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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 191o.
CHILD FEARS FATE OF DOG
Little Fnuicei Ellick Afraid She Too
Is to Be Killed.
RECEIVES A FEW SCRATCHES
Fhyslrlnna In Donbt Whether Gashes
on llnnd of Olrl Camcrt br Teeth,
or rUim t rirntP Tito
Dcifta Vni to Death.
After belnr Injured by it mad doe
Baturdar morning, IJtUo Frances Ellick.
daughter of Mr. and Mm. Frank I.
Klllck, E1S Davenport street, hid away
in tha cloiet of the house for two hours
because she wan afraid veterinary sur
ireons would kill her. Bhe Is only 7 years
old, and her Childish Imagination went
afire when Drs. Hall and Morris, veter
inarians, who were called Into the neigh
borhood, killed the dot; and another dog
that had been associating with It.
A thoroughbred Boston terrier belong
ing to Mel Uhl, Jr.. (127 Davenport street,
caused the mischief. Whether the child
was bitten or merely scratched Is not
yet definitely known, but a physician
was called and local treatment was given.
Also the Pasteur treatment will be ad
t Tnrna tn It tin.
Little Frances Ellick was out In the
yard playing when the saw the terrier
running at her. Bhe turned to run, when
the beast leaped upon her back, Bhe.
threw back her hands to push Mm off,
In doing so she received a few gashes
on the back of her hand. It is Impossible
to determine whether thty are tooth
marks or the marks of the nnlmal's
t Mrs. Mel Uhl, Jr., as toon as the heard
f the affair, went fearlessly Into the
street, seised the beast by tho collar and
dragged him to the cellar door. While
b was opening the door lie broke- away
He plunged madly about from house to
house, throwlnr his weight against every
door In an effort to enter. The woman
followed him, grabbed him again, and
again dragged htm to tho cellar door.
This time the managed to throw hlra
down cellar and shut the door on hlra.
It was hero that the veterinarians shot
him n little later when they arrived.
Incitement was high In the neighborhood.
Parents began to question their children
as to when they had played with the
Tern Don Killed.
The veterlnaries Inquired as to what
doga had been associated with the mad
beast, and killed the terrier belonging
to George Durkee, 8131 Davenport street,
because this dog was known to have
been with the Uhl terrier Wgularly, Tho
veterlnaries .said there would be danger
of rabies in any animal that had been
bitten by the Uhl dog within thirty days.
It was when little Frances Ellick heard
the doctors talking of killing all dogs
that had been associated with tho mad
dog that she ran away and hid. When
her mother found her hidden In tho house
tVT hours. Jater th said-she feared tho
veterlnaries would kill her because she
had been Injured by tho mad dog.
Jnrfa-e Bates Kntera KJs;ht.
MAD1S0N Neb., Nov. l.-(Speclal.)-Judjre
JSates authorizes the announce
ment of lils candidacy for the poslofflce
nt Madison, subject to whatever primary
rules tho local mmmlH., wtinn .nnnlnlail
maadoKjVjudiejBates'.ki been county
Judge twelve years and at thj present
time' is eh airman of tho democratic
county central committee.
A. K. Dtonovan, editor of the StarJfall,
has already filed with J. C, Iteevea, the
local committeeman. Bo far as can be
learned the .candidates, ' Individually, are
favorable to a primary onen to all the
patrons of the office qualified to vote at
any general election.
Who Cares? Listen!
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Gawy fkemachR nwrety feel fine
in tire mtsstes.
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stars, sourness or belching of gas, arid,
or eructations of undigested food, no
dlcslness, bloating, foul breath or head
ache. Fa's Dlapcpaln Is -noted for its speed
In regulating upset stomachs. It Is the
surest, quickest and most certain In
digestion remedy In the whole- .world,
a4 besides It Is harmless.
Millions of mn and women now eat
their favorite foods without fear-thty
know Pace's Plapepsln wilt save them
from any atcmarb misery.
Please, for? your sake, get a Urge
fifty-cent caso of Pape's Dlapepsln from
any dm store and put your stomach
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Ilia ii tea short you are not here long,
s make your stay agreeable. Eat what
yea like and digest It: enjoy It. without
dre of rbe'Jlon n the stomach.
Papers Diapepsin belongs In your home
anyway phould one of the family tat
something which don't agree with them,
or in case of an attack of Indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derange
ment at daytime or during the night, It
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O L I P THIS
Te BtHScete fta are refW raaier Ja But srueat Six C9wii lik tali est.
THE IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT !b guaran
teed to be the greatest collection and biggest bargain in
patterns ever offered. The 160 patterns have a retail
value of 10 cents each, or more than $10.00 in all. Bring
SIX Coupons and 68 cents to this office and you will be
pretd with One Complete Outfit, including Book of
Instructions and one All Metal Hoop. The 68) cents is to
cover duty, express, handling and the numerous over
head expenses of getting the package from factory to you.
M 8. Out of Town Readers will add 7 cents extra for
ptmge and expense of mailing.
Memf TUX OMAHA HKK.
TECL1ISEH. N'eh.. JCov. !. KDAClat.)
George W. Urott, a printer of this dty
and the victim of a, matrimonial de
frauding scheme, was last evening served
with a subpoena by Doptity United States
Minimi n W. Mcfnllurn Af Lincoln to
appear In the eastern division of the
United States district court at St. Louis
on Tuesday next
Korly last spring Urott, a widower,
answered an advertisement of "Miss
Stella Lee," In a matrimonial paper, the
woman claiming sho wanted n. corres
nnnrtent. with a view at matrimony.
letters and photographs were exchanged,
(tin Im woman clvlne as her address
90 Chambers street, St. Louts. Finally,
upon persuasion from his supposed fair
enrronondent. Urott mailed the woman
10 to come to this city for the pur
pose of marrying him, as she had airreeu.
tiroil waited for the woman for a few
days and, she not appearing, he addressed
tho number she had given in bt. iiuis
mil Ms letter was returned, lie then
turned his correspondence over to the
in Mnrcli Brott was summoned to ap
pear before the grand Jury in tho court
mentioned to give evidence against the
woman, which ho did. At that Ume It
developed that tho "Miss Stella Lee"
was in reality Mrs. Stella Leo Green,
the wife of a man known In St. Louis.
nr..n ,m,i hla wlfo had been doing a
wholesale matrimonial business, it de
veloping that they had secured as mani
as 600 pictures of fair looking young
women at the galleries In St. Louis nnd
these, with tender loiters, had been
mii,i ail nver the country to the men
who bit on their advertisement" In tho
matrimonial papers. Oreen, It seems, nau
. tw.i!nn In St. Louis which, paid him
a week, but lie gavo this up to help
his wifo In her correspondence work.
When Brott appeared In tho court there
were moro than thirty other men from
different sections of tho country on hand
to glvo evidence against "Stella," to say
nothing of the many who were bit
and did not piako complaint. At that
tlmo the Oreens had suddenly mode a
change of base and the officers could
not locate them. Kach of the thirty odd
men had letters from "Hteiia- wmcn
M,,ni, titA 4hn ones Urott hail re-
celved, and each had contributed cash to
"Stella" to come to this nna mat pomi
nf niarrylng the vie-
tlmo. A mall carrier of tho city tesU-
fled that he had taken as many as m
tccn letters to the Green woman at a
single time, and that for a few days
sho had received an Immonse amuum
of mall. Several Indictments resulted.
The officer who camo here lasr oen
, ... in. Hummons was not ad
vised whether or not tho Greens had "been
apprehended, hut it would seem that
they ba-vo been from the fact that the
services of ' Brott are again demanded
in the Bt. Louts court Ho will go to
Bt. Louts Monday.
FORMER TECUMSEH WOMAN
v DIES IN NEW TUnrv un i
J ..afT 5 xrtv. id. (SrwcUI.)
Word came . to. Tecumseh Saturday that
i c..u,r had d ed at her homo
B Y?i City. Mrs. Seayer was
... ...... ... u.t,t( f f
cumseh. She was aged ?ta ,n "
survived b her father,. W. . "
Tecumseh, husband, "ahd f
m I Kfl nftMM
slstsr, Mrs. uraco u,....i "V
City, and a, brother, unaries jv.
cott of Oklahoma City. The body will be
brought td Tecumseh for burial, reaching
V . V Ra a Iran mis a n
here Wednesaay. airs, w-.rw -talented
mustcUn possesslni? a very tine
voice, and she sang in n. o
church. At ve Urns she was a soloist
In a Lincoln church.
ASHLAND MAN PINNED
UNDERNEATH MOTOR CAR
4atiT,AriTV Keb.. Nor. ,-Spclal Tel-
whii returning from near Mem-
phis about U o'clock last nisriu w-vr
Iteece. U years old, naa a narrow cvb
.i ii in when near the James Jar-
jt i nnrthWMt of tOWTI. A tlrO
ulna iBiKii ,.w.-..--
exploded on the automobile iteece was
nt hia-h sDeed. the machine turned
over into a deep ditch, pinning Ileece
underneath. Iteece's cries tor neip wern
lieanl atout two hours later by the
night watchman at Swift's Ice house, half
a mile distant, who summoned a gang
of men'and released the Imprisoned man.
who suffered a dislocated collar bone.
The auto was not Injured.
Tlftrn Wote ot Chadron.
ptrirniftW. Vh.. No'. 1C (Special.)
After a four days trial, the one criminal
nn tha docket ended with a verdict
by a Jury of not guilty. It was against
Ado I. Summers for criminal assault.
The regular docket will be called next
The two large grocery stores of WIU
. and Charles N. Glllam have been pur
clmsed bv the (3 rant ham Hroa. Wesley
and Frank. Wesley Grantham bought of
will h. uiuam me iwo-story tncK puna-
Int- In which thu pm(M storA of the.
tatter has been doing business for fif
teen years, consideration iz.lm.
Will uiuara u a member or the school
Pattern Dept., Omaha, Nt.
board and a leader In the Commercial
club. They retire from business to lead
an outdoor life, carrying on a ranch
bunineas, but living In Chadron.
Wesley Grantham comes from Stans
berry, Mo., while Frank has lived in
Dawes county for several years. The
two stores will now be consolidated.
Farmers Institute will be held In Chad
ron next week. Dr. Carlson of Norfolk
wilt talk on animal Industry, and at the
public lecture In the evening will tell
of his recent trip through the Spanish
Messrs Cole and Anderson are going
out of Chadron eaoh evening to lecture
in the various country school houses In
order to reach any who have not time to
leave their work to come to Chadron dur
Ing the week.
Uniting Defeats Kdsnr,
EDOAIl, Neb., Nov. 16. (Speclal.)-The
first foot ball team of the Hastings High
school nnd the Edgar High school team
met on the home grounds Friday after
noon and fought a pretty good battle al
though tho Bdgar boys were outclassed
as was expected by many who know
both teams, this being the first year for
most of the Edgar High school boys
while the Hastings High school boys are
all vets. Tho score was a to 0.
OFFICERS MUST DIE
(Continued from Page One.)
theft has been reported. Guards were
placed at downtown stores with orders
to shoot the first man who attempted to
Tho rebels took 125 federal prisoners,
93,000 rounds of ammunition, two field
Piece and two machine guns all In addi
tion to nn important bonier port of entry
and a military strategic point
(rnrral C'nstrn Mlsslnsr.
General Francisco Castro, commander
of tho Juarez garrison, is among the miss
ing. It is tho general opinion that ho
escaped. No trace of him or his body
has beon found. Ills scabbard, sword
nnd epaulets wore found in his residence
on Juarez avenue and General Villa has
them for souvenirs.
El Faso pollco this afternoon thought
they had captured General Castro In El
Faso, but the prisoner proved to be a
colonel from the Juarez garrison. He
was sent to Fort Dllss a prisoner,
Ilullcts foil in El Faso during tho at
tack and Lester Burnett a messenger
boy, was shot through the hand while
walking tho streets In the early hours.
Almost all the downtown business struc
tures wore hit by bullets. All El' Faso
was aroused "by the firing and the streets
wero soon filled with people. No others
United States troops took station near
the international boundary and held the
Americans away from tho dangerous zone
as much as possible while the battlo
BIG BOOST GIYEN ALFALFA
(ConUnucd from Page One.)
Uon next year. These are Justices
Weaver, Wlthrow and Iadd. Wlthrow
went on tho bench by appointment this
yenr, but the others are veterans on the
May Be Cnndlflate for Auditor.
Iowa butter makers get fanoy prices
lfor their product The report or Com
mlssloner Barney on ths year closed
November 1 shows that the 612 Iowa
creameries reporting sold. S"J,S06,1S3 pounds
of butter In the year for 8,185,21, or
33.93 cents a pound. This s declared to
be a cent and a half better per pound
than the average price In New oYrk.
Of the creamery pro.luct &,236,62S pounds
were sold outside the state. The butter
was made from tho milk of 788,131 cows.
Hie butter producing) counties are;
Woodbury. 10,7:0,232 pounds; Folk, 4.030.
10); Fayette, J.MG.Ka; Delaware, S.5Ca.rT0;
Dubuque, - 3,253,240; Bremer, ,116,711 The
department collected In fees In the year
K6.G0t.C2, to which should be added about
15,500, which went to tho school fund In
fines. Chapters are devoted to alfalfa.
more milk, the lecture work and other
topics. lectures were given to S3 audi
ences and 40,000 persons.
Arbitration Hearings Are Open,
Arclrdlnc to Labor Commissioner
Urlck, who had a great deal to do with
the wording of the new law for a ooara
nt nrMimtlnn an A conciliation, the rro-
coedlngs commenced at Oskaloosa under
this law shon' open Instead of in
aiwM-nt it was reported had been de
cided on by tho board selected to at
tempt a settlement of tho street car
irikK. Information from Ottumwa Is
that the board started out as In the case
of a grand Jury to secure evldonce tin
nixrire of secrecy, but later decided
on having them open. In time tho facts
in 14 made known, especially it no
setUement Is effected, but It was sup
posed that Uio hearings would be open.
Christian CltlseasUlp wemanus.
The Christian ciUienshlp confere.nce
i.rm Saturday with the adoption
of resolutions and election of officers.
The officers selected are: rresiaoni,
w n Hn whlll. Washington. Ia.; secre
tary, 8. E. Greer, Washington; treasurer,
n Ia Couter, Washington; nnanciai sec
retary. J. n. Dodds, An executive com
mittee was named. Resolutions Include
That the blblo be read In the public
schools of Iowa,
For an amendment to the federal con
stitution prlhlbltlng polygamy.
For uniform marriage and divorce laws
in conformity with scriptural precepts.
A better observance of the Sabbath.
Closing the gates of the San Francisco
exposition on Sundaya.
Prohibition In state and the nation of
all traffic tn intoxicating liquors.
Amendment to the constitution of the
Vnlted States recognizing Jesus Christ as
tho king of nations, and that the bible
i. itlllmBt, tnnriArit nf nil national
action on moral questions.
Iteport of Vnuaual Accident,
An unusual accident was reported to
the state labor office this week. A work
man In a factory at Clinton was handling
an acid used In cutting glass or frosting
It, and not being familiar with the acid
he permitted a quantity to reach his bare
hands. Before he could be relieved by a
surgeon his hands were so badly burned
by the add that It is feared he will lose
both of them. The factory owners prom
ise they will have an antidote ready here,
after In case of other similar accidents.
Cost of Mate Colleges.
Figures Just compiled by the state offt.
cials show that the state has paid the
enormous sum of 1U.W0.7U to the three
educational institutions In the last thir
teen years, or nearly I.00&O0O a year
on an average. The annual payments
now run considerably over f.CCO.OUO a year
The colleges received aid as follows In
the period covered: State university.
tf.01S.MS; state college. H 61 9. 006. State
teachers' college, $I.S63,0i. A largo part
of this Is received from mlllage taxes ap
propriated and anticipated before they
HUERTA UNABLE TO
BRING NEW CONGRESS
COMPLETELY TO LIFE
iftontlnued from Page One.)
tin 1 1 V. f n r m ,mw mlntil.. ... .. .
- . - . ' ,t.i.w.c . I vj l nmru ,
but there was little of the parliamentary
form observed In what followed. On
group-Called for one man and another
group for another man to act as chair
Calls for Order.
In van Senor Zunlga called upon the
deputies for order. Insisting that they ob-
rerve legal procedure.
"Don't talk to us of law!" cried Salva
dor Diaz Mlron, editor of Impartial, and
an ardent supporter, of General Huerto,
"What have wo to do with law? Wo nre
greater than the law. The country Is In
a delicate position and it is our duty to
proceed In the most expedlUous manner."
Tho .controversy was ended y the ap
pointment without balloting, of Enrique
I'az as president of tho body, to serve
until the formal Inauguration on Novem
Secretaries and committees to exam-
Inn credentials were then appointed and
the aeadon adjourned at 6 o'clook. .
The tone of the capital press would
Indicate that all Mexico desires to see
General Huerta remain at tho head of
tho government, and editorially and In
the news columns the United State U
bitterly criticised for he paH it has
played. Among tho people generally
there Is lacking evidence of violent out
bursts of an anti-American character.
A feeling of apathy characterizes the
attitude of the Mexican people.
Statement of Cnrrnnin,
NOGALES. Sonora. Max.. Nov. It-
General VcnusUano .Carranza will not
consider any means of accomplishing
peace in Mexico not predicated upon the
absolute elimination of General Huerta.
The constitutionalist political and mili
tary leader Issued tho following an
"We will recognize nobody who suc
ceeds General Huerta by the power
wjilcli he has usurped."
This statement was occasioned bv varl-
oua suggestions reaching here through
the press and semi-official channels that
certain persons might be acceDtable to
both President Huerta and General Car
ranza as president ad Interim. No name
yet suggested to General Carranza has
brought an encouraging reply.
Cheered hr SacceMea.
Military successes of tho revolutionists
reported today added greatly to the al
ready cheerful attitude of officials here
attending the negotiations conducted
wltli Washington through William Bay
ard Hale, as representative of President
Wilson,, Jt was asserted that while the
hitherto unrecognized revolutionists now
had direct and friendly relations with
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Washington, Provisional President
Huerta had none.
The taking today of Juarez, port on the
Texas-Chihuahua border, by Generat
Villa's forces, the capture yesterday of
Cullcan, capital of Slnaloa, and the at
tack today on Victoria, capital of
Tamaullpas, on the Gulf of Mexico, it
was asserted, would affect materially the
International statue of the revolutionary
movement It was asserted the revolu
tion had doubled Internationally In the
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 While official
information from Mexico City today was
meager, the Washington government
maintained tonight Its confidence that
Provisional President Hureta soon would
be eliminated from the situation,
The steady pressure through diplomatic
channels, the financial blockade and the
practical certainty that the embargo on
arms will be lifted unless General Huerta
yields are expected to force retirement of
the provisional president. How soon this
would occur no official would predict,
Neither at the White House nor at the
State department was there an disposi
tion to regard seriously the statement
Issued from the national palace at Mexico
City declaring that "In view of Venustl
ano Carranza's repudiation of any form
of mediation by or alliance with the
United States, Provisional President
Huerta can do no less than Join him in
his expression of patriotic sentiment and
maintain unaltered his dignified nttltudo
While on the surface this statement
gave the Impression that the United
States had met with a rebuff In the
diplomatic enmps of both Mexican fac
tions, administration officials, conversant
wlUi details of the inner situation con
strued it merely an an attempt to meet
temporarily the arguments of expediency
being urged upon President Huerta by
Close friends. The declaration from Gen
eral Carranza that he would not accept
medlaUon by the United States and
reiterated by President Huerta caused no
concern here, for the Washington govern
ment maintains It never has offered to
Itepnbllran City Notes.
REPUBLICAN CITV, Neb., Nov. 16.-(Specal.)-G.
G. Dyre of St Francis, Kan.,
and Miss Myrtle Lamphere of this city
wore united in marriage at tho home of
J. W. Bash Thursday evening. Mr.
Dyre is express messenger on the St
Francis branch. Miss Lamphere has
been assistant postmistress for the last
eight years at this place,
John Upllnger, of this place, and Mbs
Delia Erwln of Alma, Neb., were united
In marriage by County Judge Itoberston
at Bloomlngton. Neb., on Wednesday.
A meeting was held in the opera house
on last Thursday evening by the farm
ers of this section, A temproary organi
zation was effected looking to tho es
tablishing of a farmers' elevator at this
The malted barley is a predigested
food hops a tonic of proven
efficiency the trifle of alcohol,
only 4 1-2, an aid to digestion.
But be sure you get pure beer.
To insure absdlute purity, we doub
le the necessary cost of our brewing.
Schlitz is brewed in the dark
cooled in filtered air perfectly
aged every bottle Pasteurized.
Ste that crown or cork
is branded "Schlitz."
1 lie Deer
TEST FOR SUFFRAGE LAW
Liquor Interests Will Brine; Illinois
Act Into Court.
TOO MANY "DRY" VICTORIES
Claim Made Glrla of Eighteen Voted
in Itrcent Elections tn rlaces
Carried hr the rrohl
bltlonlats. CHICAGO. Nov. 1.-An immediate test
of tho validity of the woman's suffrage
law In Illinois Is to be made by tha
liquor Interests. It became known here
today. The recent local option elections
at Metropolitan, Maccac county; Baldwin
and Percy In Randolph county, and
Plnckneyvllle, Perry county, which were
won by the prohibitionists by the votes
Of women will bo contested. It Is claimed
girls IS years old voted, making the elec
tions Illegal and that the male vote
favored the saloons.
The votes of women today defeated a
proposal to issue 12(0,000 worth of bonds
st Evanston for an addition to the high
school. The suffragists wero led by Mrs.
Catherine Waugh McCulloch. James A.
Patten, former broker, and several
bankers actively campaigned for the bond
DEAD IN HIS OFFICE
WITH WOUND IN HEAD
(Continued from Page One.)
widow, Mrs. Helen Toppleton, is the
mother of his son.
Uradnate of Harvard,
W. B. Poppleton was a lawyer and an
honorable and successful business man.
He was a graduate of Harvard law
school in the class of 1SS7, previously
having completed courses at the Racine
grammar school at Racine, Wis., and
Phillips academy, Andover, Mass. After
finishing at Harvard he came to Omaha
and practiced law, becoming assistant
city attorney, his father being his chief.
He had been a candidate for mayor,
member of the school board and presi
dent of tho Sons of Omaha. He was a
member of the Omaha Harvard club, the
Omaha club, the Country club and the
Sons of Omaha. Ho was a director of
the First National bank.
Culls from the Wire
Stephen Bull, sr., aged 91, one of the
founders of the J. I. C8Je Threshing
Machine company, died at Racine, Wis.,
Zach T. Mitchell, who attended college
with the prince of Wales, later King
Edward VII of England, died at his
home in Kirk wood. Mo., yesterday. He
was 70 years old. For years he was one
of the best known criminal lawyers In
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Phone 44 ,
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Pour a teatpoonful of Omega Oil
into a cupful of boiling water and in
hale the steam, which carries the heal
ing properties of this wonderful oil
into the passages of the nose ana
throat It usually gives relief. Trial
bottle ioc; large bottles 25c and 50c
rials arc all
selected for their
strength and durability. Each
part is strong and honest.
Big, roomy storm, blankets, with
high yoke necks, double adjust
able snap strap and buckle front
fasteners, heavy kersey fabric
lined. $4.00. Oilier styles, 3.50.
Web bound stable blankets, with
two attached surcingles, (3.50.
GuaranteeTac on each warrants
the wear a full year or a new
blanket free. Sold by horse foods
Btmls Blanket Company, Omasa, Neb.
ToweJ Case fur
nishes a clean
They are neat
ly piled In the
case ready for
use. The soiled
ones slide on
the rod out of
sight Into the
These are specially Intended .f6r
Kotsls Large Offices
FubUo Toilets Depots
'iho cost la very low: lot
ub glvo you an estimate
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rels. Ask for quotations.
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It a strong nerve tonic No alcohol.
Sold Tor GO years.
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