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HOW MRS, BEAN
MET THE CRISIS
Gamied Safely Through Change
o Life by Lydia E Piniham's
Nashvrlle,Tenn.-"When I was going
through the Change of Life I had a tu
mor as large as a
child's head. The
doctor said it was
three years coming
and gave me meti
cine for it until I
was called away
from the city for
some time. Of
course I could not
to him then, so
my sister in-law told
e that she thought
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound would cure it It helped both
the Change of Life and the tumor and
when I got home I did not need the doctor.
I took the Pinkham remedies until the
tamor was gone, the doctor said, and I
have not felt it since. I tell every one
how I was cured. If this letter will
help others you are welcome to use it."
-Mrs. E. H. Bun, 525 Joseph Avenue,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, a pure remedy containing tho
extractive properties of good old fash
ioned roots and herbs, meets the needs
of woman's system at this critical period
of her life. Try it.
If there is any symptom in your
case which puzzles you, write to
the Lydia F. Pinkham Medicine.
Co., Lynm, Mass.
A winter imperialist-Old King Coal.
For old sores apply Hanford's Bal
If might doesn't always make right
it seldom gets left.
"I can't take that. I must have Red
Cross Ball Blue. I have used it for
more than ten years. My white
dresses, linens and lace curtains are
snowy white. I simply can't do with
out Red Cross Ball Blue. You will get
it? All right, I'll wait."-Adv.
If a man has money his funny sto
ries will always get a laugh.
FOR ITCHING SCALP
And Falling Hair Use Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. Trial Free.
When the scalp is itching because o0
dandruff and eczema a shampoo with
Cuticura Soap and hot water will be
found thoroughly cleansing and sooth
Ing, especially if shampoo is preceded
by a gentle application of Cuticura
Ointment to the scalp skin.
Free sample each yo mail with Book.
lddress postcard, Cuticura. Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
TOWNS WITH SILLY NAMES
indians Protest Against Such Offenses
Against Good Taste as
Some Blackfoot Indians, with a taste
and a respect for nature that shames
the paleface, have protested to the sec
retary of the interior against the bar
barous custom of tacking silly, mean
ingless, vulgar names to noble natural
objects which the Indians long ago had
named with appropriateness. A melo.
dious word, with poetic significance
and very likely legend, is calmly ig
nored in favor of Jones' gulch, or
Smith's falls, or Dolly lake.
It is even worse in the matter of
towns. Nearly all the good names in
North America are those bestowed by
the Indians or the early French and
Spanish explorers. After them came
the Anglo-Saxon, spattering the land
scape with his own patronymics and
other tasteless and meaningless proper
We can understand why a person
with the imagination of a hitching
post might prefer for a beautiful nat
ural object his own name or that of a
female relative, or some foolish Grand
falls, High peak, Swift rapids, Broad
canyon; but we cannot understand why
authority should permit him to vandal
ize that way. Unless there is some ex
cellent reason to the contrary, author
ity ought to insist always upon the In
dian names.-Saturday Evening Post.
There's a vast army of
physical and mental
workers who do.
One reason-its deli
cious nut-like flavour.
Another- it is easily
and quickly digested-
~erally in about one
But the b' reason is
Grap-Nuts besides hav.
ing delicious tuaste, sup
plies all the rich nutri
ment of whole wheat and
malted barley, including
the "vital" mineral salts
necessamry for building
brain, nerve and muscle.
Always ready to eat
direct from the package,
Grape-Nuts with cream
or good milk is a well
balanced ration-the ut
most in sound nourish
"There's a Reason"
-.old ty cOoo
The best tools go soon enough.
I. Credit is far oftener a curse than
I a blessing.
y It is a wonderfully good farm that
r can't be made better.
f Pay down or go without soon en
t ables one to pay down.
o Needless buying is far oftener seen
d with credit than with cash
it Don't laugh at another's misfortune
u- until he can laugh with you.
h The boll weevil is a hustler, but the
d cattle tick has staying qualities of a
%. high order
* The farmer who rules his animals
I by kindness will find it more effective
e than a club.
II To be economical is praiseworthy;
but to be stingy in feeding is. to put it
Most of us have our troubles, but a
few of us have sense enough not to
0 talk about them.
Have you attended any good farm
meetings this year? They do us all
good in many ways.
Before you bid at a sale, stop to
think what the article is really worth,
and whether or not you want it.
Have you a first-class school in your
- district? The best crop of all is a
i. crop of educated boys and girls.
If, free from the burden of interest,
- one finds it hard to get along, how
can he hope to do better handicapped
I The chief foes of the honest farmer
are the lawless criminals who won't
work and who prowl armed all over
Some men think the necessities of
life are those they need for their own
e comfort and the luxuries those their
t Life, like walking, is one series of
failings, either forward or backward.
If forward, we succeed, if backward
I there is success neither for ourselves
CO-OPERATION IS BEST PLAN
p Latest Report of Success Comes From
Wheat Belt of Kansas-Farmers
b 'By JAMES PIERCE. in Iowa Home
I am a firm believer in cooperation
among farmers Ends can be attained
d by organized effort which are abso
a lutely impossible by individual and
spasmodic effort. Therefore, whenever
I see notable examples of co-operative
success I propose to tell you about
them. That I will have ready hearers
I do not doubt, for nowhere has the
i co-operative movement made greater
headway than here in the grain belt.
Wisconsin has the honor to lead all
the states in the number and strength
of its co-operative activities, furnish
ing an example which other states
might well afford to follow.
The latest report of co-operative
success comes from the heart of the
; wheat belt in Kansas. where farmers
who have organized a stock and grain
company have not only realized 10 per
cent on their investment, but the prof
its have been sufficiently large to en
s able them to dec'are a dividend of
one cent a bushel on all the grain han
e dled in the last year. The fact that
since June, 1915, the company has
r handled more than 105.000 bushels of
corn and wheat and 24 carloads of
stock shows the extensiveness of the
" operations. The greater part of this
" 105.000 bushels of grain handled was
Ssold by farmers who were not stock
e holders of the company. Many of them
came for long distances, even pass
ntag other elevators on the way. Here
r is splendid refutation of the charge
sometimes made that farmers cannot
1 and will not hold together in an or
I ganization such as this.
S The farmers' organization thus so
signally successful was formed eight
years ago to buck one of the old-line
elevator concerns, and it was only a
Sfew years until the old-line company
was glad to sell out and leave the
farmers in complete control Origi
nally the concern was capitalized at
$10,000. but last June the capital stock
was doubled, the membership being
increased to 90. In 1914 the company
had 243 grain customers and last year
24 more were added.
To me, there is something really In
spiring about such a story, proving the
farmer's capacity for extensivre bausi
ness effort. I have attended conven
tions of farmers and farm students
and heard the argument repeatedly
made that farmers would not hold to
their agreements. I have always de
nled these assertions, but my oppo
nents have demanded facts, rather
than opinion. I am now well armed
for them, for the facts which I have
set forth here are indisputable. I
have seen It estimated that fully 5,
000,000 Americans are now directly or
indirectly associated with various co
operatire enterprises. I imagne if
the exact figures were available a
large percentage of this immense to
tal would be found to be farmers and
small-town people. It is here that co
operation is making greatest head
way. with the prospects good for a
greater number of converts within
the next two or three years than ever
before in our history.
Vegetable. for Poultry.
Feed the poultry turnips, beets and
carrots cut up. Mix them and run
through a meat cutter after knocking
of the dirt. Sprinkle them an hour
befeore feeding and shake over the
mess some bran or sborts. If the
vegetables are frosted put them in
cold water over night Squash and
pmpkin are alsoi relished by the
Manure feeor the Garde.
The garden needs plenty f well
OUTUINE OF "SAFE FARUIN'
Progm Reommenrded by Gevesm
ment Speeiliste to Secure Safety
In the Cotton Belt.
The history of agriculture n t the
South, it has been said, has been one
of lean years and fat years. Short
crope and high prices have a tt in
variably been followed by big crope
and low prices and in consequence,
the farmer haa experienced much dis
tress. The increased attention which
has recently been given to supporting
the people upon the land hba already
resulted in much good, but there is
some danger, it is pointed out, that,
with the price of cotton rising, there
will be a tendency for farmers to re
turn to the old system of gambling on
cotton. If the people of the South
produced their own living, the circular
points out, it would steady the whole
system and keep the boat from rock
ing. The safety measures recommend
ed are as follows:
First-Produce a home garden for
every family on the farm, the year
round, paying special attention to a
plot of Irish or sweet potatoes suffi
cient to supply the family with food
of this character. Where feasible,
have a patch of sorghum or other
cane to produce sirup for the family.
Second-Produce the corn necessary
to support all of the people on the
farm and the live stock, with absolute
Third-Produce the necessary oats
and other small grain to supplement
th# corn as food. Pay attention to
Fourth-Produce hay and forage
from some forage crop, sufficient to
supply all of the live stock on the
farm. Use legumes such as clover,
cowpeas, velvet beans, soy beans and
alalfa for the production of bay and
to enrich the soil with nitrogen and
Fifth-Produce the meat necessary
to suppl:- the people, through in
creased attention to poultry and hogs,
especially. Plan to increase gradually
the number of cattle and other live
stock so as to have a sufficient num
ber to consume the waste products of
the farm and make the waste lands
Sixth-After all of the things
have been amply provided for, pro
duce cotton for the market.
EFFICIENCY OF FARM LABOR
One Man and Three Horses Arranged
to Do More Work Than Two Men
and Four Horses.
Efficiency of farm labor Is often as
important as its distribution. Two
young men were plowing clover sod.
Each had two horses hitched to a 14
inch walking plow. it was heavy
plowing, and each team was barely
able to plow 1% acres a day.
One morning the men decided to try
three horses on one plow. They did
so, and to their great surprise one man
and three horses easily plowed three
acres per day. They plowed as much
as two men and four horses had pre
viously done and did it much more
It was even easier for the driver, be
cause it is always easier to drive a
team that is not overloaded. The new
arrangement released one man and
one horse for other work.
PLACE ON FARM FOR GARDEN
Average Farmer Sells Wholesale and
Buys Retail-Many Side Lines
As long as the average farmer
"keeps his garden on the grocery
shelf," he sells everything wholesale
and buys everything retail.
Side lines, such as canning, preserv
ing, making apple butter, are profita-r
ble where the farmer is wise enough
to see that the women of his house
hold get all necessary help with their
The price difference between ham,
lard and bacon, and hog on the hoof
shows the money gain for farm butch
ering and smoking.
Flooks' Bowel Troubles.
The looseness of the bowels of a
fowl generally is due to something it
has eaten. Increase the amount of
middlings in the mash, and add a tea
spoonful of charcoal every day to each
quart of soft food. Fowls should have
charcoal at least twice a week.
Children Are Neglected.
The one thing that needs most at
tention from all of us is the common
schools where our children are to get
their start, and yet the cold truth is,
it gets less than anything else
Too Much Like Sheep.
Too many of us are like sheep-al
ways ready to follow 'a leader without
knowing where he is going, and wast
ing strength in Jumping over imagin
Boost for Neighborhood.
Every tree planted, every flower
grown, every blade of grass kept
green on your lawn, is a boost for
your farm and for your neighborhood.
Gentlemen or Thugs.
Why raise pure-bred stock and scrub
children? The way you train the lat
ter, indoors and out, sets their mold
for country gentlemen or thugs.
Hold Onto the Farm.
Don't hastily agree to sell your
farm, for when you want one you
will find that good farms are hard to
get; and a home is a home.
More windows are necessary in the
dairy barns of this country. Probably
not half of the barns are fully
equialpped in this way.
Dairy as a Side Isweue.
Too many farmers are conducting
their dairy uas a side issue when they
should be askLing it a permanent bus
Deg Raising or Sheekp.
Is dog raising or sheep raislng
gven prwedenee in yor vlanittyt
LAYING A FOUNDATION FOR SWINE HERD
Champion Poland-China Sow.
(Prepared by the United States Depart
mnent of Agriculture.)
The brood sow is the first animal to
select in laying a foundation for a
herd. The better she is the greater
the chances for success. A good brood
sow must possess depth and length of
body, a good heart girth, smooth
shoulders, well-sprung ribs, and long,
deep, well-turned hams. Her sides
should be long, deep, and straight. A
slightly arched, or straight, broad
back is much desired, as it is much
stronger than a low back. The back
should carry its width and the side
lines should be straight. She should
stand up well on her toes and have
smooth, straight joints with hard but
not coarse bone, and must have femi
nine characteristics, which are indi
cated by a rather small head and ear,
a fully developed, even udder, and ab
sence of shields in the shoulders. A
brood sow should show early matur
ing qualities and have sufficient capac
ity to do the work for which she is
intended. A smooth coat of fine hair
and a broad head with sufficient
PREPARING THE GARDEN SOIL
Of Far More Importance Than Most
Gardeners Realize-Soil Must Be
The preparation of the garden soil
is of far more importance than most
gardeners realize. The vegetables
must have a deep, mellow, friable soil
to hold moisture and promote the life
and development of soil organisms so
important to the fertile soell.
The soil should be broken early and
vegetation incorporated in time for it
to decay. A large per cent of vege
table matter usually in its final state
of decomposition called humus is nec
essary. It may then be necessary
to rebreak, harrow and cross
harrow in order that a deep mulch may
Barnyard manure is highly desir
able where the soil is rather thin or
close. The manure supplies both hu
mus and plant food and for that rea
son is economical. It is a waste prod
uct at the barn, but valuable to the
TIME TO RIGHT-UP DISORDER
Considerable Leisure During Winter
When Repairs and improvements
Can Be Made on Farm.
The winter season, instead of be
ing one of disorder on the farm.
should be devoted to righting-up the
disorder that is acquired through the
more active seasons of labor and
There is considerable leisure time
through the winter that can be used
in repairs, adding new fixtures and
Keep up appearances about the
A Dairy Mystery.
It has always been a mystery how
any intelligent dairyman could see
profit in lopping off $40 a year in
come from a special-bred dairy cow
in order to secure a scrub beef calL
No Place for Machinery.
The orchard is not a good place to
store farm machinery-unless it has
a rootf. But did you ever see an or
chard with a roof?
Paint is Cheap Insurance.
Paint is the cheapest insurance you
can get against the wear and tear of
the weather upon buildings and
Make-Up of Dairy Cow..
The dairy cow should have ample
heart girth and great capacity, with
clear, full bright eyes and large now
Test Seed for Vitality.
Test your different kinds of seeds
for vitality. This can be done in a
shallow box containing earth and set
behind the kitchen stove.
Lead the Hired Man.
The farmer who leads will get a
great deal more work out of his hired
man than the one who nags and
weight for her age are good indica
tions of early maturity. If selecting
more than one sow, uniformity of the
lot is desirable and important. The
nearer alike the sows the more probs
bility of the pigs being uniform.
In selecting the herd boar the same
points are essential, except that the
animal should show masculinity. A
strong, broad head and neck, sum
cient bone, with strong, straight pas
terns, hock, and knee joints, are Im
portant. He should show early matur
ing characteristics, and have well-de
veloped testicles. Shields, or thick
plates of skin, should not show on the
sides of the shoulder before he is one
year of age. A strong, slightly arched
back, with large heart girth, is essen
tial in a first-class boar, for he must
have room for the vital organs, name
ly, heart, lungs, etc. Remember that
the boar is at least half of the herd
as far as breeding is concerned, and
he is usually more, so his selection
cannot command any too much care
or patience. Get a good boar and he
will pay you well.
NEXT SEASON'S GARDEN PLAN
Do Not Overlook Important Matter of
Pruning and Anticipating Most
Having given thought to the plan.
ning of your next season's fruit, and
to your next season's vegetable gar
den, and the variety you wish from
the one and the things you wish to
plant in the other, do not forget the
important matter of pruning and di
viding and setting and anticipating
careful cultivation. Get all the gar
den tools and implements wilch you
will need in working properly. There
will be spades, hoes, lawn mowers,
trowels, knives, sprayers, etc., to
think of and select from the best
devices offered by progressive manu
facturers. In fruit growing and gar
dening, like in everything else, good
tools facilitate good workmanship
and are great time savers.
GIVE CHARCOAL TO TURKEYS
Breeder Will Notice improvement In
Weight and Quality of the Fowls
at Killing Time.
A very'successful turkey raiser rec
ommends feeding daily a quart
of finely powdered charcoal to each
dosen turkeys confined for fattening
To test the value of this for your
self select an equal number of uni
formly developed turkeys, feed them
meal, oats and boiled potatoes, give
them milk (sweet or sour), but give
one group charcoal; then notice the
difference in weight and quality at
killing time. This is the kind of way
to know what is good practice.
Use Rails for Fencing.
While the rail fence is now obso
lete, it is not advisable to saw all the
old rails into stovewood. The man
who will save his best rails will find
frequent use for them in fencing in
temporary feed lots, truck patches,
straw stacks, etc., as the rails can be
hauled and fences built of them quick
er than posts can be set and woven
wire fence stretched.
Protection for Vegetablies
The easiest, quickest way we find
to protect early,, tender vegetables
from frost is covering them with
newspapers or gunny sacks. Have a
few rocks or bricks handy to weight
the coverizr down so the wind cannot
blow it off.
Testing Milk for Dirt.
To test milk for dirt, as soon as it
is received place it where It will be
undisturbed for one hoar. Then, with.
out disturbing the contents, lift the
bottle until the entire bottom can be
examined for sediment
Farm Tools Overlooked.
Two things are needed on every
farm and seldom found on one: A
Jackscrew, for lifting buildings, sad
a tin suction pump and springs, etc.
To Prevent Milk Fever.
Kept in warm quarters at calving
time the cows will not be so apt to
have milk fever.
QLOMEL MAKES 1YOU SlCl UH
ITS MERCURY AND SALIVATES
Straighten Upl Don't Lose a Day's Work! Clean Your Sloe'
Liver and Bowels With "Dodson' s Liver Tone."
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take
a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to
night and tomorrow you may lose a
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into it, break
Ing it up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if
your liver is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness.
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
stomach sour, just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
a spoonful tonight and if it doesn't
Even when a woman can speak with
her eyes her tongue doesn't give them
COMB SAGE TEA IN
HAIR TO DARKEN
It's Grandmother's Recipe to
keep her Locks Dark,
The old-time mixture of 8ag6 Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
streaked and faded hair is grandmoth
er's recipe, and folks are again using
it to keep their hair a good, even color,
which is quite sensible, as we are lil
ing in an age when a youthful appear
ance is of the greatest advantage.
Nowadays, though, we don't have
the troublesome task of gathering the
sage and the mussy mixing at home.
All drug stores sell the ready-to-use
product, improved by the addition of
other ingredients, called "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound" for
about 50 cents a bottle. It is very pop
ular because nobody can discover it
has been applied. Simply moisten
your comb or a soft brush with it
and draw this through your hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time; by
morning the gray hair disappears, but
what delights the ladies with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound, is that,
besides beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications, it also pro
duces that soft lustre and appearance
of abundance which is so attractive.
This ready-to-use preparation is a d-
lightful toilet requisite for those who
desire a more youthful appearance. It
is not intended for the cure, mitiga.
tion or prevention of disease.-Adv.
The king of Spain has an annual in
come of $1,409,000.
STOP THOSE SHARP SHOOTING PAINS
"Femenina" is the wonder worker for all
female disordera Price xz.ooand soc. Adv.
The average length of a generation
is 33 years.
A FRIEND IN NEED.
For instant relief and speedy cure
use "Mississippi" Diarrhoea CordiaL
Price 50c and 25c.-Adv.
Over 150,000,000 people now speak
the English language.
For fouls in cattle use Hanford's
Rudolph Spreckels, the sugar mag
nate, has spent millions of dollars in
the cause of reform in San Francisco.
BACKACHE AND kIDNEYS
Dear Mr. Editor:
For the benefit of others, I gladly
give this statement regarding the
merits of "Anuric." Am nearly 7
years of age. I suffered from back
ache, weak back, rheumatism, and
coauld not control the excretion of the
idneys. I can safely say that "A
ae," the new discovery of Dr. Piere,
of Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y, has
done me more real good than anything
I have eVer taken for these ailments.
Signed-Mrs. N. M. Fint
NOTE:-A new remedy, called "An
urle," has been discovered by Dr.
Pierce. It caures backache, headache
sad the darting pain and aches of
rheumatism, kidney and bladder
tronbles. This "Anuric" is 37 tIm:
more potent than lithia, and dissolve
aric meld, as hot water doss sugar.
Why those Pains?
KUeI n.. b .L a tm §d.Rinliu
b"If Ihd my will It wuld
advertisd os r rn
K -ar. The rmi or wro
thaIr rbMi adam ead fails
tI Wead me- Ss aI
Kr tlik a drowal mj
x ! f Dil i. .."-111. !.
I I KEEKE
straighten you right up and aske s ye
feel fine and vigorous by moralng I'
want you to go back to the store and
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tome
is destroying the sale of calotel be
cause it is real liver medicine; entire
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot sail.
vate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and oastli
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like its pleasant taste
Arthur Brisbane, the well-known edi
torial writer, once wrote 32 editorials
in one day.
If your skin is scratched by a rusty
nail, apply Hanford's Palsam at ones.
It should prevent blood poison. Adv.
There are now over 350,000 Indians
in the United States and 25,000 in
There is No Art In Taking Medicine.
Just follow directions on every bot
tie of "Plantation" Chill. Tonic ad
see how quickly those dreadful chills
will leave you. It leaves the liver In
healthy condition and yet con*ln no
CalomeL Price 50c.-Adv.
The man who quotes poetry is never
asked to make an additional nuisance
of himself by explaining % what it
new Is the yIme to 614t 143 ~d L
There's no longer the slightest sead e
feeling ashamed of your treckle., as the
prescrlptlon ethine-double stresgth--
guaranteed to remove these homely peota
Simply get an ounce of othlne-double
strength-from your drUgglst, and apply a
little of It night and morning and yeo
should soon see that even the we.t freokles
have begun to disappear, while the Itghter
ones have vanished entirely. It seldom
that more than one ounce 1s needed to e- -
pletely clear the skIn and gain a bkeautifl
Be sure to Ask for the double strength
othine. as this is sold under guarantee of
money back it t falls to remveo freckles.-
A Different Bird.
"She made a goose of herself."
"Trying to act like a chicken."
To Drive Out MalbII
And Bild Up Teb Syrma
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chili TONIC. You know
what you are taking, a the domuls Ib
printed on every labeL showing it It
Quinine and Iren in a tasslss torm The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Isao
bois up the systeoa So os.
Rich Man-Poverty is no disgrace.
Poor Man-No, but that's about all
the good you can say for it.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy aor
infants and children, ad ms that it
In Use for Over $0
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoa
Nine to Draw Prosp.
Hiker-Young Pellets tells me he
makes a specialty of doctoring eats.
Piker-Well, his patients are lauy.
Piker-They each have nine lives.
IN THE SPRING
Nof is the time to bring to ye aON
Dr. Pierce's Golde Medical Diseovery
(in tablet or liquid tera). This wan.
derful remedy helps to resore steon.
ach to its natural lealth sad streagti
and to secure proper flow of the 41
gestivre juces, a good appetite sad fil
digestion of the food you est. It l
vigorates the liver, regulatest the bod
els and purlee lwad enarlhes theblood.
Dr. Pieree's Golden Medal Dieow
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it will produce e evil adei esee
Thounsands-probably many of pny
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brain and nerve