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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1905)
HOCU KIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1005.
.Died after about two weeks' illness,
the little on and youngest child of
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Crockett last Sat
urday niorning.aud on Saturday after
noon was laid to rent at Idlewilde
cemetery. This wan the first death in
the family and all of the surviving
children were at home at the time of
his death. He wag born May 7, l!t02,
being nearly three years old at the
time of bis death. There are still
seven children living only ouo of
which is marriod, Mrs. William Kemp
of Odoll. For the icy hand of death
to lay hold of the innocent babe
is often hard to understand, but up
on listening to the text from the lips
of the miniHter, and which were the
words of Christ, recorded in John 13,
verse 7, as follows: "What I do thou
knowost not, but thou shalt know
hereufter." Then, to those who have
faith in the inspired words of Him
who was doing the will of the Father
who sent Him, there comos the con
notation which passeth understanding.
M. 1). Odell, conducted the funeral
exorcises at the home, briefly, but
with a touch of feeling and sympathy
that served as a balm to the stricken
hearts of the bereaved family. Words
from the heart And response in the
hearts of those who listen. Such were
the fooling, touching words of Mr.
UiloIJ on that occasion, and wore we
to enlarge on this prophetic text we
could apply it to every walk In life
and almost every day of our lives
"What I do thou kuowest not, but
thou shalt know hereafter. "
Relatives and friends from Eastern
Oregon were presont at the funeral
services. Beautiful floral tributes
were presented by C. O. Roberts of
Hood Klver and Mrs. Allen and
Kdith Allen of The Dalles. Mr. and
Mrs. Crockett and family share in
fullest measure the sympathy of this
entire community in this their dark
hour of trouble.
H. Dunn, son of J. II. Dunn of
Odell who owns a ranch on Eight Mile
creek near The Dalles, spent Sunday
with his father. Mr. Dunn purchased
his ranch last September and moved
from here to the ranch and is well
pleased with his location and Oregon
in particular. Mr. Dunn is a farmer
who understands his business and is
the kind of a man who will succeed
Mr. and Mrs. Poole returned to
Odell last Sunday after an abseuca of
some length. During their trip they
spent part of the time in Portland,
where they went to attend Miss Nettie
Kemp during her illness. They report
her much better.
Mrs. C. L. Rogers is reported as
lying seriously ill at a hospital in
Spring with her soft touch and gen
tle wooing burst forth upon us all un
awares lust week, and if she keeps up
her flirtation with the good people of
Hood Hiver valley she will surely win
their hearts. A decree of divorce
from winter is welcome, and we com
mend the Californlan's judgment, who
said last Friday in town, that Hood
Rivor beat California for climate.
The tlow and spring-tooth harrow
will be brought into requisition if
those perfect days continue.
The horse buyer Is In evidence
again. Horses continue in demand
aud high, and if all the Improvements
are carried out that there seems to
bo promise of this summer a good
team will prove a winner.
Garden seeds from E. J. Bowen
cuu ho had at the Little White Store.
Orders for clover and lawn grass seed
will lie promptly filled.
Miss llortha Latferty spent Sunday
at Odell, and furnished the instru
mental musio at the funeral service of
the llttlo son of Mr. aud Mrs. Crockett.
Surveyors for the prospoctve rail
road have been staking another route
while parties securing rights of way
are close on their trail. Judging from
the present indications we would say
that by the first of Soptomlior we
shall be connected witb Hood Klver by
bunds of steel. We trust that we nhil
not be mistaken, for the completion
and operation of this line of railroad
means much for the future of the
valley of Hood Rivor.
We are glad to note the almost com
plete condition of the ltroslus block
In town. The basement otllce in the
building reminds us of the many
buildings In Seattle, whore basement
nftloea are valuable, and also suggests
the fact that ground space is fast
Our Prices Draw Trade - Our duality Holds It.
A Rubber Cha
Wo have too many Rubber Goods on hand and shall reduce tli
a rubber sale lasting
THREE DAYS ONLY
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 2, 3 and 4
Our regular prices are always the lowest to be had. The mlm-lions. therefore, j
are from prices already low; and the sale is limited to three days, because in
that time we can reduce the stock all we care to. Keep the dales in mind, there-
fore, if you wish to share in the saving. '
Special Prices for the Three Days
2-qt. best quality Maroon Rubber Combined Hot Water Hot tie and Fmni- I
tain Syringe, regular $3.00, now $2. U)
2-qt. White Rubber, otherwise same as above, in wood box. regular .-'-iVJ".. ,
now 1.75 i
2-qt, Fountain Syringe, white rbbber, paper box, regular
Regular $1 .25 Fountain Syringe, now
Regular $1.25 Hot Water Bottles, now
Regular $1.00 Hot Water Rottles, now
Every jtiece guaranteed
Reliable Druggist. Smith BlocSv.
growing In price.
Both town and country should feel
proud of the magnificent building
enterprise that has swept the town
during the lust year. Best of all,
while the community is benefitted the
owners are also enjoying a satisfactory
revenue on their investment.
The cold storage building for which
excavation is now being made will
prove of incalculable benefit to town
and country. This is still another
evidence of the fact that where there
is a demand for modern improvements
capital is soon at hand to accomplish
it. We are from Missouri. Show us
another town in the state of its size
that is forging ahead so rapidly, and
that too without any semhlonco of a
HORSE MARKET IS LIVELY.
Odoll can easily show more horse
truders and stock brokers than any
other section of the valloy. February
has been a record breaker along this
line. J. W. McDonald hn a good
eye for a horse and starts tiie bull
rolling by selling two roadsters and
trading for two others. Amoiir
others who catch the fever is Unix at
Morton, who sells four head and
makes two swaps. Then comes Arch
ie Anderson, who likes to change hors
es once a week. He trades a favorite
horse off and buys two others, one at
a time. The remains of one of these
are already buried beneath the fam
oub apple land of Odell, where the tall
pines sing a requiem o or Its last rest
ing place. It was a fast horse aud
reached its goal first. John lawless
sold four head and fills orders for
either mules or horses on short no
tice. Hsrry Dodsou has bought one
and traded for another, and follow
ing this is that of Handsome Hurry,
the old freighter, formerly owned by
the Little White Store people. He is
now a good city horse at Hood River,
having chnnged his residence last
Monday. The Odell brothers have sold
two horses and their pair of mules,
bought a pair of ponies and the end is
For further particulars see the
stock board of Odell.
A Mr. Smith from near Dovil'slako,
North Dakota, has moved on Mr. (iur
bade'a place. We extend a hearty
welcome to Mr. Smith aud his lain
ily. C R. Bone has commenced plowing
his now orchard ground. He is using
a dlso gang plow which turns a strip
of laud 18 inches wide. This imple
ment does more and better work in
old ground than any other plow we
have ever seen.
One of the advuntnges of , the soil of
Willow Flat has over other portions
of the valley, is that the ground never
bakes no mutter how wet it is worked.
This feature is of special importance
where early plowing is noeoswiry, as
the plow may tw started as soon us
the frost leaves the ground.
The muddy roads kept a good many
people away from literary Saturday
night, but the program was good
nevertheless, the papers being excep
tionally good. The question box will
be continued again next Saturday
night. It was decided to close for
the summer with the next session.
All the members are requested to
come next Saturday night and be
preparod to take some part on the
program. It should lie the best meet
ing of the season.
A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY'.
That the Willow Flat leads in scien
tific data as well as iu the production
of fine apples and straw berries, is evi
dent from the following: F. L. Mas
soe in digging out an old pine tree on
Ills place was having considerable
trouble with stones. He dually struck
one very much larger than any of the
others. After much hard labor, with
the man who was helping him, they
finally succeeded in getting it out of
the hole at the foot of the tree.
The peculiarities of the slnipn of the
stone aroused his curiosity, whereup
on they begun an Investigation and
upon careful examination, found it
to be a petrilied Siwash chief with a
basket of Willow Mat Splteu bergs
apples on his arm.
We are having some fluo weather
at present and are getting ready to
begin on our spring work. The busy
season is now drawing nigh for the
M. A. Cameron is doing some grub
bing on his laud ho got of W. (!.
for one yur. Benieinher;
The Dodsou brother have taken it
contract to grub two acres of land tr
Itev. J. V. Jenkins' land formerly a
part of the J. F. Dodsou honic.sl end.
Our school will not be out until
the lust of March, as our teacher v.a
sick last winter uud Joi-t a good deal
of time, which runs the school lab
'. A. Ma.-M'o of Willow Flat wa.
visiting lart Sunday with .M. Came
ron. Harry Dod,-on if getting to he quite
a horse trader. Hois making i-unv
There was a good attendance a:
Sunday school la.-t Sunday. Rev.
Davidson preached mi interesting sor
mon after Sunday school.
Kev. V. A. Klkius, pastor of the
Valley Christian church will preach
to us in the school hou-e, beginnim
next Monday evening, at "r.W o'eioi I
and will prime h each evening during
the week. All lire invited to come
and help in the work.
Mrs. A. T. Dodge has been, on tin
sick list but is getting better ai, pres
ent. Our literary d ride I to quit next
Saturday until the fL! Satui.iny in
October, and want to make m-vt Sat
urday a livjly timo in the shape .
the best program we have hud yet.
Last Saturday was the liveliest time in
ever had at our literary since it .e;;;m
and tho.ii) who did not attend, missed
the hottest time of the season, iii.l
the fireworks were in the rear end of
the house. borne ot the boys, nie
slightly disfigured but still in the
Basket, ball is all the go here no,,.
There will he a game played h(i"
next Saturday for the ehanadom-hi"
of tiie coast, between the old men and
thn boys, A hot time i.- expected.
W. A. Ofbel-l onme down from
Mount, Hood last Kundav and i- gidua
to set his bear traps w i; kin tee next
There was preaching at the sehot
house last Sunday ami a large crowd
was in attendance.
One of V. 11. Durkees' hoiscs l:.s
had the staggers the la-L few day.-, but
is getting better now.
H. S. Richmond is still shipping
apples to old Mexico. That ijea1.
well for tlds as an apple country. I
has sold nil that lie could raise in tla
The logging camps have all elo-i d
down and moved out and won't sla t
up again until they gel the railroad
here, so Fred Wishurt informs us.
Our literary is held every I'rid. y
evening at the hall. There was a lar;a
crowd iu atlciidnnce la.-t Friday even
ing. A good program was leudere i.
The K'.'hool directors at. e. M'ho-iJ
meeting last Saturday evening ibvi I
ed to sign a contract with our preta ;t
teacher for lima l' r tci in of school, a:
every one without : u exception are n
favor of retaining t he same teachci -i.
We have had one of tea i loi-f Mere, v
fuJ terms ever taught here.
Spring seems to he really hero lit d
the robins and the n. aiie .v lurks a."
with us once more.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. C. Mill' r T" at
Saturday and Sunday in Hood I'ju r,
visiting their daughter, who is at
tending school there.
The ladies of the Artisan hiih. ii it; t
at the home of Airs. I. I'. Lai-Vr!
Thursday, February 2'i, en Lmdii. s
connected with the lodge
J audit r-
froshmonts were enjoyed att.i
work iu hand was completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Vaulhleis :n:
Hess visited Hood Fiver S.dttrd
Mr. Miller of -.admits is Ia n
lug his son E. 0. M iller.
One of Mr. Durkee's laaves,
whs sick for scearl d.iyn died 1;
We are sorry lo lrr.rn thai ihc lit
daughter of Mr. and Mr.-:. 'J', ii. I,
wood is very ill.
Ln t Saturday on . dee. if,,,
went entei lal iucd at t he hum
ami Mrs. I. !. La if, it;.. I he cm i
lug's entertainment v.a oj card L a
number of selt ci ions of piano n u If
by the hostess, which nil enjoyed to
the uttermost. This was followed by
the popular game of the Inu.drvd. i
a late hour the guests w.i u.dat-d
to the dining roetn. V It' "i a t.d I,
bountifully laden with many .i...',v
and appetizing di he. on s i.
Still the guesls licg' red . einia !y
unwilling to dia er.-e, 1 1 n . I : a : 1 11 , . e
favored with more music. Alh rsieg
i stock h
. v. t
(hoe prices are fur tin, ,'
ii.se a i'e'.v Hd i.'oodnighls were
!i.'Ui:iy taut .. n an i ai! voting it.ttie
i n s', i-ujoya ' I -of'tr spent by them,
better join li, .'. ;1 bal.s.
H i cing the fet i lh Sunday iu the
nurd n, i !a u
;:-V. la ..Car
vacaac; !ei. '
-,i .''Uy liua.l i
each pereaa. ,
A vcrv i,.'.
rendered I v
; ryicea were held.
('.burn Mipplied the
, ; 1 y the pastor.. A
. I" iu attendance,
ie! Mr. Vi.utuieih hare
a hur.-e prepiyutury to
'..-ting program van
I i.j.du et tlm ,-ehool
f oil.-a on the "ia.
The ,-aov. i. ;.'.i!ig fa.-t and xpring
-e -ias to If. i. a' i.t hand. Kveiyoue
li pi'-i ia iijy i . tia-ir i-pring crops.
(.'' tipiatiu I ',-. arc tsci, rly through
I'ltuiug Uinx t o mountain. Th y
v. ill Jinv,) to 1 'au'iv Cat legs from the
fuet n! the naamtaiii to the river.
.Viatt Mra: .in n ports thn floods as
deing good .,"!.. on the rjvor for the
."i'TiOiiiiiiee. C" M'uds from one to
t'.vo u day.
Il-'pn i-.-u'dI ive William Coate .will
l,e tail'. l:;,:e (dvinpia iu two or
;':'. v.-r !.
11m 1. 1 ' . pax - itigiag in tiie
- he -'li la a- . t'ut m in a mild fonii
and dec ; t ,,t In-' '. 1 ry long.
A Meat !: ii-'-'a ii t iiied : targe v.Md
i at. ale.,,, 'i.ta',. en'!; .Saturday even-
i'dfa. iM.i.-lin'a ltl'Je grand diiugh
ter. lk)&-i,.jM ,'e-iatii-g hor fur a few
W. ii. Cole, one of our merelmnts
ji)'-t. r - h line Jr.n,'. Kt.fi? for hin
value1. I-. p;.j , -a, uud ca.-h.
A f r ; ' eii ',' circulated for .sub
teCpCcta ! l uiid a church, the do
a,i! u.iif in 'a : v ery librr.-il own. We
ai" in i'i, i. ,-ee a line church erect
ed iie,-e i,, i; d. The building will
l'iit cl out, ' r-:l.
ia 'e Si..i.h . aueht n line black fox
in ilia 1. 1 i the lur of uldeh is very
t'eiudi a V'.; -i wa.i over to Lyle la.-it
'Veii. c,a..' .a. .-.la.vly on the. now
I he iiaa.ee ai . i .t tchool hoiiaO wan
U'ii id.!.' tided.
V. A. lit'.',', riiiaJ scp nie:-r, wus
i'l i ade.-ve, .,! urday.
X I'inat j I, !i, for Sherman counl v
aai'.i. Mfi" li'.i.eil i-t viidiilll,' lit
hiitee ..: l-.-r i areiith. Mr. uud
Mi-, lid i;n.'. i 1 '.' ood.
Air. tit.d '; -.. V. I). Moore of White
"'aitaon i,.!i' a' ietidinir the ur-
t.'t.i! a;a; io;; i . I ! . . rit!i:;ti here.
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ia:1en .(,',. -..;,!! 'a oi'iiuied ;i
ta-e I ' ' If-f eatt.rdav with 1 1
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bee., ill Una '. fiiii cliaii'tira,' I he
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in;.a lie. -ij. IllUrl! tut ' a ;t. iu the pi'e.i
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v.-. i 'aw leader.
Latest Novelties, the very Latest Creations in
Ladies' Collars and Ties. All the newest tilings
from I5c up to $5.00.
These are the newest things from one of the f
best and most up-to-date Neckwear houses in New j
York. Call and
Ask to see our Lace Curtains from 75c to $7.50
per pair. Also White Bedspreads from 31.00 up.
They are marvels of beauty.
J. R. NICKELSEN
Vehicles and Agricultural Implements.
Road Wagons, Jv81'0.1"1! a8sort1 -n1r(,;;'1 ,oF
FsrfSl WSOnS, factory. Tf you contcniiilatc jmrcliasinji-n
n .. ,, new bupgy or Spring Yv','toii soon, come s i x !
iiCiSVery WagCnS, look tm UHk over, mul pick out wlml- vuii
Crspinrf vv'.'int. A fomplcte lino of high-class uud i!n-
jpnng WdgOnS. diuin gmdo work, at prices that are right.
Sentinel Jr., Bean, Pomona, Rochester, Fruitall
also Extra Hose, Nozzles and Connections.
A full stock of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and re
pairs, Grubbing .Machines and Wire Cable, Aennoter Wind
Mills, luu keve I'unips, Bolster Springs, Hoyt's Tree Sup
ports and llanford's Balsam of Myrrh. Extra, Buggy
Tups. Cushions, Dashes, Poles, Shares, Singletrees and
Died At his homo in l'ine (iroyo,
l.'iiturday. l-'ebruary "io, the ridiuK
(tony in' Airs. Will Scobee.
Mr.-, John Koiierj; and two children
:-'ieut V:i.-hiiiKton'M birthday with her
parents, .Vir. uiil Mm. 11. Luge.
Ca-eiide LockH peoplo lire enjoying
line weather, which eeins nice after
the cold t-p 11. From all appearances
.-priiiK is here.
The t-'tiu mill of t he Wind River Lum
ber Co., which cloned down during
(lie cold tipell, 1h again running.
Our public kcIiooI has been com
; elh it to close becau.io of diphtheria
among some of the pupils. There
are no M'l'ioiiM case.
Mr, Mogciaa spout a few hour in
town one day last week.
X. 0. Sanford, the commission
merchant, received a carload of hay
lust Friday. The hay Hold very read
ily. Mr. Saufoi'd lias been doing a
good bu.siuos this winter.
.Mrs. Axtrell is now proprietress of
our commodious hotel. Stio appears
to lie doing a gooti business, it is
said that she sets a splendid table.
We are pleased to see the steamers
on tiie river again; Manager Camp
bell of the KcgtilMor line was in Cas
cade Locks last Friday, wearing a
.-mile that showed him to be satisfied
with the steamboat business on the
The remains of the late Miss Helen
i'.mersou were laid to rest on Tuesday
February "Jb Appropriate services
. .-re laid at the Valley Christian
church of which she was an honored
member. Servcies were conducted bv
ih v U. A. Klkius, pastot' of the
church. The funeral was atten led by
a ry large utttuberof people aud sor-
awing fncutls. There was a tine dis
play ot w i'cat iis ami Mowers. We may
iy i aai tieu nor money nor time tier
liiiictvr loiiug hearts and nullum
aid! do have been .-pared to pro
ne!...., but uheii grim monster
e a; li s -i.m.aons conn's, all must
I.".-. We extend to tile liereaved on-
n:.-and family, our .-Ulcere svmpa
hen you need your bor.-e er cow
doct.i'c d jt -t call on the Kockford
-tere .-"! 1 .a t your prescription filled,
ami it you have no presreiption l.ix'k-a-i
v. ill Ni .e you one that is almost
i .-..ie cui". a- Hockford has had
-o a.- experience in d.H'toring horMs.
lu-t received ti i.iiiintity of ground
!a -ctl, also cracked corn.
V. a-aiuu-t iu's birtliday wns observed
by our pul.'ic schools, also hy our
;..t.;! oar.-;. ,. Some were disappoint
..I. Ion elti-ur that it was a legal hcli
'.ii'': son.-e even went to the bank and
stumbled up against the doer before
hey reali?-d that it was Washing
-Mrs. H. 1 Shoemaker returned
homo Wednesday of last week after a
-otSA J ools. x
- .(M J tii.Bn
Jr. and Iron Ago Garden
H ram ft (i
htSESr H yCJ
ow s the tune to choose your
:irden tools, and choosing them
1. . 1 ,
,)oti nave ii linger vanery to
select from than
IMJV ,otir lmpiemeni
XtAJ.A you will liave cuise
and long wear
visit of a week or more w ith friends
The Barrett school closed on Tues
day for about two hours so that all1"
might attend funeral service of the
late Miss Helen Emerson.
Mrs. E. Brayford has just received
four very nice liarrod Plymouth Itock
chickens from prize winning stock.
Tlioy have pure yellow legs and leaks.
Mrs. li. intends to keep pure stock
and sell eggs for sotting purposes.
The Camp boys have been busy cut
ting down some trees on Clark street.
We need more trees cut down so as to
keep our roads in good shape.
We extend to Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Davenport our sincere sympathy in
their bereavement over the loss of
their littlo sou Marion.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Heed, February, '22 l!Ni", a daughter.
The wee lassie arrived on Washing
tons' birthday, and the fond papa says
the National holiday lias a new sig
nification iu his family.
Miss Omeg, after spending several
days visiting with Mrs. Lindsay, re
turned to her home at Tho Dalles
Tuesday of last week.
Nathau Brackott and Mrs. Duun
returned home from Portland last
Friady, and tho former celebrated his
811th birthday, February i 1SH.IT.
A few of tho Crapporites attended
services at tho Belmont church Sun
day evening. 4
Miss Frieda Prigge, who went to
Portland three weeks ago for medical
treatment, is still at that place.
Miss Leta Martin celebrated her
sixth birthday on the vifth ini-t bv
entertaining a party of her school
mates at tho home of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. P. II. Martin.
All of those who were on the sick
list last week are on ihe road to re
covery. Duncan Martin is running his
stump puller ou Professor Arr.OMiu's
Bond Supervisor, B. F. Falelman
put a force of men to work on the
road Monday of this week.
Miss Mary Wickham returned home
from Portland Mondav of this week
after visiting a few davs with Mrs.
Komero of that place.
Miss Maude Strunal.au was on the
sick list last week, lior sister, M i-s
Ida, took charge of tho ,-chool during
her illness. We are glad to note t!s!
she is g i far recovered that she is able
to lie at her post of duty again.
Mrs. Cunning and children, of Hood
River are visiting this week with her
sister Mrs. Nellie Taylor, and her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Wickham.
Goo. P. Culbert on & Co. are niv au
thorized agents for the r. nting o"f mv
houses and selling town and coimtrv
Pnlerty. H. C. CUE. '
iiimi li I f 1 111 Wafca-. -c .. W f1XJ.n if.-. I
Jiorn To Mr. and Mrs. .1.
man, I cbniarv 'j; -a pair of
O. Ka .t
I '-pound girl ana b. pound l ev.
! are well.
Clyde Clenaau is
f'i i an
n a ot
j The lie lit hide : ' aid v ill
at the home !' ..: ra. lh- odtiiwait
j day uttei aaoa. .M ;-, cu (.
'-era and Irian-.! .- .-(. requested
l pro-out. They will hava a si
j bui- i l)es meet inr;.
. 1 'li
st i . li
j l.'cv. Cotau'i; ; t eta !a-.i to
gr .;ai.ion oi' he ,.;, ,
j Church, Sunday cwuiitie.
itf M. E.
The 1 .lite liei! - and
i blooming in lvi:..i a.
.sea went to Portland,
ilecota; aitii"d nil old
aa.iu-t, to the .-ojdiera'
a. :, Sal : i la Lay. Febru.iiy
v.-iT r turn seen,
i ',. ! a ant. ami. pick some
ma aider from Crupper
i !(. iteiuiotit last Suu-
Come out io
'1 here wcr.. i:
1 He tana
the Lew i-a
i'.oa wdl shew
Clda. ink sal
I i a well ma
a of a I;.
men, If aii
in the b aver
1 itialine ,;
the missae s
and H- i,.t e
dy "f the chimetJ
a nitt! pictures of
a, d I
in the seven-
I H (tie
Give nature three helps, and
nearly every case of con
sumption will recover. Fresh
air, most important of all.
Then, a r:-:',
the couqh nul
Ask any j;oj
"1 fl-t 'e.,.! v -a c
affi. 1 i,.e . s, ., t
rn,,. , i i,.- , ; ..
Aui,.a. o t;
tV .'V.. jii aa.
.1 comes next.'
!dc rj control
he a I the lungs.
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I '" H.IM..U it.'
i . -x .i jnt'tu. oi.;..
'-'" 'T UVTT.M...-t.;
bowelr. Aici i
-J on.; 1- Of M3
-sire with Avcr's Fids.
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