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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 March 1921

Charles . Alexander ot Johnston City, was transacting business In juuriuu i uesuy. Charles Stein of Herrln, was vis- King friends In Marion Monday eveu- .. lag. . , ; 0 8. S. Chamness of New Burnslde", was a business visitor here Tuesday. H. A. Tate of Herrln, was a business visitor here Tuesday. John Goddard of route one was :r looking . after business interests in Marion Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones of route five was shopping in Marion Tues- ' day. . ' M. L. Banks of Pittsburg, wag . a Marion business visitor Tuesday. Sam Fuller of Paulton, transacted , business In Marlon Tuesday morn lng. Misses Edith Hargrave and Ruth . tfnVA. TT I . . 1 i " " .wa,u, nWD DlMJllUllS III Marion Monday. John Dauhmer of route three, came to Marion Tuesday on business, I. H. Hampton of St. Louis, trans APtAri himfnoca MrnHnn Tnaeilair Mrs. A. C. Wimmer was called to Carbondale Tuesday on account of the serious illness of her grand father A. T. Burpo. He is very low suffering with pneumonia. Mrs....

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 March 1921

PAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAT, MARCH 11, 1921 I N it- ! V 1 .li v .1 MINERS WHO BROKE RECORD WERE BANQUETED West Virginia Coal Com pany Established Record for Hoisting Coal WARDER STREET CHURCH SERVED Church Ladies Made a Nice Sum of Money for Their Treasury Recently West Virginia mine set a new record for the coal producing world. Two motors pulled 955 cars and 973 cars and hoisted an aggregate of 2,260 tons. Mr. John Wallace was so delighted with the establishment of this record that he gave the seventy-five shift men who made the record, a. banquet on Tuesday evening. The record was largely due to the ' ionization and co-operation among, the men under the supervision ou jMr. Hunter McAlpin. . Tha banquet " was served by the ladies of Uie Warder Street Bar-.tiat church in the I. O. O. F. hall and to say the least it was a sumptuous , least After the banquet to theboro investigated the proposed ex- men the hall was thrown open and j others were served. . Mr. Wallace rave ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 March 1921

Wee KEY liEADERTHE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY -' VOL. 46 NO. 249 MARION, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1921 f , Subscription $1.50 Per Year MARION WENS OORNAMENT RAIN DRENCHED BASKETBALL FANS FRIDAY NIGHT Marion Did Not Allow Sparta a Single Field Basket. I team altho H. Jones ran him a close I second for points scored. O'Sullivan I for Mound City was the goal shooter! that made their points. Lineup and summary: Johnston City FQ Benton, P. ... H. Jones, P, . P. Jones, C' .. CROWDS CONTINUE TO PACK BIG GYM BASKET BALL TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Herrin, Marion, Johnston City and Murphysboro Playing. MARION DEFEATED HERRIN AT 3 P. M. SATURDAY AFTERNOON BY THE 8CORE OF IBJTO 7 IN THE SEMI-FINALS. HERRIN ONLY , MADE TWO FIELD BASKETS WHILE -MARION MADE SIX BASKETS. BOTH TEAMS SCORED THREE FOUL THROWS. THIS WAS ONE OF THE FASTEST GAMES IN THE TOURNAMENT. WALLACE MADE- EIGHT POINTS AND 8LATER MADE SEVEN POINT8. FOR HERRIN, DAWSON MADE TWO POINTS, CLEM MADE THREE POINTS AND 8TOCKS M...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 March 1921

7 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1921 p nv, TWO PIAStlON SEMI-WEEKLY THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. ,103 Franklin Street. . ' W. O. PAISLEY, Ktlitor . OLDHAM PAISLEY. 'City. Editor. ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months 'Per Year All subscriptions payable In advance. Pagor will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office 'at Marion, Illinois, as second class maMl matter. When you cease trying to do new ' things and don't care anything about finding new ways to do old things, you have started down hill, even though you're only twenty. Some European statesmen think congress ought to cancel the allied loans. They must believe that our capitol is located on the Isle of Yap. THE TOURNAMENT -IS A SUCCESS. The immens crowd at .the Marion Township High School gymnasium on Thursday evenig for the opening games nf Hip Kmit.hen Illinois Basketball tourna ment showed fie interest taken by people of all ages i clean sport. . The...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 March 1921

TUESDAY, MKCft'lsJim l&TO PREVENT -MEATSTBIKE Department of Labor to Send Mediators to Chicago to " Prevent Walkout. DAVIS GIVES HARDING DATA Meat Prices Soar a 100,000 Employees Discus Action to Fight the Proposed Reduction In Wages Ordered by Packing Companies. Washington, March 12. Secretary Davis went to the cabinet meeting pre pared to tane up with President Harding the impending strike in the meat packing industry due to wage cuts. "He carried with Win data regarding the Industry, which has been assembled by government agencies since 1917.. If was regarded as likely that the department of labor would order mediators to Chicago soon in an effort to prevent a strike. Meat Prices Go Up. , Chicago, March 12. Meat prices rose today as 100,000 nacklntr em- ployees discussed action to combat rei auctions In wages. While Jhe executive council of the , Amalgamated Meut Cutters and Butcher Workmen of. America were printing urine Dauots, to fie mulled out Immediately' pork wa...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 March 1921

S vl If i v f ; j " ' i - f t? ? I ; 1 I. I JAGj FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER , TUESDATJttARCft H, 1921 , RAIN DRENCHED f of 29 to 10 does not show how even "the two teams really played in the first half. The score at the end of the half was. 6 to 11 in favor of Johnston City, hut It stood 25 to 6 the end of the third quarter. The Johnston City team showed skill in the gamo that was a surprise to the fans. They played a fast game all around and the men seemed tireless, possessing both the ability (o go down the floor and an eye for the basket. The Dongola men were spunky and were certainly there in size but lacked the training and I F. 0. B. Factory II I Mow on Demonstration at I v J Eagle Garage J I Opposite Post Office I I j H -V ,Pl""' ' " Wg:JI:'',;l-1!5f I skill possessed by their opponents.) RItchey and Benson were Dongola's scorers. F Jones starred for Johnston City, altno he was outpointed by his team mate Benson. Jones played all over the floor and was backed by the rest o t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 March 1921

- . ) ,,-.....- . 1 - - - j ... - . V EADE1 Jul JLJ jabs esattCaaa THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY. MARION, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1921 Vol. 46 No. 250. Subscription U-60 Per Year SLOAN TO PITCH FOR MARION BALL CLUB THIS YEAR Crew of Our Great Airship,; Roma SHERIFF CATCHES ! MARION PLAYS DO YOU WANT HIS JOB? MURDERER AFTER ELGIN FIRST 111 STATE TOURNEY REVOLVER DUEL WILLIAMSON CO. BEATS U. S. ON EARLY, APPLES Southern Illinois Grows Practically All of the Really Early Apples. Contract Closed for Pitcher Defeated Harrisburg . . ancb Lawrence ville. TEAM APPLICANTS REPORT APRIL 15 First Show for Benefit of " Baseball Association to . Be Given Wednesday. Secretnry-treaUHi-er Egbert. Hudgons of the Marlon. Baseball" assonat ion announced Tuesday morning that a contract had been closed with Toil Sloan to be one ot the Marion latching force this year. This will come as good news to Marion fans, who know the ability of this pitcher. Sloan pitched iour games - for Mario...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 March 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER rRTTJAY. MARCH IS, 1621 J VIRION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER I: THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporate) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. ' - Marion, Illinois. . W. O. PAISLEY. Editor ' 4 OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Sis Months $ .76 Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time pain to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, as second class mall matter. READ IT AGAIN. A few people who delight in misrepresentation insist upon" reading into the Harding inaugural address a declaration that the United States will have nothing to do with Europe. - Such was not Harding's statement. He said that "We do not mean to be entangled.- We will accept no re sponsibility except as our own conscience .aid judgment in each instance may de termine. . 1 here is nothing vague or in definite about that. There is no oppor tunity for misunderstanding. The United States will participate in European af...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 March 1921

Jo Long went to West Frankfort Wednesday on business). .'' D. Sutherland west to West Frank fort on business Wednesday. ' Brice Holland transacted business In Johnston City Wednesday. George Deltrich went tolJohnston Tity on business Wednesday. ' f Rev. Julian Atwood went to lit. 1ernon Wednesday on business. f J. B. Cirrito went to Cape.Girftr- iem, Mo., on duress Wednesday Mrs. o. H. Kir'oy of Johnston City was shopping in Marion Wednesday morning. ; Mliw Mae Russell went to Ooreville Wednesday tospend- a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Russel. Edgar W. Clark left Wednesday for Champaign to attend the state bask etball tournament ' - f Morgan Jones of Herrin looked af ter business in Marlon Tuesday. Mrs. J. D. Johnston went to Neil- son Wednesday to "visit her sister. I Mrs. Maud Gresham, who has been I sick for several days. J Mrs. Laura Rowe and baby Geneva J went to Nellson Wednesday to spend i. " ay ai we neasiae orpirs. Maud j uresnam, v . ( ni Mflnra ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 March 1921

FRIDAY, MAHCH 18. 1021 s- I. L , i w f CLARA Eil ACTS HAMON KILLING How Jake Hamon Received Fatal Shot During Struggle for Gun. "DID NOT 00 TO DO IT" The Accused Woman Breaks Down When Prosecutor Refers to Her Mother as "The Old Woman" Spectators Applaud. I ' . . , ,.i, Momkit'fii'' John Parks and was united nn Courthouse, Ardmnre, Okla., March 16.-CIara. Smith H anion, charged August 9. 1883 with Mr. Bums. Four with the murder of Jake L. Hamon, 'children, with the husband, survive, look the witness stand in her trtul There, children are Mesdames Frank here. Pulley. South Future street, E. She was composed and spoke iu a joy Warner, East Main street and well-controlled voice. She said she Henry . Mitchell, South Fu lire street was born 9 years at'o. I Sh- said she had known Mr. Ha1 don't know Just how many; ever since 1 was a schoolgirl In l.awton," she asserted. . When she reached the point of the actual shooting in her story she left the witness stand and, tuking the pstul with wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 March 1921

HON EMI- ittlL Y THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY jysADER Vol. 40 No. 2G1. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921 Subscription $1.50 Per Year INSURANCE RATES TO GO HIGHER AT CARBONDALE New Marion Water Works . and Proposed Extensions Lower the Rates. ELDORADO TO GET LOWER RATES is Marion Water System Now Considered Adequate for Protection. .. Just at the time when Marion has been promised a reduction In insur ance rates In acknowledgement of the splendid new water works sys tem furnishing improved fire protec Hon we find that our Carbondale neighbors are facing an advance. The following story is from the Free Press of Tuesday: Poor water supply, Carbondale peo ple now to pay more fire insurance. , Three representatives of the Ililinois Inspection Bureau were in Carbondale today as representatives of the fire Insurance companies, making an in spection of the city which will result In an advance classification for the town, meaning increased fire insurance rates. "Its ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 March 1921

FRrDAY, MARCH 25, 1921 2 ! TH Sf.tf KLY LEADER f I IlNARIO SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher., 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois ' W. O. PAISLEY, Editor ' OLDHAM PAISLEY; City Editor. - SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ..$..75, ..... yco AH subscriptions payable in advance, Paper will be slopped at expiration of lime paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office second elass mail matter, at Marion, . Iliiuois, . as YOU, I, AND THE OTHER MAN. v Whatever an individual's position , or condition either here of abroad he has something to do' with' readjustment. Readjustment is not a pleasant pr6- CCSS. . . , ,.'.,; t.: , It is something like a surgical opera tion and the surgeon m this case is the law of supply and demand. Readjustment is now taking ,j)lace and will continue m this country through in- , .telligent co-operation. Profits Prices . Wages and ! , . Individual production are problems that, are being solved. . . ; ' i ; ; Ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 March 1921

FRIDAY, MARCH 25,' 1921 I HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER -. hi.... j . -siaf: i r-Tr Vnm i rfnA-, ' Miss Blanche1 Cole of Horrin' was here shopping Thursday. . , i j Mr. and Mrs- P.' M. Roberts, Charles Yowell and Herman Roberts motored to Johnston City Wednesday afternoon and visited friends.' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bracy returned Wednesday evening from a combined business and pleasuro trip to' St. Louis. Mrs. Mary Runiiuage' of North Madison street is HI with pneumonia Lueian Parsons or Johnston Cily was a business visitor here Wednesday. . ' II. h. Prey of route five was a business visitor in Marion Wednesday. . . ; i D. D. Stevens or route fivo transacted business in Marion Wednesday. Sain Fuller of PuuUon was looking alter business in Marlon Thursday. Arthur Benson of Goreville was a business visitor in Marion Thursday. L. II. Baker of Creal Springs was transacting business in Marlon' Thursday. ' Mrs. Will Norman underwent an operation at her home on North Van Buren street Wednesday. She wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 March 1921

3 H ' THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER' FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1911 GERMANY TORN I BY UPRISINGS Twenty-five Already Known Dead - Police Withstood Attacks in a Score of Cities, Bftcial to RBP' BL1CA X LEADEW " 'BERLIN, March 24. Communist up, risings are spreading rapidly thruout mid Germany. According to the latest reports the uprisings have already cost 25 deaths today but police have teen able to withstand armed attacks In a score of cities. Hamburg, Dresden and Leipslc seem to be the centers of the present disturbances. M. T. 1 S. WINS HIGHEST SENIOR CLASS HONORS AT STATE BASKETBALL TO GIVE PLAY TOURNAMENT AT URBANA Whit Who Coached Same Class In "Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary'" it in Charge. Conquering Heroes and Coach Schreiber Carried Upon Shoulders of the Citizens From Train to Public The students of the Senior Class ?.,.. R.nJ M.Tn of ri-orv;ilo nnrJ P.rnrtprl W ve begun work on their annual . . , - .,. . - i . , . . Winners Home. class play which la to be given in the high school auditorium A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 March 1921

APR 5 1921 THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Subscription $1.50 Per Year Vol. 48 No. 252. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1921. ILL PROTEST FURTHER DELAY OF STATE ROADS ANOTHER WAR HERO'S BODY WAR HERO TO BASKETBALL TEAM GUEST AT RECEPTION FOR STATE BASKET ' - METHODIST HAD OVER 1,000 IN SUNDAY SCHOOL MYSTERY GIRL III PAY VISIT MRI0NS00N E BURIED AT EN ROUTE HOME CARTERVILLE 10 BANQUET ALL CHAMPIONS Harold McCain, Member of Tank Corps Killed By Germans. ENTERED SERVICE FROM ELDORADO Will Be Buried at Corinth When the Remains Reach Here. Word was received in Marion on Friday that the body of Harold McCain had been received at Hoboken and would be shipped to Marion within a few days. McCain was bora and reared in Williamson county and had many friends here. His sister, Mrs. Guy Roberts of Corinth Is arranging for interment to be made at Corinth upon, arrival of the remains. Two olhor sister. Miss ' Pocohontas Mc Cain of Kentucky, and Miss Laura McCain of Springfield...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 March 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER : noes TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1921. IlAIilOH SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER ME; REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. Jji3 FumHin Street. Marlon, Illinois W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor., SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months ................. 4. ........... .75 Per Year , . , . . . 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. .-' Entered at the post office at; Marion, Illinois, ns swond class mail matter. - DAYLIGHT SAVINGS IN EFFECT IN ; : CITIES. y, The national daylight savings law is a thing of the past but Chicago and a num ber of other cities , are trying it again, The trains run on standard time and per sons entering or leaving the city will have much trouble in getting used to the changes. St. Louis has not adopted it as yet adttho it is being considered there, but in Chicago it is already in effect. . . This, scheme was never popular in OTuUieih Illinois and was only accepted be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 March 1921

TTESDAY, MARCH 29. 1921. THE EMI-WEEKLY LEADER PRAISE TEAM Decatur Review Hat Fine Complimentary Article; Schreiber Complimented. Newspapers all over' the state have awakened to a realization that Ma rion ig on the map and that they ' won the state basketball champion1 ship on ability and not luck. The following article wag written by Howard V. Millard, one of the officials of the state tournament and appeared in the Monday Decatur Review: ' Southern Illinois can be proud of its new state champions for 1921, for if there ever was a team that demonstrated its right to the' highest honor in prep school basketball' in Illinois, it was the little Marion five that gave one of the greatest exhibitions of comeback basketball ever shown in a tournament. A glance at the work that brought the second straight title to Southern Illinois, shows that besides playing five games, they actually took part in six, for it -was their lot to appear in four overtime periods of five minutes each, while Roc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 March 1921

1 4 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER 4 UAQUAfi iUAllljlX 7 JAibAKB FINE FOR CONTEMPT w. M. Pemberton, Whose Son Was Killed at Johnston City Draws s. , i" Penalty. Circuit court convened . Saturday morning long enough for Judgo D- T. HartwoU to overrule the motion of a new trial by attorneys for Jim Davis and to fine W. M. Pemberton $200 iind commit him to jail for SO days ior contempt of court. Jim Davis was found guilty of kill ins Stanley Pemberton ant) his at torneys moved for a nev trial. Judge Hartwell over ruled their petition and sentenced Davis to the penitentiary for an indefinite sentence. . W, M. Femberton, tlio rather of Stanley ePmberton,- whom Davis killed, called Judge Hartwcll to the tele phone recently and called him soma vile named and made some grave accusations. Judge Hartwell Issued a bench warrant for Mr. Pemberton mid when he appeared in court he was sentenced to 30 days in ja.il and lined $200 for contempt of court. mmm mi 'j lmmajl Mil snaMm i mm itaiil to GOOD PROGRA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 March 1921

TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1921. TRUTH ABOUT AVERAGE-MAN Not Bad Fellow at Heart, and Really Is at Least Entitled to , Toleration. , The average man la not a bad follow ' when you come to know him. 1'ou have to make his acquaintance If you are not to hold yourself aloof from thi,liuman, Interdependent world, remarks n writer in the Philadelphia Ledger. He constitutes a majority. It is by his vote that? candidates are set up and Issues determined and business governed nnd charities supported and plays patronised. There is a great deal of money in pleasing the aver age man. Moreover, the level of his tastes is rising, though pessimists re fuse to see it or to say so. He iw ca pable of education and he has traveled far since his training began, i Ho needn't always be given all that ho asks for ; sometimes he makes mis takes, and sometlmoa he wants what Isn't good for him. Sometimes ho loses his head, and in an Incendiary or Inebriate temper, loses that which a cooler Judgment In a calmer hour ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 March 1921

THE smi4yEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1921. MRS. ROBERT 0. REYNOLDS 4 ....'.. (l . VJ v i r -? ; "I have ac(ually gained twenty-five pounds and I just think Tanlac is the grandest medicine in the world," said Mrs. Robert O. Reynolds, 127 North Denver St., Kansas City, Mo. "'For ten long years I Buffered -from a very bad form of rheumatism stomach and nervous troubles. My ;appotito was. very poor. What little 4 did eat soured on my stomach and -I suffered the most severe pains in Trny back, hips and shoulders. My -rheumatism was so bad that I could ."Hot raise my hands to comb my hair and my arms hurt me to my finger tips. I became so weak and run down that I lost all;my energy and life had become almost a burden. I tried many things but nothing helped nie. . . , , "I had only taken my first bottle ,of Tanlac when I noticed riiy appetite was improving and I could sleep bet ter at night. I have taken three botties and' the way it has helped me anu bum me up is really astonishing. 'I...

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