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VOLOMI XXT. I
IIW BIM, CRAYM COUHTT, I. C, r EI DAY, AUGUST 28, 190Z.-SCCOND SECTION
Profitable Melon Raisin; Tils Sca-
Good Work ofDaighters f Confed
eracy, lataaeen Bellgleav
Judicial Ceaventle f' .'
Republican. A she
er : Saiag
RltawH, Aug. 87. The annual par
ade of the eotorad state Flremea's Asso
ciation was hold here this morning at 10
o'clock, and waa la all rcspecU credita
ble, more than 80 companies participa
ting. Tbe tournament began at 11
o'clock, at a poloi oa the east tide of Ihs
capltoV square. " The association , re
elected all its officer, J. Si rjummer of
Warreuloa being the president.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
have expended daring this year and last
year 800 In fitting np the Soldiers'
The Insane man named Ryan who yes
terday "worshipped' an oak tree In the
cspltol square and who last evening ton
off all his clothing there and was arrest
ed, waa kept In the station house last
night, but was released this .morning.
He met your correspondent In the eapl
tol square and said, "Can you tell me
the way to Ueaven." He waa given a. di
rection and departed. The man ought
to be locked up.
It Is asserted that the questions given
tbe applicants for attorney's license to
answer last Monday, by the Supreme
Court were the hardest yet 'asked. Jus
tice Cook, who prepared the questions
said he waa surprised at this, as the
court thought the questions essy
Ei-Uov. Russell left here early this
morning for New York, saying he would
not attend the Republican State Conten
tion at Greensboro tomorrow. ; The Re
publican oflle holders of prominence
here left for Greensboro today, to aid in
managing the convention.' '
The Republicans held their judicial
convention' for this district here today
la tbe office of ex-Congressman John
Nichols. Each county was represented
by a delegate. Judge W. 8. 0. Robinson
of Goldsboro waa renominated, and
James D. Parker of Smlth&eld was re
nominated for solicitor.
The Sute superintendent of public
instruction gives notice that first grade
public school teachers certificate granted
prior to July 1,1901, ought not to be
and will not be considered, particularly
If granted at "private examinations."
The State superintendent finds that
the treasurer of Ashe county reported
$2488 as on hand July 1, 1001. This year
he did not report It, but said he never
. had possession of It, that the sheriff had
not paid U over and that he was suing
the sheriff to get It. .
From the villsges of Garner and Au
burn, in two miles of each other, In this
county, 100 car loads of cantaloupes and
water melons, averaging 1260 each, have
been shipped this season. The farmers
find this so pto"Btablethat neat year they
will double their acreage. Many melons
go to the Virginia and North Carolina
mountains and piedmont regions.
A new school for negroes is being
i finished by the township school board
here. It Is the eighth public schol In
Raleigh and will accommodate 400 pu
pils. ' ;,'.
ErneBt Green, a son of ex-State Sena
tor, A. O. Green, was nearly killed yes
terday by an angry Jersey bull, at bis
home near here. Luckily the bull was
' dehorned, 1 He rushed at Green, knocked
htm down nl butted; and trampled; him
until aid camu. ., j
The argument In the Wilcox case In
the supreme court, begun yesterday, was
coi ciuded ti day by E. F. Aydlett for the
'defend t.J-v-.-iH f.
i It is decided that where money ! was
asked for a school district to make its
term four month! and that district has
been consolidated, the. money, follows
tbe district and goes to Ita credit. Other
wine. If not used, It must be returned to
'the Huiw treasurer. I
i-AuKum,, We ate. having Ideal
, weather now, clear and slightly cool, f
Our farmers have about completed
their fodder pulling, and from the num
.. ' her of big stacks we see In the fields we
' judge that our farmers will not bsve to
' buy so much 'Western feed the coming
year as they did the previous one. ;
' Our tobacco men are feeling good
over tho ; good prices they are getting
,(ortlie weta;, 'f ;.f ;v: 'X "';
' Coilou U opening very rapidly. , Pick
' Ing will bogln in a few daya." ' t u
' - ' Miss Annie Koonce will come up the
k last of 'this week, to get -ready to open
school, here., We understand that her
r next school here will be superior to her
The next M. 'E. Quarterly meeting
of Onslow circuit, will be held here the
first Saturday and Sunday In September.
Mr. Koonce says that ' he will have
" tbe church in readiness by that time.
' A great many of our Citizens went to
"" Trenton 'MondaJTlo. attend the County
1 Convention. M t.$ Jenklm (our
, Kt man for Sheriff) was beaten in iU torn-
nation by e very close vote by lit. Lon
.': Taylor of Trenton. Frank Is taking his
defeat very easily. If some of the candi
dates had not withdrawn, he would have
easily gotton the nomination. "A bad
beginning will make a good ending" for
yon old boy.
Miss Bell Cook of New Ben, and
Miss Llxxls Koonce of Rkhlanda are vis
lting friends and relatives la and around
here this week. We hope they win re
main with as a good while
Mrs. Griffin of New Bern Is v tailing
Mrs. W. B. Smith this week. Her hue
band, Mr. Griffin la visiting our mer
chants, showing them an up-to-date line
of dry goods and she es from the stock
of Messrs. O. Marks and Bon, of New
Mr. Richard Laroqueof New Bern is
moving his furniture Into his new resi
dence here this week. He la also hav
ing some unfinished rooms comple
ted. - ; ,
Mr. CvH.Foy Wat Klnaton auperla
tending the building of a residence these
Mr. Major Eubank has accepted a po
sition as salesman for Messrs. J. M. and
A. C. Foecue.
" Mb X. L. Mattocks will sever his bus
iness connections with W.r. Mattocka,
September lat. After that date he will
be at tbe Mayavllle Supply Co's. store.
W. F. Mattocks will continue business
at his same old stand.
Dr. X. L. Cox of Jacksonville was la
our town today.
Mr. K. J. Conway of Palo Alto gave
na call today.
Mr. Thomas Mitchell, of New Bern
was In town this week.
' Ohio capitalists have purchased 10,000
acres of land of Joseph. Tanllta Curri
tuck county, N. C, which they will de
velop for lumber interests. The price
paid waa $70,000.
Under the guidance of "Big Tom"
Wilson, President Roosevelt will hunt
bears In the North Carolina mountains
In-the near future. The sport Is most
exciting and the president is sald to
have expressed a desire to bunt beam In
,Brlgham Young, President of the Mor
mon Church, Is lying critically 111 from
an operation for dropsy.
Frank J Matthews, a banker of Jersey
City, New Jersey, and Mrs. Cobb of
Richmond, Va., were killed In an auto
mobile accident at Long Branch, Tues
Ret 8am Small collapsed at Brattle-
boro, Vt. as he waa about -to begin a
speech at a rally In the Interest of Percl-
val Clement, the high license and loctal
option candidate for governor. Physl
clans were In attendance all night and
hope he will recover with careful treat
General Botha has been chosen ss the
successor of President Kruger who re
signed tbe leadership of the anti-British
element who are now planning n cam'
palgh against British control In South
The American and British tobacco
trusts have agreed to a conference next
month to arrange a price schedule, This
la taken to indicate an end of the tobacco
war and temporary defeat of the Ameri
can trust to attempt to corral the English
f: CEDAR POINT.
August 86. Fodder pulling Is'over and
with exception of last dsys the weather
Was favorable. '
Cotton" Is opening ; rapidly and the
fields will' soon be ready for the pick
era. . - -. .--
: Miss Beatrice Weeks who hu been
spending few days at Stella came home
Sunday.'?. - - - '
, Miss Jlmmle Sablston and Messrs Chss
Bender, Percy and Albert Mattooks were
with us Sunday.
Mr. K. N, Bell who has been right
sick is thinking of going to Seven Spring
for a few weeks. His many friends will
he triad to ma him wnll uraln.'
J Messrs John Jones, Oria Weeks and
Chas Barker gave a sail Friday evening
The party went to Bogus Banks and but
for an untimely thunder , squall would
have had a more extended and pleasant
trip. Miss Jlmmle Sablston was the
Mr. Reuben Rue of Petttford's Creek
died last week, Mr.' Rue was very old
possibly 80 years, and hat been a suffer
er for quite along while.' He waa one of
the many who adda to the earth's wealth
byV'sweat of his face' that others may
Uve In luxury and ease. ii He was a hard
laborer and a good citizen. . 1
" The "Coaster'' In listing tho possible
candidates for County offices has Mr. L.
B. Xnnett for commissioner, bat he wish'
es his f rlendj to know . that his business
will not permit his accepting the nomi
nation If tendered and wishes to thank
those who have thought to thus honor
him. In about ten days we shall be called
together to say. who we wish to fill the
County offices and " we should soon
decide on some definite course to be fol
lowed at tbe oonnly convention, In
nothing is the (axiom , "In unity there la
la strength more applicable than in a
Why suffer pain and severe sickness
from Bowel Complaints, when AR
NOLD'S BALSAM stops one and cures
the other." It hu been successfully used
for fifty yeari. -i'Warrac'.ed to give satis
faction or money refunded by T. A
Henry. , .
Close hx Kail Came Talk ef the For-
Aagust 89. Mrs. 3. M.r Rhodes, of
Catherine Lake, visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Clara Cox, near here. '
Mlas Clara Sunmona, one of Onslow's
most charming daughters is vltltlng her
cousin near here, Miss Carrie Blm-
moas. " '.
Miss Florence Kllpatrick of this place
Is visiting friends in Trenton this
week. ! '-
Miss JalU Sanderson and Mrs. C. H.
Bryan are flatting friends and relatives st
Mrs. Dr. O. J. Mattocks and Miss Ada
Barry left last, week to vblt friends near
Buffalo,' Llthla ' Springs In Ya where
they win spend the remainder of
(iss Flora Mattocks, of Swansboro,
who has been visiting her relatives at
this place and vicinity, left for her home
Miss Bessie Holland who has been
Spending tbe summer with her uncle at
Shelby, returned home last week. Miss
Bessie Is quite a favorite with na all,
who gladly welcome her home again.
The Follocksville and Trenton base
ball teams plsyed a close gsme at Tren
ton hut afondsy the 86th, with Tisdale
as pitcher for the Pollocksville team and
WhlUker for Trenton. The gsme waa
a very close and exciting one for eight
Innings, standing 4-4. Trenton won in
tbe ninth by one score, 6 to 4. The game
was witnessed b a crowd of about 150
people. After the game was over the
Trenton team gave the visitors and vfott
Ing team an Ice cream supper In the
court house where the evening wss
passed very pleasantly by all In attend
ance. The county ticket nominated Monday
Is considered very strong sad one that
reflects credit on the wisdom of the
We hear that there Is a move on foot
to have a new county made by taking a
part of this end of Jones county, a part
of the While Oak end of Onslow ends
part of the Stella end of Carteret, mak
ing Maysvills the centre of the county
site. The nsme proposed for the new
county is Simmons, In honor of the Hon
F. M. Simmons, United States Senator
from this district. We learn this will be
one of the duties of the next legislature
tc consider this question which will, I
am Informed be presented by a petition
of tbe people of these three counties. .
To The Democratic
Voters of Craven
The many frlenda of Sheriff J. W.
Blddle desire to present his claims to the
voters of Craven county for renomtna-
tlon and reelection. The county has
never had a better officer; he is courte
ous, accommodating, faithful and In
every way thoroughly competent.
When a vacancy occurred In the office
of Sheriff, on account of the resignation
of ex-Sheriff Elnsey, the Board of Com
missioners endeavored to ascertain two
things: first, who was tbe most compet
ent man In the county for the office, and
second, who would be most acceptable
to all the rotors of the county.. They
finally selected Sheriff Blddle as they
were satisfied that he filled these two
qualifications better than any othor man
in the county. He has only been in of
fice a part of one term, and It would not
seem right to refuse to endorse his ad
ministration the first time he comes be
fore the people.. The people are fair and
just and would not Intentionally dis
honor any man without cause. . It has
been claimed that all of the candidates
are from the town of New Bern except
one. This Is not strictly correct; three
of the County Commissioners are from
the country, and two yean aso No.
Township had a most excellent candi
date for Register of Deeds who would
have been elected If , his own township
had supported him properly. Sheriff
Blddle was born and raised at Fort Barn
well and lived there until the war came
on, when he entered the service of the
Confederate States and waa a moat gal
lant and faithful soldier. The people can
not do too much for the men, who auf.
fared and fought for the South during
the war. Of all the candidates upon the
ticket Mr. Blddle is the only representa
tive of the soldier rote. It Is true a man
ought not to be selected to fill an office
because he was a brave soldier, but when
ha is In every way competent, the peo
ple ought not to forget such services as
these, i While Mr. Blddle lives In New
Bern, he was born and 'raised In the
country and still owns the lands Where
his father Hred before hlmw ,
we ao not wish to disparage any
other candidate,- as all the candidates
for office In ' this County are good and
true men, whose; past services to the
Democratic party merit recognition and
entitle them to aspire to any office in
the County; But we do say -that we do
not wish to east any reflection upon
Sheriff Blddle by refusing to elect him
when he hu only served a part of one
term. We hare never heard of an In
stance where a good man capable and
Competent, who had been appointed to
the office of Snerlff hu not received the
nomination at the hands of his party at
the succeeding Convention, h -.:
lm submitting the 7 claims of Sheriff
Blddle to tin people' of Craven tsountv
we are only actuated by a desire to see
Justice done to a good officer, and we
bsve every confidence that the people of
Craven county will treat bherlff Blddle
at the coming Primaries.
Mast Votkbs of Cbayeh Cotjhtt.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONTENTION
Hancock Delegation Gets Recognition.
Special to Journal.
Ghskhsbobo, AugustSS. The whitest
Republican Convention ever held In
North Carolina, met in the opera bonse
here today at noon.
The Convention adjourned after listen
Ing 'to Senator Pritchard's speech, to
meet st five five o'clock, end a secret
caucus of all the delegates wss called to
meet at three. In this caucus Senator
Pritchard, Congressman Moody, Post
master Reynolds, of Winston and others
made Impassioned speeches In support
the resolutions endorsing Thoi. H. Hill
for Chief Justice, snd were as strongly
supported by Warren, Wayne, Wilson,
and Vance Counties, In each of these,
Lily White, or Prltcbard delegnles were
Hancock from Craven finally succeed
ed In shutting out completely all of the
opposing delegation. In Rockingham
Connly, both delegations were seated
the vote being equally divided. In Union
county the delegation of Postmaster
Hsvy, .or Prltcbard faction was seat
ed. The convention met at five o'clock and
after the report of the credential com
mittee, Charles Price was named a9 per
manent chairman and It. II. McNeill,
Secretary. A platform committee was
opposed by 'Congressman Blackburn,
Linney and others. The Pritchard men
won out by adopting tho resolutions en
dorsing Hill for Chief Justice, and de
claring before tbe convention that no
nominations be mado of Associate Jus
tices, leaving -the power In the hands of
the Executive Jommlttee to take such
sction in the future as tlity deem best.
There was a hot fight In tbe Credential
Committee up to the meeting of
the convention, over the con
tested delegations from Halifax com
posed of Harry Skinner, E. M. Stewart,
D. II. Abbott, C. P. Lockey, C. A. Rey
nolds, Z. A. Sutton, Z. V. Walscr, A. H.
Price, L. L. Jenkins, J. J. Butt.
D. A. Long, of Alamance may be noml
nated for Superintendent of Public In
struction. When the convention assembled after
supper, Seawell of Moore, offered a res
olution endorsing Senator Pritchard and
the records of Congressmen Moody and
Blackburn, which was unanimously
Assistant District Attorney Price,
then offered a resolution agreed upon in
caucus, endorsing T. H. Hill for Chief
Justice, and leaving blank the nomina
tions for Associate Justices, which was
adopted without opposition.
D. A. Long, of Alamance, was nomi
nated for Superintendent of Public In
struction, by R. W. Douglas, who In
answer to an inquiry, vouched for his
Republicanism, and he went through all
Assistant District Attorney Oscar
Spears of Harnett, and JEx-JudgcJW. P.
Bynum made speeches favoring D. H.
Abbott for railroad commissioner, who
was nominated by a rising vote.
E. W. Tlmberlake of Franklin, 4th dls
trlct, W. S. O. B. Robinson, Wayne, 6th,
H. F. 8eawell, Moore, 8th, A. L. Coble,
Iredell, 10th, H. R. Starbuck, Forsylhe,
11th, R. H. McNeill, Ashe, 13th, O. B. F.
Blythe, Henderson, 14th, CD. Wash
burn, Madison, 15th, Baylus Cade, Hay
wood, 16th, were nominated without op
position, for Judges of Superior Court.
Z. V. Walzer then reported resolutions
of committee on platform which were
adopted without opposition.
Ex-Judge W. P. Bynum of the com
mittee on plan of organizationubmltted
amendments to party rules, tending
to Increase reports In district, State and
county nominating conventions, so u
to bring them closer to the people, and
changing section six sou W leave no
doubt about Its construction, and against
that put upon it at Rural hall judicial
convention. Adopted. . v ;:, t1
Tbe members of the District Executive
Committee were named as follows:' 1st
Ceo. Buckman Beaufort; Snd, D. W.
Patrick? Greene; 3rd, Q. W. Hunt, Car
teret: 4th, Claudius Dockery, Wake; 5th,
W. T. O'Brien, Durham; 6th, W. D. Sut
ton, Bladen; 7th, W. A. Bailey, Davie;
8th, L. 8. Blackburn, Wilkes; 0th, Thos.
CASTOR I A
For In&nU and Children.
Its Iti Yea K:?3 AL":;$ Echt
Beam, the jy
E. 8. Rollins, Madison; 10th, J. M.
Moody. II sy wood.
Six members of the executive commit
tee for the Bute at Large were elected
as follows: B. F. M abase, Rockingham,
J. T. Wilson, Mecklenburg: H. 8. Ear
klna, Beaufort; K. C. Duncan, Carteret:
W. P. Bynum, Guilford; Z. V. Welaer,
J, C. Pritchard wu then unanimously
named as chairman of tbe State Execu
tive Committee. " This completed the
work of the Convention and at 10:15 p.
m. chairman Price being called for, pro
ceeded to make a speech, after which
Winners In Peaoody Scholarships
Check From Sale Swamp Lands.
Republicans Indifferent on State
Ticket. Colored Firemen's
A Massachusetts Fa
natic. Ralkioh, Aug. 28. Today the win
ners In tho competition for tbe three
Peabody Scholarships from this State
were announced. They aro Arthur A,
Smith of Sparta, Alleghany county; B.
Robinson of Taylor's Bridge, Sampson
county; Farnlo B. Gardiner of Reldsvllle
Rockingham county. Twenty-one ap
plicants were examined. The showing
some of them made was miserable, only
33 per cent.
Today the State hoard of education re
celved a check for $3960 from Its agent,
or the sale of swamp lands In Carteret,
Tyrrell and Hyde counties.
It was very evident that the rank and
file of the Republicans took no interest
In the proceedings of their party's State
convention Some were heard to say
that they did not care a penny for any
election except the presidential.
The tournament of the State Firemen's
Association here ended today. It was a
success all the way through. Today
there were horse wagon races, reel and
grab contests ana special feature races.
The firemen won many compliments
for their admirable behavior during the
The event of the tournament was the
150 yards reel race. Eight teams entered
Two from Wilson, one from Salisbury,
Concord, Monroe, Statesville, Charlotte
and Raleigh. Raleigh won in 30 seconds,
Charlotte second in 33, Salisbury third,
In 33 This race was for a prize. Three
hundred yard reel race was for State
championship, won by Wilson, time 57
seconds, there being four enteries.
The board of inspectors of 8tate in
stitutlons is thoroughly examining the
hospital for the insane here.
President Winston of the Agricultural
and Mechanical College here says work
on the new dormitory, Watauga hall,
though Incomplete, is so far advanced
that students can be quartered in it
Septembers. The college opens that
day. The examinations for entrance
will be held September 4th and 5th. He
expects about 400 students. He expects
work on Pullen hsll to be completed by
There have been three lynchings In
the Bute this year for rape, it seems
impossible to stop them.
Officials here were not surprised at
the decision of Got. Crane of Massacha
setts yesterday to honor Got. Aycock's
requisition for Monroe Rogers, the ne
gro house-burner. One of the vehement
opponents of the sending of Rogers to
North Carolina wu severely rebuked by
Got Crane. This fanatic dclared he would
rather be shot by a Massachusetts officer
than be trusted to the mercy of Gov
Aycock. Governor Crane stopped him
there and forbade him to speak fur
It la said that the drought did as much
damage to crops in part of Orange coun
ty as any where in the State, y
Goyer&or's Requisition Honored.
Special to Journal. .
KiiJtiGH, Aug. 27. Gov. Aycock to
night received a telegram from Got.
Crane of Hatsechusetts saying, "I honor
your requisition for Monroe Rogers." '
This is the negro charged with house
burning In Durham county who it ; was
alleged by certain persons in Massachu
setts would be lynched If brought back
to North Carolina. There has never
been the least danger of lynching.' He
Is not charged with a capital offense.
Republican Nominations. ;
Special to Journal , c , . ?
1 Gbbensbobo, N. C, Aug. 28. R. H.
McNeill of Ashe county. Senator Pritch
ard's private seoraUry wu today named
by the Republican Executive Committee
for Judge of the 13th Judicial District,
in place of Ham Turner, declined. '
The Republican ; Conrentton of the
9th Congressional District was called to
meet in Hickory, September .eth, when
all agree that Geo. B. HUs, of Election
burg, will be nominated.
A PRETTY POSTMISTRESS
NARROWLY ESCAPES DEATH.
Was Given Up to Die-Eight Doctors
Failed Pe-ru-na Saved Her Life.
rOTJSANDS of women suffer from
aystemlo catarrh. This la sure to
produce such symptom u coal feet
and hands, aiok headache, palpttatfeB of
the heart and heavy feelings In the
Than begins a series of experiments
with medicine. They take medicine for
sick headache. They take medicine for
nervous prostration, for palpitation of
the heart, for dyspepsia. None of these
medicines do any good because they do
not reach the cause of the complaint.
Jfenma at once mitigates all these
symptoms by removing tbe cause.
Systemic catarrh Is the trouble. Sys
temic catarrh pervades the whole sys
tem, deranges every organ, weakens
every function. No permanent cure can
be expected until the systemic catarrh
This is exactly what Parana will do.
Miss Alma Cox, Assistant Postmis
tress of Oram, S. C, writes :
have been m greet nfferer from
chronic disease and dyspepsia for five
years. How I suffered no tongue can
tell.. I tried eight ox ten of the beat phy
sicians without receiving much benefit,
also tried lota of patent medicines. ; Bat
still I suffered with sick headache, cold
feet and hands, palpitation of the heart,
and such a heavy feeling is my stomach
and chest. At times I would be so nerv
ous I could not bear anyone around me.
I had been given np to die.
' ' One day a Mead teat me oae of Dr.
Hartmaa'a pamphlets, and I decided to
write to him. He advised Peruna and
Manalin, and after taking the medicine
two weeks I felt greatly relieved. My
heed did not pain me any scarcely, and
my stomach was relieved of its heavy
Dr. S. B. Hartman, Presldcntmof The Hgrtman Sanitarium, oi
Columbus, O., gives advice to women tree during the summer months.
Fox River Print and Fancy Elgin Butter only 30c lb. , ,
, New BblFultonJMarket CornediBeef. ... , v, .
Small PigHams and Breakfast Strips, EnglisbOured
Shoulders and California Hams. j .,
Codfish, Irish Potatoes and Onions,
Grape Nuts. , (: i - ; ,
Mason's Fruit Jars and Jar Rubbers. - -
Potted and Canned Meats. .,n
Heinz 's Pickles. ,. ,. .
Fancy Fresh Elgin Butter 80s lb. . , ...... v.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST
d Bring your Tobacco I
tQ tbePtartdrs: Warehouse
which is always the place TO GET THE II03T
MONEY FOR IT. .
Best accommodations guaranteed,, .-
, : E. J.
Cotton Baf!F!iini0IlAllal:3' r
We have in stock , and to.' arrive
3,500 Rolls Cotton,, Bagging,. 8,500
bundles CottOH Ties, ; y .
'Send tia your orders. ' Prices, are
tho lowest i "' "'' !i;
a3s E, IT." V. l Cj
.k V Hi
'.-. Tsssssssaaaasssass .
feeling. I am so thankful that I can say
after using several bottles ef the Peruna
and Manalin I am restored to perfect
'Before tnlax joar remedies I could
mot ami anything. -1 lived on barley
water and Panopeptin for two .years.
Now I can, eat with pleasure. Every
body Is so surprised at my improvement.
Everyone says I am looking like a rose.
I would advise all suffering women to
take your remedies. I know if it were
not foT Peruna and Manalin I would
have been in my grave to-day. ' I cannot
thank you enough for the kind advice
you have given me." MISS ALMA
L. COX. "' '
Senator M. O. Butler, ex-Governor of
South Carolina, writes from . Wash
ington, D. C, the following :
can recommend Peruna tor dyw
pepalm and stomach trouble.- ' I have
been oslag your medicine for a short
period, and I feel very much relieved.
U la Indeed a wonderful medicine, and
besldeaagreat tonlc"M. C Butler. .
, Peruna restores health in a normal
' Peruna puts right all the mucous mem
branes of the body, and In this way re-
stores ,uu luncuons oi every organ,
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