Dante: "The Central Man of All the World" eBook

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Lydia E. Pinkham medicine Co
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Transcriber’s notes: 

Inside front cover:  added period after Pinkham’s Blood Medicine. 
Page 2. added " after:  facts as a testimonial. 
Page 5.  Reversed order of Mrs. Peter Nordin, <—­> Wadena,
Saskatchewan. 
Page 6. until [added space] puffed
Page 11. changed to title case from upper, for consistency:  Method
page 14.  “It has done so much for women” corrected case of T to upper
Page 17. liqiud corrected to liquid
Page 19. corrected double word:  one one
page 27. corrected buttter to butter

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