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Tliere Were Many Beautiful Lil
ies, but Her Own Dear Self
BY QEORQIA LOTT 8ELTER.
If Zlola Potter had lived In a large
.town, ehe would doubtless have been
called a very charming woman. How
ever, In her own, plain-speaking llttlo
(Community, people wondered why on
earth ehe didn't marry and live like
There was no use In trying to con
ceal such apparent facts as tho leak
ing of the roof, and the coldness of
rattling windows and loosened clap
boards, or that most of her scanty liv
ing camo from tho little garden and a
few hens In a house as dilapidated as
that of their mistress.
Hut Zlola managed In some unimag
inable way to wear frocks-of a dainti
ness and stylo beyond most of her
.neighbors. And sho could loop back
,her frayed curtains, arrange her an
tiquated furniture on her faded car
ipetB, and servo tea from her delicate
old cups' with an air that every one
tof them envied.
Having neither husband nor child to
iabsorb her attention, her one great In
terest In llfo had grown to bo tho up
holding of family tradition. And just
jwhat a task this Is for two slender
ihands and a still slenderer purse, only
those who have tried can know.
One day In rumaging through some
old papers, she camo across this sig
nificant item in one of her mother's ac
counts: "Made our usual Easter offering."
, Usual Easter offering. What on
earth has she to offer? But an offer
(she must make!
Zlola counted on her Angers she
had never had much experience with
figures except In subtraction there
iwere eight months of intcrevenlng
Dut time was of no account. After
a sleepless night, the great idea came
Flowers! She already had tho best
'garden in tho little village, and her
flowers wero all that ever graced the
.bare, little church on Easter. But this
year and every year to come there
should be banks of flowers, until tho
congregation learned to look upon
them as her "usual Easter offering!"
A warm, sunny strip along the front
of the garden was chosen, and spaded
She know every trick of fertilizing
and working the soil, planting the
bulbs and protecting them through tho
In tho early spring, when other gar
dens were still wet and cold, the green
sprouts began to shoot up industrious
ly. She counted every stem, every
leaf, every blossom.
"I lovo evcryono of you," Zlola whis
pered, "you beauties! There Is Just
one week left for you to grow you
must hurry hurry!"
Bending above them absorbed in
their beauty, and fragrance, she was
.unconscious of all else, until a mighty
splintering and throbbing crashed
upon her. At her very feet lay a
confused mass of fence pales, crushed
lower stalks, an overturned runabout
and a man's scared face.
Zlola, her hands clasped over her
throbbing heart, stood In soundless
"Are you hurt?" cried the man,
struggling to his feet in the midst of
Zlola did not stir.
"For heaven sake, madam, speak to
me! Are you injured?"
"No," said Zlola, bitterly, "but look
at my beautiful flowers!"
With a Bob she flung her apron over
her face and dashed past his Into the
"Well, If that doesn't beat the
Dutch!" George Gibson stood still in
astonishment angry astonishment.
"Flowers! Sho does not think about
my life, or my ruined machine, or her
own narrow escape!"
He looked about ruefully. A farmer
driving slowly down tho otherwise de
serted street, came at his call, and
, they soon had the machlno righted and
back In tho uneven road, apparently
none the worse for its escape beyond
the knocking off of considerable paint.
But the fence!
"It was about ready to fall down,
anyway," muttered Gibson, In no pleas
ant humor, "but I expect Miss Pep
perbox thinks I had no business ca
renlng into It. And I think tho coun
try has no business to have such roads
that a fellow can't stay In them. I
can't Bee how on earth I came to make
such a fluke!"
He hesitated a moment.
"I expect I'll have to tell her I'll
come back and mend the fence, or she
'will arrest me." And he strode up to
tho door and rang the old knocker.
"But Burely she hears," he muttered,
ringing for the third time.
"Well, I'll come back to-morrow.
Maybe It is Just as well not to see
ther today!" And he smiled grimly as
lie climbed into bis machine and
Zlola sat still In bitterness of spir
it For the first time In her life she
refused herself to Her neighbors, when
they came to Inquire about the wreck
age. "I can't Bee them, and go out there
and look and talk it over and over,"
ehe whispered fiercely when sho heard
some one coming. "I Just cannot do
Her wondering fowls went euppor
less to their early perch, because she
dared not venture out to feed them.
She sat on In tho darkened house, not
trying to stem ber grief and disappointment.
When Zlola went forth bravely next
morning, able to smile grimly about
her adventure, she found a box on her
Upon the top, when tho wooden cov
er was removed, was a note begging
her to accept tho contents In part rep
aration for tho damage done her gar
den. It was fllled with bulbs of many
shapes and colors.
"This doesn't help my Easter offer
Ing," she said, "but I supposo 1 ought
to be grateful for such a fine collec
tion." And when a little later the damaged
runabout stopped decorously before
what was left of her gato, she opened
the door with her usual graclousncss
at the first ring.
"Ah good morning." The man held
out his card.
Zlola smiled when she read It.
"Is It possible this Is Cousin Mady's
Cousin George?" sho inquired.
"So I learned last night when I told
her about my blunder," Gibson smiled
In response. "And believe mo, Miss
Potter. I was more sorry than before,
if possible. I've conn this morning to
do what I can toward restoring order
out of this chaos."
"That Is quite unnecessary, I assure
you," sho answered. "A fence Is sup
posed to be a protection against the
Intrusion of strangers. Mlno proved
entirely inadequate when put to the
test, so It 1b equally unnecessary to re
"We'll settle that later. Now, Miss
Potter, tie a veil over your hair and
como with mo. I promised Cousin
Mary I'd bring you over for dinner."
Zlola was surprised to find herself
enjoying her ride, and later allowing
him to bring her home through the
Next day he Insisted upon replacing
tho broken fence, and then In planting
the flower border with tho new bulbs.
Miss Potter assisted as a matter of.
And last of all, on Saturday after
noon, she found In the old parlor such
a nines of beautiful lilies as she had
never dreamed of possessing.
"How angry nnd Impatient I wns,"
sho cried contritely, "and hero I can
make my flower offering after all."
In the early morning, Zlola entered
the little church, her arms aching with
their beautiful burden, her heart full
But she stopped in amazement when
she lotted her eyes. Tho chancel was
a bower of loveliness. The air wn8
heavy with frangrance.
"Zlolu," cried George Gibson, com
ing quickly toward her, "do you like
It? It Is your Easter offering."
"It Is beautiful," whispered Ziola.
"And now, dear child," taking hei
burden from her, "I want you to make
another offering today moro sweet
and preclouH than this. Cousin Mary
1b In tho vestry. She snys she will
give us Just five minutes and her word
of honor not to peop! Then sho Is go
ing to toko you home and help you
through tho mysteries of dressing.
"Zlola, will you murry me, here, this
morning, nmong tho flowers?"
Zlola caught hor breath sharply.
"Isn't this Just another way of un
ceremoniously running down my
fences?" she asked, with an uncertain
"Perhaps so, dear. But haven't I
moro than repaid tho damages?"
"Yes," she admitted, letting her
hands remain In his, "I believe you
(Copyright, 1913. ty the McCluro News
HAD A REAL KICK COMING
8am Jackson Rightly Indignant at
Mean Trick Played on Hlrr. by
Sam Jackson worked in the coal
mines "In Alabnma. Tho company
semed to think so much of Sam's serv
ices that It put a striped suit on him,
kept him In a stockade, with a pack
a bloodhounds prowling around In
case ho tried to get away. Moreover,
it contracted with the state, which
had a year's Hen on Sam's labor be
causo ho had mistaken somebody
elses' property for his own and had'
been caught, to have Sam stay for
that length of time. In short, Sam
was a convict miner.
It is tho -ulo that a convict has a
stint to do so many tonB a day. He
may earn extra money, and must do
so to pay for tho tools given him.
Tho tools aro then his own property.
Sam paid for Ills, served out his
year, and went back to Birmingham.
Thoughtfully ho cached IUb pack, drill,
and lamp In a "dead" entry.
In two weeks Sam had been caught
at his old tricks, and the Judge had
sent him up for another year. The
sheriff took him out to the mines,
and Sam went straight to tho place
whero ho had hidden his tools. They
wero gone, somebody had stolen
them. Sam went to tho super.
"What they tako them tools for?"
he asked Indignantly. "I axes you,
ain't they knowa man gwlno need
them tools again?"
Away Too Much.
Miss Mary Garden was asked the
other day if she thought outdoor exer
ciso was good for women.
"Yes, I do," Miss Garden answered,
"provided a golden mean la main
tained. Under-exerclse has wrecked
countless women's digestions. Over
exerclso has wrecked countless wo
There Is unconscious humor In a
elpn that catches the eyo of those
who visit Duxbury. At tho beginning
of an attractive country lnno a sign
contains this legend:
TO THE COVE
Tourist Finds Land of Content
ment on Mid-Pacific Island.
8urf Riding la Most Popular Sport
Here, But the Performer Mutt Be
Clever and a Daring Swim
mer to Survive.
Honolulu. Let it bo assumed Miat
four steamer arrives in Honolulu In
tho afternoon. Whllo awaiting your
turn with tho customs Inspector and
other preliminaries to disembarkation
you have bouu watching tho scream
Ing wharf rats splashing in tho water
for nickels that passengers throw
over the side In response to the Invi
tation: "Money, money, I dive, I
dlvo." During this period, George
Cyrus Thorpe writes in Travel, the Ini
tial energlcH of tho rushing tourist
ablaze. Then, aa you aro going over
tho gang plank, a knowing one has
persuaded you to Jump into ono of the
waiting automobiles marked "For
hire." He says something about Wul
klki beach and intimates In a care
less way that in thin manner you may
quickly Iron out tho wrlnklcB of the
day's fatigue and annihilate tho Im
pression of tropical heat.
It Is nn excellent roadbed tho four
miles out to tho bench. Off to thu
left a cloud hangs a little over the
flat top of tho Punch Bowl a moun
tain rock In the rear of the city. The
declining sun bursts through this
heavy sky veil and beside tho moun
tain you see two big rainbows. They
aro there every afternoon, but never
carry your rain clothes. Farther out
you pass a rice paddy, whero a few
Chinamen are wallowing with their
carabos and rude Implements. Then,
too Boon, your car gives a lurch and
you turn in at a driveway and are
before tho steps of a big whlto hotel
on the Bldo away from the sea. The
big open doorway of the generous
lobby frames a picture of sapphirlne
blue sea and deep in tho picture you
bco tiny specks of well defined, pink
skinned men skimming over tho tops
of waves like futrlea. Tho pink specs,
approaching rapidly, quickly assumo
tho proportions belonging to near vi
sion, and tho mystery 1b solved; they
are surf riders. This is tho most pic
turesque form of aquatics in tho
world. It is neither child's play nor
a landlubber's gnmo, for tho perform
er must fight his way with polished
plank out through tho surf llttlo by
little; bo must be a clever and dar
ing swimmer to hold each advance
ho gains until ho 1b far enough out to
turn his plank shoreward. The surf
ride in reminds you of running tom
ahawking Indians, or whatever you
like that you havo seen in reality, hut
have visualized as fleeting, graceful,
halr-strcamlng human speed. It is
a fascinating diversion to watch those
Burfers, but imagine doing It your
self! A trlul is absolutely fatal. If
Executive Building, Honolulu.
you are not drowned the first tne
you will at leaBt bo badly spilled, but
quickly up again with a single ambi
tionto stick to the plank upright for
Just ono ride. If you are clever and
persistent, and if your Btay nt Wal
klkl la a long one, you may succeed.
Of course, tho broad veranda is well
filled with Jolly tea parties, men In
flannels resting from tennis, others
In long motor coats, rldine huMm nr
the mere pongee that announces no
pursujt in particular. Not for a
moment aro you allowed to forget that
thiB is a land of pleasure or, at least,
of happiness; that, whether or not
there are in an outlying district, for
example reasonably sufficient facili
ties for pleasure, therd is always un
stayed good cheer.
Knew Brother by Hit Ears.
Orange, N. J. A pair of distinctive
ears caused tho reunion here of twe
brothers who bad not seen each othoi
for 29 years. Ab George TeotB, an
architect, walked along tho street at
apparent stranger stopped him and
aid: "I'm brother Martin from Ne
braaka and I know you by your ear.
A BOY INTERPRETER
A Young Massachusetts Swede In Can
ada Twenty Years Ago Wanta
Twenty years ago, a blond-haired
young Swede, a boy of about 10 years
of ago. accompanied a pnrty of his
fellow-countrymen on tho then long
trip to WcBtorn Canada ns an Inter
preter. Tho party ho accompanied lo
cated at Wetasklwln, Alberta, now ono
of tho most thriving and best settled
districts in Western Canndn. For
thrco years ho remained In tho dis
trict. Homesickness took him back
to his home nt Fltrhburg, Mass.. nnd
ho has remained tnero for 17 years.
Ho hnn heard frequently from his
friends In tho West. Ho hns followed
their movements nnd watched their
progress. He has heard how tho town
he helped to establish hnB risen from
a shack to n growing, thriving, brisk
business center, with tho surrounding
country peopled now by thousands
who nro occupying tho territory In
which ho was ono of tho first to help
plant tho colony of twenty or twenty
flvo. In his letter to nn omclol of tho
Department of tho Interior, ho says:
"When I was up in Cannda, Calgary
wob a small town and so was Edmon
ton, bit I understand they havo grown
Tho young man when ho went last
learned a machine trado, ho has pat
ents nnd Inventions but ho wants to
go to Cannda again. And ho likely
will, but when ho does ho will find a
grcntcr chnngo than ho mny expect.
Calgnry and Edmonton nro largo
cities, showing marvelous and wonder
ful growth. Whoro but ono lino of
railway mado a somewhat tortuous
and indefinite way ncross tho plains
to ltn mountain pass, thoro aro thrco
lines of railway dividing tho trade of
hundreds of thousands of farmers,
carrying freight to tho hundreds
of towns and cities crossing and
criss-crossing tho prairies In all
directions, reaching out into new
settlements, and preceding districts to
bo newly opened for Incoming settlers.
Ho will not be ablo to secure a home
stead unless at a considerable distance
from tho town, tho threo dollar an
ncre land is selling nt from $1G to $35
an aero. Ho will find now what was
but a theory then, that this land that
was then $3 an aero Is worth tho (30
or $35 that may bo asked for It, and a
good deal more. But ho will find that
ho can securo a homestead just as
good as nny that wero taken In his
dny, and today worth $35 an acre, but
at somo dlstnnco from a lino of rail
way, yet with a certainty of railway
in the near future, and ho will find too
that ho can still get land nt $15 to $18
nn aero that will in a year or two bo
worth $30 or $35 an aero. Mr. Mosc
son Is talking to his countrymen nbout
Willow Switches Given Away.
The small boy whoso father hn
tlmo to apply tho switch should be
waro with a little moro than his usual
caution. Tho United Stutes govern
ment Is giving away willow switchcB.
Tho department of agriculturo has
an experiment farm at Arlington, Va.,
and somo parts of It wero found to bo
too wet for raising ordinary crops.
Thereforo tho experts sot willows out
in tho wet places, and there has been
bo smart a growth that tho govern
ment wants to get rid of the willow
switches. It offers to glvo them away
under tho guise of willow cuttings to
mako baskets or bottom chairs, but no
smart boy will evor bo deceived by
that kind of talk. Ho may bo safe only
In the nssurance of tho government
that only ono hundred of tho cuttings
will bo given to ono person. Worces
PIMPLES COVERED FACE
1613 Dayton St, Chicago, III. "My
face was very red and irritated and
was covered with pimples. Tho pim
ples festered and came to a head.
They itched and burned and when I
scratched them became sore. I tried
soaps and thoy would not stop the
itching and burning of tho skin. This
lasted for a month or more. At last I
tried Cutlcura Ointment and Soap.
They took out tho burning and itching
of the skin, soothing it very much and
giving tho relief that tho othors failed
to give me. I used tho Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment about three weeks and
was completely cured." (Signed) Miss
Clara Mueller, Mar. 16, 1912.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston."
To make a polish for patent leather
make a mixture of ono part of linseed
oil and two of cream. Mix it thor
oughly and apply with a flannel, af
ter removing every particle of dust
from tho shoes. Then rub tho leath
er with a soft cloth.
"Is her hair a crown of glory?"
"Yes, and overy night sho abdi
cates." Town Topics.
At the Movies.
Miss Prim (sovorely) You allow
Usher Yoa'm. Light up! Puck.
'A sentimental girl is lost at a wed
ding without a dainty handkerchief.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
Fer Backacke, RkeuutUn, Kidneys and Bladder
TMBY ARK HIOHSST IN OURATIVg QUALITIES
HrCAIIXr contain up habit ronMiNO onuos
HhWHWUk AB mAfg, SUnt, AND SAVI YOU Ml
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
PieaTfWSwU bright- fttrcolarithan rOTMhertf. Otielfc package colors all fiftThndnlnnjapWwttfaF. YMam
sSSsaysamartt wgtout ripping apart. Write for free booklet How to Uye. Bleach and Mix Cobra. WOWQE MtIS COtMitfNf, ila)ey,g
Woman's Beauty is
Based on Health
To Have Health, Bowel
Movement is Absolutely
Necessary How Best
to Obtain it
If woman's beauty depended upon
cosmetics every woman would be a
picture of loveliness. But beauty lien
deeper than that. It lies In health.
In tho majority of cases tho basis of
health and the cauio of sickness, ran
bo traced to the action of tho bowels.
Tho headaches, thu lassitude, tho
sallow skin nnd tho lusterless eyes aro
usually duo to constipation. So many
things that women do habitually con
duco to this trouble. They do not
eat carefully, they cat Indigestible
foods because tho foods aro served
daintily and they do not exerclso
enough. But whatever tho particular
causo may bo It Is Important, that tho
condition should bo corrected.
An Ideal remedy for women, nnd ono
especially suited to their delicate re
quirements, Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of women on
dorso highly. Mrs. Jennlo Snedekor,
1041 West Monroo St., Chicago, testi
fies that sho Is "cured of grnvn stom
ach and bowel troubles by using Syrup
Pepsin nnd without tho nld of n doc
tor or nny other mcdlclno." All tho
family can use Syrup Pepsin, for thou
sands of mothers glvo it to babies nnd
children. It Is also admlrnbly suited
to the requirements of elderly people,
In fact to all who by reason of ago or
Infirmity cannot stand harsh salts, ca
thartlcB, pills or purgatives. Theso
should always bo avoided for nt best
their effect Is only for that day, whllo
HORSE SALE DISTEMPER
Ytiu know what you acll or buy through thn union hnn about
ono ohiinrn lit Hfcy to esrnpe BAL13 HTAHI.K DISTKMPUll.
"Rl'OllN'H" la your trim protection, your only safcRunrd, for
nn Hiiro na you treat nil your horner. with It, you will soon
bo rhl of tho illHi'imn. it urts nn n nuro preventive no mat
tor how they nro 'Vxpowl." W rents anil It a bottle; K
nml (10 dozen bnttlrfl, nt nil good druggists, horso goods
house, or delivered by tho innnufucturora.
P0HN MEDICAL CO., Chtmlitt anil BacUrloldliti, GOSHEN, IND., U. S. A,
WHY INCUBATOR CHICKS. DIE
Women Who Can Do Things.
Gen. Sir Itobert Baden-Powell be
lieves In tho woman who can do
things, utid tho other day ho held up
Lady Bnden-I'owcll as an exponent of
this much-desired nrt. Tho chief and
founder of tho Boy Scout movement
wan describing u tour thnt his wife
and ho recently made In Algeria. "I
say Lady Baden-Powell," ho suld, "not
so long ngo in what is tho fomlntno
for short slouvos? scrubbing out n
sauccpun. Wo wero living thu nlmplu
llfo In tho desert. Wo had only ono
pun, and thnt was a unucopnn. It
had to do for frying our Huh In tho
morning nnd iiIho for boiling our cof
fee In. After tho lady had dono tho
fried Huh she had to get somo grnsH
roots nnd sand nnd Hcruh tho pot out
so that wo could malto our coffco In It.
Thu lady wan qulto able to do It, and
sho did it well. Sho nlsodldtho wanh
Ing. But," General Bndun-Powcll, add
ed, "I must stand up for thu Scouts
nnd thu mere man sho hud to fall
back upon mo to do tho Ironing."
Not the Same.
Thoy wero strolling through tho
"Yes," tho youthful professor was
saying, "it Is a very slmplo matter to
tell tho various kludB of trees by the
Sho gazed at him soulfully.
"How wonderful!" sho exclaimed.
"And enn you or tell tho various
kinds of dogs that way?" Llppln
colt's. Peculiar Street Names.
Mexico is a country of picturesque
street and house names. In tho capi
tal aro streets boarlng such namos as
"Tho Lovo of God Street," "The Holy
Ghost Street," "Pass If You Can
Street," "Lost Child Street," "Sad In
dian Street" and "Street of tho Wood
Boys and Files.
"God made tho flies; don't swat
them," Is a Hackensack official's meth
od of disposing of the summer pest
problem. This ought to bo a usoful
argument for tho Hackensack young
ster who is caught sampling tho Jam.
Now York Evening Sun.
Wanted an All-Day Whistler.
Somebody advortlsed for a man who
can whistle all day for good pay.
Perhaps tho grouchy roan in tho suite
across tho hall doesn't llko whistling.
By tho way, what aro the union rates
for whistling? Cleveland Plain Deal
er. Important to Mothers .
Examlno carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
Signature ot C&Wf&US&U
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"I met a man yesterday who offered
me an unspeakable Insult"
"Why waa it unspeakable?"
"Ho was dumb and bad to spell it
out on bis fingers."
Jane Would you marry a man who
was your inferior?
Mary If 1 marry at all.
Mrs. Jennie 8nedeker.
n gonulno remedy llko Syrup Pepsin
nets mildly but permanently.
It can bo conveniently obtained at
nny drug storo at fifty conts or on
dollar a bottlo. Results aro always
guaranteed or money will bo refunded.
You will find it gentle In action, pleas
ant in taste, and free from griping,
and lis tonic properties huvo a distinct
valuo to women. It In tho most widely
used laxattve-tonlo In America today
nnd thousands of families aro now
never without it.
If no mombor of your family hna
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you
would llko to mako a personal trial of
it before buying it In tho regular way
of n druggist send yur address
poBtal will do to Dr. W. B. Cald
well, 20.1 Washington St., Montlcello,
III., and a free sample bottle will be
Write for book Having young chicks. Beud na
uumm of 7 f rleiida that una inenbatora and get
buck free. Iialiu.ll Itemed Co., lilac U well.Okla.
Old Pie 8hops Disappearing.
With tho dccltno of tho a la mods
beef shop In London ono notes also
tho dliiappearatico of most of tho old
fuHhloned plo shops, such ns tho fa
moiia eel-pto shop In Fleet streot that
tho youthful fancy of tho writer al
ways associated with tho story of
Sweenoy Todd, "tho deinon barber."
Thu Itinerant vendor of sheep's trot
tern ban nlso almost disappeared, as
well us tho sollur of sandwiches at the
doors of theaters, whllo tho porlpatotlo
plo haB qulto vaulBhcd from the
streets. In their placo wo havo the
all conquering but malodorous fried
IIbIi shop, which haB multiplied four
fold during tho last twenty years.
Dayton Has Had Six Floods.
Dayton, O., hns Blood In tho shadow
of disaster from flood over stneo Its
foundation. No less that six times
previous to tho present inundation
have tho rivers which How through it
left their accustomed courses and
brought death and destruction of prop
erty upon tho town. Tho first of theso
Hood occurred In 1805, tho very year
thn' Oayton was incorporatod as a
towi.. Tho sixth was In 1898 and the
others In tho years 1847, 1863, '1866
"I'm about to glvo an opora party.
What boxes should I take?"
"Any, except chatterboxes." Judge.
SEEDS Alfalfa. : timothy, blue gnu s
ceno$3; Bweei clovortO. Farina for sale 6. rent
on crop pay m'U. J. Muluall, Boo City, Is.
Them's always some man around to
second any kind ot a motion except
a motion that looks like work.
Hra. Wlnalow'a Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, aoftena the gumn, reduces Innamma
Uoo,allay a pa!a,eara wind TOllctte a bottleJew
Occasionally we meet a man who
acts as if he waa living bis life by
Have you frequent htAdachee. a eoa tad
A torpid liver Is tke trouble
la niae cases out of tea
Dr. Pierce's Golderj.
b a moat tfrjtal Hrer Inrfrotmtor, atom
sen tonic, oowel regulator rm4 nary
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