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THE ROCK ISL.AND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1912.
MAY SEE SPEED
OF FIFTY MILES
Express Train Gait Expected to
Be Beached by Boats in
NOT A CANDIDATE
FOR ,fIOR LEAGUES
LOOK FOR WORLD'S RECORD1
bfue of I roui Distant Point
Now on Way Here for July j
Fifty n.iles an hour Is
rtn for aii txprfcbi trai. Vc
ire boats, bniicl.i:.,' !ur t ii :
I a it a for July 4, C and t, ;
r-fcl:c this ppc-d, a ur Jii.ir
r.erts who fca (-'-en tin- il.u'
k matter f fa't. i' !.:. .
f" miles an hoar i.ai'i ! a.
at the regatta ( f the M V. I'
1 t : tlT
at Dubu'jue last yt-ar bat t:.e i'j
foofers in the chaxplor.Mhlp ciabs
fell a few miles ti.ort of This lin.it.
Thin year there ;h confidence express
ed ttiat the worid'b record for Fpeed
boats will be broken at Davenport,
foil, in odore I'ugh's Dist urber III.
can taake more than i' miles a:i
J our anl Wigwam II. is h-,:.a. fitt'-d
v"h planes tiiat it !s indicated will
Inr-ream; i fro.a 4 1 to 40
luilcc tn hoti-, a- bar-".
There r:o t '.):: v w hut s r
T't'. Oregon Wolf. I'.r'.;,v i
iiarye V. .si:'', i,: l.er v. ,rl;j
rr:.ft '.! clew-lop.
mik 'i ur: w v
The n-Kaita I.ere t-hould
!ia:. e, i
l :! ' y If I?
t the entrl'-h.
C'f pleasure boats ?ro:i: ii." fartbet-t
reaches ' f the MlMO'-ippl. Ohio and
Missouri rlverH an I r t j - '.r .' Lakes
that will Jour -y hi re for t ! m- a
flon. Soti.e of the::! have a.reartv
ftarteij th-!r ereH ou f 'r a o:;t'.:i
tioim (foo1 fir:.e whle'i will !.av(. jts
rllmnJ In the tf:r-e 'lay rn-ir.'.
Tt In (fitifl'leriM v i.refi:'ei that the
recattu will he the vr-ats-' I'lOtor
Voat (ar:iial e-ir un'S'-r'aken in this
Eddie Piauk, of the Phliaielphl
Athletics, l.aa been corifcignwd to the
minor leagues sewrnl tlmt-a recently
ty the newspaper prophets bat
f jrtunaU'ly for Eddie the 'prophets"
don't have the final say as to where
he shall go. He has pitched excep
tionally K"nd tall thlf Rf8son. and
has won almost every aainx In which
ha has played.
or: j.Uiis for tin- formation of a rad
diis' nr.ioii. The- trouble te:an Sun
(iay at liala ioif club. The boys got
to.tfther and (! i'l A to charge ".')
M i.ts a round inttiad of 5 cents.
The caddh b s iit agitators to otlu !'
BIG DOINGS 4TH AT
There win be fua for everybody,
from grandfather down to the infant
la arms, at the Fourth of July cele
bration at MathersTllle. This new
town on the Rock Island Southern has
taken hold of the question of celebrat
ing the national birthday with char
acteristic energy. The progTarn will
e'.art at 10 In the morning with a band
concert and the doings will be con
tinued from that hour till some time
the next mornine. when the dance that
concludes the events breaks up.
John Russell, Charles Kirchman, A.
R. Stein and Thoir.as DocherTy are the
committee arranging for the affair. P.
J. Horan will be marshal of the day.
The day's program follows:
10 a. m. Band concert by Mathers
ville band and parade, with prize of $2
for best decorated vehicle. No entry
l e charged.
Jl a. m. Address and music in Rus
1 p. m. Races and contests as fol
lows: 75-yard race, for boys under
15 years. First prize, $2; second prize,
Jl. No ntry fee.
75-yard race, for pirls under 15
years. First prize. $1; second prize,
cents. No entry fee.
lf'O-yard foot race for men, profes
sionals harred. First prize, $5; second
prize. $2. Fntry fee, 50 cents.
Pest sinsle driving horse, $5. En
try, 50 cents.
Pest driving Team. $:
Rest aH purpose team
In all contests there must he three
entries or no ko. All entries close at
i2:;:o p. m.
2:30 p. ni. Rail same. Alexis vs.!
:tather?ville. Admission, 25 cents. ''
7 p. m. Rand concert.
":'',) p. m. Iance at Russell opera
house. Tickets. $1; spectators, 25
: cents. Music by Gilchrist orchestra
j iind Sipnor Ptanco Kauzlarieh Croa
i tio string orchestra of six pieces.
Washington. 2; Detroit, 2.
Philadelphia. 8; Cleveland, 6.
Louisville., 6 4; Si. Paul. 2 0.
Mlneapolis. 6; Indianapolis, 2.
Toledo. 6; Kansas City, 5.
Columbus, 9; Milwaukee, 6.
Burlington, 7; Hannibal, 1.
Kewanee. 4; Muscatine, 1.
Monmouth, 6; Keokuk, U.
Ottuniwa, 7: Galesburg, 4.
Erie, 4; South Bend. 2.
Zanesvllle, 3; Fort Wayne, 1.
Dayton, 1: Wheeling, 1.
Akron, 10; Terre Haute, 9 (10 In
nings). Canton, 5: Grand Rapids, 0.
Springfield, 2; Youngstown, 1.
Racine, 3; Madison, 2.
Arpleton, 1; Wausau, 0.
Oshkosh, 5; Green Bay, 0.
Rockford, 3: Aurora, 1.
Omaha. 4; Lincoln, 3 (15 innings).
Topeka, 2; Sioux City, 1.
Wichita, 10; St. Joseph, 9 (14 in
nings). Denver, 4; Des Moines, 1.
Lincoln, 3 5; Pekin, 1 0.
Champaign, 11; Kankakee, 0.
Canton, 10; Streator, 9.
SOLID GOLD RINGS
Some Are Stamped Out With a
Die, Some Cut From Tubes.
$5. Entry, 50
Standing of Clubs
New York. .In'"'
Wellb. the heu . .
KWlaud. and Al
tsope" HHplraiit for
CtM, ere uia' lu 1
round In Ma'li.ion
HAPPY CORNERS GOING
TO PLAY BALL IN RURAL
Ntxt Sunday. July l'i. the Happy
( orni r bancoall team will Journey to
I. era! to meet the nine from that
: ,w ijfl. i i m jiji own grounds. Hu-
t . i
fir tl.th. w ho iv(
Iie l' It v w hiTI
. Julie l'J. -I
iheil to waive
St. Ielis Hi
let h i iii kd. Tin clay, am.oi.m
he hail Immo.,1,1 tl.c Hrowji -tiioie
iti.m tin- ,iiiir i c i
Clille.l to n.KlK' tin' li'ltis
hex 'S t hat w 1 h o!n- tin -i
piti luT to t.ii.i- in. w i: n
1 ( HKheH an I ( , ri .i.'.i. 1 .i ' ,
liurlin' H'iiff Mi. it w ill hi:.l I,
orid i herii-s.
.iii a to
. d that
a; or,' i
.1 oi iio:..
I liir a
ill til the
t ! eir
ejiorti d to have a strolls team
i . .i. e:, b ti' ' - Tiea r In.; Ii 'oa!
!' a- !. i.i re bail
'i 1 1 ? . a nd are
; ' i . i ii ii.es. Th" i Ia;-
r a.t .n;i: to alon,r
. ,: : r paraphernaliu and
trofisest warriors for the occa-
Jianvilie . . .
I)aenport . .
Uuhufjiie . . .
I ' eat ur . . . .
MAKING A BASEBALL
Philadelphia l U
St. Louis 22
! Posten i r
.5 7 9
702 EU3axwel! cars sold in
LM. Y. State in 1S05 are
giving active service today
This record of durability is unequaled by any other
make of car, regardless of price. -Statistics prove
that Maxwell cars last longer, give more dependable
service at a lower cost of maintenance, than any
other make of car in the world.
axwell Special s1480
Fully equipped, including self-starter
This 5-passenger, 36 horsepower touring car continues as the
undisputed leader of 1912. No other car within $200 above
its price compares with its wonderful value. Only by riding
in it can you know its exceptional qualities. We want you
to test and examine it. May we arrange a demonstration ?
If you cannot call, send for the Catalog de Luxe, illustrating
and describing it. Just say on postal, 'Mail Books."
Roadster, 30 horse
Touring Car, $;180.
Al! fricit l.o.b. friary.
cut Hitle channels insido from the pate
to each one of the separate mold with
in, aud then when they pour the ftold
they mold half a dozeu or a dozen
riiiKs at ouce. New York Sun.
New York. .In:;,. 12. Mil
the S'. Paul elii r i in'.
of Tointn) l oioi' is nf Si him'
in their in round ho;.t in 1!
round ,1 , l i,
. t rv
; . ! t t . 1 1
New York. Jtin
Ion, tbe batiiaui a
rowlv es as dri'W atv.i ..
platen lsl.it. d. .M"'id.i.
out Mloiie in a row beat, wt
when he was 2" f. i t from sl.nre. The
lltlle flKhter, w ho iiiiiuot ::;!. ar
cntly whu hit'.Kit.t; w r,.-u a l't
12 - .I.'htn y f'ou
it chain I'ioii. liar-::;-:
r' Kc;e, him.
I him ii.'
Phihuieli'l In. pa . .l ine :2
M: m 2.".'1 add es ar, on j!tti..
rluhd at.. mi' I'h'.i.ni. I !.;a :n..
threat, -lied to vail a (Jelleial
from all clubs b. fer. the end
' i'k it i ni'ir iii i. ai. is ari
'r. the later, in t;;.. b, s
:.' u i i'k
The Wmd.ng Process Is Dons In Sscrst
In a Locksd Room.
In the enter of tbe standard base
hail, us ii-ii! by the professional play
ers, t here is a ;.'lnl'e of compressed eork
(neied wi'h rubber. Tlus glol is
about an inch iu diameter and around
it are wound a few layers of coarse
twine. It U then sent to the winding
room, where machines first wind on
thick four ply Hue jarn. At frequent
intenali the bail is soaked iu a ce
ment solution Mud put aside to3ry.
Many different workers have to do
wilh i he winding of the bail. Each
workman testa it fur size and weight
before he passes it nlonc The ina
: chiijes Insure tijfht and even wiiidiiig
, n ii. I there are different machines for
different M7.es of yurn. These machines
: ate operated lu secret in a locked room.
When the hull has leen wound to the
roper sb.e with blue and white yarn
and las been dipped in the solutiou. it
lis wound finally with smaller yarn.
: Thus the firm, rim:!, center is overlaid
with finer and tiner material until at
! lu-t it is Miiouib aud perfect, ready for
'1 lie bcM l.orsehide obtninable is Used
for i overs 'I !:e pieces are nit by hand
in 1 dampened m.d stretchi'd The ball
Is put into damps and the cover sewed
on ttiih cotton thread, which has a
greater friction;, I strength than linen
or silk. i::;eh ball is sewed by hand
and then put in'o n tuacl.ine that irons
I'nuii the seat. is. The polishir.e is done
' by still auj'her machine. Then, after
beinj: stamped and wrapped, the !a!i Is
ready for market.
A Lall weighs tie ounces and is nine
ini hes i:i clr. i,:;;fi ren. e. In the course
of n.anuf.i. t'ire it is weighed and uieas
un .1 hve tin.es. - Warper's Weekly.
Y. L. Pet. 1
Boston 31 ls .633.
"hieaKo 3 1 2o .COS
Washington 29 2! .5S0
Philadelphia 21 2o .r,4,-,
'!eveland 23 24 .489
Detroit 25 2tl .490
New York 10 29 .356
i iH. Louis 14 35 .2S6
W. L. Pet.
Toledo 3S 17 .691
Colli in bus ?. 20 .65.",
Minneapolis 36 20 .643
Kansas City 29 29 .500
! Indianapolis 23 26 .390
! St. Paul 23 37 .3S3
Louisville 20 33 .377
Milwaukee 20 35 .364
W. L. Pet.
Rurlintton 25 1 4 .64 1
Monmouth 2 4 15 .615
Kewanee 2 4 15 .615
lottumwa 23 1 ! .651
I lialofhurs IS 23 .439
1 Keokuk 1 7 25 .405
Hannibal 1 7 25 .405
Muscatine 14 27 .341
W. L. Pet.
; St. Joseph 22 20 .615
j Des Moines 26 23 .531
Omaha 27 24 .529
j Denver 27 25 .519
I Sioux City 25 24 .510
Wichita 25 27 .481
! Lincoln 19 2 .404
Topeka 19 29 .3 96
HEMI.TS 1 KTHRDAY.
5SAXONIA-Put this 5 1
S collar on today andi
have real collar com- :
EE ion. i
S"Saxonia" ii designed i
on special lints the b.i.t
ZZ looking collar evr made '
that gives anything like H
the same comfort. It is
cut low, of course aaJ H.
ZZ, t has ample tpaco for
ZZ the tie to show. 21
ZZ You wilt nuke SixonU " II
ZZ your Motlby like thousand j
of other mm have dune, once
mm rbcy trlt-d this Hi Ic. bLklc in ZZ
ZZ ci-tro biix kaes.
f. M if tl
Uww era tn Aru
2 tor t9c Ousrtar Sua mm
ZZ Slurt V CUUt Co lUm, TrBj ZZ
A Household Hint I
Vcar.g ii'e i.-obbii;(:i - jtHTjte trer.t-j
ed me awful mean. He he promised i
to cii n.'.' a machine for my birthday,
ai.d it-it n.e home today. Her j
Mother Then what are you crying
aUnit? Younj: Wife It's a it's a !
washing ma. bine. Baltimore Ameri
The D.vtor Hark'. Whence those
cries of iicuy? The lawyer They
come from the otlioe of the dentist.
I.ast Wt-ek the chiropodist o;erated on
tbe dentist. ji.T-einp to take Lis biil
out In trade, and now the dentist Is
taking it out. Satire.
Peoria. 7: Dubuque. 5.
Sprir.efkld. 3: Hlrxjn.ir.eton
Davenport. 4: Quir.ey, 2.
Danville. 3; Decatur, 1.
New Ycrk. S: Chicago. 3.
Philadelphia. ." : Cincinnati, 3.
P.rston. 2; St Louis. 1 (10
r.ir. ps ).
Pittsburgh. 16: Brooklyn, 4.
AMERICAN I.EAGI E.
New Ycrk, 6: Chicago. 3.
Boston. 4: St. Lou's. 0.
A Good Tonic
Have yon noticed what a tonic a
Kond lau-rn is: The next tirce you are
aLry instead of frowninp make your
self smile, then Isub. You'll feel better
On the Street.
Mr. Spruce That man you jast nod
ded to looks familiar. Iv yon e him
cfteu? Mrs Walnut Not very: he's
k:y busbacd. Ph:ladel'hij Record.
ran you epe t to e healthy if
you al'ow the stomach to he
roine wek. Iier sluggish and
t.ET A IMITTI.E OF
will mhid make you well asain.
ijsii i. inn s
Cuttlefish bone is familiar to mos-
people, as it is seen thrust between the
bars of a bird cage for birds to peck at.
Birds clean their beaks on it, and they
like to eat It. But cuttlefish bone ha
other and more interesting uses. It
is used In the manufacture of tooth
powder and cf polishing powder and
in the making of a prepared food for
birds, but perhaps the most interest
ing of its uses is in tbe making of
molds in which to cast gold rings.
Some gold rings are cast in tiny
flasks containing molds of One sand;
others are stamped out with a die.
Wedding rings are made from a drawn
tube of gold iu which tbe rounded out
er shape of the ring is produced on a
mandrel, the several sections thus
formed being then sawed off even
when fiulshed and polished to form a
perfect ring. But of the vast number
of solid gold rings produced by manu
facturing Jewelers, including rings to
be mounted with stones, 75 per cent
are cast in cuttlctish buue molds.
Such a mold can be used but once,
and so the manufacturing jeweler uses
a lot of cuttlefish bone. The molds
may be made iu two, three, four or
five parts, according to the elaborate
ness of the ring to be molded. The
bone serves both as flask and as mold
Suppose the molder is to make for a
ring comparatively simple in shape a
three part mold. He sits at a bench
on which he has brass patterns of the
rings to be molded. The manufactur
ing jeweler lias hundreds, many hun
dreds, of these pattern rincs. to which
he is continually adding designs.
Handy by the molder has a box of j
cuttlefish bone Only bone of the finest I
quality and finest texture is used, and
such bone serves for this purpose ad
mirably I'uder pressure of an object
upou It this bone breaks down perfect
ly and with no surrounding fractures
or fissures. It takes an impression prac
tically as perfect as a plastic mate
rial would do. while at the same limn
it stands up perfectly around the iui
The molder takes a cuttlefish bone
tn its familiar oval shape and with a
little sharp toothed saw saws off the
tapering sides and the ends. leaving
a keystone shaped or an oblong block
Then straight across he saws off one
end of this block about a quarter of
Its length from the end. and then the
larger piece he saws through from side
to side midway of its thickness Now
he has the original block of bone di
vided info three parts.
He rubs the face of each of these
parts perfectly smooth on a metal plate
set before him conveniently in the
bench, and then the material is ready
for use as a mold. The molder turns
one of the two bigger blocks over on
tbe bench with the smoothed surface
up and picks up the model ring, and
with a deft, sure t-wb he presses this
model down for half its thickness all
around into the deih'ately fragile but
evenly textured bone this in the
case of a threi piece moid at one end
of the block. leaving the head or cap
of the ring projecting beyond the end
eilce. Next he picks up the other half
of this block, turns its smooth face
down and presses that down upon the
ring as it lies with half its thickness
projecting above the surface of the
lower Mock, and now he has a mold of
the ri:.g complete except for the pn-
! jecting head.
At this stage he pl"ks up that end
piece of the bone t hat he had sawed
off and presses that with its smooth
face down uimn the ring's head, so tak
i Sng an impression of that, aud then he
has the mold complete, but with the
mode! ring inside of it.
Now he scores lightly this niodel out-
siil. ncrf.ss its. siiie edires. nnd be seoron
j lin from the top block to the side.. roit'X Jui'y " i,ff"rr-
j so th.it when he has taken the mold j QriT wearing leg strap elastic
' apnrt he can put it together again pre- binds, or stpti prir.;s. tr.i..-s ani
! ctelv as it should be. and then be i".r-'n V'"' money on worttii-ss n.-i
. ... . . . . ord-r treatments, piasters and appliances.
i opeus it and tattes out the pattern, and ,
if anywhere the molded form should ' JUclorV 4r '
; require a touch of smoothing he does
that, and then, beginning small and
opening out wider, be cuts out in the
: inner sides of tbe two halves of tbe
T vflJ iT; :?' AVI AS2 Mmh A
Maxwell "Special" 36tip,$14S0. Fully equipped, incladin Self-starter
Scott County Mercantile Company
'.m..Awijj. uiluiiiui umn iiijwukjiw iiw.w'a.ij um.Hi
1323 Seventh avenue, Moline, after 7
Davenport Cardinals Henry Weav
erling, mauager. Phone North 170 1-J.
Happy Corners George Huber. man
ager. Phone west 887-L.
Mohawks Fred Schill, manager; 528
Fritz's Colts IL F. Meyer, mana
ger, 901 Thirty-fifth street.
K. I. H. S. Juniors Manager W.
Whisler, 2526 Sixth avenue.
Booster ball club Arthur Ohlweil
C, R. I. & P. S. D. Fairman,
2929 Fifth avenue.
Rock Island Pirates Manager,
Dwight La Grange, 452 Forty-fifth
Lawndales W. Geiger, manager,
K31 Fourth avenue. Phone west
South Heights Frank Emlg, mana
ger, 1730 Second avenue.
Rock I sland Oakdales It. Ack-
i ley, manager, 847 Twenty-first street,
j Phone West 1 279-X.
t Harley Flemings 1500 Block
i Team Joe Deisenroth, manager,
I phone west 1687.
! Moline Independents Emery May-
field, manager; 822 Fifth avenue, Mo
line; phone east 55.
Grafton Tigers Vincent Volkmann,
manager, 2428 Lighteen'h and a half
i street, Moline.
j Moline Tigers Charles Crippen,
j manager, 1412 Twenty-sixth avenue,
I Moline. Phone east 390-L.
Moline Independents Emery May
I field, manager, 822 Fif;h avenue, Mo
' line. Phoue east 555-L.
j Moline West Ends J. Mordhurst,
'manager, 519 Fourth avenue. Phone
-Manufacturers Thomas J. Price,
' manager, 727 Twelfth street, Moline.
23m;6 C. W. Bunc h, manager, 23U9 '
1 1 i f ; U avmue, Moline.
I Central Athletic Club Manager at
EAST MOLINE "AGIN"
INTERURBAN TO EAST
East Moline business men are oppos-
ing the construction of an interurban .
from that city to Geneseo. They argue,
that, with such a road in operation their j
little city would lose some of its trade.
Ten years ago when the Tri City Rail
way company secured a franchise in ,
the then village, it agreed to build '
an interurban to Geneseo within 10 '
years. The time is up in 1913 and civic :
oiganix.ations of Rock island, Moline;
and Davenport have been urging the,
company to make good. And now East
Moline is standing in the wav. The1
company has a bond of $10,000 stand
ing subject to forfeit if the road it.
not built in the time specified. Bu
of course. East MolUie must demand,
the forfeit to get it.
Miss Ted's Hair
Room 410 Best Building
Telephone Went 2U24.
Shampooing, manicuring, scalp
massage, facial massage, hair
dressing, hair goods and toilet
Lig b'.w k from the bend of the ring j
moid out to the ead of the block an i
opening, the gate, through which the
r.,'-i:ea goid will be poured when the
ring is molded. Then he puts the :
pieces of the mold together again and i
blLds them with soft wire, and there's i
your cuttlefish bone moid perfect and j
As the Lion is Monarch
of the Forest, so S. S. S. is
King of Blood Purifiers and
Master over all Blood diseases.
Pure, rich blood and a free
circulation is the surest pre
vention against the diseases
and disorders which are con
stantly attacking our physical
systems. Healthy blood stimulates the excretory members and
enables them to filter out of the system everything that Is not neces
sary or beneficial to the growth and development of the body. Thus
we are apt to remain healthy unless there is a weakening of the
vital fluid or an impure infection of the circulation.
Imperfect blood takes various forms in its outward manifestation.
A weak, watery circulation denotes anaemia with its attendant evils
of pale, waxy complexions, malarial conditions, or perhaps some more
definitely marked disorder is shown. Frequently the blood becomes
infected with acrid humors, and F.czema, Tetter, Acne, or some other
skin affection makes its appearance, while an excess of uric acid in
1 "he circulation produces Rheumatism with its pains and aches.
treatment. qij sores and ijjcers are likewise dependent on bad blood, these
places being kept open and in a state of irritation by the drainage of
pollution which disordered blood constantly discharges into them.
Another common indication of weak, impure blod is the loss of
j appetite, tired, worn out feeling and a general run-down condition of
the system. This is an ailment very prevalent in the Spring and most
i nersons so afflicted realize the necessity of overcoming the trouble by
ne use or a ionic.
We recommend to all in need of a blood purifier or tonic, the
use of S. S. S., a medicine which has proven itself, the greatest of all
Llood purifiers. It goes down into the circulation and removes all im
purities, humors and poisons and makes the blood pure and health
sustaining. It purifies and strengthens weak deteriorated blood,
supplies it with the healthful properties it needs and lays the founda
tion for good health. As a tonic
S. S. S. hasnoequalandthoscwho
are beginning to feel the need of
such a medicine to fortify them
selves against the unpleasant con
ditions which come with Snrino
and early Summer, should commence its use at once S S S thp
I King of Blood Purifiers, is a genuine blood cleanser, made entirely
:Ki from roots, herbs and barks; it does not contain a particle of mineral
IP. u- nf ; s
if -,u cannot caii write tor circulars' u irOT1 any cause your Diooa is weak or impure. S. S. S. cures al'.
M. H. BROWN, M. D. '! troutles due to a deranged circulation, and you will find it the most
22 Quincy st.. chirago. sausiaLiui y lumt you ever usca. w rue ror dock on the blood anc
No cnaree for either-
liuiuc, i aarsqi;, f use f3
paraffin, no in-.ti'in i
busihes. I ciuzK tnt '
NO KNIFE, no
! or d-tentlon f r.irn
' opening at once.
nurtures low diwn prut 1 ar1 tn
j l.oiil. it.,se f"llowing opt rttoi,. r.avei
-iv.eiui'c 11, n-iijr w unii-u, ar.u hii oau
! ca-s, guaranteed relief or no charge.
THE EEST SL003 PURIFIER
IS THE BEST TONIC
Wltboat Irs; Btrapa. rlantle baads or
atrvi yrlna. Guaraalerd to bold after
all otbrra (all.
You will fel a whole lot stronKr at
r-r.ee, u.t.1 I rK-l you l ave a rupture
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