The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891, September 09, 1892, Image 4

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    tMaswiears' Imnm tiwMaay. j
I)i Oeraany th taw ot CMnpttlaory
InranuMM talMt old ara and Infirmity,
(MMd la June, complet th pro
irtmsM ot hgtaUtion for iinprvvina the.
condition of the working elaaaea which
h (set forth in th Imperial rescript of
MU. It tfftota mot the 18,000,000
iwopla, gtvtag tuam aa Inalienable legal
claim to mpport la raaeeof Infirmity
ad In old kg
Th tamraao U compulsory la all tu-
Austria! oaoupaaoa upon perttoi over
litsM yr of m of DOth MIM,
CUrte sad tndsna'i armrtlce who
do aot earn nor than 9300 a year also
urtloipat, oat asatstauta and appren
tice la dnutgtta' ahopa ar excluded.
Sumption from compulsory tnturaneo
la mated to Mnou who work fur
food, ckrthe and lodgtug only, and who
teeem no pay, or who ar wily la tern
Horary mloymat
Th pension tor old af wrtd from
about twwtyffr doUan to fifty dollar
a year, and la granted to every Insured
paraoo who has ooinpieteu ui mvuuu
year, trratpttittT of hti ability to tarn a
nvalihood, provided h dot not already
draw a pewum for lnonuity, in in
: ImMy pensioa variea from about twen
livwTvadollantoovara hnndrwl dol
, lan,a4tovD4tmtpctivotav,to
parsons who ara penneaeuuy incapaev
tatad from srnln a living.
In order to eeuUiah a claim to a pen
ion under th Gorman law, oontribu
tlooa. retrulatal by th amount of arn-
tan. muit b paid for a prtflbd
period. Th maanj of paying panttont
ar obtained by food contribution now
th imperial treasury, added to regular
payment on th part of th employer
aad mpioyeo.xouw uompamon.
Th BIm4 Ctrwslataa KldljN
Medical worker bar mad many cu
riouaanwimenta, bnt none more won
derful than that by which thy w
tatnedth exact tint required for the
, blood to make on entire trip through
the system, which all student of phyw-
ology know meana a complete circula
tion through the long, value, arteries
and general capillary arrangement.
Pmfeaeor Dal ton, Hering, PoiaaentUe,
Mattenod and Blake hate been the chief
tnTetttxator In thla line, the tint named
ha Tin become more eminent In thia
nertlonlar branch of rewarch from
havtac the emrieno of the other to
fortify hlmeelf with. All the old school
anatomiat believed that a considerable
time elapsed, aay from three to nine
minutes, from th tim when the blood
left the right eide of th heart, traversed
th whole tyetem and then attain re
turned to the atarting point; uaiton na
ahown that the time la much ehortor
than wa formerly generally suppoiwd.
He aayai "Doaen of carefully tabu
lated tetta of thia somewhat wtreordi-
nary anbject ahow that th blood of
man make a complete circulation once
Terr fifteen to twenty-five encomia, ac
cording to the physical condition of the
object experimented upco. St. Lout
Sepohuc,
Twe Cpltaphs,
Remarkable are two epitaph, th firet
of which i aaid to be upon a tombstone
In th city of Sacramento: "Here I laid
Daniel Borrow, who waa born In Sorrow,
and Borrowed little from Nature except
hi nam and hi love to mankind aud
hatred to redakmat who waa nerertbe
1m a lentleman and a dead (hot; who,
thronch a long life, never killed hi
man except in aelf defense or by acci
dent, aad who, when he at but went
under, beneath th bullet of hi cow
ardly enemie in th taloon of Jeff Mor
, lie, did ao la th anr and certain hope
of a iloriooa and eeeriaenng Horrowr
Th other, which belong to a MeTada
borytng place, la a noteworthy achieve
ment in thia Una. "Sacred to the
' Memory of Bank Honk-the Whitest,
Biggeet-hearted, and Beet-known Stage
driw of th Wt; who waa kind to All
aad Thought 111 of None. lie Lived in
a Strang Era, and waa a Hero, and th
. Wheel of hia Coach ar now Kinging en
Oolden 8treeta."--Chamberr Journal.
trt tat the riurut.
In Ilartford there I a inwwwion of
treat named a follow! &iwrd,
Hmlth, Grand, Flower, HwIpu. Edward
Smith ought certainly to have a grand
Bower gwdtm to occupy aomany itm-ta.
Melian' Monthly.
Horace Greeley once dMcrilwd a very'
tatuottt literary wonmu of th hurt gen-'
ration a "a great woman aud a greater,
bor. ller talk wa uioeaauit." I
It I a cuiious faot tliMt Hie late Eal
of Yarboroutth aliould have married a
lady named Hare, and the pnwmt on a
lady named Fox.
llmUjr't I'Unn ntf Omn.
Hon. Ihuilel F. lUmtt.v, the gn-nt or-
gau and piano ummimctunt, I imiiki
lug and ahimung more ortm and
uaii tlian ever, in if7u air, imuiy
luft hiiiiie a txmuitcN nUiw-tiov, and by
111 Indomitable will hit hit worked lf
way upati aa to acil ao tr, nearly 10,tKt
of Realtv'annmn and u antMalnee 1IK
Nothing aeem U tllahturteii him: t
ataclea lid In hi way that would have
wrecked any omiiwry mau rowvor, no
turu to au advertlaement and conn
out tw It brighter thnu ever. Hut
inatruinenta. aa la well known, are
very popular and nw to iw nnnrn in an
nnrta or i it wnriti. m are inioniitni
that durliiir the next tn year he ln-
lumU to mill 'Hm.otHi more of III make.
That meana a bualneaa of taWw V
w avenige them at SHweaen,. u i ai
readv the largo IhihIih of (he kind
In existence. H eml to Daniel V. Ih-ntty,
Waalilngton, tw Jeraey, fortwlakiguo
W. TAYLOR,
GENERAL JOBBER.
tlo (iimlcnliiir mul lioune clcuu
tug, mul itiitko a HinuMulty of clittit
lug Hint myinn 'itrHt, wlmlow
t'lcnnluu, whttwtutliliiK, otc,
latitve onvit at Y. O. Cook's
fvmilturostorp,
Independence, Or.
E. L. KETCHUM, M.D.
OilUv urn! hwiiloiii. minttfnt Itallmad and
Mmiitioiith nutt'l",
INDCCCNDCNCK, OBCOON.
jural & so;i,
DRUGGISTS.
Wo hnvo iiiHt oimmhmI now ilrtia
alow In MmiiiHititli, which wo hitve
fltttMl tin wllh it oiHinileto lino of
tlriiLit anil drtiiririst Bumlriw. Our
Htofk laturi.frH. lu-lichUiutit now.
t)ur mim will Imi rtnaonlK anil
hv ftiir lUmlinir nml courlmlmit-
nwnt, we hop t4 wvurc ft litt of
your pntrouugtt. I'reHoripnoiw ho
tnimtoiy oihhiiimuhi.
Monmouth, Oregon
The uudondrfiiod would nav Hint we
are iivtnrd to do nil Minis of
110
At the nitwt ntiiia1ili rulca,
a call.
(live lie
PITTS & MILLARD,
Auixtttttfd to K. tt. Kranl,
Independence, Ore.
W. G. SHAKMAN,
Merchant Tailor!
C STRUT, OPPOSITE POtTOfflCE.
Suits in Any Style Made to Order
AT HK.tatIN AHLK KATK.
Of
CUQCNC.
Kelt wslnn betfina nn Mmdny, the
UHb dy of Meplomber, INy.'.
Tulllonrree.
Four (HinrmMi; oIhmion), isiilifto, lit
erurv. nml a atlorl F.UfllUll flonwe. in
which Ihrro w no I.aUn. (rw-k, Krvnoli
nor tleruiau. The F.iibIihIi I iire emt.
ueiitly utiimiMMi otinree. For ealitloguee
or other information, addrten,
J. W. JllKNltOK,
lreulebt.
The Oreiii
State Normal School
o : r
J. n
w
boaro or rcccnts:
Kiiliiiflnlil. I'nwidont:
V. Ihiili-r, S-cjctry. Fx oflloio: III T.x
et-lli-mr (lnvirnnr Hylveter l'ennnyer
II. m ! II. Mi-Kirov, ttuiwrtnliinilcut
ruhlieliwlrnetitin; llou.ll. W. Moltride.
s...r.,i,.t i.r Minl: Him, JnoouYoorbtt
III. ii. A, Noltiicr, 4. V. Wlni, Hon. W
II ltolmtM, Alfrtnl Lory, lloti. 1
Hulcy, Hun. J. J. lUiy.
The 8lt Normal i a liv clnd, rap-
Idly growing, ami coiilimimiy biiiuk
: f,!iltll for tint ajwelal Iraming or
tenntwM, l' gnulunlc are in ilpmand to
till gued ptiuu. A m nf eilily pr
eit in llcndiitic w ml lil par.
An enrollnifiit of WW I aniieipaletl for
the nelt yr. New meoiliora lie buen
adtliid l lb fticiilly, and mtditioaal
appamiiw bM btru aupphed.
F, R. Neale.
H. A. Smith.
livJ
EALE 1 1
PI
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ITU
DEALERS IN
EAT
FIRST-CLASS
We have established a Meat Market in the
stand formerly known as the People s Meat
Market. You can depend on always Imding
THE VERY BEST
Of everything in our line. Our market will
be kept neat and clean, and patrons can de
lend upon courteous attention and lair acai
ng on every occasion.
Our Market is always stocked with the best
FRESH and SALT MEATS,
SAUSAGE, BOLOGNA, etc.
All Goods Delivered Free
To alt Parts of the City.
Harness,
j,
g. Itet
proprietor f
Saddles,
Whips,
is,
Oil
Robes,
and Brus
&
aii iThulH Dane at
IfriMOiuible IUIJ.
Arents for the u. r. wan.
All bill tllUKt tm Nettled l? H ", wl ! I
at-u moil'"- ii
Indcindcnw.JcK
mus.Xm. iiurlby,
ICniiaerjt rMcy.Oooda
Kt w tBdjienDfl lUtio!
NnaraaoMca. ' "
SeKntiae Arloaa
BEfiTTV
Calehrat1
ORGANS AND PIAN08.
For t'ataliui atWreea,
DANIEL F. BEATTV, Wwhington, H i.
From
TKMIAL-nr IJtTEIWOB
I'tilSTri Uie
j f l titt W. tlt
a4.
Gl. SMVERUD & CO
3 -Si,
11 CHARLES
.HOTSL
Leading Hotel of the Northwest
4 oiaioa aTaiT
teee4 oilOMTa, oto.
a,r iu.ii uuxn .t i.r w K rjEf, "K L
S titnimt $mtmn
imi imw(. T".nz:. r. r,v.i
l'VLluJU,Kl Ufwlmir, Mm tu.
Klriroit. HyArnMr li.aiif,i-in'".
U.HKI f-lanmiil n.tu.i i"J wllh lh ll"e- VT "j
C. W. KNOWLCS, PBOFHIKTOH
Cur, Front na Matnwn,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
EAST ANO 80UTH
Ml 1 1
H is the DINING-CAR fXL'll'. It
rui i Thi-o' gri Veil buld lr'i.
Every Dy In t):e Yr to
ST. PAUL
end
CHIC AC O
rii.HHUf Dl NINO 'AI M
M!IH'1, riilliiwH Mii'wing
Uxni Klwiwra ol liit
ijiiiii'iit,
TOURIST SLEEPING CAR8,
iet llml ;'" ciiriH-ii'il. ; till
in lii'li ttriiiiiiin'(la i'Hi re
both frwfam! fiirnlaliwl f'r
lioklcrH of flrat or my
oiul elww ticket,
and
ELEGANT DAY CiCKES.
m
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SOUTHERN PACIFIC HOUTt
SHASTA LiltfH.
Uam Tlu lf rurtUnd DIlr.
TtSrtET
lb bit f "f
b a anuwatitntwr,
1 gill0yif IsHttr
1 axi-h Ht alfia f M'
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lit P. X.
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.v, Altmny Ar.
Af. Kn Kfum-limi l.v.
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tl.i.tl.l...hl tW.llll-.r... - '--l
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UiT5 " " ' "-r""r
I . .. : ... im ...trf. but ludtt
1 Conlinucus Lies, C:
with all li::s,
mm'
UH
ctir.g
Am.r.lli. 1lrt nd u:.lnlmilM Int
. ...I l-e ...ill, but luiltt.iri-
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t. i.,t. i .r.ui i! i.. v.,.-;.
!, nj only It fullowlii tHno
nuril. ..I a.-im.ai K(Mll'orUnil.MWot IV.
a ...iLUf u. mia, Aiiy. i i.i'H. aiwWi. lii
ii.ni.inif, JuiKiiua VIWi "u
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Bossburg Mail Daily.
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THBOOGH TICKETS
A. D. CHARLTON,
ANil.lrn OrnfnU r'irifT Ait,
(in. Ul Jr'iral. .Uwl, a V tulimglun,
PORTLAND, OR.
JAMES GIBSON, LOCAL AGENT
Independence, Oregon,
lnvn.
riirMmiil .... 'K A..
HiutKlitinr.. .. A. M,
The Leading Normal School of the
Northwest.
rtlla4ilptla rru.u.
Philadelphia preUel are a thing by
thenuelTe: that la, the gonuine Phila
delphia pretael la, but nnacrapulmu
aaanafaetarer bare bees making imi
tation with machinery which have
erred to leeaen the high itandard raised
by th repatation of the homemade
pretaeL The pretael eanie over with
th Dutch, and It 1 etill fonnd in It
original parity In Lancaeter and Bork
eonntlM, th Inhabitant of which hare
been to many generation in thia coun-
try that they ar enable to (peak their
mother tongue, xney nara not oeeo
her long enough to learn Engliah, o
they make their pretael a they were
taoght, and talk the language which
they bar maanfaotured. New York
' Ban. ";
, IWMmd Are TalnuM.
. Few penon know how very neful
agenda pror when employed a ma
nor. Applied to th root of vine.
fruit tree, roeee, eto., they tiniiart a
rigor and rapidity of growth which in
perfectly urprUdng. No one who is o
lucky a to have a garden ahould wanto
thl valuable form of manure. It i an
Moellent plan to have a large tub, and
, nut the eoapeud and dirty water into it
till required upon the garden. I'hila- j
delphla Ledger.
MdllD Lk.
Medicine lake la a wonder that draw
many vkitor annaally-fabodyof water
that doe not contain a living thing, and
at certala hour of the day in full of a
jrelatinoo. spongelilte inbetanoe thut
ink and leave the water clear. At
the lake are two mountain, one of pure
obsidian, the other of pumice etous in
layer. Potter Four Corner.
The Fowar of Ob.rTtlon,
The Bank Clerk If a ihame the way
ome men rob their employer by loafing
when they're paid to work. There' a
bricklayer on that new building acron
the (treet who hasn't done a stroke for
an hour I know it, because I've done
nothing but watch him. London Tit-
Bit.
Out of thirty-two oltie with popula-'
tiont muring from 200,000 to 60.WO
all but on ar using the electric rail
way system.
Bight or Wrong.
Which will ye have? It doe aeem
aa if some folks prefer to have thehisi
condition of tbe liver rather than thu
first. They perpetually dose them
aelvoi with purgatives totally with
out virtue as alterative of liver trouble
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is the
miccessful candidate for the pnople'n
Ahnlce. and vet. popular arm well
. known as it Is. there are unfortunates
who kwn on trvinir the drastic renw
die of former days. Itmto the ln-
filltirent nortion of the nuhllo thut the
well-known and long tried protties
of the b ttera anneal, iteason snouiu
lm guided bv experience in the matter
of medication. "The best ituide to our
feet is the lamp of experience," said a
great patriot of the early revolutionary
imriod. and the exclamation Is preg-
nant with truth. For ove a third of
a century the bitters dally has mot with
the indorsement of people suffering
from liver complaint, malaria, consti
pation, rheumatism, debility, mid
troubles accompanied by dyspepsia.
Latterly it has declared itself arid been
thoroughly approved as a remedy for
"la grippe,"
A diploma from the school ntiiU one to tmtflli iu auy county in the lal with
uiil niriuer e inmioniiun.
Normal. Normal Advanced. Ihwine-. Mue, nd Art JVpartineula. Kpeeial
tdvanUgua in Vocal and luilrumeotal Music. .
A tear at cbol lor fMU. Tutlioo reiiiwu id numm, nun v......... .......
per term of Uu weoka. Board at Normal Pining Ball, i- t'r ! inrowuru
' 11 ..... - L 1J .... 4 ....I l.l..,.,., nrimila flimillH. 8,1. .VI Mir Wvk. 1'I1-
i.t..i .,,,,1 i,....iii,f,.i I.U..IM.I,. Knulnnin. Kirst term nwna Hniilenitier M ror
oataloitue addreaa 1. CAMl Ufclili, A, J., rreiueo.
Or J. SI. TOW l.LU A. St., Vice i-reaumui.
THE CITY RESTAURANT
Jist Opened-
MEALS AT ALL -H-Otrj&is
Tlie house ltna Ih-cii neatly furnWieil througiiotiL
with the bent the nmrkut attorn. A snare oi
Is finpoctfully aollclted.
The table will be areail
your patronage
aepl
South Main Street, Independence, Or.
ELLA FENNELL, Proprietress.
FAIR
hE3:o.G-tlio Following: IBaxg'alrLQ
I.ailien' IiiiUiriKirnii riblied vet.ta....
J.aiUw' Jtr.ey riiibed Vi-wls
Ludit'H' Jersey nlibt'tl veeU, with slvovo,,,,
All silh vt'ilhiK, (r yard
Clothes bnii-luiH
Hair lirushea
Hllk liaiiilkerehli'f
Crumb tray mid brunh
Jolly Kliisw, pr dozen
j'ure innii i.incn kiwcim, inx.wt.
We to
lf.oto
,.,.,.!ircto
....911.10
... .11
.15
.III
.as
.25
.45
.25
I have Just wclved a lot of ribbons, which will be ollerou you atvery mw
orlces. It will M yoii to call awl examine tnwte goMw.
1 . 1 1...... ......... i.-i..i v..ii......i ii...t
ntlvJillKI lmir iiimu J nni. iimn'imi j.i.ii.
G-EO. "W. IPropiiOtor.
J. ZEE. MOEAU,
GENERAL REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Monmouth, - - Oregon.
Good frrain and stock farms and choice fruit lands;
town property of all kinds.
Those having property for sale, please calL
PIONEER MEAT MARKET
F. B. LEWIS, Proprietor,
Choic
Dealer In
M
paid for fat stock, beef, mutton,
bills must bo settled monthly.
veal,
Highest market price
pork, etc. All
Open Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m
Free delivery' to all parts of the city
Main street,
Independence, Oregon
THE PLANO BINDERS
A General Stock of Shelf
and Heavy Hardware.
W. J. CAMPBELL, MGR
a
Clodfclter Building:, Cor C and Main sts,.
INDEPENDENCE, - OREGON.
a. raiaurrr.
I a, vink
Prescott & Veness,
raorwrroas or-
Independent Saul mill.
MAKorAcrt'ssiu u. ai.aa M
riR AND HARD WOOD, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
1 1 i Wantaa, Mungr.
In(li'iendeiict Oregon,
T.
STES
Succr: wr to J. O. Irvlr..,
Dealer In
Groceries
Glassware
Queensware
Tobacco
and Cigars
I have on hand a law lot of canned roo.Ih that will bo sold by tbe onae very
ohimp. Also, a lot of Tory One lamps, tuat win ue aoia very near cons.
Remember the old stand of J. D. I.
Arrlvn.
riiNM.!nir ..,.. e.
liirtliiil .... a.m.
Albany Leoal. 1'iuly xei" Humlwy.
IAVff
lSirtlmi.t,. ,..b p.m.
Allny ::W.ni.
Arrlvw
AllHtnr (Hinii.m.
I'nrllHiut ... Id U.m.
ULI.MAN BUFFET SLEEl'KRS
Second-class SlwpiiiK Cars,
fur the wiiiiiiiolll.n ( (miawiikxih lioldtDI
irt. train.
Vft Bide Division.
Uctween Portland anu Corrauia
Kill. TRA1B PAU.T(IMH8Blr.
Him p. m.
r . a.
II l 4. a.
U ir.
tr
ar.
Ar.
Ponfinl
ladtipnili.nce
l'..rlii
1 p, i
111 m p.
At AltmiiT b4 ConrnlUi cosuael wllh trkliu al
Otin FmIB Raiir.
Walker Bros.,
Successors to Henkte 4 Walker,
Carry a compete line of
TABLE LUXURIES, CANNED GOODS,
FRUITS, VEGETABLES,
STAPLE AMD FANCY GROCERIES.
We aolioit a ahare of your palroeage.
CXpgSS TRAM DIET (Except Sund'y)
Uava
rortlAttd ,.,4 r, a.
MrMlauftlle -
THB0UOB TICKETS TO ALL POUTS
LUST AM SOUTH.
Arff.
MoMlniiirUle Tr. H I
foitUkinl ...
IMFIDE1E
BTABLES-
Stylish Turnouts Always in Readin ss,
rwr
1110,
I. SOKHL.
imL IK i A rmm. tf
JMUri.ANIi, (HIKUON.
Having ltdv purcliased tlu ontii-ft interest in the stai)lc of J. N.
Jom8, we ui now liotler ri p;irt d than over to meet the demunus oi
the mililie, as we are now niiikinz and ar pivjmring to make many
aiilxvtiuitiul iintirovenient!!. Tv;una boartliil by (ho day. or i
TraveliiiR men a KHi'inlty.
SALEM STAGE-WuiM nit a imuy 'ef line iwm-iwn nmrm una rnu, iijr.
twTlWIi. lilv for lnT.'vni!iHi.',i h.iii.; h ntt liul.iidinw (nr Sulmn hi a.in,
em lor Indupeiiili'iiiw.iiumi) tu 1 p in.; I-hk Indi-pviiueiH fur t'alU Clly aU p.m.
I('B
twli'in
month.
Sla?
Frum
On sale to
i a
mm irisi. kmms
P!L fa ! mm
A 1 V II II 11 .1 U .
St. Paul, St. Louis,
And All Point!
EAST. NORTH, AND SOUTH.
THROUGH SLEEPbRS, RECLINING
CHAIR CARS, AND DINERS.
Steamer from Portl.nd to Sun FraacUco
aviy unyi.
TICKETS TO 1110 FROM EUROPE.
for ral and (iiuuinl Ini'ornintlon cull on or
AauiiwH,
W. It. llrui.Him., Aunt, ttnl. Prnw, Agt.
' 351 WiultltiKton HI.,
l'oitTLAsii, Ouicaoa
COOPER t PATTERSON, AGENTS, INDEPENDENCE
DAMON & COOK, Proprs.
If you Avant
Firrnituro, Beading, Carpet:, Wall
Paper or Picture Frames,
GO TO
Kor nl by the
iinclmti irntMl. ill I
mul Kiir8t Oruviv Or..
lftf... It...... ... U. ....... ...... L'.inut
l.u.tnr 1K..IW.. .nin.i .... ....m . .....
llrove, 4ii.XM HtH'lH. 'JK.Oi lour. 10,(W peachm.
lino oiitirruw, iuinmw,itinMit,arn)m, ihih'k-
Fruit Trees.
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W. O. COOK
He' has the best and most complete jstock
his side of Portland, and will always treat you
right. 'Wall paper trimmed free of charge.
;.;".MENT. TOY ARE OXJ WEAK? W. E. GrOODELL,
LECTHE lEUr
SUCCESSOR TO H. D WALLER,
VKA1.KR IN
AND SUSPENSORY FOR,
AND
tSEMlM EM
r I t ' - .,- ' AAV
WHO ARE DEBILITATED AND SUFFERING
from Nervous Debility Seminal Weak
ness. Losses DrainsImpotency or
jiraOT:-LOST MANHOOD. KHEUMATISM, LAME
dack. Kidney roubles. nervousnes;
5if eplessnessRxMemqrVs General' IllHeaith
'IMm effecti of abusei, xct$e, worry and exposure. For such t uffereri
In our marvelous invention, which requires but a trial to convince the most skeptical,
or by excesses, or exposure, you may have unduly drained your system of nerve force
iVr ' electricity and thus caused your weakness or luck of force, if you replace into your
drained, which are required for vigorous strength, you will remove the cause, and health,
low at onco and in a natural way. This Is our plan and treatment, and we guarantee a
Send for our Illustrated Pamphlets, free! sent by mall, sealed. , .'
Belt Is no experiment, as we have restored thousands to robust health and vlifor,
fulled, as can be shown by hundreds of cases throughout this State, who would gladly
whom we havo strong letters bearing testimony to their recovery after using our Belt.
DR. SHNDBN ELECTRIC BELT
Is a complete ealvanlc battery, made Into a belt so as to be easily worn during work or at rest, and It gives soothing, prolonged currents
which are Instantly felt throughout all weak parts, or we forfeit $5,000. It has an Improved Electric Suapenaorjr. the
greatest boon ever given weak men, and we warrant it to cure any of the above weaknesses, and to enlarge shrunken limbs, or parts, oi
Money Refunded. They are graded in strength to meet all stages of weakness in young, middle-aged or old men, and will cure
the worst cases in two or three months. Address '
8ANDEN ELECTRIC CO., 172 First St., PORTLAND, ORECON.
we have a relief and cure
In your Ignorance of effects
and vitality which la
system the elements thus
strength and vigor will foU
cure or money refunded.
Dr. Sanden'i Electric
after all other treatments S
testify, and from many of V
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My aloi'k is now mora complete than evor U-t'ore, Shall lie pUasod to have
all the (iiisloim-t'H of the atore coutinue tradluir, and hope to Induce many l
trade who never did before, In connection with my uioiv l a
llli
SHOP
Where boons and shoes can be reptiiivd or manufactured under tho mauaKemout
of JM. A. BAKKli.
Itoruviuber tho name and place,
W. E. GOODELL, - Main Steet, independence.