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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Volume Xxxi. Accomac c. H., va., saturday september 16, 1911. Number 10. George l. Doughty jr., attorney at Law. Offices acc Omac and Belle Haven. Practices in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. P. Aylett attorney at Law. Office Accomac c. Practices in All courts on the Eastern Shora of Virginia. J. Abbott Byrd attorney and counsellor at Law. Offices Accomac 0. H., Chinco Teague Island and me Tompkin a at Ohio Oteague Island 4th work in every month. Will practice in All the courts of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. John w. West attorney at Law. Practices in All the courts of the Eastern Shore of a. Offices at Onancock and Accomac 0. Stewart k. Powell attorney at Law. Offices a Accomac 0. And Onan cock a. Practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. N. B. Wesco t. S. Jas. Turlington. Wescott amp Turlington attorneys at Law offices Accomac 0. H., Mapps Burg and fair Oaks a. Practice in courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. 1. Walter mail a. J. Brooks Mart Mai i1 amp Happ. Attorneys at Law. Offices Orangeville Keller and Accomac 0. A. Practice in All court on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Otho f. Mears a attorney at Law a offices Eastville Northampton county and acc Omaha court mouse practices in All courts on the Eastern Shore of in Liuia. John s. Parsons attorney at Law Accomac courthouse. A. Will practice in All courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Jno r. And j. Harky Rew. Att Erues at Law. Offices Accomac 0. And Parks Ley. At Accomac c. H., every wednesday. Will practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Ben t. Gunter. A attorney at Law Accomac 0. A. A. Will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northam Myton counties # i. Floyd Nook a a attorney at Law a Accomac 0. H., a. _ practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Warner Ames attorney at Law a a offices Accomac . And Onancock. At Accomac 0. Every wednesday and Friday. Will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. John e. Nottingham jr., attorney at Law a Franktown. A practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. . D. Lilliston dentist. A Accomac court House �? office hours from 9 a. To 5 p. Will be at Parksley every tuesday. Or. John a. Turlington veterinarian. Graduate United states College of veterinary science. Fair Oaks Virginia. Via Melfa office hours 7 to 9 a. A 6 to 8 p. Will practice in Accomac and Northampton counties. Or. W. Turlington v veterinarian fair Oaks a. Reference past patrons. Can be called by phone Day or hot. W. G. Emmett notary Public Balle . Fred. E. Ruediger county Surveyor a Accomac c. H., a. Thoroughly equipped with latest and Best instruments oilers his services to be citizens of Accomac county or. Has. F. Turman dentist. I will practice my profession at Bloxom and new Church on the following dates Bloxom. New Church. September 11, 19, 13, 14, 15. October 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. November 13, 14, 15, 16, 17. December 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Main office Ohio Oteague a. We. P. Bell amp co., druggists Accomac c. H., va., agents for state Normal schoo Fredericksburg a on the South Bend watch Ideal Fountain per s. Stock always on hand. Finest line of stationery on Eastern Shore of a. Administration building. Supported by the state to prepare teachers for the Public schools. Site covers sixty acres on Maryes Heights overlooking the City. Beautiful High healthful. Attractive Grove of six or seven acres. Buildings and equipment new and modern. Large faculty of experienced experts. Broad courses in academic Industrial and professional branches. Graduates issued Virginia teachers certificates Good anywhere in the state. Tuition free to teachers. Expenses reduced to actual Cost. First session opens september 26, 1911. For prospectus and information write e. Russell president Fredericksburg a. If its a watch you want you cannot possibly Overlook the South Bend. The South Bend is an accurate reliable timekeeper fully guaranteed by maker. And time within 6 month a new one will be Given in Exchange Lor one proving unsatisfactory. A j Thero Are scores of representative citizens of this county to whom i have sold South Bond watches. They Are satisfied and proud of ,9m Many have told me they would not dispose of them for double the Price paid. If you Are interested let me submit prices and refer you to some neighbor who is the proud possessor of a South . J. Neville jeweler a Onancock a. I and conservatory of music r a select College for girls and Quot Young women. Bristol Jno. W. Duncan jeweler Onancock. Virginia., is offering an unusually Large Stock of watches clocks silverware jewelry diamonds amp a. Especial attention is invited to his Supply of wedding presents and done to forget him when in need of located in a Beautiful Mountain Valley Altitude 1s00 it. Delightful and healthful climate. Large Brick buildings with modern conveniences. Campus recently enlarged. Large gymnasium. Outdoor sports. Regular Art e a Sion. Domestic science. Conservatory of music and special c. Under the directorship of l. Alberti of Copenhagen is unsurpassed in the South. 200 music pupils past session. Experienced european and american professors faculty of 26. Careful personal attention Given to All students. Christlar Ces free from sectarian Bias. 42d session begins sept. 21st. Write for Catalon. W. S. Neighbors a. M., d. D. President to 138the president and the vice president teach. The Beacom schools Are the leading schools because they Are reliable their courses Are modern and practical their teachers Are experts in the subjects they teach and their graduates Are placed in Good positions. Write for particulars of our free trial month plan and latest Catalon. Feed your working Stock Purina Stock feed and your laying hens Purina scratch feed and your Milch cows Protena Dairy feed. We Are Jaq jobbers of everything in the line of Hay Grain feeds a specially. Mail orders Given our prompt . S. Schermerhorn amp son 127-129 Cheapside Baltimore footwear. No guess work about our shoes designed and modelled by experts after human foot lasts. They look Well Wear Well because they Are a amp de . Thomas amp co., 240 main st., Norfolk you in a Lime doors windows. Blinds Cement Lime hair flooring ceiling facings siding or moulding of any kind if so write or Phon Ashburn amp King spectacles. Ask your neighbor about his ability to properly fit you Martin amp Mason co. Call attention to their Large Stock of. Sash doors blinds. Mouldings builders hardware. Shingles. Laths. Lime. Bricks and building material generally paints oils and painters supplies. We Are prepared to Cut House Bills to order also to manufacture barrel Staves and Heads of Good Quality. Our Crist Mill will run every saturday notwithstanding reports to the contrary. We shall at All times be pleased to show our goods and invite you to Call and inspect our Stock before making your purchases and we will save you Money. Martin amp Mason co., Hathor icon. to Exchange one mule 1,000 lbs in his teens but a Good worker and. A three year old general Max Colt broken in double buggy harness can Trot for a pair of Blocky mules 3 to 6 3tears old Good weight gentle to All farming implements. Black cow peas for Sale. We handle most everything earned by the retail dealer direct from manufacturers. Glad to have a share of your patronage at lowest Price. Harry t. White amp son wholesale grocers brokers and. Manufacturers agents. Mckemie Park. . A. Kernodle practical Tinner slate and Sheet Metal worker and sanitary plumber now located at Parksley and respectfully solicits the patronage of the Public. S of r pairing a special y. Lightning rods furnished and put up at a reasonable Price. Estimates cheerfully furnished and satisfaction guaranteed. They have a full line of every things thoroughly seasoned and ready for shipment. Your Trade wish to say that we keep at All times for Sale at the lowest possible margin of profit the following goods feeds Corn Oats Hay and middling. Ftp our we Are now working on our second car Load since february. materials shingles lathes Lime bricks Ami Cement. Jarm implements planet try cultivators and Standard sprayers. We have a Complete assortment of sizes and values in screen doors and window Sci Sens and screen wire. Our a toe a of general merchandise is Complete and Well selected. T. S. Hopkins a amp co., a. Tasley a. High Grade jewelry. I wish to inform the Public that i have added an up to Date jewelry department. To my regular drug business and am prepared to fill All wants in this line. My aim will be to Only handle goods from reputable manufacturers. By doing so i will be Able to guarantee every article sold to give perfect satisfaction. No goods of a doubtful Quality will be carried in Stock. Our Rule will be to replace All goods that prove unsatisfactory. Call in and look our Stock Over. Respectfully. E. R. Allaband. Parksley i his Castle on a i the Rhine r y. J and How he sold it to a Quot a a descendant of its first a owner. By f. A. M1tchel. T copyright by american press assail elation 1911. On the left Bank of the Rhine is the ruin of one of those old castles which have stood in that Region for centuries. This particular Castle some years ago was bought by Carl Bishoff a German american who had made a lot of Money brewing lager Beer. Bishoff bought with the Castle a few pieces of furniture pictures and other curiosities that were several Hundred years old and had been handed Down from one purchaser to another. With the decay of the Castle and the gradual breaking up or loss of these articles All that remained had finally been concentrated in one room which when the owner was there lie used for a living and bed room. In this apartment was an antique fireplace big enough to roast an of. Over the Cliine piece Hung a picture that was especially prize by Carl Bishoff. Bishoff was an admirable Amateur chess player. Indeed he had on several occasions tackled professionals with fair Success. The reason he prize the picture that Hung Over the Chimney piece at his Castle was because ii represented a curious position Between chess players. They were in medieval dress the one Long and thin with a Black Beard the other Stocky whose Beard was fiery red. The dark Man wore his Beard at a Point while his must chios were turned upward giving him a malignant expression. The red bearded Man was of a pleasant countenance. The picture represented him looking on the Board evidently troubled at a Prospect of being checkmate by his antagonist who was regarding him with an expression of Triumph. On a plate attached to the Frame was the name of the picture in German a checkmate in six there was a legend connected with the painting that the Man who had built and owned the Castle would some Day return to repossess it. When he came so the legend said he. Would assume the position of the red bearded Man in the picture and instead of being checkmate in six moves he would checkmate in the same number. Bishoff chuckled at this legend saying that if any one could get his Castle in that Way he was Welcome to do so. A Call her what you like. I done to wish any More of her. Ill take some of that punch. I need a bracer after my narrow taking a Mug from the mantel he poured out some of the liquor and drank it off. One would judge from the Way you conduct yourself a said Bishoff a that you Are at Home i what do you mean a snapped Bishoff angrily. A ooh done to get Huffy. Let us enjoy ourselves then noticing a chessboard and chessmen on a table he added a do you play chess a a Well there is no better Way of spending an evening. Let us have a he took up the chessboard set the Pitcher of punch aside placed the Board on the table arranged the men. Without saying a by your leave a he took the first move. Bishoff wondering at the Many a audacity lowered his eyes to the chessboard and soon forgot his astonishment in the game. saw at once that the stranger was an excellent player. The game was a Long one and for some time neither gained an advantage then Bishoff thinking he saw a Way to checkmate his antagonist. Moved and looked up at his antagonist As if to say a a in la soon have you now my Fine the stranger looked up too and with a Low laugh turned his head toward the picture of the chess players that Hung Over the Chimney piece. Bishoff glanced from the Board to the picture then Back to the Board. started. The chessmen were in the same position As in the painting Bishoff having the advantage. And then it dawned on Bishoff that his visitor and the Man with the red Beard were one and the same. A i will checkmate you in six moves a said the stranger. A you mean that i will checkmate you in six moves a said Bishoff. A this against your Castle that it is i who checkmates he Drew Forth a draft for 30,000 Marks on a Bank in Cologne. A done a said Bishoff. His opponent took up a piece and moved it like an automaton. Bishoff moved again. On the strangers fourth move something Bishoff had never counted on happened. It seemed to him that the tables were turned. Aft a a Long time he moved. The stranger moved again. Bishoff who now lost his head moved for the fifth time. A checkmate a said the stranger moving. A a you be won the Castle is yours a gasped Bishoff. The stranger chuckled. A fall this is very queer a gasped the american staring at the Man with eyes As big As butter plates. A you Are mistaken. Nothing is queer. What is is. You have Only certain relations with the world of which you he had studied for hours try Long to arc conscious. You the Iii the past is Luther t. Lewis Sailmaker at f. C. Lewis store Hunting Creek a. All repair work done promptly. Sati of action guaranteed. Discover a method by which the Short Man could save himself and had failed. considered the problem insoluble and several chess experts who had seen the picture had agreed with him. One autumn Bishoff who had run Over from America to Berlin con eluded to pay a visit to his Castle to see that All was ready for the coming Winter. A caretaker lived in1 a room that had been repaired and furnished for him and his wife and could provide what Bishoff required in the Way of refreshments. Bishoff would be obliged to spend one night in the Castle and would do so in the room already described. It was a lowering afternoon when he reached the Castle Clouds hanging Low about the battlements. After making an inspection and talking Over the conditions with his caretaker Bishoff who had directed a fire be built in his chamber dined there and when he had finished pulled a big armchair up before the blazing logs. Not feeling especially Happy in his gloomy abode he directed his caretaker to make him a hot punch. This was set on a table beside him and As the hours slowly passed he prove off his loneliness with frequent rotations. Presently he fell into a dose. How Long he slept lie did no to know but the first thing he did know the door was opened and a Man came into the room. Bishoff looked up expecting to see the caretaker. was mistaken. The person who entered was one he had never seen. approached Bishoff with outstretched hand and with a cordiality that seemed More appropriate for a Host than a guest. Then he Drew a chair before the fire warmed his hands and taking a pipe from his pocket began to smoke. A Well a he said to Bishoff a this is a dismal night without but pleasant within. In a glad you be made yourself Bishoff has never been very Clear in his statements about this Man. Were it not that he has been so sure he was awake and so explicit about some circumstances connected with the visit one would be warranted in assuming that he was dreaming. At first he says it Only struck him that the Man was very queer looking very Queerly dressed and wore a red Beard. But at his Entrance Bishoff did not connect him with the picture. Bishoff was so astonished that for some time he made no response. Indeed he think of anything to say. Finally he broke silence by Askin German a whence come you a a from up the River. I have had a hard pull. Do you know i came ear being caught in that Whirlpool i was pulling along when i heard a voice singing. Glancing up. I saw a Beauty Ful woman looking at me. Of so tenderly i could not keep away from her. Turning toward the Shore i soon found toy boat was beginning to whirl. With a powerful Effort i turned and pulled Back ii to smooth water. The singing continued sweeter than before but i stopped my ears with a bit of cloth i found in my boat and did not look toward the Shore. I narrowly escaped the a the Lorelei a exclaimed Bishoff. A you Tell your experience As if it had really happened. The Lorelei is Tat his dead. Nothing is dead. Everything always lives but All things change. Good night. This Castle is now mine but i leave you in Possession for the that Sall Bishoff remembers of that memorable evening. The next morning he awoke sitting in his chair. The fire had gone out and he was shivering. left without even waiting for breakfast and offered the Castle for Sale. An agent found a purchaser and before Bishoff returned to America he met the Man in the agents office to Complete the Sale. nearly fainted on recognizing in the new owner his visitor who had checkmate him at chess. While the papers were being made out and the signatures appended Bishoff continued to stare at the purchaser who gave no sign of Ever having seen him before. The Man was in modern dress and his Beard though red was cropped close. had lost everything of his old fashioned appearance in the picture. In other words he seemed to have been taken out of the fifteenth or sixteenth Century and dropped into the twentieth. A have you Ever been in the Castle a Bishoff asked him. A no. I do not live in Germany. I have since my boyhood been in business in South America. It is there that i have acquired the Means to recover the Home of my at this Point the agent finished working on the papers and said a Baron Becker comes into his own after Many centuries. is a Lineal descendant of the original Baron who built the Castle. It was lost some 400 years ago at a game of chess. There is a legend that a descendant of its first owner would come again into its Possession in the same Way that it was lost to the Bishoff was so affected at this information that he signed his receipts and hurried away without asking any questions much to his regret Ever since for he appears to be in a muddle about the whole affair the Only part of it about which he is certain is that he was wide awake and in his full senses when the events occurred in the agents office. always ends his Story with the remark a there is so much legend about that Rhine country that some of it must be a Battlo of languages. Three or four languages strove for Mastery in ancient Gaul which is now France. German was spoken by the ,12.000 Frank invaders. Popular latin was spoken by 6.000,000 Gallo romans. Literary latin was the language of the Church and of literature. Low latin was afterwards the language of the administration. German was the first to succumb. In four centuries it ceased to be understood by the soldiers and in seventy years More it had become an object of ridicule. But it survived in More than 900 words expressing the things of government Law and War and thus forms no insignificant part of the French language. A i have a world of Confidence in Cham Berlaine a cough remedy for i have used it with perfect Success a writes mrs. A j l Basford Poolesville my. For Sale by i All Beds abroad. To get into some of them one has to use a Stepladder. The european bed always strikes the uninitiated american traveler As a huge joke. In France they commence to impress him with their height and narrowness and he looks dubiously at the enormous Turkey red Cotton a a louvre pied Quot of eiderdown which seems something like a Mountain and he wonders How he is Ever going to Bear All that extra weight on his person. But when he has slipped Between the sheets and the grateful warmth communicates itself to his cold Bones if it is Winter they Are sure to be like icicles he discovers that it is deceptively Light and deliciously comfortable. In Switzerland the Beds attain a Little More height but it is in Germany that they become of such an Altitude As to necessitate a pair of Steps to mount them. One tourist finding that one leg of the Stepladder was broken solved Milfs difficulty by going to the extreme end of the room taking a running Start and Landing with a flying leap in the midst of the Turkey red eiderdown. crawled in under the crocheted counterpane and was soon fast asleep. Some time in the night he became sleepily aware of a consuming thirst and started to get out of bed for a drink. A startled shriek followed by some swear words that even the thick headed Germar watchman understood penetrated to the remotest chamber in the inn. A i was half awake a he explained afterwards and had been dreaming of standing on table Rock in the Yosem let. I smarted to get out of bed and began to fall. Naturally i supposed i was plunging to the Bottom of that precipice and ill leave it to you if any one have let out a yell when he thought he was going to be dashed to sometimes in european hotels the tourist is taken solemnly to one Side and told that by paying a few francs or life More he can have the Royal bedchamber. A certain hotel , where a dozen or More Royal Heads have lain in one season is even More generous for if the rooms Are empty they make no extra charge. And the traveler loves to recount when he is Back on his native Heath How his Cheek pressed the same Pillow that had been used by the Little Queen of Holland or the King of York King can 00 no wrong. Neither can he Ever die according the British Law. It is a curious Point of British Law that the King never Dies or to put it in another Way it would be useless for any barrister to argue that the rulers predecessors have really died since the utmost the Law will admit is that there May be a a demise of the Crown a meaning. Of course simply that there has been a Transfer of the Royal authority from one person to another. It is a Maxim that a the King can do no wrong a and under the Law he would not be held personally responsible for any crime or a a tort that he chose to commit at any time. At any rate we Are assured by High constitutional authorities that the Law should actually and literally be so construed and that the statutes hold that any injury his majesty might inflict upon a subject must be ascribed to the Kings advisers. One thing seems to be certain and that is that his majesty can under no circumstances whatsoever be arrested. Nor moreover could his goods be Dis trained or taken in execution should he fail to meet his liabilities. A quaint feature of British Law is that in theory the King is present at the Law court at every sitting though he might in Point of fact actually be on the continent or elsewhere. It follows therefore that it is impossible to Nonsuit him As Plain Tiff should he not put in an appearance when his Case is called since the Law specifically states that the King is there. In a similar sense the King is always constructively present in parliament though he be in fact thousands of Miles from his shores. His majesty is under the Law the nominal guardian of All infants idiots and lunatics and to him is granted the sole right to print the Bible the Book of common prayer and All acts of parliament in the United kingdom. It has been stated furthermore that should he so desire the King could forbid the printing of any or All of them anywhere within his dominions. the the sexes. Singular Isnit it the Way nature preserves the equilibrium one of the most Subtle and interesting problems of life according to the j was plenty of powder and the scheme eminent statistician and student of was adopted. The rest of the defend the volunteers wiped out the foe but it was a sad Story. A i can Tell you the Saddest thing that happened during the whole War a said an old negro to a group of listeners. The Story was this. One night it was reported that the town was in peril of attack from the enemy and the fighting forces were quickly mustered. One of the volunteers conceived the idea of mining the Road and touching the fuse in time to annihilate the foe. There heredity professor r. J. Ewart is the numerical relationship of sex and its influence upon the body politic. The woman a rights movement is in Esse see a mathematical and statistical problem according to. Him. There is not a general Advance of woman As some sociologists assert. There is a sudden manifestation of her Power a period of supremacy and then a decline of her status. The explanation is statistical mainly. True it has always been something of a Puzzle Why the proportion of each kind apparently with Little or no underlying reason is produced in the right numbers. The argument that if such were not the Case the particular species would not survive does not reveal to is the methods by which this object has been achieved. That some mechanism must exist by Means of which within certain limits the number of males and females bom is regulated is proved by the facts of history where we have numerous examples of wars and other social upheavals where males have largely suffered and yet within an apparently Short period of time As measured by such events a balance has again been established. The sex equilibrium May be compared to that of a Gyroscope where the greater the disturbance of position the greater is the Force tending to reestablish its natural stand while in Law. The snub it Gav a British Consul in Cuba some years ago. The haphazard character of Spanish Law is Well illustrated by the following Case some years ago a Young English Sailor accompanied by an american and an Irish Sailor went on Shore at Havana. When returning to their ships they were attacked by chinamen. The american struck one of the chinamen on the head with a stick and the Man died. The Spanish authorities did not trouble to discriminate but sentenced the three men to two years imprisonment the British Consul being unaccustomed to Spanish ways took up the Tase of the englishman very strongly. The authorities thereupon possibly to teach him a lesson tried the men Over again and gave them Twenty years each. The englishman after three years in a cuban prison during which time his companions died of yellow fever was transferred to Ceuta to serve the remainder of his time. After some years he and a fellow prisoner a spaniard escaped but they were recaptured. The food provided in the convict prison of Ceuta consists of two meals a Day of Garbanzos Chick peas occasionally Flavoured with a tiny bit of Salt pork a remarkably healthy if not appetizing diet and the englishman came out of prison in particularly Good health. After his Twenty years unjust imprisonment he married a Spanish London family Herald. Window of Tho soul. Eyes Are bold As Lions roving running leaping Here and there far and near. They speak All languages they wait for no introduction they Are no englishmen ask no leave of age or rank they respect neither poverty nor riches neither learning nor Power nor virtue nor sex but intrude and come again and go through and through Yon in a moment of time. What inundation of life and thought is discharged from one soul into another through them a Emerson. Ers stood some on one Side of the Road some on the other ready to discharge their rifles into what might be left of the assailants. The Day passed without incident but As the. Night wore on the Strain of the situation a Flynn to Tell on the nerves of the defenders. Presently however there was the sound of hoofs on the Highway approaching rapidly. Snob was the state of mind of the defenders that the sounds appeared to indicate the coming of a mighty cavalry Force. It was a terrifying moment. A vivid Flash lighting up the scene As the first horseman reached the spot told that the mine had been exploded and it had done its work. There was not a vestige of an army to be seen when the smoke cleared away excepting the scattered fragments of a big Black mule. The party laughed As the old Man concluded his tale. A a that a a Good enough Story a said one of them a but what was there so sad about it a a it was my mule Sah a was the old negroes pathetic a purple cow. Perfectly natural under certain conditions says an artist. Anthony Dyer Painter of water colors was explaining the matter to some possible buyers of his wares. A suppose while you Are in the country in summer a said he a you Chance upon a Holstein cow grazing on a Hillside. Holsteins of course you know Are Black and White. The pasture is Green. Off at one Side is a Gray unpainted barn. Do you stagger with Surprise when you notice that that cow is purple not a bit of in if it were not purple you might reasonably consult an Oculi st. That would be a sign that your eyes needed attention. A but you May never have tried to figure out Why the cow is Here is the answer the complementary color of the Green pasture is red. The bight of Green always suggests red although we done to realize it flooding the scene is the yellow Sunshine. The yellow the red and the Green Combine to tint the grazing Neutral coloured cow purple and purple it undeniably is As you must admit when next Yon encounter one under such circumstances. Nevermore therefore May you sing with Gerlett Burgess i never saw a purple cow. I never Hope to see one. A new York press. But she was t satisfied. Lady Jekyll who was fond of pulling herself and others with such questions As had been common enough a generation before her in the Days of the a athenian Oracle a asked William Whiston of Bermed name and eccentric memory one Day at her husband s table to resolve a difficulty which occurred to her in the mosaic account of the creation. A since it pleased god sir a she said a to create the woman out of the Man Why did he form her out of the rib Rathet than any other part a Whiston scratched his head and answered a indeed Madam i do not know unless it be that the rib is the most crooked part of the her husband said a Yoa have it now i Hope you Are a Southey s doctor. For Bowel complaints in children always give chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy and Castor Oil. It is certain to effect a cure and when reduced with water and sweetened is pleasant to take. No physician can prescribe a better remedy. For Sale by All dealer s

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