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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2. 1011.
Harned & Von Maur Will Add Three Stories to Their Davenport
Store Building, Giving Them a Floor Area of 89,500 Square Feet
fifes 3? w&wm.
M$&g flag pmtolttf
I.'r. crtpc rt's iiroj-'res-.o.
-s ils faith ia that
51 . e cu:i ..orr:-; .- ..o . i;
citv':; f'.iti rc ;ri ts i?
an iHd it ion t it - t-r
building. While tl.
occupied was eriCH-
uticn to ertvt
building now :
but 1 '.I years
ago a rapid development of business
has made if inad ;uf t" for needs.
Tiie ireli!rir:::ry o; r:tt ions have al
ready begun, and before many weeks
three-r-iorv s:-el and brick add.-
tion wiil begin to rise from tiio top
of the present building. When com
pleted if wiil be the most modern
department store building in
sectiy:i. and wiH hae a total
area of s ft . 5 '" square feet, which , for the first year and a half an ad- ence. Tlie worid is the field of re
Is equivalent to a storeroom nearly ditional 20x75 foor room was added. ! se arch for the modern merchant and
n city Mock square. In ls92 an addition was made to the 1 products of all nations of the earth
The interior of the store will be ' building, which doubled the floor. are his study.
rearranged, many of the departments !
will be enlarged and the locations '
will r: chantprt 1 n nrrlor to ipc;i re
the most practical and up-to-date . months the proposed addition will that the satisfied customer and em
ideas in the matter of fixtures an ex-; be finished, giving a floor space of ploye are potential assets in its suc
perienced store fixture architect has , nearly 60 times that of the original , cess.
been engaged to plan and supervise ', store. Corresponding with this! Harned & Von Maur believe
the' construction of fixtures. A mod-(growth stocks have been broadened "Every year a better year in Daven
ern system of ventilation will keepiand new ones added until now every-"port."
Today's Market Quotations
By wire from E. W. WaRner Co., ;
membrm of Chicago Board of Trade. ;
Grain, rroMs:or.3. stock?, aiyi cotton, j
Local onice at liock Island house. Kock i
Inland. IV.. Chicago office. 9S-99-1D-). 1
Board of Trade. Uocal teiephoi-e. No. 1
west 330. j
Chicago, Jan. 24 Grain: The wheat i
world Is badly mixed in sentiment, j
Two bull partieB are operating. One j
of them operates largely on euch con- j
dit'ons as the present when other co-;
teries are Indifferent and large general
buying and selling waves are not a
feature. The buying movements of .
tti. leader must be watched carefully. ;
Corn and oste are in a sound, purchaa- .
able condition ,and the 1910 com crop j
Is being splendidly and swiftly con-!
Provlfilors: Although only a quiet
& . . . 1. . 1
uauc ti ciperiencra, uie general ;
tone waa healthy nr.d steady, notwlth
Btsndlnn the fsct that local sentimenr ;
continued of a pessimistic chnrncter
rnd the exiiicr.icms from manufactur
era fire reported to be of the same
Hog receipts are disappolniir-g, b.;;
flic purchMf8 of yeKtcrday's iiberr.l re
ceipt helpcJ buys to temporarily n-i-Sume
Ind-ffrelH c, except when ihey
bad a voice in prlcn r.iektns.
BOARD OF TRA05 TRANSACTIONS.
May, 99. ttV 9R.
For 11 EiooJ and Skia Diseases
act a ntetl ltsa::a Bit Part R;tf Cicter
Uad!ca! eijwris evvyera rccocnUe th
bluttd-puntyw proMnies t Red Ciovar
Blossoms. lira b:ood masns perfect
he<h. Oat some find stay well by using
tills aliCpierauiaaythiU purines t::ebioul,
Lat as at4 ra lyMlt kitisj fiiMfmn 4
paopla !. aava luwd aw4bai s'xuact tor
mmd otaar 4, mm ot taa blaoo,
Ask jtmx ara(ist for Naa&ua'p Extract
Bemd tmdttfarfrtm sae-M
0. KUDttAJTSSCkS. latsaa. UUum. CUagt
ihe s;ir in the building always clf-ari
at:d wholesnnie, lxiakini it hr::lt!iful
for bcth mstoniers and cuipiLvts.
J here will bo rest rooms for the pub-
lie. There wiil alt-o lie a system f
lockt rs, rest reams n:vl iunrh roc in a cotoniunity; a factor in its growth,
fo;- employes. A system of rapid pas- A modern store helps more than any
soiu'Pi1 elevators will be nst i-.llori. To other one influence to develop manu
facilitate the handling of rackiiros : facture, and by economy of distribu
ting out a special conveyer system tion v. icons the list of comforts and
wiil be employed. luxuries of the mass of the people,
This magnificent bn:td;nt is the arnl makes th? l:iy:ng of goods abso-
.culmination ft 24 year-; of success-
I'll merchandising. Hc:rr;eil & Von ! ienced. Merchandising has risen
Alanr opened their fi rst e'or. then above the plane of mere storekeep
llarned. Pursel & 'n laur, in ing; and a modern store must be
1SS7. at the corner i f Second and more than a bartering place. The
this Prady streets, in a little room 20x75 1 business of assembling and distribut
flcor feet. At the end of each six months ;jng goods lias developed into a sci-
space. In 1S9S the pres?nt building
nt Second and Harrison streets was
erer ed . Within the etis'iir. eicht
July, 957i, S5". 93, 33.
May, 50 'J, f.0', i, 5 50.
July, 51l4. SI1,. 51, 51.
May, 34,. 34. 34;.
July. 34. 34, 34fc, 34'.
May. 3S.50, 1S.C5. 18.30. 1S.32.
January. 9.37. 10.07. 9.97. 9.97.
May, 9 $2. 9.90. 9 S2, 9 S2.
January. 10. C2, 10.77, 10.72. 1"'.7:
May, 9.S5. 9 92. 9.55. 9. S3.
IN GRAIN MARKETS.
ket orened firmer on lighter offerings 1
::nc: nrmcr Arr.ericnn canies. j.aier
rdrnr.rpn lx-tth rrt nrlnrtnal I
strength in siercn. in wnicn snorts cov-:
,.rf1 ,,, hv vht err,
ic the I'nlted Kingdom and firmness of ;
spct. Buying was encouraged by the
unfavorable reports from Argentine, i
lac-k of pressure to sell Argentine car- i
poei ar.d parcels, and the firmer Aus
tralian r.nd Maniioba offers, and expec
tations of liberal decrease ir. the Kuro
Iean isiblt. The Kuropean crop ou-lo'-k
coininues fnvorable, ai.d Kus.la Is
ont;riz:g fretiy, and this checked the
advance. At mid-day the market was
firm Bini to 1 higher, with the prom
'a.fT; siuport in March.
Corn at the opening of the market i
as sieady and unchanged, letter the!
American f rade advanced on fewer :
American offers and a better demand
j for trot.
j Cora 'i to '-j iower,
Oais steady to higher.
No change i;i cash; slow demand; ro
mprevemeui ia fiocir sslet--, pii trade
Brcis;rie:s C S. Visible.
TLis week decrease 1 iat
week decrease t"0,K a, last jear iti-
rease 43 Old.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wbeat No. 2 r 9tj l.M, No. 2 hw
tisCKct, No. 3 hw -7i&3. No. 1 fia
loTi No. 3 r.s lnhfrlVa. No 3 r.s
.tifi 107 '-4. No. 2 s t?i 165, No. 3 s
.7Q lt "L v: Sift 101, durum 62 5; 94.
.orn rso. 2 u. 4. ji4.",,
.?. 2 y 4 7 & 47:. Np;
; thing for women and children and
niany things for men and practically
everything t'fir the home is carried.
A progressive store is a conven-i
iem e and a benefit to the people of j
lutely sufe to eve'; ibe most inexper-
j The theory and practice of the j
; Harned & Von Maur store s fair 1
: rtenliti and a recognition of the fact'
w 45g45'4. No. 3 y 4545, No. 4 44
f44Vi. No. 4 w 44S44M:, No. 4 y 44
44v2. Pgm 42'i'7I43. sgy 43.
Oats No. 2 32iJi323i, No. 2 w 335;
No. 4 w 32'
St. Louis Cash.
Wheat slow and steady.
No. 2 r
103. No. 3 r 100 102.
Vhf-at opened lc higher; closed
Corn opened 1 2 higher; closed l to !
com 7i '
Qats ... "10
Today. Week. Year.
4S 39 S4
C5 SI 224
r,,m"' movement. '
R?cS shiI,ment8!ated first at De Pauw university and
Yiar ago . . ,
Corn todav ,
. . HJ.ftoj)
Jio.s today 1S00: Wt over 3JM.W h?s nr n ' GreT God !
" 1 Success." It brought him royalties and
LICAI TLJ AQQIIPCni'' reBlrn'd from "newspaper 'work to
tML I II HOC U nCL! devote himself to fiction and the maga
There, it roiiiing mtites one feel
so uoud rs m r.!l! ih.i ;
seeaoa a Mrou l,.na-l.
robu.x UeUU and such an experSet'e ,
tan be yours oicLiv felW if vnn'ii'
. , . '
""'. iKt- ii bi.ort course or
CTfliL'ir'H RITTCDO 1
w w"'"' " 'UIIO i.
't old- anil ir.!.
"Icm we U utll .s jnur Mo.nwii."
heii b io i's iSP Vhv r.- .i ' S-'tcding up at a bigh desk. Hi3 dailv ! "e of Dr. Kert.y' Kidnrr fllli at your: llglin caurrn i i re is in n,ir- , r,a,i,- l,,, re-d o; the up-. r.,i
ueaun .o us Aby no. try uie ' - .druKsii'. nd ,.e n difrrenr , In nally, acting directly upon the blood 'T" montns. of ,m, pe,
pian ioclay It ia for Indiyehticn. ' 8 Gj'le a"d he WiS Just "tro'.l- ,urlf In 24 l.our.. If you think t'nls Hn ',., ,urtflfM tt th ,.vstpm I Hrly rm. pr-p-ratloi,. now ol,.lr a
liy ie ..f-r anetitr itpu I.:,. , 18 over to the club for a little recrea- ' t(" f"r '"" eUev-. ,,mt aik . "na mucous surTaces or tne ssiem. ; ,,r ,Ut. pi,yi,-in n1 p,ti,.-
t-i'-, - - nr, iinriiiH,!. .. . , ! your lruirlt for a free hannpo na-k- Testimonials sent free. Price 7T , carv 'iop (in Keal1 pa' tmie-a wit
t iiHUntid iifti iiih r -nni niiari ... .t i - f : unirrj t o fait, jum cri s 2c Laric- i .. ... . . , . , . .
t Oj cned strong to 5c higher. Mixed
' T.TO'fzT.PS, good heavy 7.80$ 7.90, rough
7.65 7.75, light 7.70 -7.95. e
Cattle 4.000; steady.
Sheep 25.000; steady.
Tomorrow Hogs 27,000, cattle 17.
000, sheep 26,000.
Hogs steady at yesterday's best.
Mixed 7.657.95, good 7.80117.90,
rough 7.607.75. light 7.657.92, pigs
7.651?$.05, bulk 7.807.90.
Cattle Beeves 4.73(S'7.50. cows 2.60
6.10, stockei-s 2.855.75, Texans 4.50
cT5.40, calves 7.50(9.25.
Sheep market steady; 2.504.40,
Hogs closed weak to 5c lower. Mix
ed 7.657.90, good 7.757.90, rough
7. 60-57.70. light 7.607.S5.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 14.000 12.000 12.000
Omaha S,2"0 6,500 9,700
St. Louis 9,noo
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 27,000 17,000 26,0"'0
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Jan. 24. Following are
quotations oh tno siock market today:
Union Pacific 175't
V. S. Steel preferred 11 ST
T S Rffipl rnmrrmn 77 7.
Rock Island preferred
Rock Island common
New York Central
Northern Pacific ,
Louisville & Nashville
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Chesareake & Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Transit .
Baltimore & Ohio
Lehigh Valley 17S
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Jan. 24. Following are the quota
lions on the local market coday:
Live Poultry cj'd hens, 10c; springs,
10c pound: ducks 18c per pound; geese
10c pound; turkeys iSc pound.
Fresh eggs, 32c.
Potatoes, per bushel, C5c.
Butter, dairy 2Sc; creamery 31c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 52c.
Forage Timothy hay, $15 to 517.50.
clover hay. $15; straw. $S.
Wood $4.50 per load.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Sales on Market square in last 24
Oats, three loads at 30c and 32c.
Corn, 12 loads at 50c and 5:!c.
Hay. five loads at $17 and $17.50.
Wheat, one load at 90c.
SIX WOUNDS; YET
HE MAY BE SPARED
tContinuer' from Pape One.
tention in the well dressed Goldsbor
j ough, w ho was walking in the opposite
I direction from Phillips. There was no
! argument as they met. no quarrel, no
! opportunity for self-defnse. The shiny
barrel of the pistol glinted in the sun
shine, a thin haze of powder spat from
the muzzle and the patter of the shots
punctured the air with great rapidity.
Phillips staggered, but did not fall.
He lurched against the iron railing that
surrounds the clubhouse yards, with
one hand to his body and the other
grasping for support. Satisfied that he
had been successful, the assailant fired
the seventh bullet into his own brain
and toppled over before anybody could
I.IVKI AT SOCIALIST SCHOOL.
After the arrival of the coroner the
body of Goldsborouga was taken to a
police station, where it was identified
by Algernor lee, secretary of the
Rand school of social science, where
Goldfborough lived. Ijc-e said Golds
borough came to this city la6t Novem
ber and took rooms at the sclvool. He
was not a student and mingled little
with the life of the institution.
The Kanci School of Social Science
was -founded five years ago by Dr.
George D. Herron, a socialist, with
! 1 mnnpv henn.-nt hH hv tha u-ill r.f fr
,', . " .
; L. 1. Rand, widow of a millionaire
SKKTC 11 OF riin.i.ir.
David Giaham Philiips was born In
Madison. Ind . Or t 31 ISfiT an -rartn.
: iater from Princeton, with the class of
H. His first lnerary work was done i
1 a. a reporter for the New York Sun.
which he left to become an editorial !
writer for the New York World. While i
KtiM With fha TCnrt1 ha. n: , ,t ! -V. A In !
zines. For a time be wrote many edi-
,"1 ,ue naiuruay evening 1-OSt
:of Philadelphia, as well as signed spe-:
c,ai "e 1 unmarried.
i,r- Phillips was a ;8insiaklnz but
l,ih),,i ,.,t, n
... nUi muo.i, duu ma iwusio,i Jimt Uy away all your present
fo!i4ied one anoiher with reeularlt v I
at the rate of two a vear. H- rfid mo.t
, tl r. r .. ii. ;
cf his writ Ins? in the earlv mnminr !
. . " . .. " I
i f r rrnr-tinn ansf iiumhv n i
- - - - - - . ...... . u . . . . i . ir j n ' i ,
w i.osixu ins miu.
Piasburr-. Pa.. Jan. 24. Flu h'a eh C.
Goldsborough wa a viollnis; Uh the
Daily United States Weather Map
fltMrmti(W tMtom UK m.. y-fifth nnrtdtn ,im.
mBtu, 01 coutumcu, !&. Pi ilirouh iuuot aauM l
"SIoth'mki.ot dottwl lin, puatbrsosh point, of ram.
pratar; ih will badimwn on; 5 tor toro,fria.F, nl
Stmbox.1 indlctntof mttfatr: Q cln C Pt'
eioadji O eloudT; rmtn; ()now. (g nport mutin
Arrow flr with lh wind. Flrwt flsr. mlnlmnm tmprmtar
for put 12 hujn; MN303d.24.huur r&infa:i. tf it Miaai All iauaf
iMrd. wiad viociiv ol JO miUM 9t wr or morm.
FOHKCAST TOi; ROCK ISL..n. HAVKXPORT, MULINK M VICIX1TV.
. Generally fair tonight and Wednesday, moderate temperature. The lowest tempera
ture tonight will be near the freezing point.
Light rains are again reported
from the gulf and extreme south At -
lantic coasts but Berally fair
w eather over about all of the re -
IIIH1I1U"! I tilt- in I UUI. t ,.
Rockies is attending yesterday's area
of high pressure, the crest of which
has advanced to the middle Atlantic
coast. The northwestern low which
is central over British Columbia is
causing rain or snow on the Pacific
slope and a rise in temperature in
the Rocky mountain sections, the cen-j
Pittsburg orchestra upto the time it
disbanded last March.
W. T. Mossman, the former manager J
of the orchestra, said last night that j
about a year ago, without any an
nouncement, Goldsborough disappear
ed, and the police here were asked to
search for him. Then a letter was re
ceived by Director Eir.il Paur, in which
the young man said that he was in a
sanatorium in New York, where he
had pone on the advice of a physician.
Another letter later announced he
was restored to health, and, after be
ing away a month, he returned to his
desk in the orchestra. When the or
chestra season closed all trace of him
"Previous to his disappearance," Mr.
Mossman said, "he came to my office
one day after a long walk in the parks,
looking haggard and worn, and said 'I
guess I'm losing my mind.' I talked
him out of that notion and he soon ap
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon. Ind..
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until, she tried Dr.
Detrhon's Relief for Rheumatism It
gave immediate relief and she was
able to walk about in three days. I
am sure it saved her life." Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second, avenue.
Rock Island; Gust Schlegel, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
news all the time The
The Kidney Cure
Without a Failure
The Positive Cure That Revolutionizes
Treatment of Kidney Disease, Rheu-
matism ai' Bladder Trouble.
Tiiee Ktati-me-ito .r not . xaKK-raiod.
ThT Is no. r.e. tsi!y In doing so. t,e-
t-.iu everv man arid woman ftifTcriinr
1 from kidney or bladder trout.W-8. or
I riiv!Tnatism. can prove it within 24
: i.v -.ttin a rr. r,-,Uu t. nr rir
Dubj's'KWni y i'ills at any Uruu stor
Ir. Drb- .--.- Pills are anead
1 of the tlran. tnr '-nly kidney and blad-
.rMlm,r., ,r.at mak.-n rood
mak-B a;ool Its
"rnne.-t Matemmt Oet a free pari
ItZZSWiAk bVnTrVdtn tot what
j lut!e wonder-workers do.
Now- listen .autrerero. don't get ex
ir'trafr.m for your kidneys, bark or '
bladder. If you ha. pain In
' . .. ... . J" ; - ' i
foul urine, r.i'umati nnvwhere. illj- i
t,M,.. aln tn ihi. AAr or terrlMe
... . ... .. . '
Mr 1 r M f! TituI rr.t m "J . r. i 1
i mt-nt V. u-lll h trf IIibim f r.r
i.- iHr-v i!i r.n r.i i in a f . t
the lAlK-ratory of Iierby Medicine Co..
laaieei" ,0 wlr'- They'st!
LL S. Department of Agriculture,
WIIJJS L. MO ORE. Chid.
Jtral valleys and the lake region. ,
: Owing to this distribution of pres-
. niod;rate ternpera)ure is ind,r3ted
vJcJnI on , ht and wednes-
lowest Highest Precip-( San Francisco
Temp. Temp. Iast2jSf. Iiouis
Lst Night. Y'est. hrs in. St. Paul
j Rock Islnd
. 29 40 .00
. 2" 30 .00
SLIM EFFECT NEXT
Spring Fashions for Men Will
Ering End to Era of Loose
FRENCH COUNT STYLE "IT
Corset, Coat ami Tight Kitting Tnui
sers Docreeil by Tailors at St.
St. Ix)tiis, Jan. 21. The corset-coot
is the fashionable spring and summer
I garment for men ibis year.
smart man's trousers will fit his legs
so snugly it will be necessary for him!
to remove his shoes in order to
change the "tights."
Aireadv the shadow of death is
passing over what the international
custom cutters call the "foolish, over-
! exaggerated man." In his stead will
jcome the "underexaggerated mau."
Men Mf football physique will not be I
recognized by their sweethearts and j
wives when they don the new 'slim,
styles.'' The conventional caricuturc '
of a dandy French count gives a rol-;
licking good idea of Just how the
tailors expect to make men look this j
KIMCT SOON' OIT.
The edict for spring and summer
fashions is about to be issued. All the;
United States and Canada must heed :
this voice from St. louis, for here!
are gathered the custom cutters ofi " ------ - - r "
two nations with 175 garment th-tjpj HACKED BY BURGLARS
have been tailored ' up to snuff. The
cutters- thirty-first annual convention : T,, Story of AttMch ..j -ph ltifm
opens tomorrow. 1Vo 0iM.n c'uUi on Ilodr.
"Scotch effect," and "pencil stripes"! Ashland. Wis., .Jan. 24 Victor Gus
in grays, browns and blues will be the 1 tafson, of West Horo Is dead, a victim
predominating figures and colors. ;ne Halmed. of an sault by burglars
jGray mixtures w ill b ad in popular ; wno afterwards fired his house. Ous
, favor, with rich brown a close second j taffon succeeded in getting out of the
Utiles will be in fashion, but all other 'burning building and was found In the
; colors can be classed as belonging l''stiow. He bad over two dozen cuts
' those dress' rs who seek individuality , on j,;. ,cy and head and two toes
; in their garments. I u .r ! off
MIOI I.DKIIK VlltKOW. j
Shoulders w ill be narrow, the chent ;
full and the waist narrow, giving the
effect of a corset. The sleeves will,
j be narrow. Coa;s will be single
: breasted, boldly rounded at thu hot-1
The "etit-a-way" in manv respects'
will resemble the frock coat now in
B'le. Twij buttons are de ilgeir.
The b-fit has been relegated to the i
side iines. Two-piece suits are to be
the height of fashion.
j We offer $100 reward for any case
of catarrh that rannut be cured by
J Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We. the undersigned, have known
J. Cheney for the last J 5 years,
;and believe him perfectly honorable
In all bus'nepp. tra: -actions sind flnan-
daily able to carry out any obliga-
tlons maae by his nrro.
" ALDI.Mj, KINNA.N 4c ..1AKIN.
Wholesale iJruggiats, Toledo. Ohio.
cents per bottle
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Sold hv nil rfrusr
Jacksonville . .
Kansas City . .
New Orleans .
New York city
24 2S .00
22 40 .'"
4 74 .0m
r.r, 4H .01
52 RC .00
20 34 .On
4 0 72 .00
:.; pi .oo
44 4S 1.2
32 42 .On
25 38 .10
14 3S .oo
0 2o .Oo
; Winnipeg ....
J. M. SHKRIKK. Ixxal Forecaster.
"I am all right now,
thanks to Dr. Miles'
The same relief is ready for you.
Are you sure you do not need itf
If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped
Charles Holmes, why won't it help
"I was troubled with heart disease,
and after reading about Dr. Miles'
Heart Kemr iy, I ot a boltle. He
for? I got the Heart Remedy I had '
to kit up mo. t of the night, and felt
very bad at my Uninach. Whatever
I would eat mj?!e me feel wor5e, and
ffiV Iirart !eat very list. But thanks
to Dr. M.Ies' Heart Remedy, I am
all r:ght now. I eat good, sleep
jjood, and feel bice a new man, al
though I am alm')t 6S years old. I
have been a t I'.d.er in the late war
of the rebellion, an.l was badly
wounded." CHARLLS HOLMES,
Trivate Co. H. 54th N. V. Infantry
Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co,
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy
is kept in thousands of homes a t
friend always to be relied upon in
time of need.
Sold by all Druggists If the first
bottle fails to benefit, your mon.y
Is returned. Ask any Druggist.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, lad.
Death In Roaring Firs.
n ay not result from the work ot
firebugs, but often severe burns are
caused that make a quick need for
Iiuc klen's Arnica Falve, the quickest,
t.urpnt cure for burns, wounds,
bruises, bolls, sore3. It subdus In
flammation. It kills p'.ln. It soothes
and heals. Drives oft skin eruptions,
Hers or plls. Only 25 cents at all
From Thin to Plump
T i x prei"ii of li pln-rs an'I
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