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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 September 1919

Hie Richmcad DaOy RyisrHiaczd, fe&ca Ccssty,' Tuesday Afternoon, September .9,' 1919 :4 ) y new arriving v The beginning of September finds the new fashions at McKee's charming exponents of lovely materials-, colors and graceful lines. New Suits, Dresses) and Wraps bring addi tional zest to the early Fall days and women, will find the new fashions delightfully allur ing and becoming. Much thought and care is -being given to new styles and those at McKee's are distinctive and exclusive selec tions v ' N- . ' . v- ' McKEE'S . "The Ladies Store SOCIAL and PERSONAL D. A. It. Mec(s . The Boonesborough Chapter , of the D. A. R. had. a most enjoyable meeting with Mrs. SamueL Marcus l'helps at her attractive home, "IColling. View" Monday afternoon. A very interesting program was given. Mrs. A. It. liurnam had for her sub ject, "The Prose of the War," Mrs Charles Keith, a splendid article from the outlook on the "Kaiser", Mrs ANatural Tonic and J Becon$tructiv$ Such has been the un dispu...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Register . Richmond,' Madison County Tuesday Afternoon; September 9. 1919 i i i l - - "'" . I an . s m ' ' i,h;ii , ; -, Richmond Daily Register . M. BAUFLH.. Editor mm4 gasl Sintered at trie Doatofflo In Rlcha-ond as second class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1176. : Stomach is Quick to Upset When School Children Are Idle. VACATION days are days of over-eating and under-exercising for most boys and girls. They loll around nibbling at light food, unconcerned whether the fruit is green or ripe. The result is cramp, skin eruptions, pimples, "summer colds," constipation and diarrhea. The basis of such trouble it an upset stomach, and nothing will give safer and quicker relief than the Well-. knows Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is just a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, a formula evolved some 30 years ago by Dr. Caldwell himself. Syrup Pepsin is now used by . millions of people and ' is today the largest-selling liquid laxative in the world. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 September 1919

I . i -' ' C'i?i-;o i i-a I Established 1 865 53d Year-No. 240 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon September 10,11 19 ,-i.-.f r, us e Copy 5 Cents 6 BOSTON POLICE FORCE Otl STRIKE City A?-Mercy pf Crimkud Ele . meat and Governor Order Out State Guard Troop (By Associated Press) Boston, Sept. 10 Bulletin Lawlessness is rampant here to day since the police force struck yesterday evening. There has been no organized power to cope with the situation that last night approached anarchy and ; today appeared to grow more serious. Last night the city was virtually abandoned to the hoodlum ele ment. Three hundred stores were looted and merchandise valued at $200,000 removed. -. Governor Coolidge this after . snoon called out the Fourth bri v(ade of State Guards and ami chine'gun company to report to ; Mayor Peters forthwith. Threats that the street car, telephone and lighting systems will be tied up if necessary to force a settlement for the police, have been made and tlje...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 September 1919

the Richmond Daily Register iRkhmond, McHsoa County Wednesday Afternoon, September 10, 1919 Auction le 86 Aero Farm aft a WE WILL SELL AT PUBUC AUCTION : - TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1919 'Beginning at 10 O'clock A. M. Our farm of 86 acres located three-quarters of a mile southeast of Union City, and four miles north of Mol erly, on the College Hill road. This farm iswithin three quarters of a mile of a graded school and two" live ; churches. On it is a house and all necessary outbuild ings. . . . Possession will be given January 1 , 1 920. It will be sold subject to survey. Terms made known, on day of sale. After the farm sale we will sell some live stock and some household goods. MOORE BROS. Uncle John Shearer, Auctioneer. Messrs. Joe Oldham and on, Cecil, C. H. Park and D. S. Harber motored to Louisville Tuesday to at tend the fair. Judge Hugh Riddell and Hunt er Shumate have formed a law partnership at Irvine. BLUE CIOC Mr. and Mrs. CHai. Carter are. rejoicing over the arrival of a litt...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 September 1919

l I 0 CIG Gifts CATTLE FEEGZnSCPrOSECiLL , ... .(.,...", 7 To Take ReMgerator Cars Away : From Packers and Put Got- eminent Official In Charge Washington, Sept 9. The South apparenty is at the thresh-old of the greatest, era of prosperity in its his tory. Development of the livestock industry; in which the, big packing companies of America are pointing the way, rapidly is leading to a vast increase in the wealth of the country below , the Mason-Dixon line and in dications are that within the next few years the Southern states, instead of existing on "starvation" cotton will be reaping fat and continuous profits from the' sale of live stock and meat products. ;. . , - , These facts have been developed at the hearings by the Senate Agriculi tural Committee on the I Kenyon, Kendrick and other .bills to regulate and license the meat packing industry of the United States. Witnesses from all parts of the South have -appeared before the committee and entered vigorous protests against the p...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 September 1919

is the first county in -this section to try it. . Madison has had tarvia on two miles of each, pike out Richmond for a few months. Some of.s(;he farmers think it makes the road too ; slick on horses.. This may be so on the hillsides but so far as the level tracts it has made a mighty fine roadway. ' The only really good road from here to Lexington is the tarvia section in Madison and the asphalt in Fayette. The remainder of the road is simply awful nothing else will describe it. V ' ' " " 1 ""J ' M' 1 ' ';" 1 JAS. H. PEARSON AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE I will sell your farm privately or at auction, and will conduct your sale on a commission or for a fee. I am agent for the best Insurance Companies and can write you policies to pro tect your farm buildings or house and town property. Office in Oldham Building Richmond, Kentucky Telephone 820 County lira Pemin&oi. Vfl GmndFfizelMlll Firearms oAtnmumtton g Write for Catalogue THE REMINGTON AKMSUMCCO-tNC. JET E DR. HARRY M...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 September 1919

Ji-a Millinery a. gV'-flfi'-H Mi 1 " J 4 "". f Commencing FRIDAY and SATURDAY, September 1 2 and 1 3. We invite the public to our store t Presenting a Splendid Array of the Season's Smartest ' ; Fashions Many types are shown in bewitching , new styles Soft hats that turn away from tbie face large hats of Panne and LyonT velvet, . combinations of velvet cre- V, ations certain to captr vate anyone whb sees them Embroidery, too, bright . colors forms an import ant part in the new autumn trimmings. -Wonderfully Attractive Fall Hat- SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertained at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prewitt enter tained at dinner Sunday the following puests: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watiyn, Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Trewitt, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Prewitt and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Prewitt and. son, Mr. and Mrs. Thompsie Broaddus and children, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Huffman, Misses Bess Lonpr, Columbia Tussey, Estelle prewitt, Anna Mae Prewitt, Etta Smith, and Miss San ders, and Messrs. Willie Prewitt, C...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 September 1919

- Ins Djffy Rcystert Richmond. Madison Coly vecbescLy . IVeSellthe Earth . Mil H (11 (t?) We Sell the Earth . - ... III Now in position to locate you at DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, the garden spot of the world. Where Land, Stock, Crops, Health and Knowledge is the magnetic point of the universe. Where Bluegrass grows the tallest. Soil the deepest. People live the longest Stock the finest. Schools the grandest And on Tuesday, September 16 and 10 O'CLOCK TWO DAYS- slay, September! 7 we offer you absolutely at your own price the most desirable SUBURBAN PROPERTY ever offered adjoining this thriving little CITY with a national reputation. 350 Acres m Bral ding Lots. Track Garfees, Till ii - Tr TP" 5maM ir amis, Larger ir ainnniainiy snze yon want Improved apd Uiniiinnipiroved. DANVILLE is the "growin'est" town in Kentucky. Not only Boyle county but surrounding counties are tributary to Danville. The Home of Center College and Kentucky College for Women, Graded and High Schools. The very best rai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 September 1919

ItePJcharcMlDtt 10, 1919 i.-i ii V; - 111 VI 9 Recoaaeii - Ljdia E. PinUkan'i Vegetable Compound as a. Reliable Remedy for Woman's Ills. Spokane. Waah. " I want to recom mend Lydia E. Piakham'i Vegetable Compound for women's ailments as it helped mo so much during middle are." Mrs. Maktha Connor, 1027 Mansfield Avenue. .-. t Abilene, Texas." For almost a year I was unfit to do my work as I suffered so from female ills. Lydia E. Pinkbam's VegetableCompound restored my health after physicians bad failed." Mrs. E. E. Owens. Rockville, Conn." I suffered so long from female ills I was blue and melan choly. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored my health after everything else had failed." Maby Wmz, 3 Chamberlain St ! Oakland, Cal. " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound gave me such relief during Change of Life, I wish very woman could know about it I rarefy praise this great remedy for women's ills." Mrs. Maby S. Ashley, 8709 Dover Street. ' The reason Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- le...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 September 1919

I . I VI?.- i V J r - Hie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, : .Wednesday Afternoon, September 1 0; 1919 t RICHMOND FEEDERS SECOND Of J CATTLE A COLLINS & HARLAN are coming! America's favorite entertainers will appear in person at an invitation concert, at the Opera House . THURSDAY EVENING ; September 18th They will be assisted by "The Phonograph with a Soul." This" appearance of the famous songsters in Richmond is the event of the ceason for lovers of good music. FREE TICKETS Call, write or telephone us for free tickets of admittance. They will be issued in order of application. MUNCY BROTHERS . The Matthews Lighting System The Electric Light and Power plant with a reputation. They are giving satisfaction to a large number of users in this county. Place your order now and have a plant installed before the long, dark winter nights are here. For a limited time only, we can sell you the Syston for $425 f. o. b. Factory We have one of these plants installed in our o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 September 1919

UDMILff MEGISTEE, Established 1 865 53d Year No. 24 1 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, September H , 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents OF WHAT WE WOtl From Germany If Treaty And League Are Not Ratified '' Says Minority Report (By Associated Preu) Washington. Sent. 10 Rejec tion of the peace treaty with the League of Nations covenant or adoption of amendments would mean sacrifices by the United States of all the concessions ob tained from Germany under the dictated peace, the minority members of .the Foreign Rela tions committee declared m a report presented to the Senate today. The report prepared by Senator Hitchcock, urges speedy ratification of the treaty, without amendments or reservations and mentions 12 economic and in dustrial advantages and agree ments which will be lost by fail ure to ratify it. Senator Shields, of Tennesse, did not sign, he favoring Lodge's reservations. Senators Swanson, Pomerene, Smith, of Arizona, and Pittman, with Hitchcock signed the rep...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 September 1919

I o- The Daily Register, ; Richmond. Madison County Thursday Afternoon September 11 , 1 9 1 9 ffiT v ,:, , . . , . ;;. . -7- I rr n nnnnnn n nn nnrpnnnc3 ' 1 I' i I II I - I I L I . '- - I II 'I u JI I J k it " , I - .. I I III. m m ii ii i n i i n i i ii .. .. r i h i J I - -. --. m m m m . r ..mm .am llll I II I I w i I III I I I I 1111:11111 I III I 111 I I II I I I I I I 11 I I II I I I a i i ii ' ' amp . . ' I I I M I I I U -S V-J U LJ LJ VJL U U ;LJ U U UU U UU We Sell the Earth M'TT Mf MM ((Mf? HelSell the Earth : : Nov in position to locate you at DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, the garden spot of the world. Where Land, Stock, Crops, Health and Knowledge is the magnetic point of the universe. Where Bluegrass grows the tallest. Soil the deepest. People live the longest. Stock the finest. Schools the grandest. And on Tuesday. September 1 6 and Wednesday, September 1 7 -10 O'CLOCK TWO DAYS- we offer you absolutely at your own price the most desirable SUBURBAN PROPERTY ever offered adjoinin...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Registerftichmond, Madison County, Thursday Aiternoon September 1 1,1919 0; I I I o 0 i Ccrcacn-Soncofcr : CornjtiVQpta-ir The Great Painlea (&rnliwnr? Simple UA.E C Vever Fails. . If you hre ever tried to-t rid of a cora by bundling- lift your too with bandages, ' or by ulng aalT that mad your toe red atld almoat "C.uJt" TU. Out Ike "Ouch" and Ik i - Mrs,! John buckles-and slater,. Miss Ida, Tudor, are visiting their aunt, Mrs- Harrison Gullett. raw, or tried to drag your corn out with a knlffl, there will be a aur prlse waiting for you when you ue 'Hete-It." Inmslno pooling your corn oft gloriouuly, easily and painlessly lust like peeling off-n. bnnana ekln. Well, that Is what happdns when you use "Octs-lt." There 13 notb'ng else that will rIvo you th!j i ..'.ne result. Millions of folks lav hnd the same blossod experience Why putter and suffer, limp, and spoil a trood time for yourself atnl your friends, or your peace of mind while trying to aiiena 10 Busin...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 September 1919

The Daily Register,' . Richmond. Madison County Thursday Afternoon September 11,1919 ' si v JAS. H. PEARSON ' AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE , -N------B I win sell your farm privately or at auction, and will conduct your sale on a commission or for a fee. I am agent for the best Insurance Companies and can write you policies to pro tect your farm buildings or bouse and town property. Office in Oldham Building Richmond, Kentucky Telephone 820 WHEN IN LEXINGTON TRT OCR LUNCHEONETTE. We specialise la Home-made , Candles. Individual Cakes and lees. Oar Caterlas De partment to la eaasaetea hnnd aad we s;uamatee sat laf aetlanv McGURK and O'BRIAN LEXINGTON. KY CLASSIFIED ADS. (Advertisements under tnls heading le a word, each insertion, cash with order and minimum charge of 25c per day; FOR SALE Ford touring: car; in ex cellent shape. Inquire Dixie Inn 239-lt LOST Lady's cloth bag, containing S8; will give liberal reward to the person who found it. Miss Jaly Stone, Box 422, Richmon...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 September 1919

llic Richmond DiffiRcsidci September 1 1, 1919 i .rail ,-v.v Mi A T Commencing FRIDAY and SATURDAY, September 1 2 and 1 3. . We invite the public to our store Presenting a Splendid Array of the Season's Smartest Fashions Many types are shown in bewitching new styles '- Soft hats that turn away from, the face large hats of Panne and Lvon's velvet, J combinations of velvet cre- auons certain 10 tapii vate anyone who sees them Embroidery, too, bright colors forms an import ant part m the new autumn trimmings. Wonderfully Attractive Fall Hats- GREEN Millinery Company announce their Fall Opening of Pattern and Tailored t Hats Friday and Saturday September 12 and 13 x You're invited to inspect our Autumn exhibition Near Opera House Block H. de B. FORBES SURVEYOR I Southern Optical Co. Incorporated Manufacturers of Perfect-Fitting SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Kryptoks Artificial Eyes Invisible Bifocal Lens 4th A Chestnut Sta, LOUISVILLE, KY. Our Weights Will Stand The Test ' When we sell you...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 September 1919

- The Richmond Daily RegisteiRichmond, Macfisoti (xtyrMirsday After 1 , J 9 1 9 ... w... l iff I' r : : . i 1 ).. M S WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION - TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1919 Beginning at 10 O'clock A. M. Our farm of 86 acres located, three quarters of a mile southeast of Union City, and four miles north of Mob erly, on the College Hill road. This farm is within three quarters of a mile of a graded school and two live churches. On it is a house and all necessary outbuild ings. Possession will be given January 1 , 1 920. It will be sold subject to survey. Terms made known on day of sale. After the farm sale we will sell some live stock and some household goods. MOORE BROS. Uncle John Shearer, Auctioneer. George Perkins, who was struck on the head with an axe by William Rasner is dead, and his assailant is in jail at Williamsburg. Democratic leaders are planning to open the campaign for State of fices in Hopkinsville Saturday, Septiness September 5.' 20, WHAT JUDGE-SLACK WILL V '; "DO...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 September 1919

The Richmond Dafly Reter - t Ridlmond, Madison County Thursday Afternoon September 1 1, 1919 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby 'Chain' 'Ujco 'Plain0 ... ' i 1 See the big Nobs The 'Nobby' is a big rough husky fellow. The tire they are all talking about. A great road gripper a sure enough non-skidder and non slipper. Makes easier riding and easier driving. More safety, more com fort more mileage. ! 'Nobby' is a United States Tire, whicn means none better. Just right for our roads. United States Tires are Good Tires W Knmv United States Tires are Good Tires That's Whv WeSeUThemJ J. & C. P. Wagers, Kirksville.A. m. Grinstead, Waco W. E. Luxon, Richmond Tom Logsdon has broken dirt for his new ? residence near , the school hooso tailding., ; "'i;. ; ; '' Miss Minerva Spurlock,'-of Lexing ton, is with Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Bur-' gess. . . - Our school opended Monday with 20 pupils enrolled.' The faculty is composed of the following teachers; Prof.'. Chester A. Long, Principal; Misses Mary Ballard, Emm...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 September 1919

Hie Richmond Daily Regbterffahmond, Madison County, 'Thursday Afternoon September 1 1 ; 1 9 1 9 ' C COLLINS & TAYLOR MAKE FINE SHOW i V. 6S HTBS&mS QmWGtMuV 771 r nisi w r rr fT -car. WINDSTORMS' CYCLONES AND TORNADOES The season for these destrucsn uodn mou st sjusSb 3aij Chimneys, roofs and entire buildings can easily be destroyed in a few minutes. The cost of my windstorm policy is so very reasonable you cannot afford to go. uninsured. Better protect yourself at once by taking out a policy in one of my large com panies. Let me make you feel safe and probably save you a big loss. J. W, CROOK Aget for a dozen of the largest insurance companies in the world. Office at Citizens National Bank Day 50 -Phones Night 876 IKIoglhiesti Fro ' FOR . That's what we do every week. And when you bring your cream to this creamery you get honest weight and every cent that is due . you. Try us with your next shipment. Merchants Creamery (Successors to Nerples Creamery) MRS J. C. BR0NST0N, OP...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 September 1919

Establishied 1 865 53d YearNo. 242 V " ; Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday AfternoonSeptember 12, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents. MADISON URGED TO ; i HAVE GENEROUS PART Committee Organize ' To Hare ThU Commmiity Represented In Memorial To Heroes 1 The nucleus of an 'organization in Madison county to secure a good sum here toward the Me morial Building at , State Uni versity in honor of the boys who their lives as a supreme sacrifice in the war, wai effected here in Richmond Thursday Members of the organization committee were Messrs. J. How ard Payne, D. H.. Starns. Wren J. Gr instead, and Reuben Pearl man. All who are interested in making this splendid testimonial to the heroes of the war a suc cess will meet Monday, at which time formal organiaztion will be effected. Mr. Pearlman, who has charge of the publicity work, in talking .with the Daily Keg rister, told of the movement, its aims and purposes as follows: In the European War, ,2,726 Kentuckians, both men and wo men, gave ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 September 1919

:.vv".vi:::"&r;:y;;v::'. 1. '. ; i : V I tl r Ll i it 'i..' olll".-1':.'- .:'"v'...; .'. w t. j 'fcr:-: i. . .'v'-.. " : -i-- a WW Lazy Life Daring Hot Month , Cerates Lazy Liver AT do other time is the girt m constant a companion of her . mother m when the is emerging into womanhood." There are so many questions to ask; so much she needs to know. 'Aad school it over. ' Hen it mw . a cmbiMkM m a lazy, inactive, carefree We. No woader jhe it pot always at fcreljr ami at well m the should be at W . age. Let the Mother iaqoae if tke beweb ate functioning properly, for thm let die baa of good and poor beakk -fc will MMiaBj be haoi tbat a let aim it needed aad mm will, give lafer aad quicker relief ihaa Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepcn which it ju a cerafcuhea at ample Uxatpre betb with prpiii. Takeatoakkt, it aat freer aad plrawarry h the atoning. , The bead b agaia clear, die body tight. There i icaewed iatcteit in life. ' A dote of Sytup Pepm now and then ia alawet a aettuky for everyon...

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