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WRITi: I0K FKKK ADVICE
hfitrrrw't-.n at.1 N. tt nt valua to you.
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Ml M.SCHOOLof TELEGRAPHY
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lmtallm-nt, rtinitHna ytj to tak U jrcM
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n't Ki4t't at wncm kwn diRtin-l,
huImI li-artna "wrr t thian who
art a mt totally tl-af. Wi ill
t rm tali an Ailtih'a hm
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Phylclo Declare That Appurtenai
Ctl and Mtnu All Ttnd to Pro
mut tha Digestion.
IJIihiit 11 h 11 Hiirliil liiHilliiilnii luin
llt-fll HO aiMtllllMIHly lll;,l k.-. ),y o,,,. ,
truiiiiiiiln rii-rtH In nit-lit yi-nra that
thH illilMIUI't IlUN I.I-I-II ,.., r-HpoilKlL. '
for many uni liu. ly i,.,ilH f duMu- i
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iitntr.Miii.il In AiiiitIiii wiih mild tu
Imvo l,r n klllt-.l ,y inning out. Tlia
ooiiBUtiiiitlim of i-ourHH uriir courM
U'M"1 " 1 In lidd l.y viirloim a.
tliorllli-H to ,i huoiiHlMi.-iit Willi in(i
Hf liml rvrii with iiiiitlniii-il l.nlth. i
Now, nil tln-H- nolloiiH, uerorilliiK to
Pr. II. H. l.t-vi-iiMiiti, urn l.an.il morel
or ll'Hl lM, ll. luhlotl. Illtil-,,v..rl... '
III tlm MiyaloloKy of iIIkkhiIoii (lurln I
Ihn iiihI iln.-n yrura , ,t illHi-n-dlt I
tlm mod.-ni illnni-r. lit- aava. 'I l,i.
vliidliiitii It. Man linn
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U Better! 'KMOj
VI 25c CAEfiyl
V An croc yJ7TJ
Whera She Wat Wobbly.
Kdith la very timid, but alio trlea to
(Jo hor duiy, and not long alnce n-clt-d
a "plH:T bi.foro amne achool vlalt
OM with irrfiit rri-dlt nnd niinar.-iit
fHtal,lhlii.d a roiitliu. of ionrHi-H In the ! f;a1"""1'- II'T mollii-r later compll-
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."n iriiiruurji I'OKiuziinra
of tln ihMlolnKlal .ruirlil.-H upon
whlrh dlK-Mtlon Ih ruiiinli.il. TaUr., for
liiMiiinci., tin. flaliorutc kowiih worn by
lll Wllllll-ll III). I till. l-VI'llllIK KllltH by
tli" liii-n, tlm floral deroralloiiH and
tlii miihlr. Tlii-ro Ik no doubt Hint
nu ll of thi-HK Iti-oiH ni-rvi-M tti iniriioxi'
of 'OiiiumliiK u Ki'lM-rally favorably
miiKo ai'ttliiK for dl..i.stlon. It baH
bi'i-u kIid w n In riTcnt yi-ara that llu
moodx rr.ali-d by tin-Hi- di lalla have u
dln-etly favorabln bi-arhm upon tin-pi-rforiiiaiii'o
of llu dlni-Htlvo function.
' When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Mnrltia Ev ftrmr.r. Ho HmartlriK rrla
li. A.u. V'lli'kir- Tr 11 ..r lr,I.K,
Ulrry vrjkiuj Oritiiiilittrii tyelfla. Illu
Iritll ll-.ok In rm-ti 'iM-kitir. MtiHtin la
r.iiit.n.l.- br imr li.-iitl.i im.i a "I'aiiil Mnd
iim.' tful fl.M In til.-. -tftil I'hrtlriAiit' l'n.41
f.,r IM4HV irtn. Ni.w dlli-if1 u, iiim 1-t.b-lit.
n4 a.-i4 hi liriiMtfl.lt t 'Mm-, ami allu mi It.. ill.
Miirii. Mr rWlt in A.pUl TuImm, Xmi and tou.
Murine) Kv Homody Co., Chloavo
inriilnd and pralHi-d Ikt, t-bpc lally for
not m-i-mltiK ut ull ihtvouh. "Oh, but
I wua ai-ari-d, really, mamma," aim
child rxplaliifd Im-'finiouHly. "I held
my IiiiihIh ut ill. but you aliould bare
Krcn my kna.H
St. Helens Hall
RasiJant and Dr School for Cirli
In rti.rra i,f Nt.tara of Ht.I' ho Itapttat tFpl-cal)
Collaaji.i. A avrl'Mlfi an4 ilatrf; Dapartaaaata,
!. Art, Claxsttoa, A-y ITtltt julaata.
waHMiSM. w r lauuiif atjii
Marconi Scandal Reaches Cli
max in Parliament.
Attorney General Admits Tempting
Lloyd-George and Takes All
Iila me Truce Reached.
TIIK hlTI k airi.moii, Officio
at. II.I.o Hall
Great 8oldler'a Mistake.
Whun (ii'iu'ral Moreau waa lu Kmr I
land lie wa once th victim of a j
rather droll mlHutidiTHtandluK. He :
wua pres. -lit at a concert w here a ploca j
wua auug by the choir wllb the re
frain : j
"Tomorrow, tomorrow." !
I In vlnic a very Imperfect knowletlKu '
of KiikIIkIi, Ii fancied It to bn a can- '
lata Riven in bla honor, and thought
he dlntlnKulkhi'd tln wordn:
"To .Moreaii, to Morenu."
Kuril tlimi the refrain wna repeated ,
he roao to hla feet and gracefully !
bowed on all hIiIch, to the Kreat ni'ti n-1
iHhiiient of the HiHllenre, who did Dot;
know what to make of It. I
6tlll Demand for Flints. '
Millions of fllntN are produced An
nually In KiiKland by "knnppers," who
uae much the same tools and work In
much the ri.iuie manlier an did the
men of the Neolithic iik". The fllnta
ko to Africa, South America and
China. Flintlock imixkctrt are Mill
imed by many iiinroiH lu the di ptlin
of Africa, nnd nhipmcnts of the bitH
of atone find ready market In the be
Three High Mountains.
Mount Mitchell la the most lofty
mountain lu the eastern part of the
1 United SI.Ui-h. It la located In Yancey
county, N. '., and according to the
I'nlted Stated (ieoloKlcal Survey III
, 6.711 feet above aea level. There are
i two other mountains' In the Appalach
; Inn ajutcni above 6.O11O feet Mount
Inyol in TenneHKee, B.fr.tJ feet, and
Mount WmthlnKtou, In New Hamp
shire, 6.233 fet.
DAISY FLY KILLER
plat4 tarvhtn, at
ii-x-ta autt mil. all
llr.;.. Ultl all
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bvri 1 wul ai t ll ot
it.) ura aar th lnr
r.' iran'avil "lwrti.
tolA tf 4alra, av
4 ay nt I f iarais
KaJUu iWauaa, im iMAaia At. lmUr . ti
Urn thrfftr n lull, thlnir. lib. Mulnr. Ikm't
Wpt tlr tit l.luirtf. A.k fur Kl CruM iltij
BiiM. Ui .tlrs s...l v.lu. blut.
I aee by your paper that you hava
published In the Duncan newa depart
ment what you called a dance at my
house and the ctatrmenta made are
entirely falsa. True, w had a few ot
our neighbors to spend the evening
and some pups from Duncan came
entirely without Rny Invitation whatr
ever, and when they camo they were
Klven to understand that they were
not wanted. Thornbury (Out.) Herald
"Canna Ya Boo, Ya Brute?"
Kcv. Maiwell Nicholson, when min
ister of an KdiuburKli parlnh, wim cull
ed upon to marry a couple lu humble
life, and In the rourne of the cere
mony he thrice unked tb bridegroom
whether lie took "this woman" as hla
wedded wife without eliciting a reply.
At last the patience of the bride was
fairly overtaxed and she thus politely
addressed her lord and master. In the
hearing of the nui'iiilile- friends,
"Canna yo boo, ye brute!"
Snake Into Tour Shoe
Allen's rm-K. a r""W th. fo-i. It rows)
painful, .wolk-ii. nwirtlns. wttne: fwt. Makia
nmhuMW, ,y .11 llniirrtl an.l Sh.
4HIIM. I..n a-nrt ."V H'll-iiliH". Humiikl
Ikl.K. AiWrwi. A.S. OlriMlwI. IKuf. N. I.
Out of Hla Class.
Tho yotiiiK man with a perpendicu
lar measurement of six feet and
breadth III proportion had asked the
demure little maiden of four feet, alx
Inches, to marry him. "Harold," nhe i
said. flashliiR u resentful Klance up j
at him. "that Isn't fair! It Isn't sport- ,
manlike! Take one of your own Blze!"
ilinks had an Idea. Taking tho
phonograph horn be attached It to the
vncuum cleaner. "Now," ho aald. "let I
your flies come on!" I
Will Ba Costly Undertaking. i
To bore the deepest hole In the
world .an opening In Sileslu 7.350 foot
deep, cost more than $10 a foot.
Take Long Time to Hatch.
Kens laid by n New Zealand lizard
require fourteen months to hatch.
We are ambitious, be It aald, al
though the cost of llvlng'a high. We
want to earn, beside; our bread, our
daily pickles and our pie.
RM ('mm lllue rlrrt doubW valua for yam
tnott.y. sum twit, m far m anjr oUi.r. Amk jrou
In reporting another motor bua ac
cident In which a workman waa the
victim a dally paper says: "The) wheels
passed over his dinner-can and for a
few minutes he waa stunned." We only
wonder that he was not killed outright
from Injuries to no vital a part Tat-ler.
Covers for Books.
Old brocades and tapestries make
beautiful covers for books temporary
covers, nnd are suited to the annoying
telephone book, the dictionary and the
like. These bits of Interesting stuffs
also make fittings for the work table,
cushions and needlo books and Tie
w ith tho beautiful leather equipments.
Simple Test of Tea.
A tea test Is to reduce a few leaves
to a powder on a sheet ot whit pa
per, and If there Is artificial coloring
it will bo noticeable on the paper.
Paaa the Plate.
A good-for-nothing The churchgoer
who doesn't contribute. Judge.
Building Material at Factory Price
Any jiart of a House, Ham or Garago at an
absolute saving from 40 to 50 per cent.
Buy Direct From the Manufacturer
and Save Money.
Send for our Big Free Catalog
IT TELLS THE STORY
W will pivc the small consumer tho same careful atten
tion aa that accorded to tho man spending thousands of dol
lars. A trial will prove the truth of our statement. Kve-ry
article sold rovered by our absolute guarantee of satisfaction
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j Also for Salt Rheum, Tet
ter, Psoriasis, Lupus,
' and All Skin
! All akin troublea atiould be attacked
from within by giving the blood circula
tion a good dully buth. Thle la acconv
pushed with S. 8. 8., the best known and
most highly recommoniled blood purifier
aver discovered. Its action la very rapid.
Ita vegetable, nature Is auch that It nat
urally goes rlKht Into the blood, saturates
th entire circulation, bathes th tissues
with an Influence that enables th akin
to heal quickly. Tho action of 8. 8. 8. la
that of an antidote, and this fact has
' b..n d.monstratix! tlm and tlm again
i In th most saver forma of wa.plng
I It Induenc In th tissue where th
tiny arteries transfer th red blood for
th worn out hloud to th vein la quit
remarkable and goes on constantly with
every tick of the clock the beat of the
And new skin Is thus caused to form
while th germs of Irritating Influence
! that causa eczema are scattered and their
harmful nature entirely suspended.
I B. B. 8. has a wonderful tonlo influence
I In the blood because It contain no
"dope, la not a physio. Is entirely fre of
' any mineral drugs or any other drugs
1 axoept th remarkable madlclna! effect of
i th pur vegetable product of which it
Few peonl realize how harmful are
many of the strong, crude olntmanta that
used to bo In favor before they learned
that 8. 8. 8. Is safe, speedy and sure.
Ask at any drug store tnr a bottle of
8. 8. 8. Ulva It a good trial and you will
anon aee a dechlrd Improvement ia any
i form of akin trouble. Write to Tbe Swift
Boaclflo Co.. leo Kwtft KUIg.. Atlanta. Oa..
for special free advice on ectema and any
ther form of skin or blood trouble.
lo not allow anyone to palm off a cheap
substitute for B. H. 8. You will be
grievously disappointed If you do. There
U aothlng ele "Ju.t aa good'' aa 8. B. B.
London For the first time in many
years British cabinet members were
compelled to defend their personal
honesty before parliament. The at
torney general, Sir Kufus Isaacs, and
the chancellor of the exchequer, David
Lloyd George, excused their dealing in
American Marconi shares on the floor
of the house, and the final scene in the
Marconi affair, which their political
enemies had attempted to magnify
into a scandal rivalling the Panama
debacle, was tense and dramatic.
The two ministers admitted that
they had acted thoughtlessly and mis
takenly, though without dishonest in
tentions, and regretted their failure to
divulge all the facts when they had
made their denials to the house last
October of buying English Marconi
Having finished their defense, in
deference to the tradition that the
house should be left to discuss their
conduct without the embarrassment of
their presence, they walked from the
chamber together. A great cheer j
from their partisans followed them.
The resolution introduced by George
Cave, Unionist, in behalf of the oppo
sition, which brought about the de
bate, went no further than to express
the regrets of the house at the trans- I
actions of the ministers and the lack
of frankness displayed towards the
By expressing their regret, thereby
agreeing with the resolution, the two
ministers spiked the guns of their bit
terest opponents, who regarded the
case as an opportunity to make polit
This comparatively tame ending to
a fierce controversy was apparently
the result of a truce between the
party leaders to protect the good name
of the parliament. The Liberals were
threatening, if attacked unreasonably,
to resurrect all the buried shortcom
ings of the Conservative ministers
from almost forgotten graves.
Keeping the Body in Repair
Nature intended that the body thould do its own
repairing and it would do no were it not for the
fact that moat ofua live other than a natural life.
Nature didn't intend that w should wear corsets, tight collars or
shoes, nor live in badly ventilated and draughty houses, nor eat and
drink soma of the things that w. do, nor ml. ia street ears when we should walk.
The consequence Is that th body when it gets out of order must look tot out
side help to make th aeceaaary repairs.
For weak stomachs and the Indigestion ordyapepsfa resulting, and th moltltnd
ofdinea.es following ihrefrom. no mdirine ran h. nv-r. adnitll aa a curative
agent than UK. PIEKCE'S UOUJfcN MEDICAL DISCO V Lit Y.
This famous Doctor's prescription has been recommended or over 40 yeara,
and Is today ju.t as big a success, itmtores a healthy appetite. Cleanses the blood.
Strengthens lha nerves, he gu la lea stomach and liver, ttemand th. original.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
Sold In Liquid or Tablet form by Dealers In Medicine
SOTtd 31 on .-cent stamp, to 0.7 eoat of malting only on a free ropy of Dr. Here's Com
avm ttwiM Medical AUvimt. 10U4 imsm. cloUibuuad. AdUrw. Dr. Piere. Bulfakt N. X.
COURT CALLED IT CRUELTY
Method of Negro Lion Tamer Met
With the Decided Diaapproval
of Engliah Judge.
Lady Helmsley was a witness In an
Interesting case heard at York, in
which a uegro lion tamer named Al
bert Maccomo was summoned for cru
elly terrifying a lioness, and Albert
Manders, menagerie proprietor, -)f Old
ham, was summoned for permitting
the animal to be terrified, says tbe
London I'all Mall Gazette.
Manders was at the York Martin
mas fair, In November, and Lady
Helmsley was told by one ot the at
tendants that the lioness had already
caused the death of one man and at
tacked two others, and that Maccomo
would at the peril of his Jite enter
Lady Helmsley described how the
animal was frightened by noises and
by the Insertion Into the cage of red
hot bars. She was so disgunted with
the performance that she left and re
ported the matter to the police.
Further evidence was called to show
that the man entered the cage for a
few moments, firing blank cartridges
while he was Inside.
Manders was fined 20 shillings and
costs, and Maccomo 10 shillings and
Mothers will And Mrs. Wlnslow-s Booth I n
Syrupine Ik.i remedy to use tot tneir chUdraa
Auriag ine teething period.
WILSON CALLS AT CAPITOL
Crowd Cheers as in Campaign Days
When President Waves Hat.
Washington, D. C President Wil
son made another trip to the capital
Thursday and this time did not get
away as inconspicuously as on prev
ious occasions. A large crowd had
gathered to hear a band concert on the
east front of the capitol and when the
President arrived there were cheers
and applause, reminiscent of campaign
days. The President rose in his au
tomobile and waved his hat to the
The President had on his list 20 sen
ators, Republicans as well as Demo
crats, and saw them all within an
hour. He consulted them about ap
pointments of all kinds in their home
states. It had been thought that he
would take advantage of his opportun
ity to sound his callers on their atti
tude toward currency legislation.
General Strike Is Called.
Charleston, W. Va. A general
strike of miners in the New River
coal field, district No. 29, United
Mineworkers of America, will be
called next week, according to an an
nouncement of Thomas Haggerty,
member of the international miners'
board. Fifteen thousand men are em
ployed in the New River field.
Whether the 15,000 miners will be
idle depends upon what concessions
may be granted by the operators. It
is believed that some of the operators
within the next few days will grant
terms agreeable to their employes. In
all such instances, it is intimated,
such operators will be protected when
the strike comes.
Here We Have Not The Time.
The hotels of Europe come la for
commendation from an observer, who
points bis moral with this Incident:
"The European hotel manager who, at
our departure, came to our cab door,
bowing his thanks for our patronage
and presenting Mrs. B. with a bouquet
of roses, left us with a sense of pleas
ure and a desire to return which I
have never experienced on leaving any
hotel In this country."
War Is a hangover from the days
when men ate their flesh hot from the
kill and not from the fire. Will Lev
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar
coated, easy to take as candy, regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bow
els and cure constipation.
Simply Do One's Best.
Everything that happens to us
leaves some trace behind It, every
thing contributes imperceptibly to
form us. Yet often It is dangerous to
take a strict account of that. For,
either we grow proud and negligent
or downcast and dispirited: and both
are equally Injurious In their conse
quences. The safe plan Is, always
simply do the task that lies nearest
A friend's three-year-old little girl,
upon being asked If she would like
some vegetable soup, replied: "I would
Ilk some more soup, but I don't want
any more of the garbage."
"How about your geometry? I want
you to do something in that." "W1L
It's this way, father. Unless I mak
a certain percentage In football, tbey
won't let me take the geometry at
a wlaWiisiis' j g titTiel.
If you have not perfect
digestion, liver activity
and bowel regularity.
These should be daily
functions in order to main
will help you when those
organs become weak and
lazy. We urge a trial to
day. INSIST ON HOSTETTER'S
Well Mated Pair.
Manager I am lookmg for a man I
can trust Applicant And I'm look
ing for a man who will trust me. W
ought to get along fine.
Tom "What's the difference be
tween betting and bluffing?" Jack
"A good deal." Yale Record.
Demand is Made on Dunne.
Springfield, III Twenty-six mem
bers of the Progressive party its full
strength in the Forty Eighth General
Assembly called on Governor Dunne
and presented a demand that he sign
the woman suffrage bill without delay.
Governor Dunne had already delivered
the bill to Attorney General Lucey,
with a request for an opinion aa to its
validity. The Progressives demanded
official approval of the bill without
waiting for any opinion from the at
torney general and without regard to
what the opinion may be when given.
American Loss 14 Men.
Washington, D. C Fourteen Amer
ican soldiers were killed in the recent
four days of fighting on Jolo island in
the Philippines when General Persh
ing's command finally subdued and dis
armed the rcbellous Moros, according
to a report iust received by the War
On the list of dead were Captain
Taylor A. Nichols, of the Philippine
Scouts, 1 1 scouts and two privates of
the regular army.
Hessian Fly Appears.
Stella. Neb. The Hessian fly has
made its appearance in the wheat
fields of Southeastern Nebraska and
reports of slight damage have been
made by the farmers. Seventeen-year
locusts are thick in the orchards of
this locality, but have done no damage
HAD MUCH PAIN
Tells How Lydia E.Pinkham'
Vegetable Compound made
Her a Well Woman.
Chippewa Falls, Wis. "I have al
ways bad great confidence in Lydia E.
I'inkham s Vegeta
ble Compound as I
found it very good
for organic troubles
and recommend it
highly. I had dis
ache and pains
when standing on
my feet for any
length of time, when
I began to take the
medicine, but I am
In fine health now. If I ever have those,
troubles again I will take Lydia E. Fink
ham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs.
Ed. Ferron, 818 High St, Chippewa
Providence, R. I. "I cannot speak
too highly of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound a3 it has done won
der for me and I would not be without
It. I had organic displacement and
bearing down pains and backache and
was thoroughly run down when I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. It helped me and I am in the
best of health at present I work In a
factory all day long besides doing- my
housework so you can see what it has
don for me. I give you permission to
publish my name and I speak of your
Vegetable Compound to many of my
friends." Mrs. Abril Lawson, 123
Lippitt St. Providence, R.L
MR. A B. POWELU
Dmi Sin n.rlns mffeiwd with itonrh
trmbl. for . nn ruber of yean, and tried a
imat many dor-tori and . great many iro
pnetary prenratiOi. but obtained no per
manent reli.f until 1 too. yonr stomach
remedy, and am rlciiMNt to aay that 1 hav. a.
fnrtber stomach trouhl. and nan eat atiy
thin. 1 deaire and s'.ner no bad reieiltft. 1 am
. profeealonnl nnnw havinr- nnrse-i for
yara. soma of th. time for Dr. Holb ot New
York Otty. th. rroatot reialist on child
ren's disuses : also hvl charx. of W ardner
Hospital st Wsrdner. Idaho, for two nan
Sine leernin. by my own ezir'ene th.
.re.! b.neHt fro-n th. nee of I'ow-U'e Stom
ach IWiuedy. 1 have recomniendt-d it to a
reat many for children and sd-.ilta. and In
each ea It has been remitrkal-lo for th.
rood it has done. 1 cheerfully recommend
it to anyone suffering with an kind of stom
ach trouhle. as 1 am nnsious to aid anyone
sunertn. from sickness of any kind, and I
have never known of medicine to compare
with 1'owell s blomach Kemciy for all kinds
of stomach trouble. I ours truly.
222 Boon. kv.
"DIDN'T HURT A BIT"
u what they all say
r4WJ1.iiVejaja. p, i yp?mm
ple can hav. th.h.
p-lata and b rid co
work finished in on.
day if necessary.
An abaolut. auar
antoa. backed by S
Wise Dental Co.
S A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays 9 la I
Phonttt A 2029: Maia 2029.
ralUa Bid., Third and Washington. Portland
oui ur iuyyn
mn ieapiT Tvt"rTiTf tr .
rieBti of H'H-FoiioartfAaa,
C. GEE WO
Ih Chlneae doctor.
T17 one tnorv if jam himbmn Jrcorinff wlffc
ftfcb on ni lht on tnd hv not oMinM pf.
fetuivnt rl(t. Lot thi sttvnsc nmir hele-r '.u.t
no jour nti prtwrti- sjon'tJ rDttlv whi
action l qnU-h. fur nd unf. IHi pr'ri,tiona
r tviripoand-! from Kiw, UtThi, Hinia and.
rarka tbt ba bii jTb !-. frt'ro entry qnr-It-rot
th slol. Th rH'r. of th Dt4icin
ar not known to th rnrii world, hut hr ta
hax1 down from (atiusr U aaj im llu phjauHaaa
fauUitw la Cauw.
Tf tou Ut rmt of town and oannot, rail, writ tot
atrroptoiB blao and circular, ancloainn 4 oanta ia
THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
1621 first St., Cor. Morrison
P. N. U.
No. 23, '13
writ In to atlsit-rtv pi ;
tton thM tapr.