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SALEM, OR., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1SSS.
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OK OPERATION.
Awarded first premium at the Oresron
State Fair ia-'SI-85-'8a.'87 and at the Cali
fornia stale f air, 1SS7, and San Joaquin
County Fair, 1837.
Manufactured In slxlslzes. For circular
and prlca list address
H.r S. JQRY SQN,
1 O. Box 283. Salem, Oregon
JS3" Dryer Furnaces furnished Jflvo Jslzcs
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
re; al estate
BOUGHT AiTD SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOlt OREGON, WASH!
Ington Ter.orCallfornla real estate. For
luiormutiuit uuurcst ui at euiier 01 uie iui
lowing elllees: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.; Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem olllce
at Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hall. Liberty trcot ; Portland olllccln
the rooms of the State Immigration Board,
corner of Front and Ash streets. ITUtf
L. S.',StPilKP & CO.,
OlHce near It he
Opera House. tO
by the painless pro
CITY MEAT. MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, JJA.LEM, OREGON.
5-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on. , hand, full weight and a, square
1. 1, , .T I
Algdxjdiron frame Horso Power. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity.
AH for the low price of SW. Call at (he I'a
clflo Cider, Vinegar t Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
Fortho treatment of all, diseases of men
un'd women ' r
DRS. GlLllEltfr & WEMr
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen Inhala
tions, electro magnetism, medicated
sprays, etc. Office and sanitarium In the
Bank bloclf. Consultation iree.
aAVE"YOUIA COLU IN TII15 Jirw
BensbofsmellT Isyourbreotniouu i..
symptoms, others only a paru
teetl by D."W. MATTHEWS 4 Co.
j'11 is ti iin n n
no cm iiil . C W J
rhAjromVlpjumne, gISf "
troubled with enrome i . --- f
who are suUerere."
BOLD ASB OOA11ANTEED BY
MAHHEWS'- & 'COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot
Proposals for Stationery.
OrncKor TiiKSEcnKTBV opStatk,
.W . " l,. '"" J" ' WJ CVTIIVT1 (tl
TtlTltWlnw Will lw. MiulnnJ ...
umi-u until nnon Sovemhcr wit, is .
of.rOreh ,h-e followlns "rtlcleslfor the state
"- K JI can, 14 lb, No. Slrullnir.
Linen '" thnrtcr 0al1 ritcn
Wreams letter Tvinnr vtr v o ...n
white law, Carew, Charter' dak or Scotch'
30 reams first-class Consrress note, 7 "
P ttgc8,o. 8 ruling, wlvitejald.
5JL- 9. white envelopes, CO lb, No. 1
rag XXX. ,v
32grossraHroad etcel pens No H9.
IS gross Glllott's steel pens, Mo. 401.
3 gross Eastcrbrook "J" pens.
6 gross Faber's pan holders. No. 1878.
i dozen Tower .Manufacturing Co's. bar
ometcr and brass barked Inkstands.
12 dozen Ivory folders, 9 Inch, Standard.
3 dozen Ivory folders, 10 Inch, Congress.
10 dozen mucilage cups, No. 8, Morgan's
1 dozen lnucllairo Rtnnili waArvnl. vn
6, Morgan's patent. '
, ,J reams rarkers treasury blotting paper,
140 lb, assorted colors.
2 cross No. 2 Knelft Ttncrtrrior lnftrt ni.n.11i
style 008. '
4 aozoa Arnold's writing fluid, quarts.
tlnxfm n-ivlrt ... ttnii. wll.. 1a.ii
i dozen Sanford's premium fluid, quarts.
15 dozen duplex cap board letter clips.
12 dozen Faber's rubber rulers, 14 Inch,
12 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 18149, B.
3 dozen steel erasers, lingers', No. 18119, E.
20 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, as
4 gross Faber's lead pencils, Nos. 2 and S,
10 cross Faber's lead ponclls, round, gilt.
10 cross Fabi
0 dozen Faber's rntont Ink and pencil
rubber erasers, small.
1000 Media's patent paper fasteners, No. 2.
1000 McGIU's patent paper tasteners, No. 4.
18 dozen gummed stub flic. No. 21. 11x15
In., 230 pages.
n aozen laoie nas tor paper, wxzi.
1U dozen waste natter baskets. emxs bar.
20 lbs licmu twine. No. 12.
At the same time separate bids will bo
received forl2dozen Wostenholincongress
knives to bo described by trade Nos. Sam
ples to be exhibited.
Bids should bo marked "Proposals for
Stationery." Nono but best quality of
goods recel ed.
The right to reject any or all bids Is ro
All goods to, ho dcll ercd before January
1st, lhStf. Payment to bo madq by warrant
on stato treasury.
GEO. W. McBUIDE,
0-23-td Secretary of State.
Real Estate Bargains.
SI ,600. 100 acres, 0 miles front O & O de
pot. Good house, nam and
orchird. Fenced, and In cul
tivation. S2.C00 SO acres, 4 miles from Salem.
Hood road to town. Improve
ments fair. Fine fruit land.
$3,490 Sj acres 2W miles rrom Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
all fenced. Make a deslrablo
?2,500 W acies 4 miles from Ruloin. Jm-
provemenis cuoa. fiuu juuug
orchard, and garden land.
$4,180 1M0 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Jllll lllliu, liut'l iwuuiuu. rn;ii
In lots of 40-acro tracts at S25 per
$10,800 ?o aoros, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rUer.
Will sell In tracts.
$1 875. "il acres, 4 miles of Salem. House,
Darn ana orcnara. uirge spring
at the door. Good soli, nnd
plenty of timber.
$2,400 120 acres, 5 miles of Salem; good
road; well Improved; stream
running throne" the place.
$00.00 400 acres (4 miles west sldo 0 A
n n in aood house barn nnd
orchard. 1J0 In cultivation, bal
ance oak grub pasture land.
$800 10 acres, 1 mile trom Salem, nd-
Jolnlng fair grouud. Good land;
$1 eoo 40 acres, 5 miles Salem; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. Excellent fruit
$i 000 370 acres, 0 mllos from O AC R R;
' nil fenced; well watered. House
barn, and small orchara; 150
acres In cultivation.
' "" Eosl Salem. Deslrablo location.
We have bosldes this a largo list o' city
ond farm property. Buyers would do well
to coll nnd examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHAMRERLIN,
r Opera House, Court St.,
; 0-SOtf - f "'" r-
rjic a n i. -QUAHAfJTEED
..u,.h Hn ot eet betterT Have you an ex-
""" - ", noiSuresT Are you trouoiea oy
. . .... i .mntMuant breath, rwult-
jioeurded a jr. ""jrAJba. dteuUng
Soeurded a jr. taviar J" "" ,
vain A inrau "."-r-. ,7..J. r-HK In lt
BEFORE IT IS BORN.
Some BtartlliTe- BU'temnt T baa.
Dr. Oliver Wondall Holme8f' on
being asked when the training of a
child should begin, replied, "A hun
dred years boforo it is born."
Are we to infer from this ..that thia
generation is responsible for tho con
dition of the race a hundred yeara
UVia IlOWf i r . ,. (
Is this wonderful generation the nat
ural result of4ho-propor diet and med
icines of a" hundred years agal
It is conceded in other lands that
meet of the wonderful -discoveries
pf tho world in this century iavo
come from this c6untry. Our ances
tors were reared in Jog cabins, .and
suffered hardships and trials.
But they lived and enjoyed health
to u ?ipe old ago. Tho women -of
those days would endure hardships
without apparent fatigue that would
startle 'tnose oi tho present age.
Why was it? , .
One of the nrODrietors of the not-
ular remedy known asWarner'msafe
euro, has been faithfully investigating
tho oause, and has "called to his aid
scientists as well oBniodlcalmeu, iaw
pressing upon them the fact that
thcro cannot be an effect without u
cause. This investigation disclobOii
thfc fact that in tlio olden Union
Eimple remedies woro adminifitorC'l
compounded of herbs and roots, w hich
were gathered and stored-in th6 lofts
of the log" cabins, and when sickness
camo on, these remedies from nature'
laboratory were used with the be-t
What were these remedies? 'What
were they used for? After untiring
and diligent search they linvo o'i
tained tho formulas so' generally uicd
for various disorders.
Now the question is, how will the
olden time preparations affect the
peoplo of this ago, who havo bvn
treated, under modern medical
schools ana codes, with poisonous J
ana injurious drugs. Tins test Iiuh
been carefully pursued, until Han
aro convinced that the prepnrntionA')'
tneynow can Warners Log .unbiti
remedies nre'what our much abused
Among tliemv is what is known ns
Warner's Log Cabirtisareaparilla, and
they frankly announcevthaV-.yioNdo
not consider tho earsaparilla- of no
much valuo in itself as it is in the
combination of tho various ingrcrii
ents which together work marvelounly
upon tho system. They nlso huvo
preparations for other diseases, such
as ,'Warner's Log Cabin cough and
consumption remedy' "Log Cabin
hops and buchu remedy)" "Warner's
Log Oubin hair tonic. They have
great confidence that they havo
cure for the common disease of cutnrrh .
which they give the name of "Log
Cabin rose cream." Also a "Log
Cabin, plaster," which they are con
fident will supplant all others, and a
livor pill, to bo used separately or in
connection with tho other romedies.
Wo hope that tho public will not
be disappointed in these remedies,
but will reap a benefit from tho in
vestigations, and that tho proprietors
will not be embarrascd in their in
troduction by dealers trying to sub
stitute remedies that havo been bo
familiar to the shelves of our drug
gists. This line of remedies will be
used instead of others. Insist upon
your druggist getting them for you if
do hnsn't them yet in stock, and wo
feel confident that theso new reme
dies will receivo approbation at our
reader's hands, as the founders have
used every care in their preparation.
BAN 1RANCISCO, Noy. t, InjS
ilesirs. WKLLER BROS..
Gentlemen: -We had tho pleasure re
cently of making shipment to you' of our
new " Vhlto Cross" Extracts, and send
you by mall today a ery neat show card
which we would like you to place promi
nently In your store, and which will call
theattentlon of your trade to the good.
It has bepp oyrluWtntlou.for. MujiBime
mist to i)UUi.uiouthe market tb) Ihiest
line of llavorlni extracts liiunuacturod In
thlVo'iuUr'iUKlraflwr moptnroj itniij
and'exiwrtmentlng; wlh the riroirUnttfit
bninds'ttow before th iniUII,we,li.viit
lastieeedIJnipLBluic Iwfrtrwynli aunl?
lty which Jeyonddouilliuwio.iiUXrlur, .
V9 ir' hV U'iAnmtr iiprm.uwn (
youriuai' yiiu-oiM.nHiPiM'i'",i jwi1"
meda ihvwtoyXHtt inmomepi u lugjiniv
thitfOftu poMlbly be manufactured. TJid
naek'Bd ttyl gvqeqiUr I W
attrdtaHHltn,i.nl wm1 let that wtnJ'
yoHf Umd lli toHt life' iltiMlty r Ulfi.
will be large. . - .... . r - i,
Br wmniyUif jnttwwr JWUWftjvM "
Ihvor uih your, truly.
A. M 1III.LINU A in
Uu3d U reh and Sept.,
each yosr It Is ta ency-
OlODfrAJXOl UKMU lajur .
piUlqn for fU who ,pur J
eta&se thk luxurJa or tbl
,t necojaiUAs of mat Tni
can elotto-iTPtt (uad mrnthap.rUia
7T: .,. .ua.tuU. daoa. dealt.
etl'bl unl. rort, r W ebnrcB
or tr it;!"11"' ? rv"i
QUIDB, whlah wlU bo wat npoo
receipt of 10 cent w pr port.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
lU-ll-i UlchJgsa Avau, Cbio.LU.
Tit Sltmtloi Id Saltm.
No more members of tho Schwab
family havo taken the smallpox.
All were vaccinated at tho ttrst out
break and it i thought nono will
havo more than the varllohl. Tho
girl is very sick but with tho care-
full nursing Bho is receiving no ser
ious results aro anticipated. The
smaller children are eutforlng con
siderably with their arms, but oth-'
orwiso are well. It may be remark
ed hero that nearly every person in
town has been vaccinated ami avoid
nuy contact with ihelr left arm.
Tho strictest measures of quaran
tine continue to be observed in
North Salem in tho neighborhood
of the sick glrljnndntovory approach
a yellow ling Mutters tho danger
A man who. has practiced medl
clnofor40 years,, loucht to. know
ealt from sugar.mui wl,t ho
-0's: , j v , i , j ,(, .
'roiKpOji.O, van. JO, J887,..
Messrs. P. J. Cheney & (X deii
tiemeii I have .been In, the general
practice of medicine for,', most 40
years, and would say that lu.all my
practice and experience, havo never
seen a prvpcratlon that I could pre
scribe with an M'iioli (coulldenco of
success as I can JJall's.Uutarrh Cure,
manufactured by you, lliwo pre
scribed it a great ninny times ami its
ell'ect is wondoiftil, and would say
la conclusion that I havo yut to lln'd
n case of wilnrrh that it would not
cure, if they would take it according
Yours Ti ul v,
J,. L. GOHSUCH, M. D.
Odlce, U15 Summit St.
We will give jlOO for any case of
catairh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Catairh Cure. Taken Inter
nally. F. J. C11EXFY & CO. Toledo, O.
XfaSrSold by druggists, 75c.
j New Ntitarlrs Commlsslonnl.
The following named persons were
to-duy commjbsloned notaries public
by Gov, l'enneyer:
John Lane, Itosehurg; U.S. Clark,
Suvcr; J. II. Itobblns, J. N. Parks,
Pendleton; J. II. "Wilson, Corvnllls;
Moses Fitzgerald, IHirns.
Mothers Rtl. ' ( '
Tho ipropriotoM of tho SANTA
ABIE have authorized 1). W.
Mathews t Co., to refund you your
money if, after giving this Califor
nia King of Cough Cures a fair trial
as directed, it fail to givo satisfac
tion for the- euro of coughs, croup.
Whooping cough and all throat ami
lung troubles. Wlien tho disease
aU'euts the head, and assumes the
form of catarrh, nothing is so ellcct
Ivo as California cat-r-curc. Those
remedies are without equal as house
hold remedies. Sold at $1.00 a
package. Three for $2.60.
SALKM, Nov. 10, '88.
I. It. Dawson, resp. vs. M. K,
Poi'e and Clflii'Ies1 Nlckell, npps.;
ap4-'l fioiirJal-Ksoii county; u'rgucd
'J'lifcrBaie'lii'oi'eMays tliun one tifguInK
diwn hill., lIovldtM (oIIIiik ouir n pfeol
pde, nislllfiKdouii a fiVoURin slide urn)
(il her ihciIuhU, nu ti'ti,
rir Ify mi ernitlc dlitn.
ir Jim tan io
, (llM-lplliif a
rebel fjnu lUet.uiiil rMtoru u riuulur hulilt
oMIk' Ixiwelx, rapidly dcM-end nn Incline
whiw Iwiltom Is the gmvr A In'lnro In
ln')r, linpiilrmeiit ot Hvpctltr. tniiihlod
-It , tMM of llHsli mid iii(tiil en-ncy
these urn Hie Infallible IndU-ntlomt tliat
nliutt deeut.and hukIiI tit tuitel reimlr.
1 Im lUient? Mitpst, itleiiijtiWt nieflriM of
it purine iinyklbul I'lierg) I IIiMtellerH
--loiu.icli liilltrn. Wlicii) the imIihtmI
Htiwtu and weak Mppetlers Rill, HiN -t
iiiV liiljt-niiiit micci-iHU. Ulielhur
fn lilrniw In Iheilttendrtnt of thv dliuome,
lulieieiit In the roiiitltiitlon, or the coin
I) mloii of eoiivulfwemv. nllmi very low
titter WHitlnK miilmlleH, the llltteni hu
V-Jor I'tmtslii reliable liimns of rnmedylng
u 'urouKii wieniiHiiuiiioriiiipniMHiuuwH.
0 n The Ittttersi'ure iiiHlarlu eomplHliits,
rl.' umutUm, uiiintliJUliMii and kidney
"til i;i".t urn mhIu nn appetite and
Im ' iiotii oiLk's n t tgn of
u- .1.1). If you nro I .w aWltefl.
h- i,.n ,i, ,,t Im.t .tf rHrular
1 b il'l li! M')) l llll ItllUIH
I'r tl il i IMtldplKVX 'lonlr. u
iui nit ,v nmu ijf Jmi.
Important Events of ttic Mole World
for' 1 Wnl'v-foiir Hours.
A Hloorir llatllc Lost Ills Daughter
A DKSl'KllATK COM1IAT.
Tm Sti-li llKlt tVlth Kulies III u
BntMiNOHAM, Ala., Nov. 17.
Two funentls took place hero yester
day which were largely nHondcd
ami formed the climax of mi ex
Itobert Nabors was a prominent
physician at Moutevnllo, in this
state, and "YV. "W. Shot tritlgo was a
successful lawyerln theisauie village,
ljoth were young men. Some time
ago Nnhors employed Shortrldgo
to collect a few claims against de
linquent patients. Tho returns
woro not satisfactory, and tho men
Nabors called at Shorirldgo's
olllce, mit, tho old trouble broke out
afresh. They finally agreed to
tight with bowie-knives in n dark
ened room Jii'jf oil' the olllce. lle
moviiig their coats and shoos, he
mon fought blindly but desperately
for nearly ten miuuies.
The duel was one of tho most
iclous ever lepoi.ed In Alabama.
Tho men plunged their knives Into
each other umll both looked as
though they had been sluughteilng
l.eo. cs. Ki'yiblng In the room
wps bmpaWeied with blood.
Some persons living in iho lo'er
st()iy heard the noise of tho tliio'lsio
and when the door was broken opeti
Nubors staggered Into the olllce
With tho blood streaming from a
doxon gushes lu his faco and bivast.
Without saying n word ho rushed
down tho stairs, still glasplng a
gory knife In h's hand and implied'
Lying tqioutuo floor of tho room
was shortridge. Ills head had been
slashed in a mmt dreadful mainer.
Tho arteries of his, 'neck had been
severed, ono eyo hnd been gouged
out and his hands were cut fo
terribly that tho llngei s hiMig only
by tho tendons. Tho man was
iii;t ins OAUCirrr.i
Two Vi).itiir 1'eopln Aliido lluppy by
Kuoadi.i.ook, Conn,, November
18. George W. JJrown la a bluclr-
smith, and a biuunch lepuhllcuiu
For a long llmoho has paid coutv to
it young wompii, tho (hummer o. u
deuuKiraUo farmer. The latter did
lot look with favo. on tho yofii
man. uuoigu lecoiveu no ea-
courugemeiit whatever from the
youo'f gill's rather, ami the old man
tried to Invent some bchemu which
would wrest from Drown his hlaek-
smith shop uud compel him, through
poverty, to depart from (ho v
Id n lty
"Young man," he wild,
,ycni,whut J'll do. ion want to
marry my daugtor. ;;u make yon
n wuger. If .Harrison is' elected, she
in ytjurs; If not, you fnn give me a
bjll of sale of tills shop and the tool
and forever emit the tqYn."
George niojitwl ,tho proponltloih
The hill, ol ulo vuh drawn up unci
signed, utul the farmer went homo
chuokllpK.nbout lmyy iiuly ho olt
tallied the little blacksmith shop
Binlrld himself of thu niau ho dis
Hlnee the returns havo all comoin
the old inun has teal fully eonsented
nml the young couple propoiw hv-
1 lug the knot tied at once.
Slum Oi-bjiim llulttoitil.
I bAN FiiANfisco'Nov. 18. A r:
dent of Itetldlng, Cal., tolls of tile
pretn-ueo recently of railroad coal
eers northeast of that town, up tho
t iiiyon of tho Pit river. They were
J understood to ho li) the Union Puclf
iic'i employ. It is iirettum'ed tltey
'were at work on the proposed Cal
ifornia outlet for the Union FaoUlo
,from Huntington, w tU Oregon
Short Line, down tliiough the Mal
heur country and Fall river district
Into the Bttorameiito valley.
I UillbUlni. uB4iMit 'edo frwn tliv
fct uud rtlMr prt at tjt. body, l
i aurrb, nuwtnu. putoon oak. HJuu lit
i-ye lid. wuHI ahmum t llw ,!
1,Mipp.r aflr irtg HllWl ttl-oeWt
Wurriiiud Ui (!( radlod mm la every
Chairman Itarnum continues to
Tho improvement noticeable In
the condition of Mrs. Jay Gould Is
still apparent but she Is by no means
out of danger.
Itepresentntlvo Perry llelmont of
tho First New York district, has
been tendered and accepted the ap
pointment as minister to Spain.
Flora Schmidt, the young woman,
taken to n New lork hospltul' witlr
syinptoniB resembling yellow fever,
died. An autopsy showed thatthef
omnil lietl of nbnte feiistriteH, not
A Philadelphia court Issued mi
attachiiieu't'rtgiilnst'lleely fof tori
tempt of court lu refusing to pro
duce tho modrl "oflds motor as
ordered. Koely was subsequently
committed to the county prison till
ho should purgohhnself of contempt
by compliance with tho order of
Vol'iln l'rooi Col'tiilll..
Cokvau.is. Or Nov. 18. Two
850-pound black bears were killed
on the John Smliltfnrm, near Soap
meek, yesie'day, by four hunters
fiomCoivullls. They had been kill
ing Mock In that neighborhood.
A gas machino was received from
Newark, N. J., for tho chemical
laboratory of tho agilcultural col
lege, Tuesday, to be used for heating
purposes in experiments. Uniforms
for the students were ordered Wed-
4 A lliiriilnj; Sttatntr.
From a gentleman who Just ar
rived In tho city from Newport, It Is
learned that there was a coullagra
tlon oil thu waters last night. From
tho light house ut Yaquliiu It was
plainly visible, and the whblo
heavens and sen were lighted up,
With tho glasses It was seen to bo u
vessel of some kind being consumed,
but tho tide was going out ami there
was no way of gaining further par.
tlculars, and he left before the tldo
came In this morning. Thu sceuu Is
pictured by our Informant as ono of
Newport and Ynipilim ho reports
as booming quite nicely. Travel is
heavy, and this morning's train wns
Mr. W. H. Morgan, merchant,
Ijlko City, Fla., was tikun with i
severe cold, nttehded with n dls
treaslug rough and running into
consumption in Its first stages. Ho
tried many so-called popular cough
rrmcdlcH and steadily grow worse.
Vau reduced lu llesh, had dllllculty
lu breathing and VaH unable Io sloop.
Finally tried Kings Now Discovery
fiirconsiiinptlon nid found linnie
dlato rl'llel, and after using about a
hulf ditzeu bottles ftAind hluiHulfwull
nud has hail no return of thedls,euuo.
No other remedy can show so uruntl
a reCltrd of cures, as Dr. King's New
lilscovery for consumption giiarau
i ceu m iioiiiHb wnni is
It.TrUil holtlo freo at
Cox's drug store, ,
'l'o-morrow eveidig tlig dkectow
of tho Salem Street Itailwav Co.
will have aineelfng for tlly cdnslder
nthliiohtldH for coiistl-uutlbli ?f"tho
Hue. It is learned that there will bo
ut least four bids for tho lino com
plete, mill lMjrluipH scyerul for partial
Searlo k Deaili) mid O'C'oi'iuor t
iliirr, contractoi'soriiio Ol P.J will
Tib lieru with bids, as alwi will
several Piirtlund partlbs. John K.
Woods, n roiuluent ICust Portland
contractor, is now lu the city look
ing up tho mutter, and several
others aro oxpected on this evo
A Ute rail.
A half dozen omlgrutit wagons, all
tho way from MImhoiitI, pissid
through the city ywturduy morning
hound for tho AVIIlumolto valley.
'I'lwiv will Iim Iti lunlf If tliuv riMiili
their destliuitlitii this full as thu road
over tho Cascades must tto well nigh
ImpuMdble for wagons. llaker City
Hlutkillo sliow llmt mVenty lr evnt of
thepMtpleofilut Unllwl Htttta itm sulfw-
iroiu tun iiwiua i iim wii
miw. A lUHIItl Dull
UuelUtetI,oAiu ruu ImWi that twi
MMirk, llrlkht's iIImmm whMi eurrun otr
MuMMyofmir pftHilnt ituKi, If you
nr altliMxl with any urinary itr kllMy
trouble, mo tiullf how 4til. do nut put It
unruNUl Voo Uu,but pmenrtia pueluukv of
OnsjoH KtdiMiy Tm Mitd tke ttetuHdlbg to
dlmtkxM. It will tureyou.