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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, AUGUST 11, 1918.
WOLF STIRS CONEY
THREE WAR BABIES WHOSE DADDIES ARE IN FRANCE, AND THEIR PORTLAND GODMOTHER.
War Siroc tunln
Year-Old Beast Chases Chick
ens and Is Hunted.
NEIGHBORHOOD IN PURSUIT
Animal Believed to Have Escaped
From Island Show During
Storm of Night
NEW YORK, Aug. 2. They thought
It was a woof-woof, but it proved to
ba a wolf. Vacation hunters and seek
ers of excitement, no longer need you
hie yourself to the Rockies .in search
of adventure and wolves. Just take the
trolley to Coney Island.
The police of the Coney Island
station and the residents of the West
End section of Coney Island, partlcu
larly the people living on West Twen
ty-seventh and West Twenty-eighth
streets, spent a lively hour chasing a
wolf. The wolf was first noticed at
7 o'clock this morning, when Mrs.
Joseph Nicchla of 2812 Neptune ave
nue heard a noise In her chicken yard.
When she went to investigate she saw
the large; light-brown body of an ani
mal chasing her chickens, no sooner
did she appear than the animal jumped
over the fence and got away. She
thought It was a stray dog and called
up the police to tell them that a dog
was bothering her chickens.
A few minutes later Lieutenant
Tenney of the Coney Island station re
ceived another telephone call from
James Romeo of West Twenty-eighth
street, who gave the same complaint
that a dog was bothering his chickens.
Within the next few minutes Ueuien
ant Tenney received about a dosen
more calls, all lodging the same com
He sent out Police Sergeant Edward
CRourke and Policemen James Mc
Carthy and John P. Marx to Investigate
what kind or a dog this was tnai was
coins; around the town disturbing
very one's chickens.
They found the supposed dog in the
vicinity of West Twenty-seventh street
and immediately decided that it was
no dog at all. but a wolf. They started
to chase it- In a few 'minutes they
were reinforced by about 100 residents
of the district, armed with sticks and
clubs, and a couple of stray dogs. But
every time one of the dogs caught up.
the poor beast turned back ki-yi-ing.
After a chase of about an hour the
wolf sought shelter under a bungalow
at Mermaid avenue ana west uwen
ty-seventh street. Marx got down on
his hands and knees and crawled un
der.' With the aid of his pocket lamp
he saw It in one of the corners, and.
before it bad a chance to spring at
him. emptied his revolver at it.
It proved to be a female wolf, about
a year old, with a light Drown, sum
body. The police do not as yet know
where the wolf came from, but suppose
that It escaped from one of the Coney
Island shows during the storm last
BALLOT RULING GIVEN
JTAMES OF CERTAIN CANDIDATES
TO APPEAR TWICE,
Commissioner Kellaher and City Au
ditor Fonk to Seek Re-election.
Commissioner Bigelow Silent.
The names of candidates Tlo seek
the long and short term for City Com
missioner and City Auditor must ap
pear twice on the ballot at the Novem
ber city election, according to an un
official ruling made yesterday by As
sistant City Attorney Hindman.
Since the recent announcement that
City Commissioners Kellaher and Bige
low and the City Auditor must seek re
election for a, Ion gand short term was
made, there has been considerable spec
ulation as to whether it would be nec
essary for the names of candidates for
both terms to appear on the ballot
twice. The charter does not rule on
the question, but Deputy City Attorney
Hindman contends that the two terms
are disinct and the people mus have
the opportunity of expressing their
choice for both terms.
Both Commissioner Kellaher and
City Auditor Funk have expressed their
Intention of seeking re-election to tneir
respective positions. City Commission
er Bigelow has not yet determined if
he will seek re-election.
No other candidates have announced
themselves as yet, although friends of
State Senator Farrell are said to be
urging him to run. The names of Mr.
Elliott, of the firm of Elliott Scog
gln. civil engineers, and City Health
Officer Parrish, also have been men
tioned as poesible candidates for Commissioner.
VIOLA, MAT AND COE, WHO HAVE B EES NAMED IN HONOR OP DR. COE.
In June tho Portland Chapter of the Red Cross received an offer from Dr. Viola May Cos to the effect that she
would srlve a room, nurslnar services and full care, all free, to a certain number of soldiers' wives who were not possessed
of great sums of this world's wealth and to whom this service would mean a decided help. The first three to avail
themselves of this opportunity were, mothers who decided to name their babes for the woman who befriended them, and
so two girls were called Viola and May and the third, a boy, was named Coe. They all saw the light of day at the Coe
Hospital and all are doing well. Friends of the mothers got together enougn money to came tne young soiaier latners
in France the news that the little people had arrived. The cases are all passed upon by the Red Cross, who recommend
only deserving young mothers.
WOUNDED BOY BACK
John Schultz, on Sick Leave,
Visits Mother in City.
attacks kept us on the lookout. We
were in German territory a few times."
That he will go back to the fighting
front with renewed determination after
seeing the wonderful war spirit and
activity in this country was asserted
by the returned soldier.
RED CROSS HIGHLY PRAISED
Hospital Service Highly Efficient.
"Treatment Couldn't Have Been
Better If I Had Been at Home,"
Says Young Veteran.
EASTERN CITIES THRIVE
PORTLAND MERCHANT SAYS EN.
TIRE NATION IS PATRIOTIC.
R. M. Gray Declares Prices) for Clothing
Have Advaaced From 70 to 105
Per Cent la Tear.
The absolute unanimity of our people
In this great National crisis was the
outstanding feature observed on his
trip East by R. M. Gray, Washington
street clothier, who returned home yes
terday. Patriotic spirit Is at a white
heat in the East, saya Mr. Gray.
Business conditions in the East are
good, according to Mr. Gray, and the
demand for all commodities la greater
than the supply. An important develop
ment from the clothier's standpoint is
that from no won woolen mills in the
United States will sell no more cloth
to clothing manufacturers until the pro
posed army of 5.000.000 men is fully
equipped and ready lor service. Cloth
ing already purchased by retailers for
Fall sale cost from 70 to 106 per cent
more than it did last year, says Mr.
Gray. Woolen hosiery and underwear
has advanced at least 120 per cent,
while cotton and linen goods are higher
than ever before.
The price of food, Mr. Gray says. Is
higher In the East than on the Coast.
Restaurant and dining-car prices are
everywhere greater than in the West,
lie says. Food conservation is religious
ly practiced. Sugar portions have been
reduced to one lump practically every
where. In Canada, however, filled sugar
bowls grace all the dining-car tables,
and there were no restrictions on Its
John A. Schultz, wounded In action on
the Alsace-Lorraine front three months
ago, is back In Portland to visit rela
Nothing but praise for the hospital
service and the Red Cross at the front
and on this side was given by Mr.
Schults. He says he couldn't have been
treated better if he had had a million
dollars or had been in his mother's
Mr. Schults was shot in the side dur
ing a local attack on the Franco
American trenches, and Iras been in
army hospitals over there and over
here until a week or so ago, when he
returned to Portland on sick leave. He
is visiting his mother, Mrs. E. M.
Hatch, at 990 Tibbetts street.
He expects to report for duty next
week, but with 32 stitches In his side
and a long hospital record back of him,
he does not anticipate a return to ac
tive trench service for two or three
Conditions Cheerfully Met.
Mr. Schultz has been with the First
Engineers over there, having been on
trench duty for three months. He en
listed a year ago In Tacoma.
We all growl a little occasionally
at conditions over there," he said yes
terday, "but there Is someone always
ready with a quip, no matter how se
rious the situation, and on the whole
the boys are very well satisfied.
There goes more breakfast food
for the Boches,' they say when we send
the shells across the lines, and when a
shell lands close to our dugout some
one Is always ready with, 'There's a
hot one,' and then we turn to our tasks
"Mustard gas attacks are frequent.
The Huns have apparently abandoned
the smoke gas.
"Once they shelled us with mustard
gas shells for 26 hours, with but few
Gas Effects Lasting.
"As the effect of the gas is felt for
two or three hours afterwards, we had
to keep on our masks through the
whole bombardment. The masks are
uncomfortable at first, but we soon get
used to them.
"We go right along with the infan
try in building dugouts, fixing up
trenches, making wire entanglements
or any number of things. There wasn't
much big fighting up in the Alsace-
Lorraine front, but the raids and local
SKUNK RULES PRINCE HOME
Animal Stands Off Maids and Re
serve Forces Are Called.
A skunk caught In the basement win
dow of the residence of Thomas Prince,
in Alameda Park, early yesterday-
morning, baffled all strategy at th
command of the housemaid, cook and
gardener employed In the home until
.reserve forces could be called out In
the form of a motorcycle officer. The
officer boldly took aim with a .SS-call
ber revolver and shot the beast to death
while the admiring maids stood by with
fingers In their ears.
The varmint still game, got in his
deadly work while the death rigor set
In. All day yesterday the interior of
the house and its whole vicinity in
Alameda Park was overhung with
heavy and decidedly "wild" atmosphere,
despite the rigorous efforts of tho serv
ants, who burned sulphur, feathers and
formaldehyde candles to neutralize the
memory of the Intruder before th
prince family arrived from a visit out
of town late last evening.
VOTERS MAY DECIDE
Firemen's Two-Platoon Sys
tem Petition Is Delayed.
Home Trial Free
GUARD TO BE FEDERALIZED
Captain Robert Sawier's Unit. Will
Enter National Service.
Captain Robert Sawyer's unit of
young militiamen. Company D, with a
personnel of 110 members, will be
mustered into the Oregon National
Guard tomorrow night at the Armory.
It will thus be the First National Guard
Company of the regiments newly
authorized and In process of formation
the first since federalization of the
former National Guard, August 6, 1917.
Company D is largely recruited from
among young men of high school age.
Two more companies will be ready
to be mustered into the Guard within
a few days. These are the commands
of Captains Wolcott and Reed. The
new National Guard Is susceptible to
federalization at the call of the Pres
ROTARIANS TO SEE SHIPS
Trip to Be Made Tnesday to Grant
Smith-Porter Plant at St. Johns
A trip to the leading wooden ship
yard In the United States will take the
place of the regular Tuesday luncheon
meeting with the Rotarians this week.
Rotarian Erio V. Hauser, general man
ager of the Grant Smith-Porter ship
building plant, has invited the members
to Inspect the yard next Tuesday.
The Rotarians will meet at the
Hotel Benson at noon and go to the
St. John yard in autos. Box lunches
will be taken. The party will be given
the freedom of the plant and get first
hand knowledge of the conditions that
have made it possible for this plant to
outstrip all others in wooden ship con
MEASURE TWICE DEFEATED
No obligations. No expense to you.
We want you to see and test an OHIO-
TUEC in your own home and to tell
your friends about it. Call at our
or telephone as today, or mail na your address.
PORTLAND RAILWAV, LIGHT & POWER CO.,
Telephone Marshall MOO.
OLDS, WORTMAN KING CO.. Morrison and West Park
Telephone Marshall 4880.
m ill nrs' or r a m
Electric Bidg. t JT
PRACTICE patriotic, sensible Thrift. Provide yourself with an OHIO
TTJEC Electric Suction Cleaner and donate to your country's service
1 ; !ii i j .i . . .
uuc uuic k wui save oy uoing in lumutts tne nousecieaningthat
wastes so many Hours of your rime and so much of your energy.
Let us prove to you that this "Matter of Household Tasks' the world's
greatest portable suction cleaner will easily pay for itself by doubling the life
of your carpets and rugs that art uoorth today twice as much at you paid fir thtm.
It Not Only Sweeps, But cleans
The OHIO-TTJEO is the BEST cleaner. Why? Beranse it cleans
best. Why? Because It has the greate&t SUCTION POWER com
bined with the meet practical revolving brush of any cleaner.
With the OHIO-TUEO you get all the dirt more than
dost and all the thread, hair and litter. And this cleaning
power improves your carpetlngs. Absolutely no chanoe of
lni ury to fabrics.
This superior cleaning power Is worth money to yon.
for It saves hours of time and pounds of energy.
The OHIO-TUEO cleans cleaner and quicker than any
other portable cleaning apparatus made.
It pays, when buying an elnctrlo suction cleaner, to
get the best. Dont be misled by store demonstrations
or tuts lovuuiDiBDaauonB oi a jnena woo
has not seen and compared an OHIO
TUEO with any other machine.
Commissioner Bigelow Asks Council
Deny Request and Submit
Proposition to Ballot
ner and gave the prisoners a short talk
in which he thanked them for the good
'work which they had done. Chief
Deputy Martin Pratt and the several
Jailors also attended the dinner.
Although in hearty favor of the two-
platoon system in the Portland fire
bureau. City Commissioner Bigelow, in
charge of the fire department, has rec
ommended to the City Council that the
petition recently filed by members of
the bureau, asking the Council to insti
tute a two-platoon system, be denied.
In hie report to the Council. Com
missioner Bigelow recalls that on two
occasions. In June, 1917, and in May,
1918. the voters of the city defeated the
two-platoon measures presented on the
In 1918," the report says, "I took the
stump and worked in behalf of the
measure in the belief that because of
changed conditions and better working
conditions in every other occupation,
there was less attraction for capable
and efficient men to remain or enlist in
the bureau of fire than In most any
other occupation. It is therefore my
belief that if we would have men in the
fire service, capable of protecting the
life and property of this city, conditions
must be improved by better hours of
service by the installation of the two-
platoon system. '
I also have respect for the Oregon
system of the Initiative and referendum
and do not believe that It is within the
GIRL PICKERS ARE SOUGHT
Farm Help Specialist Responds to
Call From Valley Growers.
J. W. Brewer, farm help specialist,
has mailed a number of questionnaires
to high school girls, requesting that
they lend their services in harvesting
the blackberry crop.
One thousand women and girls are
needed for the work. In the Willam
ette Valley there is an unusually large
crop of berries and the canneries there
have been awarded contracts for their
preservation. In addition to chaperons
there will be a supervisor and cook in
each camp. A charge of 50 cents a day
will be made for board.
Anyone Interested is asked to call
at the office of the Oregon Women's
Farm Reserve, 704 Oregon building.
FRENCH TAKE AUSTRIANS
Entrenchments on Monte Sisemol
Penetrated, 250 Captured.
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
ROME, Aug. 10. French troops pene
trated deep into the Austrian entrench
ments on Monte Sisemol this morning,
capturing 250 prisoners, according- to
province of any Commission or Council an official statement issued by the War
to say that the people have erred in I Office.
casting the ballot on important ques
tions and then setting aside the will of
the people as expressed at the polls.
A campaign of education is neces
sary to convince the public of the need
for a two-platoon system. I therefore
recommend that the City Attorney and
tne Commissioner of Public Affairs
prepare a . two-platoon measure and
present it on the ballot at the election
on November 6.
QUARTER BLOCK BOUGHT
JOHN F. AND WALTER M. DALY ARE
Property at Twelfth and Taylor Streets,
With Ten Large Flat Buildings,
John F. and Waiter M. Daly, of the
Title & Trust Company, have purchased
the valuable quarter block at the north
east corner of Twelfth and Taylor
streets, from Robert W. Wilson, the
transfer being made yesterday.
The property is Improved with frame
buildings containing ten large six-room
flats. Mr. Wilson had owned the quar
ter block for many years, and im
proved it about 10 years ago. It is
diagonally across the street from the
Villa St. Clara Apartments.
A nominal consideration was stated
in the deed, but the property was held
at J 6 0,0 00, and it is understood that
around that figure was paid for it. Mr.
Wilson accepted several smaller parcels
of Portland property as part of the
The negotiations in the deal were
handled by the Lueddemann Company,
who represented both principals in the
Gunther & Gunther store. East Twen
tieth and Hawthorne avenue, yesterday.
Following the address grocers and
butchers present voted to adopt the
one-dellvery-a-day plan requested by
the State Council of Defense
More Merchants Adopt One Delivery,
Jared Wenger, director of the econ
omy division of the State Council
Defense, addressed the grocers of the
Hawthorne and Belmont districts at the
THE SECOND DEATH
SPIRITUAL BANISHMENT LIKE UNTO THE FIRST
CHICKEN DINNER REWARD
By Dr. JAMES E. TALHAGE
rvitintv .Tll Prltnn. ir , ir l, I Of the Council of the Twelve, Chnrcn. of Jesua Christ of Latter-Day Saln
- - - " " " .
Are Dined by Sheriff.
County Jail prisoners who assisted
in painting the jail interior during the
Salt Lake City, Utah.
In the Revelation written by John
the second death is referred to several
knw-nccn. .v, .jo., tin Lino i cbonii,, WOIB I .u nD-Alv a,. T..nf.,n,r wIpVaH PhvM.
guests at a chicken dinner given to ,cal death ls associated with sorrow
mem inHi evening oy onerm nuriDurt .j ih. onr,ilh f havmnt a oft
All of the men who could weild a paint BO deep that only the assurances o
brush got busy during the two weeks immortality and the certainty of a res
and put the entire jail interior
Sheriff Hurlburt presided at the din-
THIN, NERVOUS PE0
Stanle Luti Is Arrested.
Stanley Lutz. proprietor of a store at
1244 Third street, was arrested yes
terday morning on complaint of Fire
Marshal Grenfell. charged with keep
ing combustible rubbish about his
place. The arrest was made In con
Junction with a warning sent out re
cently by the fire department against
What It Is and How It Increases Weight, Strength and Nerve Force
in Two Weeks' Time in Many Instances
SHOULD BE PRESCRIBED BY EVERY DOCTOR
AND USED IN EVERY HOSPITAL
Says Editor of "Physicians' Who's Who."
Take plain bitro - phosphate la the
advice of physicians to thin, delicate,
nervous people who lack vim, energy
and nerve force, and there seems to be
ample proof of the efficacy of this
preparation to warrant the recommen
dation. Moreover, If we judge from the
countless preparations and treatments
which are continually being advertised
for the purpose of making thin people
fleshy, developing arms, neck and bust,
and replacing ugly hollows and angles
by the Soft curved lines of health and
beauty, there are evidently thousands
of men and women who keenly feel
their excessive thinness.
Thinness and weakness are usually
due to starved nerves. Our bodies need
more phosphate than Is contained in
modern foods. Physicians claim there
Is nothing that will supply this de
ficiency so well as the organic phos
phate known among drugKlsts aa bitro-
phosphate, which ls Inexpensive and ls
sold by most all druggists under a
guarantee of satisfaction or money
back. By feeding the nerves directly
and by supplying the body, cells wltai
the necessary phosphoric food ele
ments, bitro - phosphate quickly pro
duces a welcome transformation In the
appearance; the Increase in weight fre
quently being astonishing.
Clinical tests made in St. Catherine's
Hospital. N. Y. C, showed that two
patients gained in weight 23 and 27
pounds, respectively, through the ad
ministration of this organic phosphate:
both patients claim they have not felt
as strong -and well for the past twelve
This Increase In weight aleo carries
with it a general Improvement In the
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and
lack of energy, which nearly always
accompany excessive thinness, soon
disappear, dull eyes become bright and
pale cheeks glow with the bloom of
perfect health. ,
Physicians and hospitals everywhere
are now recognising its merits by its
use in "ever - increasing quantities.
Frederick Kolle, M. D-, editor of New
Tork "Physicians' Who's Who," says:
"Uro-Phosphts should, be prescribed
urrection can effectively palliate or re
lieve. The mere mention or thought
of a second death is horrifying. What
Is this frightful eventuality? And is
it to be the lot of the many or the
We have seen that a means of re
demption ls provided even for those
who are cast Into hell; and that every
soul shall be resurrected in due time.
whether he be righteous or foul with
sin. The second death, therefore, what
ever its nature or extent, is a feature
the final judgment, at which each
hall stand in his resurrected body of
flesh and bones to receive the sentence
honor or of shame.
We are without scriptural warrant
for assuming that the second death ls
another separation of body and spirit.
or that the spirit shall undergo dlsso
lutlon and cease to be. The spirit of
man la eternali and the resurrected
body shall be everlasting. The soul
knows not annihilation, neither loss of
nersonallty in an Impossible Nirvana.
You will be yourself and I myself
throughout eternity, with quickened
senses, amplified powers of perception
and vastly Increased capacity lor nap
r Hrr-n Fnrm.r vi.ifi nlness or suirenng.. iseitner neavon
H O f 1 H M I of
by every doctor and used in every hos
pital to Increase strength and nerve
lorce ana to enricn the blood."
Specialist to North Eastern Dispenea- nor hell can be gaged by the yard-
tory, says: jei moss wno are wean, stica ox nuraa.n -conception,
thin, nervous, anaemlo or run down. In what then does the second death
take a natural, unadulterated substance consist? John wrote of an event fol-
such as bitro-phosphate and you will iowing the resurrection of the wicked
fSSri.!!-,? 2 tnH(lre8,UltS !? and the pronouncement of judgment:
the increase of nerve energy, strength rj j . ... .,
of body and mind and power of endur- And " meU " " " to '
ance." lake of fire. Thin la the second death."
Bitro-Phosphate is made entlrel of (Rev. 20:14). The "lake of fire' as else-
the . organic phosphate compound re- where explained by the Revelator is
ferred to in the National Standard Die- the abode of Satan and those over
pensatory as being an excellent tonic whom he has gained power. The second
and nervine and a preparation which death therefore is final consignment to
has recently acquired considerable rep- tne dominion of Satan, and, of neces-
Se-n'la0 'Th.stSr'd6 xceflecV ft","' the Pr"enCe f
strength and purity of Its substance is Qod and Christ.
beyond question, for every Bitro-Phos- The condition of death that Adam
phate tablet is manufactured In strict brought Immediately upon himself
accordance with the U. S. Pharma- through disobedience was- essentially a
copoela test requirements. Bitro-Phos- spiritual change, whereby he was shut
phate Is therefore not a patent medl- out from the presence of God; and this
,ndtu8'10"1;' ?L-t befell him in the very day of his trans-
any of tn secret nostrums, eo-callea . v wa naj .
tonics or widely advertised "cure-all." grression, as he had been warned it
r-a iTTinx Aiihmirh Bitr-Phnnht. i. iwould. Bodily death, though an un-
mMarpasMd for relieving nervousness, sleep- escapable result, was nevertheless sec
lessness and seneral weakness, owing; ta its ondary. and was deferred until Adam
remarkable flesh-growuis properties it hH r,.rhM the in nf S30 vears
should not he osed Ty anyone who does not na? reached tne age or 3U years,
desire to put on flesh. 'Adv. 1 As eternal life consists in knowing
God and His Son Jesus Christ (John
17:3; Doctrine & Covenants 132:24), so
eternal condemnation or spiritual death
19 essentially u&iiiBiuiieuk irum ins x-i
vine presence, with corresponding for
feiture of glory and power appertain
ing to exaltation. The word of latter
day revelation, relating to Adam's spir
ltual death, and to the final or as we
call it, the second death, which ls re
served for the ungodly, runs as follows
"Wherefore I the Lord God caused that
he should be cast out from the Garden
of Eden, from my presence, because of
hie transgression, wherein he became
spiritually dead, which la the first
death, even that same death, which la
the last death, which la spiritual, which
shall be pronounced npoi the wicked
when I shall Bay Depart, ye accursed."
(Doctrine & Covenants 29:41).
The Lamanlte prophet, Samuel, had a
clear understanding of the matter, as
thus expressed: Bnt behold, the resur
rectlon of Christ redeemeth mankind,
yea, even all mankind, and bxingeth
them back into the presence ef the
Lord. Yea, and It biingeth to pass the
condition of repentance, that whosoever
repent eth, the same Is not hewn down
and cast into the fire I but whosoever
repenteth not, la hewn down and east
Into the fire, and there Cometh upon
them again a spiritual death, yea,
second death, for they are cut off again
as to thing's pertaining- to righteous
(Book of Mormon, Helaman 14:
We are assured that all who win
place and part In the first resurrection
distinctively the resurrection of the
just shall be exempt from the second
death, and shall find their way open to
exaltation in the presence of God.
There ls a place or condition of pun-
shment even deeper than hell. This is
prepared for those who have sinned
most grievously, who have received the
testimony of Christ and afterward wil
fully and with consciousness of what
they were doing, have surrendered
themselves to the power and service of
Satan. "They are they who are the sons
of perdition, ef whom I say that it had
been better for them never to have been
born. . . . These are they who shall
go away Into the lake of fire and brim
stone, with the devil and hla angels,
and the only ones on whom the second
death shall have any power." (Doc
trine & Covenants 76:32-37).
For books cited above and other liter
ature of the Church apply to booksell
ers or to Northwestern States Mission,
810 East Madison St., Portland, Oregon,
or Bureau of Information. Salt Lake
City, Utah. Adv.
I Simply Feel Like a New Man,"
Says Beaverton Man After
"To look at mh VA.,f i
think that just a little while ago my
life was despaired of and
to make my plans accordingly; but
Tanlac has fixed me up so I am out
i.i me neias every day forking hay,
and that's a strong man's Job, I can
This remarkable statement was made
the other day by William Welch, a
well-known farmer who has lived all
his life about a mile northeast of Bea
verton. Oregon, on Route 4, Box 81.
in telling of his wonderful recovery
through the use of Tanlao.
"I had always enjoyed pretty good,
health up to the first of last March."
he continued, "when something seemed
to go wrong and I got into such a run
down condition that I fell off from a
hundred and fifty-five to a hundred
and thirty-two pounds, a loss of twenty-three
pounds. I was terrlhlv
and my heart would beat and thump so
fast that I could hardly rest at night
I had to be very careful about what I
would eat. and for thren mnnth. t n..i
on the very lightest kind of diet. My
skin had a yellowish, sallow look, like
I didn't have any blood In mv veins,
and I wasn't able to do a lick of work
on my farm. I got mighty discouraged,
for none of the medicines I took did ma
any good and I really thought my time
'I was in this awful fix whn I
about the wonderful way Tanlac was
helping others, so I got me a bottle.
Well, I began to feel better Bonn sftAr
starting on it and kept on improving
right along, as I kept on taking it. I
have Just finished my second bottle,
and I have not only got back all my
lost weight, but am actually five
pounds heavier than I was before I w
sick at all; that ls, I have gained twenty-eight
pounds since I began taking
Tanlac. I don't have a bit of trouble
now and simply feel like a new man."
Tanlac is sold in Portland by the Owl
Drug Co. Adv.
A very tnterestlnar bonk hi tn nnh.
Uahed on tobacco habit how to conquer It
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Keep this advertisement; It is likely to
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Motorman Not Losing Any
'I don't think anyone ever suffered
more from stomach trouble and bloat
ing than I have. I had to lay off my
run more than half the time and could
get no help from prescriptions or medi-
lne. One of my friends advised using
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, which I
found to be the greatest remedy ever
put on the earth. I have not lost a day
nee taking It. It Is worth Its weight
in gold." It is a simple, harmless prep
aration that removes the catarrhal mu
cus from the Intestinal tract aid al
lays the inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and intes
tinal aliments. Including appendicitis.
One dose will convince or money re
funded. Owl Drug Co. and druggists
erywhere. raid Adv.