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A GAME APIECE
Is'anders Win Saturday and Ae
Defeated by Distillers
FOUR HITS FROM EASTMAN
Peoria Wins Sunday's Game In First
Inning Wilson Settles Down
Strikes Out Ten.
Hloomingon at Rock Island.
Davenport at Springfield.
Cedar Rapids at Decatur.
Peoria at Dubuque.
In the Islanders" failure to hit East
man. they were shut out by the trailers
yesterday with a score of .1 to u. Only
Yur hits were made, which were whol
ly insufficient to win a game even
against Pe-oria. The boys had hard
luck in getting s:arted right. In the
tiLh Vandiue started with a hit, but
three Ily-outs followed him. Carlisle
made the beginning in the sixth, but he
and Shaub were doubled up, which
practically ended the chances there.
In the eiglitii Wilson singled and ad
vanced on oik- from Wanner fumbled
by Graham. Willi the two on the bags
Carlisle hit one dnwii to Eastman who
threw to third base. Umpire Lawrence
was watching lirst base when the p;ay
was made-, but he called Wilson,
who had advanced t.i third, out.
while he was clearly safe. A fair de
cision here might have changed the en
ure complexion of the game !:at in
ning, as there would have been three
men 0:1 bases with Shaub up an I
It!lni , -;,.nll.
While this is the second distinct time
Lawre nce has let the Islanders down :i
a critical point, and while thy roast inv
he ;',,t from the grand stand may hav
:"'n wananted. t!i re was no exeti
for the rowdyism displayed afur Dim
uame. S. v ral from the bleachers
w. nt onto the grounds and began cir
cling around the umpire, but his safety
was assured, as there were enough
i resent who would have prevented anv
in In l'irt.
The Distillers woti in the first innins
'y piling up three scores. I'.efore Wil-
n ret tied down, Crahani, who whs
irst up. hit lor two bases. A hunt by
tJriiebner was b. at ti out and Kgan hit
one down to Wilson, but a pour throw
Home let lirahatii in. Linderheck hit
long on- to riijt field, wliich took a
bound away from .Shaub and was good
for three basis and two scores.
After those picky hits Wilson settled
lown and only four singles were made
o the close, and joint; of those were
cratches. In the seventh he passed
Kastman. who was advanced by Creub
tier and scored ou one from Kjiraii that
went into left field and 'dropped be
wetn Unity and Sweeney. In the
ighth JJi.sih hit a hot one down the
:hird base pne and he went to third on
ui error of Vandine 011 the thiow after
ielding ine from Keiin ly. A sacrifice
iy Smith sceired him. The score:
KOCK ISLAND. .I5 It. II Po A. II.
Wanner, 2b 4
Shanb. tf 4
Sweeney, s.-: 2
.icter. lb :;
lllby. If 4
Vandine. ob 4
Cng. c 1
Ic(Vnin il. c
Wilson, p 4
To' a 1.-, ol
Jraham. I'b ."
II 1 1 II II
11 11 1 n 1
H II II J 0
! 1 U 1 i
11 11 1 ii 0
" 1 3 t)
fi 11 ;i u it
u 11 l 11 11
0 1 ii 2 2
" 1 2 1 11
ft n PO. A. K.
1 2 r, 2 I
112 3 0
1 1 2 :'. 1
1 2 "
I 2 3 n
II 11 2 i 0
0 i : 11 n
11 1 11 11
1 " 2 0
: 7 27 1" 2
Inn bner, ss . . . .
'.inderbeck. cf . .
'letlie. lb :;
S-ore by innings:
Stock Island 11 " " " '1 " " 1
Peoria " " " " " " 1 1 "5
Two base hi' (irahani. Three base
lit Linderbt ck. P.'s. .- nil UaiN OfT
Wilson. : off I-Ia -1 m .1 u . r. Struck out
-by Wil.-ou. 1: by Ka.-tman. 1. Sa
;tice hi's "arlis!e. (!ni liner, KeTine-
6 O'CLOCK DINNER
Watch Tower Park
Fine Movinj Pictures Every
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Fri
day and Sunday.
H. E. Krell.
Both 'rhnaea- Manager.
dy (2). Smith. Stolen base Horne.
Time 1:35. Umpire Lawrence.
Wilson's strike out record yesterday
is worthy of notice; nine In the first
four innings, and a total of 10.
Lawrence's decision cut off at least
two scores and nobody knows how
many more, for when the Indian goes
up he goes up right.
Who in fandom can remember hack
to the time when Eastman ever took
a game from the Islanders before?
Wanner and Vandine both did clever
fielding stunts yesterday. Wanner got
his man and Vandine held his on first
by knocking down one of those hot
That's two for you Lawrence, at cri
Too many errors and not enough hits
Eng was hit on his throwing wing in
the fourth and McConuell took his
BlowmlnRtoa. 2: Ouhnqar, I.
Dubuque. Iowa, Aug. 21. Cook"
wilj throw- of a bunt to second allowed
the runner and the batter to score.
DUIH QLE. R. H. r a. E.
Thiery, rf n u e
Hadiey, ss u 0 ;; 1 .
Iavidson, If 1 u u
liuelow. ) i) u 7 o 11
Iteajran, cf 0 1 2 ) t
Hughes. 2b o 1 5 4 e
Reitz, ib o 11 i) 1 (i
sark, c 0 n s 1 0
-'k. p 11 1,0 3 j
Totals 1 4 27 l:; 1
ULOOMINCTON. It. H. P. A.E.
Kennedy, If 1 1 u 0 (i
ass. cf 1 n 1 it 11
Herbert. Mb 0 1 1 11
Walu rs, 2i) n 0 1 4 1
Smith, lb (t 11 12 l
liagel, rf 0 2 l u n
Snyder, ss (.) 1 5 1 1
OK, c 0 0 7 1 1
Kinsella, p 0 0 0 (3 0
Toials 2 1 27 17 C
Score by innings:
Diibuoiie' 11 ti I) 11 11 11 11 n 1
1.1 Kimington ,...0 0 2 on 0 11 0 11 2
P ises on balls Off Cook. " off Kin--clia.
Ualk Kinsella. Struck out
Hy tok, (j; by Kinsella, S. Umpire
lusack. Time 1:4".
ednr HnpiiN. 1; SrlaKllell. 1.
Springfield. 111.. Aug. 2 1 . Hridge.s'
vildness and the vi.-itors' opportune
tutting won the last game, of the series
for Cedar Itapids. The locals had won
six straight. Score:
HPRLN'd FIELD. R. jp R A. E
Lippert, cf 11 1 1 J
Kbeits. IP) o 11 ,
Wriglit, II) 0 2 11 11 ii
Jacobs, rf J 1
Novacek. If u o
111, II I j
EbriKht, 2b .. n 5 t
Ludwig, c o 0 j ; 0
Ilridges, p 0 (1 1 1 11
Toials 1 4 27 1G 2
la is. If ! 4 0
Spencer, 3b 0 t 1 j
11:. . "
IlllJie.-,, ei 1 (, n
Cameron, lb 0 n 12 0
Derham. rf 0 ( 2 0 0
'an, i 1 ;j J
IJerry c l 1 ; 0 0
Herte. ss n u 1 5 0
Stauffer, p 11 u 0 5 n
Totals 4 G 27 IS 1
Score by innings:
Springfuld 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 2 0 (1 1) 0 11 24
Two base hits Himea. Pali (21.
Perry. liases on balls Off bridges, 0;
off Stauffer. 2. Struck out py Bridges,
3; by Stauffer, 3. Time 1:4. I'mpire
Krn Itrrnk for Tlrcnlnr.'
Decatur, 111., Aug. 21. Decatur broke
even in a double header with Daven
port. Hardy pitched good ball in the
lirst game and won handily. Syfert al
so did well in the second contest, but
was unlucky. Hughes could not be
found when hits were needed in the
Decatur ..'I ' 0 2 2 0 0 0 4 S 2
Davenport 0 0 n 11 u 1 1 0 0 2 a I
Patterns. Hardy and O'Connor; Lel
ivelt and Harlow.
SECOND (J A ME.
Decatur .. h 0 I 0 0 n 1 ii 2
Davenport 0 o 2 o 11 1 0 0 ?' S 15
Pa't ries S fert and O'Connor;
Hughes and Nieman.
Although the hits were 10 to 5 in
favor cf the Islanders Saturday, they
'"frated Peoria by one score, '.i to 2.
All of their scores were made in the
first inning on a double by Wanner,
single by Shaub and three-base hit
by Sweeney, starting out in exactly the
same manner Ptria did yesterday. A
three base hit and a long fly to cen
ter by Kennedy brought Rijris in hn
the fourth and in the eighth Egan
reached lirst cn a fielders' choice and
scored on a double by Liuderbcck. The
HOCK ISLAND. AP. It. !. TO. A. E
WsniKr. 2b 1 1 2 2 4 1
Carlisle, cf 3 n 1 4 1
Shaub. rf 4 1 1 1
Sweeney, ss 4 1 1 1 2 0
Lister, lb 4 0 1 H 0 0
Rubv. If 3 0 1 0 0 0
Vandine. Sb 3 'V 1 2 2 0
McConnrll. c 3 0 2 0 2
I-jkaff. p 3 o o 11 2 1
Totals 31 3 10 27 13 2
PEORI A. AP. R. H. PO. A. E.
Gruebner. ss 4 2 2
Graham. 2b ,4 2 1 S 0
E:an. 3t 3 1 4 o
I.iaderbeck, cr 4 1 - " 0
Riggs. If 4 1 1 1 0 V
Kennedy, rf 4 - M
COVERED IN 1:02
B. F. Dingley Gives Record to
IN POPE TOLEDO MACHINE
Was 10-Mile Race Record Made in
Seventh Mile Hageboeck Wins
All previous records for speed at the
Davenport mile track were broken Sat
urday afternoon when B. F. Diniey in
his celebrated Pope-Toledo machine,
covered a mile in the remarkable fast
time of 1:02 2-5. This feat was ac
complished with a regular stock car
and not with a specially designed racer
as many imagined who witnessed tne
As each mile was announced by
Starter Joe Herbert.it was greeted with
applause. Mr. Dingley covered the
first mile in 1:A4 find did net reach his
maximum sjeed of 1 :02 2-5 seconds un
til the seventh heat of the lo-mile race.
The WlnniiiK Marlilnc.
The auto driven by Mr. Dingley
as a I)pe-To!edo entered by the Hav
enport Au'.o company and was a 3'i
horse power machine. The other entry
.11 the same race was a Icoinobile,
alto from the Davinport Auto compa
ny, but only of 20 horse power. This
machine was driven by P. F. Peterson
A lio was given a half mile handicap on
account of the variance in the propel
ling power of the two autos.
Mr. Dingley covered the. 10 miles in
10:; 4 4-', the time f.r the single miles
in succession being as fol'.ows:: 1:01.
1:03 2 ".. 1:0:; 2-5, 1:04. 1:0 1 1-5, 1:03.
1:02 2-5, 1 ::. 1:03 2 a. 1:03.
The firs; event upon Saturday after
noon's program was the five mile race,
Jl.ooii and under class. This race was
wtm by the Moline machine entered by
the Moline Automobile company and
driven by Paul Andree. He won the
lirst heat in S:41 3-f and the second
one in S :.").
In the five mile motorcycle race
there were three starters, these being
Vrthnr Hughe, L. .1. Gamble and Mr.
Vollertsen. The latter won the first
he-u in s : i; Mr. Gamble was see
on l in this hat and Mr. Hughes came
in last by reason of a broken chain.
TrMlty Cnr Ilnro.
The third n:re was: a lO-inib event
tor Tri-Ciiy cars. This was won by
Dr. A. L. Ha;;edio.'ck. who proved him
self tei be one of the very best chauf
feurs: in tliis section of the country.
The' manner in which he sped his ma
chine and hu.gsed the railing in coming
around the curves, surprised even his
most intimate friends who have always
regarded him ;is an expert with the
Paul Andree with the? Moline auto won
the first heat, but in the second and
1 bird heats was no match for Dr. Hage
hoeck, who, with his lxxromobile, flew
around the track like a wild buffalo
upon the prairie. He' covered the 10
miles in the second heat in 13:25 1-5
and the pi miles in the third heat in
1 3 : 23 2 r.
The obstruction race for touring
cars was won by Dingley in his Pope
Toledo in 57 seconds. S. W. Towle, in
a Rambler took the novelty rare.
Home, lb 3 0 0 12 0 0
Smith, c '. 3 0 1 3 2 o
Jaeger, p 3 n u 1 (J n
Total.; 32 2 5 24 17 0
Score by innings:
Rock Llaud 3 0 0 0 0 0 u (1 -3
Peoria 0 0 0 l 0 n 0 1 0 2
Two bate hits Wanner (2, Carlisle,
Lindeibeek. Three base hits Swee
ney, Risgs. Pases on balls Off I.a
kaff. 3; off Jaeger, 1. Struck out By
Iikaff. 7; by Jaeger, 1. Double plays
Kpan -Gruebner Horne: Carlisle-Lister
Wild pitch Jaeger. Time 1:3'. Um
pire Uvv re' n co.
Other iiliirilny linmrn.
At Springfield Springfield won both
pames. Ruger started out nicely in tho
first game and Cedar Itapids looked
like a sure winner, as they had knock
ed Britlsen out of the box in the first
inning, but linger weakened after the
fourth and Springfield won out. Lyman,
a young pit-her from Pittsfiell, 111.,
was put in tne box for Ci-dar Rapid.-,
for the second game and he was hit
hard. Ball did nice hitting and fielding
in both game ami I limes made a sen-.-atlonal
Springfield ! 11 0
tvdar Rapids 7 10 1
Batteries Bi it t sen. Weisenbergtr
and Ludwig; Ruger and Berry.
Springfield - 13 1
Cedar Rapids 1 4 1
Batteries Morton and Ludwig; Ly
man and Berry.
At Decatur Edwards pitched in
splendid form and the visiters could b
nothing with him, securing but live
Patterit.- Edwards and
.5 12 1
.0 5 3
Biker. MeGreevy and Xteman.
At Dubuqut Blooinington's loose
playing and bases on bails gave pu
buque an easy victory:
Dubuque 12 II 5
BlMuiingten 2 7 4
Batteries Swalni and Stark; Selby.
Smith and Donovan.
If you want a smooth, clear complex
ion, take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea this month. Bright eyes and red
lips follow its use. 3oc Tea or Table's
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island .52 40
Dubuque 4r 41
Decatur 51 44
Bioomington 4S 4'
Springfield IS l
Davenport 15 P
Cedar Rapids 43 53
Peoria r.G 51
Philadelphia :o II
Chicago 55 41
Cleveland 57 44
Ne w York 51 !'.
Boston 13 4I
Detroit 10 51
Washington 31 i
St. Louis 3 7 05
.5 1 .
. 1 0 i
W. L. Pet.
New York 7'. 32 .701
Pittsburg ft 41 .027
Philadelphia t:i 4. .5H5
Chicago i!2 4S .5CI
Cincinnati 5 52 .527
St. !.uis '. 42 7o .375
Boston 37 75 .330
Brooklyn 34 74 .315
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 7 40 .r.;i
Milwaukee 74 44 .r.27
Minneapolis ii. ."
Louisville 02 50
Indianapolis 55 t'2
St. Paul 53 1.2
Toledo 41 i3
Kansas City . . .
.35 73 .307
W. L. Pet.
Evansviile . .
South Bend .
Springfield . .
70 4 1 .017
03 52 .54S
...01 51 .515
... 2 53 .533
On 55 .522
51 5S .1S2
15 07 .IC2
...10 75 .318
W. 1. Pet.
Pes Moines 72 33 .043
Denver 05 40 .50
Sioux City 58 43 .542
Omaha 57 43 .53
Pueblo 41 02 .39S
St. Joseph 1 73 .2S2
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock island, 11 ; Peoria. 5.
Bloomington, 2; Dubuque, 1.
Cedar Rapids, 4; Springfield. 1.
Decatur. I; DaveniHirt,
Davenport, 0; Decatur, 1 (second
A M E R I C A N LEAGUE.
Chicago, 2; New York. 1 ( innings ).
St. Louis, 3; Philadelphia, 2 (first
St. Lends, 0; Philadelphia, I (second
N A T I O N A L L E A G U 1 0 .
No games scheduled.
A M ERICA N A SSOCI A TI ON.
Milwaukee, 11; Toledo, S (first
Milwaukee, 1; Toledo, 3 (second
Indianapolis, 10; Minneapolis, 3 (first
Minneapolis, 0; Indianapolis, 0 (sec
Columbus, 5; Kansas City, 1 (first
Columbus, 3; Kansas City, 1 (second
Louisville, 4; St. Paul. 2 (first
Sr. paid. 1; Ixmisville, n (second
Denver, K; Des Moines, 5 (first
Pes Moines, 12; Petiver, 3 (second
Omaha. 3; Pueblo. I.
Sioux City, 3; St. Joseph, 1 (first
St. Joseph. 2; Sioux City. 1 (?cond
Dayton. 0; Terre Haute, 5.
Springfield. 5; South Bend, 0.
Wheeling. 1; Evansviile, o.
Canton. 0; Grand Rapids. 3.
LAWRENCE LET OUT
AS LEAGUE UMPIRE
General Work Merc Sealed His Fate
Yesterday saw the last i, Lawrence
as umpire. This morning a dispatch
frem President Holland relieved him
from duty. Although ne official pro
test has been made from this city it
Hi'fiiis that his wejrk here decided his
Bill Kre-ig came here todav to take
Lawrence's place. Kreig has been at
outs with the league- niansgeme-nt
through a misunderstanding, but i.
bac'k in geod standing and will be em
the regular staff now.
While kicking on the umpire come?
with poor grace as a rule, and it mux!
be admitted Rock Island did not k
serve to win yesterday, the performan
ces of Lawrence- while he officiated
here cannot be- overlooked. Whether
he wa,s contaminated by influences in
Davenport, where he stayed, or what
other motive he had is unknown, but it
has. been an undisputed fact thai h
rubbed it Into Rock Island at critfeal
tin,es. Yefcterday there was every in
dication that the turning point 'of th
game was at hand, but Lawrence's ele-
eision mi Wilson at third cinched a
shutout. On other occasions he favor
ed Rexk Island almost as flagrantly,
but it was always when there was little
It is to be hoped the exhibition of
rowdyism yesterday will no: be repeat
ed here. There was no occasion for it.
The re' could be no occasion for it. The
majority ef the spectators roundly
condemned it :muI some expressed
themselves as re-ady to j'ssist Sheriff
Heider and the other officers who
playd such a commendable part in
preventing violence, should the.' occa
BREEZES FROM FANS
Kind We Liked. Manager McKar
land brought his Commodore's into
town before- noon today and reported
everything in shape except in the
catching department. Lemon had two
lingers unjninted in one of the Rook
Island game's and had to be benched,
while O'Connor, though he h:ts a split
hand, went in. According to McFar
land. the-re is no othe r cause" for worry.
He- says Barry pite-be-d goeid ball, but it
.eenie'd to be- the kind the Islanders
liked and he could gie no other rea
sem for the lambasting of tlie Boston
candidate. De-cat ur Review.
The Way They Feel. The Blooming
ton Bulk-tin exclaims: "Anything to
beat Decatur, say we. Still it is about
a tossup betwe-e-ii hv Commodores and
ihe Islanders. Both towns ;:ct mucker,
ish. The Rock I.-land spectateirs and
team are all right bit the manage-1
ment i"- "persona nen grata here. S
far as is known the D 'catur manage
ment is all light but beyond that we dj
net care to say. Dubuque should have
t he pi nn:int."
Two Dropped. Decatur h;.:s released
Catcher Shea, who was not 'hough' a ;
fast as Lemon, and Peoi ia ha.; re lease d
Pitcher Maidm, a r vent acquisition
from the American .Wofiat i n. He
was not thought fa ofiongh -for (he
Is a Rock Islander. Clyde- Horne,
who is playing first for IVoria. learned
the rudiments of the game- in Rock I I
and, having lived he re up to four years
ago. He- covers his po. ition we ll and
if he- develops iii.s batting e-. b'
should become a fixture on li e team.
Give Them Baseball. You e-ou'd :-
the faces of the' fans light up as Un
horses left the track, the fence came
down and the- ball players got into ac
tion. Hois.- raciio; may be the king
of sjMirts but this town is a ba. ball re
public 51 weeks in the year. Dratur
Henry County Rooters Come. B-
cause of the promise that Neal, of At
kin.i'n. we hi M piten lor ne i.ianu-r
to lay a bunch of 2 Hnry county rexit
ers came down to se e the- gam'.
Kreig Was Once an Islander. Bill
Kie ig. who arrived to umpire h re t
day is no stranger in Rock Island, hav
ing been a m'-mbor of the ictoriou-
liK-al Western a ---iatie.:i team 12
years ago. and has since efteti h- n
here as manager of Terre IIhu"-. If
ie is as g o I an umpire as he- was a
bail player in his day. there' will be- no
Helping Good Cause. Ever; body
help ng incr'-a'-c the benefit fund for
Hank V.'a!"-ts by buying tickets for
the games Wednesday. The Smokers
? f!G) T O
(UI &U 0
and the Islanders will play first, and
then the- regular game with the Bloom-e-rs
will take place. All d this go
for ne price' ef admission and th
money goes te the fund fir the injured
IN HEN'S HANDICAP
C. C. Jamieson Won Last Preliminary
at Rock Island
C. C. Jamieson wein th final pre
liminary for the men s handicap cup
on the Rock Island arsenal golf links
Saturday. Ariio Mitchell secured the
lowe-st score with S3. The final matches
began this afternoon. Following are
Oross. He'p. Net.
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...H'2 21 7S
...102 21 7S
... H2 12 Sn
...Bl 24 S
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. . . 1Ti 24 SI
. . . It2 10 S2
s:: . . S3
... 1'2 S3
H3 10 S3
lo.l 22 S3
SI . . SI
its it si
10:1 25 SJ
s;i t so
l"'.l 21 So
110 2.1 sr.
. ... so . . so
... fis 12 so
...mi 17 s7
. . . m:i 22 s?
...123 ::j ss
...pu 12 s:
....mi 12 s!
. . . I'm 10 ei
. . 1 li 2'i '.in
...11.1 25 yo
...110 2.1 Il
...121 3'i M
...P'S 15 3
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...mi .. mi
.113 . . 113
Adb r. B. F. Peek.
A. Bainar l. J. W
C. Jamb-son . . .
John Samue ls
G. A. Price
G. M. Bechtel
I locker French . . .
E. C. Mueller
C. C. Williams . . .
C. P. Skinner
J. N. Van Patten .
W. B. Mixter
Otto Hull, r
A. H. Me-Caudl -ss
Oswald Schmidt -
J. D. Cady
W. J. MeCullough
E. B. Hay ward . . .
Harry Aiu-worih PU
W. D. Middle!. m .
Louis llanssen. Jr
G. II. Stewart . . . .
W.' II. Snider
C. J. f'ooper
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J. II. Trimble, c.
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Present. Uncle- Jo.b
ill bis r l.i'ive s w;re- at
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i'i.- 1.111m,.-, in t legiit ari l entertained
a fair-size'd audiep.ee-.
A few counterfeiter.; have lately
been making and trying to sell imita
tions of Dr. King's New Diwovery for
Consumption, Cough and Celdo, and
oilier tiie-diciii'-s, thereby elefrauding
the- public. This Is to warn you to hi;
ware? of such, people, who seek to prof
it, through stealing the rcputa'inn if
reine .iies which have hern successfully
curing disease-, for over 35 ycarB. A
sure protec'.ion, to you. is eiur name en
the wrapper. Iook for H. en all Dr.
King's or Bucklen's remedies, a.i all
others are men Imiiatioin. H. E.
B'lckle-n Co., Chieago, III., and Wind
B-dilv pain lo-e-i Hb terror if
you've a lotIe of Dr. Thomas' Ee lectric
oil in the h(.T '.-. Infant relief in ca-e
ef burn-, ru'.i, sprain'-, accidents of
shattered nerves. Givcahcalihy
rcd rJ- checks. Puts (
ft.-'hrn thin children. T.,Ui
pimples, rI.c. Ask your d
t r t f n i '. h"' i
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