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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1904)
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DIRECTIONS FOR UGEl
. around in the Water,
At All v?lo Grocers.
(Continui'il on lift Dime)
Miss Muliol Merrill is assisting Mrs.
V eil Wittwer In hor housework.
Grant Olirlity is )lastrlii n house
for Guy Merrill in Jewell county.
Join llcunlslt'o anil family of Cora
was vlsitliiK in tlio Corner Sunday.
V. A ForKi'J' solel a lino ti'iitn or
drivers to A C. Slnby of Hcd Cloud.
Miss Ada Castell and Mrs Geo
King vislto I at lleninsvillo Saturday.
Clan Fair and Elmer Doardslec at
tended tho ball gumo at Hlowville,
Geo. Wittwer has just oomp'eted n
line now cow shed. Mr. Forney was
Mrs. Win Provost visited Wednes
day with her mother, Mrs J. J.
Charily Starr departed last Satur
day for Sheridan county for a visit
with his undo
Miss Peterson of Lebanon will draw
the reins over Crow Hill school tho
Mrs Chas Ueardsleo anil Mrs (J.
Christy visited over Sunday with Mrs
Hicks in Lebanon.
Win Hilton is still in Lincoln much
improved in health but not ablo to
return home as yet.
Apples mnl peaches arc plenty in
this corner. Hub Henry was peddling
nonio line ones this weok.
George Heardsleo has his now houso
completed ami is also now riding in a
new red wheeled buggy.
Sabbath school at Pleasant Grove
is Hiill progressing llnely. Pi of
Shannon is superintendent.
Tho Hed Cloud and Cora ball teams
crossed bats on the Ulowi illo diamond
Wednesday; score t!l to 0 in favor of
Corn. Good for Corn.
.7. C. Foutzand family of Guide Hock
were visiting at Wni Vandyke's Sun
day. Kov. P. C. Campbell and wife of
North Branch wero (siting friends in
this vicinity, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Uesse wore
visiting at the homo of Ed. Montford
the ilrst of this week.
Cutting sunllowers along tho high
way, is tho order of tho day in this
J E. Fox Is busy most of tho time
now building bridges.
Wo had a good rain last Sunday.
S. C. Munger and family were visit
itig with N. L. I). Smith, Thursday.
Mrs. Emma Smith was visiting with
Mrs. Flora Smith Tuesday
Tho members of tho M E. church
have been repairing tho church build
ing this week.
Charles A lies has dug a new well.
Chris Hansen was taking a now
buggy homo lust Saturday.
Henry Parsons was hauling lumber
last Tuesday, w th which to build an
addition to his house.
N. 13. Wagoner was hauling lumber
from town tho first of the week.
Mrs. Pearl Alios was visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Ellio Heed, Friday.
Advertised Letter List.
List 01 letters remaining uncalled
for at poatnflluu at Hed Ciouil, Neb.
for tho week ending Aug 11, llliljj
Mrs. K Uirne.o, U. K. Cilkias, Goo
Jones, D II. Kalso, John hlbsoii,
John It Moore, Hit tun Padgett, Hrtula
These will be sent to tho dead letter
otlice Aug., '2ft, 1001, if not called
for bi'foie. When calling for above
please say 'adveriised."
' T. C. Hackkk, Postmaster.
That Settle's It.
When a (Jul initio anil tuno walk is
laid that set les it. See Overiug Ur.
& Co. for prices.
scares Cats, Uurnu, Bi-uIhch.
ctmsa finralna anil Slralnu
cares Sprains and Strains.
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Lincoln. Nkh., Aug., 11
Game Commissioner Carter reports!
tho heaviest crops of prairie chicken,
grouse and (tiall taised In the .state In
recent years, and It is doubtful if over
there were more birds In tho counties
now in the game region. Mr. Cat tor
says, too, that ho does not agree with
those pessimists who are pi edict Ing
the. ultimate extermination of the
small game in this state. Says Mr.
Carter: "What happened to tho buf
falo need not happen to the birds
Tho bulfalo could not exist in a wild
state In a settled country: game birds
can exist in such a country and will
multiply light here in Nebraska if the
people will continue to respect tin
game laws generally as they have in
recent years. This year there Is moro,
gatiiM than ever, and we propose to I
make things unusually interesting to
the pot hun'ors this season The.
largo supply of game naturally will
attract n nuuiDcroi tho roving humors
to this state, and high prices for game
in tho cities will oiler extra induce
ments to "homo talent" poachers.
This does not signify that any great
amount of poaching will bo done, but
it does signify that upholders of the
law will have to bo active all over the
Mr. Carter has notified the sheriff of
every county that tho law makes It
mandatory for him to prosecute
poachers and warns tho ofllcers that
any neglect of duty will bo punished
in case it comes to tho ear of tho
warden. IJy this means Warden Cart
er hopes to add three new ofllcers to
his force In o ich county, ns thero is an
average of two depupty sherifls to the
county who, liko their principals, a e
bound to enforce the game laws.
INTI.AMMATQUY JUlJSV.MATlsM CL'IIEO IN
Morton L. lllll. of I.i'tiHiioii Ind., Fnyx; "My
ulfu (mil Intlntnmnton KheiiimttlMn In every
muscle mnl Joint, her MiirerliiK vh terrible
mil her h'jdy mid face were mullen almost ho
joinl rci'oKiililon: Imil been In bed six uieU
iilul' hml eight hkli'lHti, hut reeelved no
henelll until die trleil the MjMIi' line fur
KhciiiniitlMii. It wile Imineillnte relief mnl
the wni utile to walk Hhinit In three diis. I sin
Hire It MVed her life." soM by II. U. ftrlce.
DrinlM, i:ol Chun),
County Ccurt Proceedings.
Sntuiriay August O-Ut-iiiMid Me.
Nctiy tiled a suit against (Just I'litult.
Will of Henry 1 Uiulutril of IYeil
rick county, Virginia, was tiled fur
piohtito hy .Tits. 11. KcIi.ikU. Wm
Crabill whs appointed special adminis
trator. Monday: Francis brothers filed nn
agreement to settle with Mrs. Kua M.
Tuesday: Hearing on claims in es
tate of John A. Hut ber no claims had
been tiled, widow' allowance grunted
and distribution of residue of estate
Wednesday: Hearing on claims in
estate of Iaue Taylor, claims in
amount of ff9 10 allowed.
Thursday: H.-ating on claims in
estate of Gilbert Coplen, no claims
Atchison Globe Sights.
Men have no sense; they keep on
trying to beat the cantaloupe game
Shippers of cantaloupes from Texas
obtain money under ful-o pretense-.
An Atchison man who lacked cour
age, got on the fence, ami finds tlmt
it is of barbed wire.
Tho Republicans who are trying to
fill their barrel can r. alie how women
have to work at a church social.
Mr-. Florence Maybrick is said to be
wortli 7,000,(MO. Ueineinlier this when
asked to buy a ticket to her lectuie.
Mrs. l.ysmider John Appleton re
calls that when her uncle died, his
f lends gave a floral piece that was
nine feet high.
By working hard, Hlind Charley can
make eighty cents a day profit, soiling
brooms. That's better than loofing.
Uut it's not as good as begging,
Tlmsmaller tho town, the ino-o par
ticular the policemen aio about being
whipped. Anybody 1 an whip a police
man in Chicago, but it wouldn't be
safe to try it in Atchison.
These cat fights that occur around
your house at night; who starts them:
tho boy cat or the girl cat " At our
house, every evening, a gltl . at belong,
ing to a neighbor, appears on the lawn.
Soon thereafter there is the doggond
est fight going on you ever heard.
Hut wo never see the boy cat; he knows
u uu wr over uixty yeura.
a a iAi.A
c 1 . .
vures spavin anu Kingnorie.
cures an lorms ox uucumatism.
ho's a dlrtyltdogandkeeps out of
sight ""iTut tho girl "cat walks to tho
meeting place as bold as you please
The Shriuers wentto St. Louis Aug
ust 7 Wnlle there, they will ride
about the fair grounds on camals'. It
Is wonderful what sensible men will
do simply ikcause they belong to a
An Atchison man heard he was being
jumped for attention 'o of or wonuii
so ho headed off talk, and became de
voted to his wife. Since his devotion'
began two weeks ago, she has grown
Ihe years vungor. It might bean e
perimeiit for others to tiy j
Uo he parents and the balance of
tho family count ? An Atchison girl, I
telephoned to a girl friend to come
over: Mint she was "lonesome". It was
learned that her mother' father, two
. . , ., 11.
aunts and four brothers anil sisters
were In the house when she teleplion-
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"You seem to despise book agents",
writes 11 subscriber. We have reason
tot the way wo have been worked by
book agents, is scandalous. Lately,
by screaming lustily, we have escaped
for as much as a year at 11 time, where
upon an agent comes along with a new
giaft, and catches us.
A woman moved into a strange
neighborhood. The following Monday
morning she was out in the yard hang-
I..,. ..,.!,. .r MM...1I. 'Ilm wnrmiti llviiiu-
next door was also hanging up her
wash, and said 10 the stranger: "And
so you play the piano, too '' A ml that's
the way they became acquainted.
Speaking of straugee.xperienees: An
Atchison woman who was n widow
when she came here, relates that her
husband would never get up for break
fast, being of n lazy disposition. On
the morning when her experience oc
ciwred, she called him, then stood in
the door and scolded for hit f an hour.
(Jet ing no responce, she ran down
stairs, got a bucket of water and
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waken him, she took u closer look, anil
found he Was dead.
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Two Personally Conducted Excursions
to Boston Yla Burlington Route.
Special exclusion to U (stun leaves
Lincoln August 11th. at 0 p 111 in
uli'trge of Caaplain It. It Kaudall. A
second excursion leaves Lincoln Aug
ust 13th, ai (i p. m. in charge of J. 11.
Ferguson. Through tourist cars from
Omaha. Short stops at the show places
of the east. A chance to return via
St. Louis and see the World's Fair, tho
greatest creation by the hand of uirui.
If you are figuiing on the trip talk
to our agent about these excursions,
a very low rate for the round trip, with
all conditions most favorable. Or,
write to me. L. W. Wakt.ly, (i. P. A.
Uurlingtou Home, Omaha, Neb.
Maklnft Friends Every Day.
This can truthfully bo Mttd of Jell-o
iuu cream powder, the new product
for making the most dellcioui ice cream
woather. All grocers art placi.g it in
stuck. If your grocer can't supply
you scud 2,ric for 2 packages by mail.
Knur kinds; Vmillii, Ctiocola'e, Straw
firj and 'iillivntnl AI tifss, 'I'Ih
(i'lifsie Pur rood Co , 1J ..x li'J.-i, Le
ltoy. N. Y.
This Will Interest Mothers.
M dlier (iiaj's &veet Pondnrs for
children, cure fevel ishnes, had stom
acli, siimiui-r bowel tidtiliU'-i, levthing
disorili-i", ch-ano and regulate the
li ves 11 ml di'strny wurin" They
in ver fail. Over .'M.noo tHsiim miul.
At nil druggists, 2.rn: Sampln tree.
Addn's, Alien S. O.nisted, LiKny,
Allen's Foif-Kise, a powder. It cures
painful, smarting, nei votis feet and in -
growing nil', and iJis'antlv take the
sting out of corns ami bunions. I , th
greatest comfort discovery ot the age.
Allen's Foiii-K tso makes tight or new
siioi's' fiM'l cmy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hut, tir-il, ai'li
ing feet. Tty it today Sold by all
druggists and shoe stolen, 'jriu. Don't
accept and substitu'o Trial pacKago
ftee- Adilros.s, Aliens S. O.iuslead, Lo
K iy, N. Y.
Cnildren who aio ilelicate, feverish
and ci oss will get imiiiiilitito relief
Iphii MothTtJiay's Sweet Powdeis tor
children They cleanse tho stomach,
in" hi the liver, making a sickly child
stiongand healthy. A certain cure
for worms. Sold by all lruggits, 25 s.
Sample free. Address, Allen S Olm
sted, LoUoy, N. Y.
xor xviun, jjcuhc or 1'ouitry.
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neais uiu ores quicKiy.
cures tauea uauer in cows,
Ely's Cream Balm
This Romocly Is n Specific,
Suro to Civo Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE
It cloaiws soothtu, henlx, and protects tho
dl-tHM d iiieinbrane. U cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold in the Hi-ail qaieklv.
jures tho Senses of Taste and Smell,
Kusy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into tho nostrils and absorbed.
Large Size, fit) rents at Druggists or by
mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BR0THERS. 56 Warren St.. New York,
Proposed Constitutional Amcndcnt.
The follonlut; liropoH'd iiiiiendent to mnl
convention for Ihe revision nt, the rouMllutloii
of the stiitcof Nehnoikn. 11s herelnnfterel fi.rlh.
In fall. Is Milmiltti'il to tne electors of the Sliile
of Ncurnckn. to he voted upon nt the Keiicrx!
eleetlou to be lielilTuvtilnjr, Novembers A. I).
(SESATI-. KlI.K NO. 114 )
A Hill forn .lolut KcMilutlon recomineiidli g
to the electors of the mue to vote m the next
election of member of the t.CKMMiire for or
1 nKHlot 11 convention to revise, Htneinl mid
I climate the C'oiiMltiitloa of the SHte of Nebras
kn in iiccnnlHiice with Section '.', Article 15. of
the CnnMltutlon of the Stme of NehrnkVit.
lit If Utiolml by the l.eybtatnre ofth Stuff of
I. That It Is deemed ncmMry to cull n run
VPtlttnti ffi ri.vlan iinwriil Alifl nlinnvn tbn 1'im
htltutlnao! the State of Nebrmkn.
I 2. Thnt theelrctotHHre recommended to oto
I nt the next election of members of the I.ckIs
. lutuie for or nsalnst a conxcntloti to revhe.
nmead and clioiigo tbo rountttutloa of the Bute
I of Nehrnskn, ' "
I a. Tlmt nt mrh next elecllon of inmlicr ot
I the I.CKMHtttrc on the ballot of each elector vo
tlni: nt ueh elvotloii. s lutll he irluted or u-rltten
I In such inniiner tlint the elector cna Indicate
, hi preference under the law Ihe word: "KOIt
1 calllliK n i'OUelitlou to levNe iimciid mnl
p!mnKt. ,). roiikiltailiui of the state of Nebras
ka.-,,,,,! AUAlNsTnillliiKiu-onvenilimto re
! v,-'. amend and chniiKe the roiiMltutlnu of the
1 State of ebra'kn;" and If a majority votinc.
'runiti election simii vote for convention, the
j LrgiMnturv tlitill, nt lit next eIun, provide by
iiiwforcalllnR thes me.
I, Oeo. W. MitrMi. Secretary of State of the
S'ate or Nebraska, d hereby certify that the
forfKoliiu propoM.il amendment to the t'oiiMllu
tlou of the State of Nebrahka. In a true and cor
r'ct copy of the orltrlnal enrolled bill paed hy
the Twenty vlRiit session of the LcKlxlalure ot
the State of Nebrufea. as It appear from raid
original bill, on tile In my office, and thnt atd
jiropoved amendment and revision of the Con
Ulttillon of the State of Nbrka I vubmltted
to the iiualllled voter of the State of Nchmfka.
for their adoption or rtj.-rtlou. at Ihe KPiieral
eltctlo ' to be hvld on Tuenlay, the stli day of
Ntveniber. A. D. 1604.
In testimony whereof, I htMinto Fet my hnnd
and nfllxedtlie Ureal Seal ot the State Of Ne
Uoneat l.lnrnln thl hlh day of July, In the
year of our Lord One Tliouand Nino Hundred
and Kour. of the Independence of the failed
State the One Hundred and Twenty Ninth
ami of thl state the Thirty KlRhth.
(Cheat seal) fieo W. Maumi,
Secretary of State.
Notice of Bond Sale.
Notice is hereby given that the City
of Ud Cloud, in Webster County,
) Nebraska, offers for sale or exchange
$22 (WOO of -I 1-2 J'Eli CKST Kr Ff NDl.NCl
Watuh bonds in iii:n(iin.tio.n.s of f."(K)
!eitch;MTitiiiN(i 20 Ykaks from Anir.sT
1st, HUM, Optional payment on and
'after in Ykars.
I Skalku biilh for thf purchase of all
1 or a part thereof, or the exchange
theieior of all or a part of tho origual
.issue dated June 1st, 1887, will be
! received by the City Clerk until Noon
of Si:pti:m licit "th, 1001, and acted
1 upon by the CityCouncilatltsineeting
meeting that date. The right to reject
' any and all bids is reserved.
All bids must be accompanied by a
Cb'ftTlFIKl) rlllX'K for TWO I'KIl CENT, of
amount bid for. as forfeit in case bid
is accepted and not completed.
Ked Cloud, Nebraska.
L. H. F0UT,
Visit Tbo Old Folks.
Out) fare puis $J for the .round trip
to a great 11 any points in Ohio, Ind
iana and Kentucky. TiuKets on hic
September 0, la. 20, 'J7 and O.tober U.
Good via St. I.'iuis and for stopover u
t ic great exposition. Final limit thirty
days. S me for full parloulars or
write to L. W Wakely, (Jeneial Pass
enger Agent Oinulia,
liest for Ilorue niimeut.
Best for Cattle uilmentH.
uCBt for Sheep ailments.
CJOiV o .-.
City Dray and Express Line.
F. W. BTUJIKUAKKlt, PHOP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO,
I SAY, niSTER!
Do you know that It will pay OU. as
well as US. to buy your Hulliliug Ma.
terial and Coal at our yards? Not only
that our prices avuiaok lower, or at
least as-low, its those of our competit
ors, but iiecai'se we take especial care
of and protect all can bo classed as
U B (J U L A It CUSTO M E R S .
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
lumber and Coal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, ... Nebraska.
642 1-8 Congress 8t.
Pobtland, Mains, Oct. 17, 190J.
I consider Wino of Cardul anporlor
to ony doctor's mcdlclno 1 ever uaed
nnd I know whereof I apeak. I Buf
fered for nlno months with nuppresaed
rannatruatlon which completely pros,
trated mo. I'jlns would shoot through
P.T V?ck B "'J01 nnd I would havo
blinding hcadnchei. My limbs would
swell up and I would feel so weok I
could not stand up. I naturally felt
discouraged for I seemed to bo beyond
the help of physicians, but Wine of
Oardnl came as a God-send to WO. I
felt chango for the bettor within s
week. Aftor nlneteon days treatmont
I menstruated without suffering the
kgonlcs I usually did and soon became
regular and without pain. Wine of
Cardul is simply wonderful and I wish
that all suffering women knew ot 1U
aCuct , nQij , ajs
Treasurer, Portland Bcoaomlo League
Periodical headaches tell of fe
male weakness. Wino of Cardui
cures permanently nineteen out of
every twenty cases of irregular
menses, bearing down pains or
any female weakness. If you are
discouraged and doctors have
failed, that is tho best reason in
tho world you should try Wino of
Cardut now. Remember that
headaches mean female weakness.
Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of
Order to Show Cause.
IN TIIK COl'NTV tOt T.
stnte of Nelirikn 1
Welister L'ouiitv (
At 11 county comt held M the roiuity enurt
room la and fur sHd -outity, August 2d. A.
In the matter of the estate of John A. Ileinen,
On reiidliiR mid Mini; Ihe petition of V.. M.
Huii-oii. tirayli g Unit sdmlnlsirniloii uf snid
ivtu'etiih he nrniited lo E. M. Ileiium, hi ad
ordered, that suturdHv the iOth day of AugUKt
A. I). IWM. at 10 o'clock a. in., asiKiied fur
henrlni; said jetltlou when nil persons interest
ed In vld multeriiiHy Hppear iita county court
to lie held In mid fur Mild 1 (unity mid show
rauie why prayer of petitioner should not he
Kranted; and that iiolle" of the pendency of
said pill Ion and the hearlui; theieof he given
to all persniis interested In said iiMttor. hy pah
llshing a copy ot this onler In tho Ked Cloud
Chief, a weekly newspaper printed la said
county, for three cousecuilve weeks prior to
said day of hcarliifr,
skal A. II Kkknkv.
AllKllI ( OlllltV .lllllKC.
ntrainst Fire, Ijlulitniny;, Cy
clones anil Wludbtorins, st-o
JNO. B. STANSER,
iiKGtit for tho Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Nob,, the best in
huraiico company in the s')te.
Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
limberH up StliTJolnta.
Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
. ..... Jf .t m . . .. . s . w
iicueirnira m mo very uone,
Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
always gives satisfaction.
Office 1 19
IfflKBl TlM TABLE-
It Red CM Neb.
S7. LOUIS and
BALI LAKE C'f
and all pointy
all points east and
T1UIN8 LEAVE AS rOLLOWBt
No, 18. I'sniciiger dally for Oberlln
and Si. Francis brunches. Ox
ford, McCook, Deuverand all
points wet...... ...... . 8:35 a.m..
No, 14. PaeteuRer dally for St. Joe,
Kaunas City, Atchlcon. St.
and all points east andrr.atb 2-lda.a
15. Pstfcngcr. dally. Deuvr, aj
polnw In Colorado, utRb and
California - u
No. 16. Pa'feriKer. dally for St. Joe,
Kausss. City. Atchlion, St.
Louie and all points esstand
souUi 10:3? a.m.
No 174. Accommodation. Mouddy,
Wednenday and Frldny.llan
luits. Grand Island, Black
Ullli and all points la the
northwest...... 1 :3"i p.m.
Sleeping. dlniriR. snd reclining chair car.
(seats free) on through trains. Tlekett, sold sdU
baRgsge checked to auy point la the United
For Information, tlmo tables, maps or tickets
call on or addreux A. Conover. Agent. Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, Omieral Fasseugci
Kgcai Umsha, Nebraska
I uniuntstlHS CNBLISH
f-KsV " ClIICHKSTKlfS KNGLISII
wtiabiaarltbou. Take ho other. KrfWitw
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"JVH''S.- . Cblchtilcr i'larmlral .
441 MsiUmb irt. 1'UIU, 1'A.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medlolne for Boiy People.
Brings Ooldeu Health and Benewed Vigor;.
A speclflo for Constipation, Indlgoitlon, Live
i.ud Kidney Trouble. Pimples. Eczemn, Impure
Illooti, nnd Ureath, Sltipglah nowels. Headache,
jiud lladcncho. It's Itocky Mountain Ten In tar
let form, M cents a Ikix. Ocnnlnfl nmdo by
UoLUOTEa Dbco Cohpakv, Madlon, Wis.
AOLOEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
rlrcnwi mt tinmir.cl tlie lair,
rrotiuitif a luiuxiant eruwth.
Noto Tails to llr.tore any
Jlalr to Its Youthful Color.
Cum n..p U.MiMi a hair tilling.
H. B. AS HER
Or .the Kansas City Voter
intuy College Ofllce at E.
.lohnstun's, the lJrick Barn.
ALL CALLS PR0MIRY AHENDtD
, Teloiihone 82.
RED CLOUD, . . NEB..
At Blno Hill Jiiht Tuesday in each
-Mvrsw r-yifSyuHI H ISsllisVa
UBsk Biy of jour Iruiriit, or d1 4e. lb
lBJF..fc.r. rUeiilrk, TmtlmvtilaU
cares Frostbites and Chilblains,
ueai tning tur a lame Jiorae.
drives out all inflammation
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