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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Weilne�fla:i', March 20,1911. THE LETHBBIPG^ D4I|.Y ^ERALp 30 Vears of finccess The 8. M. Hyd* Co. Offer a Remedy for Catarrh. The Medicine Ceeta Nothing if it Falls When a medicine effects a miccees-fnl treatment in a very large majority of caaes, and when wc offer that medicine on our own personal guarantee th�L it will coat the iiaer nothing If It doe.s not completely relieve catnrfli; It 18 only reaeonable lh�t people, should believe us, or at least put our, claim to X practical teat when we take all the rlik. Thete are facta which we want the people to subatantlate. We want them to try Rexall Mucu-Tone, n medicine prepared from a pre-i acriptlon of a physician with whom eaiarrh was a apeclalty, and who has a record of thirty yeare of enviable Buocesa to his record. We r"ceive more good reports about Kcxall MucuTone that we Ho of all . other catarrh remedies aold In our store, and if more people only knew what n thoroughly dependalils remedy Rexall Mucu-Tore It, it would h tlm only iitarrh remedy wo would lia\e any demand for. lie:�all MiiciirToue is quickly ah-roibed and by Its tiierapeiiiu: effeii tends r,) dislnfocr and eleans^ tlie entire mucous membraneous tract to destroy .iii.d remove the parasites v.liioh lnjuri� the membraneous tissues, loj TO VISIT CANADA DISTRICT NEWS Will Address Canada Medical Association Boy Scouts to Coronation-An Ocean Province for the Dominion (From Our Own Correspondent,) .Montreal, March ;;7.-Creat liitcrpsi Is being shown In the coihing meeting of the Canada .Medical Associntion, which is to hp held in Montreal on June Tl.h to Utb next, under the presidency of Dr. Oeo. K. Armstrong, of .Montreal. This mepllng follows,im-medlalely after ihe opening of the new .Medical Building of MrGlll InlvprRily by hi.s Excellency Earl Grey, when there will be a rriinloii of many graduates of -McGIII.  The mceling of the Canada .Medical Association -promises to he one of the most successful in the history of that soclely. .M.any phyiciana and surgcon.s of world-wide repulat-ion have signi� fled their Intenlion of being present. lip lo the present have been more than successful. Canadian Money Abra.-id Speaking of Canadians who invest money outside of Canada, recalls the figures of the department nf finance, Just issued. I'li to the first of January of this year Canadians were (lulte content lo put their savings into their own country's Industries and iindertak Ings. Now there Is a marked tendency to put It into .American or Kuropean enterprises, and foreign companies with stocks or bonds to sell here are finding a remarkably ready market. The Lake Superior Iron and Chemical Company, lor instance, has Just placed a block of preferred stock on the Canadian market, and Clanadlans have not ooihc the IrritJitlon and he.'H ii,e |' '-ead the opening address Sir Thomas Barr, physician to the late:"low in taking it. up, some- sorenes.s. stop the muc'ous distliurgp, buildup atroog healthy tissue a-id rp-lieve file blood and syEtem of diseased matter. Its influence is townid stimulating the mneo-cells, aiding digee-tlon and improving nutrition until the whole body vibrates with healthy ai-tivity. In a comparatively short time it brings about a noticeable gain in weitht, 9tren�th good color and feeling of bauyancy. We" urge'.yon to try Rexall MucuTone, beginning a treatment today. At any time you are not satisfied. In medicine. Professor Alexander f'rimrose. of Toronto, is to deliver the, address in surgery. The celebrated' f"r''r'-^' "^'^at see a better invest times taking their money out of staid old Canadian industrials lo buy. it may be reciprocity talk, or i.t may be {�>v, M. H. Andorscm. of Barrlilll, active and healthy and thus store u ised throu}!h ,-;imdiBi on Saturday sulificie.it bile to move tlie bowels. :his_way to Wheat Centre, where .i.e^^^^ir^,, ^^n-^lli^'^f^ll^' i-)r. W.llliam Mayo, of Rocbesler, has arranged to be present, and is expected to take a prominent part In the dis-ciissiona. ment, and are determined to take advantage of it. Unlike many American, offerings, the l.,akc Superior comes well recommended. It is an old com- Amnng the subjects of great import-1 Pan.^" reorganized and turns out die ance to Canadians at large which wi be discussed, is a proposed campaign againsl typhoid fever. The experience \jof Toronto, of Montreal in i;)10, and presently thai of Ottawa, have made it essential that united action should he simply come and tell us, and we will considered to allay the terrors of this quickly retHrn yom- money without a dread and yet preventible disease. quaaUon or quibble. We have Rexall Reduced rales have been promised M,uciJ-Tone in two sizes, .iOc and 11.00 by the railway companies, and already Remember you can obuin Rexall Remedies, in Lethl^ridge only at our Store. The Rexall Store-J. D. Higln-botbam & Oo. BAftONS NEWS Farmers in this vicinity are all busy on their land these fine days, a few have''already commenced seeding, and in a few days seeding will -be general. A. .M. Rigby has moved out to his farm south of Granum for the summer. .Vlrs. Dr: E. Wallwin and Percy l,ut-ton leave 'here on Wednesday for a two months' trip to Toronto. Jim Mackay, proprietor of the pool hall, leaves this week for his farm R.t Rocio' Coulee, to sitperintend the putting in of his crop. .Mendenhall and Hatfield have Just received a large consignment of mens Spring furnlsbings. Messrs. Grant, and Moir report that real estate is on the move around here the fast few days. They sold a section and a half at a good price. Mr. Robert Alexander, of Klnnon-dale. Is spending a few days visiting his brother, \Vm. Alexander. Waller Hatfield and wife are visiting relatives for a few days at Sundial. .Miss. Alma .\ewmarsh spent the week end in L,ethbridge\ Gilbert Bennet Moir was out to his farm on the Black Spring Ridge this! a large number of Canada's medical practitioners have signified their intention to be present. Boy Scouts to Coronation Boy Stouts from the Over-Seas Dominions will have official standing in the Coronation procession, although provision had not at first been made for tbei�i. How detachments are to get lo the Old Country, and who Is to pay the exnenses of the trip is another question. The Canadian Century of .Montreal, is sending a squad of twenty, the boys to be drawn from all parts of Canada, and it is not unlikely that Colonel Sherwood �nd the Dominion Council will arrange lo send a second 8(|uad. The Century squad will sail on the 15mpress of Ireland with the XJoronatoin contingent of Canada's official delegation, and will travel like real soldiers under transport of war conditions. Would Join Dominion According to cables, newspapers and private letters received here during the past few days, the Bahama Islands, a iiari of Britain's possessions in the West Indies, are anxious to become a part of tlie Dominion of Canada and a large delegation of politicians and prominent men will shortly leave Nassau to officially place the views of the Islanders before the Governor-General largest amount of pig iron, and its two by-products, wood alcohol and acetate of lime, in the world. It owns six huge charcoal ipig-lron furnaces Irt Michigan, nearly ISO.UOO acres of hard wood forest, forty-seven miles of railway and the faniousi Yale iron mine. Canadian System Best Sir Thomas R. Price, senior commissioner for the South African Government Railways and Harbors, is undertaking an extensive tour in Canada and the I'nited States for the purpose of making a thorough examination of the system of grain handling and exportation on this continent. South Africa, he said In an interview is admirably adapted for growing immense ciuautitles of corn, and during the past four years the Government and the railways have been experimenting in the exportation of corn to Kurope. Hitherto (he custom has been followed of handling the corn in sacks but Sir Thomas is convinced that the Canadian system nf handling in bulk is the best system, and be is about to visit Fort William, .Minneapolis, Chin-ago, Duluth and other places to look into this system and decide whether it is adaptable to the South African trade. Montreal a Smuggling Base The rigidity with which the L'nited States customs officials examine passengers a.t New York, has turned the wiles of the smtiggler to Canada. The professional "smug." as the detecthes call them, take passage to St. .lohn or Halifax, and then waits his ch&nce to cross the border with his contraband. Realizing this, the U. S. government has stationed reinforcements at all ports of entry on the boundary and the harvest tp the Treasury is daily beftm at Ottawa. Canadians, who'know ihejing richer. An insipector from \A"ash-Hahamas, say that the Islands would; inglon, who was here the other day, prove a most agreeable acquisition to said that Montreal was the base from week, looking after the seeding there.|Canada's family. .Mr. T. B. Macnuley, which the smugglers worked and that of .Montreal, who has spent many win- sometimes goods, either checked In lers HI .Vassau, describes them as the. trunks or shipped by express, travelled "fuliue Florida of Canada." He also tor miles up and down the boundary declares that there are fine business before they wore able to escape the opportunities offering and that Can- vigilance of his men and be transport-adlans who have Invested money there ed across. G. T. P, ENTRANCE AT CALGARY Calgary. March 2R.-The Grand Trunk plans of the entrance to the flty were approved by the city at a meeting this afternoon. The final plan shows a crossing of the Bow River a short distance above the C. P. R. track and terminal station at the barracks ground. Young and Old Are Attacked Everyone is liable tx) be attacked with PCJdney Trouble, young and old are seized. Pains in the back and aching Uinbs are sure signs of kidney trouble. Girls that ou�ht to be bright and lissome are languid and nervous. Women warry and suffer torments. Strong men do not escape the ravages of kidney trouble and disease. .Mrs. N. Good, of 70 Stada-eona. Moose Jaw. Sask., says: "I am pleased to state for the benefit of any person iiffering with painful back, that they will find Booth's Kidney Pills a most �scell9nt remedy, l suffered for moQtlia with a very weak back and vdra Dtins and aches in the kidneys, and Celt very, much depressed. There was also a swellir.e under my eye.'!. �WTiep I learned ol Booth's Kidney Pills, I procured a box, and found them t>e besi retack nnd hare reslored my health and I jiuw .lii'u.'ig and well. The Booth Guarantee Wit do uot giiarautee to ctire in ail DAses, but If you derive uu benntir uiii scents ar� aiUborized to refLind \uu your money. Boorh's Kidney l'lll� are sold by all druKgi-'>(ic or postpaid froo) The R. T. Booth to. i.'d . Fort Brie. Ont. Sold and guar-snteed by Jackiea ft Cope, IRON SPRINGS , DISCUSS FERRER TRIAL The ice has entirely gone out of the .Aladrid, .March 28.-The debate on Belly River, and travellers are con- the trial of Professor Ferrer, the foun-stantly coming to the ferry crossing, der of the modern school at Barcelona, thinking the ferry would be in and who was executed in October 1000, running, but have had to retire dis- opened in the chamber of deputies to-appointed, or go round. Almost ajda.v. and alti-acted unusual attention, week has gone since ine ice began to! I he proposal to discuss this trial was go, and the fenw is not in. Perhaps' made by the Republicans and accepl-the authorities ar�" hne benefit I have deriverl from the use have out his family from Lethbridge. I Burdock Bbnd Bitters. Ahiout a He tells us he has got four feet ofj year .i;;" I iieo.uue so weak and run good water In a well he has been sink-| -Inwn I cuuld scarcely walk, and pimples Ing this week. SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS  Simdlal, .March R. Baker, of the International ,H^r\osier Co., is spending a, week through the Sundial districc. 'I'he population of Sundial is increasing rapidly. Born to .Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Binder on Alarch 12, a bouncing bttby boy. Born to .Mr. and .Mrs, R. E. Wleat on .March Ifi, a baliy ^irl. Horn lo Mr. aiul .Mrs, Elmer .tones, on March lit, a Imby girl. iVIr. and Mrs. K. Cray of Optic, and Mr. and .Mrs. C. ('ouiuse and .Mr. and Alrs.'j;; Gray of Osakis, -Minn., spent Sunday March 1'', iii the home of .Mr. and -.Mi-s. B. G. Dutin. .Mrs. il. C. Olt and children went to I..ethbridgr on Thursday, where ihey will spend the suirimer after put-ting.six mouths on the homestead. Mr. Carl nprgninn rent lo Lelh-bridge on Thursilav nfiei' some ina-chihiBry,, and as soon as he returns,] he .will start fitriuiug. � K�;v passed on he holds services on Rindny. ;Mr. .John Gibson is on the sick list thla week. ,.MJhomas Knutson f)f Sweet Valley-, is spendinii � U'w days at tlie home of his mother, Mrs. S. Knutson. A. P. Rose made a business trip to Lethbridge on .Monday. "Cons'tk Craig s.'icnt the week in the Sweet Valley district, and while there attended the riaiue ai Sweet \'alley, and reported a \pv\ good time. .Mrs. C. K. Oseen and children visited at Ehgen last Thursday. Mrs. Gibson, of Turin, is imiiroving rapidly under the care of Dr. Woodcock. Walter Mathews made a business trip to Lethbridse last week. L.iterary on M.nr.h I'l; was -Reii attended, only the prpBidpnt was absent and Mr. Bennir Hanson tilled tlie chair and Geo. Ingram represented the chairman in the absence of .Mr. J^olk-land. Mr. and .Mrs. G. Dunn spent Saturday and Sunday with" friends at Optic. The Flanagen Bns. nre seen breaking in the circle with their steam outfit. Nelson Betakiin is again running his auto, lie msikes some Hying trips and iitts reached Sundial at an early hour. Kev. .McComb held � little entertainment at the Sundial school house but was unable to briug_ his magic lantern. His pony got away from him, and sorry to say that he has no other way of'getting around but walking. \\'e all hope he will he able to find his pony soon. C. y. Osun made a business trip lo Lethbridge on Thursday. .Messrs. Wright and Bi-ady passed through Sundial on their v.ay to SV'ortli W'cisls with their threshing rig. They e.xnect to thresh bis last year's grain. .Mr. and Mrs. \\'illiard and daughter Ruby visited at the home of C.K. lingen op Thursday. The. I'waites Bros, and sister Lizzie have returned from an extendeit trip througli Oiiiario, wliere they were visit in,!;. They were accompanied I'y their sister and brother-in-law, .Mr. and .virs. lioward Jordan. .Mi.ss Li'/zie Sanders visited Mrs. V\'illiard on Wednesday la.st. .Mrs. I-; Killenians' little hoy ha;l ihe misfortune of falling on a stick and cutlinf; a deep gash into his ne;;k liul we hone the little one will >e-CO', er safely, Mr. G. L. Cackel is working for C. I\. Kiigeii. A. Hihlinger is improving rapidly after ihe misfortune of dislo'-aiins his sliouldcr some time ago. .Mr. II. l/ivertson is again to be .^eon on his lionipstead. Grandpa Hanson is on the si.-k list this week. .VI r, Cnnion is busy riiscins Mr. I'oimii's lipid. .1. W. F:ii'ley made a business irip to Bowvillc after some machinery, which be iiurcliasrd from I.. Wilson. Mr. l.iicLwood, who has been siay-ins Hi ibc borne of K. Sanriers while Uiokiiia Hfier the range stock, has^ lone I'l C^iuppnstown. DISTRTCTTOWS 1 COULD NOT LIVE" WITHOUT "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Writes The Treasvrer Of Caledonia Township Fhuachvale, Onv.. Jan. ^gth, 1910. For Ihirty-tive years (and I am now a man over seventy) I have been a terrible sufferer from Constipation". No matter what remedy or physician I employed, the result was always the same -iuipo.ssible to get a cure. .\bout two years ago, I read the testimonial of Hon, John Costigan regarding "Fruit-a-tivcs" and I decided to give this fruit medicine ,-\ trial. I have used "Fruit-a-tives" ever since. They are the first and only medicine that suitfii my case. If it were not for "Fruit-a-tives", I am satisfied' that I ,. ,, , could not live." JAMES PROUDFOOT. iSmall building,-formerly used for stor-Thc liver controls the bowels by '"g doors and windows to J. H. Rand. WHITLA NBW8 Mr. Gosselin is building a house and stable on his place just north of Whit-la. He has a fine field of 160 acres ready for wheaL La grippe is quite common amongst !the people these days, P. H. Coleman and family moved out to their farm the past week, and are having a porch huijt on the front of their house. W. 0. Canglll made a business trip to "Medicine Hat the past week. R. C. Barnett has .returned from Spokane, and reports having spent a very pleasant winter. George Grunetl arrived from Ken-ma re last week with a car of immigrant movables. A. Ashton made a business tt'ip to Seven Persons on Thursday last. The Citizens Lumber Co. sold giving up enough bile to make the IiowpIb move. The only possible v,ay to cure constipation is to make the liver P apcl causes the bowels to move regularly and naturally, joc. a hot, 6 for^3.5o, trial size, 2-,c- .\t dea.ers, or from Fruit-a-lives Limited, Ottawa. Hill, spent u few days last week with their sister, .Mrs. Walter Matthews, and took in the grand masked ball. G. S. .Main is out doing duties on his horaesioad again. He never falls to come back on time. rhe teacher that was engaged to teach our school failed to reach Sundial. .lames GrifTlth has been hunting for his horse last week which strayed some lime ago in a storm. .Miss Alma Spencer of Gold Tlldge, spent a few days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and .Mrs. David Matthews. We have had fine weather the past week, and everybody is busy getting j their ground ready and sowing their ' crops. Catholic services were held at L. F. Sanders' restaurant on Sunday morning. .lesse Nelson has been a little Indisposed the past week. D. Ferguson, representing the North West Life Assurance Co., called at V.'hitla one dav last week. Harry Campion returned from Rochester, Minn., 'where he spent the winter. He also brought two friends a-long with him. A. K. McNeil, of the W. R. Brock Co., of l^algary, was in town the past week, showing his dry goods and furnishings. H. F. Ensign sold a team the past, week lo J. C. Clausen for the neat sum of $300. Al Ensign has about completed the sowing of .50 acres of wheat for S. S. Richardson. ZamBiik Will Qtiiekiy The aproacb of Spring ^tlnrfi*f people with unsightly ^ face:; eruptions, bolls, etc. .In:,iithl�j tlon Zam Buk i� ' inviluAblej' ^ lustration ofithe w�y'In!which it; even the mdst serious chroalc.4 eruptions, sores and ulceri,^ vided by Mr R. H.;'B�ker,g9f | cairn, Ont., He wiltM: - "I never could have baUfvtd^ any remedy could cure so''quieklrl at the same time cOiiieffMaTflf | Zam-Buk cured me. My ta��-M|l be covered with a kind otk a.i.-i which itched and lrrlUt�dt ^|rUB|| then turned to sores, which (Mich freely and began toiiirMdi^ '|; tried one thing than anothcWibut _ ing seemed to, do menmoh^fwi^ the eruption got worse Mtfi,�0rM^i my face was just covered with ing ores. ii-'"'^'C''li"S"''ji "Apsirt fi^oni the piiilB fwhieS''*^ vhy bad), my face,w�^j�uWrjtffl rible sight that 1 *ai Soi^M.''im out. This was my state wh�ii.jM one advised me to .try.| got a supply and within a'^ could see that the sor�i;.> w�i healing. A llltle longer, Buk had faeal^'them'cbniplt I my skin was as clear as.lf I^^ had � sore. We shall never without Zam-Buk In the haua�:f&^ Zam-Buk is unoquallfd JtojiiiJ rashes, eruptions, rInf*onai|;* children's sore�, iealp'dl�eaae^ ses, eetema, tMtter,'pllta, cuta/^ bruiialir and akiii injiirlea All druggists and ator^s � a box, or post free fromi2 _ Toronto, for price. Rafuie|*i| 'Imititions, rAm-Buk ;8oai�;'!?^ may be had from any droggljitjM a tablet, sho.uld be used^:i9Btp ordinary soap In all casea of ef;uflj and akin dtiWiieis,' has jolnisd the ranks of the ba_, and brought his wife with him.-' is what we like to see. John Adair had the misfortune to!. ^ lose about �21S, but has found lUfi of ,^ iL It is to be hoped he will recover ^ ,>��ck Mr and SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweei \"alley, March 21.-Phil Baw-den, from Barons, stopped in this vicinity overnight, on his way to Brooks, lie is selling the ".New Success" kitchen cabinet. T. Coivin is laid up In bed with acute rheumatism. Mr. Shii'ley Is working in the fields. Others would be, if thoy bad the feed, but are waiting lor Ihe car of oats to come. .Mrs. .lay Rickilt and Alta Holden called on iMrs. Baughman one afternoon. rtob Alexander, of Kinnondale. passed through here on his way to Barons on business. Dr. Woodcock was called to see Mr. Seabeck, who is In very had condition with tt'hat is known as barber's itch. He also called al .Mr. Baugh-man's. Miss Engen accompanied him on 'tis trip, .Mr. and .Mrs. Dufty called on .Mr. and Mrs. Rickitf last Sunday. Mr. Patrick and family moved to Champion this week. ('iydo Holden visited at .Mr. Cox's at Kinnondale a few days this week. Th Sweet Valley School District has been advertised. \^ bojie to see the lost lak'- mbwa building soon under construction. I lost uakc news Mrs. Holden and Patrick visited Mrs' '^ews from Lost Lake has-been Rose Rickitt last Monday afternoon. Pretty .scarce lately owing to the death Miss Paulson is visiting Esther Wit- "f o'H' 'ate postmaster. A. C. Jaycock, ting this week. '"'t It Is very much on the map just Wesley Runiing was out to hisi'^^c sati^' ant" conditions here just ranch for a few lioiis last \V,;dnes- "o'^' "^^^^ a'l 'eel very optimistic (lay fegarding the crops for this season. Wni. .MacPhersnn s.pent Thur ratti this sprint' While the waa$i Cupldvgot very busy and Bh!B|jt^ .Mrs. ivlng. This la aad nawa;:;for^ bachelors, and her cheery Bmll�*J* You Can Get FREE a 50c. Bottle of Psychine (Si-Keen) Because we want you to know this wonderful remedy as we know It \ Do you know another sueh sweeping And Psychine builds these white him the reguliir retail price) 'for proposition as ours? corpuscles because of certain medical aO-wnt bottle of Tsychine to be;fiT Did you ever hear of anyone offer- herbs it coniaias, nature's true remedy, you free of con.  �'.: s;,,,...... ........ I ing to prove anv curative preparation Which science now knows will .do -We will uodouhtedly buy and d (� !:-^� i You yourself are to he the sole judge Our m.ilerlalE come from the ends of ^^^l** ^� J5u �nr3?r'^n?"nTe?a I of all we claim for Psychine. the earth. - confldence in this wonderful jirepa aspnt ( Fi'oni Another Correspondent! Siirin.E ii.iK arrived at last and many of o:ir fnrpiprs have taken advantage of il iind are cetting ready fnr seeding. .MJAp l,;icn made a business irip to Leililiridgp last week. (ip 1. .\. Logan was oier west of Carmanpay for a load of seed wheat lilSI '.vpek. Ceo .\ Logan made a trin lo Taber .Mondav for 11 load of oats. W lule cnniing home from Bowville last 'I'hursday with a load of hay. .Mr. l-inlhnser had the misfortune 10 dislo-c';itp his arm. David Mathews made a iiiu lo Taller ilip firsi of the week. The masked ball given al Grifliih's i.iiMi .III last Friday night was a grand iiiHii.v comical fat-cs lieiiis Its beneficial effect alone will tell They are compounded in one of the ynu. n-ithout prejudice, withou: any finest laboratories, in apparatus that A coBfldenee that has been hawd--eelf-inieresi from any source. is costly iu the extreme. thirty years' experience wlthtL l! shows our confidence-this plan But costly and all as it is we know f/eadId preparation, with a full kno'^ -does it not? what it will do. hence the reason of �f hundreds of thousands Ve: our confidence to us is not our buying a ,iO-cent bottle from your '' made. phenomenal, not out of the way. druggist and giving it you, free. ----------....................____ ' \or would our confidence seem ex- >'ow if you have any of these all-traordinary to you wfre you In our ments, fill out the coupon and mail ft place, and were you to know the things to us to-day. SLAP AT CIVIC REFORM IN MOI'JTREAL -Montresi, .Maiidi 2.S.- E.ii-Aia Laval-en got his 1)1(1 seal hack tiidav, dtifeat ins. Aid. Duhpaii. who was unseated by a lechnicallty. after sitting at thei council for a whole year, J broke imt all iiver my face. I iiieJ one |.-,i|.cf..sa lliiug after another, but nolhiiig seemed jt-r-i^in. to du lue uny good, i v.-as advisoJ b)'a ; i-at ii. iiiuuii tneeiinas evcrv in=t lady friend to try B.B.B.. and befoie 1 'oiul tbiij Saturday of bad used oue bottle I felt it was doing 'seven iwl.M.k id SonJinl riiii.jui h.juie me good so I iioa:i three bniiles, and T :i iiiu now well 1111,1 strong, and ihe piiujiles Imve all ilir.:ip|.i>Krt'ii." Burdock Blood Bitters is manufaciiireci only by The T Milburn Co., Limited, 'Toronto, Ont. -nirancp to eflfect of Psyihinr-. l*"!!! oil' the coupon i ,. , . , . tfif body, when they're strong enough below, mail it 'p us and we'll give your ! \Mlter and Jesse Davis of .S-mny In sufficient numbers. druggist an order (for which we pay i of Pfiyehlne (proooiinced fll-keea) � Tour e�peiii>e. I have not h�d bnlUo of Payehine u?i��r this jna* Kindly adviMi my amiftot to this bottle 10me. � -j My Xame.......................... Tuwii................................'v^'*;'*' Streetasd Number............... My Druggirts JTaae...............,viw.?-i Street and XniBbct............,'5'.'^ --Ituimc be sent iji-wo width,, 1 he iOc. hottio of I>iycbine from' driiggisr '  � ........ you. T any Lime wiisoui notice. Hena coapoori? .... _._J 'mm ;