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Cm Urtu -re busts 'cuttinirl
i-ir short crop of Ri w k-y.
. . I. 1 Pnill IB UUCtKUi
,4 ii.n r
John Erh, lett;r known aa tmy
i! i tiiiililfnlv in MifHiu
J. I. hrliana wiitfoiv.r.-
led the funeral at Iroxel.
jiss Sarah liomig h been on
i lie -
IVrrv llassingeraml family spent
Sunday wii '1'8, oara"
M'lure seemed t be asleep on
Kl ' ,l;,v us none was ur oe Been
,v when-, not even a penny nag.
0 W. Fisher aud wite toon a
. . C....l.iir lust Wflik.
(ri) i ou"""
The stationary peddler wasarouud
here last week selling packages for
in.. Vmr aci-ibe showed him
the niiw concerning the trade in the
lat wt-ek'8 Iwr.
He made his
George was plowing one day
iw week and cnuM not see why lie
(.0U 1,1 n, it keep the plow in the groii nd,
a litlle girl came aiong aim won vhm
von have no share ou your plow.
P. W. Transfer's little Inty Char-
I, V fell and broke his arm last week
Our supervisor, J. I. Fisher,
..!.. iiii of road last week. If
there was a prize t be given for a
niiHfi of road I euess John
would gel the cak.
Some of our merchants have or
dered a ear load of pails to be' used
for the purpose of shipping buckle
tarries as the crop is expected to lie
a good one, so says itev. uui.
Hnppy Tim ht Old Town.
"We felt very happy," writes It.
X. lievill. Old Town, Va., "when
Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured
our daugbter of a bad case of scald
head " It delights all who use it
for Guts. Corns, Burns, Bruises,
Boils, Ulcers, Eruptions. Infallible
Piloa. Onlv 25a nfc thfl Middla.
burg Drug Co., Graybill, Garman
AJCo.. Richfield, Pa., Dr. J. W. Samp
sell, Pennsoreek, Pa.
FLINT OTONE VALLEY NEWS.
There will be a festival on the
2S day of June in the evening near
the Ehenezer church of this valley.
All are invited.
G. A. Botdorf a saw mill is busy
cutting up the remaining logs of
James Haines and son made a
new saw mill for Chas. Sprenkle
and it is working like a charm.
V. K. Garman has some of
Washington twp's. poor and they
are hunting the potato bugs which
are worth 13 cents per quart.
Wm. Hendricks and W. K. Gar
man cut logs for G. A. Bothdorf.
Miss Eflie Stimeling of this place
is employed by John Hummel of
Sprenkletown tor a tew weeks
Most of our farmers finished plant
ing corn last week. I think the rain
has revived their spirits, a little again.
God knows when we need rain.
Sunday a week Nathanial Trewits
of near Fremont was in this valley.
Chas Kissinger and Mrs. J. A.
Mover are sick.
T. C. Landis says making logs is
not farming or else he would like it
Samuel Straub, wile and grand
daughter and T. C. Landis and wife
were to Northumberland, visiting
Jjewis Straub, who a while ago got
his legs cut off by the cars.
Some of our young folks attended
the Children's day exercises at I louv
er's church Saturday night.
Dilla Moycr visited Chas. Kiss
inger last Sunday.
The Ehenezer Sunday School lias
reorganized for the second time in
1902. Hope for better success.
The cherry crop of this place is a
Samuel Straub, our enterprising
plasterer is busy every day.
The locusts are singing their terri
ble song night and day.
C. O. Skambach was in this val '
' Vlrulml 'iiorr Cnrl.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine is given by Drug
gist O. V. Koberts of Elizabeth,
W Va. An old ma l there had long
suffered with what good doctors
Erououncod incurablo cancer. Thov
elleved bis case was hopeless till
he used Klqclrio Bitters and ap
plied liucklon'a Arnica Salvo, which
treatment oomrlotoly cured him
When Kleotric liittors aro used to
expel bilious, kiduey and microbe
poisons at the saino time this salvo
exerts, its matchless healing power,
blood diseases, skin eruvtions,
ulcers and sores vanish. Hitters,
5c, Salve SRo at the Middloburgh
Drug (Jo , (Iraybill, Garman & Co.,
Richfield, Pa.. Dr. J. W, Sampsell,
Peunscreok. Pa, ,
i . vfcKB,-u
Ueo- '-.aimr ma winuy 01 lauu-
1 more are visiting IT. H. Sechrist .
I Ll I M If1! I an II 1 ttllhi ..I U .b...
. ....... t
mer spent Sunday with hu brother
i V. J. Herman.
Week anion,: friends at Sliuinokii.
Mel chant S. J. Stroud an I family
of HummePn Wharf spent Sunday
with his lather-in-law, J. S. Stahl.
Allen and A. S. Sechrist attend
the convention at HarrUburg last
D. Walter Stroub wa. here over
Joe Walborn and Geo. Foltzwith
theirwivesspeutSuuday at Sunbury.
The Keiser's Sunday School or
ganized last Sunday and ilccted the
Supt., J. I. Aacker:
K. Suhull; Sec., li. W. Aueker.
IX W. Staid is building a new
W. J. Herman, one of our hi
farmers, bought, two new mowers.
one Aiirianeeuncl one Deering,
v . f. Aucker wears a new hat
since the arrival of a female Ixiardvr.
veil from mm awIuI
"Everybody said I had eonsump
tion, ' writes Mm. A. M. Shields, of
Cnamberenure. Ph.. ' f
after six ; mouths of hevere sickness.
ynuiwu uy na.v rever mid AstbinH,
that few thought I could get well,
K'a,ned of the marvelous merit
ol Dr. KiDgs New Discovery for
CooRumption. sed it, and was com
pletelv cured." FnrrlAmu.rj, 'pi,.t
Lung diseases is the safest cure
in the world, and is infallible for
wUSUO, W1US Bllu iironcuiai flffec
2a.T,hn.tee(l liottles 6n0 and
fim Trial bottles free at the
w u iV tJ "lcnneta, ra., Ur. J.
I .ouiupoeij, x-enuscreek, fa.
Miss Lizzie Kshrdach of ILirrU.
burg is visiting her parents nr., I
CO. Gossof Troxelville was a
visitor to town last week and took
m the commencement.
J. C. Thompson, a nrnmlnt
rcti-imiii, oi uiiiianistown. and son
were guests of T. II. Eisenhuth .!
wife. The young man is a fine per
former on thfi ninnn
li. M. Wagenseller lif Plnlo1i.1
phia spent a week with his parents.
Boyd Bleoker, who is in a drug
store in Philadelphia, epent several
dayo with his parents.
Hon. G. A. Schoch and wife of
your town attended commencement.
Air. Schoch was recently elected a
member of the Board of Directors
of the University.
The commencement exercises last
week were among the kst, if not
the best ever held here. There
were more visitors in town than lor
many years. All the exercises from
first to last were well rendered and
well received. The literary society
receptions exceeded any ever hold;
the graduating exercises in all the
departments were of a high order.
..v. ui.iiiirinti contest was
so close among the five younggentle
mcn that the judges could hardly
decide which had Micccodcxl best.
All visitors expressed themselves as
highly pleased with the manner in
which the school wa? conducted and
the excellence of the programs.
Miss Lisle Forstcr has gone to
Xew Haven, Conn., to visit her sis
ter. She expects to remain several
Mrs. Pr. Voelkler of Milton is
the guest ofMiss Jennie Miller.
Mrs. F. J. Schoch and sister, Mrs.
Bclmer of Ohio, spent several days
at Danville last week.
Mrs. Conrad and daughter spent
Friday at Sunbury.
Mrs. Ilev. Genszler returned from
her visit to Philadelphia, aeeom
panied by a cousin, who will spend
some time here.
J. A. Strolunof Carlisle spent a
day with his wife and children who
arc visiting Mrs. Strohm's mother.
We had (juile a rain and hail
storm Friday afternoon. We have
not learned that it did very much
We noticed 'Squiie Arnold of
Port Trcvortou in town last week.
Nearly all the students have left
for their homes.
Miss Annie Kohback spent Sun
lay at Milton visiting friends.
Thomas Kessler of Northumber
land was a visitor to town Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Sheets of Virginia.
who visited their daughter. Mrs.
Miles Snyder, left; for home Satur
day. W e understand that Mr. Sny
der is not in very good health.
: "Master Gs iu of Sin m y
wax in tiwn si-no. iiiendn,
Jacob KersUftter is getting ready
zo acres for buckwheat.
Our tnl digniT. are milking
nionev tut the rrice is kh.I, the
iiply ultiiiHtitnt, and the demand
The paupers in our poor house
are John (looser, Barnard Nace and
Mary Hiukle, and those contracted
out are Henrv Neitz, llwy Stroub,
Lewis Swineford and Joel Shaffer
and t A children and in the asylum
are .loan UTSief and Martha Uieh
liev. I loch of York county was
in town and called to see his friends.
Eli Campbell I lired fiimself to
(. A. Wentzel f,n- a fLnv mouths.
II cholera took two out of Ja
cob Iverstetter's stable.
Tlie fine r iin of l ist week ha"
sn-iM'ivld hay in ilvin mid iniirc
t iu rinner withcituli Icurc :n to
Minnie Shaffer of Chapman visit
ed Iter parents at J o'hill.
Norton Hendricks ha a
truck patch on the Island.
ir n Di i .
ii. r. jMPXMiig Dotigiii a new
mower and intends to make hay this
Edward G. Stahl with his broke
limb is doing tine in the hands of
1. A.ohalW knows where the
German carp can lie found aud
the star fisherman along the line.
T1e aipueduct is getting shorter
ai one enn. inc Hoovers are
Our Elkin men are disapMinted
but the rest say that they have con
hdciK'e in the old man. Well it
true while others ure sleeping he is
Ed. Shaffer of Sunbury was in
town selling goods for a Scranton
The picturesque Mahanoy, ii its
lovely garb of smiling nature, is
more enchanting than all the beauties
H. II. Shrawder of Port Trevtr
ton was in town on business.
A. W. Aucker and wife of Port
Treverton passed through town on
the way to their farm.
Eggs 15 White sugar 6.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they reach
tne diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
nesB, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lioing of the Eustachian Tuoe
When this tube gets inflamed you
have a running Round or imperfect
hearing, and whsn it is entirely
closed ileafuPHa is the result, aud
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and the tube restored to its
normal condition, hearini? will be
destroyed forever; nine cases ou
of ten are caused by Catarrh, which
is Dothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfuces.
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Deafness (caused
by catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
xf 'dl's Family Pills Hra the best.
Mrs. William Bassler and mother
of Frceburg stopped at S. (). UI
rich s Ihursdav on their way to
Levi Keekr left Monday for
stay at Shamokin.
Mable Rowe of Bcavertown spent
Sunday with her parents, B. F.
Kow and wife.
Oliver Yerger aud wife of Krat
zervillc and Daniel Ycrgerand wife
visited Anion Yerger's Sunday.
Mrs. Sallie Walter of Sunbury
visited her parents, Ed. Hummel
Miss Minerva Hummel spent
Sunday with Verua Stuck.
' Hazel Stctlerof Middleburg spent
Friday with John Landisand family.
James Itiegle of Vicksburg visit
ed his children at this place Sun
Charles Bowersox was doing bus
iness at Frceburg Monday.
Mrs. Ida Snyder and daughter of
Middleburg spent a few days with
hd. Hummel and family.
John ltomigand wife of Mai Hand
spent Sunday with the hitter's par
cuts, Charles Ilcrbst and wife.
Ella Bitting returned .from Bea
vertown where she spent the past
A. Krceger of Middleburg was in
this place on business Monday.
Harry Smitlj of McYeytowu vis
ited his parents Sunday.
38. Members of Congress Send Letters of
To the Inventor
aytfaraiaa Goodwjra of Alabama,
Wrltest MI hT now uaed one bottle
of Pern and am a well man today."
A.T. Qodwyn, Robinson Springs, Ala.
V. a. tatator Roach from North Dakota.
W. K Roach, Larlmore, N. D., eay:
I bar vied Peruna a a tonic. It ha
greatl; helped me in atrength, vigor and
appeti i." W. N. Roach.
ConKrama Unary from North Carolina,
Writer 44 My aecretary had aa bad a
case o catarrh aa I ever saw, and since
fc W taken one bottle of Peruna he
MinaPlke different man." Romulus
t UnLey, TaylorsrUlc, N. C.
'rar niaiiinii Ogden from LnuUlana,
jrite : "I can conscientiously rwom
ntn your Peruna." II. W. Ogden,
C"arcaawn Smith from Illlnola,
Vrltee from M urphyshoro, 111.: "I have
tkea one bottle of Peruna for my ca
tirrh and I foel very much bcuullktl."
o. W. Smith.
t CoifmimaD Mwklnn from Ohio,
ftys: "I have used several liottlos of
fcruna and feel greatly benefited there
by from my catarrh of the head."
flavld Meekison, Napoleon, O.
CoiirumiD Crowlrjr from llllnoln,
Writes from Robinson, 111.: "Mrs.
3rowley has taken a number of luttles
f Perunaon account of nervous troubles.
t has proven a strong tonic and lasting
mre." Jos. B. C rowley.
. Congressman Thompann of Kentucky,
A rites : "Besides being one of the very
est tonics Peruna is a good, substantial
.atarrh remedy." Phil. B. Thompson
Congressman Howard from Alabama,
Write! from Fort Payne, Ala. : " I have
taken Peruna for la grippe, and I take
pleasi.re in recommending Peruna as an
excellent remedy." M. W. Howard.
Congressman Cummlngs from New York,
Writes: "Peruna is good for ratarrh,
I have tried it and know it." Amos W.
Ouuimlnga, New York City.
Senator Thanton of Nebraska,
Writes from Omaha, Neb.: "Peruna
entirely relieved me of a very irritating
ough." J. M. Thurston.
Congressman .Worlhlnglon from Nevada,
Writes: 'I have taken one bottle of
Perana and it baa benefited me im
mensely." H. O. Worthington.
CaagT'Ssmaa Bankhead from Alabama,
Wutei : "Your Peruna Is one of the best
medicines I ever' tried." J. H. Bank
hetd, Fayette, Ala.
Congressman Powers from Vermont.
Wrltca from Morrisvllle, Vtt "I can
recommend Peruna as an excellent
lanily remedy." H. Henry Powera.
Beaator SaUlraa from Mississippi,
Kritea from Oxford, Miss.! "I take
pleasure in recommend in g your great
natloosJ -catarrh core, Perana, aa the boat
I hare over tried." W. V. ScUiTaa.
Tht'n; will lieCliilJieu's lav excr-
cisesat tliis jilace Sunday, June, "22,
at 7.30 P. M.
Mri Jno. Mitt'lidl of Krnova
was limie Tliurwlav.
M. K. Enllev, A. I). KreanuT
and J.'M. Maurer were to t lie ((in
vention at Harrisburo; to see l'enny-
wcker win last week.
Tlu;re was hat! fell nlioiit as larjje
as a lien's eg last Friday. It last
pj about a half an hour. It was a
worse hail storm that was ever wit
Miss Bertha Shaffer and Miss Fran
cis Winey were visiting X. C (Jutt
uis last week.
Ruben Walter is speiidini: the
week with A. S. Smith.
Mrs. Jacob Hummel, children
and lady friend are visiting John
Mrs. Klsworth Aurand and cliil-
dren nre visiting at hotne with her
larents, Farnklin Iltinimel.
Aaron linlig was buried at ciImt s
The storm Sunday blew otiite a
number of trees and fences down.
The lightning struck a tree in
iickhart's yard Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Jiolig and wife from unlniry
visited John Fields Monday.
"My hair was falling out very
fast and I was greatly alarmed. I
then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor and
my hair stopped falling at once."
Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, O.
The trouble is your hair
does not have life enough.
Act promptly. Save your
hair. Feed it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. If the gray
hairs are beginning to
show, Ayer's Hair Vigor
will restore color every
time. JI.M a kotllt. All dninttti.
- If yonr druggist cannot supply yon,
send us on dnii.ir and we will express
you a bottle. Be sure and clve tho name
of yuur uenreiitiixpreBiollico. AdriroM,
J.C. AVktt CO., Lowell, Mass.
nuaii I UMmmmmmmm
of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na.
Congressman Snaver of Michigan,
Writes from Port Austin, Mich. : "I have
found Peruna a very efficient and speedy
remedy for a persistent and annoying
cough." II. O. Snover. t
TJ. S. Senator Call of Florida,
Writes: "The Peruna has been recom
mended by Oen. Wheeler and other reli
able persons, and haa been used by some
members of my family, and I concur in
the statements of Gen. Wheeler." Wil
liam Call, Jacksonville, Fla.
Senator McKnery of Louisiana,
Writes: "Peruna is an excellent tonic.
I have used it sufficiently to say that I
believe, it to 1e all that you claim for it."
S. D. McEncry, Xew Orleans, La.
Congressman Itrownlow of Tennessee,
Writes: "I have taken three bottles: uf
Peruna and I feel satisfied that I am now
almost, if not permanently, cured of ca
tarrh of the stomach." W. P. Brown
low, Joncsboro, Tenn.
Senator Mutlnry of Flnriila,
Writes from Pelisacola, Fla.: "I have
used your excellent remedy, IVruna.
and have recoinmetided U loth as a tonic
and a safe catarrh remedy." Stephen
S4-nator Hutler of South Carolina,
M. C. Butler, ex-tlovernor of South
Carolina, writes: "I can recommend
Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach
trouble." M. C. Butler, Edgefield, S. C.
Congrr.ninan Itruokflilre of Indiana,
Says: "From what my friends say Pe
runa is a good tonic and a safe ratarrh
cure." E. V. Brookshire, Crawfords
Congressman Dovlnsr of West Virginia,
Writes from Wheeling, W. Va. : "I Join
with my colleague! In the House of Rep
resentatives In recommending your ex
cellent remedy." B. B. Doviner
Congressman Broderlck of Kansas,
Writes from Holton, las. : "I have taken
two bottles of Peruna and find it to be
an excellent remedy fox colds and throat
trouble." Case Broderlck.
Con grass man Teasr of Ohio,
Writes " I only used Parana for a short
time and am thoroughly satisfied aa to
lis merit." S. 8. Tedar, Lima, O,
MT. PLEASANT MILLS.
The KU'iiezer church at this pla .-e
will be repainted in the near future.
Sowarra Willon and wife of Sun
bury sjent Saturday and Sunday in
Clarence A. Schuee, wife and
little son of S'rantnii are spending a
few weeks with Mr. S luice's pa
rents, Albert Schuee and wife.
Fanners are beginning to make
Kev. Ilaucyof Fort Trevnrtoti
pretielied hi die l-.lienezer ( liuicli
Dr. W. Y. LoliL'aere and wili'.
Miss Annie V). Schnet; of this jdaee
and Mrs. J. X. 1 'rosins of Middle
burg left Monday afternoon for the
City of I'rotherly Wove to spend
The children's day services in
the W. and II. church Sundav even
ing were well attended and the ex
ercises were rendered in a nio.-t plead
liev. D. W Shaffer and Ira Hover
were to Kantz Monday to try their
luck in 4 he Middleereek in oiii-t of
fish aud eels, but they returned with
only a few fish and eels.
The following were to Ilarris
burg last week from this place to
witness the nomination tor Governor,
Dr. Maraud liothrock, II, C. Haas,
Irwin IJoyerand J. F. Doyer.
liev. Solomon (iraybill will
preach iu the KUnezer church Sun-
day, June '2.S.
W. J I. Jlntieiger lnjught the farm
in lleister alley owned by his father,
Jonathan Wotteiger, deceased, for
Mrs. Alice Campbell and daugh
ter and two sons of Millersbtirg are
visiting at Jonathan Troup's.
Charles Kaltriter, who was work
ing in the iron ore inir.es, isut home.
Annie (i. Minium of Selinsgrove
spent Sundav at home.
Wev. D. I. Shaffer left for Kutz
town, Fa., to attend the funeral of
U. I'. M. liaiieli is remodeling
bis house recently purchased of J.
Jacob Fage is erecting a new
barn. Garman and Ileim arc doing
J i " Cupltol at Washington, D. C. J
Congressman Mahoa of Pennsylvania,
Wrltea from Chambersbnrg.Pa.: 'I taka
pleasure in commending your Peruna aa
a substantial tonic." Thad. M. Mabua.
Congressman Spark man of Florida,
Writes from Tampa, Florida: "I oaa
indorse Peruna as a first-rate tonic and a
very effective cure for catarrh." ti. M.
Congressman Ilrewer of Alabuma,
Writes: " I have usl one bottlo of Ta
runa for lassitude, and I take pleasure in
recommending it." Willis Brewer,
l . Senator tirar of Iowa.
Writing from Burlingtou, la.: " l'cruna
I enn eoiniiii-inl to all us a very gojd
tonic." John H.tiear.
CoiiKrrssuiaa Culberson of Trias,
Writes: "I rnn recommend IVruna aa
one of the very IhM of tonics." D. B.
Culberson, Jefferson, Tex.
Congressman l.lvlngtou frum (rnri;la.
Writes: "I take pleasure in Joining with
(ieneral Wheeler, Congressman lire wit
and others in recommending Pi runitai
an excellent tonic and a catarrh ctuu."
I.. I. Livingston, Kin-s, ;a.
Congressman f lurk of Missouri.
Save: "I can recommend your Peruna
as a good, substantial toiile ami i :i of
th" l t remedies fur catarrhal li ,m y.w
.Mm II. Clark.
Congressman l'el ham of Virginia,
Writes from Bancroft, Vn.: "My ristor-In-law
lias has been using Peruii.i for
about one week for catarrh of the throat
and is manifestly improved.-"! '. pel ham.
Cungrrsmnnn Uurnelt of Alatania.
Writes; " I can cheerfully recomiivnd
: Peruna as a ood, substantial tonic, and a
' v, r-v K'-sJ catarrh remedy." J.,ha L
: Burnett, liadsden, Ala.
'ongrftiiiiifi Itolkin of Kanr.s.
Writer from Holton, K .: "Peruna hat
given me almost complete relief fr.,in
catarrh of th stomach and constipa
tion." J. It. Botkin.
Congressman White of North Carolina.
Writes from Tarboro, N. (.'.: I imd I'o
runa to be an excellent remedy for the
grip and catarrh. I have used it in my
family."-.;. H. White.
Congressman Vfllber of New York.
Iavid F. Wilber, cf Oneonta, N. Y,
writes: "I am fully convinced that
Peruna Is all you claim fur it aft. r tis
use of a few bottlei."-ravid F. WUb?T-
Congressman Dangan of Ohio,
Writes from Jackson, O. : "I reoomrocni
Peruna to anyone in need cf an lav bur
sting tonic." Irvine Dungan.
Congressman Barham from California.
Writes from Santa Ro-a, Cal.: "At (he
soli'itatiun cf a friend I used your Pa
rana, and can cheerfully recommend it.u
J. A. Barham.
For free book addree The er
Medicine Co., Colon be, O.
tnii' h needed
rain r-ant" at
A very heavy thunder storm pass
ed over this lace Sunday alh rti'sin,
doing eiiii-idcialile damage to trees
and wa.hing out t corn field--.
Ijirhtniiii: Mriick the steeple ( the
Uniti'd llviltlL'eliral clllin ll at'.'l did
cofsnieraiiir il.itna-c to the i-liitr-!i,
:i No to Jaeoli Witter"- lmil-e l ieli
-taiiii- near I .v.
coat ol' paint, an :
lllg to it.
The -liii t lit
i- in 1 1
I. living lii-
I with a coat oi'paint.
Iia liie joli. Frunk i-;
Grandpap A. K. Miildle.-uoith,
who had a severe fall some time ago,
a'ld w ho has since been vi rv let bin
is somewhat In tter at this time.
John lYIkcr i- troubled
M.-s. Wm. If. Spigelmvci
Was seriously sjek is belter.
Seme of our farmers made
It is alni'i.-t 1 1 i nrv
to double the set of teeth in tlw ha7
rakes to j;e( it a'!.
( irain is al reedy ripening ;.i, l is
very short in the -tra .v.
There was a wedding in (own
riuii.v ti-imi in iihMm.
S :i'i-i ,1 ih.'v-i often defile T"
It nit les', lint worse 'vet is a hotly
tlr.;'s.ollllt-l !;. coesfp:.;-,,,. )0
not ;w uiii' it. t.'i(ati:-i o i r s; eni
willi Dr. Kind's New Wile hiU and
itvii a uiitcld misery. Tluy "ive
diitesl ion. lino uppot iti. Only at
the M.iddloburff Drupr c!o., (Jiny
ul, l i n " un mid Co . ii" Inn Id. I'll.
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