Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 11, 1918, Page TWO, Image 2

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    THSDAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1913.
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Lift Off Corns!
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Be Exhausted In Marion
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IMPORTANT NOTICE!
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To Elgin Six Owners
Elgin Factory Mechanist, Arthur
R. Winberg, will be in Salem
Tuesday and Wednesday of this
week to inspect all Elgin Sixes.
This is one of the many ways the
Elgin Motor Car Corporation
have been co-operating with
their Elgin owners. Have your
car at the Elgin Six salesroom
on the above dates.
LEE L. GILBERT, Distributor
156 S. Commercial St. Phone 361 Salem, Oregon
By CAEOL 8L DIBBLE
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(Continued from page one)
'mi
It ii sore of a itoi&ox. Ncverthelci
they SMS he.-e fur next Saturday and
ino com-oii.?d action of 60 of the lead
in? aierrlmar, uf the city will make the
uay one tj tin icmcuibered. Tho follnw.
ing merchants w'll offer speciul price:
""r. aw UOMt'ANY
LadieV and Men's rihoea.
XAFOURY BROTHERS
Ladies' Furnishings.
A. W. 8CHRUNK
Grw.erloe and Dry flood.
E()8TB1N & GRKKNJEJAUM
ladies' Furnishing Goods
BAIT h. FARMER HARDWARE CO.
uarawaro, cutlery, Silverware, etc.
WVHJIjWUKTU CO.
5c, lOo and 15o Goods.
VIC KBHOTHEK8
Automobiles, Tractors, Auto Supplies
etc.. '
Y ALLEY MOTOR 00.
Automobiloa and Tractors.
!! T. HAENK8
Men 'a and Ladies' Furnishings, etc.
J. L. BUSJCK & BON '
(Jroeoriee and Produce.
SALEM HARDWARE CO.
Hardware Cutlery and Silverware,
6ALEM WOOLEN MILLS STOKE
Men's Furnishing goods, i
W. W. MOORE
Furniture and house furnish!
IIARTMAN: BKOTHEltS CO,
Jewel ft m nn1 tt !(; no
MYttTLE KjNOWLAND
Sonona Phono trrAiihai and nr .,:
THE BOOTERY
Mon'e and Ladies' Shoes.
J. C. PENNY CO.
Men' and Ladies' Furnishings, Dry
Goods, ete. ,
ROTH GROCERY CO.
Fancy and RtaiYla nmM.u.
THE FRENCH HEOP , ' ... .
Millinery and Millim. d.,i,'..
IMPERIAL FUEN1TUKE CO.
wniture, Bboves, House Furnish
ings. el.
E. L. STIFF & SON
Furniture. Pianoa Tallin ir..i.t
0. S. HAMILTON "
Furniture, House Furnishings, Stoves
and Ranirpa.
BUREN'S FURNITURE STOHTi!
Furniture. Ckrneta. tn
0. J. BOIIEI
Men's Furnish in pa.
P. E. FULLEHTON
Millinerr and Lalina' Rim.
GEO. C. WILL
The Pionoer Muwift Timum nf Solon.
G. W. JOHNSON & nn
Men 'a Clothiuir. Hnta. KW. i
A. J. PAWS ' ' "
Blunt1. KhnA Hiii-M-Hn. CinA
GAM & CO. '
General Merchandise,
Mrs. Carl Beckett fClee . Keiraen)
detitrhtfullT entertained tta' nenifaera
oi me ia Area Jub an a lew addi-
tnwsi twesU last niiht at her home
im me vt auaee road. A short bumaess
meeting of the club preceded a rdeaa-
aat social hour. A number cf mimical
selection eifta by Misa Leoaa Peter
son, Miss Joy Turner and Carl Beckett
ootatribttted to th en jovment of the
evening, aa did alsa the recitation t)T
joiss uayneii ueciett.
A tlleASIirshlA tnnuiu vaa AnrJA
the hostess, a bride of a few months,
wuru ton ciuo nmoers preaentea ner
wild two imajoni ninM. f m ver.
She was assdatexl in serving by Mrs.
v. vi. ueceri-
Thorn
ninirfl ViliUrt Vf; Took A..t.nn
Miss Bertha AValrlnrf. Mm Kmim Wl'
uvn, jaiss woy lurner, iisb iuaoie
f id
Ruby Baker, Misa Viola Taylor, Ada
.Uias Mania Ajidreeen. Misa Dora Aa
dresen, Miss Thelma Blessing, Miss
Ijonnft PptraAn Via 'Vollio. XfMno
Miss Uarol Dibble, Miss Gaynell Beck
ett, Onn.1 Kennen. .
graduating reeital of Miss La Von Cop-
OOl'k. tft La rivpm af thA 1'nmmpri-inl
Clltn fillflltiimim this- Avjtn i n o am fiatt
Coppock is the lash of the Salem stu-
..,-...- U A Tl t' L .
uviii-g ui miv. Anna nvgers xisn to re
ceive her diploma, the other DUDila of
the school bavins been presented in
recital by Mr Fish prior to her de
parture. The program which gives
promise of being exceptionally enjoy
able will begin at 8:15.
Mrs. Frederiei Tjimiuirt is nnented
home from Portland today, following
the departure of her husband for
Bremerton. Mr. Lamport recently en
listed in the navy. Mrs. E. S- Lam
port returned lost niirht from Port
land, where aha spent the week end
with her son and wife.
r T.annnnv H v.v.l.o'Kln It A In I
Bremerton for several months. Though
joining him often for tho week end,
Mrs. .Lamport will keep open her home
.. . T) T a T. 1 I . I
no dvtl jjojimnii rart jvir. una mm.
Arthur Betiima will'Temftin with Um
lamport for the present.
IIAU8ER BROTHERS
Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunition,
etc.
THE SPA
Candies, Ice Cream. Licht
THE GRAY BELLE
Candies, TeB Cream, Light Lunches.
THE SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS
Made to Measure Suits and Overcoats.
SAMPSON & GIDEON
Notions. T)rv ftimla Trui.
WATT 8HIPP CO.
Sporting Goods, Tires, etc.
U. G. SHIPLEY & CO.
Ladies' Fiirnijih-iTicra
BL1GH THEATER ' '
YE LIRRRTV THI1TP1)
OREGON THEATER
WM. GAHLSDORF
Thn Hlnro nf IInn.......
BREWER DRUG CO.
. Drags, Stationery, ete.
F1TTS MARKET
Fish. OvatnTR. fn
FALLS CITY SALEM LUMBER CO
ijumoor, Builders' Hardware, Paint
UllS. Kvprvthlnft n Tl.itM:. tr-i :.t
"uuuiuir iuaieuaj
INTERNATIONAL RUBBER SALES
Gates Halfsole Tires, Vulcanizing,
NEEDLEORAFT SHOP
. w-vv ui ( aj HJa
SALEM AUTOMOBILE CO.
(t hevrolot ageney) Tires and Bump
org.
off with fingers No pain!
According o the figures in the office '
of sheriff w.Lxeedham, ehaiman cf freezone" is Magic! Lift any Corn or Callus rfefif
the local exemutioa board, class I. will ....... . . O -
become exhausted arly in the fall, al!
depending at course on how quickly one
call follows another. .
Aa.nrflinrr tA thi TfifimAa nf th sher
tt a it ia fiiniwfl nut. toilav thprn nrp
206 nen ia clasa I, who are fully qual
ified and to this may be added men who
may anaury irora tae l.i recisterea
here Jane 5.
From this total number is to be taken
the 177 in the first calls, 65 of whom
will kin Jnn. "A It ohmit nt thn
late registrants quaary, it wouia leave
about 130 men ia elas? I after the 177
have been inducted into service.
The Teeords show that in class
are 22 in the remedial class; limited
service class 49; men who have taken
worn in tne snip yarns wj-ueunqiraiis,
1A. writ ae rrtV vtlivoiAolW OTOTninPll. ?!
' already inducted into the service by this
local ooara i-f.
But th main faet in which men m
-1 a . . . I.. . ...1 la
ciubsvs iwg iu luni arc jua-icamu
that after the 177 men now on
are iadueted into the service, there is
but 100 to 130 left in class 1 and after
that calls will be mada from tnose in
lass two, three ond lour.
The effort to re-examine nau re-das
sify many men mty add a number to
clasa 1, and als the proposed plan of
months. The voune men who registered
June o will be in the can eariy uus
fall.
Last Time Tonight
MAR(MITE CURK
In
'Riai.MAft-POOR TrlAIf
STARTING ; '
TOMORROW ii
BESSIE
HUE
In Her Second Big Reel
r&ralta Prwluciion
iIN THE CUT
OTHER DOINGS
Geo.
Ado
Comedy
Hearst
Pathe
News
""''T i ilium ilium mini irinwwiai- im ,
if . l - jj
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yFi
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A I !
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5 BARRIWIIF H I
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Pringle AuxOiary
Doing Much
Work
The Princlfl Anvil
i "'J " lu
tross iiav.9 been active of late and in
cidentally have added tn tho f ..,..,
fund. Now being a self aupoprting aux
I iliary, paying for all materials sewed
for th0 boys "Over Thore."
I Ouo nf the pWsaiit fimiti nni rt to to
was the birthday party tendered Mrs.
E. 8. Coates. A delightful evening was
spent by seventy seven friends and
neighbors. Ice ercam was served and a
aman cnarge made to help out the good
. cause. Twenty oue and one half di.ilar
were cleared. All took their departure
v n ihiu nour wisning Mrs. Uoat.?s mauv
happy returns of the day.
Mrs. W. M. Coburn entertained the
Pnugle Auxiliary 0f the Bed Cross, Mav
2.1. An all day's meeting was held,
which proved both pleasurable and pro-
iiiouiu. a goouiy amount of sewing was
donn. A irood social ti
dainty luurheon was served to more
than twenty members preseut.
The Prinirln Aiivilinrv ..t
j v l li l' l
l -ross responded to an invitation to meet
uii airs. a. M, lirager, Juna Cth at
1238 nth street, Riilem.
Sewing was the diversion and willing
hands added many new garments to the
gi;od cause. A pleasant day was spent
with conversation and niuaie keeping
time with busv fino-.r. A ,!;.. l.....
cheon was served cafeteria style. Those
present were: Mrs. A. W. Drager, Mrs.
nnuermu, wr-. f. it, rannon, Mrs.
L. W. Potter, Mrs. Rov Ohmart, Mrs.
E. 8. Coates, Mrs. L. W. Drager, Mrs.
W. R. Roliius. Mr. J. v unhar.
Airs. w. M. tToblirn. Mrs R
Mrs. P. Q. Brown ( Winnie Bakerl
-lerftl lflh niah. fnm t)io (Xraa Tola.
base hospital to join her husband, who
its H. iiitnuuvr r inn flenrui nrim H.r. rnfl
base hospital. Dr. Brown went east two
weeks ago.
Tlr anA fV. T C Kimith Tr ono-
' L"t v.., iuki-
tained aa thrtir -miPlttfl nvnr t.ha weak
end, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Chester S. Goff of
Portland andl Lloyd E. Goff of San
Francisco.
TtlAi OTnonua in.tiiio.l in ilia moliinf.
ui iiie mr)fe cannon oags jor we DOjs
ftfl r?nniliunV i hv 4Hai Rnlivm vrtmon
have been reduced to the sum of $29
Dy tae recent contribution of Miss
Renti-ipA Khelitnn. wlin .ntitrihuo,! ik'lfl
towards the deficit from the proceeds
or ner program given under the aus
pices of th Tuesday Musical club ear
ly in the spring, half of which went
tn tha RDM fi.n.r Tho .ia..l
at first planned entirely for the bene
flit of the S. O. S. treasury, but owing
to a necessitated postponement, the
allohment was changed. The comfort
bairn nrA llAeil nrimnrilv fni hnlrtino tha
personal uuiongmgs oi me men.
Mi Ethel Rwsrthoilt nt Pnrtlonit
spent the week end with her- mother,
aurs. iHiuniu xutuey ai aer nonie, jbiu
North Fourth street.
ax I If- 9 All
M
Purifies
HiKhly antiseptic.
Used as a curative
a.ont fnr all externa
alt in trniihles. Conceals
Mmununt rilp.mUKa
and reduces Unnatural
color. Ideal for correcting
creasy skins.
Gouraud'S:
Oriental Cream
Send 10c for Trial Ski
FERDL T. HOPKINS St SOU, New Ycrk
Dron a little Freezone on an achine
corn, instantly that corn stops hurting,
men tou mc it ngnt out. it aoesn i
hurt one bit. Yes, magic!
Why wait? Your druggist sells
tiny bottle of Freezone for a
.1
a
few
cents, sufficient to rid youffee o(
every hard corn, soft corn, or eons
between the toes, and callusea, without
soreness or irritation. Freezone ia the
much talked of ether discovery of al
Cincinnati genius.
Invitation have been issued for the
wedding of Misa (Flora' Patterson and
Hugh 0. Rogers', which will take place
tomorrow, June 12th at the home of
the bride-elect's mother. Mns. Charitv
E. Patterson, 2315 South t'ottace
street. The guests win include the rel
atives and close friends of the bridal
couple. The service will be read at
noon by Rev. A. Wells of the Nazarene
chunca. Immediately following the
ceremony, the young couple will leave
on a short wVddintr trill to 8ent.tl.
Eclipse Party Was
Iniereshgn Affair
West Pratum. .Tunn. 11 An online.
party at the resident nf N. f. T..
bert, at Cat grove, was not only inte
eating, but also very instructive; a
white sheet was smreail on tho irms.
with small ciecea of lntha
the proper direction, and although it
failed to produce the expected pre
nomenon. our imiairinAtimi Vionomo an
affected as to leave a lasting impres
sion on all present. Miss Eilie Kleen ar
rived too. late to tnko nnrt in tl,o ooo.
mony, but promised faithfully to be on
hand the next time. The eciipse of Au
gust 7. 186!), was discussed by those
who worn chil.lwn at fho- ;, iru
- . M lUMCi XUC
chickens did not go to roost and the
parry enaea with the fervent wish of
all fOT a food rain to follow tlia ...linoo
Some one said that during the Civil
war Hiey nired suostitutes, in this war
they buw them, hnt wn an tkom n.
better, we eat them at Cat grove.
uienn feciiaap is over there now, some
whore in France! Glenn ia a. Protiwn
boy and) one we all love, ibrave, noble
hearted, Glenn; may tho kaiser feel
the weight of hig mitt; our heartiest
wishes are for his safe return decorat
edi with honors.
More power to the hanil nf th TVnit
land correspondent, we alwav. innk fnr
;him; beside giving local news he el
waya says something. Everybody likes
wo capital journal, it is our favorite
and we all read it.
est, we took prisoners and two machine
gnus in successful raids."
"The enemy raided a tinst in Av
luy wooa. une of our mien is missing.
'Hostil nrtillerr wiia ni'tivn with
gas shells west of Lens last night."
Paris Bombarded
Paris. .Tn tin 11 Th inner iliatnnria
bombardment of Paris was resumed to
day.
KERENSKY LEADER
(Continued from page one)
PRESENT BATTLE
(Continued from page one)
BEGUM EOT MTIE1
lOTMH IF . YOU
OHTFEELl
3ay glass of hot water with
phoaphate before braakfaat
waahea out polaqna,
iA wr at km
alcerog
FOR THROAT AND LUNGS
A Calclnm eomtumnd that -will brlnr re
llf In many acute and clu-ttnlc! cawa.
l-rov.dn ia bandUnt form, a Inula rem
v hle-hly rmrnniMiflu i,y ,H-n-t Con
tain no harmful Un sa. Try them today.
50 cents a box, including war tax
Tar ral l.T an dniitirlata
Krkmaa lAboratory, l'liiliuldphla.
GERMANS NEAR
(Continued from page one)
If VOU Wake tin with a haA tnotn ni, I
"ream ana loamie is eonteil; if vnnr
ueaa is dull nr ai himr. it what cm. of
sours and forms gas and acid ia atom-
nen, or you are bilious, constipated,
nervous, sallow and can't get feeling
just rignt, Begin insido bathing. Drink
before breakfast, a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoeaful of limestone
phosphate in if. Thia will flush the
poisons and toxin jruia stoniaeb, liv
er, kidnevs and IkuviI ami pl.onco
weeten and purify the entire alimen
tary tract." Do your inside bathimr iin-
uifdiately upon arising in the morning
to wah out of the kvi -in all tli i,r.
ViOllS dav'g Poiaoniltia wastn tra.. .nrl
sour bile before putting more food into
tut muiiiacn.
To feel like vnnmr fnlka fool. i;i.
vnn fnlt hofnr. - i
' V'a'.inusclea beeame loaded with body im-
Tine OREGON
M,-. T r r.... ' " V. V "'1J,""r, anie lo
horst Mr. w m ri7iTi 1 , .V I"1""' k- Iron your pharmac at a
h 8 t' V ra,,. ,1,or,s' the quarter pound of limestone phosphate
f :i ti " a . . 0 KU'" except ror a sounsfe twinge which
Milligan, Harriet Coburn, Leona Drager ia not unpleasaut.
and ..Mian Ruby Drager, Junior members Just as scap and hot water act on
oresent. nv.rn A.1..I..I. nnAM n . . ki.:
. .... .. ..,. ,.,,,,, u,.rte ,u . r,eaUslnK OT-antening and
toburn Orabenhorst, Douglas and Doris freshening, so hot water and limestene
lrairer. TlnnnM annn.. 1 r. . ..I. mi.... ... . i
u i' r. i V ""'"ui x'lugrr, r""r" i. vu ma siomacn, liver,
Milie Orabenhorst, Lee Ohmart ad,k'i7" and bowel.-.. Vea and women
r.velvn Cuburn. Th. .all .1 .i..'hn am iu,,oii,r . ...
afternoon, of Mr. aud Mra. W. II headachy nr hav an. .i: .
son wh0 recently celebrated tlu.ir fif- lifT teu!d betin this inside hathinir'
. h.fnu 1 1. i m .
fichtinar in Dreslinconrt.
- " " "ww aaav
tiennans reached Antoval (a mile west
of Ribeconrt,) obliging the French to
Withdraw tO A rPAiMnnoaa, Mna -mat,
. v t. a uv ( vc MUU
southwest of Eibecourt.'1
Advance to Bio 53
London. June 11. ThA
r - uuj
of the new German dTivn ui,....
Montdidier and Koyon netted the ene
my a maximum trenct ration nf aKo.
a mile and a half, makinsr their total
..i ninnm-e uproxiniatciy five
uuu-w, II HIS inilieaie.1 in overniirht. nf.
"iim uiHinnenis.
The Herman ruina arrm'n
fined awatlr t the etntT nf tho no
front, while tho niuvn h.1.1 Th.
rVeneh war office admitted the loss of
Mery. Belbiv and St. SI ajir atld aait ilia
eaemy had gained a footing ia Marquo
glie andi Eliucourt.
Berlin claimed the capture of eijjht
uiwiwunci prisoners ana "some gmia"
ob the new front. The taking of prison
ers northwest of Chateau-Thierry where
American force- im 4nfn4r..i nM
claimed.
extreme northern point, Carelopt wood,
on the east side of the Oise, and Mount
Rcnaud, on the west side, have to ditto
oarred tne uerman advane. intn th
Oise valley.
Military experts consider it mn:(
probable that the Germans will launch
a ftecontl converging, nttm.lr from ...i
of Noyon, with identical objectives of
attaining me uise Irom the east -and
forcing evacuatinn nr thn Vimnn to.
lient.
From prisoners and ntlinv .., it
is established that tho 1 iniilloa ... etil
. " .-v v-v. ...v. cui-
fcrmg a severe crisis in effectiveness.
Many companies go into action with
only eighty or a hundred men. The
wounded are forced to return to tho
fight as soon as they are cured. The
losses in infantry officers are so great
mav cavairy oncers are now substitut-
Many Prisoners Only Boys.
Among two hundred
gated, a fourth were in the 1919 class
while many were in the 1920 class. The
unauueia U180 incillflffi Tmnoya onrl A..
- - ' t u-u u
prt workmen who heretofore hatl not
ueen seni to tn0 iront. The fifth divis
ion of the Prussian cmtifrl rl,Ut.
Uui.f "linn t0 uni-
of Germany's finest body of troops lost
""j fc ei-jn vi its cnecTivoness durinir
tl. lf..l -Jill . . . ,
juivitn UllL'nSlVfl nil thn Nnmm. n.l
lpst thirty morc in the Caateau-Thierry
drive, it has been estn1iliuli,l
French tintrnla .nenotvol im 41...
, -- r ,i .'"""s niu re
gion of Vouty and Macrcrutx reported
cuiis ui uerman dead, otten lying in
foUr Or fiVO SUr.PPC.Mvo in.n-. D...IL
w ......una. CUUUJ
of Faxerolles, 670 unburied dead were
counted.
When we ponder that wisdom comes
with advancing years, the mow con
vinced are we that ignorance is bliss.
sassin.
Cadet Party Protest '
Washington, June llDqcIaring it
has never recoenized the Rrpst.T.itivsk
pea....ce treaty perpetrated by the bol
s'leviki, the cadet party of Russia has
ru.-'fd resolutions annealinrr tn tk. oi.
. . - -lr 0 ..n,
iiC3 for aid.
The Russian embassy tndav ma1 m.h.
lie cable disoatch.?s ilisn-lnsino- tha nD,i.,t
action, which declared that information
Aiontuiuior-Aoyon position into a sharps
wanted, is false.
Newsoaner Adiute ' Q
Guilty of Contempt
Washington, June 10. The supreme
court today decided the Toledo, Ohio,
News Bee was Cuiltv of enntemnt if
tho United States ilistriet
criticising the acts of the ju3ge of tha!
"vu"i jo. Jvnjit8, in a dispute be
tween the strpet.
- - - -J vw,u 'J aim
the city of Toledo.
By thus affirming the court of ap
peals, the sunreinn emirt aottin.i . l...,,.
- , ' 1 ia . v niv.vil C IVl.l
bitter dispute between the judge and
tho newspaper. In .December, 1914,
Killits fi
its editor, ST. D., Cochran, $200, ioc con
tempt of his court. .
"Coin, which has been trying all this
nionth to got started, has been thank
ing God and takini? pniiran-n thia woolr '
saya tho Cosuille Sentinel. '
( for Burning Eczema
GreaSV Salvna anit .1 I J a
be applied if good clear skin ia wanted,
from anv dmcrmsf fm. c n. im aa
frtra large size, get a bottle of zemo.
. K..v M Uiiaitu n eneciivejy
heals akta.nElr
i r""u,c? ""w sores, Qums,
wounds and chafing. It penetrates, cleanses
- v,,ca. i,cmu 1H a clean aependabie
and ma.ynpniva . ...
1i. -A W . in-ucuauiig, BllusepilC
hquid. Try it, as we believe nothing you
have ever used is aa effective and satisfying.
am . vr. Kose to.. Ueveland, 0.
Children Cry for Fleiti-
'A
D
n
HK- Tie
w r a i
tiejh wedding auuiversary
cnjiiyca.
was
mnrh wfore breakfart.
they will become
subject shortly.
British, Troops Advance
London. June 11 British tmna. at.
tacking south of Albert between the
Anerp and the oiraie last night ad
vanced nearly half a mile on a front
or a noie and a half, Field Marshal
Haag reported today.
"Hilrth of Morlanrnnrt rlkro. n,n..
wuth ef Aibert). ear line Ail r n.
cd last night a dev'k of nearly half a
mile on a front nf niAr than . .:..
and a half," the statement said.
"We tank !.. i,nn.. . i -n ...
, . - t - -- -- m .uV O . LUV,
t-i. ... coins anna.
real eranka oa the 'v fiortJ"res of Morianeenrt, south of
the Scarpe and east of the Dieppe for-
7 , ZSfi--xL. !nI1has made ander his per
UZ&ffi&tfm f Bupervklon since its infailcy
JU1 Counterfeits, lJS?1 fa
Experiments that WflfwUh. and J"" but
IJSSSaJ years it has
Wind Colic and SuZJ lf'1?'
therefrom, and by rSi lTg F?venshness arising
the assimilation of Lj 8Stach Bols, aid!
lb. Children's PaLTeltS?
UINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
ocara ins .Signature of
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