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Progressive Spirii Inspire
muustratmn s r'rogiaiti
"Aiaimmsj v le.ousiiess
t.ve l>eoig tu is.nl Mor
't Morr - .. i r:~t rat :??'
in chc 'Ti'-l general a- is being
a - - .1 i'?-d with b \ m.d
of a tr-. si :tcit ha-- rvatvd. the
div. r' i >;?11 if."' i i :
y:i .r .* onwdM 5 * 'i plan
it it- v.trh the f . -* amiu
thv nr re >t - <>*. thv onion.
If * i tr." ettuTL!existed when
thv I vf <f'''M -! att^hould speak,
that <r:?- \ .fVclct' during
ed II ' ! . : Dl. I ' . V -> CO(Twfff
actiivi r;>i!\ "oa% k b<?mo
asscm! :. n.a .tatioii of the ?ir?>l
. t IVfi-;- +U:
wfi: ;-na'i; \ a ompii.-fv.'d.
"Kin Morrison" is Motive
Back hole sch ax ui I
!:< > ti . ... :<-rmin;it:..n to
*kil' Jlorri-on." H< is ivt-Awiig t
p?.*vi riu! uwi ' i iniflu itiiii ir: hit
h.i!<3 ui, th. , a- the resnit of
the state's ren,' ?f h,?s
nating de-:re to ^ . - -ate. !w!
itic.- a fight: -:ati-'s:r?;i' -hip with
all it - might. and t.mes& "here lufflw i
an unmistakably d&jrrcaml for the con- ,
t itiua: : of the a, rk that has begun
and ike fur1, fieri og/hf a recognize:!
program of progress, the cause fori
which Mor' -on has bceii fighting v hi |
"Kill Mcrrison: saerigje the state !
if iK'v'e- >ary. but kill .Morrkon"--that
might! n k ho execp od as tin
slogan of many u'ikui- the rca -'ioh !
I>?.,'u tl ixi
.uurffa-io wu-.i - ' tie - -r:.
pad charitable it; external j
pnqrlSnyu.thv " ; e> .. >*i ... j
W.Klfc prauloflh. j
Fortur...'v!y Uh * r-reomnttJuJuli*r?.?t
through i ofai. tinpoison
propa. anda " at ?.( hulvl
wants I lie natural Unlities ntthe
fish ?na : - and in inland!
stv< ants i hifcJ .vaild cost'
hall* a r,\:'< .n and yield miliir.im*
return. and the imlin! cost v."" i :*o
bur.;. .dir. ctiy reaping tha,
benefit>. Me vjjlts the statc-owm-d
ship lir.? proient to hfflb a fior via!.
Ills other recpraoHudations auulii
.require fcxpei.diturcs that are tr.nigniiuat
Wl. . iidv.K at :ia tlt. se further!
St. : . V ?h.* staHiMorr.-.M) has plan-)
ncd fur the W.c-gua? d;ng of the j
Two bill; intr. taced it; tlu gen- j
era! ;tsse;;iM> at bis special bidding]
will prove . ffect .- valves. I
Throi jili omslilutional amniemiim nt
v.hi. h 'he l'- oplv \vj!i \ <>u- upon, the!
anion til of bonding indobtediiciu j I
state mav contract will he limited
to fit- pv cent uf the asses--.ai property
Valuation, ami a sinkimr fund
\vi:i a treat- d * ? piovide l'or "die
redciv.pt-ior. ,f existing indebtedness
us t i.t t.v-iiii - ma: tire.
What Reaction Means
Tin Morrison measures are safe!
and sound and l>a?i: to the further
betterment of the state, the broad-!
ening of opportunities for its citizens
and the rounding out of a pro-:
gram thai will put North Carolina!
in the very fore front of the great
states of ; he Ctuon.
Th university, stdte college, the'
woman's college and all the other
institutions must be throttled unless
the means is pr.\ .de?i for their ex-j
hi ghsc hooi s mat- j
triculating thousands annually, the'
state must proud- *\>r them than op-',
p " unity for lg themselves for!
a life's work. Thai is the Governor
Morrison's compelling desire?to give ;
boys and girl- of X??rth Carolina
the same educational ud vantages thc
greateot states of the union offer.
If the work is stopped now the state
Because every sees and uses the
highways, their rvice to the state;
has been apparent and propaganda
could not kill requirements for round-;
. u: ? ' - >
a us v?u?. cms yart or me program.
Ship I.int? Project
A fair chance for the ship line
project is all the governor asks.
Through an expected compromise
amillion dollars will serve as the
immediate requirements, and that
amount will go for permanent im- (
provements in the form of port terminals
facilities. The claim has been
made that the success of the Morrison
administration is at a stand still
over the ship line project, which isn't
necessarily orrcct, but an utter defeat
for this would give more enjoyment
to the anti-Morrison propagandists
than any other development.
The educational forces of North
Carolina, coining out today with the
,ii \HUt\fc SlKtEiN
:d oy Present State Adi
is hemg Assaiied \\ ith
and Persistency, the alonson."
pr?> a .to ??? the ca_ men'
ioi ; i m."
'n;i> slanted ihr march on * Jo?-;
. !a .iv. th? progTes-sii ele-1
, f iht >t ;>* v* l?i-stirs : - " the i
J\l: lie CIil??*5 V. ill 111' lost.
I y--raw .1. L
, . . - .: - .is i- m-i \ m?c we our- ?
00 smok^^rmzis. The <:ate is?
..:np!t a\<U to carry the v. k it j
has ir.au rated and t?? o.\t? and
rile statenr ;nt - ' men
uoi< itrhl> with th? fair> j
.'f the '.overMHon? prove it.
K\p?-r: acco who ha had
opportunity to examin the nan- I
aft a i r> of t lie sate. tare
"North t aiu\iua'- financial c<m rion
- far hett? r than fiat ut a.* > ther
ith? rn state: :n fa :t tt on a I
p:r e h tf- y :.* t of the vrreat |
bar (?rserv?-r. ' ' ^ j
IN MEMORY OF DR. J B. PHILI IPS !
? :I h- .k:r th? h<>me,I
tinder tht low spreading branches I
f the Pa k a: .1 - ti -: : . mark a the'.
piarc (if l)r. J. B. Phillips i
f 1 m?>r< th;tr tyears went!
' a -j th* people to whom
. t! . host service of hi- life.',
v.h'. i: always seemed a pleasure and!
!- was M.;. isr}. b 1. died
January 2! >t. 1&23, atf.-.l -<1 j ars,
s month.-. ami 3 day-, and w;i- buried
h\ the ihcmpers of his Lod?r -, S aw.
' f:e. Hi.- faithful companion, who!
year hared his ? r\ joy
As .1 physician, wo fcavti not ro"ii
htfSj Sike hi.-i'tday. UuctoR wore
. ami h: . w\ many. ' i
v^Eithoi- too inchinant for him to
"U- far ai.'i near 10 ..u iicvo the sal" ;
f. i-:-8 and Oitei. N. .I.a r? ? hope of
In hi practice he *.va- so kiml,
- \ nijKiihr:-c ar.il fatherly mat he en
lea? ! himself with a!' with whom
} Vcame in jj>ntrvt.
Aui-h are tg h'aul.vul deeds that 1
. 'Lien sori i w and loa\. a lasting
impression on cur memories, and J
make u. proud of him.
3 Bl&BKais afflicted for more than
}wenty years nut was patient an.i;
v .i.l'.KOl-.. V -
- .... . . I^uuu IMUII ia gvuc, WQUi ;
can \ve say*
iherefoiv, be it ivsoheb:
1st. I hat \\v humbly lieu to the de-.
'?'? of the :uv i.y ai d Akrcilul Rul_
To ' in- :n mediate family and
>ffer a dc cpe&t syinp;.iU\
.11 the o - f father and mother.
rd. i; at the I. >d<_;e has lose a worthy
:< the . a: a i: Honor of his memory*
tio- member.*- will wear the usual
bade- of mourning tor thirty days,
i h Thar a copy oi the>a resolutions
.-preaci upon our minutes, a copy
< sent t<? the iamily, and a copy
e;ii 10 th eWatatiga Democrat for
Feb. l, 102S. '
Signed, J. M. SHULL, Com.
Wheels by the Million.
Eight million wheels, exclusive of
o??tvs and wheels for replacement
purposes, were used In the manufacture
of motorcars and trucks during
10C2. according to statistic complied
by the Motor Wheel corporation.
Placed in line, with rims touching
these wheels would extend 3.000
miles, or across ihA Amprirun
tlnent from tlie Atlantic to the Pacta*
T"V A DURHAM
TAKEN FROM TOMB
Only one object was removed on
January J4 from the torn ? < i Tut:
.1 vluiuwi' !t a large hathorheaded
wooden _'?5ourh thickly over
strips ' 1* gold. Each side
ei *?; couth we.- -i. ipeti to -pre nt
-ut . w. . ita'hor .? '-htrn.s
stood up stra -.v for wicre ban a
foot and the tail v.os tl.o W'- back
Ii a.- the back was only ; -t five
inches wide. when this was detached
from the coach ?a- the numerous
\ isitois saw because Hov aru i'artei
".as uriabh to remove i nc couch
in one piece the effect was lather
Those who had seen the other conlent
?>/ the tonii) unanintou.-!\ agreed
. eoueh?and it might ! added
the otl.* c t\v?? . < uclie- with lion heads
and lypbon heads still in the tomb?
doi not comparf in an art .ic sense
with many of tin other objects in the
m i<ut when it is rem mbercd
that this c ucn hod a Cfligio i significame
it is ea y o comprehend that,
the -ir piers put religion a eve art.
jphis fact is in i>elf an id.. ating
sidelight on th ?it aniii?;n i:g lhe.se
ancient ai lists. Where there v as 110
religious significance invoivopi the
a? *. >'> ai'owod tht ;r artistic cur.^pSiion
full piay. hut t'lico they had to
vonliiM.- fn m>elves to the > on vera
tiocai or uadit'enai form o>. gods
or g Id* sfe?tfliis;desigli? ?! in - riicr
,>?. t ?'L Egypt when tin r nan 110
such freedom of one or delicate grace
a.- eharitctei ./.ed ?tir.ey subordinated
their sens? 01 beauty. The re.-i.lt ivas
seen i;i this coueh. It was mo.-a impj'e
- -1 ?'e, ',,1 inrgl :y becail.-e it was
Mr. Carter ties', removed one side.
He had to exercise the greatest rare,
as the height of the cow from the
hoofs to tin tip of the horns was
almost as high as the doorway and
Again in the decorations on the
cow's attenuated body there was evidence
thai the artist's clung to tradition
rigorously, \g.-s before the
i.n.e of 1'utankhanflBi th? marking
on tin cam! c??\v fc Se had : eon set,
ami 1 i;ev were roprodu?ed pn-eiselv
^ on t his Co .eh. They were disappear>
crude conipari , 11 with
?tn . art treasures of the
ill Work by the thief liispealor of
I Ant iquitn - Ik-purtna '.?3 f U pp
1 Egycc wiio m: Armed Mr. Carter
:.:i . t.? ; .L . pts " '. v ?? . 4 :11Ul- I . had
. itU iou thai new .-paper nit . verc
to ha.e acta to Hit loiab ??:. I' riduy
Alt'. Car.cr wa^ nouplu- -? ?i o go
t-? ( Oil Thursday t*- ?uv.t
the Earl of Sjarnan oil.
STATE FINANCIAL INVESTIGATION
(Continued from page one)
member of the corporation commission.
Asserting i hat he \va.-j a m< ssenger
bringing tiding- thai wi re not
cheerful, the corporation cpnitmss'.oner
said he was presenting the "bare
i o:.es" of the state's condition. His
aruclc uas a protest again.-t increased
expenditures by' the general assenil
iy, and making the point that
appropriations and finance - had nothing
to do with the state road buliding
program, which was being carried
by special taxes.
i hat part of his statement which
the governoi assailed is as follows:
The recently issued report of the
rate treasurer catling attention to a
?iei i.t of $1,853,S9e.il was discussu
.. the deficit for the one full fiscal
y< ..r only, in that fiscal year there
v/as included in revenue receipts a
return lor a full year of income lax
under the new law. For the proceedg
seven months period, in which
none ot this income rereiuie was col
vvksu, i nguii-a iii luc treasurer s
repco aliow anotiicr deficit in revenue
receipts against operating expenses
ei $i,982,5i9.83. No report
ha.-. been issued for the last live
months period, but a statement has
been made by tlx- treasury departm?-nt,
.July 1st 1922. to December hi
1922, which shows a deficit of $1.S08.529.0i.
Taking the three periods
seperately, each of then; shows a
heavy deficit, and taking them collectively,
the treasurer's figures are
Dec. 1, 1920, to June 30,
1921 $1,700, 252.m?
Juiy 1, 1921, to June 30,
July I, 1922, to Dec. 31,
Total revenue receipts $10,584,390.90
Dec. 1, 1920 to June 30,
July 1, 1921, to June 30,
July 1, 1922 to Dec. 31
Total ape rating expenses
uelicit in revenue receipts
Less cash balance, Dec.
1, 1920 ; 597,529.99
Net deficit $5,047,414.89
^ Unequalcd as an C
I ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE I
stimulate tnrpid liver, strengthen I
digestive organs, regulate the I
bowels, relieve sick headache. I
NORTH CAROLINA TO HAVE
(Ctiiiprued from pa.ire oik ?
?*r f so indies installed during ll'2'i
j \\;?> .mailer than fo? any year during:
: the j :s -1 12 years. The number in
: Mght lor this year, however. siu?\v>
hat husliies^ depression i- over
in : Metjpn and that the textile
' nd . .. - preparing to forge ahead
' ? late, the number of spin-I
to - in -1.: .d this year being
i e :. r pjjj) for a. y \ ear during the
Carolina aioiu will in.-tali
. : . -p.:.dies this year than the
j avi rog? n.miner installed pet year
. t . uiv South durh g th? past
l,2 I fee number of spaitiles to
? eti i.*i jrth Carolina during
>.... i.as I.e.;; -iCCfxied by .ad
enl.ii -u,:h in only three one ot
tin- pa t i2 years.
. rnic authority in North Carolina
;i . tho>e from other suites
' ' rare investigated the industrial
aa'North Carolina have ? n
on, u heir opinion tbta the rema-i.
an: deopmcnt in the textCe .? > i
other industries in North C- !%tia
been the result of sC'-mai r.ta-est
niiioiig them being the aljtpude
of fairness ?nd friciul; i o*
al'or ti e pari of the pcop.e of he
| state us a whole and the liffiisiniSjg
: . availability of chea.. < e:-j
\ e.e:.* e.e-rrie power i:t large quantity
: -he type and character - the
I me; who iiian the industries ef u.
| state, ii.t iateUjgtr.ee, the spirit oi
I independence, the industry, th< am1i?iiiu!
. and the tltorough-:r??:ng Atm-ri.
e. i ;<i ?.f the North Carolina workiug
ma; . < red by many to be the
nigge-i factor in the prosperity and
i xpa):sion of the industries of the
>ta" l ni .stry in North Carolina, it
is frequently noted, has been remarka"-i\
fi - from the labor troubles
and agnation which has been a serious
handicap to industry ? nmany'section
of the country.-?Charlotte Obsc
Halifax county is feeding ten carloads
ol* hogs to be shipped co-operative
y according to a report from
the county agent.
A DEAR ONE IS GONE
i ; .-el of this M-h ways born
Dec* min-i .1. 11)12. Agi lt? rears,
II a>id 21) days. Departed
t h i- i fe Tb-cemi>cr 29, : 1'2
She 9a- the oldet .sane liter of
Mr. a : >1 ? >. Qlyde Daiincr. Vorhe
wa - e.i !>v all who knew her. She
uiway- met h* i piuytnot ?-s with a
smile. W. loved Vcrlee but God loved
he' in*. and called her lrom us. She
ua a d an 1 obedient chiid nL
heme a .1 at school. She loved to
go i-. Su .lav School and never failid
to have a good lesson. We ah will
in..- > \ < rite in Sunday School, but
most of ail she will be missed in the
home, hut (Io? had a workk. for her
to do and he- said >me. But we
will .-ay to the bereaved family and
relation- not to grieve for her for
t'hrist said, "Suffer little children
to come unto me for such is the
Kingdom of Heaven.1 And unless
j we become as little children we can
i ;roi mnvfi i r.icritai lite. I here is a
! vacant chair I>y the fireside that can-!
not he filled hut our loss is hor
' eternal gain Now let us all be
; prepared to meet Yorlee where there
will he no tears or sorrow but all
will he praises around the throne
of God. She is gone, forever gone;
; hor journey here is done. Years and
ages may still roll on but we will
hear Yerlee's sweet voice no morea
K. K. KAiil'
Notice is hereby given to the creditors
of the Cove Creek Co-operative
Store that 011 January ioth 1921.
i 1). C. Mast and Mrs. D. C. Mast sold
I their entire interest in said store to
, David P. Mast. That on or about
June the 20th 1922, through the directors
of the Cove Creek Co-operative
store, David P. Mast sold his
entire interest in said store to J. B.
florton, J. J. Mast, John H. Bingham
and A. C. Mast., doing business
\ under the firm name of A. C. Mast
and Company. They to pay any and
j ail debts of the Cove Creek Co-oper;
ative store and all debts due same
to be paid by A. C. Mast and Com
| This January 27th 192S.
D. C. MAST,
MRS. D. C. MAST,
DAVID P. MAST.
! and give yoni
stomach a lilt.
~ Provides M ltic l>it ot !
sweet" ill beneficial
v Helps to cleanse
1 the teeth and keep
How To Use Vic
i For Deep Grip
First, It Is Very Important T
efacient Or Counter-Irrit
duceed On the Surface of t
This draws the blood ^
from congested lungs, ;? !
Lessening the danger of v.'
Then Treat With Vicks A"i,'
Deep, ^rippy coW>. ?p'.|Uently leucl- -.hou
iiifj to p!K'umoni&f have been unusual- treat
V \\il:icr. ill s??mc -CC- v. ft J
lions tbf> ar.' called influenza. but ... ?j
are not .-<> vivuU-nt as thv iniluenza ?.ugh
cases during the first epidemic, tho Vjck
they arc \vi>rse than ordinary colds. with
'or the .-? cases the u-uai I.-'.it appi:- done
cation of Yick- is not sufficient.
The Danger Is From Pneumonia TI
What is needed therefore i- some-! last,
thing in d? crease the congestion of varic
the lungs. For this purpose there is .-.kins
nothing like a rubefacient or count- otho
cr-irritant, as witness the use of blist- by n
cis. poultices and plasters for many must
generations. This reddening or irrita- j one
lion of t he skin causes a rub of j of V
olood te the surface; the circulation cord
is improved; there is a sensation of enou
warmth and, the possib!i!y of pneu- keep
i.onia is grealoned lessened. \ for
A "Quick Rubefacient Needed. wet
The value of this counter-in kant not
effect is greatly increased if it is; as t?
produced quickly. Nearly every fain- dig.
iIy has its favorite method?-^diiion j
poultices, turpentine stupes, mustard- S
plasters and poultices of various kind badi;
are all good. appl
How to Produce This ITffect
Our experiments have shown that h.*. ?
an ordinary mustard plaster is very Vick
effective. U;-c Din part of mustard |
and two parts of flour or f ax s? -.vara
meal for ami one to three for;
parts for children under eight years.! time.
Au even nip r nwihod. paitieu- ..;.11
iariy for adults, is to apply towels,; whei
wrung out in hot wat.r?us ???;' a . s
a- the pain i:t can star.d. Whatever tea I
um; liod i> Used. the app'n :e. :-?n si:" iid s.? ;
uppli d r the threat ami cluhit dina
until tlu* .skill is thoiougidy reddeucd. u.nv
it; very iif? ? i he ie- ant!' ;
< i ..illy tin ack froiu i he middle j Tl
of tiiv- soulder blades to a point Ju t ; to c
aoiivt the waist, should also be treat-I ?us
hor ?d\llu*, a hot mustard foot tree!
h;uh oiu* tablespoon of mustard to! this
gallon of water?given at tl'.i- . tug- panel'
the treatment, will aid ill drawing; i quel
the blood from congested parts. C
Then Massage With Vicks
After the skin is thoroughly red In
dnied, it should be dried lighvby and call
immediately and the patient should be- serit
given a brisk massage with Vicks| cati<
all over ti?t' parts. Continue this forjmedi.
live minutes. This increases tin count- intei
er-irritant etToct. Then apply Vicks'the
thickly over all the parts; tha: is, tion
spread it or. like you would a poui- on e
tice?about one-sixteenth of an inch ; son
thick or more?am! rover with two i its r
thicknesses 01 hot flannel cloths. j phvs
Vicks Act? Like a Vapor Lamp : thini
The advantac of applying Vicks1 the i
thick .. over the body is ihis: Vicks | Vi
is so made that the body heat gradual- a Ni
ly i t 'a -uses the ingredients in the the 1
form of vapors. The more Vicks ap-' its 11
plied the stronger these vapors and ally
the longer these vapors will last. The neve
night clothing should always be loose 1 is th
around the neck and the bed clothing troul
arranged in the form of a funnel, for 1
These vapors being lighter than air honu
rise up from the chest and. if the1 moti
bed clothing is properly arranged, it is
puss in ine nose ana mouth and are Ot
thus inhaled with each breath, car- ly in
ryinjr the medication directly thru
I "Slimy T
"When I feel stupid, get constipated, o
two of Black-Draught and it sets me strai
Haislep, of R. F. D. 2, Columbia, S. C.
1 all right, and have not used any other met
|| of it. 1 am a guard at the State Refonx
11 or more years. When I first heard of
and the good medicine it was, I had be
nn I'd tin in !>? mrvmiww I
. -f- .? >MV <UVI uiMg. a *> uuiu Ut ail
bad taste in my mouth, but didn't think <
stupid and didn't feel like eating?then 1
OQ was then I began Black-Draught, and I ie
do kind of work, ready to eat and sleep. So
B I take Black-Draught, and tor 23 years it
wouldn't be without it at all. My work is
5 lot. I am out of doors, and fresh air ;
H v ' cines I need, I recommend it to othi
FEBRUARY S. 1923
hat a Thorough Rubant.
Effect Be Pro:he
Skin Around the
iir passages to the lungs. At the
time Vicks is absorbed thru
stimulates the skin.
Repent the Entire Treatment
hett the vapors being to lose
strenght. fresh Yick should be \
ed over the parts*. This to keep
he continuous supply of vapors. H
it the red he# s ol" the skin begins
;e out. all the Yick- remaining
Id be wiped off and the entire
meur repeat**'!. That ts, the hot
o\vt In or niu at\l j?!a -tors -hould
sed until t?; kin ... - thorllv
reddened, then mas age with
s. -v?read on thickly and cover
hot flannels, just as previously
Can Add Mustard to Vicks i
lis redness of the skin should
for two or three hours, but
s with different patients. Some
s are much more sensitive than
rs. This redness can be prolonged
living a little ordinary powdered
aid with Yicks?about or: epart
part of mustard to four parts
icks. but this can be varied acing
to the patient's skin. Just
gh mustard should be used to
up the counter-irritant effect
two or four hours, so that the
towels or mustard plasters will
have to he used so frequently
? prevent the patient from restUse
In a Tea-KLettle
ometimc when the patient, is
y choked p, the vapors from cho
iention on the chest are not suf:it
to make breathing easier. In
eases drop a leuspountul of
- into a kettle of boiling water
allow the patient to inhale the
n steam and vapors combined
u.oiit ten m:tn?? t-. I>?> thI - sjSjjJci'nl
a day if needed. Keep the v. \ or
r.g a;id put in additional Yieks
i'vor the vapor- decrease. Put
HM't over the patient and the
woUle, making.a ki-.d of a ti nt.,
s to confine vie vapors. An orry
steam \a, > i . r i vu-n nio-e ^
enient than a tea-kettle.
Scanty Applications Useless
lis is a vm?poits treatment, but
heck congestion requires vigor.
v;..i. i. ? *
? u'iiM m* usea
l> t<. be effective. The cost *>f
treatment is insignificant eomd
with the results which are Civilly
>cer Not Take the Place of the.
all rases a physician should ho
ed. Those deep colds arc too
his and have too many compli- ,
ms to rely entirely o nany home
ication Vicks. however, does not
'-fere with any treatment that
doct or may prescribe. In adtiith??
formula of Vicks is given
very circular so there is no reavvhy
any doctor should ohjoet to
ss.e, except the f&el that ?? few
iciatis cio not care to use anyt
whieh is advertised directly to
ick.s VapoUub is the discovery of
in'th Carolina pharmacist. From
hack room of a little urug store
ise has grown until today litertens
of millions of families are
r without the family blue jar. It
eir standby for all forms of cold
hies and , in addition, is useful
the many minor ailments of the
It is particularly a boon to
icrs with small children, because
.*er 17 million jars arc used yearthe
United States alone.
r bilious, 1 take a good dose or I
>ght," writes Mr. George B. I
"It cleanses the liver and I feel HU
Heine as I do not see the need tin
tatory, and have been for three I
en having a tired feeling when I
ff and sore, and had a slimy, p
to much of it till I began to feel I
knew 1 needed medicine. It !|
:lt all made over, ready for any f
, lor any return of this trouble, S3
has been my medicine, and 1 IJII
t constant. I am on my feet a [I I
ind Black-Draught are all the Hlj
;rs for 1 know it is good."