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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,
OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1816.
THE WHOLE SHOW
S.& C. Vaudeville
One Day Only
J iff: ; ' l'J
CLARA KIMBAU. .,
This Big $2.00 Production Will
Eo Shown at
Matinee and Evening. Admis
sion 10c Always. Others Wo-ild
Charge You More.
T)r. floulet of Woodbnrn is in tho city.
Charles A. Park went to Portland this
Mrs. K J. Staniiard c Woodbnrn
is in the citv.
L. A. Dior' went to Independence this
morning on business.
Dr. M. J. Butler of Monmouth wa in
in tho citv yesterday.
Attorney Ben S. Via is in Amity to
day transacting business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Brown of Inde
pendence were Salem visitors yester
day. Willis McElioy, tho well known
liand master is in tho city from Port
land. William Pi-etak, a fnrmer living enst
of Salem, is transacting business here
G. B. Brown of Bollinghnm, Wash.,
was in the city yestorday transacting
i When you have a bilious at
tack, or when you feci illness
coming on promptly move the
bowels, start the liver working
and put your entire digestive
system in good shape with a
dose or two of the time-tested
You will welcome the quick
relief and often ward off a
severe illness. Beecham's Pills
are carefully compounded from
vegetable products mild,
harmless, and not habit-forming.
Buy a box now. You
don't know when you may need
Beecham's Pills. A reliable
lamily remedy that always
.&mn .W mt Kit MnHlM I It. WarM,
WU orrvim, la boiM, 10 18
VICTOR POINT GLEANINGS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Victor 1'oiut, Or., Jan. 19 The snow
that has fallen the Inst week brought
with it it 8 store or pleasure, and a lit
tle discomforts too, perhaps, but too
slight to nur the delights of a diver-
! sion so rare.
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Savage
! were hosts for a delightful sleighing
party, asking as their guests the Miss
es Ava and Elsie Darby and Margaret
and Bertha Doerfler.
The Misses Amu and Mary Doerfler
win oe mo eiiainung nosts ror tne v. 1.
r.. emu Wednesday.
Tho "Coasting 'Party" Sunday
night, in which about twenty of the
young people here anticipated, was
without doubt, one ot the lollicst mid
winter affairs. Hot coffee, doughnuts,
pumpkin pie, etc., served as additional
M. Lorence and family spent Satur
day at Philip Fishers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. IX Darbv re con
valescing after an attack of la grippe.
Airs. w. iN. Savage called at the Phil
p Fisher home Sunday.
Coon and Jack rabbit hunting is tiie
popular past time of the enthusiastic
sportsman at present, already eight
coon and numberless rabbits have fall
en victims of the hunters' able marks
manship. Joe and Margaret Doerfler motored
to Salem tho latter part of-two weeks
Mrs. J. llotfncr is on the sick list
Fast Being Realized by Salem People.
A littlo backache at first.
Daily increasing 'fill the back is
lame and weak,
Urinary disorders may quickly fol
low; Dropsy and often Blight's disease.
TMb frequently is tho downward
course of kidney ills.
Don't take this course. Follow the
advico of a Snlcm citizen.
W. II. Bradley, farmer, 614 8. 21st
St., Salem, says: ''About two years
ago kidney trouble camo on me. First,
my back began to aeho, then pain
seoined to spread all over my body, like
rheumatism. Tho kidney secretions
were unnatural and I know that my
kidneys wore disordered. I rend an eti-
dorsoment of Dean's Kidney PHI. given
h f , j
-f.yT'ftwft."a X, Koi
some. Bofore I started tho second box
of this medicino I was almost entirely
free from pain and my kidneys acted
regularly. I havo used Donn's Kidney
Pills sinco with good results.'
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don 't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidnoy Pills the snmo that
Mr. Bradley had. Fostcr-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
J COURT HOUSE NEWS I
fi jft sf )c )c sfc jfc )c jc Jc )l kc )J( )Jc ))c
Fred Konkle, a 17 year old boy, who
has been living at tho home of a fann
er near Turner, was committed to the
county jail today charged with 1 crimp
against nature, lie will be sent to
tho state training scho'A by Judge
Hushey. Konkle was a ward of the
Bovs' and (.iiils' Aid society of Fort
land. The Pulni Confectionery store in 8il
verton iias been closed on au attach
ment in tho ease of Oeorgo K. Waters
against Hen Rosheim and others. The
sum named in tiie attachment is 403.
Israel Xclson, of Astoria, ninile his
way to tho Oregon state hospital nt 2
o'clock yesterday morning and applied
for admission. Kelson has been con
fined in" the nsvlnm six times before.
and feeling another attack coming on
hastened to the nsylum as soon as pos
sible. The cause of insanity is hered
ity according to tiio commitment
papers which were mado out today and
tiled in tho oniee of tho county clerk.
The estate of Mary A. Unnip, de
ceased, has been admitted to probate
by an order of Judge Hushey, Tho
estato is valued at :in,fl0 and the
heirs n.tincd in tho will consist of one
son, two daughters, 24 grandchildren
and four great, grandchildren. II. F.
Kamp, a son of tho deceased, has been
named ts administrator.
The case of J. H. donsburg against F,
M. Ford was on in the circuit court to
il vy. Jonsburg brought suit to recover
the sum of tf.VJO.M) alleged due for ser
vices remlereil, hosrd Hill and money
loaned and Ford brought In a counter
claim Of 63.r0. Itluft fc Miles ire
attorneys for the plaintiff and 1'oguc
and rage represent tne derendaut,
A mSOTTSTED STEEPLEJACK
Portland, Or., Jan. . Though he
gilded the steeple of M. francis ehurcit
'JfiO feet in the air, painted the flag
pole on thn Northwestern National
Hank building, 200 feet abovo the
pavement and foucht with the Jntun
eo at the siege nf Port Arthur, Clar
ence Itooney steeple Jack Is on crutches
toilay after falling ten feet from a
dinky water tank.
Ho intense is his disgust Hint he has
filed suit for 'i;,00U against tho Mil
The United Ktatet produced tenty-
nine of the sixty-six epoch making in
ventions. England seventeen, France
ten. Germany five. Italy two and Ura
cil, Austria and ttweden one each.
Jones Says Withycorabe
(Cof.tinned from rage One.)
a political debt, and then Jones recalls
some of his services in the interests of
the governor' candidacy and election.
Tried to Handicap Fair.
"The whole thing to start with,"
said W. AI Jones today, "is- that the
governor lias had it in for me ever
since 1 was elected secretary of the
fair board last April. He has told this
to certain parties, although he denied
it to me but he told certain members
of the board that 1 was not the man
for the place mid that he wanted a
strong agricultural nun.
"The governor has tried to handicap
the fair in every nay in tho world. I
am led to believe that he prevented his
son Bob, who has charge of the experi
ment station at Union from bringing
an exhibit to the state fair for the reas
on that I have certain letters from Bob
Withycombe saying that he could not
bring down an exhibit and there never
has been a time before that Union has
not had a creditable exhibit at the
M. I Jones to Promote; "Harmony."
"There is no question but that he
appointed M. L. Jones, a political and
personal enemy of mine, a member oflD? "sing ,ho bathtub or any large
the board after my election last April laundry tub, when washing machine
to stir up discoid and to get my sc lip.
This fact I had known for some time
but only yesterday did the governor
say, after he had tried every other
excuse for his action, that M: LV Jonas
was at the bottom of the whole thing
and that Lea was Jones' candidate and
that he diil not know that Lea would
even accept tin position nor had he
consulted with Lea about it. The party
to whom he mado the assertion an
swered by saying that this was not the
caso and that Lea had been consulted
and that he would accept;
Promised Lea, Job.
The governor substantiated this by
making the assertion to two members
of the board:
"I will see that Lea is elected sec
retary of tho state fair board if the
state fair goes to hades."
I want to say further in response to
the governor's denial about having
anything to do with my removal that
Mr. Havago fold both 'Mr. West and
myself that he was under pressure for
the governor and could not support me
and would have to vote for Lea al
though he hated very much to have to
do so. This happened at the office nt
the fair grounds on January 12 and on
a previous date Mr, SavagO' told me
"It looks very much as if the gov
ernor is interfering."
The Fair Gate Ticket Scandal
I know that, a certain member of the
board was adverse to an investigation
of a recent gate scandal that was un
earthed during the last state fair and
for tho following reasons. I do know
that Governor Withycombe was very
much in sympathy with the suppression
of the story, and although I cannot
say just how far he went in tho mat
ter I am led to believe it was to the
extent of having neve Sinipkins'
""me mado public, and shielding Hex
Turner, who, in my estimation, from
testimony at. hand, was tho main in
stigator in tho crime. When I uso the
J,,,' , ? ror n '
grand jury has already indicted
both Hex Turner and fleve Simpkins.
wor.l crime, I do so for the reason that
In tiie case mentioned,
ate my inference that the governor;
was a party in the much sought for
suppression of evidence in this case will
sny that I arranged a meeting with the
governor in his private office for the
purpose of ascertaining whether he was
opposed to my determined investiga
tion or not. It was hard to even eon
suit with him at all. And ho took up
. -a .1.- : i A.i
uiiini. u, iMtt tunc uav iciiing ine mtu n
was only a matter of $18 and that they
were two fine young men and that it
was not right to go on and prosecute
tiiem, ror it would blast tho rest ot
their lives for such a paltry sum."
"You Must Hush It Up."
I said, "Why, governor, for tho pro
tection of the fair board as well as
myself, f do not consider that I can
legally drop the matter and I nm cer
tain that I cannot morally."
Whereupon he became quite indig
nant mid repeated :
"flush it up, Hush it up. Hush it
I tell yon, Jones, you ve got to
hush it np. "
I toll him T had lived for 38 vears
and had never been obliged to hush
anything up before, and I was too old
to begin now.
Then tiie governor asked of me,
"Whnt do you want to seo me about
1 miid the district nttornev did not
bring il before the grand jury during
ihc October term of the circuit court
and I demanded that he, is governor, Rnd aensoning till tender enough to
should see that this prosecution waspipi chop up a little cooked chick
earned out. He said that he had not.ii- pn or VPIlI. mix with mUKhr(mn)s,
ing to do in the matter and I told him i Pound together and run through food
that the 1H U session laws provided ohfir,pnr or ;,. A(1(, BmM ()an.
that if the, district attorney failed to;tity of tlli,k pram or bcnt hJt(ff
prosecute that it was up to tho gov- .,i .h ,,
ernor to appoint-3, district attorney."
Aiumi no x3 oiuua,
"Why, yon are mistaken, Jones," re
plied tho governor, "That lnw relatos
only to prohibtion,"
1 answered, " Von are the one who la
mlstnken, this law was passe,! In 11)11)
mid the prohibition law in 101.1."
He then, got his session laws and
read the chapter over twice and then
shook his head and said:
"It's too had, too bad, too bad. 1
giiets I'm stuck for it."
Then I asked him what to do lu the
mntter and no replied that I should do
us the board directed In the initter
nnd I toul him that I had tho written
nutiiorixnlion from three members of
thi board to go on with the prosecu
tion and the oral niithoriratioa from
N, K. West. I told him I did not ex
pect to get an authorisation from toe'
other member as there was not on file
a single nrswer of any kind thnt I had
receivid 1 mm him a piece of eorrcs
porden'w concerning the s1te fair.
Helped Win Uie Shaft.
I know no reason why the governor
should tnke a hand in my removal is
he to il Mr. Msvnir tnat he hail in nsv i
a political debt to Bert Lea after I had
wnrrkeit with fmh Withycombe not only
during the November election but
through the triniarlea for his father
for governor. The governor know, this
as Bob Withycombe has told his father
toe above facts. Jle nbo knows that
I did support his requests during the
legislature as far as I thought was
right nnd the only place I kicked was
when Putnam, his private secretary,
came to me and asked me to support
SIMPLE HOME REMEDY
This cough eure is worth its weight
in gold. The herbs can be purchased
at drug stores. One package bore
hound, one package eomfrey root,
one package mullein. Take half of
each one and steep In a pint (or a
little more) of water (put on in cold
water). Steep well and strain; , Add
to one-half pint of thick syrup made
of brown sugar, cook a few minutes
and it is ready for use. It is excel
lent. Take half teaspoonful every half
hour till cough is relieved.
THINGS WORTH KNOWING
When kitchen soap becomes thin,
ust stick it onto another bar and it
will finally became a part of it, thus
avoiding small particles . which are
such n nuisance.
In pearling embroidered scallops,
is it better to use cotton thread then
embroidery floss. Tho work will be
much less clumsy.
Blankets may be readily
Us not available. .Make a strong
soapy solution and pour over
blanket, then use an ordinary colan
der and draw tho water up and down
with vigorous pull. This creates a
suction and the dirt is easily drawn
Outing Flannel Slippers. To keep
the feet warm, make slippers of
heavy,, colored outing flnuncl, having
them como well over top of the foot
and about up to the angle bono Out
bottom of slippers on a fold of the
goods so there will be so seam to
hurt the feet, and cut, roonding
around heel and toe. Sew up in neat
seams and hem upper 2 edges. Pat
tern can bo bought, or it may be cut
over a stocking foot, allowing plenty
of room for seams and for looseness,
as they do not stretch to fit the foot
as do Btockings.
Oysters as Fried in Restaurants.
Dip oysters in batter made of one
egg and one-fourth pint of sweet
milk or cream; then roll in cracker
crumbs or corn meal; fry in hot fry
ing pan with plenty of butter.
Meat Loaf. One and one-half pounds
beefsteak put through meat grinder
with one small onion. Roll ten soda
crackers fine. Mix meat, onion, one
egg and crackers with enough sweet
milk to make moist ; salt and pepper to
taste. Put in baking dish, pour over a
littlo more milk, put in oven to bake
three-fourths hour, line hot or cold.
Baked Rice. A delicious, inexpen
sive dish. Put plain cooked rice in
buking dish, add cream cheese as you
would do spaghetti, then strain
enough tomatoes over this to moisten
it well; season with suit and red pap
per to taste. Bake one-half to three
fourths hour in moderate, oven.
Hamburg With Dumplings. A cheap
dish; will serve family of four. Get
one pound hnmburg Bteak, fry with on
ions until nice and brown (do not make
into cakes). Put into a kettle about
1 1-2 pints boiling water, add meat and
four medium-sized potatoes cut into
cubes. Salt and pepper to taste.
uumpiiiigs: uno large cup flour, one
teaspoon baiting powder, a little salt.
Muko a stiff dough adding a little wa
ter. Drop in smnll spoonfuls on top
of meat and potatoes. 8immor twenty
minutes. Keep lid tight on kettle. If
gravy is too thin when done, add
littlo thickening. Easy to make: your
; .1 L.i i
supper is done in one half hour.
Fig and Cheese Helish. Make
small incisions in as many figs as one
desires; fill with cream cheeso moisten
ed with a little sweet cream salad or
with crackers and coffee at end of a
Muffins, Put one egg and one tea
spoonful each of salt and Rugar into
mixing bowl, Bent slightly. Add
one cup milk or water, then add flour
with two teaspoons of baking pow
der. Use enough flour to muko con
sistency of enko dough. Bukn in quick
oven, If more liquid is added, this
makes delicious pancakes.
Steamed Pudding. Put one table
spoon of preserves or jam in the bot
tom of each gem pun. Make a bat
ter of onc hnlf cup sugar, one cup
sifted flour, butter size nf egg, yolk
of one egg beaten, one-half cup milk,
one teaspoon baking powder, white
of egg beaten stiff and folded in last;
pinch of salt. Steam or bake.
Mushroom Cream Sandiwches.
Peel ami chop a few fresh mush
rooms and stew with a littlo butter
taste with salt and
I nn jk. ,,.,,
between slices of
Senate Pi'l Xn. .112 giving tho govern
or tho relieving power. I told him
this was going entirely too strong nnd
the jovi rnor snbl he wauled U give ft
clean idministration for the best inter
ests of the peoplo and he could not do
this without this power and I voted
for the bill nnd I have.no one to blaine
but invself. "
EVERY THREE MINUTES
0!1E DIES III THE U. S.
The Anti-Tuberculoaia Society illos-
rmteii the frightful toll of eonsumolion
K ..iin....hin & !!.,, iKr.
minutes, and ihowl that it is the mart
or woman, girl or boy, who neglect
cold, whose blood is impore, who (eels
weak and languid, who is th Very
onfl to contract tuberculosis and
none are immune,
During dianirjnjr cMn, OT after
.itkne,,, Wood-quality ii mosl Impor-
. . I ..... . i ,
lant. ni if nd your family will
take; Scott's Emulsion alter meal il
will charge your blood with health
sustaining rkunesa. mitcken circulation.
and strengthen both lungs and throat.
Scott's is free (rmn alcohol easy to
take It c n n i it linrtn. C.ct a lxitlle tiwlav.
Bntl ft frittiis, MMHtiiic U, N.J, li-il
E. L. Stiff &'S6n
Cold Weather Needs
Our Big Sale of all kinds of Bedding has been
so successful that we have decided to continue
it as long as the stock lasts. We list a few prices
out of many bargains.
50x76 $1.25 Cotton Blankets, now, pair
60x76 $1.50 Cotton Blankets, now, pair
Full size $2.25 Cotton Blankets, now, pair
Full size $2.50 Plaid Blankets, now, pair
Full size $4.50 Wool Blankets, now, pair
Full size $5.50 Wool Blankets, now, pair
Full size $6.50 Wool Blankets, now, pair
E. L. STIFF & SON
! We sell for less because our expenses are lowest. 1 " 1 1 ;r
SALEM, Court and Liberty Phone 941 ALBANY
GRAY. JJSE SAGE TEA
Lon't Look Old! Try Grand
mother's Recipe to Dark
en and Beautify Faded,
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy nair can only be had by brewing
a mixture, of Sago Tea and Sulphur.
Your hair is your charm. It makes or
mars the- face. When it fades, turns
gray, streaked and looks dry, wispy and
scraggly, just an application or two of
Sago and Sulphur enhances its appear
ance a hundredfold.
Don't bother to prepare the tonic;
yon can get from any drug store a 50
cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Bui-
phur (Jontponnd, ready to uso. This
can always be depended upon to bring
back tho natural color, thickness and
lustre of your hair and remove dan-,
drnff, stop scalp itching and falling!
F,verybody uses "Wveth'a" Sage and . A "rh(101 o instruction will be opened
Sulphur because it darkens so naturally n.v Company M for tho non-commission-and
evenly that nobody can tell it has r' officers as well as tho privates,
been applied. You simply dampen a 'Lieutenant Dana II. Alien will havo
sponge or soft brush witn it and draw chaigo of tho non-cominisioned officers
this through tho hair, tuking one small and Corporal Mclnturff of tho privates,
strand at a time; by morning tho gray All non-commisisonod officers aro re
hair has disappeared, nnd after another 'quired to atand the school. Company il
application n necoiiies ncauuiuiiy aara
and appears glossy, lustrous and abun
State Health Officer
Praises Eastern Oregon
T . .,r;l i rr.A ..,!,
nu,M '"i"""" " -i- j j , jj, Kellogg having successfully pass-
femive nfanngcnient and producing such cd tho examination, will become cor
commendable results and I wish to go poruls. Victor Bredeson has been pro-
on record as commeniling tho people of
Pendleton, and tho Stnto of Oregon in
general in having such nn Institution as
the Kastnm Oregon State hospitul lu-
This is whnt Pr. Dnvld TT. Robert?
stfttn health officer nnd state rerrlstrar
of vital statistics said after vlsiling tho
hospital of which Dr. W, 1). McNnrj is
. . . . . :
Dr. RoheTg went further to sny thnt
he had traveled practically all over tliel
United States nnd had spent last year
in Europe for the stnto of Oregon and
was familiar with the methods, treat
ment and general renditions prevailing
fhriiiiifhont like Institutions In all parts
of the world hut he find iWa me)t,,lii
and treatment which have not yet reach-
ed the eastern states. .
jrrracr. ne nso only the highest pra se
for the Pendleton Institution", commend-
Inir it In every detail of the work, and
further said that when the general run
institutions when properly managed and
riiiMiMi irn run give ne psiienrs noirer
freafment and earn- than fan the pr!-
'I. r,w,-.,j , i ii in w inn rfinson me(
there is slwsvs the element of personal
gain to be token into consideration In
the private hospitals while In etato In
stitutions this Is entirely absent and
lfli brainy, r.omnetnnt men in ehnrire
the state Institutions are far superior
in every war to the m-Wate.
Another advnntnge these rlnyst One
.icn.n't, have to bother with an umbrella.
25 Discount on any Heater
in stock. All sizes and kinds
to pick from. Now is your op
portunity to get the Heater you
have been wanting and needing
Boston, Jan. 19. Joe Azvedn of Nne
rinnento was knocked to tho floor fur
the first time since ho has been fighting
when, he was knocked out by Chancy
White in tho first round with a right
to tho jaw.
St. Taul, Jan. lit. Hike Gibbons
knocked out Young Ahem in the first
round after one minute of fighting last
night. Tho Britishci never had a look
in. Denver, Colo., Jan. 11). Johnny Dun
dee and Joo Mundot will fight lit ew
Orleans February 21, Dundee's malin
ger said today. Thft winner will get. a
chance at Freddie Welsh's lightweight
titlo on March 4, at New Orleans.
N'ew York, Jan. 1!). Leach Cross will
have a busy time hetweon now and Feb
ruary 10, when he will have four bouts.
Tonight ho will clash with Johnnie Har
vey at the Manhattan club, A week
from tonight ho will meet Frankie
' n"noy , ncre'
LOIllDanV 1VI tO Ullfin
vUIIIUIJ HI IV VJGU
School of Instruction
is now the- host drilled and most cf-
ficient company in the state ami the of
ficers of the company intend to main
tain this standard, r Qunrtcrmnste
Francis M. Bantu suecessfull ypassed
the examination hold a short time ago
and has been promoted to first sergeant.
r'nrimrul. XT,. T. Alt',,,-.! Ul,.,r 1.
SpuuMlng and James G. Martin also
pHNM(j ih examinations and have been
pfnmote to the rank of sergeant. Private
r..Ti,t'i' a i c,i,.r, ,i
" '" 111 " , "'
Martin to artificer.
Moor 'ifIa rftR 00
this week and will be in chnrge of I.ieu-
tenant Nccr. All who failed to qualify
tts marksmen arc required to tuko a
course In shooting in order to bring up
DJ. Uln.irwn A wn
DIKING IICWCIJ) nic
Proceeding With Care
n n 1 P. i
Un i ronosed Mructure
In behalf of tho board of viewen
which is selecting the plans for tho pro
P0M1 bridge .-rose the Willamette rlv
at this P&J'o
..r " ""i"
,f ""'"'tion of tne plans. Mr. Mo-
ItX IT! Xotn
iai 1 1 in
""" 11 i '
Recipe For a Good Time
One Triangle Program, Spiced with Clever Charac
ter Songs by the well i t n
known Baritone .. . Donald MCKiTegOT
Ready to ServeThursday, Friday, Saturday
OREGON of Course
kindly offices of tho stoto highway en
gineers und that tho expert advice had
been of valuable assistance to tho
board in checking over tho plans.
Scouo from tho thrilling picture nt The
Bligh theatre todny only.
Makes Your Stuffed,
Head Clear as a Bell
M hen you wnko In tho morning
plagued with tho tortures of head cold
and catarrh, head, nose ami throat
stopped up, air passages clogged with,
obnoxious catarrhal discharges that,
havo collected during tiio night nnd
you can hardly breuthe just put a
littlo llyoiuei Pocket Inhaler charged
nilh the pleasant l-eiiling oil of ilyu
mei between your 1 -is. Holl it there
winle dressing and reniho the mo.l i -rated,
antiseptic, ge i killing nir dec;
into your nose, thro t and lungs with
overy breath you di ,v.
By tho time vou uro dressed your
head will bo clear as a bell, you will
breathe with ease and comfort, eat
our breakfast with n relish und go
about your day's work with a clear
fcrmn and steady eye.
This clean smelling, germ destroying
nir of llyomel penetrntes deep dowi
into every fold and crevice of tho
niembianous linings of your
.. j ....... ......
throat mid lungs where no liquid sprny
cuuiil possibly get ami absolutely Mils
and drives out of your system every
germ it finds there, heals the inflamed
Hwullen tissues and after the very first
trial you notice a wonderful Improve-
mem. a lew weess- uso ami every ca-
u"M Rrrm n,i i
of your system.
Druggists everywhere think so well
of Hyomei thnt they agree to give yon
a iiiarnutoo with every complete in-
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