Herald and News from Randolph, Vermont on April 7, 1904 · 7
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HERALD AND NEWS. APRIL 7, 1904. 7 THERE IS MO SUBSTITUTE FOR mm - Absolutely Puro IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH South Royalton Notes. M. J. Barqent, Local Editor. For Sale. - Farm of 145 acres, known as the Bennett (arm. on lirosd Brook, near Houth Koyal-ton, Vt. Fine house, good barns, recently improved new round nlo. Low price fur quirk sale. KxamLne the place and torrtsH)nd wflh owner. 11. 11. Obkksk, ltf Avon 8t., Melrose Highlands, Man. 3m Mrs. W. M. Newton passed last week in Northtield. Mr. and Mr. Glenn Blake visited in tsiuron last week. Mr. and Mra. Hubert Fielders have a hon,,born Hunday. I harles Clapp shipped a carload of cowa to Low t il, Mass., Monday. The (iraded school commenced lad Monday with the old teacher. !Mrs. licr'ha Ulanchard, widow of the ! lvrry tllancliard, in in town. l;ipb Sner and lister Ashley of Dart-, imiiiii college were home last week. J W ill Perkins ia to carry on blacksmith-i in the lloyt Knigbt shop thia year. linn. J. (). Sanford of Hlatnford and J. ! IS. cll of Randolph were in tow n Tuesday. It m ar Monte and w ife of WindHor visited his rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Monte, iat week. The members of Camp 71 will hold a I autar aoeial in their hall Friday evening, April 9. r.veryone ia ooraiany inviieu. Charles Tenney of Haverhill, Mass.. vis-itt-d relatives here taut week. He haa a position aa motor man on the electric cant. F.d. Wilson of Franklin, N. 11., was In town lat week, returning Haturday, ao-emnpanied by Mr. J. K. Flint, bia wife's mot her. The Havens Cemetery association will hold ita semi-annual meeting at Charles Havnea' this, Thursday, evening at 7:30 CfllK'k. Miu Celia Wynn i teaching In the Freeman diMtriet. M iss Doubleday at North Hoyallon, Miss Lizzie Freeman in Broad lirook. Kev. K. h. Wella ha been assigned to the South Hoyalton and South Tun bridge charges ol the M. K. church and w ill fivach to the societies neit Huuday. Mrs. Mary Hpaulding received a serious injury bv break iiik her hip bone by a tall lt wet k at ber home with her daughter, Mra. George Brown. Hhe ia 85 years of :. and it ia doubtful if she survives the injury and shock. A. (1. Whitham received news last week ct the death of bis brother, Frederick Whitham, of New lands. Cape Colony, Siuth Alrica. Mr. Whitham waa in the' wrvieeol the British government as com-miMtiuiier, located at New land. He had tf- n stationed at New lands since some time Ulore the Boer war. it urge Itvder of Concord, N. II., Fred L. trhaut, Mrs. Iji7elle and Mr. Hester Badger rf Lowell, Mass., 11. H. Adama and mother, Mrs. Henry Adams, of Chelae, Mra. (ieorge Bingham and Miss Ada Burroughs of Kandolph. Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Hi isa and Mrs. Ira Mudgett of Bethel attended the funeral of John Mudgett Sunday. Death of John Mudgett. Mr. John Mudgett, a prominent and esteemed rilizen and business man of this village, died last Thursday, after an illness ot eleven weeks, with cancer of the liver, i Mr. Mudgett was born in Tunbridge in son of Ira and Abigail (Knight)1 .tiudgett. He married Miss Lavinia Jane Mel '.illy of Manchester, N. H., in IKil. Hy their union, a son, tleorge W., was born, ho now resides in houtli Koyalton, and a daughter, w ho died in infancy. Ilia wife died in 1sk.'J. In 1k5, he married Mia I.unett Clifford, daughter of Mr. and Mra. larnel Clifford of this village. Mr. Mudgett in early life learned the niaehimat's trade, giving six year' apprenticeship ervice. He became an ex-pert machinist in locomotive and steam tire engine manufacturing. He built from the model of the inventor the first steam tire engine, and took it to the principal r't't uf u,e country for exhibition, first in New York. From lsol to lhrtl, he waa employed aa foreman or master mechanic in Boston, Lawrence, St ran ton, l's., Nonhfi. Id nd St. Albans, Vt. pt. lrt. lil, he enlisted in Co. E, First t. Cavalry, and waa discharged Nov. 1W, '1. fur disability; re-enliated in the fourth Vt. Infantry in August, ISft!; was wounded in the battle of Hpoltsrlvania, Mar 5 and 12. 1H, and waa finally discharged Jan. IB, into, for wounds. He returned to his native town and turned hia skill to invention, and wilh mmb suece. The most important were the hay tedder and improved horse rak..w hu b have since been extensively used over the country, and the royalties were source of arpe revenue. Me had resided in this village since 1SS5. He built a tine residence in the village n after and practically retired Jroiu business then. He had for the past year held town and village office. 1 he last few year were spent in or about his premises, in which he took much I'nde. He made his borne happy and enjoyable by his kindly, genial nature. He had a large circle of acquaintances and Jriends. His last days were made aa comfortable aa hi wife, assisted by hi son "d niece. Mis Ada Burroughs, could "'ketheni. He left only a wife and son of the immediate family. The luneral waa very largely attended on Sunday at bia late borne. Key. E. W. -Hhrp of Northtield waa the officiating clergyman. The member ot Bixby Post, ,J- A. K., of which the deceased waa a t!str. attended in a body. I he floral tribute by relative and jriends were in great abundanc in set pieces and wreaths, beautiful and rxtress-' of the love and esteem in white the "eceased waa held. He was buried in the 'aiily lot near the village. Fa) ROYALTON. Mrs. William Skinner was in Randolph Saturday. Frank' Vesper ha moved into E. J. Rum-rill's house. N. W. He wall has been on the sick list the past week. M isa Fannie Eastman spent Sunday at Randolph Center. James Freelan haa been more than usually feeble the past week. A son wss born to Mr. and Mrs. Truman Mead Tuesday morning. Ifev. Mr. Johnson will hold service at St. Pauls church next Sunday at i p. m. Carl Peacor has moved to the house which be recently bought at, South Royal-ton. Will Peacor has been suffering from a severe attack of grip since the first of the week. Misa Mary Whitney returned to her studies at the seminary in Last Northtield, Mass., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. David Baker from West (ilover are with their daughter, Mrs. Levi ild, for a few weeks. Misa Emma Bruce from Woodstock came to 1 vman cottage Friday and was quite ill there for several days. The Woman's Home Missionary thank offering service, postponed from last week, ill be held Friday p. m. at 2:30. The Ht. Rev. A. C. A. Hall will make bia annual visitation to St. Paul's iwrish on Sunday, April 17. Service at 10:-I5a. m. The cows on the Mead farm were tested for tuberculosis the first of the week, and ten out of the thirteen were condemned. The Easter decorations of plants and cut flowers at the Cong'l church w as not large but more than ordinarily effective. Miss Ura (ialusha ha been spending her Kaster vacation from Vassar college with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. lialusha. O. W. Joy and Master Ben have returned from Pittstleid. Mr. Joy and the girls are still in quarantine lor scarlet lever. A sugar social under the auspices of the Y. P. s. C. E. will be held at the scademy Friday evenimr. Those attending are asked to represent ome city. The follow ing letters are unclaimed at the Kovalton iostottiee: Mr. L. M. At-wood. Miss Ada Bride, E. Hunt, Dr. J. H. 1-aVoioe, I). W. Lovejoy, Levi Pierce, Mrs. W. N. Salter, Messrs. Fred A. Sheldon tit Bro., S. 11. Washburn. No member of dogdom commanded greater respect than Dick Stearns, and new s of his death will cause a feeling of regret among those w ho have been fcueta at theCascadnac House, w here for years he was a faithful watch dog, as well as among those w ho have known him and bis good qualities all bia life. RANDOLPH CENTER. W. L. Hebard is sugaring at R. F. Til-son'. Wm. Regan has moved to Mrs. Harriet Blodgetl's house. J. B. Adams is busy taking the list in this part of the town. J. 11. Hayes is assisting W. 8. Bryant In the sugar making business. Thatcher Stone has gone to New York to see his daughter, Mrs. Alyce Urant. C. H. Miles and family have moved to the Josiab Tilsou farm that he bought last fall Miss Martha Gilbert has closed "The Colonial" for a week and gone to the farm for recreation. It is reported that an Inspector has been here this week looking over the situation as to rural free delivery. Miss C. M. Wevmouth has returned from Middletown, Conn., where she had been sick with the grip. The Normal school is having the customary Easter vacation. It w ill resume work next week Tuesday. The ladies of the Methodist society held the first sugar party of the season lat week at their social rooms and netted about ts. Pearl Clough has been granted a pension for injuries received in the late Spanish war. He has moved hi family into hi I hrother's house. At Grace church next Sunday there will be service st 2:30 p. m. The Easter music will tie repeated and the sermon w ill bear on the Resurrection. Mrs. Nellie O'Grady and children returned to their home in Roxhury yesterday. John O'Urady spent Sunday w ith them at John Bolin's. Dr W. A. Evans attended the Methodise conference at Montpelier last week and reported the doings ot the conference for the Watchman and Journal. Forrest E. Burke is sick with pneumonia and in care of Dr. Bailey. He had been suffering from a severe cold for some tune that finally developed as above. -ThUdies Memorial aorietf held its snnnal meeting at Mr. Conant last Tuesday and elected officers a follows: -Mrs. Helen Clark, pres.; Mrs. Ellen A. Hoi den. sec. Mr. A. r.. Bovden, Mr. Julia A. Stone and Min L. M. Fargo, ex. com. Rev. L. N. Moody will soon move to Chelsea, his new charge, under t he ap-pointmentof the Methodist conference. Sir. Moody is much esteemed by the members of all the denominations, and the good w ishes of all will go w ith him and his wife in their new field of labor. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured. "I have been subject to sciatic rheumatism for rears," say E H. Waldron of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My Joints were stiff and gave me much nam n discomfort. My joint would crack when 1 straightened op. I used Chamberlain s Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured. Have not had a pain or acbe from the old trouble for many months. It is certainly a most wonderful liniment. For sale by F. E. Bryan, Randolph. Chelsea Home News. H. O. Bixbt. Local Editor. H. K. Darling was in Bradford last week. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Uoodell Mar. 24. George Thompson is at work for Kingsbury & Son in West Fairlee. Mrs. Erastua B. Dickinson broke her left arm last week in falling. Miss Rena Barnes returned to Meri-den, N. 11., Tuesday morning. Miss Flora Corwin returned to New Bedford, Mass., Tuesday morning. B. 11. Adams, Jr., has resumed work for the Deenng Harvesting Machine Co. John Smith died Tuesday at the town farm, where he had been for the past 2o years. His age was about 65 years. The new pastor at the Methodist church is Rev. L. N. Moody of Randolph Center. He will occupy the pulpit next Sunday. Prentiss W.Oeorge left Monday'morning for altbam, Mass., where he has a position it the carpet house of Warren F Emerson. Mrs. C. II. Allen of Barnard was in town last week to see her father, Henry O. Bry ant, who has been confined to the house for several weeks. F.din Sanborn and family moved to Barre city, Monday. E. H. Kennedy moved Tuesday into the Sanborn house recently purchased by him. M iss Alice Smith of Barre is at Mrs. A M. Whitney's lor a short time, w hile she ia in charge of the branch millinery store of Mrs. W. r . Shepard of that city. J. O. Perkins' egg record for the month of March from 42 Rhode Island Red hens waa tCH dozen, over 18 eggs from each hen. or about 26 eggs per day. Mr. Perkins was one of the first to introduce this breed of poultry in this vicinity. An adjourned annual meeting of the Chelsea Entertainment association will be held next Saturday afternoon in the library at 3 o'clock. All persons interested in this sssociation who hold season tickets for the course just closed should make an effort to attend this meeting. Mrs. Mary A. Heath has a medal sent to her by Edgar Terhune of Nevada. Ky., which he found on the battlefield at Per-ryville, Ky., forty years after the war. On one aide of the medal is inscribed "D. S. Gay, Co. B, tith Regt., Vt. Vol.. Chelsea." On the opposite side, "War of ISiil, I'nited States of America." Mr. Gay went from here to the war and died there in 1S62 or 63. Mrs. Geo. II. Bacon has a flock of 25 Rhode Island Red pullets that from January 1st to April 1st laid HI doien eggs. During the month ot Marcn six ol these hens were setting; three of them have ten chicks each and the other three are soon to come off. Mrs. Bacon justly takes much pride in her management of the poultry department and feels well repaid for the care she gives it. Road Commissioners Meet. The annual meeting of the Orange county road commissioners w as held at Orange County hotel Tuesday. State Commissioner J. O. Sanford of Stamford was present. The meeting was one of the best ever held in the county, although there were several of the towns not represented. Those present were " W. F. Medealf, Brookfield; M..O. Gates, Chelsea; Edgar Curtis, Orange; J. B. Wells, Randolph; B. h Jordan, Strafford; M. C. F"landers. Tunbridge, C. B. Titua, Vershire; A.L. Patterson, Washington; O. A. Blanchard, Wil-liamstown. Mr. Sanford gave an interesting talk, as usual, on the work throughout the state. Among the veteran road commissioners were J. B. Wells ot Randolph, M.C.Fland ers of Tunbridge and O. A. Blanchard of Williamstown, who are each serving their twelfth year, and C. B. Titus of Vershire, who has started on his ninth year. There seems to be a marked tendency throughout the state to keep a good road commissioner In otfiee for a long term. In this county there were seven changes in 1S! while this year there were but three new commissioners elected. Throughout the state there "were 148 new commissioners elected in 1!03, against 92 this year; 44 towns in the state elected two commissioners in 1902 and only 31 in liKM. Mf. Sanford believes this to be a move in the right direction, as-he believes in reelecting good commissioners and concentrating the work under one commissioner i in each town. 1 Many of the commissioners present gave interesting and helpful talks on their experience in building and maintaining roads. Col. C. 8. Flniery and several other of our townspeople attended this meeting. By invitation of Mr. Sanford, Col. Emery gave a brief talk concerning the highways and how much bettor he believed the roads were under the present system of maintaining them than under the old way. This town received from excess of apportionment over tax fiifl.64 and built 37 rods of new road at a cost of f31(1.6. There are Kl miles of road to be maintained in town. EAST BRAINTREE. I.ula Flint is visiting at Wallace Colt's in Brookfield this week. Mrs. Ella Wills is at George Dearing's in East Randolph this week. Luna Peavey visited at M. F. Cram's in Roxbury the first of the week. Jennie Blanchard is home this week from R. 8. N. S. for the Easter vacation. Louise Perhstn began work for the summer for Mrs. H. G. Mann last Monday. E. E. Thayer and family returned to their home in Leominster, Mass., Monday. J. C. Mclntire is having some painiing and papering done on his house. Charles Palmer is doing the work, Isaiah Dompier called on friends here last week and went from here to Boston for treatment of humor on his face. C. E. meeting next Sunday evening at 7 30. Topic, "How the World's Standards Conflict with Christ's." Matt. 6:43-4!(; 1 John 2:15-17. Leader, Mrs. Emma French. NORTH RANDOLPH. v.nn,a Raiiev m-ill ihnv rtaHor millinery at the home of Foster Sprague in East Randolph Monday and Tuesday of each week beginning May 2. tt Mrs. A. M. Cone haa moved back to her home. Will Fnlaom of Tunbridge was here two or three days last wtek. F:ila and Alyce Dorkee have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. John F'erris. Mr and Mrs. Lewi OifTord of East nihei were iruesta ot F. A. Parker and wife the first of the week. . Aoril 2d, about 30 friend and relative of Mr. and Mr. Nelson Carpenter called at their home to let them know that tney had traveled together on me journev Mfe fifty year. A poem wa read by D. D. Howe, sent by friends in the W eat. Many valuable present were left besides sum of money. A Card. ,i . ik. n n i irnjul An hereby agree ,1113 u ' . j - . . i . 1. - ww . KAront htiffle to reiuuu in, j " . . of Greene Warranted Syrup of Tar if it fail to cure your couu w -i ......ntM 2.Went bottle to Drove satisfactory or money refunded. i G. M, .Miner, iwiuei. I). O. tkwdno, Rochester. H. C Hubbard, Granville. C. J. Stockwell, Hanoock. i ; G. B. Fish, Slock bridge. J. A. Cbedel A Co., GavwvUle. , W. P. Smith East Bet be L EAST BROOKFIELD. Wasted: A school teacher. Address J. M. Anukix, School Director, East Brookfield, Vt. Ernest VS'heatiey of Northtield made his parents, Dea. and Mrs. M. 8. Wheatiey, a visit last week. Mrs. Gertrude Jackson went to Barre city last Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. C. M. Bickford. Edwin I. Hibbard of Montpelier waa called here laat week by the critical illness of his uncle, A. G. Hibbard. II. D. Wheatiey and family arrived from Gloucester, Mass., last week and are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Wheatiey. Death of A. G. Hibbard. After two weeks of critical illness with pneumjuia, Deacon Alpheus G. Hibbard passed away and to a "good and faithful servant's" reward at 10 o'clock Wednesday evening, March 3oth. In his untimely death the immediate family has met w ith an irreparable loss; the community in which he bad spent his entire life 1 a . lost a kind friend and an ever obliging neighbor; the church an ardent, conscientious Christian worker and a staunch and loyal supporter; and the town, honored by his citizenship, a standard man. The funeral w as held from bis late home Friday, April 1st, at 1 p. ra., Dea. J. C. Holmes conducting the services, which were opened with the rendition of "Nearer, My God, to Thee," by a male quartet composed of C. A. Bigelow, W. H. Sprague, J. M. Angell and A. G. Bigelow, w ith Mrs. Mary Bigelow, accompanist. The Rev. D. 11. Strong, pastor of the church of which the deceased was the senior deacon, read passages from scripture that were impressively appropriate, after which the quartet sang the beautiful selection, "Peace, Be Still." Following this selection, the pastor spoke words of comfort to the bereaved family and mourning friends, pointing out many beautiful and noble traits of character so clearly portrayed in the daily life of the deceased that were worthy of emulation, closing hia eulogy with a most feeling and touching invocation. The impressive service concluded wilh "Rock of Ages," by the quartet. The interment was in the family lot in the East Hill cemetery. Among the near relatives from out of town who were present at the funeral were Mrs. Luella I. Woodruff, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Thwing and daughter of Barre city, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Churchill of Berlin, Dwight Buck of East Roxbury, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Flint, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hemenwav of Chelsea and Edwin I. Hibbard of Montpelier. Mr. Hibbard was 53 years of age and left a wife and daughter, who have the heart felt sympathy ot the entire townspeople, who share w ith them the great allhctiou. SHARON. C.A.Mosheris taking his annual trip over the mountain buying cattle. Mrs. II. C. Bruce is visiting her brother in Montague. Msss., and other friends in llootou and l itthburg. The Jenness steam mill began running nights Monday. I has. Sargent runs the saw and Lew is Merrill the engine. Mrs. Hattie Roberts went to the hospital in Hurlington Monday for treatment. She was accompanied by her step-son, llaxter Roberts, and Dr. llurnett ol Soutn Royalton. ? In the death of Daniel Robinson, which occurred at his home in Strafford Saturday, this town feels the loss of a good cit izen, as hia business ana religious iuier- eats were in this town. A Thoughtful Man. M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind., knew what to do in the hour of need. His wife had such sn unusual case ot Btomacn ana liver trouble physicians could not help her. He thought of and tried Dr. Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured. ' Only 25c. 1 For sale by Drew A Leonard, Randolph. DR. FLANDERS Cures Chronic Diseases. Noises in the Deafness treatment enl . ... Ey rC Jlro ."VV; n efiii m.,n rinm T .r "i7v G aasea from $1.01) up aent by mall. Car si.tknes, Slraplnwio, Mye. luickmie.1 card for l"''tlSC ? '"'i, ,70 """eou clearly. Ko.tble Vision, or in reading does the ,.riut seem to SiS ther?4 l! "IrdTi.auU and bolfind hi. cuU.a.e. .? iehool. or cross-eyed? If you Lave any of the above . . . . i i i- i. t..i V vain! t.ii t if in f ppc. o-fttfu iimi. inajiiinu, mi symptom mere is irouum wn uw i. Kidney and Bladder . 0 4- fa I cure all forma or rupture wuuoui mo use ui i w"v. . j -- , r UP Hire special trusses. Sure to hold. . . , Acute or Chronic cured sifoly, surely, without 8tretcl.inX.cuftin, pain .and loss of time or StriCtUre Convenience. fX M VX E Vv'm KT H O I K'U h K f or Yhis ' di-eU autf JL and cure, for a.i time to come, . , mm a I cue Variocele quiiklv, safely, without cutting, danger or VariOCele anCl nyUrOCeie detention from business. UiH point out the dangers and explain MY KW DISCOVKUY, an original and safe cure for Variocele as op-ratM exclusively by ine. M NEWLY D1SCOVKKEU METHOD is the safest aa well aa the moat satisfactory atumable. Cancer 1 0,11 ca"C( r without use of knif0 or l0S9 of b,ood' Cure guanM,,e(Hl ry l use a sure and positive cure for tumor of any part of the body. I have many testimonials on 1 umor tue. - r,. Hab'tU pured to stay cured, by Lome treatment, Morphine, Rum and Cigarette ndforfree umpie. . r have d,-vot,d a B-reat part of my time to the treatment of women. I can cure the majority of Women cases without any disagreeable examination. Special attention g.ven to Hooding and suppres- sion of flow. At ,ailt x have founii a combination of remedies that will cure the worst form of RheUmatlSm rheumatUm. Canbesentbyn.au. Send for free sample treatment. . a r a 1 Itching, burning, bleeding internal or external piles cured ia a short time. PlleS and rlStUla Treatmentcanbeaci.tbymail. . , A11 torlUN tr0ated by new remediea. This disPe is unknown in the Philippine as native herb EplIepSy tK Ih.vee.ured.Mall amount of this for n.y pat.ents. W rite for sample and particulars. Are rou troubled with your children wetting the b3J? If so write for treU men t. Mothers Stomacli AU om h trouWw IH'rmnenlly cure L 0 Ss"d for free "u'lu tre;'tm,,nt- w-i s wL f- Ia. Made from my own patent, will cure Kheumatism, Neuralgia, Nerve Exhaustion and EleCtriC Lelt Nenou, rrostratl m. Womb trouble, Ncrrou. dysiK-e.,a and many other on lmon oTthrXerv.us Sy,tem. I will send this for a ton days' free trial. Write for part.culars. Home Treatment. If vnn are in or near the city you should apply Mr treatment 10 me o.mr ... . .. . .... awaj Ml this wriw me . 'full hiry of your case. You will revive as careful, consc.ent.ou, and pxmstakiug at.en-tion as if you were in my offix) daily. ...... . . . .. RADlUn, X-RAY and other formsof electricity.used in the treatment of disease. DR. FLANDERS, 24 Buell St., BURLINGTON, VT. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT For receiving money from Societies, Corporations and Private Individualt for the socurity of which, double the Capital and the Surplus of the Bank is pledged by United States Statute. . CAPITAL, $100,000. SURPLUS. $20,000. 0-320. W. S MITH , aT. Xa. BAOOM . Proalctent. Oaatlilor Doston anil New York gmsls, flowers and foilagc. Hals Trimmed and Unlrimmed. The latest styles, up to date. Do you want to save money ? If o eall and get our jiriees before buying elsewhere. Will be Open by AdHI Ladies call and see the pretty Hats.) New l.raneh .Millinery Store, The Messer Co., , WANTED ! At Bethel Highest Cash Price Paid. Write or call'on E. C. FISHER CO., Bethel. hoa.l, rin-rin? and rumblinr of the ears lor ten aays. rrci if ...1....1... v.B.,na Prniratinn. .u'K i i H ir. .iv 'vhi . " , : ... ' r.t...hio ii, iiinu'los of the face or eves? Send for my - iubi r.uioiiuii, -n- Disease cured. Send for free - i.i .. . . f il. 1 ..If., HAS A- MILLINERY. A new Millinery Store irx Randolph in the Messer Block, Main Street. ARK Tannery. cured by a new method. Special hornet Xouralifia. Nervousnesa. Nausea, For- r . :., , . . sample of cure. Or I nrill lit Vnn to AIM of niV OWH

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