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COUNTY HERALD,,
DICKSOlf. TXKKZSSSE
Exported Booze f
May Flow Back
THE DICKSON
AN AEJUAL CAMERA
r w ?
)P-!rH
HARDIN PUT BACK
ON HIS FEET TWICE
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Wm RattawMl aUtk rOkaaMMtttm
ttaaataa Trek4a) I7 T-ia
tUte tut Afiea Maa
Tw tfew Mt4 CUM irule M pet
M m Bjr fii. ad may kae by
ttwt wUt Z thlei cf tt." am!4 imaai
T. Rarxta. ltt Gnk St. U Aav
grin cmtt
THIS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
aBBajaBBBaBMBjBjiaBajBBBjBaaae
Liquor Sent Abroad Before Vol
Head Act Went Into Effect
Has Chance to Return.
MB IS SEEN IN THE UW
the Veined gtatea, nader roea rer&h
tlona ajt eeoditUwa be may p
fcrriba, toy (CatlllwJl aptrJtji cf AtMit-
cut production. iiiki1 t u,
sd rnijKiil in vr?.nil pacta :
In which t-iportrd and caUnii f'-f !
relpit la the AlrtWtn to'd j
wnntMMM fru w hich ,ortnoaU rw
Me!." j
aa) .Miner.., Ai;rt5i: la ..I1"? .flMfttl
tire, according ta Mr. Applnby. 'tta
prvMbitW iWtrfnmtl 4aa t cxu.
iTnlz cafefulfy tba appllcationa fur
permit a to reimport.
What U regarded a another "Jok
er" In the I0(i1wnft law U the
pruvlelua wbh-b riempt payment of
fax and penalty fur dltl!ll aptrtu
Hx.n which the tax la not bn paid
whirrt -are "lout by theft, aerldttal
Cr.e..r. otfer t!7l!J. Ml In P"1
Inn f a cmmon carrier auhjtrt to
the trauaportatlon art of l'XW or the
tiirr'-tiBfit ''marine act, I'.CO. or If loat
ly theft from a dutl.iery or ot&rr
bonded wun-tioti.
$Hmlt- fteiaKpeelattea, ,ef ...VVMaka
Snipped Before La Became tf.
BMVti nrid Iftfjiah
Ma Com Sack.
New Turk. -Liquor havlujf a alua
la Ilia Uiitiiaii uuirkt of wr tha
,ji,ua(Mj an J worth la bootleg
channel wore Horn I,ijij,(jii),uJ,
tipped frum thw I' nlted KliUea to for
!gU luuntrUa Jut l-efore II Vuiatead
art wmt tut' nrt on Jautiai'y" H
11C2, eventually will find ttiwlr way
tack to UiU country, ut.lr ttie pro
laloiie i.t the Wtl!! (amplo-ll act
(himp'I tiy i-uoicrcM toil Nii-iulr to
euppiciiiitii llrf imtlomii prohibition
law, accunliiig In John I, Applty,
Ifwu-ral iriiiilMUii atf'i.t tit rhur, of
JS'ew tk and New Jt riwy.
Big Shipment tn(ra
Airi-til' .u tl uliipiiitiit ffiia l-n i
BiailM In I lr In ciiiiiifry utnliT tl l-rnvt- i
aloim nf (! tn 1 1 ; i. i u li ! .i 1 l.i n i, In
valuwl In iMKillt-tc i lri U, nt ,,ini.(ti J
aa rvlinifortfil from ("uh;i n,(,tit Mo?
ttl Ullll JM lit Lip) ,'-!.f Ollt i f
ru'ait, a fin't Dial ii pari ntly n in-t
rtla'rrw tij tiif jjiniriiiiiciit a:iit
until tli t;lii tile) iirr'vi-il I. fte, A
i'lnl t'nult to n nM.iii.f.l rv-iii
.Vftiil!'Ui U'fvrn U u.;.l m iluful
111 a l" nl h ri li"U , i-f -i , tt
lttnlrim.il fur mvln-iiiii! puriMiwa oo
jrrmlt from ttif il,r tor of!ir.
"lsiWrifr h'H(f ntvv irirr!fiwl iri
rhftklhg up tli mrit" tn tintw u t?i
nini!lfrt II.' ii i ( r ImrriU Ttiry
1. ....... k . " . , T . (
tti rininti for tin i-iu't:., t.ut tct
ttsl IV'Jiif'V'l'Mir. iT.-.fir' K-itf'A .A.
Iy' rffcti ri,.i il H UKiii; rlr
ninialntii'f.
Tl i'iinis of thu WlllH ('(impU-ll
"Jew, va'rt-tMi.ly fr tt'.."' j..f junw. i,f Xlil"'
. )h)C' iijfilli ln.nl l-'r, tm itiivli? It pot-
alt'lit for tlii t ! I rf y to ! (riiiillt
Hli tfixx) i,itiir for a imii h
tt rli"! tl.iiii hH't ;ir i! Ilki'ly !irfor )
tt-t jixiujihirti .l,,ori-A Of,. I.ll. III. .n i oilltlttt"tHl llllll1f tllM lllMllirtllMllt of tUo
lillirillli Mll'l 111 ROIIII' iVMI!'r UU
rloii fnr tin' rrlnipoi't of lUjuora
Ha 1-oIikIiIcI-imI 111 l "J.'kiT."
8tor4 In Othtr Countrlfa.
Ttu' tin proi!ci -Unit tht fom
Bi!ion.r n. ii) ihiUutIk' iit ri'tiiru to
"Ttre jtmr if, 1 ta-d rikattatatteai
t fcy afconidra as4 nck to had I
ce!l BeJtJly work. I trial BidM
aJRW BMlcfS ealy t frt wre, hat
ftwilly I fi bold of Tualme, Ukd 1
8. M. ralrrhll.i hat d'.tx4 a ran-! "T1 "a lr n.-uv
.u .totun aiU aa t4wr. 1 " "TJ!! T?.!!T ". Cl
VMneeMMIMMMINMMB5bSM
autuoiatt la U atin.
Tw Dog "Liiaury" la Sartiiv
Hrrlla. otM-mhip vt twt w
d- sa ta dawMl a "luiary" br auj
tra.evy raxra ar luipucl niiJvr
a 'iLw et'-feWttV.
-U I wt!uit"l that th awiwrt ft
1A0") 1 Iti I'.wltn mut pay the i
t"tnaiurut Su,ij,M u-ark for U j
tua,
wtat lUtjt I ad tat ma4 m fi
Mm tfd, all atuSed cp tad uUMrraM.
1 alvay fWit weak. UrtJ and worn aut.
aad wa ao BerroGa I coulilat aip. ,.
"V'til TanUf Sd a r-od for bm
bfr, o I Jut tx't tivroe mora of tt
tad now tt hat arm!n, CieJ ma ttn, atd
! Tra frcting etroaf aad nrtk" tlkt
i ! na4 (a.; lTHall ttsa wwtd Taala'a
! the mdlrtB for me,"
Tattlae la .-14 by all r2 dnifflata.
Five Tribes Pay
Their Own Wav
av
j Weapaft La 14 Aaida.
j "yatoAf trt to iUp card pJajlrn
la tYtruai Ouich."
) "Ifa aluabU for lt aoctal taflu
, roc." rt?illwl Cartua Jj.
j "I th)U(ht frUm vWilp rraard In
poktr tame?
! "tm the ctmtmry, a ptkr fare U
I the otjly cKxnnioti on htrb nme of
jtfca boja rvaliy au",fld tmetlUtiwe."
Education of Oklahoma Indians
Is Almost Entirely Paid
for Out of Own Funds.
AGRICULTURE . IS EMPHASIZED
Hae Nme Boarding Schoole, Been
tonatf thjt and Vto
Diatncta lndutr'l Work
'. ,': iair ...... ,
Miisikt'lft-f. Okla.Ttw mlrn
XiintVi u'n liiilltui' iftwjr'W "aalii to" !
l'ii)h,t; liia U 11 way In purnuit of all
'tlu utloii, fur m-urly ail fuuJa -
loiik-'-r ! pt'tulfJi Ut .tb HlmutUm of tti In jun
f t'ktahorita Mofijf P the trlti e l-
liiti-rloi', rtonliiitf t 11. . t auo'un.
AiilrUor of t!te Ktvn Ovt!!(x TrH
rlnl lirr1. 'lUv' aitioula furiu
t(n lnrfit milt of Imllau mhooU op
t-ruti'tt uioUr oi; ispTv!lou lu Hit
country, t.e loliloil.
Popes Gift to Americans
Dog Tows His Master to a Sr. .
.. ..11.. Laea
ASPIRIN IWTROtJUCEO
BY -BAYER" IN 1900
Cake of Ice.
I
ItH Wlnif, Mttin. 'hn Uht-jpnr-ulii
ririir Sittach fII la
in ttie MImShIj I rlcr, cotuinx
". witW-T 3 'W'ffW
tiir, ht itoi; piling lo and
m nrouii.; until ttie Ny ;i
arlw Ma lilt.-l St',-. TIh-o tha ;
dmj tow mi it's t;i-iVr tu a fiot-"j .
1 11 It rt' f It, from wtilicb- t
.w wii'i Tr w-ii ti-yilkvrk, , ft.
far Name Bayer an tha Ta.
ata, Then Yei Need
Never Warry.
If yoa want U true, wertd fammta
iaplrtn, aa prwutltxt by pliyaiHana
fur bier fKify'oi yeara, yoanuet
Uk for "Ilayer Tablota of Aaptrtn."
Tim nattie "Bayrr" Ma a'amtw! rm
If jnsa turv been wahirtf and bopint
vhiea you could rt better bm (ur kaa ttwwy, aoar
"itytmr tlinev' "'- o,..,,. .
OoodStr Tft tre tt thrir bttt Thay a bfs.
bra Vict, ajui nrt durablt th.a rct. Tbrvrquxlity
U Bt it hibeat levti
And theat better Gaoiytt Tire today at U t n
money tban at any prtrioua time la our hutory.
The prk liated betow ettabliahed a new low level
for Ctadyear, ayerafin more than 65 per ceat leaa
than the price of Goodyear Tire in 1910.
Theae would be low price for any food tire. They
are alrooat unbelievably low for Goodyear.
You have never had uch an opportunity before to
buy fine and latint tire performance at uch Kw
coat. Call on your Goodyear Service Sution Dealer,
and take advantage of tiu opportunity today.
fi mciwh i.ai Minwrtki
unt .510.91 J 15.50
fw-T.. $14,7$ fc8 ""- . $12.40
Family Jar.
"Tmi aald ) would die tat na."
"Wt'll. alnt I WtNrtlB "raHf M
death' rUalfla'THifle'WHi'rftt'
" ill
' -. V' - - 4H4Wk MP
!
;:trr. w riviMit.y i
Su It.'iuo.
Thu eupcrvWion - tlit - loi (
thu five UUUol t:! -t'L'r'kH,
I hoflaw, CliU'kMauw. I t" k and
Viuluolitliuii to drat vsu-U ttirea
ptiar of li"'l ui tnlty lMi n
rtiiikWl 116"t'in'iV'rtWe f"iIoa;
Trtliul (ioriliii)j ihIok'K puMlc Oay
M-litnla I.1..1 pnutC CMi!rdi.'t lo4.
Have Nine Boarding Schoole,
T!'r arw i.u.w tnlnl tnurillti,
hcIhhiI ami ! roiitrm't a.titia
w tiltw tUf ptiMle ilu) Ikn. )tiu
tivHiili J:trdH with mi nrvll.
iiii-s.t of n!out l.ii IintlHu cliUilra
lliu eu'n'.Mr'a oltU-a lid Jurldii
i!"ii uo r tUi l:i'liit:i pitinl i I y lu
t ll.'t lilt.V at'limiiM, Dot or tt.v publK
itilliH.l U4 Ui'!l.
Tt.rt trtt'ul t'oiinlrnit rt main-
tniiiil fur t.n li itUtiutt tnl Hlol the
routptftiil - I s i t ut ionnl- i!nlit!. I'm'h It
tnjulp''d with klt- ln'ii, (Utiliitf niiii, !
ilnr.mt.iry, liuiiplry. ti.iUal and farlll
tli tor itol-.itriiU and adi'isilo itlu.
liitli'iu Most of tiit-Mt in ii(Hi! tm a :
! l.iriiii Hi'Mi(ii tilih In t.iUi and
t!m product U'W In tt. tnuli.U tiao. ,
' of thf m'tloot. :
Emphit.je Irduatrlea.
Afc-rtc'i'turt U t'r..i liam"l In nil the
' 1,'uliun luiluitrtnl li.x'K :thoiiti nhop
i-rk, 'rtviitry, i 1 1 J . r nm.hliiK niul
ni.'tal uorW. l.'.nioiiMk ii.- for rt rt nt,.)
pnrt of the !fdu.nt rijm. T!iC :
Im'utriai yv trai.i a part t;:., pnn'
Mr. '.'!;'-n:i rvp!;i;i..Ml, tth the
One I'.km to be cul'urwd, but to
be tain vt It ahwwi a Caw la the cul-
arh tahlrt and apjfara , avh ! j tara auiirwhr.
He fo your pnms-tlott aaioat tmlta i - ' " , ' "' ""
fwaa A dvajRtiarfur u C 1 ' ' rwwaHaent t BBatkwr '
EXAMPLE OF HIGH FINANCE JSiUfe tSTiK
Man We Co Into the Came Came I 1 1 SJf Slf'-. All rl rnni H.Aiertla
" Out-of u'reelino Like Tbia "" ! Stature of JLiATCUiJUU ! n.wt. ' -
, Country Boy.
ItTrci;tnf!Te Il"ifclix-ui aald at
i.rJUviwc J,Whrfl8jr , . . ,
TT:e avrrajte ruan had Nttrr Irate
hlh Bnani-f ahni Vhn the aenre
j man up aralnt h!rh ftnanra he
rmralty fla llk the farm boy.
' "A city hoy had a half dollar and
t fimia had J'Kt rmi to town ; tut
the rheajK'it rlmia I'-kct cot T."i
rri ta, and thla put the rtty boy tn a
hole.
"Hut h wa a Criii-lrr In embryo.
and U wvnt nsht off to a pawn
, bndiWi and pi.-d h! half dollar
i for ' cent a.
! "Aftrwarl be waylaid a corjntrt
boy, dUplayH hla iwn tlikrt. and
offwd to a!) It for V rrnta. A half
dollar fcr S3 f'.tr! Cf coure (he
; rountry boy napptl p that barrntn.
"Tbf dry txy with Ma 73 orit thn
knrrtfd off to tha clrrnn. Th crun.
try b'y. afttr If had work ml out th'ia
irnl of bta tn h!Kh finance to the tdttrr
rriil, nought a rrtln-d place and kicked
' dlm,!f.'
la I'ae for Orr i ewrm.
Children Cry fWH;r. Cakri i HE GOT THE NAMES MIXED
RATHER -PUT "MAMMA IN BAP
l.'ii .1 r. - !i
!i:. .if '..-I
i-ouro- tirv dc
j !! o In " in
ha .of t.i.. .wva:
.! '!;!' to In
! half to .
T'.v . 'acadeiotc
1 arto'uiurly fot
n,in:u:ntu'i..-ii
Mr, t',oh"!ir,
i--:t.
t:
-.. -''or-!:n to
. tiOMTitll U a ;
rn'.i'!iiral ;. -"..I. t.V-tir Is ;
! t'-W- -tfti-la'tC tt tTnlVie'
I a a Vi!
THe Empty Din and Bowl:
The t'kralnp. which h Uvn known
t....li4r. ,,lfoa.l. aad. j?.,fr,:a.gjf
Ktin'pe. I pr-tty nrarly empty and It
ta a rj!iflon whether the country h
novrh to k-t tt own people until
hp cott barrrnf. Th wh-at crop lat np, and to afiut np, If twa'n r the
tear w hard hit by renaon of the J ttrttjee rf a fportlae man. Oliver
h"ence of the a'wa whtch altore. i 'endel Holmew
!ht eod to he frort-n !n the rmmd for I " '
;ack of pro'wtion granted by the niHn- j rvketel jjrtde la woraa than
;te of nv. rorklfhurm In the porket.
Her OfTapHng Had Choeen Decidedly
Urpropitioue Moment for "Fiaia'
Biliya Teef."
My ftitMT pirt waa f-ftirij ready
to make htT depart ura. Siie waa In a
hurry, but tok time to comment on
life tn seoeral and m!r.e In particular.
'fhlUlnn arv m!1 rUht, I apioM.
but o tneddlewome. Ttiey anntch thli
and that and 1!1 erer'h'iii!
"Not ii.li.e," I ltitprruple.1 tndif
nantly. "My ctilldrrn bae a protwr
n)t fcr otbi-ra' prorrty. They
nerer toofh anything ttiat d.iovt't to
bw if to them "
"Where'i my dental flr . pan'ed
my cnet. "It waa here a moment
bs."
A frantlf eeareh eTv!iel. ending In
the kitchen. On the floor were yard
and yard of dental fh. and at the
end nf '.he floa waa my jrrmrtpwt
fhlld. her p'lppy held ltw-ert her
knf. "Fti!"' l"Py'a teef, mummy!"
'hlcjro Trttnne.
Sporting Mn' Vlrtuea.
To brnr little, to ahow well, to crow
rnfty If In lock -to pny wp, to own
-npJf tfirv.' f AeNWk-.a dm
erent Att tuja Toward fteilc ef
Great Ingtiah Poet
John l Hoike-feiler, Jr Mid ta aj
T. M. t A. a.hlrraa:
"A ruld aaa ahowlrwc a party of
tonrtnta ovf Miltona rottara at CbeW
f,n,t Ht fjlh-a.
" Thl "ere la rhlr,' aald the jijlda,
and an Anierlcnn tlftivd out from tba
groop of fourUU and klnl the rhatf
reveretitiy.
"'Say, rnlde.' be aald. ehoklnf a
little. 'Id like to hny tlrnee tw
f.ivia nf fimiitiire for a ameolr.
Wbt do yon ak for themf
"They ain't f?r a!, air'
"t'ottie on now. Name yer prlca,
111 rt yoti anjthitig In roon.'.
"'No, no, lr. They ain't for eala.'
And tl gtilde went on. TMe la tha
rane Wt the port blind old nan'
"'HilndT anorted the American, f
wtah I bad hla vlalon. ictudl Vh,
you nitjat be r-rary, gnlde,'
"Sf cfoirne M!!tli a blind.' th
"Hide lntrlKtetl.
..."'PWrvT, , .A.n.d ...... Uv.,.. .Ak
tami'! to the door In d!rt 'M:i
ton? Holy rtj'ke, tnnn. 1 thought yew
were tetklng aKoot Uptort,' "
Honokt oe.'h M-r la lw ia rewar.V
1 ; po gi eT1 la of )l,t
The ruaror rmi approach many
ere'.! O'l-n the ma!lr he lf.m.
cc'irvn y
Batt-1 i I'.-jH' I'tci f. r 'I
hi'!lt In the F'Hirt'h
'.lo ue of" Aiucrlc;!,'
Afd Coup e Kp Secret
l.ew..(..n. I i .li j ti I'. ll..tet!er,
wvnji't4vr yf,M- oVl, !-! 'brl'1."
I ml. .. .-bJi. 5 -, n'Sot:.!. .yaisa.ld. -t.r
a. rd thfir edtr. the 6th-r Jay
after h;t'it?i K f t the o.nt 'one
r.f :.:U a arr :.i.-d ly the couple
prior to hmtr.g (he nuptial knot t!el
i,t ;,y",r.ov. " j'.'Mn K. ' lU';'rf, ' AfiwaS '
j pfMfhcr. who Ut near lU'lioviilo.
SAY THAT LINER IS UNSINKABL
Might Float If Cut in Two. Belief
cf Experts.
Let Star Sute o Ma de to
A J A-oriv-ai SJ Comr"enre
CM-i E Ott'i
" to PUv JU.' '"'
New Ycrkr-Ktvti rotcpep.s'.on ha I
t(o I'Tc.l .'i tt.f r.u-f f -t mv.'ivi..io)"
i't; t:.c i'ho i:rt )w.u n t
the t'v.: it u V.s-p.p,- tl'.c ,V;-.;orlcaa
rtaj ; '.- t.-r-"ron; m t"'c -.t ii
llierw vf t:-.o 'w. r'.d : !". t'.vRi4p
l.vnc :--r M.ti, ns .!:. .tci;v'nsl
fh-iii l:r b;.N r i. t'n;l ate
l ine, which , t-.a tt .-iiied on toe
Bifttdvn '.. t'r.-iii. n.
la t'i-' I cr.c !i:r ;'..v c tn cter
fn'rg.vr crr.li ec' cT.?raot a1
VtHler fotertttr.rat ';pef i!cn. the rie
met of wfeqr waa cf pnaie rofs.Vr.
tUva, It 1 M-Url that 'It r.ew liaer
t$ (-radically uxMxUh:. Cr'.cAUjr
5
planned m i tru;crt ard Ix'er d'-!g-
rated to net n a :;op.t-:t ttp to hnrg
hiick AtJMTica-i '.t; !-' 1 fro.-.i Frunce,
' f!e l.r.i '-ir S t a . w h", t o r...i.
po. . r-';i.r'y . fc,;jsiiu
; could lanWc her.
Ttiv cvrl ;. .-vn it-r i -!t
re rtpnr; i":". rrn . rhv
6.He 't8tot tve rc t.;U''
even If ! o worn cut la t:U eiU
hajf wcj rrn;ia :'i'3t. i
ra the. tacvit!t cf lvf.rt, 8,',ei' !
la ha lna h'fv ur.d r.e to r-.tke ter I
a tunrtoa xch.cio for " tm-;. S!w
nirriee two cU iMerg-rs firt
sad taird. r"U at'esint! h.ta N-a
gieo to the cu;;r. .-.! m.3it: f i
-Uit:v iii t?'c L.To St ir Tl:e'
chvf' ed tha kitchen pr.-nzui hate .
Nvn cnrefViiSy Mrt.-tol.wl:h ',ei of .
rtvaUr the diR'Ks aenK-e cf Crt
daw htei aO.crw
Captain nraak T. flerkhart. who u ;.
lrti.preario well a ftj'vljfistor. A;d
before b that 6 had apied ;
u tU alcfe-aa A aaaui,' wUcki
proper!? trntuMed p.sn a F:!!p!no '
otrhetrt cf tat-My-two p:,e--. Kvery ;
C" N-r of the ore t out r-t mw aerrlra
in the l'n!ti St;u r.; dtir!n the
war. The capf.n -jhi they vere not 1
or.i.T at ho?tse tn j.u.t but that tie
"uld fntnre we,! into the tvnm of ;
itTsnJ c;-.-rii. He pniv;:,vj pjnty of ;
hia.-:t" ott the .H-fc m inml weather.-
FIX VAIL SERVICE TO RUSSIA !
P!ttl Aufc-t ea Frm Ptan
V tn Brit-gH Oil't fcr I
Delivery. J
At What Age Should You Take
Needless Risks With Your Health?
Is that a queer question?
Then many people are dotnsj a queer thing
and often it turns out to be a serious thing:.
The Federal Bureau of Education says in
Its rules fot the health of school children that
children should not drink coffee or tea.
1
kf
- , - v., T-
iwrtrr,.! : h:i. enterel !r.f. an agree
'voivt :th the Pr!tih ? 1 anthort
?i'r 'V'.irerr ff rop-i'sr tuail
" .-,'ter .v 1 pawl p.-.? packages to
j.-a'.f tn ?.!, it m at
ro'inoe-i here by Ftrf Aw,ant
avi'i r lorer; l-ir. ett. T.-rm of pr
-'i, rot tiirvirg ciot-i-itg t'w41y, are
h"lv f-fwarde each we rst, ao
lV,.,o,. ; t(, r.p.if.j reehe.I har. T3
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This rule b based on the well
known fact that the drug ele
ment in coffee and tea whips up
the nerves, and that serious Els
often follow.
If it's a good rule for children
to keep away from the harm of
nerve-stimulation, isn't it a good
rule for everybody?
Think it over.
Granted that your body may
tt&nd more, can your judgmer.t
aftuni to ri&k nore? Any doctor
can tell you what coffee and tea
often do to the health of adults
as well as children.
There's no saenrke in being1
safe. Posrurn is a delightful,
satisfying mealtime beverage,
wrKlesome and pleasant aliko
fcr adults and children. Postum
has no age licutsl -
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Vitnt Poatam (in tJoa! mmAt Imtamrf in ttoa
cup ty Um aUiOcio H baUin watef. Poetqcn
Crd (In packaf1 lffr balk, foe thoea
rho pnlvt to owka the drisJi W Uve kmmI
t t-r-,r-g prpaadj ftada tt Wataf kA fuSf
30 ntoataa.
Pcwtum for Health'Thcre's a Reason"
Mad by Pcwtum Careal Cow, Inc. Bsnia Creek, Mich.

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