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HEART AND HEAD.
Bh Do you think that thletlo
training Injures the heart T
The Professor No, Indeed. It Is
only when It causes a man to lose his
bead that It does any damage.
HIRAM CARPENTER'S WONDER
FUL CURE OF PSORIASIS.
1 1 have been afflicted for twenty
years with an obstinate Bkln disease,
called by some M. D.'s. psoriasis, and
others leprosy, commencing on my
scalp; and in splto of all I could dc
swlth the help of t$Jnstkllful doc
tors, It slowly but iiyjilil inli il un
til a year ago this winter it covered
my entire person In the form of dry
scales. For the last three years 1 have
been unable to do any labor, and
suffering Intensely all the time. Every
morning there would be nearly a dust
panful of scales taken from the sheet
on my bed, some of them half as large
as the envelope containing this letter.
In the latter part of winter my skin
commenced cracking open. I tried
everything, almost, that could be.
thought of, without any relief. The
12th of June I started West, in hopes
I could reach the Hot Springs. I
reached Detroit and was so low I
thought I should have to go to the
hospital, but finally got as far as Lan
sing, Mich., where I had a sister llv-
.ing. One Dr. treated me about
two weeks, but did me no good. All
thought I had but a short time to live.
I earnestly prayed to die. Cracked
through the skin all over my back,
across my ribs, arms, hands, limbs;
feet badly swollen; toe-nails came off;
finger-nails dead and hard as a bone;
hair dead, dry and lifeless as old
straw. O my God! how I did suffer.
I "My sister wouldn't give up; said,
TVe will try Cuticura.' Some was ap
plied to one hand and arm. Eurekal
there was relief; stopped the terrible
burning sensation from the word go.
They immediately got Cuticura Re
solvent, Ointment and Soap. I com
menced by taking Cuticura Resolvent
three time a day after meals; had a
bath once a day, water about blood
beat; used Cuticura Soap freely; ap
plied Cuticura Ointment morning and
evening. Result: returned to my
borne In Just six weeks from the time
I left, and my skin as smooth as this
sheet of paper. Hiram E. Carpenter,
Henderson, N. Y."
The above remarkable testimonial
was written January . 19, 1880, and Is
republished because of the perman
ency of the cure. Under date of April
22, 1910, Mr. Carpenter wrote from his
present home, 610 Walnut St. So.,
Lansing, Mich.: "I have never suf
fered a return of the psoriasis and al
though many years have passed I have
ot forgotten the terrible suffering I
endured before using the Cuticura
The Significant Wink.
"I think," said the weary stranger,
''that I'll go somewhere and take 40
The hack driver looked puzzled.
"What's the trouble?"
"I ' was wondering whether yon
wanted me to drive you to a hotel or
a drug store."
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"Do you always do a little more
than Is expected of you?"
."No, my boss always expects a lit
tle more than you can do.'1 -
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CHAMPION GOTCH MAY MEET "HACK"
f?AYX G07 CS
There Is a bare possibility after all
that Frank Gotch, retired wrestling
champion of the world, may reconsider
his intentions and sign articles to
meet Hackenschmidt In a flniHh bout
for the world's title. Before leaving
Chicago the other day for his home
In Iowa Gotch told some friends "not
for publication" that he might agree
to one more match If there was
enough money In sight, but before
doing so the Iowa farmer said Hack
would have to beat all good men In
this country, Including foreigners.
Three good American heavyweight
wrestlers are ready to work whenever
called upon. These are Jess Wester
guard, Ordemann and Charley Cutler.
Ordemann recently defeated Cutler at
Minneapolis, but It was not a satisfac
tory match, as Cutler sustained a bad-
DAVIS GIVES PLANS TO WIN
Team Which Sets Pace, Compels Other
Team to Give Ground and Is
Aggressive Is Winner.
BY GEORGE DAVIS.
(Copyright, 1910. by Joseph B. Bowles.)
Think quick, act quickly, claim
everything In sight and watch every
point. Run out every hit, take any
kind of chances on the bases, make
the other side throw.
That Is the way to win In baseball.
Plainly stated, the team which
forces the pace, compels the other
club to give ground, assumes the ag
gressive end of the game and throws
the other team on the defensive right
at the start Is the winner. The hus
tling, aggressive, pushing club, no mat
ter hpw much weaker than Its adver
saries, usually beats them.
Team work has been one of my pet
theories for many years. I think I
knew a good deal of Inside baseball
ly wrenched knre in the second fall
and had to give up after having beat
en Ordemann in the first fall.
' Three foreigners now In America
are all after the title held by Gotch.
There may be more than three, but so
far there are only three worth men
tioning, and even one of these may
as well be left out of the running.
Zbyszko was easy meat for the Iowan
In the final match Inst spring, and un
less he has Improved by a good meas
ure he would not be considered by the
Tho two real good foreigners are
Hackenschmidt and Mahmotit. One or
the other of these should get a chance
at the crown before they return to
their homes. Gotch Is quoted as say
ing that he considers Mahmout the
best of the lot.
a final selection is made. Of course
every man on a team knows what
pitcher Is likely to be effective against
certain teams. The study of the con
dition of the pitcher then becomes
extremely Important. He may have
been good in his last game, but gone
stale or stiff or lost some speed, or
tils curve. The manager or catcher
must study the man In preliminary
practice to discover If there has been
any such change. Then the other con
ditions must be taken Into considera
tion. And, after that Is all done, and
the manager has thought and worried
gray hairs Into his head, an umpire
may miscall one strike and turn the
entire game, which shows how much
any one really knows about how to
Q-Vlf " wV - VI- JI
and team work with other teams, but
I never realized fully the possibilities
of team work until I was with the
White Stockings. I am not claiming
any part of the credit, except that I
was able to work with two such gen
erals as Comlskey and Jones, and to
contribute what I knew, of the Inside
game to them In return for what I
learned. I do not think there ever
was a team as perfect in defensive
and aggressive team work as the
White Stockings were under Jones.
Our system of signals was perfect,
and besides that we bad men with
wonderfuly acute powers of observa
tion, and every one worked together.
One of the principal causes of vic
tory to a pennant winning team Is In
tbe selection of pitchers to work
against certain teams on oertaln days.
Tbe condition of the sky la studied,
the lights and shadows on the grounds,
the condition of the grounds and the
force and direction of, the .wind, before.
They sell the Boston National league
team almost every afternoon now in
That annual row of the Ice skaters
gives promise of coming along on
Packey McFarland insists that he Is
a lightweight still, but he doesn't care
to work at It Just yet.
Frank Gotch may have retired for
keeps, but there are a lot of wrestling
fans from Missouri who will have to
Eastern collegiate basket ball offi
cials want to let the referee decide
whether holding and blocking shall
constitute a personal foul.
If Tulatie university professors want
to be popular they should know by
this time how "Incontrovertlbly and
unanimously students regard foot
' Every year they come across with
a lot of changes to Increase tbe bat
ting. Tbe latest Is make It Impossible
for a manager to use more than two
pitchers In a game.
Cleveland baseball fans see a pen
nant In sight for the Naps next year,
according to reports from that city.
Jackson and Lajole In the outfield are
eipecUJt to bring It that way.
President Murphy of the Cubs Is
against any change In our baseball
code. Why shouldn't be be? The
Cubs could not bope to be more sue
cessful under a new set of rules.
The principal ambition of the heavy
weight fighters Beems to be not to bat
tle themselves, but to dig up a "white
man's bope" who can fight, or at
least make a noise like a champion.
Russell Ford, the spltball pitcher of
the New York Yankees, is clamoring
for more salary. Russell says base
ball players don't last long and they
should "get all out of it that is coming
to them while they are good." '
Major league baseball writers may
not have to spell Pecklnpaugb after
all next year. Owner Summers of the
Cleveland Naps Is about to complete
a deal to farm him to the Portland
team In the Pacific Coast league.
Artie Latham Is probably out of ma
jor league baseball. Manager McGraw
of the Giants has not sent a contract
to the clown of tbe game. He prob
ably figured that be had enough of
them on bis, staff without carrying an
A Detroit baseball writer has dug
Into the files and discovered that Ed.
Walsh fanned Larry Lajole on three
successive pitched balls . In 1908.
Thanks for the Information. Cleveland
writers never dig up such things ex
cept on Ty Cobb.
Wright brothers, Inventors of the
biplane flying machine, have started
suit against Gratiame White, the Eng
lishman, for Infringing upon their
"bird." Just because Moran was the
first man to knock out the original
Battler Is no reason why tbe English
men should want to cop everything.
Dr. Sargent, Harvard's great physi
cal expert, has discovered that men
are becoming more ladylike all the
time. Perhaps the clever "prof"
might make It more Interesting If be
pointed out some line of sporting en
deavor In which be baa noticed this
with distinctness. Certainly the
"taint" is not creeping Into football.
WOLGAST WILL FIGHT MORAN
Declares Englishman Will Be His
First Opponent When He Returns
Early, In the Spring.
In the following article, published
by tbe Chlcngo Tribune, Ad WolgaBt,
the most criticized pugilistic champion
In tbe ring today, attempts to answer
his critics and Incidentally tells what
his Intentions are In regard to Owen
Moran and the rest of the lightweights
who are clamoring at the champion
ship door for recognition:
I am a fighter, not a press Agent, but
I have been attacked so much and
roasted so generously that I believe
It Is up to me to tell the public a few
facts. All this talk about my alleged
loafing does not bother me a bit, for
when I get In shape I'll step out and
make all my critics take off their hats
And right here let me say that Mor
an will got the firBt chnnce. I held
him to a draw In New York when I
had never fought anybody but dub,
and had only been In the business a
year, so does It stand to reason that
I fear him now, when I have Improved
1,000 per cent, and he is the same
scrapper he was thre years ago? If
Moran wants to fight me right away,
why did he glen up for a three months'
tour on the stage? Not that I mean
that he fenrs me, but Just the same
when It comes time to fight see If I
am not prepared before he Is.
I have had two fights since I won
the title from Nelson last February,
and there has been an awful yell be
cause I have not boxed oftener. If
my "panning" friends would take time
to remember tbey would probably rec-
ollect that Nelson did not fight for six
months after bis first fight with Cans.
And no one roasted him.
In the first bout, that with Redmond
In Milwaukee, I broke a small bone in
my wrist. I know the accident has
been sneered at, but if any sporting
writer In the country doubts the seri
ousness of the injury I will show him
the signed affidavits of two of tbe
most prominent doctors of Milwaukee.
Stung by the criticism of a lot of Nel
son boosters, I took on a young fellow
at a small town In Wisconsin two
months later to see whether my arm
could stand the strain. It was a fool
ish venture, for I broke the bone In
the same place again. Had my arm
stood the strain I would have signed
to box Nelson In November, ns I had
ann junced Immediately after I wou
Just when I will be ready to fight
is a question. I have been doing some
light work with my bad arm, and it
Is coming along nicely. Naturally,
with a big fight in sight I wish to take
matters easily, and you can take it
from me that I will not enter the ring
again until I am absolutely certain
that the wing is O. K. When It gets
right, which I think will be In about a
month, I will be ready for any and all
of them. Fighting Is the way I make
my living, and the cost of living Is
I hear that Knockout Brown Is on
my trail. Who Is this Knockout per
son? I never heard of him until he
won from Tommy Murphy, and anyone
who cannot beat Tommy Murphy
ought to take to selling hair ribbons.
If Mr. Brown wants a fight he will
have to get a reputation first. Let him
fight Moran or Attell, or some one of
class, and If be beats them I will be
ready to talk to him.
There Is absolutely no chance of my
fighting Nelson unless the public
forces me Into It.
Just by way of closing, I beg the
public to wait Just a little wtllle. I
have had a long rest ana reel line a
bulldog. When ray arm get right.
the boxing followers of the country
will see all they want of tbe light
Kansas City Gams Nets $33,823. .
The receipts of the Kansas-Mls-Bourl
football game, held at Kansas
City Thanksgiving day, were the
largest ever taken In at any game
west of the Missouri river, amounting
to $33,823. Of this sura each team re
ceives $15,220. The total paid at
tendance was 16,672. Efforts are be
ing made to Induce the beads of tbe
two colleges to permit the. playing
of the annual- game there again next
No JAorm Challenges.
George Hackenschmldt's manager
says that in future the big Russian
will refuse to wrestle unless tbe tire
some custom of Introducing tbe chal
lengers from tbe stage on which he
works Is done away with. And patrons
of tbe game will applaud this stand,
for tbe practise has gone beyond all
Huge Turk Coming.
Cotrelly, weighing 810 pounds, one
of the sultan's giant Turk wrestlers. Is
crossing tbe big pond, to make all
other grapplers now inhabiting Chi
cago and other palaestra! centers look
like piece of copper. Mahmout, who
says he is now a thoroughbred Ameri
can, says be doe aot draw the color
Weekly Review of Trade and
R. G. Dun and Company Weekly
Review of Trade says:
Retail holiday trade Is brisk, but
conservatism prevails In wholesale
transactions, buyers .purchasing for
Immediate needs but displaying cau
tion about accumulating stocks for
future demands. Supplies In the
handB of distributors are therefore
generally light, and this fart, to
gether with the absence of specula
tive purchases, affords ground for
anticipating an expansion in demand
In the very near future. There Is a
wide difference of opinion ns to the
business outlook for 1911, and this
produces some hesitation, while the
end of the year Is usually a period of
slowing down and taking stock.
In Iron and steel thus are no Indi
cations that any significant change Is
Imminent. Structural steel makes
the most encouraging showing in
volume of new business received, yet
the margin of profit Is small berause
of the prevailing low prices on fabri
cated material. The tonnage of
structural work for the year, how
ever, equals the best previous record.
New York. Wheat Spot steady;
No. 2 red, 90 c elevator and fob
afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth, 118 '.4
Corn Spot firm; No. 2 new, 54 'jc
fob afloat. Futures Market was
without transactions,- closing un
changed to '4c advance. December
closed 55c; May, 5t!c.
Oats Spot Bteady. Futures
Market was without transactions,
closing c. lower to c higher. De
cember closed 38 'ic; Mav, 40; Julv,
Butter firm; receipts, 6,772 lbs;
creamery specials, 32a32,ac; extras,
Eggs Easier; receipts, 6,202
crates. Pennsylvania and nearby
hennery, white, fancy, 53a55c; do,
hennery brown, fancy, 44a45c.
Poultry Alive, steady. Western
chickens, 13a 14c; fowls, 14al5c; tur
keys, 11a 18c. Dressed quiet; West
ern chicks, 12 'al6 .c; fowls, 12a
17c; turkeys, 18a24c.
Philadelphia. Wheat Bteady; con
tract grade No. 2 red In export ele
vator, 91 c.
Corn Firm; December, 50 a
51 Uc; January, 49 aoO '4 c.
Oats Firm; No. 2 white natural,
Eggs lc lower; Pennsylvania and
other nearby firsts, f c, 37c at mark;
do, current receipts in returnable
cases, 35c at mark; Western firsts, f
c, 37 at mark; do, current receipts, f
c, 35 at mark.
Cheese Firm; Now York full
creams, fancy. September, 15 c;
do, October, 14al5c; do, fair to
good, 14al4 c.
Live Poultry Steady; fowls, 10a
13c; old roosters, 10c; spring chick
ens, lOa'c; durkB, 15a 16c; geese,
14al5c; turkeys, 20a21c.
Baltimore Wheat No. 2 red spot,
i)6c. One car same, 9594 c. Settling
prices were: No. 2 red Western,
9 6 Vic; contract, 9 6 Vic; No. 3 red,
J4V4c; steamer No. 2 red, 92VAc;
steamer No. 2 red Western, 92M-C
The closing was easier; siot. 954 c;
January, 96 Vic; February, 9Sc.
Corn Spot, 52c; year, 61 a
51 c; January, 60 c; February,
50c; March, 51c'
Oats No. 2 white, 38c; standard
white, 37 94 c; No. 3 white, 37 Vic; No
4, do, 37V4c
Rye No. 1 rye, Western, domestic,
3Sa90c; No. 2, do, 86a88c; No. 3, do,
S4a85c; No. 2, nearby, 80a81c; bag
.ots, nearby, as to quality, 78a80c.
Hay Timothy, No. 1, $20. 00a
20.50; No. 2, $19.00al9.60; No. 3,
J16.00al8.00; choice clover mixed,
tl8.50al9.00; No. 1 clover mixed,
$17. 50al8.tif, No, 2 clover mixed,
$14.00al6.50; No.' 1 clover, $16. 00a
16.50; No. 2 clover, $13.00al5.00.
Butter Creamery fancy, 31a32c;
choice, 28a29c; good, 26a27c; Imita
Cheese Per lb, for Jobbing lots,
Live Poultry Chickens Old
hens, heavy, per lb, 12c; old hens,
small to medium, per lb. Hall Vic;
young, choice, per lb, 12c; rough and
poor, per lb, 11c; old rooBters, per lb,
8a9c. Ducks Old, per lb, 12al3c;
young White Peklngs, per lb, 14c;
young Muscovy and mongrel, per lb,
13c; puddle, per lb, 13al4c. Geese
Nearby, pef lb, 13c; Western and
Southoin, per lb, 12al3c; Kent Isl
and, per lb, 15c. rigeons Young,
per pair, 20c; old, per pair, 20c.
Guinea Fowl Old, each, 25c; young,
1 Vi lb and over, 40; young, small,
Bach, 25. Turkeys Young, 8 lbs
and over, per lb, 20c; old toms, per
lb, 18c; rough and poor, per lb, 12
Pittsburg Cattle steady; supply
light. Choice, $6.10a6.26; prime,
Sheep Strong; supply light. Prime
wethers, $4.10a4.25; cull and com
mon, $2.003.00; lambs, $4.50a6.25;
veal calves, $8.509.00.
Hogs Active; receipts, 25 double
decks. Prime heavies, medium and
heavy Yorker, $7.857.90; light
Yorkers and pig, $8.00.
Kansas City. Mo. Cattle Steers,
10a higher; cow steady; dressed beet
and export steers, $5.507.00; fair to
good, $4.765.40; Western steers,
$4.265.50; stocker ' and feeder,
$4.005.40; Southern steer, $3. 80a
6.66;8outhern cow, $3.004.25; na
tive ctfws, $. $05.00 native heifer.
$3.905.60; bulls, $3.604.75; calves,
Hog Bulk of sales, $7. 65a
7.71 Vi; heavy, $7.707.76; packer
and butchers. $7.667.75; lights,
Eheop Lambs, $5.358.25; year
lings, $4.004.76; Western. $3.40.
BROKEN LIMBS ALSO.
Cured in One Day
Thinks He died of a broken heart.
Thinks No, dynamite.
Mrs. Roosevelt an Economist.
Mrs. Roosevelt Is said to hnvs kept
her gowns from one year to the next
and even tho third year, and yet was
always beautifully drrspef. The best
drensed woman In Ixindon is said to
bo Mrs. Keppel, who wears her gowns
more than one season, having them
mudo over for the second year, ns her
Income does not allow of a creut va
riety of gowns.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOIUA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over HO Years.
The Kind You Havo Always Bought
A Great Invention.
Vance 1 think Ferdle ranks with
Edison as an Inventor and benefactor
I.uella What did he Invent?
Vance Ho Invented n device to pr e
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iiwny In a stwong breeze. Scraps.
Mean of Her.
Mrs. Galey (back from the moun
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open house diuliiK my absence?
Galey (earnestly I I should siy I
didn't, Louise; why. there wasn't a
nlghl that I didn't lock the doors at
Mrs. Galey Yes? And where did
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It is often a shorter way, and more
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than for them to adjust themselves to
us. La Fontaine.
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As a rule few donr-a of Munynn'a
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I little fnmr pellc-M run be conveniently
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No harsher physic does mora
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Wo have no more right to consume
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It. G. Bernard Shaw.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Roothlnfr Ryrup for Children
teething, softens the iruuin, reduces Inflamma
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enable the dyspeptic ts eat whatever he
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The angeis are more likely to be
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W. N. U., BALTIMORE, NO. 53-1910.
Remedies are Needed
Were wo perfect, which we are not, medicines would
not often be needed. Hut since our systems have be
come weakened, impaired and broken down thrr.uh
indiscretions which have Cone on from the early ages,
through countless generations, remedies art needed to
aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise
scqtiired weaknesses. To reach the aeat of stomach
weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is
nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
-ri - .7--"u luiupuunu, cxiraotea irom native medic
inal roots-sold for over forty year, with great satisfaction to all users. For
Weak Stomach Ililiousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating,
Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal
derangements, the 'Discovery" is time-proven and most efficient remedy.
The genuine has on
YOU can't afford to aerrnt a
bolio, medicine op known composition, not even though tbe urgent deoler may
thereby make little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets e...l.. a u t:
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Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy.
Th Raro Lamp U a high grade lamp, told at a tow price.
Thr art lamps t hat rout nurt. hut ihrrr i no bMt-r lamp madr at mr
prlci. V!iBtrurtr.. t,( 1,1 bra..; nl. krl fitttl rlfan aa
urnumtii to anr rtiotit In an? hiiUM. 'I herr t- rnih'nif known Ut tti r
of lamp -timkmtf t It&l can mdi u t h rain u(lhrHAFi) Iiupai a iiirht.
If 1 T 1 "if rtfTlco. KTtTjr dt'alff vrhs-rtv If Out at four, wril tut
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ATLANTIC REFUSING COMPANY (Incorporated)
W. L. DOUGLAS
3.00 '3.50&4.00 SHOES S,
Bors- Shoes. 2.oo. 2.bo and 3.oo. Bist in tms
r nr : - . . . .
Tl,l...,...fli. ,.f fM, 1,1.1,,.
wlili-li apply principally to
aulrli'tttlirr.nnd the reduced
turtlt on solo leather, now
euuMea me to give the
wearer more value for his
money, bettor and longer
wearing $., $.'1.5( and U
shoes than I could give pre
vlmis to the) tariff revision.
If I rm.l.l .!.. .. I.
large factories at Ifrm-kton.
.Mass., aiiU uow ynu bow care
full? W. I. Iinuglaa shoes ara
tllSdln the lirtarii.r a, n.L .......!. ..
anil llis hijtli Kratls iaalhers use.1,
V' U WOlllil lltMn iiml.m....l
ihillarfor IHdlar KluaranlKst
y ann to iu,i,i tb
' biiu ni HMtar
lonffsr than any otber
$M slioas you call buy
Z'JLL"",!?'!1" y r,1'" '""" b"n standard forowao
yaars; tbal 1 inaka and Mil mora 3ou, ((Aland 14 uu h,a , i .
an oil,., manulsotur.r In th. I,T.i.l a.l?. ?.,,ttu?, ,h"
Unas .n.,1. W. L. Imu!.. ?"."' "'??"
Mom sfftnniu th..s.a ts sv .
titir ibaiH, M
CAUTION I 2l'f. !'!!""!' """ u iou(,u
If jour osaJw saaool supply j on wiitiV I.
.IWtKTTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE
Will Keep Your
soft as a glove
tough as a wire
black as a coal
M by Doctors) fvarywhartl
roa aL tt
Atlantic Refining Coup any (Int.)
ra. rluseare, fa.
Knepa the spindle bright and frs
from grit. Try a box. lieaiers every
s mtt, For sale, by
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