Tyrone Herald in Tyrone, Pennsylvania
9 Jul 1903

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9 Jul 1903

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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - July 09, 1903, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaThe Tyrone Herald published every thursday from Herald building Comer Pennsylvania Avenue and Herald Street Tyrone a subscription Price per year in Advance Tyrone sizing mount kii1ibs Emory Mcafee Aud Sou of storms town were very pleasant visitors at the Home of the formers sister Cox Oil sunday mrs j s miss Delia u stubs Hutchison miss Maruti Tuirner the Bunch of the great Cole miss Mary gent has gone to Boston to spend part of her summer vacation Howard Rumberger a civil Engineer of Youngstown Ohio is spending a week with his grandmother mrs Sarah or Harriet Beck Aud Little daughter Virginia have returned from Harris Burg where mrs Beck has been taking treatment the past two months Walter e Cox is giving the German Baptist Brethren Church a new coat of pamrs Elisha Butler who has made her Home the last year at Colorado Springs col is spending some time with her Niece mrs Levi nearhoof miss Zula blk who has been a student at Juniata College the past year at Home for her summer vacation we Are glad to note that Ernest near Joof who was Hurt by a falling tree about three weeks ago is Able to throw his crutches William Miu Uick our energetic foun dry Roan is Busy Hunting up scrap Iron Soas to be ready to do a Rushink Busi Ness this Winter misses Lulu Pattou Florenc Hutchi Soa Lottie Chamberlain of warriors Mark miss Quill of Pittsburg and miss Kathryn Grant of Bethlehem were Tery pleasant guests of the misses near Hoof at the old Homestead farm last thursday Lawrence Wippo returned on monday from Philipsburg a Hera he had been 1 spending the fourth and mrs Charoy deters and children of Greenwood Furnace spent a few Days at this Hoiu of mrs1 beaters sister mrs Jshii quite a number of the Young men of our City spent the fourth in Aliu Oua George nearhoof and family mrs Flor nearhoof and children spent Sun Day at it pleasant misses Gertrude and Ida Houtzdale Are visitors in town mrs John Whippo is spending a week her sister at Philipsburg m w Chron sir now drives in his delivery Wagon a handsome Mac lied team of Sorrels this twin carries off the prize for nothing More Beautiful can be found in the Community or and mrs Theodore Moore and four children of Mills spent several Days at the1 Home of Levi near Hoof while walking along the track of the Pennsylvania Railroad guar the freight depot at Helle Toute lust before following is the official list of letters remaining us Claued for at the Tyrone Post office july 4thh not called for within two weeks they will be sent to the dead letter office to of Tui any of the letters personal application should be made by giving Date of list applicants for letters will please say they were advertised persons should invariably have All their mail addressed to Street and number thereby assuring prompt delivery by the carriers mail not so addressed is sometimes delayed on that account the regulations of the Post office department require that j cent be 3ouected upon each advertised letters called for and delivered persons who desire mail forwarded from the Tyrone Uffie to another office will kindly leave their address at the Postof Tine lift los miss no uric snively huh critic readout miss Kiili Vavor e b Thomas 0 j Rogers t Franklin a k Fuist Eddie Miles j b Davidson win Swauger k Tongue William h Green pm Philip William b1 Lytle Arnold be riels Leo Karus f pack Wolf Al Las 31 Colin f w Schmut Jno g Mccamant postmaster outlaw Broncos with Iron apr and Frank James historical wild West this season is believed to be composed of the most inherently vicious animals of their kind in the country of course the Small first selection of american Candi dates to be made next year examination not competitive amount of Riding they have to endure Only confirms them in their viciousness for each time jumps off the brute thinks him if master so in a very Little while they become forever unt Amable they will seen Here on thursday july oni Orrow during an electric storm on Friday last seven Heair of cattle were killed on the farm of John Winzig near port Matilda they were valuable cattle and a great loss to their owner a two year old Colt of John Kelly was killed at the same time fourth of july stat sucs As gathered so far show that 58 people were killed and nearly four thousand and Nve Hun dred were injured1 in the celebrations the country Over these Are not com plete figures at it would be next to impossible to include All but they will do to show that patriotism is not an a Nippy dream l m Eyer yesterday morning sold a calf to s h Scoffier the Washington in a Dot at on tuesday col George a Bayard Avenue meat Marker Man Winch shows 0 that town by local freight we for War Normark Valley a i i i 1 u w instantly killed tie was la j t Mali it i in diking o tue v is list Lii m the direction of the freight station and the train Cabin Foremost was entering the cd edit the colonel Bayard Baing somewhat hard of hearing Aid not hear the twin approaching and the Cabin struck him Aud knocked him 3own the train Thiu passed Over his Bodt badly Maui us it none of the had noticed him of the track col Bayard had resided at Bellefonte yearly All his he was kind hearted and full of humor he was a native of Indiana county and was 76 years he was a Brave Soldier of the civil War first he served As a private in company h of the second Jeu Sylvania three months regiment later he entered the service again As Sifain of company h u8th Pennsylva Nia infantry for bravery in Battle he Iii Stothe rank of major Aud at the and weighed 250 pounds it was three fourths shorthorn and one fourth Swiss or Eyer raises and or Couffer Bays Good Stock the following new books have added to the Tummy Library the word1 the conjuror House Darren the Yul res the Val Ley of decision pigs in clover1 Gordon Keith Golden fleece the Rose the mummers Wile the filigree Ball the of Murray Davenport his daughter first wee Macgreegor at Lakemont tuesday 43 Constable h l jobs of Aico oud was As i sting his daughter Helen to get on a crowded car the Moto Niau turned on the Power and the sudden lurch of the car threw the Constable Aud his daughter into the butter Aloag the track or Jones sustained a severe scram of the j will be based on requirements of Oxford University for a degree candidates must be Between 19 and 25 years of age new York july trustees of the will of Cecil Triodes have pre pared a memorandum for the information of College authorities and in tending candidates Lor Rhodes scholarships in the United states the first selection of scholars in Trio unite states under the bequest will be held Between february and May 1904 and the elected scholars will commence residence in october a qualifying examination be held in each state and territory or at Centre which can be easily reached this examination is not competitive but is intended to give Assurance that All candidates Are fully qualified to enter on a course of study at Oxford University it will therefore be based on the requirements for the first examination exacted by the University from each candidate for a de Gree the Rhodes scholars will be selected from candidates who have successfully passed this examination one scholar will be chosen for each state and territory to which scholar ships Are assigned the committees and universities making appointments will be furnished with a statement of the qualifications which or Rhodes desired in the hold ers of his scholarships and they will be asked in exercising their right of selection to comply As nearly As Cir Cuni stances will permit with the spirit of the testator wishes it Lias been decided that All scholars shall have reached at least the end of their soph Omore or second year work some recognized degree granting University or College of the United states schol ars must be unmarried must be Citi Zens of the United states and must be Between 19 and 23 years of age candidates May elect whether they will apply for the scholarship Oft a state in which they have acquired Elvo National qualification or for that of the state in which they have their Ordinary private domicile Home or Resi Dence they must be prepared to pre sent themselves for examination in the state they select no candidate May compete in More than one slate double tragedy in hotel Pittsburg lawyer shoots wife and himself at Washington a Washington a july b Young a member of the Allegheny county bar with an office at 43s fourth Avenue Pittsburg shot his wife and then committee the hotel Stegel Here the couple Carne Here and registered As Young and wife they had no risen yet at noon and when efforts to got in the room failed it was broken open and on the bed Lay the dead bodies of the couple they had on Only their night Robes two wounds were in the woman breast and one near the heart of or Young who still clutched the revolver in his hand no reason for the deed is known or Young was the son of tie Rev j Young of the presbyterian Church at Prosperity this county and is Well known Here he went through the philippine Campaign with the tenth regiment pahk two Doss of the War wis Breve Ted Lieut uni ivs colonel judge Beaver was the colonel i Back besides numerous bruises and his j of the regiment after the War he j daughter was also badly bruised and in the foundry business and suffered considerably from Shock i inputting Down Pasteur pavements j a Bok of iiginrlh1g dist saturday his wife Ami i Ine j struck the Steeple of the he was a member j so Aumsville lutheran Hurch Starun a e and of the destroyed the life is survived by sons and daughters of Gregg Post g a presbyterian Church of Bellemonte Tyrone fire patrol no j now owns a business Wagon that makes funny s run Down the spinal columns Structure the a Banksville people were hampered by a pack of water in fighting the Blaze in the lutheran Church when the Steeple started to Burn an attempt was Ishio i Ull guv Ujj disc the members of the company from made to tear Down the Structure with heavy ropes so As to save the building i this did not succeed and in a Short i time the auditorium was doomed the lire fighters managed to save the Furui tire but the rest of the property was Down every time the they be of it is a full pattern wholesale grocers truck Wagon built at York Parand furnished the company through j a hoffmans Carriage Stab the running gears the body is dark of Tyrone re pointed red and of High finish destroyed the loss being estimated at not far from the Structure was la Lac Wujs j As the patrol does j of Brick the Rev w l Remsberg is hauling for the Baye Gillam y the latter Are honoured by Havlu fides of the Hort of the bed ing the business Wauie of their company rvs Utoca on either Side of the bed which is n very artistic Pine of work perform by Emory Piper the name of the company is also neatly painted on scat support at the it is a very hand and substantial Wagon Aud Driver Wertz is As proud of it As his i of his handsome and splendidly text team of Bay horses Prince and Aland even the horses seem to realize the Happy change from the old Wagon for their step along the Brick paved str fists of Tyrone i now As proud As that of a Peacock in a barnyard pastor of the Church Charles m Schwab according to a Well known resident of Loretto has discovered that the atmosphere of the i idyllic Cambria county Mountain Vili lace this summer contains More moist tire than does the air Circum ambient j to sew York the phenomenon can not be explained but or Schwab it is i said has the evidence of his asthmatic i affection to buttress ins belief the f millionaire has a slight touch of asthma which so far this summer has been made worse instead of being ameliorated every time or Schwab visited his Mountain Home the steel magnate it i it said actually obtains Relief by fleeing i to new York from Loretto attempts criminal assault sweeter ind july s Wil Liams a White school teacher at tempted to criminally assault one of his pupils a girl named Beach 12 ears old when the girl told her Mother a crowd collected and went to the Homo of Williams threatening vengeance but the sheriff spirited him away and rushed him off to Marion he was removed from Marion trouble bras feared if he remained their Over night it is not Ukwu where Williams is concealed dog has symptoms of Smai Ipox Cleveland Ohio july dog be longing to a family that has been ill with smallpox is under observation at the flex edition Hospital he has symptoms of smallpox his hide being covered with Postules the Case is Nuite a rare one in medical prac Tice to satisfy himself As to whether logs Are sus Reptic o the disease the health will with other dogs and try to give them the disease the Experiment will be Gin in a few Days perms new professor of pathology Philadelphia july trustees of the University of Pennsylvania unanimously chose or Allen j Smith of the University of Texas to be pro fes Sorof pathology to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of professor Simon d Flexner who goes to the Rockefeller Institute for the study of bacteriology in new York or Smith i professor of pathology in the medi Cal department of the Texas University and is also Dean of the medical department found shot in his Wagon Hazleton a july s Andrew Hildock aged 36 of Freeland treasurer of the Pennsylvania slovak Catholic Union was found dead in his Butcher Wagon As the horse attached to the vehicle came into the i Iris of the town from Sandy stun there was c Bullet Holbein Hudock Temple and Evolor was found along the Roadside the Coroner is making in investigation to determine whether Sludock Herl by his own hand or murdered i disaster at Jeannette a left scene of desolation and ruin the monetary loss is stories of thrilling rescues ars a scr on All from dead animals and clogged sewers a men Ace to health tean Nolte a jul own along the Brush Creek Valley in Oil of desolation and ruin from in sice of the broken dam at Oak Ioni Park to Wilde Rining taking in the towns of Jeannette Penn Larimer Greensburg Invin Burrell and Manor the awful Power of the Rushing water following the breaking of the dam is apparent on All sides the monetary loss by the flood will reach As follows at Jean at Penn at Irwi Iii the average pay Roll in Jeannette is and nearly every Plantin town Avill be suspended for 30 or 00days third six live were Rostand 20 bodies have been recovered Many Are foreigners and have not been ids Yury it about six years ago for the first time in my Lile had a Suud Yundu severe at tack of diarrhoea says Alice Miller of Texas j got temporary Relief but it came Back again Aud again Aud for six Long years 1 have suffered More misery and agony than i can Tel it was worse thai death my husband spent hundreds of dollars for physicians prescriptions and treatment without Avail finally we moved to Bosque county our present Home and one Day i happened to sen an advertisement of chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy with a testimonial of a Man who had been cured by it the Case was so similar to my own that 1 concluded to try the remedy the result was wonderful i could hardly realize that i was Well age Iii or believe it could be so after having suffered so Long but that Cue bottle of Medicine costing but a few cents cured me for Sale by j a open liver stories of thrilling rescues Are heard on All sides and Many acts of bravery Are reported the heroes being per sons who risked their lives to save others one Man whose name could not be Learned was seen by several persons making a Brave Effort to res Cue a woman presumably his wife just after the flood hit the waiting room the Man was in an apparently Safe position among some saplings in his struggles to get the woman he lost his hold and both were swept away with the torrent and probably lost Clyde Huffman of Jeannette is the hero of the disaster he was one of the throng about the Entrance when the dam burst and was a witness to the carrying away of the waiting Sta Tion fourteen persons had sought Refuge from the downpour of rain in a car that was standing in a siding it was not in the direct path of the Wall of water but had been completely encompassed by the flood and its occupants were unable to Wade through the torrents of water that swept by the car Huffman Sec Grid a rope and tossed it to each inmate of the car All were brought to Points of safety the calamity is the worst in the history of Westmoreland county and the thriving Glass town feels keenly the blow owing to the extreme hot weather the stench from the dead animals and from the clogged sewers is becoming a menace to the health of the Community and both Here and at Penn Sta Tion much Money will be required to place the town again in a sanitary condition of Usu stomach when the stomach is overloaded Wheir food is taken into it that fails to digest in decays and inflames the a Uucius membrane exposing the nerves and causes the glands to secret mucin instead of natural juices of digestion this is called Catarrh of the stomach for years i suffered with Catarrh of the stomach caused by indigestion Doc tors and medicines failed to Benefit me until Luse Skodol dyspepsia cure j r Rhea Copell Tex sold by g o Boecking a Hijji Cibij is always dangerous do not submit to die sur Trevous knife until you have tried Witts Wittiv Hazel Silve it wll when fails it has done this to thousands of cubes Here is one of to rain i suffered Frt i bleeding sind protruding piles for Twenty years was treated by different specialists and used Matiy remedies Bur obtained Lio Relief until used dewitts with Salve two boxes of this Rahv ii Riff me eighteen months ago and 1 have not had a touch of the piles a to Siule Suni Merton s c fur Blind bleeding itching and prof Uri i Jiff piles no remedy equals dewitts Witch Hassel Salve sold by g 0 Boer eng i is the capital surplus Aud profits that depositors of the Pittsburg Trust com Patio 223 fourth Avenue Pitts Burf a they pay 4 percent 011 savings and 2 per cent on checking accounts and accept deposits by mail to the experience of 0 a show co in obtaining More than 20000 patents for inventors has enabled them to help fully answer Many questions relating to the Protection of intellectual property this they have done in a pamphlet treat ing briefly of Tjui Ted states and foreign patents with Cost of same and How to procure them Trade Marks designs caveats infringements decisions in leading Patent cases Etc Etc this pamphlet will be sent free to anyone writing to c a Snow Washington d c to lure a Coul in one Liy take laxative Bromo quinine Tab lets All druggists refund the1 Money if it ails to cure e w Groves Sigma tire is on each Box 25 cents another Al halt suit general Greene and others to be sued to recover profits Trenton n x july Kirk Patrick in the United states circuit court made an order directing Henry Tatnall As receiver of the Asphalt company of America to bring suit against general Francis v Greene and others for the recovery of profits alleged to have been made by them in the reorganization of the Asphalt Syndicate among those who Are to be made defendants in the suit Are Wil Liam l Elkins William j Latta and a l Barber the order for the suit is based upon a report made to the court by receiver Tatnall it is charged by the receiver hatin one instance general Green and others by the Transfer of39975 shares of the Stock of the United Asphalt company to the Asphalt company of America made a profit of on a basis of the collateral Gold Zerti crates of the latter company received by them it is also alleged by the receiver that messes Green Barber and Elkins Mado a profit of by the trans Fer of Stock of the Warren Sharf As pliant company for Gold certificates of the Asphalt company of America there Are further charges in the receivers report to the effect that in the absorption of subsidiary plants by the Asphalt company of America Large profit were made by the promoters of the latter concern the receiver goes into considerable detail to show these profits thus made and by whom and Judsie Kirkpatrick in or Der that these allegations May be de upon judicially ordered the in Civ or to bring the matter before the court in the shape of a suit All the heal str Balsa us Virtues of the Norway Are con Centra Ltd in or Woods Norway Pine syrup own Remeny for Coli is act coins no Man or Wimus in the state will Shiv acid to a Wax vol if chamberlains stomach ant liver tablets after once Irving to Linin Tony always pm non a of the bowels proof Thi ind strengthen Liei digit Iii fur Viilu by j a Copen Havir Pur a Lazy liver Rry chamberlains stomach Auu liver tablets they invigorate the liver wid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent Billious attacks for Sale by j a copes Shaver cholera jail and 11111 this has Long been regarded As one of the most dangerous Aud fatal diseases co Are subject it can be cured however when properly treated All that is necessary is to give chamber Lains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy and Castor Oil As directed with each bottle and a cure is certain for Sale by j a copes Shaver for cold in tic Tieuli use Catarrh ointment one Jar cures 100 colds and costs Only g c boo King refunds 50 if you Are not pleased House leases at the Herald office to carom Date those who Are partial to the use of atomizers in applying liquids into the nasal passages for Catarrh troubles the proprietors prepare Elys liquid Cream Balm Price including tin spraying tube 75 cuts druggists or by a Neil the liquid embodies the inf the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly absorbed by the membrane and does not dry up the scorer Doug Bur changes them to a natural and healthy character Ely Brothers 56 Warren St list y mag aka Falls exc Kimons Vao Tanui trips via a Railroad the Pennsylvania Railroad company has selected the following dates for its popular ten Day excursions to Niagara Falls from Washington Aud Baltimore july 24 August 7 und 21 september 4 and is und october 2 and 16 on these dates the special train will leave Wanh ii ton in s a m Baltimore f 05 a in York io45 a m Harrisburg 11 40 a m Millersburg 12 20 p m Sudbury 13 58 p m Williamsport 2 80 p m lock 3 of p in Recovo Yoo p in Emporium tuntion 5 co p m arriving at Niagara fulls at 9 45 p m excursion tick its jo6d for return passage in any regular train exclusive of limited express trains within inn Days will be sold at so from washing ton and bul timor s9 35 from York from Littlestown 10 from Oxford up s9 801rorn con Mia 50 from Hamburg from Winchester a s7 so from Altoona 40 from Tyrone 45 from Belle Iunice p 10 from ridger was so 90 from sign Bury and Wilkes Birren 75 from and at rafts principal pin site a Stop Over allowed at Buffalo Witlin limit of ticket returning the special trains of Pui Linau parlor cars and Day coaches will be run with Eich excursion running through Kia Gara palls an extra charge will be made for parlor car seats an experienced tourist agent and Chaperon will accompany each excursion for descriptive pamphlet time of connecting trains and further information apply to nearest ticket agent or address Geo w Boyd general Passen Ger agent Broad Street station Phila i feel As if should Fly to pieces How often these Woras Aue Oua Runau ships they express to the utmost the nerve racked condition of the body which makes life a daily martyrdom if this condition had come suddenly it would have been unbearable but the transition was gradual a Little More dram each Day of the vitality any woman would be glad to be rid of such a condition every woman tries to be rid of it thousands of such women have been cured by or pierces treat ment with his favorite prescription when local doctors had tailed to cure favorite prescription contains no opium cocaine or other narcotic it was almost a Miracle Burdock blood bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out All Over my body i am very Gra Teml miss Julia file Edge West Cornwall Conn j a Copen Linver will Liny it1 Back you assume no when you buy Gluitz Berlas Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy j a Copenhaver will refund your Money if not satisfied after using it itis everywhere Arnitt Ted to be the most successful remedy m use for Bowel complaints and the Only one that never fails it is pleasant sate and a copes Shaver pain Benrus curs i instant Relief or i Thomas electric Oil at any drug store j Monarch Over sprains stings enforcing Pennsylvania factory Laws Wilkes Barre a to Iii 7 factory inspector Davis took from the silk throwing Mill company Plant in this City 20 girls and boys under 13 years of age nearly All who were sent Home had papers with then stating hat they were Over the age limit the superintendent of the Mill who came Here recently from new Jersey was not thoroughly acquainted with the Pennsylvania factory Laws inspector Davis says a it Imherr of justices of the peace Issue certificates without Clani ining baptismal records in the future his practice will b broken up Coal mine in flames Pottsville in july of the Kaska William Colliery at Kaska near lid Deport this county is aflame and owing to the breaking of the pipes of the air compressor men Are not Noble to approach the Point to fight the Lames the mine ignited from an explosion of dynamite the Kaska William Colliery is owned and operated by the Amman m Dodson Coal company of Bethlehem nourishment is the Loun Datum of health j Lite St Reugen Kodol dyspepsia j cure is one great Medicine Liat enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest assimilate and transform All foods into the kind of blood that nourishes the nerves and feeds the tissues Kodol lays the foundation for health mature does the rest indigestion dyspepsia and All disorders of the stomach and digestive organs Are cured by the use of Kodol sold by g c Boecking sure cure for files itching piles produce moisture and cause itching this form As Well As Blind bleeding or protruding piles Are cured by or Bosa Ukos pile remedy stops itching and bleeding absorbs to mors 50c a Jar at druggists or sent by mail treatise free write me about your Case or Bosanko Philada a for Sale by g h Garner Tual about it Critico take a Little Early will cure constipation billion Ness Aud liver troubles dewitts Little Early risers Are different from other pills they do not Gripe and break Down the mucous membranes of the stomach liver and bowels but cure by gently arousing the secretions and giving strength to these Organ sold by g c Boecking its Folly to suffer from that horrible plague of the night itching piles Loiuis ointment cures i sickly and permanently at any drug store 50 cents a Kii Inous Ufi Ruedy air sic the Cense of this complaint is not in the head at All it conies from the Stom Ach a stomach that has become clog ged up by Over eating1 drinking or abuse in any manner will warn you by bringing of sick headache cure the pains Aud distress in the stomach and the headache stops of itself All bilious attacks dyspepsia belching bad taste in the Mouth Muddy complexion and Yel Low eyes Are cured by this remedy it is called or a tutus improved liver pills and is sold by druggists All Over the u s for 25 cts per Box one Pill for a dose or we will Send them by mail on receipt of Price samples free address or Bosanko co Philadelphia a for ale by g h Garner druggist 5 try Golden dyspepsia cure at our sex cure pay g c Boecking caution this is not a gentle word but when you think How liable you Are not to Purchase the ouly remedy universally known Aud a remedy that has had the largest Sale of any Medicine in the world Anre 1sgs for the Cuic Piid unit Lieut of consumption and Throat Aud Luff troubles without losing its great popularity All these years you will be Rhau Kotul we called your attention to a Oicles German syrup there Are so Many Ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that Are cheap Aud Pond for Light holds perhaps but Tor cou2lt5 bronchitis croup Aud especially for consumption where there is difficult expert oration and coughing during the nights and mornings there is nothing like German syrup the 25 cent size has just been introduced this year regular size 75 cents at All druggists j a 2 o cures All else a Lis relieves Acorace Audia a week ask g c Boecking a letter from Litchi Felti Thomas Olaney of Litchfield neb wrote is a few Days ago about his experience with or gunns blood and nerve tonic As his Case May be Simi Lar to others it naturally would be of interest to them to know the result of his test he had been haunted for years with a gradual growing weakness until he was reduced to almost a Shadow his complexion was Sallow and pimply had dizzy and sinking spells with loss of memory and ambition always Felt tired and outdone suffered greatly with nervousness and Felt that his hearts action was weak his digestion was so poor that his system received no Nutriment he says he commenced the use of this tonic taking one Tablet Nett or each meal he did not notice inuit change after using he enjoyed his meals better still he kept on until he had used six boxes he used the last Box More than six months ago when he stopped the use of the tonic he weighed 28 ibs More than he did when he commenced he has not been sick a Day since and is Well in both mind and body or gunns blood and nerve tonic is the Best Medicine in the world for Pale weak or sickly women sold by All druggists for 75 cts per Box or sent by Mailo receipt of Price write us about your Case address or Bosanko co Philadelphia a for Sale by g h Garner

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