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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1901, fOnr Tea Room^^HiSSp^"^'^'" i ElfflAl fl 1 Rft A UIA 1 * ===== SPECIAL FOB SATOBDAY. — ]| [I ig I|| | fcj 1% ! ■■ |i S^P^f?Rr.S^^ 1; A Cup of Tea, or Coffee or Cocoa, with Rolls 15c |J| HJi MW M 1 LI 11 H SLA |"^^Su I SS,^^fVSa'SSNK pIX^' > fft"jr e P £-. ,iSfSS2?SiJSSVS IJSI jwuvwwv>^ >~ » jVWjmrLJXr^Jvww^J .^ WlJ^^^^^^^^^y^J jgj?jP t^BMfJ'BB;IB WBTfM'BKSI K^mr-^S|Sy--^BBBr: li wB ' "^SBy ' C Ilvedhere< By pursuin 2 these methods we have buiit up an enormous Mail Order Business. > C^4^ffM#l4l^ Every department in this store is doing its utmost to make special price attractions during the Easter season. Don't miss VaCft## MM€m Wm thls store lf y°u desire- the newest, brightest and best goods for the least money. Don't skip an item of this advertisement. :/?' .'""■■";"• : / " mW — Never greater inducements offered to trade here; and never has your self-interest been appealed to stronger than now TAILOR MADE SPRING SDITS, COATS, /v^l^aA S...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

M 6 Swift's Premium Hams Swift's Premium Hams, cooked in any manner, are always delicious. Like Swift's Premium Bacon and Silver Leaf Lard, there is no uncertainty about the quality, For your Easter breakfast try the Premium Bacon, like wise for dinner the Premium Ham. The following leading butchers and grocers will be pleased to serve you: C. F. Witt, 411 Nicollet aye. S. E. Olson & Co., "Big Store" market. H. T. Eames, 1530 Nicollet aye. J. J. Cramer, 1337 Nicollet aye. / Blair Bros., 26th and Nicollet aye. H. Brombach, 26th and Stevens aye. Millar Bros., Cor. Lake and Hennepin aye. J. Crawshaw & Son, 2945 Hennepin aye. C. S. Brackett, 28 sth st S. F. C. Brown, 1504 Hennepin aye. C. F. Reick. 1030 Hennepin aye. E. Olson, 1634 Washington stNE. A. Larson, 2226 Washington aye N. James Parsons, Lake and Minnehaha aye. Svang & Erickson, 1911 7th st S. F. Frick, 705 Cedar aye, O. T. Nestor, 703 Cedar aye. J. B. Layman, 1809 E Lake st. J. S. Davis, 3121 Nicollet aye. Wentwort...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

frKIDAY EVEa^nrq, MARCH 29, I9OIT YERXA Coffee Our Hotfman House never fails to please the most fastidious. It is strong, delicious flavor and economical. Price 30c lb. Robal, a great coffee for price 22c lb. Golden Klo and Santos; 15c lb. • ■>'• Blends for hotels, dubs and cafes a specialty; prices right. ■ « i Fine Teas. Mlnarda Tea, 60c lb. Alrine tea, 60c lb. Oolong, English. Breakfast, Ceylon, In dia. Hyson, all grades and prices. - V Good Japan Tea, from 35c lb up. — 1 ♦» Fresh Fruits aid Vegetables. Pie Plant, Radishes, Cucumbers, Green Peas, Cauliflower, Lettuce, Wax Beans. Spinach,. Asparagus, Mushrooms, Parsley, Strawbexries, xPineapples, Bananas, Cocoa nuts. " H. O. Breakfast Food, - per package 7c »hile ; the lot-Jasts. Quart Jars of Preserved Pears, 16c each. Half gallon Jars of Preserved Pears 250 eaok. . r ,** •■ - . - Ltmons CaHfornia: lOi flramvAe Sweet California |(t A , m UldngeS Naval,dozen, from.. lUC up Bananas SS£?..!^. IOc v * Delicious, ripe Pineapples, f...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

s HOME MAN WANTED Attitude of State Interests as to Greatsinger's Successor. C. P. COFFIN MAY BE THE MAN Probability That Authority Will Be Centered In the Kantern Of fices Hereafter. Special to The Journal. Two Harbors, Minn., March 29.—The resignation of J. L. Greatsinger, president of the Duluth & Iron Range railroad and the Minnesota Iron company, has set everybody to guessing what will happen next. It opens up a great deal of uncer tainty in these parts as to the future operations of the companies at this point. The formation of the great United States Steel company will have the effect ol obliterating most of the competition heretofore existing between the Rockefel ler and Federal Steel companies, which will mean that the two ore roads owned by these companies in Minnesota will work In better harmony and incidentally make more money. Some predict that sweeping changes in heads of departments will soon take place, and even that the shops, those of the Duluth & Iron Rang...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

JFKCDAY EVENING, MAKOH 29, 1901; BURN UP FACTORIES' Incendiary Destroys a Pottery Plant ;• at Akron, Ohio. DYNAMITE IS FOUND IN ANOTHER la Others Oil-Soaked "Waste I* Uia euvcred—Thought to Be a. Luniitie. * Akron. Ohio, March 29.—The plant of; the Diamond Pottery company was de- ! Btroyed by fire in the night. The fire is j believed to have originated in waste | soaked In oil and placed in various parts ( of the building. A well dressed man was seen around. the place before the fire] started, but no trace of him has since been i obtained. Earlier in the evening an attempt was j made to dynamite the pottery of the Rob- I inson-Merrill company. Sticks of the ex- j plosive were placed under several parts I of- the cmain building, but the watchman . discovered them. At other factories oil-soaked waste "was found. The police believe a lunatic is doing the work. MORGAN THE MEDIATOR CrRJEAT LABOR AVAR IS AVERTED Father Phillips Says Morgan Is the j Greatest Mau He Ever Met. Mmw York Sun S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

10 simple n ANNOUNCEMENT ™ New arrivals within the past twenty-four hours — A showing we have never before equaled— TAILOR-MADE GOWNS #15.00 to $100 COSTUMES #27.£0 to $200 TAFFETA DRESS SKIRTS #19.00 to $75.00 CLOTH DRESS SKIRTS $5.00 to #50.00 WALKING SKIRTS $7.50 to $20.00 ETON COATS $750 to $50.00 BOX COATS #5.00 to $35.00 TAFFETA COATS $20.00 to $75.00 SILK WAISTS $5.00 to $50.00 RAGLAN NEWMARKETS $15.00 to $35.00 CHILDREN'S COATS $2.85 to $35.00 GIRLS' DRESSES $5.00 to $35.00 FRED.D. YOUNG & CO.^a. 613 Nicollet Aye Arcade. W7 -J j!^-^ ./^ 1 £4. >> A beautiful new stock of Gor- VVrnniMy I TITT^N bam Silverware, Cut Glass and V T VUUIUO V^ll IJ Brlc-a-Brac suitable for Wedd ing Gtfts. Everything the best and all priced at most reasonable figures. CHAS. D. WHITE & CO., Jewelers, 407 Nic. SPECIAL EASTER SALE BIBLES, PRA YER and HYMNAL SETS See the NEW TESTAMENT (former price $1.00) OfT^* which we offer for A large assortment of Easter Oards and Booklets at 20, 30, So...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1901, ':s?s£. EASTER LINES. JOHN W. THOMAS & CO. Nicollet Ay. Fifth St. Kid Gloves. d^f^ New importation, all the leading makes, and all the latest Nov- rt\* fc^^y Fabric Gloves. Mill A very complete line Silk and Lisle, aV/K>£^j^\ latest shades, prices 50c to $1. £} \^^<%jy ; Lace Department Veilings— Beautiful line for Easter, from 20c to $2.50. Arabian and Batiste Galloons— All- overs to match, in black and . -■— ecru, 20* to $4.50. : ;.' Lace* —New importations—novel designs— a very large line. #N*w Shade*— Plain and drop stitched; \u New Pastel Shade*— Plain and drop stitched; per pair, 75c to 85c Lac* Effects—black and colors; 50c to $2. V^r\Ji Staple Qeods —Always a full line of the best jKfr"Tli* things in 25c, 35c and 50c qualities. Cambric Skirts Special reduced prices are now being made in our Muslin Un derwear Department, Stocks— Fancy silk, all colors, automobile styles, $1.00. Trimmings Reaalstance A beautiful line, black and white, ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

J2_ f\ 'Wo Clothing Fits Like Ours." 7 ONLY TEN DAYS TO EASTER .*.* Are you ready? Is your Easter Outfit com plete? Our New Spring%Clothing is here in beautiful assortment, direct from our own workrooms, and in point of variety of pattern, style, fit, and low prices, it is easily the most attractive showing we've ever made. It has, in fact, established a new standard of excellence in clothing, ready-to-wear New Spring Suits $ 1n $1? s t c $ If > ■ $?c New Tcp Coats IU > IJ > lb > l 6 Ziy New suit patterns in real Scotch cheviots and Tweeds, Fine Fancy Worsteds and Cassimeres. "Topcoats" in new shades of Covert Cloths. Medium-weight "Chesterfields" of Fine Cheviots and Vicunas in Black, and Cambridge Gray, silk lined throughout. OUR Boys' and Children's Dep't is filled to overflowing with new and attractive novelties in "Easter" clothing. Norfolk Suits in a great variety of desirable materials. Sailor Suits in many new and natty patterns. Russian Blouse Suits in beautiful...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1901. EASTER NOVELTIES KNOBLAUCH'S a3 SHOES v ' "I ALL CORBIN'S FAULT Friends or RnsKell Harrison Think Be Will Be Reinstated. Xfeto York Sun Special Scrilno - Washington, "\ March '29.—Friends of Xieutenant Colonel; Russell Harrison, who was dismissed 1 * from tb'e r volunteer army last November while serving as inspec tor general of Porto Rico, attribute the responsibility for his removal to Adju tant. General Corbin. It is not believed the president or Secretary * Root knew of the coLtemplated dismissal or ordered the action. - v . There are strong indications that Colo nel Harrison will be set right by the president. I£e method has not been de cided. It ha£ been suggested that Colonel Harrison be reinstated July 1, then being transferred to the regular army. PITY THE LITTLE LION*. ("incinuati Enquirer. A mother \vas showing her dear little Joe a picture of the martyrs thrown to tbe lions, and was talking very solemnly to him, trying to make him feel wha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

14 Itching Burning Scaly Blotchy Humors Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by (yticura The itching and burning I suffered In my feet and limbs for three years* Were terrible. At night they were worse and would keep me awake a greater part of the night. "1 nonsuited doctor after doctor, as I was travel ling on the road most of my timt, also one of our city doctors. None of the doctors knew what the trouble was. I got a lot of the different samples of the medicines I had been using. I found them of so many different kinds that I concluded I would have to go to a Cincinnati hospital before I would get relief. I had frequently been urged to try CUTICURA REMEDIES, but I had no faith in them. My wife finally prevailed upon me to try them. Presto! What a change! lam now cured, and it is a permanent cure. I feel like kicking some doctor or myself for suffering three years when I could havered CUTICUEA remedies. „„ H. JENKINS, Middleboro, Ky. Complete Treatmentlsl.2s, { Consists of Cuticu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAECH 29, 1901. THE REV. G. L IN THE ETERNAL CITY The Minneapolis Expounder Looks Over Rome and Decides That It I am in the Eternal City, have inhaled Forum dust, emelt Campagna decay, barked my shins on Colosseum ruins, choked my lungs with catacomb gas, strained my neck at Vatican pictures, crawled through Cloaca Maxima sewers untinl I wonder where I'm at. 1 was driven to the Hotel Minerva, the place for a wise man, located near the Pantheon, •where one who pants for immortality may be suited after dath. My room is 99, as signed me by the porter, who introduced me to a femme de chambre, whose looks, words and actions pointed out everything I might need or want for the next twenty four hours or days. Rome is worse than "Lo«t In New York" without a guide. One is confused with buildings, fountains, parke, churches, stores, soldiers, priests and police. I wanted a real guide, not a fool, parrot or comedian, and 1 found him In Professor Reynaud, a man of fine appearance...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

is THE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA INSURANCE COMPANY. Princi pal office, Philadelphia, Pa. (Organised In 1792.) Charle* Platt, President. Grenville E. i'ry«r, Secretary. Attorney to accept service . in Minnesota, Insurance Commissioner. Cash capital, ?5,000,000. INCOMJB IN 1800. Premhims other than perpetuals $5,975,267.22 Premiums on perpetual risks 15,144.94 Rents and interest '358,450.56 Profit on ledger assets over book valuer 183,608.58 From all other sources 2,608.02 Total income W. 537,079.32 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900. Amount paid for losses $3,891,695.87 Dividends and Interest 360,000.00! Commission*, brokerage, salaries and allowances to agents 1.168,518.32 1 Salaries of officers and employes 277,682.64 Taxes and fees 145,039.10 All otuer disbursements 834,271.18 Total disbursements $8,177,107.11 Excess o* Income over disburse ments 359,972.21 ASSETS DEC. 31, 1900. Value of real e.tate owned $555,090.70 Mortgage loans 1,712,184.05 Collateral loans 94,700.00 Bonds and sto...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAECH 29, 1901. "She Let Concealment Like a Worm i' the Bud Feed on Her Damask Cheek." How aptly »Shakespeare touches the dominant chord in a woman's nature. She suffers in silence ; draws a curtain over her private sorrows, and endures until endurance ceases to be a virtue. This is especially the case with the modest minded women who suffer from diseases peculiar to the sex. They are miserable and unhappy, and yet, although they know that they need'medical aid and assistance, they choose rather to bear the ills they know than to submit to the examination of some local phy- W./ >f^3^^""^ (C/V^/ v' L i* ■ sician. For this reason many a woman lets disease fasten upon her. She con ceals her condition and endures a daily martyrdom of pain because her mind revolts at the thought of submission to the treatment she knows the local prac titioner will insist upon. Very many women have written grate ful letters to' Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. V., because they have foun...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

18 CORN WAS THE LEADER IN TO-DAY'S MARKET Wheat Held in Close Range, While Corn Sold Above 40 1-2 C for Minneapolis May. FOREIGN WHEAT MARKETS DULL Primary Receipts Above Last Year— Satisfactory Business in Spot Wheat. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March Jft.—Wheat h*d another quiet opening and was -very dull. Statistically there was nothing to 'move it. Even the bull corn market had ao effect at first, and not until May corn passed 40c was there any sign of a response. Here the wheat market firmed up a trifle as the shorts began to fear a sympathetic run, and there was considerable nervousness shown. The foreign markets were again quiet. Liverpool opened M<i higher and closed unchanged to %d higher. Northwestern re ceipts held up well by comparison, showing S7S care against 43<> last year. Primary re ceipts ran ahead of last year. May opened »t 74%i@74Hc, sold at 74 li<g7454c, and eased off to 74a»c. Argentine shipments for the week were 1,368,000 bu, against 1,912,0...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1901, BUYS MICHIGAN MINE Steel Trout Pay* jjfci.OOO.OOO for the \rjißon lit Xorway. Special to The Journal. Xew York, March 2;».—The United States Steel corporation has purchased the Aragon iron mine at Norway, Mich., for. -12,000,000. I j AGENTS WANTED WANTED—AGENTS—LADIES AND QBN tlemen of good address; good money, steady ljosttion for richt parties. Call personally or write. North Americau Weekly, lsy W Ttli st, Sewi. Corners, St. Paul. Minn. iL_ ANNOUNCEMENTS. ST. JOHNS CHAPTER, NO. 9. rT^aTmT. special (convocation * Friday , even ;P. and M. K. ■ degrees;- i-etreshinents. C. E. v Own shire, secretary. 3_ AUCTION SALES AUCTION'—MONDAY NEXT. AI'KIL 1, AT i» a. in. sharp, the elegant and costly fur- Uishii.g appointments of a Sunnyslde resi dence. : consisting- ur nearly uew bedroom, parlor, dining-room and library furniture, fine brass and iron beds, haudsoine large vel vet and other rugs, draperies, oil paintings and"engravings, sewing machine, bric-a-br...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 March 1901

M Normannaheimen THE 17TH OF MAY No Plans Yet Made for a General Celebration. SKIING AFTER FAST HORSES Why the Negotiations for St. Thomas So Suddenly Came to an Kntl. "Syttende Mai" will soon be here and the Norwegians must decide very shortly whether they will have a grand union cele bration or let the various societies hold little festivals all over town. A joint celebration is the more dignified and more in keeping with the character of the day, but there does not appear to be any or ganization willing to take the lead. Any one of a dozen organizations in this city could easily take the initiative but already they are announcing their private fests. In Chicago a big celebration, to which all societies will contribute, is already un der way. This has been the practice in Chicago for a great many years and it has always proven a success. AFTER HORSES An Interesting Species of Ski Run ning Not Practical Here. Of all the winter Bports at Stockholm this year there was probably none t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. FIRST STEP TO LIBERTY Ministers Refuse to Enforce Czar's Mandate. IT IS UNPRECEDENTED Prince Kropotkin Explains the Up- rising in Russia. HE WOULD NOT KILL THE CZAR Nicholas 11., He Thinks, Is the Great est Foe to Autocracy In Russia To-day. New York, March 30.—Prince Peter A. Kropotkin, the famous Russian anarchist, is at the Gerard hotel. He said: The first effective blow has been dealt to autocracy in Russia. It has been struck within the past fortnight. The ministers of state have notified the czar that a law he promulgated could not be enforced. This Is the first time it has ever been done. It marks the first step in the progress which will eventually make of Russia a federal gov ernment such as is that of the United States. This law of the emperor's was the cause of the recent student uprisings in St. Peters burk. The trouble all arose out of an inci dent at the University of Kieff. A student had become unpleasantly involved in some sca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE AFTER STATE CASH A Peculiar "Combine" Seems to Be at Work. SEVERAL APPROPRIATION BILLS Counties That Want tbe State to Pay lor Their Murder -' Trial*. The indications are that certain mem bers of the senate have "combined" to help the counties they ■ represent to: funds from the state treasury. ■ The- demand is made that the state shall bear the expense of certain murder trials In the counties in question. Itasca ounty took the lead in the move, and this morning Swift county's claim for $1,600 to cover expenses in trying Floyd Lundeen and Martin county's claim for convicting the Kelllhan boys of the murder at Sher burne, were recommended for passage. Senator Wilson objected to the Swift county claim on the ground that If Swift and Itasca counties were entitled to be re imbursed for the cost of murder trials, even though the principals were non-resi dents, the money should be appropriated on the strength of some general law which •bould apply to all counties a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

BATUKDAY EVENING, MAKCH 30, 1901. - I You Can Bank jjfy^y^ on a good smoke for 5 cents \ if you hold fast to \ EL MERITO 5 Cent Cigar I \ , B Brings Havana Home to You. I \ j Qive ; your dealer, the cue to keep a supply, ( V^s?——^rT ) • r ; [I , : ; BOLTZ, CLYMER& CO., Philadelphia. ■ ■'.;'.":7V/ I II COX A HARRIS, Distributors, Minneapolis. \ Y^^^^Z H Music Josef Hofmann, the newest delight of the musical world, will appear at the Metro politan opera-house Monday afternoon at 2:15. The announcement is brief from the man agerial standpoint, but, inasmuch «s all who are in touch with matters musical are well informed as to the young virtuoso's phe nomenal achievements, po -systematic pre liminary "working up" should be necessary to awaken general interesting in his forth coming visit. Indeed his present brief tour in America, was almost wholly unannounced. Apparently Herr JoseX "took the notion" to cross the ocean and revlnit those scenes of his boyish triumphs that must ever lin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

s CURED BY HYOMEL COUBHS, CATARRH, CONSUMPTION No Testimonials Published in this Columns which cannot be Verified by Reputable Physicians. None Allowed Uilcss Patient His Been cured Oie Vetr. Owing to the fact that testimonials can now be purchased from testimonial col lectors in every large city, and that these collectors are doing a profitable business In furnishing manufacturers with such testimonials, The R. T. Booth Co. has decided not to publish anything in the way of testimony unless local physicians could vouch for the parties being in seri ous condition in the first place and show- That they had been cured of the disease for at least one year. OPINION OF A PHYSICIAN. Buffalo, N. T. In thirty years' experience in the practice of medicine, I have never given my name m support of an advertised remedy until I met with HYOMEI, which I indorse with all my hear^ for I believe it a duty I owe to humanity. In using HYOMEI In Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, Hay Fever, I have...

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