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WOUK FOR WOHKKItS.
Are you ready to work, and do you want to
make money f Thenw.ite to B. r. Johnson &
Co. ot HicUmond, V., and Boe ll they cannot
help you. ' ;
A Maino man smokd a cigar won from a slot
muchlue and fell dead. Man-slot er.
A POTTER PRESS.
Size, 83x48 inside bearers; table distribu
tion; bed springs; will print nine-column
c . I j : , .. iA. i J : J .M
iuiiu ur BiA-uuiuuiii iuai tvi n npionuiu nil-
round press fur country office; for sale
oheap ; guaranteed in order. Address
' -, Palmrr Sc Kkt,
- Portland, Or.
Use Enamollne Btove Polish; no dust no smell.
Tar Oirmea for breakfast.
" I am Post Master here and keep
a store, inave Kepi August riower
for sale for some time. I think it is
a splendid medicine." E. A. Bond,
P. M., Pavilion Centre, N. Y.
The stomach is the reservoir.
If it fails, everything fails. The
liver, the kidneys, the lungs, the
heart, the head, the blood, the nerves
all go wrong. If you feel wrong,
look to the stomach first 'Put that
right at once by using August
Flower. It assures a good appetite
and a good digestion.
RB EVIDENCE That the blood is
wrong, and that nature is endeav
oring to throw off the impurities.
Nothing is so bentficial in assisting
nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. Sj
It is a simple vegetable compound. Is
harmless to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the surface and
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severs coco of blood poison
that unfitted me for business for four years. A
few bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. 5.) cured
lao. - .- J. C Jones, City Marshal,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. Swurr Specific Co, Atlanta, Ga.
TTCHIITO PTXE8 known by moisture
11 k. p inspiration, oause intense ltohtn.
when warm. This form and BLIND.
BIKDIKU or PBOTBUDIUa SUjiii
YIKLD AT ONCE TO
OR. B0-SAN-KO'S PILE REMEDY,
which acta directly on parts affected,
absorbs tumors, aUays ltohingv effecting
a permanent ours. Fries Boo. Druaaitt
ermaU. Dr. Botanko. Philadelphia. ?a
PERMANENTLY CURED OB
NO PAY. No PAY WTI1
cured. Wo refer to 6,0O
patients. No opebatin. Nf
DETENTION rKOM BUSINESS
,Wrlte or cull for circular and
bank reference. Examination trot
The 0. E. MILLER GO.
Incorporate Capital and Surplus, $1,"00 oon
Yl AIIATEIIK TREATKIOAL8
Everything In the above line. Costumes, Wig.
hoards, Properties, Opera and Play Books, etc.
furnished at greatly reduced rates and in SHpe
rlor q uallt v by the oldest, largest, best renowner
and therefore only reliaole Theatrical Supplj
House on the Pacific Coast. Correspondence so
licked. Goldstein t Co., 26, 28 and 80 O'Farrel)
street, also 822 Market street, Ban FranolBOO. W
supply all Theaters on the Coast, to whom we re
spectfully refer. . , .
Free !by Mail
On receipt of Osn Doilar
h WHOLE GARDEN,
Let n mail you our Illustrated Catalogue whlcl
will ell you all about It. fuiuft rA und Plant
'., i Sherwood Hall Nursery Co.), 427-B Hansom'
Street, Ban Fratclaco. Belected Seeds a speclaltj
The Admiral Cigarettes are
superior to ai others.
URING hard times
cannot afford to
with inferior, cheap brands of bak
ing powder. It 13 NOW that the .
great strength and purity cf the
ROYAL stand out as a friend in need
to those who desire to practise Econ-
omy in the Kitchen; - Each spoonful docs its per
fect work. Its increasing calc bears : witness that
it is a necessity to the prudent it rocs further. 1
Grocers say that every dollar in
vested in Royal Baking Powder is
worth a dollar the world over, that it
does not consume their , capital in dead ,
stock, because it is the great favorite,
and sells through all times and seasons.
ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., 108 WALL 8T., NEW -
Wakening; it Boy'a Jutel.ccl.
I know a hard working library assistant,
one of those women who is born for her
duty and magnifies her office with n sort
of loving euthusiasm for its possibilities.
This lad observed one day that a little
Irish boy who camo for his books was fol
lowing along the poorest line of story books
which that library would offer. She
thought, and thought rightly, that he had
had enough of them. She culled him be
hind her desk and showed him a hunil
somoly illustrated book of butterflies. She
asked him if he had ever seen any butter
flies or moths and made hira remember
and tell her about them. She asked him
If he would not like to know more About
them, and then promised that if he would
bring some one companion she would let
them see some of the elegant illustrated
books which bore on that matter.
When the little pirates came, she had
ready for them some of the tempting books
which are now printed, open to the capaci
ties of children, and she started them on a
new career. Before a great while she had
the pleasure of seeing that they were
themselves watching the insects which
they could readily enough find on the
Common or in the parks of Boston, were
making their own collections, and in short
were started as .naturalists, with a hobby,
with an enthusiasm, with some notion of
higher life and study than they had before.
There is a little story of what one person
found it In her power to do in the real busi
ness of education. That is, she engaged
herself in discovering a latent faculty; she
brought that faculty out, she unfolded it,
and at this hour there are half a dozen
young men happier, stronger, letter and of
larger life, because she was willing to torn
aside from the routine of book delivery to
take one of them into her councils und to
start him heavenward while there was a
chance of his going the other way. Per
haps an instance like that gives a better
idea of what I should like to urge upon
men and women who have some conscience
than I could give by any argument based
more upon theory. Edward Everett Hale
in Cosmopolitan. '
. Tho Way of the World. :
"I met that Mrs, Smythe coming up the
avenue with a great bunch of pink roses
pinned on the front of her black dress.
What taste that woman lias!"
"But, Ella," said the mother of the
young lady who was speaking; "pink and
black go well together."
"Yes, but pink und wrinkles don't.
Roses on that elderly specimen the
The "elderly specimen" went home, took
off her roses,- smelled of them- lovingly,
shook their petals tenderly, and then with
a little sigh put them-into a pasteboard
box and called a messenger.
"Take these to Blank hospital and give
tbem to the little girl in room No. 3 of the
We will follow the roses.
A little girl, pale, deformed, lay sleeping
on a narrow cot. Her face was distressed,
and in her sleep she murmured over and
over again the one word "pain."
When sho opened her eyes she saw some
"Oh," she cried, "my dear, dear roses!
Mrs. Smythe has sent them. How I love
They lightened her room, and lifted the
cloud from the dark horizon of her life,
and brought a breath of the air and sun
shine that to the child were only heavenly
Mrs. Smythe loved flowers too. That
was why she wore the roses home before
she sent them out on their mission.
And as usual the world misjudged her.
Detroit Free Press. .
Women and Their Coats of Arms.
' The people whose business it is to supply
coats of arms furnish very entertaining
reading. One of these asserts that he was
commissioned by a charming girl to re
paint the family shield. Her boudoir, she
averred, was being done over in white and
gold, and the violent reds and blues of the
family coat of arms would not harmonize
with the new decorations. In vain the
herald assured her that it was impossible
to change the colors of armorial bearings,
but on the young woman declaring she
would take tbem elsewhere, as a business
man he complied, and changed them to
blue and gold. The prevailing tastes in
coats of arms runs to dragons, lions and
tigers. ' '
One lady's pedigree being unraveled re
quired a red ape leaping and dragging a
golden chain. The lady was greatly in
censed. A friend bad been given a hand
some lion rampant, while she bad received
a monkey, as if she was an organ grinder.
The wife of a military man on her part
getting a chevron, which is a most honor
able device, on her coat of arms, was very
indignant. "Only noncommissioned offi
cers wear chevrons," Bhe said. "My hus
band was never in tht ranks." New York
... a A
A NEW ENGLAND MIRACLE.
A RAILROAD ENGINEER RELATES
The Wonderful Story Told by FwA C,
Vme Hiid HI Mother.ln-l.Bw to a Ite
porier of the Boston Herald lioth, Are
K-tord t-r Vent's of A(ear. v
From the Boston Herald. , ,
" The vast health-giving results already
attributed by the newspapers tiuonKii-
out this countrvand Canada to Dr. Will
iama' "Pink Pills for Pale People" have
been recentlv supplemented by the eases
of two con firmed invalids in one house
hold in a New England town. Tlie-names
of these people are Fred C. Vose, his
wiff and his mother-in-law, Mrs. Oliver
C. Holt of Peterboro, members of the
To the Herald reporter who was sent
to investigate his remarkable cure Mr.
Vose said: "I m 37 years old, and
have been railroading for the Fitehhnrg
for fifteen years. Since boyhood I have
been troubled with a weak stomach.
For the past seven years I have suffered
terribly and constantly. My stomach
would "not retain food; my head ached
constantly and was so. dizzy I could
scarcely stand ; mv eyes were blurred : 1
had a bad heartburn, and mv breath
was offensive. ' I had physicians, but
they failed to help me.. My appetite
gave out, and four years ago I deyeloppd
palpitation or the heart, which seriously
affected my breathing. Had terrible
pains in my back, and had to make wa
ter manv times a day. . I finally devel
oped rheumatic sitrns, and couldn't sleep
1 . T I T 1 J 1 i. 1.1
Uigurs, ir x lav uown, my neari, wuuui
go ptt-a-pst at a great rate, and many
nights l did not close my eves at all.
was broken down in body and discour
aged in spirit, when some time in fen
ruarv last I got a couple of boxes of Br
Williams' Pink Pills. Before I had fin-
ished the first box I noticed that the
palpitation of my heart, which had both
ered me so that I couldn't breathe at
times, began to improve. I saw that in
going to my home on the hill from thp
depot, which was previously an awful
task, my heart dirt not. beat so violently
and I had more breathe when I reached
the house. After the second and third
boxes I grew better in every other re
spect. My stomach became stronger.
the gas belching was not so hart, mv bp
petite and digestion improved, and my
sleep became nearly natural and
undisturbed. I have continued taking
the pills three times a day ever since last
March, and to-dav I am feeling better
than at any time during the last eight
years. I can confidently and conscien
tiously say that they have done me more
good, and their good effects are more per
manent, than any medicine I have ever
taken. My rheumatic pains in legs and
hands are all gone. The pains in the
small of my back, which were so bad at
times that I couldn't stand up straight,
have nearly all vanished, and I find my
kidneys are well regulated by them.
This is an effect not claimed for the pills
in the circular, but in my case they
brought it about. I am feeling 100 per
cent better in every shape and manner."
The reporter next saw Mrs. Holt.-who
said : "I am 57 years old. and for four?
teen years nast, I have had an intermit
tent heart trouble. ' Three years ago!
had nervous prostration, by which my
heart trouble was increased so badly that
I had to lie down most of the time. My
stomach also gave out, and I had con
tinual and intense pain from the back of
my neck to the end of my backbone. In
fourteen weeks I spent 1300 for doctor
bills and medicines, but my health con
tinued so miserable that I gave np doc
toring in despair. I began to take Tr
Williams' Pink Pills last winter, and the
first box made me feel ever so much bet
ter. I have taken the pills since Feb
ruary, with the result of stopping en
tirely the pain in the spine and in the
region of the liver. My stomach is again
normal, and the palpitation of the heart
has troubled me bnt three times since 1
commenced the pills."
An analysis of JJr. Williams' rink Pills
shows that they contain, in a condensed
form, all the elements necessary to give
new life and richness to the blood and
restore shattered nerves. They are an
unfailing specific for such diseases as lo
comotor ataxia, partial paralysi". St. Vi
tus uance, eciauca, neuralgia, rneuma
tism nervous headache, the after effect
of la grippe, palpitation of the heart.
pale and sallow complexions, all forms
of weakness either in male or female,
and all diseases resulting from "vitiated
humors in theblood.- Pink Pills are sold
by all dealers, or will be sent postpaid
on receipt of price (50 cents a box, or
six boxes for $2.50 they are never sold
in bulk or bv the 100) by addressing Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Schenectady,
V. Y., or Brockville, Qui.
AN HONE.ST MAN.
t bed pfta cow 'ea t set ont to bttfl tcft ten.
tone no. .
One hoe, one shovel aa one spado, an one (rood
But my stout heart an my soun had an these
two han's. you see.
An my unekalled honesty htz brung me wher
This la the lesson 1 Impress on ev'ry noble
Inteererty, moralerty an honesty and trooth.
Intesrrerty, moralerty an honesty, you see.
With my good heart an tied an nan, hex brung
me where 1 be.
Jlerried the daughter of the man where I wuz
hired man. i
An Wen he died we got his farm. He willed it
all to Nan.
I hired good town paupers to do my work for
For they'll eat feed that common men won't
look at, don't yer see?
So I saved money this way I saved, but never
An I loaned to my neighbors, an they give me
a 10 per cent.
I loved my neighbors like myself, rich, poor an
great an small.
An put a niortgidge on their farms to 'commo
date era all.
An Widow Barclay, reckless soul, spent all
her husban left
Jest brlngin up her chlldern w'y, It seems al
most like theft.
"W'y, sich extravagance as that," sez 1, "will
An I foreclosed her mortgtdge, for it wuz my
duty to. .
An neighbor Bunker's wife wuz sick; he spent
his cash fer pills.
Jest squandered all tils earnin's on them worth-
. less doctors bills;
t couldn' upprove his reckless way, an as a
I jest foreclose his mortgidge an appropriate
bis land. . '
An ol' man Kabson, down tho crick, wuz gittln
lame an blind;
Ilia farm wuz growln up 'ith weeds, his hayln
wuz behind. -
Sez I, "'Tis time this good ol' man wuz laid
upon the shelf.
So I foreclosed his mortgidge, an I took his
So I've been a morrll power, an through all
I've gone about like men of ol' engaged In doln
An I hev foun that goodness pays an vlrcher is
divine, . .
For all my reckless neighbors' farms hev all
been jlned to mine. , .
This Is the lesson I Impress on ev'ry noble
Integrerty, moralerty an honesty an trooth.
Inteererty, moralerty an honesty, you see, .
With my good heart an bed an han, hez brung
me where I be.
, Sam Wolter Foss.
Their Brains Weighed Over Sixty Ounces
A noted physician wrote me soon
after the death of Benjamin F. But
ler to inquire as to the weight of
Daniel Webster s bram. He declared
that the figures were not to be found
in any medical work in his library,
and that he doubted if one out of a
hundred of the physicians of , the
United States could answer the queS'
tion offhand. In looking up the mat
ter I prepared the following list of
noted persons who have had CO or
more ounces of brains, as far as ex
aminations have been made:
Turgenef , Russian novelist, 71
ounces; Schiller, German . poet, 63;
Abercrombie. Scotch physician, 63;
Cuvier, French naturalist, 65.5; Aber
crombie, English general, 62;' Du
puytren, French anatomist, 62.5;
B. F. Butler, American general and
lawyer, 62 ounces even. St. Louis
Republic. ' .
Chinamen and Roaches.
One of the strangest superstitions
of Chinese cooks is the awe .with
which they regard the cockroach.
John holds the ugly black pest as
something sacred, claiming that it is
specially favored by the gods and a
particular favorite of the great Joss.
The most unfortunate mishap that
can befall a Chinaman is to step on a
cockroach., Instantly yisions of ter
rible disasters and calamities arise
before him. In some instances the
superstition has been known to prey
so on the minds of the Celestials as
to drive them insane. Exchange.
V&o," he said huskily, "you send
She could not deny it.
"Am I to have no assurance from
"No," she answered.
- "Because you have more assurance
now than you know what to do with."
And Algernon has not yet deter
mined whether he will show his des
peration by joining the army or
smoking cigarettes. Washington
A jealous wife of Perpignan soaked
her dress with petroleum, locked the
house door and then called her , hus
band to her. Just as he approached
she lit a match and set her clothes on.
fire. Then, seizing her husband in
her arms, she held him tight till they
were both enveloped in names. The
woman died, and the man is crazy.
Belting, Packing and Hose, Boots and
Shoes, Rubber and Oil Clothing,.
Druggists' Rubber Goods,
MANUFACTURED BY J
,' 13 nntl 75 First St., Fortland, Or,
Write for catalogue free.
EXPRESIDENT i HARRISON
Bays of the Military Fchool: " It is
good in every respect good for tne
boys, aond or the schools and good
for the country."
BISHOP l SCOTT I ACADEMY
Pottland, Or., Is a Mil tary School
undtr gover ment eontrol. Sclen
t'fle, classical, commerc al courses.
Write 'or catalogue, fcpring term be
gins February 6. J
Flso's Remedy tor Catarrh Is the
nest, Kaslest 1
Sold by Druggists
U. K. t. Baaaitlsa,
to Use, and Cheapest. I 1
or sent br mail. 1 1
Warren. Pa. U
MUfeCLfe: AND VIGOR-A DIFFEEENCfi
Ma&y museulsr men suootfmb to. fatigues borne
with ease by persons far their inferiors In phys
ical strength. Muscle does not imply vigor. In
fact. It It not difficult of prool that athletes do
not live as long nor enjoy as good health as the
average Individual who is vigorous that is to
say, whose digestion and sleep are unimpaired,
whose nerves are tranquil, and who has no or
ganic tendencr to disease. These requisites of
vigor are conferred upou those inherently weak,
no less than upon those debilitated through
wasting disease, by a thorough, persistent course
of Hostetter's stomach Bitters, the leading na
tional tonio, indorsed and recommended by
physicians of eminence. It will not endow you
with i ho muscle of a Corbett, but It will Infuse
energy inlo your sy.tem ind renew the active
and healthfn performance of lis functions. It
avens and cures malaria , rheumatic un i kidney
Cumplin(8, and overenmes dyspepsia, constipa
tion, liver trouble and nervousness.
Jeweler How do you like youT alarm clork T
Cutomer First rate. Jewele- You didn't seem
plea-ed wit It at first. Customer No; but it s
4 TELL TOUR FKIENDS.
Hosts of letters have been written, some
to the proprietors of Allcock'b Porocb
Plasters, some to friends, telling of their
inestimable value. Here is one from the
Hon. Edmund L. Pitts, the late President
of the New York State Senate:
"State of New Ybk,1
Albany. March 11, 1886 )
" I have used Alloock's FuB'Xjs Plas-
ters in my family for the past five years,
and can truthfully say they are a valuable
remedy and effect great cures. I would nt
be without tbem. I have in several in
stances given some to fr.euds suffering with
weak and lame backs, and they have inva
riably afforded certain and speedy reliel.
They cannot be too highly commended."
Bbandreth's Pills will purify the blood
There is much mystification In London over
the expedition against the S.ifus, and the Indi
cations aie that somebody's been lying on them.
Throat diseases commence with a cold,
cough or overtatiguing the voice. These
symptoms (which, if neglected, often re
sult in a chronic trouble of the throat) are
aliayed by the use of "Broom') Bronchial
Beyond his station the man who went to
sleep lu the tram.
The reader of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
tliHt science has been nbie to cure in all its
stages, and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is tne only positive c re known to the medieal
fraternity. Catarrh, being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitution 1 treatment. Unit's
Catarrh Cure is taken internlly, acting directly
on the blood and m coua sMrfjiceof thesystem,
thereby destroj inn the foundation i f the disease
and giving the patient itrength by building up
the constitution and assisting nature in doing
Its work. The proprietors have so much faith
In its curative powers that tney offer One Hun
dred Dollars f r any case that it f lis to euie.
Send for list of testimonials Address
F. J. CHK xEY A CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists; 75 cents.
One Tuerk Water Motor, new, that will
develop from 10 to lft-horse power; can be
had at a sacrifice by addressing
Palmer & Rey.
i Portland, Or.
a Cough, with, a Weak Sys
tem, Consumption with Weak
Lungs, or Disease with Loss
of Flesh. ( Take
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
for any ailment resulting from
poor nourishment. Physicians;
the world over, endorse it.
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
prepared by Scott & Bowne, N. V. All Drucsists.
The FISH BRAND RI.ICKER la warranted water-
proof, and will keep you dry in tho hardest storm. The
new i :w ivi r. i. m..ii nfii ,s a uci ren riuiiiK vuat nui
covers the enUre saddle. Bewareof Imitations. Don'tl
buy a coat If the " Fish Brand" Is not on It. Illustrs
ted Catalogue free. A. J. TOWER, Bostoa, Mass.
Hercules Gas or Gasoline Engine
Beat Power lor the Purpose.
Palmer & Uey, B. F., CaL and Portland, Or.
W. P. N. TT. No 532 . F. N. TT. Mn! 009
And all tne
Mu ua LI1UL.U
Advantiues I r 1 etri
Free. Nmne till puper.
. MOTIVE POWER I
UCDPIII CO GAS and
FALMH & KEY, Sai FranciscoGal, and Portland., Or.
Smoke the Admiral Clgar
ttes and be happy.
The Best I
Eating in Haste
At times While fervlrw aa constable and
deputy sheriff brought on dyBpeptio trouble,
r although I was natural-
R??- 3ly healthy. Eight
months ago I com
menced taking Eood'l
cured my dyspeptic
trouble and sec me
back lu my age about
fifteen ycarj. 1 advised
others to take Hood's
Sarsaparllla and they
Mr. Sliumway. now rejoice over the
good effect it has had upon them. My wif it ad
suffered from tevere headache, general i-ros-tr.tiion
and loss oi appetite." Bhe has taken two
botlles, and hcrhnad la now free trom pain and
he Is enjoying excellent health and renewed
itrength. ' P. Pbumway, Webster, Mas.
Hood's Pills a'Si-t digestion. 26c.
One cent a dose.
Tuts Great Contra Curb promptly cures
where all others full. Coughs, Croup, Sore
Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption it has no rival:
has cured thousands, and will CURB TOD if
taken in time. Bold oy Druggists on a guar
antee. For a Lame Hack or Chft, use
SHJLOH'S BELLADONNA PLASTER.250.
Have you tyituurn i i nis remuu y is ku"iu
teed to cure you. Price, 60 eta. Injector free.
I WATER MOTOR I
One celebrated Tuerk Water. Voter; new;
will develop 10 to 15-horse power. Water Is Ihe
bei-t and iieiu est ow. r to its , and t lie'Ttierk"
is th" best ami eheie8t motor In the market
Will be sold at a unci i ce. Ad re a
, PALlsKIt & RKi, Portland, Or. ,
'V WANT 1 H ; BEST. 'V
Send i'..roMi- C'ataiuKtie
BeeL iiutkea. 1 tw pri es. Ktiny fuy
ment. At'lres . V- Hvacli
Kipoti, California. .
CATARRH EMr. f
for Catarrh. Deafness,CoMs,Goro Throat,
Hoarseness, Headache, PotM, Elclrcnlnir r'T,nol
Breath i liestorcs tho Voi?o, Conso of rarAiWU
mall? 1. F. EVOll V t'z r(;,n 'ro-;iKF?FiWn)Vl
aor lvia out jruoiuyui i.
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A movement of tho bowels each day Is necessary for
health. Tiiese pills supply wJitU mo system lacks to
tnake it regular. They cure Headache, briKUien the
Eves and clear the Complexion better ti to cos
metioa. They act mildly, neither gripe nor aioken at
other pilla do. To convince you of their merit
will mail sampl" free, or a full box fnrPB cents. 8olA .
varywharo. loaanko Mod. Co., Philadelphia. X .
World Knocus the CURH i3 CVP.m.
IP YOUR BUSINESS DOES NOT PAY.
Chickens are easily and sucesKfiilly
raised by using the Petaluma In
cubators and Brooders, onr fl
liiftriilei ca'aloetie tell, all about it.
Vsower hasV . .
r Ayy - second chance. If
you would at first sup- W 1
II cecd, oe sure and start with
I FERRY'S M
WWW "T' Seed Annual lor 1894 I
lu contains the sum and fc-ubstance
Vu 01 lal'est fitrmirig knoM-I-
Vedge. Every planter should
vSNS have It. Sent free.
D. M JTerry Co., - WMf
M. WINSLOW'S SosvTaI
, - FOR CHILDREN TEETH i 0 - i
1 , ftrinle bj all Arufffbtw. si I;. 4, tomti&$, J
Don't buv any but the Petaluma if you want strmip, vltrnroiit- chicks
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Poultry Cure, Creosnsone the great en tckun-l ire killer and iverv other
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