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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, cditoh 4 Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1906. 1906 MARCH 1906 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. ZT23 45 6789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24: :25 26 27 28 29 30 31 MOON'S PHASES. Third $ Quarter O ft. in. Vl Quarter 1 1 a.m New n H :(" Moon I'k p. la 10 p.m. Vi Moon AXXOUXCEMEXTS. Tkrms. Congress, $20; Senate, $15; Assembly, $12; District Attorney, $7. The cash iniiHt invariably accompany the order for announcement. Krpulilirnn rrimnrlro, Snt., Mny S, lOOO. CONGRESS. I desire to presont my name for the consideration of the Republican voters of tins Congressional District as a candidate for member of Congress, subject to the will of tbe county primaries and the dis trict conference. O. C. Ar.LKN, Warren, Pa. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for representative in Congress from the twenty-eighth district of Pennsylva nia. 11. II. Cuminos, Tidioute, Pa. ASSEMBLY. We are authorized to announce John II. Romertson, ol Tionesta Borough, as a candidate lor Assembly, subject to Re publican usages. We are authorized to announce T. D. Collins, of Ureen township, as a candi date tor Assembly, subject to Republican usages. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce A. C. Bkown, Esq.. of Tionesta, as a candidate for District Attorney, subject to Republi can usages. STATE DELEGATE. We are authorized to announce Asa H. StawoRTR, of Jenks township, as a can didate for Delegate to the Republican Stale Convention. We are authorized to announce Clifton Cassatt, of Harnett township, as a candi date for Delegate to tbe Republican State Convention. We are authorized to announce Otto Runou-H, of Hickory township, as a candidate for Delegate to tbe Republican State Convention. Thr great Democratic question: What is the feeling of Bryan, Hearst and Tom Johnson toward each other? Life insurance people are finding It a hard matter to go against a legislature without an educational fund. Some men are born grafters, some ac quire the art after hard practice, and some are elected to the U. S. Senate. It will take more lhan thirty years to complete the Panama canal if all of the work has to be done in Washington. Prksident Roosevelt was glad to see bis Standard Oil callers but he bad tbe presence of mind to keep his "lingers crossed" while talking to Mr. Rogers. About tbe best that can be said for the Senalejust now, is that it is putting up some splendid arguments in favor of the election of Senators by popular vote. JnxtK Pakkrr says be is convinced that President Roosevelt will ask for an other nomination. Let's see, who is Judge Parkei?-Oil City Blizzard. Who was J udge Parker? Of coarse the coal operators resent the interference of President Roosevelt Still they do not like to say much as the Pres ident already is much too popular to suit them. Public interest in bis case has modified some Bince the cable assures us that Mrs. De Casiellane even if she is divorced will allow Boni a sufficient allowance fur cor sets and shoulder pads for the balance of bis life. The Mississippi legislature has con sidered a bill to abolish bridge wbist, eu chre and other card games, and now a law-maker proposes to legalize lynching. The Mississippi taste for amusement is evidently peculiar. The Fianklin News learns that "A Massachusetts Yankee has patented a device to make tombstones out of con crete. Happy thought! Any man who can buy a barrel of cement and a load of sand, can get some wooden letters and fix his own tombstone to suit himself. The date of death need not matter; few care whether the departed died at one time or anothor. From the way some grave-stones misrepresent the facts, it would also be a good idea to make con crete from tombstones." Bearing upon the need of drastic leg islation against discriminations and re bates to favored shippers, the New York Evening Post says: After tbe solemn as surance we have bad that the railways bad voluntarily stopped rebating, it is surprising yet not so very surprising to read Saturday's testimony by the general fright agout of the Big Four. He ad mitted that both coal and steel had been carried by bis road at loss than scheduled rates, the difference being paid back to certain shippers in cash. This was done, It is true, 'Mast year," but the law was explicit and was Hhamnlessly violated, and the coining to light of the facts at this juncture cannot fail to infliintire leg islation at Washington. Senator Tillman will be upheld in calling for an amend ment to the Hepburn bill which will "put stripes" on any convicted rebator. And, although such rebates have no logical or legal connection with the rate making clauses, tboir disclosure now will un doubtedly aid those who would pass it in a sweeping and dangerous form. For tliis, the lawless railroad officials have only themselves to thank. They are the rivals of agitators and anarchists in in viting attacks upon property. Andrew Carnegie Is williug to Invest a few of bis loose millions in tbe great cause of spelling reform. Will he please start tbe good work by spelling his name just as be would have it pronounced as no two persons appear to agree on that Im portant raattei? When Speaker Caunon snt down at bia desk at the capltol the other day he found slip of paper on it, asking him to call up on the telephone "East 1428." The speaker went to the telephone, asked for the number and when an answer came, said: "Do you want me?" "I don't know," came back the answer. "Well, I haven't time to be fooling around here; do you want me?" insisted the spoaker. "Who are you, anyway? This la the government hospital for the Insane," came back (he answer. "If you think you ought to be here, why come along." It waa all the speaker said, as he sat down and realized that some one had been playing a joke on him. Cream of Die Sows. Don't tbink that because riches have wings you will bo able to catch them on tbe fly. Wanamakor A Brown were tbe origi nators of tailor-made suits from tbe sam ple book. IIopklu8 is the agent. It A woman never pays much attention to her husband's talk unless he talks In his sleep. Prospects are good for tbo largest at ttendance in the history of Ediiiboro Normal for the spring session which be gins March 27lh. John V. Bigler, Prin cipal, it There is consolation in tho Biblo for all except the woman who isn't Invited when her neighbor gives a party. It will not cost you a cent to try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets, and they are excellent for stomach troubles and constipation. (.let a free sample at Dunn & Fulton's drug store. If you want the Tribune Farmer and the Forest Republican, one year for $1.25, now Is your time. You've had a sample copy of the Farmer and you know its all right. The offer will not extend longer than the month of March. Z. T. Drake, McGraw, Warren coun ty, Pa., bad a felon on his hand that kept him awake three uiuhla. San-Cura Oint ment stopped tbe pain, drew out the pus, and healed it completely. San-Cura Ointment, 25 and 50c. All druggists, tf Soou as we get over the chilblains we can begin to expect the mosquito season. I was afflicted thirty years with piles and spent $000 for pile medicines Two bottles of San-Cura Ointment cured me and I have no return of the piles in three years. James Lynch, Enterprise, Pn. San-Cura Ointment, 25 aud 5(lu. All druggists. tf Any man who trusts to cunning for success is next door to a thief. Alwnys Kfrp I'liniiibrrlnln'a CoiihIi Item. city in the Hoiihp. "We would not be without Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, It is kept on hand continually in our borne," says W, W. Kearney, editor of tbe Independent, Lowry City, Mo. That is just what every family should do. When kept at band ready for iustant use, a cold may be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than after it has become settled in the system. This remedy is also with out a peer for croup in children, and will prevent the attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the cronpy cough appears, which can only be done when the remedy is kept at nanu. tor sate ny Dunn & Hilton. I told mv wile I did not care whether I lived fifteen minutes or not, I telt so weak and miserable. Six bottles of Thompson's Bsrosma completely re stored my health. M. R. Waid, 61 Pros pect St., Titusville. Pa. 60c and $1. All druggists. tf Eczema, Teller, halt ltlii-11111, Ilrli, Ring worm, Herpes, Bnrbers' Itch. All of these diseases are attended by in tense itching, which is almost instantly relieved by applying Chamberlain's Salve and by its continued use a permanent cure may be effected. It has, in fast, cured many cases that had resisted other treatment. Price 25 cents per'box. For sale by Dunn & Fulton. TO IT HE A COM1 I ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. A III id cil With Khcnninthjiii. "I was and am yet alllicted with rheu matism," says Mr. J. C. Bayne, editor of the Herald, Addington, Indian Territory, "but thanks to Chamberlain's Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business. It is the best of liniments." If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords. One application releives the pain. For sale by Dunn & Fulton, I tad been sick' for two years with backache and kidney trouble. It was only with great effort and a great deal of pain that I could got up out of a chair or bed. I tried all tho leadiug kidney cures and doctored with one doctor all winter, but got vory little relief. After taking three bottles of Thompson's Barosma I was entirely cored aud have been for three years. My wile also had been troubled wi'b her back, but one bottle of Barosma cured her. P. M. Smith, Plum, Venango county, Pa. tf If you have Bright's disease of the kidneys and have been given up by the doctors take Thompson's Barosma. It will euro you. fine and $1. tf A Favorite Uemeily for liable. Its pleasant taste and promptcure have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a favorite with the mothers of small chil dren. It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneu monia or other serious consequences. It not only cures croup, but when giveu as soon as ihecroupy cough appears will pre vent the attack. For sale by Dunn it Fulton. l'rolect I'roiiriftiirjr .Meiliclnes. Did it ever occur to you that proprie tary medicines are a blessing to maukiud generally? The good ones have long continued sale; the poor ones have short lifo and soon leave the market. If we had to depend entirely upon phy slcians and druggists it would be expen sive and very inconvenient at times, es pecially in tho country and at night when neither could be conveniently reached. For nearly forty years Boschee's German Syrup lias been used in many families, and thousands nt lives of adults and children Lave been saved by its use, when it was impossible to reach a physi cian, German Syrup is tbe best house bold remedy lor coughs, colds, throat and lung trouble. It quickly relieves the backing cough, loosens the phlegm, and brings sound and refreshing sleep. Twenty-live and seventy-five cents. Get a copy of Green's Prize Almanac. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. 'rocker' Btheuninlle Cure Is for sale ill this community by Dunn A Fulton at 50c the bottlo. It's made in Warren, Pa., by a reliable company of business men who are convinced of Its merits. Tbo medicine is taken internally in small doses and cures a larger per cent 01 cases man any miier similar remedy The Phillips Drug Co., Warren, Pa. A V AK ATKl:i IT UK FOR I'll. KM. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding rues. DriiuglstM are authorized to relund money if Pazo Ointment falls to cure in 0 to 14 days. 50c. I had a sore on the back of my hand for over a year caused by cutting it on a barbed wire. 1 used all the different remedies and the doctors opened it and treated, but it seemed to grow worse. My druggist advised me to try Sau-Cura Ointment, and one bottle cured the sore in two weeks. It is wonderful. E. A. Thompson, Hutchinson, Kansas. San Cura Ointment25and 50c. A II druggists. Did you got a sample copy of the Tribune Farmer? How do you like it? This remarkably able farm journal, pub lished weekly, can bo hail during this month in jonncction with the Reitbli can for the small sum of 25 cents for the coming year. Old subscribers on the Republican's lUl cau have the Tribune Farmer by paying up Arrearages, and one year in advance and 25 cents extra. The same advantage Is also extended to new siihsoiibers. This offer will -positively closo with this month of March, so if you want tbe two best papers pub lished, for $1.25, now is the time to get thorn. TIONKSTA aiA.lt ItlOTS CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY, BY RELIABLE DEALERS Flour 'tH sack 1.15 1.40 Buckwheat Hour, ih .3 Corn meal, food, V 100 ft.. ($1.15 Corn meal, family, 'r 100 lb 1.75(i.2.00 Chop feed, pure grain ((1.25 Data .4,ri Corn, shelled (jiliS Beans bushol 2.75 Ham, sugar cured ,15 Bacon, sugar cured .15 Shoulders .13 Salt Pork, th 12) Whiteflsh kit 50(iU) Sugar .OS(.01 Syrup ;5($ .50 N. O. Molasses .35(g) .50 Coffee, Koast Rio 16 Coffee, blended Java .25 Tea 35 .50 Butter .25 Butler, creamery .30 Rice 05. 10 Eggs, fresh 15 Salt 8 barrel 1.25 Lard .12 Potatoes, bushel 80!K) Potatoes, sweet, lb .21 Lime Tt barrol 1.25 Nails keg 2.75 Wool 2022 CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. f The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the partner ship of (ieorgia A Aylosworth, of En deavor, Forest County, Pa., was dissolved by mutual consent on tbe 15th day of March, 1SXXI. All accounts of the said firm will be settled by J. P. Aylesworth, ol Endeavor, Pa. County Bridge Painting. As per Act of Assembly, approved April 21, 1003, the Commissioners of For est County will receive sealed proposals for the painting of the following bridges: Bridge across Tionesta Creek at Fox bnrg, Howe Twp. Lennth of span, 173 feet; width of roadway 111 feet in clear. Bridge across Maple Creek, at or near the mouth, Barnett Twp. Length of span, 041 feet, width of roadway, 10 feet In clear. Bridge across Allegheny River at Tio nesta, two spans. One span 80 feet long, aud one span 104 fe'ot long, width of road way, 18 feet in clear. AH guard rails and all iron and steel to be first thoroughly cleaned by removing all scales and blisters and then to bo thor oughly painted one coat with a paint of established reputation for five years' du rability on metal surfaces, and to be guaranteed to remain in good and effect ive condition for five years from date of painting; all loose nuts to bo tightened. Contractor to furnish all materials, also furnish and removo all scaffolding. Bids will be received on each separate bridge as above. All work to he completed on or before the first day of September, 1900. All bids must be on tile in tbe Commis sioners' oflice in Tionesta, on or before the first day of May, liH'O. Tho Couimis sinners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Leonard Agnew, Andrew Wolf, Philip Emeht, County Commissioners. Attest: J. T. Dale, Clerk. Tionesta, Pa., March 12, 1000. Xolice. James Cook, having left his boarding place at my home, tho public is hereby notified that I will nav no bills of his contracting. Mrs. J. Y. Armaoost. Barnett twp., to rest county, Pa., March 12, 1000. On Sale at Our NEWS ROOM Saturdays Or will be delivered in your bouse tlie following papers : The uh"ulo Illustrated Express, The N. Y. Illustrated Record, The Saturday Kvening Post, The Pennsylvania Grit, The Chioagi Ledger aud .Blade. We also have (he Buffalo Daily Morning Express, which we cau de liver to you at noon. Carson & Matson Newsdealers. THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, OF TIONESTA, - PENN. S. S. CANFIEID PROPRIETOR. WANTED: by Chicago wholesale and mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and ad joining territory. Salary $20 and rxpenses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. No Investment or experience required. Write nt oncn for full particulars ami en close self.aildrMssed envelope. COOPER A Co., 1.12 LaWoXt., Chicago, 111. Going to Paint? 05 A Y f 5 8 R X p E R I E N V E o u A R A N T E E Made by People who "Kuow How." $1.50 per Gallon. G. W. ROBINSON & SON Tiouesta, Tu. 17INANCIAL STATEMENT of Tio 1 nesta Boro, March 12, 1006: Assets. Bal. due from S. J. Setlev 1001 tax..$ 73 09 " " " '03 road tax 60 13 " " " 1!M4 lax 20 85 ' '04 road tax 127 01 " " W.II.IIood 05 " ISO 04 Balance in hands of Treasurer 140 87 008 49 Liabilities. Outstanding orders , 67 10 Assets over liabilities 651 33 $008 49 Tbe above is a correct statement of the finances of the Boro accounts as they ap pear on the Boro books. pVj"D') suitors. REPOHT Ob' THE AUDITORS 01 Tlo nesta Township, for tbe year ending March 11, 1900: . Win. Lawrence, Treasurer. Dr. Mar. 1.1, 1905, balance f 57 06 Reo'd from Jacob Wagner for lumber sold 1 00 Reo'd from Win. Nichol, Col 182 02 " " " 449 09 " HenrvSlbble, old scraper 2 50 " Wm. Nichol, Col 05 00 " Co. Co in' rs, cash road 100 00 " " general road.. 274 00 " Wm. Nichol, Col 40 59 f 1212 00 Cr. By orders paid fi84 07 By 5 per cent." com. on $984 07 49 23 By balauco in treasury 178 10 f 1212 06 Win. Nichol, Col. Dr. To duplicato 1905 8!U 45 To 5 per cent, added to 910.U9 2 03 f893 48 Cr. By S per ct. abatement on $005.58...$ S3 27 8 per cent. com. on $051.S6 19 55 Paid to Treasurer 632 31 Rebate on timber, O. W. Proper... 6 03 5 per cent, abatement on $0.03 -SO 3 per cent. com. on J0.03 18 8 per cent. com. on $10U 00 5 OO Paid Treasurer 95 00 Land returus 41 60 Rebate on wide-tired wagon, Henry Wnguer 81 Exoneiauona 10 71 5 per cent. com. on $12.72 2 13 Paid Treasurer 40 59 9-S93 48 Account of Koad Commissioners for services: W. J. McKee, Road Commissioner. Cr. By 12 days service $19 20 Dr. To orders drawn $19 20 tlenry Sihhle, Road Commissioner. Cr. By 15 davs' sorvice $24 00 By 14 days' work 22 40 By 4) days' team work. 10 87 $03 27 Dr. To orders drawn $03 27 Jacob Wagner, Road Commissioner. Cr. By 10 days' services $25 60 Dr. Toordersdrawn $25 00 Assets. Balance in treasury $178 10 Due unseated land 359 78 Due cash tax 102 12 $040 06 Liabilities. Net indebtedness $1178 00 Orders outstanding 149 71 $1327 71 Deficit 087 65 We tbe undersigned Auditors of Tio nesta Township, hereby certify that we have examined the above accounts and found them to be correct. J 11. VV'entworth, "I A. L. Ntiuckknhkho, (-Auditors. M. Jaun, J Attest M. A. Cakrinoek, Clerk. WHITE PINE Flooring, Siding, and material for Window Casings 11 ml Inside Work. A good supply to select from always in 9tock. Call on nr address. JAS. J. LANDERS, TIONESTA, PA. or F. P. AMSLER. A.C.UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. It tar of IIoJcl Weaver TIONESTA, PA. Telephone Ao. 20. IT DAVC TO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER Chamberlain's Dtorrhoea Remedy, ever falls. Buy it now. It may save life. I 1 wm-tf I ' I yljjip The Walk-Over Shoe. We are showing the Spring Styles. Regular Cuts and Oxfords. $3.50-94.00 GUID k SDN. STORE A new inrnice of Earl & Wilson Collars of over 100 dn.en has just been opened, Better look at the new shapes. Handsome New Pprinp Neckwear, Walt'in aud Kaiser' exclusivo styles and Silks, 23e, 50o, 75c. 1 and $1.60. Fashionable Fancy Vests the now grays and lie" red whites; rich new etnll'tlmt is right in style and price. Spring weights iu Gloves tans and yravs. Cadets aud regular sizes, $1. $1.50, $2. This is the tinio to order your Shirts if you like to have them made to your order. The spring and sum mer selections of materials are here. Prices $1.50 to $2. Not fit, nn pay. The linen of a gentlaman you can always fin it it here. Some of those Unlaundered All LiDpn Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, just half ptice, $1.50 per dozen. THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29SENECAST.. OIL CITY, PA. Fred. Orcttonbcrgor GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work irtnining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well TooIh, C5b8 or Water Kit tines and General ltltu'ksinitliiii prompt ly done at Low Kates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop iu rear of and just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. KRED. GRETTI&BEROER PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER, Itepalrtt ISoMers, Stills Tanks, Agitators. Hiijn and Nell Neeond hand ItoilerN, Ete. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End ofSuepei'siou Bridge, Third ward, OIL CITY, IA. NOTICE. Dr Ileid wishes to announce that since last Heplcmher ho has been tbe proprietor of tbe Ntw York Painless Dentists, buying out all the iuterests formerly owned by Dr. Delloy. Dr. Ileid gives every patient bis personal attention aud is bringing good den tistry within reach of all. Charges are exactly as advertised. Sets ot teeth from 5tn$K Gold erowns any size, $.". Silver linings from $1 op, Silvor lillingH any aissn, M cU. Painlesa extraction by new method. New York 52 Ken. Nt., Oil City only. JORKNZO FULTON, MaiiuluctiirorofHiid Dealer in HARNESS, CGLLRPS, BRIDLES, A ml nil Itintlx of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. TIONKSTA. PA. mm a 8 ik ffMVtn 0J3 Take Laxative BromO Quinine Tablets. ? Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. This Signature, $15 TIME TO Spring is Nearly Here We are now showing our full line of Spring Goods. Get ting our goods as we do by our "Mills to Man Direct" system, for our entire cliaiu of over 40 stores, wo have secured a slock of fine woolens, uucqualled iu (ho city. Why pay more when you cannot equal tbe foloction of handsome patterns oven at d itible the price. Nor, quality for quality, will any ordinary tailor equal ibem at double tho money. $15 Suits, Top Coats, Rain Coats, We not only know how to buy tbe materials, hut our tail ors are proud to wotk out your own particular ideas. There is stylo and tone in every garment we turn out, and at such a modest price no man cau all'ord to miss it. We urge you to come to the store this week. It will pay you to be ahead of tho rush means a little more tiuio for details. All garments tried oo before finishing. $15 Glasaow Woolen Mills Co., WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS. 11 A CENTRE MVS STREET. Anniversary Sale. Monarch Clothing Co. The regular anniversary sale of tho Monarch Clothing Co. will begin Monday, March 12, and continuo for 10 days. Some remarkable values will bo offered and an early visit to tho store will repay all pur chasers from near and far. Special values In Ladies' Waists, Skirts, Suits, Jackets, Coats, Belts, and Handbags. NEW SPRING STYLES In Our , Men's Clothing Department. Equal to Tailor Make. Handsome funoy grey mixtures of nil wool Cheviot, Ion coat with vent in baek, excellent nore lining, slionldnrs band padded, hair ninth front, excellent llttiiiK garments and mado in the now. est stylo. nw iq Sale price ipl.iO Globe Worsted Men's Suits, in trroy Imbiuh anu nioRKS or mixtures, we have them In light or dark gray or medium; they are beauties beyond dosnription; the make, the lit, the ntyle, the work manship all combined make them bet ter than tailor made and we are selling thorn rapidly; extra good jj J Qg IlandHOHie fancy mixod Cheviot .SuTli, made in tbe Intent atyle with vent and long out, with thB new style HlintilderH, all lined with giKxlBergeori'uriiior'BNHt in, an excellent $1:2.00 value. (JTry ( Q Anniversary sain price p I .t"0 Kew Kpriug Hal, Miiri, Xei kmiir.l'liihlreu'N Dresses, Ladies' or tieiiflenieii ICuiii C oats, Arc. ran; i, a it rici i:s. MONARCH CLOTHING CO. Oil Exchange Block, Oil City, Pa. To Core a Cold hi One Daw - $15 DECIDE Made to Order, Mado to Fit. $15 UIL Url I I, TM. We have inaugurated an era of popular prices and we keep it up. You can start a bank account on what you save by deal ing here. Handsome blue serge for early spring wear, made with vent and hand pudded Hhouldera; coats all cut longhand, made either double or single breasted, with Venetian ni( aq lining tffV.VO Black Unfinished Worsted or Thibet Suits, a lull description cannot do us tiee to tbe value of these beauties; ihev are excellent $10. fiO j t i jq values J 1 I. IO 1")0 Suits from last season's make, a'l of good all wool material; not a suit in the lot worth less than $10.00 or I2 00; there are all sizes Iu different lots, from si.e ;u to 44; anniversary tfhe- rj o sulo price 3t).i0 Cures Crin M Cures Grin In Two Days. ft Jj On everv znribox.25c.