Image from page 45 of “Sketches of Monroe and Union County : together with general and individual characteristics of their people and a description of the natural resources and business enterprises” (1902)

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Image from page 45 of “Sketches of Monroe and Union County : together with general and individual characteristics of their people and a description of the natural resources and business enterprises” (1902)
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Title: Sketches of Monroe and Union County : together with general and individual characteristics of their people and a description of the natural resources and business enterprises
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Stack, Amos Morehead Beasley, Roland Fowler, 1871-1953
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Publisher: Charlotte, N.C. : News and Times Print
Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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RESIDFXCK OF K. F. BEASLEV. they ofier soil and climate that produce anything known to thetemperate zone; to all they offer a hearty welcoine and a helping-hand. In this book is told of juany of the things we have here.Many of those who have helped to make the town and occupvplaces of trust, respect and usefulness, are also s])oken of in thesepages. 40 (llAMr.!:iJ OF COMMKIICK. AFonroc lias an active Chamber of Commerce, of which ^Ir.W. S. Lee, one of our most cnterprisinj; husiiiess men, ispresident, Mr. J. E. Clark secretary, and Frank Armlield, Esq.,

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EPISCOPAL CHURCH. secretary-treasurer. The otlieers will gladly furnish any infor-mation recjardinor the town or countv. I :roxT]r)Ks autestax water. Xot the least among the attractions of Monroe is its unexcelledartesian water. It is not a panacea for (vcnj ill that afflictshnmanitv. It is not the Fountain of Life for which thousands 41 have so eagerly- souglit for centuries—a certain shield for •allthe evils that wait on mortal life, from pain and death forever-but It IS a most excellent remedy for indigestion, dyspepsia, allkinds of gastric and kidney troubles, rheumatism, lassitudedebility from overwork, that tired feeling that comes uponone when the season is changing from snow and ice into thebalmy sunshine and gentle breezes of spring; in fact, were weto state in this article how many cures have been made by this

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Image from page 651 of “The Street railway journal” (1884)
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Title: The Street railway journal
Year: 1884 (1880s)
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Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation
Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co.
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in cattle. This valuable Medicine is now used by the Principal Stables 1b the Country, by the U. S. and American Express Companies, and manyof the Street Car Companies. Try one bottle and you will be convinced of its value in your stable. Sold by all Druggists. PRICE per bottle. Discount to sards8 Wm. Somerville & Sons. Buffalo Horse Infirmary, 127 Erie st. Buffalo. N.Y. USE PROF. ROBERGES PATENT HOOF EXPANDER. Which Cures Corns, Contrac-tion, Quarter-Cracks, &c. It is the best invention for expanding a con-tracted foot, or keeping a sound foot in Its** natural shape. It Is used and approved by the leadinghorse owners of the Mew York Driving Park,such as liobert Bonner, Frank Work, and hundreds of other gentlemen of repute. in ordering, send diagram of foot, withprice. Same will be forwarded free by mail. F. P. ROBERCE, V1STE1J INAltY SIJKGEON, 1,741 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. tw Lloeral discount to th? trade. They are kept by all first-class llorseshoers,Sadille and Hardware men.

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Pmm W*± ■ Successor to • T ■ BUT KG, C. F. Dewick & Co., Manufacturer of Patent Steel Shoe CALKS, Blunt and Sharp. Welding Dies for Sharp, andHorse Shoers FootVises. 360 Dorchester Ave,, Boston, Mass. SEND l-OItCIRCULARS. For Sale by Iron, Steel and Heavy Hardware Dealers.

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Mars Needs Peptonoids 5
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"The Mars Gazette" is a booklet describing the journey of pitchman C. B. Hustler ("a social and convivial being") to the Red Planet. The Martians suffer from malnutrition and gastric problems, probably due to a diet that includes horse chestnuts, "sea-water soup," and "bee stingers rolled in sawdust." Dr. Hustler’s Liquid Peptonoids – a medical drink containing beef, milk, wheat, alcohol, and cocaine – is the natural cure.

These scans come from the fanzine "Fantasy Collector’s Annual – 1975," which describes the original as an "18-page booklet, measuring 7 x 4.75 inches" that was "trimmed unevenly to give the effect of having been scorched in a fire." Is this a genius turn-of-the-century ad campaign or an elaborate fan hoax? I have no clue. Either way, it’s a unique work of pataphysics.

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