class matter March t, 1908, at the postoftice at Mexia, Texas, under the act ot Congress of March S. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $Vj.OO $600.00 % " 7.B0 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 20 cents. 8 issues—per inch SB cents. 4 issues—per inch B0 cents. 1 Tear each issue—per inch 10 cts, PRINTERS. I have a 24-inch paper cutter for sale at a bargain. Been brok- en but repaired and is now as strong as ever, but I have put in a new and larger...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

i "*w% ? -Jr - "w \ y v•• •• ■■ ■"?■:>'(*;••• >"•'■•■ • , . •••' - «■ %•.••..4.-, ,. mIii*{-T- ■ If V .,;. •" • 'rj^ ••: •" ' ^ ; ' TSfr-^''Wife# !K pflplw^'v;'"'v'4'" ■""" • "■ t M| • l^PFP* Fl Accuracy and publicity PROVES TO be A POPULAR MOTTO. luP jfe Prompt Reiponis to Bold Move of President Vail.—"Accuracy" Reduc- ed Western Union's 8urplus $13,- 000,000^—"Publicity" Restored Con- fidence. and Its 8tock Went Up. 1 J fl *« .. ' V Ft / t I !■ i r 9fi = M L Home Town Helps BOOMING THE HOME TOWN Are the great financiers of the country beginning to see a new light? (Time wn«, until recently in fact, when the men it the^head of the big cor- porations "kept their business to themselves," as far as the law would allow. Capable men at the head of the big concerns, long realized the weak- ness of their position, but what was needed obviously, as In all great re- forms, was an unmistakable occasion and a courageous man. The occasion arose In the purchase of the Western Union Telegr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

K - - ■ -^ Kaawg^ E ^hL. *feafe; - m MM BftfVM* to tk« fcoow method* ... Mick uhMar cold wat«r o« viibif, lot* of Mvtd fruit with jmn kwwit, «te., but what do you do wka th«M fall? .r&sS tow you Vncf^thty'wJinij Jesus, as "*•«?•h5uia4tr5*lw,o^."SSiSJi when they turned back to look on On Sunday evening & Urge au- dience, at the Baptist church, heard Dr. L. D. Bass from the text in John 4-28, 29, discuss the "Waterpots." Jesus was tired. Our artists owe us yet two com- panion 'otures,—the one of the disciples saw him • ™««II maue •an I *oaa you are trytn* • remedy, as thouai Dr. Caldwell's Syrui Bt < 5" 7a^3^d*lScEt'iScsJStheir wfly t0 bu?' food>as he sat rmeiinrt«°<ninP'?*■ iirj '°S and rested> leaning with limbs re* •uaroteed to bTSJSSt* to to rS laXed' with fa(?e Weary> yet gt'n brtif" iWl^net,."m^hhwdatb^wi tle' and the 0theF °f Jt'SUS 88 muscles are trained to again do thelri they found him when they came work normally, so that to the end you? , ... « '« aw...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

SECOND SECTION-4 Pages See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura**e, flerfia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. 39 Eleventh Year MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1010. 11.00 Per Tear LAW CENTER OF TEXAS DIS- COVERED. ■A Commercial Secretaries Prepare Map and Present Statistics On Legislation. ' Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 1. The approach, of the Thirty-Sec ond Legislature and the possibil- ity of Association to locate, as far as mathematical analysis will permit, the map showing the "Law Center" of Texas and finds it to be about 15 miles west cf Palestine. During the 30th Legislature, the law center rested near Rusk, but it traveled on its westward journey along the right of-way of the Texas State Rail- road and the 31st Legislature leaves the center near the map be low: A RECORD RREAKER. ecutives. This county has given us three Governors who have held the scepter 11 years. The Governor is largely responsible Our daily attendance this fall for quantity and quality of laws has...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

« Wgf tM f f :| m ? '' 1 11/ I# n * j f v.. ■ '* s I ",V IMp Stt ■; 'n P'- v . , ; £-#•" ip:;"' .. BBS *? ,W *• «• V ** V .V* £ *''W * <•<•• 'h~ rYaaabgatofc, f ' ■■■ $ \ V' | j 'Jji $ ©UT! W8B8 We Positively Are Going to Close Out Every Item of the A. J. Wag- ner Bankrupt Stock and Have Put Prices on Every Item to Move It «T '1 ■ it) >*i 5 To be Able to Take Care of All Your Wants 7f X > We have added new goods so that you may make your entire bill with us and save money on each article. This stock was bought with the idea of moving it quickly. ,{ The first effort brougjit good results, but we still have on our shelves ••-i. : • a****! - 1 .'L W-'j" I ofGoods That Are ruh \ . 1 ft. ft jti [ H 1 n. I r 1 ■^-TTT T7 Price is the Lev^jr J^hat Mus| pe Applied to Ac(;op^plish This Result and We Are GOING TO BEAR. DOWN HARD V." \ eg*} -•* Opportunity knocks but once at your door and now you hear a rapping JUST IN TIME FOR YOU TO MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS PURCHASES AT A OREAT SAVING ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

cms m L m0W**w* jmriMXsrr,:i-.s wP^-W-' ■f-rsflf ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tion- .made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M, WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. * • ______ Bring your hide* wool and beeswax and get the highest cash price.—0. Folk A representative of this paper made a casual visit to the Marble Yard this morning. The yard is now owned by Messrs. Slater & Perrell and these enterprising gentlemen are sparing neither la- bor nor expense in their efforts to build up a large enterprise in our city. They have a munber of finished monuments neatly ar- range^ on bases in the front of their establishment ami their workshop is crowded with partly finished designs. They have re- ceently doubled their force of workmen and are kept busy fill- ing orders from n...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

MM H ^ *• y mm f v ■tei ms ewes W$m sf"W0 '■H- LOOK OH? rOB BSD A JUST PUNISHMENT. On Baok of 8pider. It Deadly Poison. The poison of cobras and cop- perheads is known to be deadly enough to fill the popular mind with horror, though the horror is somewhat mitigated by the re- moteness of the danger from the common walks of life. But now we are given to understand that this danger is mere moonshine in comparison with a greater one that may be saiu to find a place in every home. "So far is known, its poison is the most virulent and powerful, drop for drop, secreted by any living creature." This is the lan guage of a living naturalist, Sam- uel Hopkins Adams, who is speaking of a common domestic spider found all over the United States, lurking around every woodpile and outhouse. It varies in size from that of a large pea to a maximum of half an inch in length, black in its body, bearing ever a red spot upon its back, a most useful danger signal. "' Cobra virus,• in the minute quantity ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

SlPlifc--' ' .. '* i •<«?;- iSHsv ii '*■*>** -. t -?**•( J «v-• '<< £>*■ '" •' "' - *~ . <■; ... a-1 * *' • ... .. J... .... .Ar ' p- ••.• 4%„ . "... , J FIRST SECTION—8 Pages See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insuraime, fleda, Texas. :■ ■; '. " '?P ., , ,fP mz' Mexia Weekly Herald. JDaventh Tear MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1910. 11.00 Per Ye ' <■ \ ll \ i I j. p L v J \ n is r <• Court House Notes ■Groesbeck Journal. ^ Commissioners Court. rrhe following proceedings were in the commissioners court last week. Tlie resignation of J. C. Eaves, who was elected constable of pre- cinct No. 8 was accepted, he hav- ing moved out of the precinct .and G. T. Brown of Thornton was .appointed in his stead. The official bond of Geo. W. Herod as Tax Collector with J. D "Whiteomb, J. H. Smith, J. H. Rogers and F. A. Collins as sure- ties, was approved. The Court authorized the pur- chase of 12 Groesbeck school bonds of the denomination of $500.00 each, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

wm< tbwl evttjt Tfaunday. '".. Editor and Proprietor. I-v[.'v: ' \ V' w&Wf f'W'", ri Eft' J& SSr*a 8^wV:j? if >ux JA, TEXAS Preelpltattaa 1* •Tiatlon'i wont • ' «my ' •? * .%.-'4uvtaa ;4- ••. Airships have not yet tiled freight tariffs. IN TEXAS A MOST WONDERFUL DEVELOP- MENT RECORD. .. IV Winter is loo king over the fence at us. Mtf] $Z&- Nicaragua gives signs of refusing to stay put "The hobble skirt is passing," says a fashion note. But slowly, of course. One of the requisites of an aero- plane flight Is a check*for a good-sized amount. One of the shocking new plays 'brought out In New York is named "Electricity." The thumping of the steam pipes In (the early morning means more noise but not more heat Chinese officials must give up theli Jobs or their queues. The latter wlU naturally have to go. - J' A London scientist has invented a sure cure for a cold. So has every- body else In the world. A Hoosler dentist has planned a tooth Insurance policy. He may bite of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

V:. A ('! ' "S v / IV \ v ' / J, t> I ; ..... rf..—.. •■ ■ ;l - > ' - — - IF YOU HAVE . * ss=e SENATE PROMPTLY CONFIRMS WHITE MARTIN KNAPP TO rtBAD NEW COURT. -A.' / OTHER NOMINATIONS HELD DP -8omo Nominations May Be Held Up by the 8enate Pending Investigation. *\ r Washington, Dec. 13.—President fkft named Associate Supreme Jus- tice E. D. White, a Southern Democrat, aa Chief Justice of the United States to jBuoceed the late Melville W. Fuller. Justice White's nomination was Imme- diately confirmed by the Senate -with- out the formality of a refence to the Judiciary Committee. But the remain- der of the list of nominations for the two vacancies among the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, for the five place on the new Commerce Court and for two vacancies on the interstate Commerce Commission will ■be carefully scrutinized in the ju- diciary and other committees and in the Senate before they are confirmed. It is not impossible that a vigorous fight may be made on some o£...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

J. .■)!, mi ViW&' r-' t mm* \ - v - :mm\ ,. jjS * .V|j fijje,, •."'••>*, . raMU. 4 , * a ■ '<-■'• i .. r • ' . T' « ', • : /• ?m*K/ &£&V) r 3, :^'i- «v: 93 Beginning Saturday Morning, De- cember 17,1910, Our Entire Stock of .«. V . ■-—■ Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing Will Go a>.t Absolute WHOLESALE COST During the Remainder of Our Great FLemoval Sale. And Remember We Are Offering the Best Bargains irv i. ■ y.irfi - _ ' v '« ' ■ "i ••- riC ' \ V Dry Goods, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Etc. That Ha.ve Ever Been Offered in Mexia. It will Pay You to ca.ll and see us a.nd let \is price you your winter bill of Goods Everything in the Store is Tagged With a Removal Price YOURS FOR. BUSINESS MEXIA PAUL NORMAN TEXAS « ft *1 ""THE HERA Published Every Thursday. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Six Months, Three Months .50 .25. Sintered as second-class matter March t, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

wmjga fc-v.'.'v'; , ' |.' It V <*V \V "\i , ...... I II sffprr jiiE, v. - ' ■:•■:■ ■■-- - ' - «•; -> , .; y' . , • ">■ ■ . V • ' ■ 5 *5\\e Tlace ^0 SCAke X^oxxv 1?ro\ftem A T this store your every want under the Heading Christmas Gift Goods can be •L*- filled. Never before have we bought on such extreme lines. Acceptable re- membrances here at any price you care to invest from 25c upward, that is if you do not delay your shopping until the last week before Christmas. We advise you to do your shopping as early as possible and avoid the rush that will be in evidence the last days before Christmas. We have arranged things so that it will be easy and convenient to shop here —we have also added a number of extra helpers for the holidays, so as not to keep i V' ' $ ; you waiting. Come and see the Christmas Displays whether you wish to purchase or not— we will be glad to have you with us. "leva's SomfcWuxv^ vt\ \\us"£masS\ove ^ovS\)ev^Klembev r f f - * Wimm. P™ 4™ ■ ' &$ir y' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

fe >' I1' ' ' • .• « <*' ?* ' 1 * " \"' £$5$;! "•' * • • '"' ••':'* V$;u,K ;:r>' :' • * ^V''''-; ••:■:' ";, I '* W " ^.: i i 'I'll .V , I II I 'I "' I "'' I ' ' ■ ■ . '■" ' " , . ' L ■• " ' i ' ' ■ lenrnnj-tlialt for Rq '■ ' .,.".-,.r >■ v-, : . - . ■ - . ■■ ' - . I . . : ,■ • lr\ 8 (t i. HE Morrls-Moores bad Just had their first—no, not quarrel—tiff. Harry was now In his study pulling down books he did not want and piling them up on his table. "He selected a row of notebooks bearing title, "The Orisons and the Italian Valleys." He got out extensive white- blotched Swiss survey maps, and flleB of the little "Ladin" paper printed at Samaaden. He had got all this up thoroughly on his last journey, and now was the time to dip deep into the pile of printed and annotated "stuff." It would help hlin to forget anything so absolutely Billy as a little wife upstairs in her room, the tears of temper still wet on her cheeks, and employing her small white teeth in reducing to tatter...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

.1 ] k.' "iVjl':■' l"FW1*' " ■ /- ■ iv * raKS/wJ r. 1 ■■ '= _ \ ." ■ -v' K. ) V Doings THE C^PIT^L k%- Outclass Other Countries in Savings RAVINGS WASHINGTON.—More than 9,000,- 000 depositors In the savings banks of the United States hold over $4,000,000,000. In the last year the number of saviogs bank depositors has Increased over 300,000. The total amount of their deposits has risen $357,000,000 in twelve months. The average amount of every depositor's account Is $445, which Is nearly $25 mora than the averago the year be- fore. It Is certain that not less than $6,- 000,000 in bank deposits can fairly b« counted as savings. The national banks hold about $800,000,000 of such deposits. The trust companies have about $700,000,000 In savings accounts. The state banks hold over $500,000- 000 on savings bank conditions. Total lavlngs deposits of the country can- not fall under $6,000,000,000. There ire more than 15,000,000 separate accounts In that immense sum. The contrast between thes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

: .. ... .' :k- s*& J*%,' f!]F ^ 1 I -rf.s-t.'-: Hf.vV''- • '.■rajsaiffaw.3s*j a*iB^ >F TXZA8. * W - COU'*.'* WITH DOG AND GUN and lots of game, the most exhilar- ating of sport is afforded over autu- mn field and hillside; but if your gun and ammunition is not of the best, the keenest of sportsmen will only sutfer disappointment. In view of this fact we wish to call attenti- on to the high quality of rifles and I shotguns to be had at Jackson Bros . t & Co., who also carry a full stock : * of the very best makes of loaded - ; shells, black and smokless powder, I shot, etc. Jackson Bros.' Co H. & T. C. R R to "On Time" Are you going away spend Christmas? Have you friends com- ingjtojvisit you? In'either case use the road of Oil Burning Locomotives LOW HOLIDAY RATES For'tickets and further| information call on agents of H. & T. C. Railroad or address;' T. J, Anderson, Gen'l Pass, Agt. Houston. Texas. Visit The Old Folks at Home Holiday Excursion Rates VIA T. k- B. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

- ili IJPI, iKmi'';'? • ."■ .? -V "V I ■:?fe'"-5) jipsts? ?■• "f if%^fli:; ;W ' ; . # •: k.::; ■ * v. * ' ' SE;3 43 SHJriON-4 P*g*i See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant, fletfla, Texas. VE ) $ I .1 te M § % a f< it h( w. Sd loi ttif d< bi o; B h U (1 B cl tj a W L y* The Mexia Weekly Herald. Baventh Tear MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1910. 91.00 Par Tmi —«g I For 1911 f-' While in town doing your Xmas shopping come in and let us fix you up for your 1911 papers and save you enough to buy the baby a doll or a dress or Xmas | toys. " * We Offer to Both New and Old Subscribers The Following: CLUBBING RATES Special Bargain No. 1 The Mexia Weekly herald, per year ( Dallas Semi-Weekly News \ Choice of ; Houston Semi-Weekly Post ^ y Ft Worth Semi-Weeklv Record ) Texas Farm and Ranch, per year Holland's Magazine per year Total - This Club for A saving to you of $1.00 $ 1.00 per year 1.00 1.00 .50 $3.50 2.50 Special Bargain No. 2 The Mexia Weekly Herald / Dallas ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

Wi WmfJSKt m WW- '■ , i - :V; /•, M —,< • ■S®i8r? sk® ■ . • > "■>}.' / i ifU "Bll m mm '4* "I* 4*1 Hr 4 , *1*' ^ J4, -I' ; 'i* 4"> HE* K- mmi M I ' 3 4 a • Sty i ,,: **r f a^:l i *) gEii _" ■ *< • S ■HOHpHi *r -J*' >!♦ t *f* *t*' *b ^Hb 4 I • ■ ' ; If #TW If •# j® ' ' r/r * e T. V r4 - \ i O Of«Strength and Character We present for your consideration a sale of rare interest and first class Mer- chandise—theT. A. White kind—known not only for its goodness and worth, but for its]|style!ifeatures—yet best of all is the wonderfully low prices, quoted on each and every article in this stock. An[urgent {demand on us for cash makes this sale an actuality—we need the money and|you reap the benefit by being able to buy good goods cheaper than you ever bought'them in Mexia. Sale Opens Saturday Dec. FREE! FREE! An Error In our big Circular we state that Groceries and Hardware are included in this Sale— X this is a typographical error as we do not carry Groceries or|Hardware. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

■ r: '/V' k I W •''!'-V?<-:f l-^Si Mm®53 vV''Vr'■1: ■ ■' -7, i ii r ^ aj. 4S. ."*■: I ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. M. fA. Tooke had all five of hie eons with him the past ^ireek. Ed, of Oklahoma City, Will of Port Worth, Leonard of Hills- boro, and Mills and Doyle, who live at home. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tifis made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges, W. M. WHITE, Lawyer 7 > Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. Silverware, cut glass, jewelry and all kinds of beautiful articles for holiday gifts will be on exhib- it at Roller's Drug store. Col. J, Sandford Smith's new home has been completed and he will move in this week. Only a short time to wait for Santa Clans. We will let him loose nex,t week.—Pittman: Joha Ezell has resigned his po- sition with W. R. Rogers and will devote his time to the millinery b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 December 1910

mmm 5a&w;; . : * ' .*' • ,;"" ■ ' f ■' ■ ' — ,-■■■ : ) . . . uummsmmmammBrnmrnBsmmmmmamm*' BAilCUM'l EfsS u J I Th« on* U for your pride is I; the other lor yomr life ul Both are important, but of importance is the toof loos. To do this you must btvi two movement* of tbo bowels ~oh twenty-teur hour* It rSu .yttera does not do thU naturally, in the process Of eating and drlnklnc. then you must Obtain aid of some kind. After finding out that cathartics, salts and such things relieve you for a day, but bind you up worse than ever the next day. then try a stapler and more natural remedy like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. For the skeptical the best way to be- to send your name and address to •in to t< _, . Dr. Caldwell for a free sample bottle. UM It as directed and If It convinces you that a brief continuance of Its use will relieve you permanently—that it will train the stomacn and bowel muscles to Spain work naturally at certain hours- then buy It of your druggist at fifty cents...

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