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Kdltort hJd Fubllsbers. BELDINQ. MICHIGAN 'ROUND ABOUT 1I031E MICHIGAN EVHNTJ KELATED IN BRIEF ITEMS. Michigan Department Grand r.ty of the Republic Annual Encampment at Saginaw Annual Convention of the Uoinrnn' Relief Crop aljo Held There. State (1. A. R. Encampment at Saginaw The annual department encamp ment of the drand Annj' 01 tne Ke public for Michigan was held at Sacl naw. The sawdust city pave the old veterans a grand reception, business houses ami residences beinj decorated with Hags aud bunting" in great rro- 1 usion. The annual report of Department Commander Daboll sliowed that six new posts were instituted during1 the year and four surrendered their char ters. The loss in membership by death was 342, and from other causes Ji.il. The cash on hand is SI, 103. 78. The Alger fund amounts to 13. The commander advised that the expenses of Tsome person be paid to visit weak posts and encourage them. lief erring" to Memorial day the commander said that there is a strong and growing tendency to degrade the day by making' it a time of unseemly games and fantas tic parades, instead of a day to do honor to dead heroes. Ihe omens Kelief Corps was highly praised for the work being done in giving1 relief to needy and in teaching the lesson of patriotism and loyalty to the youth, lie advised a closer understanding1 be tween the (i. A. li. and the S. of V. The growth of mutual respect and friendship between the veterans of the north aud the south were gladly noted. Kegarding the pensions the com mander said: "In my opinion the time has come when the efforts of the ti. A. 11. shall be directed to the passage of a law providing for a service pension. " The present laws are of great value and doing great good, but the time has arrived when the fact of service should be all the evidence re quired to entitle a comrade to a cer tificate." (Jen. I. X. Walker, commander-in-chief of the national encampment, at tended the encampment and addressed u camptire at Arbeiter hall. Mayor Mershon delivered the address of welcome, which was responded to by Department Commander Daboll, by Mrs. Knapp, president of the W. It. C, and by E. K. Henderson, division com mander of the S. ol V. C. D. llenja min presided at another camplire at Teutonia theater, and delivered the address of welcome. .Secretary of State Washington CJarJner, Abbie 11. Flagg, of the W II. C, and Fred 0. Stillson, of the S. of V., made responses. The election of department otlicers was a lively and interesting" struggle. There were, live candidates for depart ment commander. The tirst ballot re suited: (Jen. Wm. Shakespeare, of Kalamazoo, 227; Capt. A. L. Patrick, of Detroit, 207; Capt. James Van Kleeck, of Hay City, 72; Maj. Jacklin, of Detroit, 47; Capt (J. W. Crawford, 47. It only required a second bal lot to elect (Jen. Shakespeare by a ma jority of 43 over all, Capt. Patrick's supporters being the only other votes which adhered to their lirst choice. The other otlicers were: Lucius W. Lyon, of Saginaw, senior vice-commander; .1. O. Dellair, of Grand Rap ids, junior vice commander; . I. L. Pres ton, of Lyons, chaplain, and Dr. (leo. II. Granger, of Day City, medical di rector. The new commander an nounced the appointment of Col. Pond as assistant adjutant-general, and Hep. C. L Footc, of Kalamazoo, as assistant quartermaster-general. He deferred the making of his other appointments. Jt was decided to hold the next en campment at Greenville. The parade, which is always a feat ure of the encampment, showed the ranks of the various posts to be grad ually thiming. Gov. llich and Hon. James O'Donnell were the principal speakers at the second evening's camp fires. The annual session of the Women's Kelief Corps of Michigan was held at the same time and place. Mrs. Kmma E. Knapp, of Howell, the president, in her annual address showed that there nre now 2 JO corps in the state with a total membership of 7..12.. Twelve corps were organized during" the past year. The per capita tax was raised from 8 to 9 cents, the extra cent to go to the home for aged members at Geneva, Ohio. It was also agreed to try and get the national crops to furnish supplies to poor and struggling cfops, which it can do much cheaper than state organizations can do. Dur ing the year 12,111 graves were decor ated and the ladies devoted a great deal of their time and money to relief work. During" the year $4,333 was re ceived and 5 j,ito expended. The corps was visited by Commander-in-Chief Walker, who praised the ladies for their work, which, he said, had a strong tendency towards keeping" the G. . IJ. posts in a llourishinq condition. In the contest in the Woman's Ke lief Corps, all of the candidates for president withdrew except Mrs. Amanda J. Halstead. of Concord, and Mrs. Florence P.abbitt, of Ypsilanti. Mrs. Halstead was elected by a good majority. Mrs. Xellic Prince (Juimbj', of Saginaw, was elected senior vice president and Mrs. Xellie Lewis, of Traverse City, junior vice-commander: treasurer, Mrs. Flora X. Stahley, of Concord; chaplain, Mrs. Florence S. Dabbit, of Ypsilanti; executive board, Mrs. Kate K. Collins, of Howell. Sarah .1. Alden, of Saginaw, and Mrs. Ann Gritlith, of Detroit. The greater portion of the hamlet of Stony Point, is miles south of Jack ton, was burned. The U. S. .circuit court at Grand Kapids appointed ( has. M. Heald re ceiver of the D., L. fc X. railroad. The annual conference of the Metho dist Evangelical church iGermanl was .held at Capae with about ) ministers present. The Piatt mine, .outh of Xegaunee, has been closed down and will be abandoned. The ore deposits having been mined out. MICHIOAN NEWS. Capt Fred Larsen, of Co. A, Fifth Infantry, of Biff Kapids, has resigned. The Tilden mine at Ilessemer has closed down one shaft and let out 200 men. A big revival has just ended at Deer tield. Over 100 conversions are re ported. The Xorth Michigan Schoolmaster's club was held at Pctoskey with a large attendance. Wesley Hainer, aged 55, was kicked to death by a horse on his farm near Marine City. The rendition. of Shakespear's "Ju lius Caesar" by the U. of M. students was a brilliant success. James Kelley, an aged Denton Har bor veteran, was probably fatally in jured by a fall down stairs. A daughter of Charles Seidel, aged seven, was instantly killed by being struck by an electric car at Grand Kapids. Charles Eber. of Dainbridge, aged 23, was killed by the recoil of a cap- stansweep, while he was pulling stumps. Sands' lumber mills, the chief in dustry of Lake City, are about to close down, and the people wonder what is to become of the village. Fred Johnson, the colored man who fatallv shot Will Crockett, near Koval Oak, has been released, the evidence showiug that he tired in self-defense Over 2.".0 Detroit Epworth Leaguers visited the Xortlivillu league and held an enthusiastic rally which was ad dressed by Kev. C. T. Allen, D. D., of Detroit. It is said that the value of coin found in the counterfeiters' cave at Mottville, will aggregate $10,000. A portion of tins amount is represented by pure bullion. The bondsmen of ex-County Treas urer Paul (J. Suekev, of Ann Arbor, have finally decided to contribute $110 to settle his shortage and there'll' be no prosecution. The University of Edinburgh, Scot land, has placed the li. of M. on the list of colleges whose graduates are admitted to the Edinburgh law school without examination. Gov. Kioii has appointed James Mc- Xauchton. of Iron Mountain, a mem ber of the board of control of the Mar quette prison, to succeed K. M. Hoar, oi nougnton, resigned. In Xottawa township. Isabella county. Democrats, Kepublieans, Pro hibitionists, Populists ami free silver- ites, all came together in one bur cau cus and united on a ticket. Kailroad men found John O'Xeil. of Flint, by the side of the railroad in a critical condition. He was suffering" from a fracture of the skull. When found O'Xeil had fc.'O on his person. The entire tire department was called out at Traverse City, to light a herce lire in the Laker saloon. The tire was conlined in two houses. Lakers loss is $2,500; Fuller fc Yenish, $1,000. Geo, Tann. an inmate of tho Sol diers' Home at Grand Kapids, wan dered away and was found lying across a railroad track. He also swallowed broken irlass in an attempt to commit suicide. Carrol Gav. aired 15. was sharneninr plow points in Stewart's foundry at Allecan when his irrindstone bursted. One piece broke his leg above the knee and anomer strucK mm in the stomach. He cannot recover. Kev. Fr. Kairt, of Marshall, has been engaged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Lrittaiuca to write and revise u number or articles on the Koman Catholic church. He was recommended by Cardinal Gibbons.. Albert Pelligrini, an Austrian, a res ent of Vulcan, was run over by u nissengcr train anil had both legs cut oil", in the presence of several hundred people near the passenger depot at Iron Mountain. He died soon after. Gale Manufacturing Co.'s force of CO molders was thrown out for an inde linite time at Albion. The company claims lack of business, but will have some work done at South Lend. The men say the action is because they be long" the moldiers' union. Toe house of Kev. Fr. Kuuispasot, of St Mary's church at Iron Mountain, was raided by two masked burglars. who aroused the priest from his slum bers and threatened to blow his head olT if he didn't produce the cash. Pe tweeu $200 and was secured. Frank Murkey and Earnest Haga- lorn were arrested at Manistee on the charge of having brutally assaulted Mrs. Sattler, a 70-year-old widow and robbing her of $3;o. They knocked her down and then forced her to tell where the money was hidden. She identified llagadorn. Peter Hamilton, Oliver Suay and Fred Schmit were arrested at Kay City charged with illegal registration in the second ward. Hamilton ac knowledged that he was not even a citizen of the United States, and had only been in the city a few days. He lives in Canada, The iceboat Majestic, with four men and four boys on board, ran into a pile at St Ignace while going at the rate of 40 miles an hour, and was com pletely wrecked. Peter J. Yigeant broke four ribs, Cat Collins cut his head badly, an Indian was thrown 50 feet and one of the boys was badly injured. Two new churches were dedicated at Ann Arbor Trinity English Luth eran and the African Methodist Episco pal. At the former, Kev. II. L. Wiles, of Mansfield, O., and Kev. S. II. Kar nitz, of Iowa, conducted services. The colored church was dedicated by Kishop M. M. Turner, of Atlanta, Ga., assisted by several others. Xathan Saddler and his son. of Han ley, were shooting crows. The boy accidentally 11 red his gun and the en tire charge was sent into the calf of his father's W shattering the bone and tearing away the muscles. There is but little hope, of saving the leg and amputation may cause death. The tuberculin test was recently ap plied to the 52 cattle at Agricultural college, and as a result eight were found to l ntfeeted by tuberculosis. Tho result of the. t.-st was a great sur prise, as nothing about the animals indicated disease. The condemned animals will be isolated and experi mented upon before being killed. MICHIGAN Y. P.'S. C. L". Ionia wt Captured bjr an Army Warring Tor Christ an t 'he Church. The tenth annual state convention of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of Michigon was held at Ionia with over 1,300 delegates present, representing C0,000 members. The two principal streets were gayly decorated. Endeavorer flags, with their triangular colors and yellow c. li" monogram, were Hung from almost every window of the business houses and residences, and the endeavorer colors of red and white were ia evi dence everywhere. The first service was a general prayer meeting which filled tho Central M. li church toover tlowinc. Tho convention was formally opened in the evening with two meet ings. The principal one was held at the M. li church. The address of welcome was delivered bv President Charlp n Ransom, of tho local union. Vice President G. P. Cooler, of the state union, responded. Kev. J M. Tolmie, of Windsor, Ont. spoke upon "Inspira tion Service." Kev. W. Hall William son, of Grand Kapids followed with an address upon "The Supreme Xeed." At the overllow meeting held in the Presbyterian church the crowds were fully as large. The address of wel come was delivered by Kev. V, H. Uhomas, of Lima. Kev. Wiley K. Wright, of Traverse City, responded and addresses were delivered by Kev. Win. W. Taylor, of Hastings, and Kev. F. C. Wood, of Mancelona. Loth meetings were very enthusiastic. State Secretary Luclla li Holland, of Saginaw, reported that during the past year the state membership had increased one-third. At the Lay City couventiou, there were reported 1.010 societies, with a membership of 4!, lso. Today in Michigan there are l,3i. so cieties, with a membership of nearly '0,0(10, a total gain of 385 societies and lfi.S','0 members. Miss Mary G. Jlas kins, state superintendent of the junior league, reported that last year there were reported L'3 1 junior societies in the state, with a membership of (j,".'40. Xow there are 337 societies in the state, with a membership of 13, 4 so, an increase in the past year of Hh socie ties and 1,'MO members, showing that nearly one-half of the increase of the membership of the whole organization lies in the work of the juniors. Treas urer II. O. Fanning, of Grand Kapids, reported that during the year S.''i.'l.35 was received by the treasurer, making a total fund of $40S.45. There was ex pended $iO".,.7'., leaving a balance of 3115. iw; on hand. Tho addresses of the convention were very good, but the interest and enthusiasm centered on thoe of Fran cis li Clark, 1). I)., of Loston, president of the national union of societies, who said that God's design for the C. li movement was to raise the spiritual standard among young people; W. H. Strong, of Detroit, president of the state societies, and Kev. Donald Dr. Mae.Laurin, of Detroit. The feature of the closing dav was the election of ollicers and the feature of the election was the unanimous choosing of W. II. Strong, of Detroit, for a third term as president despite his repeated declinations. His election was a heartfelt expression of the love and esteem of the Michigan endeavor- ers toward him as a man, as worke.jn the cause and as their president. The other ollicers elected were: Vice- preident, Kev. J. M. Fulton, of Grand Kapids; secretary, Miss Flora 1!. Roberts, of Lapeer; treasurer, H. O. Fanning, of Grand Kapids; junior superintendent, Miss Mabel Kates, of lraverse City; missionary superintend ent, K. K. Hoobler, of Lay City. Appropriation for KUrn and Harbor In addition to the $500,000 appro priated by contrress in the sundrv civil appropriation bill, , for the ,'0-foot channel through the Great lakes and connections, a larsre Portion of which sum will be spent in Michigan, the river ana naroor uni, as presented to the house, appropriates a tot.il of $:03iC,5O to be spent in the state, the amount, oeing aivuiea as follows: Grand river, $50,000; Charlevoix. WO.ooo; Frankfort, S15,000; Grand Haven, SCO.ooo; Grand Marais, S.'l.oon; Manistee. SI '. 000: Holland and llhi.-k lake, S3. 000; Monroe. S5.000: Mnske rin. $30,000; Ontonagon, S 10. 000; Pcntwater, ;s.,uou: aiid iieacli, $10,000; Portage lake, S:5.ooo: Kenton Harbor rind St. Joseph, $3o.uoo; South Haven, S15,0' 0, wuu a survey lor a lti-ioot project; White lake. S5.00'J: Marouette. s s (inO: for harbor of refuge ut Presque isle near Marquette. So.OOO: Ludimrton. $.'0,000; Pctoskey. $s,0!)0; Saugatuck, $10,(.00; Menominee, $7,150; Cheboygan, SP.'.ooo; Alpena, $.'5,000; Scbewain?, $5,000; Kelle river, $5,000. Illf Shortage In A 1 prim County' Cnnh. Expert Accountant Dresser, of De troit, who has been examining the the county books at Alpena reports a shortage of $!US2.;o in the ex-County Treasurer Fred Perkins. i-sonie errors ami irregularities were also found in the accounts nf Treasurer Kayburu and Clerk Sim mons, but tiiese were due to bungling bookkecoinr. The books Dm in I141 1 shape, aud nn entire change is recom- l l no , a . . . memieu. iiicucoi oi Alnena conn v to the state is $30,000, Mjrutpry ut Tort Huron. City Controller Hiram A. Woite, of Port Huron, drew $5so from the bank to make out the pay roll of the vari ous city otlicials, but suddenly and my steriously disappeared. An investiga tion shows his books to be all right and the prevailing opinion is that he has been killed and his body thrown into the river which is supported by the fact that he did not purchase ticket at any of the railroad otticcs, and that he had not been seen at any of the depots, ferries or livery barns. Three business buildings, occupied by Freeland, dry goods; (hist, saloon, and Kice & Co., drugs, and the Com mercial hotel barns burned at Oxford with a total loss of nearly $10,000. The sixth annual meeting of the Michigan conference association of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the M. li church was held' at Jack son with "JO ) delegates in attendance. Kev. E. C. Tulhir represented the six M. Ii churches of the city in extend ing a cordial welcome, nnd Mrs. A. Mnnro welcomed the delegates for the missionary societies. The response was made by Mrs. F. C. Thompson. t Lansing. The receipts of the wholo conference were :';. Carrie Deruiter. a domestic in the home of F. G. Austin, of Kalamaoo, fell down stair with a lighted lamp in her -bunds and was fatally burned. Results of Malarial and Typhoid Fevers. A CASE CITED IN THREE OAKS, MICH., THAT WILL INTEREST DELICATE WOMEN. Tb Effect! of (tie Feier YVern Kelt In th Weakest Spot A Warning to Mothers. From the Tress. Three Oaks, Mich. Out at Three Oaks. Michigan, lives Mrs. J. S. Flowers, from whom we publish part of a most Interesting let ter. The first part of the letter was taken up with a description of her suf ferings an a result of malarial and typhoid fevers. These consisted of rheumatism, nervous prostration, bolls, revere pains In head and back, etc.. etc. The feature of her letter, which will be of the mopt interest, however, follows, and It will Interest many women and particularly mothers of young daugh ters: "I had also been a sufferer for sixteen vars with painful menstruation. Every time I would have to lie down most of the time, as It wan Impossible fcr me to stand. At last, os a result of this remedy, (rink rills), they pearly disap peared. Every time they Fhould come I would cramp and would have to use hot applications, and would take hot slings, teas and every known remedy, but of no avail. After using Pink Pills two months they came on without any fa!n whatever. Jt had been two years since there had b-t-n any color. The doctors said It mltrht be the turn of life, but as I was too young, only thirty three, he thought It strange If It was. Now I am Just as anyone should be at those times. "Another trouble I had was a weak rtomach from a child. Every little while I would have bad vomiting spells, consequently the doctors found me a Very hard patient to treat. My phy Flclan said he had spent more time In Ftudylng my case than that of any patient he ever had. Several physicians advised me to use an electric battery. We got one and I used It for some time before I commenced using the pills, and continued It for awhile after I began using them, but I found out I could get nlonc ns well without it and Just de pended on the pills. "When I commenced using them I was so discouraged that I had given up the thought of ever being any better, ns nfter every attack I was so much weaker and more helpless. It seems al most a mlrarle to me that after trying so many remedies that your medicine should have helped me so much. I can now walk quite a distance without get ting very tired, and the bunch on my back Is much smaller than it was. "I can furnish plenty of proof that these statements ore all true from friends who have seen me suffer nnd know Just how helpless I was when I commenced using your medicine. I have used In all thirty-two boxes. I am perfectly willing to tell what has helped me nnd have recommended your pills to several persons who are now using them. I do not believe I would have been alive now had It not been for Dr. Williams' rink Pills for they helped me when everything else failed. "Respectfully, "Mrs. J. S. Flowers." Pworn nnd subscribed to before me this 19th day of October. A. D. 1S03. Dwlght Warren. Notary Public, Perrlen County, Michigan. Dr. "Williams' Pink 1111s contain. In a condensed form, all the elements neces sary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. Pink Pills are sold In boxes at 50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50. and may be had of all druggists, or direct by mall by addressing Dr. Williams' Med. Co.. Schenectady, N. Y. Marriage with a pood woman Is a hnrtior in Ihe tempest of life: with a bad woman it is a tempest In the harbor. J. I, feern. Tried and Kurc Things. Rough on Headache, quick cure, 15c. Kouifh on Toothache, instant relief, ice. Rough on Couch, good, none better, 33c. Rouh on Colds. LaGrippe and Influenza, 50c. Roufh on Catarrh, pure to please you. yc. Rougii on Rile Pills, btst for constipation, ajc. Ro-Jifh on Malaria- for chills, tevci, ague, 50c. Routi on Dyspepsia, unequalled curt, 50c. Rouhon Rheumatism anil Gout, a cure, fi. Rouifh on Munions und Chi'biains. 23c. Rough on Corns, hard or bolt corns, 15c. Rouvjh on Rats, sold all around the world, ijc. At druggists or sent on receipt of t rite. E. S. Wells, Chemist. Jersey City, N J. (Jood ituu True Things. Rough on l'a-'n, pungent, penetrating, s$c. Rough on Pain, Planters, pc-roustd. ti st.'a-z-c. Rouch on Pain, ( mustard plasters,) i for a;c. Routi on Worms, cany taken, 1 fleet: ve, ?jc. Rouh on Cholera, for diarrhoea, colic, ttc. 25c. Rough on Hysteria, quiets, rebts ; sleep, 35c. Rough on Itch, for all tkin humors, f.oc. Rough on Asthma, new quick relief, 5vC. Rough on Piles, externa end internal. ce. Rouh on Sores, cleansing, quick healing, s;c. lx."ourclle Oil Halm, for the complexion, sx. If Gray, use Well' Hair li.Alsam. lc. At drui;gist3 or sent on receipt of price E. S. ells. Chemist, Jersey City, N. J. Trustworthy Thins?. Wells' Velvet Cream Face Powder, 25c. Leaurellc Oil Halm, sUn bcautifier, ,oc. Wells' Hair Balsam, preserves the hair, soc. Wells' 13 rain Invlgorant and Nerve "Tonic, keeps you bright, vigorous and strong, 7c. Wells' Stomach Klixir, comforting relief, 35c. Wells' Kidney. Bladder and Urinary Cure. $1. Wells" Lithia-Rye Whiskey, a pure, harmless, healthful stimv'ant. $1. At druggists or set on receipt of price. E. i. Wells, Chemist, Jersey City, N. J. Don't Die In the House Rough on Rata, Clenrs nut Flics, Ped Bugs, Roaches. Ants, Rat?, Mice, iC The kindest and happiest pair will find occa sion to forbear, nnd something every day they lire to pity und pernap (oigive. I!iware of Ointment for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, , As mercury will surely destroy the tense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through tho mucous surfaces. Such ar ticles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi cians, as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure, be sure you get the genuine. It is taken In ternally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Fold by druggists; price, 75c per bot tle. Hall s Family Pills. 25c fen should keep their even wide orm before marriage and half shut afterward. ScuderL For St. nnil Minneapolis. The"North-Western Limited," sump tuously equipped with buffet, smok ing" and library cars, regular and compartment sleeping cars, and luxu rious dining cars, leaves Chicago via the North-Western line (Chicago North-Western railway) tit p. m. daily, and ni rives at destination early the 'following morning. All principal ticket agent." sell tickets via this pop ular route. The m:ii:Mt known microbe Is that of In fluenza. cClrsne trained woodwork with col l tea. UrT aod ashes on dl.-olcrd tableware. nires are not dangerous to life, but thev are a prolific breeder of misery and profanity. Poan's intment gives instant relief, even in the worst cases of this and other exasperating diseases of the skin. It Is vain that a man Is born fortunate if be Is unfoi uuate it his marruxe. iiacler. Pure blood and a good digestion are an insurance against disease and suf fering. Jlurdock Illood Hitters keeps the blood pure, tho digestion perfect. The people who disappoint Cod most are those who try to titfht their own buttles. Hundreds of precious little ones owe their lives to Dr. Thomas KclectricOil, the sovereign euro for croup and all other throat and lung diseases. The blood of Christ was shed to make every promise la the liible worth its face. A cough is a danger signal oi worse troubles to come. Cure the cough and prevent its results by using Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It Is one of the first laws of Ood that the man who will not cive shall not psm ss. Gocd reasons why you should u;e Hindercorni. It takes out the corns an! thrn yoa have peace and comfort, surely u tood exchange, ljc at druggists. 1 r ! I It will hurt you more to live a day without prayer than to live It without Irtud. .FITS AH I""itstoprwl freM- pr. K line Great Arv KeMlwrrr. So ith.fH-r iirm iiiv b use. lurv.li.ufiin'. Tr'atiMni t'Jiriitl uittl.-fi b ll cithch. bel.U lo tjf. Kiiiifol Ai iti fcl., 1' He th.it, has nver known i!l-fortnn l.ia never known himelf or hU virtue. It the Ilahy is Cutting Teeth, flegure nd u.o that oi l and "e''-t; i 1 rtnitxijr, fc.;g, WiNhLOW'a RooTfiiN'O Svbcf for ChlMi en Tectlilr.tf. Wash, rusty gilt frames In spirit of wine. Peeido to irive up n!n and e how soon skeD- ticisa will k-avo your heart. Under the Weather. That is the common Spring complaint. You feel "logy," dull. 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