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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1921
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor Main 7070. 560-95
Sunday Editor Main 7070.5MO-95
Advertising Department. .Main 7070. 560-95
Superintendent of Bids . .Main 7070. 5(i0-5
HIPPODROME (Broadway at Yamhil;)
Vaudeville and moving: pictures. to 5.
8:45 to 11 P. M.. Saturdays. Snndaj a and
Mondays continuous, 1:15 to 11 P. M.
PAXTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Vaude
ville Three shows daily. 2. 7 and 8:05
TU E OAKS Amusement park. Parisian
Kollies in "A Chinese Festival." Take
cars at Kirst and Alder.
OREGOMAN AT RESORTS.
Subscribe witb the following agents, at
your summer resort, to secure the most
prompt delivery of The Oregonian. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are payable
Barview, Or. W. A. Sipprell
Bay City. Or. . .. O. E. Shelley
Bavocean. Or F. D. Mitchell
Breakers. Wash. J. M. Arthurs
Brighton. Or A. W. Rows
C. R. Smith and Mrs. M. St. Martin
.Chinook. Wash R. Knutson
Ecola, Or Cannon Beach Merc. Co.
Garibaldi. Or..D. C. Ellis and J. L. Kidder
Gearhart, Or W. L. Robinson
Hot Lake. Or Hot Lake Sanitarium
Long Beach. JVash W. B. Strauhal
Manhattan Beach. Or. . Sarah P. Ange'l
Manzanita. Or E. Kardell
Nahcotta. Wash . . . H. J. Brown
N'eah-kah-nte Beach. Or A. C. Anderson
Nehalem. Or D. C. Peregoy
Newport, Or O. F. Herron
Ocean Lake, Or. Nettie Tomprett
Ocean Park, Wash. ....Emma S. Campbell
Pacific City, Or D. F. Edmunds
Rockaway, Or. - Frank Miller
Seaside. Or C. W. Alward
Shipberd's Hot Springs. Wash
Shipherd's Hot Springs Hotel
Beaview. Wash. ........... .G. N. Putnam
Tillamook. Or 3. S. Lamar
Wheeler. Or..Jaa. Hamilton and Leo Sohier
Owt. Dbuo Compact Has New Man
ager. J. A. Scott, recently of Ber
keley. Cal.. has been appointed as
manager of the Portland store of the
Owl Drue: company to succeed "VV. W.
Brown, who recently resigned, accord
ing to an announcement made yester
day. Mr. Scott, a graduate of Ontario
college of pharmacy and the Univer
Bity of Toronto, has been with the
Owl Drug company in San Francisco
.nd Berkeley since 1918, having Been
a. former manager of a San Francisco
store belonging to the firm. He is the'
man who was directly responsible for
the development of the Owl Drug
company business in Berkeley when
the firm entered that city.
Exposition Advertising Protected.
A resolution instructing the license
Inspector in regard to permits for
the sale of articles advertising the
1925 exposition was passed by the
city council yesterday. In cases where
the devices have the approval of
authorized exposition agents the
resolution provides that the license
Inspector may issue permits. The
move is aimed at indiscriminate
methods of advertising that may
spring up to the embarrassment of
the exposition authorities. An ordi
nance covering the case will probably
be enacted soon.
Manager and Buyer . Appointed.
C. P. Abraham, formerly of New York
and well known as a merchandise
buyer on the Paclfio coast, has been
appointed merchandising manager and
buyer for the Kastern Outfiting com
pany, Washington and Tenth streets,
according to an announcement made
by Joseph Shermanski, manager of
the local store. "I am making exten
sive plans for an up-grade trend in
business this fall," said Mr. Sheman
Bki in making the announcement.
Liquor Giver Fined. A. fine of $25
for giving a woman on parole liquor
was assessed by Judge Rossman yes
terday morning in municipal court
from R. K. "VVicklin. who was told a
second offense would mean a prison
term. Wicklin was charged with
having given "moonshine" to Ivy
Freed, who was paroled recently from
the state hospital at Salem to her
sister, Delia Fletcher. From the time
of her release she drank nothing until
last Saturday when she met "Wicklin.
Prohibition Officer Named. Em
mett H. McClenahari of Oreely, Colo.,
has been appointed prohibition direc
tor of Colorado by Roy Haynes, ac
cording to word received here by his
father, R. U. McClenahan, 510 Flan
ders street. Emmett has been active
in the business and political affairs
of Colorado. His father formerly was
county auditor of Page county, Colo
rado. Restaurant Man Held. A charge
of contributing t'o the delinquency
of a minor was lodged against Harry
Tarica, manager of the Cozy restau
rant, who was arrested by Deputy
Constable Rennick. The girl was
placed in the care of the twomen's
protective division, and larica wa;
released under $500 bond. Peter
Cappas also was arrested in connec
tion with the sa"me case.
Beautiful Oswego Lake. Ideal for
family picnic, a day or week-end out
ing. Only 30 minutes from Portland.
Fast and frequent electric train serv
ice. Extra train service on Sundays.
For tickets and information inquire of
ticket agent. Southern Pacific lines,
at Fourth and Stark streets. Adv.
Must sacrifice my Chandler four
passenger car; is in wonderful con
dition. Will gladly give you rigid
test. Nine hundred cash or terms.
Special cash discount. Mr. Clemons,
100 North Broadway. Bdwy. 4184.
Services Are Announced. Services
will be held at the Congregation
Novah Zedek Talmud Torah, Sixth
and Hall streets, tonight at S o'clock
and tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Rev. Abraham I. Rosencrantz will
officiate. All are welcome.
Liberty Sport Late Model.
Sacrifice sale of this car for $1100
will be made. This is a high-class
car, in fine shape, good as new. Let
me show car to you. Call Mr. Stover,
397 Flanders St., city. Bdwy. 41S4.
Do Not Forget to call up East 3088
when you want the Salvation Army
auto truck to call for cast-off cloth
ins. magazines, newspapers, furniture,
etc. Address 1M--6 Union ave.. Major
John Bree. district officer. Adv.
Str. Iralda, for Astoria, $1; Seaside
one way, $1.60; r. trip, $3, inc. tax;
passengers only; leave Portland Tues.
Thurs.. Sat., 9 A. M., Alder-st. dock.
Main S3-3. Leaves Astoria Mon., Wed
Fri.. 9 A. M.Adv.
Str. Georgiana. 5 H hours to Astoria.
Special excursion to Astoria and way
points, $1, down trip only. Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat. Leave Portland, 8
A. M.. Alder-st. dock. Adv.
Str. Undine, Astoria to Portland,
special excursion, up trip only, $1.
Leaves Astoria daily except Sunday,
Monday. 9 A. M., passengers only.
O.-W. R. A N. dock, Astoria. Adv.
Keeps Busisness Men Fit. Renewal
of life cells defers old age and keeps
you fit for business. A new method
patronized by our best business men.
Dr. Dee. 413 Artisans bldg. Adv.
.Hotel Seaside Seasie. Or.
Ocean Beach resort, excellent meals,
dining room faces ocean. Open all year.
$50 Burroughs calculator or comp
tometer course for $15, at Miller
school, 414 to 117 Yeon bldg. Adv.
Tired, aching feet can be relieved;
consult Dr. Ingalls, Knight Shoe Co.,
Morrison, near Broadway. Adv.
Dr. Isabel Sedgwick resumed prac
tice, Panama bldg., 3d and Alder, 11
to 2. 4 to S P. M. Adv.
Parties having repair Jobs at Port
land Leather Co., 226 Wash., please
call for same. Adv.
Lewis-Stenger, Morrison at Tenth,
trrind razors, scissors, knives perfectly.
Grangers to Meet at Gresham.
The farmers and grangers of Multno
mah county will hold their seventh
annual field day at the Gresham fair
grounds tomorrow. Milton A- Miller,
collector of internal revenue, will be
the principal speaker. Professor Reed,
of the Oregon Agricultural college,
will also speak. A programme of
music, speeches and sports has been
arranged. The first number will
start at 10:30 A. M. Ample parking
space in the fairgrounds and in the
streets of Gresham have been pro
vided. Gresham is reached by two
lints of electric cars from Portland
and by three hard-surfaced roads.
Dry Law Offenders Fined. John
Schadi and E. A. Brown, who were
taken into custody Wednesday on
charges of possessing intoxicating
liquor, pleaded guilty yesterday be
fore District Judge Bell and were
fined $250 each. Brown was arrested
at 2124 Hassalo street with 100 gal
lons of corn mash, a 20-gallon still
and eight gallons of liquor. Schadi
was arrested at 2120 Holladay ave
nue with a 15-gallon still and seven
gallons of moonshine in his posses
sion. Two Hearings Delated. The hear
ing in municipal court of the two
alleged Masonic organizer impostors
was postponed yesterday until August
4 by request of counsel for the de
fense. Chris Valhos, one of the two
men. declared that his actions were
entirely legitimate and that he was
organizing a chapter of Greeks of tlfe
better class in Portland. He said he
was authorized through the interna
tional Masonc federation, formed from
20 nations in Switzerland in June,
Albers Funeral Tomorrow. The
funeral services for the late John
Henry Albers, ex-Portland miller,
whose death occurred at his home in
Milwaukie, Or., Wednesday morning,
will be held from the Catholic church
in Milwaukie tomorrow morning at
9:30 o'clock. Rev. Father Bernard
will officiate at the services, which
will be open to friends and the pubi
lie. Interment will be in Mount Cal
vary cemetery. McEntee & Eilers
have charge of the arrangements.
Bor Reported Missing. Oswald
Grant, 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Grant, has been missing from
his home since Tuesday of this week,
and yesterday his parents asked the
police to aid in their search for. him.
The boy had been told that if he
misbehaved he would be reported to
the juvenile court, and it is thought
ne leared the threat would be carried
out and ran away. . He was dressed
in a blue suit, wore a black hat and
weighs about 75 pounds.
Klamath Postmaster Here. W. A.
Delzell, postmaster at Klamath Falls,
who is returning home from an auto
mobile trip through the state of
Washington, was a visitor at the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday.
with Frank Ira White, manager of
the foreign trade bureau. Mr. Delzell
and Mr. White formerly worked to
gether for the interests of Klamath
Falls in the chamber of commerce
at that place, many years ago.
Sprint Bit Misdirected. If Frank
Rosumny, pawnbroker at 68 North
Fourth street, had chased a thief as
fast as he ran to police headquarters
to report him, he might have caught
tne cuiprit and recovered four stolen
watches. Rosumny ran a mile to the
station, arriving out of breath, and
said a "long, high nigger" had taken
four watches from his shop. In the
meantime the thief made a getaway
in some other direction.
aitchison to Address Club. Clyde
rs. Aitcnison, Washington, D. C.
memDer or tne interstate commerce
commission, will be the principal
speaker at the City club meeting to-
aay. ine duties of the commission
under the new law and a discussion
or the value, to every individual
citizen of the work of the commis
sion will be the topics he will take
up in his address. J. N. Teal will in
troduce the speaker.
Bakery Goes Into Bankruptcy.
The Twentieth Century bakery, 150
Page street, filed a petition in vol
untary bankruptcy yesterday through
its secretary, R. Gencheff. H. W.
Sitton was appointed temporary
trustee, with a bond of $3000. The
liabilities of the firm, according to
the statement filed, are $30,051.90.
while the assets total $12,479.95.
Reputed Drug Vendor Arraigned
Frank White, alias "Magazine
Blackie." reputed narcotics peddler
who was arrested July 18, by W. R.
Wood and L. R. Morelock, inspectors
and charged with selling cocaine and
morphine, waived preliminary hear
ing yesterday. The case Is before
Driver Held Intoxicated. W. F.
Tucker. 28, was arrested on a charge
of driving an automobile while in
toxicated yesterday at East Twenty
eighth and Irving streets by Patrol
man nagiana. strite, also in
the machine, was charged with drunk
enness. They will answer charges in
municipal court today.
Young Man Badly -Hurt. Ceorire
Henny. 24 years old. son of D. C.
Henny, prominent engineer, was re
ported yesterday to have sustained a
skull fracture in an accident while
spending his vacation at the coast.
He was reported to be in a serious
Kegs, hardwood, new and 2d-hand.
Panama Cooperage, Front and Salmon.
Dr. Ralph A. Fenton has returned.
Journal bldg. Main" 40S3. Adv.
Kemmerer Coai Carbon Coal Co..
mine agents, .cast 1188. Adv.
Dr. Daxton. glasses, swotiaod bids.
Dr. Isabel Sedgwick returned; US
Panama bldg., 3d and Alder. Adv.
LAUDED BY AUTHOR
Preservation at Any Cost Is
EATON AND PARTY BACK
Oregon Citizens AVarned to Keep
Billboards Off Scenic Roads.
Crater Lake Inspiring.
S.& H. Stamps
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES.
Only installation in the Pacific
northwest of Yale & Towne Change
able locks. It's worth your while to
find ulit how this lock differs from
all others. All sizes now available.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY. Sixth
and Morrison. Adv.
CARDS OF THAXKS.
"The Cascade mountains are of far
more value to the state of Oregon as
a scenic playground than they will
ever be for a grazing ground for the
thousands of sheep which are running
over them." said Walter Prichard
Eaton, author and dramatic critic,
who has just returned from a 1500
mile trip through the interior of the
state and in the Cascade range, in
company with Mrs. Eaton and Fred
H. Kiser of the Kiser studios.
"The mountain scenery in the Cas
cades should be preserved at any
cost," continued Mr. Eaton. "It is a
veritable summer paradise, and to use
it as a national park or a national
forest, with particular stresa on the
recreational part- is my suggestion."
The beauty and magnitude, of the
great fir forests of the Cascades im
pressed Mr. Eaton as significant of
the scenic beauty. He' compared the
craggy peaks and mountain ridges of
the Rockies with those of the Cas
cades, stating that in his belief the
Cascades were by far the more valu
able from the scenic -nd beauty
"Of course you must .consider that
there are two individual types of
scenery in the comparison," he de
clared. "But the beauty of the snow
capped peaks which break at intervals
the monotony of the continuous range
are the secret of the magnificent Cas
Mr. Eaton said the snow-capped
peaks of the Cascades make for Amer
ica a miniature Alps, Where every
type of tourist can obtain that par
ticular thing in which he is inter
ested. Crater Lake Beauty Lauded.
The party spent a week at Crater
lake, and here again Mr. Eaton was
impressed with the beauty. He
criticised the average tourists who
go to Crater lake, saying they do
not leave the immediate vicinity of
the summer resort hotel there. The
author obtained an alpine rope and
made the descent to the rim of the
"From the rim of the lake is where
the real beauty can be enjoyed." he
said. "I wanted to .get down to
where I couldi look up and see the
towering crags above and then I be
gan to appreciate its beauty."
Snow prevented the party from
making the trip around the rim of
the lake and this phase of the sched
ule was called off.
"A terrific mountain" is the way
the author characterizes Mount Jef
ferson, which he attempted to climb
from Hunt's Cove. The party made
the trip to within about 100-0 feet
of the top when they found it would
be impossible to reach the summit
before darkness and gave up the
climb. "And I was ready to quit,"
declared the author as he recited
the incident of the climb.
'Dante's Inferno Sreo.
"The Newberry crater of East lake,
near Bend, is a picturization of
Dante's Inferno," he declared in
describing his trip to this rough
section of the interior. The party
returned to Portland through the
interior to The Dalles and then back
over the Columbia highway.
The author sounded a note of
warning in the sign Boards wnicn
are beginning to spring into promi
nence along the highway. "Keep the
billboards off this great scenic high
way, and it will be a great feather
in Oregon's cap," he said, as he spoke
of the deplorable manner in which
the highways 'and drives of the east
have been ruined by this evil.
Mr. Eaton paid a tribute to the
mountain climbing ability of Mr.
Kiser and the manner in which he
gets a picture of the beautiful scenes.
Mr. Kiser took motion pictures of
the entire trip.
Party to Go Kant.
For the last two years the author
and critic has been an instructor in
Columbia university, school of jour
nalism, of New York City. He conducts
classes and special lecture work on
dramatic and literary criticisms.
I went to Columbia university with
a little skepticism about the teaching
of Journalism." he said, "but I re
ceived an agreeable surprise when 1
found out how much could really be
taught through the courses of in
struction there, to the prospective
journalist. The demand for the grad
uates of the school or journalism, in
the newspaper profession throughout
the country, was a pleasant revelation
Mr. and Mrs. Eaton will leave here
tomorrow for their home in Sheffield,
but Mr. Eaton plans to make more
trips to Oregon and the west. He
gathered material while on the outing
for a new Boy Scout book which he
will begin work on when he arrives
home. The title of it will be "Boy
Scouts on the Sky Line Trail." The
author is pleased with the demand for
his book "Boy Scouts in Glacier Na
tional Park" in which he describes
the beauty of the park. He said this
proves the Interest which the people
throughout the country are taking in
the national park scenery.
Mr. Eaton gathered material also
for a number of magazine articles
and special feature stories, while on
STAGE OWNERS ORGANIZE
TERMINAL COMPANY FORMED
TO FIN ANCE STATION.
Marked for Remarkable Values
$50 $60 $65
Each- and every suit is of this season's most de
pendable fabrics tailored with that extreme
care characteristic of Kuppenheimer garments.
In all colors; smart single and double-breasted
models for men and young men .
Portland's Only Kuppenheimer House
MORRISON AT FOURTH
TH E AT E
-BBOApWAT AT TATI.OR
Thereafter, 2:15, 8:15
Not a Mere Photoplay, But
A Cinematic Road Show With Its Own
ORCHESTRA of SYMPHONISTS
Will Play the Heilig Only and at First- .
Class Theater Prices Never Will Be
Seen in a Local Film House
See our Morrison street windows.
D. W. GRIFFITHS
est and most active missionary soci
ety in the Columbia river presbytery.
Miss Mary Hargrave was leader of
the meeting, and papers were given
by Mrs. J. L. Harris and Mrs. J. W.
Funds to Finance Froject Reported
Already Pledged Prompt
Action NTow Necessary.
A terminal company to finance a
central station for automobile stages
operated by the Oregon Co-Operative
Automobile Stage Owners' associa
tion has been organized among mem
bers of the association. The company
is to incorporate under state laws
and proceed with the work of obtain
ing a site.
Members of both tne terminal com
pany and the parent association failed
to appear before tne council yester
day to report on selection of a sta
tion site accoraing to agreement,
made with Commissioner Barbur.
Quick work will be necessary. An
ordinance requiring the stage men to
establish a central station and to
cease using the streets for the pur
pose becomes effective August 1.
The new terminal company nas noi
yet announced its policy. Members
of the concern said last night that it
would arrange for a terminal open
only to members of the Oregon Co
operative Automobile Stage Owners'
association. It was saio. mat ine
$15,000 required to carry through the
enterprise has been pledged.
The council meets at z r. a. toaay
to take up the question of time limit
on parking on North Broadway.
Missionary Society Holds Picnic.
KELSO, Wash.. July 28. (Special.)
More than 60 members and friends
of the missionary society of the Pres
byterian, church held their annual pic
nice meeting at Pana Kama ranch,
near Carrolls. today as guests of the
Kincrsbury families. This is the larg-
LANG SYNE PICNIC HELD
Society . Holds Eighth Annual Re
union at Oaks Park.
With baskets laden with all the
traditional manna that goes to make
up picnic suppers of the old-fashioned
variety, 150 members of the Auld
Lang Syne society journeyed to the
beautiful Oaks park Wednesday and
celebrated the eighth annual reunion
and get-together party of the organ
ization. Each summer season for
eight years a picnic has been held
and the Oaks park, which lends itself
particularly to festivities of this
nature, has been selected on several
seasons as the picnic ground. The
contents of the baskets were spread
on rows of long tables placed for the
convenience of the guests and the
supper party, which was the plot of
the picnic, started at 6 o'clock.
Hot coffee and other hot dishes
from the dairy lunch cafes supple
mented the regular picnic menu and
the courses were punctuated with
brilliant repartee, reminiscences of a
The Picture the World Has Welcomed!
NOTE "Owing to cost, length of production and
ironbound contracts, 'Way Down East' posi
tively never will be shown anywhere at less than
first-class theater prices." David Wark Griffith
AH Seats Reserved On Sale Today Get Yours Early
Lower Floor. $1.50
Balcony, $1.00 Gallery, 50c
Lower Floor $1.00
Balcony. .77c and 50c
N. B. Owing to the unusually heavy demand for seats, make your reservations early. Engage
ment positively limited. Make mail order checks payable to Heilig Theater.
in Waft lafiiTi'i i
happy nature and general jolly
Dr. Norris Cox made the welcom
ing address and was; followed by
Frederick V. Holman. Dr. J. W. Hill,
J. D. Lee and Frank Dayton in happy
little talks which carried the picnick
ers back into the yesterdays.
Following' the supper ihe crowd
drifted into groups and sauntered
about the grounds, availing them
selves of many privileges and cour
tesies extended by the Oaks park
management. An open-air vaudeville
performance was one of the features
of entertainment and the organiza
tion later attended the musical com
edy held in the open-air auditorium
We desire to express our thanks to
the friends who so kindly assisted us
in our bereavement.
Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Christiansen.
We desire at this time to thank all
of our friends for their kind words
and beautiful floral offerings in the
sad bereavement of our dear little son
and brother Alan; also wish to thank
Rev. Mr. Constant for his comforting
and the girls of the Highland
Sunday school for
Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston
Adv. and Family.
S. & H. green stamps for cash.
Holman Fuel Co., coal and wood.
Main 353: RS0-21. Adv.
(Large Lawton Variety)
For Sale by the Crate
Call E. 96th & Base Line
Phone J. Ito, Tabor 2570
Eight Motorists Arrested.
SALEM, .Or., July 28. (Special.)
Eight motorists, seven of whom were
charged with violating the parking
ordinances, were arrested here last
night. In most cases the defendants
appeared in the police court today
and paid fines.
WHY EAT STALE
Come where you can pick your
own fowl at wholesale price,
and we dress it for you in five
minutes, or call
And We Will Deliver.
SANITARY POULTRY MARKET
129 Lrownadale Street
Between Wanaingrton and Alder.
Sir Harry Lauder
I Love to Be a Sailor
We Parted on the Shore.. S1.50
I've Something In the Bot
tle for the Morning
Same as His Faither Was
Before Him 1.50
The Saftest of the Family
He Was Very Kind to Me. . 1.50
Rob Rov Macintosh
Wedding o- Lauchie Mac-
She's the Lass for Me
Trixie From Dixie 1.50
When I Get Back to Bonnie
British Bulldog's Waiting
at the Door l.OO
Roamin' in the Gloamin'..
Wee Hoose 'Mang the
146 Park Street.
Bet. Alder and Morrison.
PIANOS, PLAYER ! PIANOS.
For Friday and Saturday only
Chocolate Walnut Fudge
per one-pound box
Made oi pure cane sugar, corn syrup, vanilla choc
olate and finest Oregon walnuts, with just a dash
of spice, which gives a rich, piquant flavor to this
Special attention given to mail orders
Candy sint everywhere by parcel post
QJ V CONFECTIONER & RESTAURANT
388 Washington St.
"extra stretch" tops
guard against supporter,
runs reinforced heels
and toes properly tai
lored ankles insure trim
ness at all times ! SI. 75
S1.35 to S4.00
OF THE SEASON-
Five passenger, just like
new, with six good cord
tires, bumper spotlight,
motormeter; newly paint-'
ed; car in perfect condi
tion. Owner leaving city.
Price $2850. Phone
Broadway 398, or eve
nings Main 5080.
LI IfaUMIiJl 1
124-128 SIXTH ST, k&
Ouer 400 Stock Forms
AT A BIG SAVING
Our ferrice Depc offer ilb'; erec
tions t. dCVWtnc ippCB.ni Bmini
107 2 ho St.
Phone Your Want Ada to
Main 7070 Automatic 560-9a
Spend your Vacation in
AT THE HOTEL .
On Geary St, Just off Union Square,
close to everything worth while. Good
accommodations at moderate rates.
The best known meals in the United
States. Municipal car passes the door.
Stewart Motor Bui meets principal
trains and steamers. It is advisable to
make reservations in advance of larrival.
Chas. A. and Margaret Stewart, Props.
BE4VER DQARD iil
FOR BETTER WALLS (zl
BASMUSSEN & CO.
N. E. Cor. Second and Taylor Sta,
Took a Xeigbbora Advice.
"Two or three years ago, whatever
I ate distressed me. My liver was
torpid and I lacked energy aDd am
bition. A neighbor advised me to
take Chamberlain's Tablets. . I waa
wonderfully benefited by their use
and have since enjoyed the best o
health," writes Mrs. Frank Pellett,
Hannibal. N. Y. If troubled with ln-
jJigestion why not take these tablets?
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