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THE IOLA REGISTER.
HSGI8TKR, ESTABMtnXD 18G8.
UOURAKT, KsTABLtamn 1881
KLBMORE KAQLE, KlTABLllttXD 1890.
8AVONUURO. PROQRK88. KlTABMIIIlD 1891.
Iola, Allen County, Kansas, Friday, Atjg-ust 8, 1902.
vol. xxxvi No. 38
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i Editorial Notes
If tho Democrats aro going to be
consistent, lot them endorse- that las
Colonel Bryan went yachting last
Sunday. Mr. Bryan's tastes aro be
coming simpler all tho time.
Tin: hot winds havo como too late
this year to got top-of-column, next-to-puro-readlng
Did you ever (notice that tho man
who novor makes any mlstakos usual
ly has little tlmo for anything else?
One of tho issues which tho Demo
crats havo been compollod to pack
away In mothballs Is Senator Hanna.
Ui to dato tho Kansas man whore
coivod a gift from Prlnco Henry has
succeeded in concealing his Identity.
Tin: Fltzslraraons-Jeliries fight was
nofako, that Is certain. Fitzslmmons,
whoso character Is worth S100,000,
Tub Kansas City World Is trying
to Btir up tho old soldiers against tho
Republican party. The World Is as
funny as ovor.
That Oyster Bay correspondent has j
tho sympathy of Will White. Senator'
I'lalt wouldn't stand lor ins story,
Ui' to tho hour of going to press the
Democratic party was not submerged
with issues and was not asking to bo
Tin: Iowa Republicans wanted to
got well up towards tho front of tho
procosslon. Tho convontlon declared
for President Roosevelt In 1004.
Tin: Michigan Democrats will also
confino their campaign to state
questions. What a big load tho stato
issues havo got to carry this year!
' The Lawrenco Jelfersonlan Gazetto
says that Senator Tapp is an all
round d. f. for loavlng tho Populist
party. Now what is a d. f.V Some
thing nice, wo know.
"Explanations I havo not mado
and dates I havo not kopt," by W. U.
Craddock, Is the tltlo of a forthcom
ing volumo for which that gentleman
is now gathering exhaustivo data.
Perhaps Mr.Craddook feels that it
is less humiliating to bo accused of
being afraid to meet Mr. Balloy than
to experience tho embarrassmen
which such a meeting would bo sur
Tin: Democrats and Populists of tho
Fourth district havo nominated a man
by tho name of Thomas Groshall for
congress. It would bo Interesting to
know what tho gontlemau thinks ho
took tho nomination for.
"1 1'ituPEK tho honor of being a pri
vate citizen as an honor greater than
that of King." W. J. Bryan at
Mountain Lako Park, Maryland.
Mr. Bryan should not bo so funny
whllo tho weather is so warm.
Thk valued Kansas City Journal
suggests that all of tho candidates for
tho United States Senato in Kansas
go away from tho stato until after tho
election is over. Tho Journal's sense
of humor is most abnormally devel
oped. It now dovolops that there is ono
woak spot in tho immigration law ro
uently enacted by Congross. Tho
framors of tho measure forgot to in
sert a Dick Croker provision. Ho is
coming back und thore is no way to
Senator Platt was very guarded
in his donial of that intorvlow. Ho
did not deny that tho New York dele
gation would bo for Boosovolt. Ho
denied that ho had said it would bo
for Roosovolt. Tho lnforonco is that
tho dologation may still ho for Rooso
volt if it wants to.
Tin: Prosidont probably will bo
glad when ha gots back to tho Whlto
House. If a man has got to work any
way, ho would rathor do It In a work
shop, where ho Isn't reminded overy
hour in tho day of tho pleasant tlmo
ho might havo if ho wero oil on a va
W. II. Ciiaddooic, Domooratlo nomi
nee for governor, says ho has novcr
voted a straight tlckot and novor will,
Mr. Craddock owos it to tho voters to
ay frankly what, in his pplnlon, is
tho troublo with tho present Demo
cratic ticket. Tho voters havo their
own Ideas about tho matter, but they
would doubtloss appreciate a tip from
a man who must bo in possession of
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So tho Democrats will mako the
tariff an issue. It was a Dcmoratic
tariff in 1804 that converted a Demo
cratic majority of 100 In Congress
into a Republican majority of 140. It
is becoming moro and moro apparent
that tho Democratic partylgolng to be
is swamped wlthlissucs.
Tliu Kansas City World prints a
Topoka dispatch which says that it
looks bad for Congressman Long,
and that tho election of Vornon J
Roso, fusion nominco for Congress,
is practically assured. It was tho in
tention of I Bob Buggies to elect the
remainder of tho congressional dele
gation, but just at this point his pipe
Mk. Baii.ey Is unkind enough to
inquiro vhy Candldato Craddock, in
his comparison of tho taxes paid by
Missouri and Kansas railroads, was
careful to compare inferior short lines
in Kansas with tho main lines in Mis
souri. Mr. Balloy has also been un
feeling onough to discover that tho
railroads in Republican Kansas aro
taxed much moro heavily than the
railroads of Democratic Missouri.
Every tlmo ono of Mr. Craddock's
arguments Is stopped on by tho op
position it Hies up and hits tho gentle
man In tho face.
Tho Republican party never fol
hotter in its llfo, thank you.
Promises fulfilled; pledges kept in
violate. A clean, business stato administra
tion; an able, patriotic national ad
Patriotism and progress, as op
posed to scuttlo and scold.
Tho Hag Hying.
All of.thcsethlngs aro tho proper sub
ject of felicitation. Now, as over, tho
record of tho Republican party con
stitutes its strongest appeal to the
Atchison Globo: That Kansas City,
Kan., man who wants to bo Governor
reminds us of a young man In love.
Ho makes so many promises.
UK IS, TOO.
Wichita Eaglo: As soon asa sol
dier arrives from tho Philippines, Ills
llrst desire is to rush off to Roosovclt
and toll him all about it. Every mili
tary man believes that Roosovolt is a
man who will understand.
Wichita Eagle: A Cincinnati col
lego professor says ho hopes to rpo
tho day when Shakespeare will bo for
gotten. Ho says that Shakospearo's
works aro unfit. Only a few foolish
things havo now been left unsaid.
Kansas City Journal: A crying
baby in Now York was heard ovor
tho tolephono in Atlanta. This was
much moro interesting than hearing
it in tho next Hat.
Lawrenco Journal: Senator Harris
says ho novcr said thoro was no hopo
of his re olectlon. But just tho same
Sonator Harris knows thero is no
HOW COULD IT?
Kunsas city journal
Tho Nobraska carthquako did not
shako tho conlldenco of that stato In
Bryanism. Thero wasn't any of it
left to shako.
WHERE WAS PIERl'.V
John Rockefeller has combined with
tho LondonRothschllds on loll. The
only strange thing about it is that J.
Plcrpont Morgan did not manipulate
NODOUIU' OF IT.
Washington Post: CarlSchurz and
his colleagues have so much oxcluslvo
information concerning affairs In tho
Philippines that wo aro disposed to
suspect considerable of it Is home
Tho Democrats of Michigan found
out that Judgo Durand was away on a
a llshtng trip and took advantagoof
his absoncoto nomlnato hi in for gov
ernor. It is just shameful tho trlulcB
the democrats aro playing this year to
got mon on their tickots.
Mr. Bryan says that tho Iowa Re
publican platform will ultimately
woakon tho party. Tho troublo with
what Mr. Bryan says Is that ho has
never boon known to dellvor tho
TIME TO STOP
President Schurman, of Cornell Uni
versity, who was tho prosidont of tho
first Phtlipplno commision, dollvered
an uddrcss at Chatauqua,lN. Y., tho
other day which ought to command
tho houghtful attention of tho country
President Schurman bollovcs It Is limo
to stop tho Phlllpplno agitation. In
his speech ho dwelt at somo length
upon questions associated with tho
acquirement of tho Islands, tho atti
tude of natives and tho methods of tho
military. Ho declares these things to
bo matters of itho past. Tho Philip
pine question, lio,sald,;was no longer
u political issuo.
Coming from a man who has from
tho beginning espoused tho views of
tho anti-imperialists, and who has
consistently opposed tho acquisition
of the islands by tho United States,
what ho says is of moro than passing
"Tno Philippine question has pass
ed into a now stage," said he, in his
speech dt Chatauqua, "though tho
publll seem unaware of It. Certain
mutters of great interest in tho past
havo now been definitely eliminated.
It is Idlo now to discuss tho wisdom
or the unwisdom of our accoptaneo of
Spain's cession of sovereignty over
tho archipelago. Tho fact of our sov
ereignty is indisputably established
both by tho forco of tho treaty and tho
forco of arms. I was ono of those
who advocated leaving tho archipel
ago In tho enfeobled grasp of Spain;
but tho American people who mado
war on Spain for the emancipation of
Cuba would not consent."
Touching on tho conduct of Ameri
can soldiers In tho Philippines, Presi
dent Schurman frankly admits that
tho provocation of tho soldiers was
very groat, whllo in no wife apologiz
ing for tho isolated instances of cruel
ty reported. Ho says that tho tenden
cy to repay tho barbarities practiced
by tho ,enemy was "fostered by tho
hardships of the Phllippino campulgn.
tho intolerable climate, the elusive
tactics and tho atrocious pructico of
somo of tho insurgents." Ho further
declares that "tho American army as
a whole clung to Its ancient discipline
and maintained its untarnished hon
or," and that only "horo and thero an
olllccr succumbed." Comparo these
statements with tho attacks of certain
Democratic senutors made on the
lloor of tho Senato of tho United
States no longer ago than last spring.
And Schurman is an anti-imperialist,
Prosident Schurman pays this lino
tribute to President Roosevelt and his
action in connection with tho alleged
atrocities committed by tho army:
"President Roosovolt," said lie, "as
commander-in-chief of tho army, de
cided that all tho facts should bo for
warded to him, with nojattempt to con
ceal anything or to spare anybody,
and after an exhaustivo and judicial
Investigation ho has executed tlio mor
al Indignation of the nation by tho
condign punishment of tho principal
otfender. Nor has Gen. Challeo fallen
behind his commander-in-chief In his
revision of llndlngs of the courts
martial in Manila. Tho total result is
that tho honor of tho nation Is satis
fled, the good name of tho army vin
dicated, and tho watchfulness of the
public rowarded, whllo tho chargo of
cruelty on the purt of American of
fleers against th6 Filipinos disappears
as a political issue."
Prosident Schurman summed up tho
situation in theso words:
"I certainly am satisfied with the
action of tho Prosident and Congross
In regard to Phlllpplno atlatrs.
Everything I asked for tho Filipino in
my Boston speoch of January last,
which was severely critcised by Im
perialists, has beon granted to thorn,
with tho exception of gradually in
creasing homo rulo culminating in in
dopendonco .vhon tho Filipinos desired
and wore fit for indepondenco, which
by tho very terms of tho proposition,
shows itself a matter not for tho pros
ent, but for tho future."
This is not tho view of a partisan,
but tho calm, deliberate judgment of
ono of America's foremost mon, who
has studied tho question in all its
relations, and who, although ho has
disagreed with tho Republican policy
Is now willing to concedo that tho
Republican administration has han
dled tho situation in a masterful
way, and along broad and patriotic
It is almost superfluous to invito
tho attention of tho Domocrats to tho
uttorancos of Prosident Schurman,
Thoy realize only too woll that for
them tho Philippines as a political
issue is dead. Thoy aro not trying to
Inject any of It into this ".campaign,
and their judgment is to bo com
mended. Thoy aro trying hard to for
got '.ho Philippines, because thoy
know from bitter oxperlonco' tho tern
por of tho Araorican people. Tho pity
of it is that thoy could not havo real
ized that tho issuo was dead last win
ter, boforo tho American urmy was
mado tho targot of Domocratio invec
tive and slander. How stalo and un
profitable theso lntomperato attack
appoar at this distance And how the
speeches aro coming back to haunt
REPUBLICAN TEXT HOOK.
Tho Republican text book for tho
campaign of 1002 has mado its appear
unco and it is an Interesting docu
ment. It contains 400 pages. It has
been compiled, of course, for tho uso
of orators who may tako tho stump in
bohalf of tho Republican cause, and
will provo to bo an invaluablo adjunct
to tho expounder of Republican doc
trine It has been prepared under tho
direction of tho Republican National
Congressional committee, and tho
commlttco vouchos for its absolute
rollabilltv In theso words: "It is bo
llovcd to contain reliable statements
of facts and olllclal data regarding
party policies and acts of administra
tion dictated by theso policies. Tho
Congressional commlttco has sought
to mako tho matter hero presented To
llable beyond controversy, and has
gono to tho olllclal records that thoso
who uso It may state tho facts "
It may bo Interesting and instruc
tive to review tho principal features
of this important publication.
Tho koynotooftho book Is this utter
anco of tho lato President McKlnloy:
"You do not havo to guoss what tho
Republican party will do. Tho world
knows its purposos. It has embodied
them in law aud oxecuted thcra in ad
ministration." Tho topics most exhaustively dis
cussed aro protection and prosperity,
trusts, tho Philippines, tho gold stand
ard ,nd tho Isthmian canal, although
thoro aro minor chapters dovotedtotbe
repeal of the war taxes, tho Cuban ro
publlc, morchant marino, rural free
delivery, Irrigation, pensions and tho
business record of tho Flfty-soventh
Congross. In view of tho alleged
Democratic antipathy toward trusts,
it may bo well to quoto tho toxt book
on tho anti-tru9t act now on tho statute
hooks. It makes this interesting com
ment: "This (tho anti-trust law) was drawn
by Senators Sherman and Edmunds
and introduced by the formor. In tho
Houso Its passage was secured by
William MsKinloy against an attempt
to have it sldetrackod in behalf of a
bill for tho freo coinage of sllvor,
which received tho vote of every Dem
ocratic member with ono oxcoptlon.
So it may bo said that tho law was
placed upon thestatuto books overthc
united opposition of tho Democratic
party as represented in tho House,"
Hero is somo more comment along
tho same line:
"Tho attltudo of tho two groat
parties on tho trust question Is clear
ly dollned. That of tho Democratic
party looks to constant agitation,
with no restrictive legislation; that of
tho Republican party to such restric
tion as will provent arbltary advance
In pricos or reduction in wages
through oxcluslvo control, but not tho
destruction by legislation or Injury
by fictitious agitation of legltimato
enterprise through groat manufactur
ing systoms by which production Is
choaponod, prices of manufactures
reducr'.d, aud permanency of employ
Tho record of tho Domocrats, as
shown by tho toxt book, Is failure to
do anything either In tho Fiftieth or
Fifty-second congresses, when thoy
wero In the majority, although tho
question was considered. "In 1894,"
says tho book, "thoy again grappled
with tho trust problem, adding to tho
Wilson-Gorman tariff bill a series of
provisions purporting to authorlzo
tho rogulation of trusts, but which
uolther tho Democratic president nor
tho Democratic olllclals who wero in
power when tho act carao into oxlst
once mado, so far as Is shown, any
attempt to put into oporation." Tho
book shows that tho record of tho Re
publican party on this question is con
sistent, porforraanco following pro
fession. A chaptor on prosporlty and pro
tcctlon abounds in ilgures showing
tho restoration of good times under
Ropubllcau policies and legislation.
Somo spaco is also devoted to show
ing what tho Republican party has
dono for labor. "This is conclusive
ovldonce," comments tho toxt book,
"that it is not tho Demoeratio party
which is tho worklngman's friend,
Actions spoalc loudor than words."
Much space Is given to tlio Philip
pines. There is a groat deal about
the conduct of tho array, tho Domo
cratio opposition to the American
soldiers, tho situation as rovoaled bo
foro tho Senato Commlttco on tho
Philippines and tho present Incapac
ity of tho Filipino to onjoy full Inde
pondenco. "That tho Phlllpplno question is a
troublesome ono no ono has over do
nled," says tho toxt book. "Prosi
dont McKlnloy so recognized it, and
ho hesltatod long boforo he decided
that tho whole archipelago should be
ceded to this government. Tho ques
tion was nbt doolded in tho light of
coramoroial advantago or territorial
m . - -
expansion. It was decided In con
science as to tlio duty of this govern
ment toward tho people In tho Philip
pines who had rovolted against Spain
and our responsibility to tho other
civilized governments of tho world,"
Tho book says that no other acquisi
tion of territory has been ho quickly
provided wlthclvll government as the
Thoro is an interesting chapter on
Democratic harmony. It comprises
tho speeches of ex-President Clove
land, William J. Bryan and Henry
Wattorson, which aro quoted to show
that instead of harmonizing, tho Dem
ocrats aro quarreling among them
solves. "Thoso thrco speeches," says
tho text book, "aro raro and vuluablo
contributions to tho political litera
ture of the present tlmo. They form a
uniquo chapter In Democratic harmony."
KANSAS CLIPS AND COMMENTS
Anthony boasts a band of llfty
piece. Thoso who havo heard tho din
wonder It doesn't My Into a thousand.
Atchison Globe: Thero aro spots In
summor on your lnsldeswhlch nothing
in tho world can roach but a glass of
A Parsons man recently declared
that "tho mon seem to havo all tho
best of It on earth and I expect they'll
have It In hell, too."
A twenty-live pound son was born
to a young woman at Beloit. "Some
aro born groat," somo achieve and
somo havo it thrust upon them,
August 0 is tho now dato for Ed
ward's coronation, and if Bill Whlto
Is polng to roriort the doings ho'd
hotter begin roping his shoo box.
Parsons Sun: Tho story that tho
Nobraska man who eloped with his
mother In-law has sought tho protec
tion of the pollco sounds plausible.
A man out at Logan, Kan., has a
trotting steor that ho says can go a
milo in 2:50. Beef has been showing
great bursts of speed going up , but
this is tho rccoid on tho level.
J. A. Knight, of Ba.ino, Kansas,
bent f.'tO to an Indiana woman In an
swer to a matrimonial advertisement
und expected her to como out and
marry him. Ho failed to get tho
woman or tho fifty.
Toast to tho chipper from tho To
peka Capital: Hero's to tho chigger
that grows no bigger than tho point of
a very lino pin; but the bump that ho
raises burns liko blazes and that's
whero tho rub begins.
Wichita Eagle: "I wonder," said
July, "what I can do next to surprise
Kansas. Oh, yes, I've got It." And
then in tlio middle of July, on a Sun
day, a north wind, cool, refreshing,
blow for twonty-four hours.
Evelyn Baldwin, tho Kansan who
went after tho North polo, has ro
turned to civilization. Ho didn't find
tho polo, hut loft provisions scattered
along the routo to it. 'Tweio better
had ho drilled a row of gas wolls.
Wichita will havo a special pollco
ollieer this winter to hunt up truant
urchins and street Arabs and seo that
they go to school. At tho present rato
tho American youth will soon havo
no rights whatovor which his seniors
are bound to respoct.
Ottawa Herald: Tho dispatches
stato that Richard Croker's Ylpsllantl
has won a prize cup at London. Tho
only Ylpsllantl know in these parts is
a brand of undorwear, and tho opin
ion is bound to provall that Mr Crok
er ought to bo ashamed of himself.
In the Santa Fo wreck near Rich
mond on tho Southern Kansas recent
ly soveral cars wero ditched. As tlio
trainmen watched tho wreck a hobo
rolled out, felt himself over and
started hobbling down tho truck. A
trainman pitied his dejocted stato and
asked him to wait as an oxtra engine
would soon draw tho train into Gar
nott. "Rldo, hell!" ho said, "d'yeh
think a gont novor knows whon 'os bad
Tho county commissioners did not
formally accept tho abutments built
at tlio Martin's ford bridge over Deor
Creok, but thoy did about tho same
thing, making a paymont on the
m t. .
Somo Facts Regarding Its Rapid In
Appendicitis among Americans Is
certainly increasing and whllo this Is
probably duo to tho excitement and
worry of American business llfo, It is
moro often directly traceablo to con
stipation. Appendicitis is caused by
extranoous matter entering tho vonnl
forma ppendlx and not by tho swallow
ing of seeds. If dlgestlvo organs are
kopt In perfect condition so tho food
Is duly asslmulatod and tho bowols
raovo gently, at loust onco a day, ap
pendicitis will novor develop. Don't
tako chancos. Regular doses of Dr.
Caldwoll's Syrup Popsin boforo meals
will strongthon the organs of digestion
your appotlto will ho good, constipa
tion disappears and you feol bettor In
every way. Dr. Caldwoll's Syrup Pop
sin does cot relax tho bowols by Irri
tatlon, but by curing indigestion, tho
uauso of constipation. Chas, B.
Sponcer & Co. sell it in COo and $1.00
bottles, under a poslttva guarantee
Wrlto for book of testimonials to Pop
sin Syrup Co. Dopt. 5, Monticollo, 111
UEKE AND TJ1EKE
Born, Sunday August 3, to Mr. and
Mrs Claudo Peters, a son.
Mrs, Otto Ohlfcst, of Lallarpe,
passed through on her way to Cha
nuto. Mrs, Harkncss returned to her home
In Chanuto after a visit hero with her
daughter Mrs. C. G. Taylor.
Miss Ollvo LclTonwoll who has boon
here visiting her cousin Mrs. W. L.
Allison returned to her homo In Col
Tho probate court Monday issued a
license to William Arthur Johnson, of
Ottawa, and Mary Jones, of Hum
boldt. Both aro colored.
Wo aro now loaning monoy on
0 per cent straight, for 7 years with
optional payment; or C per cent with
small cash commission. Henderson
Miss Ollvo Hanklns finished her
vacation and resumed her placo in
Northrups today, Miss Mary Odoll
b'glnning her vacation at tho samo
Dr. Jones reports that Frances El
liot and Will Bird, who havo boen
seriously 111 for somo time, aro both
getting along nicely and will soon bo
Prof. Morris Patton returned to his
homo In Baldwin after a short visit in
Lallarpe. Ho has beon retair.ed as
superintendent of tho Lallarpe schools
again tho coming year.
Judgo and Mrs. J.' F. Thompson aro
homo from an oxtended visit in tho
east. Thoy had a long visit with rela
tives in Pennsylvania and on tlio way
homo had a delightful trip on tho
Mr. J. S. Irving, of Westfield, Now
Jersoy, is hero visiting his brother, S.
C. Irving. IIo is a promlncntlumber
man back east and has becomo qulto
fascinated by tho beauties of natural
Tho church of tho living God will
hold tholr annual camp meeting at
Neosho Falls, Kansas, August 7-17,
continuing over two Sundays. All
aro invited to attend. Services,
morning, afternoon and ovcnlng, at
10:00, 2:30 and 8:00
Tom McNoal and Albert Roid will
tackle tho Kansas magazine problem,
"Push" will bo tho namo of tho pub
lication and the first nurabor will bo
dated September. Tom McNoal Is tho
handiest newspaper writer In tho
stato and Roid is tho brightest car
toonist and artist in tho West.
Tho District convention of tho Y.
P. C. U., of tho U. B. church is in
session at Virgil this week and at
tracted qulto a number from horo.
Thoso who went today wero R. H.
Bennett and children, Rev. Gillette,
Earl Arnold, Maudo Adams, Lillle
Adams, Carrlo Gillette, Lettio Reno,
Holon Pollock, Ethol Vezle.
Dr. Coffman recently officiated at
the bringing into tho world of a baby
In tho south part of town. Lator tho
boy of tho family was taken into tho
room, shown tho baby and asked if
ho didn't consider tho red-faced,
wrinkled youngstor a beauty. Tho
boy jammed his hands down In his
pockets, gazed disgustedly at tho baby
and asked: "What rummage sale
did you get that kid at?"
Scott Tribune: R. A. Kellondor, of
Lallarpe, ono lot the two men who
woro shot by tho city marshal over
thoro on tho 4th of July. spent last
night in Fort Scott. Tho other man
who was shotl died. Mr Kellondor
was shot clear through tho body, tho
ball going in his left breast aud be
ing taken out at tho back, yot ho has
so far recovered that ho can bo about
almost at will, Hocamo horo to as
sist his sister in changing trains. The
marshal who shot him Is still doing
duty at Lallarpe, but is under a heavy
bond to answer to tho charge of murder.
Catarrh Cannot Ho Curoil
with local applications, as thoy can
not reach alio scat of tho deseaso Ca
tarrh is a blood or constitutional dls
soaso, and in order to euro it you must
tako internal rcmodlos. Hall'sCatarrh
Cure Is takon internally, and acts dl
roctly on tho blood and mucous sur
faces. Hall's catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was proscribed by
ono of tho host physicians In thlscounty
for years, and Is a rogularproscrlption
It is composed of tho best tonics
known, comblnod with host blood
purifiers, actlug directly on tho mu
cous surfacos. Tho perfect combina
tion of tlio two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful rosults in curing
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