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SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1908.
Hew S:riji Vol. 11.--6-18
k w eakens
K! Ineys hl-.i Imrure Blooi.
L";uo l ! i your body passes through
;'.'3 cr.ee every three minuses.
I Kitneys r.ra you
L'.ooil purifiers, ihey fil
ter c'-.t ihe waste or
hnruruies in the Hood.
1( they am sick or out
cf c-crr, they fail to dc
corns from er.
cess cf urio acid in uV.
THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
Observations of Passing Events.
Lionel, due to n?iected
..-.c's causes quick or unsteady
-i !r.;:k-rs one feel r.j though
i-'t trouble, bscav.:a the heart i:
'2 5 a purr.pin thick, kidney
cd -hrouh vtins and arteries.'
; j c
:-i p. ; , :c
ccrci iiiai only urinary
trace -i to the kidnevs,
proves that nearly
3 have their begin
: you car. t.'.p.ke no mistakf
yov.r kidneys. The mik
na:y cf.'er: c'f Dr. Kilrr.er'r
, i'.c ."eut kidney remedy is
U ci.ircs the h'hest for itt
r.; V: - i-.cst distressing cases
I.oniO of Siv.nrsp Koct.
From almost every locality where a farmers' institute ha?
been held this summer the report has gone out that much good
. . ... , has been done bv the work of the lec-
Tbe Farmers Institute. lurers It ig vcrJTclcar to any observer
of passing events that the study of agriculture is engaging the
minds of the people more than ever before. There is more gen
eral intelligence amongst the farmers than ever before, and
they at e giving their work more practical study than ever. As
a result the agricultural interests of the country are keeping
pace with the quickened movements in all other industries of
the country. North Carolina is taking good rank as an agri
cultural State of progress and there are still wide and rich fields
open to even greater diligence and energy in this splendid vocation.
cr bidder tr;
v-r vh en
icn. r-j. i
vtiting Dr. Kilrr.ei
o :t:iy mistake, but re
iiiinu', Swamp Root, Dr
Swamn Root, ami the address
Y. , on every bottle.
Some Oiil-Tlme Doctors.
-jr 1 1 1 it
Scotland Noel:, N.
'KV.?IC.'AN AND SUilGEON,
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The Richmond News-Leader gives the following strong edi
tovial endorsement of Mr, Bryan's rpeech: "The speech ac
t, fe K cepting the nomination for President at
m: cijduaouuuy ocuu. the handg of the Democratic party is
strong, conservative and to the point. There is less of Bryan's
individualism and more of the flavor of statesmanship in it
than in anv utterance of his we have seen for some time. lie
hews strictly to the line of endorsement of the platform, and in
so doing saj's, among other things. 'I ain in hearty accord
with both the letter and the spirit of the platform. I endorse it
in whole and in part, and shall, if elected, regard its declara
tions as binding upon me. And, I may add, a platform is bind
ing as to what it omits as well as to what it contains.' This
last sentence is perhaps Mr. Bryan's most significant declara
tion and commitment. It cannot but be construed as an aban
donment of all individual theories which he has advocated,
and which have worked so seriously against harmony in tbe
party. The speech is good reading throughout, and what with
Mr. Brvan's unequivocal pledge regarding the platform, his in
dictment of the Republicans and his exposition of their inabili
tv to fulfill their promises, the slogan, 'Shall the people rule
should rally the democracy to thorough reorganization and
c hoars from 0 to 1 o'clock
:S C CK,
When Mark Twin was a boy in the
Msssouri villiae of Florida medical I
attendance cost very little, for the
loctor worked by the year twenty-
.ive dollar for the whole family. In
spite of this low price for his ser
vices, there were reasons why his vis
its were not popular. According to
the "Autobiography" with whtch
Mark Twain i3 enlivening the North
American Review, the doctor not
only attended the entfre family for
that price, but f urnished the medi
"Good measure, too," says Mr.
Clemens. "Only the largest persons
could hold a whole dose. Castor-oil
wa3 the principal leverage. The
dose was half a dipperful, with half
a dipperful of New Orleans molasses
added to help it down and make it
taste good, which it never did.
"The next standby was calomel,
the next, rhubarb, asd the next, ja
lap. Then they bled the patient and
put mustard plasters on him. It was
a dreadful system, and yet the death
rate was not so neavy.
"The calomel was nearly sure to
salivate the patient and cost him
some of his teeth. There were no
dentists. When teeth became touch
ed with decay or were otherwise ail
ing, the doctor knew of but one thing
to do; he fetched his tonpra and drag
ged them out. If the jaw remained it
was not his fault.
"Doctors were not called in cases
of ordinary illness; the family's
grandmother attended to those.
Every old woman wn3 a doctor, and
gathered lier own iiiedieines in the
woods, and knew how to compound
doses that would stir the vital of a
"And then there was the Indian
doctor, a grave savnge, remnant of
his tribe, deeply read in the mys
teries cf nature and the secret prop
erties of herbs; and most backwoods
men had high faith in his powers,
and could tell of wonderful cures
achieved by him.
"We had the faith-doctor, too, in
A Vacation Rsvsrie.
(Mary B. Myers.)
Do you wish some day to be far
Near the rocks, the rills, and the
Where the clover field does its sweet
To the droning of busy bees?
Where the sun glows W3rm, on the
fields and farm,
And the grain waves its tassels
Where the cows are seen, in the pas
And the sheep in the fields near
Would you like to go where the tall
In a deep and cool ravine,
And the maiden-hair, dainty fern
Woos the breeze with its gentle
KilllD3 toe Dragon.
TTOTiXEY AND bOUNSELOit AT
:tXEY AND C
I Atlantic Trust; Building
v Public. Boll Phone 7C0
Attorney and Counsklor at
Halifax, N. 0.
Monoy Loaned on Farm Lands
Genral Insurance Agent,
Scotland Nock, N. C.
In consequence of so many burglaries in Wilson, the town
authorities there have instructed the police to arrest every man.
M-t.. white and black, who does not have
i;..-.uiy Lbt.it.ia. Sonic business, work or visible means of
support. The action of the "Wilson authorities leads the News
and Observer to make the following well-timed editorial com
ment on the problem of properly dealing with idlers and loafers
'onera!!--- "This problem Hie question of what is to Do dono ti, e epriv
with the idlers, or in other words the loafers who are to b" specialty wils toot nacre. She was a
found in various communities, for unfortunate? y thi-y hare al- farmer's old wife, and lived five
wavs with us.' whether tirne 1)3 prosperous and fat, or whether mile from Hannibal. She would lay
thftv hp rlavfl cf hard limes and leanness in the larder. Loafers her hand on the patient's jaw and
a t ,i;f.f;,Tf ,.Joca i rrmlnf 5nn wlin nm not, to lie say. 'Beheve!'
U 11 U 1UIIJ Q HJllll Cl UlilUIlVD V J ....v -
led into labor, even if it be abundant and there be a great cry
for help to perform it. The idlers and the loafers are those
from whom the criminal classes arc recruited, for tho time will
never come when it is not true that 'the idle brain is the devil's
workshop' in which is manufactured great shipments of crime
to the hurt of mankind. The mere loater on the corner develops
into the habitual idler with vicious tastes to be gratified, and
seeking the necessary means to secure this gratification crime
follows quick on his heels and he becomes an ever increasing
menace to the community, one of a brood that preys upon soci
ety, a coterie from which is drawn the names that figure on the
criminal calendars of the courts. In Wilson, in this State de
cisive and apparently efficacious steps have been taken to break
up this class of idlers. Whether it will accomplish its purpose,
of course, only time can tell, but it is such a direct blow, square
iPTWPPtl the eves, dealt at the idling class, that it seems in very
truth a plan that will accomplish great results, if it is adhered
- T At . L ? J
nm.l ; nnt simnlv the spirit ot a weeK or so. ia mai cuy
Where the birds sing sweet, in their
Praise to him who is Lord of all,
Love swelling their breasts, as they
build their nests,
For "He noteth the sparrow's
Would ycu like to float, in a lazy
O'er the lake where the great bass
In the deep blue pool, where the
Hide them safe from the sun on
On that quiet lake, every care for
sake. As you drift on its bosom pure.
And the lovely shcra rnirrored o'er
Wiles your soul withnature'slure.
Till the r-tately pines, ?.nd the grace
And tb! folks' and the birches'
And the squirrels' call, and the
Seem to blend in a tlissful dream.
And your spirit stills, soothed by
Ard b siahing breeze in the
Waft fragrant odors of pine-cones,
Wild roses and blossoming vines.
and the cure was
nromnt. Mrs. Utter back. 1 remem
ber her very well. Twice I rode out
there behind my mother horseback
and saw the cure performed. My
mother was the patient.
"One of the doctors whom I re
member removed from Florida to
Hannibal and was our family phvsi
cian there, and saved my life several
times. Still, he was a good man and
meant well. Let it go.
"I wa3 aiways told that I was a
sickly and precarious and tiresome
and uncertain child, and lived main
ly on allopathic medicines during the
first seven years of my life. I asked
my mother about this in her old age
she was in her eighty-eighth year.
. " 'I suppose that during aii that
A Few Hygienic -Da's."
A i K. "
3 a' J tcrxtiim the liilr.
rwj a ;.,-!i.-:anl frowL'l.
- S'ailr Hotter 'iray
i tr. --.i v-f, -.'-. ui Cfilcr.
V I am prepared to serve
my old customers and hie
- public generally with the
very best cf fresh
there have been so many burglars ot late, supposed io ue com- time you were uneasy aooucme;
mitted by idle persons, that the mayor has ordered the police to 'Yes, the whole time.
rw Tan whitfl or black, vho will not seek work and " 'Afraid I wowWn't bveV
Wl 1 'J" 7 III
7 7 I
ho has no visible means of support
cr-Iers filled promptly, anc
ry c'ic'or.er's wants regarded.
S:., nc:: to Prince's Stables.
.A W H
i Vt.'.z :-i I'll hiat! r?.in ar.yvhers. has it crm.
,,-"5 "i'.:y. t Kwt. to says Ir. Rhoor. aJ to
a li-. hx. -rba-.M a ?i:t",o pmlc tablet. Tlwt
t t.;,.;,...,;.,,! ji-jjoops Bj.vlitcr.e. Tablet
'w.r.r.s ;",o'l i,r...u-3 away ro;n pain center.
1 3 cif.v.tlst.-harrii:; v. pleaslnyttolislitftil. ntr
t.owgU ailoiy, it Ruroly ciiaiiiss the blood cure
If yen h?,v a fcer.foc'h';, ft's blood presKiro.
Ji it's nuuful periods v,i:Ii vcwon. same CRUSfc
Itrou ::.:-2 s";n.!t--s, r-sti, r.cvvTUS, H s blooa
Cor.-;: -.Ur,p. tln-j l prcesura. That turoly If a
t n.rui.y, for Dr. Shoc-p's llcftdafha Tab'.fts stop
" bi v i .....imy, aid tin tablets sinsply distnbuia
i."; ;:a:'ii'rrl liloofl pr"nrn. . .
- i.so vy.r 2oij8f, and doesn't set red, end
'--i', rri: 1 i;;-:n i-cu Of cvTT-fs it does. Its cop
8 )j c .1 rio'oro. You'll fiad it where patl
ls-:v.M;-.i. It's -Sinix-Xy Co-.r.r.jd: Ksaso. .
rt etuis, sua ci-ceillly rccommor-a
While many people have many senseless things to nay against
railroads, we think the following suggestion about the mis
takes cf the railroads by the Manuf ac
Hallrcads' Mistakes. turers' Record, of Baltimore, is quite
f;w nnri wisp- "Mistakes of railroad management and in
efficiency of railroad employes have been so pronounced that it
:'OMrr.iv sumrisimr to see the general spirit of hostility to
nilroads even by the people who ought to have the best feeling
for railroads. It is amazing that railroad people have not done
. ftWrnmfl these mistakes. If the railroa-Js of the South,
iiiui vs - m . r -t a. i.
r instance, had wanted to create a spin, ui u.auu,
rellv a spirit of hostility among their nest inenus, iuv tuu u
hardly have been more successnu m j j
Adopted regarding mileage books. Under the present system a
"aveler using milage must secure a ticket at the starting Point
nd the agent takes out the amount of mileage instead of the
i: l:oafn,.mP.rlV. This ticket is not good to stop over,
" 7 he travel must check his baggage from point to point
without regard to the inconvenience, or to the increase of labor
on Me "iwn Jai t and on the part of the railroad agents The
railroad people claim that certain advantages in the auditmgof
n Td accounts are secured in this way, but however poor a
ral I"? Z or however inconvenient the former system
After a reliective pause-
slbly to think out the facts:
" 'No. afraid you would.'
Tbe Dcacn So Wide.
. " ' u orronntinfr department, the present sys
may nave """r nuh. enemies to counteract all tn
necessary inconvexn-traveling public. It is possibly
by the railroad, and I no by r aenger traffic under
easier for the railroadB to h Pnder th oldf uhough
sent i j .
tern will maKe muie r- v-;-n . . difficult to
possible benefit to aj- tfae traveler un.
!eive.of a system JZvdeJ which ought to be borne
we do not mucvb f;;;; v,ml, am create great friction
lt - . i. : i j
But the effect is to lay upon
be for them."
th nascner unnecessary oum us
i "neon's Ointment cured me of ocze-
Wood J" Si , ' ma that had nn. ycd mo long time.
makes you an easy . : - j. lhc CUre was pcrmanciu. ixun.
J: 'Rnrdock Ulood Bitters F" r nfofthp. Commissioner Labor
- iUa iniicv I 1LUD tr
fies the blood cures stabifctics, Augusta, mo.
The fishermen of Brittany, 20 the
story goe?v 0.tt Vont to utter thi3
sitRpie prayer, when they launch
the'r boats upon the deep: "Keep
me, my God, my boat is so small and
Thy ocean is so wide."
How tcuchingly beautiful the
words p.nd thought! Might not the
same petition be uttered wiih as
much directness every morning and
evening of our daily life: "Keep me,
my God; for my boat is so small and
Thy ocean is so wide." "Keep rr.e
my Gcd; keep me from the perils
and temptations that throng around
me as I go about my daily duties.
"Mv boat is so small" I am so
weak, so helpless, so prone to wan
der, so forgetful of Thy loving kind
ness! I am tossed to and fro at the
mercy of the world; I am buffeted
about by sharp adversity and driven
before the storms of grief and sor
row. Except Thou dost keep me I
must perish. Keep me, my God, for
"They ocean is so wide" the journ
ey is so long and the day3 and the
years are so many. "In Thee, O
Lord, do I put my trust. Deliver me
in Thy righteousness."
1. Remember that eveiy r-rf.n,
every fiber of your being, was made
for a purpose. Then guard them all
from harmful practices.and use them
all a3 God intended.
2. Breathe pure air. Use all your
lungs in breathing. Practice deep
breathing daily. Many cf us go
about half dead, because we are not
getting our share cf the breath cf
life. We cram our living engine iuu
3f fuel, shut off the draft, and won
der why we lack energy.
3. Drink pure water. Soft water
is preferable. Hard water is as in
jurious to mucous membrane a3 it is
to the skin. Boiling will improve
hard water,and will destroy bacteria.
This tak a little time and trouble,
but so does typhoid fever, which of
ten takes away a life. Distilled wa
ter is best.
A Pat n-Jrft food; Make cnreful
bluesy ci diet, and eat what is best
adapted to your case. Don't eat
everything set before you just to
please yourself or the one who pre
5. Keep the blood pure. Keep
nninn? out of the system. Don't eat
f - - -
Dissipation is cny fritting away
of the soul's powers. Every life ha3
its quantum of energy, which, if
rightly used makes for production,
and hence for usefulness and happi
ness; but if wrongly used makes for
waste, and hence for harm and un
happiness. The word must not be
confined to the waste and ruin of
drink, gambling, and late hours of
sinfulness, but any indulgence which
tends to destroy energy or the right
working of the soul, is dissipation.
The escape of steam into the air is
the dissipation of steam. This use
of the word dissipation points to its
true meaning. Thi3 ia not saying
that there must be no pleasure from
relaxation. The most productive
forms of energy have their periods
of rest and relaxation. But we must
distinguish between the pleasure of
relaxation and the pleasure of dissi
pation. Here is a simple illustra
tion: The man who has done a day
of honest work relaxes when he sits
down at home to read the evening
paper, but the man who spends much
time simply in reading papers is ais
s'pating the powers of his soul,
which should have been spent in
work. This illustration is really a
case in point which, al is, is too com
mon. The big sheets of the Sunday
paper are spread before the cye3 of
a man with an immortal soui wnue
the bells are ringing and calling for
the exercise of his soul's energy in
the sacred rest of worship, but lo
he is dissipating, as he glances at the
news, or take3 in the pictures, or
reads a story. The result is that his
soul hao b?n debauched by his men
tal and spiritual dissipation.
Here ia another case in point
Night after night a bright boy, with
good instincts and home training,
went to see the moving pictures.
II- ra fascinated. Under brilliant
electric lights interesting scenes,
comic, serio-comic, lifeh'ke irt cp
pearance, moved before him. The
surf of the ocean beat on the shore,
the mountains towered before him.
And there were pictures of wrecks,
robberies, funny situations, unhappy
situation? r-r?d coarse domestic com
edies. His brain would almost swim
as he gazed at these trembling, danc
ing, pictures. He talked of thern
duiing the day and went back to
them at night.
"Son." said his father, one even
ing, "jo must quit going to the
moving picture shoTrs."
A cloud came over the boy's hand
some face as he answered, peevkh-
A little boy of four years was much
impressed by the story of St.
George and the Dragon," which his
mother had been reading to him and
his sister, and the next day he eaid
to his father:
"Father, I want to be a saint."
"Very well, John," said his father.
'ycu may be saint if you choose.
but you will find it very hard walk."
"I don't mind that," replied John.
I want to be a saint and fight a
dragon. 1 am sure I could kill one!"
"So you shall, my boy."
"But when can I be one?" persist
ed the child.
'You can begin today," said hi
"But where is the dragon?"
"I will tell you when he comes
So the boy ran off contentedly to
play with his sister.
In the course of the day seme pres
ents came for the two children.
John's was a book, and his sister
Catherine's a beautiful doll. Now,
John was too young to care .for a
book, but he dearly loved dolls, and
when he found that his sister had
what he considered a much nicer
present than his own he threw him
salf on the floor in a passion of tears.
His father, who had happened to
be there, said quietly, "John, John,
the dragon is out." 1 "
The child stopped crying, and said
nothing. That evening,, however,
when he bade his father good-night
he whispered: "Papo, I am very
glacl Catherine ha3 the doll. I did
kill the dragon.
"Why; what is the harm?"
"Sit down, son," said the father,
"and let me explain. I notice that
you fre in a hurry to get your kc
sons for school, arid that you are get
ting nervous, restless, and eOrve
times unhappy under the care of lit
tle home duties."
And tneiii hC k;rgly explained to
the boy that he was disslprtt.'r.? his
energies of mind and soul and body,
and appealing to the lad's ambition
to make the most of himsef in the
best of hi rprcrc of service, he ob
tained his consent to saVe hi money,
his time, and his energy by letting
the moving pictures alone.
And yet some olie w ho roads this
incident wiil mistake the whole point
by saying that we are "preaching
nw,iict" mrwinrr li:eture3. That 13
agttlUJb ' - -'O S
itscU one cVidencft of the evil of dis
sipation, it wealcefis the of
good judgment. No such thing!
We are writing earnestly about ire
Baby won't wifTer five minutes with
croup if you pily Dr. Thotn.n' Eclec
tic Oil at ontv. It art like magic.
No matter how much a woman
loves her husband, she would not be
happy if she thought he wa having
anything but a miserable time while
she is away on a vacation. Syracuse
Weak women !honM rem I my "Book
No. 4 for Women." It tells of Dr.
Shnojs .ht Cure. Telia how thew
! him?, l.calins. antiseptic tsnpposi-
toricj, triiis quiok and certain help.
The txxik a free. Address Dr. SIioop,
Itucinc Wi. Sold ly A. Peterson.
"What did father say when you
asked him for me?"
"He didn't say anything. He fell
on my reck and wept." Chicago
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup ia foM
nncr a positive guarantee to cure con
stipalion, nek lieadaelie, fctomaeH
trouble, or sny form of iiiIiestion. If
it fails, th Tu'inr.factnrer.H refund your
money. What more, can any one do?
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them, drink them, breathe them,jevj!s of dissipation, no matter in
smoke them, chew them, absorb i hat form t
them, swallow them, or think tnem. j
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Keep u;e ciimiriaave organ m
Shield Your Nerves.
condition by proper care.
G. Keep your surroundings sweet,
' clean and cheerful. Be cheerful your
self. "A merry heart doeth good
like a medicine." Enjoy your worK,
whatever ft i?, and do it with your
6. Take time to rest. Whatever
your work, divert your mind from it
at times, and let it dwell upon some
thing else that is good. Specialties
are a necessity, but they bring in
sanity when carried to extremes. Do
whatever you do as unto the Lord,
and never go beyond your strength
for fear of what some one may say
or think. . .
8. Read and practice Isaiah b.
(London Family KeraU
A beautiful woman gave the fol
lowing advice to a girl admire r'
"Shield your nerves and don't let
thm become too sensitive. Make
yourself take life calmly. If you lose
a train don't pace the platform wild
ly, but inquire when the next comes
in, and sit down calmiy 10 wait ior
it. That s just wnat wwst ww.i.v.. t
don't do; they sit down, perhaps. Due
they tap the floor with their leer,
clinch and unclinch their hands, and
are apparently in a fever heat of ex
citement over the arrival of every
train that comes in, even though
thev have been assured that tneirs
Of cour33 Tom Watson did not at
tempt to prove his charges against
Bryan. He did not expect to do so
when he mssde them. He knew all
that was necessary was to set tho
scandal going. Wil. St'-
"I have found Bucklen' Arnica
Salve to Im the proper DAng to u?e for
-ore feet, a well for healing hnrnn,
ww. ruts, !.'! all manner of ahr.-i-
n?nt). wine .mi. .,..-."., -
Poland, Mr?!. It h the proper thing
for pik-M. Try it! . M uaJer guar
antee rt E. T. Whitehead Company s
drug; rU.tt. 2'iv.
"Gentlemen," announced the
chairman of the convention. A re
spectful silence ensued. An auto
matic cheering machine will now
cheer for minutes, dnring which
interim those Who desire msy secure
lunc')." Pittsburg PoL
When the Stomach, Heart, or Kid
.w.rvo crr t weak, then these or
gans always fail. .Don't drug the
Stomach, nor stimulate ti.e Heart or
KitlnevH. That m mnpiy a
;et a prescription known to Druggirt
verywhere as Dr Shoop'a Ilentorative.
The Itora!ivc irf prepareu
for thec weak insid" r.crves. .Strength
en the-- t.rrvrp, bu:M tl.m with Dr
ShnopV 'f.V.rativc tablets or liquid
ard kcc how quickly help will come.
Sold by A. (?. F. teron.
Miw Pink'teirrh (at the reception)
I suppose you are acquainted with
war in all its horrors, Major? Major
Primton-No indesd, I'm still in tne
bachelor ranks. Louisville Courier
Journal. MEN r AST felXT VIn1)A0 ER
If you have kidney and bladder
trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney
Cure, you will have only yourself to
blame lor results, as it positively cures
all forms of kidney and bladder dis
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More than half of mankind over
EXCCllecl BB1ID uncc , ia not due for another nau-nou; . , . p-.
M. II. Davison, of No. 397 Gif- That halt-nour ox a.uu - f ,;U)(1, Thia is u,th
1 i... t Poi "The Uktt. f. friirhtful wear and tear of J . ,, and FoW
H ' 1 , i n '
worth of Electric Bitters as a genur.
family remedy, for headache, bilious
ness and torpor of the liver and bowels
is so pronounced that I am prompted
to say a word in its favor for the lcne
. e sppkincr relief from such
amictiens. 1 nereis more ion . .,.
the digestive organs in a bottle ol
Electric Bitters than in any o.ner lem
edv I know of." Sold under guaran
tee at E. T- Whitehead Company a
drag store. 50c.
1 il . A n.oAll" V
nerves, ana vr.ey bic ym..-..--
weeks older for it. Try to cultivate
calmness, but if you cannot do that
all at once you can keep your face
nev trouble for years anl after taking
, ....w 1 ,.w.,r.tM msv two bottles oi i i'iiy jv "'
Jmlio feel better than I have for twenty year,,
natural mo.u.v., - f nm nnn! gi vears uM." I..
Kidney Cure j-boul' e tVen at the
f:rt sin of danger, a it corrects irreg
ularities and bus run-d many old nu n
of this disease. Mr. Rodney Burnctr,
Rockpott. Mo., writes: "I eultW'd
witii cniArgeu rosiatc ..!
Doan's Regulets. Ask your drus-
dist for them. 25 conte a box.
1 T. Whitohcad Company.
A. C. PETERSON.