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THROUGH THE FOREST.
flu Old m4 Toung Danced ill HUrst Our
Old men live in the pant.
Ferhaps it woulu be better for the
young men of the present, if they lived
a liHlojbit mooe in the pant, and drew
less on the future.
The log cabins of primitive times
would seem very cheerless habitation
to the people who live in the finely
constructed, furnace heated mansions
of to day. But our grandparents took
a great deal of comfort in these rude
They were rugged and healthy. The
men had stalwart and hardy frames,
and the women were free from the
modern ailments that make the sex
of to-day practically helpless slaves to
hired foreign hlp.
White haired grand-sires frequently
took their life partners and on horse
back rode a score of miles through the
forests to enjoy the lively pleasures of
aj frontier ball, danced till daylight,
rode home again in the early morning,
then put ki a good day's work.
Middle-aged folks of to-day couldn't
stand that sort of a racket.
To these mud-chinked logcabins
doctors' visits were a rarity. The in
habitants lived to a rugged and green
Sometimes these logcabin old-timers
were taken ill. They were not proof
against all the exposures to which
they were subjected. They found the
effective remedies for these common
ailments in the roots and herbs which
grew in the neighboring uimbis and
fields. They had learned that nature
has a cure for every ill. These potent
remedies ashisted their sturdy frames
to quickly throw off disease and left
bo poison in the system.
The unpleasant feature of modern
practice with mineral medicines is the
injuiious after-effect on the system.
May not modern physical degeneracy
be due to this feature f
A drug-saturated eystem is not in
a natural, consequently not in a
healthy, state. If any of the main
organs are clogged with traces of the
mineral poisons used to drive out a
particular disease, the whole machin
ery of life is deranged and early decay
of natural powers is the inevitable
There can be no question that rem
edies from the laboratory of nature
are the best. If they are as tthcacioun,
they have the advantage of leaving no
Their efficacy, if properly com
pounded, and the proper remedy ap
plied to the proper disease, will not be
doubted. The experience of ages
Their disuse has come about prin
cipally through the rapid congregation
of people in cities and villages, render
ing these natural remedies difficult to
obtain. Progressive business enter
prise has lately led to putting these
old time remedies within the reach of
The proprietors of Warner's safe
remedies, in the faith that the people
of to-day would be benefited by using
the simple remedies of log cabin days,
have caused investigations to be made
and secured the formulas of a number
of those which long and successful Ube
had proved to be most valuable.
They will, we learn, be known under
the general title of "Warner's Log
Cabin Remedies" Among these med
icines will be a "Sarsaparilla" for the
blood and liver. "Log Cabin Hops and
Buchu Remedy" for the stomach, etc.,
"Log Cabin Cough and Consumption
Remedy," a remedy called "Scalpiue,"
for the hair, "Log Cabin Extract," for
internal 'and external use, and an old
valuable discovery for catarrh, called
"Log Cabin Roso Cream." Among
the list is also a "Log Cabin Plaster"
and a "Log Cabin Liver Pill."
The Only AcSlertf. ' ' '
"Did any of your family got cut to
pieces with a ninwing-niacliino this
year?" ho asked of a fanner oil the
"Any legs taken off by tho reaper?"
"Not a h;g. "
"Any one fall ofT a haystack and run
a pitchfork into him?"
"Any one got wound up in the
tumbling-rod of the Ihrashing-uia-cliine?"
"Any ono killed by the explosion of
a portable boiler?"
"None of the womon burned todeath
"Well, you ought to bo thankful."
"Yes, 1 suppose so. The only acci
dent we had in our neighborhood oc
curred to a chap who cnnie out from
the city to stay a day or two with me.
Hi fell asleep In the orchard and a
calf chewed all the hair off h i head!"
Detroit Free Presn. f
A Trifle Sarcastic.
Wife to II isband I can't compre
hend how I ever came to marry such
a donkey a yon.
Husband Don't get excited, my
' The only explanation for it is that
IwnsafuoL a wretched, ignominious
"Now look hero, my dear, you may
abuse me as-much as you please, but
I ohall not allow you to call my wife a
fool. You must speak respectfully
when you mention her name, even if
sh does not deserve iu"Schalk.
I do wish." remarked lb wklto
Wse, wearily, "tlist ahrn-kaJrd
girls would try and ky la
iV WsJuiijjbo OrittA
a Eminent I'hyalrta Tflla How )tpti
thsrla Should Be Treated.
Dr. Ceorgo M. Sternberg, in the Lamb
prize essay on the "Disinfection and
Individual Prophylaxis against Infec
tious Diseaser," given by the American
Public Health Association, devotes a
pago (Tthe methods of avoiding diph
theria, Ho says that insuflleiont nour
ishment, the malarial poison and un
Janitary surroundings, are predisposing
fames to the disease. The diphtheritio
poison is capable of increase Indepen
dently of the slek. in damp, foul places,
inch as old sewers, damp cellers, and
especially under old houses in which
the floors come under the surface of tho
ground, leaving a damp, unvcntilated
space. At all events. Dr. Stei nberirsavs
diphtheria often clings to such houses In
spite of the application of the usual
means of disinfection. There is no
doubt of tho influence of bad hygienio
conditions in maintaining tho infection
when the disease has been introduced,
and it is possible that such conditions
may originate diphtheria. Prevention
is best secured by complete non-inter
course with the sick, the avoidance of
Infected localities, and care to exclude
all persons and articles coming from
such houses from contact with house
keepers or children. Tho disease is
often spread by thoughtless persons who
visit the sick-room, and even kiss the
infected patients, and then, without
any disinfection, fondle healthy children
in other places, and purhaps transmit
by a kiss the infectious material that
has adhered to their lips. Tiie disease
may be transmitted by pot animals.
But it is tho discharges from the throat
and nasal passages which are especially
Dr. Sternberg says tho littlo bag of
camphor or cotton wet with carbolic
acid which the fond mother ties about
her child's neck to ward off diphtheria
or scarlet fever at school are of no use.
Nothing but thorough disinfection of
the premises and keeping away from
tho contagion will do. All damp and
dark places should be aired and cleaned,
ventilation should be secured under
every cellar and floor. Plonty of good
tires should be maintained in stoves
and grates, nnd abundant air admitted
to every room. There is no specific
for the disease; it is not known to bo
duo to any special germ. Children
should be isolated, put in a room up
stairs, or distant from the general liv-iug-room.
No public funerals should
he permitted. If possible, the sick
room should be deserted and fumigated
with sulphur every few days. TIih
room should bo steamed by a pan of
boiling water on the stove for an hour.
It should then bo closed tight; the key
hole and cracks closed with paper
pasted on. Then a tub with an inch of
water is set in the middle of the room,
and the sulphur is burned in a pan
supported on bricks in the water to
avoid tire. The sulphur is mixed in
with co' ton bi' tting, a pound to a bed
room and two pounds to a living-room.
Tho cotton and sulphur are moistened
with alcohol, ignited and the room
closed for two hours or all night. Only
in this way is the disinfection thor
ough. All rags, handkerchiefs, towels.
sheets and srarments near the sick
should be burned or boiled for a half
honr. The sick-room should be as clear
of furniture as possible. Carpets,
stuffed chairs and bric-a-brac should
be removed from the- sick-room.
Friends and visitors must be kept out.
nnd tho attendants should be regarded
as infected persons. The mother should
not care for the sick child and at the
same time have tho family in charge.
There must be division of labor and
household and fSek-room quaratino.
THE GRAY SQUIRREL.
Soma Habit of Thl Interesting Member
or the Kodent family.
Although tho gray squirrel lays up
soniu store of nuts for tho winter, he is
not a very provident housokooper, and
enjoys his food as ho gets it. Ho sleeps
through the rugged weather in sonic
hollow branch or tree trunk, but the
warm winter sunshino will sometimes
hire him out even when tho snow is
lving on tho hills. Still he is not wholly
improvident, as tho empty nutshells
about his winter quarters testify. His
character as a poacher is not above sus
picion, and many a bird's nest is rilled
af both eggs and downy young when
rtiey fall in tho way of his rambles.
A rather remarkable feature in the
life of the gray squirrel is the irregular
migratory movement which numbers of
them make tit various times, more
especially in the fall of the year. For
many years the gray squirrels may be
scarce in many sections ol tho country
when all at once somo fine autumn
morning the woods and trees were over
run with thein. Broad rivers offer no
barrier to their progress; mountain
ranges are crossed and whole areas of
woodland are given over to them.
These occasional migrations are very
similar to the irregular movements of
lemming, a ratlike animal of Northern
Europe, which at times sweeps over
the country in vast hordes, devouring
evert- trieen thinr in their path. A
tract of country through which such a
migration has passed is often com
pletely devastated. But happily tho mi
grations of our squirrel are not on so
large a scale or so frequent, and the
crops do not suffer greatly. The cause
of these movements is undoubtedly a
scarcity of food compelling them to
leave, and under a common impulse
they unite in one great body and mi
grate elsewhere. Philadelphia Timet.
Farmer Dickinson, of Chatham, N.
J., is a skillful taxidermist, and that he
nny have birds to stuff and sell he
iireeds owls which he prepares for the
market, which a said to be firm.
At the fourth annual convention of
architect in Cincinnati, recently, a house
which was built with flre-DOof wire lath
lug, was set on fire in order to show the
architect that it would not burn.
MAC! OH XAKTK
Awaits that countless army of martyr, whose
ranks are constantly recruited from the vio-
tims of nervousness and nerveus diseases.
The price of the boon 1 s sistematlo conrte of
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters, the finest and
moat Rental of tonle nervines, punued with
reasonable persistence, taster, pleaaanter
and afor this than to swaah the victualing
department with pseudo-tonics, alcoholio or
the reverse, beef extract, nerva foods, narcot
ist, sedatives and poiaona til disguise. "Tired
Nature sweet restorer, balmy sleep," Is Die
Brovidentlal recuperant for weak nerves, and
lis glurtou franchise being usually the con
sequence of sound digestion and increased
vigor, the great itoniachto which insures both
is productive also of repose at the required
Ume. Not unrefreahed awakens the individ
ual who uses it, but vigorous, clear headed
and tranquil. Use the Illtters also in fever
and ague, rheumatism, kidney trouble, con
stipation and biliousness.
It I said that England expends nearly
$3,000,000 yearlv to maintain her Bpy sys
tem in America.
THJ BEAUTY OF WOMAlf
is her crown of glory. But alasl how
quickly does the nervous debility and
chronic weakness of the sex cause the
bloom of youth to pass away, sharpen the
lovely features, and emaciate the rounded
form! There is but one remedy which
will restore the faded roses and brinR back
the grace of youth. It is Dr. Pierce's
"Favorite Prescription," a sovereign rem
edy for the diseases peculiar to females.
it is one or the greatest ooons ever con
ferred upon the human race, for it pre
serves that which is fairest and dearest
to all mankind the beauty and the health
There Is said to be a sheen at Akron,
Ohio, which weighs 6H0 pounds.
IH 0ENEBAL DEBILITY, EMACIATION,
Connumntlon and WaHtlnr In Chll-
dren, Mrott'ai Kmnlnloaiof Pure Cod Liver
Oil with Hypophosphites, is a most valuable
food and medicine. It creates an appetite for
food, strengthens the nervous system, and
builds up the body. Please read: "I tried
Scott's Kmulsion on a young man whom Physi
cians at time irave un hone Since ho bai
been tsing the Emulsion hi Cough has oeascd,
gained flesh and strer.gth, and from all appear
ances his life will be prolonged many years."
SULLIVAN, Hospital blewaru, juorgauut, 1'a.
It is highly dangerous to use anything
but a purely vegetable remedy for the
liver. liobb's Little Vegetable Pills is
such, and is recommended by physicians,
Anne. Queen of Richard II, first intro
duced side-saddle for ladles.
A BUEE THING.
There'are very few things in this life of
which we may be absolutely certain, but
this is one of them: that Dr. Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets have no
equal as a cathartic- in derangements of
the liver stomach and bowels. They are
very small and their action is pleaaant.
Purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, 25
cents a vial. All druggists.
Seven vears ago Mexico h ad but 400 miles
of railroad; now she has 4,000.
TESTIMONY OF A PAINTER,
No. 105 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn,
Allcock's Porous Plasters ore undoubt
edly the best external remedy manufac
tured. I meke this assertion to the public
from my own personal experience of their
wonderful virtues. Suff ering from severe
pains in my side and chest, contracted
through a severe cold. I applied a couple
of Allcock's Porous Piasters upon going to
bed at night The reu t was, that in eight
hours after applying them I could get up
and walk about with very little pain or
ache, when the night previous I could
neither get up nor down without help, nor
stoop to remove my snoes. x nave since
us d them in my family for various ail
ments, and have never known them to fail
to give almost instant relief.
T. H. Backps.
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Washington oomapondenu ado. Hiss tt. DoVo, HoatUe
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becoming rery sore. Swaykk's Ointment stops the
Itchlug and bleeding, koals ulceration, and In muy
eases remotes the tumors. It Is equally etttcaclous In
curing HI okln Diseases. DR. 8WAYNK HON,
Proprietors, Philsdeliihta. bWAYNi'a Ointmkht esu
be obtained of druggists. Sent by mail for 50 Cent.
See Antisell Piano advertisement.
TryGermea for breakfast.
OameUln Improves and preserves tha onmpleilan.
lUsnpertoraioenenoaproTsnlaaiOUam f nomrsfot
mora than au,uattr of a oeotury. It is ssed oy Jia
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Butter and lard should be kept In stone
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For relieving Throat Trouble
and VougUn, "Urown'a Uronchial Tro
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ita timely use thousands of hopeless case have
Kw 11 luimuiuntlv jmimiI 1 u 1. u 1 1 k. ii I a4 tr.
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Llltl Back. The spinal column Is the main
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TWISTED OUT OF 8HAPK.
Distortion!. Men and women recklessly
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sult is the few standing straight and the
many bending down.
Paint. Those which afflict the back are the
meat insidious or subtile. They come at
times without warning; we rise from a sit
ting posture to find tlie back so crippled of
trained as to cause acute suffering.
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milH rKDKItfllONKD HAH ESTABLISHED IS
-Hsnta iioroara, usi., a piaos lor curina inaiNKt-s,
wmitia, nuw in uio oiiiid, wihkii uui.i uimwu. auu'
loot lo cure oy ini-se Bprinirs suun as, aneo.ions 01 tns
Liver, stomach, ttowels, Liinr, etc., on the ;arltiail
lilan, under ths direction of lilt. HCiHNKK, tlie oela
nrsted riiysiclsn. whohsscuriHl these silnientsinaiouat
acb, Bowels, Luiirt. etc.. on mo carisisul
astonishing insnner I- IIOII ., M. I , riiyslcfan.
Hurtreon and Aocmcheiir. Cor. Hlate and Ootantiwita
TStt ItRf.T or rttrMurttart
m.'la siriMSl tut ias ear of
roMuefiU ef lbs liwrsllrs
orssm. Tlie ouiitlBuuiis wrtira
of KI.Kn-allMTK (HHwailu
Uirftoh lb rs.-ts vnut rflwrs
Ujsra to hftslthy setkis. to nut
soefesiHlUilswUh Ktootrls rtola
aJvertUs ts ssr sll tils from
bailMIH, Ills fr Iks OSS
ror eireulsfs gtvtsf fall la
ISrsMll'iB, srUrw Clxwrsr Klss
trts Bsll Oo,, III WsstusfUa
For The NERVOUS
11 ! 3'
1 1(1(111 Will be paid for sack andsvrry train of Bols
flUUU onsui ulisUnm fuuud in WlsuousIfotierUne,
ackrxivlsiifnl ilia moat dolls-bifid and only tally
hanulMs lull artlol aver Lrixiiiord fur bosuUfflii
and Meeervtng th soraplsilon. n-siitvtiif too, srsubura,
frockles and u Umii labia aad eoushuasa of lb skin.
Used and Indorsed by tha alls of anetetr and lb
bias. Hold Wj all dnwstsl al 60 out pr hottl.
Wall and flesh. St sail nurtured by W. M. WISDOM
00., UbawlsU, ForUaud, Orasua.
Acme Electric Belt Agency
171 Fourth EU, bet Morrison and Yamhill,
ADVICE AND MEDICINE 11.00.'!
auuusasVBy treated. Ohrooio and Kay
Vuos Tfuublui a apaowtty lUwumaUstu, Mounlala.
I Homme IMMWf , tkuikwi weotoKa and
Loot Manhood awssslully araaled vttll too aid ol st
UsLaaaaTco A Kxai tnw iialT and oUiureleeMs
anullaraea. Hoaual DlaossM Saaan b the omo at roost
BwMuuabt rau, a onmpetan rnywaw ana im
Irk&w ki attMkkne dally Country patiieirns
'sanna avuair mm
CUKES ALL HIMOKS,
from a common Illotrh, or F.rnptlon,
to the worst Herolulo. Salt.rlieuni,
Mleer" sores," naiy or nusia
Kktn, lu sliort, all dlstws raimt-d by bait
blood tiro coniiiind by this imwrrful, purl'
fvlnir. anil Inviiroratliiff nicdlclne. Oreal
KaUliaT I'lccra mpiilly Ikiu untW its bo
niirii lidliK'nou. ICsMH'lnlly tin It msiiift'stoc
Its notfney In onrinir Teller, Hose Hash,
Its iMitt-ncy In onrinir sener, oe "
Holla, carbunrlea, Wore l-yea, Scroi
..I..... H.,ri.a and hwrlllnaa. Illp
Holla, Carbuncles, nore i-yea, roi
loiiit Dlsonse, Wblle Kwelliiiaa,
Loltre, or Thick Neck, snd enlarged
; lull da. 8ond tt-n n-iils in stiiiis fin
Inriro ti-ontlsti. with
Dlsonans. or tho Sill
coUirfd iilntcs, on t-kln
mini' atitotint for a trcatlso
H u..K..rnl.,iia A IVfw'f lima.
'THE BIOOD IS) TIIE I.IFE.
Thoniiiirhlvt liniiBC It by Main- Ur. riorce';
fHoldon Nodical OUcovory, snd good
dlaeation, a fair shin, buoyant "Plir-
ItapauU Vlsai sarvunui, m wibwuiwi,
which la Scrofula of the Mm as, Is ar
twl and ouml by tin remedy, If token tm.
ftire the liwt stiunw of tlio dift-nao ore rraehf-d).
From tts marvilons powt'i- over mis H-rrimy
fatiil disoiuio, wlmn first nili rlnir thl novy
ocltnitMl rwnixly to tlio ptilillo, Dr. 1'mnca
(AotiB-ht seriously of cnlliiiK It bis "Con
smuplloii Cure," but nbnndonvd Hint
name as too IlinlU-d for n mi-dlclnp which,
from Its wonderful ooinbinallim of tonic, or
StrvnKtlrcnlnK, nlUirntlvc, or hlcxxU'lriliiBlnH,
aiitl-iiilleiis, prHionil, nnd nutritive propt'r
fles, ia uiiequnlnL not only ns a remedy for
consumption, but fur all throttle Dis
eases tit the
Liver, Blcod, and Lungs.
If jrvl fool dull, drowrry, debllHati-d, have
sallow color of skla, ir yflkiwlsh-brown utiots
on fitoa or biMly, IrvqiurH ln-iulnclit' or dial
nom. bad buttu In mouth, liitrrnitl lient or
chills, ulturnutitiK Willi b it tluslK'S, low spirits
aud tiiiximy foruUxliiiKS, ii-nirulnr ripiietito,
and contd tonifiiu, you on- siflU'rinir from
inaiRCSIlUll! SFVat-fwi.,, nuva kv.i'.w
Liver, or "nil
ouaiii'ka." In umny
cnncs only part ol tnese symptoms nro r.To
A Aa a nmiMlv lor nil ail
Ir. Pierce's ti.oldeu
eoverr is unsurpiiwed.
lor Weak I.uitfe, Kplttlns; ot
mood. HWrltie ol llrcnlli, Hroii
r hit I a, Aafhniu, Severe CoHglis, sud
kindred affoctious, it is on cnictent lemcdy.
8ot.n or Dwuooiwts, nt f 1.00, or UX
BOTTLE for .00.
bund tou OJ'iits In stamps for Dr. Ploroe
book on Consumption, inldnfis,
H'orld's lyixpoiiaary Itlcdlrnl Asso
clatiou, (JW ilulu tilitx't, liurrALO, N. Y.
Is offered by the proprietors
of lir.Siuro'sCtttnrrh Hentedy
for a cuho of cnturrb which
tltoy ctuinot cure. If you
huve a dlHcharire from the
noeo, bffonslve or othtrwiw, partial liws of
smell, tastu, or hunrlnif, iri-nk eyes, dull pain
or nrnsHtire In head, you have Ciitnrrh. Thou,
sands of dun's turmlntito in consumption.
Dr. Hiiiro's Catakhh ItKMtbv cureefhowonri
cases of Catarrh, "Cold In the Head,"
awl Catarrhal Xloudache, 60 cent.
L ri - - -nn i "Hi US mi ssijiii
Should Take this Great
Ilobb'a Nerve Tonic
Pills are composed of
Just such elemonts as
Knrlvh the Itlooil and
atreus;thrn the Kervc
and elHNtJcity of youth.
.Men and Women sufTtir
from Derangement of
the Nerves and Pover
ty of the lllood. Woii'O
It In the whlteuitiK hair,
the untimely wrinkles,
the lost of form iu fact,
In all the sIkui of prema
ture old axe,
dMen, and Voiina; Old
"Man. vou need liobb's
Nerve Tonle l'llla. It Is Kraln Food, It
Is a muscle, luvixorntor; builds up the Waste
Places makes the weak atroiiK aud vlx-or-ous.
Are you suflerliiR in seerot for pnst
orrorst We will indorse for you if you try
the Nerve Tonlo Tills. Even If you sre
waak snd nervous with low of vital power
Tour manhood almost fled, leaving you pnle
fnoed and hollow-eyed liobb's Nerve
Tonle I'll! were made for you, and all
person wi th th following-complaint,
vla.i i'aliiltntlun of the Heart, flutter-
Ins;, TrenilillriK, If ysterla, Nervouanes
In any form, Nervous Headache, Neu
ralgia, Cold Hands or Feet, l'aln In the
, ., ,,. n m t
i z" r i V .
form or Female
' woui wmou wo uu
not euro to eiin-
merato. Try them, and you will Join the
mousanas or nappy men ana women wno
dally bless Dr. ilobb for bis great work In
They drive away Pimples and Itlntches
from the skin, causa a dull yellow skin to be
replaced by a Clear Com pi cs Ion, snd leave
the brightness of youth. They sre sugar
coated, and on ly one pi 11 a dose. Price 50 ots.
a Bottle. BoutbymallorallDrtifc-glits.
HOBB'8 MEDICINE CO., SAN FUMCtSGS, OAL
To ltl a Day. Sample worth (1.C0, FHKE.
nea not uailer the horses feat. Write Hsxw.
STta'sHirmr HsiMllnLDrs 'o., Holly. Mleh.
P. N. U. No, tlg-a F. N. U. No. ttt
Celery aud Coca, the promtnont la
greilients, are the best aud ufest
JScrve Tonics. It Urengthens snd
nervous system, curing
orvou Weakness, liysterla, bleep.
It drive out the poisonnus humor of
thu blood purifying and enriching It,
snd so overvximUig those disease
resulting from Impure or Impover
Acting mlldlyhut rarely on the bowels
it cures habitual constipation, and
en tho stiimaidi, and aids digestion.
In iu mm position the best and most
activodlun-tliTSof the Materia Medica
are combined scientifically with other
efloctive rumeilie tr disease of the
kidneys It can be relied on to five
quick relief and speedy cure.
Raadtvds of tastfraoniais bava been rseslvad
from pm-snoa wbo hsva nsnd this rrtnsdr with
rnjsrksPto tisajani. Saadforaireuisrs,givuic
rrts SI N. told Vy SnMisIa,
WELLS, RICHARDSON A CO, Prop's