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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 December 1897

VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1897. NO. 27. HAPPY TIMES. There's somethirs' like a jingle an' a tingle in the air, Fer the honey's jest a-drippin' from the hives: The Belds are lookin' frosty with the white that blossoms there, An' the corn crap's jest the biggest of our lives! Summer's a-goin' Needn't beat the drums; We're bound to have a showin' When the fall time comes! There's somethin' like a jingle an' a tingle everywhere, An' the blue smoke has a meanin' as it curls; They're tunin' of the fiddle, an' there's music in the air, An' we'll soon be swinging corners with the girls! Summer's a-goin'- Needn't beat.the drums; We're bound to have a showin' When the fall time comes! -F. S. STANTON, in Atlanta Con stitution. "ONLY PIULINE." BY ETTA J. WEBB. The day was a cheerless one even for November. Perhaps it was for that very reason that the shabby lit tie sitting-room looked so cosy. There was a bright wood fire in the grate diffusing a ...

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. — 18 December 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE P'ROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER, pnulis~her and Proprietor. ilt..ial TI'ON : 00_1'0 PER YEAL. Satu;day, a DeceC!,er 18, 1897. Mlr. Chan. .!aivier, head of the Citizen"' Le'ige in Newv O(leans, in an in!ervicw with the lha:!y States rupon the re.:ilt of the convetinl o that mret at Baton llougv' last week, says: '-In my opinion, the ticket nom inated yv the convention at Iaton Rouge wi!l ,ommamln the lharty I support of every true I)etnocrat in the State. It nety tot be in every respect a perfect ticket, and the over-capt ious nu'vy fid suficient flaws in it to sateify their fault-find ing proclivitie.. In some particul ars (and they are by no means few and far bet ween) the ticket cannot hoe improved upon. As a whole it is an excellent ticket and fully wor thy of the litarty support of every white man in Louisiana, who earn estly desires to absolutely insure the supremacy of his race, and to elim inate from our politics the vic...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 December 1897

THE BARHER-OEMOCRAT, Saturlda-, D)eccluber 18, 1897. P. S. STitiCK ,P, MFD., Fran ir'. Fhy~ ician, (: jice at ('iatlpbCel & Chaze Drug C Store on evee street. a I.ocal an! PIarishl News. DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, De n tist, a I)elony Office, next to Postomfice. ALL WE ASK of the public is to call and get our iprices-compare them with ::ny in town-and we will guarantee we can save you money' on Groceries. t MA(GUIRE & SCINEIDER. a Blustering weather on Monday. Santa Claus is knocking at the door. Ilail, wind and rain Sunday night Send your washes to the Chinese laundry. c W. N. White carries a line of flue blankets. We will call on you to.day for the amount due us. St. Jdbn's day will be celebrated by the Masonic order. We have not beard of any mention of a Christmas tree. n Judge J. M. Kennedy returned a home Sunday morning. c There will be services at the Churches on Christmas day. t Maguire & Schneider have been y ringing up the customers this week. Seven and a half per cen...

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. — 18 December 1897

A Od r essmaes lorseshoes. ( Congressman Russell, of Connectl cut, has something like a bushel of horseshoes which he has picked up. Six or eight fine specimens ornament or disfigure his apartments at the Ham ilton in Washington, and the remainder of the bushel, except a few, are stored In an old box at his home in Killingly. The few which are especially reserved from the collection in the box are hanging on the port waist oar which Russell used to pull a winning stroke with in the old six-oared crew of Yale - College in '73. 1eke U p. Yes, wake up to the danger which threatens you if your kidneys and bladder are inactive or weak. Don't you know that if you fail to impel them to action. Bright's disease or diabetes awaits you? Use Hostetter's Stom al-h hitters without delay. It has a most beneficial effect upon the kidneys when slug gish.ll and upon the bowels, liver, stomach and Lnervous syatlOm. The Gleenland whale, it is said, sometimes attains an age of 4tU years. After phy.icia...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1897

-'-" , "- 71 i VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1897. NO. 28. THE OLD HOMESTEAD. Its worn-out acres fallow lie, Unpruned the orchard stands For they who tended them long since Have gone to other lands One to the prairies of the West, And one across the sea; The rest have reached that blessed Country Where partings may not be. The elm boughs tap the skylight dim As in the days agone, They tapped to waken merrily The little folk at dawn. The woodbine curtains tenderly The shattered window pane, Yet grants admittance to its friends, The sunshine and the rain. No step, no whisper, breaks the hush. But histl A sweep of wings Athwart the attic's dreaming dusk, And tender twitteringsl A tenant for the empty nest? See-from the window ledge A phoebe bird calls to its mate Upon the cradle's edge! And in the cradle, vacant long, Four downy fledgelings peep And cuddle close. They'll dream of wings And twitter in their sleep All through the quiet summer ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT i. LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Publlisher and Proprietcr. --t QUBSCRIPITION : 2200 PER YEAR.. t Saturday, December ?.1, 1897. ------- ---- if Democratic Ticket. For Delegate to Constitutional Con vention: JOS. E. RANSDELL. DELEGATES-AT- LA RGE. Albert Estopinal. of St. Bernard; t nats. O'Conner, Charles T. Soniat. Geige W. Flyun and John St. Paul, of Orleans. F. A. Monroe, 11. Dickson Bruns. T. R. Rickardson, Henry G. Hester, of Orleans; L 1. Marrero, of Jefferson. R. N. Simms, of Ascension; Andrew Price, of Lntourche; J. Y. Sanders, of St. Mary; Edward McCollum. of Terre bonne, and A. P. Pujo, of Calcasieu. H. H. White. of Rapldes; M. H. Car ver. of Natchitoches; T. F Bell. of Caddo; L. K. Watkins. of Webster; tH. T. Liverman, of DeSoto. T. M. Wade. of Tensas; J. B. Sny der, of Mzulison; A. K. Clingman. of Claiborne; B. C. Dawkins, of Union; F. C. Stubbs, of Ouachita, E. B. Dubison, of St. Landry; A. V. Coco, of Avoyelles; ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1897

TaE IAIlER-EMOCRAT, • rc [ receives fancy a Saturday, Deceither 25, 1897. 'WE TWE P. S. S'T'RICKER, MD., We n Practicing Fhysici ' thSeriega Omoe at Campbell & Chase Drug sight. Store on Levoe street. the holl Miss Ki Local and Parbsh News. that be DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, on SatI IeOntlit a glooti Delony Oece, next to rostomce. until n but Mc ALL WE ASK it co of the publiJ.is to call and get our and co prices--compare them with any in town-and we will guarantee we can The save you money on Groceries. with 1 MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. have b Services this morniug at the severa Catholic Church, are uc Episcopal Church, aitin Christmas gift. of it g Turn over a new leaf. The '98 Is at the threshold. town 1 Mackintoshes at White's. umns mcrch Marshal Peck wants your taxes. small It is mud, mud--nothing but mud. bave i You have one more week to register shows In. God bless you all, is our sincere er of wish. The Firemen's team should be sup- the lo ported. out b There will be acres of cot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1897

A Vahuable raelsed seemrel. fhe franchise qt easy digestion-one of the moet valuable in the gift of medical science can be secured by any person wise enough' to use Hoetetter's Stomach Bitters, either to suppress growing dyspepsia. or to uproot it at maturit . Bilious. rheumatic and fever and ague sufferers, persons trou bled with nervous ness and the constipatel, should sl-o secure the health franchl.se by the sarume means. The bridge at MI:. i, Canada, is nearly two miles long. Piso's Cure for ('onelnmtion has saved nc many a doctor's hill. S. F. tiAHlY. Ilopkins Place, Baltimore, MId., Dec. 2, 18:1. Ilorseless carriages have been introduced in the fire delparLmeut of Paris. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing 4vrup for children tleething.eofte'n thi "ine.redllcing inflamma tiun.allays. panin.cores wind colic. . a bottle. !,ongbow .trins were of plaited silk and worth live time- their weight in gold. Fits permanently cured. No fits or nervous re- a:fter firt l:,v's use of I)r. Kline's ;l'eat...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 1 January 1898

Vbe &OInnCtrROmm.L P.NO VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1898. NO. 29; REST, Let us rest ourselves a bit. Voyage off, beneath the trees, Worry? wave your hand to it- O'er the field's enchanted seas, Klis your finger-tips and smile -Where the lilies are our sails. It farewell a little while. And our seagulls, nightingales. Weary of the weary Iay Where no wilder storm shall beat We have come since yesterday. Than the w:nd that waves the wheat, Let us fret us not, In dread And no tempests burst above Of the weary way ahead. The old laughs we used to love. While we yet look down-not up-- Lose all troubles-gain release, To seek out the buttercup Languor and exceeding peace, And the daisy, where they wave Cruising Idly o'er the vast O'er the green home of the grave. Calm mid-ocean of the past. Let us launch us smoothly on I.et us rest ourselves a bit. Listless billows of the lawn, Worry? wave your hand to it And drift out across the main kiss you...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 1 January 1898

THE BANNEI-DEMOCRAT: UIBLISIHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. wh JAMES. N. TURNER, publisher and Proprietor. M lrUBSCRIPTION: 22rn PER YEAR. tet tih Saturday, Jinonry 1, 1898. and _________res Democratic Ticket. GO all For Delegate to Constitutional Con- ir vention: e:i JOS. E. RANSDELL. ab DELEGATES-AT-LARGE. CO Albert Estopinal. of St. Bernard; ~:as. O'Conner, Charles T. Soniat. pli Geoge W. Flnn and John St. Paul, of WI Orleans. F, A. Monroe, HI. l)ickson Bruns. T. 5) R. Rickardson, Henry G. Hester. of va Orleans; L. H. Marrero, of Jefferson. R. N. Simms, of Ascension; Andrew fas Price, of Ltourche; J. Y. Sanders, of fie St. Mary; Edward McCullum. of 'Terre- es bonne, and A. P. Pujo, of Calcasieu. th 11. H. White. of Rapulos; M. H. Car- UI ver. of Natchitoches; T. F Bell, of Caddo; L. K. Watkins, of Webster; H. tli T. LivernAn, of DtSoto. of T. M. Wade. of Tunsas; J. B. Sny- m der, of Madison; A. K. Clingman. of te Claiborne; B. C. I)awvkins, of Union; ca F. C. Stubbs,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 1 January 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. . Saturday, January 1, 1898. P. S. STRICKER, MD., Practicing PhyEiclan, 1rDce at Campbell & Chase Drug Store on Levee street. Local and Parish News. DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, D)exntirt, * Delony Ooffie, next to I'oetomce. I"Our stock was never more complete than now. Our prices are lower than ever. Trust us with your Grocery business during 1898, and we will save you money. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. Court on Monday. 1898, good morning. Be sure and write it '98. Fog on Monday morning. Begin the new year well. The river continues to rise. Cotton seed continues down. 11th of January, the election. Read the election proclamation. The evil doers will get justice next week. Father Mahe left yesterday for Milli kin's Bend. Knights of Pythias meeting on Tues day evening. There was lots of money that went up in smoke. Remember the Fireman's meeting on Monday night. Clover brand shoes are guaranteed by W. N. White. Guenard's Christmas truck was en tirely cleaned out. Don't ...

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. — 1 January 1898

r A poor miner M pnnay1vamI la saidn to have fallen heir to $75,000 by the death of an uncle who came to himn in the disgir*se of a tramp and was kindly received. This story reads as though it had been written by some William Whiskers with a fancy for tales of imagination and a desire to have his kind treated well by those whom they would in the future solicit for "handouts." The announcement is made that seven convicts in the Kings County penitentiary, New York, have gone in sane i The author of a work called "The Gold Standard" has raised his voice in protest against the action of a Sen ator who incorporated the entire text of the volume in a speech he made and had it reprinted in the Congressional Record. It is now being distributed free of charge to the constituents of the Senator and others. The author has a clear case against the Senator under the copyright law if he wishes to prosecute it. This is not the first time that Congressmen have done this thing, but this man is the f...

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. — 8 January 1898

VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1898. NO, 30. MOLLY'S KISS. Rave thirty years gone by, indeed, since she and I were young, And skies were bright, and earth was new, and love its rondels sang? It seems to-day I hear her sing as plain as then I heard, Sweet "Afton Water" and "Ben Bolt," and "Maggie"--every word; And how her eyes grew tender, and how hope sprang elate For life was bliss with Molly's kiss, down by the farmstead gate. The moonlight o'er the fodder fields still shines as bright as then; The plaining of the whippoorwill vet echoes down the glen; And I suppose that lovers like to linger there as we, Their eyes filled with the light that ne'er shone yet on land or sea; But do they love as we loved then when we would linger late, And life was bliss for Molly's kiss down by the farmstead gate? The world is filled with prosy things-there's little now to cheer; Gray hairs tell plain the time to leave off cakes and ale is here; Yet somethin...

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. — 8 January 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. JAMES N. TURNER, Publisher and Proprietor. eUBSCRII"'TION: $200 PElt YEAR. Satnrday, Jinnary 8, 1898. Democratic Ticket. For Delegate to Constitutional Con vention: JOS. E. ItANSDELL. T)EI.EGATES- AT-LA E. Albert Estopinal. of St. Bernard; J:s. O'Conner, ChIarles T. Soniat. (eoge W. FlI3nn and John St. Paul, of Orleans. F, A. Monroe, 11. )ickson Bruns, T. t. Riekardson, lHeiry G. Hester, of Orleans; I.. H. Marrero, of Jefferson. R. N. Sirniis., of Asceniou; Andrew Price, of Ltlourche; J. Y. Sanders, of St. Marl; Ed lwarld lICullonl. of 'I'erre bonne, and A. 1P. Pujo, of Calcasieu. H. II. White, of RpIdes: M. H. Car ver. of Natchitohes; 1'. F' Bell, of Cadllo; L. K. Walkin. of Webster; tl. T. Livcr nan, of l)Soto. T. At. Wade,. of 'Irns';: .1. B. Sov cder, of M:alison; A. K. Cliniinani, of Cslaiborne; II. C. I)a ikins, of Union; F. C. Stulbbs, of Oulchita, E. 13. )hubison, of St. IRandrv; A. V. Coco, of Av'ovelle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 8 January 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, January 8, 1898. P. S. STRICKEIR, MD., Fractcir c FhyEii an, (f'oe at Campbell & Chaze Drug Store on I cvee street. Local and Parish News. DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, "Do ntist, Delony Officee, next to P'ostoflico. li-Utour stock was never more complete than now. Our prices are lower than ever. Trust us with your Grocery business during 1898, and we will save you money. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. Go and vote on Tuesday. Court cotvened on Monday. Cotton seed continues at $4 per ton. Cotton picking went on all the week. Our town has been crowded this week. Start the beginning of the New Year right. Providence is in a substantial con dition. The new light at White's was ad mired very much. Sunday morning last was the cold est of the winter. The mercury was down to 22 on Sunday morning. 11111 Bro's. are makinga run on their tine line of shoes. The term of the criminal court con vened on Monday. Making arrangements for the new year is now going on. Don't let it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 8 January 1898

Oave as Vase. Sqhls s th e P er of te servous who do Z hot leep well. Let them use Hoetetter' Stomach Bitters and their prayers will be speedily answered. Iasomnia is the product of indigestion and nervousness, two associate a ailments, soon remedled by the Bltterswhich d also vanquishes malaria, conatltio, liver pod complaint, rheumatism and kidney com- r e plaint., th_ There are only three negro telegraph oper- hit ators in this country. Sol A Neasesefnetl Neties. Some folks actually believe that they can aW eure skin dl-O1se through their stomach. It's t absurd on its race--absurd on the face of the man who believes,toobecauenhisdiseasestays fri right there. Stays there till he useeTetterine. 13 Kt s the onlysafe and certain cure for Tetter, Ilngwormcsema and other Itchy Irrltatione 17 Good for Dandruff too. Atdrugstoresa.BcentB, s or by mail from J. T. Shptrlne,Savannah,Ga. The chemical name of Epsom -salts is sul phate of magnesia. ar Piea's Cure for Consumption relieves the th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 15 January 1898

VOL.XLiKe nneteAOPILA0miR8. VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1898. NO. 31. A SONG OF AUTUMN. Ho for the bending sheaves, - Bright 'neath the morning blue Ho for the crimson leaves Sparkles the frosted dow, Flaming in splendor! Gem-like and starry. Reason of ripened gold, Hart how the partridge cock Plenty In crib and fold, Pipes to his scattered flock, Skies and depth untold, MiLndful how swift the hawk Liquid and tender. Darts on his quarryl Far, like the smile of God, Autumn is here again See how the goldenrod Banners on hill and plain Ripples and tosses! Blazing and flying. Yonder, a crimson vine Hail to the amber morn, Trails from a bearded pin% Hail to the heapt-up corn, Thin as a thread of wine Hail to the hunter's horn, Staining the mosses. Swelling and dying! --aes Buckham, in "The Heart of Life." A WEDDING RECEPTION fly HELEN FORREIST GRAVES. f9888888 -UST what I ex pected!" said Miss Delavigue, mournfully. . *She was sitting out on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 15 January 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. F UBLISHED EVERY BATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TUltNEl, Pubtisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: !200 PER YEAR.' Saturday, Jsnuary 15, 1398. Money talks. Marcus Ilanna is the Senator from Ohio. There is not u gold I)emocrat in the Ohio legislature. Every Democrat in that botly is a free silverite. Simon Hernshcinmer, the great cigar merchant and one of the richest men in New Orleans, killed himself last week. Iispondency over the death of his wife is said to be the cause. A.law und order league has been formed in T'angipahoa parish. It is rather late to forim a league of this kind, but there may be enough of the citizens of that parish left to form such a league. Pension attorneys have made a nice thing out of the prosecution of pension claims in the past thirteen years; $13,500,000 is said to have been unde in this length of time by these pension attorneys. The Memphis city election went against the regular Democratic ticket. Every man on the indepen...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 15 January 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. _ , , , plete I Plow Saturday, January 15, :898. Everyt -- - them P. S. STRICKER, MD., offered Pracicing Physician, O(lice at Campbell & Chaze Drug The Store on Levee street. of the .- - the re; Local and Parish News. Friday -- -- .... ously 1 DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, that tl aeztieLst, We Delony Office, next to Postoflce. oppos not ha The election pasted oil quietly. the la! Jake Laudswirth voted in Bend. this, a A heavy rain on Wednesday, morn- get tl ing. the ne Patronize the merchants who adver tise. - progr Now is the time to make ready your Lurch gardens. There is lots of cotton remaining in tiol the field. Prett) Now houses continue to go tp in stores soldier's rest. A great many forgot that Tuesday A was election day. Willit The river after ribing several feet, is tOWn, now falling again. befor llalt of those who registered failed run C to vote on Tuesday. broke The public road to the landing Is itn where a terrible condition Mr Business men are beginnin...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 15 January 1898

A ig Reegular Army. The tsbhUeest host of this sort Is the army Inv&alr whose bowels livers and stommach ve been regulated by Hostetter's Stomach ttr. A regular habit of body is brough Sbout through usin the Bitters not by vio. nhtly agitating and griping the intestines _t by reinforcing the r energy and causelng a 1uw of the bile into its proper channel. salaria. 1 grippe. dyspepsia. and a tendency to inaottivlty of the kidneys, are conquered by the Bitters. i ght troubles one at a time. Knock down Sh first one, and the others will run. three (eed Thtase. Three good things about Tetterine, besides he one great, good fact that it cures. are that tie painless, harmless and has no bad odor. t is the only sure cure for Tetter, Ringworm. sma. Cures them so they stay cured. No tter how long you have had them, 10 oents kotea box at drugglsts, or by mail for &. cents ns cash orstampe fromJ. T. Shuptrine, Savan Oa. Statutes are moulded with little touches. Characters are formed in...

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