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VOL. XXIV. New Serie Vol. 11.6.13
SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1903.
H Tf Tf
1:0 YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
I.idney Trouble Makes You Eliserable.
bod who reads the naws
to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the frcat kidripv 1iro-
it t- F
- and bladder remedy.
ZrU , ' t'"" iii'-i"
.- " w.ic-
!?ji teenla century; dis
l"!:t covered after years cf
scientific research by
fl Dr. K:!m?r, the emi
" nent kidney and Llad-
der specialist, and ir
escfal in promptly curinr
' 'me back, ki his;
Mcs and Eriehi's :
bladder, uric acid trou
zcn.se., which is the wors;
'.rm ci kidney trouble.
Dr. K;S:-n;r?s Sivamp-Root z not rcc-c-mmendad
for everything but if you navel: id
icy, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
j -;at the remedy you need. It has been tested
:i so many ways, in hospital work, in private,
-rastice, among the helpless too poor to pur
c haD relief and has proved so successful i:-.
:'v-:.ry ci'-.c that a special arrangement h?s
lzc:. i.:;'.d3 by which all readers cf thispnocr
o Ivivt not already tried i!, may have &
'.?.:-.-,)!?. bottle sent it so by mail, also a bock
:-.-:lii" more about Swarr.p-Root and how to
i.nd : .:t if you have kidney or bladdertroublc.
When '-ri;;:.j mention reading this cnerou?
effer in this pap?r and f?-rfVL.
rend your address to tfiFpik
Dr. Kilmer Sc Co.,Eir.g-E?ifts?j
rOjJ'.l'ar tut ceiit ar.d ITomoof Sv, an3;i-Roct.
dollar sues are sold by ail good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but re
;:KTi)bor the name, Swamp Koot, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp Hoot, and the address
;h.;T.iton. N. Y., on every bottle.
P R, MILLS
Scotland Xeek, N. C.
. J. P. OTIBERLEY,
Physician and Surgeon,
Scotland Neck, IT. C.
Office on Depot Street.
A, C LIVEPJ10N,
Office up stairs in White
Q5 head Building.
Office hours from 9 to 1 o'clock
and 2 to 5 o'clock.
Watch Maker, Jeweler, En
B McBRYDE VEBD,
Attorney and Counselor at
219-221 Atlantic Trust Building
Notary Public. Bell Phone 7G0
gDWARD L. TRAVIS,
Attorney' and Counselor
Halifax, N. C.
Money Loaned on Farm Lands
yJILL H. JOSEY,
Fit fjr C
ly-ly'-L-' 42 ' i I'romf is n luxuriant grow'.ti. f
tv.-'v""- jiiNc:r rails to Hfv'''
;.v : ia.crs.rAo .rum rii,ac.j l hair 1"i'in.?r.
I am prepared to serve
my old customers and the
'V' public generally with the
very best of fresh
All orders filled promptly, and
every customer s wants regarded.
J. 13. IIIM,
Main St., next to Prince's Stables
rovgh-ofon from a simple oWonljr-y houW
8lwyflhcal,80otl.n. and ease tlio "Titeted t ron-
i::iiai n uut xvu , uiuv u tVi intra
EU.pofyins poison. It's strango how sqnthinea
lir.atiyromo about. Fortwenty yeftrs Dr Shoop
hns constantly warnfd ropTe not to take cmign
Chloroform, or similar poisons. And now-i i
Ji ioloi)3nro m your toiigii uiui. ,"";v
end others, should insist on having i)r. 2""P
l;ii)cls and nono in the medicine, clso it must oy
law be on tlie latal. And it's not only K b Z
is sn id to be by those that know it best, a truls ro-
T-arti'm!:ir!y v ith your children. Insist on ha InK
V-T. Shoop b Cough Curo. Compare carefully the
It. Sboop package with others and roto the
diffrrence. No poison murks there! ou cau
elways ho on the sato Biae uy uuiiiuuun.a
t '.per 5 is euro
A. 0. PETERSON.
THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
Observations of Passing Events.
The News and Observer made the following timely editorial
comment on the nomination of Hon. Claude Kitchin in the Con
Weil Deserved Honor.
paid to Hon. Claude Kitchin by the Democracy of the Second
district in renominating him by acclamation for Congress. Mr.
Kitchin has served three terms in Congress with ability and fi
delity. He has served his constituents faithfully and taken a
high stand in the House. Early in his congressional career,
when Mr. Roosevelt was at the height of his popularity, Mr.
Kitchin made a speech on the action of the President that had
a national circulation and made him much reputation. Inher
iting his Democracy from his brave father, the late Hon. W.
H. Kitchin, who was a tower of strength to Democracy on many
hard-fought battlefields, Mr. Kitchin has always been a Demo
crat of ''the most straitest" sect, and from boyhood was a fight
er in the ranks until he won his way to leadership. Of clean
private life, correct ideals of public service, and devotion to his
convictions, Mr. Kitchin stands among the foremost leaders of
the young Democracy in the House."
Col. Fred A. Olds writes the following encouraging letter
to the Manufacturers' Record of Baltimore: "The fact that the
nnmlnn - ir it r Corporation Commission has been noti-
Resuming in North Carolina. fiedby officialg of the Norfolk & goutli
ern Railway that arrangements have been made for the imme
diate resumption of work on the great trestle across Albemarle
Sound a t Edenton is taken as a good sign. The cost of this great
work, the trestle being five and a quarter miles in length, will
approximate a million dollars. Work was very abruptly stop
ped last November after about 150 yards at each end of the
trestle had been laid in place. A noted lumber company has
made very heavy purchases of timber in the section between
here and Springhope, less than 30 miles northeast of Raleigh,
and will construct a line to this city, connecting with the At
lantic Coast Line at Springhope. Raleigh is arranging to take
something like 2000 horse-power from the electric power plant
at Buckhorn Falls, now owned by the Central Carolina Power
Company, which is a branch of the Electric Bond & Share Co.,
Egbert Douglas being the general manager. At the plant at
Buckhorn Falls, on the Cape Fear river, 28 miles from Raleigh,
the horse-power developed is 4000, and of this Fayetteville
Cotton Mills take half, two mills already using the
power and three others having contracted for it.
A full force of men is at work on the dam and power-house
of the great electric power plant at Blewett's Falls, on the Pee
Dee river, near Rockingham. Cotton mills are very thick in
thrt pcct'O". This plant will develop 28,000 hore power. All
the North Carolina'plants are being built on the 60-cycle system,
so that all can be tied together if necessary, this applying to
the great Whitney plant, the Yadkin river plant, near Winston
Salem, and various others. The Buckhorn Falls plant is the
most easterly one in the State of importance. There is one at
Milburnie, on the Neuse river, six miles from here, which deve
lops only 800 horse-power."
Just now hundred and hundreds of boys and girls from the
various public and private schools, and students from the vari
, . . ous colleges and universities, are going
from the confinement of the classroom
to the freedom of home. It is a good and gleeful season and
many of them richly deserve the rest and sleep and recreation
which will come to them in their homes and their accustomed
places of rest and amusement. TI13 grind of student life for a
long weary year, with books and maps and examinations, is
rpa v a frvcai iansrue 10 me vouiitr iiiau or vuuus vujiiu,u, tue
bov or girl, who meets duty
t is no easy thing to study hard
the end of the time be subjected to rigid examinations. It is a
severe tax on the mental and nervous powers, and not infre
quently on the physical powers as well. No wonder that some-
iraes the young woman or the
dupois under such strain until they come to look like a "bean'
pole," as one school girld expressed it. Along with the pleas
ure of rest and recreation comes also the other pleasure of being
at home and taking in the joy of home life with father and
mother, brother and sister, and other friends and loved ones at
lome. There are joys and pleasures peculiar to each individu
al case which help fill the cup of peace for both the parents and
others at home, as well as for the boys and girls returning from
school. But to the boys and girls a word of suggestion seems
to us not out of place: After the full rest of a few days or a
week, as the case may be, when
dent to college or school life, has passed off and you feel your
selves again, don't forget that while you have been tired out
and fatigued at school by study and examinations, tests and all
that, those at home who have
school have also had a year of
to vours, and in many respects
wearying. They have been economizing, may be, in order to
furnish vou books and clothes,
awake many a lonehy hour in
planning for a way whereby they might keep you at school.
And there has been added to all this the anxiety for the success
of their boy or girl away at school. Bear in mind all this, bright
and iollv youthful people, and
ones at home after you have gained tne rest wnicn iney are so
glad to grant you.
IT REACHED THE SfOT.
Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a
store at Omega, O., and
; .oc;,Vr,r, nf t.ho A, atiis l.'ounry lei-
ephone Co., ns woil as tuc Home xt-w-phone
Co., of Pike County. O , says oi
Dr. King's yewD:scovcry : It paved
my life once. At least I think it aid.
It reemed to reach the ppot the very
scat of my cough when everything
else failed." Dr. King's New Discov
ery not onlv reaches the cough spot; it
heals the sore spots and the weak spots
in the throat, lungs archest. TSold
under guarantee at E. T. Whitehead
Company's drug store. 50c. and $1.00.
Trial bottle free. ;
gressional Convention in Kinston last
week: "That was a well deserved honor
at all times in all these things.
for eight or ten months and at
young man . reduces in. avor-
that tired, worn feeling inci
made it possioie ior you to oe m
toil and anxiety doubtless equal
perhaps far more wearing and
and perhaps tney nave lam
the dead and silence of night
be a willing helper to tne lovea
A great many people imagine they
have heart trouble when the fact ia
that the whole trouble lies in the stom
ach. The pains in the side around the
region of the heart are not necessarily
heart trouble. We suggest that you
start with the' stomach and wdienever
you feel a depression after eating or
whenever your food seems to nauseate
take Kodol. It will not he very long
until all these "heart pains" will dis
appear. Take Kodol now and until
you know you are right again. There
isn't any doubt about what it will do
and you will find the truth of this
statement verified after you have used
Ki-dol for a few weeks. It is sold here
by E. T. Whitehead Co.
A STUDY OF OPTIMISM.
A Panacea for All Ills. -
Savages and primitive peoples
have great faith in the fact that the
Creator put into some barks, plants,
and minerals remedies for every
physical ill. But we are beginning
to learn that man carries the great
panacea for all ills within himself;
that the antidotes for the worst
poisons, the poisons of hatred and
jealously, exist in his own mind in
the form of love, charity, and good
will essences. We are beginning to
learn the magical medicinal quali
ties of right thinking.
The cheerful, hope thought is itself
a powerful remedy for a score of ills,
such as the "blues," melancholia,
and discouagement. Optimism is an
antidote for some of the worst men
Laughter has cured many a condi
tion which would otherwise have re
sulted fatally. If persisted in, even
mechanically, laughter will often
work marvelous physical and mental
Think how many ills hope and en
couaragemt antidote! Kindness,
and a helpful, inspiring mental atti
tude, have kept thousands of people
out of insane asylums as well as out
Some people are so terrified by the
dread of poverty, or the fear of fail
ure, that they are robbed, of their
ability to succeed by the wasting of
their physical vitality, their mental
energy, and by the killing of their
On the other hand, confidence,
self-assurance, and the tonic of hope,
optimism, multiply a man's power a
Think how many human ills can be
antidoted by the magical, medicinal
power of love! It is a solvent for
selfishness and greed, a destroyer of
hatred, envy, and jealousy, of re
venge, criminal intent, and a score
of other mental and physical ene
mies. Hold to optimistic ideals, and you
will drive out pessimism, the great
breeder of disea:?. failure and
misery. Stand porter at the door
of your thought; be on your guard,
and keep out all the enemies of your
happiness and achievement as you
would exclude thieves from your
home, and you will be astonished at
your entire change of thought with
in a few months. You will face life
in a different way, and be able to
protect yourself against everything
that would injure you or hamper
The constant contemplation of the
success thought, the thought of
prosperity, of abundance a3 one's
birthright, the claiming of all the
good things of the world as ours by
right, because we are part of the
great creative principle of all things,
because we are heirs of all that is
good in the universe, will so change
our mental attitude toward life that
we will begin to be prosperous and
failure will be impossible. The health
thought, the constant affirmation of
physical vigor, strength, and power,
and great vitality, a3 the right of all
the children of God, will tend to
bring U3 into the realization of per
fect physical harmony.
The habit of holding the thought
of health as an everlasting fact, the
thought of strength, vigor and ro
business as a reality, will soon give
us a consciousness 01 increasing
power. We shall feel that we are
being buttressed and supported by
almighty principle, because our
thoughts and sentiments are sur
charged with life and truth, and are
All thoughts which suggest weak
ness, failure, unhappiness, or pover
ty, are destructive, negative, tear
ingdown thoughts. They are our
enemies. Brand them whenever
they try to'gain an entrance into
your mind. Avoid them as you
would thieves, for they are thieves
of your comfort, thieves of harmony,
thieves of power, thieves of happi
ness, thieves of success.
Every true, beautiful, and helpful
thought is a suggestion which, if
held in the mind, tends to reproduce
itself there clarifies the ideals and
uplifts the life. While these inspir
ing and helpful suggestions fill the
mind their opposites cannot put in
their deadly work, because the two
cannot live together. They are
natural enemies. One excludes the
We shall learn after a while to dis
tinguish the enemies of vigorous
Stops earache in two minutes ; toothr
ache or pain of burn or reald in five
minutes; hoarseness, one hour; mus
cleache, two hours; sore throat, twelve
hours Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil, mon
arch over pain.
thinking, vigorous living, vigorous
achievement, and to know that all
envious thoughts, every bit of hatred
or jealously, or love of revenge, tends
to poison the blood and 5o weaken
the mental processes. We shall re
alize that purity of thought purifies
the blood, clears the brain, adds
greatly to th physical vitality, and
is a constant mind and body refresh
er. I know a lady who has learned the
enviable secret of quickly refresh
ing her mind even in the most trying
and exacting conditions. Knowing
the power of mental images to renew
the mind, she has already made a
study of her thought enemies and
learned to eliminate all those which
suggest dark, unfortunate images.
She knows that those which bring
beautiful, cheerful, uplifting, en
couraging pictures are her best
By cherishing one and excluding
the other, she freshens and clarifies
her thought and rejuvenates her life
at will. She can shut the door of
her mind to her enemy images, those
which depress and make her feel un
comfortable, and she can keep all
the mental avenues open to the
health-giving, inspiring images, to
the life thoughts which build, recon
In the midst of great disappoint
ments and sorrows which would
overcome an untrained mind, this
lady has been able to bear up, ar d
without losing her calm, sweet
serenity, to maintain a'hopeful poise,
cheerful mental balance, and har
mony of disposition.
Tbe Reclamation cl Lands.
(Th Cotton Journal) .
A majority of our readers are fa
miliar with the fact that the Govern
ment is doing a mighty work in the
West by the erection of great dams
and power houses, building great
flumes, digging great ditches, and
placing the life-given water on the
Very few of them are possibly
aware of the extent of unreclaimed
swampland in the country where
the trouble is too much water in
stead of too little.
Florida, for example, has twenty 1
million acres, Lousisiana ten million
acres, Arkansas five million acres,
.Mississippi five million acres, and
the whole country has approximate
ly seventy-five million acres of swamp
lands, only needing drainage to
make them the most productive lands
of the country. These reclaimed
lands always prove to be the most
valuable, owing to their inexhaust
ible soils and their special adaptation
to certain kinds of crops. No one
would think that the State of Geor
gia as a svramp land State, and yet
it has two and one-half million acres,
or an area that if reclaimed would
give 50,000 farms of 50 acres to the
farm. In this one State there is ly
ing waste enough choice l:md to sup
port in comfort 250,000 people. In
cutting away our timber, already
disappearing far too rapidly, we are
changing pestilential marshes into
prosperous and healthful homes, and
if all the swamp lands of the coun
try could be drained in a day, we
could the next day set up in busi
ness 1,500,000 families, giving each
50 acress. This would mean a pop
ulation equal to the great State of
New York, or equal to the combined
noDulation of Georgia, Alabama,
iississippi and South Carolina. And
tbia fT-Amondons asset now lies idle
for the most part. Florida under
the lead of a progressive Governor,
has seriously undertaken the recla
mation of ker swamp lands, and it
would be a splendid investment if
other States would follow the ex
ample. The general Government might
well make the work a part of the
general reclamation service now be
ing so actively carried on in the
At $50 per acre, which is a mod
erate estimate of the value of re
claimed swamp lands(and some could
be cited that is at this moment pay
ing big interest on $500 per acre),
the swamp lands of the country
would representa value of nearly
four thousand millions of dollars, or
more than six time3 the assessed
valuation of the great State of Geor
Is that not a bi.ar enough item to
iustify the best thought of some of
ou r big public men?
Weak women should read my "Book
No. 4 For Women." It was written
expresslv for women who are not well.
The Cook No. 4 tells of Dr. Shoop's
"Night Cure" and just how thei-e
soothing, healing, antiseptic supposi
tories can be successfully applied
The book, and strictly confidential
medical advice is entirely free. Write
Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. The Night
Cure is sold by A. C. Peterson. .
The Spring PatlJ.
(By Will T. Hale.)
old path, leading from the
Down to the spring below the hill
It had when we were country boys,
Ambition led our footsteps from
Beside it grew the loaded orchard
The bees with dronings flying in
Here a wild rose made sweet each
And there the jay sent forth its
How oft we, loitering, water pail in
Thought of the future, as the
Till from the kitchen came the stern
"Fetch on the water, boys the
gravy 11 burn'"
'Twas there we ever heard the ear
Of catbirds sounding down the sil
From there of evenings in twilight
The whipporwill retold its tale for
lorn. And there in days before and thc-e
Fond lovers strolled and dreamed
of the to be,
Wiiile all the world shone, for affec
With the soft light ne'er seen on
land or sea.
And so I .feel, as old Time onward
Recalling those far years of hap
piness, Wo boys were truly favored by the
Despite bare feet and home-made
A PI fir l!ss Enys.
(3y J. D. Gallup.) .
Let me speak a word in your c;ir,
iittle mother. Just a word for the
dear, naughty little boys who, with
their muddy feet, torn' trousers 2nd
dIHy h?.nds. so vex you, as they mal.e
havoc in your "spick and span,"
clean sitting-room. The wee pirlie
never does that. She remembers to
take off her rubbers on the porch,
and wire fences have no attraction
Cor her. She washes the tiny hands
a dozen times an hour for '.he pleas
ure of seeing iha soap bubbles. Then
she lays those rose-leaf lips upon
your check so softly and nestles in
your arms so gently that not one
fold of your dainty chiffon is disar
ranged. But along corals Master
Ted, jumps astride your lap, throws,
both sturdy arms about your neck
and gives a bear hug that threatens
to dislocate it. He is only pursuad
ed to desist, when really convinced
that he hurts this precious mother,
whom he loves with nil the ardor of
his loyal little soul. As you valiu.'
that immortal soul, never give h;:n
reason to suspect that you do not prize
that loyalty as a priceless gem, even
thouarh it Le yet in the rough. Do
not discourage the little man by too
constant effort to repress and tone
down those animal spirits, which r.t
time3 rise so tempestously. The toil .
and care cf life will soon er.oujrh do
When in the midst of the morn
ing's work he rushes in with, "Moth
er, ea:i I have some bread and butter
and jelley?" never mind if you mu?t
stop in the midst of cake to prepare
it. The days are coming when those
words will ring as a precious mem
ory. When the buttons drop oft. so un
accountably, every stitch you put in
to fasten them on again fastens the
heart of the dear boy to yours a lit
tle firmer. And when at bedtime
he asks shyly, "Won't you please
come up and stay with ma a little
while, mother?" even though you
lay aside some favorite author, I beg
you, go with him. It is often, then,
you may speak those words which
will sink into the fallow ground of
his heart, that when he has gone out
to fight the battles of life, will 1 elp
to keep him upon the side of right.
As some one has indicated, there is
no need that you should go to the
polls, dear mother, if you teach your
boy those principles of truth, right
eousness and honor, so thit when he
! comes upon the scene of rction in
public life he may never be turned
NOTICE TO OL'il CUSTOMERS.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for couhs.
onlds and lunir troubles is not affected
bv the National Fine Food and Dru?
J . . . .
Law, as it contains no opiates or otner
harmful drue. and we recommend it
aa a safe remedy for children ana disenso 11 tairen in iime. r,. x . i;ue
adulta. E. T. Whitehead Comiany. i head Oompany.
Wfcat the South Needs.
In a minute or two, wo shall men
tion some of these men whom we
know in North Carolina (and later
on, perhaps, some in Virgina and
South Carolina), but our object af
ter all h not so much to do honor di
rectly to these workers, worthy ss
they arc as it is to urge their
example upon other men in every
sec; ion of the South. What we need
in North Carolina and South Caroli
na and Virginia and Georgia and
Tennessee to-day,and in every South
ern State for that matter, is a dozen
men in every neighborhood and
township dedicated to some line of
progressive thought or to some phase
of community improvement. These,
we repeat, these are the silent mak
ers of the world's best news, and it
was of such that Dean Swift wrote
two hundreds years ago when he de
clared the man who makes two
blades of grass grow where only one
grew before "does mere essential
service to his country than the whole
race of politicians put together."
And this is good doctrine. The man
who teaches his neighbor to double
their corn yeild deserves as much
honor as a Congressman. The man
who originates a new type of cotton
rr tobacco is as worthy as the scien
tist who makes some great chemical
discovery. The man who gets good
highways i:i a community where bad
roads or.ee hampered progress should
have a monument as high as a gen
eral'. And li e man who founds a
good school and develops the minds
of boys and girls who would other
wise have walked in darkness he
should have tbe prai.se of men no less
than if he had painted some maste
piecc of art or wrought some splen
These ore the things we need to
learn in North Carolina and throug
out the South to-dny, and these aro
the men we need to honor the man
who stands for some vital idea, some
plan of constructive work in rebuild
ing his section, and therefore in re
building the South. Ho is a worthy
son of the men who wore the gray,
and no one else i3 worthy. To make
rov ?i r low and selfish aim and
its fruits wili turn to ashes on the
lips unless in making money oneslao
serve one's fellow.
I.VWitl's Li:t!? Early Uisnrs are
-iii;t!l, Mifc, suit siitd gentle little pills.
Sold hv V.. T. Whitehead Co.
Some people st em to make a sper
irdty of thinking second hsnd
Mot li-(i;;!iiin skin eruption,
-ciV'fula, p:tntI s, lihes, te.. aiv due
to iiupuiv Mood. Jiurdock Dlooil Hit
t'i'i i a e'eansing 1!ood tonic. MnkM
you c !,vir .-ycd, clcar-brumed, clcar
Our opinions are like our visits
more appreciate! when not forced
i-i r"al'y tli closest
n evoi- u-t produced.
Tl;ii clever Cott'c-- Substitute was re
:'M)t!y prodwd I y Dr. Shoop, of Ha-
ir.o, V.i-. Not : Km in of nal (V-ffoe
in it s:!i r. Ir. .JioopN ir':iltli 0f-
fi'p m irn.i' ii- ni J im' I ".'!:- 01! grams,
with in;tH, li'it-i, c. Really it wrndd
I'oo! nv. txpe-.t who might drink it for
f'o.'. e. o i or .':0 minutes tedious
Made in a minute" says the
M hy Howard liroeeryCo.
The rainbow chaser
a run for his money.
it least gets
ThTe it. a rink P.iin Tablet m.ado
by Dr. f-hoop, that will positively ftop
any pain, nil y here, in L'' minutes.
fr'igi::t- r,verywh'ie sell thorn ns Dr.
-boop's Ilea laiho TaSMs, but thy
:-op ether pain? ni oa-iUy lieadadif.
Tr. Snoop's 1 i.sk IV in T.ib'ets simply
coax Mood p!C.-tue away from pain
center" that i- all. Pain eomts from
hjoed prcrf'ivo errrestion. Stop that
procure with Dr. Flioop's Headache
Tablets and pain is instantly roup. 20
Tab'f'tf 2.V. Sold by A. C. ir'cterion.
The fellow who does the talking
has no chance to win the argument.
A Gcrlalii Cure for Aching Feet.
Siii k" into your fdiocs A11'n'B Foot-E:i-?,
a powder. It euros Tin-d, Ach
inv, Cal'-oiK, F wen ting, Swollen feet.
At a1! Druvoista and Sboi. Store, 2.V.
trd. LeR'.v, N
Address, Allen S. Olm
Y. A little flattery row snd then will
soften up the hardest men.
Itehir-g piles provoke profanity, but
profanity won't cure them. Doan'
Uhitni'-ni cures h clung, bleeding or
pr.itru lu g piles after years of tuffer-i.n;r-
A: env drug store.
If you let others do your bragging
for you, it isn't apt to be overdone.
Kidney complaint kill? more people
than any other disease. This is due to
the disease being fo insidious that it
j get?, a good hold cn the system berorw
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11 is rccogmwu. x u..-, a ftmm? vmw
will prevent the development 01 latai