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THE AB8TJS, OXDAT, AUGUST 14, 1899.
Published Daily and Weekly at l&M Second
Avenue. Rock Island. 111. Filtered at the
PostcOlue as Second-class matter J
IN THE N1HE OF J. W. I'OTTFB.
TERMS Daily, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
(2.00 per annum: in advance f I. 50.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, pelitical or religious, most
nave resl name attached for publication- No
sueb article will be printed over fictitious sig
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rick Island county.
JIondat, August 14.
Miciih;an's wheat crop is the small
est in Tears. It will not reach more
than 13,000,000 bushels.
In the formation of a trust in foot
wear we will in innumerable in
stances find where the shoe pinches.
Kansas orchards now contain 7,533,
357 apple trees, 191,660 pear trees
4.053.762 peach trees and 639.244
plum trees all bean Dir. Moreover,
Kansas has 6,354 acres of vineyard.
Now that Kichard Croker has re
turned from Europe and declared him
self for Bryan, Le will not stand
nearly so .well with the republican
party in this country as he did when
he went away.
Ten thousand people heard W. J
Brvan speak on 'Pending Problems'
at the Old Salem Chautauqua. Special
trains were run from 1'eoria, liloom
ington and Springfield, and the occa
sion seemed like a revival of the la
nious campaign of '96 when Bryan
was the main source of attraction at
monster gatherings, not only in Illi
nois but all over this land. His sub
ject Saturday, "Pending Problems,'
embraced all the principles of the last
national campaign, principles which
have made Bryan famous. The silver
issue, the income tax, imperialism and
trusts, all came within the scope of
bis address, and be plied the lash to
the money changers and monopolists
with the same vigorous energy which
characterized his political career.
King on the Philippines.
Gen. Charles A King, in his lecture
at Pisa Chautauqua on the Philippine
war Tuesday, said: From the time
our troops landed until the surrender
oi the city, tue Filipinos regarded us
as friends, troni the moment uen.
Merritt ordered them to 'stack arms'
they became our avowed enemies."
In another portion oi the lecture uen
King said: -'The last year in our na
tional history has seen tbe develop
ment of what we might call the un-
Amencan idea. But the solution
of this 1 must leave to vour
statesmen. Soldiers have only to
do their unbounden duty and be
silent. But in the wonderful victory
of Admiral Dewev be was left waster
of the sea but powerless as to the land.
That was in the hands of the insur
gents. Let me say of the officers, that
there were many of them possessed of
tbe best educations to be procured m
Europe, and let me sav of the men,
that they are fanatically brave and
almost limitless in numbers, iso man
in. that land of Ta?als. no man can
refuse military tlVity and possess his
life. I have known some who refused
to do menial service for the officers.
to have their homes burned from over
their heads. That was the race with
which we were lirst thrown as allies
and later the bitterest enemies."
Thus will it le observed that Gen.
King, who was commander of the
8th army corps at Manila, declares
that tbe ril.pinos were allies and
friends of American soldiers until
after tbe capture of Manila, in which
the v assisted; that when ordered by
the commanding general of the
United States army at Manila to
stack arms" and disband, thev
found that they were not to enjoy
the liberties they anticipated and
hence became our foes. It is not say
ing that we should withdraw from
tbe islands now until we can do so
with honor and credit as a nation, in
showing that we failed to act as a na
tion as we were in honor bound to
when we concluded the peace treaty
with 5pain. We must now make the
best of a bad bargain Aud a very ques
tionable transaction. Bnt we should
first subdue those in arms against us,
If yoa respect honest
i quality la beer, show your
appreciation oy placing
apon yonr tabl
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and then magnanimously consider the
provocation, and in tne fulfillment of
our mission as a nation, no less man
in the discbarge of our obligation to
these people in spirit and in promise
put mem on tne road to liberty.
Ex-Senator John J. Ingalls has writ
ten for the Saturday Evening post, of
Philadelphia, two valuable papers up
on the later career of President Gar
field. These articles, written by a
man who knew Mr. Garlield in
his youth, and afterward saw
at close range his public acts, con
stitnte what is perhaps the most dis-
passionate and judicial estimate of
tbe man ever made. Mr. Ingalls
brilliant prose, enlivened by anecdote
and strengthened by lirst-hand know
ledge, is well worthy of his subject.
In connection with these papers, lac
similes of unpublished letters from Mr
Gartield s physicians will be printed
The lirst of these papers will appear
in the Post of Aug. 26. In tbe same
issue will be found contributions by
Ian Alaclaren, Harriet Kiddle JJavis
Julian Kalph and Charles Battell
The most striking feature of The
Century for September, which will be
a bait-Water number, is the tirst in
stallment of Capt. Joshua Slocum's
bailing Alone Around tbe World.
This is the narrative of a daring voy
age of circumnavigation, undertaken
by the author in 1895, in a 40-foot
sloop built by himself in Buzzard's
Bay, and taken back and forth across
the Atlantic and thence around Cape
Horn and the Cape of Good Hope
without assistance or companionship.
The distance traversed was 46,000
miles, and the accuracy of the navi
gator's landfalls throughout was a
thing to marvel at, his chronometer
for most of tbe time being a little tin
clock of the cheapest kind. Other
contents of this number of lheCen
turv are "The Way of a Ship," by
Frank T. Bullen, author of "The
Cruise of the Cachalot;" "TheAtlan
tic Speedway," bv II. Phelps Whit
marsh, author of "The World's Kouffh
Hand;" and "Salvage," by Morgan
Robertson, author of the forthcoming
volume of sea tales, "Where Angels
Fear to Tread."
- COUNTY TEMPLE.
Ang. 11. Alice Peterson to Charles
D. Nelm.s, lot 4, Johnson's add.. Rock
Jessie K. Taliaferro to Francis M
Sin net. lot 1, block 3, Sin net's add.,
Hock Island, $450.
12. Black Hawk Homestead Build
ing Loan & Saving association to In.
grid Sward, lot 1, block 2. Sweeney &
Jackson's Second add., Rock Island,
Anderw M. Reeves to Carrie D. Mc
Caviney, a 40 feet lot 18. block 3,
Ileal yTs subdiv.. 33, 18, lw, ?750.
Manstield M. Sturgeon to Kuirua
M. Stelck, s 5 feet n 35 feet lot 3,
block 4, Twentv-first street add.,
Rock Island, t'JO. .
Mansfield M. Sturgeon to Alfred II
Pollard, n 45 feet lot .5, and s 5 feet
lot 4, block 4, Twenty-first street add..
Rock Island, f 1,000.
Emma M. Stelck to Alfred II. Pol
lard, s 5 feet n 45 feet lot 4. block 4,
Twenty-lirst street add , Rock Island,
Edwin H. Berry to Sifford II. John
son, w 80 feet lot 11, block B. Edge
wood Park add., Rock Island, $050.
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lbs Kad Yaa flaw lHays Bc2
I looked into baby eyes of bine.
While my thouiclit were far away
Into beautiful orbs in whose liquid light
Bhone a life that was bounded by play.
But a grieved look came to tbe rosy lips
And a cloud o'er tbe lustrous ef,
As earth darkens a lien Lideth tlit run 70a away
And obscured is the blue of the skies.
I smiled in the dear little, pen live face.
But sbe gave me no answering smile.
And I wondered when (loan o'er my check ran
That had filled my sad eyes erstwhile.
And I thought bow strange that tbe baby eves
biiould behold what the world could not see,
For the wise had replied to the smile on my lips.
n bile tbe child heart responded to me.
- Hose VanU. Speece in Scranton Republican.
HOW WE GET OUR TEETH.
It Is aw Interesting and Somewhat
An eminent dentist is authority for
the following interesting explanation:
It would take too long to describe
the formation of the teeth, but it may
Interest you to know that the enamel
is derived in the first place from the
epithelium, or scarf skin, and Is in fact
modified skin, while the dentine, of
which the bulk of the teeth is com
posed, is derived from the mucous lay
er below the epithelium.
Lime salts are slowly deposited, and
the tooth pulp or nerve Is the last re
mains of what was once a pulpy mass
of the shape of the future tooth, and
even the tooth pulp In the old people
sometimes gets quite obliterated " by
calcerous deposits. The C2 permanent
teeth are preceded by 20 temporary de
ciduous or milk teeth.
These are fully erupted at about 2 or
2V2 years old, and at about 6 years of
age a wonderful process of absorption
sets in by which the roots of the tern
porary teeth are removed to make
room for the advancing permanent
ones. The crowns of tbe former, hav
ing no support, become loose and fall
One would naturally suppose that
the advancing permanent tooth was a
powerful factor in the absorption of
its temporary predecessor, but we have
many facts to prove that It has no in
fluence whatever. Indeed, the Interest
ing phenomena of the eruption and
succession of the teeth are very little
I may remark in passing that a child
of C, who has not yet lost any tern
porary teeth, has in its jaws, either
erupted or nonerupted, no fewer than
52 teeth more or less formed.
How They Dresa In Iarls.
Walk along the streets of Paris, and
you will see 100 simple citizens tricked
out in sucb a guise as in sober London
would make them ridiculous.
Is a ruau a poet? Then his hair is In
stantly long, his clothes are shabby and
fantastic, bis hat, with Its flat brim.
recalls the fashion of 1S30. Is a man a
painter? Then bis clothes proclaim
that he Inhabits Montmartre and that
he wanders up and down under the
skinny trees of the Boulevard Roche-
ebouart. Is a man a journalist? Then
he is what is called epatant and dines
for a reduced price at the Cafe Anglais.
Is a man a deputy? Then the imag
ination refrains from a formula; be has
a brougham, and be Is decorated, but
beyond this tbe eye of dogmatism can
Yet, whoever be be, he dresses the
part; be separates himself from the
bourgeoisie by a trick of costume and
gesture, and though no man ever pos-
sessed so brilliant a genius as the
young Frenchman assumes bis love of
acting instantly marks him out, and
the world Is so wisely accustomed to
his antics that a man who would be
mobbed In London marches up and
down Paris unobserved. London
Skatlnft on Water.
According to Professor J. Joly of
Trinity college, Dublin, a skater really
glides about on a narrow film of water
continually forming under the skate
and resuming the solid form when re
lieved of pressure. He shows that the
pressure uuder the sharp edge of the
skate, along the short portion of the
steel curve which is at any moment In
contact. Is great enough to liquefy a
thin line of Ice, and this gives the
skate its "bite." When the ice is very
cold, the pressure Is sometimes Inade
quate to reduce the melting point suf
ficiently, and then, as all skaters know,
it is difficult to make the skates bite.
For very cold ice Professor Joly rec
ommends "hollow ground" skates, be
cause the effective pressure Increases
with the thinness of the edge.
Not Kxactly Groirlug.
"Is your town growing?" asked the
Pittsburg man of a fellow traveler on
"Well, no; I can't say it's growing,"
was the reply, "not growing to speak
of, but It is Improving in its tastes
'You mean the people are assuming a
"I do sir. Yes, sir. We now get
bananas every day from Cincinnati,
and five out of six groceries keep shred
ded codfish and Limburger cheese. We
don't look for any building boom or in
flux of 6 tranters, but we'll bold our
own and gradually work up to electric
door bells and oysters on the half
shell." Philadelphia Press.
. "What are you stopping for, John? If
we don't hurry we'll miss our train!"
"You can go on If you want to. Maria.
I'm going to see how they get that
balky horse stared." Chicago Tribune.
Resolving too often not to worry
makes the resolution serve to remind
you that you have something to worry
about- Atchison Globe.
In some small Tillages the citizens
nerer air anything but their griev
ances. Galveston Newi
PLAGUE OF THE NIGHT.
Keeps Thousand of Feople In Rock Isl
Keeps yon awake; can't sleep a
Bad enongh if yon lose your rest.
But it's harder still to bear at work
Breeds misery by day, profanity by
Know what it is?
The bane of all classes of people
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island, says: "I had itching hemorrn
oids, and although I used a number of
different remedies, none of them did
me the least permanent good. 1 saw
Doan's Ointment advertized and got
a box at the Harper house drug store
I must confess I bad little faith in it
as I had tried so many different prep
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after using Doan's Ointment three
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In many instances it became chronic
and the old soldiers still sutler from
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Greene county. Pa., is one of these,
He uses Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
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For ftalet7 M. F. Bakasen, Oruffgist.
Fabllcatlon Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois.
County of Bock Hand, i
In the circuit court. September term, A. D.
Edward B. Kreis vs. "Wm. K. Stevens. Wm.
IX Stevens. Gertrude Stevens. Samuel C.
Hanna at d Geo A. Ouriinc. In chancery.
AfiiJavit of the non-resklenco of the de
fetdants. Wm. D. Steens. Gertrude Stevens,
Samuel C Hunna imple.ided with tbe aoova
defendi-n's, Geo. A. Darling and Wm. E. Stev
ens, harintr been tiled in h Clerk's ofllce
of the circuit court of said county, no
tice i-s hereby givm to the said non-rejudent
defendants t but the complainant has tiled his
blil of complaint in said court, on tbe chan
cery sids thereof, on tbe fifth day of August.
ly, and that thereupon a sammons issued
out of said court, wberein said suit is now
pending, returnable on the third Monday la tbe
m-onth of September next, as is by law re
quired. Now, tbere'ore. unless you. the sa'd' non
resident defendants abtve named. Wm L.
Stevens. Gertrude Stevens and Samuel C.
Hanna. shall personally be aud appear be
fore said circuit court, on the first dv of
tbe n-xt term thereof, to be holden at Rock
Island in and fortne said county, on the eib
teen'h day of September next.- and r-lead.
answer or demur to the said complainant s Kill
of complaint, the same and the matte-sand
things therein cbarired and stated will be
taken as confes-cd. and a decree entered
aeainst you according to the prayer of said
George W. Gambia, Clerk.
Rock Wand, Illinois. Aug- . IHyw
K il Guyek, Complaiuaut s Solicitor.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois, I
County of Kock Island f
In tbe circuit court, to September term, A. D.
189S. In chancery.
Herbert W. Gates vs. MargaretGates. General
Affidavit of the non-resldenea of Margaret-
Gates, tbe defendant above named, bavtng been
tiled in tbe clerk s office of said circuit courtof
Kock -island county, notice Is hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant tbai tbe com
plainant has tiled bis bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
10th day of August, isu9, wherein said su t is
now pending, and that a summons issued out of
said court against said defendant returnable
on the 1Mb day of September. A. D. as is
by law required. Now, therefore, unless you,
the said Mara-et Gates, shall personally be
and appear before the said circuit court, of
Kock Is and rounty. on tbe first day of the
next term tberof. to be holden at tbe court
nou e. in the ity of Rock Island, in said county,
on the lth day of September, A. I) 1S'.9. and
plead, answer or demur to s-ld complainant's
bill of complaint, tbe same and the matters
and things therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed, aud a decree entered.
against you according to the prayer of said
George W. Gamble, Clerk.
Lcdolph & RETSolJW.
August 10th, A. U. IS-U.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. (
Rock Island County. )
In the Circuit Court, September term, A. D.
Kd ward B. Kreis vs. J. Brooks Davis. Wm.
D. Stevens, Gertrude Stevens, Samuel C.
U an n a. und George A. Darling, in chancery.
ABldavtt of non-residence or tbedefendants,
Wm. H. Stevens. Gertrude Stevens and Sam
uel C. Hanna. Impleaded with the above de
fendants, .1. Hronks Davis and Geo. A. Darlins-,
having been tiled in the clerk's ofllce of toe
circuit courtof sa dcounty, notice is therefore
hereby given to the said uon-resldeot defend
ants hat the com plainant tiled his bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the 5th day of August. ISW.
and that thereupon a summons Issued out
of slid court, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable oa the third Monday in the month of
September next, as is by law required.
Now. unless you. thesiid non-re identdefend
ant s above named, shall personally be and ap
pear beforcsaidciroult com t. on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be holden at Kock Isl
and in and forthesaidcounty.ontbelP;h dayof
September next, and plead, answer or demur to
tbe said complainant's bill of complaint, tbe
same and the miners and things therein
charged and stated w 11 be taken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
gborue W. Gambt.e. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. August 4th, lu9.
li H. Gutek, Complainant's Solicitor.
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man. on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Kock Island. Permanent
positions. f Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween 5 and 1p.m.
WANTED SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper by a refined, middle-aited Ger
man lady. Address Mrs. Haus jbildt, 310 Harri
son street, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED EDGE
trimmers on women's work. Uood pay
and steady employment. Apply at once.
Kiveride Shoe Company, Dixon, ill.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who ean de
vote sufficient time to tbe business to make It
prontaoie. Aauress "Hi M.." AROC8.
VITA NTED AN EXPERIENCED SALES
v v lady to take orders for sn article of
food. Easy work and (rood py to tbe right
nui-ttf Atlili-naun A 11 A u. wu ,Tt ....
1' . - trj . .am v. - .... n V. , . ' V . .
TTTANTED ANY HONEST. CAPABLUL
II lndust io s man over US can obtain per
manent, protltuble and progressive employ
ment Dy sending name ana auaress to . O.
WANTED SITUATION BY HOUSE
keeper. Excellent economist and man
ager: trained in care of children. Good seam-
tress, uooa nome. Aaarrsa giving full par-
WANTED-WOMEN TO BIND DRESS
shirlds at borne. Only those havlnir km w.
ine machines need apply: steady work: dis
tance no atsaavaniaire: astc vour dealer ti
show you Kora Shields. Send 10c for cito-
loirae or worn. 1 ne nor a Bnieia company, 625
Broome street. New York.
TTTANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
v v isiana to tase oraers lor tbe celebrated
Staffer sewlni? machine. A No. 1 contrast
riven to right parties. Call on or address the
Singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
street, uavenport, towa. i
X A NTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
Vt monds. watches, iewelrv. hardware.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothinir. drv
good.s. furniture, etc. Highest cash orices
paid for second band goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half tbe usoal
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confident!!. His new number and location,
1323 Second avenue. Don't forget lu J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
IOR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
ixn s store, 101 second avenue. .
IOR RENT FURNIS H ED BOOMS WITH
oourj a. n i weniy secona street.
FOR RENT LARGE DOWN STAIRS
front room, first hojse back of the Union
"tXJR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS OVER
.Timuci - it i oevcuieentii street
and Fourth avenue.
XiVR RENT TWO FURNISHED TtOOMS
clou to buainee portion. Call kt ins? Second
Promote, ft luxunaM rrow i
Vever Falls to Snure Gray
HjU, to i IM VanLhrnl Cotr.
Pmr!l Imiulrafrftnd -1 II "J
DR. J. E. WAI-SH,
I-nte of Chicago, former
ly Surgeon-ln-t'bicfof St.
roar Per Cent Paid
LATERAL 0B REAL E3TATE SE0UEITI
H. S. Cable, Wm. Wilmerton
John Crubaugh, PbU Mitchell,
H. P. Hull, L. Simon,
K. W. Hurst, J M. Huford
UnHnltors Jaekaoa Ml Hanrt.
FOR RISNT UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN
quire at 22ZT!4 Fouttigavenue.
FOR SALE A SQUARE STEIWWAY Pi
ano at 1116 Fourth avenue. Price $50.
LOST A BUNCH OF KEYS YESTERDAY.
H-drr return to 421(1 Fifth avenue, and
FOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK RKSI-
dence with modern improvements. In-'
quire at 637 Seventeenth street. Terms lib
eral. FOR SALE A GOOD SECONDHAND UP
rigbt piano fur lets tb.n 7.Y AiB'i line
Jersey cow to trade foraplano. Address"!!,''
FOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
All kinds of fruit: irood buildings; near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon.
Gordon & Bowman,
TJIOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
X; farm near town. TxiUi of fruit. To be
told cheap to settle an entate. Hdre is a bar
gain cheap for eash. No trade. Gordon A
FOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTTV
of SO bushels or over at fio per ton. de
ivered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial honse barbershop, Kock
Island, or Enos James, Milan.
TJTOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
A? with about SO different slides, suitable for
Cling legal blanks or any description of papers
Ui fiat form to be kept In sbape for writing.
A comprehensive index connected. Just the
thing for any office with contracts, etc., to
lie. Address H. K. C, care of Tbiaiodi
FOUND A POINTER PUP. OWNER CAN
have same by calling at R. L It P. round
house. I OST A SMALL PEARL PIN BOMB
J where near fe center of town. Return
to Abuim ofllce and receive reward.
POUND HY ABE KOSEN FIELD, A GOLD
stick pin. Owner can have sime by paying
for this no. Ice at The ahul's oillce.
LOST ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
between Kltrbt-and-a-balf and Ninth ave
nues, a pair of nold spectacles. Finder will
please return to Thk A hods office.
MONET TO UfTVN -CTi TTEL MOOT
gage loans by W. H. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, witbout publicity or removal. Ha
also makes collections hard one a specialty
THE WORLD'S GREATEST TRANCE
medium and elairvoyant, Mrs. M C Allen,
located at 414 Main street, Davenport. Iowa.
This remark.ble medium c.n be consulted oa
all affairs of life. Sbe reads your past, present
and future like an open book. Can te.l your
thoughts and what troubles you. Her fees are
ft) cents snd uo. Hours, 10 a. m. to ft p. ni.
Send stamp for illustrated pampbiet with spe
CLAIRVOYANT MRS M. C. ALLEN,
parlor 418 Main street. Davenport. Ia.. for
3b days only. The wonder of the l!tb century.
Crowds consult her. Ah are hushed into dumb
bewilderment at her marvelous revelallorm of
the past, present and future. Arsiou unhap
py? Does another share the love and affentlon
that should belong to your Have you a friend
you trust and still doubt Do you feel that
something is wrong with the one you lovef
Are you anticipating a journey r Are you sat
isfied with your prenent, vocation? Have you
a speculation or lawMilt on bandf Have you
a mine or burled treasure you cannot locate r
Are you f ai ing In businexi? If call on tbi
gifted medium, fhe will guide you anubt in all
the affair of life. All lettcs promptly an
swered. Send stamp for Illustrated pamphlet,
with special terms, to Mrs. M. C. Allen. 41
Main street. Darrnport. Ia. Hours, 10 a. m. to
8 p. m.; leadings 50 cents and np.
mm g Dr. William Indian Plla
M Q Ointment wl. ire Blind
I 13 I PUlo-ding anu Itcbln
IJIJj B bPiles- Itabsorustbetumors,
Bal as a poultice, gives Instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indtan Pile Oint
ment Is prepared for Piles and Itch
ing of the private parts.- Every bos Is
warranted- By druerista. by osll oi e-
e!pt of price. M eeats and SI-OO. MIL Jtf
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