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RACE FOR GOVERNOR
Former Lieutenant Governor Allows
Many Petitions Circulated in
FOUR HOW ARE CANDIDATES
(From ft Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. 2S. (Special.) Former
Lieutenant Governor McKelvle mill be a
candidate for the republican .nomination
for governor. Petitions which have been
quietly circulated over the state are be
ginning to reach Lincoln and It la said
that when ft sufficient number have ac
cumulated, they will be taken to the state
house and filed.
It la said that H. H. Marshall of Lin
coln Is back of the petition movement and
has been sending out letters accompanied
with blank petitions asking that these be
slaned ud and returned.
Other la the Rare,
This will make four entries Into the
ight for tbe republican nomination.
Judge Sutton of Omaha and ex-Mayor C.
J. Miles and Mayor Madgett of Hastings.
Several others are viewing the situation
from afar with more or less Interest and
may be expected to proclaim their In
tention to compete for the honors when
the battle warms up a little more later
In the season. Among the number are
Walter George of Omaha, former state
treasurer, and former congressman
Ernest M. Pollard of Nehawka. Sam
Rinnaker of Beatrice has also been men
tioned In connection with the nomination,
but the Gage county attorney has not
showed signs of enthusiasm yet.
Honlner I'nta In Claim,
Dr. I A. Bordner of Wymore, who at
one time acted as Inspector for the
stallion registration board of the state, Is
asking the state to reimburse him for
Injuries received while In the employ of
the state as an Inspector, bringing his
claim under the compensation act.
Dr. Bordner, according to Information
given out at the office of the state
veterinarian, was not ft regularly ap
pointed inspector, but was engaged by
the day whenever the work required any
additional inspectors. The doctor owned
his own automobile and the state paid
him $5 a, day for its use. One day while
at Udell, the doctor attempted to crank
,ne car and the thing kicked back, break,
ing his arm.
He puts) in ft claim for eight weeks com
pensation. It is claimed by the state that
he has received regular pay since his
injury and is not entitled to the additional
Adams Company Pays.
The Adams Express company today
paid to the state treasurer the sum of
$3,747.49 due as an occupation tax under
the provisions of the Smith act passed
by the legislature four years ago.
Thomas Back from Kearney.
State Superintendent Thomas returned
from eKarney this morning, where he
looked after some work in connection
with his department. He brought back
with him a picture of a mile of road
which has been built by Buffalo county
adjoining the west line of the city of
eKarney along the Lincoln highway. The
road Is fifteen feet wide and is made of
cement. It is the Intention of the county
officials to build two miles more if the
present road fills the requirements.
Dr. Thomas went to Raymond this aft
ernoon to address the teachers', institute
it that place this evening.
Alliance is Having
Market and Fair
ALLIANCE, Neb., Oct. ffl.-(Speclal.)-In
the absence of tho annual Box Butte
county fair this year the Alliance Com
mercial club arranged for a "market and
lair" week, which opened hve yesterday i
with all the pomp and enthusiasm of the
southern Mardl Gras. The business sec
tion of the city Is decorated for the week,
and the merchants are vlelng with one
another In their efforts to have the best j
window or offer the moit for a dollar.
These attractions, together with ideal
western Nebraska fall weather, has filled
the town to overflowing with stock grow
ers and farmers from all over this sec
tlon of Nebraska, who are enjoying the
festivities as only they can who have
worked faithfully and reaped a bountiful
harvest as have these people this season.
A barbecue was the main event of the
day, and a monster three-year-old steer,
done to a "Juicy brown," together with
the necessary dishes to make the feast
complete, was served to the visitors.
Agricultural exhibits, poultry, stock,
large pumpkins, squash, ears of corn,
etc., usually shown at county fairs, oc
cupy their places In the market, and show
remarkable Improvement in Quality as
for Corns, "Gstj-lt"
The Big Surprise for Corn Owners.
It's Sure, Simple, Safe, (Jutck.
Listen to the wee story of "Gets-It,"
the world's greatest corn remedy. It a a
short story only about two feet ' Mary
hid a little 'Gets-It,' snd corns upon her
toe; a 'l ery'tlme she pvt on iieti-'t,'
top Misery and KaiKarraanneat LI
This Willi bliupU. Uir -0t-lt-M
pie, Lm '
the corn was su.e to go." Mary, like
thousands of others, used to be a heroine,
suffering martyrdom, usliw pai.itul ban
iaaa, irr tatlnc Skives, silrky tape, toe
harnase. biootl-brliiginjc ruut and scis
sors! bhe says now there s no snse in
It. .Use "Gets-It,' app led in 2 avoonds.
Kasy, simple, new way Ju t painlem coin
Inon sense! Millions are do ng lt Never
falls. You wear smaller auovs now. You
den't hare to limp around any more, or
walk on the aide of your shoes to try to
ret away from your corns! You know for
ur bfre you use "Uets-ll" tnat the
corn or callous Is suing away. Fur coma,
eaUouaea. warts and bunions.
"Oets-It" is sold by all diu;rlvt. c
" a bottle, or sent direct by EL Lawrence
Co., Chicago. Sod in Omaha and
reenmroendrd as the world's best corn
remedy by Mheraaa McUenneli Drug
. "-hi i x. rva
FRENCH IN NEW STEEL HELMETS One of the first
pictures to reach this country, showing French infantry
men wearing the new, steel helmets, designed to protect
their heads from shrapnel fire," waiting a German attack
in a trench near Souchez. ! :
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well as quantity over exhibitions of the
same kinds at county fairs of former
Each night an orchestra dance Is given
for the visitors In the opera house. .
SEWARD BOOSTERS OUT
REWARD, Neb., Oct. 28. (Speclal'.)-A
boonter trip to advertise the evangelistic
meetings to be held here beginning No
vember 7 will be made Monday by a dosen
automobiles. Towns in Seward county
will be visited and heralds distributed. A
tabernacle seating 1,600 is being erected
south of the Seward county court house.
Roy J. Hannah and Miss Fern Jennings,
both of Beaver Crossing, were married in
Seward Wednesday, by Rev. Bert Story,
pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Dean Edwin Barbour has accepted an
Invitation to speak at the University club
banquet here December 17.
Frank II. Curtis of Alliance and Miss
Lenora I. Selby were married at.Mllford
Thursday. . ,
Edgar Campbell; of this cltywa mar
ried to Miss Bcsle Proeser of Mil ford
Thursday. . .
Mrs. Nels Jorgensen died . Thursday
after a long Illness., She leaves a hus
band and three children. ., , '
Omaha people do not realise the Im
pression made on the people, over the
state by 'the 'Billy' Sunday .meetings.
Nothing elBc.is talked of in small towns
or on the trains. ' s" .'
Emmet Robertson, the chauffeur for the
Wlckersham livery who was' hurt by 'the
collision of his' car with another car Sun
day night, Was badly Injured. Seven ribs
were broken and both of his lunga were
punctured." " ,.
AuPKunrl Mt-t sit Fremont.
FREMONT. Neb., Oct. 28. (Special )
Assessors from the counties comprising
the Eastern Nebraska Assessors' district
met here yesterday to receive Instructions
from O. H Bcrnecker, secretary pf the
State Board of Assessors,, concemlng.tfle
work of assessing real estate for ISIS.
Assessors from Douglas, Sarpy,- Burt,
Washington, Saunders. Colfax, Cuming
and Dodge counties were In attendance. '
The Hest Medicine for Concha. '
The first dose of Dr. King's New Dis
covery helps your cough,-soothes throat.
Get a bottle today. 60c. All druggists.
Mrs.? Elisabeth Humphreys.
SCOTIA., Neb. Oct. 28. (Special .) Th.
funeral of ' Mrs. .Elisabeth Humphreys
wss held at the Methodist Episcopal
church Monday. A large number, pf peo
ple from nearby towns Were In attend
' ance at 1cr funeral. Elisabeth Llndrldge
i was born In Kent, England, In 1830, was.
married to Thomas Weekes and came to
America in 1850. Her husband lost his life
in the civil war lri 18G& In 1866 she was
married to John .Humphreys, who died
twenty-seven years ago. Twenty-six years
ago Mrs. Humphries came to Nebraska,
since which time Bcbtla had been her
home. She retained her fine mentality
until the end of her long life. Bhe was
intensely rellKlouB and patriotic, and was
always an active, forceful worker In
every good cause. She la survived by
four children Charles T. Weekes of Gree
ley, Neb.; W. B. Weekes of Omaha, Ed
ward Humphreys of' Denver and Mrs.
Edith bchmith of ' Aurora, 111.
PAWNEE CITY, Neb., Oct. J8.-(Spe-clal.)
George Bush, a pioneer settler Of
Pawnee county, who settled on a home
stead between Table Hock and Pawnee
City, more than half a' century ago, died
at his home here Sunday and was laid
to rest In the I'awnee City cemetery yes
terday. : The only relative known In, this
country, a granddaughter, ' has nursed
and taken 'care of him the last three
years, during which time, he has : been
helpless invalid.. He was- about 80 years
of age, and was born in England. H. re
tired from the farm a few year, ago,
moving to Pawnee City.
Vra. A.' MfKlaney.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Oct. . . -(Special.)
Mrs. A. J. McKJnney of this city
passed away at an early hour Thursday
after an Illness extending over many
years. Mrs. McKinney was born In Sus
quehanna, Pa., eighty-three years ago,
and spent her girlhood there, moving to
Iowa nearly fifty, years ago and settling
at Leon, where she with the family lived
for a number of years, then removing to
Hamburg, la. They came to Plattsroouth
some sixteen years ago: Her husband, A.
J. McKlnney, Is now M years of age, and
also very feeble.
Young at Lincoln
(From" a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nob.. Oct. 28. (Specials
Supreme Chancellor B. S. Young of Ada.
O., was In Lincoln yesterday and several
receptions were held In his honor by the
Knights of Pythias and auxiliary organi
sations. H was accompanied by Mra.
Young and a large number of knights
from out of the city were present at the
meeting held in Knights of Pythias hall
at night. ' Governor I Morehead was
present and made a short address.
.While not on a political tour, Mr. Young
was not adverse to talking", politics a lit
tle around the hotel lobby and said that
In his tour which he Is making over the
country covering a majority of .the states
of the union, he has become convinced
that ' there will ' be republican landslide
In 1916 and that' the republican candidate
for the presidency will go In by -a major
ity equal to that of' Roosevelt when he
ran for his second term.
APPLY. FOR, POSTMASTER
HASTINGS, .Neb., Oct, 28.-(8peclal Tol
egram.) Assuming that ( Postmaster R.
B. Wahlqulat has forwarded his resigna
tion to Washington a number of Hastings
democrats have applied to Congressman
Shallenberger for appointment as his suc
cessor, .but each has received a discour
aging reply. .', '
' Mr. Wahlqulat himself refused to aay
today whether he had resigned.
"I announced 'some months ago," said
Mr. Wahlqulst, "that If the health of my
brother' and partner In the Adams County
Democrat continues1 unimproved I might
resign. ' Further than that I have noth
ing to say." . -
Lem'Tibbets is' mentioned as a prob
able choice for the place in the event that
Mr. Wahlqulst steps down. ' It is reported
that 'he has been recommended by oCn
ressman Shallenberger with that condi
tion. It Is known that Influence la now
being brought to bear' In Washington to
keep Mr.-Wahlqulst in the place.
CORDING SERIOUSLY HURT
. IN DRUG. STORE EXPLOSION
KBARNEJY, Neh., Oct.' Jl (Special Tel
egram.) Joseph Cording was seriously In
jured and the building occupied by his
drug store at Litchfield wa. totally
wrecked by an explosion . on Wednesday
evening. . Cording had gone Into the base
ment and seen what he thought to be
water on the floor. He struck. a match to
Investigate." The fluid proved to be
turpentine, which ' had leaked, from a
barrel In storage, and the explosion which
followed was terrlfle. ' Cording was badly
burned and little 'hope la held for his
T-, at Fremont.
FTITTMONT. Neb., Oct. (Special.)
W'lllam Pedersen snd Miss Minnie Lents
were married at .the. Trinity Lutheran
chureh here yesterday, flev.,K. C. Krause
officiating. Mr and ; Mrs. Pedersen will
take a wedding t.r(p to eastern points,
returning to Fremont to make their borne.
The wedding , of. William Bruenlg or
Humphrey and Mis. Marie McMahon of
Arlington was solemnised at St. Patrick's
Catholic church, .Rev. Father J. J. O Sul
llvan officiating. A , wadding, breakfast
was served at i the home of. the bride's
grandmother, Mrs. Ellen McMahon. Mr.
and Mrs. Brue'nlg will make their home
at Humphrey.' ., i
' I lneat Klert rotated.
BEATM1CE, Neb:, Oct. 28. Special Tel
egram.) A. G.'Utka of Wymore, t line
man employed-with the Western Union
Telegraph-company, was electrocuted at
Fortesque, Mo., Just across the river from
Rulo, Neb., this morning while measuring
cross wires for. current. The body was
found by a farmer, who was driving to
Fortesque.. The deceased, had lived In
Wymore for six yeans and leaves a widow
and three children. The body was brought
to Wymore todsy for burial.
Nse,Nstl to rftaMk.rlala'1.
"I have' tried ' most of all the cough
cure, and find that there -Is none that
equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it
has never tailed to give me prompt re
lief." writes W, V. Harner. Montpeller,
InJ. . When you have a cold give this
remedy a trial and see for yourself what
a splendid medicine ' It Is. Obtainable
s very where. All druggists. Advertise-meat..
OMAIIA, ITU DAY,
oiToiu:it -".. 101.").
GERARD'S VISIT TO
Belief Expressed in Washington
that Conference Concerned Fro
posed Peace Parleys.
GOSSIP ABOUT THE SITUATION
WASHINGTON, Oct. 28. Ambas
sador Oernrd's rorent confereneo
with Rmperor' William Is causing
much upecuUMon In official quarters
her. Secretary LanBlns; stated to
day that the ambassador had not
bwn directed to visit the emperor
and that no report of the conference
bad been received.
Ham might have taken advantage Of
th opportunity to express to Ambas- '
sador Gerard Germany's views on
peade was generally talked of here
today, particularly as a consequence
Of published reports that Germany
toon Intended to make known the I
basis on which It would make peace.
Ilaoorta that Prince Von Buelow, for
mer German chancellor and amtmaaador
te Italy, was to visit Kin Alfonso of
fain. and later the I'nitcd States have
attracted much attention here because
of the belief that he mlaht be entrusted j
with the tasa of explaining Qermany s
President Wilson has made clear that
until one of the belltirerants Indicated
plainly a desire to accept mediation, tnere
would be no Initiative on the part of the
The fact tnat King- Alfonso of Spain
Is mentioned as a mediator Is regarded
here as significant because for some time
It has been Indicated that the Kins; of
Spain was desirous of acting- In harmony
with President Wilson when the time for
making; peace arrives.
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BEATRICE!, Neb., Oct. 28.-(8peclal.)-A
threshing engine blew up on the farm
of Ira Martin, three miles north of
Liberty, setting fire to eight stacks of
wheat belonging to Mr. Martin, which
were destroyed. The threshing outfit be
longed to C. Norrls and was practically
ruined. The loss on the machinery and
grain will amount to about 13,000, par
tially covered by Insurance.
Robert Krelg of this city Wednesday
pleaded guilty In police court to the
chargo of wife beating and was fined
$100 and costs. Krelg was paroled to 3.
A.' Forbes pending good behavior and
was released tip payment of the costs of
the case. ' '
George King of Lincoln and Miss Irene
Scott of Odin, 111., were married in this
city Wednesday by Judge H. D. Walden.
Figures ' recently compiled show that
1.4M automobiles are owned In Gage
county, a little over one-thirtieth of the
total number in the state, which la 44,281.
Of this number 937 are to be found In the
WIU C. Brandt and Miss Effle Hen
dricks .were married at the bride's home
In Glenover Wednesday evening.
Fire supposed to have ' been started
from burning weeds along the Union Pa
cific right-of-way Wednesday destroyed
the barn and outbuildings on the premises
of Mrs. Ramklu, on North Fifth street
The loss Is ' placed at about 00.
' Raid on "oft Drink" Shop.
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. 28. (Special Tel
egram.) Officers today raided room. In
the second story of the building occupied
by Plxar & Hemperby as a soft drink
emporium and confiscated forty gallons
of -whisky and gin. The town I. dry and
authorities say arrests will follow the
Ida Grove Heavies
Line Ud for Le Mars
IDA aitOVii, la., Oct. 28,-(Speclal.)
If . Ida Grove succeeds In defeating Le
Mars on the Jocal field November , the :
team will lay claim to the championship
of the h'gh" schools of northwestern 1
Iowa and w(ll Insist upon being reckoned '
with in - the final elimination for the
state championship. .
Ida Drove's eleven this year Is more '
nearly the caliber of the' "big teams"
of a decide ago, which won several state !
titles. Thus far It has won the four
game, on Its schedule without great dif
ficulty, piling up 146 points to Its op- j
pohents t. Four games still remain
Le Mara, Storm Lake, Lake City and
Hawarden-Mind from the form lately j
shown by the team, it should go through :
the entire schedule with a clear record, j
' Ida Grove's team will average about
160 pounds, the back tackles. Ford and
Matlack, each weighing In the neighbor- I
hood Of 190 -pounds. Three of the back- j
flold men are veterans of three season.
King, Pllfcher and Goodrich and It Is.
doubtful whether any other eleven In
the state has a better or more resource
ful trio. Ida Grove Is fortunate In hav
ing god substitute, for nearly every po
sition In the line and In their game with
Says Women Are
Crazy About It
Using' gasoline to dry clean
everything and save $5
in an hour.
Dry cleaning at home Is all the rage
her., say. a well-known downtown drug
gist. Any woman can do five dollars'
worth of dry cleaning at home at very
little cost by dissolving two ounce, of
solvit. In two gallons of gasoline; then
Immerse the articles to be cleaned; rub
a little and In a few momenta the gaso
line evaporates and th. articles cleaned
look as bright and fresh as new.
Dry clean your own .Ilk waists, dresses,
ribbons, belts, kid gloves, satin shoes,
evening slippers, fine taces, net work,
woolens, dresses, children', coats, fur.,
veils, neckties, shawls, gentlemen's gar
ments, fancy vests. Wee curtains, ruga.
In fact, everything that would be ruined
by washing with soap and water. Noth
ing will fade, shrink or frtnkle, making
liry cleaning- at horn. Is Inexpensive
and effect, a tremendous aavlng in the
household and Is really Just as easy as
laundering: Any druggist will sell two
ounce, of solvit, which Is simply a gaso
line soap and your grocer or a garage
will supply th. gasoline. Then a wash
boiler or dtshpan complete, the outfit.
I'orreitlonv ille 1nt Saturday, with flv
ti'imlur on the side llnrs on account of
lew arndes, rnniiRh sinil ul eculd l-e
wnt In to defeat Oorrertlonvllle on
home f W Id by ..ve touchdown.
of Quarter Million
Goes to Relatives
IDA OROVK. la.. Oct. . Special
The will of the lute Wllllnm K. Johnston,
the noted lawyer of Ida Orove, was filed
In the courts here this we-k for prohato.
it directs that the property be left Intact
until after the death of the father, anl
that a home and malntennnm be jlven
the father during his life time, anil that
' the two younger brothers and sisters le
educated. The law library, one of the
most complete In Iowa, la bequeathed to
I Ms brother, A. O. Johnston. The will dl
j rects that after the doath ofMr. Johns
( ton sr., the property be divided equally
... rmlp lathers and al.lem Mr
Johnslon a fortune Is estimated to have
l,n 1" lb nelghborhoiHl of a quarter
of a million.
A "For Pale" ad wn turn second -han l
furniture Into cash.
fUDcp crntrPAl limPCC- m
I nntt htUtKAL JUDGES TO
HEAR RATE CASE WEDNESDAY
Judire Walter Hanhorn of St. Louis,
senior Judge In tho fnlted States court
of appeals there, will sit with J mine T.
C. Muncor and one other liiilae. not vet
named. In tho federal court of this dl-
vision to hear the arguments In tho Mis
souri Paciric railway rale case net Wed
nesday morning:. Tho chsp was brouttht
hire from the Lincoln division and has
to do with the -cent pasnenKer law.
men who fool Mil y
wear garment made for
snyhodv. Skillful dem'ilnintf and
exclusive fabrics make a man
look hit beit
Overcoats and Suits to
order, $25.00 to $50.00.
Perfect Pit Guaranteed.
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
815 South 15th Btroet.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Scales, weighs up to
25 lbs., special lO
with Ions; handle, good quality,
good size for your boy to
with chain. Door
can be opened only
G inches, liurglar
and peddler proof.
Improved with chuck that
holds drills from size 0 to 5-32,
with 12 blades
packed in a
with 2-inch cut
Stanley, 7 V4 Inches long, spe
cial price :J8
Adjustable and made of
alloy steel, well pollahed;
6-Inch, special 18
8-lnch, special. ... .ftHt
10-Inch, special. .. .ilHC
Nickel plated frame and 12
CLOTHES LINE REEL
With 35 ft. of Clothes Line for
use la the laundry, special
Regular 60c Urush on special
sale for 3-If
1515 HARNEY ST.
rr : -rrrr '
i sjBt-nJoyL l
is not a "special occasion" soap,
for special kinds of washing.
It's the soap with naptha in it
the soap that dissolves grease
and loosens dirt in the clothes
while they soak for 30 minutes.
It's the soap that cuts hard
rubbing out of washday, and
gets your clothes on the line
in half the usual time.
Not only for washing- clothes Just as wonderful for
nil household cleaning.
Thin Folks Who Would
SIMPLE DIRECTIONS EASY TO
Thin men and women that Mg, hearty,
filling dinner you ate last night. What
became of all the fat-producing nourish
ment it contained T You haven't gained
In weight one ounce. That food passed
from your body like unburned coal
through an open grate. The material was
there, but your food doesn't work and
stick, and the plain truth la you hardly
get enough nourishment from your meals
to pay for the coat of cooking. This Is
true of thin folks the world over. Your
nutritive organs, your functions of as
similation are sadly out of gear and need
If every way you've tried to put on
weight has failed try these simple direc
tions. Cut out everything but the meals
you are eating now and eat with every
on of those a single Bargol tablet. In
two weeks not. your weight. Bargol
ROUTES TO THE
Offered by the
(1) Sunset Route Through Houston or San
Antonio or El Paso, Tex.
Side trip over Apache Trail
by automobile to Roosevelt
Dam and Cliff Dwelling.
(2) Offden Route Through Ogdon and Salt
Lake City, Utah, across Great
Salt Lake-Going-to Sea by
Rail" Along American River
Canyon, through the old Gold
Fields. Short side trips to
(3) Shasta Route-Through Portland, Ore., and
famous Willammette and
Rogue River Valleys; past Mt
Shasta and Mt. Lassen (the
Go one of the routes, return another and ee the Great West.
Tickets can be purchased from agents of any railroad.
En route between the Expositions stop off to see the Big Treea
at Santa Cruz and the Old Missions at Santa Barbara.
Tbe Southern Pacific is the safest line records show It
- Let mo furnish you descriptive literature and help you plan
A. 0. LITTLE,
101 Ilryant Illdtf., Kaunas. City, Mo.
Yes lostbut while there is life
there is hope and while there's
hope there's The Omaha Bee.
Try Our "Lost and Found" Columns
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THE OMAHA BEE
Ewrybody Read 2? Want Ad
does not of Itself make fat, but mixing
with your food Us purpose Is to help the
digestive organs turn the fata, sugars
and starches of what you have eaten.
Into rich, ripe, fat-producing nourishment
for the tissues and blood prepare It In,
an easily assimilated form which tha
blood can readily accept. A great deal
of this nourishment now passe, from thin
people', bodies as waste. Bargol Is de
signed to stop the waste and make th
fat producing contents of the very rama
meals you are eating now dovelop pound,
and pounds of healthy flesh between
your skin and bones. Sargol Is non-Injurious,
pleasant, efficient and Inexpen
sive. Sherman McConnoll Drug Co., cor.
IRth and Dodge streets; Owl Drug Co..
oor. 16th and Harney streets; Harvard
Pharmacy, cor. 24th and Farnam streets;
Loyal Pharmacy, an? N. 16th street, and
other leading druggists are authorised to
sell It In large boxes forty tablets to a
package on a guarantee of weight In
crease or money back.-A.dvertlsement.
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