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Leg gins 51.45.C0n-
Army & Navy Store. l-.jt-p.
ffluybt Salary : $35.00 Per \Vi>ek an.l
pßßxpcnsesJ' Man or woman with rg
Egg Producer. Eureka
East St. Louis, 111.
Arnfr & Xavy Store. l-srp.
Hpr Sale—Two Rhode Island Red
M. R. Pounds. .‘s<t-ltt-j).
» Sale—JOd Cords of Oak Wood
Will sell on ground or de-
Also stove wood and heater
Hwlocks. (3ose in. I sell cheap for
Plipne SOU. I. F. Miller.
Htk Feot Cheek Lines $3.50. Concord
Hkotiei—l Now Have My Guernsey
cow at my barn ready for
Hy. F. Miller. 30-2 t-p.
KvVanted—Five Room House or Apart
furnished or unfurnished.
BpTust. be in desirable location. Ad
MRdre.ss W. E. Duncan. care Tribune,
phone 452th Charlotte between |
Ka. in, and 4p. nr. .'lt 111! < . |
Rent—The Mrs. John .41. Cook
HBMaideucc in the heart of the city.
Ita Seven-room lioitse. See .1. 11. Slier
■found—Sample Case. Owner Can
HK.get same by paying for this ad. and
at, home of .). I>. 11. lsen
llfiiioiir. North Union street. 21-ts.
■jfael-Bro Lotkm—For Pimples. Black-
and all facial blemfshes. At
Hi all drug store-:,. 11-G-MOt-e.
■jHeatcd Fumislied Rooms For Rent.
IH Desirable residential section. Phone
B 501. 9-ts-p.
■flagged by men with
I PISTOLS. STRIKES ONE
HfC. W. Lyerly. Rowan County Mail.
Ik Says Ht Refused to Be Robbed and
g Kan Over Man.
HpKrahl'gton. Nov. 30.—Xc trace had
■been secured 1: ti* today of an unknown
reported to have been run over
H£y HU automobile on the central liigh-
Btf about three miles south of here
nearly this morning, when three men
Wire alleged to have attempted to hold
iu|i C. W. Lyerly. of Faith, ltowan
■county, with pistols,
w Air. Lyerly reported to local officers
on reaching here that tliree men were
standing iii the road near the bridge
Over Swearing Creek and that two of
them had pistols in hand and waved |
him to stop. He started to slow
down lie stated to the officers but on j
second thought decided t. make a dash
to escape being robbed, so stepping on
the accelerator, swerved to Pile right
and pulled full speed ahead. He
foiled to miss out* of the men and
was of the opinion he rail almost
Squarely over him. He is quoted as
saying that lie glanced back after lie
was a safe distance away and saw
two men dragging a third ' ff the'road
; Officers from here went to rite scene
at once and saw some evidence that
a ear had struck something. T.iere
was no definite trace of the men.
though a person living near the place
is reported to have stated that an
automobile, stopped near tile creek
about the time Mr. Everly reported
striking tin* alleged highwaymen.
I .It is fhoughj that ho* men either
bail a •ar nearby or else stopped a
passing machine and took their emu-
Sj-Tbe aetKin of Northwestern Fni
vorsity in .surrendering all claim to
the “Big ’ten" football championship
in favor of Michigan will certainly
r go down in gridiron history as "a
splendid example of sportsmans' nip.”
S oooooooooooooooooo °ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
I Attractive Winter Coats and
[■ Ladies' Bolivia and Velour Coats, plain and *1 A Cfk j
jßrur Trimmed. Priced at , __ l^r.OU
i;Bpolivia, Velour and Corduroy Coats, regular tlft Est
8'.524.50 value. Priced at vIO.OU j
®;One Hack of Presses in Crepes and Satins, d»10 QC
K latest colors, specially priced at «P1A»570
Blptlier Dresses in Silks. Charmeen Satins and Crepes— |
1 " lriced a * $14.50 tu $24.50
■Pfe Are Exclusive Dealers For the Famous Irene Castle a
■ Dresses X
I , • ,
New Magazines—T rue
story, Physical Culture,
Movie. C. Covington*
Carnations White ami lTnk. Designs
and flowers. 37 X. Crowell'. St.
Tbone ICIW. Mrs. J. C- *jktery.
EiMiieutt A Johnson 16 Inch Leather
boot shoes. s4.a*i. yoneord army &
Xavy Store. 1 -st-p.
For Sale—One Baby Carriage Almost
new. Inquire at Tribune office.
Lest—White and Black Bull Dog.
Reward of $5.00 if returned to
Sam Barber. 55 Reid Street
All Wool Amy Socks 25c Bair. Con
cord Army & Xavy Store. 1 -st-p.
For Sale—Young Strain White Leg
horn cockrels. $3 each. J. Ivey
Cline. Concord Route One.
I Boys Riding Breeches $1.45. Concord
j Army A Xavy Store. l-nt-p.
Fireworks at Peek’s Place Near I'n
derpass on Kannapolis road. Cau
dles. rockets and big boys.
For Sale—Ford Coupe in Good Con
dition. Inquire at Tribune Office.
Don’t Forget that We Will Give 10
per cent, discount for cash with or
der for Engraved Christmas Cards
received before December ,Ist. We
have in stock a beautiful new line
of these cards. Call and see them.
Orders delivered within a few
hours after receipt. ts.
| ASHEVILLE NEGRO DENIES
j HE HAS MADE CONFESSION
Mansell. Facing Death Sentence. In
sists lie Is Innocent to Prison Of
Raleigh. Nov. at).- Alvin Mansel.
Asheville negro under sentence of
death following bis conviction on a
charge of assaulting a white woman,
today denied to state prison officials
that be bad made any confession of
the Clime and persisted in bis claim
that lie is innocent. Mansel was
questioned as the result of a report
from Asheville that tie bad confessed.
Mansel displayed a willingness to
thoroughly discuss his case and sought
to argue to his questioners that the
| eirettmstaiiees of liis identification by
it lie woman showed thar lie was not
! the man. She knew <tim. he said,
that he worked at a hospital near
Asheville and had seen him before tile
crime of which he was convicted. Had
she been pitsitive. he contended, she
would have told officers font she was
assaulted by "thg boy who works at
the hospital" instead of waiting until
his arrest ami then identifying him.
Doubt as to Matt set's guilt has been
privately expressed by several Ashe
ville people, who have visited Raleigh
recently. No appeal as yet has beep
made to the governor in his befmlf.
however. In keeping with his regu
lar practice, l’ardon Commissioner 11.
Hoyle Sink will make an investiga
tion into the ease.
Rev. K. \V. Boyd Kick at Home in
Winston-Salem. Xov. s<).—Nows re- ,
reived here 'late this ’afternoon an
nounced tin* serious illness of Rev.
R. W. Boyd, at his home in Moores
ville. Rev. Mr. Boyd was the found
er and for many years superintend
ent of the Presbyterian orphans ’tome
tit Barium Springs. He is iu his
KG t h year.
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
,“■— * * 1
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY
Stir CHRISTMAS SEALS
FROM CONCORD PEOPLE
Otherwise the County i Tuberculosis
Association looses 75 fronts on Ev
ery Dollar’s Worth SoW.
Persons selling Christmas Seals in
the business district of Concord yes
terday were told by several persons
that they had already purchased from
some other person, or that they would
receive seals through t’iie mail and re
mit for them direct. The Cabarrus
County Tuberculosis Association is
organized to fight the dread white
plague in this county and for years
has maintained an organization in
Concord and they wish to ask our
people not to buy seals from any one
except Coneorind people who arc rep
resentatives of the above organization,
as when they do purchase otherwise
than as stated we lose the seventy
five cents of every dollar thus spent
to which we are entitled, and the
whole dollars goes out of our county.
We have an all-time tuberculosis
nurse iu our county and need every
dollar wr can secure to help furnish
milk and nourishment for her pa
tients. There ’have been many in
stances in past years w here seals have
been mailed individuals in our county,
and through a misunderstanding on
their part the entire amount has been
mailed to Dr. Mcßraycr. at Southern
Pines, where lie is managing director
of the sale of’ seals. lh\ Meßrayer
has assured us that he would try ti
eliminate this year t*ae mailing of
these seals into the' <iuntt.y, and that
if it occurred it would be a mistake
oil the part of his office, so we are
asking ail those who want to help this
work to buy at home so that we may
keep the three-fourths due us and re
mit to the state Their quarter.
CABAKKt’S COI’XTY •Tt'BKJI
- SHOW FRIDAY NIGHT
Kannapolis Grapplers in Splendid
# Trim to Meet (’allege Mat Team.
BY JAZZY MCM IKK
Kannapolis. Dec. I.—The stage i*
all set for the initial wrestling show
of the season hen* Friday uiglit. Tin*
lid w ill be offic ally and formally pried
off when the Cabarrus Y wrestling
contingent meets a group of former
collegian* stars, headed by the cele
brated J!oz:> Bozeman. the Georgia
The local grappler- have been in
extensive training for the past week
liiider the direction of Ketchie. erst
while member of the southern cham
pionship Duke f'niversity team.
NEW CIRCLE TO RE LAIIJ
OFF AT THE CEMETERY
Cemetery Commission Decides to Im
prove Bark Part of Oak wood at an
The cemetery commission, at a meet
ing held some time ago. authorized
iliar work begin as soon as possible
the laying out ami construction
i f a circle at the rear of the ceme
tery. similar to the one which is in
the front part of the cemetery.
The work, it is said, will make more
attractive the new portion of Oak
wood. part of winch ’has been recent
ly laid off in lots.
The comhiission is composed of the
Mayor C 11. Barrier. L. T*Hart
nell. (\ B. Wagoner, Mrs. Ed Kestlei
and Mrs. U. A. Brown.
Last Singers’ Convention of the Yen’.
The last singers’ convention of the
.'ear was held at Mt. Hope Reformed
t’hurch on Ncvember 211. A large and
attentive audience was present. The
program eonsisred of eungregnt
choir, quartettes, duets, solo and chor
An attractive feature of the prin
gram was a duet by two little tots.
Linker and Stirew:jlt children, who are
just beginning to talk. They set the
audience, in an proar of lengthy ap
plause. Onotlier noticeable feature
was the president’s cludr. cons : sting
of all the old |>eople over 00 years of
age. singing the hymns of their cbil
hood days. A cash donation by the
president to the oldest member of this
choir was given to Mrs. Josey. her age
being 70 yen:*.
Tile program was interspersed with
live minute talks which were instruct
ive and highly appreciated by the large
audience. Talks were made by :
Rev. I>. S. Lee. pastor F : rst Bap
tist Church. China Grove: RevT H.
E. Ha use. pastor Methodist Church.
China Grove. Rev. J. I>. Aridrews, of*
Faith Reformed Charge. Rev. Mr.
Staßings. Oak Ridge Baptist Church.
Cabarrus county: Rev. Shu ford Peel
er. dean of Catawba College. Salis
The election of officers for the en
suing year resulted as follows:
President—W. T. Durham. Kan
Vice President—H. E. Kluttx. China
Grove. Route 1.
Secretary and Treasurer—A. K.
Sloop, China Grove Route 1.
Asst. Secretary—Martin Weaver.
Salisbury licute N.
In reading the annual report if""was
foil ml that the convention was in a
healthy progressive condition that the
ministers of the different denomina
tions had given their cooperation, and
had made timely and' appreciative
talks during the year, and that 38
different choirs, quartettes, duets, etc.,
had participated in the programs ren
dered during the year.
The receipt# for the year amounted
to ; disbursements $38.41; leav
ing a balance of $17.85.
Thus the convention has closed a
prosperous year long to be remember
ed by those who have attended and es
pecially by those who have Taken part
in singing praises to their and
Savjor Jesus Christ.
The convention will begin itw.
work the fifth Sunday in January, at
the First Baptist Church, China
A. E. SLOOP. A sat. a*.
Guest—l suppose I ea n H j) j, frc
until I utarve’J
Wuiter—liii nil.v that, sit! We
close at Ft" o’clock! * • ‘
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
I WMUftLET STOLEN HIKE
5j EOFM) IK SPARTA NIU RG
< Three Boys From Chester. Pa.. Ar
rcstefl When Found In Auto Stolen
i Harry Johnson. Harry Starkey and
• Frank Wlllaeur. three white youths
i whty told officers their homes are iu
> Chester. Pa., are bein* held here in
I connection with the theft of Matthew
■ Tucker’s Chevrolet touring car last
1 Friday. The youths were arrested.
’ ill Spartanburg. S ,C\, early Monday
“ and were Sleeping in tile car at the
| Hnie.of their arrest, local officers have
i been! advised.
An officer from Spartanburg, en
• route to Grepnsboro to get a prisoner,
brought the youths and the car to
. Concord Monday afternoon. When
’ questioned &ece the boys gave their
■ names and addresses and told officers
they were en ynute to Florida and as
’ they had no means of transportation
decided to steal the ear herej They
‘ came to Concord with friends who had
car trouble here, and after wandering
about the city for a couple of honrs
■ found thb car and rode off.
Johnson and Sharkey are sixteen
’ years old. racy told local officers. ;1 ll[l
Willaeur stated that he is fifteen.
The youths were placed in jail here
-and will be given a hearing tomorrow
Police officers report that the Chev
rolet was not damaged by the trip,
> Spartanburg officers knew of the stol
en car by reason t.f a descriptive post'
card sent them by local officers.'
WARNINGS SENT OFT
ON SIOO COl NTEKFEIT
“New and Dangerous” Kprious GoW
Certificate Described to Postmast
Postmaster General New lias warn
ed postmasters throughout the coun
try to look out for a "new and dang
erous counterfeit SIOO gold certifi
cate” made by an exi>ert.'
The counterfeit is of the series of
1022. 11. V. Spellman, register of the
treasury:-Frank White, treasurer of
the Flirted States, and bearing the
portrait of Benton.
-Buy Christmas Seals.
The Christmas Seals went on sale
on Monday. Three-quarters of the
proceeds stay in this county to help
in the fight against tuberculosis. The
business district was canvassed by
the women. On' Friday the school
children will canvass the residential
part of the town—no other canvass
will be made and ]ieople are urged to
buy as liberally as possible from the
children. The money is used to |iny
for mitk and final for the undernour
ished children and patients who are
tiaaWe to provide for themselves.
Miss Ford, tuberculosis Anise, has
done a remarkable amount of work
throughout tltq whole county and ev
ery one is urged to buy Christinas
Seals so vviAinay lx* able to furnish
nourishment to those whom she finds
Buy Christmas Seals and help oth
ltut Christmas Seals and enjoy
your own Christmas more.
CABAKRFS COFNTY TFBEIt
• v CFLOSiS ASSOCIATION.
Colored People Pleased.
We colored people of Ward 4 in
tin* city of Concord are now tieginning
to feel like'we live in the city since
the improvement transaction has
reached Ward 4. Wr feel Hint the
right men are seated around the city
aldermen table now for we are_ re
ceiving improvements that no other
board has ever giveen this section.
Mr. <joint K. Smith, the city engi
neer. then Mr. It. C. Bentield and
his crowd of men come to the colored
section, where they an* welcome at
ati.v time. They have been in this
section now for some time and believe
me. the roods are looking some good.
And we will say that we are pleased
to the highest over tile job on our
We further wish the city alder
men of the city life, health and the
greatest of success in the coming year
of our laird 11)25.
W. WILL CANNON.
214 Chestnut St., City.
Harrisburg ( (immunity Club.
Harrisburg Community Club will
hold its regular meeting Thursday
night. December 3rd. at 7:-'!(). The
program is iis fallows*
Song by the audience.
Rending—Letlm May Stallings.
Reading—Miss Lula Morrison.
Reading—Miss Frances Sims.
Song by the boys.
I'iauo Solo—Miss Evelyn Barbee.
Talk—Rev. Mr. McGeiiec, Uolvnxon
Church. / /
Song by the audience.
We are not sure, but hope to have
the Mt. Pleasant quartette with us.
So please everybody come ami enjoy
the evening #ith tIV.
Committee—Mrs. W. Ed. Harris.
Mrs. Zrb Stafford. Miss Beulah Tay
Child of Mr. and Mrs. Whittings
Billie Lewis Whittings, two-day-old
child of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Whit
tings, died at the home of its parents
on Caldwell street at 3 o'clock Mon
day afternoon. Funeral services were
conducted this afternoon at 2 o’clock
and burial was made at Oak wood
Marriage Problems, a Macfaddvn
Publication for December. «i>cus the
pages of “A’ Bride* Diary” ajid re
veals the iutimute story of a girl of
the present day, “Judge Not" is a
true story of marriage by a minister's
wife. “Would You Condemn the Wo
man'/’’ is (he second prize story in
•lie fl.ooo Marriage Story Coutest.
“The Most Dangerous A**” denis with
a wife: who piqued by her husband s
seeming neglect, experimented tdo
=msss=j2‘.' V> i(Bf..', f!! 1 " W *==
Hlbthopisdic SERVICE S*\Y
FOR CABARRUS CRIPPLES
state Rehabilitation Department to
, Assist Disabled Chilians.—Oink at
; The State Rehabilitation Depart
ment. which has been establislied to
. assist disabled civilians in secar'ng
t Hieetled treatment and training to the
end that their earning capacity may
1 be increased, has recently begun the.
< organization of orthopedic clinics at
, central points all over the State, tnak
i iug available expert orthopedic service
■ for every cripple in need of such at
t tent ion.
I One of these clinics 4w being located
• at Charlotte to serve a group of coun
. ties Including Cabarrus. Rowan. st»n
--* ly. Fniou. Iredell and Mecklenburg.
This clinic will be held at the City
i health department building on Sfltur
. day. December sth and monthly thcre
i after. It is beiug sponsored by the
i Charlotte Rotary Club and wilt be in
■ charge of an expert orthopedic snr
i genii. This clinic will be equipped so
i as to provide thorough examinations
i and also treatment such as can be ad
ministered outside the hospital. The
I examinations will be absolutely free
; for everybody and for those who need
: treatment and are not able to pay, pro
visions have been made to take care of
their needs, wUltoul cost, at the clin
ic and in hospitals. All cases that
can lx* treated without hospitalization
will have the advantage of this clinic
every thirty days. Those cases re
quiring hospital care, if trader six
teen years of age. will be referred to
the State Orthopedic Hospital at
Gaston a. if over sixteen years of age.
be placed in free beds arranged
for at hospitals in Charlotte.
It should be noted that all cripples,
regardless of age, or race, are eligible
to this clinic.' Besides the ortliopcdit
services, the Rehabilitation Depart
ment offers special training, without
cost, to cripples over s'xtecu yhnrs of
age v hose disability amounts to a vo
cational handicap. - A representative
of tlii' department will be present at
each clinic to interview all eayes it
this class who limy wish to educate
twin-' Ives for som esuitable o ecu pa
tton. If you know of any cripples ir
ncenl of these services, you could do
them ;i favor by call'ng their atten
tion to those provisions beiug made
for their benefit or by reporting their
numc- to the 1 U'jKirtment of Vocation
al Rehabilitation. Raleigh, X. C. It
is hoped that b, cripples in this terri
tory will fail p) take advantage of tin
clink ns they have everything to gain
and nothing to lose.
PAPER REPLIES TO
Asheville Citizen Maintains Chat It
Is "Common Good Against Ex
Asheville, Nov. 30.—The campaign
for funds for the ptirehnse of the
Great Smoky Mountains for n
luitioual mirk, which begins here in
earnc-t tomorrow promisee to tie
complicated by the organized opposi
tion of certain lumbering interests,
nntl by. a battle between these io
trests mid the hotel owners. the
newnpapers.iind the business inter
ests of the cities of Western North
< 'nrdfttm, which are lined up firmly
on the side of the national park.
Full page advertisements in the
local dailies have during the jiast
week announced the opposition 1 of
the Champion Fibre Company to the
establishment of a national park in
the Great Smoky Mountains. In re
ply to ’this broadside the Asheville
Citizen, one of the formost pro|«>-
nont* of the national park plan yes
terday in an editorial declared that
the of the establishment of
a national forest in the Smokies af
ter the mountains laid boon denuded
of its tree undtho creation now of a
great national park was "a question
of common good against individual
"The broad proposition." the news
paper says, "is whether the general
good of all people, financially as
well as otherwise, litvs in the crea
tion ofthis park and its maintenance,
or in the removal of the remaining
portion of this virgin forest which
would be completed in a very few
Mars, leaving the great summits and
sides of theseNiffountuius bare atul
open to destruction by fire. It is a
question of common good aguinst in
"On tile one band we have the nr-
UI intent that it is better to leave these
fon-sts to be cut away for industrial
purposes and on lie other hand the
proposition to preserve them as a
rational playground for all the peo
ple with the consequent financial re
turn* which exjierts say would fol
low and • which would continue
throkjfbouf all time Evidently if we
is a prescription for
Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue,
Bilious Fever and Maliria.
It kills tig* germ*.
Away back in bistory,
sturdy Norsemen found cod- I
liver oil sufficient to help
develop marvelous strength
and endurance. I
is cod-liver oil like the VSk
inge thrived on prepared
in the form of a rich, JU
tasty cream, it bu&h
•trength and endurance,
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5 - r "f-- " r " " '.I
• Citizens Bank and Trust Company
Concord, N. C.
RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
- c. L. PROPST. Caoilier
A. F. GOODMAN, Vice President to YD DIGGERS Aset. Caahier
& ec. ba.i^hlm«: S geo. l. pattebson
a F GOODMVN S W ’ D pfeMB «f. KTON J - r - GOODMAN
We lend money on approved security.
THE HOME OF rece ' ve deposits subject to check..
GOOD BANKING We issue Certificates of Deposit bearing four per cent
■i■: > _ -
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OUR GRANDPARENTS— WE
Ordered wood or coal. a . _jf *
Stored it in the shed. Turn jr valvfc any hour of ”
Paid for it before using. tfce
Carried it to the kitchen and out a moment’s notice, have
placed it in the scuttle or a hot, clean, perfectly con
woodbax. .trolled tire from fuel ’which v
\ Fed the fire as needed. we do not have to store.
Carried out ashes, daily. which leaves no ash dhd
Paid for disposal of ashes, » which we use first and pax
later. for afterwards*.
“If It’s Done With Heat—You Can Do It Better With GAS’’
Concord & Kannapolis Gas Co.
"’“it until these mounaina arc <]e
iiudis). the interest _of the National
Government in them ns a park will
have entirety abated.”
In a reply to the cliai'gist of the
( hnnipion Fibre (’oittpuny tlnit the
Champion Fibre Company that the
entnliliehment of a NatinngT park
wi I Iniraws for all time atfil regard
less of changed economic conditions
one of tlie very large natural re
sources of Western North Carolina
from ull industrial use,” the editor
of the Citizen, istint* out (hut the
lumbermen of North Carolina have
all the forest* of Western North
Carolina. outside the relatively
small area to be reserved as a •‘park,
from which to draw on for lumber.
In the January number of True
.Story Magazine, ’a Macfaddeu publi
cation. appears “The Vnwanted Wom
an” in the person of Nora West, who
is unwanted by the mau for whom she
felt an overwhelming. Overpowering
love. Jerry in turn is in love with
Marie Savtiritt and to complicate mat
ters Jerry s uncle is found murdered.
•‘When u Man Lien-” is the Ittory of
pretty Jennie Hay. who was the vic
tim of an unscrupulous tmfn with a
mania for carrying ull the pretty girls
he met. There is also the first eHnp
tcr of "Broken Homes” which will
shortly be seen on the scree it.
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYB
Do Your Hens Lay
You make them lay and*
payfeeding Spartan Lay
ing Mash. Every sack guar
Also Extra .Good Scratch
Feed, only $3.00 per bag
■ ' A Dazzling Mystery Romance
; I ' *v
Twenty famous Authors
Now Running in The Tribune
Five young women just out of col
lege compose a real estate syndicate
which is said to have met with won
derful success in the Florida htufl
' ' /
can now be had in single or
double compacts, an innovation
which certainly will rejoice the
numerous friends of jjie exquis
ite* scent of Toujotirs Fidele
Jtt Blanche, Naturelle, Rachel j
Gibson Drug Store i
The Rexall Store
’•• ."" '■ '■ ‘ i '
Tuesday, December 1,1025
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. “What's your loom rate like?' 1
"I’rotß- near Everything rye-got.’*
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traataunt «t (tux It*.
trMtmtnt MoaTriih. * ‘
PEARL DRUG COMPANY