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TUT, ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRn, 4. 1013.
Trousers for Women Suspender Skirts
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t . . I I I !
Two Men Scalded. Joseph Dieter
u h, Ka'-t Eleventh strent, and
J-'rank Kubelka, Fifth and Main streets,
vn. seriously unaided yesterday at
tiie Kohrs Packing company. Moiling
I nt U'ttr nmirtntr frnm a vol ar.lauh. 1
ed over thm. burning their faces and
hrnds terribly in several places, BoCh
are at Merry hospital. According to
the members of the concern and other
work nu n -rnp!oyed there, the acci
dent was largely due to the nejrli
ppiire of the two men. Hoth had been
employed eali dny in draining the
ft over renderings from the large
vats. He" water was used in cleaning
the receptacles. Yesterday when the
men were draining the vats they open
id the valve wide and before They
had noticed it the refuse receptacle
into which the water was being drain
ed was filled The hot water splashed
in large nmrltps on the floor and i
stuck uieiorun ami Kutieit:a on the
faee, arms and head. Their feet were
nlso burned by the scalding water.-
Expect Favorable Action. Present
prospects are more encouraging for
favorable action by congress on the
liavenport dam bill than at any prevl
nun time, according fo T. A. Coke
fslr, president and general manager of
the (Iron Northern Development com
pany of Fniliith. the concern which
for the past year or more hna been
endeavoring to secure a franchise for
this $10.(X)u.(Mifi power project. The
(Greater Davenport commit"", through
its secretary. I ('. Norwood, has been
keeping In touch with the sf'uation as
concerns this measure. It will be re
called that all the Mils to authorire
dHtns rn navigable streams, includlnn
the Davenport bill, were vetoed by
l"Tesldent Taft after they had been
asse by both the senate and house
of represeniariveH. The president
based his action on the report from
the secretary of war. Insisting that
government righ's had not been suffi
c len'.ly protected in this dam bill and
tiiHt some arrangements should be
made for compensation to the govern
ment jom these water power projects.
Uecenfly Secretary' Norwood received
advices from Washington that either
a' the npeciHl session of congress or
the following regular session the gen
eral dam act would be amended so
tlia" the five or six pending water
power meusures would go through.
Soon to Close Saloon. Action of
S'niie sort or otiier concerning the re
moval of 31 saloons in Davenport will
have to be taken to the city council
within a short 'time. At Wednesday
turning's council meeting Mayor Muel.
ler nugge.iVil to the aldermen that
home consideration should be shown
the saloon owners in the very near
future, and that the council begin Its
work of weeding out the doomed sa
loons in as short a time as possible.
i ' 'he M3 saloons in the city ther
me only 43 allowed tinder the provi
sions of the Moon law which recently
I'Hsseri 'he legislature making it ap
plicable to special charter cities. It
Is not known what action will be taken
in the methods of weeding out the
saloons. Thnt the outlying sawns
will probably be favored among tne
v i ii5L
Farm Loans on
Name Amount Value Acres Miturity
Mcflaren $ 600 t 3.t0t 56i mix
'Met 'chough. 6u0 ;'.i'M' i:,-, iJ.js
rruiuis 800 6.".o t::; mi 8
lH!er 800 2,400 l'Ji . 1 S
farter 1.000 6.410 C4i mu
I'unkin 1.000 n. :" Hii m'.ji
ilson 1,000 t,.ono j,-,,,
flower 1,200 7.2ml 6,i2 miu
Wlrick l.uno 8.600 472 mi8
HiKKf 1.200 - 7.0U0 640 mi8
I'nlmer 1.300 3,520 lfiO mig
Went worth I.00O 4.0:.r 14S 1&17
llcnson 1.500 4.3f.O 16.1 1917
Nicholson 1.5o0 S.lvO 40 mis
Umli 1.500 8.140 64" mis
Ward 1.500 1'KmO ,?o mig
SumniiMB 1.500 12.1'tO w mi8
Faxton I.60O 4."..'0 y.-
Jon 1.6m) 4.6oo i
Wallace I.60O 4.500 -jen miS
llciity 1.650 4.ST0 ifii i?ls
Kfinert 1.800 l..tlnO 70 1915
Siu (.herd .000 14. o 4S0 l&ls
I'ace 2.000 5.600 160 mig
t 2.000 e.f-oo 160 mi;
Mills 2.200 f.ooo 160 1P18
!.uwson 2.250 t'.LT.O I6(j 1317
ll'we 2.250 6 000 160 1P17
Woodson 2.500 7.150 160 1017
''' 2.500 7.150 160 li-i7
2 500 14,000 1.260 mi$
Koiienl.crKer 2.500 12. 400 475
Hr.is.hear 2.-rn 16. r 161 mis
Hrlckron 5,00 20.720 1.732 1S18
lr.tfre-t on shove loans payable femi-a-inur.lly sr.d anual'.y. Loans
pffi-r.d f.i- rtly subject to prior sale a' par and interest; r.aiue first
te-.-iul choice. Complete application ; nd our booklet "Farr: Vor'
g.ict's nr .iu Investment" upon r.(. ert to our farm tuor':a,se depart-
STOCKS. EONDS. MORTGAGES
F'co'e National Bank Bu.ld no.
Phone West 122.
Recent dispatches from New York t
convince iig that they are here ct
last trousers for women. At various
times throughout the past there has
been considerable apprehension appre-
by the original wearing of
and quite a little "viewing
with alarm" has been done as It be
gan to be feared 'ha, our wives and
sisfers were going to usurp tiie one
roval preroea'ive of the brutal sejt.
viz : wearing pan'aloons. Now our j
worst fears are realized. 1
Of course they call 'em "suspender j
first is the opinion of those involved j
In the affair most closely. The down '
town saloons, to a certain erctent, wiu !
be hit the first and a large number '
will be eliminated. The law requires
the first "1 saloons to be removed
by July 1 of this year, and 31 each
succeeding year for two years until
the number if reduced to one f t
everv thousand inhabitants.
Grief to Leave. Rev. Herman P.
(Jrlef. pastor of the Holy Cross German
i Lutheran church of Helle avenue. East
Davenport, has accepted a call t
the German Lir-heran church at Wil
liamsburg, Iowa, and bves for his
new home in the near fu ure with his
family. Mr. Grief lias called Daven
port home for practically the pas ?.0
years as he had resided here most
of that time wfh 'he . exception of
i somp t'o year:; or more spent in the
Hickeys Bjy Corner. - An important j
transfer of Davenpor- business prop
j e.-ty tiok p. ace yesterday in the pur
chase of Hickev brothers, the w 11
known cigar merchants, of the block '
i at the southwest corner of Third and j
Perry streets. The ground was pur '
chased of the W. K. llaignt. heirs and I
the buildings thereon of W. J. Doyle, j
The property has a frontage of j
feet on Third stroet and a depth of ,
75 feet on Perry street. The corny ;
is occupied by the Wella-Ftirgo K.
press company and to the west is U- i
cated 'tiie, Mirror picture ihc.i rc. On ,
the two upper floors a,-e six fiat. !
While no consideration is given i" !
is understood tiie deal involv s about
Obituary Record. Mrs. Anna Cath-'
erine Margaretha 7-uber. a reslden?
of Scott county for the pas1:. 47 years.
succumbed to the alltien's of old age ;
at her home. 2144U os:. Second
Rock Island, lit
but they can't fool us.
Fants is pants. This new female ver
sion of the heretofore exclusively male
garment is a Paris creation, of course,
which makes it all the worse. Any
thinc in the way of ladies' styles from
t':iii ic nm'tr unre ff a GpnimH t prill.
The "skirt" has pockets over the j-95 which was gathered among em
hips, and In fact is throughout a pre- P'-oves m the manufacturing depart-
..... , , ments of the Deere plants. In addi-
cise imitation cf trousers. The gar- . , v
i j . ,1, k- ition. the office force is credited with a
ment Is maintained, so to speak, hy ! .
susp'nders jiiBt such as hubby gets
street, yesterday after an illnes of sis
weeks duration. She was over 65
years old. Deceased was born In Nord
Dittmarsclien. Germany. Sept. 30. 1S47,
and March 2, lS6o, lnnded in this
country with her paren's. The fam-
i ill- -'.r,ir riira,.t In TPliiiw town
i ': ' T .,' i
j where her marriage to Joseph Zuber
' took p. ace the latter part of the same j
I year. For some time the couple j
I farmed, and then retiring, came to '
i Davenport. Mrs. Zuber was preceded;
in death by her husband April 13, :
i:o?,. During the past six years "he,
'; aged woman has been making her .
i home with her children in Davenport. !
She leaves to mourn her death three
si ns. Lcuis. Charles and
her. and one daughter,
Thoer of Davenport.
Following a paralytic stroke suffered
from w hich she never re-'
covered. Mrs. Dorothea Kass. a
neer resident of Davenport, died
terdav at 'Jhe home of her daughter.
Mrs. Fred Flint. 1137 Leonard 8'reet,
at the age of 78 vcars. A native of
Germany, born there June 27. 18S4. she
was ednca'ed in the old country and
grew to womanhood. Sue was married
in her native village to Detlaf Hass.
The couple came To Davenport in 1857
find have since made their homo in
ill is ci'v. She is survived by the fol-
lowing childn n: Mrs. Henry Wirtrock
ot Hook Rapids, Iowa; Mrs. C laus
Harder of Doon. Iowa; Mrs. Peter
Khiers of l'.;. mouth. Cal.: Mrs. John
Stahl of ( liLi'on. Iowa; Mrs. Hnry
Ja.er.er and Mrs O'to Runee of Pipe
tun. Mini;.: Mrs. Kosa Stanton of
Prosper. Minn., find Mrs. Laura Lons
key ami Mrs. i-'.-ed Flip.', ihe latter
two res'diut in this city.
F. I.. Anderson returned from Gow-
Iow a, w here he had been railed by
the sericus illness and death of his
erect a hand-
l'.ert Richardfon will
some residence th;s spring
Mrs. Samv.elsou visited
frion th1 firs' of the week, enroute to
H V Island for an extended visit with '
rlit i -?.
Th" 1 ommercial cl;;!i will give a
1 :in-rt in ri.e O-ioti opera house next !
Sat urday venit.;-. Fioceeds to be'
uscrf '. r :he purchasing of oil to o'.l '
i.ic stv 1 in "irinn.
Mrs He:iry Brink, who has been
inie imi-:.v. is improving.
Adnii.'n Nelson's housi1, which was
damajr. .'. recently by Pre. has ur.der-
goii" a'l iiec.srary repairs and Mr.
N'!s":i tnov; -1 his family back to the'r
Err.est Shclt and Miss Grace Gold-i
n;sn r-?ti;rned to their school duties :
a: Hcd iing college after a several I
days' visit w ith the former's parents, !
'Mr an; Mrs. Hans Pholt.
Th-' n.ass meeting he;d under the i
a''!ipict.s of the Moth' rs" association ;
in tho i;itrcst of the township high!
fcliool. was we;i attended, the opera
house be.rg packed beyond its capae-
!. The program was one of the iest
ever l.su-Ti.d to 1 y the people of
Griop. Th? speeches l,y Dr. J. E. Wes-
rlii-.d of Cambridge and Professor
Hickerson of the Macomb State Xor- j
closely listened to. Super- j
Odonweller expVIned the
law sr.d .financing of a township high
school n such a plain and instructive j
way ;ia everyone 6eemed to under-:
stand. But af:r all the efforts made !
to irnrress the people of Western!
township what advantaee a township!
high c':.oo! would be to the people of i
tfs .township, those against the town-!
"'V ":a scr.oo. won Dv ll votes I
'''f Ala sorietv of V.t M P
wnl meet with Mrs. Finlev
April 16. Text
Ch3Inerlain's Stomach and Liver !
la.Jir.a :una 'iv cr:;.t renef to wo-
s:r:erir.c irom chronic constlca-
ur-auci e. uiuutLf, aizrmess.
sa.mwnes.- or tee SKin ana CyspepE:a.
Scld ly ell druggiE-.s. (Adv.)
Power Off; Light Out Merchants
on Fifteenth street who did not have
gas lights in their rooms were forced
to close up because of no light "Wed
nesday. The cause was a short cir
cuit on one of the leads ont of the
power station at Fourth street The
lights went out about 10 o'clock and
remained out for an hour and until a
gang of electricians located the trou-
Fund Will Reach S3, 000. The flood
relief fund is still growing and indica
tions now are that Moline's contribu-
tion to alleviate suffering in the strick-
en districts to the east will amount
close to JS.Oiw. Within the last -i
hours the fund in charge of Commis
sioner C. V. Johnson has been substan
tially increased until the total on hand
is 52.149.42. The largest, individual
contribution recorded was one of
: donation of $200.75.
Formal Call to Pastor. A formal
call to become pastor of the local
J United Presbyterian church has been
i extended to Rev. J. H. iMUler of
I Hays. Ind., a man with an unusual rec
ord for service, and it was reported at
;the annual congregational meeting of
i the church that a favorable reply was
expected from Mr. Miller withip
New Smallpox Case. E. J. Hock, re
siding at. 1218 Fourth aveune, has de
veloped a case of smallpox. He came
from Davenport Monday with hB wife,
taking rooms at the Peter Hanson
home. He was at work at Deere &
Co. one day, when the disease became
pronounced and line three residents of
the Hanson homestead quarantined.
Introduce Efficiency Plan. Officers
0f the Root. & VanDervoort Engineer-
pio-jing company are instituting an effl-yes-
i ciency plan for perfecting the system
of management in the 6hops at East
Moline. Beginning yesterday they are
holding noon meetings of the foremen
of the various departments, in which
matters pertaining to their work will
be discussed and consultation will be
had with the directing officers of the
concern. Meetings of foremen here
tofore have been held only once a
week. In order to afford a convenient
! and pleasant, means of holding the
fleeting, a dining room with its nec
essary equipment has been installed,
! where noonday meals will be served by
jthe company to all foremen. There
are between 2'i and 'Jo of these men in
I the vat ions departments.
Horse Drowns in Ravine. There
was a deep water catastrophe in Mo
j line Wednesday which represents mon
jey out for the city. A valuable horse,
j owned by Charles Rogers, which had
; only the day before been pressed into
I the service of the city health depart-
ment. met its end by drowning in the
j extensive rsv'ne a half block east or
rne new city tiarns on J nirte.ent.n ave
nue and Seventeenth strrot. The driv-
rr t(c.'im" adventurous and backed his
' cart too close to the edge of the ra-
1 vine, and over it went, horse and all,
.into 15 Pet of watr.
Obituary Record. Leonard Emil. R
monthsold son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Oaiy Two Es Required
By Mr s.Janet Mc Ken tie Hill. Editor of
ike ISatun Cooking School Magazine
This Jelly Roll is fast becoming- very
popular on account of the way it keep3
fresh. With proper hannlini? it should
keep fresh a whole week, providing it
Isn't er.tca up in the ::ieaniiaie, for it is
every bit .s good aa it looks. 33
K C Jelly Boll
One evf si.'ed four; srant half tra
Itocntdl salt ; t level teafpoonjuls K C
liaiiwg Powder f prated rind of 1
lemon; S egg yatrn light: J enp sugar ;
cup hot b:M; glass of jelly; pow
Beat tl-e snjrar into the eggs; add the
i Icr-.on rind, then the flour, sifted three
tnn-s w.ih the salt and baiting powner; ;
and, lastly, the tailli. Bake in abut- i
tered dripping- pan; turn out on a damp
cloth, trim off the crisp edes; spread
with jelly and turn over and over into
a roll while still warm. Dredge the top
with powdered sugar.
Hot milk used in the jelly roll en
ables it to be roiled without danger of
m-lr .1.-i: v,
' be careful to have the esres ar.i
sr.-ar beaten together until very lijr:;t
and creamy. Eake in a moderate oven.
K C Jelly Roll is illustrated on pa;re
thirty-two of the new and handsomely
i:lastratel 6t-s.nre K C Cook's r.ook.
which tr.av b; secured free by failing
the certifioite packed in every 25-ctct
Can ot K C Ka no- Powder tr th
j Jaqces mfg. Co., Chicago, LU.
ripPN' o j u fit Drink
I l;"i:!;,.iL Read the following LrinK
opinion of a scientist, Beer
fti'l i P an authority who ,
mMMaf has exper- trOITI
StfearrS) and there-
mmffiif J foreknows J f GiaSS
prUi f thM "Hf 1 Iwi titles J '
1 ? JJ cayeveiTin (jf vi
All A J' pure beer.
"We have tested beers repeatedly, pla-
h cing the bottles in the direct sunlight, and J
i testing the same after one, two, three j
H and five minutes exposure, found that
and five minutes exposure, found that
the beer with three and five minutes exposure became
undrinkable on account of the peculiar odor developed.
The detrimental effect of light upon beer can be suc
cessfully counteracted by the employment of brown
or dark colored glass bottles, and such bottles are,
Wahl-Henius Institute of Fermentology.
m the beer with three and live minutes exposure became a
absolute purity in Schlitz beer.
We have adopted every invention, every innovation,
every idea that could make for purity.
Schlitz was first brewed in a hut. Today our agencies
dot the earth. Our output exceeds a million barrels a year.
! Carlson cf 2000 Thirteenth street,
j passed away from the home at 7:30
: Wednesday night. He had been ill
I only one week, death being due to
! pneumonia. Ieonard w as born in this
joi;y Oct. 5, 1912, and leaves his be
'rfaved parents and two sisters, Alice
; and Violet.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. lieckw'th of Dav
enport fpent Sunday with Mrs. Bek
witii's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs Avalina Johnson of Watertown
visi er ovr Sunday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Clans Hanson.
Mrs. Frank McKenrick w as a Daven
port business caller Monday.
Mrs. Edward Frary is quite ill with
Mi?s Alice Fahlstrom was entertain
ed by the Misees Myrtle and Neli:e
Ficrin at their home on Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Rosemond was a Mo
line caller last week.
Mrs. Steve Adams and children Ber
yle and Richard of East Moline v.ait
ed with relatives here Monday.
Miss Blanche Swank was a Moline
business (?.lr Saturday.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. R';?s Russel of East
Mollr.e spent Sunday at the August
Prof. William Troutman was a Mo
line huslness caller Saturday.
Bert Roseii.ond visited on r Sunday
at the horn'.- of his uncle, James Rose
mond, at Muscatine, Iowa.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Steve Mitten were Mo
lice visitors Monday.
Mrs. Ionard Frank of Reynolds !s
visiting at the home of her father,
1 nc D66r
That Made Milwaukee SI
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Swank enter
tained at their home Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Adams and daughters Mil
dred and Alma of East Moline, and
Ker.ry Setter of Rapids City.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cor'oin and fam
ily of Moline spent Sunday t the
home cf Mrs. Corbin's sister, Mrs. Wil
August Eeloski, Jr., is able to be out
again after an 'snack of the grip.
The Misses Ella and Margaret
O'Dcr-r.e'.l wre Moline cailers Satur
day. Miss Mildred Beck of Rock Island,
music instructor, was a bus nesa caller
L-'o;-d, the 12 jtar old ton of Mr.
"We have tested beers repeatedly, pla
cing the bottles in the direct sunlight, and
testing the same after one, two, three
Brown Bottle is only
'and Mrs. Actust Sclilucter, was laken
Seriously ill Saturday. Funday they
summon' d Dr.-. Arp ami Hani-in. A
1 consuliat ion was lit'd and they found
! the boy was suffering from a f-cvere
lease cf appendicitis. They took the
little boy to t'i" Moline city hospital
at, 3 p. in., aii l at 7 p. m. they per
formed an operation.
Richard V. O Lorm-dl was a Moline
j The infant daughter cf Mr. and Mrs.
Gecrge Kennedy is recovering from a
seven- .-ittack of the grip.
Mrs. - iliiam Gainey visited with
.her sister. Mrs. I.eitoy Uan.p.son at
I Mi.-s Miirtha Weitz visited Sunday
w ith her cousin, Maii' l Wejiz, jit Hot k
island. For Hair Health
Tf !csa!l "91" Ha r Tonic dos
fat improvs the Kieailii cf your
scalp ind hair, we will pay for
what you uac during ths trial.
We .'fi-i'.d r.i t fo s'roriKly ondorBS
Louli "ii'.i" li jir Toi.ii: ;t:i 1 .'.:; ti.iua
to ll it to t'.o samf pfoftj- If it did
not do all we claim, si. ,uil it hot
p.jve entlr-!y nai la'aftory t..ir cu.v
toniTs would Jo..- f;u!i in us w
Wild lo" their p-ti roiKig'!, arid ou
bui. would iu.'T. r.
If yoi:r hair is f:d'.ir. out or yoii
ri.T-r a:iy f.tl:) tr-,u,i, , v,-. i. l.-.-a
lit i-.li "'.i.'S" liair J o:.,..- v..';i ,l m;,r
to eradicate ttis tiar.d: :,!'f, ry i..-.ilth
t" the 'aip. h'luiul.'.te new hair
frr.wj. n:ni prevt-M prt m:. .re bald
liC'!" t.-:!m any otl.-r butuaa u. nry.
V. e w?r.t you to ir.ui-e t; prove
ti;i. W k tv'k yoi to ri- no r,ony
K.'..-.te-r-r. K iv a l,,t'!,, ,f i;xil
' Hair To.-iif. use it a'-crdii: t:
l.rectiocs for tt-.ir'.f d.y!; t.h,;a it
rou are not e i..r'lr ati;!: -d, corns
Snd tell us and we wid prompi.l vha.id
bark ths ijior.'-y you paid u-i for it.
We wou't s:-k you to h .-i any
thir.if. i,t r evci hrini? t;. little
bb'.-t. We won't rtl.hM.! von ia
tny way. V.' will u.ke your ns-tn
word. Could anvtr.in be n.or fan 1
Co Jd we do ayti.i:, ir..r to ;,ror)
cur belief in R'-xili "T i ' ' Hi. r Touic. X
and our horip'ty of rurpof ft in rooi
Bieai.oft it u you?
tlcxall "03" Hfcr Torn" is as f.Ia
snt to xiv) s. !.nir wuter a.;d !.as
bvt B faint, ple;;:r. Of! or. It rr.rr.'t
ir. two ut:s of Uttim. ')-. ar.d tl.'rj.
You can buv Rer:!l "ri; ' II ;r Tonij
(a l.iij cciun.ouity only -'. our s'. r5:
THOMAS DRUG CO.
Rock lFlt:( Tht J',r ' UJloaJs
TfcrT ij a R u'! firjrn in n--vi1y nwr ry-i !
ani (if. it tut Ua-Url Suite . V-.t;Ja aai
'" irf JU. T...-:r it a t..T. r- :l iUiail
Rr:a .-if lor n-.r.v vi-r orrlir..t,-y i..rai il.
v .1 -orj-ciaiiy ti .izn'- J for t; partir.Ur Hi
lor w;j.-n ii 10 rcort.mecje'i.
Tha Rexall Stores r America's Craatast
See that croivn or cork
is branded "ScMite."
Phone West 14
Carse & Ohlweiler Co.
425-431 Eleventh St.
All the news all the time
FOR MEN'S DISEASES
you will save
liioiit-y iiiiti Ula-appulnuin-nt
uu hkI tue lltl't
With our lure
Ira.' tlcfc iio KUt-r-a
work, but put
you rlKl,t on tli
btet Irnilriit-nt to
-ffwt tno quick
est cure. It." ii i c m -tier,
our ii, urges
Tor a cuio artt
tue lowest tf any
II you nr.- uiiBucceaaf ully treated by
u:lier Uoctora. cunm to tia luiu net
t.,e i K'.t trtuljjit.iit at one.
"OLD CHRONIC CASES'
( ouif fur Muplurr, arlcoae Fa
l.irkru.ruia, Kaullrtl Vriua, lures,
I'alulul rr;ilus, I'liia, "Nrrvoua
tiraa, llai'kai'hr, iiaeuiuallaui, 1 a.
larru. Mu;iiu b and Heart I roubles,
Hltiury aatl Mlailtlrr llraara, sklai
autl Iliouil lilaeaara, I ulltiiK It air,
1.0illiua on Italia, lute.
if you i.ave an onl ca.a that has
be.-ii haiiHiiiK on for weeka or months
an-l wl.nui ineUlf.-i ,tea irum do:tora
BieJ dr iKKia'.M r an t fce-ui to cum ui
Mht, tlit-ie Is aonie rruHon. We hava
a lent liio cure for Un.iw rase ami
will t-ure you tIkM. u kly and
rt.uaply. Ijou t lei cbronlu diaeuati
Oiau ;'iu dov.n and weaken your vi
tality or wreck your manhood.
qulrkly rt stored. Io yo i feel you
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