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OfltGON CITY CNTINPRItK PNIDAV, IPTtMBtR I, 1W4.
1 Oaf Co-respondents Corner f !
S BHff Biti of GojsId From All Parts of th County. 2
Correspondents are requested to r
new their work. We will furnish all
neeessarr stationery. The news from
your neighborhood should appear In
these columns every week.
R. A. Punean 'and fnynr.V. Huffman.
K. C. Huffman. NSrs. Josa Huffman.
Walter Lemon. Luoretlu !mon. K. K.
Pavla. Jacob Johnston and K. M. Ulll.
returned from .the huckleberry patch
Friday. The lm'rly secuivd K5 g-allons of
M. Tatteison. C Krlisbaum and sons
Crover and Mulder 1. ft for the moun
tains Friday to gather berries.
E. T. Fails and wife and Mr. and Mrs.
Holder started to the mountains Sat
urday. Grange met Saturday
rltn an auenu-
race of to members. The session was a
very harmonious one.
Horace Davis is critically 111 at his
Ines Ki l libautn. daushur of C. Krieg
baum. Is seriously 111. Hoth cases are
gaid to be Intermittent.
M. Patterson lost a valuable horse
J. J. Palis nns Just returned from a
four weeks' trip to the mountains.
Irwin Surface WeddlnQ.
One of the prettiest wenninp. ii....
ever been at tiarncld. was mai oi i.in.u.
M. Irwin to K. K. Surface. The wed
ding took place at the home of the
:ir..nis. iii-oniitlv at 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday. August Jlth. The contract
ing parties are both school teachers, well
known throughout the county. The bride
was atttrea ina prcny c".-iiu.i.-
atlk mull; the groom in me comenuo, .., A ,,., h;)Vt. ,,.fl f,lr ,. hop
black. The K- v. A. 8. Plack. of iola.
officiated, using the ritual of the Meiho- iIall,, ., ,.,,. jl;inning h:lVe a se
dist Kplseopal church. Thirty friends of i rf who(1I,ng ,.oll(.h.
the couple were present. Mr. and Mis. , ul)(, ls.lvn(. ,,..,, h.lV(. K,.
Surface will be at home to their friends , (o lnlimaills hll,ing.
at their home in Estacada after October j All().w. ziK,.r n,.u. a Hying trip to
1st. Your correspondent joins with their Mi)niI.V
many x friends In wishing them a e. j ,U.;.lav f)lmtlv have purchased
prosperity, and continuous happiness. lirMI.,v .,,. vaiipiam and will move
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remdy.
"Allow me to give you a few words In
praise of Chamberlain s Colic. Cholera,
and Diarrhoea Remedy." says Mr. John
Hamletl. of Eagle Pass. Texas. "I suf
fered one week with bowel trouble and
took all kinds of medicine without get
ting any r-lief. when my friend. Mr. i".
Johnson, a merchant here, advised me
to tnke this remedy. After taking one
do I felt greatly relieved and when I
had taken the third dose was entirely
cured. I thank you from the bottom of
my heart for putting this great remedy
In the hands of mankind. For sal
O. A. Harding.
r for this
.ne mane, ...
town is under consme.aimn ... (
the leading eitnens. Jb
me .eauing o. -- ---- j
picnic excursion made by the membeis I
Cll II. e ,ue.ii".iii-. uii' ' ' r.
Sunday schools to the old hatchery on
Clear Creek. A variety of rigs, includ
ing a hay rack, were employed toeonvey
the merry crowd. Tennis, ball and a
series of races made up the .orts of the
day. The picnic dinner, with plenty of
(. cream for everybody, was heartily
enjoyed. I.ate In the afternoon the elder
ly people and the children departed, leav
ing the young folks to drive home by
ii ....Ltnii la In finlcr nnil iiartiis .
.,p ... ... . .
from this vicinity are i.amiK eieij u, j
lor tne nop ncus ;
The Sunday sch.sds will hold services ,
as usual during the hopplcklng season j
Rev. Binrkenm.ry is ansenr aiienuwig .
conference at the Dalles. Next -k he
will attend the conference of his own ;
atsirici nem ai cww-. ,
Miss Agnes Marten has gone to Kasi
ern Oregon for a stay of some weeks.
And It rained a little last Saturday ;
Kvermann Kobblns and party returned!
ONE OP DR. CUPID'S PRESCRIPTIOKS.
Tliat rove Mnr limes cures disease is a
fact th:it has receniW Ijecn called to the !
b.ten'.ion of the puoiic by a prominent i
lhvsici:.n ion! a,U v- nriifessc.r. In sonic '
nervous tiisciM of women, such as hyv
ttna. tins Musician givi s instances where
women Wire put in a pleasant frame I affair. '. fieshmenls wen- served on the
mind, were m:ifie hr.ppy hy fa'.linir in love, j K.min,N ;,1,.t i . , .1 11 n C.nk Is a In inl
and in consmumce w. re cured of then , Uuated on the banks of Milk
nervous tumults tne weak, nervous sv- r 1
tern toned and sti.iated belittle Dr. ''' ' ""tne three miles from (i .
Cupid became Mioug and vigorous, al
most without tin ir knou letlife. Many a
woman is nervou and irtitable. feels dra(r
tted down and worn out. for no reason tlu-.t
she can think of She may be ever so
nuch in love, but Dr. Cupid fails to curt
tier. In ninety - nine per cent, of these
cases it is the womanly organism which
requires intention: the weak back, dizzy
spells and Mack circles about the ryes, are
only syi:i in . is. U lo the source of the
trorblc and ror' rt Ihe irregularities, the
drains on the womanly system and the
other svmi.toins disappear. So sure of it
is the World' Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, proprietors of Dr. Fierce a Favorite
J'tts-.'ripnoii. that tin y cfiVr a J? reward
for women w ho cannot be cured of leu or
rhea. female weakness, prolapsus, or bill
ing of the womb. Ail tin y a-k is a n.ii
snd reasonalee fiaj of their menus of cure.
Dr. Fi rce's Pleasant Pelb ts clear Ihe
complexion and sweep n the bnatli. :li-y
cleanse a' r'ciKale the stoi-ach. liier and
bowel ami producr permanent b m fit and
do not re act oo the sjsum. Or i.s a
"The Common FeTe M'dical Advir'
is f nl fi-.-e. pkpci-oound. for 21 one cc nt
'.amp It ty t.T-i:?t of mii'iniy ot.ly.
Send ii tanins forioth rx-und conv.
Addrn.s, Woild's Dispenaiy, Buiialo, N.V.
. from their mountain outing Satunlay j
eveninn. Just In time to save themselves
a K'xxl soakliiK. which they no douM
needed very much.
Alskle Clover seed has most all lx-en
sold at price. ransliiR from nine and
one half to twelve and one-half there
Ik no reason why ull kIioiiM not have st
tln lop price had they not been In such
a rush lo sell I then sold eo-opera-tlvly.
We notice an ixcvount of the Hot
Spring on the Clackamas waters by Mr.
4.3111. which seems to me Is Incorrect.
It Kia on to say: "Selh Austen discov
ered these springs ten years mho. Ye
scribe v isited these sprlnits 15 years aso.
hroucht home a 'bottle of the water and
had It imalyied. John Haicley had been
at llnse sprlnits several years before,
also some imrty from Oregon City prob
ably the Hand boys saw the Hot Sprlnns
the same year. Soih Austen had to be
, KmJ.j ,1)0 ,,.,, wooJg wn,.,v bolls up
Khese beuutifiil Hot Springs and If the
, f l1iHOOV,.l.,.). .inu Austin, his
Klien name was not our "Seth."
Has Sold a Pllt of Chambsrlain'i Cough
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Kem
edy for more than twenty years and it has
given entire satisfaction. 1 have sold a
pile of It imd can recommend It highly.
os ph McKlhiney. Linton. Iowa, lmi
m Iim, lvnu.lly BO(H, M,-n when
iroubl.d with a cough or out. it ai- ;
ways affords .p'ick relief and Is pleas-
ant to lake. Koi Sale by ti. A. llai.ling. .
Threshing Is about over In this vicin
I Dan i (taves has an interest in the
meat wagon of late.
Reta liowman called on Nata I.ee Sun
Mrs. Podge spent a few days with
Mrs. Craves this week.
Agnes YVoodslde was visiting her cousin
Miss Nellie Huckner. Monday.
It Is a great convenience to have at
hand reliable remedies for use in rase of
accident and for slight injuries and ail
ments. A g'Hid liniment and one that is
fast becoming a favorite if not a house
hold necessity Is Chamlifrtuin's Pain
Uulm. l!y applying It promptly to acut.
bruise or burn. It allays the pain and
causes the Injury to heal In one-third
the time usually required, and as It an
..tiu....r,tle li nrevents anv danger of
' ,, . . ..,.
When Pain Halm Is
- foie Intlammatlon sets In. which In-
., , ,. re.overy
For Sale by
Mrs. Harry Malon retumed home from
Portland Sunday, and Is very mm-h tin- j
proud In health.
Mrs. Hester .iitheiis attended the cli -j
cus at j'ortiann jiotniay.
Mrs. Eliza Wllburn. Misses Margue
rite Jaeoues and Pearl Foster and lien
! Jacques were 111 Portland Tuesday.
(bo. ( luster was a visitor u imi-
wlt) r i
o po.and K, lla, ,
Anderson. Mrs. B.
Sln(r,.y rrturn,.,i Sun-
frm (h( h,1(.k,.bwr. ,,.,.. Tll..y
. , , ,., ,,... h,.rri,..
F..1 liuinelt returned from th
tains Sunday. !! was fortunate enough ,
to secure one deer.
T)rvinfr.rinarations simply deret :
op dry catarTh . they dry up tin) secretions, j
which adhere to tne memuraue auu ucuom.
poj causing s far more serious trouble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry-
! ing inhalants, fumes, smokes and snuffs
' and use that which clesiiBeg, soothes snd
1 heals. Dy's Cream Balm is such a remedy
: siid will curs cstarrh or cold in the bead
1 easily snd plesssntly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cents. All druggist sell the
i uOc.size. Ely Brothers. 5fl Wsrren St., N.Y.
The Halm cures witnoui pain, ooes un
i irritate or cause sneezing. It spreads itself
I over sn irritated and sngry surface, reney.
j ing immediately the painful inflammation.
With Ely's Cream Ualm you are armed j
1 against Nasal Catarrh and Hay Frer.
The picnic at Metropolitan l'aik waM
a decided siieciss In every way. Al
though the prevailing bad weather caused
Iseveial that would have attended to stay
jit hum". Missis
I Ilmiy Fanlon
Cbas. Thomas and
managers of tin-
Tlie large and commodious grounds w
suitably linpioied will make a charming
place to spend a day with nature. Here
we see nature displayed In the most
charming altitudes. A spring of pure
water bubbles forth near the center of
the giounds. Hi and old Oregon I'ines
and cedars furnish shade in abundance.
Beautiful vine mapbs festooned with
moss form beautiful arches over tin
driveway leading to the hall. AH III all.
Melrotsillian Park is a very pitures.iie
spot of flat ori s own make.
Mrs. Mltehill Is visiting lur sister.
Mrs. O.oige Manes.
Mrs It. K. IVebb-r.-iif Portland, vii-lti-d
her pir. His. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hums,
Mr. C. It. Nash and family of Oregon
ly Were the giieslH of Ml. I.. P. limns
and family last Sunday.
Air. Adam Knight, our bustling road
su ri leor. and a large force of men.
have doing some .fheletit work on the
I'nion Hall and Canby road.
Mi. J. P.otibms and .VPs. rjroi ije Mam-s
were visiting Mrs. I.. Kiggs last Monday.
Sir. John Mcintosh and Miss Ji nnle
1 "-e ' ' v
Mrs. Welsslilz, Buffalo, N.Y.
cured of kidney trouble byLydiaE
Pinktem's Vegetable Compound.
Of all the diseases known with which
the female organism is afflicted, kidney
disease, is the most fatal In fact, un
less prompt and correct treatment is sp
j pi ied, the weary patient seldom survives.
Being luiiy aware oi mis, Mrs. nan
ham, early in her career, (rare careful
study to the subject, and in producing
her (freat remedy for womnn'a ills
Lytlia K. l'inkliaru's Vegetable
Compound made sure that it con
tained the correct combination of
herbs which wss certain to control
that dreaded disease, woman's kidney
Read What Mrs. Welsslita Says.
Dsab Mrs. Finish am : lor two
Tfars my lifo wa, gimpiv a burden, I
.uff,.rc(i with ..male troubles. Slid
pains aoroRS my back and loins. The
doctor told me that I had kidney
troubles and presi'ril)ed for roe. For
three months I took his medicine, but
grew steadily worse. Mv husband then
adrised me to try Lydla I'. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and
brought home a bottle. It is the great
est blessing erer brought to our home.
Within three months I was a changed
woman. My pain had disappeared, my
complexion became clea., my eyes
bright, and my entire system in good
shape," Mrs. Paula, Weisslitz, 17fl
Seneca St.. Btiffalo. N.Y. isoooftftlt
tf vlflotl of atu$ Ittttr prtii ftmttmut caaasi
Covey went to Portland last Monday to
alien. 1 Llngllng llios.' circus.
Messrs. I,, ltiggs. .Malt Kirch and Oil
vin Parker are going to the coast for an
Miss I.ydia Johnson Is going to slay
with Mis. John lialy during hop pick
ing. Miss Kreihlcka Itichler of Portland,
is visiting her parents. . Mr. and Mis.
Martin Rl hler.
The Stomach Is the Man.
A weak stomach weakens the man, be
cause it cannot transform the food he
eats Into nourishment. Health mid
strength cannot be restored to any sick
man or weak woman without (list re
storing health and strength to the stom
ach. A weak stomach cannot digest
enough food to feed the tissues and re
vive the Hied aiTTl run down limbs am!
organs of the Ixuly. Kodol Iiyspepsla
Cure digests what you eat. cleanses and
strengthens the glands and membranes
of the stomach, and cures Indigestion,
dyspepsia and all stomach troubles.
S. .1.1 by ii. A. Harding.
.Mr. H. ltriltliaupt had nearly all the
young men In the neighborhood picking
peaches yesterday for Ihe Oregon City
Mr. Dallas and .Mr. iardner of the
city of Damascus, had a very severe
accident one day last week while hauling
straw from the farm of 1'ercy Winston.
I While coming down the hill- the team.
I which was a young span of colts, be-
came unmanageable, ran away, and
I threw both men ort the wagon. Mr.
;ardner had his ankle bone dislocated
! and was bruised considerable otherwise.
Mr. Dallas was a little more fortunat
but sustained scleral bruises..
AI. Fiatlion has la-en troubled lately
I with poison oak. but Is Improving.
Several from this section ale going Imp
..,. ,,, ...,.
Mi. ,.bv' ck
made a living visit
Damascus Is booming. Air. A. M. Cooke
completed his in iv barn recently and
(;eorge Deity Is building a tine fiain.
wood house. J. I'. Woodle of Kagle Creek
being the boss carpenter.
Jol.n llilbry has been balling hay and
straw for Air. Tong for several dais
Ml . Mil ell Ni'Well resigned his posl-
i '" ""'' , '"' l"-
Every farmer knows that
mie plants grow better than
Jicrs. Soil may be the same
irid seed may seem the same
nit some plants are weak and
And' that's the way with
children. They are like youir
plants. Same food, same home,
same care but some grow bit;
and strong while others stay
binall and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers an
easy way out of the difficulty
Child weakness often means
starvation, not because of lack
of food, but because the food
.Iocs not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really feeds
and .gives the child growing
Whatever the cause of weak
ness and failure to grow
Scott's Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right.
Send lor free wimple.
Scott t bowne. C Ivnu-J. : prarl St., New York
yx. sad i.uo;all drugyislA.
month and Is succeeded by Toung
Mis. Stevens, of Portland. Is spend
ing her summer vacation with Mrs. Wal
The young ludy who has been visiting
Mr. Paulson's family was taken severely
III last week and had to return home to
Mr. Scih Young llnlslied threshing Sat
tuduv. that being the lust Job of the
Warren tirecnwell Is balling hay In
the Harmony settlement that Is what
lime he Is not Visiting at Mr. (."a.
from 14S to SS Pounds.
one of the most remarkable cases of a
i-old. deep-seated on the lungs. - causing
pneumonia. Is that of Mrs. t intrude K.
Fennel'. Mai Ion. lnd., w ho wus entirely
cured by the use of Due Minute Cough
Cure. She says: "The coughing ami
straining so weakened me that I tan
down In weight from 1 IS lo pounds. I
tried a numlcr of lemedlea to no avail
until I used thie Minute Cough Cure.
Four iH.ttlea of this wonderful remedy
cuivd me entirely of the cough, and
strengthened my lungs and rcston-d me
to my normal weight, health and
strength." Sold by !. A. Hunting
Hop picking Is ull the go nt present
Newt Xl.iule begins Monday. August tY
K.I. Tulllg.r. the jntli.
F. Kinney and II. Jones took III the
big show Monday.
JolleS llios. were up to the "Ml. Ranch"
last Week Sowing glass seed.
Mrs. M il" I Fruiter of Sab m was a ls
Itor of V.ia Kinney's S.ituid.iy.
John P. M.u lln and family. Fr. ,1 ll. il
nian, Jr.. and family ull stinted I i tin
hop yaid Tin sday.
C. and S. Smith weie In the city Mon
day mi bio.in.ss,
CIdo S.nllli itrd nil.- Int. nd to pli '..
hops at Saleiil
Flank Jat.i' lias moled out akulu and
Is tluchliiK at Mullno Ibis week.
Kill Jones lias h. ell cleallllg Home tills
tin) last we. k
Chns. Spiomle and famVly w.ie to
I'oltlainl An Hi I..N In See the big nh.oi.
Iiail ii....s 1.- oil: incut peilil?ii ai
Mr. i ll. is Miller, Sr.. and some nuiii'
hers of his faiuil h.ue K' Hi' to the m. inn
tains for huckleberi bs.
Will lib kenlH.lliam and ivile. ai d
Clara Seller, li.ne gmie to Alt. Anel to
.Mr. I liiiiilltici will build a house Mr.
Ciipellllld will do the Wolk. M: dpi.
land la In lite ibluliv of H.il. i.i Ibis w. . k
land Is In the v I. niit of Sub ui this w.-k
liH.kliig fur a faiiu lo nut.
The Hour mill Is dmug i gisnttiusliu s.
l(ev. IMack Is alt. n. ling the M K C,.u.
felence lit Tile P ill. S tills wetk
Most of tile people III tills ll.'.li.ll
getting ready tor bop picking.
Mr. usteiholiz has recently sold
Vitality and Success.
WHAT CAN BE DONE TO flEET THE
DEMANDS OF A HEALTHY LlfE ?
CAN a man increase his vitality ? is
easily answered in tlie affirmative
if one stinlies the needs of the
body and the laws of health.
The first thing to arrotiiplish is to bathe
the interior of the body with refreshing,
invigorating pure blood. Impure blood,
filled with tlie accumulated poisons of
the body-waste, makes weak, listless and
inert men and women. When the blood
n filled with the impurities of the body,
the kidneys and liver are unable to filter
out all the tissue waste, these organs
become overtaxed and cannot perform
their proper functions; then it is that
we feel listless, iieconie tirtd quickly
and the back becomes lame and sore.
accompanied by nervous feelings of irri
lability and despondency. That is why a
tonic and alterative made entirely from
roots and barks, without a particle of
alcohol or narcotic, such as Dr. J'ierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, quickly
brings a healthy tone to these organs
and invigorating vitality, liecause the
blood is bathed with the tonic influence
of this alterative extract. To build
IVe guarantee that
contain alcohol, opium, or any harmful druo.
It Is a pure compound of medicinal plants
scientifically combined. Persons making
false statements concerning its ingredients
will be prosecuted.
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v. . V.v
Af Cf laUe rfoparolionfor As
tittg (he SteumclB and Howls of
ness and Rest .Contains nciilsT
OjHiim.Morptiiiie nor Xiitcrcil.
AptTftcl Remedy forConsiivi
Hon, Sour Slonwvh.DiarrikWA
nrss itnd LOSS OF SlXtr.
Facsimile Stilnnlurt ot
LXACT COPY OC WRAPPER.
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nvi'te a flying trip to
I'lu i nun hi.
i. of Shiiiilco, bo Mas lls
ln r. has ti l tit ln d home,
it a, I j. oi u, and lliiii 1 ' . 1 1"
" I. ill i gnllIK to pi' I. h.iiS
s of sirlktis tne not niuil
an In. IK Idii.il .'. . i nf
O.eiAolk, loss of sleep.
! .: ,ii ..ii.
A TT T7 OT
ii1 - .', ;; " mfnr n.i 1111 . i. w "' Wl f i
Always restores color lo eny hair, all ihe dark, rich color it used
to have. The hair stops falling, grows lone and heavy, and all
dandruff disappears. An elegant dressing. 'C"?iW.!"'ir
up the body that has tieen weakened
by an attack of grip, pneumonia or
typhoid, write Dr. K. V. Fierce for ad
vice, giving all your symptoms, and he
will give you the best medical advice
possible to suit your case, and without
cost. For those who are weakened by
the after effects of a bad cold, cough or
grip caught during the winter, nothing
will increase the number of red blood
corpuscles and eradicate poison from the
blood so quickly as I)r. l'ierce's (Jolden
INSTRUMKNTS OH ACCURACY.
The surveyor, with the aid of his
transit, can tell the height of a mountain
miles away. The microscope in the
hands of the exK-rt can determine the
presence of disease -germs, and other
newly discovered instruments are being
used daily by physicians in the diagnosis
of obscure diseases of the lssly. A sci
entific examination of the water is of the
greatest value in determining whether
i or not the kidneys are doing their work
proK"rly. A finely fitted lalsiratory is
necessary to make accurate analyses, ami
that is a part of the magnificent equip
ment of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, at Iluffalo. A staff of exieri
enced physicians, under the control of
Dr. K. V. fierce, the founder and di
rector of the business, make hundreds
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery does not
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Have
tm mwa mmi. ntm tm.
innous t. nsbm will be followed by utter
lullilpse. UtlleiiS U reliable lellli .! IS Im
mediately ,iii'.i.,ed Tb-ie's nothing;
ei't. .em to c ic .. inp ta of Hie l.lier or
Klilo is n Klecl'lc Hilt, is It a Won
diilul toiili . and iMei iHi in nine and
lb. t .! -I .ill iii.iuiuI in. ill. in.' fur run
il.nn .ist.ai" It !ini. I! m 1 1 ousnesf,
ltbeiinisllsiTi and Neuralglu and ntiella
Mil lilt in g.iiiiK uiily r.O eriils and satis
fiH'llnn Koar.iiileed by Howell & June.
I n ugglsls.
of such examinations daily, without i
to the patient. A sample of water
thriu will receive careful analysis, ab.1
every one who susjiecta kidney trouble
should take advantage of this offer.
Dr. Tierce's (ioldeu Medical Discovery
is a most stimulating tonic because it
gisss lo work ill the right way, assisting
the stomiich lo assimilate the fxs, thus
furnishing the Mood proper nourish
ment, which in turn feeds the nerves.
Neuralgia and nervous break -downs are
only the "cry of the starved nerves for
fix!." The proper fiaal for the nerves
is good, rich, red Mood. The " Coldest
Medical Discovery1' does not depend
upon alcohol for a stimulating effect.
It is gnaranleerio contain not a particle
of alcohol. It is safe for the most deli
cate system, ss it is an alterative extract
made from roots and heibs. Although
we know the genus of consumption and
grip are in the air we breathe in rooms,
street enrs, shops, in fact everywheie,
yet scientists have not beriable'lo fight
these Iwcteria very well. The ltfst thing;
we enn possibly do at present is to keep
ourselves individually in such a state
of health as to enable us to fight the
bacteria with our own vitality. The
blood through our veins snd arteries
should contain healthy, rrtl blood cor
puscles, which are capable of wauling
off the attack of these germs if they get
into our systems. Dr. Tierce's Coldrn
Medical Discovery is just what is needed
for such persons and it has received the
praise of thousands of s-ople through
out the I'nited States. Krad what a
strenuous young Western man sins oo
this subject : u
" I have len in giKxl health tint il alout
three years ago when I noticed my back
became lamtv and sore," writes lion.
Walter St. John, Surveyor I Formerly
Member of County Stija-rvisors), of 619
I,awon SlJeet, St. Taul, Mum. "The
pains kept increasing with severe
twitches and slow, exhaustive aches. I
also found that my urine was highly
colored and it passed with great irregu
larity. I knew that I had the. dreaded
Ilright's Disease snd probably inflamma
tion of the bladder. Having read in
your 'Common Sense Medical Advirer'
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