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South Haven Messenger (Newspaper) - November 8, 1845, South Haven, MichiganIn two Peninsulas. Mews the happenings Michigan. In we it inv Union Mantl the women s hold their Annuel mat Encampment and Kle Etlou office a at Jackson. Union Veteran s Union. The annual Encampment the Union Veteran s Union department Michigan was held at Jackson mayor weather Wax. Extended the Freedom the City to the veterans and was followed by Hoq. James Donnell with an address. Commander Dong responded to the address with fitting words and was followed by mrs. Anna Harrington department president the w. V. It. U. At the evening campfire the veterans had a Holly time. Speeches were nude by Hon. Eugene 1 Ringle. Commander Dong Deputy commander Jacklin col. Meade and miss Marion Lyons. The following officers were chosen department commander James xxx. In mag grand rapids first Deputy Geo. F. Mead second Deputy r. Xxx. Jacklin Detroit surgeon general c. 11. Haakin Jackson chaplain c. R. Daria Camien judge advocate col. Up a.,.tietsort, Detroit assistant adjutant general col. Henry Gibson grand rapids. Resolutions were adopted advising that the pension department be taken out politics and placed under control the War de Crement advising that soldiers Homes placed under control a commission instead the War department sympathizing with the cuban patriots. The next Encampment will be held at grand rapids. The eighth annual Encampment the w. V. R. U. Held its sessions contemporaneously with the u. V. U. Mrs. Harrington delivered the annual address. New officers elected were department president Madaline Reynolds Jackson senior vice president Lydia s. Sprague Greenville Junior vice president Lottie Platt Ray City chaplain Anna Morrey Coldwater treasurer mrs. A. Hewitt Jackson Secretary Sarah j. Brown Jack conduct Ress let tie Kenyon Montrose inside guard Fanny Hogue Coldwater outside guard Lena Hartman Jackson installing officer Lucy Sheldon Styron. Smalley did Mot murder Powers. Officer have been steadily at work the c. Amp w. M. Train robbery at Fennville and As the result careful investigation at Brinton me rain Fennville and other Points some startling disclosures have been made. It is said that John Ambrose Smalley who was shot and killed by detectives at Mcbain really had nothing to do with the killing detective Powers the night after the robbery. A perfect Alibi has been undoubtedly proved and the officers admit it but it is just As certain that he planned the entire affair and thus had a guilty knowledge it. The startling fact however is the assertion made that Smalley has a double and it was he who shot Powers. For reasons Best known to themselves the officers think it Best not to disclose his name just now. The petition to gov. Rich to investigate the killing Smalley and signed by 35 names will be forwarded soon. Meanwhile the toils tightening about the double Smalley s and his Youthful companion and when they Are captured the entire plot will be Laid Bare. Peninsular state news. Forestville has been incorporated. Montcalm a court House now has electric lights. Cold water s High school will erect a Sod foot Flag staff. Frank Ingraham s Fine residence was burned at Hartford. Loss $9,000. James Metzler fell from a ladder at Eye Casba and was fatally injured. Several thousand dollars damage was done by Forest fires near so Joseph. It Cost Geo. Mumford $20 to shoot into a flock Quail near Kalamazoo. Mrs. Josie hard stepped in front a train at Quincy and was instantly killed. Osceola county has already issued Over 200 Hunters licenses this season. Jack Wartman aged 10, was arrested at Ludington for till tapping and barn burning. John Setterlund Harristown fell out his Wagon at Cadillac Aud Brok his neck. Fire in Waterloo township Ingham county burned Over 240 acres Tim her land Kalamazoo had a Day prayer and a very store and Saloon closed tight for one afternoon. Mary Kashnig a married woman aged 46 years suicide with rough rata at Detroit a portrait senator Mcmillan has been Hung in the Senate chamber at Henry Wilcox their Golden wed the state Cape Tol. Or. And mrs Adrian celebrated Ding anniversary. Wax Van Akins House an old landmark near Hudson has burned. Loss $s,000, not insured. The ninth annual reunion the Twenty eighth Michigan infantry was. Held at Kalamazoo. The sixteenth regiment Volunteer tata airy held their six Teeth annual re Utica at Plymouth. While going Down cellar with his Matthew Redic East Jordan Ieli and was shot dead. The Only schoolhouse in Hod us was burned with its contents and the Rig four depot was scorched. Report to the state Board health a How that diphtheria and typhoid fever Are the increase. Bowl Beatty struck Andrew Erick Ami the head and killed him in i a loan fight at Gladstone. A g. R. A 1 train killed Chav main Mey. A woodsman near Cadillac. He a beam drinking heavily. A patrol Wagon upset while going at Jim mid gait at Sagina and four police f afife ors were badly injured. If Eft f f v a a Rev. And mrs. Isaac Gray who live two Miles Northeast Ypsilanti Cele. Rated their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Ii. L. Roice. Librarian Eaton rapids. Was convicted violating the local option Law by Selling whisky in milk shakes. Jacob Moloski convicted criminally assaulting a Little girl near Gaylord. Has been sentenced to state prison for life. A a mrs. J. T. Truesdell Coldwater died from a fall Down the cellar stairs at the Home mrs. P. C. Ayres at Jackson. The new Zerrien county jail at St. Joseph is finished and the prisoners have been transferred from Zerrien Springs. Ray county will hold a special election nov. 29, to authorize the issuance $115,000 in Bonds to the indent Ness to the state. John k. Gall the Troy laundry my Clemens made a record by washing driving ironing and finishing a White Vest in 12 minutes. There is a move foot to hold the next Encampment the Michigan National guard the St. Clair River below the Oakland. J. E. Wheelock a Farmer near Richfield Centre has been arrested the charge Selling a cheese which made 12 his customers ill. The Michigan free will baptists met at Caro with Rev. J. D. Mccoll Ortonville in the chair and a. J. May Capac As Secretary. High society at Renton Harbor is in a ferment Oer a suit begun by Monroe n. Lord a retired minister and wealthy lady for slander. The wire drawing Mills the Osceola Tamarack Copper co., at Dollar Ray have resumed work with a full Force after a Long idleness. Conrad Frisch a Flicksville Farmer was run into by a m. C. Train. His buggy was wrecked and the horse killed but Frisch cannot be found. C. W. Dunn a Farmer near Adrian lost three horses a Quantity Grain and other contents his barn by fire. Loss $2,200 probably incendiary so. S. E. Rogers a Well known newspaper Man formerly Jackson has been sentenced to the Zerrien county jail for stealing an overcoat. Drink. Mrs. Sarah Knight aged go years was struck and instantly killed by the Lake Shore fast mail at Adrian. She was somewhat deaf and also mentally impaired. Two attempts were made to wreck f. It pc p. M. Trains near Evart Roth failed however As the ties which had been placed the tracks were discovered in time. F. W. Stocks Large Cooper shop at Hillsdale together with its contents and the tools 40 workmen were destroyed by fire. The total loss is about $3,500. We. Conant was arrested at Charlotte for the second offence violating the Luc adoption Law. Ann Fifield his housekeeper was also arrested for the same offence. Semeling Hall erected by g. Seme link Zeeland at a Cost $10,000 in memory his parents has been dedicated by the Western theological Seminary at Holland. A preceptor the Royal Lack knights the Camp Israel High degrees the Orange order was instituted at Saginaw with j. M. Lauker As sir Knight preceptor. The Champion mine proprietors have started to build another Crusher and will open another Shaft As soon As the water is out. They Are shipping about 150 tons Ore per Day. W. R. Porter and miss Lulu Smith were arrested at Charlevoix charged with living together As Man and wife. Porter has a wife and two children and formerly lived at Fennville. The flour handlers employed the a a soon docks at Gladstone struck for a raise 10 cents an hour but were forced to surrender because other men were soon found to do the work. The Albion milling co., the Michi Ein Central Railroad and . J. O. Ucker Albion Are All mixed up in a sensational fight Over the right Way for a Side track to the Mills. The first conviction under the new pure food Law was that . Halsey agent for the Aldine vinegar co., at East Tawas who sold an inferior article for cider vinegar. Fined $50. The opera House and one residence were destroyed by fire at a Den. Loss $1,250, no insurance. The whole town was in imminent danger Aud was saved Only by the heroic efforts citizens. William Savage an ironworker employed the new High school building at Detroit fell from the third floor to the basement go feet and received injuries which will prove fatal. Lluada Stonberg an unfortunate sved Shiriel. Pleaded guilty at scan Aba to to recharge having murdered her babe and was sentenced to one year in the Detroit House correction. Komi St fruit store in the heart the business Section Calumet was blown by some kind an explosion and the Brothers were arrested charged with arson to secure $1,000 insurance. A Lake Superior Iron co. Will resume operations at its Hematite mine at in a peeing which has been Idle for the past 10 Mouths. About 150 men will be employed. The Excelsior Furnace will go into blast at once. Two children John Conley aged 5 and 3, got hold a Box matches while still in bed and began playing with them at Manistee. The bed clothes were set fire and both children were smothered to death. Home weeks ago mrs. Harrison took three children and eloped from Durand with Geo. 11. Hyde. Their whereabouts have just been revealed by the fact that Tyde and the woman and one child Are very ill with typhoid fever in a Hovel at Ionia where they have become charges the town. Render son had a very disastrous fire. It started in r. F. Re Ven go a harness shop and before it was. Checked swept four business blocks Quot and one residence and burned property Worth $10,000. Rev. A c. Kishpaugh the m. E. Pastor during the fire fell from a ladder and was quite seriously Hurt. The tire was incendiary. The Henry Smith paper Mill at Tecumseh came very near going up a smoke but Good work by the fire department saved the Mill after a Large Quantity baled Straw and a shed had been burned at a loss $1,500. Drink made such a brute Limmer. Rhodes at Benton Harbor that he drove his wife and Little ones out in a heavy storm and then threatened the officers when they went to arrest him. He was finally locked up however. Henry a. Mccaustland Saginaw jumped from the hotel Winslow Auburn n. Y., and killed himself lie was representative the Michigan Al Ohio Piaster co., which has Headquarters at grand rapids. While drilling a Well the farm mrs. R. Wall near Trumbull a station workmen struck a remarkable flow water which burst Forth to a height 10 feet. The water continues to Rush upward with a deafening Roar. While Riding a bicycle at full Speed through Galesburg. Will Vansickle Bedford lost control his wheel a Cross walk and was thrown upon his head with great violence. He was made unconscious but May recover. Mrs. Lucretia Morris Petoskey who has been visiting her brother Eli Greenfield in Riley township Clinton county was accidentally shot and killed by 1 Daugher. It was another Case a did no to know it was Phillip Wedemann a residence a the Ridge read near Lexington Burma to the ground together with the contents. His eight year old daughter has been missing since the fire and is supposed to have perished. Property loss $1.800. The creditors the defunct Central Michigan savings Bank at Lansing will try and find out who the wrecker the Bank is. The attorney general will investigate the failure and if he thinks it feasible will prosecute the alleged wrecker. The Large Steamer Centurion went hard ashore a reef at Isle Royale and 525 tons Copper Ore valued at $105,000, had to be thrown overboard followed by 1,000 tons flour before she could be floated. The Centurion was taken to Duluth but is badly damaged. De Robinson a Bellevue druggist indicted by the grand jury last Spring for alleged violation the local option Law in keeping liquors stored contrary to that Law was discharged by the circuit court jury. It was held that his druggist License permitted him to keep the liquors. Benjamin Johnson was attacked by a vicious Bull his Island just North the River Raisin near Monroe. And barely escaped death. The animal tossed him High in the air five six times and finally left him for dead with nearly every rib broken. He May recover. The sixtieth anniversary the wedding . And mrs. William Wortley at Ypsilanti was celebrated in a quiet Way the aged couple simply summoning their grandchildren whom there Are eight about them and enjoying the Day in this manner. Or. Wortley is 80 years age and his wife 79. Large manufacturers throughout the state Are protesting against the percentage riders placed upon the Michigan Standard fire insurance policies by the state commission claiming that these riders take the place the 80 per cent clause which was prohibited by the last legislature. A rehearing has been granted for nov. 12. A destructive Forest fire is raging South new Buffalo the flames leaping higher than the tree tops. People for Miles around Are fighting the fire to prevent the destruction their Homes. Five Hundred tons Hay have been consumed. The fires Are spreading rapidly and can Only be extinguished by continued and heavy rain. estimate can be made the loss. The War which has been waged with considerable fury almost the entire summer Between the Muskegon River booming co. And the log owners booming co. Came to an end. By the agreement the former company leases for 10 years to the log owners co. Both Banks the Muskegon River for a distance 14 Miles from its Mouth also All implements necessary for the floating Loga George Brown planned to the to he had been swindled out $198 and a Silver watch by a Young woman named Louise Johnson whom he had expected to marry. The girl was arrested later and tells a different Story. She says the Farmers name is Wiggins and that he induced her to go to Detroit with him to see the sights and that he gave her the Money his own free will the Sutherland pc Innis co. Has just closed a contract with the Munising co. For 35 acres land at Munising Bay Aud for the erection and putting into operation within one year three Large Mills which will employ at least 100 men each. They will manufacture All classes Timber both hard and soft Wood and Are to ship at least 30,000,000 feet per season. This company is one the largest and wealthiest in the world. Nov. Rich has appointed the following delegates to represent Michigan at the commercial travel Erst Congress to be held at Atlanta ga., commencing nov. 13 maj. R. W. Jacklin and Thomaa s. Mcgraw Detroit George f. Owen and l. M. Mills grand rapids Samuel Simons and Frederick Fox Saginaw Ezra l. Smith and e. P. Waldron so Johns a. F. Peake Jackson w. Richards Union City James f. 11 Annuel Lansing j. L. Root Vas Sar f. R. Streat Flint Vest pocket dinners capsules that contain essences solid foods. Of Imlay City com Dice Detroit that a Phi makes a Cap team beef comes in tablets and soap in Small capsules War department experiments with condensed goods. Oming generations will dispense with the Cook and the Kitchen. Beefsteak Are to be done away with vegetables will be a thing the past and a roast Turkey will be put up in a Small package no bigger than a Box cigarettes. Restaurants Are to disappear dinners will no longer be served and the time now wasted in eating will be saved for More useful purposes. All this is Likely to come about through the discoveries which the War department is now making in putting up Square meals that the Soldier can carry in his pocket. When the japanese soldiers marched into China each Man carried a Cartridge Belt and a dinner Belt. In the latter were stuffed capsules pills buttons and Small packages like cartridges which contain condensed foods various kinds. If the Soldier wants a cup Tea while the March he dropped a Button into a tin hot water. For dinner he could draw a Large variety meats for his food Belt. A capsule made the soup and a couple pills the fish always seasoned. For the roast he used a few slices beef which had been condensed under a thousand pressures into a plug like tobacco. Buttons various colors supplied All the vegetables a capsule made a pudding and another Button when dropped in hot water made a cup Strong Black Coffee. It was even reported that Cognac and whisky had been condensed into tablets. This system furnishing the marching Soldier with a Cartridge Belt that will make him Independent the commissariat is now being experimented upon by the United states government. The great question food supplies which so puzzled Gen. Grant and Gen. Lee has been solved. Huge Wagon trains flour and beef Quot the Hoof Are to be things the past. Armies in the future can Cut themselves off from their base supplies As they will carry their supplies with them. Their movements will not be impeded by droves cattle brought along for food for the i Tylle in the form Little tablets will repose in belts Knapsacks and Victory will not wait upon the Cook. The soldiers can even Dine while fighting. After putting a Cartridge in his gun the private can put a capsule roast beef in his Mouth. He can have beef Tea while charging the enemy Boston baked Beans during a pause in the Battle and a condensed mince pie in the very hour Victory. These Are some the Staples which governments Are now supplying to their men. But the benefits condensed food tablets can be extended to private citizens. Only a few men have the sense ta3te and gourmets who really enjoy a meal Are rare. It is estimated that every Man now wastes three hours a Day eating. After he has eaten a forgets All about Quot the pleasures the table Quot and Only remembers that an hour la gone. All this time can be saved. The food buttons and pills already contain every necessary element the Small Button labelled Quot a cup team is already sweetened. The Beefsteak Pilla contain the due amount Salt and Pepper. The soup capsule has All the condiments. From this it is but a step to put a whole dinner into one Small package. An Ordinary new York table do Hote dinner can he put up in a form no bigger than a pack cigarettes which will he sold for 25 cents and May be carried in the Vest pocket. This will embrace everything from the Oyster to the Coffee including the wine and the inevitable olives. Breakfast buttons will include Coffee and Rolls Oatmeal fruit and a Small chop Steak with perhaps vegetables. You will be Able to buy a dozen assorted lunches running from the simple Sandwich and Glass milk to the most elaborate hotel Waldorf spread. Jesse Coxey son the famous common Wealer has gone to Cuba to join the insurgents. Chrstopher Miller living near my Gilead o., shot his wife fatally then suicide by hanging. He had been adjudged insane but relatives kept him from going to an King Ash Antes has rejected the ultimatum great Britain to place Ash amputee under Protection the British. The King said he would fight before accepting. Commander Heyerman u. S. N., who was in command the famous Kear Sarre when she was wrecked Roncadori reef died an Atlantic Steamer Ahtie his Way to Dresden to visit his aged Mother. A paying Cas. That famous steer Case Penley is. Besse is now being tried for the third time at the supreme court in Auburn and it is estimated that a amp cd the litigants has expended already a matter about $400 in contesting Over the remains a Bullock Worth at his Best $120. Both Are wealthy men however and they Are in it for the principle the thing. On tuesday during recess a brother attorney came and speaking to the two opposing counsels who were sitting in the attorney s room said Quot Book out in there. Your clients Are having a talk together. If you done to watch out they will he settling that Case Between each attorney started in mock alarm and rushed into the court room. The joke lasted the rest the Forenoon. The first time the Case was tried the jury disagreed. The second time the verdict was for the plaintiff hut the Law court set aside the verdict and now they Are trying for the Best two out three not including the dead heat Lewiston journal. They bought Saloon. Or Pavoll study. She loves the sciences they say her style is Prim and Colley and when it comes to bargain Day she most affects buy ology. A washing ten Star. The mesas it Ulm a goals. Are hav new Chi urea. New Yort Flea after Many years Effort he methodists Union course l. I., have succeeded in raising funds sufficient to build a suitable House worship and a cozy Little Structure is now nearly completed. Perhaps there is no place in this neighbourhood where there has been More wickedness at least from the methodist Point View than in this Village. The famous Union race course from which the Village derives its name was in its Day the greatest gambling Center in the neighbourhood new York City. It was there that Many the present Day Kings the turf made their first successful bets and where Many old time famous horses won their first races. Of course that was All Long ago. The race track has disappeared under pretty Villas and Busy stores hut this change took to uie and it was years before there were enough methodists to organize a Church society. When such an organization finally did get into existence it started in to fight wickedness in a decidedly novel manner. There was in the Village a particularly objectionable liquor Saloon which had survived from the old race track Days and which was the resort had characters. One enthusiastic member the new Church society suggested that its first work should be to get rid the objectionable Saloon keeper. Quot How can we do it a he was asked Quot buy him out a was the answer. A two need a building and i will give $500 toward securing the this struck everybody As a Good plan and so the say Oon keeper was bought out and his Den iniquity converted into a House worship. In that building the Church society grew stronger and stronger and recently the plan for the new building was perfected and the Money raised. The society still worships in the old Saloon. By what seemed an intervention Providence the building recently narrowly escaped destruction. It was right in the path the terrible Cyclone which swept through the Village the afternoon saturday july 13. All the buildings in the immediate Vicinity were wrecked injured. A shed at one end the Church was carried a Quarter a mile and a tree at the other end was pulled out by the roots. The Church building itself was uninjured but next morning when the members the congregation gathered at the Church they found that the wind sweeping under the doors had torn up the carpet and some the pews and piled them in a promiscuous Heap in the Center the room. This seemed like a providential hint that it was time for the congregation to move. They held service but sunday july 28, they Laid the Corner atone the new Church building. The new Structure will seat when finished about 400 persons. It la unpretentious being built in the Queen Anne style architecture. The Interior will be finished in natural Wood. The windows Are to be Cathedral Glass. The Church will be dedicated next month. The Kiddjr englishman. It has Long been recognized at least by the caricaturist that John Bull has a stolid mind grooming behind an exceedingly Rubicon visage. The same High authority race Type depicts brother Jonathan with a shrewd spirit peering Forth from drawn and Parchment coloured features. The humorist the Quill gives a rough and ready explanation this difference by calling John Bull a beef eater. Now the first thing an american traveler notice in England is that the beef is not so Good As that to which he has been accustomed and is scarcely to be called the National dish. He soon learns to make the excellent English Mutton his Staple Viand. Meanwhile however his belief in the Rud Diness the English complexion is strengthened by observation and if he has Ever had the pleasure becoming familiar with the features the colonial fathers As they Shine the Canvas Copley and Gilbert Stuart he Recognises that our ancestors were far More nearly related in temperament than we to the typical briton. The englishman s explanation this a bitter Beer the one Side and pie for breakfast the other is scarcely More satisfactory than beef eating hypothesis. One is forced to the opinion that the difference superficially attributable to social conditions la fundamentally based upon climate. Labor notes. A co operative Cotton Mill will be started in Columbia s. C. The Clear makers International Union issued two new Charters last month. The order 6� railway Teleg Raphers favors the federation All Railroad organisations. The Union manufacturers the Green Glass Industry have agreed to Advance the wages employees 5 per cent window Glass manufacturers Pittsburgh pa., and Vicinity have organised a Quot Selling Agency with a capital $25,000,000. The National strike tailors to equalise conditions in other clothing markets with those which exist la new York is now under Chicago a Alton shops in Bloomington iu., began operation this month for a nine hour schedule for the first Jame in two years. The garment workers strike in Boston is practically Over. Fully two thirds the employers have granted the terms the strikers. Ferry what Luck did you have fishing Hargreaves got a bigger Load than i could carry Home. Quot fish a a Cincinnati enquirer. May lag son Man in name. Mary signifies Quot exalted a Martha signifies Anne Anna Hannah and probably Nandy Are from the same source and signify Quot kind a Ellen originally Helen the latin being Helena and the French Helene a the meaning being according to some a alluring a and according to others Quot one who Jane signifies the same As Sarah Quot a Princess and the morning Susan a a Illy a Rebecca Quot plump a Lucy Quot brightness aspect a Louisa Louise Quot one who protects a Frances Fanny Quot Frank free a Catharine a pure Chaste a Caroline and Charlotte a Queens a Sophia a Wisdom Emma Quot tender a Margaret Quot a Pearl a Daisy a Elizabeth and Elua Quot True a Julia Jullette and Julietta Quot soft haired a Agnes Quot Chaste a Amelia and Amy Quot beloved a Clara Quot Clear Bright a Eleanor Quot All faithful a Gertrude Quot All truth Quot Grace Quot favor a Laura Quot a Laurel a Matilda a a Noble Brave maid a Phoebe Quot Light life a Amanda Quot amiable a Isabel Quot True and Loving Quot Pauline Quot Little one a Olive Quot peace a Edith the combination would t work. Willie Garvin was always a Good fellow and in due course time he got married As a Good fellow should. He acquired his growth Long ago not so with his family. Whenever he mikes his census returns he changes the figures. Up to a year ago he had accumulated Quot one Little two Little three Little Garvins a three Beautiful Blooming sons. Each time without exception it was a boy. Being a school teacher and not wishing to get Rusty in his addition multiplication etc., he occasionally adds one to the list. The last addition came recently. A Friend at once telegraphed Quot Call him Lazarus scriptural authority the lord said a Lazarus Comei a the answer went Back Quot suggestion Good but combination wont work. The fourth boy is a _ a a Atlanta and the so nth. The Chicago and Eastern Illinois r. R. Will during the time the exposition at Atlanta sept. 18, to dec. 81, 1895, offer exceptionally Fine service Between Chicago and the South. A Low rate ticket will be sold and through cars run to All Southern Points. This la 55 Miles the shortest route to Atlanta Chattanooga and the South. For guide to Atlanta and the exposition address c. W. Humphrey Northwestern passenger agent St. Paul. Minn., City ticket office no. 230 Clark St., Chicago. Charlea l. Stone general passenger agent. Chicago. Her Doulon. Quot could i Only read the she nervously played with the fragile fan while the color alternately deepened and faded upon her Cheek. Quot the for an instant her eyes met the eyes the Man who stood waiting for her to speak. Quot i have decided a she said and it seemed that a great peace had taken Possession her soul. Quot make it chocolate with lots then she laughed lightly As one who had never known a my Joy hoods Sarsaparilla overcame the effect the grip cured me dyspepsia am nervous prostration. I treat with three differ ent doctors with out realizing re Lief. I resort to hoods Sarsa Perilla and abort in my appetite was improve and my rest a not so much broken at night get Ting up in the morning greatly refreshed. After taking three Bot ties Hood Sarsaparilla i a feel As entirely cured and today feel As Well a Ever in my life a r. B. Song Moxa Ken sett Arkansas. Out hoods because hoods Sarsaparilla is the Only True blood purifier prominently in the Public Eye. $1 six for $6 prepared Only by c. I. Hood a co. Apothecaries Lowell ms�?., u. 8. pills pc the great kidney liver a bladder cum. A4�rmh�?, Tau. Adric Epsy a St it a . Kilmer co. Binghamton n. Worlds pair i prescribed by physicians relied in hospitals depended by nue endorsed bythe press the Best prepared food i want a any turf Elf

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