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EL PASO HERALD
LAS CRUCES
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A. & M. COLLEGKE
TALKS BASEBALL
Basketball Stains Keenter
cliool and Team Mem
bers Are Encour
aged. Agricultural College, N. M., Jan. 14.
A meeting of bapeball enthusiasts was
held recently at the Y. M. C. A. The
object was to discuss vays and means
of securing- new equipment for the
team and to plan ,a post season tour
through Colorado, -western Kansas and
the Pecos valley.
The independent college telephone sys
tem is completely installed and "working
admirably. lit all about 20 lines are on
the switchboard.
Evangelist Finney and soloist Hlett,
entertained the student body in the
Thursday assembly. They will appear
again in Hadley ball on Sunday after
noon at 3:30. The public is invited.
The prospects for a successful sea
son in basketball hare taken a turn for
the better. There were grave fears in
the minds of some that basketball would
be as much of a failure as last sea
son's football, but two letters received
"from former students, both stars in the
game, expel this fear, and hopes are
now entertained that the season ratty be
Bs successful as last year's. One letter
received is from Charles Noyer. of Al
buquerque who has been playing on the
Occidental team of that city. He writes A
that he will reenter school here on Jan
uary 15. Noyer Is recognized as the
Many a Good Cook's
Reputation Comes From
the Flavoring She Uses.
VANILLA
usually deserves all the praise.
Burnett's Vanilla gives an individual
flavor to desserts, ices, puddings and
candies. It gives that delicious, natural
flavor of the "Finest Mexican Vanilla
Beans." That is why Burnett's is
sever equalled.
nssfandyourgrocerwihsupplyyou.
Send us yosr grocer's name and vre will mail
yoa, FREE, tkirty-six original, tested recipes
of delicious daiaties easily esd economically
prepared.
You -will set sew Idea from tins FREE book.
JOSEPH BURNETT COMPACT, 35 Iadk St., Bettea
? Crewley Co.
EXPERT PRINTERS K
331 Texas St. El Pas, Texas
ASSAYEBS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
ESTABLISHED 1988.
D. "W. Eeckhaet. EJtf., Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Specialty. p Q Box 88
Office and Laboratory:
Cer. Ssa Fructes k C&&ubu Sis.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Castom Assay Office
CR1TCHKTT FERGUSON,
Successors to Hutrb.es & Critohett.
Acsayers, Chemists. Metallurgist.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
522 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
Wt5St
Suffix'
jiHsfgSglia
To close out our line of Electric Port
ables we have marked down the prices to
below cost. I
Lamps, worth $75 Sale Price $45
Lamps, wortih $00 Sale Price $35
Lamps, worth $22 Sale Price $15
Lanrps, worth $15 Sale Price $9
FELDMAN'S, 308
Tourist, Shopper's
Mall Order Guide
A HANDY DIRECTORY OF RELIABLE I
AND PROGRESSIVE FIRMS OF EL PASO I
I
AUTOMOBILES
AXWELL
TRTJlsnSS AND
DIAMOND
lipase Try iik Factory
AND
SILLA VALLEY
j best man thai ever played at guard for
U (.edlll ICJUCaCllUUo LUIS JL1IUU1.
"Will Hall, of Nutt Station, who was
forced to drop his studies and go to
Denver for treatment as a result of foot
ball injuries, writes that he will be able
to enrol by February 1. Hall plays for
ward and is an artist at the game. "With
Hoggart, Hall, Thomas and Noyer, of
last year's team the college can justly
feel confident of success. A good sched
ule has been arranged, including two
games with El Paso high school, two
with the Y. M. C. A., two with Military
institute, and probable games with Al
buquerque, Socorro, Silver City, Deming
and Chihuahua.
UPPER VALLEY ILOCHERS
GETTING READY FOR CROPS.
Realty Deals Are Numerous Womap Is
Thrown From Bnjrpry and Injured
News Notes From La Mesn.
La Mesa, N.. M., Jan. 14. The farmers
are all busy preparing- their lands for
the coming year and prospects are
bright for a greatly Increased acreage
on the west side. Quite a number of
real estate deals have been made lately
and land prices are looking up.
J. G. Bronk is selling off his house
hold goods and the family will leave
soon for California to reside.
E. B. Moreno will soon remove to Las
Cruces, where he has a position as
deputy under sheriff Lucero.
J. R. Llvesay made a business trip
recently to Chamberino and Berlno.
Clarence A. Stewart entertained
friends from El Paso lately.
One of La Mesa's enterprising citizens
thinks of securing- the new Betzel
building- for a natatorlum.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Walker of Mesilla
park visited friends and relatives at Li
Mesa and Chamberino recently.
Judge Eylar of El Paso was here on
business lately.
Mrs. Z. T. Wakefield and family have
moved to El Paso, where Mr. "Wake
ileld is engaged in business.
Mrs. J. Li. Curl was seriously injured
In a runaway reoeitlv. She was thrown
from her bug-gy, fracturing an arm.
R. C. Reeder of Earlham has just
completed a cosy house on the Ismert
place, to which he- will remove in a
few days with his bride.
E. C. Richard is moving- to his new
home, recently purchased from F. S.
Jones.
The West Side Literary club was en
tertained recently by Miss Anita Mead.
Dr. Jackson and family have returned
from El Paso, where the doctor has
been undergoing treatment for the past
several weeks.
Prof. Reynolds, J. R. Livesay Jr., Mrs.
A. D.. Colquitt, Miss Mary Livesay, Dr.
J. H. Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
went to Las Cruces lately.
Postmaster Nelson is in El Paso on
business.
MESILLA PARK PERSONALS
- AXD VICINITY XEWS
Mesilla Park. X. M., Jan. 14. M. F.
Thompson, of Columbia, La., fatherinlaw
of Dr. Robertson, is visiting his daugh
ter in Mesilla Park.
TV. P. Goddard, of Glencoe, N. M., will
move his household goods to this place.
He will also bring 30 head of young
horses and open a livery stable.
Mrs. Nancy Hammersly, motherinlaw
of Mr. McDowell, was a victim of the
Rock Island wreck at Trenton, Mo., re
cently. She was on her way here with
her daughter, who was to have entered
the college.
Miss Grace Hinkle, of Los Angeles
who has been visiting the G. H. Reomes
family, has joined the "Babes in Toy
land" company, and is now en route to
California.
About 1000 head of cattle belonging to 1
;ur. j.saacKS naTe jusc passea inrougn
here on ihe way to the Turney ranch
to be sold to Tevos people.
SKYSCRAPER EDITIOX THE
"BEST EVER," SAYS LAS CRUCES.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 14. What do
the Las Crucesites have to say about the
"Skyscraper" Edition or the Herald?
"It's a dandy," "it's a peacherino," "It's
Caught in the Raia
Then a cold and cough let it run on
get pneumonia or consumption that's
all. No matter how you get your cough
don't neglect it take Ballard's Hore
hound Syrup and you'll be over it In no
time. The sure cure for coughs, colds
bronchitis and all pulmonary diseases in
woung and old. Sold by all druggists.
San Antonio St.
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AND SUPPIJES
Automobile Tires, Tubes ana Sundries
CRAIG-, O'DOIOTELL & CO.
Genera! Agents
Chamber of Commerce Building
ELECTRIC CARS
RADER & ALEXANDER
Phone S. W. 611. Auto 2127
BAGS
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases
made, repaired and exchanged.
Opposite postoffice, across
Plaza- TeL 1054: Auto 1966-
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HERALD ON SALE3 IN LAS
C21UCES, N. M.
Frsafc A. H&vrley, Agest, opposite
posfoffice.
Daily Herald oa sale by Las Crncexi
Dras Co., Caxuozxc's Ncvra Standi;
ppoalt postofflce
all right." "best ever," "Las Cruces
should have had more space," etc.
SANTA FE IS MOVING
DEPOT TO LA TUNA.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 14. Santa Fe
workmen have severed the old depot in
twajn and have begun to raise iLe south
end' the freight room. After it is raised
a track will be built underneath con
necting with the main track and cars
run under, and the old depot will be
moved to La Tuna.
LVS CRUCES DAILY RECORD..
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 14. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been filed with the recorder of
Dona Ana county:
DeedK.
J. D. "Wollett to R. H. Mclntyre, war
ranty deed to lots 1 to 32 both inclusive
in block 99 of Westmont Heights addi
tion, consideration 160, dated January
12. 1910.
J. D. Wollett to H. C. Cupn. warrantv
deed to lots 8 and 9 in block 99 of
"Wes'tmont Heights addition, considera
tion ?20, dated January 12, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to G. A. Macon, war
ranty deed to lot No. 1 in block 39 of
Westmont Heights addition, considera
tion $10, dated December IS, 1909.
J. D. Wollett to J. B. Sullivan, war
ranty dee,d to lots 15 and 16 in block
40 and lot 32 Jn block 38 of Westmont
Heights addition, consideration 30,
dated December IS, 1909.
J. D. "Wollett to F. E. Clan see. war
ranty deed to lot 16 In block 5 of "West
mont Heights addition, consideration
?10, dated December 24, 1909.
J. D. "Wollett to "W. A. Sowden, war
ranty deed to lots 29 and 30 in block
25 of "Westmont Heights addition, con
sideration ?20, dated December IS, 1909.
J. D. "Wollett to J. A. Currie, war
ranty deed to lots 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and
32 in block 37 of "Westmont Heights ad
dition, consideration $60, dated Decem
ber 18, 1909.
J. D. "Wollett to A. A. Andrews, war
ranty deed to lot 2 in block 39 of "West
mont Heights addition, consideration
$10, dated December 18, 1909.
J. D. "Wollett to James C. Penn. war
ranty deed to Jot 32 in block 40 of
Westmont Heights addition, considera
tion $10, dated December 20, 1909.
J. D. Wollett to Frank Jordan, war
ranty deed to lots 7 and 8 in block 26
of Westmont Heights addition, consid
eration $10, dated December 30, 1909.
J. D. Wollett to Miss Ruby Davidson,
warranty deed to lots 21 and 22 in block
40 of Westmont Heights addition, con
sideration $20, dated December 20, 1909.
J. D. Wollett to H. S.. Shephard. war
ranty deed to lots 1 and 2 In block 40
of Westmont Heights addition, consid
eration $20, dated December 24, 1909.
James T. Smith to Mrs. Emily Wil
liams, warranty deed to lot 3 in block
10 of Sunny Slope addition, consider
ation $1 and other valuables, dated
December 24, 1909.
United States to James Lawrence,
patent number 92406 for the northwest
quarter of the northeast quarter, the
east half of the northwest quarter and
the northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter of section 17, township 19 south,
range 2 west, N. M. P. M., containing
160 acres.
Refugio Abillar to School District No.
12, quit claim deed to a parcel of land
situate in the town of ,Mesilla, consid
eration $250, dated September 20, 1909.
Gregorio Garcia et al to School Dis
trict No. 12. quit claim deed to a lot
situate In precinct No. 4 of the town of
Mesilla, area 25 by 53 varas, consider
ation $125. dated September 20, 1909.
Josefa Carrion de Barela to School
District No. 12, qui claim deed to a
lot or parcei of and in the town of
Mesilla, consideration ?1, dated October
6, 1909.
Fillemon Borela et als to School Dis
trict No. 12. quit claim deed to a lot
or parcel of land situate in the town
of Mesilla, consideration f 1, dated Sep
tember 20, 1909.
J. T. Miller to J. L. Moody, warranty
deed to lot 2 in block 7 of Miller's ad- j
dltion, consideration 51 and other val
uables, dated May 25, 1909.
J. T. Miller to J. B. Strawn et al. war
ranty deed to lots S. 10 and 12 In block
8 of Miller's addition, consideration $1
and other valuables, dated October 4,
1909.
J. T. Miller to J. O. Button, warranty
deed to lots 11 and 12 in block 4 of
Miller's addition, consideration $1 and
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The Story of a Famous
Name and How It
Originated, t
The foremost dermatologist it.
France, Dr. Sabourand of Paris, and
professor TJnna, Hamburg, Germany,
discovered that a microbe caused bald
ness. To prove their theory. Dr. Sa
bourand infected a guinea pig with
some of these microbes and in a com
paratively "Short time tlio ammai was
denuded of every hair that was on its
body.
Some eminent histologists and chem
ists were employed by the United Drug
Co., Boston. Mass.. to find the means of
destroying these microbes and a rem
edy that would create a new growth of
hair where the hair roots had not been
entirely destroyed.
After months of study, experiment
ing and research work, they discov
ered what they claimed would do what
was demanded. To unquestionably
prove their fheory. 100 leading drug,
gists, located in as many GIfferent
cities, were requested to each furnish
the name of a responsible person suf
fering from falling hair and baldness.
Each of these 100 persons was furnished
three bottles of the reparation with
a request to give it 'a thorough trial
and report results.
Five of these people failed to re
port. Two declared they had been
bald for years; that their hair follicles
had long been closed, and their scalps
were smooth and glossy.
Ninety-three of the 100 sent in en
thusiastic reports, stated that they were
delighted with the hair restoring quali
ties of the preparation, and expressed
sincere thank for the wonderful bene
fits brought about by Its use. In com
memoration of this, the new preparation
was named Rexall "93" Hair Tonic
We sell this remedy with the "dis
tinct understanding that it is free of
cost to the user in every case "Where it
does not completely remove dandruff
stimulate the hair follicles, revitalizing
the hair roots, stop the liair from
falling out, grow new hair and make
the scalp free from irritation.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic com ?
j sizes, prices 50 cents and 1. Remember
you can ootam .uexaii ixemedies in El
Paso only at our stores, The Rexall
Stores, People's Drug 'Store and Kelly
& Pollard.
I nA IT Qlln&Y Ji&toStlillcY 2" I
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Don't be like the ""Waiting Man.' Don't pass by good opportunities. Many a man who is "waiting" today
to find a safe and profitable investment, or the RIGHT kind of a lot upon which to build his home, was in the
same frame of mind fire years ago. He lost his opportunity then, he ig passing it by today the "waiting"
man's time NEVtER COMES. Hence, an opportunity once offered should be taken advantage of.
THIS MAP SHOWS THE EXACT LOCATION OF ALL ADDITIONS TO LAS CRUCES
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Make your arrangements to go to Las Cruces. Sunday. Jan. 23; it will cost you but a trifle, and if you make a
purchase in GKRAM) YIEW SUBDmSEON, it wiil' COST YOU XOTKDSTG-, as the railroad fare will be RE
FUNDED to all purchasers. There will be a BIG FREE LUNCH on the grounds and you will enjoy yourself.
CHEAP RAILROAD RATES FROM ALL POINTS WITHIN 50 MILES.
Most beautiful Building Lots in the Mesilla Taller. Yith all City Improvements, Eight in Las Graces.
$45 io $65 Each; $10 Bewn, $4 a iiorsfh, Ho Mortgage. Ho Taxes, Ho Interest, Liek af This Map,
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LAS CRUCES, N. M.
other valuables, dated November IS,
1909.
Marrlnjces Recorded.
Oliver B. Ca-ssell and Mamie Price.
Albino Chavarilla and Luz Gutriefez.
Pablo Apodaca and Beatriz Maese.
Hotel Arrivals.
tas Cruces, N. M., Jan. 14. The fol
lowing are registered at Las Cruces ho
tels: Hotel Don Barnardo A. "W. Hadley,
El Paso: T. J Brownrltrsr. El Paso: H. C.
Applegate, St. L.ouis: W. H. Cook, New
York; John E. Griffith, Socorro: T. L.
Wright, Ardmore, Okla.; Robert Smith,
El Paso; S. H. Kersel and wife. Amar
illa; George W. Span, Chicago.
Park hotel John H. McCutcheon. El
Paso; Recordo Delgado, El Paso: H. L.
Lee, Albuquerque; WJ. May, Albu
querque; O. Haan, Albuquerque.
LAS CRI'CES BRIKFS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 14. Samuel
Manasse. one of the energetic members
of the drygoods firm of Manasse Broth
ers, will leave Sunday for New York
and other eastern points to buy spring
goods.
H. C. Hartley, after three years tent
lift, has moved 'into his new building
on Griggs street.
C. R.. Phillips, the curio man. has
bought the interest of D. S. Mytfnger
in the Novelty Mercantile company and
has assumed charge as manager.
SEWIXG CLUB MEETS.
Las Cruces. N. M., Jan. 14. The Las
Cruces Sewing club, met yesterday
afternoon with Mr; W.H.H. Llewellyn.
A very pleasant time was spent and
Htrht refreshments were served. Those
present were Mesdames Farris, Mosley,
Nesbitt, Yeo, Walker. Lemon, Iblas,
Freeman, Oompton, and Misses Tate,
Hearn and Sullivan. The club will meet
next Wednesday with Mrs. Nesbitt at
her home on Lee street.
LAS CRI'CES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Jan. 14.T. C.
Phillips, manager of the Mesilla Valley
Produce Exchange, has been confined to
his home several days suffering from
blood poison.
F. A. Afflick of Albuquerque, repre
senting the Continental OH company, is
In the city looking after the interests
of his company.
W. H. H. Llewellyn was a nassenger
to El Paso last evening.
C. E. Sieley is now on the force al
the deor.
CRUCES TO HAVE NEW RANK.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 14. Las
Ctu( es is to have a new bank. Experi-
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the matter is settled.
SHIP 3IICH HA.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Jan. li. The
Mesilla Valley Produce Exchange
shipped out a large shipment of alfalfa
hay last night for points In eastern
Texa.
HELD ON CHARGE
OF SWINDLING-
bailie of Son of the Former
Governor of Massa
chusetts Signed.
Henry L. Wood, who claims to be
connected with a prominent family of
Chicago, was arrested yesteVday by de
tective Billy Smith on a charge of swind
ling, complaint being filed by L. B.
Walker custodian of the Southwestern
building.
It is charged in the complaint that
Wood secured the endorsement of Walk
er to tmo drafts for $100 each to which
the name of Warren L. Douglas, son of
the former governor of Massachusetts, j
had been forged.
Smi-ch heard yesterday that Wood
was being sought and caught him at ,
the race track. He enticed mm to mis
side of the river and when they crossed
the bridge placed him under arrest and
took him to the county jail.
Wood requested that the sheriffs
nffinors crufird him and not place him
in jail, but they could not grant this.
.Vwited he declined to discuss
a , will fis thIs
thing up the first thing in the morn
ing." However, he has not as yet nxed
iff.
it up.
POLICEMAN'S IGNORANCE OF
ALARM BOX. CALLS FIREMEN
Two days ago, policeman I. Loss, who
patrols the Myrtle aenUe beat, received
a fire box key and last night at 9:30
thought he would try it to ascertain if
it fitted
I
He opened the box but could not get
tho lrev out. Seeing a "k- mat lie
thought must be the release for the key.
lie pulled it. The whistle screeched out
G5 and the central and mesa departments
hurried to the corner of Brown street
and Myrtle avenue.
They found no fire 'but policeman I.
)ss was very much put out.
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Loss
many Jewish farmers
FOR SOUTHWEST TEXAS
San Antonio. Tex.. Jan. 14. Samuel P.
mul if.
Rpcker. of Hartford. Conn
Farmer" of
the Federation of Jewish
America, is in these parts for the pur
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F. T. HARDESTY, Local Agent
WITH HATTON REALTY CO.
224 Mesa Ave., El Paso, Texas.
pose of looking over lands intended to
be settled by Jewish farmers. Speaking
of the Jew as a farmer, Mr. Becker said,
that there were over 6000 farmers of
Hebrew origin in this country and that
this number would increase greatly dur
ing the next few years, an agricultural
school and farm journal in Yiddish be
ing the chief agents responsible for this.
He said that most of the lands taken up
by the Jew farmers were located in the
New England states and were secured
through the generosity of baron de
Hirsch, Jacob Schlff and other Jew cap
italists. The men to settle in Texas will
largely follow truck farming on irrigat
ed lands.
Globe Flour, oest cy test,
and the payroll In El Paso.
LEAVES ARMY TO WED
THE GIRL HE LOVED
San Antonio, Tex.. Jan. 14. Unable to
withstand the wiles of Dan Cupid. H. S.
Kelley left the United States army at
Fort Mcintosh to marry the girl he lov
ed, and he has just been arrested here.
He is now in the guard house at Fort
Sam Houston awaiting trials
Kelley, it i said, admitted that he
deserted at Fort Mcintosh, married the
next daj and took hi bride to Galveston.
There they resided for several months,
after which they came to San Antonio
and lived here for five months.
ACCUSED OF" KEEPING A
DISORDERLY HOISB: ARRESTED
Charles Beacham. a negroN was ar-
Tho first symptom of Contagious Blood Poison is usually a little aore or
nicer, so insignificant that often no attention is given it. But when the
blood becomes moro fully infected with the virus the mouth and throat get
soie, glands in tne neck and groin swell, and sometimes ulcerate, forming
sores auu uiucxs, uae nair comes out,
I body, and where the disease is allowed
xxcyuoiiciy jju.u.0 w.c.te vicopci anu aacjss the bones. S. S. S. is the true
antidote for Contagious Blood Poison the only remedy that is able to get
at the very root of the trouble and romove exery particle of the virus from
tho circulation; at the same time S.S.S. acts with upbuilding and tonic
effect on every portion of the system. As soon a the svstom rot- nnner the
j lnuuonco oi fc. &. b. tne symptoms begin to disappear and soon a perfect
i cure is made. S. S. S. can be used in the privacy of one's own homa and a
permanent cure effected. To aid those who wish to euro themselves at
: home wo have prepared a special
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-JjJjq &i(j 0f tlnis book and tho use nf
case- .wil1 GQJ1 s book, and
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rested by tfie police Ixst nlgrbjt o& a
cliarge of conducting: a disorderly hoca
on Third street. Steve Massey, Helen
Smith and Andrew Hodge were arrwted
at the same place and docketed on. Ck
charge of vagrancy.
TO BUILD THEATER.
San Antonio, Tex Jan. 14. Geor
Ira Adams, of Denver, Colo., -who eatab
lished the Crystal theater In that city
and also the vaudeville circalt bearing
that came, Is In the city with a vIcfw to
building a theater here. He plaas the
construction of a $150,000 hulldisg- far
a vaudeville theater.
Less we forget, let's keep oar money
at home and still get the feeet. Globe
Flour.
WANTS TO BE A CITIZEN".
Another man who came to E4 Paso on
a mule car has applied for citizenship
papers In the 34th district court. He Is
Pablo Saveredra, a -laborer, who came
to this city in 1S9S from Chihuahua,
Mexico.
RETURNS WITH PRISONER.
San Antonio. Tex., Jan. 14. Sheriff
Lindsey has returned fjrom El Paso, hav
ing in custody H. Overman, alias John
son, wanted here on a charge of
forgerj.
Mrs. C. A. Brandt, of the Grand Can
yon, passed through El Paso Thursday
afternoon on her way to Mexico City.
THE0HLY REMEDY
FOR BLOOD POISON
CODoer colored snots vr n-n t.hH
to remain in the system the ooison
Home Treatment book which contains
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R S R rma t "ho ofFoot-Ar? in o-trArTT
also any medical advice desired free to

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