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TJIK HOCK ISLAND AKGUS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1915.
Copyright, 1915. by Serial Publication Corporation.
Second Episude In Pursuit of the Runaway Bride.
W- f.:. 'rt Dlye wa !a thrill votc
,t n-.n-.-i- with a big green parrot.
!::.. frcr:i length and harpn-s of
ft an i l.e'ghl of archo. might
r. . !tr 'ohn. A maid an-
i ome ta tad anted to
li.i'.sn.l in-e he u not at
":.l Mr lily rar to say
? !! ran to New York
f"; e ro- Instantly. he sailed
f- r. .
v - r:
and. third, that Ned might com there.
It would be the most likely place for
him to go In his loneliness.
In fond memory, stopping at the
first dark corner, she went over each
of th dear rooms, furnished Ju.'t to;Iat's her go'n' yonder!
and here be was running circles:
around her. leaping at her. crouching, '
barkng at the top of bis voice, doing
everything in hi poer to ahow her
that abe wa a welcome vis.tor at tils
place nd In : heart at any hour of
the night or clay.
He had known her very presence
from far 'back la the shed.
It waa the work of ft minute for June
to clamber through an unlocked kitch
en window and to rush upstairs, get
her maid. Marie, seize several gar
ments and drag with 'her the as
"Miss June! Miss June!" cried
Aunt Debby. out of breath from run
ning, but June Cn!y waved a hand at
her as the taxi swept out of the drive.
A limousine bad stopped in front of
the house, and a black Vandyked man
"Miss k-loore:" lie called, but June's
taxi rattled on. He jumped in his
own car and cave the word and start
ed In swift pursuit. ;
The two machines were sti'l insight
when the runabout of Hobbie and Iris
dashed around the circle.
"Is June here?"' called Iris.
I"l.awd.v. no!" puffffcd Aunt Debby.
nt her and delight her Ihe white and
gold reception room, the white and
rose drawing room, the white f.nd
black library. the mblte and blue bed
room, the all white kitchen. She saw
Ned la ever- room and herself fh -re
ia'l and confrcn'ed J Now fished i "and happy she was ex-
The runabout i. gone with a whiz.
-.irr.'-Tt visiter. I:d you say
. r.--jr:."d n un early train?'
' VI trl-d n' t to pea rur'Iy.
prlnienting with the toy range, now
they were dining together all alone.
Hh was plful'r feeding Ned. and he
J :c " was reasoning the mel with stolen
Vif'es. walking clear around the tabl
to get them. They were spending an
rr"'U 'na a s!jrea::k evening of bllsful -ompanionhi in
.Vr Hive boan to worry J the library.
, he t.ran to suspect. sh. ...dj.i. hf.id her handkerchief
"If yOU , tn her mouth In rhnlta tab mnh Ot.
Broadway she hailed a passing taxi.
i. !.!. I there anything
r '?" The lady was
.n the nature of your bui
"r PIv I may be able to
f r a
jint m ila ir ht r ' blurted out
M r. fcn lip stearin;.
And Mr.. 'y' ire rose.
1 i .-h'r!" Sh gijr'l al them
;i-.nr. :, r. "V:II'i p'eae n'S;t?"
All was (.parking at Sherry's, but
(Gilbert Itlye had taken small har9
In the hilarity. He had risen to go
when a Mack-eyed young woman, the
f mo'l vivacious cf the party, called
I him to task for bis evening of secret
mneni!ng. "You're up to some dev!l-j
j ment." she charged, playfully tweak-1
J ir.g hU beard, "force and dance wuh'
j "Sorry. Tommy." he told her. wilhj
j that oueer .-iriiile on his lip, "but 1 ve J
I a previou ngaitemen."
"She can wait." iou!-d il.otir! Si.el
draKoil Ulye awav fr. m the tuie. I ;
"Take my car. ;i!r" ca!l-d the gray ! "a,J mnn-dia'.-y af"-r i am- the family
Lions Feeding in Jungles At the Illinois. IjDfllEUX.fl VISIT0.1.
- - ' 1
French "Immortal," Author of
"Damaged Goods," De
T? 2;ii Es
Where Now Should Sh Co 7
Monday. Jan. 1'5 and on. week John
W. Iluskin presents "How Wild Ani
mals Dive." Feature films with lec
ture. Coming soon "Hiph Jinks."
Jan. "0-21 Mary I'icKford in 'Ijc
h:'rd the Stones." by Margstret Mayo.
Daniel Fn.hnuin prod'ict hn.
north you will see polar lears swim
ming in the Arctic waters, while on
the ice fields seals disport themselves,
not in the way thoy do in aquarium
tanks, but as they a in the open.
The pictures of the loins feeding,
drinking and flaying show plalaily
liiat they are disturbed by tluj click
ing of the camera, for they jump.;
i rciieii, rush up and down the gullv j
j or hill near the water ho'e, afraij ofi
Jan. 22 Deatri?. Miclielena in ".Mrs. I ' '' w'-'ii-e which they cannot locate.
"Certainly." replied Blye. and the
hre men exchanged a smile. I"ll
dan.e one roi.rij With Toiuniy; thf-n
Ilefore that round was over, bow-
ever. t;:llert I:lye aw an apparition I
in the doorway, and hi face turned I
I "The Deep I'urple." by 1'aul Armstrong
"U J in - here?" 'called all three t j fcIj v;!son Mizner.
tne occupants at once.
"She's just done gone! The centle
man with black whiskers i":as jut
done .gone! Mr. Dobbie and Miss lri
has just rlone otie! Whooh!"
Around the corner there rol!vd au
W'iugs of the 'abbaae Patch."
.Ian. 24 Mabel Taliaferro in "The
Three of l"s."
Jan. 2--Daniel Frohman preseit'.s
Davj-l l!ij;uiiis in "His I-asl I.ioliar."
.Jan. Clara Kimball Young u.
Com i ni;- Marie Dressier
Vr-. Clbrt dye Wis In Shr.H Vo ce
Convarse With a B ) Crn Parrot.
cold Tiie apparition a a tall, anru-
I - 1. m .1 n w4?h Ir.nc hli-h iaxa r. rl
" ' " .1.1 h l., tl-ki. . uu . , , .
, ..-.til hii.li l..n n .
t h:ch arc hed brows, who Km trying toj, . ""
b.r Gilbert IUye through end through
wi'h a double-eyed glare of burning
ferocjtv. He hurried over to his wife,
ih- had ehti:ied:
"Who in that woman?" One lean,
long firser pointed accu!ngly at th1?
vivacious, biackeyed girl with whom
Ciibrt had been dancing.
flfi-trlc coupe. It was t;ril!'ant;y light
ed, and in t sat an angular Moman
Saturday Kxpioi's of Klaine Kpi
Fot!i One. entitled. "Tiie Clutciiini?
AT THE EMPIRE.
The Oliver Drama Players opened at
tlx? Km pi re in their week end offering.
"The Call or the Pines." this afternoon
to increased matinee attendance, a
most favorable sign that the fair sex
is becoming interested. The day is
an excellent blending of heart story
and good comedy, and the players ac
quitted themselves creditably. Mr.
Finch added to his growing popular- Kewanee Sunday.
ed business in Cambridge Tuesday
Guy Johnson went to Dayton. Iowa,
this week for a short visit.
Mrs. N. R Gould was a Davenport
Mrs. George Haught was a Kewanee
Swan Newman was a business caller
in Galva Tuesday.
Mrs. Margaret Hutchinson visited
from Monday till Thursday with her
daughter Mrs. Harry Williams at
Mr. and Mrs. Gustafson visited In
Roy Pappleton of Kewanee spent
Sunday with his parents here.
Miss Gertrude Yohn of Rock Island
spoilt Sunday at the home of her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. George Yohn.
Mrs. Albert Streed and daughter
Mrs. John Peters of Wheatland, Wy
oming, are visiting at the home of the
former's sister, Mrs. William Talbot.
Yern Talbot of Galva is visiting rel
ati.s and friends in Vambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Talbot and
daughters. Misses Susie and Irene vis
ited relatives and friends in Galva
Dr. and Mrs. McMullen visited in
and h'g!) arched .Hand. Alien a Woman I.oves."
Inch ;-'itter(i t wo j
' sharp eyes.
"Say!" si.r:!!"d fh occupant cf the
Aunt Debby. her bread hand on her
stomach, pointed down the road.
Continued Next Saturday.)
" I 5ha!l cxpiahvnotMns." aid Gil-
Tm thrcuKh!" i M
ft her contemptuously. leaving i
ft . I ci'.Vd .:i'f h ;- siunr.ea y tni. imi-jpTi -a itvi ii. i
tlic heard lor ex-i-" "l ','i.i "e rieps ne neacir
fhritking something after nun.
, e ari soiled b ick throcgh the
fi ' T?iy cculd h-ir h"r i.i.ar; u'f
-',. -r.itw. r h e
r-. ! i c :... and
n!igr.antl. h-r-. sh-rry's?"
4 : ai . Mi7:r..'. Sh ha t:cr
S: In t'r hand. ' J i j a'. Sherry '..!"
; : irr.rn''.! info t iiat. tiir:i-d on Ihe
and, rvlied awa? w!ta a much
-i r a . - - 4n r.e rariir'fv it her
rr.a h.ie fjcbbLe s runabout darted I ,a hi hand- b'or they realized that
f-r her and p.TS"d hr and Lien
ON COUNTY RECORDS
it v- in a part that gained hinn much
sympathy, while Miss Dawn did splen
did work as his sweetheart. Will II.
P.rutio had opportunity to show his
! comedy abilities as tiie oung farmer
and "made good." The balance of the
DREAMLAND. :at gave the usual good aispport and
Thursday "His Responsibility," I Ihe. scenic investiture was all that
When Ruad Parts." ! was claimed for It. "The New-
Friday "Mills of the Gods." "Our !! weds." another laughing comedy,
liituai Girl." i will bv th offering of the Players
Saturdav "Odalrsoual." "The- Ducky ! starting at the Sunday matinee. It is
John Scnafor ; William J. Schafer.
ot j John Scharer's Ht'd.tion I.'oi k
and he hurried. As he da.-bed out of j Santi $i
-Myra WalKer to Krlck J. Larson.
the door he ran into a group who were
coming In. They were the Moore,
the Blethering and Ned Warner, and
he wan upon them and past them and
Jumping Into the luxuriously furnished
racing l'mottsine. with the little watch
tbls was the man they were seeking.
"There he goes!' cried Ned. "The
I scoundre I!"
I liiye. ino ing rapidly away, saw the
r -: f ii n and blamed bis wife for the
cene. for no
u.i. rii l:rrt)rstn. wf.hi Mr. and Mrs.
M "i arel Ne 1
' .r Jun-! It bad hcf-n hard for her
t U ne in ) j.'ov- 1 voices down
th- n r e l:rr:rv ir- a had maJe
l -r -,:r,l vtrv firmly tkal neither t the excited group, which was rush
r r.- d nviU tM happy if she : inward hlra.
a n d' f-l that sh- wj4 a ciiaftel. j
f&- "a i to the d.-k for Neds; The hcu-el.f the Moore s at Ilr n-
.jrarJ. then tej ped Iichtly on: port was dark when June arrived, thej
r.a ft-,,- tia sele perch. J'ltupeJ Cow n to; dear old Iioue
part let S. Walkers station. MoUne. $1.
Krick J. Ijtrson to Florence K. Nord
strom, part lot S. Walker station. Mo
Sunday "Center of the Web." "The
Mystery of the Perpetual Glare." Kpi
sode No. ." of "Zu-iora." "Wanted
Career." i Comedy )
AT THE ILLINOIS.
l:gi:i:..ng with n-xt Monday niat-:S
ince at the Illinois, and for one week' llmr. Fv ms son of Rev. K
"Ho Wild Animals Live." a ool!"C- j .-v.ins v Ij has been bedfast for ten
tion of marvelo'ts motion pictures of I months with tuberculosis, passed
animals from jungles, forest and field, j s,vav Friday afternoon, January
Miss Margerie Haugh
brother in Galva Sunday.
Miss Lydia Rosenquist visited
friends in Galva Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dobbins returned
to their home in Creston, Iowa, the
first part of the week, after a short
visit with their daughter, Mrs. G. E.
Russell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Digby of Montana
are visiting at the home of the latter's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Yohn and other relatives.
please the Sunday patronage or tiie, crnie oram ol livim ucuiei Uo
Empire, as it is of the "iaugii and have 'a Cambridge caller Friday,
a good time" class. i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hongstrum and
. !son are visiting Mrs. Hongstrum's
N, j parents.
- a -jut r rj 7 Tk C 17 il i Frank Munson was in Clncago a few
j the sort of play which is bound to f
days this week attending the conven
tion of hardware dealers.
taken in .a'l parts of the world, will be
on view twice daily at 2: 15 and S: 15
Moiine Trust & Sa Ings bank to o'clock. The wonderful possibilities
Oline M. Bakhart. part O. !-. 10. High,
land addtion. South Mo'ine. ?llf.
J. A. Sayre and wife to F. W. Sher
rard. N. S. K. '4 of N". E. U se lion
J. Albert Jo!i:i--on to J;din P. Siemon
j-he w as In the lead an w ife, lot S. b!o k 1. SniaKey's lt
subdivision. Ro k Isiand. JIT5.
Sophie Jvenk to Peter Dangnehn, Sr.
tart Jot 7 and S. block Atkinson's
2nd addition. Molme. J7.."i0.
Quit Claim Deeds.
William Gabrielson to A. M. CUiud
of the motion picture camera for pur
poses of muural history study are re
vealed in tin : pictures. John W. Rus
kin, a member of tiie various expedi
tions sent into uill tarts of tiie earth
to secure tiuse wild animal views.
15. Oiner Evans w as born ai C en
tratia. III., July o, 1SH2. The funeral
was held at the BaDtUt church at 1
o'clock Monday and the remains were i
taken to Centraiia and interred be- j
side those of his mother, who but j
eight months ago was laid to rest, j
Rev. It. R. Kernan of Wheaton, 111., i
lnol chnrire of the services. Rev. Mr. !
I'.uy a home of Reidy Bros.
For express, call William Trefz.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Independent Express & Storage.
R. I. 9S1.
Wear a $2 (union made) hat. Men's
Chicago. IU., Jan. 2L Chicago waa
honored yesterday by its first rlalt
from an "immortal." lie is Eugene
Brleuz, one of the 40 of the French
academy. M. Brleux and Mme. Rrleux
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Channon of 1434 Astor streeL Tbey
will remain in Chicago until Saturday.
M. Brieux came to America as a
representative of the French academy
and of the French government. He
did not come to talk about the war.
"The United States Is neutral." be
said last night, with Harry Channon
JII, as interpreter, "and I hare too
much respect for the Judgment of the
American people to say anything
about the war. I had a long talk with
President Wilson when I first cams
to America, but it was not upon the'
M. Brleux attempted to enlist when
war broke out, but he waa not ad
mitted, on account of his age, which Is
57. He acted as a nurse for two
months, however, In the hospital of
Chartres, where he treated both
French and German soldiers.
M. Brieux is the author of "Damaged
Goods," which appeared at the Black
stone last winter, and of "Maternity,"
a play now being staged in New York.
He is extremely interested In eugenics,
which, he said, he Is making bis life
"I am glad to see the spread of tha
movement for eugenics in America, "
he Bald. "In 'Damaged Goods' I advo
cated just such a law as is In opera
tion in Wisconsin. But law Is not th
best way to treat such matters.
"I have been In America only two
months and I do not know what Is
best for this country. I believe that
literature and the stage should create
a state of mind that shall demand that
women and children be protected
from venereal disease and alcoholism.
Laws will be the outcome of such a
state of mind.
"For France, I should rather see
the men abstaining from alcohol wll-
uiiKiy man iuil Jjrumiuilim Bliouia DO
declared by law. It would be a much
more desirable method of getting rid
of the plague. I call alcoholism, ven
ereal disease, and tuberculosis the
trinity of death.
"We must inspire men with the high
est respect for women the working
man as well as his employer. There
must be greater respect for mother
hood, regardless of the circumstances
in connection with It."
M. Brieux said he had not seen hla
play "Maternity," which treats of the
results of alcoholism, played by the
American company, nor had he heard
what sort of an Impression it had made
in New York.
He said he was particularly Impress
ed with Chicago as an industrial cen
ter. "New York is a city of commerce,"
he said, "and Chicago a city ol indus
try. It seemed as If I looked out of
the train window for an hour upon
your factories as I approached the
"Chicago is the heart of America,
and New York Is the mouth, through
which America communicates with the
rest of the world."
Champaign, 111., Jan. 21. Albert
Reifsteck is the champion boy corn
grower of Champaign county. He
raised 113 bushels and eight pounds
on an acre of ground.
tells of ti.e many interesting and ( Kvans has the sympathy of the entire j Fashion Shop, Harper house block.
ur.i'iue m-thods resorted to to secure
these remarkable pictures. In the far
It stood back amid
:rti etn'.)anm nt and f!ed. a (the dim trees, with a dignity and part N. W. U section 2MG-1W. $1.00.
t u (fciyJ,
r.e fc, !:., an J our at the liM! croc. r's thoroughly appreciated. .nd at the
H'a j gate "he hesitate! aa If. with no toe
Wi..-re n.e hcild he go The j to icome ler. she bad no right there,
ararv.:. -r.t :. their h m-. fcer and' There u elconic. though, and a
Sh hurried up la that direc-1 Joyous one. a loud, hearty one. a series
t e b it ar th f.rt comer she ?top-jof AJelighted fcarka from her dog
t- ! r an Ir.'tant and drtel over to-; no.incer.
ni F'.rr.adway. She had reafiied
f.ire- til r..r j'mo" sun'iltan'ousiy
tri'. tfc.it t.s.-y m'uht come out of tiie
It!"f.'.vriag hti at any instant and
- l;-r. --in.4. th:t she had no key.
The bole through which he usually
emerged had been found and cloned,
but he wasted no time on that. Jle
merely .came through the window.
bringing a part of the aaah with bim
i i i a "i .
! m m
along th of j bautr which she had never before; W. II. Dart to city of Rock Island
part S. . section. 31 1S-1W. $1.0t.
Rose Sutnan ft al to Peter Dang
ivehn. lot 7 and part lot S. block 5. At
klnson's 2nd addition, Moiine. $1.00.
Hug'j K. Curtis to City of Rock Is
land, tract In X. B. 4 sec. 2-1 7-2 W. $1.
Real Estate Mortgages.
Sarah Woodbury and husband
to Rock Island Savings bank, lot 4.
block 2. Campbe'ls ICth addition.
Rock Island. $3,000
Ixuis Uillow to Frank Haynes. lot
2. bIok 1. C. G. Tbulin'a addition.
Charles Sahlberg to Alfred Nelson,
part lot 3. block 6. West Moiine. Mo
Mary and Henry Hoffman to K D.
Butterworth. lota 11 and ll'. block
S. Columbia park. Moiine. $4,000.
Peter Ianflbehn. Sr. to Moiine
Trust & Savings lank. part lots 7 and
8. block 5. Atkinson's 2nd aJdition.
Book of bonders
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to pay fur expense of dis
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pcsiif as. It marrm the thowands of
qnestioBS that arise daily, and tell the
stories of tHe marvclioo wonders pro
duced by man ia aeries of unusual
and entertaining pictures, which talk to
the mind as well as to the eye.
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GLASS OF SALTS
If Your Rack Hurts or Blad
der Bothers You. Drink
Lots of Water.
OLD MISSION BEES
Eaual to the Best Imported.
Hare you tasted Old Mission beer? i
Eaual to the best imported ana rec
ommended by pnyclcians.
(AdT.) ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids Till be received at the Mayor's
! office 9 a. m.. Jan. SO. 1915. for the con
struction of a alx inch watermain on
i First aenue. from ugnteenin to
II. M. SCIiniVER.
When yonr kidneys hurt and your
back feela sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
and Irritate the entire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys clean like you keep
your bowels clean, by flushing them
with a mild, harmless salts which re
mores the body's urinous waate and
stimulates them to their normal ac
tivity. The function of the kidneys Is
to filter the blood. In 24 hours they
strain from it 500 grains of acid and
waste, so we can readily understand
the vital importance of keeping the
Drink lots of water you can't
drink too much; also get fronr any
pharmacist about four ounces of Jad
his hour or sore i jr q MeKown has received a new
supply of genuine Pocahontas coal.
Mrs. W. P. Diekerson or ' i'none J5.
Iowa, are vi;-iiing at the
home of the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs Robert I'.oyd.
William Lintibloom ha rented
Frank Mock's house, and ui'l take
possession the first of March when
his wife and family return from Swe
den, where they have isited for the
past two years.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sherrard after
spending the holidays with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Cookes,
returned this week to their home at
K. Tl. Miller has gone to the Soldiers' j
home at CJuincy to spena uie rcuiauiu
One reason why champagne bottles
are so dear is that machinery cannot
be used to make them. Dung power
alone can .secure the necessary uni
form thickness of the glass. A bonus
is given to workmen who have had
years of experience. Exchange.
Champaign, I1L, Jan. 21. Compuls
ory drill duty by 2,000 University of
Illinois students has been doubled.
Hereafter they must drill twice a
er of the winter.
Miss S. A. Uaynor has been sick the
Australia spends large sums every
j year in the extermination of rabbits,
i and it is estimated that in Victoria
alone laO.CW'.OUO were put to ueatn
year. It is generally admitted
that ten rabbits eat as much as one
Mrs. Rhinehart, the writer of detec
tive atories, sailed Jor the war zone
Saturday, intending to visit the hos
pitals in jqueHt of literary 'material; if
Rhe does any nursing It will be "inci
dental," she said. This war Is quite
an incident, however, even for a nov
elist in quest of literary matter.
news all the time The
sheep, and many graziers have long
since realized that thev cannot oroiit-
last week. , ablv run sheep on properties infested
J. W. Watkins. John Johnson and bv Vabbits. Natural enemies, such as
II. S. Record made a business tnp to , feg vm which 'are trou-
blesome in certain districts, tend to
keep the rabbits in check, assisted by
Mrs. H. S. Angevine visited rela
tives and friends in Kock Island Tues
Mrs. W. C. Attwater is visiting rela
tives and friends in Davenport.
Mrs. Louise Johnson was taken sud
denly ill Tue-Jay evening, but is now
Eddie Johnson of Preemption has
taken a position at the Rock Island
Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass station in Cambridge,
of water before breakfast each morn- j Mrs. Caroline Ringburg visited at
lng for a few days and your kidneys I Rock Island Wednesday.
wUI act fine. This famous salts "la j Mrs. Axel Lines visited relatives
made from the acid of grapes and ! and friends at Orion Wednesday,
lemon Juice, combined with lithia and ' F. P. Johnson of Weller township
baa been used for generations to clean ' was a Cambridge caller Tuesday,
and stimulate clogged kidneys; also j Mr. and Mrs. James McCahon visit
to neutralize the acids In urine so it ed at Rock Island and Davenport Wed-
the wire netting fences that landown
ers are erecting. Another enemy of the
grazier is the blowfly, which causes an
annual los of 1.000,000 sheep.
FOR DRINK HABIT
So uniformly successful has OR
RINK been in restoring the victims ot
the "Drink Habit" Into sober and use
ful citizens, and so strong is our
confidence in itslcurative powers, that
we want to emphasize the fact that
ORRINK is sold under this positive
guarantee. If, after a trial, you get
no benefit, your money will be refund
ed. ORRINE costs only $1.00 per
box. Ask for free booklet. Harper
House pharmacy. Adv.
I.N TH t; TKI-CiriKH
ft. I. 70H
The SIhiwald. or city forest of Zu
rich. Switzerland, adds to 'the town's
revenues $7.20 per acre a year, re
ducing the amount needed to the rais
ed through taxation by more than
no longer Is a source of irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts ia Inexpensive: cannot in
jure: makes a delightful effervescent
Ilthla-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep
their kidneys clean and active. Try
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