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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1912.
TO BE REPAIRED
Illinois and Michigan Waterway
Must Be Put in Shape
ASTOR HEIR DUE TO
ARRIVE VERY SOON
CONTROLLED BY THE STATE
Federal Authorities May Require Com
mission to Turn Back Money
From Land Grants.
Charring failure to live up to their
contract In the matter of the main
tenance of the I. & M. state canal, ex
tending from Chicago to LaSalle, 111.,
on the Illinois river, the United States
government has served notice on the
canal commissioners that money re
cc ived from the sale of various land
grants must be turned over to the gov
ernment unless immediate 6teps are
taken towards repairing and improv
ing same. As a result, work of dredg
ing the channel has already begun and
in all probability the locks will be re
paired and enlarged. Canal commis
sioners last week made a tour of In
spection of the Hennepin canal, be
tween Milan and Bureau, for the pur
pose of gathering Ideas to he inror
porated in the improvement work to be
TO UKKI'K f'HAWEI-
The channel of this canal was orig
inally five feet In depth, but owing to
floods and rains it has become more or
less filled. It is now proposed to
ELKS' OUTING IS
A GREAT SUCCESS
About 150 Members of Local
Lodge Cast Aside Dull Care
for the Day.
CAMP NEAR BUFFALO, IOWA
Fearful Amount of Food is Consumed
by City Boys Have Honored
rs. Madeleine Force At tor.
Colonel John Jacob Astor's posthu
mous heir, who will inherit J3.000.000,
is expected to arrive very soon at the
Astor residence in New Tork. Mrs.
Madeleine Force Astor, the happy ex
pectant mother, yearns for a son to
perpetuate the name of John Jacob
One hundred and fifty intrepid Klk
mariners yesterday morning shipped
on the good brig Harriet plus barge
Columbia, bound from Rock Island to
an island near Buffalo, with a cargo
of joy and felicitation. The occasion
was the annual "Day In the Woods"
and the affair was unanimously voted
the most successful in history. The
voyagers congregated at the club
rooms about 8:30 a. m. attired in
various picturesque costumes and a
slumberous mein. At 9 o'clock they
marched in a body to the waiting ves
sel, which cast off its anchor a few
moments later. Stroehles orchestra
was stationed on the second deck ot
the barge and dispensed various popu
lar airs of the day with much gusto.
II 4 YE HOOHrD Gl EST.
Colonel F. D. Lewis of local No,
357, Victor, Colo., was the guest ot
Rock Island. 111. Rock Island. IU. Rock Island. Illinois. Rock Island, 111.
salt traffic between Chicago and Rock
Island was inaugurated. The Norton
boats draw four feet eight inches of
water, and although the trip was made I honor, and proved to be the life of th
without accident, it was found to be party. With his care-free western
a rather ticklish proposition in spots. manner and open hearted joyousness,
with only four Inches to spare in the j the colonel Imparted a breezy atmo-
! five-foot channel. Whether the state sphere to the entire surrounding lana
. will order an appropriation for the ' scape and endeared himself in the
i f-ontinimnce of the work alreadv be- : hearts of all.
Were You On Our Big Third Floor Today?
If you were, you know if you were not we wTant you to know that this has been
the biggest and most satisfactory "opening day" we have ever had at an Annual
August Furniture and Carpet Sale The genuine and generous reductions on furni
ture, carpets, rugs, mattings, etc., are so marked that many we might say a great
many who came to look remained to buy and selected one or more articles for im
mediate or future use.
It's almost impossible to quote prices here and do justice to the multitude of
low figures clamoring for recognition, we want you to come in yourselves tomor
row and the next day or when you can come and read for yourselves on plainly
marked price tickets, just what you can save in dollars and cents during this great
est of all August Furniture and Carpet Sales.
These Embroideries Are the Talk of the Town
Thursday morning of last week, we inaugurated the greatest sale of fine embroideries it has ever been our good fortune to of
fer. We simply didn't have room enough to display the entire lot, although we used most of the entire aisle. Tuesday we will
be able to display the balance of this great purchase. The values are most surprising, the qualities the finest made in St. Gall,
dredge the channel to a depth of at
least seven feet, to enlarge the canal
locks between Jollet and LaSalle and . mains to be seen
to make It conform in every way with
the Hennepin canal. Some years aro '
the state made a proposition to turn j
the I. He M. cannl over to the govern
ment, hut thin offer wag refused at
the time. In the event of a failure to
secure a sufficient titate appropriation
to carry out the Improvement opera
tion snow completed, it Is possible
that a similar proposition will anu.n
be made, arid in the event of the eov-
.rnment accepting It, the work would , William Swartout, claiming to hail
be completed in the most efficient man- j f rom Barnes City, Iowa. At the time
rer possible. I of his arrest, Swartout was talking to
mo kaiimv;n nut ik.k.
At the time the canal whs built, the
government gave to the commission
ers various land grants, consisting of
alternate sections along the course of
gun. or whether the canal will be As the vessel draw nigh to tne
turned over to the government, re- i shore of the island, the advance
guard threw several hundred cannon
crackers into an immense ben-fire
which had been built at the water's
edge, and the noise was deafening.
Then it was that the colonel, mount
ing the rail, removed his hat, expos
ing a smooth shiny surface, entirely
unencumbered with hair, and patriot
ically addressed his ship mates as fol
"Men and Soldiers: We are ap- j
prouching an island never before trod- i
den by the foot of the pale face. t'pon
glancing perfunctorily down the pages
FRIGHT IN COURT
Officer Furlong arrested a man Sat-
i urday evening giviug the name of
Look At These 45-Inch Flouncings.
$1.75 to IZ.2.7 values for a yard
$2.00 to $2.50 values for a yard
$2.50 to $3.00 values for a yard
$3.50 to $4.50 values for a yard
Beautiful Bands, Beading and Galloons, less than half price at 58c,
39c, and 25c yard.
Look At These 27-Inch Flouncings.
$1.00 to $1.25 values for a yard
$1.25 to $1.50 values for a yard
$1.50 to $1.75 values for a yard
$1.75 to $2.25 values for a yard '
All-Overs, Corset Covers, matched sets, all In the big sale at little
One thousand people are or
from us daily. Follow the
A fireproof safe in the house or store
is a necessity. We have them from
of my atlas I learn that the natives , $12 up. Fitbig,
on yon island are particularly fond of ! Third avenue.
human flesh. In fact, human flesh la j Call for the Firth avenue union
their main article of diet. We will made cigare'te at Italph Stanton's
take that islaml In a blaze of glory and ; Club Smoker, .Nineteenth street and
the channel on the condition that the
commlKHloners maintain and improve j bad time to sober up a little.
himself and going through strange
maneuvers, imagining he was being
pursued by strange beasts, snakes and
uiifh liLo Thfc un if t if kTi u'ic ttinf
he had an overdose of fire-water and , I'lant tlu glorious stars and stripes on i Second avenue.
that he would be all riht when he
the canal. The channel has been par
tially filled Bince thHt linn. H'id owing
to a lack of funds, the Improvement
work has not been carried on. A vaat
sum of money was realized from the
t-ale of the various land grants, but
has gradually dwindled, until now ft
Is allied that the ireasuiy Is almost
depleted. The money derived from
tolls was originally
purpotte of channel
It Is the claim of the commissioners
that owing to lack of traffic it. had
been necessary to utili.e the toll re
ceipts for paying the salaries of the
commissioners and lock tenders. Wil
liam Meeae of Moline. aftornrv for
the commission, of which W. A. Ko
senftold of this city is president, has
but recently returned from a trip to
Washington, D. C, where he took up
the matter with the department of jus
tice. c.kxm. n vf. ow.
The need for a deeper channel was
recently accentuated when the Morton
When arraigned before Justice C. J.
Sehroeder this morning he acted more
like a man who had escaped fiom an
asylum than a drunk. Me became very j
oratorical in his own behalf claiming
that lie had come there for protec-
tion and now the otlicia's were insult- (
iiig him by wanting him to stand trial.
He hnaily got so vehement that he !
intended for the i caused a tcatterment of the crowd in j
maintenance, but J the court-room, in the midst of which, j
wf.im.-u nou. lAfciue mhkh you , jreh & Ureve, wall paper and
redskins, shoot.) Men, soldiers, will; pajnt store, will help you select any
jou follow me? To arms. Charge." :ot tue 1912 designs in wall paper for
two iiti.i. ;ii. jyourhoiue. 20u2 Fourth avenue. !
Two base bill games were played, j Duusuiore and O'Connell smoke
but the score was lost. Promptly at house and billiard parlors, corner of
12: HO the antlered ones formed in line j Twentieth street and Founn
and marched to the dining tables ;nue. iC very brand of good cigars and
which had been laid out beneath rib 1 all kinds of smo
trees, and for a half hour no sound
re oiten tor tne door, lie was re
manded to his cell and given a chuace
to regain his composure.
Dad Complexions Are
Now Easily Discarded
was heard except calls for more cat
fish or roasting f-nrs.
In the afternoon large numbers took
a dip in the river, through the kind
ness ot ham Jtyerson, who volunteer- the state.
ed to guard the vacant clothing
against the depredations of the land
The return trip was begun at 6
j o'clock, supper being served on the
I boat. On the second deck, a big
i crowd gathered around the orchestra
; and the entire program of national
jairs was rendered vocally with much
enthusiasm if not harmony. The home
i port was reached at 7:30, bringing to
'a conclusion one of the most pleasant
;days imaginable. When Colonel Lew
! is, who had ridden the wildest bron
i choes of the western plains without
i pulling leather, who taught Buffalo
1 51 1 1 and Annie Oakley all they know-
Souders Laundering company at
B01-503 Twelfth street.. This laundry
is equipped with the very latest mod
ern machinery, turning out work that
Is not surpassed by any laundry In
Mueller Lumber company will en-
u fact:! ring company, lumber and
building material tor all purposes,
houses, barns, granaries. We will
give you an opportunity to save a big
per cent. Let us be of service to
Phil. S. Wilcher, the leading tin
and sheet metal worker. It will pay
you to learn about the Weir furnace.
It has the reputation of giving you
the greatest heat and consumes
about one-half less coal.
E. E. Lamp, plumbing, steam and
hot water heating, gas fitting. His
efficient knowledge of the business
justly entitles him to your patronage.
His shop has all modern equipments.
Everything In uluinbing supplies.
Math's bakery nd confectionery
store, the finest in the tri-cities-liread.
cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be beat. Most
people say they are superior to any
home baking. Let them serve you.
We are the leaders for up to date
laundry work. Each shirt finished
by hand and put up in a carton in-
TO SHOW FAMED ODYSSEY
$200,000 Film Is Secured for the Ma
jestic Theatre in This City.
That wonderful masterpiece of mov
ing pictured, known as Homer's "Od
jssey" or the "Advantage of I'lysaes"
will be presented to the patrons of the
Majestic theatre today and tomorrow.
The greatest of all sensations in the
'picture world is this hand colored film
made by Malana, who also made Dan
Scenes and events which history has
nnH, i rn f if iff m 1 nnr! ubifh llrjT-jtiiF-
has for centuries cherished have been'of rifle game, and who has swum
unain lifenncs in U1P --"PP- tour times without
l 1 1 i-i ii r M L- I W, I 1 ," v fi ri (r trnn in
able you to build a line hoube or barn, eood condition. We guarantee no
GO. A MEN SPEND
DAYON THE RANGE
Six Qualify as Marksmen Under
New System of Record
I From the IWauty Seeker )
Every woman has It in her own hands
to possess a beautiful and youthful
complexion. No matter how soiled,
faded or coarse the cuticle, ordinary
niercollzed wax will actually remove it,
and nature will substitute a skin as
soft, clear and lovely as a child's. The
action of the wax not drastic, but
gentle and agreeable. Minute parti
cles of scarf skin come off day by day.
yet no evidence of the treatment is j plete this
discernible, other than the gradual ! years old.
brought to amazing likeness
tion pictures. This great production
compelled originally one of the most
extensive outlays known In motion
picture history, and the results have
been pronounced stupendous. Th
lilms are marked by the most suo
cessful illusions ever attempted and
one could scarcely imagine this pic
ture costing $2o0.0im), but the fact is
that l.OOu men and women were en
gaged in producing this film and that
it required over two years to com-
play which is over 5,000
out of the choicest select lumber and
you will be surprised and yet pleas
ed to learn the low prices they are
The Boston Shoe company shoe
store will please and satisfy your
wants in reliable up-to-date foot-
wear, giving you solid comfort and
' long wear. You will tell your
i Kaiti and Reinhardt cigar store still
i take the lead. Most liberally patron- !
ized. Everything In tobaccos, cigars
. and smokers' supplies. Man is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
stopping for breath or a smoke, gave
the order to disperse, the crowd broke
up and all was peace.
complexlonal Improvement. One ounce
of niercollzed wax, procurable at any
One of the features is the mythical
20 foot giant, the secret of the
drug store, suffices for most cases. It production of whom has not been fully
Is put on at bedtime like cold cream j disclosed. The picture next shows the
and taken off in the morning with! Trojan war In a most realistic man-
w.rm water It la a certain method of ; ner as well as the burning of the city Genullle ph;adelphlan lawnmowers
d.scarding tan. freckles, sun spots, ; of Troy. The beautiful mermaids, the for eaJe at Charles Flebi g. 161 Third
and pimple. ifcUubter of the fcacred cattle, the de-
Wrlnkles ran be treated with benefit ftruction of the ships at tea, the trans-
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For express, call William Trefx.
Tri-City Tcwel Supply coinpanv.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug-makinf.
Lawn mowers sharpened and re
paired at Fiebig's, 1619 Third ave
nue. Our B. B. serge at $33 Is the beat
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's
T. S. O'Hara, nour and feed store,
is having a big trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
tor horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and
all kinds of poultry. It makes the
bens lay every day.
The Rock Island Lumber and Man-
cracked collars or cuffs. City Steam
laundry. Reid & Bollman, 417 Sev
W. L. Gansert's candy factory.
Rock Island's most important indus
try. Chocolates, creams and cara
n.els are sold by all first class con
fectioners and grocers. Call for
Gansert's and get the purest and beat.
M. R. Iglehart marble and granite
works save you the middleman's
profits. From 15 to 25 per cent saved
on every monument and all kinds of
monumental work. Call at our shop
on Second avenue and tee for your
self. Improving sight. That's what our
glasses are doing. If you have reason i
to believe that there la anything j
wrong witn your eyes at ail you
should have thence examined at once,
mall charge for prcper glasses. Con
sultation free at Fred Bleuer's, the
Six Company A men yesterday quali
fied as marksmen at the Watch Tower
rifle range in a strenuous day's work
out lasting from 9 o'clock in the morn
ing UTitil 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
The riflemen shot steadily, not even
taking time to eat.
All of these men are now qualified !
under the class n division, and al
though they will not he permitted to
try for the A division this year, they
will have the benefit of the practice on
the more difficult ranges, thus enabling
them to make the sharpshooters' di
vision easily next year.
NEW StSTKM THIF.I).
Yesterday the new rifle system was
given its initial tryout, and the results
have commended it. In former years
all men shot the same ranges, but un
der a new ruling, this year the com
pany is divided into classes A and B.
Class A division includes all men
who have completed their marksman's
course, who are now eligible to try for
the regular army ranges, which include
the 200 and 300 yard, slow and rapid
fire, the 500 and fiUO yard ranges, and
two skirmish runs.
All men who have not made the
marksman division, both new and old,
this year fall under class It, which in
cludes the 200. 300, 500 and OoO yard
ranges, all slow Are. Campbell, D.
Strickland, P. Strickland, Baker and
Baumgartner. all new men, and Ooff,
an old man, finished their second di
CO TO C.FE!EO.
Next Sunday Captain Ed Dunavin ex
pects to take a squad of men, who
have completed their marksman's
course, to Genoseo, to try out on the
longer ranges, 800 and 1,000 yards.
The local range does not permit of
tho long distance shooting necessary
for tho sharpshooter's course.
Captain Dunavin has written to Ad
jutant General F. S. Dickson asking
for permission to have the Company
A men's uniforms laundered, as they
are more or less the worse from wear,
as a result of the Wisconsin trip. A
favorable reply is expected within a
ON EXHIBIT AT HARMS
A magnificent 14-pound "Muskle,"
caught by Dr. Ralph Dart on his re
cent fishing trip in Wisconsin, has
been placed on exhibition at the Hotel
Harms, so that anyone doubting the
doctor's veracity as to his fishing ex
ploits, may find corroboration. Dr.
Dart captured the fish at Sand. Laic.
Wis., just a few miles from ic an
f lambeau, where he was camping
with Al Bear and Arthur Harms. Tho
big fish will be cut up into steaks
and served at the Hotel Harms at
the noon luncheon tomorrow.
Bill for Divorce.
Mrs". Mary Brown of this city has
filed a bill lor divorce alleging ex
treme and brutai treatment on the
part of the defendant, Paul Brown.
The couple were married In June 1911.
by bathing the face in a lotion prepar
ed by dissolving 1 ounce powdered
saxolit in 4 pint witch hazel. Instan
taneous results are secured.
formation of the Grecian king to a
beggar and 20.000 more pictures.
The production of this film Is said
to entail a destruction of property
worth thousands of dollars. Scarcely
a detail is shown that does not require
more than the ordinary care and
equipment that motion pictures Involve.
are moderate our work is
eotisfactory. Brinj in the
thin?! Toil &tlt m H e nanr
the rarment that hag been soil 'V, N, S56KdeParte1 Saturday and ! uu nt for Saalu, tha WMhaMe
rnT,.J ! w nU1 conTeDtion- i wall covering for kitchen, and bath-
tl Or ruined. which opens at Cleveland. Ohio. to-!r,,
BIG DELEGATION EAGLES
OFF FOR CLEVELAND MEETj
About 50 Eagles, members of local 1
Six per cent farm mortgages. JJt
ten fc Roberts, People's Natiorl bank
Milan artesian water, approved by
city and state, delivered daily.
Phone West 1770.
C. A. Speidel's drug store, the
store of quality. Qaiity In drugs
counts for everything.
Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coal.
Good black dirt given away at the
site of the proposed Odd Fellows
building. William McConoctie Sons.
Strecker & Lewis, wholesale and re-
Cleanlng. pressing, repairing.
Telephone Weat 317.
YE TOG SHOP
G. . BAKER
1807 Second Avenue.
" " was piannea at nrst to char- , .
ter a special, but this scheme was lat- SelEg machice8 repaired anS war-
er abandoned. However, Rock Island i rante1 tot 0De year SjPPlie8 Ior a
i will be well represented at the gather- : "nes. ieoig. iocKmun. itas
ling, and the local men will undoubted-1 Third aveBue-
! ly be heard from. Frank Wich for- i Ward fc McMahon will give you
i mally represents the Rock Island ! estimates on your plumbing, steam
i lodge. Other officials who made ihei&Dd fcot water beating that will aav
I trip were Secretary John F. Dindin-!T0U money.
ger and Past President C. P. Mc- j Bartlett Bros.' tea, offee, splcea,
taid, extracts and baking powders have eo,
People who eat Uncle Fam
Food laugh at constipation and
Because the FLAX in Cncle
Sam Food turns to oil 'way
down in the Intestines, ana
thoroughly lubricates the
digestive organs so that
-The Food Glides"
Tet Cncle Sam Food has
not the slightest taste or Cavor
of oil. It cannot have beraute
there is no oil in it until de
veloped by the heat of digest
ion. Eat t'r.ole Sam Food and
you can laugh at constipation
NOTE The ' new process of
sterilizing and toasting at a tem
perature of 200 degrtes st:':l fur
ther improves the taste and keep
ing qualities of thi3 food.
Extra Large Parkace at Vour
rtx t- r a c
S600 IS RAISED
BY BUTTON SALE
Fund for Memorial Monument
for Old Soldiers Is Consid
With $600 already assured from the
Isale of souvenir buttons Saturday and
several of the workers yet to be heard
' from, members of the Soldiers' Monu
: mental association should feel happy
! when they meet tonight at the sher
iff's office in the court houae to receive
j reports from Saturday's endeavors,
j The workers spent ail of Saturday
I morning, afternoon and evening on
. i . . . . .t j.
wore the buttons which show ed that !
they had given towards the funds for
the memorial block to tLe couc-ry's
veterans who are buried at Chippian
nock. CITIZENS TO HEAR FROM.
The association et ill needs about
ll'OO to complete the purchase price
of the adopted monument design, but
the citizens' committee which has
been at work securing pledges for
some months past has as yet failed
to report and when it does, the asso
ciation hopes to be much nearer the
Among Saturday's workers were
Mrs. Cora Casey and Mrs. Clara Gar
rison, neither of whom were included
in the published lists.
A WOMAN'S GOOD LOOKS
Depend on her general health and freedom ircm pain. Many a woman looks old
before her time because of those irro.uluritieb which are essentially feminine.
Starting from early womanhood, she buffers from frequently recurring derangements
that upset her womanly health. If she be beautiful she grows into that mellow
age without wrinkles aad crowfeet ubout the eyes or the blue circles underneath.
It is invariably the rule that uch women suffer little, or not at all, from womanly
derangements which sap the health and leave in the face the tell-tale story of pain
and suffering. Dr. U. V. Picrce,the famous specialist in the diseases of women, found
a prescription in his early practice thut soothed the organism peculiar to woman
hood oiled the machinery, as it were, of the human syttcm and helped the womaa
to pass those puiniul periods th-t scar-lined and U'cd her face. This remedy became
the well-known Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that has
benelitcd thousands of woniun and saved them from misery
and ku&cring at diflcrcnt periods in life.
Mrs. IlAintrt-V K. riEnrn. of lt P.rixht Street. Kara la, OnL. wrftwt
" I urn now a well utrT.:i.i miujt a.if'ir-.iK Uit throe years and tloctArinat
vHh rvverl fliirvrcnt fiix-ton. fich ni.a trying it was omthlns? differ
ent, arid the la't iiTif. alter d tttit-.i: rno tinni-ica a thorough Tainlnatiin,
said 1 whi B-.:r'. rmjr fn:n a e mwlh, which. In time, would result in
cariccr. uiid t- ii i would not live mnre than t'Ao years If nut oi,er
au d 5.i,n ri-.'i.t aw.-.y. I ricT.'inte hf.i-tu!y dmcotimfred but would not
rortsent ti tu f.t vauiii a I was ut Wf-ak and I'M, much afraid, but at
lart, tlinni!;h the luvh oof it friend. 1 tried l'r. I-lfirce's medicines, and
after uir:tr two lirirs f.f ihe 'ravorlus iT'-ariptirm ' 1 immediately
frit a ci: n;.t. I a!v, -:.r-1 two ioeij i.f 'Hrr.injr Suppositories ' and)
eight loxtj -f 'I i-l'1 la,' and run aaftly ii4i.:e the name of Dr.
yi:e-- a mediripi-a to ml v. ti'. Miller i'rorn ai.v i male disease, for these
rn'vli' ineaare aM iti'-y :i:c cU.;.fj(i Ut Le. uiul 1 huie will helrj otiiara aa
US. i'lLUCE. tlie r hi:vo b'-oed c- ."
f ras .Kit
r.Vi.ra i3 a species of Mood poverty known as Anaemia; Itec
rr.c S3 weak and impure that it is unaUc to supply the syf
,r .urUVimf-nt and r,n ntrtll to L.ICM-Te oiuuiaiy
-"Va a. .j - ,
health. In the
" . - , .1 ..,1, tli a onnot t
fir- st -i-es of Malana the complexion prowb p.-.c -a,. "rt--is
aV-cca the system prows bilious, and there is a genera! feeling of weak
net T A3 'the c rcnlation become more thoroughly .saturated th the ma
ness. Asiacu .vrtion. the dL'-.sUon is deranged, chills
.sV "'7. "'. ,.-r,A t , rrr,:nt .nd CO. F.kltl
diseases, boils, sores
and ulcers break out, and the entire neaiin Decomes
lmpa:rcd. Malaria tan only be cured by removing
the germs from the blood. S. S. S. destroys every
particle of malarial infection and builds up the
blood to a str ng nourishing condition. Then the
system receives its proper amount of nutriment,
tallow complexions gro- ruddy and healthful, the
liver and digestion are righted and every symptom
, --iai-.r;a Tita awav. S. S. S. cures in every
case because it purifies the blood. S. S. S is a safe and pleasant remedy
aTwell a3 an efficient one. Book on the blo.l and any medical advice free.
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