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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1906)
The Attorney General Slips in on Sixth Bal
lot for United States Senator.
SECY GALUSKA GETS IT III THE KECK
Judge Hopewell of Burt County Is Nomi
nated for Lieutenant Governor.
Senator Norris Brown of Buffalo.
Governor-George L.Sheldon of Cass.
Lieutenant Governor 51. R. Hope
well of Burt.
Secretary of State George C. Jun
kin of Gosper.
Auditor-S. A. Searle of Keith.
Treasurer L. J. Brian cf Boone.
Attorney Gcneral-W. T. Thomp
son of Hall.
Railway Commissioners II. J. Win
nett of Lancaster, Robert Cowell of
Omaha, J. A. Williams of Tierce.
Land Commissioner-II. M. Eaton
Th Ladin Man.
Mr. Albert Morrison, the leading
man with the Woodward Stock Com
pany, which plays at the l'armele the
atre for one niht only, August 24. is a
native of New Zealand, having heenj
born and raised there until l.e was six
teen years of age. He then came to
America and located In San Francisco,
where he studied for the ministry. But
soon left that and entered the theatri
cal performance at the age of twenty
Mr. Morrison was also at one time
the youngest secretary of the Y. M. C.
A! Ho entered this Important posi
tion when he was but seventeen years
Of age; and it was In performing these
duties that Influenced him to study for
the ministry. ...
Since he has been following his -pre
sent profession he has associated with
some of the strongest of traveling or
ganizations, among them being Mr.
Nat. C. Goodwin and Sidney Prew.
Among the stock companies that he
has been playing with are the Fraw
ley Stock Company, which maie a
complete tour of the world; the Alca
zar, of San Francisco, and Keith s of
Providence, Rhode Island, from which
place Mr. Wtodward secured him for
his company, then being organized for
its season run at the Burwood theatre,
HON. GEORGE W. BERGE
MORE ENGINES FOR
" THE BURLINGTON
A Very large Order Being Delivered by
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY LARGE ONES
For its Business In the States of
Middle West.' j
Go to Nebraska City Saturday.
According to the following, from the
Nebraska City News, the "Bed Sox"
of this city will cros-i bats with a pick
ed nine if cur neighboring city next
Saturday: "Arrangements have been
made with the base ball team of l'latts
mouth to a me to this city on Satur
day afternoon and play a game. The
game will be an interesting oi.o for
the riattsmouth team is sii:l to be a
DISCOVER OIL IN OLD WELL
The above U the ticket nominated
by the republicans of Nebraska at
Lincoln last evening, and It will be
seen that Hon. George L. Sheldon, for
governor, won out in the second
round. Even If the Journal did fail
in getting its choice for governor on
the democratic ticket, we certainly
feel very much gratified to note that
our favorite among all the republican
candidates for the highest office In the
gift of the people of Nebraska won out
so easily, much more so, indeed, than
Norrls Brown for United States sen
ator, who was claimed to be the
stronK man. There is but little use
denying the fact that the republicans
demonstrated a great deal or wisuom
when they placed the ('ass county
man at the head of their ticket, for
George Sheldon is not of that narrow
contracted stripe who think they
know it all and when sifted down they
know but precious little more than
lit t 1 1 ,!, - Tnnann 1
common people, mine iue ouuiuai
does not anlltate with Senator Shel
don's side of the house, we have al
ways held him in the highest esteem
as a gentleman and scholar, and a
man with such firmness and ability to
make a good governor, not only in
spirit, but with determination and in
clination to do what bethinks to be
just and right.
The candidate for lieutenant gover
nor, Judge M. R Hopeweh, of Te
kamah, Burt county, Is another of the
same stripe as Senator Sheldon, and is
a very able and conscientious gentle
man. Judge Hopewell, while a resi
dent of Nebraska for many years, was
reared in Worth county, Missouri, at
the county seat of which the Journal
people conducted a newspaper for ten
iort re ne rnmes of one of the best
J VMI Ut
families in 5Ilssourl.
Another candidate in whom we
were much Interested and that is Sec
retary of State Galusha, who was up
for a re-nomination, our, got oeauii'
fullv sat down upon in the first round
He slmDly received his just dues, and
after his defeat, it Is said, he sneaked
out of the convention hall to seek a
snot wherein he could vent his spleen
upon those who could not stand his
The above gentlemen are all that
we felt deeply interested In so far as
republican nominations are concerned
and while this paper will tflve loyal
auDDort to Hon. A. C. Shallenbergcr,
a Deer of Senator Sheldon in every
thins that sroes to makeup noble
manhood, the Interests of the people
nf Nebraska will be well guarded with
either of these gentlemen in the chief
Hon. Gcorf L. Sholdon.
The republican nominee for gover
nnr ia thirtv-Bli vears of age. ne was
'born on a farm near Nehawka, In
Cass county, and grew to manhood on
the old farm. Mr. Sheldon Is state
senator, having been a member of the
senate from Cass county for two terms,
lie attended the University of Ne
braska, being prominent in all mat'
tor nertalnlng to the scnooi as a siu
innt tai-ini the degree of B. L. In
UVUVf a, -
ist' Later he attended Harvard urn
vnrsltv. graduating there with the dc
crroftf l!. A. lie was commissioned
captain of Company B, Third Ne
hr.iska regiment, in the Spanish
American war and served with his
rotfimpnt In Cuba. Senator snciaon
Iim stood for railroad rate legislation
.nti.M inniKiiition. for the direct
nrlmarv law and other measures cn
dorscd by the last republican state
it you want a reai www loan at
reasonable rates; or a reliable abstract
of title, Insurance policy, aecurlty
bond of and kind, or a contract, deed
or mortgage drawn, see John M. Leyda,
Ound building. Work promptly and
neatly don xnl charges reasonable
A Bigger Man in the Hour of Defeat Than
on the High Wane of Victory.
The following from the pen of that
rock-ribbed democrat, Judge Ivlgar
Howard, reflects the sentiments of the
Journal so well that we re-publish the
same. The article appeared in the
Fremont Pally Herald of Tuesday
"Any man can look large w.hen
riding the, high wave of victory, but
it is only the really large men who can
still look large in the public" eye when
low down in the trough of the sea of
"George W. Berge was a larger man
in the hour when he went down to de
feat In the democratic state conven
tion than he had been before. He ex
pected to be nominated. All the signs
pointed to bis nomination. It had
been impossible for anybody to get a
satisfactory estimate of the vote
which would be polled by the opposing
candidates for governor, but nine out
of ten delegates honestly believed
Berge would win on the first ballot
He believed it. and there was added to
the crushing force of defeat in the
democratic convention the thought of
the humiliation he would sufTer when
he must stand before the populist con-
entlon and make a plea for the sup
port of his successful rival. He faced
the situation with a courage and
energy beyond compare. He told his
populist friends that if he had been
nominated he should have expected
upportof Mr. Shallenberger. He told
them how Shallenberger had given
him royal support two years ago, at a
time when Shallenberger had hoped
to receive the democratic nomination.
For more than five hours George Berge
labored with the populist convention
to do the part of honor toward Shallen
berger, and at length his efforts were
crowned with success. He was asked
how he could support such a railroad
man as Shallenberger, and he replied
that he would not listen to such a
charge against Shallenberger without
truth behind It. ne declared that
the record of Shallenberger on the
anti-monopoly question was as good as
that of any populist, and that he was
entitled to the support of every popu
list who loved his principles more than
he loved his party name, because
Shallenberger had been as true as
steel to all principles advocated by
"As further evidence of his great
ness Mr. Berge promised that the su
preme effort of his life would be put
forth for Mr. Shallenberger in the
approaching campaign, and he warned
all his friends that the best way lor
them to prove their friendship for him
would be to aid him in carrying the
state for Shallenberger. By his atti
tude in defeat Mr. Berge endeared
himself to all democrats and to all
DODulists who are fighting with the
democrats for common principles."
'Reports from headquarters are to
effect that the Burligton road' is re
ceiving an order of B'" engines
for its business in the states of the
middle west. The order is the largest
that has ever been placed w ith the lo-
comotlve factories and the new ma
chines will assist wonderfully in sim
plifying the traction problems that
confront the trainmen. If coupled to
gether the engines would make a
train one and four-lift lis miles long
and would weigh 4,o2O,000 pounds. Of
these engines, thirty that have been
delivered are of the passenger type
from the Baldwin works and loo arc
of the freight engine, prairie type,
fifty coining from the Baldwin works
and fifty from the American shops.
The new freight engines weigh 3t:s,-
ooo pounds and are 13.43 feet long with
tender. They carry 8,000 gallons of
water and 32,000 pounds of coal. They
have six drivers, a single pair of front
tiucks, and a pair of trailers. They
are known technically as R 5.
The new freight engines combine
On tha Property of E. E. Hilton In the
West Part of Town.
WHILE CLEANING OUT SAVE YESTERDAY
Secretary Credited With Stop
ping Spoliation of Oklahoma.
BOW HE SAVED IT3 BEST LAKD3
Large Quantity of Oil In the Water and
the Stock Refuses to Drink
of the Mixture.
Wlille (o'orne Bax was cleaning out
and walling up the well on F.. K. Hil
ton's place yesterday large quantities
of oil was discovered on the water and
buckets. The well has been in use for
over five years, Is tifty-six feet deep,
and this is the first indication of oil
being present in the well that lias
come to Mr. Hilton's notice. The
cattle which have been drinking the
water In the past, have refined to
touch It since yesterday.
At the courthouse today Mr. Hil
ton was jollied about his oil well, hut
speea wun power ana are uesignea xor he perssted in declaring that it was
the heavy trains that must be rushed genuine oil, and that he knew It had
tnrougn witu perisnaoio ireigni or not been poured Into the well In order
ft. : i - i . ..ii.. .
The Way to Got a Crowd. oianuaiu wu uoinpsuy in uns cuy, ior
tk. ShnninHnnh nn Sentinel n( wuuiu rcuaer me waicr unui ior
a. Pk nrevlous to the fair, contained aimum purposes
th following "The fair association Several of Mr. Hilton's friends have
have decided to admit all red-headed signified their Intention to investigate
girls to the fair free every afternoon. the oil problem, and should It prove
A chnrlf nf rprl hair will ht a nass that luucu' "umuaii nudunv,, ua'f mw
all antAlfPPnprs will honor them a . "'K""'1 :a w"lJ
Wigs will not count. The hair must P8 01 i'oung uie oiunciusiy in
be genuine." It is said that over one
hundred presented themselves at the
gate the first day, and the last day
over two hundred were admitted.
rage county beats the world for red
Falls Out of Wagon
While the family of Joe Peters was
getting out of a spring wagon at their
borne yesterday evening, the team
started suddenly and Mrs. Peters, who
was standing up in the vehicle, lost
her balance and fell over backward to
tVa irrnnnil ktrlllnir imnn llpf ttpnri
and shoulders. No bones were broken iave bee haying nearly as much trou-
Die over uie v auouosie uraumge uitcu
as Uncle Sam in the digging of the
Horses For Sale.
Th undersigned has Just shipped Ic
2."i head of the finest kind of Dakota
horses which be will dispose of at his
home in Rock Bluffs. The animals
are mostly young and In fairly good
shape, and are the best lot of Dakota
horses that has recently been shipped
Into Cass county. The horses can be
seen at the Burlington stock yards in
this city tomorrow, the load arriving
today. Pkuhy Makkh
Notioa to All.
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
Interested, that my wife has of her
own free will and accord left my home
and bed, and that from this date for
ever more I will not be held responsl
ble for any bills or accounts that she
may contract either In my name or
her own. Joskpii Ka?tol,
Aug. !), HKXI.
hot cloth Plnesalve acUllke a poultice:
Best for burnt, bruises, bolls, cracked
hands, ectema, skin diseaaea, tetter,
etc Sold by Oerlng JkOo.'tdru store.
New Express Company.
A new express company has been
organized at St. Raul. It is known as
Uie Northern Express company and is
a consolidation of the Great Northern
and Northern l'aclnc express com
panies. It will operate over all the
Hill roUds including the Burlington
Karonek Alden Nuptials.
The proper permit was Issued today
by County Judge Travis to John A
ICarvnnek of this citv and Miss Mattie
" I m r i; a i. . 14 1.
Alden of Rock Bluffs. Thetwohearts ne uunmgion nas a coniraci wuu
were united Into one by Judge Archer. the Adams ExPresii company which
ThPvmimr cnun'e who have been rais- win soon expire auer wuicn uie new
prl in thl vicinity, have manv friends company will succeed to the business
who will roncreirate them when thev 01 llie uunington
learn of the happy event. They will
make their home In this city, where
the groom Is employed by Kunsman &
THE WAUB0HS1E CONTRACT
Egenberger & Poisall, of this City, Relin
quish Their Contract on the Same.
The following is taken from the
Glen wood Semi-Weekly Tribune of the
21st, which explains itself:
"The boards of supervisors of the
two counties of Mills and Fremont
but several serious cruises were sus
tained which will compel the patient
to remain at home for a few days.
s. rub yourself daily, you're not emu
h.-iute. Clean Inside means e'ean Htom-
idi, bowels, blood, liver, clean, ho; ti lij
Mskiie In every organ. Moral: Take
llollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 3:
cents, Tea or Tablets. Gerlrg St Co.,
The object of this ditch Is to drain
Lake Waubonsie and conduct the mur
ky waters of that classic resort through
a straight channel running southwes
terly Into the Missouri river.
"The work began in the spring of
l'.K)5, and was to have been completed
last November. The contract was
1 J . T" 1 0. I - 1 1 , I
Entertain at Stat Partw. awaraeu UJ fenoerger a, i uiaau ui
A nlMnant social time was en loved Plattsmouth at 11 cents a cubic yard
9k th hnm rf Ti x. Tw last. vpn. "mis nrm nas nao. numerouseiieu-
M W UV WWJ W V aw V wwaa 4,111
l V,n n..n.v.g,nn an1 r.anrrra an. SIOOS 01 lime. OUl 1118 Q11CI1 IS SLlll UU
tertalned at a stag party for their completed, and it is estimated there
g-uests, who are visiting with them, are about 15,000 cubic yards of dirt yet
The young gentlemeu enjoyed the t0 De ovtA.
evening very much at music and other "The riattsmouth contractors have
amusements. Those to participate In ia" wiruwn UP ulB Juu-
th nrr.inn were Messrs. Edwin that the remainder of the work which
Frlcke, Raymond Travis, and will P '"Seiy in musny gumoo ana waier
White, Hal Brady and Harry Phillips isenureiy ioo annum.- auu uuVivy
nf Omaha. aoieiugoon wilu
"Tne contract nas oeen assigned 10
Seth Dean and A. Vanderpoolof Glen-
wood at the same price, the work to be
completed before the crop season be
gins next spring
"The new contractors begin work
this week, and although they have a
llruil rf Interior ll-iurmriil In fciilU
to lliitt mmlit "JiiLcr" In Miile
liooil Hill iin.l lu lliivr rrrtmlnl
SMM'ulatr I'ruitt Mul.-llnu Ni'tv
M:ili lit Allllinlill" 111 ip: nl !.:) .1 n.
Civilit Is fclvi'ii SeiTi'lary Ililrluwl..'
In tln Interior leiirtiiirnt fur mivIii;:
to oMiihonm thousand of iu-ivh or
l.uiil rlt'li lu mitii'nils, oil nml nth t
wimII'i, (iosm'ssIou nf which. Mccorillnc
to a Mntcmi'iit issmvl recently, was
soukIiI l'.v i lm ml of land speculator-,
say a Washington correspondent of
the New York Herald. It Is estimated
there have heen saved to Oklahoma
lioldinirs of a value between $ I , H 10,01 H 1
and !?'J,t 11 10,000.
"Karly in March," says tin slate
incut, "Secretary Hitchcock learned
that tin luueinlment had lieeu Klli'd
in to the statehood Mil lu I In senate,
known ns the Warren amendment, l.y
which alleged mineral locations under
the federal minim,' laws on Oklahoma
school lands would he validated ami
tlie new st.ili' would have lo pick out
oilier lands hi the place of those thus
lost. The secretary reached the con
clusion that the claims of the parties
who would hciicllt hy the amendment
were entirely without merit and that
the whole scheme hore some resem
blance to a raid upon the treasury."
When the bill. Willi the Warren
amendment, was la confereiico coin
niltlee, aocordlnt; to the statement, Sec
retary Hitchcock sent to the eoiiiinitteo
a brief deflnrlnff tho alleged mineral
clnliiM of the parties wero void; that
the parties knew they wero void; that
their Invalidity was not dim to nny
mere technical defect, but to the. fact
that tlm claim wero set up In vlclatlon
of the oxpioss gnuetiiient of rongrt'HH
and tlio only reason for making tho
claims was that tlm parties had laid
plans for Hltpplnir Into tho sliileliood
hill a measure like tho Warren 11 mend
Itoproseiitatlves of tho government
told tho conmilllee tho beiicllclnrlos of
tho ineiiHiiro wero an organized band
who had been trying for several years,
ever hIiico tho first discovery of nil In
tho Cleveland region, to get the mln
oral lands without making adeipiate
payment. They had filed alleged claims
all over the territory, so that If the
measure passed all tho mineral wealth
of tho terrilory would bo aci'iilrcd ly
them without compensation.
After (letailinir the successful substi
tution of a leasing clause drawn by
Secretary Hitchcock for the Warren
uuicndmciit the statement concludes:
"When the people of Oklahoma wero
celebrating the piissajjo of the state
hood bill it Is probable they did not
know the new commonwealth caiiio
near losing some of Its most valiuiblo
poisessloiis, besides having a blot on
Its escutcheon from having been made
the victim of unscrupulous speculators
on Its first entrance Into the I iilnn.
"The most valuable mineral lands
l'cloncrlng to tho territory are probably
those near tho town of Cleveland, lu
Puwneo county. One school section
alone, containing oil and gas, Is esti
mated to bo worth $.-,00,000, and there
aro others In tho Immediate vicinity. It
is also reported that nil oil and gas
field Is being develoed hi Kiown coun
ty, nonr Hchool lands, and there nro
also rumors of discoveries in t.roono
nml t'omanclio counties.
"Thero are ulso deposits of cement.
. . 1 - a..
gypmim nuu huic in vnrioun puns 01
tho territory, and It has boon claimed
by proHiMTtors that Ileaver contains
conshlerahlo deposits of lend, copper
and silver. All lands known to contain
oil or other minerals will probably ls
leased soon after tho creation of tho
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111"'1! U :
This is "sttvnuous .hirt
weatluT" tint: iK-an one
a day is hanllv too many.
Wo have all kinds. S(K',
75i SI. 00, $1.25. SI. 50.
Some more turiioise
blue shirts-just received.
I "Whara Quality Ceunt " j
The democrats of Otoe and Cass
county are requested to meet In con
vention at Nebraska City, on Monday,
September 10th, ltxxi, at 1 o'clock p.
m., tor the purpose of selecting a can
didate for Moat representative. Otoe difficult job before them they will put
county will be entitled to IS delegates the ditch through on schedule time."
and Cass county l;. The county con
ventions to select delegates to this con
vention will meet on Saturday, Sep
tember 3, at 2 o'clock p. m.
J. P. Falteii, Chairman.
A hundred years ago the best phyil.
clan would give you a medicine for
your heart without stopping to com
Ider what effect It might have on the
liter. Even to this good day cough
and cold medicines Invariably blod
the bowels. This Is wrong, Lce'i
Laxative Oough Syrup with Honey
and Tar action the bowels-drives out
the cold-clears the head, and relieves
ail coughs. Guaranteed to give satis
faction or money refunded. Sold by
bering Co. a drug store.
iv.:. ; iy wiiiio th" Sun 3;.i.'.'
'(''flu w a IrMon 0 tin! At., k i, . I.
t' "iy fanner. Ih kn,-. tha t!.
In i lit HiitiMhlne may lat but a d w an
ne ior pa re j tor me snoeii wiru. an
so n-ble to fjllow. So It hlioiild it-
with every household. Iiyseiiti-iy
dlanhoca and cholera morbus may at
tack some member of the homo with
out earning. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which
Is the best known medicine for thevj
diseases, should always be kept at
hand, as Immediate treatment is ne
reisary, and delay may prove fatal
For sale by F. 0. Frlcke & Co., and k,
RAH KHUn Rflf.KFT
lilliaiiviiv waaaaa a
Four car loads of willows and four
of stone were taken across the river
this morning to be used in the riprap
work, which Is still in progress.
D. II. Smith, foreman of the coach
shop, and Thos. Kempster, who was
accompanied by his wife, returned
this morning from Chlcano, where
I hey were on company business.
A special from Klmwood, this coun
ty, says: "A gang of surveyors has
heen running a line through this coun
ty starting from South I'.oiul and par
alleling the Kock Island tracks at a
distance of about a half a mile. They
have run until they are now about four
miles west of Murdock. They have
answered some fiucstions by stating
that they arc In tho employ of the
1'nlon racilic road, but this is not
thought likely. Fifteen are In the
party and they arc evidently locating
a new line. There is a rumor mat,
they may be Northwestern men "
Can't look well, eat wc'l or fee! well
ith Impure b'cod feedlrg vour body,
eep the blood pure- with Ihndi-ck
ood Hitters. Eat s'mp'.y, tike
ercise, keep clean and you wlh iuv
Why does the sun burn? Why doea
a mosquito sting? Why do we feel un
happy In the good old summer time?
Answer: we don't. We use DeWltt'a
Witch Hazel Salve, and these little ills
don't bother us. Learn to look for th
name on the box to get the genuine
Sold by F. 0. Frlcke it Co. and Goring
CONGREGATION IN BOATS.
Highland Lake Prrarhrra and Wvr
ahlprra All Aioat ai Sr !.
IToldlng religious service with the
conarrnatlon In launches, row boats
and canoe Is au Innovation at High
land Lake, o Biiininor roaort at Win'
atod. Conn., Buys tho New York Tlmea
Scores of cortagera, la craft f every
dMcrlDtlon. assemble on the waters lu
tho bay In front of Ilookmero Ixxlge,
tlio summer house of MIm (iaylord of
Drookllne, Man., every pleuaunt Sun
day evening for an hour's worship,
which Is generally led hy soino mem
bor of tho clersr In the colony. Ir.
Strong officiated at tho first service.
None lu the congregation rocs ashore,
even the preacher bolng afloat. Some
of tho more devout, who would kneel
lu pruyer, dare not for f 'nr of bong
Immersed bv the capsizing cf the!r
Tli Watrr Collector.
In theso days It seems tilmmt Impos
Rlblo to have n colhvtloii or f.ul of any
kind which Is not popular with bun
drills of other people, but one young
woman who travels a great deal has n
fancy that seems undtiplicated, says
tho New York Press. It Is thnt of
washinir her hands lu tho waters of
very rnnioUs lake, Ttver TVr ocean
which she visits or crosses, from which
ho also takes borne bottles filled with
tho waters. Her collection of bottles
labeled Jordan, Klllarney, Como, Hoa
poms and so on, give a very good Idea
of tho extent of the young woman's
travels. The great disadvantage of the
fad Is tho difficulty of getting tho wa
ten safely homo, and this young worn
an takes the precaution to Invariably
take two bottles of the same water
and thus Insure the safe arrival of one
bottlo at least
If you are in this condition,
your nerve force is weak the
power is giving out, the or
gans of your body have
"slowed up," and do their work
imperfectly. .This failure to
do the work required, clogs
the system and brings distress
and disease. When the nerves
arc weak the heart is unable
to force the life-giving blood
through your veins; the stom
ach fails to digest food; the
kidneys lack power to filter
impurities from the blood, and
the poisonous waste remains iit
the system to breed 'disease.
Xcrvc energy must be restored".
Dr. Miles' Nervine wilt it,'
because it strengthens lUc
nerves ; it is a nerve lncdicinc
and tonic,' that Tebuildiilhc
entire nervous systenf1,
"Bwrnl year aao I was all broken
down. I was nervous, worn-out, coultt
not lvp, and waa In onrmtant palru
I doctored tor months, and Anally tha
dix-tor said hn could do nothing ,or
mo. I twaiin titklrur Ir. Wiles
Nm'lno, and uaml altofrcthr-r eight
bottlfH. and I bram utroniT and
healthy, and now wriRfi 170 pounds."
II. C. I'UNNINlJltAM.
108 Ellsworth Ave.. Allegheny, ra.
Dr. Miles' Ntrvlna Is sold by your
drugoltt. who will guarantee that the
tint bottle will benefit. If It fail, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
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