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SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND,
MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1013.
REPORTS OF BUG :
IN SEPTEMBER SHOWS
PERTINENT HINTS TO HOMEBUILDERS . ...
1 ..ON USES AND ABUSES OF FLOORS
IMPROVED ASSESSMENT METHODS.NEEDED
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Gain, Over Year Ago Small but!
' Encouraging Compared .to
-unfavorable August. .
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Exterior and Interior arrangement ot Ideal residence.
''-' By Arthur C Qauaen. Th four klnda first mentioned com
Th floor arc the ; moat uied Knd i,w,ldt ' two sliea for domwUft use,
tho moat abused part of a homo. Moat i lnchoa on tha face and 214 tnohoa on
paoplo have a, - very decided choice aa the face. Tha narrowest width makes
to what their want : with reference to
" the interior woodwork. Whether It
hould be mahogany, - oak, birch, cy
press, fir, chestnut, etc., but 'when it
cornea to the floors they are less par
ticular ana many , hare do preference at
To bo kept In food condition erery
floor ohould have the finish oa It
touched up at least once a year erer the
entire surface that la not protected by
rugs or permanently standing furniture,
and tn the much worn places, sush as
the pasaareways between dining room
and Tdtchett" and other ' doorway, it
hould b touched up three or four timet
year, aoeordlna; to the amount of wear.
Since the: wood itself cannot com
mence to wear until -after the Tarnish
has been worn down, and-alnco varnish
. will stand up practically aa well on one
kind of floor aa It will, on another, it
la really Immaterial for home-buildlng
purpose which kind of flooring la used
o far a the wearing down of It la
concerned. '- : -""v. '
- icaple Btaada Sard "Wear.
In large department stores, factories,
eta. It 1 found that all things consid
ered a maple floor of good quality will
stand the most wear, but under theso
circumstance no attempt la made - to
rarnlah them or In other way provide a
, permanent finish, neither Is any attempt
made to preserve them In good appear-
' ance. -t', :.
In the modern department store the
floor In the main aisle - will receive
aa much and maybe more wear in a
week than, the most traveled part of
4 home will receive in a lifetime. There
fore the kind of hardwood flooring to
be used tn a borne should be a matter
of preference and price, more than wear
ing quality. ; ' , : '
- This statement,' of course, does not In
clude soft wood floor, auch as fir.
While many kind of hardwoods are
used for flooring, the moat popular -are
White oak, red oak, maple and birch,
yellow pins.' Georgia pin and fr being
used only in amall. Inexpensive homes.
v.;;.;; Oood Quality Advised, . , ; :
White oak comes in several qualities
and two kind of surface, straight
grained and quarter sawed. The - best
quality of every kind of floor la ad
vised. The difference in cost between
the best quality and the second quality
I seldom more than $10 per thousand
. Second .quality of flooring when you
get It la a very fair grade. The trouble
lie In the fact that a soon a any
thing but the best la permitted a large
hare of your material 1 very apt to
be third . quality and sometime even
The minute you permit defective or
lea desirable material of any kind to
be used you are taking chances. If you
object to the material you receive, the
reply 1 usually to the effect that "you
didn't order the best. If you wanted
the best, why didn't you order and pay
Ked oak ' flooring, when properly
handled, makes a good floor, but unfor
tunately It 1 Inclined to silver and
chip off, an that the .edges,' especially
toward the end of the strip, frequently
become slivered off In; the handling of
the material, and no amount of filling
or scraping will then make It a perfect
Bed Oak Also Xandsome, 1
In appearance it la almost as hand
some a whit oak. for It must be ad
mitted that a quarter aawed white oak
floor i the handsomest thing to be
had In flooring.
Maple is used In most parts of the
country, more than any other kind of
flooring. It" is close grained, of light
color, takea ' a polish well, especially
with a wax floor, and endures where
floor . reoelv considerable wear. A
maple floor of m inch trlps makes
tn beat dancing floor.
Maple also make a better floor for
bathroom and kitchen than oak. In
appearanoe .lt 1 a1 little monotonous.
and, having practically no grainTit
lack Interest and while it give a neat
appearance when . properly finished it
la not to be compared in beauty to a
white oak floor. -
A birch floor take and' keep the
finish a little better than any other
kind of flooring, this also being true
of birch woodwork. Burch run prom
inently to two color, dark pink and
light yellow. "Unselected birch," though
perfect a to quality, meana that these
two color alternate through the wood,
and. while it la not a serious objection
in woodwork that is stained. It does
not 'look -so well on a floor, where it
presents a somewhat patched quilt ap
pearance. y. ' ;
Xed Birch Is OoodV . ;
A selected; red birch floor, which
stmply means that the red parta of
tne wood are selected out from the
reat and that the floor will then pre
sent an even color appearance, makes
a handsome and durable floor. One
piece lulald linoleum makes the best
kitchen and pantry floor. A tile floor
Is recommended for bathroom and ves
With reference to the cheaper grades
of wood such as fir: These are not ad-
v'sed for Interior floors, except pos
sibly in the second story of inexpen
slve homes. An unselected birch floor
costs very little more than any of
these cheaper floors and Is certainly to
be preferred to any of them for Interior
Floors should never be stained, but
left their natural color. Slow drying
varnishes are the best, since they lndt
cate a large percentage of gum. At
least 48 hours should be left between
each coat of varnish and several days
between each coat is still better. A
shiny surface wears the best, but- a
dull, rubbed down surface looks the
For a wax floor give an oil filler and
varnish at least two coats before ap
plying the wax. Never use water on a
varnished, or waxed floor. A good clean
ing solution for any kind of varnished
woodwork is 75 per cent rubbing oil
and 25 per cent bensine. Apply with a
woolen cloth and rub off after a few
Fallowing tn unfavorable report of
August building construction through
out the country, which showed a de
crease of II per cent as. compared with
the same period of the previous year,
the September report looms up splen
didly, though small, an actual gain Is
shown. . .
. The statements for September from
69 cities1 received by the American Con
tractor of Chicago, reach ; a total of
6.74J,573, compared With 9S8.52S.989,
The gain l only a little over $100,000
but the surprise Is that any gain at all
la shown in face of ths disastrous rec
ord of last month.
Twenty-six cities show gains, Phila
delphia1 1 the only city of the first
magnitude to show a gain, the increase
there amounting to 56 per cent ' Troy,
N. T. made the largest gain, leading off
with 1S56 per cent Then comes Grand
Rapids with 499 per cent; Duluth, 454
per cent; Syracuse, J8; Spokane, 117;
Toledo, 104; St Joseph, 100; Portland,
98, and fit Paul. 69 per cent , Portland
registers on of the largest gains In
actual construction volume in . the en
tire district west of the Mississippi
river. - - . .. - '."j'-.t .
For the nine month ending with Sep
tember, the same St cities show the
building permit were Issued totaling
t58t.349.018. compared with 8686,670.781,
a decrease of only six-tenths of one per
cent -" . ' ;
In detail. the figures are as follows:
Kept, Per eent
1913 Gain. Lou.
OF PAST FORTNIGHT
Transactions Are Spreacf Over
AH Sections of State; ;Pen
. dleton's Wealth' Increases,
C. P. Ragsdale of Umatilla county
has sold for 840,000 . the wheat ranch
,i he recently , acquired, 18 miles .north of
Pendleton. The, buyers are August and
William Kupers. Thero.are 1120 acres
lit the farm and Mr. Ragsdale got it In
trade for his. 400 acre, ranch on lower
Prairie creek. , t i,
R. W. ' Tripp "of Xebanon report the
ale fit the J. "W. Slevolgh 60 acre farm
west of Brownsville to Albert Walbert
of lone, eastern Oregon. , In the deal
, Mr, fielvolgh take Mr. Walbert' farm
near Ion and will occupy the same this
fall while Mr. Walbert will move to the
Blevolgh farm and become a resident of
George X ' Morse of Talent : has ' Just
sold to William Walker, from 'Vancou
ver Wash., his 1080 acre stock ranch
near Talent Mr, Mora take in part
(exchange a fine Income property at Van
couver, 'The consideration Is not made
public,, but it 1 on - of the blgMeal
of the season. C, A. McArthur mad
' the. deatiit.,',f Vat"; '::xyx,,,
' The John Butler place of 160 acres,
four miles weat of Wlllamlna, was sold
by C O. Burgess this week to George
Glass of eastern Oregon for 84000 caah.
'The SuncaniTtaneh.'ol ill i acreon
' Grave creek, near Glendale. wa sold a
few day ago to a doctor from Oregon
City. The ranch I said .to be a good
one. It is located three miles from lie
land and nine from Glendale. ; . ,
Pendleton has nearly $100,000 more
of taxable wealth this year than last
according to Assessor C P. Strain, who
har called the attention of the city au
thorities to the-fact that the time for
making ; the 1918 1 levy is approaching
In 19l8 the assessed valuation of prop
erty in Pendleton wa 84,986,008.00. and
the assessor estimate that the inereaai
thl year wUl b about $99,047.00.
P0INCARE WRITES OF
1 FRENCH; GOVERNMENT
" Paris. Oct, l$.--,How France Is Gov-,
erned," by Raymond Polncare, president
of the Frenoh republic, la a book which
ha Just been published almost Blmul
taneoualy in both French and English.
And it Is a revelation of bow different
the republlo. of France la ..from tha re
public Of the : United SUtea, and bow
like the kingdom., of Great Britain. ?
President, Polncare' book show that
tn . Frencn president, ."presides, but
does not govern"; that he can make no
decisions. , save in conjunction with his
cabinet and even then the responsibility
of the act 1 their, not hi. He cannot
dissolve parliament, save with the con
sent or the senate. ; in short, he is large
Where in th United State the presl-
aent naa mora power man almost any
European monarch, hire and fires his
own cabinet without consulting anybody,
end messages to congress outlining
his views and suggesting legislation, the
French president must select a cabinet
only after consulting tha senate and
chamber of deputies since the cabinet
must have, the confidence of these bod
ies and once appointed, it can be Over
thrown in a minute, not by th president
out ay parliament. v.:,'V'
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" i; .Cap ' Injure ", two. ' , v-'-
Centralis, Wash., Oct 18. Tho two
small children of John Johnson, of Tay
lor' Landing, Were badly Injured when
two dynamite cap, which, thev found
and with which they were playing, ex
ploded.' Three finger of the boy band
were blow off. while pieces) of the cans
wert blown Into th girl' body, , , . ,
NEVt FEATURE ADDED'
TO APARTMENT HOUSES
N ew 1 York, Structures Provide
v "Guest Rooms" to Be :
: -Rented to Tenants.
Although. Nw York City, house al
ready contain about everything that the
tenant can think of as necessary to hi
comfort and convenience, builder have
not yet ceased to look for new feature
which will make apartment house more
desirable. .- In several apartment houses
recently built In the metropolis special
rooms have been provided apart from
th apartments, ' which 'are known . aa
guest rooms. t v&g-.A&ixa :i
They are for rent by the day, or for
longer periods, to tenants who may have
njore guest than they can conveniently
accommodate In their apartment These
room are furnished in the best of taste,
and are quite on a par with ths sleep
ing - rooms : in "the finest apartments.
They are not rented to 1 transients, nor
are they ' regarded a rentable apart
ments. .. They are 'exclusively for the
purpose for which they have been pro
Tided, -.y ; v;; I ,f ,;, 5 f-, f
NEW YORK'S HOSTELRIES
SvKeW : TorkJ'- Oct H 1 $VUurtomaato:na
struck Broadway with vengeance. Rec
tor's hotel and. restaurant - at ' Forty"
fourth (Street 1 being - remodeled and
will be called Claridg'.' That 1 th
name Of the moat famous and axciualva
of the London hotel. Rector", Vhlch
ha for several generations been s. wen-
known name in Mew Tork's restaurant
and hotel , history. ; will be perpetuated
by Georgo Rector1 new restaurant at
Forty-elghth street '. Another lnatanof
of the English Influence is the new
Rtrand thna.tr K-Ino, hull) m ...
enth and Broadway, , ; . , -
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Blrmlnebim . .
Boa too ........
Cedar Rapid.; .
Port Warn. .
Grand Rep Ida...
LoaliTtlle ' .....
Manch Mter ....
f Bronx .......
St Joaph. ......
Salt Lake City.
8. Francisco. . . .
191 J ,
' : 224,823
852,640 . .
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1913 Msessment of Mock 128, 124, 1J5 and 138, city of Portland, embraclnf a portjoa of on of the)
. - oldest West Side residence aectiont. '
The district extending from Ball to
Montgomery and from First to Third
street was on of the best and moat
desired residence section of Portland
85 years ago. fs the city grew and
business pushed its way south along
Front. First and Second streets, resi
dents of the district south of Jeffer
son from , the river back to Fourth
street either sold their homes or
rented them and built in the newly
opened Job Hill section or moved to
the more or less exclusive addition
platted on the east ' aide. The result
wa that thl seotlon ot South Fort-
land rapidly-filled up to a great ex
tent with people in th humbler walks
of life. Within the past half: a dosen
year thl district, ho Wvr, ha ex
perienced a come-back quite a num
ber of apartment house, many flat
and a few substantial store buildings
have been erected in the vicinity of
the intersection of MilL; Montgomery
and Harrison with Second and Third
streets, and property In that immedi
ate section is held at about the same
figure a Nob Hill or th Twnty-third
street ditrict. , ; . .
Th assessment of thin section to
proportion to Its market value and
the prices at whion it 1 hold by the
various owners, is ; apparently , lower
than the assessment In other sections.
As an example, of this, block" 114.
which was the home of the late. S. O.
Rood and now belongs to the Old Peo
ples' Home. 1 ald to be -valued by
the official of that corporation, at
8100,000, while the 1918 assessment of
the block Is $43,300. The quarter block
at Third and Montgomery' is Assessed
ground valueat $12,800 It 1 very
doubtful if thla quarter could be pur
chased for lea than $80,000 and more
likely the owner would demand 85000
to ; $10,000 above that sum. None of
the Third street frontage in blocks' 135
and 188- Is assessed for more than 40
per cent of Its market value.
Baltimore . . .
Chattanooga . .
Cincinnati ... .
Fort Wayne.. . 1.787.713
Orand Rapids. 8,485.148
MancbMter . .
Milwaukee i .
NaihTllIa . .
Newark ... . .
New Ha Yea. ,
, Brooklyn ... 26,604,526
Brorft ... 19.285,624
v Total... a 108.782.441
Omaha ...... 8.608.640
Philadelphia .. 82,668.000
Plttaburg .. ..12.492.596
Portland .... 11.522,960
Rochester . . 7,631 ,961
Sr. JToaenh .. A 660.376
St.' Paul.. ,....7,284.108
St. Louis ....12.676.163
R. lake City ..1.672,300
B. rranclaoo.. 16.819.659
Scranton .... 950,485
Seattle ...... - T.909.400
Khra report .... 1,063,78
Hlonx City ,. 1,496.863
Sooth Bend 765,164
Toledo :.-'. .. '
Topaka ..M "'v;i
Woreeater. . .
856,749.072 $56,528,939 .. ..
Jan. 1 to Jan. 1 to
Oct. 1, Oct 1, Per eent
1913 1912 Gala.Loes.
4,287,040 $ 8.657,017 IT
4.277,699 8.T11.18T ..
7.258,617 0,819,845 25
, 6.874,685 ,
VINTER SPRAYS 11
CHECK MITES THAT
FED ON THE P
Serious Damage to Trees May
Be Averted by Treatment at
Present Season of the year.
(Win',oir-j . ,rT4l v ' .. . M
4,708.668 , 8,269.848 , ; 44 , .,
2,188.588 , ; 1.816.790 , 64 II
4.6.T5.261 , 4,504,498 A, g !' J
724.149 ;'y T80,893S.' f
IWal'-. . .$594,849,016 $598, 670,788 7T "l
While1 New York shows a loaa of To
eent for the month, the figure are such aa
to indicate a rarlral of bnUdlng? operations la
the metropolis. - ! ?: ,r ,t ,,
::;f.8pllnti iVTtm ' 'tlenioved, j t '
Chehalla. "Wash- Oct 3 f
Coleman, mayor of Chehalia, who was
defendant In a malpractice suit brought
Dy a eeaiue ooiorea Doy named Ftank
K. Thorn, won a victory in the Lewis
county superior court Thorne, " when
an inmate of the state training' school
here, had a finger broken. ' Dr. Coleman
set It and it later crew crooked, but It
wa satisfactorily proved that the rea
son was that Thorn failed to keep on
the splint, '- - - m -4 "x
By H. E. Ewlng, Entomologist.
Oreron Ajrrlcultural College, Cor-
vallls, Or., Oct. 18. Serious damage to
the foliage of several kinds of plants
in many cart of Oregon and washing-
ton ha been occasioned oy swarms ox
mites which feed upon the under sur
face of the leave. Although the pests
are most actlve-la the dry months of
the summer, some of th specie are
best controlled by winter - sprays, and
should be made the subject of study
for identification and eradication by
alt growers whose plants have been In
jured by them. Their present rapid
spread should be checked before they
become so widely established that they
can be controlled only at heavy costs.
For several month myrfads of these
minute creatures called mites have
made repeated attack on the leave of
fruit tree, many garden - and orna
mental slants and some shade trees. In
some Instances they have caused se
rious losses to farmers ana garaeners.
Although they are sometimes called red
spiders, tney are not spiaers, ama. uu
allv tru not red.
The mites innaoir. me unaer ia 01
the leaves, where they run aDout ana
feed by piercing the soft tissues with
their needle-llKe Diung jaws imanui-
bieal. and suck the Juices from tne
plant cells. The adults deposit small,
spherical eggs on the under surface of
the leaves, where they may be found
frequently attached to a looae web that
the mother spins in a very Irregular
In four to six day tne eggs naicn,
littles young mites with six eg and a
round body emerging. These baby
mite look very much like their mother,
and feed in a similar wanner. After
growing for about three weeks, dur
ing whloh time they "east their skin
three times, they become mature.
men first attacked the leaves show
minute specks along; the midribs or
near the larger vein. A the attacks
continue these regions become pale in
color, then brown,, and at time the
leave pucker up. If th injury con
tinue the entire leaf become pal and
finally drop, y -'-" ! '
Red spider are not troublesome in
th spring and early summer, but be
com o during" July, August and Sep
tember. When the , weather is hottest
and dryest-they multiply with, great
rapidity and cause much damage. .
Vs;wwr lerlonsi Vts, v , y
While several specie of spider mites
are known only four are aerlou pest
In th northwest . These are th com
mon or greenhouse - red spider, . the
brown' mite, the citrus . red spider and
the yellow spider mite, v . -
, The red spider is most frequently
found - on plant growing under glass
and later la the summer on several
kind of garden vegetable. The brown
mite 1 a more serious pest of pear
trees than of any other fruit, although
It ' ha been known to do serious In
Jury to apple trees.' ;. The citrus mite
has only recently been .introduced into
Oregon,, probably from California,, and
is very injurious to prunes and peaches
wherever it la found. Th yellow spi
der mite is a native of this state, being
found on the large leaved maple,- the
vine maple and the Oregon white oak.
Vfit. several seaso&a .thl pest-iiaa dona
considerable damage to apple tne in
the Hood River district , ;
Two of these Spider mite, th eltru
red spider and th4rown mite, pass the
winter In the gr' stage, the small red
eggs being deposited on the twigs of
the trees. ; They can be? controlled by
a winter spray of llme-ulphur. Th
common spider mlt and the vyellow
spider mite pas th winter as aauus.
They are best held in check by mean
of a cummer spray of bjack leaf 40,
plu a little whale on soap. ; Flour past
at the rate or eignt pounaa oi nour in
100 gallon of water will also hold them
in check If aDDlled thoroughly as a
spray. . . ,
PHYSICAL DIRECTORS '
to hold: CONFERENCE
Northwestern Y, M. C. A, Of
ficials to Meet in Portland
November 3 to 8, -
Physical directors of th Young Men'
Christian association from all parts of
th Pacific northwest will gather is
Portland November 8 to 8 for their an
nual conference. It Is expected to be
the largest gathering, of Its kind that
has been held, and an interesting pro
gram has been arranged by A, M. Grill
ey, physical director of the Portland
Th convention will bo especially
noteworthy because of th presence of
William II. Ball, of the T. M. C. A.
international committee, head of ' the
physical department work, Mr. Ball will
speak every day of the convention, tak
ing up such subjects aa "Business
Method for th Physical Department,"
"Qymnastlo Pedagogy," "Th Relation
of Physical Training . to Character
Building" and "The Future of the Phys
ical Directorship." Other well known T.
M. C A. workers will also participate in
Dieted an investigation Insist the fig
ure are In no way due to race' aulcld
amongst married couple.- Instead, it 1
du merely to the fact that popletr
not Jmarrylng, and that they are not mar.
ryln;, th ecTOmiasjon ::daclsjres,.ia due to
economlo condition alone. ' ;;;".!
BUILDERS! AND FINISHERS'
j. , v directory Mx;. '. v.-
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8QW88I PAK80N8. 100H great, Mala 144.
wowpiran Twcaina;. . i
t- OLA8S lira ecAzrif
TlamS, CHESS CO 1S4-186 24 St. Prompt
kl'CAROAB. Batss Lively, sot Zee aid.
r foraa ot liiaorai. bopqa.
PACiriO ICON WORK
au arcnitectnrai irea
BETTER Issdseapas sad geneni rarSaalaav
SWISS FLORAL CO. vEtZ
FAClli'10 Landaeaoe Uarunlns eoDpanr.
atotnehua bldg. Phone Siarahall 8808.
OKMASTENTAI, WISE AVT3 IROlf
POBTlMO WIB8 AMD IKON WO&Ktt, 8484
w eaavuiiarcmiai wuw Bl nil gVVJe
ARE BAR TO MARRjAGE
Rome, Oct r 18. Italy birth rata
which since the foundation of the pres
ent Kingaom, over bo years ago, ha been
th least of its trouble, ha now devel
oped Into a problem. Statistics . Just
completed show a decrease in babies
since 1881 from 88 to 81.S per eent''
Th commission Which jhas just com-
aiMT. on. aura olass
KABM U8SEN CO., "Hlh gtandard" pelaU
N. JR. corner 8d and Taylor. M.-A-17TV
pioneeb PAiM co ia 1st sr, lisi iiii."
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PAINTING Papa baatlos, astlBc, eareet
eleaalaf, bottom prlcae. Mar. aloei aaUvwl
1808 Srllwood 1183. ..
PAINTIMJ, paper aanglnc, tlntlus. If
room. 0. A. Barnes. Marshall 4074.
6QOU wurh BUr Potto. A. Uhniira. at ..-Li
., 1X7 ..hl.u 1 'Hat i. . T rT
' mmmw acta.
COIl beat work, prloas rtsht, call P. A. Cuana!
881 K. WaahTnston. BWliod 1108.
LtrMBI0 AMD PlPirBrKO BUPPLIfg
IBATH TFJBB, sinks;
traa pipe, pipe tlu
f lobuog. Paoue ktaia
ITTUa. tollata, baaloa, bollera.
aui Hxtii woiu
1AOOB L08LI, Sheet awtal worka, botaL rae.
taorant work rooting, general Joetttaav llaia
14114. 610 rirat. btr'o6nmbla ?nd "ar .?
window cleaners; employing onlr ezW
MM3S1. U7 Bunuld.
wklta balo-Call tor dm,
A. B. WI.VIHJW elaanlna contraetor.",t(T
tbotovghiieaa. eararulncaa. . Phone Mala litis.
COni, BILK HEADACHY?
MM TONIGHT! D!
No odd bow bad your liven stomach
or bowel; how much your bead ache,
how miserable and uncomfortable you
are from constipation, indigestion, bil
iousness and . sluggish lntestlnes--you
aiwaya get - tn desired : result with
Cascarats. i . ' '(- i, . ' , J . ,
They end th headache, biliousness,
dlsstnesa, nervousness, eick, our, gassy
stomach. They cleanse your Liver and
Bowel of all th our bile, foul gases
and constipated matter which 1 produe.
Ing the misery. 'A Cascaret tonight wilt
straighten you put by morning a 10
cent box keep your head clear, stomarh
sweet, liver and bowel regular, and you
fel cheerful and bully for months.
', CLS I a t i 4
r; ';;U PRICE 10 C
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