Is to Business what Steam is to
Machinery, that great propelling
power. This paper gives results.
Use these columns for result.
An advertisement in thi payer
will reach a ood class of people.
e. E. S!!LLIASSD, EtliJor artd Proprietor.
"Excelsior" is Our flaito.
SubstrQiicn Price $1.00 Per Yccr.
SCOTLAND KECK, If. C, IIOSBAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1S0S.
. New Series Vol. 11.--S-1S
wit i ny. w , i m.
cji:-r:r-,a3.imfJtaaBaBKWKiiin iiwii a
Urhsaltliy Kiincys Make Impure Blood.
All the bleed in your body passes through
ycur kidney: once every three minutes.
gi-t,!. I ne kidneys are youi
H t'nv 5r irlr of
i'fv"S! P cf order, they fail to dc
matism come from ex
cess cf uric acid in thf
blood, due to ne?!ectec
Kidney trouble causes quick or unstead;.
hear; htz.z, and innk-s one feel as thougl
i-.cy had h-art trouble, because the hsart i.
cver-w-;.rV.;nj in pumping thick, kidney
i'iscr.i j biood Ihrouh veis and arteries.
It usv-i tj 1 3 considered that only urinarv
trouble vers to be traced to the kidneys
out r.ov,- :e.od-:-n; svenca proves that nearh
ad ccr.aMtutiov.aS diseases have their begir
r.'.n in kidney trouble.
U y ; j are sick yea can make no mistak
ly fl.-ct doctoring ycur kidneys. The mil'
; ni extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer'.
;-'.yaRvp-Root, the great kidney remedy i.
i;on realized. U stands the highest for it.
voncsri::.' euros of the moat distressing case:
by a!! druists in firry
cent and c:ie-d.'!ar siz-EliygJS
es. You may have aXfeg
sample boit.e by mail Homo of smi-Rv
free, ab o r irr.yh'et telling you how to fin.
out if yon ha-3 kidney cr bladder trouble
Mention this parr when writing Dr. Kjlme
& Co . Ci-barr.ton. N. Y.
iX'-n't. nif.ko any mistake, but re
member the nann Swamp Root, Dr
Kilmer's Swamp Root, anil the add res.
IJinghamton. N. Y. , on every bottle.
Scotland Xeck, N. C.
Qt V. SUITS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
Ofifiee in th.e Xcw Bank Building.
)R. J. P. WIM5ERLEY,
Physician and Surgeon,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
OiTiec on Depot Street.
Tfi Ofnco up stairs in White
'fX'Jx head Building.
Office hours from 9 to 1 o'clock
and 2 to 5 o'clock.
j-j W. M1X0N,
"Watch Maker, Jeweler, En
graver, Scotland Neck, N. C.
I McBR YDE WEBB,
Attorney and Counselor at
219-221 Atlantic Trust Building
Notary Pahlic. Bell Phone 374
gDWARD L. TR7i VIS, "
Attorney and Counselor ai
Halifax, N. C.
Money Loaned on Farm Lands
iLL U. JOSEY,
General Insurance Agent,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
fi'.Vi-V.'!ritm...... .....1 km..,!!!... !.. h.T.
IV'ft.'S'i'-'' sl'j Vrui-ictti a luxuriant 5t?i. f
I'S5f3LX-S B3i!TC to Umrtoro Grayt
IrV7-j- j' . .--.i4. nrt . 40 i Touthful Colav.
tbS&'ffl iSom vnp heir liuilaa,
Fell and Complete Line.
of fins and Caskets
Burial Robes, Etc.
Hearse Service any Time
N. B. Josey Company,
Scotland Neck. North Carolina
SIMPLE REMEDY Fob LA GRIPPE.
La grippe coughs are dangerous, as
they frequently develop into pneumon
ia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heals and strength
ens the lungs so that no serious results
need be feared. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar contains no harmful
drugs and is in a yellow package. Re
fuse substitutes. E. T. Whitehead &
ter out (he waste o
- v'VC' ui SN&rU? impurities in the blood
A A (A A .
THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
Observations of Passing Events.
Bad politics, bad whiskey and bad blood make a mixture that
is apt to produce disaster and death. Such was the condition
A Bad Mixture.
The story of the killing is the sequence of some bloody f ueds
which have been a terror to Breathitt county for years and
which have become a familiar tale to many people of the nation.
Judge Hargis was charged with complicity in several murders,
and had recently paid $3,000 in settlement of the last result of
such charges. The Charlotte Observer pointedly remarks of it
ill: "The long trail of blood which has marked the political
rul3 of Judge James Hargis in Breathitt county, Kentucky, has
stopped finally at Hargis' door and the man whose name has
been a synonym for plot, assassination and murder for years
has been gathered to his fathers. Retributive justice was long
delayed, but its aim was nevertheless true, and the dramatic
touches are given the situation in that it was the hand of his
own son that smote him. Verily, this looks like the vengeance
of the Lord." V
Some days ago when the earth was covered with snow for a
few hours and the ground was frozen hard, there was a prospect
A Lesslon From the Birds.
which every stanza, as we now remember, ended with," 'Tis a
iiost bitter lot to the poor when it snows." And while medi
tating on the cold weather and the dreary prospect it presented
cor all, and especially for the very poor, who are not always
provided with the comforts necessary in such seasons, the clear,
Hweet note of a little bird on the outside rang out as joyously
as if it had been a May-day. And so Ave thought all might
gather a lesson from the homeless, shelterless little bird which
could be cheerful and gladden the world with its sweet little
song while its shoeless feet were doubtless stung with the bit
ter cold. The little bird Avould have been more comfortable
perched upon the branch of a tree in some cozy corner of sun
shine, but from, the cheerful notes of his song one would think
him just as happy in the snow and cold as if it had been a
balmy day in Spring. The modest and unpretentious little
neacher was content with its lot, and warbled out its soul-cheering
song just as si den clouds as if the whole
firmament had be j j line and the breezes redo
lent of the fragrance oi spring nowers. May we not learn
che lesson of contentment from the little bird? If we look every
lay and hour at the unpleasant things which crowd next about
as and think only of the disadvantage and discomfort they
bring, we may not get out of life the sweetest and best things
that are meant for us. But if we will school ourselves, like the
guileless and naturedoving little bird, to see sunshine away
beyond the clouds and to accept and make the best of the
present unpleasant things with a hope and a faith that better
things will come that the clouds will after awhile float away
and the sunshine will burst upon us again our own lives will
be fiir happier and we shall be able to be a source of more
happiness to others. Blessed little bird, nature's sweet choris
tar of cheer and hope! Sing thou again at our window when
the clouds are dark and heavy, and lead us again to the con
t3inplation of higher and better things than the despondencies
of life, and teach us to pipe a note of gladness and cheer, both
when the sunshine is bright and
heavy and dull.
The Forest Service of the United States Department of Agri
culture sends this paper the following: Cement and steel and
. brick and
juiidicg Opsratloss and the . , ,
iS232r blippiy. ,
psts will not be called unon to
used in building operations. Notwithstanding the remarkable
. 4 . . . . . , i
increase in the use ot cement and
Last reports ot tne building operations in ioriy-mne ot uie lea u-1
ing cities of the United States
Geological Survey, show that 59
struct ion. Even if the remaining torty-one per cent, ot tne
buildings were built of brick,
ties of wood are consumed both
finish, though in the latter form, metal is taking the place of S
wood to a verv large extent. The amount of lumber given
above does not take into consideration this item at all. While
above does not take into consideration
this percentage is representative of the building industry in the
United States, dealers point out that it does not include the
large quantities of lumber used for the construction of dwell
ings, stores and other buildings
and towns scattered over tne country and not included in tae
forty-nine cities on which a reckoning was make. In towns
and small cities wood is usually the predominating building
material and it is safe to say that if the statistics had included
figures for all places of whatever size, the percentage of wooden
construction would have been much greater. These figures, as
a rule, are only for the corporate limits, and the suburbs of
these cities have each very large amounts to be added. The
cost, also, is relatively higher in these cities than in towns
nearer the base of the supply. In wooden buildings, .New ork
City is at the bottom of the list, though it leads with $18,075 as
the average cost of buildings. Except at San Francisco, where
abnormal conditions have prevailed since the fire, Boston shows
the greatest increase of any of the cities in the total cost of
building operations. The average cost of buildings is constant
ly increasing, having risen over three hundred dollars during
the last three years. The average value of a building is given
in the report as $2,035. Lumber is by far the greatest drain on
the forests, and the wonderful development of the country dur
ing the past decade has called for the use of nearly forty billion
board feet a year. The largest quantity ever reported for a
single year was for 1900, when thirty-seven and one-half billion
feet, with a mill value of $621,151,388 was used. Including the
value of the lath and shingles used with this amount, the total
value of the wood used for buildings is brought up to $050,796,
si s The increasing price of lumber and the rapidly increasing
use of perfected fire-proof systems of constructions should have
much to do in holding down the amount which the forests are
called upon to yield each year, but so tar tnese more suDstanxiai
materials have not decreased the lumber cut of the nation. .
Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scro
fula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to
impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters
is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you
in the killing of Judge James Hargis b"
his son at Jackson, Ky., some days ago.
for a long season of bitter cold weather.
Years ago we read the little poem in
clear and when the clouds are
stone are not yet used in suf- j
1 . ,. i 4i r
predict the time when the for-
furnish the principal materials !
other nre-proot materials, tne
for the year, collected by tlie 1
per cent were ot wooden con-
stone and concrete, vast quanti
in the construction and in the
in the thousands of small cities I
Itching piles provoke profanity, but
profanity won't cure them. Doan's
Ointment cures itching, bleeding or
protruding piles after years of suffering.
At any drug store.
Why ifce Sign Cisappaared.
CRAWFORD MILLS IILLE3 THE BILL.
People laughed yhen they saw the
sign again. It seened to be always
in Mr. Peter's win-low. For a day or
two sometimes oily for an hour or
two it would be nissing, and pass- j
ers-by would worder whether Mr.
Peters had at lasj found a boy to
suit him; but soon or later it was
sure to appear agiin.
"What sort of a' boy does he want,
anyhow?" one e.wl another would
ask; and then tl:e would say to one '
another that they supposed he was
looking for a perfect boy, and in
their opinion he wtuld look a great
while before he fonnd one.
"All he wants is for a fellow to
run on errands; itmust be easy work
and sure pay" :his was the way
they talked to one another; but Mr.
Peters wanted sonething more than
a boy to run enunds. John Sim
mons found it out, and this is the
way he did it. He had been engag
ed that very morning, and had been
kept busy all the forenoon at pleas
ant enough work; and although he
was a lazy fellow, he rather enjoyed
It "was toward the middle of the
afternoon that he vas sent up to the
attic, a dark, dingy place, inhabited
by mice and cobwebs.
"You wid find a long, deep box
there," said Mr. Peters, "which I
want to have put in order. It stands
right in the middle of the room
you can't miss it."
John looked doleful. "A long,
deep box! I should think it was!"
he said to himself, as the attic door
closed after him. "It will weigh a
ton, I guess; and what is therein it?
Nothing in the world but old nails
and screws and pieces of iron and
broken keys and things rubbish,
the whole of it. Nothing worth
touching. And it is as dark as a
pocket up here, and cold, besides.
Hosv the wind blows in through
those knot-holes! There's a mouse!
If there is anything I hate, its mice!
I'll tell you what it is, if old Peters
thinks I'm going to stay up here and
tumble over his old, rusty nails, he's
much mistaken. I wasn't hired for
that kind of work."
Whereupon John bounce! down
the attic stairs three at a time, and
was found lounging in the show
window an hour afterward when Mr.
"Have you put the box in order al
ready?" was the gentleman's ques
tion. mt i i i r 1 i T. ' i . L r
i aiun c nna anymuig to put in
order; there was nothing in it but
old nails and things
p-eciseiv at g o'
G o'clock Joan was I
pnllod nrd n-nd th sum nromised
caned ana p-i.i zn bum P10-1 -1
mm aua, .v.ua, . u u.t.i, .
ni3 lsma-v1 as
would not be neeaed any moie.
H questions. Indeed he
h d time for n0Re a3 Mr pecr3jm. j
medateb- closed tlie door
jt vvas Crawford Mills who was
hired next. He did not know the
other boy, and so did his errands in
blissful ignorance of the long box
until the second morning of his stay,
when, in a leisure hour he was sent
to m or(Ter" The
mssed. dinner time came, and still
Crawford had not appeared from
the attic. At last Mr. Peters called
him: "Got through?"
"No, sir; there is ever so much
more to do."
"All right. It is dinner time now.
You may go back to it after din
ner." After dinner he was sent back.
All the short afternoon he was not
heard from, but just as Mr. Peters
was deciding to call him again, he
I "I've done my best, sir," he said,
"and down at the very bottom cf
the box I found this."
"This" was a five-dollrr gold piece.
"That's a queer place for gold,"
said Mr. Peters. It's good you found
it. Well, sir, I suppose you will be
on hand to-morrow morning?"
This he said as he was putting the
gold piece in his pocketbook.
After Crawford had said good
night and gone, Mr. Peters took the
lantern and went slowly up the attic
stairs. There was the long, deep
box in which the rubbish of twenty
five years had gathered. Crawford
had evidently been to the bottom. He
had fitted shingles to make compart
ments, and in these different rooms.
he had placed the articles with bits
of shingle laid on top and labeled
A Ring's Dyspepsia Tablet after each
meal overcomes indigestion, dyspepsia
and other stomach ills. Two dsys'
treatment free.. Ask our dealer. Sold
by E. T. Whitehead & Co. ,
WANTED, A BOY.
"Small Keys, Somewhat
Bent," "Picture LTooks," "Pieces of
Iron whose use I don't know." And
so on through the long box. In per
fect order it was at least, and very
little that really could be called use
ful could be found within it.
But Mr. Peters as he bent over j
artd read the labels, laughed glee- j
fully, and murmured to the mice. "If i
we are not both mistaken, I have
found a boy; and he has found
Sure enough the sign disappeared
from the window, and was seen r.o
All this happened years ago.
Crawford Mills is errand boy no I
more, but the firm of Petcrj. Mills ,
& Company a young man, a rich j
"He found his fortune in the long ;
box of rubbish," Mr. Peters said j
once, laughing. "Never was a five- i
dollar gold piece so successful in
business as that one of his has been; j
it is good he found it." 1
Then, after a moment of silence, j
he said, gravely: "No, he didn't; he j
found it in his mother's Bible. IIe ;
that is faithful in that which is least, '
is faithful also in much.'S It is true; j
Mills the boy was laithlu!, and i
Mills the man we trust." i
For Health and Beauty.
If you wish ycur neck and head to
be graceful, don't sleep on a high
Have plenty of ventilation in your
sleeping room and rinse your stom
ach with a cup of water, both on re-
. . , , 1
morning, if you wish a clear com-
Here are two good stretching exer
cises for the short girl who wishes to
be tail. Lie on the floor with your '
feet under some heavy piece of fur- ;
niture. Now rise up without the aid I
of your hands or arms. Hang from J
a cross pole or the top of the door by !
your hands with some heavy article I .
across the feet. Try to lift the ob-1 Htops mradie in tvoi:iii:!:t"s. t .t!i
iect with your feet without drawii:a iivi.e ur pa in ul burn 01 sor.id m '.rvc
tu 4- t 4i,A i,. i
Another exercise which will j
strengthen the bacK muscles is to he
on the floor, touching only with the
palms and toes. Raise and lower the
bedv as many times as possible, try
ing to make the chest touch the ;
floor and not allowing the the knees
to do so.
If the children bite their nails, put
some bitter medicine on the tips of
their fingers. ;
No matter if you cannot keep your
hair dressed in
in the latest style you '
.lean, weU-combed and
is these qualities that'
i can keep it cle;
ql -n,r tf
mnn(. fov nn,i nrtu
Above all forget
things, learn how to say pleasant
". v -i . ,i
WOrds and be considerate of others. ;
Th en you Wlll hve loRff and the
I wrinkles will be slow in coming.
. ---: - .... - .
WsiQliing Ccmon A!r.
The weight of air has often been
tested by compressing it in recept-
acles by the air pump. That it real-1
ly has weight when so compressed is ;
shown by the fact that the weight cf '
the vessels is increased slightly by
filling them with compressed air and '
that such vessels become specifically
"lighter" as soon as the air contain
ed in them is exhausted. Many elab-
orate experiments on the weight of
air have proved that one cubic foot
weighs 533 grains, or something less '
than one and a quarter ounces. The ;
above experiment on the weight of :
air is supposed to be made at the j
surface of the earth with the tern-;
perature at 50 degrees F. Heated j
air, or air at high elevations, is much j
SUFFEEIN(V& DOLLARS SAVED, j
E. S. Lopor, of Marilla, X. Y., says: j
"1 am a carpenter and have had many J
severe cuts healed by Bucklen's Arnica i
Salve. It has saved me HifTcring and i
dollars. It is by far the best healing
salve I have ever found." Heals burns, i
sores, ulcers, fever sores, eczema and
piles. 2oc at E. T. Whitehead & Co., i
It is entirely likely that no action j
in regard to the hatchet would be j
necesary if there just could be an j
agreement to bury the hammer.
NEIGHBORHOOD FAVORITE. !
Mrs. E. D. Charles. of Ilarbor.Maine, j
speaking of Electric Bitters, says: "It j
is a neighborhood favorite here with ;
us." Tt deserves to be a favorite every- j
where. It gives quick relief in dyspep-!
sia, liver complaint, kidney derange
ment, malnutrition, nervousness, weak
ness and general debility. Its action on
the blood ,'as a thorough purifier makes it
especially useful as a spring medicine.
This grand alterative tonic is sold un
der guarantee at E. T. Whitehead &
Co.'s drug store, ouc.
To Thine Own Self Be True.
By thine own soul's law learn to live,
And if men thwart thee take no
And if men hate thee have no care;
Sing thou thy song and do thy
Hope thou thy hope and pray thy
And claim no crown they will not
Nor bays they grudge thee for tin
hair. Keep thou thy soul-worn steadfast
And to thy heart be true thy heart;
What thy soul teaches learn tokown,
And play out thine appointed part,
And thou shalt reap as thou shall
Nor helped nor hindered in thy
To thy full stature thou shalt grow,
Fix on the futures soai thy face,
An(1 Jet thy feet be lurcHj to strRy
Nowhither, but be swift to run ,
And nowhere tarry bv the way,
Until at Iast the end is won
. And thou mayst look back frrtm
Anc pee thy long day's journc-y done.
Why Eyes Get lied.
The eyeball contains a high per
centage of blood, and why, there
fore, is it white? The answer is that
the blood vessels which supply its
surface are so exceedingly minute
that usually they do not admit the
little red corpuscles to which the or-
I dinary red appearance of the blood
is due. Blood without these corpus-
cles is colorless, or, at most, ot the
. . . , n .. . 0 ,
j ally when the eye is irritated or when
there is any slight or considerable
derangement of the system certain
of the little vessels enlarge sufficient
ly to allow the corpuscles to enter,
thereby producing the well known
red streaks or inflamed appearance
minutes: hour.soness, oik.' hour
clearhe, two hours; sore throat , tv.eivt
i hours Dr. i homas l.ek el l ie ! III. mosi-
arcli over pain.
Poverty may be no disgrace, but j
it 13 not very tilling. Salt Lake Tri-
K EE PI N't! OPEN 1 1 lSE.
Everybody is weieome when w leei
good; and we foci that way only when j
our digestive organs are working prop-
0rly. Dr. 1
King's New Life P.'! regu-
late the action
f stomaeli, liver and
bowels so perfectly one eati't h-lp feeling j
- -' ,
.VUSai M'.d. IS J uail-'a JciLJv-l Loco
the British Isles
If you have catarrh rid your-eh
tllis ;..,!.,,,.(. ai.-x-nsc. Ask Dr. sh-
cf Mm ine. M'is., to mail you fire,
trial box of bis Dr. t-hoop s ( atarrn j
Remedy. A sim'ile. smulo te.-i, will
surely tell you a catarrh truth well
i.'.ivtli i...-v 1-,.,1'i-imr Write lo-d:iV.
Don't stiller longer. A. (!. Peterson. ;
of the her!
"it is r.s cr.sv rs
only use enough
; taerc any res.scn v;i.y you c"D'- t-3 .:!
jansos Swint, cf Chiplcr, (la., v.V.n u
r.cre of Virginia-Crr?!h:a. i"'c.rl:!i. c:t, on i
He grctaercd one sad a hall Laics of ts.'.
rc, zr.d there were more hv'.'-j yet to open.
This i3 the - "perienco cf hi:
plar-tcr.-.. Circ' c.I xrcparut: ;-i
ir e oi .ugii grade v irjiaia-crr.-;: -.-. r u".i;
surtly "ir.crea yrvyiddj j .r :.zr:.'' K.::v.c
i rcva'.;.cect pa
' i : r : a - C; r o iin a T
p. copy c t;h:ch r.zy be secured f "orr. your fc-rtll-i;er
dealer, orXrom ourncarect z-'w. e. .
An iatercslin'T picture or I-.Ir. Sv;"U X'.-:'
totton will Iz foaad in t':is
VirsirJa-CaroIisa Chcza'cs! Co.
i V;'i; '.p:i,S C.
M-rf ":;.. Ala
Mrsmi1!:, 'l mn.
rf: " 't' .-'"- 11 'T:'"" .-.'
FiSSfiiI Co: JSfrZPsi t'.
Tin: mm I'm; off place.
"(r!.U!iiit ii ni h;;d i iK- in itgr:isp ;iuit
I l.;vl ;l:no.-t re.iv!. .-d t!it jumping oil
pl.uv v.'i ti 1 auvi-vd to try !.-.
Kind's o.v !i.-v!iwry; ;ind I want t
-:iy i'i'l:t ii' v.". it saved my life. Improve
ment lu y.m wi'li the ill t bottle, and
aller laki.'.i; or,. ,1 ,,. Lottie 1 was a
well :r.!d hapj.y i'.!."says (!etii"gi
M:o:v. (: ( .;-i!!i'-!aii !. N. O. Asa ivme
!y for e 7'!i ; I eoliN and healer of
we;:!;, so-.-e l'".iv.;s and ! t preventing
pneumonia New Hi- 'overv i siipn me.
.".a- and ..:!.: at C. T. WhiMiead &
C ., !:::.: iri-. '. T. ial hott'e free.
It is estimated that immigrants re
turning home took out of the United
Slate; h-;t ye-r sllO.WO.OW.
e is v. eeoil)',' t he ( nlM'.liV. St !
i; with i';e; n! I.et'oiv it g"ts deeply
v .ltd. T. "ii.-."k e;l i !y eolds with tilt si?
little (":;,!. iy i'oH I ', lie T;' 1 del S is Slirely
en.-'.hie and ::r j ': v ent ies font aiiw
no iiiniiie, iio !:i.it. ive, r.o! biiig harsh
or siekening. I'm umonia would never
uppear ii early
d for feverish fhild
1S taUets. L'.V. Vest.
:,t. Sold hv A.
The human eyes arc rarely of equal
power i;i the" sanu person.
!i wii! !' uiir.eeet s.-ary for you In g.
thro rjii ;i j -.iel'ii, expensive operation,
for Pile- if on u-e Manan. Put up
in a eo!! i';. il!e mhe with in.el, ready
i.i apply to 1 1 u ' :oelle:-S and i II llat! i ma -'.ion.
I " ;i : i V for!. I of Piles, p! ire, ,",()e,
UU:r.-;.n'e' d. 'M I'V i"T. W'liili head
The Anr..::d profits at Monte Carlo
imouat to ?", rH( ;!):.
Tills MA V I NT EiJ EST Y(P.
immune from Kidney
so jii-i r. member I hat I'oI.'v'h
Kidney t 'me w id slo'i the i i re" II la 1"', tie
ami euiv any :e( of kidney and ldad
!x r trout.:- llat is not lyi nd I he reac h
of inedieine. I'. T. Whitehead it t!o.
vh:de we!; !
f:-:iine of t he average
.5 about '" tons.
A WOMAN'S BAG.
Tl;e Aches and Pair.s Wi:i Clsap
pciir if ii.e Atfvtec cT Wom-m
A ". ..:i...u'a !:.;( !. h.;a mans
.b.i: tillie.4 'Ii-' (I,,, klilneys
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tliey ;u !io.
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, 1 1 it one has (.-, say a hoi it it :
X( hie P.( l,..n Peeves, of
i'ryon r'l!-. organist at the
.a! rh.nvh, la-, lotte, N. (,'.,
"j u-ed ihaii's Kidney PilU
" l.:;e bciii lite.
me more than
j.; n vt iiii or . I i-v.-r tried. I oht-iiix
lor my t.-e :, an 1 ki.,m ys whaii ha
; at I rouble and misery
i;he.- of year.'. Tile use of Uiii
wonderfully br-ne!ilcd inc."
:' by all dealers. Prie - "
i r-Mihuiiu Co., PniTalo,
it, s. .! it'.'' ni- for the .'nited
Ic.r a r.u
re: ue 'y
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