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THE. OREGON. DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 13. 1009.
WASTE OF LlOie,
City Health Officer1 Makes
Criticism of Medical In-
. siH'clioiV of Schools. '
HE RUSH SALES
70 REACH. GOAL
IfeJ Cross Stamp Campaign
ers Continue With Un:
relenting Knergy. v ;
Tho medical school Inspection sys
tem Is no rood, at least as co
i...l In Portland. It 1 ft
Th ell la tlOt setting Vftlu
m.Iv1. On OF IM ci of con
tngloua dhvas in U that hav been
1tr.ro vered by th Inspector thla on.
About all they do ) to discover lie,
I'iiv Health Officer. Dr. C. It Wheeler
mada the foreaolna- statement today In
it.. iMiira. nf m. . cian variation Willi
.inuniMi jireaentatlve al the city liall.
Hr. Wheeler, had juit wllM attention
la tlm extremely small numoer or coin'
inunicahle disease that hare hern thus
lur reported to the health office.
i to to date there hav been four cases
of diphtheria; reported and eljtht of
scarlet fever. The average, number of
i-Hnca for tlia'sama period la murh
larirrr. " ' ;' '
Isn't thla condition du largely to
, the. efforts of the medical school 'In
iectorr Dr. wheeler waa ask so.
"Medical achool Inapectlon la a good
thing where it ia needed," continued the
health officer, "but we oont neeo
here. I have iasued Inatructlona s to
teachera In all the achoola to report
every case of alrkneaa that la noticed
In the achoola and: to exclude tha chil
dren until authorised by tha health or-fi-e
la allow them to return. - w
"In casts where akin, eruption are
noted, Indicating smallpoK. acarlet lever
or other Infectious ailments the ueaifn
offKe la notified '. Immediately by the
tefw her and the case la cared for at
once. . '' v -' .'':
"Another reason why the present system-
ia not productive of the beat re
sult la that the parents of children are
displeased when auggeatlona are made
to them by the Inspectors as to the care
of the students. ' r instance, a physi
cian observes a case of greatly enlarged
tonsils. Ho may come to the conclusion
that an operation ahouid be performed.
If he makes a suggestion to. this effect
. the child's parents become Indignant.
t hey think It ia none of tha Inspector's
business, that the family physician is
perfectly capable of giving all the ad
vice needed. Thla la only, one instance;
there are many other,",
The medical achool Inspection system
was established In Portland last year
when the old health board of the Lane
administration; succeeded in having the
city , council appropriate the money
necessary to pay; the ,;alariea ; of the
school nurse and two medical inspectors.
The number of medical Inspectors was
later increased to" four 'and the .salary
reduced by half.. The school nurse re
ceives (75 a month and , the inspectors
J50 a month. Nearly all the large cities
uf the United States have medical In
spection system for tha public schools.
A LIMIT TO OUR PATIENCE
' , (Other South Ararrao Republic flea) Copy.)
YUEX SUEY WANTS
Red Cree stamp campaigner ' In
Portland have tremendous ambition.
To re ilia It they must have void by
Saturday night of thie week 760,000
stamps. What a hurryinr. bustling, en
terprlelng crusade ' the Visiting NuCe
association will lead. therefore, la, em
phaalaed by the formal campaign of the
week a work which include aoiioitation
of every organisation, firm and buatness
man who may bo expected to glv
Kales already have yon close to tne
SOO.OQO mark, ret to complete tne ex
tra ouarter of a million and leava Only
JS 0.000 of the original 1.000,000 for sale
between Monday of next week and
rhrlmrr.au la taken to mean a degree of
Red Cross enterprise novel to any city.
While the fight wag merrily and
conquest seems - assured In Portland,
Hood River and The Dalles are furnish
ing some Red Crows -excitement which
ia mora than byplay. Hood River work
era want to be second to Portland
number of aales made. Tha Dalles has
. I. 1. 1 n -. a amKlllnM That
Mia VAliia iiiu yK bii iiiuiiivik hi .
rivalry between the two progressive I
town ia intense. Stamps are being sold
wuli corresponding frequency. It la yet
doubtful which will be Winner.
. ' Hot Oood for vostag-a.
Postmaster J. G Toung says he would
have less work if every buyer of a Red
ros stamp knew absolutely that Red
Cross stamps' are not good for postage.
n the language of the Visiting Nurse
association, "Red ctoss atampa will not
carry any kind of mall.' but any kind
of mall will carry them." provided that
mall haa ..already been provided with
proper poatage, of the Unci Bam reg-
New booth were opened today In the
Hotel Seward, in charge of Mrs. Charles
Berg and Mr. Felix, Fried lander, also In
the Chamber of Commerce and Wells
Vr go 'buildings, both booths In charge
of Mrs. R. J. Marsh.
The Will Work.
"'Booth ; workers for Tuesday are aa
Hotel Seward-Mlss Louise MesJcki
snd assistants. i
Pninihr fit rnmm.rpk.Mri. R 3. I
Marsh and assistants.
Welle Fargo & Co. Mrs, George Mc-
Brlde and assistant.
Old. .Woi tman & King Miss Elixa
beth P. Sawyer and assistants.
Llpmiin, Wolfe A Co. Miss Dorothy
Hoi brook and assistants.
Meier & Frank company A. Kfc, Miss
Leslie 1 Weidler: d.: m.. Miss Maraaret
Walter, Mifia Lisa Wood. -Charlton'
Five and Ten Cent store
Mrs. Kuettner ana assistant.
oodard St .Clarice A. M., Mr.
Charles Berg. Miss F. Kohn; p. m.. Mrs.
Postofflee-Mls Doyle and assistant
Hotel Portland Mrs. Harry Lltt and
miss i..aura emitn.
Hotel Perkins Mrs. Moylan, Mr.
Cranston and MrK Reed. i
Hotel Oregon Mrs. John Keating and
, Hotel Imperial Mr. Lydel Baker.
Yuen Suey, the lessee of premises on
Fourth and Flandera streets, who was
ejected by a suit in the circuit court
several rnontha ago, has begun an ac
tion for the return of $5000 he deposited
with A. Fleshman to guarantee hi con
formance with, the titrmi of the lease.
The lease waa to run' 20 years from' "Dug" Nash, the University Park con
May,, 1908, at $775 per month, and thejtrftt:tor accused of aelling liquor wlth-
"""tj " imw uuiii Apni, iu, wnen
the plaintiff defaulted. The ejectment
followed, Yuen aay .that his deiioslt
"DUG" NASH FOUND - '
NOT GUILTY QUICKLY
Has not been applied to the rent and
that he is unlawfully dispossessed of
REWARD OFFERED FOR
'4 MURDERER OF CHILD
(United Prea Leased, Wlr.t
' Detroit, Dec, 13 The citiiens today
started a reward fund for the apprehen
sion of the murderer of Helen Clark, the
little girl who was found strangled to
ocam in the Whitman trucking yard
here Saturday, . ' 4
t The police have been unable to get
Important Information from Glenn Fire
stone and Thomas Clark, who are under
arrest, having been taken Into custody
fit is now believed the girl was mur
dered somewhere In the neighborhood
tif the truck yard, and that her body
was dragged there afterward.
tOCr ROLLING AT
? Sixty Portland Woodmen of the
World, headed by F. B. Tlohenor, the
general organiser, left for Newberg this
afternoon to participate in a big log
rolling and initiation In that town to
night, Newberg and other camp In
that Vicinity have 130 candidates for
Initiation, and it is expected that at
least 400 members will be present for
the celebration. , Newbera- ia one nf th
Eldest ramps in the state and supplies
jpost of the new members to be received
out having obtained a, government li
cense, was acquitted by a Jury In United
states district court today. Federal
Judge C. B. Wolverton ordered Nash re
leased from custody. t
Verdict in the Nash case was reached
by the Jurymen Saturday afternoon,
after having been out only an hour or
so, but postponement of the opening of
the decision waa had until today.
Nash, who was found not guilty In
state circuit court last week of a charge
of selling liquor without a license, was
accused of having sold beer and other
intoxicants at his carpenter shop in Uni
versity Park by Sergeant Smith and Pa
trolman Wellbrook of the police department.-
'- - - -
Smith, on the stand In United States
district court Friday, testified that he
had seen Nash receive a loaf of bread
in payment for a glass of beer. More
than 60 bottles of beer were confiscated.
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Chamorro's Arrival qt Blue- League Superintendent Re-
fields With 300 Tuts ports on Conditions in
Heart Into People. Eastern Oregon.
(Daite4 rreae Liml WIm.1 . , I Sentiment against the saloon and In
Bluefieia. Nicaragua, Dee. IS. Thai favor of the' anti-saloon campaign 1
arrival from .Oreytown of 00 revolu-j growing In Union, Umatilla end Wal.
tlonary troop under General Chaniorro, I low count according to J. R. Kno.
who baa abandoned temporarily hi alege I dell, superintendent of the Antl-8aloon
at that nolnt. has nut new 'confidence league, who . haa Just returned from
Into the. Inhabitants of Blueflelda and la trip In eastern Oregon. Bupcrln-
tha panic of Saturday ha, given plat'
to more settled condition..
Zelaya'a army atlll lie outside ' tn
rlty but yet the dictator ias made
no genera! aJvance. Oiamorro's pres
ence here may enable the defender to
withstand the alege until reenforcemnts
arrive-from --th vicinity of -Rama,
tendent Knodcll predict that , the vote
given for the constitutional amendment
it the next election will be far heavier
than that given for local option by
theae vountle at. their, latit ' voting
In .the , meantime the .Anti-Saloon '
league ia pushing ahead with It cam
where the etrengtl) of Estrada' army Plgn. It ha now orgairied the tte
I massed. . . 1 1" uch manner that its work Is be-
No marina have been landed from the " carnefl on aystemaucaiiy in every
United State cruiser that lie off . the
coast It was rumored her today that
the event of .Zelaya a capture of the
city the American 'would prevent the
pillaging promised - hi troop, by the
dictator. . -. -
RAYNER URGES HIS
MAY REMAIN IF
Sus)ecfed Forgers Picked
Up on Portland Streets
ROPE FR03I AWNINGS
The first Chinaman given a Jail sen
tence since last July was Wa Tonjr.
who was given 20 day this morning by
judge Bennett or municipal court. Tong
was accused of taking 600 feet of awn
ing rope. .
Patrolman R. S. Flack caurtit the
Chinaman cutting the rope from the
awnings along; Front street He was
cutting the rope in front of Allen St
Lewis, wholesale grocery at Front and
Davis. He had a large bundle of rope,
and wa to use it for his laundry.
Two men wanted In Walla Walla
county, Wash., for forgery were ar
rested In Portland this morning.' G.
A. Llnd, charged with forging two
checks in Wallula. was arrested at Sixth
and Ankeny by Deputy Sheriff J. R.
Cummins of that place, while -G. M.
Harris, ' accused of forgery In Walla
Walla, was picked up on Third street
by Deputy Sheriff Archie Leonard and
E. B. vVooda of Sheriff Stevens! force.
Woods was acquainted with Harris,
who formerly worked a a. brakeman
on the O. R, & N. He lives in Port
land, residing with his wife on Graham
avenue. Cummins was acqainted with
Lind. and the officers found him soon
after arriving: in Portland. Lind I ac
cused of forging two checks, one for
$25 and another for $20. Both men. will
be taken to Walla Walla for trial.
SELLS COFFEE THAT
TASTES LIKE WINE
31IDNIGHT RIDE MAY
' Dave Well, an automobile driver, ha
heen arrested for taking an auto and
using it for a drive to I-ake View tavern
on the Llnnton road. With Robert Mc
Ginn, be took a machine from the Kelly
trnrarn,. went to the tavern, and early
the next morning returned tne machine.
The charge is larceny. Mr-Glnn has not
len apprehended. Wells will b given
a hearing Tuesday in municipal court.
TUG HAS BARKENTINE
BENIC1A IN TOW
fVait4 rrM m4 win.)
-Victoria. -H. Ier. 11. A wireless
i"M to the Times report that the
tut Tree picked up the barken tine Be-!
nU la at !: fl'clnrk today, and Is tak- j
irtr the veel to Port Towneend. 1
A quantity of wreckage a reported
43 mil aoiithweat of Cape Flattery. It
(. Jud-d a mast and rigging, the former
jlntel red. - '
j Money Dividends
jl Health Dividends
! . Aro Best?
! VtJ fnigt kve hoth hy '
correrting rovr Jift
' i Try
Tre'i a teca"
COMES UP LATER
W. A. Schooling' trial -on the charge
of selling liquor at Arleta, in a prohi
bition precinct, has been continued from
December IS to January 24 because of
the absence from the city of his attor
ney, John A. Jeffrey. The latter is In
Hillsboro as an . attorney for the de
fense In the Roselair murder case.
TROOPS READY BUT
NOT LIKELY TO BE
(Sfieeial rteatek to Tba JaarsaLt
Vancouver, Waah.. !. 1$. Aa
officer of the First infantry dls
cussing tne report that th
tropps at Vancouver Barracks
might ordered to procaed to
Nicaragua on the transport Dlx,
now at fteattle, said:
"It is generally understood
that In any controveray Involv
ing th possible call for United
Ptat.es troops, that all headquar
ter near enough to the poaafble
soene of trouble should Immedi
ately prepare for aa emergency
movement. While tbls la part of
th roarlne order er the war de
partment, through It cVmmnd
era. It is not p rotable that any
trot from this city or from lb
Preeidl at Saa Franciaco will he
ant to Central America. Th
oeeat roatln followed tn ca
auch aa have mm to attention tn
' Ktcarsrua I that ttve aevy must
first exhaust all reeourceo of
pmfv-prMter ration, the fnartae
torH bearing tbe hrunt of th
Ho.fff, If awwHirr, th
no of this r-oat -aii break rmrrp
0T.4 ir- r a t"T te ootk at very
An Improvised bar In the Coney Isl
and restaurant, Sixteenth and Wash
ington street, was discovered yester
day morning. -Dennis Marcellls Is pro
prietor, and was seen to pour out two
glasses of wine in coffee cups for two
Patrolmen Gill and McCulloch were
in the place at the time. And placed th
man under arrest. He denied selling
the liquor, but all evidence showed the
accusation of the officers were cor
rect. Marcellls wa fined $2S.
Judge Bean Makes Import
ant Ruling as to Chi
Mayor Simon ha been Invited by the
Good Cltlsenshlp association to attend
a meeting of that body In th study of
Dr. A. A. Morrison, $7 Nineteenth
street, Wednesday evening, December
IS. The object of the meeting I to dis
cuss plan for the betterment of th
city and the enlightenment f voter.
Among- the member of the association
are included leading representative of
the bench and bar and the pulpit.
" OF PETER TAYLOR
Thomaa H. Jordan, (Jeorg W. Gordon
and Martin T. Pratt have appraised tha
estate of Peter Taylor, the veteran pat
tern maker who died recently, at $.
tOO. Th property Inrludeo lot 1 In
block 18 of Coach addition, valued at
$17,000. lot t and I In block lit of the
same addition,, valued at $lt.oa, and a
not bv Jem artna for 11 AO.
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I Will LAZl VjU OI IOU
Whew yon correct th acid eondittoo
of your blood on whk-h It oVpend. . It
only looocn ft hold for a while wh
ya apply lotion or Halmeott to yor
aching Joint or stiff anoactea. The
medlctno to take 1
tiVh has effected IN nwi Mi4fl
.'rii'l ad "i.wt nj-.
Federal Judge R. S. Bean, handed
down an important decision' In Immigra
tion law this morning when ho declared
that a Chinese woman, though illegally
brought into the United States, could
resist deportation by marrying a real-
dent of this country. ....
The decision came, in the matter of
the deportation of Leon Soe. She waa
but While prdceedlfig; looking' toward
her deportation, were- pundlnsr.'Tnarrled
rf Chinese metclwmt of Portland.
'I see no reatton for deporting' the
wnmnii Avfrrr tnmlcrh aha wa. lliHffAl V
brought Into the United States," said
Judge Bean. ." "Deportation would cause
the government expense, and serve no
good end, for the woman, being the wife
of a resident of tha . United:. States,
could immediately return to this coun
try a uch;" , V ' : : ' 1 "-
Sixteen vagrants, St drunken men,
and 15 men out after hours were the
arrest of the police Saturday night and
Sunday. - Seven of the drunken men
were charged with being drunk on Bun
day. .The fine for the latter ia $10,
while a week day -drank I $2, providing
there arc no other lrcumtanee.
Th 1 vagrant were ordered to
leave town. The men found out after
midnight were also ordered to leave tho
city. All cam up In municipal court
thia morning. : .
" " .-
Demurrer Is OverrulctL-i " i
Federal Judge R. S. Bean this morn
ing overruled the demurrer to th com
plaint In th case of 8. M. Mill against
Jamee R. Keep, th Clear. Lake Irriga
tion at Lumber company, B. C. Mathewa.
Jr and C W. Mallett. MlUa. In hla
complaint, declare that Keep and Oth
er, after he had aided tha former. In
yar past, when he was impoverished
and destitute, aoenred $000 from him
lllastmtcxl Lrrtore Tonight. '
At Centenary Methodlat church "to
night a free lector will be given by
Frederick W. Prlnc of San Francisco,
on California. - Two handred view and
movtn picture will h nhown.
cousr IS KIIID
10 ED. JOIIIISOII
JIan Accused of Liquor Law
Violation Has Case Post
poned Once More.
The Edward Johnson case waa again
continued in municipal court today. Thla
is the fifth continuance In which John
son la charged with selling liquor with
out a license. He is proprietor of the
Delmonlco cafe at 149 Seventh street.
Johnson haa given the police consid
erable trouble over . hla. liquor selling.
and four cases are now pending- against
htm.'The 'one granted a- eontlnuanco
today was -set to be heard by a- Jury
Tuesday afternoon. Judge Bennett
could not hear the matter on that after
noon, and put th case ; over ( until
Attorney C M. Idleman, representing
Johnson, also requested that the case
go over another day. Chief of Police
Cox severely criticised ffie city attor
ney's office for apparent leniency in
the case againat Job. nap n, and has in
sisted that the cases go to trial. The
two cases pending on appeal were from
municipal court, where Johnson was
given a rockplle sentence of 30 day
and fin of $100.
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fleamnt, heaiitif, rra-klLUtair
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ZELAY'A'S SON'S SUIT
IN COURT TOMORROW
(Oalte Press Leased Wlr.!
New York, Dee. 13. Anibal Zelaya,
youngest aon of th president of Nicer
am a. will oppose a ault for $100,000
damage for breach of promise brought
by Juliet Hero, an artist's model, in
the supreme court here, tomorrow. . Tne
girl promise to exhibit 100 torrid lov
letters, which 'she says ah received
frutu young Zelaya, and some of which
she claim, were copied boauy rrom
the works of Laura Jean Llbby and Ella
Wheeler Wilcox. ;
Anlbal.j Zelaya ia a atndent In th
law department of Columbia university.
DR. C. II. CHAPMAN
Dr. C H. Chapman lecture tomorrow
for th psychology department of the
Portland Woman' club, at 3 o'clock In
th Women of th Woodcraft hall.
Tenth and Taylor street. " Subject.
"Getting Acquainted With the World
Aroand Cs. Thla ia looked forward
to a th great event . of the year's
course. All ratereeted are invited to
. The art department will meet aa vaual
at 1 o'clock. Fublect. "Andrea, do
ftarto. Mr. Welatar will he -assisted
by several member of the department,
each talk being Illustrated py picture.
Attemer rr creditor holding claim
artlnat th British ebtp Poltalloch
againat which libel preceedlnae are
pending, mop eared In I'nlted States cir
cuit court today In wrwt to later
ven. Fderal Judge Wolverton resorted
yetltletts to star th proceeding for
(rnlted Pniaa teased Wire.)
i Washington. Dec. 18. Senator Rayner
of Maryland today , made a notable
speech In. support of . his resolution
autponsing j-resiaoni xart -to ibk ma
neeeeaary step'.' to apprehend. Pesldcnt
Zelaya, Of Nicaragua, and bring blm 'to
Justice for the "murder" of Cannon and
Oroce the 'Americans executed at hi
order. '-; '. ' -
' "A a;reat,trlme has . been committed
against the rights of American cltlsen
shlp," declared the senator. "It cannot
b allowei to slumber. The guilt doe
not rest uooit the : Nlearaguan peopre,
and therefor to punish them would not
subserve the purpose of my resolution.
The resolution la directed at the dicta
tor of Nicaragua Individually :and I
want , It entirely separated from any
teps we may tak In reference to Inter
ference In Nicaragua." -i .
He declared that Cannon and Groce
were merely prisoners or war. He said
he had watched the Nlearaguan situa
tion for years and was familiar with the
"fmpoBters. , usurpers and motley lead
ers" that had sprung from the chaotic
condition there. He added: .
"Zelaya la probably the most desplca
ble figure that has ever arisen in their
mlqst. In the school of corruption, dls
honesty, perfidy -" and crime, Zelay
stands without a peer. I have been in
formed reliably that the vices of hi
private life are most infamous In their
indescribable details than the Iniquities
of his jiublio career." .
fTJnlted Proes teased Wire. ;
New Orleans, Deo, 13. Declaring that
Mexico has concerned herself in a plan
for the confederation of the five Cen
tral . American .republics, , Preslden
President EBtrada of Nicaragua in
lengthy cablegram today urges his
sympathizers In the United States to
align themselves against the Dial gov
ernnient to prevent the consummation
or the project. . '
' The mission of Senor Creel,: former
ambassador to the United States from
Mexico, who is now In Washington, Is
In furtherance of this plan, according to
the charges brought by Estrada in his
cable. He also intimates, by stating
that the proponed action. of Mexico play
directly Into Zelaya's hands, that the
dictator is not altogether In the-dark
concerning the proposed Central Ameri
can political merger,
HARRY D0DS0N DIES
; IN CALIFORNIA HOME
Harry Dodson. a well known Portland
boy and son of W. C. Dodson, with the
Blumauer-Hoch company,' died in Her
mosa, CaL November 28, where he went
four years ago in search of health. His
mother and sister were with him at the
time of his death, but the father ar
rived two hours later.
During the residence of the young
man In California he as editor of the
Hermosa Review, and built up a wide
and valuable acquaintance among ' the
business men of Los Angeles kind vicin
ity, who attested their appreciation of
his merits by tne numoer ana oeauty
of th floral offerings they sent at the
time of his funeral
Harry Dodson was one of the- first
carriers of The journal and was con
nected with the circulation department
of the paper from the time of its es
tablishment until he was compelled- on
account f failing health, four years
ago, to seek a milder climate. When
taken sick he was a pupil at the Port
land academy ' and would have gradu
ated In a few months. He had a largo
number of frlenda in Portland, who will
learn with sincere regret of his un
timely deaths "
The funeral was -held from th family
residence" at Hermoss,nd the Inter
ment took place in Inglewood cemetery,
COPT AGE-GROVE MAN I i
KILLED AT SEATTLE
'Sped! THapstdi to Tee Journal.
Cottage Grove, OrM Dec. 13. Charle
Hull, age 33 year, an electrical en
gineer, waa killed this morning at Se
attle, where he was in the employ of
th Seattle Railway company. He was
s graduate of the Oregon Agricultural
college electrical 'engineering class of
108. Til parent live at Cottage
Grove, J. K. Hull la Ma father. --
county. County organisations are be
ing formed and the , work ' l being
nushed ahead In a harmonious system
under the general management of 'the
league headquarters .In Portland.
. Beginning with the first of the year'
the Anti-Saloon league managers will
launch several new details of their cam
paign and. from that time on there will
be no letup In the campaign for. ft dry
state. . Mr. Knodell Is confident that
the election of 1919 will writ ft prohibi
tion clause In the state constitution.
Steel pens were first made In 1$S0.
After Suffering' a Year with Raw,
Watery Humor on Hands and Face
' k a a a a k i saw
rrescriptions Uid Not uo a
Bit of Good-Scratched Till Blood
Cams and Had to Quit Work. ,
BY CUT1CURA REMEDIES
, "I suffered with eczema for one year
and had two of tha best doctors in
town, but their medi
cine did not help me.
first Q&all there Were
small white pimples
on my left hand and
I had to scratch tintil
the blood came. Then
thev would puff up
and water would run
out. Wherever thia
water would run there
would be more pim
ples until my wholo
left hand was a mass
of sores. 1 Then mv '
ether hand became affected and the
were like ft piece of raw meat. Then it
came on my face; nock and under my
right arm aa that I waa unable to raise
my arm for two weeks. It became ao
bad that I was obliged to give up work.
"About four months asro I started to
doctor and the doctor told me it waa
eczema. So he told ma to get
ointment and soap. I used them for
month and they didn't do me one bit
of good so I tried another doctor. He
gave me three different kinds of medi
cines, but I was very much put out
when these remedies did not help me.
I was unable to aleep at night and I
gave up all hope until I decided to try
the . Cutioura Kemedies. I used two
cakes of Cuticura Soap, two boxes rt
Cutioura Ointment and three bottles
of Cuticura Resolvent and I am glad
to say I am cured. Miss Nora Shults,
343 North Third St., Beading, Pa., Jan. 4
nd.r, 1909.". -:-r.-:-T
Promoted by shampoo
with Cuticura Soap and
Hmnfri light dressing of Cutt
virOW III cura Thii treatment al
lays itching and irritation, destroys hair
parasites, cleanses, purine and beauti
fies and tends to make the hair grow
upon clean, healthy scalp. ,
RnUeufS BemedlM sr (old throughout the world.
Estter Ini A Cham. Com.. Hole Props.. Barton.
iMi. : sv Mailed Irae, 83-ean futtoura Book. .
anf pti tnt in of trie akin.
exhausts the vitality more
quickly than any ordinary
food or medicine can re
; For over thirty-five years
has relieved bronchitis in all
stages; it is the tonic lung
remedy used the world over in
this disease; nothing equals
it in keeping up and restoring
flesh and strength.
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