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BY RALPH WATSON
WVOW Ma rwiukM, trimly, a sh
1 closed th door brink y after Iw.
Seynwiar's retreating back, "now." she
rrtrd with professional anticipation,
w will gt buy."
Tor the love of horn." T. Paer plead
' "can't you let nature take her
"W wtTI. Ma assured him. speaking
for herself anl the physician, "but we
wltl asalnt her. Doc saya that's all we
can do anyway."
"Olv. her a chance alone first." T.
raer Ululated hopefully. 'id If she don't
make oo 1 won't holler."
"Hollerlnii don't bother me Ma as-
uri Mm. "Ton Just go ahead 'nd howl
bile I fetch the blanket! 'nd the hot
"Out I aJn't cold no more," T. Paer In
ieted. -Pro hottern the dkkens right
Four degrees," Ma repeated ominous
ly. "We'll Chase them down to normal In
"Oh. gosh." T. Taer groaned In defeat.
-spring th trap. I'm ready to go."
wo orr them clothes." Ma com
manded Inexorably as she cams through
ins room a moment later, her arms full
or henry blankets garnered from the at
tie. "Hhuck off 'nd roll In."
"Why didn't I let you be a name In
tead of marry In' you?" T. Paer moaned
trom. his woolen envelops a few min
uls later, "Bachelors can Ale In peace
without beln tortured to death first"
"tjwlt your grumbling 'nd take thin."
Ma directed with efficient calm. "It'll
help a lot"
"What Is Itr T. Paer asked with In
stinctive aversion, "I don't want to take
a lot of dope."
"It ain't dope." Ma answered as she
lnised a brimming table spoon above his
hudderlng visage. "It's only castor oil,"
"Only castor oil." T. Paer gagged with
weakened Irony, "for Lord's sake Ma.
havs a heart."
That's, what I've sot" Ma said, a
Patter of sympathy In her voice, "thaf's
wny i m giving It to you."
l I got to die." T. Paer pleaded. "I
don't want to "be embalmed with that
H ain t embalming fluid." Ma re
marked ambiguously, "I'll promise you
"Ilelpr T. Paer gulped and gasped.
"Water! For the love of Mike gimme
anything to take that taste out'n my
-It won't last long." Ma said pitilessly
TOtt keep your foet on the hoi
water bag 'nd lay still."
J m too near gone to do an v thins;
elsa," T. Taer muttered. "Who'rf ever
inntit-nt you'd treat ms thla way?"
TU be back as soon as the medicine
oomea. Ma promised i
away. Til tldp up tn
while I'm watting."
Don't hurry back." T
passed by Phalanx lodge No. 1. Knights
of Pythias. . 4:-. 'V?v t:-:"
The lodge, according to the resolution.
la "unalterably, unequivocally and tor-
aver opposed to anyj proposition tending
to encourage free immigration of any
members of any yellow or brown race
into thla country, and more especially la
opposed to the proposition that peace can
only be obtained through Intermarriage
of whites and members of the yellow or
brown races.. -A
Furthermore, the 1 lodge "resents the
assumed authority on the part of the
Chamber of Commerce to speak for us."
We most heartily condemn." the reso-
I think I'm coin' to lotion continues, "the action of the
Chamber of Commerce In permitting
a she turned
house a little
''Here you are," Ma announced briskly I such suggestions, coming from the al-
a little bit later aa she appeared in the I leged sources, to have cone unchal-
ooor .armeo wiui a formidable bottle, a lenjeed.1
spoon and a Elans of water. "Now rear
up 'nd open your mouth."
"What's that?" T. Paer asked appre
hensively. -I'm done with castor oil."
"This ain't It," Ma assured him. "It's
what the doctor sent."
"Worse Tid more of It" T. Paer ex
claimed helplessly. "Take it away I'm
sick to my stummick now.
This'll settle it," Mt said cheerfully
"It'll maka you forget you ever heard
oi castor oil."
"I dont doubt it." T. Paer shivered.
"If Doc. Seymour'd tell you to give me
rat poison you'd do it.
"I sure would, if he prescribed it.1
Ma admitted. "He knows what's good
"I sure know whAl'd be rnrut fnr him 1
T. Paer said ominouslv. "Som davld
mv tlmell mme " I The man. thought to be a fugitive from
"Keep a talking." Ma encouraged him Justice, had been In the upper Butter
as she ladled out the mixture. "It'll heln creeic district ror more man a montn.
you to swaller the dose " I wandering about and considered a "wild
"Shoot Gridley." T. Paer directed dee- man- He was poorly dressed and his feet
oeratelv. "I ru ta tust aa well t were wrapped In grain sacks. He raided
It over with," I sheep camp of Joe M. Hayes, taking
"rnere, now." Ma said soothingly. I uu a gun, nuu pwwe was
tlKkinr the blankets under bin -hin Organized to capture him.
with a deft and maternal band. "That'll -nanes aacuewi, a rancner, ana J. v
f ix vou ood 'nd nlntv - T Parr larM 1 VV luttington. a ranch hand, captured him
up at her with Impotent wrath In his 'uniaj out uo escapee. ncuunpDeu
Other fraternal orders are asked by
the Pythlans to pass similar resolutions.
KillsM' Man in
Heppner, Jan. 31. Efforts to Identify a
I man killed Sunday while attempting to
alioot Archie McCampbeU, member of
posse and government trapper, have
failed. An inquest is to be held Wednes-
IS DEFEATED OH
Joined them and they came upon the
man, who drew his gun and aimed at
McCampbell. The latter fired first and
the man fell dead. .
"Hey." he called weakly after a while.
I m sweattn' to death."
"Klne." Ma answered enthusiastically.
"Keep right on a sweating. That's what
But I got all I ner-d," T. Paer argued
"I KOt a eye full 'nd I'm stuck to the
tveep tnem arms unaer,' Micom
manaea. u you a sweat once In a
while when you was well you wouldn't
have to take medicine for It"
"Gimme air," T. Paer ululated, "nd
water nd take them blamed blankets
effn me before I melt"
"Put thla under your tongue 'nd shut
np a min It" Ma directed, slipping a
uirrmomeier into nis moutn. "L.ets see EX-MARINE IS HOME
w'.:1 L. .r . w wm cfT!: Oregon City. Jan, II. Corporal Percy
t bet they're sweat to death." T. I Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wfl-
.Vt!r.ml?m "Nothi' uld "tand Bon of Gladstone, has returnedVafter six
lisisi uiv uiuu lunvo m wii lo ma. ate
J. E. DrTK i TO SPEAK
Oregon Agricultural College. Corval-
lis. Jan. 31. J. E. Dunn of Portland will
address the O. A. ; C. Dairy club thla
evening. Dunn is : president and man
ager of the Hazelwood Ice Cream com
pany of Portland, president of the Ore
gon uairy council, i president! ana man
ager of the Everfresh Milk company
and former president of the Pacific
Northwest Ice Cream Manufacturers' as
"I told you." Ma announced triumph
antiy. "iou re back to normal."
"Am I?" T. Paer asked sarcastically.
"Well, by gosh, If this is normalcy I'll
never vote the Republican ticket again.
so neip me Moses."
years service in the United States ma
rines. He was in the marines at the time
the war broke out and renllsted. He
was discharged in San Diego, Cat He
has secured a position in Portland.
FEA5K DOTT IXJCRED
Oregon City, Jan. SI. Frank Doty, 21-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doty
of this city, while . riding on an Oregon
City Sand & Gravel company truck pass
ing under the railroad trestle at Twelfth
street, suffered cuts about the head and
face and was unconscious for several
hours when his head struck the trestle.
Washington. Jan. it t N. & Ad
ministration lines In the senate were
finally broken this afternoon when 1J
Republicans Joined with 2C Democrats
in forcing the adoption of aa amendment
which materially altered the form of the
til. 000,000, 000 foreign debt refunding
mil aa approved by Secretary of the
The amendment, which was adopted
by a vote of JJ to 15. eliminated a pro
vision which opponents of the bill charge
would have given the funding commis
sion created by the act authority to ad'
Just all claims which this country has
against Germany and other countries
in addition to the $11,000,000,000 debt
POETI03T CUT OVT
The portion of the bill which was
struck out provided that the commission
could "adjust -and - settle any and all
claims, not now represented by bonds
or- obligations, which the United States
now has or hereafter may have against
any foreign government and to accept
The contention that too much author
ity was given to the funding commission
under this provision was raised on the
Democratic side and led to the revolt
by 13 Republicans. The Republicans who
vottd for the amendment were:
llorah, Idaho ; Brandegee, Connecticut
Cummins, Iowa ; Johnson, California
Jones, Wisconsin ; La Follette, Wiscon
sin; Lenroot Wisconsin; McNary. Ore
gon; Norria. Nebraska; Poindexter,
Washington; Sterling, South Dakota
Townsend, Michigan, and Willis, unto.
SCORE ANOTHER VICTORY
Another victory was scored by the
bill's cODOnents when an amendment
offered by Senator Walsh (D., Mass.)
providing that when the proposed com
mission shall conclude any agreements
for the refunding or conversion of the
foreign debt such agreements Bhall be
submitted immediately to the senate, was
adopted by a viva voce vote.
The authority of the proposed commis
sion over any bonds or other obligations
Into which any part of the foreign debt
may be refunded or converted would
cease as eoon as the refunding or conver
sion is accomplished, by an amendment
also adODted without a record vote. The
amendment was offered by Senator Mc
Cumber, Republican, North Dakota,
chairman of the senate finance commit
Lee. In charge of the biU.
Another 'amendment offered by Sen
ator Reed, Democrat of Missouri, strik
ing from the bill all reference to future
obligations, was defeated by a vote or z
Prtokly lorky la Entirely Satisfied
By Tborstea W. Rtnren
ft vnt wul mot thaa what ya awd?
That to bm mrm Barb taU fiL
rtrkl rwkj. j
1IIICKLT PORKT was very well sat
isfied with things as they were. With
the melting of the Ice on the trees he
rould and should have gone bark to the
.reen Forent where he helonred. and
LTIC I" whal Farmer Brown's Boy ex-
I tln mnuM H r tint PrlWtw inrV
was oy ajMHher mln.i. In the first placs
' w?s a long walltrback to the Green
Ft'llsl At least Itras long for Prickley
Hrky. You must know he is a slow
traveler and not all found of moving
ho nt much.
Then, too, he liked that mug place
tinder the barn. It was dry and quite
warn) as he rared to have It Rough
Brother North Wind could not get at
Mm there. No storm could make him
nnoomfortable. lie oonld sleep thnre as
long as he pleaed and when he pleased.
It was only a little way to the Old Or
chard and there was all the food a hun
gry Porcupine could ask for. Prickley
tarky wasn't thinking of the hemlock
branches) with which Farmer Brown's
r.cjr had kept him supplied all the time
th tree were locked In ice, but of the
apple trees of the Old Orchard. Us bad
tasted the bark and found it good.
"I ll stay right here." muttered Prickly
Porky to himself when. Vate In the after
noon, he came from under the barn and
discovered that while he had slept that
day all the Ice bad melted from the trees.
"I know enough to know when I am well
eff and I am quite satisfied 1 have
roty to eat and a comfortable place to
sleepy and that Is enough for anybody
New that the Ice is gone I think I will
try the bark of one of these trees for a
So he ah of fled over to the nearest
apple tree and slowly climbed It until
he wag wall up In the top where the
. branches were young and the bark and
twigs tender. There he made himself
comfortable and started In to fill hls
toroach. Yea, Indeed, Prickly Torky
was very well satisfied
y "rarmer Drown ooy, on ms way irora
tne tarn to we nouse. looaea over to me
PORTLAJTD YOUTHS HELD
Oregon City, Jan, 30. Held under $250
bond for appearance at trial Thursday,
W. N. Wisherd and Eddie Garrison of
Portland pleaded not guilty to charges of
working a short changing game. Port
land offic:ais are Investigating their rec
ords in Portland. !
So be sliuflU'il over to the nearest
apple tree and slowly dim bed It,
place for several days he had put food
tor Prickly Forky. He was not there.
I wonder if he Is still under the' barn
or if he has gone back to the Green
Forest" thought Farmer Brown's Boy,
"If he hasn't gone he probably will to
night when he finds that the ice has
melted. He's a queer fellow with all
those little spears, but he minds his own
business and if no one bothers him he
bothers no one. Of course, he does ruin
a few trees over In the Green Forest but
I don't know that it is any worse to kill
them by eating all the bark from them
titan it Is to do It by cutting them down
Dad and I cuf them down to burn so as
to keep warm. I guess he has as much
right to a few trees as we have. So,
altogether, be Is a harmless, stupid old
fellow, and I for one am glad to have
him around, because he is so queer and
Had Farmer Brown's Boy looked np
in the apple tree he might not have been
so sure that Prickly Porky was a harm
less old fellow, for Prickly Forky was
hard at work doing there Just what he
had so often done in the Green Forest
But Farmer Brown's Boy didn't look up
and Prickly Porky ate tender twigs and
stripped off bark and was very well sat
(Oorrnc&t. 122. br T. W. Burets)
CLARENCE MILLER ARRESTED
Oregon City. Jan. II. Clarence Mil
ler of Mllwaukie Is in the county Jail
awaiting trial on charges of stealing a
condensery coll from the cannery at
Carver. He was arrested In Molwaukie
ME5U COURSE FLASHED
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lis, Jan. SI. A special course In Insti
tutional management conducted by Miss
Nola Treat in charge of Institutional
management at the University of Min
nesota, will be given at the summer ses
sion this year. The course will deal
with menu making and buying of equipment
Have Old Colonial
Sets Badly, Beaten
Had George Washington lived today
and in Portland the expression which
posterity has learned to associate with
the month of the Father of His Country
might have been . radically different
History says that a set of falsa teeth
gave the mouth the alight protuberance
noted in the usual pictures of Washing
Once upon a time, said Dr. Fred El
On lick, before the Rotary club at the
Benson, Tuesday, false teeth were fitted
so Inefficiently that a person's whole ex
pression might be altered. Modern
dentistry takes measurements reduced to
millimeters not only of the Jaws but of
the contour of the face, profile and front
view. It never provides a tail, slim
patient with a short, fat tooth. It re
produces, almost with exact effect and
operation of nature, the natural teeth of
Harry P. Dueber. local manager of
Foster it Kleiser. explained how
Rotarians and bill posters cooperated in
the poster campaign In behalf of a bet
ter spirit in business which is now being
conducted throughout the united States
and Canada. E. O. Dueker, manager of
Dennos Food company, told of the rela
tion of food to babies and to infant
mortality. Andrew Patterson, manager
oi tne Aiaaain company, described the
ready cut house business. Walter I
WLiting, assistant secretary of the club.
was greeted with cheers attesting his
popularity when he arose to act as chair
man of the day.
Law Is Asked From
Congress by Kiwanis
Resolutions calling on congress for the
adoption of more stringent regulations
governing immigration to the United
States were adopted by the Kiwanis club
at a meeting held at the Multnomah
hotel at noon today, following an ad
dress by V. M. Tomllnson, examiner in
charge of the United States naturaliza
tion service in Portland. Copies of the
resolutions were sent to the American
Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and
other patriotic societies and to the Ore
gon delegation at Washington.
During the 10 years preceding the
World war an average of 1,250,000 immi
grants entered the United (States each
year, coming principally from countries
of Southwestern Europe, Tomllnson
stated, and the material absorbed by
the country during the decade had In
a .large measure proved a liability
rather than an asset He read excerpts
from an American Red Cross publica
tion which upheld the Norwegians in the
use of their native tongue In America,
and quoted from resolutions passed at
a meeting of German-American societies
at New York to show the danger of
allowing anti-American propaganda
PAPER WORKER BETTER
Oregon City, Jan. 31. Recovery of
Herman Zirbel of West Linn, employe of
the Crown-Willamette Paper company,
injured Monday, is expected, according
to reports from the hospital, where
X-Ry examinations will be taken. Zir
bel was hurt when a pile of paper, be
neath which he was working while load
ing a boat at the company dock, fell on
him. No bones were broken.
Firemen Have to Cut
Way Through Snow
Baltimore, Md.. Jan. SL (L N. S.)
Firemen early today were compelled to
shovel the way for their apparatus
through snowbanks to reach a fire that
destroyed the car repair ahop of the
Bethlehem Steel corporation at Spar
rows Point The fire started from an
overheated stove and caused an esti
mated damage of $50,000.
HERS OWR WRY c?
Bij VIRGIMia TERHUKE
V AM U WATER
. (Cafvricht, 1S31. brBter Ooaeaarl -
' ... CHAPTER ;it , , ' '
TTELEN GORMAN was glad that the
XJ. cocktail tasted good. Moreover, it
was a beautiful color.
"What a heavenly pink ! she . ex
claimed, as the glass was pat In front
of her. -What la in Itt"
"Sloe gin, X guess." Elisabeth an
"Why do they call" it alow?" Helen
questioned. "Is ft less fast in its action
than other gin Is?"
Her companions laughed merruy at
"X declare yon are the most delicious
bit of unsophlstlcatlon I hare met In
many a long day P Wlllard exclaimed.
"I did not know that in this twentieth
century there were any more girls like
Elisabeth frowned at him. "Let her
alone do I" she reproved, noting Helen's
mounting color. "Sloe gin, my dear. Is
a particular kind of gin, and is spelled
with an V at the end instead of a w.
"What a fool I made of myself f
Helen apologised. "You will all think
me as green as grass."
"Nor we won't" Andrews contradicted.
"We will only thmk that It Is refreshing
to have tn our midst someone who is not
a bit blase. Nov ror our cocxtaiu i
llftlng his glass to bis lips. "Here's to
"I Uke Itr Helen declared after her
"Take a bit of bread with It and yon
will net feel the effects so much.
Thomas Andrews advised In a low voice
under cover of a conversation between
Elizabeth and Luther Wlllard.
Helen glanced at Elisabeth. "She Is
not taking bread with hers," she said.
"No, but she is used to liquor, while
you are not." Andrews repoined.
"X mean to ret need to It" Helea de
clared. - . . v .
The suggestions aa to her Inexperience
irritated her. She would show these !
people that she was not a silly Ingenue.
.So she sipped her ruby-colored bev
erage and made aa occasional reply te
some of WUlard'a wen sense.
She noticed again that Elisabeth
watched her apprehensively. . This made
her nervous, ' It was a long time stnee
luncheon and her stomach had -. been
empty when aha put the cocktail Into It
Her cheeks began to burn. She had aa
uncertain sen r ties. if she were ha a
dream. .- - " . -- .
She told herself that this was the re
sult of the stimulant. If a Clover Club
cocktail produced this effect what
would the more potent "dry Martini"
havs donet She was grateful that An
drews had ordered a Clover Club tor tier
and had taken on himself-
Therefor ah am lied at " him more
kindly thaa she had done before.
"Ar yoa aU right. NaUT" Btsabeth
"Perfectly aU right." w-a the reply.
"Why should I not be r
"Becaus sometime the first mixed
drink does queer things to anyone un
used to liquor." Elisabeth explained.
Helen congratulated herself that even
her friend did not percelv how hazy
her Ideas were. She was wis enough to
say little for the next taw minutes.
then, when the dinner earn on and
she began to oat her brain suddenly
cleared, and a sens of well-being and
satisfaction took possession of her. t
But when WUlard suggested ordering
a bottle of win ah shook her head.
"You have all been careful to re
mind me that I am very green and un
sophisticated." ah said. "And E3isa
beth has warned m that I ut be
careful not t forpet say rural weakneaa.
Bo I think I will iop this evening w.ta
on cock tilt"
"Neverthetaas X want eeme sparkling
Burgundy don't your WUUrd asked
Oh, m take eayfhlr.gr" the nare
said gayty. "When I am wot aursteg
I may do as I plea." . .
"As X am' not a nurse, I may do as X
pleas always, X suppose?" Helen ves
tured, ' "Tee but you'd better r sWw at
firV . her friend cUond. Tour
wis to 1st win alone thla evening."
But when the waiter brought the Bur.
gundy and filled her class before eh .
could check bias Helea Oormu tasted It
-uat to show that ah was not afraid
to do so.
She mad a llttl grimace. "X d not
like It" eh said. ' "V -
Sh was glad to have thla excu for
declining the win. Sh - feared that
were h to take K ah might do and
say fooUah things.
" The men smoked all through dinner.
Elisabeth declined cigarette after the
soup tout s
"Not yet." h said. "Walt anta X
get my coffee." "
Although Elisabeth smoked In her
apartment Hclaa did not rappoa that
ah would do so in public. So. she
smiled at what sh considered her
friend's k - ,
Therefor it was with aat en let meet
that ehe-oaw Elisabeth light a cigarette
wbea th coffee appeared.-
WUlard noticed Helen's xpreasioa of
"Hav on wont you?" he suggested,
pushing his dgamt eas ' serosa th
tabl to her. -:.
(To B Continued Tomorrow.)
French to Publish
Article on Alaska
From Louis Duval of Bordeaux,
France, ha come to John D. Guthrie of
the United States forest service request
for a copy of his article on "The Alaska
Glacier Highway," which ran In the
American Forestry magazine and was
reprinted in the Literary Digest Duval
Intends to have the article translated
in French and sent out to French pub
lications. The article has been productive of
many applications for forest service Jobs
among residents of the eastern part of
thla country, according to Guthrie,
From Indiana. Illinois and Michigan
have come inquiries from persons who
want to "come West and live in the for
ests." The article was written after a trip
made through Alaska in the summer of
1920 by Guthrie.
Lightning Burns Out
Marsh field. Jan. It The steamer Ad
miral Rodman, arriving from the south
today, traveled from Eureka without
wireless, aa the vessel was struck by
lightning, which burned out the wire
less apparatus. George wunaeriicn
Six Deaths From
Boise, Idaho. Jan. XL Dr. F. W. Al
mond of the state department of public
welfare, .left today for Cambridge to
make an Investigation of th poisoning
case, in which the six members of th
Turtle family met death from eating
canned greens. Russel Tuttle, seventh
member of the family taken III. is re
ported out of danger. His sickness is
considered due to mental reaction.
SIX BURIED IX OHE GRATE
Nam pa, Idaho. Jan. SL Th llttl
town of Cambridge suspended business
Saturday for th funeral of th six mem
bers of the Charles Tuttle family, whose
deaths from eating canned greens fol
lowed a birthday dinner. Th father,
two daughters and three son were th
victims. Th bodies were placed aid fey
aid In one crave.
Alleged Member of
McCleary Holdup ,
Gang Caught Here
Montesano, Wash, , Jan. XL Frank
Martin, wanted by Grays Harbor county
authorities for alleged panic! pa Uoa la
th sensational bold-op at McCteary last
month, when six men backed th patrons
of a pool hall against th wan and -robbed
them of StOu, bag been arrested
la Portland, according to word received
her. McCleary ciUzvns hav identified
Manin by moans of photorrarha as a
man who appeared ta McCUery aev- :
era! days preceding th robbery and as
on of th hold-up men. iShertff Gib
son left Monday Bight for Portland to
get Martin. . J .'
Martin was arrevted oa, a charge of
drunkenness by Inspector Moloney, wno.
recognised him on the street from photo
graphs sent out by th Washisgteo as-'
thortUes. lis Is ta th city jail.
LIFE TERMER CITES BLOOD
'Nam pa, Idaho. Jan. 11. C. M. Ander
son, life termer at th Idaho peniten
tiary In Boise, gave np a pint of blood
Friday to save th life of W. H. Nltch
of Salt Lake. Anderson volunteered.
BABT F0U1TD AT BOOR
.Nam pa. Idaho, Jan, SL D. B. Eagle.
employe of the tela phone company ta
Payette, found a new-born baby on his
doorstetp, wrapped In aa oortng flannel
dress and old coata. Three hour earlier
he had heard a noise, but had not In
Seeks Olcott View
On Tax Free Paper
Washington. Jan. tL-TWASnXNO-TON
BUREAU OF THE JOURNAL.)
Chairman alcFaddaa of th .boos cons
milt oa banking and currency 1 wir
ing Governor Cdcott and other govcrawa
to ascertain thatr views -with rr terroc to
th proposed constitutional siasnrtmsiit
to prohibit further lass of tax-Cro s-curtUeo.
BRINGING UP FATHER
ice, experience and
skill' in filling pre
scriptions, and "De
The next story :
"Prickly Porky Loses
Idea of Free Entry
Of Japanese in TI. S.
m Scored by Pythians
The suggestion said to have been made
at a dinner given recently by the Port
land Chamber of Commerce In honor of
a distinguished Japanese visitor, that
the way to settle the differences between
Japan and America ta to allow Japanese
free entry Into the United States, is
heartily condemned in a resolution
, 5ooimk ajvd Healirtq
loss of hair and
promote a Healthy
scalp.begjin the Resinol
OUchAmd IT. a Fatmt OTflaal By George McManus
Af I ?v:vaxeop-i 1 If If now how Li 2 2 .' WA colly-t sood- " : ' "
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