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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Toesday Morning. April 14, 1931
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I PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY, MAY ENTER CONVENT
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CHICAGO'S NEW MAYOR
War Being .Waged on
Squirrels ;and Gophers -'
DALLAS, April 13 The coun
ty court appointed a" representa
tive In nearly every school dis
trict of the county last week to
act as committeemen -in checking
on squirrel .'poisoning: and see
that every one Is doing their part
to get rid o these Todents. . ; ,
Those appointed were: Fred
Aebt, Airlie; A. J. Shipley, Antl
och; Carr Gregg, Ballston; 1 D.
Waring:, George Shields; Bethel;
W. F. Lee, Bridgeport; F. C Ew
ing, Brush College; T.' E. Blair,
Buell; Perry Wells, Buena Vista;
Claud Boothby," Cochrane; Loren
Wilson, Dallas; -Met Hubbard,
Elklne; . Lowman Conner, Enter
prise; "Leo . Spltxbart. Ernest
Brunk, : Eolar William' Cook, Su
rer; William Shepherd, Gold
Creek; W. E. Huntley, Goose
neck; Alfred Miller; , Grand
Ronde; G. G. Hewitt, F.'E. Pence,
Greenwood; S. W. Tllgner, Guth
rie; Dare Paine, Harmony; H. IL
Brandt. Highland; H. Mattlson,
Independence; L. II. McBee, Lib
erty; E. E. .Buckles, Lincoln;
Glen Stevenson,. McCoy; '. L. L
Bursell. Mistletoe; ' W. J. Stock
holm, Monmouth; -Larkin Grlce,
Mountain View; George Van San
ten, NortH Dallas; Seth White,
Oak Grove; C. H. Farrer, Oak
dale; G. A. Peterson, Oak' Point;
A. M. Ediger, Orchard View;
Henry Dickinson, ' Parker; ' Carl
Skelton, Pedee; C. I. Gilson, Per
rydale; Roy Black, Pioneer;
Isaac Dyck, Polk station; ' Herman
Endres, Red Prairie; William
Rowell, Rlckreall; Otto Skersles,
Salt Creek; Joe- Hiebenthal,
Smithfield; Donald Crawford,
Spring Valley; E. G. , Harris, Su
rer; Charles Muller, Upper Salt
Creek; T.' J. Werth, Valley Junc
tion; Harry Kester, '.Valley "View;
Fred Gillespie. Willamlna, Sam
A they, JYampo, Wayne Henry,
Best Methods Shown
Four demonstrations will be
held next week In various parts
of the county, - showing how to
prepare the halt and how to place
It effectively for killing this dam
aging rodent. .
The first demonstration will
be held at the Ben McKlnney
farm, Thursday morning, April
IS, commencing at 9:30 o'clock.
The farm Is located between the
Lincoln store and Spring Taller
schoolhouse. The afternoon meet
ing will begin at 1:30 at the A. O.
Brown frm which Is about mid
way from Brunk's corner to the
Oak Point schoolhouse.
The Friday morning meeting
will be on the George Shields
farm north of the Bethel school
house, and the afternoon meet
ing on the H, -R. Eckert farm in
the Salt Creek community. Hours
the same as the previous day. ...
Poisoning is recommended for
pocket- gophers, using fresh clo
ver or alfalfa.' H. JJ.. Spear of the
U. S.- Biological service will as
sist with the demonstration.
Gophers are said to be serious
this year,' due to the open win
ter. The high water killed off
some, but farms that were not
flooded ' atill hare them to con
MONMOUTH. ' April . "13 The
Baptist church choir. went out to
the Falrview church, six miles
southwest of Monmouth, Sunday
evening," and reproduced their
Easter cantata "Life Eternal,"
for the pleasure of the rural con
gregation. .-.T,, ;
A group from ta::Melhodist
church of Independence repeated
their Easter program at the Mon
mouth Evangelical church early
Sunday evening; and 'the Evan
gelical church choir then accom
panied their visitors to Indepen
dence and reproduced their Eas
ter cantata "The Thorn ; Crown
ed King," for the Methodist
church congregation. i
of Anal Statement ef tta
CBtioBtal Caraahy Company t Ei
aiaaC, la taa State of Iadiana. en taa
thirty-first day ( De . 1930. !
to tha Iaaoraaea . Comaisaioncr of tha
Stata of Oregaa, panvaat to law: -
- capital - '
..A"""" af capital stock pai4 p, $S.-
cqo,ooe.oo. . .
- Nat prrmioaia raceWad carinr the Tear.
I from nthmr aoareca raeaiTc4
4anac t yaar, $0,838 05.
Total iaoma. $17,15.79.14.
Xt loaaaa paU dariac tiio year fnclad-
Dmdaads paid aa capiul stock dariaf
Ua ysat, $360,000.00.
. Cosaaiiaaioaa aad nlarias paU 4 aria K
Tax..' iaaa aad fa . paid dariac
a A"t of all otaar axpaadUorcs, fi,
Total azpeaditaroa.' $l.?01.tlSJI. -
ajao ' of ' roal osUta owaad taarkat
Valno of starts and bonis owaad (aiar-
am tbiooi. ia.aas,c9.ou.
.,I,'.I,,.n-rortt,r "tarl, ct4
Cask ia aak aad oa taad. 989.03t.-
Proatiaaia ia eoars of eolloetloa writ-
Iatorost aad ranta dao' aad aecraad.
Total admitted spmii, 21.601.s8.e2.
Jjjt eUUaa for losses aapaid, 15.844,
AaioBnt of aaearaad pramiaaat oa all
ODtstaadiaf risks, $8,022,509.89.
ittM,w eommistion aad brokers rs.
Volaatai-v vmawa sti c
Alt other LisbiUttas. $677,174.41.
BDSINKSS Itt OMGOS '
PAR TU i D -
ar!,?7,mll',, we,r eariag tie yaar.
atT I,emrrei ari$ tha yaar. $8$,
Nasso of Coaipaay, ContlnoaUl Caraal-
1 TMipiRf. -
Kama of Prcsideat. H. A. Eehrsna.
Statatory resident 'attoraay for aarrleo.
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! - lIFE-
This community was shocked
and griered to learn of the un
timely passing, at 1:30 this morn
ing of George Steward of Edge
; Mr. Stewart, who had been ia
failing health for some - time
failed to rally from an emergency
operation for appendicitis at a
Salem hospital. Mr. - Steward Is
survived hy his widow, Mrs.
Ethel Steward, to whom her many
friends in West Salem offer
heartfelt sympathy. All relatives
of both Mr. and Mrs. Steward
reside in Michigan. Funeral ser
vices will be held at the RIgdon
chapel Wednesday morning at
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clark,
tourists from Twin Falls, Ida..
formerly from Texas, encamped
Saturday 'evening in the Capital
tourist camp ground on Edge-
water street- In doing her evening
work, Mrs; Clark struck her arm
against the wall and a needle
left there by some former occu
pant entered her elhow joint be
ing so deeply embedded that the
physician was an hour and a ialt
extracting it. Though quite pain
ful the wound is doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis en
tertained at dinner Sunday the
following relatives: Mr. and Mrs.
E..W. Lisle and son, Ralph Rich
ard, of Spokane; Mr. and Mrs.
George A. i Rhoten. their daugh
ter, Elizabeth Merle, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Rhoten and sons, Rex
and Ray. all of Salem.
Mrs. Harry McDowell was a
Monday dinner guest of Mrs. Car
rie Fisher ef South Commercial
street. In Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hess were
visitors Sunday at the Hugh Mc-
Poland home in Newburg.
Young David Crabtree ofSil-
rerton. spent Saturday with Dar-
id and Jack Baker, sons of M.
and Mrs. Waldo Baker.
Mrs. W. H. Williams of Airlie
spent Saturday in West Salem as
the guest of Miss Lottie McAdams
and her brother, -. William Mc
Adams. The trio are old friends
as the McAdams' formerly lived
Miss Myrtle Griffin, who has
been visiting for the last three
weeks at the home of her mother.
Mrs. Nannie Griffin, left yester
day for St. Helens, where she will
risit awhile before going on to
Bend, where she makes her home
with her sister. Mrs. C. H. -Chal-fontv
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Synopsis of tha Annas! Statement of
tha Farmers' Fire Relief Association af
Batterille, Orerea of Ionsld, in tha Stata
of Oreroa. oa tha thirty-first day of De
cember, 1980, mado to tha iBsnrsnea Com
aiistioner of tha State of Oracoa. pur
anaat to law:- -
..i CArrTAij -Aaioaat
af capital stock paid ap, Xoae.
laeama - . -
Ket prataloBai rciTed ' Jarlnr the year.
$24,687.87. . . ;
Assessments aad Erpenso roaa. . $o,
Interest.' dtridenda so rents receiTad
doriac tha rear. SI. 768.97. - -
Xaeena from other aooreet rtcaired
darinr tha year, $490.88. . .
1,HU uranf, H,"l.a,.
- DISBURSEMENTS '
- - Ket locsea paid darinr the year inelnd
iac adJastment azoeased. 857.852.01.
-DlTideade paid Oa capital stock dariaf
taa year. Hona.
Commitafama aad ' aalariea paid dnrias
We yaar, is,it)2.z.
Tares, lirentea aad feet paid dnriar the
Amoaat ot all other zpaadttarts, $!,
S18.S4. . I
Bataaeea ia conrsa of couaetica. to,'
Total expenditares. 982,946.88.
- s . ASSETS
Talao ot real estate earned (market
ya1na. $4,108.72. -
Value of stftcka and bonds owaed (mar-
ket yarne). SS.ooo.oe.
Leaaa oa mortrares and collateral, etc
- Cash la banks and oa haad. f40.50S.81.
. Rasiiai la eoaraa or ee 1 1 ectiea writ
ten since Sevtember SO. IB SO. .
Interest aad , roots doc aad arc road.
$810.23. i p ,
Total admitted aett, 85I.41T.78.
Gross elatms for lossea aanaid. -$147.50,
Amoant of aaoaraed prominma oa.aQ
oatstaaaiaf nsss, .ona. .
' Duo for Mmmissioa aad arokarasa.
ft one. . ,i
All other liabilities. Wooa. - v
- Total lisbiiities. exclusira of capital
BUSIKTS3 I! OTtFOOX .
FOR THE EAK
- Ket prelum a aad aseeasueats reeairsd
carat the year. 70.850.41. - -
-Lossea paid dariac the year. $5T,819.
Losses laearred dariac the year, $87.
805.97. Kama of Oompaajf. Farasera rhw Bo-
hot jLssaeianea or BetteriHe, Oreroa. '
KamoVf Prekldaat, v P. FalleT.
Kama at Secretary, Fred M. Gwrls.
Htt?.,rT redcai attoraay for aerrice.
Fred hf. Oearia.
h gaiety-ef the world is ! to Dorothy t life for the oclaios of the cearemt. MUe Kaape
Knapp, tyUd Mtho mot boautiful girl ia the world." I made hor first bid for fan as a boaaty contest wia
A profouioaal boauty of iatoraatioaal promiaoaco I nor, which was followed by a place m the Follies
(ho ban daeidod to forsaka tbo vlamor of tboatrieal ! Km
West Salem News
SHE- PIANS ,IO FORSAKE- '
Mrs. Virgil Williams and "Mrs.
Kenneth Vincent, both of Wood
burn, spent Monday at the. A. J.
Perkins home. Both ladies are
sisters-in-law of Mrs. Perkins.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Perkins were Mr. and Mrs. G.
Evanson and family of Portland.
Mrs. Rose Kendall Burleigh has
returned from a risit of sereral
days with Mrs. Frank Wilson at
her home on Garden road.
A recent guest of Mrs. Dora
Cross and ' her brother, George
Chapman, was their niece, Mrs.
Vera Kellogg of Sunnyside.
Dr. E. S. Hammond of Kim
ball school of theology delirered
the morning message at -Ford
Memorial church. The . pastor,
Rer. M. A. Grores, preached in
the evening on "The Mind of
Christ on Prayer. The hour for
evening service has been changed
from 7:30 to 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burke drove
to Corrallis Sunday, where they
were guests at a dinner honor
ing the birthday of their hostess,
Mrs. L. Keezle. ' ' j
Miss Ella Beth Wetherby whose
home Is near Hopewell was a
week end guest of Miss Loraine
Thompson. The Weatherby family
formerly lired in the W. P. Lewis
house at the west end ot the inter-county
Mrs. H. K. McDowell with her
sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and
Mr3. Luther Stout and family of
Salem, drove to Junction City
Sunday where they visited Mrs.
McDowell's and Mrs. Stout's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Porter.
A mid-day dinner complimented
the birthday anniversaries of Mrs.
E. C. Goodlin. a daughter of the
Porters and of Miss Maxine Stout.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bresh-
ears sof Independence, with their
house guest. Mrs. Sadie Appie-
gate of California, were Sunday
visitors at the Marlon Moore
home on Edge water street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Looney left
Monday morning on : a business
trip which will Include Tlsits to
Portland, McMinnrillo and En-gene.-
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Need ham
hare moved to Portland where
Needham will be a student in a
school teaching commercial Illus
The L. T.' Wallace family have
been having a -siege of flu. Mrs
Wallace is now seriously 111 with
a nurse in charge.
Miss Margaret BInshadler ; of
Lebanon was a week end guest of
Miss Bernlee Sloper.
. AURORA. April 13 At the ex
ercises given in the auditorium
ot the Aurora - grammar . - school
Friday afternoon,' the pupils , ef
the seventh and eighth grades en
tertained the teachers as well as
the other pupils by dramatising
"A Day at School", as they saw
It, -.- -: : - - ..
- Glenn Crlsell took the part of
XL F. Morrison, principal of the
school; Doris Gllbertson -por
trayed the part of the petite Lieu
Rhoner. teacher of the fifth and
sixth grades. Ernestine Flannery
acted the role of Mrs. Gibbons,
who has charge of the third and
fourth grades, and Martha Fran
ees Bradtl took the part ot Mrs.
Theoda Tyler, who i teaches the
. Other members of the two up
per grades were chosen as pupils
and their Interpretation, was de
cidedly humorous. The play was
an original and clever produc
tion of the grades producing It.
JEFFERSON, Aprfl 13. Bud
Hampton of Jefferson received
$28.30 In payment for gopher and
other rodent scalps from the coun
ty elerk last week.: The list f
scalps Included those of 283 go
phers, two moles and two grey-
disrers. - ' ;
Hampton Is one of many who
took advantage of catching the
rodents during the high, water,
when they floated - from "their
Lholeav - - . . -
One Killed, two Injured in
Auto Wreck at Sil
verton SILVERTON, April 13 Fun
eral services were held for Price
Coleman who was killed Sunday
morning in an automobile acci
dent, Monday afternoon from the
Jack and Ekman chapel. Dr. W. S.
Gordon delivered the sermon,
Mrs. G. B. Bentson sang, and
Mrs. Edson Comstock played
Coleman, riamr wita Anay
Joerg, well-known fighter, and
Nels Helgerson In a Ppntiac
coupe was fatally injured when
the car skidded on the wet pave
ment at the Oil er Up service sta
tion corner and crashed into an
electric light post. Don Marshall
was first to reach the scene and
assisted Coleman into a car. He
was rushed to the Silverton hos
pital where he died within a half
Coleman Is survived by his
mother, Mrs. Betty Coleman who
lives in the Noble district east ot
Silverton, ahd three sisters, Mrs.
Clyde Ramsby, Mrs. Alfred Ol
son, and Mrs. Billie Brown, the
latter living near Marquam.
Nels - Helgerson, . 22, had his
upper jaw broken, some ribs bro
ken and suffered a number ot
cuts and bruises. He is at the lo
cal hospital. He was resting well
Monday morning, but unable to
leave the hospital as yet. - .
Joerg, who was driving, es
caped with a few scratches and
The accident occurred around
7:30 in the morning and all day
long throngs gathered at the Oil
'Ed Up station outside of which
the wrecked, ear had been left.
The top and the right side of the
car was completely smashed In
and the wheels were broken off.
AURORA, April ft At the
play and carnival given by the
Hubbard Woman's club Friday
night it was clearly demonstrated
what a wonderful asset good mu
sic is to any. community, and
Hubbard is to be ronrat''-,.
upon having the various musical
organizations und" "v
leadership ot Dr. de Lesplnasse.
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rhe dafly press tells of increasing numbers of cases of
sore throat. A sore throat is a menace to the person
who has it, and to those around hirn. Dont neglect
the condition. Check the soreness and the infection
with Bayer Aspirin ! Crush three tablets in H tumbler
ful of water and gargle well. You can feel the im
mediate relief. The soreness will be relieved at once.
The infection will be reduced. Take Bayer tablets for
your cold ; and for relieving the aches and pains common
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to colds. Jjayer Aspirin nnngs cimar. comtort . in
neuralgia, neuritis, rheumatism, etc. Get the genuine
with the Bayer cross on each tablet: . . :
MEET AT SILVERTOi J
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Elmer King Heads . Marion
County Convention :
: is Report k
SILVERTON. Abril 13 Elmer
King of Silver Lodge was elected
president of the Marion county
convention of L O. O. T, held
here - Saturday, afternoon . and
evening. . - i.. .
Other officers elected were L.
H.' Wright of ptayton,' secretary,
and Theodore Hooart-or BUTer
The meeting opened In. the aft
ernoon with O. H. Bougher, act
ing president Mr. Hobart gave
the address . of welcome which
was responded to by Mr. Wright
ot Stayton. Mr. Meldrum, presi
dent of the ' Clackamas county
convention was Introduced. .
' At six-thirty the Rebekahs
served dinner in a dining room
beautifully decorated In yellow.
A very large number was in
attendance at the evening . ses
sion at which time the officers
were installed. The evening's ses
sion opened with the audience
singing America. Devotion w.as
pronounced hy Dr. W. 8. Gordon
who -also ' gave' the - address - in
place of Mayor Lv C. Eastman.
who waa ill. The response was
given by C. T. Weeks of Salem.
Many Visitors Present
Grand Lodge officer's present
were next lnt educed. These were
E. T. Sharon, grand secretary ot
the Grand Lodge. Portland: E. J.
Pratt, MeMlnnvllle, grand pat
rark of the grand encampment of
Oregon; A. R. McLoughlin, Me
Mlnnvllle, grand marshall of the
grand encampment; Mr. Bough
er, grand chaplain of the grand
lodge, and Theodore Hobart, dep
uty grand master.
Mr. Pratt delivered the address
of the evening, speaking. on the
principals ot Odd Fellowship and
the duties and privileges ot the
Following the Installation of
th officers, appointments were
made as follows: warden, Robert
raman. Scotts Mills: conductor,
A. H. Rowe, Stayton; inside guar
dian, Mr. i Jones of Wood burn;
chaplain, C. P. Weeks of Salem;
outside guardian, D. C. Pomroy
A program concluded the even
ing: vocal duet by Mrs. J. Bently
and, Mrs. Robert Seaman; selec
tions by the Fred Baker orches
tra; piano solo. Gale Smith; vo
cal solo. Max Scrlber; piano solo,
Maxine Tate and Sophia Hughes;
violin solo, Beryl Ottaway; spe
cialty number, Methodist junior
choir; violin solo, Ralph Brandt;
piano solo, Olive Shurtz.
AURORA, April 13 Heralds
of health from the White school,
Butteville school, and Donald
school are joining with Aurora
for a program to be given May 1.
Plans have been completed to
have the program in the fore
noon, with a picnic lunch and
athletic i?ames in the afternoon.
Parents and patrons are plan
ning to attend their exercises.
Our county superintendent, Mrs.
Mary Fulkerson. will be present
and present the "Heralds of
Health" buttons and Miss John
son, the school nurse, will pre
sent the first aid classes with
Red Cross certificates.. President
Hoover ha$ set aside May 1 as
health day for the nation.
I t'itTtKu'fttH' )
Anton J. Cermak had to work hard in shirt sleeves so busy was he
at campaign headquarters answering the telephone calls of well wishers
and' congratulations after his landslide, victory over William Hale
Thompson in the Mayoralty campaign at Chicago. Cermak, who Is a
Democrat, defeated his Republican opponent by a majority ef 191.916.
JERSEY JUBILEE, PLAN
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Polk County Animals
DALLAS, April 13 Plans have
been completed for the four
teenth annual Polk county Jersey
ubllee. to be held June 4. This
year the tour will eover the north
end Of the county, wltn inspec
tion of herds beginning at the
Frank Lynn farm at Perrydale, 9
o'clock in the morning. In suc
cession the farms of W. IL' Mc
Kee and Sons, W. B. Allen, Oak
Grove; W. O.- Morrow and S. H.
An innovation this year will be
the auction sale of eight fine
Jersey bull calves each from one
of the several pure bred herds of
the county. - The sale will take
place Immediately following
luncheon which will be served at
the Roblson home by the Jersey
cattle club. It la hoped to make
this sale a feature of the annual
J. R. Beck, county agent will
7"M ' i O ' TO s O
Will Go to Honolulu
act as sales manager. Breeders
who will have one or more bulls
In the auction are W. H. McKee
and Sons, W. O.' Morrow, S. H.
Roblson. M. N. Tibbies, II. D. II
iff and L. A. Hulburt.
Mr. Hurlburt has just sold a
yearling bull and calf to the Ahu
imanu stock farm of Honolulu.
The purchase was made by Owen
A. Young, representative of the
firm, who has - secured other cat
tle for shipment to the Island. He
took several pounds of kale seed
back with him for experimental
TURNER, April IS. J. M.
Bones has recently added a valu
able . two-year-old bull ot the
Gray mere stock to head his herd
of 20 cows. ' The cows received
the tuberculin test last week and
pass all the requirements for a
first class herd.
SWEET and flavor : and chewyness
these are -the pleasures in
Calmer nerves hetter digestion
fresher mouth whiter teeth these
are the benefits in VniCLEVS.
No expense spared to make it the
best gum that conscientious men and
modern machines in daylight factories
It's good gumand good for you.
Inoxpbnslvo callsfylnc- o
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Question box Proves Inter
vesting Feature at
"BROOKS, April 13. A ques
tion box proved to be a very in
teresting .feature at the regular
meeting of tha Brooks Parent
Teacher association., which was
held in the Brooks school house
on Friday night. O. O. Epley
conducted ..the business meeting
after which the program com-,
mittee presented , the following
Song, by Lavonne Harris,
Mary Clark, Dorothy Nelson,
Genivere Chastaln, Ada Hntto,
Neva Ramp, Vivian Lavette, Bes
sie Banyard. Beulah Otto, O. O.
Lowery, . with piano accompani
ment by Miss Letta . Wallace;
recitation, Claude Chastain; reci
tation, Daisy Potts; recitation,
Genevieve Chastaln; song, .by
Gladys Epley, Dorothy Nelson,
Bessie Banyard, Ada Ilutto, Lois
Lavette and Daisy Potts, with
Miss Letta Wallace at the piano:
recitation, Bessie Banyard; read
ing, Ralph Chastaln; recitation,
Ada Ilutto; . recitation, Neva
Ramp; song, Dorothy , Nelson,
Gladys Epley, Daisy Potts, O. G.
Lowry, Freddie Lavette and
Neva Ramp, with- Miss Letta
Wallace playing the piano accom
paniment; recitation. Gladys Ep
ley; recitation, Martha Ilutto.
At the next regular meeting
the election of officers for the
coming ' year will be held. A
musical program will be present
ed also. ' This meeting will be
held the second Friday evening
In May. -
At the close of the meeting re
freshments were served to a!l
present by the refreshment com
mittee. niiOOPIKG COUGH
l. J No "enra" but helps to ro
. dues paroxysms of coughing.
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