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Published in Two Sections, every
Tuesday and Friday at No. 45 Pollock
. J. LAND PRINTING COMPANY
Two Months I .20
1hr eMonths.... . , 25
Ste Month.- -50
Twel Months , 1 00
Only in advance.
a case of blood pohoning occurs it will
be found that the vitality of the victim
s so low that when these tiny bacteria
;et into the cut. sc atch or wound th. y
ire not dc r 'yed because of lack w
-hite corp '.cle, When th-y or.ee g t
start in th system of a rundown pr
ion they grow by 'eas and boun s
and the ancc:ed parts become swollen
painful, and dusky in color.
The first thing to do in a case ol
this bind is to call a phvsician, Tut
nu 4i can be dor.e in ,he meantime
d no time sionld be last in doirg
it, Ohe whole trouble was caused by
s lack of white corpuscles with which
to destroy the intruding vacteria. We
can't gt .-nti ieptics or germicides suf
qciently strong into the seat of the
trouble without seriously injuring tie
ftsh, ana atx ut all that remains is to
stimulate a flow of white corpuscles
to the scene of action to destroy and
Of course it h to be remembered
with r!p:;t to affairs in Mexico that
is is easy for the men in the saddle to
promise p -ace. Bringing it to pas? is
mother 'hing. A revolution can
brew in M.'Xico w!th very slight pro
vocation. But repeat development
in the national capital should certainly
nave the effect ot making the people
generally hesitite to participate in
movjments calculated to continue the
sta:e oc unrest and insurrection which
has existed so long and Which has well
nigh wrecked tli3 country.
MODERN CITY HALL BADLY
We heartily agree w.th our contem
porary ,the Sun, in thinking th.t it
is time the city was shamed by toe pro
gressiveness of private property-owners
on Craven street into buildine a suit
able city hall. If those citizens who are
remove the intruding bacteria Todo; thinking of shying a hat into the ring
Advertising rates furn'shed upon
nrplicarion at the elite, or upon in
quiry by mail. .
. . .,.
Entered at the Postoffice, New Bern,
N. C, as second-class matter.
The Semi-Weekly Journal's appeal
made a few weeks ago for mon
news from country correspondents,
had a noticeable effect as wc imme
diately received a number of mcst
inle.-csting letters. Now we are wri
ting1 again for fear the ardcr of our
friends will cool. We urte you to keep
the good work up. Help us make
the Semi-Weekly Journal helpful and
interesting to you.
We regard the letters from our
country correspondents as one of the
means the Journal has -of being: of
service to the section of country
through which it circulates, These
letters bring the people closer to
gether and tend to the development
of a community interest which is
most helpful. You help your own
community and by suggestion help
cth.r communities by sending us the
nevs as it transpires in your neigh
borh 'od. Let us hear from you !
this is it only necessary to have two
pads of water, one as hot as can be
t0(n;; and the other as cold as can fee
obtained. The part affected should
then be immersed in the hot water for
two minutes and in cold water for
a half minute, This process should
b: continued lor a half hour or more
at the time, arid repeated four or five
times a day. Ordinarily cold water is
rarely cold enough !o produce the
proper reaction, and iqe should, therefore,-
te added to further reduce its
temperature, The hot water should
as all times be kept as hot as can be
borne by the addition of boiling water,
When a localized abscess appears
lancing may be necessary, Red lines
ejtending from the inflected part arc
an indication of spreading infection,
and prompt and frequent treatment
should be used say for. every three
hours until these lines disappear
Boar.1 cf Health Press service.
in connec ion witn the coming citv
election will adopt as their platform
a new city hall and will make it plain
that tluy believe that platforms were,
maac to stand on as well as to get in
en, they will get a fine following and
w :i prouaoiy get into ofnee on just
that one plank. Niw Bern is getting
to be such a wide awake and progressive
city that it simply cannot afford to
g. t along any longer without a modern
by every lady attendine the sate wilt
be comfortably seated and the utmost
decorum will be maintained at each
sale. Each afternoon and evening
several valuable article taken from
the stock will be given away to these
This sale ii unlike the usual auction
sales and those who attend will secure
many real bargains, an efficient corps
of assistants will be on hand to assist
Mr. Hand and the best attention and
prompt service is assured all who attend.
THE TRUE TEST.
The doings of th: Turks, Bulga
and company seem rather tame com
pared wi h those of Madero and Diaz.
The esteemed Wilmington Star wan s
to know whv the suffragettes 1 ke
MEXICAN AFFAIRS LOOKING
The situation looks decidedly bright
er in Mexico. Madero has been forced
out by his own men and placed under
arrest. His commander-in-chiet. lien.
Huerta, has been proclaimed provis
ional president with the understanding
that he is to be succeeded bv General
Felix Diaz, the leader of the rebellion
Huerta, Diaz and General Blanquet
are in charge ot the altairs ol the dis
tracted republic. Tne policy of the
new government is suggested by the
following utterance ol General Blanquet
"This inhuman battle must end,
1 he time has come when some drastic
ineans must be taken to stop a con
Non-inteivention is the pro
g 'am as to Mexico but Uncle
S im is keeping his powder dry.
instead ol ride rumnan cars. Uj ; wmch fathe!- is killing son and
enough. I hey can t get the same at- brotnpr u fiehtine aeainst brother:
vertisement out ot riding futim ms tn. t when non-combatants arc sharing the
they can out of hiking. fale of W4r1tui an tnis because of tie
, I I . ., , I caprice of one man."
The House passed the public build- ( That j . th p sane and sensible view.
t4 bill, carrying t -wnty-flve million Therp h nQ nepd for he Mexicans t0
dollars in appropriations for public continuc u.ari ng one annther to pieces,
buildings throughout the country. Now j, lhc time too for Mr Barrett's
Wrapped up in the bill is the sum total medijtio;l plan to be put in opcralion.
of the acheievment, no doubt, of many , cl the Unju.(, States an(1 lhe 0(her
ol the law-makers. That they were ! benevolently disposed nations suggest
relying on it quite strongly to make t Mexico the wisdom of establishing
them solid with their constituents " peace and the follv of war. Hurrying
shown by the fact that the bUl carried I d d.nau hu to y c h
Tried in New Bern It Has Stood
The hardest test is the test of time,
and Doan's Kidney Pills have stood it
well in New Bern Kidney suflcrers can
hardly ask for stronger proof than the
R. A. Henderson, 150 Gcorg'.- St.,
New Bern, N. I'., says: "1 sulk-red
from a dull pain across my loins,
accompanied by an extreme lameness in
my back. I also had inflammation of
the bladder and the passages of the
kidnev bicrelions pained me, Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at the Brad-
ham Drug Co., removed the lameness
and pain and improved my condition
in every way." (Statement given Jan
uary JS 1W8.)
NO TROUBLE SINCE
When Mr. Hcndcson was interviewed
recently he said:' 'I willingly cn.iim
my former endorsement of Doan's,
Kidney Pills, for I have been free from
backache and kidney complaint since
1 took this remedy. You fire welcome
to continue the publication cf my state
For sole by all dealers. Price 50 cts'
I'ostcr-Milhurn Co, Burial-1, Mew York
sole agents for the I'nited ' States
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. (Adv.)
Hill found prcbnlde caufc and bound
the defendant over to the r.iM term il
Federal Court inJcr a I ond f ore
hundred and fifty dollars in default nf
which he was 'committed to tie
"OFFICER 666" MONDAY NIGHT,,
"Officer. 666," that facisnating flay
that New York and Chicago theatrt
goers have been raving over for the
past year, and which Messrs. Cohan
S Harris now announce for presenta
tion here at the Masonic theatre next
Monday night is a mrbdramatic faice
by Augustin Mac Hugh, with a lauph
compelling plot through which runs a
delightful web of mystery, presenting
t puzzle to the police, tne solving ol
which js productive of some of the
most exciting scenes ever devised for
phy, purposes on the American stage.
PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND
The debating class from the Wash
ing High School who are to meet a class
from the New Bern High School in
Urithin auditorium tomorrow night,
will arrive in the city tomorrow after-
toon and will probably return home
on rhc midnight train, the public is
invited to attend this debate. An ad
mission fee of five cents will be charged
This will be used in defraying (he ex
penses of he visiters.
A SMALL BEGINNING.
There is nothing mors important in
any undertaking than a proper start and
it 'la well known fact that practically ev
ery achievement of any importance start
ed with a very small beginning.
No matter how little money you are
able to set aside each month from your
earnings you should set aside something
and deposit it in a strong, sife institution
such as The Peoples Bank.
We pay four per cent interest on sav
ings accounts and certificates of deposit
and welcome checking accounts in any
by the overwhelming majoriyt of
ghts to Vera Cruz is perhap
necessary, but the appointment of a
commission to try to -arranje for a
permanent cessation of war would be
much more agreeable to Mexico and
would be a far greater contribution
to the sum of human happiness.'
The Diaz revolution in Mexico
has dragged out a week, the
press dispatches state. We had
n't thought that it appeared to
be dragging. On the contrary, to
thelrpman, more or less unfami
liar with revolutions, it appeared
THINKS PARTIES SHOULD KEEP
Rnnrpcpntnt iv-p Kilzirprald of Rrock-
lyn voted against a large appropriation
for th? Federal building in his city.
Such indifference to pork had never
twin lipnrrl anH n a result. Fitz-!
gerald is anathema no doubt to a large j ward for any case of Cartarrh that
numter of Brooklynites who think cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
that a Congressman's worth to ihcl(jure
country is measured bv the amount ot
We offer One Hundred Dollars
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Wc, the under; ig led, have known F.
tolerably lively clip.
Federal money he can procure lor his
district. But Fitzgerald seems to be
a man who thinks that a partv should i I. Cheney for the last IS years, and be
that Diaz Wrs hitting it UD at a k e? ts Kmlse8 J"1 a an nv? ual Keve him perfectly honorable in all
old-fashioned in times when the ma-bjsiness transactions and financially
terialistic view of politics seems to , able to carry out any obligations made
predomiuate overwhelmingly. But bv the firm.
it is a fact that one way to economize NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
is to stop spending money where it is T I H O
not needed and to stop spending a loieoo, u.
larger amount of money for a given! Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
purpose than the necessity actually ally, acting directly upon the b'ood and
justifies. The Democrats ought not , muC0U9 siwface8 of the system. Testi-
The Mexican government, in
establishing a censorship of the
news that is sent out from the
eat of war, is taking the best
means possible to incur the ill
will of the whole civilized world-
Those suffragette "hikers," if
they don't have a care, will get
50 much in earnest that they will
develop into the militant kind
that infests England and it is
certain that they did not start
start out with such an intention.
If Americans in Mexico City
had a vote they would be for a
monials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
HOLD AUCTION SALES
to have ridden into office on promises
to be economical in expending the
money of the people unless they had
intended to abide by these promises.
SUFFRAGISTS AND ANTI-SUFFRAGISTS.
The suffragettes are not the only
women who are going to make a dem
onstration in Washington inauguration
week. The anti-iuffragisls are going
Kb rn I. in fllMl frtrPP M l
Arthur M. Dodge of New York, who ,n8 kuttCB a big auction sale. He
is heading the anti-suffrage campaign Purchase; his sotck in large tpiantiiies
has arrived in Washington and begun !and ',as recently made a number of
a search for a pl ice suitable as head- j purchases. 'ndm? his store over-
quarters ivvmsh mi. na uciiuiu iu iuuuuvl a
She declares that the great majority ju,s
Two Daily, Beginning Saturday, at
Paxter's Jewelry Store.
J. O. Baxter, the jeweler, is prcpar-
CLEANS OUT JERKINS ALLEY
Mayor Directs a Number of Dis
orderlies to Change Residence.
Recently the police have received
many complaints from citizens living
near Jerkins alley, a location near thi
Union passenger station, in regards tt
a number ot colored men and womei
who lived by their wits alone and wcrt
constantly creating a disturbance ant
malting lite miserable lor every one
in that section.
Yesterday afternoon Mayor Mc
Carthy had I-eona Chapman, Llle
Brandlev, Maud Wcatherly, s Betti
Carter, Amy Bryant. Alice Ellison
Bertha Bryant, Nellie Simpson, ant
Willie Parker, colored, belore him on
charge of vagrancy. Thev all liv
in Jerkin; alley and are said to be rin
leaders in the disorderly conduct win
has recently occurred in that scctio
After hearing some of the complaint
the Mayor sentenced each one of the
to jail for thierty days but gave then
until this afternoon to move out ol
that section and go to work. Tht
officers were given itrict orders t
arrest each one of the offenders who
had failed to comply with this orde:
Ephnam Pipkin was before the May
or on a warrant charging him wit
retailing spirituous liquors. Probabl
cause was found and he gave bond fe
nis appearance at superior t,ojrt.
ATTENDS MEETING OF MEDI
Dr. R. N. Duffy is attending a
meeting of the Tri-State Medical
Association which convened in Nor
folk, Vn., for a session of three day .
This association is composed of phv-
sicians in North Carolina .South Caro
lina and Vireinia and about thre
hundred delegates are in attendance
at the meeting now in progress, Nor
folk made extensive preparations 'for
the entertainment o! the visiting doc
tors and their visit in that citv will be
made very agreeable.
Yes, Alonzo, there's a vast dlff.-renci
between lkng cordial and drinking one
APPOINTED LOCAL AGENT FOR
Captain D. C. Lancaster of Vance
boro, who is handling the Daytoi
motorcycles in this section, has mad
arrangements with Garrison Farrov
to cover tne territory in and aroum
New Bern and has placed one' of th
machines with him! Captain I. am asti
I has had the agency for this popul
James L. Hand, one of the best motorcycle for only a few weeks bit
: . f i - . . U U 1 1 . .4
oi women nu n w. i mi; uanui .iiiu. 7 . ' . ---- , .. , . .
j I ,l u; A r'.L.. .u. ...i :..: ri known icwe rv acutuionecr of America, aunng tnis time lie nas placed sevcra
UWaeil new uamuomira inoicau ui , nat me wom.vi. mm, M 8'"'"S i . , . ' ',, K V of ,h,, Mr. Farrow is wpII know,
"1; .1 i :i:.i'!i u y lilt, I ' O A ' I 1 IU . -
Dr. Wilson has been hollering
for a s mple inauguration. Well,
they do say that ihe price the
hotel keepers are asking for ac
commodations is simply awf jl.
For instance, three hundred dol
lars for one front room.
in this city and surrounding sectiot
themselves claim only eight per cent.
of the tot; as having sabscribed them
sclve; as suffragists. ,
It will nrohaMy be said in answer
to Mrs. Dodge's argument that on?
rtason so lew women, comparatively
speaking, have declared for suffrage
is that so few of them have made up
their minds one way or the other. A
e dict from t'le women on the qucs
lion before the have thought seriously
about it and before they have heard
Mrs. Dodge and her co-workers against
suffrage and General Rosalie Jones,
Mary Johnston and the rest in favor of
suffrage is hardly conclusive.
We have a sneaking idea that if a
great many of the women who are
now indifferent to the suffrage question
could hear Mary Johnston or sonic of
the other earnest and able advocates
of the causj set forth the reasons why
women should vote they might undergo
a chi-ge of mind It is very easy to
.orm a 1 opinion without a caref-.l con-
t . 1 . C .L . ... Ill ..I .nn nf ill Ihn l.iilM Imrn (ro.
er. Due ui3 most or mem wuii1"'""" . .
I nllU a IIIUUUBIIIUII '"''" ' iiiik ,t npp a .1
n a very different light when explaine I
Ly s me one who has thought out all
t e kin;, in it.
Certainly the sufTragis's should not
be set down as leading a forlorn and
mistaken hope just b cause they hap
pen to be in somewhat of a minority
. t present. For it is of course entirely
po-'iP'e t i n wnat is now a smaii ma-
minority may grow into a large majority
"Uncle Joe" Cannon was giv
en a rousing farewell the other
night in Washington. Evidences
of real admiration and esteem
were plentiful. The views of
the majority of folks in this
country ae different from those
entertained by the former Soeak-
.1 . I . , 11 1,1111111 1 i-n nitcrntirdLnn
1 ci . u ' conduct thew auction snips. This i
.Sr. ur unonW women in the I Mr. Hand's second visit to the city"?nd will no doubt be quite successft
Irft-J States and that the fuffraeis . .Scptcmbsr, 1905, he coodictcd a handling the Uayton.
immi ii I I J 1111 111, . LMAICI .Mill IIIIS .
proved to be a complete success. I BOUND OVER, JAILED IN DE
The sale will begin next Saturday FAULT OF BOND.
an! will continue through several days. Champ Benton, colored, who wa:
There will be two sales daily, one be- arrested at his home near Maple Cv
ginning at 2:30 o'clock in th; after- press early Tuesday morning by United
noon and the other at 7:30 o'clock in State Dja'uty Marshal Samuel Lilh
the evening. Every article in the store on a warrant charging him with retail
will be placed on sale to the hiirhcst
bidder and will positively be sold to the
lidy or gentleman making the highest
Arrangements arc being made where-
inz spirituous liquors without a govern
nient license, w.13 given a preliminary
hearing yesterday afternoon before
L. S. Commissioner C. B. Hill. After
hearing th; evidence Commissioner
give him credit for some very
strong points. He is true to his
convictior s and that w a very
admirable trait indeed. He
Icnows how to accept defeat
gracefully and that is also to his
credit Newspaper readers will
see him pass otf the stage of
public life with little regret but
at the same lime will follow him
with kindly feelings, forgetting
the arbitrariness with which he
aerved as presiding officer of the
House and the coarse language
Plans for M. Suskios' new residence
to be erected on Metclf street have
been completed and material for its
construction is n w being placed on
The work of enlarging the Dennison
' ouse on Metcalf street, now owned, by
Mrs. C. W. Blanchard of Kinston, is
ranidlv progressing. The building is
. u v- u'bein( so arranged that it will romforta-
which he on occasions used. He bl ccmmoUte four families, each
Js not the highest lype of puWic, apartment being fitted with modern
men by any means, but that he ""'
was honest in his opinions and! washing sympathy.
above Venality IS conceded by a.I s,,m. newspapers are very much
who observed his career.
Ao Easy Remedy to be Applied
Blood poisoning, or septicemia, as
the doctors call it is a serious and
dangerous condition, It very frequent
ly results from very trivial injuries
Whet harness is hat a slight scratch
or Ct o c in i ad a certain kii.d U
bacteria get into tne wound and start
all the truble, This much is a com
mon, everyday occurremr, But when
peeved b. cause the immigration auth
orities interposed an objection to Castro
formerly of Venezuela, being admitted
to this country. One of the questions
that Castro refused to answer was as
to whether he had instigated the death
f a certain man in veneftiela. He
aid it was an impertinent question.
A man who can't say that hr has not
committed m -rder i not a fit man to
be admitted into this co ntry. Th J
tiewpipers which are si m ich ton
cerned about Castro should save their
sympathy for somebody more deserv
ing of It.
are quickly relieved by an application of Sloan's
Liniment You don't need lo rub just lay on
lightly. It penetrates at once to
the seat of the trouble.
Miss Zisif. Mantkky, 432c) Talmaa
Are., Chicago, III., writes: "About two
yean ago my mother broke down with
rheumatism. The doctors didn't do any
good. My mother was persuaded to try
Sloan's liniment, and in three weeks
wrs entirely well and I believe she ia
Miss IL E. Lindiucaf, Gilroy, Calif. ,
writes " Mr mother has used one toe.
bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and althouch she Is over 8i vesrs nf in she has
obtained great relief from her rheumatism."
Rhcamnarttm Entirely Com
Miss Evilitta Mvsa, of 1215 Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio, writes:
" My mother was troubled with rheumatism and her friends advised her to get
Sloan's Liniment and her rheumatism is entirely gene. At the same time the
family was troubled with ring-worms there were five ring-worms between my
sisters and I and Sloan's liniment cored every one of us in a week's time."
is the best remedy for neuralgia, adatica, lumbago, chest
paim, asthma, hay fever, croup, soro throat and sprains.
At all dealers. Price, SiBc, Oe, and $1 .00.
ikma's Book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry seat free. Address
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
Th 3 Chesapeake line must have a
veteran press agent to have rcvivrd
.he ancient story of the "ur.mailed
letter. " w
Many a man who kills himr.clf be
cause his "family would lie better off
without him" is right about the latter
part of it. t: fe. f-'
The way to be a great man is to tell
it yourftlf. (,( - v t
A girl thinks she really needs a dif
fereut h?au for every different color
she we irs. ' tfe
What makes a man a very comfort
table h iiie is for all the family to be
iw.iv visiting grandma.
Even a lazy man never gc!s tired
'tinning for office. tw
Naturally a beauty doctor likes to de
mand a aandsqjne ice.
An artist may paint his wife, but usu
ally she paints hcrsclt.
Mrs. Martin Tells About a Painful
Experience that Might Rave
' Ended Seriously.
rjvesville, X!. Va. Mrs. Dora Martin
In a letter from Rlvesvllle, writes:
"For three years, I suffered with wo
mcnly troubles, and had pains In my
baclt and sldo. I w.13 nervous and
could not sleep at night
The doctor could not, helj ran. He
said I would havo to be operated on be
fore I could get better. I thought 1
would try uslss Cardul.
Now, 1 am entirely well.
I am sure Cardul saved my life. 1
will never be without Cardul In my
Uome. I recommend It to ray fvieniK"
Tor fl.'ty years, Cardul has boen re
lieving pain and dlstracu caused by wo
manly trouble. It Will surely help you.
It goes to the spot reaches the
trouble relieves the symptoms, and
drives away the cause.
It you suffer from any symptoms of
womanly tronblo, take Cardnl.
Your druggist sells and recommends
It. Get a bottle from him today.
N. D Write 0: Udln' Advisory Dept.. Oitt.
xoz Mrttcinc Co.. Outtinoota, Tmn.. for Special
lnUrnaiom, and 64-(a(t book. "Home Truup-a
Woasn." mm la Dlala arrasaar. oa rcauast.
WANTED IVTen with te:nw. either
oxsn or m iles, to haul ar.d deliver logs
0 railroad trac't. Short hiuls snd gord
ay every week. Apply to Eiat Cm-
ma Lumber Company nesrOlympis, N,
A Car Load of Fine Kentucky
HORSES AND MULES
We also carry a complete line of up-to-date Bug
gies and Harness, Whips, Robes and everything in the
We also carry a full line of Wagons, Cart Wheels
etc. Call on us when in need of anything in our
line. We are yours to please. Terms: Time or Cash.
T. W. HOLTON
BRIDGETON.I N. C.
Visit Chas. Ellis & Brother
New Bern, N. C.
Where They Sell it For Less. Prices Less Than
Chas. Ellis & Bto.
72 Middle St
INVESTING YOLR MONEY.
An authority on investing maney names 6.5 points
that should be observed by every pe.son who buys
"investments. Most people are too busy to study
investment propositions so thoroughly. It requires
an expert to select sound and paying investments.
Even loans on first mortgages require careful inves
tigation and rare skill, experience and those facilities
for procuring information that the ordinary man and
woman do not have at their command. The off
icers of this bank are always pleased to talk with
any person who is considering investments. This
bank invites savings accounts in any amount,
NEW BERN BANKINGS TRUST C?
CAPITAL $ 100.000.00
FOR SALE Lons blade Louisiana
otton seed. These seed are absolute
ly pure. $1.25 per busuel. Address
ohn Fearcc, Pollc k .villc. N. C.
STOP AT THE
When in Norfolk
908 Main St.
Z. V. BARRINGTON, Propriety
Kates $ I. w day; $7.fx) week
Hot and cold baths. Special
attention to transienta. Hoim
Bellair Stock and Fruit Farqi.
G. T. RICHARDSON, Proprietor.
I have Full Blood Angus Bulls and Heifers for sale
immune from Texas fever, also full blood Berkshire
Ho?s. You are cordially invited to visit farm an d
O. 7. RICHARDSON
New Bern. N. C, R. F. D io. 7.
Phone, Bellair line, 4 rings.
B. P. S. Paint for every pur
pose. J . S. Basmght Hard ware
Co., New Bern, N. C-
"Bucks" Stoves and Range
S. Baanight Hdw. Co., New
nuim PRICE 10 CENTS
F ARRIS NASSEF, Proprietor
ZXPZ'ZZZ 66-68-7 Middle St. NEW BERN
fafl jlrMHasiyiaBifcaana. Baa axial
mmm ran Tr acauig f wots.
CO, l MswlsH(EC
Ask yot.r deulcr. or send 10c
n stumps to above addrece and
ottlc will be mailed to you at
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