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    A Resume of Events in the
' Northwest.
Xewi Gathered lit All tlie lowm of
Our Neighboring State" Improvo
mont Noted In All Industries Oregon.
An inspector of the postal department
will be sent to Salem to establish
rural mail servioe in Marion county.
Many cherries are said to have fallen
from the trees in Southern Oregon dur
ing the last week or ten days.
. Growers in Linn county are cultivat
ing their hops well, and the present
outlook justifies them in hoping for fine
crops. i
The Ooos bay creamery is receiving
12,000 pounds of milk per day, and it
is expected the figures will soon be in
creased to 15,000.
The machinery for the Vale, Malheur
county, flouring mill has been pur
chased.; The mill will have? a capacity
of 50 barrels a day. ,
Grasshoppers about the size of a flea
are so thick in the Fulton neighborhood,
Umatilla county, that they raiBe in
louds whenever disturbed.
Harold Parker will soon start from
Huntington with. 80,000 head of sheep
overland tor Gibson, Foss & Co., to be
'delivered at some point in Nebraska.
It will take about five months to make
the drive.
The big ditoh which has been in
course , of construction for several
months for the Flick Bar Mining Com
pany, in Baker county, has been com
pleted, and mining will soon be com
menced in earnest.
, No steps will be taken to build a new
courthouse in Coos county before the
coming season. The defendant county
has filed an answer to the complaint of
those who are asking for an injunction
to prevent the construction of the oourt
house. t
William Brenner, of Soio, and D.
Wheeler, of Lebanon, are buying feed
hogs near Scio for shipment to Nebras
ka. .They have bought about 600 head,
for which they paid from 2 to 2 cents
a pound gross. Soio was a squealing
center of industry last Monday, as
wagon load after wagon load of pigs
were brought in. '
The railroad company in Jackson
county brought suit against the county
to restrain the oolleotion of $18,000
taxes, alleged to be due the county.
With the Oregon & California company
is joined in the suit the Southern Pa
cific Company, against which no taxes
are assessed. As the Southern' Paoific
Company is a foreign company, this
would give the federal courts jurisdic
tion, snouia mat company remain u
party to the suit. , : - r ..... .
- 1 ' Washington. ; ",
The long-distance telephone has
reached Asotin. . .
Salary warrants in Whatoom county
old last month for 98 cents.
The grand lodge of Masons will meet
in Seattle on the 8th of June. :
1 A shipload t)f rock from Bellingham
bay has been received at Grays harbor
'tor the lighthouse. .
Thurston county fruitgrowers hare
organized under the name of the Olym
pia Fruitgrowers' Association.
George Alsip has strated up his
brickyard in Ellensburg. ' He will make
at least 100,000 bricks and more are
needed. , v
The annuiwl session of the State
Teachers' Association will be held in
New Whatcom from June 23 to July 8,
The Stanwood oreamery one day re
cently received 11,895 pounds of milk,
breaking its best previous record by
2,000 pounds.
The question whether or not school
districts shall furnish text books and
upplies free to pupils will be voted on
in Washington, June 12.
. There are- five sawmills, with an
average capacity of 80,000 feot daily,
and five shingle mills, cutting 500,000
Bhingles every day, tributary to Elma,
in Chehalis county.
At a meeting of the directors of the
city scohols in Walla Walla, it was de
cided to add a month to the school
term, which makes the term the same
length as before it was reduoed in 1898.
The schools will therefore, close on
the 18th of June this year.
The city treasurer of Everett at the
last session of the council reported a de
fioit of $2,897.94, for the first four
months of the present year. The esti
mated reoeipts for the remaining eight
months are $14,550, estimated expenses,
$19,720.50; defioit for remaining eight
months, 5,170.50; total defioit for the
year, $7,568.44.
The mayor of Seattle, in his annual
message to the council recommended
that the social evil be regulated by re
stricting fallen women to a prescribed
district; he urged a further reduction
in city expenses, and that the city's
revenues be inoreased by licenses.
The merit system in foroe under the
new charter law receives the mayor's
heartiest approval.
The Skamokawa oreameryjlast month
made 1,508 pounds of butter, and it is
expected that double this amount will
be made this month.
The remnant of last year's crop is
being marketed in Garfield. After the
requirements of reseeding and Bpring
seeding, it is believed that from 5,000
to 10,000 bushels remain unsold in the
territory tributary to Garfield. At
present prices this will be a pleasant
pick-up toward summer expenses. It
was thought that scarcely a bushel re
mained in the farmers' hands.
Downing. Hopkins 'Companj-'f Review
of Trade.
The past week has added materially
to the previously strong position of
wheat values viewed from the position
of supplies and demand. The crop
prospect as a whole retrograded, but
more particularly in California, where
drought and hot winds have caused a
reduotion in expected yield of at least
25 per cent, as compared with 'last
year. Foreign crop prospects are much
poorer, especially in France, where
the estimted yield is 75,000,000 bush
els smaller than last year, and conser
vative grain dealers predict large im
portations during the comings crop
year. Values have been firmly held
and while no material advance has oc
curred, the market has gained in
strength and ' receives better support
than during the previous week. The
export demand is fair and improving.
Interior supplied are rapidly - dimin
ishing, and it is now a patent fact that
stooks will be reduced to the lowest
possible point before the winter wheat
harvest. Nothing but the absence of
a generous speculative support prevents
a materiaLadvance in values, but un
der exisitng conditions, the scarcity of
supplies in America and the increased
wants of importing oountries, owing to
short orops at home, crop failures in
exporting countires other than America,
the ultimate result must be higher
values. The prospects of the spring
wheat crop are good, but not sufficient
ly so to offset the short winter wheat
corp-, fexhausted reserves and increased
wants, from abroad. The "tendency of
the market even without speculative
support seems Blowly but steadily
Market Quotations.
Portland, Or., May 25, 1897.
Flour Portland, Salem, Casoadia
and Dayton, $3.90; Benton county and
White Lily, $3.90; graham, $3.40; su
perfine, $2.75 per barrel.
Wheat Walla Walla, 7576c; Val
ley,' 77c per bushel. .
Oats Choice white, 8840c - per
bushel; choioe gray, 8789c.
Hay Timothy, $13. 00 14.00 per
ton; cloved, $11.5012.50; wheat and
oat, $12.00 18.00 per ton.
Barley Feed barley, $16.50 per ton;
brewing", $1819.
Millstuffs Bran, $14.50, shortB,
$16.50; middlings, $33.50.
. Butter Creamery, 80c; dairy, 20
22Jrfc; store, 17 30o per roll.
Potatoes Oregon Burbanks, 45 50c;
Garnet Chilies, 6565c; Early Rose,
8540o per sack; sweets, $2.75 per
oental for Meroed; new potatoes, l)o
per pound.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $2.50
8.00; gees8, $4.00 7.00; turkeys, live,
12c; ducks, $4.006 00 per dozen.
- Efj;gs Oregon, 10 lie per dozen.
Cheese Oregon, 1 1 c; Young
America, 1230 per pound.
. Wool Valley, 12 Jc per pound; East
ern Oregon, 68c. ,
Hops 7c per pound. .
Beef Gross, top steers, $3.50;
cows $2. 50 3. 00; dressed beef, 5
6Jc per pound. ' :
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers
and ewes, $3.00 8. 50; dressed mat
ton, 65c per pound. .
Hogs Gross, choice, heavy, $4.00
4.60; light and feeders, $2.503.00;
dressed $5. 00 5. 60 per cwt.
Veal Large, 34c; small, 4
5 per pound. .
Seattle, Wash., May 25, 1897.
. Wheat Chicken feed, $2627 per
Oats Choice, $23 24 per ton.
Flour (Jobbing) Patent excellent,
$4.T5; Novelty A, $4.45; California
brands, $4.90; Dakota, $5.65; patent,
Barley Rolled or ground, $20 per
ton; whole, $19.'
Corn Whole, $20 per ton; cracked,
$21; feed meal, $21.
Millstuffs Bran, $15.00 per ton;
shorts, $18.
Feed Chopped feed, $18.00 per ton;
middlings, $22; oilcake meal, $30.
Hay Puget sound, per ton, $13.00;
Eastern Washington, $18; California,
Poultry Chickens, live, per pound,
hens, 10c; spring chickens, $3.508.50;
ducks, $56.
" Butter Fancy native creamery,
brick, 16c; ranch, 10 12. ' .-
; Cheese Native Washington, 11
11 4c; Eastern, 12c; California, 9c.
Vegetables Potatoes, per ton, $12.00
14; parsnips, per sack, $1; beets,
per sack, $1.25; turnips, per sack, $1.25;
rutabagas, per sack, 50c; carrots, per
sack, 75c; cabbage, per 100 lbs,
$1.75; onions, per 100 lbs, $1.50.
Sweet potatoes Per 100 lbs, $3.50;
new potatoes, 1 s per lb. .
Eggs Fresh ranch, 14 15c.
Fresh Meats Choice dressed beef,
steers, 7c; cows, 6c; mutton, sheep,
7o per pound; lamb, 5o; pork, 6)0 per
pound; veal, small, 6 7c. ,,
Fresh Fish Halibut, 45c;
salmon, 68o? salmon trOut, 710c;
flounders and soles, 8 4c.
Provisions Ilamfy large, 1 1 4 ' hams,
small, llc; breakfast bacon, 10c; dry
salt sides, 7c per pound.
Fruits Lemons, California, fancy,
$2.503.50; choice, $2; Cal fornia
fancy navals, $3.504.
San Francisco, May 25, 1897.
Potatoes Oregon Burbanks, , 70c
$1.10; Early Rose, 60 70c; River Bur
banks, 65 80c; sweets, $1.25 per
Onions $3. 00 8. 50 per cental.
Eggs Ranch, 18 15c per dozen,
i Butter Fancy creamery, 15Jc; do
seconds, 14 15c; fancy dairy, , 14c,
seconds; 1313Jfjo.
Cheeso Fancy mild, new, 7Jo;
fair to good, 6 7o; Young Amerioa,
7)f86e; Eastern, 1415o. .
There is no end of flavor
in Schilling's Best tea. made
There is. not even begin
ning of flavor in average
tea, make it how you will.
At grocers' in packages.
A Schilling & Company
. San rrancisco
No More Indian Soldiers.
The last of the Indian companies of
the United States army, stationed at
Fort Sill, O. T., is to be disbanded.
This marks the end of the effort to
make efficient soldiers out of the war
like aborigines of the frontier. At first
the experiment bade, fair to be success
ful. Several companies, both of cavalry
and infantry, were organized in com
mand of white officers who had mani
fested particular friendliness for the
Indians. The young braves liked the
jaunty uniforms, and promptly mas
tered the intricacies of military evolu
tions. They became men of mark in
their tribes. But soon the rigid dis
cipline and the enforced absence from
their homes and families became irk
some. They began to neglect their
duties and to appear first indifferent,
then sullen and mutinous. One by one
the Indian troops and companies have
been disbanded until there remained
only the command at Fort Sill, com
posed of fifty of Geronirao's Apache
warriors. Though they will cease to
be regular soldiers of the United States,
these Indians will not leave the mili
tary service. They will probably be
retained, as other former soldiers have
been, as soouts-in which capacity the
red braves have had ample experience
in our Indian wars, and, indeed, have
proven themselves indispensabile auxil
iaries. Boston Journal.
Ants With Human Habits.
The German traveler Von Ihering
has discovered in Brazil a species of
ants which have regular summer and
winter resorts. In winter they live on
the ground, in summer in big nests con
structed on trees, in order to escape the
danger of inundation when the snow
melts and the rivers rise.
No More Hot Boxes. ;
One of the most wonderful of recent
inventions is a roller bearing for car
wheels which does away with the use
of lubricants. There will be no more
hot boxes. One wheel has had a test
of 170,000 miles in the West without
the application of a drop of oil.
Some English reporters now take
notes at night by the light of a tiny
incandescent lamp attached to the
Gladness Gomes
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comtort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with mill ions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed bo highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
tlGed and gives most general satisfaction.
Used everywhere. SI a bottle; six for $8
Club together and. send for six bottles for 5
If your dealer does not have it and we will pay
express. Address Oregon Blood Purifier, Port
land, Or.
We carry the mostcomplete line of Gymnasium
and Athletic Goods on the Coast.
Send for Our Athletic Catalogue. . !
818-880 Market St., San Francisco, Cal.
Make money by sue'
cessiul ((peculation in
Chicatro. We buy and
sell wheat there on mar-
Kins. Fortunes nave Deen maue on a smau
beginning bv trading in futures. Write for
full particulars. Best of reference Riven. Sev
eral years' experience on the Chicago Board of
Trade, and a thorouch knowledge of the busi
ness. Downing, Hopkins Co., Chicago Board
of Trade Brokers. Offices in Portland, Oregon,
Spokane and Seattle. W ash.
EUFTUItK and PILKS cured; no' pay un
til cured; send for book. Uhs. Manskikld
& Poeterfield, 338 Market St., San Francisco.
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N.P.N.U. No. 703 S.F.N.U. No. 780
Completion of 60 Tears as Sovereign to
.. Be Observed In Portland, Oregon.
In all parts of the British empire the
celebration on the 21st and 22d of June
will be universal, and the British resi
dents of Oregon are not going to be be
hind any other state in showing their
loyalty, by "practical charity and rejoio-.
The British-born residents of the
United Kingdom residing in . Portland
are getting in readiness to celebrate the
60th anniversary of the reign of hei
majesty, Queen Viotoria, during the
present year.
On June 21st, 1897, Queen Victoria
will have occupied the British throne
just 60 years, the longest reign yet re
corded for a British sovereign. Thie
period has been one of the most pros
perous the English people have experi
enced. Her majesty is associated with
the happiness of the nation in an in
separable manner, so that the periods of
her oareer are noted as events of the
national life.
The respect and affection of subjects
born during her reign is to be shown
by notable celebrations in every part
of the world.
In Portland the different British so
cieties have had under contemplation,
for some time arrangements for the oc
casion. Members have been notified
and committees appointed to confer on
the subject. Mr. James Laid law, Brit
ish consul for the port, called a meeting
recently for the purpose of seouring con
certed action. About BO persons re
sponded, which will give a fair idea of
the number of British-born people in
Portland when the peroent of a certain
class that can be induced to attend a
called meeting of this nature is con
siderd. .
An organization was perfected, Mr.
Laidlaw being made president; Donald
Macleay, J. C. Robinson, William-Mao-master
and William S. Sibson, vice
presidents; E. Lea. Barnes, treasurer,
and William B. Mackenzie, secretary.
At a subsequent meeting a general
committee of 25 was appointed.
At subsequent meetings of the gen
eral committee resolutions as under
were adopted:
"That the chairman appoint a finance
committee- to collect funds to com
memorate the event, the funds so col
lected to be used for such purposes as
a subsequent meeting shall determine.,
"That the object for which funds are
to be collected by the committee shall
be the endowment of a bed or beds in
the Good Samaritan hospital, for the
use of persons of British birth, and to
be called 'Queen Victoria's Diamond
Jubilee Bed.' " -
In conformity with the foregoing, we
have now to appeal to the British-born
residents of the state of Oregon for
funds to carry out the purposes set
forth in the resolutions. We do so
with the utmost confidence that our ap
peal will meet with a hearty response
from all parts of the state, feeling sure
that no more noble commemoration of
this diamond jubilee year can be had,
nor one more characteristic of her
majesty, Queen Victoria than to provide
in perpetuity a place where the desti
tute sick can receive the comforts and
attendance they require free of all ex
pense. The objeot is not a local one, but the
benefits will be open to persons other
wise eligible from all parts of the state,
and we feel certain that amongst the
thousands of British-birth resident in
Oregon there is not one who would not
freely contribute according to the meas
ure of his ability.
As an indication of what funds are
required, it may be mentioned that the
cost of endowment of one bed is $3,500.
Chairman, on behalf of the finance com
'mittee. t Subscriptions may be sent to E. Lea.
Barnes, Esq., treasurer, Bank ot Brit
ish Columbia, Portland, Oregon; to the
secretary, William E. Mackenzie, room
208 Worcester block, Portland, Oregon,
or to any member of the committee. ,
The plan outlined by the general com
mittee consists of having a concert in
the O. N. G. armory, Monday evening,
June 21, Mr. Francis Sealy having been
appointed chairman of the concert com
mittee. It is also the intention to have
a banquet at the Hotel Portland, Tues
day evening, June 22, Mr. Percy II.
Blyth having been appointed chairman
of the banquet committee. All the net
proceeds from the concert and the ban
quet are to go to the hospital fund.
It is hoped that many , British-born
residents throughout the states of Ore
gon and Washington will come to Port
land and join in the celebration. Any
information desired by out of town resi
dents will be gladly furnished on appli
cation to the seoretary or any member
of the general committee. As this is
the only means we have of reaching our
friends outside the city, it is to be
hoped that they will correspond early
and give us their co-operation.
A Gentleman's Weight.
A stranger upon being presented to
Speaker Reed asked his weight. "Two
hundred , pounds," was the reply.
"You must weigh more than that,"
said the candid visitor. "No gentle
man ever weighs more than 200
pounds," responded the speaker, soli
emnly. '
A French florist has offered 1,200 to
any one who can produce a plant which
will yield blue roses.
A Perfumed Stage Effect. ,
At the Eoyal Opera at Budapest a
new ballet has been produced called the
"Bed Shoes." In the course of this
ballet a dance called the "Eosenwalzer"
takes ' place, the dancers representing
white, red and yellow roses. While
the dance is in progress a delightful per
fume of roses fills the whole house.
This is ingeniously effected by means
of sprinklers, whioh send through the
ventilators an exceedingly fine spray of
rose water. '
An old cat loves a sunny corner and a
fong nap, and this is natural and wise. The
genial warmth of the sun lulls to rest, and
while asleep, it may be curative to the cat's
few ailments. Soreness and stiffness come
upon ns suddenly and put the machinery
of the body out "of gear. St. Jacobs Oil
goes suddenly to work upon the trouble,
and with its warmth, like warmth, to the
old oat, it lulls the pain to sleep, drives out
the cold, softens the stiffened muscles,
lubricates the machinery, and in a short,
time puts the whole body in good working
order. Soreness and stiffness are not much
to cure by the use of St. Jacobs Oil but, if
neglected, they take the form of rheuma
tism which gives a groat deal more pain.
Strengthening Cherbourg.
It is stated that 1,000,000 francs are
shortly to be expended upon new de
fense works on the isle of Pelee, at
Cherbourg. 1 ' 1 '
The forerunner of a train of evils, which too
often culminate fatally, is inactivity, or leth
argy of the kidneys. Not only is Bright'! dis
ease, diabetes, gravel, or some other dangerous
integral d. sense of theorgansthomsclvcs, to be
apprehended, but drops cal diffusions from the
blood, rheumatism and gout are all traceable
to the non-removal Irom the blood by the kid
nevi of certain impurities. Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters depurates the blood, renders the
kidneys active and prevents their d.sease.
According to the deductions of a well
known astronomer, Ave receive as much
light from the sun as could be emitted
by 680,000 moons.
All Eastern Syrup, so-caHed, nsnally very
light colored and ot heavy body, is made from
glucose. "If'ca (jxxrden Drips" is made from
Sugar Cane and is strictly pure. It is for sale
by first-class grocers, in cans only. Manufac
tured by the I'acific Coast Syrup Co. All gen
uine "Tea Garden Drips" have the manufac
turer's name lithographed on every can.
- The banks, of Newfoundland are
formed by the sand, ioe and stone
brought from the north by the ice
bergs. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, J , 1
Lucas County. t '
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.,
doing business in the city of Toledo, County
and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence, this 0th day of December, A. D. lb3.
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intornallv and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best. '.
Philadelphia has a greater mileage
of electrio railways than the whole of
Germany, according to the electric
I believe my prompt vise of Piso's Cure
prevented quick consumption. Mrs. Lu
cy Wallace, Marquette, Kaus., Dec. 12, '95.
Great Britain is coming more and
more to the opinion that Eussia's occu
pation of Constantinople is inevitable.
Take now Oregon Blood Purifier and
keep well this summer. '
Legal Status of Dogs.
The owner of a valuable Newfound
land dog in New Orleans sought dam
ages from a railroad company for killing
it. The case turned on the validity of
an act of the Louisiana legislature,
recognizing dogs as personal property
only when placed on the assessment
rolls. The supreme court sustains the
law and refuses damages, since the dog
was not assessed, incidentally defining
the law in regard to dogs in general as
follows: "The very fact that they are
without protection of the criminal laws
shows that property in dogs is of an
imperfect or qualified nature, and that
they stand, as it were, between animals
ferae naturae, in which, until subdued,
there is no property, and domestio ani
mals, in which the right of property is
complete. They are not considered as
being upon the same plane with horses,
cattle, sheep and other domestic ani
mals, but rather in the category of cats,
monkeys, parrots, singing birds and
similar animals kept for pleasure, curi
osity or caprice. Unlike domestio ani
mals, they are useful neither as beasts
of burden, for draft, nor for. food. "
About twenty-two acres of land are
necessary to support one man on flesh
"It is worth Its weight In gold to me," says Robert Kittles, of East Sound, Wash.
If you are in doubt,
Head Dr. Sanden's Book
It Is free, sealed, by mall. , .
1 A personal call may save you years of misery.
It you cannot call, send for the book, with full particulars, free.
Call or address: :
SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT CO., Wegt Washington St., Portland, Or.
When writing to Advertiser please mention this paper.
Cheapest Power...
J Rebuilt Gas and
G&Z-.Gasoline Engines
State Your Wants and Write for Prices...
' Hercules Gas
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For tha
Kidneys, t
fThe oidReCahle.
ifHERE Is only one way by which tr
, any disease can be cured, and that P
" is by removing the cause, what- r
over it uiaiy uut gi. i
authorities of the day declare that near- j
ly every disease is caused Dy
deranged Kidneys or Liver.
To restore theso, therefore. Is
the only way by which health
can be secured, Here is where
3 has achieved Its treat repu.
j tauon. ii
3 and by placing them in a
J healthy condition, drives
J disease and pain from the
J system.
Large bottle or now style
smaller ono, at your druggists.
1 It.3 reputation" Twenty years
of success," in tour continents.
Warner's Safe Cure Co , Lon
don. Rochester, Fruukfort, Mcl-
2 bourno, Toronto.
The use of the surgeon's knife is be
coming so general, resulting fatally
in such a large number of cases, as to
occasion general alarm.
Mr. William Walpole, of Walshtown,
South Dakota, writes; "About
three years ago, there came under
my left eye a little blotch about the
size ot a small, pea.
It grew rapidly.and
ehooting pains ran
in every direction.
I became alarmed
and consulted a
viS jrood doctor, ' who
5&$ pronounced it can
Pfejvcer, and said that it
te'H'rnust be cut out.
This I would not
consent to, having
little faith In the
indiscriminate use of the knife. Read
ing of the many cures made by S. S.
S., I determined to give that medicine
a trial, and after I had taken it a few
days, the cancer became irritated and
began to discharge. This after awhile
ceased, leaving a small scab, which
finally dropped off, and only a healthy
little scar remained to mark the place
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