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The Best Pain Killer.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve when applied
to a cut, bruise, sprain, burn or scald,
or other injury of the skip will imme
diately remove all pain. E. E. Chamber
Mothers Have Your Children
Are they feverish, restleas, nervous,
irritable, diziy or constipated? Do they
continually pick their nose or grind
lin nf PHntnn M rnh, their teeth? Have they cramping pains,
cuts and other injuries of their terrors. n ravenous appetite? These
As a healing" remedy it. equal don't ir " sWna of worms' Worms not
exist." Will do good for you. Only onlv cause your child suffer, ng, but
25c at all druggists. (Adv.) stunl 118 mmQ anu ,,
- "Kickapoo Worm Killer" at
U.vnr r.vnr ; rnin tonm aa 9n f It kills and femoves the worms, im
InHononHt nH .. nf one vote, proves your child's appet te, regulates
I stomach, liver and bowels. The
Suffered Eczema Fifty Years Now symotom9 KPpear and your b
yfll i maae nappy ana neuuuy iiatuic
tended. A 1 druggists or by mail, 25c,
Seems a long time to endure the aw-
ful burning, itching, smarting skin di
sease known as "tetter" another name
for Eczema. Seems good to realize, also,
that Dr. Hobaon's Eczema Ointment
has proven a perfect cure.
Mrs. D. L. Kenney writes: "Icannot
sufficiently express my thanks to you
for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment
It has cured my tetter, which has
troubled me for over fifty years." All
druggists, or by mail, 50 c. (Adv.)
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa.
KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE
Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis, Mo.
If you are a chronic fault finder it's
a sign that your acquaint nces are
tired of having you around.
Minister Praises This Laxative.
Rev. H. Stubenvoil, of Allison, la., in
praising Dr. King's New Life Pills for
constipation, writes: "Dr. King's New
Life Pills are such perfect pills no home
should be without them." No better
Most men want to reform those regulator for the liver and bowels.
things that have a good salary attachment.
Every pill guaranteed. Try them.
I Price 25c. at all druggists. (Adv.)
"I was troubled with constipation and
indigestion and spent hundreds of
dollars for medicine and treatment,"
writes C. H. Hines, of Withlow, Ark-
"I went to a St. Louis Hospital, also
to a hospital in New Orleans, but no
cure was effected. On returning home
I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets,
and worked right along. I used them
fo.- some time and am now all right."
Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)
When people pay cheerfully for a
photograph it is a safe bet that it
And it might be well to remember
that no man is any better than your
FOR FLETCHER S
THE NEWS OF ERNUL.
Personal Items Of Interest
Other Local News.
Good Reason for His Enthusiasm.
When a man has suffered for several
days with colic, diarrhoea or other form
(Special to the Journ' 1.)
Ernul, N. C, Aug. 26. Miss
of bowel complaint and is then cured Wetherington, of South Carolina, who
Eound and well by one or two doses has been visiting her sister at this place
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera an? has gone to Maple Cypress to spend
Diarrhoea Remedy,, as is often the a few days.
case, It is but natural that he should Misses Ida Cayton and Ruth and
be enthusiastic in his praise of the reme- Blanch Heath are visiting at Bridge
dy, and especial y is this the case ton this week.
of a severe attack when life is threat- Mrs. Affic Barrington, of Vance
ened. Trv it when in need of such boro, is visiting friends and relatives
remedy. It never fails. Sold by all at this place.
dealers. (Adv.) J Mrs. G J. Ipock, of this place, who
has been visiting her son Mr. K. R
Thev will cirt out a irreat manv Ipock, of' Newport, returned home
drivers of automobiles if they make yesterday.
the Unit the age of discretion.
How the Trouble Starts.
Constipation is the cause of many
ailments and disorders that make
life miserable. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets, keep your bowels regular
and you will avoid these diseases.
For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
Not even a woman ever
I Granulated SorejEyes Cured.
"For twenty years I suffered from a
bad case of granulated sore eyes, sa
Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "I
February, 1903, a gentleman asked nr
to try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought
one box and used about two-thirds
of it and my eyes have not given mi
any trouble since." This salve is
for sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
Mr. C. A. Ipock and son, Churchill,
made a business trip to New Bern
Mrs. J. R. Avery spent Sunday in
A large crowd from Ernul went to
Morehead City Sunday. They re
ported a fine time.
Mrs. Jane Cayton, of this place
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. K. R. Ipock, of Newport, re
turned home Monday.
Mr. Russel Lancaster, of Vance
boro was at Ernul Sunday.
The First Letter of
By ALBERT KENYON
F. Ipock Painfully Injured By
Most of a man's illusions come out
with his hair.
(Special io the Journal.'1
Perfection, Aug. 27. Mrs, James
I Dock was at Perfection last week
Miss Susan DeBruhl visi ed last
week at the home of 0. H. Wethering-
on at Tuscarora
Miss Estelle Dillon, of Tuscaro a,
is spending a few days with relatives
in this section.
M s. Waldron Richardson, o Bel-
lair, Misses Florence and Julia W ther
ing spent Monday at Perfection.
Mrs. Lynn Richardson and children,
of Elizabeth Ci y, are visiting relatives
and friends at this place,
Mrs. Lon Taylor, of lrenton, is
Wfc.t l. iw tM ttwtldMHon? visiting at tne nome oi w. w. roncr.
M, A f n,mn.,in On. i V. layior, jr., oi liew oern, is a
tarin ha. heen trnnhled for vear. with Wetnerington S place aoingsome
inHi;n anH r-nmmnH rhamh, repair work on his automobile
6 ' I O I. II., U..- a
Iain's Tablets as "the best medicine I r- W8S '- -
ever used." If troubled with indl- few day "8 Piec.e timber
rnn.Hnatlon rive them which was accidentally dropped oy
f.i ti,v .,. rraln rn nrnv haa. his son Harvey struck him on the head
facial. They are easy to take snd Pr. ipocK was loading a wagon at
. i .a . n:,. k ume ana ms ion was bbsiiuuk mm
-IMCMMMIl 111 CilCVt. L 1 HC, 4rJ VCNM I ...
For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
We know some men who seem to
know everything that isn't worth
His injuries are not serious,
Mrs. Grover Cox has returned from
Many a man puts his foot in it visit e a '
hpn h, attomnt. tn .tanrl on h . wno IS ill ar ner nomc ai ociiair. mr.
d; it I Cox reports that her condition is much
a j i. . m
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox are spend
Remarkable cure of uysentery. ,., wk, on their farm at
I was attacked with dysentery AvH
about July 15th, and used the doctors . w D and GeorIC Civilshave
medicine and otaer remedies witn nreturtveu rom Kinston where they
relief, only getting worse all tne time. QUtM a load 0f tobacco aad placed
I was unable to do anytning ana my i . n tho thfl, the ware
weight dropped from 145 to 125 pounds. bgaM opened. The price they received
I suffered for about two months when from fc k the wccd was
I . . I I L I
I was aaviscu w uc iMinuwiu gratifying,
Colic, Cholera and uiarrnoea Kemeny. . mu dolna around per
s ..i t i. . l ' "
I used two bottles oi it ana " fection afthe present time. The farm
me permanent reuci, writes o. w. er M graamg tobacco, cutting hay
Mill, oi snow i mi, n.
all dealers. (Adv.)
(Quotations Furnished By Coast
Line Meat Market.)
Chirkrns, grows, pair 75 to 85c
ror SSJS Oyiniliiin f(Ml.lrr .nd eatinir watermelon
There is very little fruit in this section
this season and this fact is greatly
There is but very little sickness In
or around rencciion ai inu pru.i-m
time and this a source of much gratifi
cation to ail.
One evenln' when I watered the
horses and milked the cows and done
all the other chores we farmers have
to do I went into the house and got
my sapper. By the time I'd washed
the dishes I was dead tired and, set
tin' down in front of the Are, got to
thlnkin' what a lot o' work I had to
do that was usually done by women.
I could stand It all till It came to
wasbin' dishes, and that I always
There came a rap at the door and
Cynthia Jones came in to ask me If I
wouldn't lend her mother a quart of
milk. The Joneses have the next
farm to mine. There's one boy and
five girls. I've often wondered what
Farmer Jones'U do with all his girls.
There's only one lMn' at the farm,
and that'll go to the boy. I went to
the springhonse and got Cynthia- the
milk, and as I handed It to her she
"You're very comfortable here, Mr.
Crabb, ain't you 7"
"Well, yes," I answered. "I'm com
"Don't you ever git lonesome llvln'
"No. I don't git lonesome' at all.
You see, by the time I git the dishes
washed it's perty nigh bedtime."
"Do yon like dlshwnshln'? Most
"I hate it"
"Why don't you git a woman to do
it for your
"I den't know anybody that would
like to hire out for that purpose."
"You might marry some one.. She
could do all the woman's work the
sweepin', the cookin', the milkln' and
"I don't know any one that would
"You don't mean It I Why, there's
lots o' nice girls would be glad of the
position. I know a girl that would
marry yon and make you a good wife."
"Why, Mr. Crabb, you wouldn't have
me tell you. She wouldn't thank me
for doln' bo. If she did it would be
Immodest of her."
"Is it Susan Park?"
"It ain't Melts Billings, is It?"
"No: I don't refer toMells. But I
won't give you any more guesses."
"Seems to me that's kind o' mean."
"I'll tell you what I'll do. Come In
to our house Sunday night and I'll
give you the first letter of her first
I made the call on Sunday evening
and found all the family except Cyn
thla gone to church. There was a fire
burnlu' on the hearth, and the brass
andirons shone beautiful. Cynthia bad
some apples and cider on the table
waltln', and altogether everything
looked mighty fine. Somehow I could
never make my livln' room look like
that, and I told her so. She said men
couldn't do such things; only women
Cynthia made me feel so good that
I forgot all about askln' her the letter
she was goln' to tell me, and I went
away without It I met her on the
road the next day, and I said:
What was the letter you was goln'
to tell me? I clean forgot it"
"You'll have to come for It next Sun
day," she said as she hurried on.
I went the next Sunday night and
the first thing I did was to ask for
that letter before I forgot it Cynthia
said she'd tell me Just before I went
home, only I was to remind her of it
The family was mostly at home this
time, and Cynthia took me into a little
0 by 0 room off the dinin' room. There
was only one easy chair In it Cyn
thla set herself down In that and left
me a chair with a wooden seat To
ward 10 o'clock I got so tired I couldn'
stand it any longer. I got up and walk
ed about to rest myself, and Cynthia
moved aside, and, seeln' she didn't in
tend to be mean about it I set down
Would you believe it? I went away
without thlnkin' to remind her of the
first letter of the girl's name who
would like to marry met I met her in
a few days in the store and asked her
for it but she said I'd have to try It
again and if I didn't remember this
time she wouldn't tell me at all.
I went round the third time to get
that letter and found not only the fam
lly at home, but a lot o' friends there
So Cynthia had to take me to a closet
where they kept old books and maga
sines, and we set on the pile with our
legs stfckln' out into the hall. The
closet was narrower than the easy
chair we'd set in the second night
was there, and there wa'n't no room
for my arm, so I bad to put it around
her. We set there that a-way from
till 10 o'clock.
"By cracky," I said jest as I was
a-goin' away, 'If I didn't pretty nigh
forgit agin to ask for that lettorl"
Cynthia larfed and said that the first
letter I bad missed by not askln' for
at my first 7:all and the second I'
missed on my second calL So I was
only entitled to the third letter, which
was "a" I didn't liku that way
pnttin' me off and went back and set
down ag'ln to persuade her to tell me
the whole thing. She wouldn't but
we had our beads perty nigh together,
and a lock of her hair brushed my
cheek. I kissed her. Then I said
didn't care a rap for all the letters
the other girl's name. I wanted her
come In and do the woman's work on
my farm for me.
And, laws, bow we did kick up our
heels at the weddln'l
Curious History of the Jog In Our
Northern Boundary Line.
How did the United States come to
get that small corner of land which
juts out from the extreme northern
boundary of Minnesota? History of
that little "nose" which sticks out Into
Canada from Minnesota and which
constitutes the northernmost point of
the United States is very Interesting.
Under the treaty of 1783 the boundary
between the United States and British
possessions was fixed. A certain point
on the Lake of the Woods was mutual
ly agreed to as one starting point this
being considered the headwaters of the
St Lawrence river and great lakes
At that time It was not known wheth
er this point was north or south of the
forty-ninth parallel, but it was known,
to be close to It The understanding
was that from that point the boundary
should go north or south to the forty-
ninth parallel, as the case might be.
Later and more accurate surveys
showed that point was about twenty-
five miles north of the forty-ninth par
allel, and so at this place the boundary
makes a Jog above that line.
Uncle Sam thus has a little piece of
territory of about a hundred square
miles in extent north of the general
boundary. And the Joke of it is that
any one has to go by water in order to
reach this little piece of territory unless
he wants to go through Canada. Path
Answers The Call
New Bern People Have Found That
This Is Necessary.
LOVE SWAYS THE ARTIST.
His Work Shows the Glorifying Power
of the Grand Passion.
How Wagner must have loved when
he wrote that!" exclaimed old King
William of Prussia when he heard
"Tristan und Isolde" for the first time.
We know now through the publication
of Wagner's love letters and other bio
graphical and autobiographical mate
rial that he was in love with Mathllde
Wesendonck when he composed the
opera. This passion was warp and
woof of that immortal music drama,
the greatness of which compelled Wag
ner all the rest of his life to hold him
self up to his highest level of production.
Frank Harris has pretty definitely
proved that Shakespeare wrote "An
tony and Cleopatra" under the influ
ence of a tragical and hopeless love for
Mary Fitton. It has been declared by
great critic that "Antony and Cleo
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench.
A little cause may hurt the kidneys.
Spells of backache often follow.
Or some irregularity of the urine.
A splendid remedy for such attacks.
A medicine that has satisfied thou
Is Doan's Kidney Pills.
Thousands of people rely uppon it.
Here is one case.
James E. Askin, James City, N. C,
says: While in the army, 1 had a
severe strain and after that, I was
subject to attacks of kidney trouble.
My back ached a great deal and as
time passed, the trouble grew much
worse. I tried many remedies, but
seemed unable to get relief. Hearing of
Doan's Kidney Pills. I got a box.
They gave r me great benefit. They
not only removed the pain in my back,
but strengthened my kidneys and
improved my health."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
PINELAND SCHOOL GIRLS
Fall Term Opens Sept. 9, 1913.
A large, modern brick building, steam heated, baths, running
water in all the bed rooms, elegantly lighted. Furnished with the beet
furniture. Good board prepared under the direction of the Domestic
Excellent courses in Domestic Science, Music, and Voice. A Lit
erary Course which prepares for College and life. A Faculty of Eight.
Rates reasonable. Girls wishing to live at actual expense will find good
accommodations in the Club.
- - - - - :;-MSm
For Catalogue, Address
Salemburg, N. C. -
- - Sampson County.
TRINITY PARK SCHOOL
Location excellent. Equipment first-class. Well-trained Faculty
of successful experience. Special care of the health of students.
An instructor in each dormitory to supervise living conditions of
boys under his care. Excellent library and gymnasium facilities.
Large athletic fields. Fall Term opens September 10.
FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE ADDRESS
W. PEELE, HEADMASTER.
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
Great Sale in Full Swing
Our Big Summer reduction sale is now In full
Swing Prices 25 to '35 per cent, lower than thev have
ever been offered for in New Bern before on our entire
stocKot dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, caps, furnish
ing goods, notions, trunks and traveling bags.
SERVICES AT THE CHRISTIAN
CHURCH, REV. J. R. SMITH
(Special to the Journal.)
Bndgeton, N. L., Aug. Li. A re
vival m eting at the Christian Church
was begun Monday night by the pastor,
Rev. J. R. Smith. The music is being
onducted by Prof. Perry, a.bly as
sifted by his wife, and will add a great
deal to th meeting. Everybody
cordially invited. A new piano pu chasec
of the Full r Music House, at New Ben
has just been installed in the Christ
ian Church here and that with thi
Ml Middle street, New Bern, N. G
C. t. SBJSlCBR
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Hominy
Seed Wheat and Seed Rye. Brick for Sale.
Mail Orders Given Careful Attention.
Lower Middle Street, New Be rn, N. C.
organ already in the chu ch is beinj
patra" has in It every shred of Shake used in the meeting.
spenre's vitalizing power and that asl The Methodist and Chrisiian Sun
. ... i ii it,, ..p ,,,,, 1 . . . ....
ITUKUuy . mania iub zeuuu ml uu (iay scnools 01 bridgeton Held tticir
achievement. If it Is Indeed Mary Fit-
ton who Is in It she possesses a monu
ment more glorious than any memorial
of stone ever raised to a potentate, a
saint or a god.
Not every man who lives by art is a
Shakespeare or a Wagner, but every
artist, great or small, Is subject to the
same principle of the animating and ington Sunday
glorifying power of love. Joseph Ed I morning
gar Chamberlain In New York Mull.
annual picnic a Glcnburnie Park last
Thursday, and it was a complete
success in every way.
lv(r. ana Mrs. tlijaii layior ant'
Mesdames J. H. Oglesby, E. R. Phil
lip and H. C. Lancaster attendar
the organ revival nice ing a Was!
no returned Momkyl
"Imnelnntion," says a doctor, "must
always be reckoned with In medl
cine sometimes as a friend, some
times as a foe. I know a doctor who
treated an old woman for typhoid, and
on each visit he took her temperature I to large audiences.
Isaac Lewis and family returned
Friday from a visit to Pamlico Count
Miss EvafMozingo has returned fron
a visit to friends in the country!
Daniel Lane, of Bellair, conducted
ervices at the M. E. Church Sunday
morning and night, and preached
Horse Racing Motorcycle
LABOR DAY, September 1st.
Eastern Carolina Fair Grounds, New Bern, I C. 1
3 Three Horse Races. Free for all. Three Minute 8
x anuz;zo. iwo ivioiorcycie Kaces. g
J rvnj Toomvr rn riuiu j x
YiViVii.-o i vy. aut. vniiui i.'ii unuer vweive zoc. x
GRAND STAND - FREE
by holding a thermometer under her
tongue. One day when she had nearly
recovered the doctor did not bother to
take her temperature, and he had
hardly got 100 yards from the house
when her Bon called him back.
"'Mother Is worse,' said the man.
Come back at once.'
"The doctor returned. On his entry
Into the sickroom the old woman look
ed up at him with angry and reproach
" 'Doctor,' she said, "why didn't you
give me the Jigger under me tongue to
day? That always done me more good
than all the rest of your trash.' "New
Sharpening a Pencil.
'An expert manual training man talk
ed with the writer about so simple a
thing as sharpening a lead pencil. In
the first place, he says, the knife should
not be oversharp, but should be a
little dull, as if too sharp it will cut
aulcklv through the wood and cut
away the lead. Then, again, be says
it is best to bold the pencil in the left
band with the end to be sharpened I vices,
pointing away from yon and to cut
away with a pushing cut rather than
toward you with a drawing cut, as
then the point of the pencil is rested
against the side of the thumb and is
sharpened by a draw cut stroke of the
knife blade. Scientific American.
H. E. Wyatt, who has been working
in Greenville, is home on a visi . t
M D. Laughinghousc, who is wo 1
ing in Greenville, spent Sunday with
his family here
Miss Elizabeth Morton left ycsterda
for a visit at Belgrade and Swans
Mrs. J. P. Taylor and children, of
Columbia, S. C, who have beenvisiii
ing relatives, lett yesterday lor
visit at Swansboro.
Miss NeMli Bray, of New Bern,
R. F. D. 2, is here attending the
r vival services at i tne Christian
Mis; Nora Lancaster, of Vanceboro,
is here attending the meeting at the
Miss Ruth Brinson, of Baird's Creek,
is here assi-ting in the musical exercise:-
at the revival services.
Mr. and Mr-. Herbert Willis, of Nev,
Bern, ar taking a leading part in tin
musical exercises at the revival scr-
SON OF CAPTAIN SATTERFIELD
SEVERELY BITTEN BY A. A.
Riggsbce Caldwell, the young son
f Captain Satterficld, who is in charge
if the local branch of the .Salvation
Army, was attacked and severely
bitten late Tuesday afternoon by a
large mastiff owned by Alfred A. Kafer.
The child was standing in front of the
Army headquarters on Broad street
when the dog attacked him. lie was
littin in three places and the wounds
ire such as to cause mm great pain,
and his parents much uneasiness.
Capt. Satterficld said last night
hat he and his little boy would leave
on the early morning train for Raleigh
where tne child will take the Pasteur
treatment. While there are no symr
tome of hydrophobia the anxio s
mother and father decided that it wou d
be the part of wisdom to have the child
take treatment in Raleigh. He was
carried to a physician immediately
after he was bitten and the wounds
cauterized and dressed. A short
time before the little fellow was bitten
a supposedly mad dog was killed in the
same neighborhood and this fact added
to vhe concern of the parents.
During Capt. Satterficld's absence
which will extend over a period of about
twenty-one days, Mrs. Satterficld will
serve in his place in command of the
local post and any business of the post
can be transacted with her. The tele
phone number of the Salvation Army
headquarters is 446,
B. P. S. PAINTS the beat- for all
purposes. Sold in New Bern by
J. S. Busnight Hardware Company
Told by London's Bishop.
The bishop of London told the fol
lowing story to Illustrate the dlffl
culty sometimes met with by mission
arles among the working class.
"A curate goes to a house," he said,
"snd knocks timidly at the door. H
hears a voice shout, 'Who's there
Sallv?' and Bally replies, 'Please
mother, it Is "religkn.'"
"It requires a little bit of tact foi
a man to do what he ought to do when
he is ushered In as 'religion' on wash
Ing day." London Standard.
BEHIND TIE BARS
MAN WHO KILLED IKE BENDERS
CAPTURED EARLY YES
At the Theater.
You can't see anything!
IDIdn't you bring your opera glass WW" remained
"Yes, but I can't use It"
"Because I forgot my rings." Lon
Till Kenyon, colored, who several
days ago shot and almost instantly
killed Ike Benders, also colored, in the
Northern part of t ln-city, is now being
held without bail in the Craven county
ail for the next term of Superior
Court when he will be tried for his
Immediately after Kenyon fired the
fatal shot he made his escape and
at large until yesterday
"It's all in the way you word it'
"What do you meant"
"A thing seems much more deslrabli
Kit's popular priced that if it's cheap.'
Louisville Courier Journal.
The Washington correspondent of
ns, half grown, pair 60 to 70c the Raleigh News and Observer tells
to 80c of the visit in that city of Mr. and Mrs,
He c. E, Foy and grand-daughter, Miss j
sd 20c Agnc, Foy. They are stopping with
25c Senator and Mrs. Simmons. C. T.
,Utol6c Meacham and son , C. T. Meacham,
..10 to lie jr were other New Bern people
- - 8 to 9c I in Washington Tuesday.
Craven County Farm Life School
For Boys and Girls
Vanceboro N. C.
AjHigh School emphasising Agriculture and Domestic Science.
J. E. TURLINGTON, Superintendent
C. A. MARSHALL, Hlfth School Principal
morning when he was surrounded in
a house on End street by Chief of Police
C. Lupton and Policemen A. L. Bryan
and A. A. Ipock and was placed under
New Bern seems to have a fascina
tion for Kenyon and the police were
positive that he would return sooner
or later and have been keeping a strict
watch for him. Chief of Police Lupton
learned Tuesday afternoon that he was
in the city and was Informed as to
where he could be found. However
the Chief decided aot to place him
under arrest until Yesterday morning,
thinking that there was a probability
of him escaping if the house was ap
proached at night.
Kenyon was given a preliminary
hearing before Mayor Bangert at 11
o'clock and, the evidence of several
witnesses was taken. Probable cause
was found and he was held for the next
ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT.
AVcgelabh? Prepare fonrorAs
ling Ute SiuGartjs andflowlsof
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Promotes DigesHonfl e ifii
ness and Itest.Co mains ncitta
OpiuTU.MorphLie nor Mineral
Anerfert Remcdv fnrOrofl
tlon , Sour Stoiaadi.DUrrtoM
Worms f oiwnlsKms Jrevtrisit
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