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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1916

***. '• ^1 . • B IS ' ^ f ^ ^ -'.: * .£.■ VKiV'l J".'.^ •.r .. Oltf/ .■v-Lh'f'kt ''■''■■/ ■ .. • ' ,i'. i'"'j_ '1.1' BS •vvjk; riMi .7:„._T Training Both for War and " ror Young Men of Country By THEODORE ROOSEVELT Farm Pmlclm at the United StatM | T.V ® & i - <§ O It really is an outrage that such a system should be permitted as that illustrated by the movement of the National Guard to the Mexican border. A man whose wife and children are dependent on him is obliged to go down and leave his family behind. The system is radically wrong. I want to see every young man trained, in the first place to help him in all his relations in peaceful pur- suits, training him so that when you tell him to do something he does not turn around and ask "Why?" I believe in the democratic training, where the multimillionaire and the son of the bricklayer will live in the same dog tent, and then have the best one of the bunch, whether the mult or the bricklayer's son, made the officer. CHi E. HUS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1916

It h K it f| i ff fi- ll :|! 11 II ft twaooonbr [AMD PCBUiHIB at ClMdn, 1.80 p«f Annum In Aawnc* Announcements For Congress of the 13th District MARVIN JONES For Rep., of 123 Dist. State L*gisla. COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For Conuty and District Clerk. E. C. CAYTON For Sheriff and Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBUBN For County Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessot: G M JAMES J. F. SEWELL. For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY *>ol*l one nltfhl , The pi&o«id *Wo& Witt 1Mb will go to tht eettetety This is a good work and should be en* oouraged by everybody R. E Blanton of the Imperial barber shop has placed revolving doors in his bath morns doubling the time of service, as while one is dressing the tub is cleaned & made ready for the next bath. Mr. Blanton dolights in looking after conveniences and comforts of his patrons. Try the Imperial '■ *;. Sr* JOf BAILEY NEVER TOO BUSY TO COME SOUTH ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1916

jfetilMr iiiftfi^i^.Tigg'" .. ;C:%> Wmki k, ™JPB| •i .Jv •• X ■ *k-v .■.-:; V n or ci © ■.' •>; ' ' vS-.n . 'l -" •••• - - • •-• /'wMf-v'$5 ' •"' H ; jUr- ■ "*■ mh.. . w^.i 'i.^..■ V....^..^....—jL <•*£ ffv =J= -2 Suits Made to Your Measure For Come and Look All Suits Guaranteed. Brooks & Haley. ' TAILORS TO MEN WEO KNOW" J, W. LAWRENCE, PROP, fiOH Polk Street Amarillo, Texas. tf Claude Photo Studio; Pbone 165, 8. C. Carr, Photographer. 38-tf , ,v QUIT GROWING SMUT Buy your Formaldehyde at the City Drug Storo and aoak your wheat seed. Si.00 will treat one hundred bushels. 46-ot DR. M. B. HARRIS SURGEON Amanita, Texas Jones Dry Goods Company's Building Teams are Idle, rearing to go. R M. TAYLOR - ti^;. Arriving Daily New Fall Dress Goods, Silks, Wool and Gingham. Fall Shoes Now in Stock. Let Us Show You Our Line THE MERCANTILE All laundry picked up Friday of each week will be delivered to you the following Tuesday. R. E. Bluri- ton, Agent. 4111. For Sale or Trade—Six roo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1916

jm ■W! I P I; ii fp 1 j •i i, f ti ii |1 I 11 I { WTtte GREAT NORTH VJCSf %(fy VINGIE E.ROC ILLUSTRATIONS ^U^rs/iS copy/p/c/rr oy pood. m£ad am company 8YNOPSI3. —12— Blleta of Dally'* lumber camp dtreeta El Btranser to t'te camp. Walter Sundry ntroducea himself to John Dally, fore- iian. as 'the Dllllnicsworth Lumber Co., or most of It." Poppy Ordwuy, a maga- Ke writer from New Vork. opmes to lly' . Hampden of the Yellow IMnes Co. claims title to the East Belt. Sundry's and Hampden's men light over the dil- uted tract. The Preacher stops the fight, ndry finds that the deed to the East _ U has never been recorded. Poppy flirts with Hampden and tells Sandry that Hampden Is crooked and that she'll get him f oppy goes to Salem In search of videnre against Hampden. 8andry's men desert him for Hampden, who has offered Inore money. Slletz goes to her friends for Sundry to save the contract. Poppy tell* Sundry that she has proof of Hamp- den's filing bogus entries In collusion with the com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1916

in ing Powder *''' Pwwd by the Board of Censors 1st—The manufacturer with the rigid testa of the laboratory and factory. 2nd—The wholesale grocer with his high standing and desire to handle only reliable goods. 3rd—The retail grocer who desirea to handle only those brands he knows will please his customers. 4th—The food officials with their rigid laws for the purity and wholesomeness of food products. 5th—And most important, you, the housewife with your desire for purity, efficiency and per- fect satisfaction. ASK YOUR GROCER - HE SELLS IT 25 Ounces for (More than a pound and a half for a quarter) 25< TO EXTEND USE OF PARKS IF YOU OK ANY FRIEND ■offer with Ithciimiitinrn or Nfctirltl,, acute or ehronlc, write tor my FHEE BOOK on Rh*um - ti.m— Its Cause and Cure. Most wonderful book ever written, It's iilwolutely TREK. Jesse A. CM, Dept. O. W., Brockton, Mass.—Adr. For $260 you can give your son a year's schooling in the best equipped boys' school in the South; ten buildings with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1916

Only Two More Days in Which to get $8.00 of 'tyare FREE • ■ : > m r i : k' Prize Winner Leta Verne Martin The Majestic Range is the only etovo to buy because when you buy one jou will not need to buy the second one. My mamma has never used any other kind and has kept house nearly 21 years. She has used the one w# have now 16 years and it i* as good as ever. Tha Majestic Range has an ashes tag lining which makes it last longer and requires less fuel. It can be regulated so that it bakes v,ell but will not heat the room to hot. Will heat a large amout of wator in a tank in a few minutes. They are made of good strong material that does not burn out nor break. Names of those presenting good letters in regard to the superiority of the Majcstic Range arc space we can give the prize letter only and the names of others who wrote letters of merit '">AJ2zrsiC 30 Clint Honuel, Grace Jackson, Iina Lynch, Annie Jackson. Margerette Zinn, Leonard Wiegman, Greeley Warner, Henry Hickox, Mary B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1916

V \ © f A # € ii Weflti i Print Shop ■n jpl?, •• v '; ' ssfi X " -Tf- -i VOL. 14. ==& (4? /< ,1 ■ fi t, urn{ii inw|i We Give ii A\ Bif Discount Given On Yeir- Contracta for Display Advertis- ing. Try a News' "Want Ad" $4500 FIRE AT CLAUDE, ONE MAN BADLY HURT Fire was discovered in the rear T of the City Cafe Friday morning about 3o'clock, and before help oould be summoned,' the entire building was a flame. The two young men who run the City Cafe were sleeping in the rear end of the building and in escap- ing from the burning building, one of them, George Bailey, was forced to break through the front window, and in doing so received light bu^ns and severe cuts. Jess Rankin, the other young man escaped uninjured. W. T. Sheids hardware store, which joined this building was soon burning in full blast. The City Cafe owned by D. W. Badg- ley, the fixtures owned by Mr. McLaren, the cold drink stand in front owned by Mr. Smith, Mr Shied's hardware store and their entire contents were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1916

NoMs Mora Territory in Than It Did Twelve Months Ago. M OTHER RESPECTS Entente Allies Now Hammering Teutons Hard on All Sides. AUSTRIA SEEMS WEAKENING British Naval Blockade Still Effective After Great Battle of Jutland- Chief Developments of Year In Terrific World Conflict. PRESENT MILITARY AND NA- VAL FORCES OF THE WAR- RING POWERS. Great Britain (Asquith's statement less losses 4.500,000 France 2.5Ou,«iQ0 Russia (little definite known)7,000,000 Italy 1,500,000 Belgium 150,000 Serbia 200,000 MontenegTo Practically none Portugal (little definite known; 75,000 Japan (only officers at front) 300.000 Total, entente aJlies 15,22i..OOO Germany Austria-Hungary Turkey Bulgaria 6,000,000 2.500,000 1,500,000 700,000 Total, central powers &,700,000 TOTAL KILLED. WOUNDED AND PRISONERS. (In considering the losses it must be remembered thai many listed as wounded are only ilightly hurt and return to the front Some are wounded several successive times and each time appear in the casu- alties...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1916

VVv- THE C POMi •sh D E MEWS in ■ X A STORY Of THE GREAT NORTH WEST Oy VINGIE e. ROE ILLUSTRATIONS 6y copy/?/<wr oy pood, head and company % l> CHAPTER XXVI. —13— The Spirit of the East. Company H, under Captain Donald- ■on, they trotted swiftly up with the quickstep of hard-trained Infantry and stood In column of fours while the officers sought the head of af- fairs. Dally promptly sent for the young forest ranger, and In less than it takes in the telling these two keen wltted Westerners, the woodsman and the soldier, were ready to grap- ple with the enemy. Llght-marchlng kite were dumped upon the gronnd and the hard-muscled men took to the hills and the timber under quick, decisive orders. Two hours later wagons arrived with commissary sup- plies and the smoky, blackened val- ley took on a military air. It was a Titan struggle, and It was Indicative of the force that has con- quered nature—the human atoms toil- ing In semidnrkness beneath the threatening forest, choked by th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1916

T, WAOOONBH LMB PCBtUWBR •k fee at I ■ 1 i par Aamb i> Aivaite Announcements For Congress of the 13th District MARVIN JONES For Rep., of 123 Dist, State Legisla. COL T. J. T1LSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial Distric t EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For County and District Clerk. E. C. CAYTON For Sheriff *md Tax Oollectoi: J. [). WOOLiBUKN For CouLty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: (i M JAMES J. F. SEWELL. For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY Our New "dress" next week This tuouey will towards beautifying th^ Claude Cemete- ry. The association wishes, through the Claude News, to thank the liberal patrousof this festival occasion. Many of them bought cakes ray inn a good price forthpm, and every- body had all the ice cream and cake they wanted. A new type for our new ' "dress" means new the paper. Watch 'dress" next week. We note a number of papers are whining for more resident rent nouses in various towns throughout Oklahoma a n d North Texas. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1916

mffkma. fsBM? w' % ML* ~r '?.< vr' , y.7^:••'' ■.'^ JtoIfifoj vi&m *#j '■ .M) '<toiyi"j| \ '"-J'-, i ?-• J"'"- " W&-pS?'i-.&'' ' ■ u.. • u BiOTP'KW-JwIwfMjHf ' w**' j*'";v ■■>• - Ii.il■■iiHiiin'; II :..«---■• -,. ■ i ' •W. ■>•?:•■-•"' r ,, ■- ■ •..*• ■' v T*m , /. 1 Your Best Feel ! our Best And Best J/ze Other Fellow JUST ORDER FROM Brooks & Haley. ' TAILORS TO MEN WHO KNOW" J, W. LAWRENCE, PROP, 60S Polk Street Amarillo, Texas. All Suits G uaranteed. Arriving Daily New Fall Dress Goods, Silks, Wool and Gingham. Fall Shoes Now in Stock. Let Us Show You Our Line THE MERCANTILE WE DO ALL KINDS OF — Plastering; and Cement Work EJoth Plain and Ornamental WE LEAVE NO CRACKS AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 0. E. BAIN Plasterer and Contractor Telephone KS4 Claude, Texas A SHOWING OF FALL MILLINERY AND READY-TO-WEAR. Featuring Gage and Gold Medal Hats, the well known Palmer Coats and Suits. There is a distinct style value about our Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1916

(f> believe mental tele- Bur Clover—Taken at Chico, California. Hot Weather Meats DAILY. PROOF. CAUSE Op INDIGESTION. (Prepared by the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture.) Itutton clover Is u new pasture plant wlitch specialists in the United States department of agriculture are now ad- vocating for use in the milder districts of the Southwest and along the Culf, the South Atlantic and the Pacific coasts. This plant will succeed, It is said, wherever bur clover does well, and It is to be preferred to the latter In certain respects. Under favorable conditions It produces more seed and It has no spines on the pod or bur. For this reason It is particularly desirable for ranges where sheep are pastured. The great loss of wool occasioned by the spiny burs of spotted or toothed bur clover getting Into the fleece is evidence, says Farmers' Bulletin T.'IO, a new publication of the department on this subject, of the value of a species with a spineless pod. Button clover Is as yet b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1916

mmmmmrn ' •M S'^i NEW YORK FI6HTIN6 INFANTILE PARALYSIS ®r.2T >:.v Mi-''"' ■ ,* • ; *U- &'? '■ kXylit i'i A a >£««« y, nfCfMSi \ All the health forces of New Yoik arc mobilized and in action against the epidemic of infantile psiralysis that is killing so many of the citys rhildivn. The photograph shows a scene at one of the railway stations where mothers and their children are taking trains for places where the scourg* is not prevalent. At the right is Dr. Havens Kinerson. commissioner of health < f the city, at his desk. GIRLS IN A MILITARY ENCAMPMENT try. >,m ™ mgm M. '■nkw %,■??$ mmmmm m '*<s' « i <ilr irriTiii ••• v - r&m- -.Mi , pjr^„ i'< <• . NotlnvithsIiiinliiiK the i dlliipso i.f the war scare, refiiK'"*'* from Mexico are daily arriving in the United States. The photograph shows a crowd of them on shipboard at (inhesion. STOP CALOMEL! TAKE mm LIVER TONE New Discovery! Takes Place of Dangerous Calomel—It Puts Your Liver To Work Without Making Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1916

11 f ' ■ I®' , i Bb 1 ■ IM ou Your human body, M.r. Reader, is a machine. It is the most wonderful machine in existance. To you. it is the most valuable machine in the world. It is subject to every law of mechanics. Your automobile engine will not operate properly with one or more parts out of proper relation. Neither will your human machine. When all parts of your automobile en- gine are in proper relation it will operate properly. So will your human machine. Scientific massage will assist nature in putting every part of your human machinery in proper relation with every other part. We are massauers. We do not treat disease. We donot of- to cure disease. By scientific message we are able to place each part of the human machine in proper relation with other parts so that nature will do her best for YOU. Morz than one hundred people in the county have taken this work or are now taking it. They will glad- ly tell you what the massage has done for them. David B. Teem & Company, Cla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1916

WvMy, "v5 -W P! - rti;ftiiOl'i1<i<rtri '■J ii it ,i '■TOwitCT'F&f rrwS^StrSBFyz^^'^s$fiS?i?^F<LI^" i?tP JP?y j ' W'''•-•**' "•- '' 'i BTrj^injaRflE^xfxf '^TTn?* 5r- >1 r-> .£™!rM "'*'• ' flit! wQ&jfrtntirig ,r _ hat Reflect* Credit YoUf Buainesi if Well as thfc Butini^u of this Print Shop VOL. 14. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 1, © / r« © / CLAUDE PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER 11 Our Teachers' County Institute opens here next monday and will continue during all next week. Our public schools will begin the following Monday September the 11th. Teachers have been em ployed for the three vacancies and the line up is as follows: W. E. O'Neal, Superintendent S. R. Van Buskirk Principal Miss Lipscomb, High Scool Miss Caldwell, 7th Grade Miss Russell 4th and 5th Grade Miss Robison 3rd Grade Miss McLain, Primary. There is one other lady teacher whose name will be given next week, making 8 teachers in all Both parent and pupil are in- vited to visit Institu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1916

•WgPB .... .♦ NEW SUPREME COURT JUSTICE John Hessin Clarke of Cleveland. O., whom President Wilson has ap- pointed an associate Justice of the Su- preme court of the United States, is fifty-nine years old and a bachelor. He was born at Lisbon, O., was graduated from the Western Reserve university In 1877 aijd admitted to the bar in 1878. Up to the time he was made u district judge by President Wilson in 1914 he had practiced law In Ohio and had also edited a newspaper at Youngs- town. His newspaper, the Youngstown Vindicator, hits long been one of the prominent Democratic organs In the state. In 1903 Judge Clarke was the Deinocratlc^omlnee for United States senator, btrt was beaten by the late Mark ilanna. who was re-elected. In Cleveland, Judge Clarke for a long time wus associated in politics with the late Mayor Tom Johnson and Secretary Baker. lie has been classed us a progressive Democrat, and has taken part In several reform movements. In 1896 he bolted Bryan's nomination, but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1916

^ ^ '. t * *-;'''V ' mrnAh^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm v'lmm™KII < ... ■■' •''■■■'■ *. - • * ■" .' ■ " ' . . '% ', THE CLAUDE NEWS fTTBBfliyTP ^ww™ * ^*'rH A. •v /• / NIGHT Wl # r A STOftY Of THE GREAT N< Oy VINGIE E. ROC ILLUSTRATIONS /ftr (Otirsfca QOAY/tJCHT OY OOO0.M£AD ANO COMPANY J CHAPTER XXVII—Continued. Blleti bad always ridden bareback, kit now. why she did not know, she took down Sandry's saddle and slung It on Black Bolt. Poppy followed her movements, and by the time Slletz had put foot In stirrup and swung up. sho bad caught up her wide skirt and mounted. Blleti flared around at her and her eyes were beginning to aparkle In a face pale with rage. Without a word they galloped up •cross the lonesome valley and took to what had once been a trail In the nodding ferns. Now It was but a slight depression running aiuid the blackened trunks, the endless heaps of ashes. Poppy Ordway followed Si letz, on a chance, a dare, a mere haz- ard. She did not know the dang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1916

MHHE&k-. ■ fttoi I ii T. WAGGONER ARB PUBU8HSR •1 Uu postofflce it Gland*. Texas u Mooad-olu* matter, ■ .iii Adbhid IB Advance 1.50 per V t V Announcements For Congress of the 13th District MARVIN JONES For Rep., of 123 Dist, State Leglslo. COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For County ami District Clerk E. C. CAYTON For Sheriff mid Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN , For Coui.ty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: ~--' J. F. SEWELL. For Public Weipher, Pet, No. '2 W. R. IRBY The News editor wishes to of- fer his Sincere thanks to the fol- lowing persons, who either renew- ed their subscription for another year or subscribed for the paper: T. N. Brantley, Claude, Texas, Will McClure, H. G. Creel. T; W. Moore Paul Jones, Knowlton, Mont, W. C. Warren, Midland, Texas R. W. Stephens, Conway, Tex. R. W. Royal. Inadell, Texas G. F. Griffin, Forney, Texas F. P. Watson, Claude, Texas Mas. J. C. White, Los Angeles, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1916

v}' 'M i li'i „ i ' ^ y -"v'; a;T^-': I (|| ( & > ® 5# i 'jii'^'Hjjr ni 'y'' VyfY^tJ.sp =2S Welcome to Claude Guests Panhandle State Fair Amarillo, Texas SEPTEMBER 12 TO 16,1916 You are invited to inspect our entire stock of fall and winter woolens. Our methods and service are un- equalied. The management per- sonally invites you to make use of the cool comfort, easy chairs arid any information and service this store can offer. Brooks & Haley. ' TAILORS TO MEN WHO KNOW" J, W. LAWRENCE, PROP, 608 Polk Street Amarillo, Texas. All Suits Guaranteed. WE DO A I,I, KINDS OP Plastering and Cement Work Both Plain and Ornamental WE LEAVE NO CRACKS AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT Q. E. BAIN Plasterer and Contractor I elcphone IM Claude, Texas A Public Sale of Registered Hereford*, thirty-live Bulls, fifteen Cows, will be held by the Panhandle Hereford Breeders Association on the FAIR GROUNDS IN AMARILLO, ON THURSDAY, SEP- TEMBER 14TH, during the Panhandle Pair. Consigned and mostly bred by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1916

' I if': XV 1 r SP1 : V -* bore can head off all effort ki forgot that he U a bore. Sometimes it la easy, and aometlmea It la Impossible to raise money on a baud of sympathy. read this from a a prominent railroad man .Mr-. John W. Hager, Fpel Inspector of Synopids of Its Salient Features Prepared oy H. M. Hanson, Seoretary-Treasurer Farm ortgage Bankers' Association of America federal farm loan act Psesed by the House of Representa- tlvee and the United State* 8en ate June 27 and 28, H18, Respectively. Signed by the President July 17, 1910. 3-—Provides for a federal land bank iyr fji Carlisle, Nashville, Tenn^ writes' "Duriiti I *y,t*,n ln the continental United States the fall of 1614 I had the grippe for six I («c'uslve of Alaska), dividing the weeks and had three doctors. One bottle country Into twelve land bank districts 2rf ffifSSvJ<Lme..m2re good thanr a11 composed of whole states. of the medicine they had given me. Last j q ,r, , . winter my little boy had the whooping ! 3...

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