A Home Newspaper Published in the Interest ef the Peopie and forlEonesty in Governmental Afiairs,
VOL XI. NO. 52. FOTJBTH SERIES
SALISBURY, N, a, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15TH, 1915.
Wm H. STEWART, ED. AOT) PBO?
: Loots Lite ScWf Ha.i Di3
i Priistffki Rb Bed and cot op a 6in
oil It Eucincalid.
Death waits at the eleotnc ohair
to claim Pritst Hani Sohmidt, tie
lteherous brute wbo killed his
sweetheart. Add a AnmaUer, and
lacked her body to pieces. The
Court of Appeals at Albany, N. YM
having upheld the verdict of tha
lower court unanimously Schmidts
laal hope ia gone, with one except
Han. exe entire olemenoy. It is
tferdly probable that any farther
" tatsrrerence trill be made with the
oUtSe of jastioe. Tha insanity
dodie failed and every other pos-
?sibl itodi of eioape wm tried
Without success. Shams, subter
f fuges, oonfessious and repudi,
tionsdid not avail and there ia
nothing left for Priest Sohmidt
bat to take his medioine.
Perhaps tha,,. execution cf
Sshsaidt may serve as a warniug
! other priests who are proua to
is their peculiar position to pro
mot oertain iuiquitous enterprises
At any rats, Haus Sofcmidt is not
"ao saush to blams as is the dia
bolical syitsm of secrecy and ar.
rgranoe which Borne is foisting
apm America as a religion and a
ekuroh. The closted convents,
-which are not closed to priests ;
4he eonfessional, whioh gives op
portunity to probe iuto the mot;
inner reossses of lunooent mindt
and plant the seed of dangerou
knowledge whioh may drag down
, $q rain ; thecommaud of obedience
arnica saakes the communicant
la iliti of tha church and so
wpen to Ike advances of lecherous
priests; the horrible hypecrisy
which .asks ruin in religion,
ihase, sm centuriss of schooling
tin aurers;ti i and treachery, are
Ike .fiiuga that have made the
s)tieeV -od a urauaoe to life,
ft end edaaion. 8:me of the
ftftteA eh t rioters, noted for their
nofligaey are priest Denes, of
I9eltt Moot. , who u now serving a
: twemty-year sentence in the pen
Tteatiarr for a serious crime;
Priest Mullen of Chicago who kill
- 4t ike aged station agent at Hill
side, 111., while on a drunken spre
tasTwha made the iusaoity dodge
'work nicely; Priest Pstrarca of
lletsaebnssatt whose horrible hie
lory has been given in these col
wans and Priest Rivera of New
York who fled fr m jastioe and is
till a priest. Haus Schmidt may
be a wa'ning to other priests, to
Hot get caught .
SLAY BSEK8 TREBDOM .
An application for a writ of ha
beas corpus to bring abtut the re
lease from a conveut of a youDg
woman who wanted to be a nun
eSnd then, it is alleged, changed
kef mind will be heard before So
preme Court Justice Giegerich to
day - The proceeding was brooght
bv Mrs. Maria Bucellato of 328
West Eleventh street, a widow, in
behalf of her daughter, Angelina,
SO years old.
The petition states that the
young woman is detained at tbe
8aored Heart Convent at Fort
Washington avenue and 190th
street by the Mother Superior. It
ia alleged that the authorities at
ike convent are falsely represent
ing that Miss Buoellato intends to
take the vows as a missionary sis-
ter of the Scored Heart.
Mrs. Bucellato savs that her
daughter has pleaded to be taken
home New York Times, Nov, 26,
10 comment, is neoessary ex
eept to say tnat chances are
against the viotim of Rome's con-
Tent System. Without inspection
f these prisons the public is
forced to depeud upon the word
f priests and other wily repre
seatatites of the Catholic ohurcb
for information concerting the life
and conditions of the inmates
decreet 1 sieed 1 hvnocriH 1 trnh.
wij bii tuna BUU luUIQ BTo
taaseed agaicst the innocent vic
tim who listens and yields to the
soft .insinuating cunniiig of the
priest who bends the ycung mind
until it ecoept the treacherous
canning fiends as divme wisdom.
Once whin the walls of a nun -
ajij the world is shut om, and by
Male DiilnctMiM at Spacer
There was a district meeting of
the Masonic order held with the
Spenoer lodge Tuesday and Tues
day night. After the talks, de
gree work and routine, a sumptu
ous bauquet was held and greatly
enioved bv about 85 members of
the fraternity . Rev. 0. B. Heller
of Spencer, delivered the address
of welcome and the response was
by R. E. Austin of Albemarle,
distriot grand master. There
were a number of the members of
the China Grove team presen
who, with tha assistanoe of others,
conferred the first degree, Andrew
Jaokaoo Lodge of Salisbury con
ferred th second degree and Stan
ly Lodge of Albemarle oonf erred
the third degree. Talks were
made by W. W. Taylor of Salis
bury, Rev J H. Keller of China
G ove, Master Harris of Albe
marle, Frank Thompson of Cleve
land. Rev. Patton, O, W. Spenoer
Baptists Mae! Nat it EHzabstb City.
Charlotte, Deo. 9 The busi
ness of (he Baptists Convention
was completed at a late hoar this
evening and adjourned.
The next session of the Baptist
State Convention will be held in
tha Blackwell Memorial church
of Elizabeth City. Dr. Calvin
3. WaUer, of Aehsvillf, was ap
pointed to preach the annual ser
mon, of his alternate, Dr. John
Jetr Hurt, Durham.
The Baptist Convention now in
session nre reached its olimax
this morning when Dr. Livingston
Johnson made his farewell speeoh
as corresponding secretary of the
convention, reviewing the fifteen
years of bis administration and
exhorting his brethren to fidelity
to God, to HisWcid and tor one
auother. If they would do that
he deolar d, the future of the de
nominal interests in North Caro
lina under the leadership of his
sicc-sior, Rev. Walter n. Jobn
son, was radiant with hope and
the world wa mean the thiuga that
humankind -ess and knows,
frieuds, relatives, kindness, work,
love and happiness. Though per
suaded that a cloistered oonvent is
the abode of saints, that a mis
sionary or other calliug is her des
tiny it is human to err, and yet
there oan be no release, i.o matter
what the aversion, the justifica
tion or insatitate desiie of the vio.
tim may be.
Those withiu R me's prison
walls belong to Rome, body and
soul, and little hope of release
from a calling grind of oppression
and coLifiuemeiit is left.
This girl has a friend in her
mother who will use her last effort
to save her daughter from a life
of hell. For it is hell to be bound
to that which is repulsive and kept
in confinemeLt wnen the whole be
ing yearns fr freedom.
And the sisters and priests stand
between the slaves and friends
and tell them that the viotim
"wilhes to remain 1" All the
maohinery is there to help them
hold the victim of their greed in
With an enforced
law thia could not be.
Angellina Buoellato may be
but one of hundreds .who are held
against their will, but if she were
the only one in that plight, then
inspection is justified. Let those
remain who wish to, but open the
doors for the others,
Colds Needs Attention
Internal throat and ohest
troubles produoe inflammation,
irritation. sw3iung or soreness
and unless cheoked at onoe, are
likely to lead to serious trouble.
I Cancht in time Dr. Bell's Pine
m- n .. ii,. ut
I 1K( uuu; luuaoui sua yuieKUl I
and destroys the germs which
hav settled in the throat or nosn.
It isesoothing and healing. Pine
is antiseptic; honey is soothing
both together possess excellent
medicinal qualities for fighting
oold germs. lusist on Dr. Bell's
1 Pine-Tar-Honey, 25o. all Drug-
SallsbDrj lofie Elects Offer
Rosewood Camp w. 0. W. and Wlaeaa Ho
18 Niqi Officers for Jlixt Tiro.
R aewood Camp, No . 175, Wood-
mea of the World, at its regular
meeting last week elected officers
for nexty ear as follows:
E. E. Cruse, chancellor Com.
S. R. Bradshaw, adviser Lieut
Wm. A. Baker, oletk.
R. T . Curd, banker.
D. M. Bradshaw, esoort.
A, H. Werts, watohman.
H. T. Cook, sentry.
Dr. E. W. Carrie and Dr. J. H.
W. M. Ruth and W. F. Rittz,
At iast week'i meeting of Wi
nona Council No. 18, Jr. O. U. A.
M officers were emoted and the
co-operative community Christ
mas tree was endorsed . The offi
cers elected for the year were as
Jr. P. 0., M. B. Seal.
0. , Wm. H. Stewart. v
V. 0 O. W. File.
R. 8., K. A. Lents.
A. R. 8., V. E. Brown.
F. 8., J. J. Wert,
Treat., W. A. Daniels.
Chaplain, W. L. Troutman.
Oond., T. O. Ragan.
Warden, W T. Workman.
1. 8., James Parks.
O. 8 Harry Pluosmer.
Trustee 18 months, J. W. Rid-
Trustee 12 months, P. 8. Carl
Trustee, 0 months, W. L.
Coogba asrd Colds are Dangerous
Few of us realize the danger of
Coughs and Colds. We consider
thsm common and harmless ail
ments. However statistics tali ua
vsr tjbird para-m dies -otar lung
ailment. Dangerous Bronchial
and Lung diaes follow a neg
lected cold. As your bod strug
gles against oold germs, no bettor
aid can be had than Dr. King's
New Ditcovety. Its mstit has
been tested by old and youug. In
use over 45 fears Get a bottle
ioday. Avoid the ritk of serious
Lung ailments. Druggists.
Jnnloi Order Orpluiigo.
Trinity, Deo. 7. A movement
for a North Carolina Junior Or
der Orphanage, started sometime
ago by the IocaI counoil iu Trial
ty, is meeting .with general ap
prova! by tha other councils of
the State. The Trinity plan was
adopted by the twefth district
convention at Asheboro, October
28, and oopies of it ordered sent
to all of the nearly 400 looal coun
The Trinity Juniors are bearing
all the expense of the movement
and their resolutions have met
en&husiastio approval from
the whole State with only two or
three, exceptions. It is consid
ered certain now that North Car
olina Juniors will either establish
an orphanage of their own or make
provisions for them to be cared
for in the orphanage now in ex
istence. It is stated that there
are 83,000 Juniors in the State
and they pay $13,000 a 3 ear to the
Junior Orphange iu Ohio where on
account of the distance and for
other reasons there are very few
ocphane from this State. Statis
tios are also presented that there
are gdveral hundred orphans of
jnrJiors now in the State without
aoy fciud of homes.
Weather Forecast for December 1955.
From 6 to 18, cold, rain and
snow north and rain south, threat
ening to snow flurries.
From 13 to 21st, cold with raiu
slightly along and some stormy
f rr m northeast.
From 21 to 29, cool raics with
wind and cold dear weather .
From 29 to Jan. 5th, 1910 rain I
and some windy, and oold
snow threatening from the 13th to
Jan. 5th, 1916, and tome 'warm
This month shows up lots of
oold, bliziards, windv weather
from north, and northwest and
northeast snOw flurries a long.
Hfsby Rkld, R. F. D. 8.
Salisbury, N. 0.
Mr Themas Wiil Jie H re MM
Paster Charles A. G. Thomas,
of tha Pint Bant ist Ghurob.cce
of the most popular pastors in the
oitr ha imt remembered' this
offioa with a d(?o beautiful blot
. - . .
tars on whioh is printed some very
beautiful sentiments, especially
appropriate from a true pastor to
loving flaok.- It is certainly
gratifying to hiaoumerous friends
to know that he if to be in Balis-
bury another year. He has many
frieuds in other churches than his
own who greatly ; enjoy his splen
did sermons. He says:
MY BILOVBD CHURCH.
Five years we have bfeu olinb-
ing the Mount of service together.
From a high peak I greet you with
an undivided and unstinted love
on this, another anniversary.
As we euter the sixth year of
service together let us fix our eyes
on still higher peaks and press
with our might upward. The out
lookMor this sixth year is as
bright as the promises of God, and
there is evry reason to believe
that this will be the best year in
the history cf our great oburoh.
We know and leva eaoh other bet
ter. You know my weaknesses
and failings, and like loving
rieuds have tenderly borne with
me. l leve you very tenaeny ana
have proven it by staying longer
with you than with any other
We have our Master's wc rk on
our heartr, let us get down to it
so earnestly and faithfully that
we shall see it devilop mori than
any of the years whioh have past.
By faith let us press onward and
upward to onr heavenly goal,
May G d bleas you all.
Chablcb A . G . Tm mas.
Dao. lst, 1015v k .
Riccliard S Ro&el) esin WiloliEtoi
Charlotte Obgsrrer; D IStb.
Dr. A. J. Crowell received a
telegram yestordev from Wilming
ton anuoauoing the death there
f Mrs. Crowell's nephew, Rio li
ra Smith Rose. Three months L
ago jar K ise waa snot oj tn ao
ciuctal discharge of a pistol aud
since that time has been makibg
brave fight for life. He was 27
years 01 age ana is survivea oy
hia wife, who was a Mis Worth
of Wilmington. He held a high
ly respoutibie position with the
Seaboard Air Line in Wilmington.
He was a son of the late Rev. C.
A. Rose and Mrs. Res?, the latter
autvivii'g mm. ine ruuerai will
tke place this afternoon at 8
o ciocK in vv umiugton . airs.
. TT.t 1 m
Rote, mother of the deceased, who
lives iu China Grove; Mrs. Clyde
Lisk of this oiW, a sister, Miss
Mary Rose, a sister, Mrs. Junius
Rose, a sister-in-law. aud Miss
Jeunie Patterson left yesterday
afternoon for Wilmington to at
tend the fnneral. Mr. Rose wss
a pother of Junius A. Rose and
Mrs. Clyde Lisk of this oity and a
nephew of Mrs. A. J. Crowell.
He was a high toned Christian
youug man and greatly beloved
by all those who knew him.
$ioo Reward $ioo.
The readers of this paper wil
be pleased to learn that there is
it least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in
all its stages and that is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive oure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh be
ing a constitutional treatment
Hail s uatarrn uure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
aye tern, thereby deitroying the
foundation of the disease, and
giving the patient strength by
bniiding up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative power that
they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY &
CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75o.
Take Hall's Tamily Pills' for
for PrOIBOI PrltttlDg call at the Real
Salisbury Printing Office, 120
West Innee St.', tip stairs.
As to lie SpeccerWtashj
Mr. Dorsott, tbo wis Present Tolls ibe
Facts la tlii Cissr.
Mr. Editor: Having seen
report of the so-called mass-meet
ing of the citizens of Spencer, N.
u., ana noting tnat my name
We mentioned in snob was to
leavethe impression that I advo
cated the passage ot the resolution
mentioned therein, I desire to
make a brief statement that his
tory may be kept straight.
Having heard that Mayor W.
U. Barton was going to have a
meeting at the school house on the
night of December 10, 1915, for
the purpose of whitewashing him
self as Mayor and Jadsre of the
Recorder's court of tbe town of
Spenoer, N. 0., I attended as a
spectator only, being drawn then
by mere cunos:ty. 0 J arrival j
found present about thirty ( 1
forty men in one of the claff
rooms of the Spencer sohool build
The meeting was called to or Jpi
by Mr. Burton and was openec
with prayer by Mr. Burton. Next
Mr. Burton read four or five let
ters written by out of town partiet
who stated in response to Mr, Bur
ton's request that they had bean
no oriticum of the Recorder
Court of Spenoer previous to the
oriticism and recommendation of
the Grand Jury at November term
of Rowan Superior Court.
The next thing on the program
was the resolution whioh was vig
orously advocated by Mr. Burton.
After a painful silenoe of some
minutes some one moved the j
adoption of tbe resolution, but no
oue seemed inolined to vote .
Whereupon Mr. Burton stated
that he had secured legal advice
and that no one would lay them
selves liable in voting for his re
solution. Being thus encouraged,
about eight cr ten hesitatinelv
voted "aye." All others seemed
to be present as spectators only.
There was no discussion of the re
solution or the causes leading Mr.
Burton to think such aotion i
"""i uti poeuu ui ar. i
MAMA & Bh K mm I
Scroll discussion as was engaged!
in by any of the citizens presaut
was provosea Dy sue iniquity oi
J. B. Donevant, who stated that, I
in his opinion, before denaite ao-
tion should be taken it should be
ascertained just what information
led the Grand Jury to make the
criticism and recommendation
complained of by Mr. Burton :
Mr. Donevant here suggested that
a committee of three be appointed
to obtain this neoessary inform
tion. This aotion was diBOonrag
ed by Mr. Burton.
Being called upon by some one
present, I made a very brief talk
iu which I Quoted from memory
a letter written to Solicitor HaV-
den Clement, on November 15th,
1915, requesting him to have Dr
E. T. Carter, pastor of the First
Baptist ohuroh of Spencer, N. C,
testify before the Grand Jury.
Immediately, Mr. Burton, be
ing oornered, confessed that he
was the author of the letter men
tioned and made a few remarks
seeking to justify himself.
I. J. McAdams next oame to
the bat and made the home run
of the evening. Mr. McAdams
spoke concerning the charge that
the law was not impartially en
forced in Spencer, He reminded
Mayor Burton of being with him
on Sunday afternoon about two
weeks previous, near the Y. M. C.
A., when they met a man who
was very diunk and staggering
over the sidewalk. He further
r-indfld U&vot Burton that thev
, '.u "
stoppeu auu w euo u.uu-.
and how tbe said drunken
. , ... . L
Aima nantc ana or now .tne
mayor and he had to step to the
edge of tbe sidewalk to allow the
man to stagger bv. He fnrther
remined Mayor Burton of his de
olaration at that time that he
would have "The Chief" arrest
the said drunken man and try
I : k.nr H.nnlr M v KnriAn
.... ..... ... .
meuts WOis tiuo, o&& luvauiuia
also f orcerd Mr. Burton to admit
that he had not tried any person
Uzztrds SefiBtf Foot Long.
uomo isms, Wyoming, i s
olasBio ground to those interested
in the fossil remains of animali
that inhabited this region long
ages ago, for it was here that the
first dinosaur bones were dis
oovered in the Rooky Mountain
region. Some of the dinosaurs
were the largest land animals
that ever walked the earth, end
some were very diminutive. They
differed greatly in size, shape,
structure, and habits, Seme
w re plant eaters ; others f dd on
flesh. Some walked on four feet;
others with small weak fore limb
walked entirely upon the stronglj
developed hind legs, Some hao
reptile-like feet ; others were bird
footed. Some bad toes provided
with, long, sharp claws; other
uad flatened. hoof-like nails.
('here were dinosaurs with small
aeade, and others with large heads.
iume were large and cumbersome;
xuera were small, light and grace
ui aud so much resembled birdt
j their structure that only tbt
skilled anatomist can distinguish
hoir remains. Some of enormous
iize were olad in coats of bony
irmor, whioh gave them a most
The largest herbivorous o i
planteating dinosaur whose fossil
remains have been found in Como
Bluff was the huge brontosaurus,
or'thunder lizrard, as it was called
by Prof . Marsi. It was 70 feet
ong, stood 16 feet high at the
hipi, and had a long tail, an
equally long neck, and a bead that
was only a little larger than that
of a horse. The weights f such a
creature has been variously esti
mated at 18 to 20 tons. This ani
mal doubtless lived on the luxu
riant tropioal vegetation, but how
itB enormous bulk could be sus
tained by such food as oould pass
through -ita, , ridiculously small
mouth has caused much wonder
It is not oertain whether the name
thunder lizzard war given to it
because of its size or because of
the large sum, oyer $10,000, whioh
prof. Marsh spent iu ixoavatiug
ec-Jand preparing it.
some ainosaurs tnat are even
l&rorer than tha brontnflanr have
been found more recently: A
lplodocus now in the Carnegie
Museum in Pittsburg, had the
enormous leogth of 84-J feet:
At the time these animals flour
hihed the Rooky Mouutain region
was a low, nearly level couutrv. 1
covered with tropioal vegetation.
Iwith many wide, shallow itreama I
Und awamnv atarh. thn- f.n;-h
r - m " - mm m a m
ing a congenial placo for these
sluggish swamp inhabiting crea-
tares to wade latily about or float
in the water, for it has been deem
ed improbable that oould be sus-
tained without lateral sUDOort
suoh as would be obtsined in wa-
ter.O. W. Gilmore. Overland
mrfAhnn1r RnJltin TT s fion
I -.w-wwf v vM W Ml VI W
Help Your Liver It Pays
When your liver gets torpid and
your stomaoh aots queer, take Dr.
lung's jxew i.U6 nils and you
will find yourself feeling better.
They purify the blood, give you
freedom from constipation, bil
iousness, .dizziness and indiges
tion. You feel fine just Jike you
want to feel. Clear tbe complex
ion too. 25o. at druggists.
for drunkeness in the past three
weeks. This was one part of the
discussion of the evening to which
Mayor Burton made no reply.
I do not wish to be understood
as critncsing in any way that part
or me a ministration of Hdsdoii
t 1 , 1 .
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wman im iBurBiBnKAn nv tha u a
01 aen. iney are all high-
toned irentlamen ftni
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to do their duty as best thev can
unuer too u iron instances ; as to the
Oltizenaaip 01 opancer, there IS
it is to do oepiored that Mayor
Burton m tne aiorementioned let
ter preoipitatedhis entire contro-
versy. and upon him the full re-
8penoMi N. 0 Dm. ISsh. 1915.
LRead In Waxghmax and Rxooao
Cooatj Officers u be PdiSici ts Hsrt
More Except Register cf Dtiis.
Following is a report of the)
work of the board of county eon
missioners held in Salisbury Men
day and Tuesday at their Deota
Dr. E. W, Currie, county phv
sioian reported all inmates of th
county institutions i n a good
It was ordered that the county
donate $100 a year to the pablta
library, said donation commencing
January 1st, 1916.
Ordered that Superintendent
Thomaion have necessary survey
made aud build the road front
Gobble's mill to Grabb's ferry.
It was ordered that 0100 be do
nated to complete the Salisbury
and Baden road.
Ordered that no damages be al
lowed J. A. Trexler for road built
Ordered that a new survey be)
made of the Stokes ferry road
leading by the home of P. M.
It was ordered by the board
that the Cleveland and Mt. Vernon
road, leading across J. H. Koont'i
farm be discontinued.
The board adopted the present
survey of the Stokes ferry road
across 0. L. Barringer's farm.
It wss orderded thrt the old
road from Third creek bridge to
the Statesville road be discontin
ued, and also the old road from
the oreek to the new road.
Ordered that the Colonial thea
tre property owned by P. B. Beard
be assessed at $20,000.
Ordered by the board that the
order recently given the Nashville
Bridge Company for material for
several bridges be ooutermanded,
pwlngJtQ he fact thai thejr- failed
to furnish the neoessarv bond.
It was ordered that other bids be
asked to be submitted by January
The board allowed township
rax Collector 0. M. 0. Barge r the
neoessary stationary and postage
for his office.
Commissioners Fleming and
Harrison were commissioned to
confer with William Hall relative
to the road leading by Mr. Hall's
Ordered that Township Tax
Colleotor 0. M, 0. Birger's bond
De renewea cr tne year lyio.
Mri reri, keeper of the
C0UDty nome. reported nine white
end four oolored inmates in the
The Peeler Grain & Provision
Company was awarded the con
tract far furnishing supplies for
the county home and work house
for tne m0Lh ot Deoember.
I was orderd that $300 be ap-
DI0Pruted fc0 fene PP1" Agri-
cultural fair for 1916 and thatO.
O. Harrison, of the board, be
elected ex-offioio members of the
directors of said fair.
The board ordered that two
books be purchased for E. M.
Hoffman for the Juvenile court
and to be the property of the pub
In the matter of granting tele
phone franchises on the Gold Hill
road the board ordered that this
be deferred .
Ordered that the Gold Hill road
from John Linker's to Gold Hill
be discontinued when the new
road is located.
Ordered that the county tax on
ooal dealers in Salisbury be $80 a
It was ordered by the board that
Chairman Trott be empowered to
U.ra nntD! tt ttq-
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WB oraerea oy tne ooata tnat
all oountv officers, salarv be the
m netoiore, except mat 01
th. TWi.tar nf TmAm .n th.a
1 a -
this beieduced to $8,500,
ThR haina no fnrthr hn,inu
.n , ufnr tha, hnj. tha i..j
sw vvuiw wwiw VUW MWU W W VVMU
Bear This in Mind.
Remedy by far the best
medicine in the market for colds
and croup," says Mrs. Albert
Blosser, Lima, Ohio. -Many
others are of the same opinion ?
OMainahla every whaia.
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