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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 July 1903

THE OLD RELIABLE POWDER Absolutely Pure Th ERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Blf meil NEWS OF TODAY ector will call You will great ess by having due, when he u!c S ] 'rater is in Spokane, «-c y h Chastain of Milton is a j.,,,, Caldwell of I 'am pa is regi's .. at the State today. y, . j W Brooks is in Colfax f or afi w la: - 0 legal business. s, c y. Fa ane and wife of M 0- -5...... are registered at the State today. g fj a prominent Pom- Wa.'.a Walla today. rdc w< a well known Waits man - town today on busi- IV G X and John Utter, two I »•< scoti ( itizens, are in li and Elmer E. Carrie, two .:..:. th M itonites, are in the is a N z Perce, and spend ihe Foun h of July there, ds rel truing to Walla Walla. Edward Payne and wife will leave tomori v. r Vaquina bay where they ta i,i mting for several weeks. VVn . Rasmus lias returned " ai II remain about 11 He will give a sketch • v - ry • •.. ning at Si:,. ids' Park. I T: ' ;•: ?ram at Shields' Park will rely _cl ange I Monday. Last r a• athe...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 July 1903

NEW YORK GOSSIP Celebration of the Morions Fourth. fBOIIBLES OF DAVID I. BILL the Republican County Committee of New York City Needs Re organization. New York. July 2—A reminder that the glorious Fourth is growing near is furnished by the incessant v dosion of firecrackers that one bears throughout the city. Unuike other cities, prospective celehrators begin their fun three and four weeks in advance in New York, and though the demonstrations are not iarge. they are of sufficient consequence to endanger life and property some times. Already several fires have been started from firecrackers ex ploded by small boys and it is not unlikely that in the near future all celebrations will be restricted to the ►ne day—the Glorious Fourth. Yli. first city ticket in the field this year will be that of the Social dem reracy. which is to hold its conven tion on .Inly I. This organization is usually the first to hold its conven tion. This year, with the other fac tions, it will have a new opponent...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 July 1903

' Don't Hesitate f 1' 1 | NIEL (Continued.) Iked, I know, Pole," y don't mean it. They to take my fun. But etin'. It will do you v 1 will," promised Pole. v to the steps, and, put • >wn, be bent toward mil hard matter lo know • - : jlit an' what's wrong i nf mi tl ..- ■ said. "Now, looky riirustiug bis hand down into - . r .users, be drew out rock, with a lump of lit the size , ,f a pea half That thar's puore „• . it 1 away: A feller that bower in my still v 1 swore off an' a to work in them • w as back on a a.'- this chunk an' Now, 1 know in ed it while he was il I d n't think I'd have a ; i i he mmm' compa • I'm .; -i obleeged to receive Il ain't wuth moiy'n a an' I'll hang on to r ;i hive a laborin' a job. I'm tryin' i.p lo the line now, • •'• »w h »w to manage seeli s that. I've come to the con fil ii mi will be done no es ain't too well paid f M jesl keep it an' don't Kit i in of it I won't be in it I'd never got bold o' the law, Brother Baker," said A bout the law we'd il 1...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 July 1903

|JM: e£SF FOUNTAIN PEN ! EVER USED |g g~ J5 Were the words of a gentleman to :::: whom we had sold a WATERMAN I-:- MODERN a few days before. :: :: You will say the same if you try |~5 one of them, - G. S. Johnson Stationery Co. Die Brucke Building. :::: 1 SHIELDS PARK [? g Cor Main and Palouse Streets. 13 U Kami. & leta**, top. J. H. F. Kversz, Official .Id.ertiser. j| HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 1 I STRICTLY REFINED AND MORAL. g Every Evening at 8:15. K| pj Admission l."5o. Reserved lOc Extra. §| NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMJENTS^^ 'F»rof. T\ XV. Bwing I Graduate of the Weltmer School of healing and the Chicago .School of .Suggestive Therepeutics. Our mission is to overcome all forms of disease to correct mistakes of youth I and old age—to make strong, weak s I MEN ! 1 All diseases peculiar to weak, nervous, £ delicate and emaciated p I Women WILL HAVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. :£ in a tew days this advertisement will mention some ailments. ? LOCK AT THIS SPACE f FROM DAY TO DAY. if K...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 July 1903

VOLUME 30. nent figures in the crisis which has come in the political , , co. The election takes place this month and aged Presi tead ef retiring, will make a strong fight for re-election. Oth the office are Senors Limantour. Menoz and Mariscal. popular with the Mcxi ans ami her entertainments in the •., are world-famed. RUSSIA'S ATTITUDE Toward the Petition iif American Jews. STATEMEM bY FOREIGN OFFICE A Gentle Hint to President Roosevelt Not to Invite a Slight From the Czar. s- Peter? irg, July 3. —The foreign •' a ■ the following state -2 President Roosevelt's to forward a petition Jews. The czar whether or not the \ ,-cd, but Alexand -1 « I never have received petit n. The petition from the Giii meeting called by the :: ij London in ISfM was re he foreign office as nt, The foreign of tlu Americans won't invite rhe Americans would ti-lj ticking petition from '!' i foreign 'office has no resi in the question ex that international rela n .arm. d since the mat mother i erial departm...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 July 1903

THE DWELLEY-HERRICK MUSIC CO. sell the best known makes of pianos,in cluding the Established BEHNING and the popular "SWEETLAND." The only piano manufac tured by a woman. Our pianos are shipped to us direct from the factory, which enables us to quote low prices. Graphophones and Victor Talking Machines in stock. R KM EMBER TIIE PLACE: DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. HAST MAIN STRKET. Jl TELEPHONE : : RED Wj. FOUR DOORS ABOVE MAIN ST. BRtDGE GARDNER—KELLY. Bellows Falls. Vt.. .July 3.—An in teresting program has been arranged by the Fall Mountain Athletic (dub for its boxing show tonight. The star < vent will be a ten-round go at catch weights between Jimmy Gardner and Jimmy Kelly, two clever light weights who have attained consider able prominence in the pugilistic game during the last year. Do you want a Mcycle? See page 2. Statesman. Do you want a bicycle free? Do You Want an Education? The Statesman offers to ambitious young people whose friends will take the greatest personal inter...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 July 1903

Bought, and which has been [ISC for over .50 years, has home the signature of ,r<T7 7, ! ms Unmade under his per ! *°« supervision its infancy. /,J<U4CA4K Allownoonetodeceivevouinthis. unterfeits, Imitations and ** Just-as-good"are hut intents that trine with and endanger the health of and Children—Experience against Experiment. ,'hat Is CASTORIA , i, ;i harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare rops and Soothmg Syrups. It is Pleasant. It neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic su l,jstaiice. Us age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays lYverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind lie. U relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the omacli sind Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Xhe <h,.r en's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. CENU!?iE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the SigMtiir^^^^ The KM You toe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. the crrjTAun company, tt mufihay street, new york city. William Jones — %t GRAIN X...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 July 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by raail )--- fl In advance 50 Six months fiE . One month by carrier One week by carrier 18 Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ..Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure Insertion in the Issue of even date. WEATHER. Fair tonight and Saturday; warmer Saturday. Every gambler who casts a vote on election day will support Mayor Hunt In return for the immunity from ar rest that has been granted them dur ing the last year. A vote for Hunt for mayor and Kees for chief of i>olioe is a vote to indorse the position taken by Ross Burford ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 July 1903

if LOGHL NEWS Of TODAY I nson ol Connell is in Wal f . i Johnson of Dayton is a i t Kp State today. [ a well k aown Eureka I in town today. a lug Eureka the cily today on and S. W. Shaw, two n business men, are a ■ a prominent lumber ; ness man of Waits • city yesterday after f accomponi'ed by Mrs. [ yesterday from a Walla Walla Livestock in the Washtucna hieh Mr. Turner is a i ►ncert by the Walla band at the court : night was enjoyed nee and much ap each selection. The the morning for Dixie lebration at Lamb's nd street ball park to- X the La Salle and m Fort Walla Walla g ime commencing at 3 atesi promises a good ba I. The soldiers won game by the close score - or any sort of convey town purposes toraor itt» r impossibility, local : .ning every thing in OPKiN UNTIL !M) CLOCK THISEVENING CLOSF.D ALL DAY THE 4 TH. New Furniture Arrivals. We have just received a new stock of Morris chairs, those able adjustable kind, so much enjoyed by everyone. A vies and prices. They come from $7 t...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 July 1903

WHAT THE ARGUS SAID TWO SHORT YEARS AGO It Then Denounced Saloon Men as Anarchists and Crim= inais and Said It Would Never Forsake Its Principles. How much faith can be placed by honest people in the utterances of the argus can judged by a perusal of the following extracts from the edi torial columns of that paper, publish ed jn the year 1901, when the editor fresh from bis labors as a populist prohibitionist in South Dakota, was fuil of fiery zeal in the cause of re form H«- declared then that no con sideration of money or patronage could • ver induce him to forsake his principles, no, never. But a few months later he began-to sing a dif ferent nine. Having failed in hi's at tempt to organize a citizens - mover ment with himself as teader, to be known as the Lincoln-Roosevelt-Mc- Bride-Showerman Reform Party, he suddenly soured on all his former as sociates and sympathizers in the re form movement and went over bag and baggage r> 'he enemy. From be inw a vailian champion of law ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 July 1903

Saw Edges J^-^ ' dlars t 1 » re f ° r them OH thefr ods give you careful work which j ln the 5 ea «ty of our Dooms. with wh i ' immaculate color form Ibe BCDd y ° Ur linen ijy WALLA WALLA STEAM LAUNDRY BNER 4NIEL (Continued.) I'TER X. _ -|r MORES store was I\i it half a mile from Blsh- Sggg - bouse, at the crossing of './.JlI Darley road and another ■ Tennessee. Alan had i there one day to engage to work in his growing cot ies being scarce owing to the I race to flock into the - v ;l,e aid of Pole Baker, lerking that day for Fil soon employed the men he started to walk back home, was overtaken by his returning from Darley ir!" the old man called re -t goin' home, I'll rest as lie climbed up into t! ;it bj tin- old man. certainly appreciate it," he gaid tired out today." • you looked tlab retumed Abner as he • er the backs of bis W i 11, I reckon I could . • you a ride. I hauled use Dole three miles goin' t'other II bad tbe cheek to yell at me - -hum's ginhouse an' axed 'im. Then be ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 July 1903

l ,■yr R : * | % FIREWORKS I G. S Johnson Stationery C o. Eg Die Brucke Building. 1 SHIELDS PARK | g| Cor Main and Palouse Streets. g 3 & XHson. Props.' J. H. F. K.em, Oifirial jJiertiser. g 1 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 1 gj STRICTLY REFINED AND MORAL. 3 Every Evening at 8:15. §N d| Admission 1 ."><». Reserved 100 Extra, mLmh mm mm 'IRISP 01 V" WW* 1 V V 9? V vl WHITMAN TRUSTEES. fday Elected Six New Members ro College nculty—Baker Prop erty to College Campus. \t a m< eting of the trustees of Whitman college yesterday afternoon ilk H. Reynolds and W. H. Cowles of Spokane, whose terms had expired v . reelected, the purchase of the \j , | > s Baker place for additional . mpm grounds was announced and sii members of tiie faculty tor the x>mtng school year were elected. The meeting yesterday was attended by dent Penrose. Dr. Blalock, Sena . - \nkeny, A. 11. Reynolds. L. F. An ierson, W. I. Winans ami Rev. Aus : n Rice, the two latter gentlemen be ng members of the advisory...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 July 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. ..- Van Wormer boys whose murder of their wealthy old T> most atrocious c imes of recent times. In the dis mora. N. V.. prison where they will be executed today. POPE LEO'S CONDITION Is Critical-Death May I Occur Any Moment. ITOIUW IUR THE WORST Little Hooe Expressed That He Will Survive Lcnger Than Today. it* Ir, R me, Jul} 6.—The following bulle m tiie vatioan early I Wm Uthi his holiness passed al- H most he is not so X ... , esterday. The I fi i, "i by mjec- I tion? and camphor. His I rtest i= mai although he has a I li'Shi catarrhal emis | ' «:..- Suffii i< • urishment has I been taken. His pulse is irregular of his Hoii- I ness remains grave, but he is no etin at H: lo this morning f s a s ght improvement in ' con lition. While his | ■ ry marked his breath reg lar. The pope was t • ! and placed in a i 'ardinal (Jregilia has | n the third floor of the | itelj above the pope's I Doctors Lapponi and I: , consultation this I ; - • meed that ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 July 1903

Till; DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. sell the best known makes ot pianos,in cluding; the Established BEHNING and the popular "SWEETLAND." The only piano manufac tured by a woman. Our pianos are shipped to us direct from the factory, which enables us to quote low prices. Graphophones and Victor Talking Machines in stock. REMEMBER THE PLACE: DWELLEY-HERRICK MUSIC CO. - EAST MAIN STREET. a Art M rELEPHONE : : RED /Vj. FOUR DOORS ABOVE MAIN ST. BRtDUE Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children teething soothes the child, softens the gums, reduces in flammation, allays pain, cures wind colic. 2f>e bottle. lk> you want a bicycle? See page 2. Statesman. "Don't you know that it is wrong to gamble?" "Yasser." said Picka ninny Jim, as he shook the dice. "I know it's wrong to gamble, but dishere isn't gamblin'; dishere is a guessin' contest." Do You Want an Education? The Statesman offers to ambitious young people whose friends will take the greatest personal interest in the matter, a means o...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 July 1903

• ible PreparationforAs- 1 ig the Food andßegula : 5 toiaachs and Bowels of j otcs DigestionJCbeerfur- R t Contains neither Morphine nor Mineral, j B NARCOTIC. Old DrSAMI TLPfTCJJKR l {\mytkut Seal " \ fix i mruZ » I itUfSmllt- I Jmprrmmt - ) • 1 , IW- 1 • 1 wn rtmvr. / \u inedy ferConstipa- 1 .i Stomach, Diarrhoea vulsions.Fevensh- V «.oss of Sleep. Signature of A 7 YORK. i i. . ' COPY OF WRAPPER. ? I William Jones oHice S : racom<, Walla Walia b =m GRAIN ketpr.ee J. C. SCOTT, Mgr. Walla Walla, Wash. i LEADING THE PROCESSION maintenance. Ft is simple, strong us< an Ax. If you w nt the Best Mower that's made, be MILWAUKEE. SMITH COMPANY WALLA WALLA WASHINGTON. f * ~E IS CHANGING. Pioneers Looking for j tern Weather. undergoing a rapid «mm rv would have : o c . n, 3 of beat o cap* sts of hail, md. thunder and light the middle western 'tates now experience. ' e;ie. d by weather ob i!'. otly bore out these lictions, among which ease of thunder and heavy floods, the sultry summer ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 July 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. Om year (delivered by mail)... in advance *| JJ Six months 6 ° One month by carrier J» One week by carrier Subscribers who do not get their ipers will favor us by reporting at ie office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE acd is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ..Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure Insertion in the Issue of even sate. WEATHER. Tonight and Tuesday cloudy and occasional threatening. CHARGES ARE SUSTAINED. The Union says that every charge brought against Mayor Hunt's official record "has been refuted." In fact not one o! the charges made by the Statesman lias been refuted. The Union has practically admitted the truth of al! of them, but has simply att...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 July 1903

BRIEF LO6ll NEWS Of TQDIY a \ Shaw and wit' •cf Dayton are a t i;. ■ State today. \. 1 obough of Milton is g j rs to W'c iin Walla today. ii- !• Hawks, a prominent Prescott igs man, is in the city today. -:. tn nberg, a prominent farm, flat, was in Waiia Walla y, Walker, a well known Waits . resident, was a Walla Walla vis j;. gsie Church of Lewiston, is Walla visiting with relatives .v, ral weeks. If i ( ] Mrs. Joseph McCabe and Miss Olive have returned a month's eastern trip. Lougheed, an elderly man, down by a runaway team garrison Saturday forenoon il tel Dacres in Fourth street .-. red a fractured leg. It was r ,i time that he was injured • rnally. fie was taken to the kValla hospital where he is re iveftng nicely. McArthur of the Blalock has purchased of Finch & ! owners of the property, one stock and will continue as igei of the company with head the farm west of the city. McArthur's management i h lias been made to pay 18 L on t he capital stock. tie services at the Meth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 July 1903

BUNCO ARTIST WORKED SEATTLE bUSINtSS MEN TO A FINISH —SAME CROOK WHO WAS HERE. Pn tended to 2e tP.e Traveling Kepre. tentative of Ringiing Brothers' Circus. The Seattle Times says: Poor old Seattle has been in the bands ol the cra ft - This C W U ? . • v ":, s o used to the swindle that it is eetting so that any old thing can hap pen W ith good clothes on its back and a suave, shell-pink tongue m its, bead and quit town with a good bigj bunch of thai delicate little substance that is such a ready exchange for tn< irrwMl things of life. According to journals devoted ex clusively U> l*' l "'-' QeWB « lh t Te -nothing new under the sun" when i comes to the great game oi graft, but there is something new, and brains now-a-days are just as fertile as they used in be la past years, and v an aras proven in this city only a few short weeks ago. . There are various ways ot working Ha- -graft " Some men employ the strong arm and choke the pugilistic unbitions out of the unwary. Others r...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 July 1903

|„fg| Saw Edges / J Skt U do n > ht ° n saws - but sensitive t * olarVn? « re for them on t^ir P^ s Sive you%arefm wort* with lv , and the imm aoulate color ' " " he we Bend your linen home IV WALLA WALLA STEAM LAUNDRY 1 ABNER §□ i! UA W " c -ir^iot.! If Who Publish the Work f * ,n 800,1 Form. All T ~~ ' I Rights Reserved - - T (Continued.) feerd my team wouldn't fellers was a-scootin' by on ! ! tuck tbe hams to the ■h an' put 'em on a shelf out'n dogs. Then I went back to She fullered me to the oticed that some'n' was ith 'er. Sbe looked so funny ■ . about the mouth, an' kept ■ ■ she was a feerd IM fly off. 11 alKMit Adele an' bow she was n' out down in Atlanta, au' led heerd that Sis was mighty ivith the young men, an' from sed about my craps an' the ii' on at Big Bethel. Finally b1 white about the mouth nder shaky that she was . was mad about some'n' her : oul you. an' 1 never seed a igh cryin' as she was with er t was at tbe fust of it, but worried you've looked late, an' so ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 July 1903

Books! Books! Books! | IP :::: «tt ->£ — "AT --— J H , ?i8 (/. .V. Johnson Stationery C o. ■ I >ie Brucke Building. IJJMLiIJIIILI^ SHIELDS PARK % g& Cor Main and Palouse Streets. \3 gj Basais & I«Ism, Props. J. 11. F. l\tni. Official Mfertisar. g § HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 1 > J —————■— —— — fcL; ';.f STRICTLY REFINED AND MORAL. 3 P IP £'t Every Evening at 8:15. E3 1 *A ■ < WdmiHHion 1 ."><•. Reserved lOc Extra. %A y ? ED LOOK V> I > LIVE, 5 • PROF, T. AY. KWING g • Graduate of tiie Chicago School of Psychology and the Weltmer % ' 0 institute ol Healing is still in Walla Walia: has had a wonderful prac- % tire for the las* lour months in treating many diseases without the • • use of drugs or medicines, such us stomach, liver and kkln< / trou- £ m bles, eP'lei>sy, locomotor ataxia, consumption, appendicitis, asthma, %t sli circulation, constipation, diarrhoea an i all kinds of female • • disorders yield readily to this wonderful science. Mothers bri...

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